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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 27, 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
Related Items: Daily Miami metropolis
Related Items: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Daily)
Succeeded by: Weekly Miami metropolis

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THOUSIIND ft PECULIAR R REALTYSITUATION CALIFORNIA C RELIEF COMMITTEE





]UllOiNGS WERE I IS i 3 HAS H 5 FINISHED UP ITS TASK 1




f 7 BURNED DISCUSSED 1! .: (

1 The tit.n ia rll.l nmutibe; us Mri ,inn"rn: lIan tit' Brown and J

:' snntrd! d' a mash n. fling to .., ) :; '
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uhHCriptloQj for t the Call ornla | J
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1 I : (. iris met on \\tlr". 1 la\ in I i I II :

MAKING 435 CITY BLOCKS : REFERS[ 10 COUNTY LOANS : I C'anvanlng the rttuini, if each : ,1 : | :

i. I! I I mine. dlabandv 1 ;
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I The total amount rullectel' *. : J
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'. |;U..43. and It will !be wired (to tbRed 1 i ir
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I C-ot Society at San .

[ .If SID Francisco, Conditions ire | R. R. Taylor Wants to Know Why'i I that cuitodlan afternoon of the byl fund a' or John The S<>w. : I

1'1.etaeproving(i and Lights Will Financiers Refuse to let out tee worked hard snot faithfully
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I met with liberal responses at
Money on Nothing But I'
Mbi Turned on TooifM A plaeTI.lh'd. ;
i : I I In addition to the amounta .. I \},

1(f: Bodies Removed City Property-Some. I the names of the various : !\

.'.()1 ti From Parks. Sound Advice. 'I r I previously and Kolb, collectej amounting by to Metiri 1100, ,I : {

published In the :MetropoUa Mr
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+ I ell reports the following collections ;
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rI E. O, Sewell H. E. Tuttle A.

Heyaer H. Dale :Miller. Ball I
Ban Fraaclaco, April 26- A map of t I Ia. I Editor Metropolis: W. .v,'. Erwin E. V Blackman. ,
burned district Just pnbUtbed 'I Dear Sir- I would like to call tat Gus A. ],Mailer IS each; Rltty ; ;
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hate thowt an area of 4SS city blocksdntroyed attention of the real estate men and 1110; Second Advent Church $%.11 ; H

by Ire It i* estimated 1: member of our various banks tad .,. M Hart. $l ; H. N. Urermore
that about sixty thousand buUdlng I - w. H. )McDonald SO cents each;
I.VUT burned other. to t..e peculiar situation thai I I Day, 25 cent; Caah. $!0. ; \
BOW exist la :Miami : i $230.36.
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$AN. FRANCISCO GETTING Let a stranger rome Into our city! '' The several other members of ; 1

IN UTTER SHAPE to loan money Be will be duly IBP MR. \MUEL O. FITTS 'I committee, exclusive of Meaara. 5
I I 'ell and Kolb reported at follow: :
formed that his only at'nrltf'wortl
Kan FrancUoo. April 2*- Twentythosuad I laldore Cohen-Anthony.Romfh, C'j
haring t* Miami cltr property
pertont are Ding cared for 1 under no circumstances must ha loss nail, B. Tatam. J. W. Watson lad R, 8.1 ,

at present at Prvaido In teat. AHavalUble oa couatry properlyThla I CANDIDATE) FOR Rhodes 110 each; Dr. P. T. "
teat art ta .. but tuppty I cad of the county It rapidly Carroll A, Clark. Cooler Horaer. '

<*, /ty tbouwad U expected toon.wbeV ; forging ahead, and will aooa be known K. Dora. J. H. Cheatham. :
everybody lending ibeltar win i., Son B. F. Laaneter ft, 'Son ; '
a* the rapefmlt tectloa. Now It
1Ie provided For the List tint I*Criminal folly to Way that oar grapefelt CLERK OF DADE COUNTY Loan Office Blscayne Drug Co. E. ; ; :

lact the earthquake street light will ; groves bare BO commercial raiBC j BraJy ft, Co.. Bardlne ft, ; \ .
B. Douglas Frank T. Budge I 1
bt buraed tonight IE.
I and art not to be desired at atcnriUe
Coroner Walik bad .a tt yesterday I or pledges for loan of atotvey ,, ler and Laaaeter W. :M. Bardlne. !1 '
the bodies betted I Cross Drag Store C. R. :
in removing
For yean and year the backbone Samuel O. Flits who it a caadl In a state of embarraiilng confusion '
i In Porttmoutk Square pee the ftrat of South Florida and Its moat date before the coming primary for It needed the careful, accurate and John Seybold. Miami Hardware 'I
day of the fir*. Tbiny: of be bodlee :" I John B. Rellly, Fred 8 :Mora, Glen ,
valuable properties were orange nomination to tile office of tae clerkof painstaking work of an expert to ortngt
Cemetery Ftlaaen. J. H. F MulVtt : ;
transferred to Laurel Hill ,
were groves, and I( la only a very abort court. It a native floridian and to anything like a proper condition
bodlet alao removed Tender Co., aad Bush ft, Safford! I :
The were '
while when grape rait growing win bla It one of tbe best known men In DaJe to serve the needs of an lacreaalng
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| rum Wathlngtoa Square. I' no Co.. IS each. Wells ft, Orirea, : 1
tremenJoaa aad very valuable adland county, having lived her for mansyon. public
ta tile developing of our cowa 1 Just such a man was found IB :Mr I lua Smith sad Hughes ft Co. tl ," ; '

IAN FRANCISCO ORDERS {1 I it. but M li Let a party, who owes H* received his butlact training Flttt and be was appointed chief dep-1: C. D. Leffler. II \\Tialer.J. D,
J. R Elliott, n 54
MADE EMERGENCY ,I a grape fruit INn come to Miami ra the strict offices of one of the great sty I'nder his watchful eye sndgreat man each;
Colby, B. B. R. F I
I Hlaton
1 I and try to make a Ion for the tn> railroad systems In Chicago and It experience the office aai been
nttaburr April II- Order navejeew. ] proving of the property lack at ear one o' the most competent office men modernized : Its methods revolution. Zapf Broa E A. Robinson I ( ,
Issued at this place by the Car- | Urging aame or building a dweDlng.on In tbe county.When lied, until now It it second to none in Grocery Co Miami Cycle Co. D. .
efl4 Steel Company flat materialfaelrnctural It and be It forthwith Informed the late E. C. Dearborn was the State for convenience anj accnr : Knight: R. J :Slathers J. F. \ ,

[ work In San Francisco "I am Terrr sorry If your property elected, nearly six years agio. U>. act It la conceded to be one of H. M King, O. Duncan: :M P. \ :
1 with that company be I I waa la the city I could let you hart clerk office was la almost a chaotic the beat In the State j and Dr. Rush $2 escb; Inc (' '

made emergency order and to give If Now It strikes me that this continual state having been for years under the When Mr Flits presents himself to J H.Yt'I. C Battroan. C. H. ,
flea pre'erence over an other conl.traeta. knocking It doing a great InJustice care of a gentleman of advanced yean the voter aollcltlip his suffrage, nt Charlie and Jlmmle A, B Doane, ; ,'

to the country and It dictated aad ,aa Invalid for several years. I MID well point to a public duty well Scbmerl, J. M Townely, T L

R :* by inter Ignorance or criminal mlarepresentation whose metboJi were not adapted te done..,.not 1 the duties of in intricate i iofflc ler: B J Holt Wing Lee J F '
MEW YORK RAISER tile need of a rapidly growing office, I 'f well dlacharged 'ton j i ft, Ron Will Pent. Cash R.
;t. NEARLY THREE MILLION It U aMght for at who lira la the whote patrons were Increasing in He baa proven hit competency and Hall T V Gautler \\ M Pop, (

:"1'JJUw'! city to be zealots and patriotic bat great number For the reason stated l needs only to point to the office he I, II each; F N. Grir. 2S centi

Tork, April II- Teeterday-t we thotilj recollect that we can not the clerk'a office wit at that time has created for prop* -Eve. Record )i $%3:. 2S
rtptiont to tile San Francisco lire oa ourselves, that the Btnromd- J D. Glrtman 8. M. Pollock: I ;:

I fudt brought tile total sub lug country la a big feeder to MlamTt I I

DM la this city to nearly three prosperity and welfara
10 PRETTY WEDDINGS SOLHD,
QUALIFICATIONS/ OF ELECTORSOF
i dollar. city Let would a little be thing depopulated.happea and Where ov, .


MI VETERANS the then grapefruit arc your values groTe! Not By ao helping'with NOT THE DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY
IN EARLY HOURS LAST MONDAY
grower. to obtain loan, w. kelp ourselves


iK If Mlaml caa build up a flat backcouatry
NOR THEIR DEAD) I .
rt.I
her future la assured eves -
U the railroad and steamboats go I II I In order to participate la the primary I and before January I, IMS. muat pay -1i
election one poll tax for the IfOS r
:amber _tk. every Democrat mustregister year
The marriages o: Misses Pearl Gardner sweeping tram Long white gloves
M. for one am tired of this knock I were a finishing touch to the effectIvebeewty on or before NEXT :MONDAY |' Any male person who came to the
Erne Welsh which society
and State of Florida before January 1,
tag No later taaa the other lay a of one of the most dazzling April 30th
bat the vive of antidpatiom for j 104. must par one poll for each of
N irrrriNQ MEMORIAL DAY friend who owns a nice besting on qul
dreams o' a wedding gown Orange :
j Poll tales for the 104 and the
years years m4, sad 105I f-
grapefruit grove whiled to borrow tome weeks, especially for Miss Gardnera blossoms were the crowning glory to
VEKERCISES THIS AFTERNOON 1 "5-one dollar for each year-must I Any male person who came 'o the
about fourth of Its value to auk '
a be
the
whose marriage was to ttaahioaable veil one spray being entwined In I .
r Improvements on same, and about be paid to the county tax collector' : oa 3 ate' of Florida after January l, IM4.
AND _lth 1111 meshes In the bark The bouquet
ATTN FAIR BUILDING church .ffrtr. a reception t tone
I' soil t before January 1, 1M! 5. must
thin time a stranger hid arrived who 1 which she carried wn of large bride or before Un'RD.H"lAY: STH pay
THE CEMETERY was reported to be wealthy; I Informed : ifterwarla, were aolfmnlied roses, from a popular florist it Jack :; unlt-ss so pall. you cannot vote la the poll tax for the tear 1OS
I Any male who became
SS
person 4Scare
aim what my Mend w..tede Monday nlgkt I
wkh
tonvllle tied loose knots of narrow -
May primary '
a readily eouented to go oat la a carriage Mitt Effle Welsh tad :Mr Charles a and wide white rlb..na.: |I The: following Inf,iroiatlun rell IT* o .11"from IM-f.rf'' January 1. 1J04la .
exempt poll Uiatlon r'Any
and Inspect the property a adapparently oclockat 1 Mr Charles Wheeler. matron of
Wheeler were cutlet, it ill : to paying poll tales U publlabed for male who became
person Si
appeared perfectly pleated the beautiful bom of Mr. and Mrv I honor, appeared In pink and whit1 tbe I|I tbe benefit of those not thoroughly fa-
of after
'the Confederate Memorial exerdeet but being a newcomer, ke goe down I theereat df sheer organdie with a 'I year ate January I. 1VM
number of 12th street, only mlllar with the requirements of tbeUw and before January 1. 1905 t
ted ta by a large and asks one of our leading flnaadera C. W. Gardner on white background and iprar-effect n' mutt pay
daughter of veterans city advice about loaalag this moe the Immediate families of the couple pink. roses, worn over filmy pale pink i l I In the premisesAny : one poll tax for the year 1X>4 de
who :21
male
became
dais, secret order, labor salons, ey The Insider looking at wise person Any male penny who baa lost a
Ilk. Light pink glove
Father White were worn I
being preae.nl. pet of be'ore iJ&uary 1, 1904
and other, are being held yean age limb la battle Is exempt from all poll
gaplda at aa owl. Informed him that It would 'with the abort aleevea Her bouquet I
Ml Gardner i for each of the
** muat one
formed the ceremony pay year taxation
i ftamoon. The exercises began ever do that the only thing to do was entirely of pink tweet peas. the f
the Fair Building at S o'clock, and was to loss oa Miami city property and Mr. Moore were the atle.dnta.wt seasons flower wi"i eswer of 1X>( aaj 1905. I: Any male person who became 21
where little Eleanor Rellly. the Any male person who became 21 years of age after January ,
I conduced at the cemetery. Wkea yuu take Into consideration pretty pink and white ribbons, and tied with I. IMS 'It
of Mr. and Mr*. John B. years of age before January 1, lt04. exempt from taxation
I graves of deceased comrade were that a art-acre grapefruit grove win daughter : wider length A dainty. crown of :
ted with flowers aad flag earn from I1.SOO to 11.000 a year Rellly. at ring bearer. The borne baa the same Tower she bad placed upon I

lbsprogram at the Fair bufldlag grass, tkca It strikes m* that a man previously been decorated from the her hair, worn with low colffar many electric lights were grouped the bride with a tamable necklace aDd
with prayer br R T. Dr. T lie vast be an ail who iayt this It not wide veranda to tile chamber up- The flower girls, little Miss Helen I bout, shedding over the scene a brilliant pendant

rtoOawed by the pinging of the Joa good propurty' to Iou money OL stain moat lavishly and under tbete Jackson and Mitt Eleanor Rellly, were of blended color I|I In the dining room tile table wa. ;

The Memorial address was de- Where have :you aaythlag safer ta fragrant bower the two were made moat prettily and daintily dreJ.oa.I I The ushers were :Mr John Gardner, I I decorated aa well a* the wand and
I by Her Mr Cbltbolm. the ors Miami T Snppoat for aa Instant aa one The presents were token of the I with pale green' a fluted white over' Mr James Oilman Mr. Allan Hill and 'chandelier, the wedding cake placed

day, the address being pre epidemic! should break out when affection, and friendship of their green; silk; and the other the same ef )II'. Charles B, Wheeler Mr. J. OSaxelby la the center aid sand aaj sweet
by a duet by Mra. Otfld Smith would your value be. friend here. and at various parU of I feat In pale plat. Their basket was organist for the occasion I'I served from a tide. table eaconced ta

bUu Bettlt raQer. I do hope >>T. Editor that air the United State An upttalrt room overflowed with sweat pea and roses and :hiss WUlle Habn leader of the I\ a canopy of flower The lees were
"Jzls wag followed by a piano solo bashers and real estate mea will come bad been set aside for their gift and which they scattered rn tile bride choir The guests were of the most I:'pinks' white aid blues and the cake

M>ta Kdwlnna Rows attar which to their antes oa this point and quit the array was rick and beautiful path at she left the cburcbMr ultra-fashionable of Miami society I''ptikt and whites. carrying nv.

of Honor were retata4 the tklt obstruction tad lend their aid I George B Oomph, best man took An equally fashionable reception was color schemes of skits aid plak. Moat
of Tine Anderson Camp by and counsel to kelp develop our trap MOORE GARDNER NUPTIALSAt tile ring from tile bearer Muter Cross held 1 at the Girdatr horn after the lot I the rote tad paint were furnished

i ootkera Croat Chapter U. D.C. fruit grom, which la the sear future bait past eaves the Trinity Episcopal I lei Sewell who Hbcngh only (emI weJdiax The I'ft't'ptloa1aall was by tilt Royal Palm florist On the

this K. C. May, coamaad- will da more towards developing Church was filed to overflowing yon of age: performed hit part pe' .ly lighted, tad the stairs banked 41m-1 I veranda the same amouat of care la
of the local camp, presented the Miami thai an file deep water bar with Invited guests, and preceded by fectly' aDd afer the sacred teal anj fern Almost every Inch of artistic decorating was carried out

I to the cemetery plot, donated by burs and tourists combtaeJ a large, well trained choir which aaagat I vow was made'. the notes of : was covered with fern aDd palms I Both brides tad bridegroom were
f. U the keeping of the laughThe Retpectfuny.R. they went "Tbe Voice that Breathed _'I march annmiced the : Potted: palms tad f..alherl fern la present and through the receptionhour ?

R. TAYLOR O'er Eden; That Earliest Wedding which forever html their IIIn4f'n.1' jardinieres stood about the rooms the friends rained down upon

i procession wan then formed and Day" etc, the bridal procession ol I The choir added' grei'lr Hundreds of lights were twang from them all tie happy wl,>s and congratulations .
bed to the cemetery where the HAVANA IS MYSTIFIED MIss Pearl Cecelia<< Gardner and :Mr splendor of the occasion by singing. ceiling to ceiling and partly obscuredby ll IB keeping slob the event
were continued and the AT MOIILC't ACTIONS William Ballard :Moore slowly ap Lnhenajrn' 'a Faithful set 1 True: flower Mrs :Moore and Mr Wheeler ha\e

wee decorated poached the altar where Rev N. B. while the party were "'Hln; Thechnrch A small room was reserved for tbe long been Intlma friends fast a''<
Havana, April 26- The health aatborttle Fuller, and the bridegroom and best with Its 11.1n. atl i .. carpetedand Jlsplajlog of the prrsvn's On t.bln'' 'he, stood t aether In ill 'h.. p:..a..ntconfmlon

Rhrartiot LoteDirs. hue are completely myitlfled man stood waiting raided floor, and a'tao' touch ]I Ira and even standing un the floor, were I: IIr..n hem .IrlnMn*; to each
k Mary Aadms, of Connecticut, for the close quarantine ettabUiaed The bride. leaning upon her fa Jier'9 '.. trimmings! end) fuml 'ir was numerous presents, conMstlnj of :large ', .otber's h td twc it 'be most valuable by :Mobile acalait 'hlfta\, and people arm. presented a pretty picture Her massed from celllnx. to floor .. l"h pa'.m \pieces of fh!na. .w cl.H. aD.1 I silver I star I f tine !b. < n?' -, per4.f h.trr

ta Blvershum Meters J. H from Havana They declare' then gown was modest in ouUIn, but madeof leaven end the spar end frrM' d. corated sere no rarl'y, ant every ar'icle fi' : Tb. tw" r3.. ...r. .' n .'n in 'U
ft Co. A nun her of other per li' not a ca.-ar l,I "I'onl."I i ., rfl'u' ,-'ve last
Tare .Sp<<' ,d to purchase choice anything resembling it, and that the beer Hk. The l lace was th" la'est lon of maMen hair fern A whIte and ("b.na c'."-' "\ u '!her 3era: : '11""I'J. 1 . .
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Sa UJa popular suburb during tbe general health .f be city and Island pattern for one piece' costume. njaVclooe bell of Rowers' was suspended over tilt chairs ,.p. in rt 'J> a-*. }I; I .; 'n> -1. I I", .. re-I-le,
t few day*. | la good. fitting with a full skirt, IUd 'be rail when 'ho a. pl:. s'rd and aa'! Mrs H<>nr: M Tat "r "-. -' ,. \1" t ::' ". ..



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TWO THE MIAMI METROPOLIS FRIDAY APRIL 27 tot \

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The Weekly. Miami Metropolis ADHERING TO OUR POLICY


.' I At the beginning of the t
B. B. T tom. President S Bobo Dean. Sec .Trtu I olis announce t*>th editorially anl locall* that It would support and ajvoca .

THE MIAMI PRINTING COMPANY :e the candldact of DO man e* men for political office la the county ,

: bu: wou:J treat one and all with the same conIIJ..raUoD-hooutl and hon

Ita nths . . . II 00 One )ear . . . . .II00 orabl. sad that after' the primary It would support and advocate the elec ISM INTELLIGENTLY 1 1The

1 I lou of those so nominated against the common enemy 0I5CUSSE1
Those paying In advance will celu a years subscription far (110 '
I It sia!e4 also that all politics, announcements for .
aaj six months subscrtp'ton far 75 cents Tbs: Is a liberal dlscourt to Induce office or com munications
strictly advance paymeota.Ittsred I a:atrmvnis etc hereby any candl Ute expected personal gain. In L '
I any o-m what&ocrer. and appearirg In I Its columns would be classed as adverililng Tallahassee
correspondent of
I I.
Clarke. who Is also
caad4ats
a
I mater and must be paid for \\e hate adhered In Instance he Savannah .
at the Postofflce at Miami Florida U second-class matter to both of these every : News thus handles la an her a place: In the Supreme Cotta; asrklng '
policies. and will continue
to do so until the campaign Impartial
I way some political 1fur
matters
w quietly through trlend sat
has been brought to a close In the pas several days number of In Florida *.
FRIDAY APRIL 27. 1906 signed political articles appeared the front far his candidacy does not saana
on and other pages of the Metropolis I The Florida political situation hascleared have
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assumed
n I and acre handled In the form of local news' but In realty wereedserdsemento .. a threatening ape"
up considerably
within the
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l t arance to the other candidate Ur.i .
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paid for at the rate o'trncents a line Not one was given past two weeks So far as
NO" LIBERTY WITHOUT LAW publication free of cost to the contributor I for State offices Is campaigning Clarke i Is sn able lawyer and a Coartsus
concerned there
I The Metropolis Is slw'\i (lad to receive and publish free communica. has not been much Interest gentleman and has many frIeBaIlIroubout .
aroused
There U to surer !p o'eC'lon! for aoclru for the lomest anJ the highest lions In the shape of Evtrglale drainage dlscusulon kicks. complaints In throuibout the State The various the State but the dispoaV ''r
thai the enforcement of the la. few formation, of I I Ion seems to be to continue the gated!
Very new las arc needed ajvwhere f"tc. a public nature. but those endeavoring to accomplish apolitical candidates are busily engaged '

There are laws enough in the statute! book The need li not more laws boos through Its columns must pat for the privilege of publics ,I out thousands of circulars to the sending. rat Incumbents In their poaltlaajlL a
voters
; bat tb* enforcement of lass that already exist The activity of legit lion I asking for votes. bat there Is lack I They have only held he positions a, 1fI .

latlve bodies in creating law and the laxity of court In en'orclnt them These rules are Imperative They have not and will\ not be broken for I lag the charges and counter I I part of a term each and u they Bra
charges, I
err. to cheapen law and to diminish respect for It No law should be a any man or person now Interested In Dade county politics With this un criminations and recriminations of I giving satisfaction, there I. DO damned. .

dead leer It should be either enforced or repealed. Maudlin senti i I j derstandlnj. It is hardly necessary to tar that such communcations stste- candidate against another that one I for a change "
was so
ment should not be permitted to interfere with the law a enforcement. I meets. etc must not be held up as sanctioned and approved as utterances noticeable In the last prtamry There are contests for the

Referring to a increment to prevent the execution of a sentence In a by this paper They are ads; nothing more "One reason for this Is that this 1s i I.ar. In several counties that are,"

peculiarly aggravated case the New To/k Sun says: | the off Coming of State Interest la Laah '
year and there Is not the Interest I

"This and all almllar exhibition of hysterical sentiment whether they I THE POLL TAX SITUATION In the offices to be Billed that race Is between W A. Raw

are a lynching gang defying a Supreme Court order loch a clamor for there Is when there Is I aad John W. Henderson. TVs cai.

reckless persecution at that which aroused District Attorney Jerome to bitter But seven more days In which you can register. and ten In which to or United States Senatorial n Governorschair test has been on for several T**!!].

speech lately, or such loons talk about the. courts as Senator Knox pay poll taxes In order to vote In the Democratic primary May IS, and the at stake It Is evident that the toea and Is now warming,. The taw

1 protect againat in the Senate last week, are at least aa much of a dancer general election thereafter remain big moguls of Florida candidates and their friends art |os '

to the survival of liberty a* the graft and corruption In btialneas and The matter of paying poll taxes should be given the closest attention taking but little Interest politics sre lag no time la their endeavor. t* a*>::1
In the
polities about which ao much baa ,been unceasingly old In lie last rear b, those already qualified by registration to citizenship, and to chow contest except In present cure votes. The supporters of totk

and a halt The.. reign o' law I* baaed oareason. but emDUonalUlnf Miami non-property owners, and those who have not paid their real and pertonal way They are apparently a very ling quiet donnasal men claim the victory isadvces..,

leads to mob role. taxes, s few words of Instruction are applicable. that lacy understand this year, gathering ..tAlIUIlfor "I. Duval county the fight bstwsaa
+ 'Without law anarchy would reign\ When It U understood that the law the IItuaUou. the the Sirslghtouts'' and 'Anils' l> a*
great of
will be enforced that the strong and the weak must obey It or suffer All those persons who voted In the Miami city election last year paid successors contest Itas, when la this campaign H. H. 1 Btlehlas,
are to be chosen to OovBroward .
paalshmeat there will be fewer offenders and a stronger feeling o: protection poll taxes for the year lto2 and 144 and had to hold receipts for such payments and Senator who represented his county III.4 fas

Y and security in the matter ot life and property and legal rights, before they were qualified as electors Poll taxes for the year Campn'' $ Mallory lower house of the last Legisiadu, .

i.s and snore respect for the law and for courts As It la. there la too much 10 were not due until January 1XH. In order for those qualifying and surprises of Mrprlsee"The the Is a candidate for the State .......

loses criticism of courts, too often by lawyers who are themselves court voting In the city election then to vote In the next approaching primary have been the campaign He will be sapporeU by the 'JUtta.
I announcement of Hon.
officials and who should understand that their criticisms encourage disrespect and general county election, they must pay one years poll tax. This Is applicable N. A. Bllteh as a candidate for railroad while Judge W. H. Baker, srnllaa.1o'
: s for courts and for law also to those who the Jacksonville .
property owners have not paid their real and personal commissioner and the withdrawal City Coaaefl. w.

taxes for the year tt06 and In which the poll tax Is Included from a race for that position of be supported by the StralgttesMsr'

r OUR CONTENTION UNCHANGED Many do not clearly understand the system of poll taxation and for this Hon Jefferson B. Browne, one of the for the same posltloa. Both aC floss ,'

reason tile above Information In proffered The question In n nutshell Is that present commissioners. These candidates are mea of 4Ia

{ The Miami Metropolis advocates the establishment of a State Board poll taxes for the two years previous to that In which an election Is held occurrences clear the two ability and the race wm be a
up situation 1 In
'v' of Trade W'e see no objection to the proposition It might result In good must have ,been paid before one becoines a qualified elector. Those holding the race for railroad commissioners.There fought one. r

v,' bat the State already has a Board ',f Trade, which meets not once a year, certificates 'or the ,ear IX}. mast pay for two rears, 104 and 1 05. and are our candidates, Messrs I A CMee. Contest I.

bat once a month, which can be called together at a day's notice and which those holding receipts for 103 and 104 must pay one years tas-ltoS. Burr Bllteh Bailey slid "'. Dade county there Is a dolt'

11 called together when an)thing for the good ot any part of Florida needs This Is as clear as we can make It, and believing that every cltlxen for two positions on the contest between J. W WatsoaJ

Its attention. desires to exercise his constitutional right by voting thee are urged to Mr Appl.'a..1
Appleyard has used the A. Worley''''' Representative.Wa .
This body Is known as the Jacksonville Board of Trade, but It has members look Into their qualifications as voters at once. because the time Is shortwhen era of the State quite generally getting .aoa has Jnst moved his legal ls
i living In ali puts of the State and Its members who reside in Jackaoavtlle the books will t>'! closed and It can not be done his Ideuce
eaadldacy before to DaJe
the people, couaty la tile YA
have Interests in every part ot the State This board works 1m his .
Legislature he
s announcement having appeared In represeated fjsfsjnla .
partially for every section of Florida THE DIVORCE DECISION I
nearly every paper In the State county He has been promiasat asT
't Wa mention this not In opposition to the establishment o' a State "Mr. Bailey has prepared h long a legislator for eight or tea years. Mr. a
Board of Trade. bat because think the The decision : the Court ot the! States
we unselfish work of the Jacksonville o Supreme United which was platform
which he: Is sending oat Worley ls a Miami lawyer He If see
f Board of Trade should be recognized It is not often that for represaa' handed down a few days ago Is of general interest, not only because of the generally throughout the State. It i of the most fluent tad pleasing *
paaaera >
tires of the business men of n pity extend their efforts with Impartiality effect that It has upon divorces which have already ,been granted, but because Is
stated In the
by some that Mr BaU.1pl.tform i state. When tbs
U the entire State they lire In. but th:s Is true o' the Jack D\1IIt! Hoard of the effect It will have In the future The court decided that a Is too long and that the stump he carries the ciowd with aa ,Bias .

i t of Trade tad many parts of Florida have enjoyed benefits due to the work valid divorce can not be obtained unless the defendant to the case U a voters win "
not read It for that '
,3 of this body of business men In a sense their work has been uselda 4. person within the Jurisdiction of the court granting the divorce, or unless reason.Mr i. Lake county the race for faa

'i.; lor It has been done In the Interest of other towns than the one which they the offense for which the divorce Is granted was committed within the Jurisdiction his Bailey U confident however, that State Senate between Alfred St OaJrAbrama.
platform Is
a vote getter of Travares, tad 1, N,'ifttV
t' especially of the court-
represent In another sense It has not 'been unselfish for the '
)It. Burr, who Is now n member of .....
ers,
.burc. will
1 reason already stated-all sections of the State are represented In the mew That ls to say It a man should abandon Us wife and live with another of the be a notable aasv
Is
commission. sending oat clr Mr
i- berahlp of this board and the Investments o' Its members woman In another State, that the wife could not obtain a divorce from hinton eulars. Abrams Is a shrewd poUtldaa

a U ta.- (,fate oBard of TnJe should be organized the Jacksonville Board the charge of adultery from any court In the State In which she resides. orders made giving a resume of Important and quite sn orator, while Mr Wit*'

', of Trade would gladly ssstst It In Its work for It ls working not for glory She might obtain a divorce on the grounds of abandonment bat If she he has been by the commission since ers has been prominent la the poUtkat
a member. H. wt1I.
hat for the good of Florida Times-Union did not have a case there she could not obtain one on statutory grounds leave affairs of his county for many rears.

'We can hardly endorse! the statement that the Jacksonville Board of from n court In her own State O: course this Is sn exaggerated ease early next week for a anon cansthrough u The two men are wen matched Ia

S Trade ls a State Board of Trade, eves though It has members In various and hardly likely to occur. but It goes to show the effect of the decision. visit several West Florida. Later he wit I I ability, and the contest wm be a eloaa

d v parts' of Florida The Metropolis advocates aa organization to be known The purpose of the decision Is to prevent n man or woman from taking np South Florida."Mr points In Middle and one

y' as Stale Board of Trade or some other name suitable to the same and nominal residence Ina State and obtaining a divorce In that State without Stitch has "The race between Frank Sams sal
established his
showing that Its one tad only object Is to work for the entire State with serving notice upon the person from whom the divorce Is obtained A large headqiaarters C. O Codrtagtoa for State Saaasnrla

a ao particular city or section ss a favorite number of such divorces have "been granted In South Dakota In the past lit Moatbrook. tad U Volasla county will be watched

WV admit the Jacksonville Board of Trade to be s strong tad In 1. several rears. sending oat his platform from that. throughout the State with a great deal
place. Mr Butch 1s familiar
Lt .entlal body tad that It has done much for the State at large, but the fact The decision not only nullifies all of these divorces, bat nullifies the subsequent a fig laterest Mr. Same has repreeeatasl
are In Florida
that It Is known as a Jacksonville organization bears that name sad t Is marriages ot these parties and makes Illegitimate the children ot member of the politics. He was his county In the State Senate for several .
Legislatures of the
f composed very largely of resident men of that city, prevents It from doing such marriages 111'" case, however where a process was served on the State terms and sots to succeed hja>

good outside of Jscksonvllle that a Stafe Board of Trade could and would defendant In such a divorce case. tbe divorce Is held to be valid Lad This continuously from 11SI to 100$. self while Mr Codriagtoa. who alls .

f do. unless a dltorce. which Is held to be Invalid under this ruling of Supreme shows his standing among the covets the posltloa. Is tie brainy aoV

On that account we continue to contend that the formation of a State Court, Is attacked by the defendant the divorce still stands aa valid, aa no people who Ne know Desire him te beet | tor of one of the best aewspapsaa* lathe \

Board of Trade known and conducted as such would be of untold value In one else would have the right to attack It. So that It will take the eon "Justices Change | State

pushing Florida its resources and enterprises to the front seat of the defendant to the dlvo-ce to nullify the divorce, to nullify the Whltfield and ParkhlU I Mia Putnam county the race lor faa
seem to be having plain sailing U State Senate Is between E .. Vie
subsequent marriage and to make Illegitimate the children of such a mar
VILLIFYINQ OPPOSING CANDI DATES rI.... their race for re-nomination Many present senator. and J. P WaA. w/ks
r It will be newspapers are throwing bouquets at I I ss a representative in the hvwat
seen, therefore, that while the decision could have a very
them tad the bar associations of I!
house for
sew
The Slate press Is doing a good work so tar as It calls for clean poll- 'ar-reaching effect that It Is not very likely thai It will have but It will era! counties have adopted resolutionsladonfag Ulature Ie.erat.lOG.. of the Las>i
tics IsIs In the future prevent he loosening of the bonds : earned the title of
this campaign TIle old advice to an attorney. "When yon have taN o marriage by such easy their candidacies. From of '
dog the
methods as have been practiced In the treasury, on account
abase past
should be
opponent remembered
your by voters They should the
present outlook Messrs. Whltg... his
believe It Is to be hoped that the decision will have the effect of continued opposition 14
that
the candidate who spends his efforts or say part o' them, onvUlifytng bringing and Parkhlll will probably carry eat j which
appropriated
for
rh uniform divorce laws In all the States money .
opposing candidates has no confidence In his
: own ability to win ly every county In the State. Mr T. i i eassry purposes."
-f taeir votes ny presenting, nis opinions or allowing nis own cnaracier to
\ ; be studied If he Indulges In any other personalities beyond a considers I IN THE LIFE OF A NATIONIt
es. Uon of his official A merchant sac dreads a spell of "bad .('atllel'." and advertises] !.
opponent tatar If the Utter has had any be doubtless
secretly feels his own aafitnesa for the office sad the chances are last he was in the month of April forty-one years ago that the great Civil the light of such dread, many expect his mood__to__Influence his patrons ,. .f '

U nit Eschew personalities No man ever lost by being fair to an adveraary War wan brought to a close and sixteen: yenrs ago today since those who "'."< "
There are to be other campaigns after this, and If defeated this wore the grey and survived the straggle. held their first reunion-reformed It on the day that one of your customers" gets reMy to boy B sjsjr.I

time, the candidate will find It pleasant to reflect that he has left a good their broken ranks. and the survivors of the lost cause are still sufficient sideboard, you do not advertise sideboards, tad your competitor done" cia ..
1 I In number to make respectable army.The chances are ten to one that "your customer" will buy at the other ......'
Impression on voters minds which may give him strength In some future ; n Reaper. however la felling them
..*Timee-fnlon fast aid a ''ew years from now they will live-bat i In cherished memory only "v*

We are very glad to state that the Metropolis, at MM very begin There are now probably not one hundred thousand of these grimy veterans The merchant who has to offer a better bargain la a dress-tabrla.. this"

;45. ; slag of the present campaign made an appeal for clean politics by the living There are but a few hundred In Florida "was..w.ever" ls before worth offered" to the women of this city should realise that taw .1.
a big "spread-bead.
3 )' eilnalmatkM of personalities and while we believe that many of the candlaatos The old veterans are passing away, weakening and dying but still patriOtic \.

\ for the various offices are .0Uowlll, this plan either upon the advice and devoted to the cause that failed them. ...
aad appeal givesor their own convictions we regret there are some who Today there are assembled In aannal national reunion at New Orleans According to the Fort Myers Press but two tarpon ware takes Jut ;;.:

are not- However, these are few and the vote they,receive on primary day Johnny Ribs from all parts of the talon, and even though the ranks have week about that place. About thirty-five were killed la Biscayne Bay sael'.

f. will show with what consideration they are held by ae electors o* the been thinned and depleted since the last bivouac, there are many thousands adjacent waters In the same period And still Fort Myers has the sun a
to set the
countyThere. of these faithful old warriors la tendance Cities, however, are losing west coast np against the east coast ss a rival In tarpon Isbbg;
The Idea! .
U BO reason why polities should not be conducted along the same Interest In the meetings of these men; they do not bid for them as they '\ .
..
lines as business. The merchant or business man who would dare to get once did tad It Is more difficult to raise funds to pay u....... The new I '1

eat sad Indulge In personalities against a, competitor, could and would ao generation ass not that lively Interest In the veterans that was once displayed Ue Aa writer exchange or originator says this of ls that an paragraph off year In will polities.visit May be It Is. bat tf.,

j I dare believe It would pay him He would know that every time he uttered The veterans themselves, many of them, and atteadaace at a candidate lurking In every village, town and hamlet, he Dade wfll county, and cas/Ss A4 !..

, I n falsity, or even a truth that had better remain unsaid, he would be mob these realms more of a tax oa them physically tad laaaclally than they his mind vie" always have speedily )
abanJanee
tag enemies for himself and friends for the one so vtlllfled. care to undergo. There is something pathetic In this bat "U_, the tomb- woods-candidates an of everything In this sck>'wV'

1-! If this policy U applicable to business It Is applicable to politics. The builder." Is Inexorable and works sad changes. and polltlclsns not ueet ta4. ::1'\-

P people are Indulgent with the polltkans and want them to state their plat. Referring to Lee'a surrender fort,_. years ago the Philadelphia Record ft seems to ns n good scheme to drain the Everglades "an j

form and fcaaHfleatioas, but they do !not care to hear an opponent dissected says: "The splendid qualities of 0... Lee both as a man and as a soldier have all the candidates who throw "nrsd" would to
meet down
lit and distasted. Let him speak for himself, and leave them as the Judges areas ebeerf1lled la the North as la the Sooth, aad the each other to n "mod battle Rid U of there an4 fhsHtlfSj "s'

They win make no mistake In their selection, hot If n campaign, of personalities achievements o' his troops, under most disheartening conditions, are admitted Oeala Banner Doa't.H4 ita mad and It would drala ttaetf st?
.
; ls the by the victors or at least by the generation following them to be em from elsewhere. Jut let the "O..." nay. ti
pursued man or men so assailed will gain friends, while the assailant among ae wants that kind of help" sal Dade county can lead him ... .
loons. the glories of American dunes soldiery Bat Is was las Jestlsy of the enough mmt

Many men have bee. elected to office simply because they were persecuted United States of America to be sn "Indissoluble salon of ladaetractlbte short stingers"order.to empty the darned "Glades and step all farther eoatrorany ha '

, by an opponent who. by that very act proved himself more ..- States," sad the ultimate good of all sections required that the dtalntegnt \ .

worthy of public suffrage and recognltlonthat he, who.while weaker.prov. lag forces should be ....t/"O)' '''." The following from the Times-Union Is reproduced coma..i .;

ed himself. the more deserving by his honest and honorable methods of campaigning The Record reminds the croakers that "In two great crises-the "We regret to note that they are betting the without
on election
i, and sales those guilty of the unjust and unmanly attacks now be greatest that could ever befall a nation-the American people have demonstrated That city will become as demoralised as New York down l te jdtamLw,

tag made on opponents, speedily desist the lesson will come home to them their capacity to govern' themselves. to maintain their political exIsteace ago. If this thing continues What does bet or PhllaJelphla at OafV\
dearly learned May II and to hand down to posterity what the fathers handed down a prove. anyhow, bat taJp j

The Metropolis ls nn enthusiastic advocate of clean politics, and hopes to them" One of these great crises. the greatest test wan the Civil War. the can mu never who be a lays model the city wager I. It Is does excited not or disapprove la cocksure of this? The Vt1q TTTT: tl

and believes the day will come act only In Florida bat throughout the The other the Record thus m..tto.I.: 1171 a Presidential election waa lag to 'boost' a candidates chances by showing how much potties ef tr1'

; country, when every candidate will conduct his campaign on the same plane disputed and there was no mesas under the Constitution of determining willing to risk upon them Big bets have often mosey 411II-
proved
that he weald s buslsftss transaction-fairly. Justly and honorably to all the Issue But the American people did not resort to arms; after the controversy cool, O. )llaml...1" a boomoraag.. jasm .

oos.awd. That Is the kind of politics that will put the beet men Into 'roM. and when political pass one were at a white heat they crested .

..... n tribunal to settle the dispute nat tribunal consisted of human be In q9
defending a suit for the of
lags. with all their frailties. sad the decision was In accordance with the killed In amount the policy of aa ut.mabDfgg ,..
his
speeding ear accident
It political\ sympathies of the Judges But It wan the best that could be done an Insurance company: has set tq tyi
might be quite dignified for a to pies that all confirmed automoblllsts
newspaper simply state that a are lnsaa. or atl .toast +
and the decision lii'isiniasfass
great disaster' had taken place--but the people would ant details. So was the greatest achievement was accepted without a blow by :Be defeated party It According to this contention. the speed mania Is akin to the dope haattl>

It mlgt be quit dtmlfied/ for a store to simply announce a great "annual 1 any relf-governlag people In peace A Will the atrtoU's object to the classlflcstloa. or will thev *
I sale- bat the people would still want all of the details The successful people capable ot fighting the Chllar and recovering from It and of ground that aa Insane person can not be punished for accept It.. tta

.\ advertiser leetes no details untold extemporizing the means of settling a disputed national election have I I dlnsry offender la the latter case they would have sa offense aa as) os>*
given the greatest of to be eoafiaad '
possible evidence their political capacity *t V
Is
reason restored The pies offered by the accident '
"r V.'lIIam Allen White laY.. "ADT reasonably honest man with t..oCUOCI The result of the greatest Internecine war established the stability of I I novel and It will bard) b. sustained More company soatewhat ;"*

legs and who can rile hls name without writling! his toe.. coup I this Government, and the affair I of ls", < Illustrated that s ability But the i!I way houses than bv red devils and flying dragon persons arc killed by ynstf. JHltUDe
I nlon Is
new different from the ol 1
There
make a Road Cangt'ssman It II a messengers ho, '. Job" TIIat'. all It wss a weak link In the
,'. I amounts to with some Congressmen But there are others ("Olllte..mID chain which bound the Sutes together. and In tae welding of that link the I a target' at 1 :.*> rards distance
I South had Its tall share The poll' \Icsl capacity of Americans has i seventeen Imee In ninety se-"
Frank (lark and! g.f' par"mlll of norMa for lutallc. been I ands with a six Inch gun from a vessel !sln ten
; knots
demonstrated. but here ms< come a'ime; when dltorbing forces In or more tlaa }r
new I eleven ml:es sn hour Is a pretty good r..ord it has
CbVairos treat fire' occurred Oc'ober S'11. 171 Ihwton treat fire I I: form may menace this government: In such a crisis the South will b* gun crew on the Pennsylvania, aa aw>'. I 'I"t."r been made fcy s ;

occurred November > 1\".: The Jihnstown flood came May :51. m The ;'I other looked to and! I'. Americanism and p.*'rlo:Ism rf'If': on ware that of any Inch sod f."irteen six irrh! < it v In h-r male ...i..erv carrying The four etsAsW.

CalvMton tornado occurred *.-p'ember <. 1h! n )Martinique.a destroyed sectionThe : a new 'f"'f'I. her .eel r.a'ln4 h..t :aid In I 1"1 I PenasylvnaJala :'

by volcanic: eruption la Ili! : The tacksonvllle lilY occurred;) Mir j. It-H. I Cindy seconds mean 'hi' :h" speed or flrinj his Seventeen shots to i

sad 1he Baltimore fi-e occurrel In I11 4 The propem losses by fire III' tbe California good: people of Miami are re'pondins; nobly to the Cia 1 for aid fer''I se. enteen In the Lit fern years for the six inch Increased from ... gar

1W amounted to iJ" 5P.
Stales since 1176 Tb. fee! losses Ir. 'he cited Vet daring the last thlr suffering will come to hem 0.1' may come nf']!' The wor: I would a halt Th American ova: gunners have no a minute f

{ ty years aggregate IJC7SOS1W) need open their and pets briefs and ptirses o u. Oea roars now to thou that are t la: i I 'apeogle- 'hrwgh pracu. and practice costs superiors.monev That They b eaM,.

1sa fatal defect In the gunners on the Spanish ships at Santiago eta the_ "


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THE MIAMI MKTftOPOLir FRIDAY ARIL 27. IK*
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: COUNTY AFFAIR DISCUSSEDBY WEST JUPITER JOTTINGS ROAD NOTICE.:

EARfHQUAKE'SDEADLY T A, WINFIELDf If =
Mrt. S RHymtt Killed Wednesday i1 .
.
i ',
s .
teat b.
Leaves Two Childrentt : e I a :
,\ -. f ,, : > c'' lOtVs \ vuhr'! a," .Uf .,t fee Board of WILLIAM "r
[ RECORD J. BRYAN
4' .... .. ( auty t.011.mii.lon. r> of Dtae coon
I. .1 m.n. In o offlir in Jan- '' JUI'.r.|' .\iil| 2' Mi" *
.
: HL Ha A\\ \ lui tt,1: l a.:: ntller
ir ::''':' he condition :ha: con Hn\ nun. iftr mU.lrg b.r mi \"ar ... .
ItUriuInr!
h
.t I t. tsr Lot DPi \ I IN FOREIGN:
.
oil| | wm trOD the houtp \\'r dt.I: > .'i.i\ LANDSIf
\ t: r. on t-l-uf tore II depleted treT nrv, i I adopt De iru 1 Ilon.i ,f Section.
: vent In w ? toil I nearU f:o.o'jO of outstanding in crocx-d the railroad I and ::. Chapter '4t'I.' AC', of IMS, ," seat lo read Mr. BfeVt keen at tinge Travel
.at attempt sew
.Just bo.. ajii< h damage hai been delredne.F warrants for which Dadbeen Lisa .,f Florl.la. a cop of mmch fol
rd to crm. ahead> the 'rain after i.; tk tMK t* aebxrbe rr KM C.-.r
: .
1055 thus
wrought bb. tar hquake In Sanwncltci drt..n on tbe -veral funJt. ... notice
him hUI. struck
and Inntantlykilled f
god! other place In Callfor Thete varran't had practically all Don and ordered In open teuton at William J. Bryan editor of The
She learns 'br..emoDths Commoner
I a baby tailed from
wa-how man llvvi and how much been rejlitered and therefore toot Miami Florida, thin Ins 1j day of San Francisco September 27. for '
old and her little boy. C..J two a vear t visit abroad. Ia the
r, property hate been lott-It Dot known I| precedence for payment over any new I seen. Mr. Rhymes hat the ivmpath) April. A. D. 106 course of his travel. Mr Bryan will visit the following named 1'\
fctrt the loss except ID lUet hat not warrantt drawn to cover current eipentet I of A. K. Dearborn. countries: jl
hit many friends here In hit great I
beau at great at that caused by the of the county : bereavement j Clerk. ;
Bra b I' Bankt flat discount By W U, Pop, deputy clerk. '
earthquake wa were charging a HAWAII, .
ft.e ::1'I' Mitt Susie Carla It tpendlng tev JAPAN, BRITISH IHLIS .
eke of the flre of tm per cent suit had more county enl dale la Fulford this week Be It enacted by the Legislature of CHINA INDIA PHILIr-PINI .i
:
pt Aatarbaace may be ranked with the : tjwr to carry than they wanted, ev. Mrt Ell Sims tad fitter, Vn R. I the State of Florid: AUSTRALIA.' EOTPT.TLRKKT.. PALESTINE: ISLANDS.

,'" wartbquaket great enough to be reCorded i.D at that figure Merchant did I A. Carr spent a couple of dart la Miami Section 1. That the width of tie MW ZEALAND: ; GREECE:, j t r,

;. in hittory The following 1* not cart to furnish tupplle and *%. this week. Mrs. Sims returned tire of vehicle used to haul woodor I SPAIN ITALY, SWITZERLAND; I

J* flat of earthquakes since the begin cept warrant worth only ninety e.auoe home this morning, and Mrt Curr left other heavy load over paced hard FRANCI:, XOKWAT. GERMANY I( 1

." .Blag of the eighteenth century, ae- the dollar Th. convict. instead for her home 1 in Key Wett.Khe or>> Improved road la 1&1at1 011 I DENMARK RU88IA. SWEDEN; HOLLAND 1 t
*S cording to MulhalL of being worked on the road., were his State DOW haring or that may I t :
I i >- Tear-Place Live lost. leafed out presumably because there I' hereafter build and construct such rro. nub .t tile NII.tries ...tt4.lIr Bryu will write IdWrW!

| f iTtX-Teddo . .. . . 100,Opp rat no money to pay tor their feed. matlm Mke Lift MI..III.It. rode It hereby flied and established (deeeribiag'Illtt. 01 th his colarles obtttnlClODa tarsal'M. draU g partlnl.I with the pettu- I

C in*-Algir . . . 11.000 The commliitonert bare no authorIty ai follow: Of a two born wagon, These letter will be
", "1124--(Palermo . . . C.OM under the law to draw warrant happy home I I. the moat valuable cart or other vehicle, shall sot be *. .f pwMitbed these The Cow.e.er. sad ....who wI
!Sli7.to.ft'.TJ I."." should..
i\! 1.-Pekin . . . . sooo for an amount greater than th* tax poettlon that it wlthla the reaca of lens than four Inches wide; of a four }..'* paper. as Ilse I. .sb- / .

1 *- Jmai . . . . 11.001 levy for the cartons fund for the current mankind, but you can not enjoy Ut ( horse nr vehicle, shah

i ITU-Cairo .. . . . 4'. 00U.OOO year and I rat aJvlted by soups comfort if you are suffering fromrbeumatltm be not less Ob. sli inches wide, and Tile Commoner I. issued weakly" sad tM ..-. { .. peke is

f .17U-Uibon . . . of the baakt that they would not carry You throw olds butlnet* of a four hort wagon cart or other i ireticle $1.00 enabled: year. By special arnege..s a wit the publisher, we an ,
.' ITT}-Guatemala . . . t7.ppp county warrant In excess of thetteitment caret when yon enter your home ana used to haul heavy loci orj I so oSer to a abort time sly, lb. C..e.er sad she Mi..!

e jTt1-Qu1to . . .' .. 41.000 for 1N5.I I' you can be relieved from those rheumatic stork shall be not less than MTMInrbe or Weekly w* will'Mtt\ropoIlllla.,..* Tb.C .year.,o., both, for $1.00. ..... paid !. *4v*"j Zt '

I n Aleppo . . . 22.000 | It will be readily tern that there pain alto by applying Chamberlain i wide, and that It than be unlawful C.. year tea nay address for ra the Mia.i Daily M..t.p.I
[I jtfUtl-Me.doca,8outa America 11.000 i' was no money available for road ball I II "t Pain Palm. One application will l for any perton. firm or cot Metropolis .... $4,00, tbs regal. .7I.7B.irjAfdm #

: JK*- Arks . . . (000Itte I logy However. the convlcta were give you relle and Itt continued use poratloo to use or canted to be used
Manila . . . 1.000 I called la and for several months were I for a abort Urn will bring abort a j I any vehicle mentioned in this lectio >U orders U lWrrMk. ] c...k M fk.
J
; im-Jtcbla . . . .. 2.000 I worked building tads where the people permanent cure For tale by Btt- ,[, with a less width of ore than that I

I.' > nil la a total of 521.000 live lost hauled the rock or paid for I It, a* cayne Drug Co. and all druggists tpeclfled. tn hauling loads over road

t: fcf etrjhgaaket la 1ST year Th I I war the ate from Little River, wrt I therein mentioned, and any person

!''l..t. loss la history war at to the vegetable laaJ of Humbug, lnpectlfi Poet,..." firm or corporation so offending thai S

; '... Japan In 1TOS. when 110.000 gut" which cat tile county only the By order of Adjutant General J. C. be guilty of n misdemeanor and tablet

..... Jott Th* next greatest wa y..t-I I use of the convicts tad the usual R. Foster the annual Inipectlon of to the paint and penalties pro- Pomona Nurseries

; HUn+ 01... In 1701 when the eipene incident t. the camp; the Company U Miami RlI... F. S. T.. Tided for in Section < of this Act

w.s l.OOO. The tsrtbgaaks at new road at Stuart to which the people s cb"dnled for Thursday evening, tht Sec. 2 That the provisions of Rem Those

u_ Portugal, occurred oa AH Salata' there contributed largely and the 2
*7. Kov 1. ITU, who wltala lght-- repair work on road near Cutler evening, April %1. of the State that hare built or may

.. aala.tea most of the houses la About that time the board receive hereafter build and construct t system and Grapefruit TREES

titbon were detroyd and M.OOO .. offer from the Florida East Coot Grip Quickly Kntck- Out of paved hard or improve roads, and -

Irve were lott though MulaaU put Railway people to Join la with ut andbuild are maintaining the tarn and thai and thou contemplating planting grove 10 the tntur. tbould iareab-

........ber at U.OOO Nearly .Qa the county road from Fort LanAerdal "&0_ weeks ago during the severe not be operative for a period of not rate our tock We are now bookie= order for pme.t ,

..; pltsoss who had takes refng oa .a ]* to Del ray, than completing the winter weather both my wife and my lett than two montht, or more than and future planting; and are offering tt"

', ijaay oa the bank of the Taps, were connecting link betwen Miami contracted wren colds which six months after the adoption of this the hattt
.!:-CBUd by a net wave forty feet ; Palm Botch arts I )' developed Into tbe wont kind Act at provided tor by Section Sand stock c! free ear grown m D.dt County en bi,h "'

(J<1 The damage war ettlmated at This offer wt to famish the county of la grippe with an its miserable 4 of the tam. etc game tad Ugh bimcoock bods. We '
'....f7 million pound sterling or a ipVdal I train to haul the rock eymptotnssays Mr J. 8. Eglettonof lane bvytn to rial ,

ahors $100.000,000. Accordtto free of charge. provided the county aching muscles tore, head Mopped NOTICE OF CHANGE our atutfrttt and 'M
exjunoxr tret We luTe .
( to HunboJdt th* entire tnrtacettKarbed would load tad unload the rock aadbuild np. eye and not* running with alternate sad: r-fiumbrlng of lctln ,raclllCtaIlect. > til the kiding

by this earthquake wa* the toad Th* service offered spells of chills and 'eves We ... District No. 1S tad bet varieties of Onoge tad Cnpelnut Tree
;T1 to four times tile area of Bo- free by the railway people wa* **tl- began ...., Chamberlain Cough I ;,

Il ...... The shock war felt aa far aa mtted to be worth about t20.000.bMed Remedyaldlag the tarn with a double I Bounded oa the north by the north Budded on etther Sour Orange or Rough Lemon foot
i eotlaad oa the sorts Asia Mlr oar on the price paid them for elms u dose of Chamberlain' Stomach and
line of ection 12. 116, 1/. IT tad
h the east Morocco o. tile south aadktko tervlc by the former Dart That Uver Tablets and by its liberal ute
18, of township fl ty (50)( tooth, *
west Idles on the wt looked good to nt. but her war the soma completely knocked out the grip r.q.fortt.o Nurseries located .a Mctioo 3, 2 miles west of Miami rock i
((4%), east and on the east oei rowiU ,
) The hety eat earthejoak that everpceurred rub.In. Sold by Biscayne Drug Co., tnd all alto near Little River and Fnlford. Bv tccunnf tree from
I by tbe Atlantic ocean; on tbe tooth kcM :
la the Called Bates salt order to get tuft then- dmgglata. nurtcncjoa take tick of r
twenty BO
by the tooth line of sections 1, *. >. importiar WHITE FIT or other 'iavect ,t
She recent one occurred ta aril dollar worth of work the di.ea.ea This ta
free an important matter which abxmld
10. 11. sad 12. of township flftyon not be overlooked.
lob S. C-Aug. 21. m. when coaDt111a4 to do work that would tat Thank Extended Large illustrated catalog with prices and
Cllar1"1 (51) tooth
range forty-two (4%) eattand description of varieties
red bnUJIng .et. a bout the tame amount, and there Mil faade Coachman detldet to on tbe west by the western bound mailed free on application '
a sad three-fourth of th war not n dollar In the treasury to to thank for the moat corJIal manner
try of the county The voting place
)timber of the city maJe unlnhabttabl It with The tales then coming tn In which the ladle .contributed to the
I of said dlttrict to be at Danla The
*. Score of people were kCleJud were available only for payment ofoutttaadlng cake tale for the benefit of the Confederate Done and ordered In open teuton riffing Bros. Co.

the Iota of property amounted .owight I regtttered warrant Itwat *' Home In Jacksonville SBeUo held March I. IX*.

millioB dollar up to ut to meet the that ion wishes to thank the public for A. K. Dearborn Local Offlnti Unit II.,.,'aM UUmi( Fbdi4MtiA.M
It will be noticed from the above anJ build the road that win spread their liberal patronage. )lr. 8 Or*. Clerk Board County Com.
table that earthquake have been widely the lame of bam his
Dade county over the dvIllied for klndneit in allowing the By W M Pope. Deputy J
distributed over the world. China world or alt down and 'do nothing use of the Biscayne Hotel veranda, xxxxnI
(** Japan Peru Egypt Portugal Italy but draw and the
our two dollar per city paper for advertlilng STOCKHOLDER MEETING

the Philippine. South America, and month-lett ten per cent discount the tale The annual meeting of the stock
Jhe Meat Itdlet have had vlalutlon* The banks declined to carry our warrant -
holder of the Dade County Security
sad two notable dlttarbaacw have I for this work unless we could I II the Moon Inhabited Company will be heU In the mete : : : :
occurred In the United Statet Varioniexplanaiiooi show that the tax levy for IMS would I I of the n.bler.0' 415 1.% Twelfth

at to the asses of earth co\er ontttandlng warrantt, anJ war l I j jrantt Science hat proven that the moon I Street, Miami. Fa! at '7:30 p. m ;
Oakes hive been made by th. tclentlttt to be drawn lad guaranteetheir has an atmosphere which makes :Ifela I April 24 I**. for the election o iit I

but nobody can tomb ah- payment by May 1, 1'I I torn form pottlbl on that tatelllte officer and inch other niinet aI I I
elute knowledge on the subject W* All the bank in the but not for human beings. who have a I It.
come before
'onlv know that that thai If hard I may I j rapidly going to the front as the !-ading
they occur they we could satisfy them on thlt enough time on tills earth of oar J. E. Lemma; i -

ajfeiceedtngjy nnpleaaaqt 11.ion point they would take care. of the etpedally those, who (dont know that I F Ml.:er. PretUeitSicretary .I IW city in South Florida. Everybody :"
a&T w. suppose that they are th* warnatt drawn for felt rod work at Dedrlc Bitters cure headache t
remit of Internal fir* or heat and tbe rate of teven per cent per annum net, malaria, chill andfever i is going to Miami. Now is the time to 1

=} goes. such at belch forth from the to May 1, IMC Instead of the ten dice Jytpeptla, dlula.... blllou.1 KILL FOR DIVORCE secure a choice location either '
firths voteaaoe* at irregular period p*>r cent discount they had benj j I kidney complaatgeneral I for busi-

.i I charting his made a dltcount of''female ...kD...... '. ds ness or residence. Choice locations in i#
In the C:rcuit Court of :
1 Seventh ,
A PROCLAMATION .about five per cent at the beginning general tonic and appetlxer for weak ': tthe i '
'" of tbe work, running down to abouttwo persons and especially for the aged.t Judicial Circuit of Portia In and for !I the city .for sale by : : : : : : : ;

\ lly H. Excellency H.,.... B. *,..,* and oee-half per cent toward theend. I Induce sound tleep Fully guaranteed Dade County i .

., artf. Oev rnr. While the county can not pay by all Jmggtit Price only SOc. I In Chancery I
Georgia Taylor, Complainantva.
d Lre eat cm wart-iata_ draw_ n_*_ n-d__ FORT
,111.reN A dluater saprtll sod fund, this difference was actually tar Mice Her Arm. Charles D. Taylor, Defendant I DALLAS LAND CO.
the history of the United State ed to the county .* every man performing Miss Fanny Clemosi met with avery

i overtake the But of CalTormla service for or telling supplies painful accident last night In the To above Chorea and D foregoing Taylor styled Defendant NaN 1 In: C O((( :<:w <: :<::00

tics vcetrwctlon by earthquake sad to the county knew Jut what hit warrant which one of the bonet in her right It appearing from the affidavit of I
om the morning of the 10th of wat worth la nosh at any boat In arm war broken jolt above the writt Cill rm
Oeorg'a Taylor complainant la th* Or
of the city of Ban Frandtco, the county and price wa* fix*] ore and the other dltlocated With set' the above entitled now, that you ar* 70222J8-=2.-T-. 7.E.72-OR..
OBtntardal metropolis of the Paiope cordtngly. la order to accomplish eras other young people. Mitt Clem .retldent Agent Fort a21 1
a non of the State of
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( Vice-Pre
ad nnmeron other clues this malt It was ._.aal')' for th* I!out wt Indulging f In the Sport of I tad that Tour whereatfbuU FlorIJ'1 Dallas Land Co.. Miami. Fla fort Dallat ,
sal I town of said Btate.which luster board to I Increaa* the mlllag of tax roller tkating on upper Avenue B. Land Co.. St. Awgnttioc Fla '
I and pottofflee address tr* to comp ai-
3p-t.mtUsd tn the destructfa ofof ailo. follow I.... the skates went from I
under hand
aa : Four mill to WIutstanding .
scot unknown.Therfora ox = = :<< : < = = = .
-eX) () 'liamndm mlllloat of dollar Inproperty o Indebtedness in rod she landed heavily on her right trader aaJ pursuant 'o 11 = = : XH'VUI r

I velars sad the lot of thootof fund, general fund sad fine and forfeiture laid. breaking her arm ft above nat- '..* of the State of Florida. It I* here- -

live and has left huadredt fund, and a ipedal rod tax of Dr. Skaggt war called and the 1 I| by ordered that yon are hereby required .
FREDK.
oe UvtmaII s of unfortunate peopu four mill*. In abort thl* board added bone aet Mitt Fanny suffered a great | to appear to the b 11 filed S. MORSE

Btltpp.d of their earthly poe *lon* eight mess to the face for IMS. I del during the night but I* retting: i agalnit you la the above cause on th* ,

*without home and tulertng even for half of which wa* to pay debit contracted more comfortably this morning I first Monday ta April the Mm bo- Real

p. MOMMrie of gun before our term and the other lag the td day of the month nail a Estate; ; :
Mov heretore, L Napoleon B. Brow- half war applied to road Caught Cold While Hunting a Burglar i; rule day thereof. In the year foes ,

term Governor of Florid*, hereby it- TIle Inereate In fix mounted to | It I I. further ordered that this order OtItft.p tulrt Cor.' Ave. C aad It U 81.
a this proclamation calling upon eighty eenta on the one hundred dol- I Mr Win Thot Lanorgan. provincial I be published in the Miami Vrtropolli

people of the State of feuds Ian assessed valuation of his property constable at Chapleau. Ontario tar:: a newtpaper publlibej tn the City of Miami. Dade Co. l Florda.
npUy contribute of.thoe (tore* or ten cent on tbe actual value of 11 caught a severe cold while hunting! '' Miami Dade County Florida, once .
'wlh which Providence ha blest them. the he i I. burglar In the forett laat
price would ark for his property sump t I each week for eight ('ODlf''UtI"j
L BonetcloOUng and provltlon. to (I raiL Hearing of Chamberlain Cough i week, AGENT OR LANDS OP 5

relief of the destitute sad raffer This I* the extent to which tile prevent Remedy I tried It and after ntiag! I i It I I. further ordered that a copy of I Florida East
; people of otr Bitter Bute.And. board of commtMtonera U retpontlblc two mH bottle, I was completely I| this order be post.4.t the Cool Coast Railway Co.

t,''- I especially can upon the mayof for the Increase In tax**. t'1Irt'4.nl.* remedy I* Intended *. Hoote door In the Cdtinty of Dade. Florida Coast Line Canal and Trana.

the aerer*! mualdpallUe In Over State taxes drainage tar. etc, peclally for coughs and cold. It win I i I Done and ordered pursuant to '.. Co.

albs Bute, the preeidenU of the board ta1 his board baa no control tie two loosen *n4 relieve a seven Old: la> .t Miami, Florida Dad County. tail Boston and Florida Atlantic Coast Land (,'o i

trade, and the nmlnlater* of an mill Increaa of school tax which was lea time than by any other treatment Hit day of Jaanary, A D. 1XX

'yeotdstuos to take tanodlately endorted by tile voter at tile last and I* a favorite wherever its ripe I A. K. Dearborn Clerk _

MCk step a* may he neceary to primary election and the natural IB- lor excellence hat become known. For By W. M. Pope, D. C. Miami Bottling Works

street local attention to the scads create IB property value*. an go. to sale by Btteayne Drug Company and G. A. Worley. ;

the OotttMe peopU of California mak* up the total Inert*** In amount an drntrliti.TkTOTICE. ,I Solicitor for Complainant.GASNOW WALL A
DICKINSON.
that Inutedlat ooatrlbtiOon CM of taxe For the additional ten Props

and* and placed W the hand of cent per thouaaad dollar market value Devll'i Island Torture
Itta Street Near R. .
R., Miami m.Manufacturer '
51.54 to he transmitted th I ,
to of property, the taxpayers ha It no wort than the terrible case of
aathortOe IB th* State oftla. gotten the Palm Beach-Miami
road (la PUn that afflicted me 10 ThenI
the County Jadgei Court of DdCounty. year
of
the road at Stuart 3
and other
point .
war advised to Bucklen
apply Arnlra
Florida t
.
;, Oat glveth quickly glvethtlbn. and many mile* of old road made over Salve and less than a boa permanently i

and has paid the debts of the county, In re the late of John Sander. cured me. write L 8. Napierof All Kinds of
Olren. ender my hand anJ the far
to at tilt fund controlled tile
by Rnjcglea K. Heals all wounds, burnt
Beat Seal of th* But, at Tnllaha- commlnlonen late of said county, deceated. i!
are concerned.
IDol cores like magic lIe at all! drug '
B** the Capital this 20U day of April The preevnt board win Ix the mtlV ttore SOft Drinks
i the Tear of Our Lord, On* Thou.add age for IMS and the road being palj Notice I* hereby given that on Mon S
Nl** Hundred sad Six sad th tor day the 15th Jay of October. A D.
and debts
cleared off It I* tJIelrp.rpoae Prompt Attontto M AJ erom
IMC. I win OX-*J-To.a Qe.e 1lroralt
pretext to the Honorable
Independeice of the United Btat.e i
tbs
to cut off four mill for I
.'Oe H.ndred and ThlrtXk. standing Indebtedaeti tad to o.t.1 A. E. Heyer. County Judge of sal d PATENTS I -

;.1- N a BROWARD, the four mint for special county my final account and all l
road tax
a* 1 I vouchers of the ,
Governor of Won ds. much as the beet Interettt of the estate of John Sander
i
*. late of mid
county decease
By th* Governor: Attest: county will admit ofT r.aY..awn egrcNet.. W+
;3i. Clay Cn wford. and at the tame time make full and F.w rM Irr.Lr/lla.wl
A. mDft ld.
Secretary of State I final settlement with a foil report of IN alt COYNTNIU. PAIHTCR'5BKT,' : ;s

The work of rebuilding the interior all my sellout and doings with relatlon B.Nw 5.f M'abtM wn.. /ear,

Bet Tmteet t tvRverst I to old ettate and at me am< ( : UZCRrVvVfiliy: .. .
if
t me Watson hardwire store which time I will ak for hr5t aid Mdagwt, haeAa t.ebdNSp used %tr
a final .IIJI
Reed A Bryan, of Fort Laudrrdtleanaar <'h'"l' IF4jmlnUtrator we.,
155 r.Yarap
badly dimacrd b fire few +l nature
) a
[} Kmf
$ sent Ohydse rraieo of the Vekf auto. U now Hearing completion of said 'stateErnorr a1 Mal qe LlrNr... h. 1 MMw.eMIN.TONe mast ktn6fullyr ,

&net tualiti if rrmatort tblped from 11 I will main hoccupied by thntNfl1 e ,\lmlnlfrttor o the c.S.;,..i.. !tine' I bSande. v. e. r FLCMUaen .. !tie. R4e.c. ,
J there this w n. 'o the> nrT rr ataa : at m Park dat>. (he arrmrit .. C-f "... .,..
Inc-eased
$ i Franc h. rsprrrp company nc being- better ml more at b
G A \'orler.
/. 8-hedtBg bem Throorh for him IH"'I"II than ef9re : .
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THE MIAMI M1THOPOUS FRIDAY APRIL. tf. H0 \
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i Y Watson Voted Against Reducing Railroad Pare.1 L 1e


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from 4 to 3 Cents per Mile II I



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t The record of Florida's representatives in the House Igor 1. on R. Hudson Burr's bil I :I I I Ii


fixing the railway passenger rates at three cents a mile and how each representative vottc: i I j' .


on this important measure. I II

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HOUSE JOURNAL 1901

Mr. Burr of Dade
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,. House bill No. 50 I,

A bill to be entitled an act to fix the fare for passengers on all railroad trains in thi I

state at three cents per mile. and to provide penalties for its violation. _

Telegraphs.Was read the tirst time by its title and referred to the Committee on Railroads an d 1 I II II I I s4w


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; House Journal, 901 1. i page 76.

- t Committee reported unfavorably on H. B- No, 50. Page 216 I :

House Bill No o. was taken up and read a second time in full I
EUGENE H. DIMICKCANDIDATE i
moved indefinitely'l the bill
Mr. Davidson of Gadsden to postpone I I

I t The roll being called, the vote was: :

,3.' YEAS-J. W. Wataon. (Speaker of the House). Measra. Oulord. Clark (T. L. ). Clo.e. Davidson

Davi. I lK>den. FuMoti. Hen<1ry, Mc: riffio. Palms 1W.( L ), Parriah (Manatee: Raney Russell Sledge CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT

Smith Srar"man.-lt. I

NAYS-Me...ra. \ollcnoo. Broward. Burr Chambers Crawford Duckworth. Godfrey Gnrnto.Grigc .

1 :*. rajt.: ',unn. Hopkins. Hunter Jackson Johnson Jones. :\(dlroJ.I.Rae.: of Pa..co. McKae of _

. Putnam. CMecn. I'arrUh of Holme. Kaulcrm Ricers of Columbia. Thomas. Whaler, Williamson. Wilson. Thirty years ado, at the an of MT Mr Dtmlck ai county treasurer, to

Wolfe-: .n years Eugene H. Dlmlck. came: to nil the uaeiplreJ term of J. F. La-
; mood realgned. That same tall a* .
Dads county, and with his parent I '
So the motion to indefinitely postpone was not agreed to and relatlrea, aetttej at Palm Beach was was elected re-elected to In.the 1100.same> poalUoa and 1-:

1 Mr. Burr moved that the rules be waived and that House Bill No So. be read a third 11 la nil his family removed to North )(r. Dlmlck was not again a eaadl- 7
Carolina where he attended the common date for office nntfl he was ladneed .
; time and put upon its passage schools near their horn, and by a committee eomopied of the repreaentatlre > \ '.

Which was agreed to by a two-thirds vote where his father died compelling him of the labor nnlona andpchera. \
to give np further schooling: la order I to become a candidate !for ,
And House bill No. 50 was read a third time in full I to |o to work to aid his mother la the county commlaalooer from the latonj '

support of himself and two younger 'ollUlllllloa" District at the hut '
Upon all of the roll the vote was: I I
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alatera. I IVmocratle Primary hi lade amity

YEAS-Vlesarv Anderson. Broward Brown.6nrr Chamber, Crawford Godfrev.Grifg-a.Grant. Gunn.Hunter. His. lrat work was driving team on sad was elected hy a OaUrtax ma- '
the mountain rods between Highlands :: jortt,.
Jackson Johnson Jones, McElroy, McRae ot Pasco McRae of Pntnam. Oateen. Pariah of Holmes. North Carolina and Wallahalla. For nearly aliten moatA Mr. Dim

lUuleraofl. River of Alacbua River of Columbia, Sledge Thomas, Whaley, Williamson, Wilson and South Carolina A year later, his I lick ha served a* county eommlMioner
mother JleJ. and with hla sisters a* I! how well he baa served sad cotta II
Wolfe.-29 returned to Dad county, where he hatInce i i.I. I what Intereat and fidelity to ta* trust

HAYS" -J. W. Watson, Speaker of the House). Me *r*. Amos Buford. Clarke Close Davidaon. realded.When imposed I I. well known la hla district
the ton of Wen Palm Bach and throughout the county, and need
', Davis! Lowden, Fulton. Hopkins McGriffin. Palmer Parri of Manatee Raney, Russell Smith. Sparks I waa Brat incorporated Euga B. no encomium here Svfflce It tot

1D&1L-17 Dlmlck was elected OK the irat city t any that If elected Clerk of ama ..
council where be served with credit Court, the dtlien of Jade haveIii

So the bill passed title as stated I to himself and to thecommunity.. him an offlcUl: who wffl not only
A little later he was a delegate to competent a4 eonrteoma, but per*

,I And House Bill No. 50 was ordered certified to the Senate. Page 433 the convention at Went Palm Betel norm i the duties of the position with
.hlch declared against the coaTentlon the fidelity and careful attention that
I lyitemJ. nomination, and 1m favor has been a characteristic of his serve'
t Senate Journal I.
190
--. of primariea. 'lee la every portOoo of tnt heha
_"r la lit Governor Blosaam appolatedax rr held.
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14. block (. altO lots I sad 1, block I,1 to Dade County Security Co, for I acre In seetloa SS. tp. I] troth rang A. P Anthony for ISO*. lot 4. block
LEGAL PAPERS FILED FOR REGORD MUml.Warraaty. ,I3SO. lot 4. Dora' b-dlvlaloa ef block I 41 ant 12. West Palm hulL

Oed, Mary BrickeD and Ii, Miami.Warranty. Warranty deed Charles E. DaTl to Mortgage deed C. MLSsdai
huabaad to ElUabeth O. Dora for 121. deed. Roe aaj Waahlng-I Henry O. Aagnlaa. for iM, tea acre tad. *lf* to Caaa. M. Nelson for divers
tiaa ; .e lot 10, block 11, nil lot I, block 17; ton rrankUn to C. A. WooJrut for' la seethes: t, tp. 14, south rang 41 aa4 good eoaaUeraUon saves sad.
t MIami laO, lot (. block 14. Clow' addition east one-halt acre* In section tS. tn 1%

: Warranty deed Henry Reed Ioc'k I Iu. alderatlona, SO acre la section 12. tp. Satisfaction of mortgage, H. I:.Tat' to West Palm Beach. I aJ"t..I O. W. Keeta sad oath, rang 41 east s..1Warraaty
I
l T. Carter for ITS lot 1 sad 2, 41, couth, range 42 eaitWarraaty Ue, receiver to O. Varalle. I Deed Model Land Co.. to Out. A. wife to for 140. lot U deed T. It P. Kooavortfc
rr...'. HomeateadHnrraaty : deed, Jn WUI'an to Warranty deed aMry and William Wtoodrnff for $>$. five ncrea In section I II 14. It and %0. block US. Delray. to Ida M. tees for fit. right floe .
deed Margaret R. Mer- Dee Miller for 1110. vest half lot 5, B. Brickell to P. 8. Vans Agnew for 1*. tp. n, _Iho raa,. 42, east ', Mortgage Scott Cromartle aa Jon sad Interest In and to the county 4
HU to Henry Bethel for 1100. S.I2 block Ia."t Palm Beach. ICOO. $.f acres la section U, tp. II, Warranty deed Maths J. Gale tad I I ale Cromartle to Dade Couaty Security Dad. to a new sad aaeful fan aJtachmenc r
south, range 41 east husband to Albert Merchant: for |M for I1M. lot 11. block
acre In necdon U, tp. II. aovrta. Warranty deed. W. D. Stanertat Oompaay : known a* Oalbraltmr Seth
RY range 41 eatWemnty to John Cewell aaj C. H. Raulcracn .Warranty deed Mary and WilliamB. lot ai, and part lot I, GaU'a Lake S7. MlamLMortgage. lag alachla. faa.Mortgage. i .'
Brickell to Hannah Mal teller Worth PlotSatisfaction t
1 deed Charles B.: Our to for IS and other conaideratlooi, northeast UeHa Johnson sad ban
I 'or IS and other conaideratlona. lot 1. of mortgage Tropical Amanda J. Car tn
i -W. H. Sharp for II aad other cons half nf ouiSweat qni: r of the : block Brickeir band to Dads must Security Co.. Tropical Horn Improvement
107 addition to Ml.amt Home Improvement Company to E.:
4 SW.raUoa.a half lot t block IS.Of northeast quarter section: SS: tp. CS, W. Walker for 1100. lot 11. block n. MlamL 1100. lot 1. block 42. MUml
wbJlTUJon part lot t eectloa II oath, range 41 eastWarraaty Satisfaction of mortgage C. HCnntler .
Mortgage deed Hannah May Le < Satlafactlon of mortgage Henry H.Pcnnock .. and W. J. Gander to IdellaJohaaom. Satisfaction of mortgage.
tp. U. south range 41 eaat deed John F. Smith tJ let and hatband to Mary Brickell for to R. L. Hlckaon.Warranty L. Paaock to H. A. Pvnaoek
Warraaty ded. W. H. Sharpe sad Olap Zetterland for 11.000. loU I to $;400. lot 1, block 107. Brickell'a addition deedjort Danes Land Co. wit*. ,
Barter and
deed B. H.
wV to Elba Bam for 110 and < IlIcl..I,.. block 2J Hallaadale. and to MlamtWkrrsaty Mortgage '
Other al41BUou. south half lot to Vernon Price-William, for fWa% wife to A. B. Allen for 1100. sail Agreement of lena. htw*"n
ten ncre In ectloa 2i. and east half deed Jame Bell to M. K.Terwllllger .
lot I. block 114. Miami lot 1 block 10. West Palm Cart,, Company of BrookJr.04 HV
half -.
<. t block 12. of nbdlrtilon part lot t *
ot lot I block T MeJon 27 ILKwth
?rp : tp. for SSOO. all .f lot 2. ( Warranty deed W. N. Gray to Albert .
Beach. B. T Bymgtoa wrca
keoctoa U. tp. U south range 41 rang 42 einti aad t, block 10, earth MlamL
land
H. Gray for ITS. plat of
atlafaeUoa of mortgage Job W. purchase wttala twelve months,
i i Warranty deed Frits Jacob*x. to\ Release of mortgage 4 countySecurity C In section 14, ll, ontk .
roc i eaatWarraaty I I CSx ( feet : tp. Crimes to Mary L. MaJewakLMortgage Simples trpeaetUag maeliJM'
deed W. H. Sharpe sad .
i Ola' Zetterlnnd: for 11.000. lots 2 to Co, to J. H. Tstum.Quit n east .
: deed Mary MaJewaU to 11.700.
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wife to CUa Barer for 1100. aorta I InclnriT block U and
I C. Hallaadale. claim deed. J. IL Tatam to B. Warranty deed. Clotilda
half let 1. block IS. aubdlTlalon part last hair lot $. block T, eeaui; 21. sac I I. Tatum for IS Iota 11. It IX It.I I md, hatband to John 'rerptOD\\ .. ----- -

# lot S.: aecUon K. tp.: 11. south, range I ;tat half lot i, block 1, aectioa :t. tp. iII and 1$, block >, tooth, MlamLWarranty I oto I and C, tlock SI. FYow'a Home \
: 41 east | swath nag 42 ut deed Anal and J. J.jtwrence I test WIN.elll t TMUSTTtACHU
k t ..-., deed. City of Miami. Lao Warranty deed Mr. B. B. WUon: I to B. B. Tatnm for 12409 Satisfaction of flea C. 8. Layton .
;; .A. P. Gore. lot 11. block II to W. F. Miller for II and ockv eons! I ota IL IS, IS. 14, IS and It. block I:o Lee Raaaen. ..
i WarnatJW.. C. Salpe tads tderatlona. tot 15. U and 17* Mock I IIf. i. tooth, Miami Warranty deed Annl E. Hall to T. \\\;
ts>\ J. n. Canto for .$00. ire
vlfv w MlamL Warraaty deed Fort Dallas lead I Hider for 11.500 lot 4. block T. Welt ;1
mere In eeetkm 10 t,. jovtk, rang Satisfaction of mortgage Corn Lee I:o, to J. H. Tatwm tor $OI,.. lot Xlok 1 Palm Beach. I .
41 .... t Oerock to J. P. Doane trratee.Satlatactlon 1> I, south and lots I and t, brfKK Satisfaction of mortgage Ralph K.II I
7 Mortgage ...... K. P. Well aad wit of mortgage Joseph H. 1 I&. south, Miami If nnroe to Minis B.: D. Schneider I 'I 1M
to Dade County Security Co. for 1100. Day to P. Ullendorft sad wit*. Warranty deed. Fort Dallas Lull Jee&MIaale &. .
Warranty .D.leha.I4-1
twenty acre la aectioa II. tp. M, TMarraaty deed J. H. Tatam to W. ,Co. to J. H. Tatam for '100, Iota I. er to John M. Hopkins for IS and I I
t" south rang 41 east D. Avery for I7M, lot 1. block I, Miami. r.1. I and 10. block .. south MlamL II' consideration, nine acres with ..
Alice L. Buck aad claim Edward and
Warraaty deed. Quit deed Peat ot'"l.
provement In section 21. tp. 5 ,*
4 anabaad to Lydia 1>. Cory for 11 sad Deed F. B. C. Railway Co. to Cnaa. wife to Chaa. L Wletxel for IL certain rang 41 east t 4
coanlderaUoaa. certala decrlbed !."aeetlonIS. land la aeetlon U, M, south
other B. Scott for 1100, tea acre tp. tango Deed. Boston and Florida Atlantic. I
la nectioa II aid SU.tp. 42 east 41 east I.
t property I' tp. U, south rang Coast Land Co. to M. T. Ho wen for
U 4t east Cancellation from Mary Wnrraaty deed J. H. Tatnm to B.
south raag pf contract !
1340. lot I, section SI. tf. '1. aoufa, :
J Mortgage deed. Miami Realty Lou : Brickell to Dlen W. EUIa. W. Lnndla. and Diner B. Martin, for range 41 east containing SO acre I I 9II
.an4 Onaraaty Co. to 8. A. Vaa Wagner Warranty deed Walter H. Browne IS and other conalderatkma, lots I and Agrement, Prank Cobb ta R. L.Mer ;
, for IXOOI. Iota II sad 14. block and wife to Mine Broa, for 11 certain 10. block t, MtemL cer for purchase of lot t, block 14 I.
10S. Miami.Warraaty. land In section 21, tp. 14. outa.range Warranty deed J. R Tatum to Pa- Miami Codderatlon |4SO. "i :jII r
' deed. On.. B. Saell tad 14. south ton Hick for ".MO, lots I and I. bk.
wtf to Oeo. O. Butler for IU200 certala I ""arraat.1.... Lyman O. Oould et 1&, Miami. Warranty deed George Alderaon.i8r _' :
I ., administrator, to E. E. Wood
, sad deecrlbed by feet la cUoa us to E: W. Stephens for ILfOO. lot Dlacharg of mortgage, Melvin Taylor :,
other considerations. fifty
for
IS and
... t IS. oust, range 41 east 'I 4. block U Miami to Ctltabeth Gibbon et al. ,
I la sections 1* and IS. tp. 11,
Satlafactiom of mortgage. K. 0.Romfh Mortgage deed, E. W. Stephen ..tI Lot contract. Fort Dallaa Laad Co.. acre .
'e to L. W. Plerc I as to Lyman B. Gould for 1800, lot to J. 8. Rodgers, for 1140. lot II south range 4S ea 0J:
E. B. Wood_ sad
deed
"; Warranty deed. B. B. Tntnm to N. 4. block U, Miami block: 41. MIam1.Satistaetlos 'I Mortgage
wife Allle.Sr., tots
to George
t A. Oovgh for |S sad other eoaaldera-! Warranty deed B. W. F. Stirrup of mortgagejad County
tines, Iota 11. IS, 11 sad 14. Mock and wife to W. J. Mathew for 111 Security Co. to H. E. Marten et I |*w. 50 acre In aecttona 11 and U.t z How often hare I told you to use r!',
tp. il, south range 4S east
t I, aoata MiamLQuit and other coDalderatlooa. part of lot as. II I |
claim deed heir of 8 JI| Peter I 2. block SO. Fro,,'* Hemeatead. Satisfaction of mortgage, (2)) Dade Warranty deed-t.JC.&II C. Railway]!
5., to T. V. Moore for 11 lot i aaJ : Mortgage deed Walter H. Brown County Security Co, to Clara A. Purcell I to Miami Realty, GuarantyCo. 1
I and 14. block United D
tJ 10. block IS. Miami aad wl'e to oJhn Brand for good and I for 12000. lots 11 Vegetable Paper >
4, i Lease J. D. Plnley to Geo B. I' valuable conaiJeraelona.! seven acre Mortgage deed Max Zapf to R. H. 11>5. Miami
Dam storeroom In building on IStt In section 21. tp. 11. south, range 41 Seymour for 11, OO. lot 4, block 7$, Mortgage deed Locta P. Steven M
Mr Annie E. Hull for |3SO
et ai to
at rent Miami.
street for three years monthly eaat
slot $108atlafactlo Bill ot sale A. Banned to E. R. Warranty deed Tatum Wofford and lot 4. section 15 sod lot !. section 14, TomatoesIt
of mortgage Enulc A. I Kotle for' ISiO. .tr interest I In bun wt'e to Mss Zapf for 12.600. lot f, tp 43 south, range 41 alt For Wrapping
', Chllltngwonh to Edward Chambers sees heretofore conducted by Kolle block 7*. MUml.Agreement Satisfaction of mortgage J. D. Argyle "-
SatlafacUon of mortgage Realty dt Bunaeld. L. J. Ballard and wife to Luclaa P Steven UE'ery
Mortgage Co-n. Ia' to Cdwarl CLautbera. 1 Mortgage deed. P. A. Van Agnewto to A. J. Holland for purchase of lot Warranty deed Will Mellon to Amy! is The Best and Most ECONOMICS
k ;> Mary Brickell for good and valuable 4. block %". West Palm Beach. Con C. Coolie for 110. south 121 feet of
l Bffl of Sat J. B. Goaya to W. N. conalderattooa. I..1 acres la *ectlonJ4. alJeratloo IUSOWarranty 'the west half of lot C. block It, Wet

Wood for IIM, motor boat -Cnd : tp. SJ, south range 41 eaatCommtaalon deed Jesse M Barber to I Palm Beach I sheet guaranteed. For sale by j .
Joe." State of Florida to B. H. L. Reed for 119. ten acre la sec I Lea**. Burdla A Qaartermaa to .

Warranty ."'.:. HE. sat H. W B. Tatnm to be notary public State tlon 30, tp. '%. couth, range 42 eaatWarranty I Julius Smith for a period of four year* M. B. Lyman. Laatana FU.Jaudon L. H. O. SJoetrom. H.Uaa/i1"\
Marten* to Floret" D. LonJaa foiSIJOO. at large for four years dating from deed Cora Lee Gerrockto I the store building at No SOl 12th St, Broa Miami M.B. I .maa. Lntaa& r.
10 12 acre U ectlon: It tp. April 10. 12061Warranty r. E. Terwllllger. for 12.500. lots Miami, at a monthly rental of US A. J. Haikey. Little River Planters Puking sad -

U. south range 41 east deed J. H. Tatam to B. t. 10. 11 and 12. block 12. Robbins I Warranty deed Morgan )(. Jones R. E. McDonald Co., FttfordSason Co., DeIn.,. Fin, ,
Warranty deed.. M. B. Lynua U O b.anr..4 M. R. Keen for IS Graham ChllllnrwortVa addition to Jullua Smith for IS and other Co. DeeraelJ Boyatoa fitter lltty.fo
freeman Griffith for |1 and other con and other conalderatloaa, lot IS. and Mortgage deed George A Griffin et conalderationa. three sad one-hajf .
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TMt MIAMI urnt6fOU FRIDAY APRIL JT. IK* PM( nw

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It Is the Quality and the quality and _
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1 he Price that make Everything House price that matt


t our goods popular our.goods popular

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; Furniture; Carpets, Rugs Mattings, Kitchen Utensils



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: f'I I T. fudge L3tb. Street, Miami, FloridaMr :

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DELIGHTFUL PARTY : '>ai regal In her' royal I'OMI. and Miss
3 @@ U. M. KING ,
t Owens. ai her sweet young daughter.ra .
A very enjoyable affair was given'' 1 a decided success
'
I 1 ''orvic oLIicw ; Undertaker andl Embalmer by Mines Beatrice Hopkins and Maud' Miss Laura Hoveltrud ai Palada a
$: Roberta at he home of Mr. Halnlln < 3 roaag Japanese lady, was a line char :
on Tenth street Monday evening la I peter and played her part well
'
1300 AVENUE D honor of )11" Pearl Marshall, who left Mr C Jackson Impersonated. a
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... '"' +
l for "home In '
per Dawson Ga, the
: ; next Chinese I gentleman and was well diminished
3t K
*. W R. Mona. of Wilt Palm Contractor J J. I'J completed P.-.1 "..''- Gl.t. to Al* Call.. morning 1'nder the directions of'' I and very comical Miss Ma
: Beach U spending a few day IB Miami a beautiful residence for Mr Mrs Halnlln thehouse was very pretttly Simpson a statue, was also a
rlaltlng friends Hauser hi the Robbins A Graham addition -- ---- --- ---- decorated.ahe also acting a* chaperon success causing the Turk a great deal

t hid Grove Land pleased them mOlt and the young men of :he partyThe of wonder and ipeculatloa. Herbert
There ti an effort being made to stir The J. H Tatuni Real Estate Ajeacy toting for the girl' "ho received them guests were In costume Mis: Vanlandlngham and Guesle Davis a*
# a. the Humane Society It U said I MY H M UcCall. of JackioarUle. sold yesterday to Mr H, C. Welch most ;ractouty! Mr ClauJe Brown )Marshall he guest of the evening twin sistersjust out of the coo rent-
that II needs reviving baa arcepted a position with B. B. a ten acre tract of land near Little and Miss Alice nil received the ai the fairy' princess wa* very !dainty were very modest and thy, lad for a ; ;"
I [)ouJI... the popular merchant of IXth Hirer and on which )11'"f'lcll' will prize and meet In her pea) green costume lung time kept every' body wonderingwho

Aetna dynamite' and supplies for street Mr' UrCall li aa experienced set out and cnltlrate a citrus grove ErenlxxljT felt dcrld'Ir better ac Mr' Ralph Rader as Rev Abraham they were

Lummu .... I, man In the dry good business. for- This firm within the last two seeks qualnJ afte this and the rest of Jenkins and Mr T J Overtoil ai his Miss Beatrice Hopkins, a* Madams
sale
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; by uteri) with Cohen Bros, of Jackvon1 has cold four' tricU' of land adjoiningeach the e\mlng "ai the happiest: Imaginable I wife Sallle. carried off first prliei Wanda, the fortune teller. In a cos
I 1 ." other' in be near vicinity of Lit At half put ten the! guests fur cnnoallnz their Identity the long !' fume of red ant. yellow, made a tine
Mr"*. J G 8turnM Saturday Ue River. all of shirk will he used for sere mired to the dining room..here eat Thei were both fine ai colored gypsy keeping her Indentlty well She
from a moat pteaeaal Tilt to Key Harr) H Culbertcon baa redfnedhU grovt purposes sin Iwirhr* and roTe( and chocolate i qllallt! ). caused a great deal of fun telling the
West poolrioo\ with Ant bony.Romfh Co. I rake and dellrmu 1 Ice cream Wf'rf"t. :Mr Mill.a a Turk was good '' fortunes of the Turk. Japeneee. Chinese f

and "IH leave Friday for New Tork < red In abundance (he members of 1 1h. ".lr-)lnll: off the character to )perfect and especially of Rev Jenkins.
h Mrs Too Jov-t and Misses )lrry here he "lll to on the stage Mr' I Mr' H C. Milton who has for sometime .. junior class. er\lcc from 'he ,din flnn and causing i great that of merri and his wire SallyRefreshments :J t
tad Hanna Jones hare! gone: to Ctinilk Culbertton li (Ifled for this work and I put been engaged cm the ReyWest 1nx'able t werell Selmi Freedundl; u, eitcnulon. hat accepted a purl' ...
O hU friends "llf peed him with a and 1 ribs Haiti Tarpon ip'filjod -. us the ichess of Ualbornugh reported a very enjoyable time '7 ,
lth well known commitsbmhouse
the
lion "
wish for hU desired incccM a' !". rhocola'f! pot and coffee urn j
tf bearty i of C. C Cleroont. of Kantai y
Bradley fertilizers are the beat iI Pnr'ng the r,enlns Mln Eo! nor .y

l For sale by J. E. Lommoa Miami.Mr children will I I City, and will reflment tats firm .toting *-re\> n and hiss Mildred T.ijl-'r fur To Parents: School will Soon be Out!
Mrs A. H. Adams and the tomato teaion Last week ni.h"J pore beautiful muck and Miss''I ti'
leave morning for Baaford.nhpre hU hoix a
Y Saturday )II'' :Milton shipped to !
closed the
OaiM Carpenter "'f'1IIII".lth Ililtaiurei
I
John Garner of West Palm they will visit Mra. Adams 1 car off tomatoes 657 rratei. from .. two of her ua.lrp..1 : THC ,
Beach has come to Miami for the parents, before going to Jacksonville I Fort Lauderdale and her I were ai I
dimmer, and I* topping at HerU : and possibly to Macon on visits and fine aa hare gone out of Florida this id readingsThose
} y stir cottage with his sister Mr John olalag Mr' Adams at Las GalUe. forbort season Misses" Eleacor present Screven.were the kale Juniors Rue i I! Miami Conservatory of Music

Harrison before returning to Miami ,
a lime -
tell and Selma Freedlund and Mr Fred
1rt1111..1br the opening of the schools T* Locate Fire 1 Plug : Pine. the Seniors MiMe Alice Dill.llIdd ft
I i Will hold s special' $.mmer term May 1st t* Angus get hi VMlH.
Order a cue of eon risk deOver 1& BepteaUter. Chief Hardle. of the Miami Fire I ) Lottie : and
Ta.lor Maynard | Plan. Kindergarten and PrimerMval. *. Can er write fey ,......
Or shipped to yoa by tt* Miami Bott- Department la aa up-to-date official EUtelle DtRo<'h.n. :Miss King of FanLauderdale 1
r) Big Work, Xfgh Miami Fla. *tf far County CemmlralenerThe and always looking after the Interests I the guest of Miss tars and term A fine eppertttntty ftr the yevnf folks, Premise

Metropolis preeeaU today the of his department which U shown by i I the :Misses Carpenter :Menn. T.lor'l' Plaits supplied free, REGISTER EARLY fl

Mr'. and Mr*. Hick*. Mr' Peters, aid announcement of Mr. Chart W. MePhenoa. the fad that he now has each electric I Hall Bragg. Brows Calberteoa. : FRANKLIN COLEMAN RUSH Direct*. as Ttravflh Street
family aid Mr' Peter Nelson were of the Oral district (01county light pole nearest a fire plug painted en. Waldla. Kills Geiger. Hlckaoa ,
"famong Saturday nlgbf pasaTragwnj commlaatoaer. Mr. McPh- white and yellow, thai making It easy and Carpeater

hound for Key """t. son U a reliable aid coaadeatloaitlaea. few the direr of the apparatus to see
j 1
aid I* always found working fir* or ill block away Just where NEW AUTOMOBILE The Racket Store f
to the beat Utereeta of the county the ping are located.
I fOIl want fertilizers, consult J. E.Lnmmna H. would serve the offlc well aad ORDINANCE ADOPTEDAt

a&ftfor tt* old' reHabUj faithfully U aomlaaud tad elected.Twehr Express Company Oenereltyla

j f -. Bradley good s t a circular letter to the agents of a recess session of the city council !

I "hipped Car fill Tmte the Southern Express Co, President held Monday the new automobile I
Dr. J. M. Jaekaoa and Dr. 'J. H.i K_ Chase Co. eommladoafterchaat J(. J. OBrlea aid Iieaaii Yteo-PraaV I ordinance was the principal matter
F Mallett bar retaraed from the of this city report the ship teat C. U Loop. hare issued order' under conitderation. lid considerable '
meeting of the But Medical Aa. meat of twelve solid earloada'' of to- that coetrlbatlona of money clothingor time wag spent In dlacaailng the mea- I
matoft .wt week, far from Decry otter supplies Intended for the relief are I Picture Frames .A
three from Daala and two from Deer of aafferer la Baa Francisco and The ordinance .u finally adoptedand

Mn C. W. Gardaer. expect to eld. Wymaa and Boca Ratoa. Balance neighboring towns, may be carried after 1"11IlIcatlOll.m become a
free of charge wbea addressed to the law. li of tea
lv Saturday for Omaha to attend via mad ap at other pouts prertbri I speed
the annual 'coaveatloa of the Woodmen sad shipped to, their hova U lack'sosvtile 1 dty official or to regularly, constituted miles per hour during the day time,
This company ipcti U doa reflrt ofnartatlDBat! eight at sight tad four la turning
of the World of which orgaaltatioa -, .
large baalaee tll".eak..J.. ..* corn era.
she Ii I aa officer.Mr .
butting for their share of the hoe Capt Glass, H'rM. Maker The former ordinance declared la-
Madoto-Order
laeea.tpn. Capt. George daaa aa expert' hare ,slid, fixed the maximum speed overall '
Ear*** H. Dlmlek, who spent *
branch of the mile
** maker la every streets ol the city at eight
of last wk U \
e the greater portion Mattress far aiMpUg. Car trade, bat arrived la the city from per hoar
*
Miami looting after his political ins *
The Miami Spono Maura aaa HIP Spring and purchased aa later Alderman J. I. Wilson wa named .
left Satarday night for his horn
Ia a. WVat Palm Beach. pillow Company are sow making ap eat la tilt harness tad aaddlery boa- ai a committee ot cute to represent tnj
mattresses few the aleeptaf car mess recently bought by J. H. Tatum city of Miami at i meeting to b* held
..l Messy to Iou-MI-tMarwrt property. some of Ue r. E. C. Railway Compaay.Haadreda from Patoa Hick oa Areaae D beweea at Tampa for 'hi purpose of JlMuiirngaaaltatioa I if you have a picture of a loved one, a diploma -
of mattresses have beta 11th and llth streets Captain and the e-ndlcailoa of sari
,C. t. AAda. Oeeeant Or***, old to the railroad eompaar for aa Ian U well pleased with Miami and qultoe Mr' Wilton left for TampaThursday marriage certificate or anything of value
his of nightMeved ,
oa the Key Wet eUenaloa work. will more family consisting #
y Mr. T. N. Oawt1 '. candidate few Tosestiaatloa Their steamers tad hoipltaU have wife, daughter and son here from
sad election to the office been aralahed also aid sow come High Spring at an early' date and I PMtegraplt Gallery don't let it get ruined, have us frame it. The

*C county tax collector went ap to th order for eloping car, thai )rOy. make his future home heremorevlnj .
fort Lauderdale last Saturday: mora- lag that the sponge mattresses aid I
>\* lag to look after hlf political latorMt plllowt are glrlng splendid satldaatles I Ceurt Heoae Grounds |1 The small photograph gallery' owned cost is very small, when we do the work and

-*S ." 01...*. after several mouths of trial Under the direction of deputy sheriff by Chamberlain the photographer

fi}tt ----- .ad hard na*. Core who la also caretaker of the I,m the lot next to Bath Bafford the work will be done SATISFACTORY }
I being moved to day
Conservatory *
4 Captala J. F. Jaadoa. candidate fort court bout and 11'0II.' '". a force of ,
I about 30 feet from its fist
r Clerk of the Circuit Coon west t. Will "lld Siding" prisoners hare been at work for sometime to: a place
Went Palm Beach Saturday morning A report come from Buena Vista pest la lerellng off the fining locatloa.
natt old tad mate new trleada that Mr Parrott Urtt rlce-prealdeat around the northern part of the courthouse

_t"0. From West Palm Beach he and general maaager of the F. K. pure tad planting It la BevRuda There are many people who caa THE RACKET STOREW. 4
win visit Japltor tad Blurt before I C Railway has directed hat a aldlaj paIL Already a great Improve read buses nature la the II... of the
.Tetaralag, to Miami. track b* HUt at one at that place. meat I* shown bat It will be greatly laid They ton to their owe aatia-
Tbls newt la welcomed by the real- increased when squares, flower bed tactics what kind of a person carries

",.,; Xr*. John Gwlaaer, of Daytoea dents of Bdena Vista and vicinity u gad shrubbery hare bees made aadplaatod. the head There are other who caa
tJ\."same dowa last FrUay sight to joia they have xperteoc4 coatlderahl This work will b* dose a.Ia tell a man by the war ae hold hla ". Chtfte Son Agents. Miami, Hodd

her daughter Mrs L. B. Hatteld. tad trouble la tilt part la marketlag their early' date and a few mouths hence bead. Then are otter who can toll
together they left Saturday night for produce aid recelrlag supplies U any tilt heretofore dlagracefaQy alorea by the peamaaahlp what kind of a
Wilt to Key West. From that city quantity the moet of It having to a* grounds win b* moat larlttng aad pret- person h* ... and la each cut there U

they wilt go to Fort Worth.Texa tot handled through MlamL Now they ty. Mr. GOT deeerre credit for th* ranch tratt.
:. ,, a summer's sty win be able to hip their produce good work' he Idoing la Imprortng Did Joe ever atop to think that yom
-1I\ ----- direct from that place by ear load the property that die eouaty author- eaa toll a Ina by its advrtlalagT Burdine &
tt putt ar gotag to payout roar Iota or receive fertUUera *tc. la tilt tie* hare displayed suck 11U1 interest Study the ads la this paper tad you Quartennan ,
wi |wo4 flap for a **'*.fwij why at aaaM *,aaatlty.WHI ta beantlfylag.OHAOUATCS. will b* surprised how tnt to life tier ;
nl, Cat tt* '-". Otter sakes are Rood are. Thin U a bettor toil of oar a. tae,
bas w* data tar the BTAKDAJU aOtt Law' For t.r..* KNTIMTAINlOY ory than sly thing elee. You know
of otter ,aad .. THE JUNIORS the merchaata' tad you caa Judge bow
good qaalltlee maayaddlOowal I .. Caahy aid Meeaengerpromlaeat .
st I oae*. If you really ,waaltt coUhayra. who ban ben far wreeg we are.
.\ ***t maxftln made. can on'.* :guests la the city alaN early la tilt The member of the Junior claaa of Then art th* firm who have been n.

k' '- or let a* calla yoa. aad w* wfll tDabo4 eaaa, aid who har spent every day tilt Miami High School atartalaed la business a long dm aad have a fair
thorn.r of the put two month, except I.adaya. honor oT tilt graduating class Tueeday baataeaa at a good profit They are \
atlaied to let things take their course
la jibing about the bay oeeaji evening at the horn of Mra. 8. y. R.
met ad tell that they caa b* tons
-r" 'i Xr. Joe yimaaiea, formerly of this aad trtbatarie from tilt laaach yacht Carpenter oa tt* BoalrarC and their
at tile semi old place good
*tybot BOW pprosstW'the cigar lemlaoi. Captala Helakle are peeper The chief feature of the entertainment
the same a* usual to there la aoUM
batrtaee of his hrottara located. here. lag to ache their departara for the oldcountry was a progressive ppropoaj content are hence tJI.1rad
to change the reading, Goods
to Georgia. sad making his headquartn the latter part of the week. and If at the "eradal" momeat. stands the same an th* year and Dry
n at Macoa U la tt*. dty oa se They wlQ probably leer her Wedaeaday the young men aaked the fatal qnee- after .
.. t short visit to reladvee eM frtoada. morning going north via th* Uoa with u much aklll a* they did year There are year.other firm who make

%. Xr. Bmaale.mays ai.U.amjortat ex Inside route oa the Bemlaol to West last eight nreeea will surely be eaiaOoaa rung of price below the Ladies' Furnishings
-l es lest health aow. p,4 wffl' coadaae Palm Beach and from there direct their The contest was a perfect coat price tad when you read It you ,
_ ';0 to mak* Macoa his kom tadetaltely.r to New York where they will take surprise to all the tests *o there look at once for the hook for Joe know I
steamer for UverpooL Mr. Cull was ao time for preparation. Ml** lID Fine
It I* a halt becaaae no maa raa Millinery
city tae
; Visitor to attracted by bat planned to return her agali Battle Carpenter eiplalaed that aa good below coat unlen h* mhke. Aup
...'t the splendid window displays mad early seat season and remain antfl the seniors were about to leave school some other' way. .' .
by the local merchaata. aa< which late tprlng, and take their place la social life There I* the firm with (he catch
\wqaal. those of aay city both la art that they mutt be prepared for It la sentence "W want your money.- i
tic arrangement sad dlga u wen An Inviting Resort every way possible and line the That was a fool thing to advertise tad ,
a* la the vain tad variety of the The Metropolis U la receipt of a young men preeeat could sever learn th* way It was run showed the fin ,
'article* ahowm. Oa gentleman, a handsomely illustrated pamphlet dcrltlTe younger, they too could profit by the was new IB the advertising Bell It
-, aorthera dry good BMrchaat hates of Mount Meeaahga House Tenlag practice was run until everybody wa* tired I
t Tory pronounced la his praise of the aDd Cottages, at EUeaTflle, N. T. Then each of the tea young ladle and the papers did not want to print I '
5 display mad by merchants la their and owned by Mr, U. E. Tenrlllg were given a card bearing a number It any longer Then that firm madea
L windows. A Boa, the former baring spent 1M corresponding to a pair' of chair arranged change of front tad advertised that I Most line in the
t ----- put several seasons la Miami a guest through fir* room. Each they would fin any order made to the complete city.Mail .
: A contrfbatloa entirely anexpected at the Baa Carlo Hoel. lid owning young maa received a card with ten catalougne house for I cent tea than V
""" aad therefore all the more appreciated mach valuable property here. Mr Ter numbers on It and at the ringing of It could be delivered from Chicago. Orders Promptly Filled. I
-1, '. ,waa brought to the city Monday by wfilger. 1* here now and daring the a bell the game of heats commenced Everybody aald It could not be done
r'CalL. J. X. Key from Rockdale. and put season added greatly to hi* already The time was limited to three mln but the firm made good their promise:1
delivered to Mayor Bewefl. for tile beaefit large property 1IoIdl.... Th ate but It was quite long enough for and that U always the teat of value of:
..): '. of the California auffera. Th Mount Meeaahga House and cottage I rejection or acceptance adverting Their ads have beea ol
conation consisted of tilt magalBceat are situated about one haadred mlle Tea proposals going on at once Ai the kind that It take very little effort:
sum of ITJ7S, tad wa raised sacs( from New York City at a very alg I each young man progressed from on for the mind of the observant Intelligent
the small handful of settlers sad altitude aid surrounded by forests, number to the nest higher be had the reader and buyer' to see thai:1I
1 workmen at that place each oaa freely streams aad otter natural scenery' thai: honor of asking for the band of each they are up to late tad leading l li I Bardine & Quartennan Miami Florida.

and gladly chipping la his make It act of the moat tarlttac o t Of the lovely glrli At the end 01'I their 1I11t.XIAXI. ,
4s Bach charitably disposed people u I the many Inland resorts of that grea I the progression, a ballot was takea HARDWARE COMPANT."We : .
these win! always succeed. State. the girl voting for the man thai want your money I tiy



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,. For Tax Collect/ ,. 'o he Democratic primary and T is
To the Voters of Dad Coast: ail tappo of an my friendsRespectfully

Political l I hereby announce myself at % candidate .
for rcnomharton to the offlce W J \\11 IOn. t
of County Tax Col eto*. subject to, -
the action of the r Jiocratlc Pitman FOR CONSTABLE
Announcements :10 t be !bell Mar 14. 1106. Tenth District GroatClearaoceSa-Ie

r N. Oaatter I ...1... hit DBol o* anoounclngc

COMMI.SIONI"- < ef a tacit tae for the office of
FOR COUNTY
"......N'....... un WI.h,.. scud,.. Second Distrist eosstabe: tor tat Tenth district ..n b i
.. ject to the action of the DemocratI .
-
'I\ nr .n. sot after. tie Irrw Friends of Wl:Ham Helm announcebl I
Crag I'ri.arw. ,n tir 14 nn nry'n.t I Brtmar) election to be held MalJ"ffl >
t 'l..r lie IW' Wi kl Mrtropn *c candidacy for county commissioner !!
>>06.
:: : i iSAMUEL {
uri. b".rb the IN.Ir. a.d *. .J *< from the Second district. subject to th '
......11. tor etc seePeeltlv.ly : ROCNDTRKK. AT
action of the Democratic pnt atlee.Mr. .
..........cre... .,i1b. Helm la a successful business -
....... .._ acC '1 I man enthusiastic for good road. a i ifirstclass FOR CONSTABLE
4' s civil engineer, tad veil'i I I I Tenth District
equipped to fill the office I hereby announce myself u a candidate
for the office of constable atIlt "
Fee Rsarssssitatlve FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER Tenth Justice District of Dad

To the People of Dad County Firs District county. subject to the Democratic primary BURDINEScontinues ;

At the request of Meads, aad with i! I respectfully aaaouace myself u and tat the support of all fay
a OMir to serve yea ta the State LgUlatare .1 I. caaJidate for the one* of county Mends Respectfully.
I aaaovace myself a caadl i commissioner for tie First District Jot* F. De.." .
f date for this offlce nbject to the Democratic s abject to tie actloa of the DejaeeratIc 9t
primary to be hU ta May primary of May It. FOR MEMBER COUNTY

I respectfully solicit the support ei Harry DuBois BOARD OF EDUCATION
the people of Dade eooaty. aad, Itelected. Jupiter, flu .
I win faithfully aad Impartially I To the People of Dade County: with renewed interest and vigor.
discharg the Jatiee of tie otaoa, FOR COUNTY COMMIMIONK Urgeat request for use of my aaan

aad win do all la my power for roar I tscend District at the coming Democratic Primary We add number of '
best Interest not welfare I trust to To tie Democratic Voter ot DadeCounty a* candidate for membership la tie a important items to those already mentioned '

hare the pleasure of meeting Wen vot : county bout ct public lastnetloa, s
at aa early date aad discuss all I hereby announce myself u a candidate finds me not well equipped either u

public uestloas ... daa fully my I for tie office of Coaaty Ooasaklssioaer partlsaa or as office-seeker Bat It U
position la reference thereto. from tie 8004 DUtrletof true that I hare had some experleaeeas

I recognise the fact that a ,..WSeoIIee j Dade county subject to the wffl aa educator; and If. aa such. the 20 dozen ladles' '
Is a pahHc trust, aid ahoalUyoa of tie Democratic fours u iprsssj people wart my- service la the modestbut gauze vests taped neck: Yard wide unbleached Domestic

r boner me with your ,vote I winhighly i I.t tie coming primaries.Paal. I Important office Indicated I kaow and sleeve worth anywhere Lj 20 yards to each customer for........... $1 1 "

e, appreciate roar coaaMeace aad C. Jones I of ao nffideat reason tot refmatng ten cents now 4 for. ... .......-. c
I'w U be loyal to your Interest.Respectfully.. I Weft Palm Beach, na.II this senrtce. I do not feel the tare 12 yards Lonsdale F M
.I' i I of offlce. and I caa not eoatead for orget- e-
,
$1 1
20 dozen ladies'
O A. Worley II FOR COUNTY: COMMISSIONER office; but I stand ready to respond gauze vests 25c Not Bleaching for........_. ....._._.__._....
First District I to say reasonable t4uet to setre. worth 15c, now 3 for.---. ............ '
I I bereby anaoance myself aa a candidate The rest Is up to '011.
Fee R
rssenUtlva
I hereby aaaovace By candidacy for tie office of county commitaiooer W. W. Tart 12 dozen ladles' gauze vests 25G Great Line of Shirts Sacrificed

for the poattloa of Rrprsssatstrrefrom from tie Pint District of DaJe Miami. flA. April 1L worth, 2oc now 2 for........ ... ..___.....
f Dade Coaaty To foe I aahaon county. subject to the decision of tie We have a broken hue of Cluet and
t the ,...u_ of mj qaalUcattoaito > comlnf Democratic primaries. FOR MEMBER SCHOOL BOARD Ten dozen assorted Turnover collars In Monarch shirts ia attached and de 1L'

-r represent. foe la tit eapadty U Stuart Fla. Chas W. IfcPhcreoa. Tie friends of J. R. AIII'II011',8r.. black, white, blue and pink, worth tached n<<.. Also coat shirts which
I aomteated at the DemocraU attmary 25c we offer
we to close ia
his 25 to 35c for...... TWO LOTS
and elected at the geaeral eleedoa .I hereby present name as a candidate now two .m t

Hake shall "devot' aad the&7 welfare beet effort aad aahaOeVtag toro yoar FOR COUNTY Firth District COMMISSIONER I l Instruction for member from o" the the Board second of Public district One assorted lot of silk and wash stocks, Lot I I. Cluet attached and detached cuffs ,

of Dad eoaaty shall recelr my I I hereby announce my candidacy tot of Dade county, subject to the worth thirty-five to seventy- I and coat shirts priced 1.50 t
I action of the Democratic primaries 25G I 20
earnest considerattoa.Beaveetfany.. renomiaatlOB to tie once of CotCommludoaer
tie h five cents your choice for.... .. .. and 200. now .__..._..._._.....h___.
subject to scUouUdt ,
I
.: J. W. Watsoa.Fer Hof tie tic Democratic support of prtmarr.my D taeoratl omcui COUNty Twenty five dozen ladies fine linnene 'I Lot 2. Monarch attached and detached

; Oem' ef the Clrwrrt Ce n I Meads hemstitched handkerchiefs put up 3 in cuffs worth 125. now +

To the Democrsilc Voters of Dade E. O. TwaedeU. DEMOCRATIC CALLA a, box and worth 10 to I 15c at--------------------------------------90C

County. : I FOR COUNTY'COMMISSIONER' This sale per box h. ..... h .. 15c I '
: I hereby areeeat sty sac t.voters the I

as la the caadVlsta coming tar.Democratic clerk of primary the 'I To tie Voters District of Dad Ne.Coaaty* : 100 lawn and silk baby caps at half price Special. Shoe Announcement] ) Ml f

etrealt exert for Dade eoaaty. I hereby aaaouae aayaelf u sera meeting of the Dad County Democratic I Keith's r
Bering added here for' tveatylvayears I, didat for rao Halos to tie otteeof ; Executive Committee was ,.1.1 Lawn and percale rappers 95c45c Konqueror( 3.50 and 4.00

I lavlte taqulry aad lavestltatloa County Commlssloeer U DistrictNo. st Miami Ma, oa the 14th Jay of worth 1 1.50 now..... .-. -.. ---...- -.. t We
of those, who do not know me personally 1. nbject to tie actloa of tie March 104 pursuaat to adjournment.The are exclusive agents for this famous shoe
u to my repataUoa u a etttsea. Democratic primary election! to be follosrlnc call for a primal} Lan Klmonas and sacques For style Ct and service this hoc has ao sa

my r* ord u aa official la year* I hold May lithe IK*. I, election was adopted towlt: worth 75c now.......-... ....... ...-.....- -a pcnor hoc and few equals. JUST RECEIVED
new
S past aad my fitness aa* eostpetaaeyfor T. A. WUneld. I Notice U hereby gins that there in aU the late and popular styles
the offlce to which I uz% I I will be a Democratic Primary Election
J If elected I promise fair aad courteous FOR COMMISSIONER held In the several elections districts
treatment .. every dtliea at (hehands District Ne. ITo I' of Dade county Florida, oa 1
r of every penoa connected: with I i the Democratic Voter of Dad I May, 15th IXX. sal If necessary oa W. M. Burdine 316-318 Twelfth StTaylor
the oma.i I County: June 1%. 1MK. for the nomination of .
Soliciting the support of every voter I I take this method of announcing all Democratic candidates State and
,+ wbo considers me competent aad cap I my candidacy for the offlce of county County, to be voted for by the Democratic

able. I am respectfully commissioner from District No. S. subject I electors st the general election .
Eageae a Dtmlck. to the action ol the Democraticprimary to be held November (th. 1N> ,
West Palm Beach. fla.Fer I On account of being ettgag I 11iej and to be appointed by tea DemocratIc Clerk: H. B. HoJxes. Pol
t la vegetable growing will be 1mI I Governor of the State between the lag place school house
,
F Clerk ef the Grosse CenrtBelltTlng I possible for me to make a personals date of holding such primary election Precinct No Inspectors: J. I. !
that my services for tbS s I .... of the cent ty, my crop ..1 and the holJInc ot the primaryelection. Hud,., D. Cassel any J. W. Pierce.

put fire years u Chief Deputy la WCourt I mandlag my aU.at.oa just at this A. D. 1909.I I Clerk: J. M. UmsteaJ Polling plat'*. iaBjssmBiRealEstateBargains
a offlce of the Clerk of the Circuit ,I time This being the case I earnestly I The following officers art to be nom Rouse'r storePrecinct

qualifies me for the position I herewith nrg sll my friends to Jo what they lasted at said primary election to :No' T Inspector: W WUsrsnall. .
r respectfully announce my candidacy ,, can la my behalf. R L. Wall I wit: Ed. T. King and Ker.y,

for Clerk of the Circuit Coan.11I11jeet : 1 Representative In Congress. Second Bryan Clerk: R. A. Brysn. PoUlntf
S I to the approval 0: the FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONERMh Congressional DistrictS pure: Stranahan store

t cratic primary 0.1D0.1 District Justices of the Supreme Court Precinct :No' Inspectors: J. B. alfer a few choice ara crtJca far tic
Lanes. Mr Kirk Muaroeor Cocoaaat Grove 1 Railroad Commissioners W off ord. JV Ives and J. A. Harp. MM 10 dogs:
having been unanimously nominated 1 Member of the House of Reprcseatatlves. Clerk: J. H. Gibson Poling place a fe4ews.
; for county commissioner by a mass school bone.Precinct .
Fer Cewrty Clerk
meeting of eiUxeaa. w* hereby 1 Clerk of Court for 2 let;" S0 150 en' paved attest" In fine
To the Democrat of Dade Coaaty: announce Circuit uses ":o. Inspectors: Paul part ef city seen.. ....147100

I-i I take this method of aaaoaadagV action of his the candidacy Democratic subject primary.to Mr.toe plrej 1 Connty term Assessor of Taxes Matthews. U Foraell sad J. I. Peters 1 let on 10th street near A_ C. a kl, Bargain at ... .. .... .fMO

my caadldacy for the Office of Cot h Mnnroe ha been Clerk: J. A. Danghtry Polling 1 let* en' Fifth street" sach. ........... .. .. .
. Clerk .... to th. actloa of the a realJeat of 1 Tax Collector. place, school honse ... ... . ... .frtrora

I-*- Democratle primary aad wHl appre-. I I during county which for more time thaa h* Las sway Da.1 1, County County TreasurerS Commissioners.. I Precinct No. Inspectors: T. L. Howe and let en' Third creel S e.ont.t" flee '1..., eeey term, |1SO) VOnehalf

e w tree date pre easy me.npport Oat Respeetfany.my frtaada. I, unflagging seal la the cause of 1 Members of County Board' of Public Townley.Patterson H.Clerk Dale: R.Miller B. and McLeadosu-8. L. let en' Twelfth Street fee ....... ... .... .. .. .. ..... *MM OTMP |

X. T. MerrULFer roads, sad has steadfastly promoted I Instruction. Polling' place Fair building. Elegant Mmt If'I' titli street..... ........ ,.. .. .ff .... .. i4000 tRiverside
I every worthy Interest of_ oar great 1 Supervisor of Registration | Precinct No. Inspectors-: B .S.
f '1 eoaaty Therefori w* act for him 1 Member of the Dads County Democrstlc -

Cetawty Clerk the hearty suppdrt ef all good dtlsea* Executive Committee for Pre- Potter .Andrew Clerk: Harder J. W.and OaJlawsy JaeksoaPeacock. I[ lets are" selllnf rapidly, but w* have a few ihslssleft e.es
With fall aprrecutioa of the high st the coming primary Nos. 14 ud 7. respectively. i
honors asked tor aid promising faithful (Signed) W J. Shoe. Iciest I .. of the Peace and 1 COB-I Polling pace Stone's old store | st the feilewlnf prices: % rtj
pertormaace of duties If elect.d.b I Precinct No. Inspectors: I .TStephens. I
B. 8. Potter. stable In such districts ss have vacancies *
II
have the honor to aaaouaee myself a 0 candidate for the sea of Clerk of the
Circuit Court ot Dad. Coup aad aaktor Committee. 1 The Flab rules sad Came governing Waraea.said primary I i place Tweedells Hall j Inside lets en' Twelfth Street... .... .... .... .... ......t1000 t

I? Uth.your vote la the J primary. r Jaadoa.of May'' FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER election shall be tie name as those I ,Oosimsn.Precinct Wm.No. Anderson 1 -Inspector aad*J.Henry Car Inside lets en' other streets.. ... ...... .. .... ..... ......S7ItI >|t

Need District sdoptej by the Democratic Executive } I Corner lets en' ether street" ... ... .....
*
tello. Clerk: H. A. Proctor. Polling .. ..... ..... .|1flooRsmember
; To the Voter of Dad. County: Committee at their meeting held In : ;
Fer Cetjirty Clerk Ii I I hereby announce myself I I place, school house I
aa a eat ,I Jacksonville on February 24. 190 for Precinct No. Inspectors: WJL
take this method i isnysetf Jldate for nomlaatkai to the office of State Primaries, far that water
of I
i announcing I governing so as ,Scott R. BlackweUer and J. F. Saxon sewer lights, pevlnf and street ralrwcy will
u a caaJldat for the offlce couaty eommlssioaer la District No. 2. the same shall be applicable to the'
of Clerk of Court for Dade Coup i subject to the action of the DelDoeru..l County Primary Those and only Clerk. storePrecinct: J.. R. Horn Polling pla.ee.8oJlOII' sll a* dawn there hi the *.' sixty days '-j

subject to the acUba of Be Democratic ic Primary Election to be i i1Kb those persons shall be permitted to become h
No. IS-lupeeton: M AMarshall.
primary F W. Has.a IK*. Oeo. B. Baker. candidates before or vote .t. or
: S. U. Alaabrook sad A.C.

1' Fir Cevnty Treasurer" FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER primary participate electk In the>nwbo management declare" their o* said adhereace :Front Clerk: R. C. Stanley. Polling
F | place, school house tIty
To the Voter of Dad District Ns 4 the J. H.
Cash : to principles and organisation Tatum &
I The voting shall be by ballot oa Co.
f_ Having beea UeaOled with Dade j I The Meads of A. Lee AH* desires of the Democratic P.rtnatlOD-- ,tickets furnished by the State and ,I
county alace lug having doss th* place his acme before tie rotor 51. State aad county, who are by the County( Executive Committees, and at
very heat I knew how u an halve I of Dad. Couch for the office of Cow laws of the State lawful electors ot ,the close of such elections, the Inspectors I

aal ddsea to make It a prospr-ta I Ir ty Commlssloacr. nbject to the aetloa the election districts In which they ( seed clerk shall proceed" to ear I
'
eoaaty. having lived at hot* sib of tile Democratic primary elecUoa seer to vote who have paid their poll ass the vote la accordance wtth,the ,
of the county aaj havlag tiled a to be aU May II. IV*. taxes legally due not less this tea ,, ,State law. sad shall at once forward I ,-
I i public offlce ao that the ... days before aid primary eleetloa, nd I
people > & the, returns to the Chairman of the vote for each county otBee aad la aster Our Loedea
2 kaow whether I do *e eoaadeaOoaa- FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER. wbo ..allwhen challenged by an elector (County Executive Committee I what case a second primary win lowing Instructions once cable fol ? Y
b. I sow.cer aiyaetf. a raadldat District. "'. 4 pledge la writing upon oath, before I I have to be held. doa la : Draw oa Loa "' .
The the
be of
assessments to paid by payment
for tile dee of CMaty Treasurer The frteada of J. J. Belly auoaoe i any Inspector to abide by sad various cssJUates, shall be u fol- W A. Filer.Chalrmaa.. Subscribe BT* thonsaad revogalied elal.. ..,"
ukject to the Democratic primary. ,him u a caadldato for Couaty Coav support the result of such prlm.r',... :owsReprrscntanve: .rL' ,for suff.> /. .."
I aeed spry velathat I can get aad I tsalatloaer la District No. 4 ...led support the nominees thereat Attest: Ceo P. Bull, ;.:
.... ......I UN This
t trust that my frleads whether ta the to the actloa. of tie Democratic Primary. The polls snail be opened and closed Secretary comply ss you possibly know f i..
'(Clerk of Circuit Court ...... .. 114.50Tax I* ,the largest
la the.
city or eoaatry will sot st the several election i I world doing
forget meoa districts at the a
I ... .
I Assessor .. .. .. 7I.M Ore Insurance
the day of the la business. It Vies-w. ...'
primary retara hours fixed by the general electloa *
FOR TAX ASSESSOR : : Tax Collector .. . .. .. TS N INSURANCE COMPANY I omee assets '
for which 1 avals. If'elected The totag over eighty arflioa<
I law named .
wtl To tie Democratic Voters of DUeeoa.I7 following persons ,County Treasurer ,. ..... Tl.0* I sad from the shove .AU
pertana the duties of the GAVE FIVE THOUSAND I telegram, wBlsee
offlce
are hereby appointed Inspectors aad you
: (County Commissioner . .. II." that c
e u much courtesy accuracyi .\ I clerks for the several electloa dietrlcts ; not one dollar of their Called ,
I win be a caadldate for Member Board Public Instrae. II MJistlr I States
reaomlaatloa will
promptness a* I give to I c-=: ssseti be touched to '
a-y prtvriebuslaesa at tie coming Democratic prhaary : of the Peace . .. i.M John W. manager of the the losses In Bas Francisco pay
..
0. Q
Carrie. for tie office of Tax Assessor sad respectfully Precinct No Inspectors: N. H. ,Constable . . . . I.M Chase A Harney Ere. accident sad 'j J Halter HIlliaM. e
Parts, H. E. and B. I Assist Special
O.
Stypmann i'
solicit your ,n' for the Roehester
"'ear Cewnty: Treasurer Rail Clerk: Curd Schroeder Polling '- has German lasursnce -
support Supervisor of Registration 5.M' Siren the following information .
a To the Voter of Dad Coaaty: I place Balls storePrecinct t I Co. a I vises as that he has> c'.
of the
All candlstes tie r.cardl.c two
to
I are required a mmpanles reprvxniclny r"r..ln.I I
. C j I hereby announce myself aa a .... FOR CONSTABLE I No 1 Inspectors: Frank' ,written application to have his name them ..., harts Instet In a telegram from the. coa t
dilate for reaomlaattoa to the Bowers P. Kltcben and E. C. Miller. pant.ding Af'er paring all es- er
offlc Tenth .
District 'b Hl .
x appear upon the official ballot oa the'' greet lrr at San Franr: eo tlnla..1 Insves
i of gouty Treaaarer. subject to the 1 I hereby announce myself ss a caadldate Clerk: James Hepburn Pouts I ,, place.O'bool i blanks furnlnhet] bv: the committee Vquov 1 brlow from altlces recelte 1 Is In.. San Fr.larll'O. ourlonuanr '
senor! of th. Democratic ( hoj e. p" rf "ly' *olr n' Ten
Primary for the office of i ,
constable of ,accompanied with the fits above set <| from Mr E Croivrr. Jacksonville
4 election to be held May Uth. IMC the Tenth Justice District o' DaJe I Prlnrt No Inspectors: Frank I|forth wl'h foo p. Bail of OJus, Fl.. Fla: e.n.al l ao' of the Sor' Rei' .rat'u.lo..s'assure custon. c, an-I I pick forTh
C. H Ranleraoa. county. subject to the nits of the Democratic Shrrn. Joel A. Den and Dan Cot .,
:MrrcantlU
1 Pctrrtarr; and I Trrasurer o the Count i At t latarance r<>nipaa\.
+tt Miami Fla t'otf'rI. at the coming primaryfieri trove: Oprk: T. J Campbell Poll. ,i" Pn'." r.ulc C\Jmmlf'f.: on or before .If I.on.Inn .
r at : old engine house c.O.rlne 'r1t\k. Magnolia
Fer Tn Cellecter Ion W H. Morris p.ae. ( rjjp :" 'b! !'M of Kpill A. D I** "n In -" -;1' r''i.r'loolas! and, )I' tern-- '.....1 I in
4 Inrtnct. Nj:' 4-Inspectors leasethe Tb' .'"niic-atlr (County Executive! -. "ii C' h. n "',*,, r h. N=" r'hit '.rlu! from 1\. .port lea ,
I hereby announce mrsclt U a can FOR CONSTABLE v. J I. Garoett aDd F. W. (([ounil: :;" sbt"! meet on'MonrtaT May ..j".1 I \I"i .n I..' I.iunco. r'., f ..-h.y. .I ,, .W..st. wi a heavyrfi
:- \ dilate for the offlce of -p -It -.hi l
tax collector Tenth District Pi::.. CI..rk l Coif, n Pence '' "' .,. ., run for bc. -
Polling tnl. '
; .
rnun ,
;;(i. at 11' 01 House f 'I" 1 t i'>- .' ..." :, I
of Dad C'01IIItaa1lJtoct to the actloa I hereby: scnounce myself: as a 'C.D' I pta;P. I'.), ttrs I'acting; House. i ir In' Stnn:: '!. 'rI'a: i It", .n'y C4B ." t- lea a: number of .' .
of tbs Democratic primary didat: for the offlce of Cots:able In -crlnc* No Inspec'ors: r. M. So..h'' '#':tcr.o .,.r I .I lee:ae wha ''I.... .. n'" :rat: I' -"(h. from the laUady
Thomas J. Bardee. Tenth District of Dade, snb- .. .... art dltKharglsghlr! tot
county MrRa.' T J Harznnl) ml I. B M irot na-ed'y a aiajor .: .a' he foot of Arena D. A .


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THE MIAMI MIT"OPOLIiIfIUDAY, APRIL 27, IK*
PAGE SEVEN


SPRING TROUSSEAUS 'MIAMI HIGH SCHOOL 1 ion In payment for the same The him that he had cashed two otJacebt''k. ,i

t COMMENCEMENT Timothy Millar check he said, belonged bearing Xr1&n..'. name

L I to a friend who could not .lurln the day. one at Anthony-

The baccalaureate; sermon with accompanying 'rite, and who had given him It to Rom fa's for 114 14. and the other at
d ARE NOW THE PROBLEM cnirncerneni .,h. Seventy four dollar ,
; exercises opened com In cash D R Knight's for 144 U both checks
I week In the :Miami High '*as found on his person ant h. wasvery being forgeriesThis

School! at the auditorium Sunday night tiling to refund the amounts he morning Butler was arraigned

: I little coat of tbe blue poplin trimmed Ret \\' W FarU who delivered! the I Had secured from Mr Cohen and Mt.Fltnron la the municipal court and turned

I I with lace banding The back !had a I sermon, made a high!} elevating ana I which he did. over to the county authorities. The e t

: CONFRONTING THE PROTECTIVE seam at the centre and bad to I powerfully; eloquent address to the asembl Putting him through the "rack" :Mar officials ha i>-a clean case against '
Jatter80D. As E itATTORNEY'S plaits at each side of the front the I> > and the graduating class H* chat. Hardee secured a confession from .him. +

AT LAW. RIDES SOME OF THE COSTUMES. fulness below bring pressed Into a took ai hit text "The Two Sams." !car

I the lower and the clo. c Samuel and Sampson tot held the
plait to etde ,
t/1upMbl all-"l......M P....Ml.1.1Y.I : CLOTHS AND FASHIONS several
tog Is made at the center which could I hundred people present In tb.rOtIut Florida East Coast
.. MI.sIse.s.mtsI is.4 pst2s M Railway.
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be formed to rerers A stole facing and most Interested( attention
... one.. MOSTLY SOUGHT
earned at tbe center of the back follows -
POoaoa_. MtomU Pi.. {
the neck and front edges The His words the
cloning 'o
graduates
CJlU'I& I full elbow /leetes sere of one seam were close to their need for the future Local I Time Card No. 66 Ig Effect April li, MM.
L E.
D' cut finished at the lower edge wiii! Hi Ing after receiving (the diploma I

: Men York. April It- There ire to 1, pointed bands and frills of lace 1 *, and brief In aa outline for their SOl TII.IOC D-U'O: D1." MDIiTB.SOV' D-RfA1IF.

/ DENTIST. min) of there dar girls who are jut i; A bride who could own several upright example In dally routine = =--= = coo.

Oita .. .well ...w,.,. es T.etlb I now making Dot toe gnat dec- walking dresses had her travelingsuit The musical features were excel .. ... tt 'T. t-, I h T/ De. .. '
lit...to on. but the ODe secondary to the' made of ere and white overI I I.DI11.: .. Zellv) sang Gounod's difficult 'aw, D.11. N 01 r _.wt ll
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IIUIIL FLOIBDA.g I greater what hall 1 hare la mjr I checked cheviot made with a circular I anj classical "Oh. Divine Redeemer :a .l''''; ; h '''"'Il: 1 1"11I -
'Ito asp. t Jvm +.uls..rt.xrra: T lV. .'..
anyone' skirt boi-plalt panel and L'I I ;
/' trousseau' It U bard for having a gave It much expression ; t'Tm I rem +t l ren4Le 1 tsp. Isom
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five absolute In such matter ei- tend from belt to foot front and n'l j i and :Mr and Mrs J M Harrll.DuDeell.t. 1 slpm II list 110"."" .._ I kpu S stuf

r. ATCK80R. apt they know the amount of montr I and the side sections trimmed si the < ., sang the new revival apm-, II \'.. ter Psi.tas--- -- I Apt --
: ...
t &1'roo.. r--- ::P.Wla :: Tillpt
to be spent the social obligation that lower edge with nuns folds The 1 1 song, The Lord' Business They ,. 7 4.' .. II ..... L. hlstba, Ap I W /ham
ATTORNEY AT LAW."s.'vssr"1 1'1'111 fall on the future bride and her ] Eton Jacket was a plain affair cut infancy have cultivated, full strong voice, t _.V. ._. -as : :._ Le --
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-et _aile. / future residence; bat we will fire ai outline. Short three-quarter and sang without an accompaayment j -- -
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&_ sleeves collar all I /.as U tip: Lo-- Busse.i.. ..... Le TlopmS
general a letter ai poeribl which : flat ant fancy vest Other than these two fine *.Iec-I| m' .
t revue Is Otto Irp ii .p. :: buprr : 0 Usme -
-' Is MwsU, U41M-- will fvt be of tome kelp to the jaell'mellt depending upon the machine stitchingfor lions. the large choir made up of I i sp. a Irp I ". ._ '--s .. .". l.p I I.em .,

MIAMI FLORIDA of our bride. There are a few decoration. With the suit was 1 members from the various churches = = : Up a'p I! : rues=a...... .5; ::: /gem 1 rsm e 1
dresses that belong exclusively to the worn a cream silk blouse and grey In the city, furnished the music Mr. ao Up.. I I ep. A'_ :row ..,na II,. 1 Isa.II .

wedding outfit and to which ever chip turban trimmed with cream Joyner. pianist er. asp Ar'-= taY.k.l...- I IDpm '
Dentist II 1..m Np us....Uq _. l'L. U erpm 1 Mess .A
QILLESPIEENLOE, bride gives much attention pompom and grey velvet bow Reverends N. B. Fuller, L. D.Low. I f i 1 S ,
Ix..n l try Jwaetkm
Perhaps It U natural that every In the traveling bag should be another H. O. Port.r.11,'. E. Stanton ana- .}:: : spt-t.-!I "" x..a.a' -..i.II\ :... or.. p

. omcs 800u: girl should want a real wedding dross skirt, perhaps made out of aa Rev. Chlthold. and Prof W. w.Halt i Ny. : Irp. 'hI Shit.. ". -. : mm 1 .M
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tsFrIsUMM.Muu1r.5. ,BM task Dot a pretty house dress or aa extra old or If new, might be ot one of the were seated on the stage during the Ilp. l p A' -- Tir..elli. L.1 I msm- a

t pm LU DZNCR tU SUMMBMtvmMMIAMI. gas traveling eult. but a real fine pretty Slcllllennes or ot serge In dark evening.On 'r= ': Ii = -ta, ---t. "V;r.1 I's we. II 1-:

FLOBtDA.B. wedding gown which the cam pat away good A number ot pretty blouses Thursday evening the following 'Trio.iNn! L.... :-- Tuu..si1 _: : -a'I:: : ?=: ,
.i a momento of the romantic Joy will be necessary and aa odd jacket program will be carried out: to Slam I I .. h".vr ... : : t .
n u s._ 1 It,. I :.rt'M.. __ I apm 2 1..01uen
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oat day ot daya. preferably of tan or mode cover Music-Blscayne Orchestra. VT'm .... .. r.-i..alto. .. tl.7p a r..
$ '. IL&flX8, JJL D. for the girl who cat afford It there cloth. This will be a saving to the I Clare History Estell ChrUtta 1 Apm I i" .)1.1_'". .. I I7 hp 11r.ra
1 IWI ao,.. ................_.._._ 11I. 11 1ma ,
are at hand beautiful materlali In sill new dress and also keep her from Des Roell.n. ski ...... I, .. ....._..m__._... 't ..._. .... -- .. $4 __ 11 _11 J ,
B Op.thSs< and lace, which are made .pecla1lT' that conspicuous newness of clothes -Music Blscayne Orchestra I I __ 1 lap __ .rM 1'1_ Mle bn.s It.1. Utm

s.i Omcs: ten. I\"A"'C: or thla event Most of the nuptial I which write "bride" all over her. Class Prophecy Mildred Rives 1 I1.aapm-.. rpm. 1 t f .-. ... ... .. TlbMll&F..... .-. ."-.. _.- .. 101 r._. II It Iss hem ,
j.c aura made In princess style which Catherine Hana-Paxaat Tylor. I cam rip I .' .l.e t'to umu
team MU.J gown are I I : Sham : Its +Is.rl. ....:::..: i U... :: = '
Ti = I with lu loot train may be wore by I Mu.lemaea.at Orchestra.: 1 Ism vp !lobes.. Las
the shorter and stouter woman to MIAMI IS BOOMED Class Poem Lottie May Maynard. I, /.rm ; : .'.ieaspnm.: ... ._ .. I ; I... :: = Z
a Isam 1 Ltp. "... fair.e.eI .._. I o Sp.5cm .
whom the princes without these accessories .Y THE TRADE RECORD 'alt'dlctorrAlice Jane Ellis. Illy : It"rs.. : = 15Ipm
JOB B. rUOXKICI, of loot line and length I Friday night' exercises will be: i' mu I 1 Stem 1..1., II na. 1 Use y

ENGINEER would be completely barred. Th Music Biscayne Orchestra I ': eam I tapm : : l I.slmdsl.::: T ::: ; rem ,
CIVIL The Dally Trade Record of New York itaa tp.. ....... "I I Spm r
rains are extremely long but of an I "Right Training" the Motto for Mi 7 "'... I..brp n.I.a4.t. 7 -. T __ TT
SURVEYOR.PMM under date of the 21st. of the ,
AND says _. Leers
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M standout 10 irym "'OJ f awm I.pTfrm
I made to ..mlW.. Hall
Fvtmtav ordinary width and \1 Inert and progress now 10 .",. .H '''..1. ... __t. f a.. T.spetam .
= PMM.tar MM*. 4 Lam. by means of under ruffles of *Ukj i Music Biscayne Orchestra !i! _._.. IN: )1I..l_... 'it, aepm '
Miami-a deserved appreciated ._..._ ...... ., .
0-.. .... .......,., or muslin plaiting I true statement: ba.1 The Jew In Literature LottU May to arm .5;: II. :L. I tl apm

FLORIDA.C A beautiful town was of *aggeat I I "Miami Is Just at the close of Maynard. InN rsrt..t C.n"n t.......:1..1 1 !:uIU......Con w t-O..t"....1..
eceur" satin trimmed with laN embroidered -j i exceedingly prosperous season. The Music Biscayne Orchestra | : tr.I.sasmsda'
with silver thread. The I The Power of Ideals-Mildred Rlvev
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LUCSKOBlr I tourist travel wa the heaviest la the ( 13 I a s
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princess model was used, which to secure 1 III.torof the city The capacity of !I,Taylor x$45 .....I Ml/.. ,,,.n ails 5sI5 l5 M5IM. ML
the sheath-like fit was cut off !I Music Biscayne Orchestra ... la 1 I I .snsT ssascst 'I t s.d ,:
REAL ESTATE. at the waist line and silvered laceinsertion several hotels and boarding house i Nature In American Literature '' Ina. C.IIILai1, 1"1It I"'"1 /laic MM MM .sSo Iw I
will be Increased considerably, and ts1' I
C. .T IJMO QDMNNr1tOTAET between the skirt |I Estelle Christine DesRocher t t5tnp
'*cT rHnwiMg A applied i
rt'.uc new one In addition to th< two which I i e \pl.) ,o, imp t00r b Jarl.rv l. _. Ar 7U' e I s 11e5t'e
bodice above tt wa Music Blscayne Orchestra.The .
STATE AT LAW& proper and the were erected last year are contemplated II Itp al's trap 4.1:11 J.rsos.w....Le I5 srl 11 N a /Hp
I slightly draped over the bust and fastened I Aft.rGlowAllee Jane Ells hi 7 tip I sap t tp lo Fm S.hi.5..I ._. f I.or Iat.pi / 5 455
TLORLDA by northern promoters. Betide Music 101' 7tsp a5ap 2l.p.14' AW'N MesaIS.. T/'rllfury / 115105Op i
rCTLER
under the a high neekej Biscayne OrchestraDelivery '
arm the hotel, a street railway 1* now 7My C Irp a e. II en At .. MypM....._.. ._ Le .5h, 7.r Itss arpIA/ ,
yoke of lace and under steer" of the of Diplomas Mr F. M. j

same completed the costume. la be coarse operated ot by construction electric which Plan will Hudson rDINSl'UI1D( OCCHEHTU STUCUf CwfflKTIOS; AT lUlL
BRAN/MING/ power. I
M. P. Another bridal drew wa of white
are alto being completed for a ga
-ad r.-.IIr point lace; the skirt had been made KINDERGARTEN CLASS IN MUSIC On CMMCttos .... at Uai mISS Iiisasnlse el the p, ft S. 1 Ceeiseny lee
lighting and heating plant to be also
I. the piece and hunt Ik soft fold by
Fr5ne1'LdfeaIls.. CtII& ....: of tuck at the waist. A promoted by northern capitalist. Havana and WestTwo
mean tiny "While the farming hal discourse- The Informal mnslcale by the Kindergarten I Key
soft plain lace bodice was fathered class In music In the Conservatory
setbacks
lag due to excessive rains
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West Palm Bench :: Flond In at the belt under a deep girdle and other elemental canes nevertheless of Mack Mr*. Franklin Sailing Each Week.

of white silk and with It was won] Cotemaa Bosh directress, on Saturday t
they will he better off financially Trains Dlscnnrgn Passenger .. Snip's Side. Ne Trnasswra.Tkw .
a handsome Hole bolero of point iaN afternoon nt the Conservatory
than they were the last two year,
1ME8 T.BJLirDKXa to match the skirt a* their products especially tomatoes studio, was a splendid demonstration *n-Tablet..>.tk*n...M vhtea trt..mi W.iimil ssstAte ii*... !....
J But the price of both these dresses I tnm U. .ell inllnn bet tkxr *ntvlr i .r iiU ISUBMIMM4 sass.
AND briag fabulous prices. o. the rapid progress of the pupil lu .. n uL C.me.a,m be 5.44 r.pseaw br.a/e.isre.W ...= ibe.eesa .
ATTORNEY I. beyond the puree .o' many of MI "Real estate .. rI.IDIIII value almost all the Brat step In the an of good
COUNSELOR AT LAW. girl A pretty dress could be mad. daily piano playing.Mrs. !I' For Copy W the LOCAL TIME CARD.. Other Wirmstloei r

of white mesaellne which can be bad "The dry goods and kindred businesses Bush has the confidence of the '
0... a..I __ "SEE THE TICKET AGENT
wa..e IB various prices, to be mad up OT*.
..uii..e wl 0., MA.Uk are all prospering With one little folk In their work and each one i
Omens f> wares I..-L *.m. white silk foa.4aUoualtpe of princess or two exceptions, those engaged lathe readily came forward to take his or J. D. RAMNER. A *t. O4m1. Pn**. AgU $T. AUOUSTINE. FLA. i t

4. XLUU. FLORIDA shaping out by nine gores, following mercantile business are young her part. A few of the parent and ,
closely the lines of the figure
mea wide awake and public spirited. friend ot the one on the program ,
and fastened In the back. The outerskirt They are all members of the Board of were present In full the program Atlantic Coast Line
which U composed of nine core '
a* follows:
Trade and take aa active Interest In was
I Price & Rand extend In corsage style above the I Its work. They also have a live Mer March. J
waist and may be adjusted to the music. THROUGH SCHEDULE '
If ATTORNEYS AT LAW chants' Association. I Rythm exercise to j rJ'
shirring or fine tuck to
by
figure
lti Room. 3. S, 7 and 9. BatcHtt: Bldf. yoke depth. A derasy fol bolero U en."The: The merchants town has are three liberal dallies; advertls-and I Muscle Song*-exercise Three of to music.which were Illustrated Florida Georgia Alabama. North Carolinaand I J

Will practice in added to the model. which I* shirred South Carina
chart
several weeklies and each 1* crowded by ,
AH the Court. State and Federal! at the shoulder and at the lower with ads, which would reflect credit Piano solo- Ethel Jackson. The Highway of Travel between
edge, and a trimming bat extending great
on a city of a hundred thousand. Measures written on blackboard
about the neck In fancy collar effect

W. C. MAYNARD. and back joined section under gives the a arm pleasing to a pointed finish WEST PALM BEACH Douglas Piano Bight Whltaal.reading solo- Douglas and solo Whltaal.- Edith: I! Florida and the East and \West. North and South ,

4 The tndersleere are fastened to the VOTES SCHOOL BONDS Dun. I

'J ;: : the puff sleeTe are shirred Signature writing and scale -Vlrgll ,Convenient Serrioe, Elefant rail... E|.,'..... Ma lloee' Dlalag On '
the under fancy offs and again The board of public instruction met Singleton.

at the -seams. If preferred white this morning la the superintendent' Rendition exercises-Brnre aIL Route of the V DIXIE FLYER '

cashemere. poacH henrteUa and office with the following preeent: Mr. Piano solo- Viola PromChart I i Celebrated V FLORIDA AND WEST INDIA LIMITED
drap ..' ell could be ..... Herbert .....oct. lint district: Mr. work- Helen Kaafmaajdlth:
JEWELER AND OPTIcUL' A gown made for a very alight girt E. W. J. Parrtsb, second district: Mr. Dean Hannah demons. Trains j MONTGOMERY.. AND N.

/ rrfe Stttif 4M7 wearins (Us*** was of tnnlc order In crepe de chine. W. M. Burdlne. chairman, third district Piano solo and writing of same on 1-

nn 5 Tnt oonifort. With., xtenslr The skirt wu developed with fire and R. E. Hall superintendent blackboard from memory Ramona CO5VXXIXCT METHOD OF TRATXLIHQAtlanU p

SMrU and lute .ip.rt..a gore baring an inverted box-plait at and secretary. Rnssett
work. Fnei rennhn. the back. A deep circular flounce .Coasl Use one thonan4 stile tickets art ever It\000 miles X rall-
is of meeting
there ss mess The .hates the last were
Cteeks. j Solo Virgil Singleton. rid... -.. all pectlo4MWth 8o."e4iBJeat all pvisopal age.olse. as .
.*. Wn with tucks following the lower edp11I1"
'Jewerly and 8 p. ek..A. W an additional ripple round the read 1'11'the and adopted.regular meeting ot the rate .< l. MeL Limited to one year from tate W ""..... Far full __ t y
NEGRO nletean4 reliable Information raise sehedalee Fnllaaan
regadl. servlfle.eto
raw trade naked lor. LoeaUdenAv- eet.. ud the foundation MOrt wa* rat Board. It having been deferred In order : FORGERCLEVERLY Write*
... D between IMh and ISth St*. NASSEO
beneath It Six to the.eainreaeat
away yard to allow the board an opportunity to Frank C. ..,....., Die*. ...... A'J W. D, Stark.Traveling Prase.Age./
i W. C. MAYHARD.Lwstuk&NtirilkKR. glen the Bounce sadthis. canvass the Tote of the bond election 18,: Street
Bay JsektsaviUe. Fin.
h_.'... ....... 0wIIIIaII and three quarter the skirt bell In Special School Tax DistrictNo. ,
Ed Butler, a negro with many H. M. E._.. TralB> Manager W J. Cral*. 6e1 Pioenger AgSEABOARD t ;
The tunic U tn MY** gore and U 1. West Palm Beach ot the Md aliases, among them Alex Johnson

pointed lower outline both back and lit, yesterday. aad Timothy Millar, la held by the

front The fulnea at the waist intakes The return ot the said bond election authorities on the serious charge of

up U tack to yoke depth to It were canvassed by the hoard the forgery with positive evidence against

the figure. Tbe top of the gown UIB result found and declared as follows: him.

corsage effect with yoke of lace, For bonds, fit against bond. II; Illegal Butler hit town Saturday and his

puff sleT to the elbow finished with rote. T. Total 1IL first offense was at the Miami Shoe Air Line Railway
BEST LINK TONwt1Dl fancy cuts from which: extend lace Vpoa recommendatlOB of the super Store, where he mad purchases to

metalne euffa. If more becoming the Undent the following appointment the amount of t*, tendering la payment

BtrmUlhaa.. Memphis,, tunic akin B7 terminate it the waist were made: Mr. R. H. Rousseau to n check for 117.14. mad payable WQ.

Laavifa LoulsTflln clast ssu. .... and the bodice be made after one be supenlsm at Boynton. No. 1C: Mr. to Alex. Johnson by A. Ylgaad. '

its ti Lois CUcnfo, tQ paints of the many style now to popular. 11:. O. Tweedell to be supervisor at a well known cltliet of Cocoannt Savannah. Columbia Camden Southern Pines w'

The yell any be of some rare old Cutler. No. It. Grove. Manager Hlnton knew that Raleigh Richmond Washington Baltimore
lace, or of AM chiffon, or tiBe and ,
0.uoa the following resolution Mr. VlganJ check was good for almost -
be fattened to the hair by Beau. of a wa adopted: any amount, aad cashed It. giving Philadelphia. New York.

NORTH AND WttT wreath of coronet or orange blossoms -\" ., on the Ud day of April.A. the darkey all of the son lee Two Elegant Trains Daily. ; ,

or some other pre'erred flower D. 1045. a special election was held the purchase he had made.
a-te of the Fn.on* tonrlsf train Seaboard Express Seaboard Mail
though most bride Ilk. on this I. School Tax .
Special District No. L. Later Butler went to the ..tabll...
CHICAGO AND day at least to hare a feW of the bridal of Dtde county Florida, la whlca I meat of Isidore Cohen and making I Modern Pullman Equipment. .

flowers some where about the cos- election by an affirmative vote, a majority another purchase tendered In paymenta ,

w_ FLORIDA UMITCO tame. The veil may be partly over of the tax paying legal voters residing check drawn In favor of Timothy ONLY: i.1=1 T

tJJs. the face. coyer the whole figure or IB said district determined to Millar for 111,11. the name of A. VI- .i

r be et the kind that fastened to the ISM bond of said district under tb. | gaad again appearing aa the maker. fptrtflu itflr> Amjl iltiytn tna JttbfliTfflt> Uflir Orion. t +

high comet flowing out behind over provisions of Chapter IMS. Law of{ Mr. Cohen was leery of the cheek but ,

11 the train CIIil,. Florida, la the sum of 10.000., proceeds { was assured by the darkey that It l
s' Only sold pvCnui train tk. Wnst, The second dress to be consideredIs to be used In the erection of a more i was alright, and that Mr. Hinton bad For full information Bad sleeper rervabon, call oa any af at of tt '

with ObswrroOoB ] .. the going away- gown and U on" commodious school building within I' cashed one for him. Mr. Cohen lai Seaboard, or write
.1
Dtntng Car. can hare but few to one's wardrobethis bounds of salJ district said bond to i | vestlagted and a ter consulting with

Ito dress should be of those material draw Interest at ate rate of ( percent i Mr Hlnton.rcttall.tb check was cashed. A. 0. McDOKKBLL &sit &tL PIS, 1&L Jichoflfille FU i iF.
*, color and style that It will Serve per annum Interest coupons pay I but determined the ,

many purposes In the future.A able semi.annually, to-wit: :May 1st ; checks forgeries. II they showed the :t
lv Lsns St. l.aruUa....:. nnllj! recent bride developed for "go- and November 1st of each successive I writing on the face and the endorsements C. BOYLSTON.., Pass. Aarli

LMTV. Jack. .onvOl.lM a.m. ditty lag away" gown. from dark blue pop year, principal payable at the rate of' msde by Ibe negro to be on* '

"1 ArrtTM Chicago ..1:1' *. next taJ lla. as she was hartng an eye to next Z.ono annually, parable on May ht M> I and the same.

Arouse It. Louts !:!' pas next taJ fait It was In round length Just each successive rear until fully paid; I The beck was Prawn on Ih. Fort Has Stood The Test 25 YearsGrove's :}

Through deeper also opemUJ tm escaping the ground and of lh roe Interest and principal payable at the OaHu National Bank an.l a further Is-

1.. C. L. ':01 n. m. train. Jackson-. piece ronstmction; a back section office of the county treasurer at Miami, i mitigation showed the purported signature -

Sills to St. Louts sad Chicago. with Its fullness disposed In triple to* the county seat of Dade county, Florida i ofIr: Vlgaod to be a very
Ask far tickets Tin L. A 1C. plait and two circular portion withclutters be It I I hail forgery ::1

For Information aa to rates to nil I of plait laU at regular In "Resolved. That the honorable Board I City Marsha, ) Hardee was at once

.. Whi schednleinnd I terral. all of which were stitched to] of County Commissioners In and 'or
point North and -. notified I and he did a clever piece of
!) tntormatlon, call oa any tick. yoke depth. A seam In the front I Dade county, Florida he and Is hereby \ work bjr soon harlnc Butler In custody J
tit ag at or la Dutchets style rvnnects the twc, requested to levee ...11 I bootie for said Busier: protested hI. Innocence Tasteless Chi}! Tonic

OKO L HERRING tide section and adds to the appearance mm and arrange for -heir disposal snd declared that h.- hat 1 worked ev-

!'. Para Art L. AN. R. R., I ot the skirt JJlth this skirl t.IO the best advantagi for 'n< nee ands -'n mouths for Mr Vijand. who gar j

-t .. AslsoavlDS 71ft.ri was wen % pretty silk blouse and i I expressed aforesaid. him the check made to Alex Job No-Cure-Ne-P.y 50 cents. :;

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EIGHT THE MIAMI METROPOLIS' FRIDAY APRIL 27, 10
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BREEZY NOTES FROM REGISTRATION NOTICEThe
MISS ARBOROU6HS BUSY BOYNTON i r.lwr.tlou book will be opeai -
t COCOVMT\ GROVE .1 i in :a. M: tout precinct In Dade Have You Been to
S .in % for four week. *. beginning '
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: Bush an,1 1 MI.. 1.. ".', 1.11'. M-I Plot. I'amr: "3alb. goesf .
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a f N. mho bin.t. : :'t j ittCS r t 1" M nu.1I11.1 Thurxl-ir ..1t'\,1 1 Bargain
rap P'"I"C' :\oFrank Sheeniit
:..; ;h 'tons Lain! Hv ;H liix'> wet.i ia
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: No -J..ue Daugturty
t 1 lit.: Y.rklf.uj1I! :" ,' I' ., I.' ;ro'11I" ''' r J vini\ rhl. Sunday afternoon :k .: Mrs A'hIr: Sa-n: iss i I' 1': .aact No S- T J. HaygoodP 1 t yNOW
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1 reproachitil 1I0111ut' 'X ,'al: r.'r rat th ro k> r\>a 1 a:11 1 l'ban'h ,nc' :No" J W. Imtteai.Pr .
,., .j lb. D' '" ,. .,[ 'b. (am R.r Cam.'loII i wife and 1 friend of t-c *
:stteuCocoaj .'!' :No" ;- M \\'. Marshall
.nl.1: :1 \\ I .lini Bah. were Fuests of "
,o 01\, t'.illlk"" with 1 aai 1 I11. 'n i IJJ.1\ e no 1 luog.t: '1a. .ini. ', Fr.cd No SJ 'W. Ive.
' 1 that da' ;'''D.\'a 1 lotlbt! M" C T Harper 1 lilt Friday .. ,
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1"011"011 >ut 'b'It U 'n nit Pr--ins t No 9R' E. Pendleton -
E.I'n nrm.r: mat r'D,1t..1 .1I..u I H I I'snce male a bndnese trip ON$10OOO
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i "'H'I: : I"tb 't, 'he rl Ke .In,1 1 i theCucta Precinct No 10Joe Challle.Precinct .
wlhon '" and I silO without[ '0 \\ei Palm Bach SalurJar i
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i I Punt Benph. three 111:1:lo* soil1 No 11 -Alf Pu'O'k.rrf''inl't .
F.u'lF..hl. has arrived fioniirsl
6 :a ..- tit ,, .>f Csxoan''n' Grove (nofflc, Thi No 1: A. T. Dival
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fair graduate was gommd i .
Th ung ocianut orott r! Ipc; woiil 1 make a Precinct No 13- George Moody
Ir A white lisaue made p.lnct'*.. mlthit Cullen W..rh..slc Ft ore a mm say the othermiming I me sight lot a hotel.. and Ih.! r. I, ndttihi I Pr 'elect No 14- O. L. Hargrave I I
. fleetes ght'.11 unaffected '
: of It protlnr a good b"III..u i
would Precinct! No. IS- B. P. Llpplncott
I "llh l Gen Dlmlck ,
moJett la her entire performancenevertheless '
and svn ure If wt;1 contacted |
J C. Burteshaw
I want a good clearNow : ,
: attractive lame a4on4
presenting an
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Rangers had I no meeting this of
+ q appearance Two bouquet. one arranged Mr -that was here ester week. baring voted to .tt..D.I 1 the Alb Supervisor Regltlrstlon
In fancy basket mere .handed day Race me the worst one I '\'.' ;etlc bllX'l" Ion meeting it the Club To Beautify Your Complexion:
- ber at the finale of a rpeclally beau tiled to smoke why. man m\ cheap .faunas: r rR..v

Ufal selection dKarattes are better than It ..as-"on G. B. Clarke preached to the i* n. sons n. Worth of fine Goods being closed oat regardless of cost
tier If bethink I would be dance ;
and "
Mrs Franklin Coleman Buth two or three at Camp Biscayne on
Mr W C Dt-Garmo gave four bill enough to rote for him Sunday It.mat the last service unI NADINOLATNI .
t' that violin selections In addition to The other man on the other end :\1) tha fall when an extra effort wtr 1 I .
- Miss tarboroughs and which weremost of the dry g-ooJi box pnffed at his >e made to establish regular services.
pipe few moments and remarked: I! poererly sav.rtleel sad toW r WIa.317r a'e'
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i beartilv The Housekeepers Club held a de> SHOES50c
The recital Is the first given by a "Yes. the old stings thing. he Just I i llghtful afternoon session on Thurr I I
pupil of this conservatory but 'rom rants the offlct so he ran draw a fat I, day all,1 I the club cook book was begun I| t.

C I. year on there will be many toe !salary and not be worried whert his This book will contain the favorlte ; I Bargain CounterOn
from for the next i *i
reward for the bread la coming I
t." I' I. diplomas In receipt of each member, and will i iba
tea of work In the various depart few years. He Is too slow to do anyrhlnA" j! kept on the committee room table this Counter you will find shoes which formerly -

w meat. Prof and Mrs Bosh and for rtference I!
. % their assistant teachers: are of the \\'e might have heard more bat Just. Thursday. the ctb. the club willentertain sold for prices ranging from $1.00 to $2.00 k
I \S professional rants and all who grada3tt then they had to make room for another I the Cocoanut Grove children I I r

j ate under them have tbe sure founds. loafer oa the box and pass their and their mothers and friends 75c Bargain Counter

; tion for successful esteem tobacco around again I A cruise to the keys to see the extension Jti'ye!. ,
showered upon Gene Horn was a rat the Boynton work Is the thing to Jo. this
"S Congratulation were I vale On counter you will find shoes which formerly -
\ I Miss Tsrborough last night and with SunJsyThe Commodore Ralph M. Munroe new !' i.
,.''. her well known energies and capabll Hotel Freedlnnd ls fall .p and yacht. the Melody. bad her trial trip sold for prices ranging from $1.50 to $2.50 'I

' "t Ities she has a great future of possl. more are arriving daily.AN on Saturday and proved perfectly

}-{ bniUes laying before ber LEMON I II satisfactory in every respect a fast $1 00 3argain Counter : "
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The program rendered was as follows sailor. of course. she Is. A

;. : TO YOUNG MEN From reliable Information we are to On this counter you will find shoes which formerly -
' Andante and variations. have accommodation
1. Schumann. I an train soon
*-; op. 4C. two pianos-Miss Yarborough It Is only a few months ago sine II one that will make a trip In the mornIng NAOCNOLrX b rsma s.. sad many sold for prices ranging from $2.00 to $3.00

and Mr Bush I )lr. Peter Nelson disposed of his Mat to Miami and return early la the rd- d f k lads to mo" bccUstpHnpIn
i 1.8.Bach, prelude and fugue, C minor street home at a handsome prenl&ad afternoon So please )lr. Tweedell Counter
ttSamem B aSs $2.00
tao, u syuu, Bargain .
-T 1 court Faataafe Sonata C min already he baa completed a hurry up with that promised road to dhcosarattoa. black-heads d mrlnfcrw

or I" and better one located OB b.n4l01D-1 the Cocoanut Grove station twos dc.. ta tweeT days Uavo lbs* On this counter you will find shoes which formerly -
RavlnaJCtude de Style; Rabeasteln. Street near irenoe C. The Cocoanut Grove Athletic A*
N S Kammennol o.trow; Rachmannlnoff. Few If any young men so&ation met Sunday afternoon atthe skis cleat sort, WaJthr, sad imarts tile sold for three dollars, $3.50 and four dollars.
locality U yoi b. Eodoncd by ......
prelude C minor : found with the energy and I Housekeepers (Club Which had
PTKC SO cents: sad $1X0 at afl I&Miat
I Chopin Etude, A Cat; Chopin Pre. acumen possessed by Yr. N blilln.1 been tendered them by the ladles of iru{ slam, or by miL Reposed b) Big lot of Hanan & Son $6.00 and $7.00 shoes
;. .. O major, Vogrtch Staccato Caprice II. succeeding admirably la I the club and elected officers and

1 j good real estate Investments drew up the by.laws. )lr. Charles National Toilet Co.. Tarts Taw being closed out at . . . . . $-i.50
Moskowski. Suite Op. Tt; two violins log first desirable locations and thee i I Prow was elected president ; Mr Beverly .r.-
and piano (a) Allegro moderate builJlng I thereon houses of the right I, PescodH v1ce-pr.*l.lnl; Xr.I ;

(b) Lento Assal (c). Ancora presto kind. This new one Is a two aims Frank Harrison secretary. },Ir. Richard CLOTHING
Mr. and Mrs Franklin Coleman Bush building. conraalnlnc six fame airy I I Rice. treasurer and Mr Richard

I and Mr V.., C DeQanno rooms each one being fitted wltb HI Peacock. caretaker The caretakerwill
Chopin Vale: A flal; Raff. La HI the conveniences and famished in the be the only officer receiving a $5.00 Bargain CounterOn

ease; Lint, Rlgoletto FsntssleUsxt : Tery best manner, having running water salary Club dues will be tl a year

.e} r Rhapsodic Honcroise II electric lights, eta and no one inter fifteen years can T tl 'lAid+ C this counter you will find suits which formerly -
I On the rear of the lot )II'. Nelson Join The next move now Is to find

REAL ESTATE IN MIAMI I has another house eaoUlnlng four a place for the proposed sssoclatloa sold for. . . . . $10 and $12
t ) comfortable sleeping rooms, and still building 2h .
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't This article 1* Intended to show the I another storage room From theseand I )II'. Fred Pine was chairman for -TUB MOST BEAimFVL MAOAZVOM 8.35 Bargain Counter '

rapid lncreaa. In tile value of Inveet from a portion of thpse in tae ; the day snd Mr V Archer secretary THE '" OKU>"

i menu In real estate In tbe business : main building a comfortable Income I The young men were fortunate Ask your newfclesler for th. superb! On this counter you will find suits whice formerly -
section of Miami While many of will be derived In rents.Mr I enough to secure the good will olMr tmnszine If he dues: not handle It

tile Illustrations quoted teem incredt4' Nelson Is going north next week I James. who will present ".Wfol.I send us his name ami adtlms with jwr sold for . . . . . $12.50 and $15 .
Ible, they are typical of every day to spend some time with friends ana td and Parted" on Friday eveningat name aDtl l ...>lrr and toe. for sample V.
a.: transactions relatives and will doubtless make other I the Housekeepers Club for the copy Regular pnce ajc McnUo, $10 Bargain Counter *.'!

?, At a community Increases In sUe Investments when be returns la an I I benefit of the tssoclatlon. aaj the this paper

I and population tile vain of lit real 'of which the Metropolis hopes be win boys are to give a ball early la May Burr PaMIahlac Compmay On this counter will find suits which
t estate crow even fatter No where be as (fortunate as In former ones. for the benefit o: the Association I 4 west Ut Blest New. Vat CMy you formerlysold

j U the more folly Illustrated that -- -- ---- -- -- --, -- for . . . . . $ 14, $15 J and $17.50
l by the Improved property In the city I Card from Mr. Pravt ,

r of Miami, and to no other place con $14 Bargain Counter ;
't siderlac the ar and IM of Miami, I Miami April %2. 1106. i t ,
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bare such enormous proflta been maJe To the Property Owners, CltUens ,
on real estate Investment and Taxpayers of.Miami: I iI I On this counter you will find suits which formerly ;

,e,' IB 1M7 the assessed valuation of Ml About March 1st. 1MM, I was approached I sold sold for prices ranging from $20 to $25
and was ISS.Z3C. Its population WU by Commissioner Leffler to

T then 2000. IB IMS the population i 1 sell she 1.600 feet of Olncb terra
k'' bad grown to a resident population of cotta pipe taken up from the AvenueD UOYAL
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1000 and double that number daring drain for the sum of (10 This pro- PANTS t

the winter months, and the real estate posal was so ridiculous that as com

was assessed at 11.024.330.(10. From mtssloner. and costodlan of public $1 Bargain Counter ry t
((+ tbe. and other flaires the fact U proper). I promptly refused to coosld
conclusive that when the population 'er tbe selling\ of property that was costing <

doubles the gross value of the real the city nothing to keep and which ba4kinf On this: counter you find pants which formerly sold t.,
estate Increases nearly foar time mould be of use la many ways at
I At tbe corner of 11th and tbe Boulevard many places to the city for . . . . . . $1.50 and $2.00

.5 _5 the late Charles Curry purcaa- I Despite my protest I found about',
'lb ej Iota 1. I and d In March IMr 'or March !0. that this public property Towder $2 Bargain CounterOn

.t. I2.S04 and erec'ed several cottages was bring transferred to the waterworks
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1 thereon at a cost which did not exeeed company. to be there broken up '
IJ.2W. taking the entire Invest. !to be used for concrete purposes. It at I this counter you will find pants which formerly ,

s meet *I,i50. This property writ re I once again protected and demanded i sold for $2.50 $3.00 and $3.50 -
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a old in March of this year. for til.7MOO ; .that the pipe be relumed At oar regular -'

a an Increase of tlO.604. or an board meeting April 2.1 demand. /
-E annoal profit of I1.2S4 on the Investment I ed of Chairman McKInnon and Com- Absolutely Pure
STRAW HATS
+ for eight year This property mlssloner Leffler what disposition
was a productive Investment daring ''they bad made of the pipe, both admitted !

the entire period, so tbat the Increase that the pipe bad not been A GRAPE CREAM OF TARTAR BAKING POWDER 50c Darqain Counter '
was all profit. sold and that Mr Kemper bad Just I I II
la September. ISM. the four Iota oa hauled It sway. I then demanded I
find fine hats which
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ew Twelfth street, down to Avenue Djnd that Chairman McKInnon see that I Il On counter you formerly

l' two on Thirteenth street were told for l,Mr Kemper retimed the pipe and If It makes the most delicious sold for . . . . . . . . $1 and $1.50 1;
.r H.ooo.one past winter the owner used or broken to replace the same I

refused UO.OOOa >>4.000 lacrosse I At our board meeting. April ICth I healthful
and hot breads. '
'+1 Wfcen the property was bought for made Inquiry of Chairman McKInnon I $1.00 I Bargain Counter '
MOM Miami" a population of two as to tile return of the pipe and be

a 2 thousand, la 101 It contained S.OOOpeople. admitted nothing bad been done To- biscuit and cake On this counter you find hats which formerly sold '
atk While the population Increaaed day. April 21, I find tbe rest of the v i ip.ca

400 per cent, the value of Oils pipe Is being hauled away for the ;1 for . . . . . . . $2$2.50$3and$4SHIRTS
+ land increased J..OOe per cent, ant same purpose by tile same source ,
t ttmea M tat Now, dU.".. It Is for :you to say ,, FREE FROM ALUM. LIME OR PHOSPHATIC AID
rive Iota oa Twelfth street between whether the city property shall be'' '
-S5 C and D. were bought by Mr Maurice I sacrificed for the benefits of a favored I:
,*, ( A. Scott for t<.MO. roar tot were resold I corporation, or what property rights *

r la 100$ hardly IS months later yon have to be protected If this small Shirts going: at 48 cents, 65 cents. 81c and $1.25
for IMMO, an Increase of fifty pet I matter is permitted to be transactedIn
iy. vest : this bold aDd Irregular "'J1I.t Alum biking powders are tmhealthfcl Do not use them for Worth twice the price .

r The southwest corner o' Arenae Dnd i dean you expect later. when $100.000 raising food under any circumstances So detrimental are alum I

IJth attest ws* sold for Stoo It I bond money comes Into the hands of baking powders considered, that in most foreign countries their
4 was resold In 1M2 for |i. talc is prohibited In State in this! the law
Itn the refused fioooo for it As commissioner of many country com-
I owner a public works : from 25 to 50 cent on each Dollar
Nor hare-these Increase been con I am going: to demand redrew for this pels alum powders, to be branded to show that they contain you you spend.

dined to tide section On the west pipe. full value to the city and I so this dangerous acid, while in the District of Columbia, Congress : Our) stock is entirely too large for the summer, we ,
a i Me of the river lots tbat soil 1 three !left your support to that end
tI rears att for IIM, are twine told for Your servant, has prohibited the sale of all food! that contains alum. must cut it down You pet, the advantage by our tees

r' t I7V> to SI i'.' today T\'. W Front Alum baking powders are sold to consumers at from 10 'offering 11Ir>: h XKRO. I'KKT Do not delay t
Man of the 1 1la"i'3: :ions iclren show Commissioner o' Puhllc Woks for
.. alt InMJrin! large! mnu of monet. Miami Fls tents a pound to 25 ounces for 25 cents, or 25 cents a pound, but tome today as these bargains! will not stay. '

a i \ rffll tae pnllc of the I pout and when not branded may generally be distinguished by their
financier. of hit cv> intv' which u One Defendant
j'' .o n rvnch ih,'mrhe at.ln.aD; nit' sue one defendant a4 and I price.

let and at,h. rot i:. )>T 'ulklou toretlm I 1t-, 1 ht-fort Judge Sanders In : JOHN SEWELL & BRO.
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