The Miami metropolis
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 Material Information
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: May 4, 1906
Publication Date: 1896-1908
Frequency: weekly (published on friday)
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002075058
oclc - 31626392
notis - AKR3413
lccn - sn 96027198
System ID: UF00076100:00367
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Related Items: Daily Miami metropolis
Related Items: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Daily)
Succeeded by: Weekly Miami metropolis

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Qualified By Years of Experience


... Among the moat important ..fflc t... toe filled 'n the apps .achtn.;

?',II 1 THE FIRST SHIPMENT i' ,I>rimarj and election wr 1 be that of a Reprencntatue) the state L ..tfolature FIRST DANCE OF SEASON -

OF PINEAPPLES i j It .. office that should: be l It ..
i an occupied: r a man p'"> eiin;;

: For Approaching Elections The flr-i fhiinmnt-of |>lneapi>le* this I Bore than the average ahihtv of a ,:erll. r>u-mes.. man. or. i
nan. the F' .J ltullli'$!: :H' jigh' ,
i season ,wa. marketed on Tuedav'v
h.ik4 l''i. and coofli'i of 275 crate Such a man should: po...e...i he lac,:he:>f per"'nahtv possible. lor >) Miami yuun,- ".)cl.:) foX) In hon

.a ,ijh. Rid! Spanish varltt of a very I,. ,much depend upon tit; appearance, conduct and ability cf making and'' .r ..f Hiss! Grr'rn'e W Tic: tf New \rAnd

.... five quit; retaining friend Hi fctmuld be a Man; well versed 'n parliamentary Y rk. mho. It 1 tin-isat i of ifs Sa.lie
| /-A Total of 3.971 Registration in The fruit 1 I. from the grove of Capt I IThuniat Koib I J' Was Read Prisoner by Sheriff
andfaould loe in
I S"'E't.'Tlng.f Elliott Key annl|II law: and rule tally ;acijuamted a /genera! manner with

'. the County Though But 1416 ; cad, b'ough' IIi'[ :list night by the '' i icho (rendition that will an e and nfront him during hi* term of office >
i Qf\er Tan" Brmhri, The _hIp1! 1 the time that the Legislature i i. in .efc,if>n. and al"all ho should l bea m.ll known BUr-' t.. iVrVt'ri. and'

,' Have Paid Their Poll Taxes meet will fill a small far. and will '. man clearly conscious' of hi. duties. who will ;accept and treat the a i .1 late hour th.. participant! r lue' Replied That it Was Hard to
!liroliab'.i: f"> iu the merern markett 'I''r office a* a tru..t. not his. \tutofthe l people. He should' I IKa man above: n'f\ .line.I. the ',.t r.'im, ....r of the
: likely Chicago Kill Man For Crime He 'E.
; } and Become Fully Qualified' a a
will\ .. program and ] the affjirMiKRtfnl
Other v easels and argues will arrive I reproach and one that do his duty a he sees and Wlie\e.. it at l pronounce a

I1 I**.* to Vote. rom the keys dally from now on and I ;..any and all time. one Data' refreshments Never Committed.
+trv caned end! the committee'\
by the middle! of next week the season I'' Honorable! J.V.. Watson his profitted by experience:-that great chance: did 1 everything possible to
'; will be on In full strength
'teacher-a* representative from ( ceola county and made a moat make the evening' a memorable one
Mr John Graham of the Chare Co.
1t : said Ib! :. morning that! the ..tlma'ul ,creditable record a* a public .er> ant and a Florida; lawmaker.; \ lie ham; Tht- committee ".15 al t
( ''. J C S'J', .haw. supervisor of reg of rt xt,
.aj) Ulratlon hale county, has received on the key crop of pine. I.I greatly \ any other qualification, hit ability to terrc the people.A ftillowlr slid J H MercerThe fur 'the brU'". aDd fiendish murder rr
-Js>e book .ID resident of Dade county but two Mr. Walton ham shown" an Ethel Clare Wore: M
May .
year ,
o. )
from a)1b.) districts. in the county, urn for the entire yield are 7S.904 {Icr.tt'l sight of t>e.ember 1$. last, win pay f
|;,;'i ''eicept Ni, 4 Hypoluxo) and No 12 about 1S.OOO crates greaten interest in its welfare and progress such at few other men have. lie rte Patterson Eta Yarboro'Uh, Gertrine the penalty ;or bit crime by ba.nflBCt
| W Tire. Blake: ,
Gertrude LemlVhitcomh. .
(Caller and give out the following than be to'alleJd! of l last season The bat proven himself a good citizen and in every manner i i. fitted to do the oe<-k until deed o* -r.e..la1, 11
( \ S".I. Sjdle Kolh. Willie
I, Informtion.thowlDg the increased KVlatratlon mainland crop he place* at about500.Mwt seeks. June i
honor and justice to the trust he and if chosen the Met.-opoli Hahn. Lillian xrcflab.. Laura 11
: k inbe thirteen election dis, crates and Rays that It will y. Jojn- This I is the manual of Governor2tosard
t feels certain that his duty will be well oolle. :Miami Metropolis March r. :MU Tb"mp. on of Nm..vi. :Mr
< tricth county so far reported.: begin to move abou the fifteenth of rt-rrlted OB Wednesday by
l 'DIltr11 . ,. . . . this month ; 13th. 1906. H T Whaler.: -s G. C Frlssen.Mrs Sheriff Frnhork. eke document being

. . . . James P Grimes and :Mrs March .
p MstrtcXr : In the meantime Cbave A, Co will known man rommonly M dt'.I11'.. + 4J
'"'. DUtric; X..) ; . . . . open shipping quarter at Jensen anjDelray. \1. *r. A H Keller W L Keller.V rant and commanding gnat offlclaJ. or f s
3S . . ._ . 5r M Elliott. Byrne Lai'*ter. J H ,
; h.uk'o : an expect to handle the bulk I i I II..rM his regularly! appointed deputies. taveeute
Wstric-: 6 . . . 1: of the crop I SOMETHING ABOUT WATER METERS :\ -[. F H Ran 1 L Jr. Ja. H GII.I I the said Edward Brow It }yr

.. nitric N<. TXo . . ::. ::. All the fruit both from tbe k'11' man. W ("oJ..rl.oD.Ireal.: : Jay 011-1 accordance with the law oa he abovementioned

DUtrteI s . . . . 11 and on the mainland.I I* to be oil borne T MrA'illnV. ROT Burge. da'e within the Jail eaelo- a
;I Dl.tricZNstric' XoXo . . . . U very high: grade In all .sa and qualityand I T Whaler. G C f'r1..1I. James P I j ore of Dale county

10 . . . . In will carry well"Grandtnethsr 1 NOW BEING INSTALLED[ HERE Grime and Or L. mUCrVFORCC The warrant was read to Brow by f i

tMitrlct Xo 11 . . . . Z4 -- II t Sheriff Frohork Wednediy at 10 Moclork '
fHrtrir Xo IS . . . . *' I! GAME LAW! The doomed mat wan called
tfc.trl<- Xo 14 . . . . Hlldtr1lr."crl Legacy" from hk roll into the corridor M the t
. . . . 2STou A popular, catching, and Interestj j I \
Utric Xo 15 head
< .i Ing production entitled "Grandmother' ConiU.rlcg tilt fact tbat many per Miami Fl April :: | 1
HllderbrtnJ4 Legacy" will be prv | ton do not understand or compret t v0 hundred gallons; leaks la closets 1 Editor Metropolln-j. there' DO one the waling of his terrible fate was
: . . . ,. CllIB installed look imparted. 'o him He bad anthill1 t. ..
to after
Auditorium the meters are being cm laws the
rented at the on evenIng bend why water ind urinal one nundred to one bun came or
Miami.! District No 10. tie reclttrallon ; I F. of mar notable the cell but after!' being ;
o the 7th of May. for the benefitof on their premises by the protec'lon our bird The law
:itt coauiaed 1.1411 names, the public school library. Tbe'' E. C. Water Worka Co a )I.tropf Bred' and fifty gallon every twentyour l I. heln, per.l"tfn'ly vlloatel' almost biked| In a<<..ln. remarked' "1 doa't \ Xii.e
when tbe books were opened tn April gallon: All other leaks In pre how ran bane a man for on. :+.
play will! be under the direction of :<: oils reporter called on Dr J. N. Mac dally atM within a atone1brow or ynn
which wtThwthe I>l new reflftratloni Mr Maud Baron, and she hat *elected ': Gonlgle. taperlnteadeBt the company orlon. 'wo of the cir) marshal's hnne Not thing be know nothing ahoat or
and "< tranlfert from other precinct From this It can be seen that unless words '0 that effect
a competent and able cut for this morning, and was furnished erow IIn'I hawlri. but red lima and
of the counts make the total number the play which I II promised to be one i tbe following reasons Jn substance for ''are Is takento prevent such leaks mocking; burl*. are shot and esp'ar.d O'hethan this. Brown was BOB-
o. refiner, d voter ta this precinct w..lu-llIlt: an excessive amount nrriri'inlra'lve. He case advised by
: of the blat ever teen her t and Information relative to the ur.I Cent I' be l'Ol'tI"nllt 'lib' hat
1.C16 or an Increate of 47S. ------- ,I vice: of water will be consumed An ot anyone to even shoot In the limit: o' :hfrltT Frohock to prepare for the fad 1#
The total: registration! of the coos his the meter win show theclty* J A S'ereeon ------ ---
throughout nMn'tM! Pare 5
"All cities and towns on
tv with H' pr>l f EPISCOPAL CHURCH Miami have Inne '' .r
'he county the sire o
their -
ported. I II 311'1. though regis-
tratloo mill. well tbe total to roul l41erably I \ meters for tbe correct measuring j -.... r
more tmaa 4.000. ,{ of consumption of water" sail Dr

It wit'' be noted fro the above 8f BUILDING AT MacConlgle. "It It a business proposition.
'I Miami has never bad the meter
] ret that )Miami or the 19th District | e"r
ttbrarlcg Miami and tbe Immediate system, and we are Installing It so
adjoining rrttorT. contain more DANIAWILL that all may fare jtntlv in the use of j jI

than me -htrh! of tbe total'': registered ] I 11 a't'r and believe that once the pub- I
vote of ibeointy, and It Ii natur. .lie have become familiar wits. the system
that the greatest interest should be I, that they will be tan, ,satl.lled etz
centered here I "I have been In correspondencewith fe

} Even though registered but about superintendent of water works,
..,Ullr4 or 1.4K. of the S.IH per- BE NAMED T.- JOHN'S both corporate and municipal, throughout
aoaa to qualified have fully qualified ] the country and especially In the
%r paring their poll tares, and unless South." said Dr. MacGonlgle "and

1fcer U a greatly increased activity 11I\{I\ AT EARLY DATE MANY I find the meter system In general
',Qat line between now and tomorrow |I nte. We*are Installing the Hersey
tight. May 4. not more than bait of i I GENEROUS CONTRIBUTORS. AID Rotary Meter and they are being
\:, those persona registered will be eleg- I IN. placed on the most convenient and
to vote la the primary BUILDING I scientific principle In order that all

w Tally fifty percent of those 10 qaa> water used thai be Justly measured .
tied are residents of (Miami and n- and paid for In accordance to the con I > -

.. ,daily and voting la this precinct sumption. Five..eightks Inch meters d..
_r Tbe Episcopal Church congregationat are being Installed free by the company hJy"st

,'l OYNTON PICK-ML-VP, .! Daala will soon begin the erection bat those of larger dimensions ',
i of their new church building. It will such as win be put TO hotels ana ;:
-: Th""I Ilt the first and at the present time places Bring a great amount of water ;: :.-.'
1 T..w.a the Mart Talked. Of the only edifice for solely religions will be paid for by the owners or tenants I

I in that Section I services at Danla of the property to which la-

I The new church will be known as stalled." I II I I < I
I St. John's Episcopal Church after a !I Dr. MacGonlgle said further that I e

..$. : Boyalon May 2- Tomatoes are the ,, church of the same name In Troy, N. ;jthe company baa not yet determined I : q I rw
most talked of thing ta this part of I Ir'ar'llo I T.. a member of which largely Interested fully upon the plan tbat win govern I yg.

l preteat They are moving I la Florida, donating a snug sum the consumption of water, bat that
111 u dally. Iof money for the privilege of naming I they will be as liberal ai those In I ,
Bugent Hunt ipeat Sunday la town It. use la other cities. The plan II to

,' pea gnect of the Boyatoa. Tbe building will be a beautiful i! give every consumer a certain amountof I i
Vr. and ttra. Higgins. of Ashley structure and when completed secondto water at a flied price, all water
Mich arrived last week to make plat none In the State for a ton the I consumed In excess: o.' the allowance

Ma their future bom. They are BOWpteatantly lie of Danla. The people ot that to N paid for at tie rate to much a' "
located la the Clark apart- flourishing little city have given generously I cubic foot.
tacos ovet the tore building recently and take much priJe la Its
Jacksonville allow '
"- a yearly consumption
'i occupied by H B. )""'1. Mr. and building.
I I of 36,000 gallons for 81%.
lira. Higgins are delighted wltawbat i The edifice will be furnished la the This U at the rate of 1,90 gallons a
_ k the have seen of Boyatoa and arc The
'. y moat cmplete and approved style. month at a tai of 11. Tampa per '
looting for a food location for a per1W3ent I land for its site was most ,n.TOGI11'40.attd mite -a pearly consumption of- 24.000: ''
borne. by a winter resident living InI
I gallons for ,n. Gainesville gives
JL H. Rousseau vat about tile big- Chicago. Room for a rectory li contemplated 24.000 gallons for 112. Various other
ta tow the other day i I'
feeling man
gent also
: : cities allow about the tame consumptlona -
whet be got over IiI hundred dollar I Work on the structure when started ''. at a like price ranging from $12 ;
_ aD la one check-for tomatoea. I' win be rushed rapidly through and I. to lit per year. ,
.' The' Sunday school here U doing ft win be bat a few months before Candidate For RepresentativeMR.
: la Tampa an excess charge of 24 ,
fiery well for this time of year. The ready for ate. The congregation Itentbnilattlc '
t officer are: Mra. F. P. Pat.. over the success they I cents Is made for each one thousand l
gallon of water consumed. Gainesville
.:J president Harry menses, aecrtary; have made In providing for thin edl-
gets II cents Bundred cubic feet< I
*. horn Florence Palmer, orgaalat andL fie.. per
: Lola Harper librariaa sal treasurer. of 7M gallons of water consumed '
.'If Ollle Lartea has returned from a above the allowance and this basis, or'jvery j
abaene la Cuba. No place near It for excess water, will be
t 1! year-a used here, the water etng measured I WORLCY has never held public cfflce He has never aspired to
like Boynton. West Jupiter May 2-Mr. B. A. the 011'111,1 I political position cf honor though in Democratic
t. A. E. Parker has put IB a "pboner West by foot and not gallon, I prominent politics
Bowers last In
;: altos the depot to tbe Boynton Hotel Palm Beach spent visiting Sunday friend to the meters registering that way ever since he became a resident of Dade County ten years ago. and there is ;

-'t )(T. VTright and Mrt. A. E. Parker The t". 8. dredge boat Florida U I As soon at the rule to govern the not a place: from Stuart to Homestead. 'here his vclce has net been heardIn 1
A. left of have been 4.termlll.4'UJlOll
of N. Boyatoa. use
4aBhter MaJ.
now at work in the mouth of Indian of and Democratic
'for Port Huron Mick., Tuesday morn- river It will be there for two or the company win advise the con- advocacy Democracy principals Mr Wcrley Is a s
tag The were accompanied by three month turner. instructing them fully In regard lawyer cf ability. tth few equals arc: nc peers As an crator he stands pre
a their ('OUIIIIho bat been their guest to wastage, etc A considerate the !first rank of f
Mr G. A. Worker gave a nice talk eminently In these cf cur !fair State and as a rr.snf: persts
i tot tome time In tbe school house last night i consumer will not use over the tent and dogged tenacities he has He ag-ea"b a ;
'..t.f.il. Mr Ed Brannan spent several days I amount of water allowed for at the no superior is affable and !"

4. Marriage Licenses laved Jupiter the latter part of the week. i i flat rate of *o much a Tear Out 'he at all times possesses a perscnaiir.: :that attracts: and .1 tr'ie' -s .ar-

,4. Paringhe month of April twentv. I II.Tomato are still! being fhlppe j t careless one will. which alone: >. :ud! make him a ;p-'i er in L;il is'ati.'e' ha": :. 6'''. ;,-

." mien ifr licenses were lamed >m this portion .if the county.Mr An Instance of how water can be than Mr W <: uld! n'be I.I-! '.
: ey: : : : ...r : -- : : e-.I: ; 1a
"X,4 from h- *ce of the Bonn:r jtidire E M Brel.f EIl'E'* were white and Itw I Beach wa up :Inking! ar'H his grove allowance can be exref.1 wl'V"' t
C *' r The ""I1Clf'"* white fee !last Sundm I I' full knowledge It Is rented b<- au'hor

A..1t w i i- 9 sad the' oldest *9 rears Mr Henri 8 Penno-'k I.I spending !Rtem that a garden h ,se rlr-vlne i

vTW *(I'm* c male :: and the oldest hlr wv IB Jft ktoavil'.e: on bOil O'ie- e. -ap.ilb 411'f> ir'V -
tip 71 year!' .

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c The Weekly i Mittttii iMetropolis HONESTY I IN PUBLIC SERVICE BE fAIR; BE I1ONIST-ABOVE tALL \.

.- Aluulg Misr h.ta.; Pt"I.I..I.t Ra.arsel: .Ij LII his wuchta..I1. n

a'i B. B. Tatum. Pr. iden' S Bob o.all. Sec .Treu.t muck ra.e ipenu BE JUST AND CONSISTENT 3
THE MIAMI PRINTING COMPANY "If a public man it iUtng: to )Ltd to popular clamor ana du) strong ,
e lo the uin of .-alh: or to rich corporations i: 011I I be set down as cer am ... .

Six months . fl 00 he fear . . . . .1100 that If the opportunity comes he alit secret!> sad furtively do wrong to I
the public In he interest of h corporation' I
Tbot paying la advance wil. receite a year's subscription for II SO
People art a long time coming to a realization ot this tru h I: has AS TO THE COMMISSIONERSFrom INCREASED MILLAGe -
y' aaj six months subscription far 75 cents This U a 'liberal dltcooit to Indue .
; been supposed, for some unknown reason, that men who would attack cor .

1 tricUy aJranee paymeau v. i| poratloos because of public clamor and In order to gala )popularity! and office I Miami: Record. April :6. 10.4.! .From Miami Record Sept 11. t"() ]
are. honest and would not under any circumstances do things :o the public I
A'' Rntered at the Pojtofflce at Miami. Florida, U secood-claas matter. I i Injury. But It Is a mistake. Then sever was but one kind of honestyA Of the present board of county com- I Everyone who Is familiar wits lily; :

demagogue who will Injure one class for his own benefit and la orderto mlstlonert. only three are candidate
i flaaaclal situation of this county j h
FRIDAY MAY 4. 104 get the support of another class, will, when the opportunity offer, and for re-election **) .
when he can be benefitted by the act. do all he can to Injure the class which I That the board as low coaatttated realised that It WOULD BX fQISt.,

h* formerly\ fatored. There never was a time when there was more need I has not given general satisfaction to ESSART to INCREASE!: the ..moist.to .

ry IT It YOUR DUTY TO VOTI"JIIMe of honest and courageous men la public affairs, and by honest men Is I the citizens of DeJe County can hardly be raised by TAXATION ton CO-,'

meant of course the man who will be u quick to rebuke popular clamor be doubted.With SIDERABLE: extmt 'a \
entitled by law and character to clUsenshlp should rememberthat against capital U he Is ." denounce the misdeeds of men of capital. The one or two exception tIM
<< but a tv days remaiu in which they can qualify by registration and dishonest poor man needs to be rebuked just s* badly as the dishonest rich I board bat seemed to be under the I For some time COCNTT Xl>V l'

. j poll taxt to vote la the approaching primaries and general election, namely: maa. aad there should be la place of authority men who will yield to domination of Its attorney, and the RANTS have bees FLOATED M *"! '

t April aot register, and May Ith to pay poll taxes aelther. result has not been at all sah art.tort' DISCOUNT. the EXPENSE: and YU.'.'

t'nless this kin been done before the expiration of th* abere Jatea I It 1l Is aa encouraging fact that everywhere throughout the couatry the ATION of which I Is born by 1'"Jt'"
e you will be loeleglble to enjoy the prlTlleget that every patriotic and law demagogic has less Influence than ever before The peopie are begin While the board has completed along 'PAYEES .
Ft abiding cltlien ahould exercise It U your duty as a dtlxen and M a man nlng to understand his hollowness his lack of sincerity and his laabdlty. If stretch of rock road that ha I rr ..

to ro'. You should take a hand In the affairs of country State couaty1 not actual discrimination, to be of say service whatever to them. beg been called for .a4.t. per I This condition arose from 11e c

.( and city It Is an obllgaiioa yon owe yourself and them. Commenting I Ion lap*, a mlalmra cost to the county, I LARGE: EXPENDITURES mad try *:

this mailer tae FoIl Pie-ce News says all of which we heartily endorse: | SOUTHERNS AND OFFICE It was only able to do so by a very PREVIOUS: BOARD OF COIF
A -It I.I no common thing to hear men say that they 'don't take any later generous[ contribution li the war of
.at la politics and don't art whether they vote or not.' This U a wrong freight' from the East Coast railroad (TONERS: for which NO PftOYUHOM)jT1.

spirit and BMCB of the corruption In the body politic Is due to Just this kind When a "Southerner" gets a big appointment from the Federal Government sad deeerve. mo particular credit for was mad ,'. 'ifJ
t r of a spirit among the people Voting Is a pnrtlege as well aa a duty, aDd we o ten find that he la a Northern maa who moved down there sad having secured It. At the BEOINNIXO OF THIS TEA1

applies alike to rich and poor learned and less learned.W I carried his carpetbag with him. Baltimore Sun. Willie this work hat been going oo the couaty had a FLOATING DDt
confess that the common people hare much to discourage them. And not many of these get such appointments, say tile Nashvlll Arner- other part of the <'011"". notably :
lean. Two of the must notable Instances are H Clay Evans of Tennessee of about FIFTY THOUSAND>> DOl.
2 They thought they could trust aDd saw these same men skulking Into thee | the Orange dlatrtct tad the road
s taaaps of the enemy they bate given their support to reform movements ,and Powell Clayton of Arkanaas. These two gentlemen are natives otPennsylvania. fo Cocoanut Crete, have received LARS .I

,. loping for relief sad hare found that taxes and other burden were ever i ihttreasica' De.IJI. Key of Tennessee, was a member of a Republican very little attention aid the residentsof To speedily pay of this debt Calla;

But If they sear succeed In electing a friend to office, It they. ;j Cabinet and later was made a Federal Judge. Luke E. Wright, another thnee large sections hare beta Ity for which the PRESENT BOARD?
k p make an occasional mlsiake. of judgment and elect a bad man to office?:, Tennessfan and Confederate veteran, was made Governor General of the odd la their conplalats o' the treatment
I M doesn't relieve them. of tbe duty they owe to their. country as enfranchised' Philippines and Is now Minister to Japan He Is a Democrat. Federal received. at the hands of the II.I NOT AT ALL RESPONSfEt.R:'

citizens They certainly cm no' hope or relief If they neglect their duty I Ila Judge Jones of Alabama Is a Democrat and Confederate veteran These !board. I Whet have placed a tax of four ttllilss J

;' this particular | were appointed b) Republican Presidents There are four Federal. Circuit Their fcrltlcism la that while It would with the object of paying aty-sj(

e "As American freemen you one' It to yourselves, to posterity and to Judges In the South Of these Pardee. of Louisiana. Is from Ohio and a seem easy enough to provide road landing warrants and PLACING tNty
your fellowcountrymen to cot only vote but to stud> to vote Intelligently i Union veteran; :McCormlck. Texas a native Shelby, Alabama, a nativeRepublican for' the rich automobile owner there COUNTY :
tr and for the common good I and Lurton Tennessee. a native, Democrat and Confederateteteran. t. no war of securing food roads to oa a !Fs,.
I Of the Federal District Judges In the South Evans of Kentucky board Is ot the opinion thai this dt
4 he offices are going t) be filled: at>d 'he imeroment It going lo be he ordinary farmer and tracker who
II. natht and a Federal I veteran Trit-lxr. of Arkansas Is a native of Germany be done by January 1. Ito1 : \ .
3; earned on whether you vote' or no' hut you have a July to perform III' art dependent upon food roads tocpt
., helping to select good men to fi'l:1 the e offices and In helping to shape the j and like. Evans a Republican \VadJlll. Virginia.. Is a native of that their prtvlnct lately to market The NECESSITY for road U ;*>'

affairs of your government and If you neglect this duty then you nil have State and a Republican; Toulmln. Alabama, was a Confederate colonel, while It I I. :to I he feared thai .the board APPARENT 'hat argument. o* the
80 right to complain of condition 8pt-er. of Georgia : Newman, of Georgia a native T..D.. ...... Pvmell. North has been very IndIscreet la its con ,
Carolina; Maxey. of Texas are Confederate. to:ers. and all Democrats except section with the proposition to drain subject ceased long ago'.

." MONEY VALUE OF GOOD ROADS I Spver, of Georgia, w ho was one a Democratic Congressman, and Is he laid bark of West Palm Beach Just at tae time the board has Be
LOW an Independent and Purnell of North Carolina, who Is a Republican the prneeeutloa of which has been opportunity, on account of th* VEB.T ,
4 Judge Clark.of Tennessee, Is a Democrat and a Confederate veteran. Locke enjoined fa preparing for that projest FAVORABLECONTRACT made trltl
la his report describing the wonders of the achievements of tile of Florida Is a Vermonter. and Swayne. of the same State. I I. native of the board evidently did not carryout '
E Ey ican farmer the Secretary of Agriculture does not fall to speak a .Amer'l Delaware. Meek of Texas. Is from Iowa. Among the Federal Judiciaryof the taw and a* a retail I I. now the r. E C. Railway Company of" a- .

hearty commendation for the attempts. that have been made. In a few the South thcr are only four "carpet baggers. There are two Union vet Involved In a* expensive lawsuit that curing a LAROE AMOUNT or ROAD j jBUILDtNQ

kiss, to Improv the -coo Jit Ion of American road. says the Philadephla I eras Cleveland appointed most o these, but Roosevelt appointed Jones, must be paid for by tome one-alwayt at a very LOW COfT. ,;

North American la no other thing are the people of this country to far of Alabama. the ttrpeyer.la TIle road from West Palm Beach t*)
hsalni tfcoa* of Europe a* In the character of the public highways. Of I Tbeee are In the nature of local office Very few considerable position the preliminary eipevae of that'' Miami '
. our**, w* have greater distances to cover than other civilized: people; la *. Cabinet, departmental or foreign, are held by Southerner. aad Demo'ratl Iralaaie there was a considerable! require tweaty-thre atUe *f .
: P eaae: th* population Is not so dens and then all Europe ha the adTaaUg construction before me two clues caa '
moray ( seem to fare about a* ..1u\ Republican Th* South I* ax recogalxed amount speat. something tike seven I I
of n* U laving had centuries la which to work at this b..laM. a* It should be It has Republicans capable of serving tilt country teen hundred dollar The board 17proprtsted be connected

1 But. whatever th* reato mar be, the Incontestable tact 1* that oar cuuatrrren4a la high positions with honor aad credit, but they are not recognized by that amouat from the gea- I j: Th PRJBSSINO: NECESSITY of tAe
( eves U th* most thickly settled and the most prosperous district of
their party. ral! fold of the county 'la spite of road U CONCEDED
m; this laat, are usually no better than they were sixty, and tot Improbably the ratatory provision that
money With a tai of tour nil
i I roan
Las a year ago. HON FRANK CLARK raised for one fund than not be sad
here I* many a road tn England upon which a man mar not find a for another; |I en be tally completed" the road paW
atone big as his thumb la the dlstaac of mil. a a s Nowubt !
,r sons as a The preeeat board was largely pat tor without debt oa tile county a4
w* bYe beet Uggar4s la this highly Important matter because nil- Senator Albert M. Williamson, editor of the Jacksonville Flortdlaa and Into office because t former bard a large amount of other couitrsetlom
:, r4 building began and developed with marvelous rapidity before Americans one of the most fearless writer U the State thus make smeade honorable had. *o It was understood violated '
i had mossy enough and a fair chance to engage. rider proper condlUoma. for kin ormer opposition to Hon. Frank Clark Congressman from tile 8ronJ certain provisions of the law, and It finished within the neat year.

t Ia the construction and repair of ordinary roads; aad the rapidity District, aDd candidate for re-election, without opposition: would look u though this I I. one ret- The tax for the DEFICIT: and th*
e'' .aa* tad cheapness: of travel and freightage by rail helped to ob.cur* and "We didn't vote for the Hon. Frank Clark when a candidate for Congress lOa why the people areto relactaat SPECIAL ROAD TAX 1* an the tar

) perhaps to uimlalsh. the eerioutneti of the Injuries laflleted by tile Insnfficlemcr from this district, but w* art her to tell you now, that Oklahoma Frank" to return some of the present mem- crease for which tilt PRESENT
of the wagon roads I I. "right there with the goods" la his attitude as a representative of the bert<
t\: Bat It will be plain enough to anybody who shall take the trouble to people h* I* now serving la Coogres The board's attempt to make BOARD Is RESPONSIBLE.

.& took Into the matter Chat good roads mad according to the best methods "Personally. Frank dark Is one 01 the most fascinating mea w* have the deleft that had accumulated for ap Two mills were added by the Khool

have a Urge cash rain to any community that U compelled to nor them. ever met and lie U making such a representative that all Floridians: may several year, by aa assessment that board to help pa.a deficit *a4 to

Th matter of eonvealenc and agreeableness can not b* Ignored; bat the well look upon with pride. W* need more Just like Mm But while It I. would raise sufficient funds to pay provide accommodation for Dane

nMwey-vtew U likely always to be more Impreadv to the ordinary mta. A easy enough to Bad mea who are able to "look dl.II.p1aIae4-t. cam mea It all off at once hat not proven at coaDt '
vt bad road repreceat loss to the people who have to keep It la repair, to the too o tn '(1... themselves away the very moment they begin to Impress all satisfactory to the public, which I constantly l.enal1.cIaU Pap-

tenon who nat It for hauling purposes, and to the community generally.T their one superiority upon other Is loud In Its declaration that the _. '

.I .r', "Havlag said as many real mea things about Mr. Clark. we did lath tales are entirely too high aDd are The State of Florida added awe .

PRSPERITY PERFERABLE TO POLITICS last campaign we doubtless ought to give our present Ideas of ta. man honing the prospects of the county I mills for state use.w.hM ...t

rL la 'homeopathic doses: but we tell you BOW, that Frank Clark has already With tll... questions the voter will the CONDITIONS AU'' ,
'r a a y I taken a front seat among the big mea la the House of Represeatatlves.. sal have to deal sad the general seatl-
Is published la the Interest of the people. That U KNOWN the
Th Metropolis people of D J. COnattr::
If else will make this
State pride nothing cause us to acknowledgemen'
meat seems now to be that I
.5 Its purpose la a nutshell sad by It ls meant that It will b* founj at aU !i they desire WILL BE ENTIRELY SATISIU9'
u ; The Metropolis was the only paper oa the East Coast that advocated Mr a practically new board to look
to and stesdfastly the .
f utterances advocating U4 sincerely -
omen firing upbuildlag Clark' election two years ago. It real I I". his calibre and ability and knew after the affair of the county for wl'h the BUSINESSLIKE POUCTt; .f p'I
of Miami and Dade county that It Is repeatedly telling of the <
that the people of the district could not elect a better more aithaor competent the aeit two I
years the Board of Couaty
; 1I'OGderfuI1'Cf'I and possibilities of the city and section; Chat it a.... Commlaslaeetpr
man as their representative' In be halls of Congress. Mr. Clark ft
allow aa opportunity to escape to advertise. to the world any and all In .
was elected and though now serving his first term, has already, proven himself
ncment that are likely to Interest and result la tile growth or tams I .)..
one of the foremost net strongest men I. Congress It Is a flttltj tribal ,
the greatest portion of the great State of Florida and that It Is cou.taatly It la hard to believe that the article! quoted above '.
I to his worth that he should now stand before the people aaoppoe! for were written by the (
dvwcaUatt such deeds, measures and acta that It believes will militate to
reelection same man and only about seven months between All ihe work ret.rr.&\L
th development. and Improvement of the city and Immediate country. '
t la his and various other ways embraced whenever the opportunity Is I to In tilt September article was carried out aa planned so tar a* the lawj

(j; presented, the Metropolis Is ultimately working la the Interest of the people BETTER SANITATION; SETTER HEALH allowed and the road was built for about .000 less than the estlmat ,

;; ; of Miami and Dade County This no one can deny; the fact I* evident There must be son CAUSE for such a COMPLETECHANGS: 01'1!

tad .* ban cause to feel proud because at no time In their lives Dave the The Metropolis has long contended and labored tn the Interest of .\nItatlon OPINION, yet, NO CAUSE OR REASON APPEARS la the article. A*...;,
I people been as prosperous sad the property development as great as now ; It has advocated repeatedlyclaaa streets, clean premise, clean tloa mad la SEPTEMBER.
105. art IGNORED: la APRIL IK*.
Throughout the country and even Into foreign lands, tb. people are Interest. houses and clean bodies, sad has shown that the health of a city or cooimaa
.J la Miami and Dade County and this office Is In receipt of letter of Ity Is dependent almost entirely upon sanitation and ('1..11..... Where thereIs YET THE FACTS REMAIN THE: SAME: ,

h>*air, dally, wanting copUs of tbe Metropolis, containing matter relative little or no sanitation and the people are filthy there can Dot be health: It la well known that the favor of ham depends largely spoa what

t l* the agricultural and climatic adtantagr of ths! section of the State. It I I. Impossible., the hog 1* fed, and a CHANGE or FEED will CHANGE THE: FLAVOR'

ear any personal advice that ca be given them relative thereto. Real e* Other state papers have labored along th* same lines- a crusade on U September 1K>5. the writer of tile above articles was feeding at Dade ,*
r 4 tat* men are flooded also with similar Inquiries from all parts of th* country filth-and these efforts, no doubt, were In a great measure responsible tor *
County trough. .
the gathering of prominent men from all sections of Florida at Tampa a
I This shows beyond a doubt that great and earnest Interest I I. manifest few days ago and the formsQo& of the Florida Municipal Sanitary League,. la other words, the editor of the South Florida Record-also the Kt.aaI' 1 .

-y m thin city and section and that the prominence It already occupies before of which the Herald. o' that city says: Evening Record-waa awarded take Couaty printing for tile year 100$. U ''

I the world I* being Increased "It Is the Intention of this organltatlon to spread over the entire State 1XM. the printing wan awarded to another paper, which, la tile opinion arf
t It Is also grail ylcg to note that the greater majority of citizens throughout and thereby secure concerted action on the part of all the municipalities In the Commissioners
was better prepared to do the taT!
required work
the county are active the good cork of building and developingThey Florida. The result of such a course Is evident The greatest enemy to *l
'k.,. have prospered and a e wlllilugand anxloua that other should come tIN continued prosperity of Florida 11'11be\ exterminate) reached a larger number ot people "

and do likewise There :ioom for more and they have but to halt try "It Is useless for the people of Florida longer to evade the question net The FORMER CHAMPION of the PRESENT Board of Commissioner f 1.

c.l'.1 to do better here than tt. could anywhere else think lightly of the danger that confronts them. In the past that danger BOW FEEDS at ANOTHER THROUGH tad the flavor of the product hag } '
An Interesting political campaign Is now on, and while a small handful has not been realized until It has arrived and appalled The experience of changed Some statements
are made la tttp
of Apr) Sftb. that
.f mra.among them some of our most prominent cHteas. are. devoting at the past should be s sufficient warning to the citizens. of Florida that. unless .
time aad energlee. to It an.1. Incidentally their personal Interests the ma stringent precautions are taken, fellow fever Is likely to appear The RECORDS SHOW to be FALSE. ,

it. jbrity of the people are unln'ereited and non-active, except that they desire fact that modern methods hire practically made Impossible the epidemics I NOT ONE: DOLLAR has been paid out of the funds of the county fog! t

i lo elect those who will subwrre lien the Interests of the county; their of the put ts not a reason. that the prevention of even one case of yelolw the prellmlaary work on the PALM BEACH DRUNAGK SCHEME. Air
tine ls too much occupied in building and Improving and reaping golden fever should not be sought .
I l Issue of five thousand dollars In scrip was authorized by the Board
harvests from the soil and 'he: ailtantstes, and opportunities offered to doetberwine "Let one case o the disease( sppeir within the houndariet of this State to pe''tr.
this expense and the warrants l fatal The ,
wa. work
and buslnest ..111If' paralyred and the. entire fttat will\ feel the effect I ass stopped,
t 1* this the Metrnpo!! concur and It Is taklrg DO Itrerest In the earn I The experience of lam ear It sufficient evidence that -be existence of the temporarily!! '>) an order of the United. Stat', Cot.'t In the mesa time

aja: other than to &1'* "u. and a1! ;he candidates a fair deal and justice I disease cans a gloom that Is difficult to overcome I he TAXPAYER u NOT OUT ANYTHING Tne mea who did the *i il 01"t

because It believes 'he in ve; lulrl"l1fh! Intelligent and null Informed to \_ "Florida l I. face to face with 'he quet'ion( of the ex'ermlnatlon of :the l fete not ,,",r. raid and 'hey are holding tje hag :
selort the bent men or nfflrr! It would n>* a"coipt to ln'lmldat them moequlto" or 'he ev ntnal appearance of yrl'ow f.-,eThe fear of 'he putvlirl'y : r
The law folw.-.l]: In this .
seas l
matter in'h best logal "
yam, b) d'Cta'irg' who h uM t t.* -h.-ir fhoic! gtven'hr dants-r'hat exists "iv In nrne, rase. greater: than the fea' i '
Tntf ,. at far 'hf \!"'ropdts! Iran s i', 'of' and necessary to to lop I of the dtapnae I The purple of Tampa an >-ve'o'h r city In 'he 3'a'e mar 1".f'D if the law u unroBVltu'local. THIS BOARD DOES NOT MAC "P

t, l"tc' Th. upbulMIni of 'be city of '!laI I ai J lude f.'untj are far niortImportant I realize rhea danger that confronts them ant :n.- press i It 'he agency th tmutt If the Commissioners have violated: 'he laws, why doe lot Ft'

.. matters toil I Ipfmi t!: con'll UP to fgh' this dafle! The future of 1 etnpharlze, It I _wrr! of "he ell'nrla: *ho also CLAIM to he a LAWYER! make 1a'. .
both IIt"ry prumlf'rz and tIp shil'' lal>nr In make |I' more 'o "The ewi.t thou
> was orfanliel In this jrs'erday will!! e\rt ever) I'harll LIKEI.S ant harp
is Sroujht to
Justin lni'<>a,! nt maUnf'6t
I po.Mble !fort 'o Imp-one the nanltan ron-I; Inns ,o 'he rltv. t hu: nl'nout the .
NOTHING STRANGE hearty cooperation of the people I U hepleM: The dim of every rlfltenl b..t'' PINT INSINUATIONS' hacked up' M etprettlone an UNSTABLE: M

l plaint laid out The qu>*Ktoo| must, >I... i'\ >-n actions runuMvra-lor: The h OPINIONS' tiirh, a< "_mt '0 boo." hardly to be< doubted. 'to b* F
Man) persono:.. :..t :I' .Ir.r.fo: that th .nisn -tfiAlrs of etrtav: l.fe bu mM ln'ert; ar.1 I a'l! o'h -r ron \lleraMont tha' feared. P' ,H /
l MID. are content to r"o'olo III 'he 'rtrVen cl'y and shire TV. their frvtune* tend 'o a-t: !1am.r 'he fn'huMami iha' l The .. f. U > .f ln
.1 | or ensued l silt mu- lea I tail ne .t I >a f > < and F\TTKNIN; but It Is t F.1KEijYI a.,1'j

s again > a..J He Th exvimlnsilon of the m<..qult.> slit; In the end mean more for This B-rl J 'If "orrI1I.lon! < -. !- :NOT INVOLVED In ,
4 \V _> nothing fat sea x>n' It lint r>fn*-*,. x-opr! hate known tha1 he rommcrrlsl "e'i'!M of the ene S'a':; 'hAII ar,' '>'1 r near ran-o -tpaelry ain.
i Ran Frri'.<.o hat ate. s, !b... !II lI-nllH from seismic dl'turbaoce. but. Ilk.c .. .. .Ut ato! ..i.r '11. Intrar..rnerne and 1f'1t shouts; h.. 'tae 'nnpayen'l
Railroad Ilimit. ,
may and ;\ the p*">opl. around \.U'I"o -h.>- has.'akrr stilt rhftcf"P' The Mice thlnr 1 of Florida: U no Inr.cs: i mnsldenHl 1 host n' fex.rho pro'r rtfhv l lposMble of l Pude Coun- sill no- hate :be bills':: [pas The PRESENT BOARD

{r would Ne tru. of Miami, A-.i-'i; N. w. Orl..r.r New York If ..Ih.: o : slit no r..ri-, OF ("OtiuleituNElt I .'* l I. "iiJine! 'o --a-1 1 ->..for- 'heaipav-, ,. Nt./' {: t
all of these rttihou H ."11"nmp treat ill!,a ifr the hulk of their '.. "' ,
popn h- "Dtn" -h a' Th ,
ot 'o\e t. or ?.fhe i.'al-h of The On 'I. REf HRr M H'r. { tF'Ol"R
lation! w-ld ten -. a "s- r % rot "rt" Mac' -hoi ,anrtt of Pan Fran Slat U at st a: o uc a. .- .. r.i a.d: .! ,,- '. ." ,'n..f revsea' : flit i l-ia1, h.ahA ; ,..
'f'.L; a -t.c f ? fha-
yI eivant null no; get "a\ if h< w HIM: ThM I ;o u-o.e pxlli THE "LARr.E 'INDEBTmi'.it 1r
-j hate had their hornet arelying zr.s' work to- f or' 'h, I. ien.r'' !I' ran '.. ale '1m'r" sits-c--fn' .
tn the treat oorll.: i rat! f f. Tea" I'll'111' and In 'lure I Is to Jump In'. I EDNES3 f-, .' !: for roads, built the roals and '.> paring for repair
sad a'v > \ rrMin| !h t Mrz a hs- ,>i.,1| 'trn Inca 'If'-rn Ipa'I' no U ,
e 11 the ii4 .. and f.r.P o do hi': of oil roa-l' .
all Ir. th.r! ; '. -,
: 1..l'r to r.in.lr. an."r :: r.iu'r.ha' mliV Influence. !Its I.I
'Sans A few people' ma) le.,. hr ir ;-ojfd fit) fMfood and all. 1 but the re II' I ease Th. r-ea-on I.i h. .> now '0 ''ar' -he rrimrlo arain' Ilk\ an ; Ir rmtIs: t: .tr',' Ire ... '''1"-,r."" f' fear nsrtir.. In -.ties. They 1';.
Infielu given to bull Mtu will, \ : !ran ether thousand .. ... ,...... ... .. .. .
to take :heir pla'fon. t. \ T of.in -j'i n n.1 ha''s Leti'r.! e tt'nr': "f : -r II. I likiO j' \ .I i le: MU where tip IIb-r cams
same condnion wou'.d; obtain "' -M a here! else The shock f\1 "t
I of
one '. ',
earnmUra'e i f-oo. The 'a Inc psil an I Ihr nal built this mlllagc! will' bet rw-
: ,uake' will not cause the Tnartri 'e Rn-nrrinn hixk, ho. p\t T' x ,,, -* 'a'sires'nirkrrt'Inthr'.v. 'i.-.f.-.s. .... .f s.h'l'te. 's

r may discourage the more tiirid 0.1''. lOP tim will quiet the fears aniremedy si )la1<" Ti'on., 1 e-r pr--t h 'h. h ",irh'V 1.I.iw >' mo' !iar fur. I .h,, .
the lnees .UlI.II1'; d In 'so.; I hasa Ir ''H nor 111'.1':11.: r' m-er or 'aipaver will he Influence* 'r
wl-f -! '
one man I. 11"I\ I hsn'ti 1. w' ak.n"n nl-Mim-1 o.l'snob: '
b 'he ,'.:'I1I"D'1 )f a MAN: .TONTIUDirTS HIMSELF
up '0 such si. oxenha- hi-: wf! won 'r. know blm If't 'I\P.: main ) show r
Lt,, Th sprit of progress continues Its onward march IB Florida from on' k hold oa life, their <*:itef r aim inhe consideration of their neighbors sad: that th* EDITORIAL COLUMNS ,f tae paper are like hi. a4nrt1a1q .
end Of the great Slat to the oher 'I .. __
their own efre: T "a7Cewt space-FOR SALE. T A. w1'yYltm : tit


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F.r Tn Collector ate fo the office of 'on stable tb ROAD NOTICE. = .

'0 be V ite's of Dade Countybrrr o "Dth: JllI'ln District of Dade rr '
r II
I. : am uo m I''If as t caaJit. o' uUe'" to the Democratic prtu '
; 'or r' >mio. in to the olleeIt i I be support of all my II 'C uai 1 ;iT b.
1 .f.. -f D. B u. -"'fof WILLIAM J. BRYAN
(' Tan Col cto-. subject to ? s RespecttfnUy. t 11a.. c"inI ,
be : o' the l jiocrstlc Primary John F. DeBerry
f In. ,,01 I 1 Ikai' I aS c"aal.lcrn..a
Announcements o be, be1! : 1 May, ,1. 1>V( IN
at.! r. i 'r' i 1.0' cc'ae I FOREIGN LANDS 7a
1 > Gautlcr FOR CONSTABLETenth
I .".,' I.rotltluul "r ?-( '.on'

FOR COUNTY -COMMISSIONER- -- i be'el; Accounce District mys..!f ss a can I .a. : (t1dP' .j'.n Ac of !>>tl 0, If jo. Meat' !. read Mr. Bry V.I letter of fort 4J. Travel sew II

au 'D" .. I., ".,. n. '. '''' District No. 3 V !1.lat', for the office 01 constable of IA""I Ilri.u' a -'I'[A 'f s olrh ful l i. Ik* tune I* .ttbsU'ik' lee the Co imtrWimam
r 'w11 Co-IceIx.n. 4:
b Y'rtthr LL n" .oa. n '
,. To the Voters of Dade County: he Tenth Justice Dls'rict 0 Dale
tttr i' r .nr II r nrr alll I or.l-r-a In << kesslon at J Brian editor of The
I myself u a caa- the will of the Dem open commoner nailed from
."; t' hereby announce '(JUllt). subject to
fc?+. ;: : our I r.l.: : /H. dilate for reBomlnstloB to the office critic voters, st the coming primary Miami Hoilda th. n* of daof. San Kraniist: : September ?7. for a vest s n,".it abroad. lathe I
a/Ml II nuPositively April, A D cour-c..1 his travel. Mr will ,
of County Commissioner la District -lection W H. Uorrla. 1506A. Bryan matt the following! named -ii '
n aa..MM S tb.t..en.c No S. subject to the action of th* K. Dearborn countries: {
a.r. a.c.eWnir.3 Clerk.I
Democratic primary election to be FOR CONSTABLETenth a
B\ \V M Pop Jepu> clerk. HAWAII JAPAN
neld hay IStX 1toC ,i District BRITISH hells
f. T. A. WlnBeld. T.hereby announce myself as a can' ,,8t' It enacted by the Legislature of CHINA INDIA* PUILimNEI3LAM.il

"" I Ildate for the office of Constable la the Site of Florida.Section AIKTRALIAXKW 107IT, PAI'EMTIM..
"t r* 'I For Rpr*.nt tlv* FOR COMMISSIONER Tenth District of Dale Bounty subject I 1 That the width of the ZEAI. SIJ. TIRKEY. GREECE:,

'. t i hereby ac&ouac* my caadldacy'lor District N*. 1 I to the Democratic primary aad ,Ii tires of vehicles used to haul wood SPAIN FRAME: ARLllY. SWITZERLAND, '
the poaltloa of Repr *.attlv. ''To the Democratic Voters ot Dad ark the support of an my frleada.i lor other heavy. loads over paved harj DENMARK, GERatAXT,
['t from Dad County To yoa I sub 1 1I j County i Rnpec'fuU,.. or Improved roads In any county of RUSSIA, SWEDEN: HOLLAND < ,

11 I tat Ua question of my quaUleatioai I take this method o' anBOuBClaCiay W. J. Wilson. I this State now hating, or that may From each of the countries DI..f'd.lr Br.1II

,U represent you la that capacity Hi I, candidacy for the office of county I i ,i I hereafter build and construct such aescrtbing bit observations and dealiif particularly' with wnt.letter the I polltleal -

!eaaiaaud at the Democratic primary commissioner from District No. S, subject I FOR MEMBER COUNTY I I roads Is hereby fined and established life of the countries visited. .

,aad elected at the general election 11,': to the action of the Democrats I BOARD OF EDUCATION I III follows: Of a two hors wagon, These letters will be published la The (Commoner and those who >i

({ than Jevou my: beat forte! to yourJMrtlet '''', primary On account of being enfaf- ':{ cart or other vehicle, shall not be ; desire read every ODe of these letters should low eo tim ia subscribing
aad the welfare aced up-bulld. "J In vegetable iro lcf It will be 1m- I To the People of Dade County: l less than four Inches wide of a four for Mr Bryan's paper. i .

\ kK ot Dade county ahaU receive my :,I possible for me to make a personal Vrgeat request for us* of my name horse<< 11 -on. fOul nr vehicle shall Th

? far t st consideration.J -an ass of the county, my crop dxandlni at the coming Democratic Primary be not lens than six Inches wide: and $1.00 a ,,Commoner ar. By l Is :issued weekly tad the *ut>wr1ptioa price is 4
t' "\ Reetrectfully.v : : my attention Just at this is candidate for membership la the of a four horse wagon, cart or other enabled y to offer for a short arrsi-gennts time only the with the publisher, we are
Commoner sad In. Missal.
to: W. Wataoa.W county board of public Instruction hide! used I to haul )heavy logs ors
I lire This belB( the case I earnestlyir I I \t Weekly I Metropolis one year both for Itoo, when paid in advance P
all my friends to Jo what they 1nds m* sot well equipped either ssaartisaa .
ie Fer Representative can In my behalf R L. WalL i or as office-seeker But it Is :nrht-s .. IU'. and that It snail be un cue year in any address for |l.ou. the regular price of tb* Icily)
[; the People of Dade County: rue that I hare had some eiperlene V awful for any: peroon firm or corMiration 1II.'ropol".I""e. .t
Le with i .< SB educator, and It, aa such the Iu.ed to be used .1.tddre
: Ute request of friends, and I I FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER to im: ur .. in enlert to VM. rrhtk C*.. MM* fb
[a desire to sent you la the State l eglalatnre 5th District I people want my service In the modest nit wh.rle nl..n'loot'tl In this section

'. I announce myself a caadl Mr Kirk Munroeof Cocoanut Grove, jut important office Indicated I knowof sib a Its! 1II.11b of :Ire than that '

I teat* for this office subject to the Dem- hsTlcg been unaolmouih nomlaated I ao sufficient reason lor refusing 'l'.rifle,I. In lining 1 lids over roads

fc eeratlc primary to be beta ta Uay"i ., for county commissioner by a mass '""bl. service I do cot feel the lure 'b'r: m"ollm"I, all any person ._ 1

respectfully solicit! tbe support ct meeting/ of citizens, we hereby aa 'of office and I can sot contend for mi .,r r..rH raiion >o oStnJIng shall

the people o Dade county aad. If unlace his candidacy subject to tat offlre: but I stand ready to respond gn\! \ of a mUlemeaior and ..uhI I Pomona

[.set... I .faithfully and Impartialdlacharge action o tbe Democratic primary UrUunroe to say reasonable request to serve t ::0 'ih.f palm and penalties pro NurseriesThose :;

tr. the duties of the offlos has been a resident of Dad The rest Is up to you.W. i I1! for In :>.'(:lln 6 of this Act LF
I W Fans
had will do all IB my power for your county for more than twenty years, V V .t Tha the provisions of Seci -
|bet Interest and welfare I trust toat during which time be has shown aa I )Miami ria. April 11 : 1 -1ali! apply only I 'o counties' wanting orange

the pleasure of meeting ale vot. unflagging zeal In the cause of food j( -'t'r bat hate built or mat ,

art' at aa early date and discuss an.Dnbfe V roads, and has steadfastly promoted FOR MEMBER SCHOOL BOARD i,...;tf> '"i,!M ant construct a system and Grapefruit TREESand

questions and define fully my 'i every vorthy Interest of our great The friend of J. R. \n'honv- Sr "t .-a.- 1 I. h-! 0: ';,ipiine' roads, and :

.-rue., la reference thereto 'I I county Therefore we ask tor him he-t-bi present his name as a candl. 1'rr n.e.ialn.: 'I; br! same and shall tb ,se c..nteml'aliDt! planting grove in the Uture should investigate
; ';{ recognize the fact that a public the hearty support of all good citizens late for member o the Board of Pub- ijt I lie op. : .It. br, a ""rod! of not our stick \\e are now booking order for 4,

U a public trust, aid shoulJ I I.t the coming primary Mc Instruction from the second' dls PSS han 'th':1 "to. i r HV 'han I and! future planting and are present

you honor m* with your vot, I will (ISlgnedW J. Shone.B 'rich of Dade coontv, subject to th. -lx Clon'bl ai .'. :o.,'10'cr this': offering t

[ tlChly appreciate your confidence and S. Potter. action of the Deirocrs'lc primaries \rt a< provld, -t. .is 3'' the finest stock of trees ever grown in Dade County high

will be loyal to your InterestRespectfully Goo Richardson and 4 of the same. .

... : Commute OTICE .-tie and high hammock lands. We invite buyer to visit

4t C G. A. Worley. N NOTICE OF CNAN -: '

I FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONERSecond I and re-numbering of e'ectlon' pr:: .:
'J: Foe County Cler I DistrictTo In the County Judges Court of Dad" I Election District No 15 leadc
1" 7 take this method of aaaouacuLg the Voters of Dade County: County, FloridaIn -
afMlf u a can lidate (or the office I hereby announce myself as a car ;
4IC Clerk of Court for Dad Couatr, Jldate for nomination to the office of Bounded on the north bv the northI Budded VG ettht Sour Orange or Rough Lemon Roots
th. re the Estate of John Binders. I Inc or sections<< It, 14 IS.: 16 IT and
Mhjoct to the action of Democratic county commissioner la District No. I.
1'! of township fl tits: south r I
ty orfortv
} primary F. W. Haaa. subject to the action of the Democratic late of said county, deceased
-two ((4! )I. tout and on the east Nurseries located n section 3, 2 mile west of Miami on rock! road r.0
Primary Election to be held Hay i I'1
it the Atlantic ocean on the south al &o near Little hirer and Fnlford
By securing tree from home
Fee Om fit the Clrcwn C..nT ISth. IX*. Ceo. B. Baker. Notice Is hereby given that on lion. ': >iv the south line of section T. <, *. I nurseries you uk no n..k of importing WHITE FLY or other insect it3

th. Demons Ic Vatrra of Dad FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER lay, the ISth Jay of October A I), 10, 11 and 12, of township dityonetill diacasea This i is an important i matter which should Dot be overJ<,oIted.. I '

Cooaty. I 1106. I ell! present to the Mono-able south rsnK forty-two (UZI) east Large illustrated catalog with prices and description of varieties
\> thereby present my aaa* to theRte.1 District N*. 4 of said and on the west<< bj the western bound mailed free <>n application -
A. E. Heystr. County Julie
ta Ute coming Democratse primary Th Mends of A. L** Alla desire irt of the county Tb.'OlIDI place
aa cudklal for clfk of O* Ito place btu name before the roUra county, my final account and all. of said district to be at Danla I -
circuit court for Dad oouaty. I of Dad County for the offle:* of Cart touchers of the estate of John Sanders Done and or,lerel In open session<< The riffing Bros. Co.
late of said county, deceased,
flaring resided here for tw.aty-Br*.t CommUsloacr subject to th. salsa held March 6. 1** '
and at the same time mike full and
of the Democratic primary eleetJoa.r i
years I invite Inquiry and laTtica- A K Dearborn
I !Ins! settlement with a fall report of Local Olf'Ktu Little River oJ N .mi. FTorWs1LA.1I
b eel 11 IXX
ttoa of show who do got bow a* per to May Clerk Boar, County Com
all actions and doings with relation
aoaally as to my reputaUoa; aa a dt1MB r my By W M Pope. Deputy
to said estate, and at toe/ sam
my r< or J M aa official la mr JOOOOOUI
time I will ask for a final discharge as
Pie 4
peat and my fitaaas aat eompetaa7 1 STOCKHOLDERS' MEETINGThe
toe the oboe to which I uptr Th* Meads of J. J. Holly aaaouac administrator of said estate I annual meeting of the stock.

U elected I promls fair sad court him a* a candidate for Couaty Cosa.mlaaloaer I Emory Bpradllag. solders: of the Dade County Security

ova treatmeat to every dtlsaa at the. la District No 4. subject Administrator o the estate of John I I Iom" pan) will be held In the office

bands of ever person conaected with to the action of the Democratic Prt- I Binders deceased ,T the cashier! \<1415 12 Twelfth : : : :
G.i \\orler.
the office.Sollcltleg. !mary. I'Street UlamU, Fla, at T. 30 pm.
the support of every TOUT I Attorney for AdmlolutratorIADJUTENT I April 24 toG, fo- the election of r

., who considers m* compeuat and cap- FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER officers and such other n.lne"s as ere

able. l aa respecUully.Xa: leased DIMHMFTieads ray come before It.

M* H. L mlck. of William Helm aaaooaM GENERAL FOSTER J E. Lummna. I I- rapidly! going t }the front a- the '''adinj V
Palm Beach, FlaPer lilt candidacy for county commission STATE MILITIA
Z-t I W F Milier, Preslles:
from th* Second district, subject to th* I Secretary ; city in South Florida. Everybody '

., f' Clerk *f the Ctrc n C*.rt action of the Democratic prtanart Adjutant General J. C. R. Foster F is tfoin; to Miami. Now i is the time to I i
Mr. Helm U a successful businessman
BUrla that aay services for ta* *. U. a A.. who ILL FOR DIVORCE
8 T tad Major Duprsy. fa
tat In years aa Chief Depaty la the enthusiastic for good toads a becure a choice location either for bu'i- t
"' arst-class clTll engineer and wall were la the city Saturday and that
Omp ot the Clerk of the Circuit Court \\1.
Court of Seventh ness or residence. Choice location :
igaWee me for Ute posltloa. I hersrpctfuUy quipped to fill Ute offlc night Inspected Company L. Miami the Circuit the in
Circuit of Florida la and for
.wltb, aaaoaac my eaadi- Rifles, were very pronounced la their Dad County the city for sale by : : : : : : %
for Clerk of Ute Circuit Court,
praise of the company for Its large In Chancery
Fleet District
to the approval of the Demo
prlsatry I respectfully announce kyaaif aa roster and the general condition of Georgia Taylor Complainant
i. a rttta. a eaadldat for th* office of county all the arms, paraphernalia, etc of TB. 'i FORT DALLAS LAND C0
eommlsaloar for the First Dlatrtet Charles D. Taylor, Defendant
r till organlutkm. all of which was To Cbar'.. D. Taylor. Defendant lathe ,
subject to the antics of Ute Democrat
/ f 'per CsMty dark le primary of Uay Ii. given the moat careful scrutiny snjeiamlaatioa above and foregoing styled cans: <0: xoooc'xo: 00 lOpDppppp00 OO I

i Ow Democrats of Dad County: Harry DaBota. It appearing from the affidavit of

", tab this method of aaaoaaolafFcuttdaer Jupiter Fla. la speaking of the present In spec (Oeorg Taylor comp'alnant! ta the Call on (_tr. C

for th* offle of 00u11n'Jeet tloa which is being made of the the above entitled cans, that you area I I :TOXIiTBAfent.: EZLZ.Y : -. :E. I:N'02\.A.H.A.l..! I ,

'-wMct t* the seta of thee FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER State troons General Foster says: nou.resident of the State of Florida I Fort Vlc<<,-Pru. Fort Dallas
primary aad will approaay The State troops as a whole are and that your whereabouts residenceand '
Second District Dallas Land Co.. Miami Fla. Land Co St sttiyvYr
_ support that: my frieada To the Democratic Voters of Dad forging ahead and la every company postoffic address are to conp'alnaat I Augustine t

tjts fir ... Respectfully. that I have recently inspected there unknown.Therfora . .
Coot: rr<:x.x; .))O() :.:. "
+ Z. T. Marrttt Is noticeable change for tae better.'fhe under aaj pursuant >
I hereby aaaounc myself aa a candidate
the State of Florida, It to hereby I I -
awe of -
for th. office of Couaty Com Miami Rifles which I Inspected Bat
Fee Ce sty Clerk mUsJoaer from Ute Second Districtof inlay night, mad a most excellent I ordered that you are hereby FREDK. S. '
to to the bill MORSE.Real
r.WIQ fan appreciation of the bah Dad county subject to the win showing and I am glad to know that I quired appear r.1 I .
| against you In the above cause on
aakad for and promising taltavprtormaac ot the Democratic voters aa aipreaaejat there are such active and sincere
drat Monday IB April the same
ot days If elected 1TJ the workers U the arfaaliaUon The Miami
_ earning primaries I II
: Ing: the Id dour of the month and. a Es-ta-te w
the honor to aaaoaae myself a Paul C. 1".. Rifle Is one of the best companies
I I rile Jsy thereof' In the l$0f
t. for the offie ot dark of the I I
West Palm Beach, na.I I in the State militia. It Is further ordered that this order
Urciit Court of Dad County and ask I' la speaking of the coming State | > published In the Miami :Metropolis I i 11\\<-** op stairs Cor. At*. < and It: tb ->i r ;
>lst Test rot ta the primary of Kay FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER encampment General Foster saU
I pub!:thej In the of
I a newspaper City Miami. Dade '
J. F. Jaadoa. Co.
I Flor
First District "The Stein encampment this year IMIam1.j Dade County, Florida. once ( a.i .
I hereby announce myself as a candidate will be held earlier than usual probablr I, .arh week for eight consecut'T! I

tf- Far County Treasurer for the office of county commla-1 the tatter part of June the loostioawhlcb I weeks i AGENT OR LANDS OF- "

Se the Voters of Dad County: doper from the First District of Dale has not yet been decide I It U fur her ordered that a copy of I > :

tBarlag been IJeatlfled with Dad county, subject to the decision of th* 'I upon As soon as I complete my tour i this order be! pouted at the Court I Florida hast (Coant! Hailwa\ l'0. -

CSaty dos ll i; having don the coming Democratic primaries ,lot Inspection I will the!; the encampmeat j llotue door in the County of Dale.Ions '
,tmy bat I knew how aa aa ladlrldal Chas W. UcPhersoa. matter serious consideration I I and ordrI pursuant to 'aw Florida I <>H.t Line annl and 1 rH'i ( o. ,

; ctttaw to make It a roprecaty -oss Stuart Flaw I Both of the regiments will likely be at Miami Florida Dade County. this I Boston and Florida Atlantic C 41".f Land Ce. ; ;

; having Eyed at loll sale I encamped together The Iocs too will 31st day of January AD. 1906. _
et the eoaatr. aad havtag Uod a I FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONERFifth necessarily have to be central TV I A. K. Dearborn C'erk

rahne offic ao that the poopto.M,r District grounds must be near some 'own ..>, By W M Pope D. C, 31am
bow whaler I do ao eoaadoadoaatf I hereby aaaounce my candidacy tot'' that they can be piped and have I O. A. \Vorlev, I Bottling Works A
I offer myself caadldau I reaommatloa to the office of CountyCommlasloacr. Solicitor for Complainant.
new aa a other conveniences" that would not necessitate
loc the ems of County Troaaararto subject to the adios much labor ml trouble Inreceiving WALL & DICKINSON Prop

the Democratic primary I' of the Democratic primary aad solicit supplies, etc" I Devil's Island Torture
tad every vote that I oaa get tad the support of my DsmocraU ltb Street' Near R. R.. Miami. FlaManorsrturrr .
than the tr'rlbte of
'a no WHIM case
that my friends whether la the 'rieada
I I Abusing Taliaferro I P11!, that fl"lete l mr lrt rears ThenI I
or country win not forget medal I E. G TwMdall. .,tAll
-of the primary. U rvtara H I'I was 11,1,10"M I to apply IliicKlen Ar I / I1

which I pspml**. If elected, to I FOR TAX ASSESSOR I The papers o* Kr West are nnrrsteful nlra Salve and lens than a tax pemar : I
After Senator Taliaferro, ntlt evict me writes I. Nspler Kinds of
tae lilies of th offic with
-1 a *
par I To the Democratic: Voters Of Da4.eoa.t i ia
all woun1. ,
sari lhyrumptaes Introduced and secured the psosaii*., of Rnzgle' K Heals hurn-
M accuracy '
) : I
lof, bill Jeslred t>v the ol and cores like magic 2Sc st all 4ru r'
I to a spongers
u give ptlvrieOe
I will be a candidate for raaomlaatlon Soft Drinks r
that for the of the I I JA
hwtlneea *. Q Cam I at the coming Democratic prliaary city protection

s for the office of Tax Assessor and re growing beds of sponges and the promotion
i Primps AttMtio to An Orders. OM-of-Twa Or *rv solicited
and conservation of the bust
Far Csxrty TreasuresTi :spectfully solicit your support storesPATENTS
.' th* Voters of Dad County: Oeo. O, Butler o". of gathering them he Is abased ill' -

lli 1 Hereby aaaovac myself aa a our I a. hostile to Ket West and B threatof ll''

_i-4Uat* .for rwnomlaatloa to the owes FOR CONSTABLETenth calling to account Is mail It IIIt' R

li.(C Caaty Treasurer, aahject to the District Men that nothing but a sport*

Mtiot ot th. Democratic Primary I take this method .' snnounclag subsidy will MtUfv the sppettte. "I l '
.iectloa to be held May itU. IX*. I myself a candlJat for the office ot : Those people The funniest part ol f ls'. w s M.1 b e .wr ala COY eWew NTRI e.r a..arAa PAINT !A'S Itrtr t BESTPolitical : rr

c. H. Raalersoa.Per covetable for nte Tenth district subject : the Incllent Is the rr li-nmnl rf 'hht < B..Ive & .s e.a C..1Ya.5 V 1Fr, ,LP

f.1- Y>aml V to the action of the Democratic t senator beanie a Tampa hank lose<' ../sNst..v..i ssd W/rgnasl s..u.r.a.r.Patties tacMshaly.wnr 1+'? FCQTILIZCA- .. ? red ,,

Primary election to be held May, ''D'OfIn Or.H-k. sod I American' t"-V i ,..... a.rrS %+ '
Tax Cellwtee. lSh.: tOC 11'1nl: Into the "tnrtnesn A. tV" hn a maY area rye VWl/r Nti e.1.1 MwwuMNooN 7 T\4r"re (sI, -.r.r: E'!", 'il, :.. ily ;

tf I hereby announce myself aa a caavJUate SAMUEL ROUNDTRR. pint II Inn neeeesan. '0 N\ t''a, o o. 0 FLCe: nc.s ,II 4r /, S. .

for the office of tat collector a" Tamps' hsnks have money ". ana C...__' ... }

r..f Dad count subject to the action FOR CONSTABLE ".1| It I I. their habit to .(K': It ,.ipopl GA-SNOW BI17e.

%-cf the Democratic primaryIrT Tenth DistrictI who put ap\ th* ('I'1'a'r-a'-

nI.. ....e.t hereby announce myself u a caa- T mp-- Times

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l"J C Watson Voted Against Reducing Railroad Fare.r

a'i ,
From 4 to 3 Cents per Mile

bB1Jfixing J
i The record of Florida's representatives in the House, '1901, on R. Hudson Burr's

1 1I the railway passenger rates at three cents a mile and how each representative votedon

this important measure. ; '

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By Mr. Burr of Dade [ ?' '

House bill No. 50

.,. A bill to be entitled an act to fix the fare for passengers on all railroad trains in)tbfBy

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

Was read the first time by its title and referred to the Committee on Railroadsjaod: l!

Telegraphs. ,

s House Journal 1901, page 7b. ,, "

Committee reported unfavorably H. B. No, 50. Page 216 V

EUGENE H. DIMICK House Bill No 50. was taken up and read a second time in full ;eMr

Davidson of Gadsden moved to indefinitely postpone the bill
CANDIDATE The roll being called the vote was: s

1 YEAS-J. W. Watson, (Speaker of the House). Messrs Butord. Clark (T. L. ). Close Daridso,
1 Davis [)wden. Fulton. Hendry, McGri in. Palmer. iW.( L. ). Parnsh of Manatee. Raoey. Rns..ell. Sledge,

. I I I' Smith. Sparkman.-16 ,
I :YS-\tun.: Anderson Broward. Burr Chambers Crawford Duckworth. Godfrey. Gorvt.
Grigjr. Grajt. Gunn. Hopkinv Hunter, Jackson Johnson, Jones, McElroy. McRae. of Pa Thirty ago at lie alt ot seven i Dimick as county treasurer, to
years years Eugene H. Dlmlck. cam to j t Ilir the unexplred term of J. F. Laniond Putnam. CMeen. Parmh of Holmet, Raulerson. RITCM of Columbia. Thomas Whalej. \\1,111,a III 11011, Wil..jf. '
resitted. That same fall he Wolfe.-? 17
Dale county and with his parents
was elected to the same position and
and relatives settled at Palm Beach. I ass reelected In 100 So the motion to indefinitely postpone was not agreed to r"'.
la 1881 his family removed to North Mr Dimick was not again a candidate -
Carolina where h. attended the common -I for once until he was Inducedby Mr. Burr moved that the rules be waived and that House Bill No, 50 be read a
school near their home, and a committee comopsed of the rep- third
1 where nil father died compelling him resentatives of the labor onion and time and put upon its passage '<
to fire up further schooling In order others to become a candidate for Which was agreed to by a two-thirds vote ;
L to go to work to aid his mother la the county commissioner from the Second '
support of himself' and two younger Commissioners' District at the lat 1 And House bill No. So was read a third time in full. :
y listens t: Democratic Primary In Dade county Upon cell of the roll the vote was: t tI '
HI first work was driving teams oh and was elected by a Datertoj majority
the mouataln roads between Highlands I YEAS-Messrs. Anderson. Broward, Brown.Burr Chambers, Crawford, GodfreyGrigg.Graut Guns V ;
North Carolina and Wallahalla. For nearly sUten month Mr. Dim
Booth Carolina A rear later his Ick has served a* county commissioner I Hunter. Jackson, Johnson, Jones, McElroy, McRae ot Pasco. McRae of Putnam Osteen. Parish of Holmes]!
' mother died and with his sisters he how well he hat served and wits I Raalersoa Hirers of Alachua. Hirers of Columbia Sledge Thomas, Whale,. Williamson Wilson and
retorted to Dade const jr, where be has what Interest sad fidelity to the trust I
since resided. Imposed la well known In his district Wolfe.-?' ,
When the town of West Palm Beach and throughout the county and needs NAYS-J. W. Watson (Speaker of the House). Messrs Amos, Bo ford. Clarke Clone Davidson I II
w was first Incorporated eugene H. no encomlnm here Safes It to I
I Davis Lowdea. Fulton Hopkins McGriffin, Palmer, Parris of Manatee, Raney Russell Smith
Dimick was elected OB the first city say that If elected Clerk of th* Circuit Spark
ry', council where he served with credit Court the Citizens of Dade win hare D.-17 .
to himself and to the community.A la him an official who win not only
little later he was a delegate to I be competent and courteous, hit perform So the bill passed title as stated
UM ooBTentlon at West Palm Beachwhich the duties of the position with
declared against the conreatloa the ldelity and careful attention that And House Bill No. 50 was ordered certified to the Senate. Page 433
; system -Ji nominations, and la tow has been a characteristic of his terries .
v of primaries ta every position of trust he Semite Journal, 1901
la Itn Connor Bloxham appointed I haarer held. .

9 re I0. D. MOSSHM WAS .
I HACK\ slCRirA"At
- I At a meeting o: the ro9'.
com mite. of the Board of Trade hAd:
I Tuesday night u D Brossler wag .
oaaalmouily elected secretary, aad the
I following standing committees aw .l

I Bounced Laws 31* Patterson J T Bass .p.
!den. R. H Seymore. O A Wetter
Watson His Vote The 11)1. D Price. H F Atkinson -liRl .

Explains on John. Hudson ers M and Townley harbors-E.M Shaaahaa f RomfX r.1M ..'

I Railroad Freights( EL: Bendy;'
C. D LeffVr. W W Erwin J. At
a.e McDonald Jas Glrtmaa. J R.llott ...

3 Cent Fare Bill Health andSaaltatloa Jaekpl -x': ,e
0 Ealoe. R S nua(... Hat. :
I King R B Nellson l rtI
Public Bull.llng-Jobs Sw n. _...,.1Waddll'n.
t I J W Hornet H T Whale.'.
and C M TerrellManufacturers '!
; r I -.O r Trtssell. J. 1 Jt
i Conrad R W Rhodes T L CBU.

K uring the session of legislature of 1901, Hon Hudson Burr introduced in the House of Representatives a bill fixing railroad fates at Taylor lea E: M Wells. B-o Hinton A. 1 L f'f
three cents j per mile in this State. The bill was properly referred to the Committee on Railroads and Telegraphs, where, after I I ey Bridges C 0 and Ron Hlfhwats. F T Badge B MBa&,. UKSkaxcs. .

r hearing evidence and careful consideration, the committee reported the bill back to the house, That it do not pass. When the bill W A Lof on i. .
came up on its second reading the Chairman of the Committee moved to indefinitely postpone the bill as was the custom for the Chairman A t'Ullurll'B V Blackman. f.t.
Morse J H
of any committee to do when the committee's report was against the passage of the bill. He stated among other things, that the I I'7 K horn Frank Tatum Jaixioo'A M Grlfia/..K ;dI <<

railroad i Commission was at that very time considering the advisability of fixing the rate at three cents per mile. That the railroad Coma I EduC'attollalW :M Burdlne. W... "
mission did not wish the legislature to interfere and further stated that if the rate was fixed at 3 cents,the ont thousand mile book whichwas I Hall. R B GaurN-r A L LaSall, J. r}
8a lhr. Julius 1nI'b.
then sold at 125.00 could be sold for 130.00, and further stated that the Committee had reason to believe that if the rate was I W Farli A ) Kolb/ W.i 'i 4

N fixed at three cents per mile' by statute law an effort would be made to repeal the law creating the railroad commission on the grounds, I Emmlcrafl toF V" Blackman. p.t s-
Ux that as the law had fixed the rate the commission would have nothing to ..h.Vith this report from the House Committee who had ',i 8,1111'1'111:Morj.j H True, r L h'

r made the investigation: and other information" before me. I took the (position that the rails! l ad commission would fix the rate at three I Ad, r'I'ln.F B 3. 'a.man i 11'.(
u' cents when it would stand the test of the courts as the Supreme Court had long since decided that all quasicorporations was entitled 'M I Brawn 3t| ice. 'III Edwf .

i to a reasonable interest on their investment and. not knowing what the investment, receipts or expenses were. I preferred to leave it I NMm En'.r'i,'Iur R. c VVh"I. 1. -H tr 1 1.ar.h.I".k.; Mm.".' ;

+f : with thf' |>rople who did knotsand who had been elected for that purpose so voted against the bill. When the bill came up in the Senatea I R 0.1 a. I \1 B r -' II:. BL ....
a big maiontv) 01 the Senators evidently thought as I did. as the bill was indefinitely postponed !br a vote of I 14 to J o. :Senator Carson of ROD 5 ,I. Ii P-rr r anv' ".ybs4,:
h; i Osceola Counts v\ho! I am sure had as much to do with creating the Railroad Commission as any other man. and whose father-in'Iaot'. M. 1.1 p N ard. Dr.'rsflom.

4 Hon. J J. M Brvan was a commissioner at that time voted against the bill and I am sure he did so because he thought it should be. lett VtnTfc. .. .. .'\ ..> ':"
to the commission and that he had reason to believe the commission was then considering the question In Senate Journal page ooo. "Ifi ., l''' r"p.IU. r ? It kit ,... .1
I"' "' '' :
l 4, Senator Baker of the nth district ,land a more honorable man never lived i gives this explr nation of this vote 'h- s I roan"" ,
"Ir. i. '
'- "Mr. President: :My position on such questions as this is a matter of record and well known to all. I have helped to enact into '? I a ,-_ 11"m"mil".'." Ie F.

a' law a measure that delegates full power to a Commission elected 1 b)' the i people, whose duty it is to'pass upon all such questions. I leave '..'','r. t'. ., .,' r"ttt,, I '.... 'I "'t'.
the responsibility: with the commission and shall vote to indefinite 1} postpone the billAs h I I" dos,.

!; i rther evidence that my position was the correct one. \\1 find tht rate vws afterwards fixed at three cents and mileage I f' ;. I I fnPOwtaE'
books and half s ... : dt" =
kept at two one cents. .. Jtor
t 1 regret very much t be forced into a newspaper contovcrsv.hut. as some fens political agitators and curbstone |>olititians seem to \ nr zf' I Ir .,
- ; !have nothing: to do b.t: walk the streets and endeavor to array one class' of citi/ens against :mother and are endeavoring to muir me in 1r

I"s m) race for Rqm !-e! tati\! I have written the above but I promise not to I pain) furth'r attention to them. te'

&t If anv I 'an.l"1t! to 1..llPW m)' i position either in the past or at present upon, any I'\hlil.:l matter I will gladly tell hm: \Lit I ask I -fl stint>m and b> 'p

them not to take the staturunt of my political enemies. J ... .. 3 tye.
I sits:! ]li, T e th<' matter with the ]eople. The know me. anti; thc \know tm opponent! v" \flll' for vo-.r; choice! and I x ill her, "'It is' 1.,1' i-

I' ',\

Respectfully, J J. W. WATSON ',. r BKtrr

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1 It 'S the Q1.1'; :, and }

he Price that make Everything For The House; 13 price theq that ja'iv maki and

: f our goods popu'a''! .
our gccds p pula

Furniture, Carpets, Rugs, Mattings, Kitchen Utensils

i f
every descriptionF'ra5nk i

T :Budge :Stlx Street :IIV0Ciaa3aJL, F1 :1 orlda:

kuit Filed iervbtse.r Little ftlvr II" nomenal yield aaj shows beyond EDWARD BROWN WILL it

A suit In garnlshm and ..sumpalt Episcopal service win b* held to8t question\ the fertility of Dad County PAY TH< PENALTY she When within a halt mile of her boo i TJ,
Town Ii Iine wu attacked by
I Topics. j i'' Andrew1 Church Little River on sod. party or .
damages I1.Z50. Z. J Fort vs T, and especially that la tile seer I unknown and killed. e
*Sunday next In the and 7'30 I I
J P.t.rFort Dallas National Bank I I morning I vicinity of Miami Continued! from Page 1 Evidence ,
garnishee, has been died In the clerk'l clock at night Rev O Bernard t : that she had bees .
L. A. C Library have added office of the circuit court Clarke will officiate Topic of ser' There attacked la the road; that she Jumped r r -
Kw to their *helve* several new and laUrestlng I mon la the morning: "The Church of I read human are salute many In people the lls who of ear the and to make his peace with God and or was pulled from her wagoa, aaJ I t '
mat .Jo
boob oa the history of our I the Living God Not New," and at Bight I land tell either rta or was carried a short dl.. I .
They to their
fertllltert own 1.
are th* best The etecnUon will take place I I. the lance Into the wood
State Library hour. 1:10: to 1:10: -Why I Am aa Episcopalian" where the coo ->
kind of
For sale by J. t a person csrrteethe Jail yard enclosure th* I
x p. m. Tuesday and Friday Lammna, Miami I haad There Ire other who eaa '' proV I dltloa of the ground skewed that she | t.
a ably belong erected la the southwest fought bravely. for her life ,
The skull
I Kwavater Taken t* Keys tell
a man by the sap h* holds hi I
I tad t
corner enclosed
Aetaa draamlt lad auppO for Mrs kchmcrl DeN Excavator No 4. of the F E. C R'y bead There Ire others who can ten j from public view I was horribly crushed with rock lad !
I by a high board fence From
BOW on clothes torn i
: IDle by Lummnt 4 .*..a. The community will be mocked to Co, which with others was built la the by the penmanship what kind of a until la this condition she ,
I learn of the death of Mrs. W. M terminal yard was taken to the extra person he Is, and la each case there I* the day of iedUoa, Brown, wat rand early la the sight by the i 'i)
who, up to th* present had beet cooI searching parties -,
sion yesterday afternoon This It the much truth.
which : I /
Schmerl occurred Z 10 this
: Mr Chas Carroll on. of the firm of at : tIDed with other prisoners la a tort* j Th* aathorltle became active ladBrowu's 't;
fourth of Ixexcavatort that have
aftervon at the amlly residence on Did you ever atop to think that 1
+ s" Carrou Clark dealer la bicycle cell will be locked ip alon
night West Twelfth street Mrs Schmerlhad been built here to be taken to the key can tell a firm by Ita advertlalagt'Study street followed a day or twe ..F.
left last for Atlanta and differeat The CriwueThe later Th
evidence I
been aa Invalid for the put two The other two are nearing completionand the ads In this paper and you I' agclast aim was ttl i
1; points la Georgia He will be crime with which Brown It circumstantial
i but :
as soon as finished four others' will 1 be how conclusive of gullr.at !!.
true I
year or more, though 4eatb"II surprised 'to life they I i
gone about a month on his summer | charged lid for which he will\ die na hit conduct aad that ,
not believed to be to near The funeral Gently decided upon and making ten are Thlt la a better test o' our theory pretence day sand 'i
vacation and will try to Improve hit unforeseen Intervention
arrangement will be announced ''III aU. will be started These eicava. than any thing else Ton know I occur. night afterward satisfied a jury '
Ya health. la'.rDou't I, tors are nothing more than dredge 'he' merchants and you caa Judge how was one of tile most revolting aaj terrible of twelve competent" men that lie hadcommitted I ,
la the history of the :
: which Instead o floating, wfll be usedon far wrong we are county Mrs the crime i ,;
A : Laugh and cry with nt to Grandmother the Dora Sug ;s.a highly esteemed and ladurrloaa The prisoner has continued to deny 1-:
heels that
fall to Grandmother Hitdetirand laud being on convey There are the firms who have been labuftnets "
.I j HHdebrand Legaev A senattonal them' *sr temporary trackswhtlesand woman was retuning to his guilt and assert Innocence though I: ,:
a long time and have a fair
s Legacy Monday Sic
drama la five sets MonJay and HOC night. Is dug' from the aide firfilling business at a good prods They are her home near Cocoanat Grove fromMiami there are many who believe he wtin \:
S TVn: on the evening of December 1) make
May a confession before '
r I and trading purposes They a-e verypowerful satisfied to let thing. take\ their court I executionTo / 1.
t' Grill Roost Closed and tell' built mach:nes. and Their' aj tells that they rill be found
: w B Hiou>Q. IIId uuHlnton < Albert' are expediting the work of grading at The same old place and their goons ,,
mother and sister of Mr Ben The grill and dining room of the materially are the ,same as usual so there It no Parents: School will Soon be Out!
Iroquois Hotel cloned yesterday for
Hinton oil this city. arrlTed this mom use to change the reading hence their I'i
ce the and )( 1. B.
1 tug from IKlsslmmee to make Miami I summer r. Holt themanager NOTICE FOR RIDS ad tandt the same all the year, and : THC }
I their fat or* borne nf'r.-111 take returned to Dartona to assume Sealed bids for excavating grads tear after year '

+ up their residence In the Landls house the management of the Breakers IIIIt certain road at Jupiter, will be received There are other firms who mike
OB llth street Mr Hlbtoa will Join the' annex of the Clarendon Ian at by A K Dearborn Clerk: of sensational I runt of prices below the Miami Conservatory of Musict

; his family here on th. 'Mth that place The lroquol.11 still operate the Circuit Court. at Mlnni up lo 12 cost price and when yon reaj It TOG ,
but only rooms will be for
open clock noon of the Sth lay of June look at one for the book for you knowIt
gums J Hull Davidson, the pro A. D. 1>''X Specification and ..1.11II.I I It a bait because no mall raa sell I Will held a special twmmer term May tel t* A.o.vt let In V1efl... r

Order a use of Daft Jrtnka deliver prt.tDr11 return la a week or two ite location of road art on file with goods below coat unless he make It Plan. KlneVgarten act PrlmaMue..*. c.lI.,. write for ,**!**>

or shipped to you by the Miami Bott- 1 H. DuBois. County 'ommlMloner u* up some other way Tare act term*. A filM opportunity for Ute yv"| falls Pravtle +
Bag Work, MfjV. Kt&IIII..J'I&tt '' Mosey to Iou CIa IJQroftC property Jupiter Fla Plane supplied free
There 1* the firm with the such I! REGISTER EARLY
B. 8. AJMdem, Coooaavt Grim, By order of the Ho1 I of
: County sentence "'* want your money." FRANKLIN COLEMAN BUSH greeters ESE Twelfth Mae.
Mr and Mr*. R. 8 Flanagan bar 1! Commissioner la open session at Mlami. That was a fool thing to advert!** and I

Issued liTltatlona to th* mania** of I Will Buy New Yacht Fla. this, the fist day of May, A. the wsy It was rua showed the firm

their daBchter. Miss Mary Agues 811b Captain George H Meyers who recently D. IX*. was new la the advertising flelA It

J to Mr George O Newcomb OB the | told hit crack Uttl yacht Clara A. K. Dearbo a, was ran until everybody wu tired The Racket Store .

1f evening of May 11. at t o'clock at i,accompaaled, by Mr*.Meyer*. will leave ClerkBy I I and the paper did not want to print ;
'the Presbyteriaa church the city the latter part of week for Brooklyn W. M Pope deputy i It any longer Then that firm'' Bade
a change of front and advertised that
where they will speed the summer not I i
I you rut ferUMter*. consult J. B.LBBUBBB returning home until October While Raised Phenomenal Crop they would /n ail order made to the I

a vi for the oM reUabIeIOOd& away Captala Meyer will purchase Mr T. E. Savage, living near the I|catalougn hoot for 1 cents lea than
s city has brought to th* Metropolis It could be delivered from Chicago
Bra41y I I aaodther sad larger yacht than Ue
I Clara, sad will com south la her the office a tweet potato weighing several Everybody said It could not be dove

boat being pot U the *aj... party pounds, and which h* says la the average but the firm made good their promise
Mia DIM: Hall. .lec* of xf'&In.1 I business, her tli* at a quantity raised on a and that I* always the test of valu of Picture
me and W. -T RaIl and small patch of land at hit horn* So advertising Their ada have beta of FramesWa
T ChalU. left WVdne4ay for her the kind that It take very little effort
| large was the yield that figuring proportionately
If U
are going out
yom pay your
bom la Macon Ga. accompanied b'l j for the mind of the observant IntelU-
i, for machine ( hundred bushels would
good act
a why
money '
Mr W. W. Mill She has bee rlaitlaf cent reader and buyer to tee that
but Other have been produced from one acre of *
th make
ft food
( to late sad leading t
at the home of Mr and MI"1 they ere up *
bee we claim for Ole BTANDAJLD all ground Mr Savage says also that'
F_ Chain for the all I their IlDe.MIAXI.
pact or wren
1 the good qualities of other and maayI h* produced this season five hundred ,

month. I I' additions.! one. If you really want enters of eggplant from one-half acre i| HARDWARE COMPANY i to-Or dAr I,

Grandmother tikldebraad' the best machine made can OB ut off the same vmund Tbli Is a Dbe- "W* wart your money* e=
a Legacy
or let ut call on you and we will tell I' -- -
AudltorinmJIonday, May 7 Sam and 1 about them '' :
UII"'"'. courtla la worth the price of DIMICK REPLIES 10 CHARGES

admission-SSc'anJ Mc.I I'
'T"* Revival' h"tc.e

The revival meeting now being held MADE BY THE MIAMI RECORD ]If have of loved
Miss Molll Jones, the attractive andaccomplished I at the First )I. 'E. Church under the you a picture a one, a diploma I

daughter of Mr and Mrs i I leadership of Evangelists J. M and M

A_ T Jones of Danla, retnrnej to hers !, J Harris It proving both Interesting I marriage certificate or anything of value i.il.
+ homes that place on Monday She ,'and helpful Mrt Harris preaches ,

baa been connected with the depart I|I the evening services She It one of TO THE DEMOCRATIC \OTER8 OF DADE COl'Nr\ .

went store of E B Douglas for the.past the belt preachers of the Gospel ID the Since I do not can a newspaper and mutt pay for the space that I don't let it get ruined, have us frame it. The

t season and will be greatly missed 1 list o' evangelists now before the pro use I may not be able to meet attacks on me' as fact aa they can be pub

"i by he host of friendt the leaves behind pie It Is a pleasure to listen to her 1'shed. but I shall endeavor, before May IS, to answer all statements I tHem is small
cost when
very we do the work and
i I full round voice She presents the to demand a reply i

plain Gospel In a clear and forceful It may not be generally understood why I hare such active and even
tr Mr Leola Tatum opened her new I maser Their singing la always aa venomous opposition from the Miami Record, Involving, as It does. a the work will be done SATISFACTORY
boarding house la the Foci raldeocea \, Inspiring feature of each aervlc Day complete change of attitude toward me. personally and officially, within '

14th street, taking her aid boar.I I- ]i meetings are now being held each day the lilt few maths So ar u known to me, the RecorJ present rtews I

en who were with he* It the Rutherford ,-, at 2 p. m., In charge of Rev J, M. are due to the following causes: I

Mist Peck Messrs Byre Las- Harris These service are very helpful FIRST The Record favors one of my opponents for Clerk of the

a alter and Rally being among them> I to those attending The evening Circuit Court and It pursuing the course that hit frlendt think best calculated I THE RACKET STORE F*
Mrs. Tatum will rmal la: the Fogghouse j service begin at 7:30 o'clock AH are to win rote +

iv for the year, having lease It cordially Invited to attend the service SECOND' : The Record has apparently aspired to be dictator In Dade

P r for that time : County politics and resents my temerity la running for office without permission .

r from headquartersTHIRD W. H. ChaKte & Son Apents. Miami FloridaBurdine
z V : There are personal reasons One of these crops out In ,

EXPERIENCE IS THE I the Record editorial of April ISlh entitled His He Been Faithful ------- ----- --- --- -- ----- --

where It la charged that I hare betrayed a trust reposed In me by personal

BEST TEACHER iI friends h
Before replying to these Insinuations In detail I demalldtbat.beCHARGES t ,

::I 0 be published In d.tlll'h"D nr the INSTRUMENTS In
illrY &
c question are published IT WILL APPEAR on the FACE of them that I Quarterman *


to the agreement. the parties now claiming to aggrieved- (whomIt .na
.t a I It prudent to designate at "X" MId "Z" In order to avoid the accusation I ,

of divulging tecrett '
J: III I shall be able to show, when the accusations are made tpeclflc enoughto

L warrant It, that "X" sod "Z" FIRST IOI.ATED THEIR AGREEMENT:
1 and my action In filing the instrument for record was Induced by such action 'J

1 on their part and to PROTECT .\ :MAJORITY o' the parties to the stree-

III ment and I assert nn>quhoc lh that It .st not prompted h) any other :,
1 .
motlv I think that any 1I'er l or an' man -lth conininn stn'1 w'U 1 ..;).

,. MV that rhea an agreement It violated by one PTTM the o'b-"r parr t'I ;J

released .

.c .- I AM READY to 'IE.: InnlET\ \lL heneTer the R"-'''.1 1 \1 111'ear Dry Goods .
fit\t to do soFOt'KTH'

t Last hut not I....'. the il'l,1| ..f <'''.m') Commlv.bnrv! '

of mhlch body I am a tni-ni'".r ..30 unpj:'".nr, *' th.' twclnn'q..f( h,. Ladies' FurnishingsFine
0' :
'f'ar. to designate another |JtaJ..r| 'han ttc R.-,> d 1 v 'b' foun"> ortili! ,
:. organ SINCE THEN ihe R.cord has wn a .%.E".V I irlT and I h.>< .1"1 >

4 :c: covered that the oUclal io"iiri "f Yr Hoard na. t>.-.>n rrpr'rn:
w it .detrimental to tbr In...-..... of 'h.. Lonle' .' ion h' pintlpI ," lh.i"+ tart Millinery
\\TT are the people

Jz How often have I told you to use : The charge heon naI') v" .'i. R'-r-ir' ''n.I' I "1tI I m' art in z.....l J I"

fal'h ..ltb\lr: Fit', and) M' I '!.. .1 1 an 1 entra'ei.rnr.I 1 nn'. rbinl me"''"I. ,

to defeat 'the appoln'm'1' t ".fI" Par'tOrn TI'1.-, ar KF; P"Na t

tr.U ; SIBLE for this CHARGE alr"- me hat bern iff..-, i INCONTUOX:
:> United D Vegetable Paper i im.E Fl1DFNCEat 'h.1 irr,,' lion U l'NFOt"I'FI': I 'In' 'h '" ht-

NEVER been a ward I pn"'t-)hel 'Ir, the Rprorl to f ,. .t 'V IN.II'STTCE: e

Y 1one mr

I i1FNO11NCE 'h. '. h r. I. \n
Tomatoes nbmlt! 'the evldenc. 'n VP' TV' a1n w.'i, 1 evil for "' Most
line j
For in
Wrapping complete the cite
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A' 'n the rha'j tha.TPT' 1 I .n t r l' n r "" .1. 'ti'!

rAY the prellmlinri .' -. of'4r R' .' i'a1m R, "'1 .t' "n .;. ttI _h'...' Mill
I Tocep'ed a loral rat, Int r >-,' -' rh nr"rn w t. 'h'b.. .,'t .. Orders Promptly Filled t

; It is The Best and Most ECONOMICAL ", II.". rol M hr IV+r'I. ,. '0" ,'1 wan wts ",',f" t fI 'h' r ...'n a''h, \4 ,.

1.4. 1RPROv11. ttnd" iIERTY: 1''fI1 P ,TF\' .f ttFI'npU t'r'1Tn t jr
If '11.. a'torne dl.t 1 n.,' ,' ..5 "'i, 'ton I I' ,I r.,'." 1 '". t r :

I E\'cry shed guarantt'ed. For sale by 1. v 1 the law I sillI-.t' .1" .c', nnl ,r".I' In I f""'l'h"' f.I. .

I PENT. I' ", 'rrf'<:VTTFlV F M ')* h"' : ," I "

a M B. Lvman I I.antaua. K:a'audon L. H. 0. Sjostrom. Hallandal ",Rn1ttFFlt! nr F..F.rTF'ra'l! "r" f ''' .. ,. .. H "J'rr TY I.I"

v an.1 \I B, Leman. Lantana .. ,, ..... .
Bros N.ER" nnlrr r n .F t 1."n' I I 1 :;
A J Hufe, .. :k River P'ac:era' Packing and Preserving ." "I\ rI.." ,' -' I" .. .. Bardine & Quarterman Miami F! ". Ja.

R B Mr;'on"< A Co., FalfordSaici Co Delray, Fla. ., I ". I. ," ', '- P r.C .. \' i
t [>0.. 'J t3rt''nton .t: Parker, Boyntoa.ij F rt'Nr 'I ."

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54 .VTHE




: AND POPULAR SUCCESS I I ','' !.. t1. ,,. Great Clearance .tit I

\1...... I :. eark Salet/

I .', F,1' .If: : :'.I'.r .. Jf : Y

; :lt : .1, 1000rp.| .... t ..".t.

L."fl)tn' -ic :a i conifrt given m .L' -' .' 't i. i I 'a 1 JQ,: J. .it t 'be S'a. vita .ill, i n .11.1 i .1.i i .I.I d'1 i i .

F ,..II"1 .. 'I U lit I U' 1.IJh M pnia" :.01 1 : ifc t h. i""""a of tbo.f stem I .
\ who
of ausgtt'a s. ar 'total.Ibe i i
'j ..t !L \I ..1.i... i .r-* v.i rut <.f vl ,-" I: k oo"lnca'i : and art seniing a dl! ATBURDINES
I Ss.un" o! he tP" produr'll>n. of 'b. :6'ma 'o Miss Yarborough, a'' arJ lit i .01'1.i of: vellow f.\tI i.tnutl

p kind ,n gmn: in Mnmi an 1 M* I.. b. r a mrrt i tai( pt rfectlon In pianoh I hunt onlamgbi: S{

F, .Dklln! Coleman W .h. ,lirtc o, ohi IOn and harmony hich was meiltt1 Mr \\ 1Ion was qui,e iupruiusa :

m ( oD'U \aon. \11.: Julia Tallf !I. '< Those pitting certificate the Ott t 'hog ..nJI UI"n'I'D'I ,I set 1s1
:-\) .E barge of the vocal J..paral.D': : '" rIn> t'tal) tines by the Tampa paters I in

J aid I Mrs Bush violin, directress. fit piano. dll'lom.II,. Era Yirboru.h their r 'poits of the met?'Ing. which

' jtisth! proud of thrlr work tor the \ junior certificate. Mi** Anita I resulted. In the formation of the Municipal

A part ear and heard with satisfaction ,"mena dramatic Ji'partment, junior Sanitary League of Florida

( the dfmontrattons of one of The !erg rertiacatrs :Miss Jars Beeecher Herr The He-all of Friday airs In partWith ,Ib

'' es' audit-nee ever assembled in one ',, a Perrv Margurlte Moaely. Rober Dr VL.. \\eelon as t irmpor

bul'ding: In Miami 'a )(cad. Ethel Sefton and Ethel Mayt ar> chairman and Col J D Calhoun

uti The stage vki beamlfu '" The entire performance was tbornjkhlv temporary svcretarv the :Municipal

with palm. fvrni and rn.iir fiirnlturt tcoed and everybody fit that Sanitary League of fie: State of 0-sr

ender the direction of :Mrs J.'he SeaL he Conservatory faculty deterred a Florida and others who had responded
great deal of credit well the to tbe call to organize
: ell: efff-ctlng lh' garden *c. nt In 'ncor' at at pu a permanent
"Faun The program opened pts: participating organization, met at 10 30 o clockth's

t Sttb i a .101n: dart t bv :Mt>si>r* Br .. n morning In the Boar I of. Trade

*' ,1 Oa.I.II' But acompanvtngon MR. WILLIAM t4EIMANNOUNCED : rooms and held a sesulon las ine for \\ e add a number of important items to those already mentioned
h. plant Thr young men ,hoed neatly an. hour and aha: .\h<)ut

, ronMrteraii: knowledge of the ink PLATFORM I' noon an aftjournmen' was taken 'ini'I '
J .i clock thU af'ernoonPr
't ram nt. (het played and no
SF 1 t>. "Iel". ..flll la heir i efforts tom iM Palm Btacn. April SOC I \\ ,ylon states th. >liJ-< t of -- I

',. : tb, ni.ttlnk and sail I that It pas fur
4 finished ma'l..nS. 'VI Mi seat :t

, ) \ f"tk'sed. :Mitati111e:! Hahn. K. .r :0- In tomiDg before the pt' herhanje'amine lo :he of.1.heath......f on'h. rnaters unotttouts I I 20 dozen ladles gauze vest taped neck Yard 1de unbleached Domestic t I

Yo'i h i stcal! solo The Flour IKA \ Of'e r o f lltdt t'uun'y as a candidate in the S at,' He .01,1 I 'h it h. I and sleeve. Berth, :anywhereten h., 20 yards to each customer 'or25c
.: Aglow :My Ix>ve;' by Pft"I0.,' :i 1 'h' ?'tin( of County Comalissiouern .. / e .
[ : hit: those would' fc-
mr. i p'" stn' cents no4 .
t "lth h rendered In a clear f".f'K. 'i'i .oind:! e was ark h anl I 12 yards Lcnsdale Forget Me
.' !I't rnIOn\ i nn 'I h: nl! -
voletthe audiencea:ling i I.f and 1 j, IU coutc: an erron'onemp'avon' $1 I
1 ["r no which 'I 1 d a < : toa 20 dozen ladles'gauze vests Bleaching f for
hei hack. hut letting a prec >d.nt no ) vhiib I im Informed !V aF'
'ttnlJnc, h.' sad! that he ,
.3 ?If'
It our.lie was gives This 'aa MI'f -nit' if D1fll..D,!', is Inlng: talked worth 15c now 3 !'or.
nil le representative ertrna i if 'h.'' 1
H''tn > debut: us vocalist. although: .It. r 'hn"n.h. ut tb r ,nu'y. namely. .

't nhh..'.. !>.-* hrat4''h< i treat l> rasurr 'hit I 11811I a far'lima: c.n.I1.13te. which was Chip In were r.ttiit not| of pi .manIP son h"1jl.. ...ifron.i h'' 12 dozen b.dles'gauze vests. 25e Great Line of Shirts Sacrificed

pianist 1 and if .b. bwoirVs antffiri iptOiuti:: I flu-t emphatically !leD
: at uncials: at Jack ')tI' III.! P. ni-'colaKey worth 2oc now 2 for'e
anl i 'Ia't :ha: I am absolutely! nonf
she I la pianist
ni a Vocalist at a \\.nt and some of ,he srnl t J have a broken :hoc of Clutt and
b. future in the musical world I I. full :'cti.gatand. H' Ihh.k l Is sell 11.110.11
I ',,;n. evprs ing their reer'ty" in m Ten dczen assorted Turnover collars: In Monarch shirt u attached: and de'r
:toe Hewh 'al..n any part In any poll
if '
:;great Anita prospectsM1as C.DO' followed with an :ical can:[MinnMv I being: able' to take part In 'the proeet. 1 1InRs black' hte: blue: and pink' worth tachctl otter .\delvecove oat a hirt. which: ;
if the 25G a'e we to TV\O
,: 1..31/11.. t.at ha htvtoiill >< in L'T
excellent piano .no. false; Op 41. by canJi fact in :his Instance was b\1!\ co .11'1 1 25 to 35c now tAo for.. .
aut' oprra'e Tampa 4
hopln11*, Canon ffhowed great bn'u lb' 'n a number of con

't technique and her execution and Inter i." ivam citizens and business men of and Dr \with\" 't' Un wha also'evir refonei action, 'oat 0 ih taken,. slim i One assorted let of silk and v. ash stocks ,, I I Let 1 Cluet attached and detached cuffs a1 .

.:t'\01l WIT* perfect. anj hghlv! .Jii* .!istrirt to wham I dlstinc ly and coat shirts priced 1 50 +
PIT apt
lendinci: from ,ling worth !five to :
surroun t ti'' nand thirty- seventy r
the audience > a.l htn I 'na5tD',1 1 to offer mime ) 25c $1.20 I
prwiated by
he sill! hat they would! also fall:1 and 200 now .
five choice for ..
'Ml.s Dora Iswirhorn sas next with : for the office! of county corumlsnei cents year ,"
''III line. anl 1 foil": the txfnple s.'t bv
"" that !f t-cto.1: It must be bv
rlolln {
colo It being byt'
a Tampa th ii .1.'. r city I Ur're- Let 2. Monarch attached and detached
'Ive dozen ladies fine IInnene
t' Schorr ann This was one of the moat be v "te of I'OD'f'na'h't' votersof Twenty -
I don spoke Vltflv on the! cist.tn
r enX ed selections of the evening and Dade county and not by any par and the place ah"re nwquion'gnra'lion. 'I hemstitched: han kerchle's. put up 3 In I cuffs worth 1 25 now 95e
)('IIar: f.ic'ion. and that I would tab
the performer was heartily applandedfor at. .
are bred and most llkeh' to lo 'he a box and wcnh 10 tc 15c
h<"r fine demonstration Following n,> part!. tot utter into any combine, I5c .
most harm He said I that: In the enrsr
this was one of the diversion of the or the purpose of blng elected And ., of time he hoped that cisterns InTampa This sale per box
evening Miss Koftx beautiful olo. i I shah! to stare positively, for the ben I
and elsewhere w"111,1 I he abolIshed Special Shoe AnnouncementKeith's
.u "Rom.ota:' br Robardt accompanied t>fl' rf the voters of the county that entlnlv 100 lan, and si.k baby caps at half price

on the piano by Mla I TalUferro. and if I am .'It'.d. I hall assume office

.:e r i violin ohliiato I bv Mr*. Bush This I abdolutt'v unbamptrt-d by any oblige I; Councilman Miami J Heard J. \\"If"From". I) Mian I I, Lan and percale! wrappers 95c Konqueror 3.50 and 4.00

. 4 rtelectioa'as truly beautiful and Miss Don or promise to any faction or laJh'I.lua1
worth 1 1.,0 .
.. referred to his! dlaD,1 said that: new tte are exclusive agents for this famous
+ Knlbt ennnrlatton and stage pretencewere wha'ever and that I shall
bljhlr comroenJableThe I use my best endeavor! and judgment there were practically: no rUtvmsihere : La/n Kmcnas :and For style. 6t and service this line baa no superior
sacques I
at all prob4bh I not more than
45c and few < naU. JLST V
" selection Horn a business standpoint In every e ] RECEIVED
next on the program I transaction 'tat arise la a half dozen In the whole town Hesaid worth 75-. new.. .. .. .. .. I a new line in all the late and
connection popular
waa a violin aolo by Vr B. F. Dads that th. sewn | i styles
I ragsystem waapt'actlcally I
I f Air Varle; by Oancla was the title i with this office! over one-tblrl "f the city __ _u

of the selection I and Mr Dads did i M> only reason for consenting to and that the water mains covered Ibe'I' I

;' I, flit work, being generously applauded inter a* a candidate at all U that I town Mliml he said was In the Mat I W. M. iiitie 316-318

fee Miss Mayrame 8liopw bole rice consider It the duty of every citizen ,, health at th. prt lent tlnu Twelfth St

k mezzo soprano voice has been heard I to give of his time aad services to ,, A number of other delegates spoke I

zi' with great pleasure IB the pa" cam I It the extent of his ability when called along: the same lines all being heart ''

I alit with iUtcairiAb.- which upon to do '<>, and to assist In the ad lly In accord with the formation of

V seta beaatirnHy rendered la clear I vancemtnt of tile general good and I a Slate unitary association and the |

t sweet toss, every word being dli'Inct, think that every taxpayer la DadeCounty doing of evtrthlng |>i. -lbltto Increase DIPLOMA WERE GRANTED I .

ly enunciated, the aadlencc allo..llle'tJIelr will agree with me when IIse the general health and cleanly i iI. GRADUATE I
apprrriatlOB by continued anplaa I ) that on the sound business policy niodltloos of the Stale TO HIGH

v' e Coming nevi acre the little and good judgment of the men electedto "At clock
the convention a.Ilsembled : Business
F Misses Kaa mans with violin this office! will depend In a great Tb. committee The last night of the commencementpxvrrists i Miami Directory
These two little laJlet are on the 10101'1 measure. the rapid advancement and'. organization submitted its permaItent report I uf the :Miami High: School.I ,

; to a brilliant future In the general prosperity of Dade county I consisting of article of Incorporation. attending the presentation of the dlpluaias :

world and la their I renditions which By careful, honest and Impartial discharge providing that the to the four young lady grailo

i wen quite "I!!I nIt for such young I' of the duties of this office, and (I I ganlxatlon: shall be the name Florlla of the Music or ate. was held la the tltorlum last Tr>. Out of Town Buyer, and those within the city will find In the .

people. they showed' great execution by seeing to It that for every dollaro I I i I Ipal Sanitary League The object I Frlda>'. The stage was beautifully Hat. below the juMr.*.. of Miami Merchants under

of tie Instrument and were heartirj the taxpajers money expended ,lot the league I I. to promote popular !Ii decorated .lth palms and cut Rowers classified heads for ready reference.
applauded there I.I a corresponding value returned I I the latter being In the color of the -
study of i YI
I i practical sanitation and la
I Ulaa Era Tarborxmrt rendered the I In such Improvements aa may from I I duce the adoption and enforcement : visas of !>)*, red and .white and a* a

--RhapwKll Honrrolae 11.- time to time be gentle breeze passed through the ball i I 11
by Liszt required, always kf'ep'1 Iof| inch municipal rule and regula I L L. RAOV A CO. U. SCH1VIN e
which was beanttful aa< haadlej) with Ing In mind that a clean, honest administration ',' lion* a* ahall conserve the health of the swaying of the palm on the stage ,[ )

such ease that a pesos coold listen of amhllc affair will leadto I I the people with special reference to and the subdued Ugh' of the building i I' Fresh fruits.. Vegetable I...Jer. bi pep rataarf .... j

t4.: for aoors to her playlag Miss Tar a low rate of taxation which U tha diseases contracted by mosquitoes gave a grand picture I of some little th Infest. Cor Las a Mla. i. ITa. .-in a. ToO Artiesaa tlittraaafAVWBM ;!J .
1i borough la a ftntahed artUt and her beat Inducement to bomeseekers to :! "All nook -Falkland" The house was '
h and president 1"-
mayor o nounells & > .
iastructon at well aa herself should settle In oar midst and assist la the :: of all | crowded! with paren'. and Idmlrllll racy Orocera. Hay Orals Kl.ua. rv.
municipalities ID the State. rs
es' feel fully repaid for their work of developing of onr reaourcea i the member of the Stale and friends! of the graduate I ana ...|... ,..mlt.... MRS. K. C. t
years- My friends have been endeavoring t The music by the Blscayne Orehe : liCK.I' .
i health authorities shall be ( ( '
Next ran the rent of the CTeatag. to point ont to m* the necessity of my members of the league, with such elt"l Ira was as usual very good and between : .. L LUMMUti Real Istata.

i't Act S. from "Faast," the scene being going out among the voter and Introduce i I tens aa mar be elected to each rendition by the speakers lofts J. .. f gad I

r: the garden of Marrtertta home myself to them that they may ship of the evening It gave a selection [ .-' a vjroeerlea. Grata, I' 12012 Tvalftk atmt MU U. Ma.WILftON .

1 Th at"e'was sapplled.; with a slide judge of my merits and I will say 1|I This morning Mayor Sewell received The first address on the program: wa< Hay sad rarUllier

cartaln, and when the cent openedthe hat nothing would give me greater ,I|I' letter from the secretary of be I hv Prof \V W Hall principal o' the A HUOOLKSTONRaaJ

t sight was beautiful and Inrltlng pleasure than to come In personal I|I League notifying him that he had I <(hoed.l He spoke from manuscriptthe ', 12t1l fittest Miami ITa. BBUW u4JX flt.aw..s y i

a ; Mica Herberts Perrr, aa glebol, was outlet wit* every dtl/ 'I I been diclid third! vice-president of : r address being to long for repro- ,

-r, costume In keeping with her p.rtl
* { and sung her line 1n a clear, sweetrolce : as other matters claim my attentionat I I him a member of the executive com I :\lr Hall iw.lt upon the Importan MAONOLI GROCERY CO t
if trailing the i I' :n,1 I it 'hllrlr'n: ti A. ... CAM'MLLDeaJer
Her this time bat I will be .
acting was perfect pleased totosser .
I Ipr..lltf'd niltiee. and calling attention to the! "aI.i r. I. trn-.rte. Hay aaJ
Li'' a very pretty appearance) any letter aairessed to mea fl'"' th.t: i i mi-eMnc: of I the committee 'h.. right ,llrfctl.in and 'he seeking. Or... la Dry Good*. dot*

and the audience thoroughly enjoyed West Palm Beach on any question will U held In Tampa Friday. May f pfo| r iTirlal! if. the chlH! do lac. Gent rttraUalnga

'* bet work.Margberlta. dt 1..nPIn 4th and urging that he be presentMavor 10" show the ilt. .sir. and till St atlana. r..A lit Aww If Miami lfa lr

t 1 was Impersonated b) conclusion I ...tI:1 say to every Se ..ell appreciate the nonor \ kindergarten. was earnestly asked '
:rl Mln JUt Rr-erher In most voter of Dad |I for :t.n 'hi professor and be said that ------ -
a commendable county to Investigate ...nf. rr..1 UIMI him and will make! an ,, ---- -- -- ----- -------- ------ c
y style This young lady la I carefully the quallflcatlona of every effort to ar.: 'nl the executive commit ; Ml"nil hml.1; I hive one and that with! i

bi no means nnknona to Miami then : candidate for every oOce \ote for tie ni,,.ilng ih,>unh pr' ti lns: !>'i.lnesii hi all "f tb. newspaper anl I elec. Has Stood The Test 25 Years

going public a* she has performedIn I 'h.' men that you consider qualified sill Ilk'h pnvint his at en,lance .t"i h uf. |prup.. r officials! lJaot.'rounr,
tome o' the bet productions ever and willing to glee you a fair and I .." 1.1.ba: ," one The t>anlnj caj

t! S.." In this! r TT Her 11111'11. although I I mipirtlal: Imlnlstrailon alwa> bearing What Did Frank Say ;> ,11" of. "n uneliirai.I man ..*. Grove's

long and difflrult! were rendered In a i' In mind the principle: of the greaist rM'att. d I to imp l'h a high school:

,'1r' a cl-ir and beautiful tone. and she and I I' .' good to the greatest number This \\t ,11.1:1:I 'onl.r.nc I wits. I I. ....itba Ine.I\"n\ and for the fort years of L
I'' b.r Instructors I..'...r I I' wan .h '''n hr a'a'lstlc thai
should feel I thironKhlnn : I IvUv I give from the standpoint of I our Conpitttmin Frank' Clark.

,lfied with her performance las i i a tup.' r and shall allow myself said tu ( "..\t'oor uf Obio la :the heatof bet! high' .rh.o,1 pilncitt I nun would I Tasteless Chill Tonic
:1t !1. S ::1 l *'I o btt'tr off than the man
night Miss Beechen voice I I. of the 41.Y ih coming election debate that .as. hlu. |I..' ntilel. li) :
rich !I ..ho hi,1 1 lift >v-h.oi, br.it h'- learned
silvery finality and beard I
was to came to Florida 27 year ago aid Join Sharp \\1IIlams a'I.1 I Hint git t

., rood adrantaga.Mr I I have ocn many changes: In that time Into the Record Grtnv' nor i i. one of l.a \ H C lesson NoCurNoPay 5O
t I Th.' I low sitar) piM,, the womench.ed cents.
\V W .
a "Faust did \lhime
has ben on Lake north hf most txasp'ratii" an: Insulting
unr well In 'leg of the fact that It I I slnct 1x97 and many changes have flea In l't'agtrss at 're's! hilt "elarrant 1: tcherfi In this! rountv' win also ----
oh was his first I : ntp| !Ianiel( I and ('on.lo1. rahll' stress
appearance In .1 l lhu taken In
opera an place Dade since he
county I not a* gad itf he gavewhen
.il 'he fart 'hat aid rearh'-rsS' her notes and was applauded In a MRS. HENRY FILER
A brother. I'rof Eric Hall as "Mephiftophele came her. but I predict that the next he affronted our l ''>n :romuisn which tlbowed
it ,""ih morn thin they were get manner appreciationfrom
*. acted "like the derirth ten will greater strides lathe I A gratlf feature
t I years ape ) Ille of the "pitot'e! Is
the entire audience111as :Mr
', ichors not worth I Alicia! Filer widow
outhout th' art nnII.'r I were! of 'he .at.
scene. and his
slnclnx advancement of Florida than the that It iccatli atmtiun ':St' fad''
'he 'vlir psiJ I them hilt he was lad I Alice Jane Ellis was the last I Henry Filer who died September
!S f
r was of a high! order He rendered :27! that
past rearsllh the >
that a'i I his tnarbersn of the graMite to appear with heressay last. expire ar her
home 'LICIty
'o woolen
his I ; I II say at Lemon
i part to 'IV entire satisfaction of the Panama Canal and with railroad Ohio has btt a r> p.. l I'sf', .1 l b. The Afterglow Miss Ellis .
tt: the vhole au.llf'tIN' and :Miae Phelps, parsing throuch this !via connltu. .' u""I"II.all I His speech con Sandal morning of apopiexy,
I section Dade and I. < his .
I tallied st'v.ral f s nty t.ft"'f") Ii U ::1".r.,1 1 her essay In a fine manneranl in her slvvseconl I Sear
h; a* Martha was detith'rul Her slatepresence I I county will keep well In the lead In !last !f'rm. In ("onrr... 1.1Oak I
b".I.be realized that the lives Mrs
end I was well received Filer hal I been a resident tsklreie
gestures. ptcare I Ilh. general proor.' alve ..dnllr..m..lltnorlda I Democrat .
f her ih-classmates an,1 I herself! t
'r' all worthv of note and her linenr Icif Miss 1.0011.Ia: ) Mavnard. daughter county' for man )'f'a' -.. and w'b (
1 ",' In mot 'I'r in I "Ir.S (' :Mawtard. .u ba,1 I really just startedMr her hnsbsin was one of its plone
1 .sung a pleanlnc soprano I Let Dade county then take the Intitlve I A Rip Watermelon I-, ,. 't or 'h p'orraii |to deliverh W M Bur,line. one of the meml se'tlprt She was a woman of 'rn
err 'u II. cverr word being b.'a'd ,!1_'IHCT for
a strong. uounl economical
r'r ), i t.. wVch' sit utilleI| "The l tears of IV present county school Ch'i'! l filth. a levo, ed wife and a
I grrsMTe aitmlnla'ratlon of onr pubIc I :Mr W. 1 If M TLomi.. i',.f '''I. '. t In, *",r i 'n"1"b I..b' nun 'tioar I. then made 1 a few remarks:ouch :'ot Ing mo'ber and had

.The costume were Importe l from | affairs In even, denartmen'..,and presilve ani I h ir I Silt, king jtiieif 'f r. ,. T, r'b [HMi "viral centuries inn up?r >the needs of >h. school! =:n\I Ipral 'thrntghnn', 'h.. ronnfv many who frlead
I's. V a "I. a1 a big expense and each I In t'relt'o" w1C:;: tit
t | I I : alwav for good rovem living Iho.'n, flora I a't uf thin ... ":".17. *ho*Ins that! they -vere r,1| the pn>s n' faculty In their' .or' ;Iv (tan'' ,l it her tennis.! 3h.. I.'t
I"ri"allt I.
I vat perfectly
"ra',1 carr m *nt. gschools! and good roads cltv on tn. Jack H iT: t' fff "' 'Of ho workings .
& 01"! \ Irk Hall In the r.e .ta troth 't'.' i n ..al'b''I dnan'to-1| Hif-ct of the i ;.1'I .I I oy a "nC A T'ea: ala
of which I !Irsd to
M grind fxllowshln mitts Oikltckn 'e rm tor ratter 'o ti,' I f ,". .('bOo.11 '" a'll a n'wther' rt
Hif "jr'anlc !best
Majeett In I".trc
* / .' : 'J' th close of the he rel I I \ and haipiness Respectfu: ,m!, 'r.t i I" i 1 u'.u' ",__ Ml, dR! aTaylordrt,j u1-." \ ih' etose (If !his remark.Ir I 1'l", 0t.-is. '11Ili

tJ. crop sane Wll.HAM HFIM: It !. not! viY lin.'' "'t i < 'b' i I \1't.' I; "., R Taylor. S Bi: tin. In'T.IIICf'.1. I <<.'a.or, Fr-i.,I :: ;,. :, The r weal 'N'\ pure 'hi' 1.
.1 t line J'er
surrounded bv ;
$ var.onit I u-I" .in.I i t"'o'r"e. a >r- > i s 11 >ty .i 'I i. .'" liv ri;IK !'n. flat M 11'i :- r. ho nis le an .ihl!- i Id'1 1 '. II 1. from .hp '
d calcitun! rev l tenet
v H' tights
!: making a \c' Stree Cur New.T' "
) a e ''II ,I 'h:f :11I..f M rv pna.t i of tot n 1' ": i ''n'f. nn I eire"1! wl't: i f ',cn'. C"r N.. '
II ,
T',.ay. m n ', a'rk. 'f ln.... i' In: .!.. n''n' I 11' (, inn nays 'hi: h, h i- "i i 1. i r ., ', :, r.III't,I an pt., ,,,. 11.I1I"D i of the llplon'ia all''' t"n I ,':ii; ad1! I 'be. ir'" n'.i' !!I
1\f'r'a' from Faust''at was i'l 1\.
h i
rrnA 1il.t'n'
Uwiv, Ct I.z \t. of 'o. n MI h.I',1' 1 ", ,, zt'-'I'r+, : ', .
.0" : l tit o 'b..Oan\ I 'n 11t \.1": N'T1" "
Y x 'ot M'f' *. s'tp11 .' .. II M K'vcaibl'o ..
s Mnd Canovan ,'. z t m
t'" '1 -I: 'f'.' i f.r m".ft" I"1 ( I". O'.R..h.'t It."h .i t 'ti! -etita : . Tir '. ".'" ,-
\ pas'rtt: ; *" ]1. and Mlt: \\'l'ieH ]:! .. : .q l g '''n.'I-.r .f
\ ir anjvlnx rod I .' ,. .
S b'h t. ,
i I. ns > : 'l :Nuts'. t f 't'e 2-titer. 'et'- I Ie 'II !. '.
1 : r tocompAnleil Inr'Ef the 'en.IItlon '"i .. '.' ". -'etn t 0' .i ',0' 'Ite I. .' c I ... '. i il \ i, aae II .1't'! ,i: .,...... 'a 'f r.." -. -rr'J':
rf he act la her usual. skill ul nl'| "e v. I. '" InI fm .tare. I rii r,, l wAi .. .. "'3". '11 \ .' -
3 manner "' 'h.' ,. \0'11. ,! : and
It lz i T.rk "lll \ 't Rev > Farts delivered aa able ad minced 'i.'F' ... sate t- Stwrtl.Ii .




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OFFICIAL: COUNTY : 75 00 I ty voe! for each county office and Incu i s
t: HAROLD MORDAUNi t noun' jmmlssioaer . 10 (00 epee a second primary will

AI,I four of he artesian sells. that Member &>arj Public Ustruc 10.00 h jtr 'o be held

i er 'o S.UPP:> be clti sib water. The Houston Tei: i hroolc:e of tic DEMOCRATIC CALLA I Ju.tl Ice of the Peace . I 00 W. A. Filer,

PcPr011: 10ns commenrtni al an early date have IS'h lost. contains hl> no-Ice which Constable . .. . . i.00 Chairman.

been connected up with he reservoir is especlaly Intvrlng to Mlamlaas. as County fish and Game Warden 1.00 y..... GPO P. Bull '

"" .. and all remaining for (their output of j( the young lady concerned Is from this Supervisor of Registration 1.00 ecrwtary J

I IPa water to become serviceable Is to city. and well and favorably known meeting of the Dade County Democratic All candtates, are required to He a ,

complete the reservoir the other con "Mr Harold )Mordaunt leading man Executive Committee was held written application\ to have his name Public tchee Cleeed '

oectlom leading from there to and at I with tbe Gagnon.Pollock Stock Company at Miami Fla. oo the 14th Jay ot appear upon the official ballot on the All the public school a' DeJe coun- 1

I the pumping "atiOll. having been fin 1 which will play a three nights March iMtt. pursuant *o adjournment. blanks furnished by the committee, "\ that had not he'e'ofore cloeej toe

kATTORNEI S AT LAW ifhed some time ago I engagement at the Houston Threatre The following call for a primal alCoI1'JIt'd; ..I'b the fees above set 'h* u, j "'a season. did so Friday
work the reservoir la beginning tomorrow night wa united election was adopted towlt: forth with Geo. P. .
The on Bull of OJna, Fl*, with the exception of the one at Wept 4
ttW.......t. W......PMM sM rs...... being rufhed ahead as rapidly a* ,. in marriage at midnight last night to Notice U hereby glve thar there Secretary and Treasurer o: the County Pa m Beach This school will remain .
elalaasW. SMeSS tS.MPMr.krnvv \1 to several Miss Ethel \\estherly, of Miami. Fla will\ be a Democratic! Primary Deotloa : Democratic Committee
Bible. though owing .1 on or befo open two day next week to make np
lira. 2r.aasoawJ cultles encountered such aa dl : who I* one of the highly respected held la the several elections air ,. he :cth day of April A. D.1KC for that number of lava lost unavoidably
* Mlaml.t I'\a. I and blasting through the rock ( young ladle of Miami trlcu of Dade county Florida, om The rvtnoeratlc County BxeenUre I during the c4Ur school term t t

the excavation free of water while "Miss Weatberly. Journeyed to Houston May Utb 104, and If neceaaair om Committee shall meet on Monday.May An increased attendance II reported

: QB- L K CX&lYft, the walls are built etc, th progress that the marriage might be sol I' dune 12. INK for the nomination of II. 106 at the County Court Boons, -r al' he achoo' for his term andtlre 1 t

U slow, though It is expected to have mixed without Interfering with 'aU Democratic candidate lute and !n Miami. Florida and publicly eaa- ,': satisfaction U expressed by

A \ DENTIST. it mpl"t4tUua th. next Bve or Mr Mordannts theatrical engage County to be voted for by the Democratic rasa the returns and declare what he ficultle at the general Jerelou* ..

S O U. U a..." BtdUlmr. oa T..lh' six: week These well are located ments. \ electors at the general sea I candidate are nominated by n a&Jor.t of their respective school #
lion to be held November Cti 1XX.
intMIAMI. northwest of the city at what U known Miss Ethel Weatherty. referred to ; '!.. .
and to be the Democrat' ,
appointed by
FLOIRDA. a* the golf ground, and were soak above. waa a resident of Miami for I
Ic Governor of the State between the I
a bv the F E. C Water Wbrks Com n number year She I II the daughter .
date of inch '' Florida East
holding primary ic- Coast
paav for the express purpose of acquiring of Captain and Mr*. H. Weatheriy : Railway.
I Ion and the holding of the primaryelection. ,
t 0 r.lTKHrSOX, a better and purer water sip and a young lady of many accomplishment .
A. D. 1101
ply and to Increase the available capacity and charms I '

ATTORNEY AT LAW. AH of this has been n success I Mil Weather. some few year ago I The following at said officer primary are election to be nominated to ; Local lime Card Nt. M Lt Effect ipfl 1 li, UN.SOVThVMV .

Ws M.MNMa "... Ie _. ..ruetAI 55y'i the four wells having a combined flow developed a remarkable talent for the
.......- d 1'It6M..Wy each twenty.four hour. of more than stage. and was seen here to advantage wit: >lISA. SOWN N0 T1100N1 ISA3 w.rrATIOn. fm
1 In Setond
.. i Representative Congress,
A1I.le..sU 15114151.r' five million gallous to n number of amateur productions Congressional District

r' MIAMI FLORIDA This does not appear to be a flow taking a leading part la all aad I t Justices of the Supreme Court N M, as > 11 tls N
of any great magnltnre but when It la ,winning much admiration by her clever I Railroad Commlaaloners. ISM

F considered that at no time in the' history performance Recently. or a few 1 Member of the House of RepretenUtlves se 1 f.. i.S 10151S01015.__"1 e.1IW
ENLOE Dentist ha the dally eon I .pa 5M. M -UlI..UI. Js /tp .,..
QILLESPIE of the town day* before her marriage to Mr Mor ,
top. Is 0ou M a.s.we air.
I snmptlon gone over one million daunt. the left her. for Hou.toa.Tn.. 1 Clerk of Circuit Court for .nexplrtd I Yp. II tau tl.rlas. T MN ; : a .
: -- :
{ OCMFfS : Ions of water It will be seen to Join the Gagnon Pollock Theatrical I M U $.m :::_- ::: :: ':_ -P51.sts ___..._...__ .
Hwm. r 4S P .. I well is not 1&1'1 term .r .._ ..__ r.-l&&L... __.._,..__.1.' M
( .Iui I1t11tr' the supply from theme I Company. and take up professiona 1 County Assessor of Tunes u 11 Ms. L. ... .... ._ t..iIrv .W.. ......._. __.11 / e I5. 1
I.UWIYCI,11PLs.ar I fnffldent for the present demand ) acting though! It was said amons 1 Tax Collector 4 ... .l .1..

MIAUL FLORIDA that It will be adequate for a number her most Intimate friends that she 1 County TreasurerS L. ..._..... ass.P ___... .A, '

r i : o' rear to come and the man of her' choice were to I111. by0.. .. T2ij T" j'
ts' I' County Commissioner I Isps l1 apt .__ : ._ Dupont _.. _. / 5S 1
'p : The water will J>e convened from be wedded upon her arrival (there 3 Members of Count Board of Public 5 saps l 11p ::. _: := One..i _.:. =. ; : =;: : Ots5 .
? YAYTZf, Y D.. : the rewrvolr. near the ...Iil. to the I )lr. Mordaunt the 'ortuaate groom Instruction N O1p. 1 Mp I Ir Mymnaerrs... .. -r tau j
aw blip: i Mp roil os rat
I pumping station bv a I": inch pipe. II. well known here also he having I Supervisor of Registration\ b f SIps : _-- 1 -- : : 131. : tau

1tosmeyrnthtst.111s51 I There it will\ empty Into another reservoir 1 i visited Miami several twasont withthe 1 Member of the Dade County Democratic 1 apt :Lo-.eIli..-IL,'Tmp. 41i1p .

'*> O'rlrs: M... _t.III areCtw : and from It taken up by pampa''! above compani and making msnrfriends Executive: Committee for Pre 11 A 1 Mpr : Ur.n..Cup .. : I I7.pi .. : :': '?
i iIhM
..... (Mis* sv.Brxi 11 es 1 s O"n I Its Janrtta. I _L! P.
Vl. APP .... land I distributed through the mains of ,I j It was while performing! here' cincts. No 14 and 7. respectively esp. ....... ,M ra''Se- :. .". t: 1 saps :I :ss ri
v .
twalwa.JOHit the city It I I. said to be a* pure last season that the attachment bVtmpen 1 Justice of the Peace and 1 Constable !l lops t spy :'. o11 alit '.. .. : 1.b. oar '
I and wholesome as It U possible for a i he and Miss Weatherlr ripened In such district a* hare va. f1 Ilp.1TIspr .r .: rru..It.! rut. I as i

'atur.1 flow of wafer to be and will fiend finally culminated I In what promIses cancle 1 11 M.r Dr j'r L.l e..e.r.l -. .... ltr.: 1 1 ..,;: III sps 1}

a. rucDuicx, add materially towards increasing to be a happy union 1 Fish and Cam Warden ,. v. _...__... _TIlw..U" _,..--.-,. _trtTi" ""w
ENGINEER the general healthof said 1l/V. Ilia. ___. ... 1rr.' __ ,-... 2 ::
CIVIL and maintaining Their friends here Join In wishingfor Tbe rule governing primary ? ;
ha. J Mp .. k'.le.' .. esp. Ise
SURVEYOR. the city.PROFESSOR. them all the happiness and prosperl election shall be the same as those W. 18ps _.._ ridD. .-.' s.p. e..
AND : :
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+ t possible. and for Mrs Mordaunt adopted by the Democratic Executive 1 Sips _;;: ._.=ii .. : ;d : I *rap. J r.r y
Statin fwvut *t Ltrt*. rwkcmlwMM&M > Wsl.pr _. ._ afy :... _.. 5?... .. t tI
ft** w =>t 4lM LMV* tiMM.otteeevwrMsoeve I RAOOf lb. greatest success that can beacJtl..t4 Committee at their meeting held In a1.. / Mpr .. ___....._. 5e. Lade ..._ __... .._. IQ 5.s_ II 51 5

k -__ .. LITTLE MAnOUIRADkPreceded In her chosen professionSOME Jacksonville on February 14, 1 04, for : == // Ups 1'pr : ==-.=:::...:.Port. tlba51ls PMre.._...==._....-::' "::: : .:: Si.It.s U ::: r

.MIAMI. -- governing State Primaries so far u 1 e.. 1 apt .. _...___ Ed.. ......._ __ LI'_ II cuss r
the shall be applicable to the /.p J..a. .._.__. .. la
STATISTICS Of same 5: sips : =-- 0arr..__ ..:. : 1/ == :: ==
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JL IlCD01l1l, Him te Miami act the Olrl County Primary Those and only fps _._ I.be Ms.d .._ / S r''
t S. 't PUBLIC SCHOOLThe those persons than be permitted to become I _. ;__.._"eoc 1.pSM _..._...._.. /u bMp.
Were On. Uaa 7 ...._..... ._w.. PN. her, -- -.. -' / slot Mss
REAL ESTATE. Miami Public and High School 1 participate\candidates In the before management or vote o*at.saidprimary or i .:

the school .5 = _.._'1st i .. ._ i5 ;
.....0 .- closed Saturday for year sops 1 Ise
hOaA.T adherence
that "truth is .Itello..ho their
stranger declare
.lIT The old saying
tiring lips ._.. ._.._._.___ 1 lass
I. IT TI AT LAlIlIXTLEL than fiction" has come true again. after one o. the most ncceasfnl I to the principle and organtattoo t i Mpr : -- %an.M.M.. /. I Mss
much fiction In lea history The attendance and PartJ.tan-- ::: M Alps : == ....ave. === .. : w. NM i s
of Democratic
FLORIDA but this time there U no increase : the 11001 Mmp u__...._II." ___._____t.f.. 1MN
mixed In the story that no one enrollment shows a large over I51.i State and county, who are by the .
know who np the Joke U on Mr Henry the previous year and Principal) law of the State lawful electors. of I .: = J::::::=:::- --i:: .::=.::: == .::Jt: .. J =

the and tftcient Hall expree himself a* well satin the election districts In which they
popular i
BRAMNlNG.Wot / Peyton : ).5NP.elwtksi traM sa47n .....Slp4af Out.. IralMS ...54/a
P. ed with the results The following j
teacher of science and mathematics 1 1.Ir.r to rote, who have paid their poll t llrq sa5.M a.M.td. ,
/d c.AneaIIa .-.. la the Miami High School ls 1* Information regarding the enroll taxes legally due not leee than ten

ment. average attendance, eta. for day before said primary .lte oa.U.I MI
1... the hero and the villain of 'he romance ,| / N/ I
Preset It ( : which become funnier e' ery time It the term: I who shall when challenged by aa elector 1
.... c..er. s.... U told Boy enrolled I7C: girls m. total I,I I pledge In writing upon oath, before I Spl** nsrewpaT

West Palm Bench ? Honda.surtiaa Three or four year ago Mr Brags enrollment Ml The aggregate attendance J i any inspector to abide by and : X
/ 1 ,_ 1 5 1 / i}.
of boys was JO.IW girtsIWM the result of sack primary....
was engaged In the troslte of electrical ', support t SMpifpN ._a.SIIJ..IS'm.._ i5 IM.II / it>t
engineering .nt Richmond .Vs total C3.7SS The average support the nominee thereof. it 1 / / /M e. q / IM.Mf .

!. He was bit recently out of the Cnverslty > daily attendance of boys was 1>0 anj The poll shall be opened and cloned J JI IMM 151 sL Yew shed. eM 1 h
J.1I1D of Virginia and :looked veayounger girls 111; average total. 40L Three I at the several election districts at the r

ATTORNEY AND than be...... One day e handerd and five were promoted tel:I hoar fixed by the general election I rooicaii in iccaBrTiL snicn amcn s AT WAIL '

COUNSELOR AT LAW blank form from a teacher agency the grade next higher 1 law The following named persons

.. -...a.La. .. In Chicago came to him which he Most of the faculty will retain to are hereby appointed inspectors Md take Cseesrtieu fed nl ..... wed ilinnanlen If the P. t .. t. ft Cseipnny sir it
"Pwl"nY5w dn wn:5I."ML'pnMS their home Professor Hall win clerks for the several election die
filed together
to return out
: ,4 t.:==:& CC-: Lark n'a SIIliii. was requested with two dollar and a.half leave the middle of the week for Jack ,, trlcts: Havana and Key WestTwo

> FLORIDA. Mr Bragg had no Intention of teachIng sonvllle, to meet with other principals :: Precinct No. 1- Inspector: N. H.

school but filled on' the blank and revise. the present high school Park. H. E. Stypmann and B. O. Sailing Each Week. t

Just for fun: returning It with the course Cpoa his return to Miami Ban. Clerk: Curd Schroeder Polling Truss. DUcknrt Pneseagen nt Skip' lid.. N. Teed*re.

registration"*. At the cnggetuo- he will take up teachlcg la the sum place, Ban store
Price & Rand mer school Precinct No. !.Inspector: Frank MMdnSsN
v of his room mat who U formed him TWlbaldr5.sfewtieomaSIsAkS0MrpMe.= IF'
I Bower. P. Kitchen and E. C. MillerClerk .. aremiA 55 01i -
ATTORNEYS AT LAW that settled men always secure POM-J, Miss Hattie Carpenter will spend : James Hepburn Pollla. place act\aa.. ,..,..be IMPMgW Al Y aa.M.NM.Maallrag........ j
Bid does easier than bachelors. he Sited { the summer here
Room 3. 5, 7 and 9. Hatchett ? I school house & ef i145 115
is. In the blank after the word "marrleJ : Miss Sarah Dyne will go to Asheville 9J
"I Will practice i. Precinct No. S-Inspector*: Frank
with a "'T..." Some time passed and N. C "
i All the Cowrta State and Federal Sheen. Joel A. Dean. and Dan GoesTore THE TICKET AQENT.tfJ.
he had forgoten all about the teacher Prof. Bragg left fur New York Sunday
Clerk: T. J. CampbelL Polling D. AMC OwaX Put. 5T. AUQUSTWB. P1X
*' agency when the notice came to night en route to his home In
place, old engine house.Precinct
him to\ apply for the position la the Charlottesville. % a : No 6-llIIptCton: Jesse I
;' MAYNARD Kl. lmmee School About that Mtas Ruth Rlckards will return toher I
W. C. High
Dougherty. J. L. Oarnett and F. W
i time he sea recovering from n live: home In Balsam. N. C
Palmer Clerk: Cnllen Pines Polling
Miss Fannie Harrell will spend theummer Atlantic Coast Line '
wire shock and needed a changa He place Porter Packing House ,

packed up at once and went to Eli ( In Cuba teaching Spanish Precinct No. Inspector: T. M.

almmee Here he total a sma itown and English McRae. T. J. HaroocI..4 I. B. THROIOU CHEDILK i iI

f where everybody knew everything Muse Grace Phelps will accept a position Taylor Clerk: H. B. Hodges Pol '

5 about the new teacher being a a* bookkeeper In the tore of lag place, school house I Florida, Georgia, Alabama. Virginia, North Carolina

; JEWELER AND' OPTICIAN. married' man The honor *at strangely W. M Bnrdlne on next Monday Precinct No. Inspector: J. I. and South Carolina

glass on his young shoulder tnt believing. Miss Alice Sander has returned to Hardy. D. Cancel and J. W. pt rx*.f

i are Perfect a Teat fitting__,fon.easy With wearing o>r extensive be would have a great deal of studying ,her home In Indlanola. Fla. Clerk: J. U. Umstead. Polling p .4 ( to do, wick would leave him no tine Miss Jessie Klagaley win return to Rouse itorePrecinct .

t .We.apparatus no w.guess repair and 'large Ws/obe0Po,0Cbels. experienceIbereta a for lonely social benedict duties he rOo acted perfection the rot .1 melt, .month. Eunice McCoilougli returned Marshall Ed.No T.Inspectors King and: W.Her.eT:y I Florida and the East and \West. North aoJ Sooth t

Jewerlj and 8pee\aC1... A portion many a kind friend wished him Joy last night to her home In the northern Bryan Clerk: R. A. Bryan. Po&l1a4pl.ce i

'R year c"' naked for. Located. Asl. .. when he left nt the dON of the part o' the State : Stranahan store. Convenient Seirlee'. Elegant 1'..".... Equipanl. MtgnlBa Dining C*

.. D between ISth and llth 8ta school to nee his "wife" Lest fall, Miss Lillian McGahey will teach In
Precinct No. Inspectors: J. B. '
MAYHARD when he Miami he the summer school. Route the DIXIE FLYER 4r
to had of
W. C. came no Wofford J. W. Ire and J. A. Harp. )
,.....,W Ors4_ o. d&a Idea of carrrtng on the masquerade Miss Kate Colyer left last algal (or FLORID ANDEST
Clerk: J H. GI1._. Poling place. Celebrated V INDIA LIMITED
bat found here too, that In some nayswe Deland, where the will enter the tarn t ,1
are not dtlfled. The story ot ate mer training school at that place school hour I Trains ) MONTGOMERY:; L. AND NCOVVEMKM X,
Precinct No I Inspector Pnnl
life bad already preceded 'him and The other member of the faculty :
Matthews. L Fornell and J. I. Peter 'd'
with embellishments he never beard will remain here METHOD OF TRAVELING
l: LoDisville&NasbilIeR.R.\ Clerk: J. A. Danghtry Polling
of until last week The had
story place. school honse Atlantic Cues Line one thousand Bile licketa: good ever liuno mile* of railroad
been so well spread that before he A DISASTROUS RUNAWAY embracing all portion of the !Soutn sale all -
#vT Precinct No. ,Inspector: T. L on al principal agencies. al J
knew It. he was again acting the discreet I I rile of If each I.i ml ted So one year from date of purchase. For fall com.plete .
1' IUT LINE TO Me_ J. O. Ood", Chas Hahn Townley H. DW Miller\ and S. LPatterson ,
The girl at school and and reliable Information regarding rate. schedule. Pullman service. et" ,I
Clerk: R. B. McLendon
were treated *o properly &D.ItIlt I Injured this AfternoonA Write

Birmingham. NnahTUle, :x......, such dlrnltv that they talked of how Polling place Fair building Frank C. Bojlston, Out Pae. Agt W. t>. stark Traveling Pa*.. Agent I tp'

Uorrtle, Loolrrtl, ClndnaaU.t his marriage bad sobered him. He I I disastrous runaway occurred on Precinct No. 11-Inspector*: B .SPotter 'SOI w. Bay t greet. Jak........11.| riaN .

Lonla. Chicago, all points went out with numerous parties but Ave D. Tuesday afternoon about i 30 Andrew Hardee and Jackson \ J I Craig Passenger Traffic \b".tcr'llml" 'on. :N. C ?",

: very, seldom took a single unprotected I I o'clock. The horse driven by Street Peacock.! Clerk: J. W CaUaway.

i I voimj lady anv place Yet these few Sup rntendrat J. D 0 tdmsn. .bl.:I Polling pace. Shone old store

time were hi* ruination Last week ;; standing In front of Haha* harnes Precinct No 1!-Inspector*: I T.

NORTH AND WCIT he heard that he bad a wife at variou shop. and while Mr Hahn and Mr ephens. W. J Danjherty A. T.

1F Root of the Famous tourist trsls..y ..I place all the way from lentos to 1 i i Godman were making some repairs to Diival Clerk Thou Mitchell Polling SEABOARDAir red'

Irdnla The same st'e. yon understand I 1 the same, suddenly became 'Tightened place. Tweelells Hall

CHICAGO AND but hi* keepers were uncertain :: and dashed off toward Twelfth str>>#' Precinct No II-Inspectors. Henry

.t as t0 her location tp to that time Mr Godman was standing betweenthe GoMtnan Wm Anderson and J. Css- Ling

FLORIDA LIMITED" I Mr Brae ws, IB blissful Ignorance of I wheel and the body of the vt-hlc tello Clerk: H. A. Proctor Polling Railway

"h..r.. being; any gossip whatever about at the time. and ..a. carried some lit place. school house -
{ him and his wrath foamed und f-o'Bed tie distance before he wss rflenteland Precinct No 14-IIIIpf'Ctora: W A. IAA'Savannah '
like I scot' R EPackwelJer! and J. F. 3ax FOR
a s dlltt po.011' sedate thrown 'o the pavement. roceirtng .
friend tried 'o quote him "Oh what on Clerk: J. R Horn Polling place,
I a a cut on his right :tempt an<1 some Columbia Camden Southern '
e Only so.U' pul'man tra:n to the West 'anrVd web me wear. when first werrtctlce ( other bruises Saxon storeProclnct I'lnen
Llbrnir and :: : 'o deceive" bit No Inspectors M A Raleigh Richmond \Vashinxton Kaltinnne 1 1Philadeiphia.
.s with Obeerrotlon t't' went off Mr Hahn wag rot *o fortuTi and ,
Dining Car.re. In'i, such a Jpum of laughter. shesp.lld 'I.a* carried a area.r distance h, foIhr Marshall\. II1.: Alubrook and A C New York.
t Frost Cle-k R. C. Stanley! PollIng
tbe eSM-t of It Mr. Bruit I fell out mod m I. tin otrr *<, 'hwhe.li .. Trains
school house Two Elegant Daily.
.ft liMce
oJ. re.terdsr TT-ornlrr for New York
of the vehlcl '. He sat q f fIbally I'"
fom .h<>re he sill ro to bit Home tuCharl 1nnr<-d and,1 csrrl" 51 l. The. voting ban be by ballot onIcke I Seaboard Express Seaboard Mail
Leaves It. Aogutlne, .I:M a m. dal:, ," llle. \ I sa. 'I s furnished by he State and
:. .I SO dally e \ 1 for hU vacation '' room :and a ph "lean 'nnnnn: II '
Leave* Jaekaonvtl : a.m. ('o'lnl Execute: Committees. and 11 i ih Mixlern( I'u nao Equipment
His sort .
in he
r Arrive Chicago .1:10: p.. nei: day .. Hlch choc.. was or 's btleed' 165' nn 'rap.' ar ,,),'" .. close or such elections the Inipec' l
h hlrheM
Arrives 8t Louis, I:II ,.a. next day nrd r tad his een'Iemanlygne'tttes i I ('nn'Inlll1'1 I I's TUh he h ,,..r "olII'ed ''rs anj cle-k .ball I proceed to canT ONLY I.,= 'F
[ r I him
won man'friend. r,
with one or '''0 o""r 'r11r'e.
In accordance with tile
', :heolf
Throogt sleepers .'.. operated on I ".lm. him hark .
even If he 0,. .
M Inr I' sap topp.< fl I at 1 14'h e''r flit <
tra.n.: Jackson State law. and hall at once forwardhe du'T'! ilnuO she per from[ JiclsoiTllU to .Je. ur
A. C L. t:OS p m not irarried.Paper operittu > .etM.
Tine tot.. Loots aid Chicago.Ask s m sail I '!t.1' an Hf -I I Iran: va' nnn'.r returns to the Chairman of th<
1 Also\ in' 'njnro d\ hi,, he: name County Executive: Committee
L. A N.
far ticket via
r*, For Information u to' rate te all Filed In April mold' not be l learned The assessments to be paid by th e For" full ""f.r i f : i I l--epe' r...Tvi > I : i 1 >i v-v i-jent of th t {

points Nor h and Wen schednle. flaring the month of April S27 doc -- various canlllaes shall be a* tot Seaboard I, or write

and fit Information. call om nay tick IIn''n'lI' were filed for record' In th. :Mr s F r>:i\l,- oft' "lr1-'In low: i?!

et agent ore "' eomee) of fee circuit roar Or hot who has bwn !Inn". I In 't'am'' for Ri-presenTarlT .I 15 M: t O. McDONNELL i.t cat PUS, M.: Jacksaarilir: Pli

OEO E. HERRING he numtx 171 were deeds of conveyance "some Mme punt has z nr 'bf .Vn (lerk of Circuit Court 1M W ,

1 ,.., Paan Agt. L. AN. R. Kru. and M roortraire liens, charter. dent City on a vltl I \ to hi' famfl, and Tax Assessor 7S V
M I : F. C. aOYL. TON. Jr. Pass. Aft i
bills of sale etc. friend Tax Collector TS> '

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+1 I Start. Monday, April 30. Close! Sat. Night, May 5 I 1

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: The largest and best stock : Everything marked in plain

i in the south to select from'T I y'I
I figures; so you may figure
We every can 1 100 fit We 99 men have out suits of ; ( It's I$ Value and M Price I I your own discounts at sale I i I "
f for the small: man.; The tall --- --- Just think of getting Suits crth SlO at S6 | 1
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man; The regular ManThe: That Makes A Here : Suits worth 12 50 at 7 50
stout man. It matters not Bargain Suits worth soot............. ...900 |( .
with us whether he wears 5 Suits crth2JOO at....:. ... ...1200 I
a 32 coat or forty-six coat. : ; k V I Suits worth 25 00 at.... .. ... ..15.09 i
$10,000 Worth of Clothing to be closed out at this Great Sale


\ / Every Suit in the house to go under the

hammer. 40 per cent off on all clothing i .s .
which has been in the house over 5 : ,y .

r r Y_ months. 20 per cent off on all clothing

which arrived in the house since Jan. 1'
This stock of clothing is strictly up-to.date in both I 7 T1
cloth and style. We have all the new'things in steel and-
I Oyster Greys, English Suitings, Tropical Worsteds,
'' I Serges and English cricket. cloth. Come and see them I 4T
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T--/: Men's Pants i I Boys Clothing- .I : l d Boys Pants 11 r

: i'A i L\ 1000 pair men's pants i i 300 boys suits to be ,,,, ?-- 500> boys pants to be sold
: to be sold !, sold. We have these j : In this stock you will find
We have them in every cloth made, suits in the new 4 desirable goods for boys I
from the cheap washable cotton and flannel and worsted ', Ww" pans, linen, blue serges. '
Linen Goods to the finest Worsted.Mso suitings at $2 $6. I (l' Cheviots and Worsteds.
to / / ,-
hare a big line of fine gray nnd I I i ,
Q white flannel pants for dress wear. I .r / Price 35c to 1.30
25 cent off i '
per 25 ct. off 'tf
40 <> off on all bargain counter goods per
20 per cent. off on all stock goods j : on all boys clothing I / on all Boys Pants ., / 4
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You will also find great bargains on our bargain counter in shoes, shirts and hats. Goods marked down to half price t 4
Just come and take a look, we do not ask you to buy. Do not delay but come today, as these suits will not stay.
We expect to put a new suit on nearly every man and boy in this city before Saturday. May the 5th. 1906 ;

Don't miss your chance to save moneu. Yours for a new suit
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