The Daily Miami metropolis
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 Material Information
Title: The Daily Miami metropolis
Alternate Title: Metropolis
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Miami Print. Co.
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: April 13, 1906
Publication Date: -1907
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1903.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 4, no. 177 (July 12, 1907).
General Note: Editors: B.B. Tatum, M.F. Hetherington.
General Note: Issued a special "Key West edition" on July 31, 1905 featuring "... the prosperity, resources and the general advantages of our neighboring city, Key West."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 21 (Jan. 1, 1904).
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002075060
oclc - 34299190
notis - AKR3415
lccn - sn 96027200
System ID: UF00076097:00339
 Related Items
Related Items: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Weekly)
Succeeded by: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Daily)

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VOL 3. NO. 109 IICMtttWMt.lUlhrl ,(LUll; FLORIDA. FRIDAY, APRIL 13, 1906. C-:: j PriiI5Cenlll:1, :J

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GOGO NUT 6ROV.E I With y!(ir advertisements, but you'will have no returns until you place ARE' GRATEFUL
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tr. rIS nUlrTING ;I r them core itI they are most likely to be seen and needed. In Miami the I GOES': UJ IN

I advertising! columns of the Dally Metropolis. are recognized as being the i

L'i DOWN SEVEN TO .ONE IN SECOND BASEBALL i most' satisfactory for all kiuds'of advertising that is honest and legitimate. TIGE ANDERSON CAMP U. C. V..1 F [ ,


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,'. Miami, ?; Cocoanut.Grove L GREENE''fiND 'GAYNOR. TODAY the. next meetin I of the boar .J :

I That's the tans to which the local flTH of alderman the following 'communi '
:{ ii for First Time Since TuesdlJ."l aggregation of ball .tossers put It to cation la the farm fof a resolution' At Thomasville Gal, Last N'ilbtt --
v will be presented that body and Mayor .
t Fill of Ashes Almost Ceased the visitors from down the 'rock: road Sewell. by R. C.; May' commandant Fire Believed to Be of la-
> ., yesterday afternoon In the second of TIp Anderson Camp U. C. T.

: "k -Jfyfugees Flocking I game of the season played on the Government Embezzlers sentenced to Pay a Fine of $575.650 andSetae of this city; In appreciation for a bur cendiiry Origiii. Other

;. 0'f. Royal Palm grounds, and although the fer! ial plot In the Mizmj cemetery:

;cr.f. 'to City. Causes Food core shows that the visitors did not Four Years Imprisonment Each! tin Federal Prison "The Tlge Anderson Camp of United Fires Occur Host*
? Confederate Veterans at their last !
A' tofake '; cut, much..of a.ngure w ea.lt.came .to New regular March
; '; ; Stuffs ; ,i ; t IUUln.-lolio.for;; Trial Made., meeting 24th. voted a tlery Was Famous .'
!. .. counting up therlleYerthelell'plareJI resolution of thanks for the centerplot

:i":!-:: j' Big Rise-- good game and were It from beginning burial place'In the Miami Cemetery the World 1OvefThomasvlile '

to end with tflrst .class articleof which was so generously given '
and deeded to the .Southern Cross .
r ball tosiing. Savan$ Ga.,. April 13 Judge i government, each defendant having i Chapter. Daughters of the Confederacy
By winning this game Miami wiped Speer today sentenced Greene ana been found guilty on'all of the three custodians. I .

W Naples, April 1$-. All'of the news out the de'eat sustained a week ago Gaynor to pay a fine of 579,653.( and indictments charging conspiracy.em- i "For this expression of kindly feelIng -'I Ga. U- The .J
received here this morning 1s encouraging at the hands of the same crowd. They to be imprisoned four, years each bezzlement and presenting false claims [ to us and our brothers in blue we famous Piney Woods Motel wax tuned
I" for the first time since Tuesday. Just had to or lose prestige as exponents An appeal to the Supreme Court of the They were sentenced upon the Indictments shall ever feel grateful '
l' The sun*11 .1h1nJq' an over Naples of the great national game or United States win be' made. 4 respectively.-to two, three "R. C. Mar. CommanantT: here last night. causing a based
and the fall of ashes has almost ceased win. and they did It In apple pie order. The convicted men are still held as and four years' imprisonment, but the It win be remembered that the city: $500.000. 'it was the second Are la 3.
:1 't though they continued to fall during Hill dU the slab work for Miami.whUe prisoner' In the county Jail where they court ordered that they be served con council some short time ago very generously a distance of six, blocks. and la beller-
:; the night adding several Inches Hopkins officiated as receiver of his were a extradited after several Tearl currently. The Imprisonment to be donated to the local veterans ed to be of Incendiary origin '-r
7 .. to the accumulation in the streets. twists and curves, nineteen men fanning efforts sid failures by the United served In the Federal ,prison at Atlanta ot the Blue and the Gray a choice It was followed ,
{ Six thousand refugees"are homeless the air. For Cocoanut Grove States'government -It had been"an :: burial lot In the city: eemetery.makIJtc: quickly: by another ,
j, here Lad 'the number, Is Increasing HUt and Yarborough did the twirlingact ticipated't'nelr sentences would be Counsel for the defense will file a the president and her successors of tire which 'destroyed] two blocks of
1; i hourly and aa a result of the crowd- while W. Hardee. caught Hilt heavy, *-convicted. bill of exceptions, and ask for aa order the Southern Cross! Chapter United man stores and negro tenemenU,. ad i
r ins of refugees Into the city there has striking out seven men and Tarborongh The apes assesed were the amounts extending thirty days' Ume la Daughters of the Confederacy, custodians I damaging the Thomasville Iron TOrka ;
,j' been aa enormous rise m the price of X.But two hits were made 08 each wet* charged with having fraud which to prepare their bill the order of the same and It U for this to' the extent of 123.000. I
t I \ food supplies.Prof. Kill while Hilt allowed 5 and Tar-. nlently taken from,the UtlW Suttea to act at. a snpercedeas.DallasVTexl gift that the wearers of the. gray express .

i Matted, director :ofthe.. Ve- borough ra ,),' h. their appreciations. i The Finer Wood Hotel was one of j
,;t suns Observatory: today.' ,expressed These figures tea tho taU of Mtamiivictoryan j the most famous hotleries la the South j
1 the belief that unless the conditions .th*_down fall,of the Co- Ai TEXAS a DOWN' ::l HARP PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT RUSSIAN TROOPS ARRIVED I and Georgia and ever season was the J

change radically' there win be no more count Grove buici who came hereto : ... ... AT TIEN TIN TODAY I headquarters of many' of the most J.
I J discharge of lava from the volcanoat play,balL Ihe game vie interesting i .. 1
< prominent people of the country whocame
throughout and attsaled by aa enthusiastic .. t .. Tien Tsln. April IS Three kiln! J
preseaLBB crowd! local ,fans."' The ""' ..- - '- Russian troops arrived here this mornlag here for recreation aad pieasur ,;

lit.le 1:t tla HANDLING 0 VNEw teams lined up aa follows: : 1 _\ N7STye t N 611r:: .:" ,f 'I '." J ,'MADE: Of' tM from Pekln. and eleven hundred The house had aa International repttaUon. _,

:- Miami Cloptoa. left field: Coachman 'I" .,., .. : "',., "'" .' Japanese troop are'apecte4 today... '-1
,} '1...... Valuable "DeBtsf Relative te third; Peddy. short; Hopkta, "i, -? .:..', 1 .J' V ,.. ," .-. The remainder of the German troop rBUILDINO ,'ICj
will embark today. :
catcher: Pentrtght field; Hmpltcher; ;
f 'ti. 'Dan : Fluid -
h Using :'=-- Chambelaln center; Bridges first and }I ,WILL, BE READY
If > '' | i Bnrdlne second: ,
1 na general hue of juoUne-lS;becoming Coooantat Grove-W., Hardee catcher : April 15Btfggea Chicago, AprU.1I-A: special from NOMINATED SUVEYOR :
z so common gasoline stores ;y JenUn-third base; A.- Hardee village la Burnett county was visited San Antonio. Tex says that President I For the State* University ,of,, Florida 'j
IiMP-V..1aIQa ad,gaoUaeenitsii. short HIlt and Tarborongh' pitchers; br a tornado last night and It Is re Roosevelt 'will not hunt any more Washington Aprii 13 .- The pj at Gainesville
?, '. .that thefollowing, note ,of.warning Rice;;center field OUphant, first ease; ported-;hat, six persons"wgre'kUURC weigh :::11, President This Is according I dent today sent to the Senate the 'i"* ........ 4!
from the Rural New Torker Is timely: Yarborough second; Crews. .,left fleJ and a number of buildings In the business to a statement from Cecil Lyon -I nomination of Charles P. Parila. u president ,
The State Fire Marshal of Ohio has and Henry right field.. district destroyed. i national committeeman from Tex surveyor general of,Florida. ': W. T. Hallow < issued the following useful don'ts The heaviest- rain, la yean fell In as. Cot Lyon had made arrangement i T. Hallow Company, contractors,'of
; of gasoline: Dallas tilt morning, and general rain for a wolf hunt In Oklahoma but received
users Jacksonville who is In
i The gasoline stove Is" a most excellent are reported over Northern Texas. a letter from the President that i Gainesville' ,
servant If treated with intelligent [GOOD f Severalersons were injured by the he will not hunt an/ more while In his | temporarily IUper1n ending ,the work -f

?; care. but a death-dealing enemy tornado blowlng down a baseball present poslMoa bccacia tho peoplnI of erecting the university buildings,
":, when'aged or when carelessly fed. Itt grand stand!!: at Cleburn. I make too mum sport over iU hunting. states that progra |on the buildings I.:

shortens the work: of The housewife i OBSERVATIONS y WANTED TO DIE specified in the contract could be'completed I

and may shorten her life; too. In 1
it Ohio.during the last year the gasoline I COMMENCEMENT EXERCISES I In.ample the openingof
!I, stove fired 151 buildings, scarred more I I the university.umtor I
than. 200 personal and burned 39 to IF I I The contract that both .}

,., death. Familiarity seems to breed GENERALLY OBSERVED"' TODAY TRIED TO DROWN, HIMSELF AlI buildings must be completed on or before
which Is the 1
contempt:ror this'fluid, I
Throi September Isc of the present t
k most; dangerous' substance ever put to ,COMMEMORATING THE; CRUCIFIXION h a mistake the Metropolis by Mr. J.V". Watson and will belargely j KEY WEST, BUT.. FAILED WAS year. Mr. Hadlow states that the'' ,'
fill the stove'sreservoir l
Ii domestic use. Don't attended.
stated lot night that the High School
:' while the burner is alight, I OF CHRIST !;tjM.PRESI r, Tuesday night the Junior class, will HIS THIRD ATTEMPT_DELIGH contract will be carried out if it t> ;
Comm& hement would be held in the
for vapor of gasoline will reach thet. I entertain in honor o: the seniors at PARTY conies necessary tcj put on a force -j
flame and the flash will so frighten the I I I SIVE SERVICES IN NEW- YORK auditorium Sunday evening, April 22, !; the home of Miss Carpenter on the FUL BIRTHDAY I II both night and da*.- Ocala Star. s

t. tiller that more will be spilled and thv i giving! |iie Impression that all the ex- Boulevard. Thursday night, me I .
''room Instantly.filled flame.'Don't ii etcisesfirould take place at that time. i class day exercises will be held to Drainage
t' 'fill the can quite fuIL- ;.Don't fall I i .J which the public are invited. At that I I The Scheme

-to-turn the burner abut before filling I New York April 13- Good Friday Dr. K;" W. Farts, by the requestof time the class history, prophecy.poem Metropolis Bureau I ,
the reservoir for the fluid leaking was 'generaly observed' here ,coday. tber raduating class, will preach and valedictory will be given. On Kea i] \*est, April 12. Governor Broward's Everglades
c through them will make a vapor wuichwill night the formal graduating ,i 1
Friday scheme i
j drainage valuelessand
The churches of all denominations the aonbal commencement sermon \ by (useless
Y' ; An old Cuban ] the name 0: Pan-
,set on fire any one who strikes exercises will be held, the graduates burden the
were open to worshipers and particularly th3t nl&ht, sl&ted In the services by cho Labloza attempted suicide Monday an unnecessary on tax
the stove. Don't allow .a
to light I their and
C- a match in the Roman Catholic and Prot- reading essays receivingtheir payers of the State.!Good schools ant t
too much fluid to fUrr, Into the 'gstant Episcopal churches Impressive al.:: of |ie other ministers of the city diplomas- morning by jumpin into the bay from I good roads are Jnor j important Thereis
burner or fall to close, It tight wnen 9)rL On' the The week promises to be a very Taylors dock. ;
special services were held In commemoration and c Monday night A colored man bjr the name of Will/ great need of these. There are ;
t:- putting the 'fire out. Don't pour gasVollne of the crucl x10D. boys oeitoiical. contest will be held In busy one for every' one Interested ana Adams who witnessed the act'of the millions of acres ,of land that are
;f.L from one vessel to another In !will be a fine time for Miami people available for cultivation without drIJD.age.
Impressive ceremonies were conducted the aui torlum. This contest Is tor Cuban. Immediately plunged ]
a room In which there Is a ,light of j show their appreciation of the work overboard When These uncleared and unsettled -
Ere Doat ifatl, to watch closely: at the St. Patrick's Roman a hanlome gold medal to be given I lot I our High School and with the assistance of several lands are cultivated then will '1
Catholic Cathedral at which Archbishop others who had collected on the
reservoir burner because
V for leaks m' or
be time to talk
enough about
gasoline being put twothirdsas Farley officiated. During the wharf, succeeded In rescuing the old dramlthe; taxing ,]
of the Presanctlfled "The Par the people to ] Everc dea.-
Mass PILED man. j j
thick u water will exude through lI PAPERS I Commercial.An .
a smaller {hole.. ,When the leak Is slon" wu sung by students from St. It Is said that this Is the third attempt Leesbnrg r '1
small there is no drop or damp spot Joseph's Seminary. At the conc:1I1' that the Cuban has made to
anywhere TO show Its'existence, because sion of the ceremony Arcablshop Far- take his life. I Outlook for Florida Women
gasoline{ vaporises gnlakly.Don't ley holding aloft, the host and attended [ fOR 'RECORD TODAY The former residence of Mr. and 1
by four Christian brothers who Mrs. Ramon Monsalvatage on Simon-
slop the stuff, tor It Is moredangerous A gentleman who has recently: become
than powder Dont keep held over him a canopy, led a procession ton street, now occupied by the Banyan
,:' a citizen of ;four town has received ., 'Z1
of the clergy In the Cathedral Club, has been purchased by Mr.
gasoline 1m any Jug or a can Urged i
letter from old
a an friend la
than two gallons because It 1s dim- aisles and back to the Sanctuary fJ' Milton W!. Curry for 6500. ;
another State. This man Is widower -
all Roman Catholic churches Major a 2
t In : a Miss Call Phillips daughter of
t. cult to pour the thin stuff'withoutspming three hours' devotion was held between Warranty deed Joseph T. now Grter to L. J. Ballard for $800. lots I and Mrs. Chas. Phillips, entertained and a great admirer of the lad, '"

It. Don't get mixed.your gasoline. Don't noon and three o'clock. In memory and wif4 to James Turner for $80 lots 10, block 34. West Palm Beach. last Saturday at a! birthday luncheona les. He \'llltecl.thl state some yeanago J
and kerosene cans ot the hours of suffering Jesus Release of mortgage Armour Fertilizer of her friends. and hopes to come to Florida next t q
Comnbsttble 13. 16 tend 17. block 26. Frow's Home- party of seven girl
leave gasoline can open. -
> any Co., John and Olive Larson. fall to locate. When he does so. be
was obliged to endure before death chandelier above the
From the '
given by gasoline stead. |
: ts |
vapor p Chattel expects his Bartow friend to
.. came. Similar devotions were heldin mortgage. P. H. LJggitts table large white bell and four spent
7 hung a
even If the temperature'about It ts the Protestant Episcopal churches 'Warranty-' deed. B. Sutton and wife to A. B. Myers for $85 a grey horse. much time with 'him.1 j
;. below freezing.. A temperature with crepe ribbons which were held [m
J. K Tatnm for
to ] other
$1 and
Mortgage deed Kershaw Richardson He In his jetter "You have '
7 of Is throughout the city. Nearly all the place on the table!! by candelabra)A says : ;j
in-10 degrees nezo necessaryto churches were filled with worshippers.Business lot 4, block 38. MiamI. to John C. Gifford for $175, ten acres birthday cake ornamented never written we what you think of
large by
,: to stop;its activity., Finally, don'thunt was to a great extent sus Warranty deedFort Dallas Land Co. In section: 29, tp. 54. south range 41eut. thirteen candles was In the center. the women in Florida. When I was: i
> the source of an ardor ofi' gasoline to J. H. Tatum for $200 lots 5 and .
with '. The result of findIng pended. The Stock Exchange remained The place cads v ere on dainty fans there, I met an old gentleman from ,
a light Instaneous closed but the banks 'kept 6, block? 10. Miami I Crop lien, W.; W. Blackmer to E. and the favors were gold bead neck Eoston who was a |olly old fellow. lie ;
It Is always and momentous.
Deed A. G. Blue to W. Goodwin O. Painter
Fertilizer Co.
." open to accommodate their customers laces Later In the afternoon other said that there were so many women
Tomorrow will be Holy Satnrday.whea for ,iGr60, lots 21 and 22.. block Warranty deed.Alice P, Hicks et ux guests arrived an4 whist was played. m Breton that they would collect ;
In the Roman Catholic churches holy south.fMangonla., 4'1 to J. W. Watson for $4,750, part lots 'Miss Stella Beehler won the first prize at the grand depots like the'cabmen' t
MITCHELL GOES HOME Mortgage deed J. L. and Julia S.I 9 and 10, block :Miami.
water to be used during the year 116. Tennyson's in Memorlan and Miss and bawl out: 'Who wants to marry t !
-- will be blessed.. ---,- Florence Maloney ,Wop the booby prize come right this Way. Here your* :,
And Wage Scale Committee Will- During the afternoon the funeral I H COUNTY pany gave notice at once of a motionfor which was a bunny. ', woman.' Now I hope when I get down OS
Await Operators Answer decorations in all the churches will f R COURT'I I a new trial. Mr. F. S. Morse, who has been in to Florida I. will hear such an Invitation ,j

be transformed into bowers or beau- Pat Lefilt' Convicted of Assault .-Tay-I! the city the past tFn days on business as that; and then we will have ,
New York. April 13 -- PresidentMltchelV tiful spring flowers, to be ready for connected with th Florida East Cosa a housekeeper Instanter." | .
of the United Mine.Workers Easter Sunday. ||1101'| Given Damages i! CONSUL WATTS BEARS j I Railway Co., returned to Miami Fri ay This Incident is J passed on toj our
Is closing up the'conference preparatory MESSAGE FROM WITTE on the steamer Shlnnecock. ( Florida! !ladles what}may be pining in '
to returning' to Indianapolis to- United In Marriage All pt this forenoon's seisin. of the II The Young Fo k's Monday NightClub single blessedness Bs being significant '
morrow. !, Mr. J. I. Ricker and Mrs. Ora May count f'Aourt: was oc 'Jp',1 in the crutl New York. April 13 United States held their usial dance at LaB aa and full of stiggestim": : The femtplnonlnd.always
t+ The wage scale committee are leaving Wolff were united In marriage at the of tbd';i"riminal case of the State vs. I Monday night j I fertllejln remedies ..where
t' ;; "for their homes.'.and win not be Presbyterian manse last night at 7 Pot vtiftls, charged with aggrevated I| General Consul Watts arrived from The Ruth lIar ,rove Seminary 1111. rardlas disturbances are suspected
called together again until the operators o'clock by Rev. Dr. Fa s.- Both of assaufcj t He was found 'guilty Just ;' Hamburg today. He said he bears hold their exercises Thi rre- may evolve some !plan wherDy the

reply to the miners; proposition the contracting parties have; many beforf-the] noon recess. Yesterday i| a letter from Count Wltte to President lay graduating; Carlos' Optra would-be benedicttj who come to our I"
_; submitted yesterday.President friends here who wish them ;fall the attention the civil suit of R. R. Taylor I|: Roosevelt Among the steerage }House. At the ea nest "solicitations of Stare may find their mate If not u .
Mitchell is hopeful for SB successes and happiness of llfe Mr. vfafthe:\ Victor Safe and Lock Co, I I i passengers on the same boat were the Seminary yocng! ladles and tiXenda. eir conspicuously as die Boston method.
answer from the operators which wffl Ricker will shortly build a home outsouth. was gLv>a trial and a verdict relumed'1 sixteen hundred men, all unmarried Mr. Cass o-Brannan, the al-'J yet fully as effect velA word to 1
permit of a'. continuance of negotiations. .Avenue D and engage in business In fafei. cf the ii'alntlff: In rse sum of i I and nearly all Russians, who served ented violinist will render several: the 1I'lseete.. -f- Bartow Courlei- I
hete. $100. '. Attorney for defendant com-I'[lln the war against Japan. beautiful violin so os. Informant

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The*. B. TATOM.Daily PRESJDE T. ,Miami S.Metropolis BOBO DEAN,'SEC.-tRUS-' i I Our* Grand Clearance" Sale'f'is 4 Now' |y On

{t THE MIAMI PRINTING COMPANY I M3 and in keeping with our policy to carry,no goods over from season to season we have ]cut the prices as never; ,! before.

The most Southern newspaper published o$ the mainland of the U. S. [ We want to reduce our stock as quickly as possible, in order that n cut our insurance down and also to make

sbme changes in our store.. (Last week was a banner week with us. This,; week we wait' to make a. better. one and in

PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY v |j| order to do so the prices are cut as below ; I It [: .


0. fear fc; mall ..........._, $5.00 Three month .......... 'IX.S t Alfred Benjamin and Snellenberg suits. Goods known The famous Paragon trousers, sold in al] high-grade,

,1Iz months :.......!.... *-M One weekfl by order .1 ':verywhere as perfect in fit, workmanship t 14 QA stores for 600. 7.00 and jS.oo. our .$4,95:

known on application. f, materials,. 18.00, ,$20 and $25 suits for F price. . j . . ... . ,
Advertising Rates made have '
500 fair of pants we been selling at $3.45'

0( TELEPHONE 7* OFFICE: METROPOLIS BUILDING, { 4.00, 4.soand five dollaj-s for. . ..,. .. ,
line of men's business suits, the kind .
pig buy t
Opposite the Court House you The best 3.50 and ob day'p ntS b
412 and 434 Twelfth atrtet elsewhere at 15.00, 16.00 and .I 17.00, $11.90 mad, goocj for hard service, now,--... .-. .. ..$f.-95 .
h, .FRIDAY, APRIL 13, 1901 6ur price . : . : . . . . .j
INDCPCNDEAJCC. { 75C, 85c and 90 cent pants! for . ";,. . .60c

JOURNALISTIC 'f.fewmen'ssuits, worth 9. 00, 10.00 $6.90 i.oo.: 1.10 and 1.25 cants for. . i." .". {. ... .9OC

youth cinuot hat. "ind! 12.00for. .,. ... ... . . ,. : . 1.50.. I.25and2oo' pants for. . . . .1.25
The most unobservant reader, who i. not a mere I 4.
the newspaper of the presensad
difference between
9 faDed the to note the marked of yesterOay. The most notable difference was recently; J Edwin iap'p'and DiaVi ALK"-PVfR and PACKARD Kripp ndorf ladies shoes. ,a fine assortment
newspapr !
address by Thoma. P. Peters, editor of the BrooklyiTimes. SHOES in broken sizes and widths.'
pointed ont In an
""' the al1d, mood brand : '
of past
shoesJuiwin Shoes worth
tween newspapers
to the contrast 3.00, 4.00
Referring Valk Over and shoes.
00 $2.45
than that o .a 3.50 4
! Bald betteseducated reading public and s.bo for. .
present he. : MThere it no ; .
In Europe the newspapers are not read 10 eagerly nor awIJely Clapp 6.06 ,and 7.00 shoes, Packard and Keith s' 3 50 andj $4- :

tbU nation must appeal to all classes: and to all the absolute best shoe on O w Big line of these to [ ) '
The American,, newspaper $5 go. 95 A big line of 2.
taates. It to read by every reading voter and by every Intelligent woman earth, a few pair to close. .*) at. .-. . . .. r and shoes $1.95reductions 1
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can'no more fool lu clientele' to Its real character than .a : 3.50, r.'J
A newspaper dayh hlin Diamond Brand shoes 50 or more pair ,
fool bis wife for each reader lives torn day to 5.00 $ 45. for.'I 95 !

a husband.wwaper.WlUi'iU can readers each paper has =. certain hold and to contlnm jour choice for. ... .. .,. and 3.00 shoes All White:, shoes \t
Itleaders' ': '
that Influence It maintains a character that attneu and, Inspires "

Newspaper reading was never so general as now. The newspaper himself keepi .I 1; Mens Shirts m. HTrunks and suitcases Men's Hats
think for
.. tie voter Informed. ant be Is more than ever qualified to 'j \I John B. Stetson: and Knox.
speaker. Mr .
Information or advice on the campaln 00 men's fine shirts In '
assorted -
less for
He depends "t J' It 5 and 6 dollar hats
"ThU U the era of the Independent 4 35'
Peters U right when he says: patterns, mostly Man-
find It. ,i crippled without In- P 1 .to close at ])f. . .
wherever !
I In politics. The party organ you of fiattens and-Royal Palm, are ,.1' .. $:0.00 trunks and suit|cases for $lUI 3 1 .,
columns a sewspaper.tbat
fluence. ,How much. faith would you the put attractions to the dramatic at a certain theatre anctJways <<1 worth: 2.00 and 2.50 I AK tJ, I'I t US.DO trunks and,'aalt cases for: $14.40 Young Bros.3.00 and 3.50

.would always praise h.eo trunks and suit cases for USe felt hats at this Me .
condemn thOle..t another playhouse How much faith can yon place Closing price . .. T'V '. -" O QR
t $10.00 trunks and suit for
cases fTJSi for.- '
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absolutely right, ; '
find all Republic to be ,.
In that newspaper which always Bi of Majestic: Shirts, $8.00 trunks and suit cases for 1140 > '-, -

and all,Democrate absolutely wrong? Yet'that-U the part the Mill old-time 10: close out I ,' ftat IS.OO trunks and suit cases for $J45or An straw hats'at
that SODW organs are play. )
the tune
fug party and organ where used they to play.are'successful That-4 It Is only because they are opposed by : . . ., I. 'U II,i I 13.50 trunks and suit cases ( 1140 : 20 per cent: diseotutScriven

similar joUrnalism'.nd their field Is awaiting a proper development by intelligent -

Journallsmn.. The day of" tie:organ is gone with the tallow dip Elastic Seam Drawers worth 9Jc.for..60c .The famous Dayton Rai road shoe, worth 3, at $2.45

'anti the 'other ancient utensils of our grandfathers." exerts I I I I Only three of the above to one customer Railroad Overalls] worth 750 at -. . . ."..60cAt
flourishes or
This is all true.: ,The servile party organ no longer '. .
In1Iuenc: ".", 1ThI* doe not meta that a newspaper must be devoid of politicaleonvlc14ons I I ''I '

or" party,affiliations. Most newspapers have their choice between i. :, :abovpricesr-cash; ; and qtsh 'only' goes.ia 'I

parties. But the "successful and influential paper wil} not condone' wrongdoing f . ,
simply,because, the party of Its choice'or preference happens'to be

guflty of It. It will not hesitate to condemn its own party or to commentthe

opposing! party when the facts warrant The true newspaper does not

depend upon'politic or political parties: :for !Its success,and ft 1* no, mare Rornfh

dependent upon politician than upon any other class of reader 'Many politicians ; Anthony= Company

have, been slow to,learn this, and not all of them are disposed to

accept: the information the situation gracefully. They much prefer"the"olJtimVorganrespeclally"

U it happens to belnterestedjn their. 'favor The

effect of the Independent spirit. in the modern lIew.paper.l. to"makepartlesaid 228-230 TWELFTH. ,STREETt. : t :, "r j MIAMI; FLORIDA
'politicians more cautious in their conduct Herein the newspaper serve 4 "

an excellent'purpose. .
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CITY BONDING Q tSTlON. fltTY ORDINANCE avenue Cant 6th street.' thence south. ,:I
I I on avenue C to 14th street Get Caught on a

Again beginning at the ,Junction of
The: city council has_called an election by the freeholders of Miami to Ordinance amending an avenue C and 1st street' thence running '' 9 ,
determine whether bonds In the sum of 100.000 shall be Issued for municipal entitle: "An Ordinance west on 1st street to city limits; !I Fishing Trip

improvement*! This question received almost an unamlmous endorsement grafting the right to build own, main- thence running south on Front avenueto
taia&nd' operate a street car or trolley 5th street; thence east on 5jJ Ir Without
once before and.there are stronger reasons for such decision nowthin q Enough TackleSOME
olystem'within! the limits of the street to avenue J; thence south on
then. J to 8th street thence
avenue across
bf ; I
city Miami, Florida, and prescrlbt .
Miami growing at a rapid pace and the need for public improvements t '! 8th street to North River street and
i* greater than'can be met with the present income revenue. To issue naltlel 'for the violation of toe on It to 12th street. FISHERMEN ATCH MOM
provision!! of the same." Passed Again beginning at theJunction of '
bonds U the only; ,logical way to'meet the emergency. Health and sanita- LARGER FISHj AND MORE
B and 20th FISH
Ma flHh.{ 1905; signed! F. W. Hahn avenue street and run- i
th.f the system be increased and made as serviceable
tation demand sewer
ning west to city limits and 'thence
President; Attested by M. R. Kellnm, VARIETIES of FISH than OTHERS
a* ,possible;' business .n'd travel make it argent that more of the many back on 20th to avenue Llhence; northon. j '

muchly traveled street" be paved; the fire"' department equpage is only Cit IMay Clerk 10th with'seal 1905,- signed of city John; ipprov.ed Sew- .avenue L to South River street; BECAUSE :THEY Otis, PREPAREDFOR
thence South River
partly sufficient and efficient and with its more thorough condition, Insurance ells?1ayor. street to city limits. on ALL EMERGENCIES '

rate wDI undergo a'lub.t ntial reduction. Be-- It ordained by the city council Again beginning at the, Junction of i t
The need. of a city hall are patent to all for no where else In the land of SUie city of Miami: Section one,, avenue G and 12th street and running -

win such: a. disgraceful and inadequate public structure be found.. U Is an That "An Section ordinance 1 of the to grant ordinance the rightto entitled north on avenue G to city UmItL 0 Miami i Sporting Goods Store

e7-ore'.in.l menace to the growth and prosperity of the town.. Parks built! own. maintain and operatea Again beginning at the. Junction of .t L- r
and promenade we need, and the portion of the fund allotted to that purpose tteet car or trolley system with- ""
avenue G and lth street and running i
I j
Is within reason and necessity. in |jibe limits of the city of Miami south on avenue G to Miami I
The Metropolis, believei there is no other way to meet these emergencies Florida, and prescribing penalties for river. Again beginning at avenue 'j 1! SOS 12th STREET *
th<|: violaton of the provisions of C and running west to avenue D. i J I.
prescribed !
and demands, than to Issue bond under the provisions by laAi ."Passed May 4, 1905. signed f
Passed this 5th day of April A. CARRY
ordinance and it 1* confident the majority of the freeholders only person F. W. Hahn. president; attested with D.. 190C. THE A FULL ASSORTMENT OF
: election-realize the necessity for scabby M. R. Kellnm, city clerk, and i TACKLE MANUFACTUR.ED
entitled to" a ,vote to the proposed ful1" I F. H. WHARTON, { MADE TO CATCH AND
making all of the Improvement decided upon by the council and on election approved May 10, 1905. signed John President of City CouncilAttested .
Sell, Mayor,-be and the same lahe I I ,
day will. approve the measure by voting for bonds. What Is of interest and i
: |$>y amended to read as :lollows I M. R. KELLUM. City Clerk A BUr Fish
benefit totthe city should be of Interest and benefit to every person in It.Let'the !I to Mi: (Seal) .

bond issue prevail and a year or two hence Miami will take' !Section! 1. Be It ordained by the Approved this llth day. of April, -
-. her place among the most thorough an:1 up-to-date cities In municipal improv- I I City Council of the city of Miami, Flor- A. D, 1906
idayjhat B. B. Tatum.J. H Tatnm S. Southern Marble & Stone Co}
meats In the.country. That will be a proud: thing to do and boast, but we MfgTatum. A. A. Gery and W. )1.I JOHN SEWELL- Mayor. '

can and will 'do. I r j' their associates. successor 4 3. HOOAN STREET.'JACKSONVILLEHedaauarters
,. 4{assina' hereinafter: referred to as j I for .I
I gVftees, hereby granted exclus-
'The saddest of all days,of. the year is this-Good Friday-commemorating are Building Stone
Isl under and etc.
B|right) of way over up. Marbles;
the crucifixion of Christ Xext Sunday Easter. !ong he streets and avenues of the Children of Capt. Little' Sold

.!cite i f Miami Florida hereinafter i For $100,000New MOSAIC AND TILE I 'WORKFOF'
JefeHWd and named for the purposeof '
'. The man whose service might be worth more to you than any other .1 |< n\trusting maintaining and op-! FLOORS BATH ROOMS MANTELS ETC. A

''employer in the city may be reading the special ads In the Metropolis everyday erl ting\by electricity or other power York April 13Another not. Moonmeats General. Cemetery Worfcl I
\ council oftbFLtIty able addition to the Imposing list of etc.
Just tot"i; III )roved by the city
.njw. : Vof Miami hereafter a single masterpieces from the brushes ot the UrK .t Works ;| Uaucelle4 Fa jilltie. IOB reaclalr'l j Prompt SSZHce 'J
r trddt] tin of away for transporta- t early European painters owned In this I
-leaar.. Greene 'and Gaynor are wondering now Just how hard Capt. ; t country bas been made by the purchase ;
while rdolng time" for his connection with that branches from Messrs. Scott & Fowles byMr.
worked ; government i
,Carter I Otto H. Kahn. of this city of tIle
lie necessary and to own ando R
swindling'contract t which they were interested In Savannah harbor.It ITnwQ11I-iERj;
; >B.ite said street railway for the triple portrait of the "Three Children ;
fu |term jf 30 years from' and after ., of Captain Little" by George Romncy. -I
is announced that the Socialists of Florida will hold a State convention tb'pas.ige' of this ordinance; the II Is stated on good authority I
that the price paid for the Machine: .
at Tampa, April 2S.to nominate a State and. Congressional ticket to be s: '.s anJ avenues over which salt picture I. Shop
was $100.000.
being deS -
ri! ofa as granted
chance Frank it )
Toted on next) ovember Here's a for to get in the banj- ( |Brad as follows: i This canvas has long been constJI I

wagon'and incidentally to run for office. Won't that be nice. iwmenclns at the city limits on !ered one of the most Important ands, -Agents for the New iEra Gad .Engirs. Gasoleneand

<< tn j |westt'rn end of 12th street, th..nret I representatlv o the erect EnelUh
: tins!!; east on 12th street to Doulethrnre I, painter.! placed by some critics In the'' ke osene engine repairing a 'SPECIALTY
'The'erald with the
often seriously disagreed Democrat
,has Tallahassee v't |; on Boulevarj 10 14th i i same rank as Sir Josh.ia Reynol.ta and,.
and we have often believed and said that the Democrat was a bitter partisan I gr :t ; thracc on 1-Slh street to Ave- "Thotna (jatashnron: and hdl ,hun;; General 1 Repair Wor

paper 'lO"1Oevere.il.t'lre; to say Just here that no mater, what we have said i !' ;| lX thence north oo Avenue D to for ninny years In an oil house in thenarih 508 SEVEN! II STREET i I MIAMI,
1" of England Scott & Fowler''! FLORIDA
for believed about'foe Democrat. we consider It a tilt and honorable paj>er. IC', !imil5.
ain ''vsinuing at city limits on purchased the picture ana exhibited It
,Recently. a Jasper paper printed an article about the:'Hectlon of. drainage t A,. 'sh .end of Srickell avenue anJ I[ Of !he Guild Hall In London In 1S92
tax'on ,the Cast Coast, lving an IncidentjHirportlnjj! li have come under the r' :ning! uri said avenue"to 20th street I aaj! at several other exhililtionn. The IF YOU AUTO IS IN TROUBLE II I CAN Ell IT

observation of the editor of the paper. The Tax Collector of Dado conn> I a" 'th:nc, on nth street to aveane D I picture "as everywhiru greatly ad-: :
' published! statement In the Miami Metropolis.directly conflicting with the ,'" north on avenue D to rite 'ir-H> by toe critics nod !he public Inc : I Tire Tr mblea! are Cured r
nrol. The I
caa\as Is splendidly ,
Jasper The Metropolis, while not supporting Governor, Browan!, new
: story. 3ealn one Sold. Car for
1.1'1" ginning at north end ot pi. forved and the colors are rich aad : hire.
aid it desired: to be fair and for that reason printed the- statement o! the D and J, ;J : I
;;e on avenue running ----
T Tax Collector.., It also caned! upon those papers having prevlouslyreprlnte.1 I ce to 12th street:" thence east oa .

lie,Jasper,atory..to reprint the Collector's statement. .So far as The Her- lt-:1I: street to avenue B; thence northoavenue SUMMER COTTAGE C. Zacharias,
.. [aid bas wen the Democrat I* the only one of ihe papers'oppostng Governor B to 6th street: ..tbencton A nicely furnished five room cottageat I I :
{- manhood to w 6th street to avenue Cthence LUha! Springs lAosteu), Georgia,i ., : Block Miami
.Broward's drainage plan;that has bad the and the fairness re- .
r. b on avenue C to city limits. 'or: rent for the summer at $:25 ..a.10Ilth. Danl's
jinmt the,Miami .statement-Tampa Herald. .I3 Inning again at the Junction of J. H. Tatum &: Co. '' *! A.bary p rk. Jf. J,

r.l. + C I I I ITHkAILY i

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Clerk of Circuit Court ........ 1(0.00 -

i'i'L OfflCIAL, COUNTY, Tax Assessor .............. 75.00 "-';. ,. .I .' .
!: Tax Collector ,............. TS.OO ... :
t DEMOCRATIC() (GALL County Treasurer .......... 75.00 T i
j professions County Commissioner ........ 10.00 -
Member Board Public Instruc. 10.00

t Justice of'the Peace .... .... 5.00 Two.G 111ent'

Constable pj................. 1.00 a
, A meeting of the Dade Comity Dem bounty Fill ;;and Game Warden 5.00Supervisor !

ocratic Executive Committee wu held :Of Registration .. 5.00 ,

.Q.ttroa..'Ezartst,. at Miami Fla. on the 14th day of .All candl tel are required to file a ._, ,
I written application to have Ills name : #
March. 1906. pursuant to adjournment.The
ATTORNEYS AT LAW appear upon the official> ballot on the su ,
call for a primary ts
.m.** ttoeUaUeoam.Maia4F.<...: following blanks finished by the committee, i 1 :
I' ....wu..,.t.ualalaaaa4 psrrsoa.s6asa election was adopted to wit: accompanied with the fees above set < < .
27tLa. .' Notice 1* hereby given, that there forth wlth; leo. P. Bull of Ojus. Fla. .

a so tin. Miami. rift. will be a Democratic Primary Election Secretary had Treasurer of the Coun- .
! Democratic Committee on'or before Neither comfort the
held In the several elections district ty nor conventions demand a waistcoat ;,
: the 2th day of April. A. D.1906.
i. of Dade county, Florida, on Democratic Executive with'a suit for
The County summer service. I It has simply no functions. 7 7j
Seymour & Atkinson May 15th. 1906. and If necessary on Committed'.::|oall meet on Monday. Iay j '1

I Attorneys and v June 12, 1906 for the nomination of 21. 1906 n,3 the County Court Honse. j 'e
'jt, all Democratic candidates State and in Miami Florida and publicly canvass eve have line of coat and trouser
i > ,Counselors At Law. the [returns and declare what
g County to be voted for by the Democratic candidates ire nominated by a majorIty alts In single tAd double breasted
!r, U1 attMtlM to el U practice U all wens, .
SUM awl rdnl electors at the--general etec- vote fot-: each county office and IB i '

I : Room 5, 6,7, FrlueU Bldj., Miami lon to be held November 6th. 1J06. what cases;;; a second. primary will oodels of extremely f light weight.tabrics. -.

and to be appointed by the Democratic have, to beheld.ll 1 such u Tropical '
worsteds Berges
Governor of the State between the W. A. Filer ',

G., A. Worley date of holding such primary election Chairman. # wool crash, homespun and Cheviot '
't and the holding of the primary Attest: !SGeo. P. Bull. .j i 5

;. '' election. A. D. 1901 [Si Secretary. In distinctive patterns and color at
Attorney'at Law
The following officers are to be nominated :
There U not dunce !
aa superfluous
310,. Twelfth St, MUmi, Florida at said primary election to- REdITRAT NOTICE 4
" wit: doth In either coat or trousers.t .
; '1 Representative In e qreu. Sec ,
Geo. M. Bobbins' Congressional District: The registration hoots will b* opened
," TttuvUlFUAttorney .. 2*.. Justices ot':,the Supreme 'Court In th($tariOUl, preJinct., In Dade Don't .

and Counselor 2 Railroad Commissioners. county f i' _
' 1 Member of the House of Representatives. Monday !JApril 2. and closing Monday ,
- At Law
AprilZ3, ,,for the purpose of giving
.,i:" wm"practice Ia aU. Courts' State tab- ?id.ra' 1;;Clerk of Circuit Court for' van- all ait; opportunity to quality ,i _..,... :
plred term. themaelved'to! vote In the Democratic

t. 1 County Assessor of Taxes. primary |i: be held oa May ,1$, sad Another Day "
Hudson & Boggs'AttorneyatLaw L Tax Collector. June 12. ffi I

1 County ..Treasurer.S' .. All those!" who wish tob transferred t' w- y
f t; ;; Commissioners.- from one precinct to another most
3 Members of County Board of Pub- I
f apply toil. C. Burteshaw, Larklna ,
TotrnlcT Bui14in ,' Miani1. Florida Instruction.- ..
L '" ,- lic Fla., u tte deputy registration'Offi fi
t 11 Supervisor -of Registration. cars are tot authorized to make these ..__ Get full leI wear out of your }
Member of the Dade County Democratic
a.6LA8L L D. transfers summer clothe. We've underwear :
P Executive Committee for Precincts ,
;JI have fits! day made the following I -
-. ..i wtth let One*-rmania7. ; .1 NOL', 14, and T.frespectively.. appointments! of registration oOcers : i.OO crt 7 OOt ;:.. .r .;\:. by. the ounce;:; breezy negligee; shlrta. r r j"\JI, : ..
| 1 Justice of the Peace'an..!)1 Constable \
different districts of
k. ges1/-n sea Rneti In the election T '
'. In, such, districtsas .have vacanclei. cool hosiery neckwear and headgear. JetS"
Oraef AT. C. -- -- .., Dade county: I.
: ,yLYT. ;'" 'FIXBTDA.lj. : Freeing;No. George Parka., We've in-apparel
I everything;; condnc- I
1 Fish and Game Wanes
Preclllco.: :: 2- P. Kitchen. I. 50 et13 50

r j. M. JAcrson, Jt.: election The rules shall governing be the "same said as primary thoseadopted Preclnrt|No. 3-Frank Sheen. ., ive to a man's I hot weather comfort ;
Prec1I1jt No. *-Jeste Dangoarty.PreclncirNo. I '
, si by the Democratic Executive AND ALL 'rAT RIGHTi PRICES.
.: 'j OT7IOI: at their meeting held In : 5T.. J: Haygood.PreclnctjNo. :
Committee Umstead.Precln t ,
5J. W.
dor*!. BIWATMS BLOCK.A'YL.D- Jacksonville on February 24, 1106. forrove1'D1nc \
; '
far t <;$No.. 7- M. W. Marshall. : I' .
State Primaries so as
:.))IT.&VnDBID. .' ,to theCounQ' Precinct:'No. 8- J. W. Ives. _
f Y e the same shall be applicable l'
Prtmary. Those and only Precinct! No. t- W. E. Pendletoa. iitdes
; w. (
e ; '
Precinct No. 10-Joe Challle. R.,
DR. w.: 8, RUSH.t those persons candidates shall before be permitted or rote at to,-become ori Precinct No. 11 Alf. Peacock. i

PreclnEt Na 12 A. T. DuvaL
Ofioe m-ltth stre.t, >Ptone 41. participate la the management o: said i
.; Precinct No.13- George Moody.
primary electlonwho declare their adherence
/ Bed4ea. sa.: .
806 1&1&
"' e to the principles and organisation 'f Preclnrt No 14- O. L. Hargrav.
I MIAMI FLI, of the Democratic Party..national. J PreclnCt,No. 15- B. P. Upplnootts Clothier and M n's Furnisher '
who the J. C. Burteshaw. I
State and county, are br .
laws of;the State lawful electors of Supervisor of Registration., of t

f k J.H.KMullett.M.D.; ; : the election districts la which\tth yeffer I I r ""-- / "
: the Number 322 Twelfth :
to rote who bare paid, their.poll -N"ORp1NANCE t. ,'DonYforget Street: Miami florid I

f Office: Boom* S tad 4 taxes legally due not, less than tell a 1.

!,' \ rrissell Building days before said primary electiola.U4 An ordinance authorizing the Issue of : b4. H t f _
who shall when challenged by an elector "
Roan 10 a. .. to U D.: Stolp.1 r.Readeno.616 One Hundred Thousand Dollars ot ,
; %
; pledge In wrltlq ,apon oath, before _
city bonds 'o: the City of Miami
.. Avenue U'F'RED'BUTTER and _, .
. any' Inspectorate abide by State Pt Florlda,anthorizlng.an elec- I
support the result of such primary and litlon fdrjsucu purpose and providing .
" ,' ; support the nominees"thereof.; : the mf hod of holding such election.Be .
,The polls shall be opened and closedat It ordained by the 'City Council
.f the several election district at the the Miami HeatersK
O..r Contractor ,CityOf: : ;
J. .. Matting
hours fixed by the general electionlaw. "
GravdlncI' Sectional:? That the City of Miami _.
The following ..name4 persons .
B1uUn.. is hereb authorized to Issue and sell
W.Us.DrW.d, Sidewalk;; are hereby, appointes'lupeetorl and bond lathe- amount of One Hundred if i <.
clerks for the several election",districts Thousand, ; Dollars for municipal 1mprovemejnts. I '. .
II. : ." r: W __ the said amount being
WTTC. Maynard .Precinct No.1-Inspectors: N. H. less .tha|Jflfteen| per cent. of the as and Furniture
Parlta,- B.. E. Stypmann and B.- O. seesedYluaUon of all real estate
GRADUATE OPTICIAN Ball. Clerk: Curd Schroeder.' Polling and personal property for the year I I \ ;

f With Maynard Son. J.wIr* place Ball's ltore.;'- -?-, 1905. J' ovlded the issue and ale I I _
Precinct No., ?.Inipectors:: FrukBo1l'era. of saldxfbonds; are ratified by two- I _:
ATMM D Next to Pout Office, I; P/Kltcnen and E. C. Miller i i third 4,the registered voters of said: Will '

Clerk: James Hepburn." .Poain'place. ,;1 jcity, wt&jshall be owners of real elI be Sold at Reduced Prices'; for thirty days '

', school house. within said and I .
(CEO. L. McDONALD, j late city possessing :
I '
3 Frank ,
Precinct No. Inspectors: i the ( jua3catloas hereinafter set forthat
Clrfl Inglteer: Sheen, Joel A- Dean and Dan*CosgroTe. -| sp&lal election called and held I I '

c ,.ane,....ad a.bdlvldirg'la.d.. epci41tp Clerk: T. J.. CampbelL Polling -i for tha&jmrpose. ,
COCOANTJT.OKOVK. FLA.. place old engine house. :' Sec. p Tnat said bonds shall be J. W. Watson f gn Avenue D
Precinct No.. Inspectors:, Jesse In !
"., .' I issued apd sold the several amounts g g
;I Dougherty; J. ''L. Garnett and F. w. i and municipal purposes named \
r. W ALTEF C. )DHXTAKMO i Palmer. Clerk Cullen Pence.'.Polling fort, wet; : i ;:

; place, Porter's Packing House. (r purpose of constrnctlng -
f grc :"teo"t. !I Precinct No. 5-1I1spectora'T.: .'I and malirtilnlcg! : a system of sewerage .,
McRae. T. J. Hiygood and 1. B. i or for #f&crwlse! promoting, the healthof I "
"r Taylor Clerk:;::H:B.,.Hodges. ,Pol) i the iiJr to the amount of Thirty (! interest payable'semi-annnally at the ::; same and the Umef for the opening '

t51210 n."C Miami. F1&ThethapmanHouse tug place, school house.; j Thousai Dollars ($30,000):: to be Fort Dallas National Back at Miami > and the closing of thp polls which said j Merritt ft KolbTH
< Precinct No.: Inspectors: J. l.i called @II known as Sewer Bonds t''Fla. All of said bonds to mature and proclamation snail $e advertised In .1 i
Hard, D. Cassel'anol'1.,W' Pierce.1 For tE f purpose of opening, widenavlng become due at the expiration o.' thirty newspaper publishe4 In the city of Mid !, .

Clerk: J. M. Vmstead. Polling piacRoule' ing and 1 the streets and side 1 (30) years from the date thereof. ami for the period of thirty (30) day ',' ESTATE' ,J

store. 'walksTwenty't,1*!! the city to the<< amount 01,Bonds shall be dated when Issued \ next preceding such[election. ) BARGAINS :..:
'I I count Ened! and attested. That Sec. T That there shall be appointed .
F. W. CHAPMAN. Prow Preclncto.. Inspectors: a: V. Thousand Dollars ($20,000). \
lair C.M per *tMi.co&ortaof" th* week Marshall Ed. T.!.Klng and Eet>:y to be cijied and known as Street Improvement said bonds' shall be sold at not less by the City election Inspectors I j MIAMI FLORIDA 4A
O-ts a..awcnd a hoau. Le :. than their par value. i and one clerk of vrho shan iI j
-, std 17 mllw mth of Film Beach m till Bryan. Clerk: R. A. BryanJ Polling Bonds. : .
treat East Octet ,Canal,amoor the plitap-u place: 'Stranahan's store. For thif purpose of erecting a puma Sec. 4. That each of said bonds when !I conduct said election, and the names t fine S acre bay f ron% In Cocoanut

Good aaUU and....-wi....cr 90.iag,_ad*of 0.-Soathmi bat .f.rlo...ra Precinct No. Inspectors: J. S.Wofford. buildin"ljto be.constructed of Miami issued and properly executed shall be of such "inspectors And clerk shall bee; Grove good house. well set In b.srl.E j'
Delray. Florida J. \V. Ives and J. A. Harp. rock. t'i the amount of Twenty delivered to the Commissioners of I certified to the Ma or and said election |trees riparian ripht4 A. ba'1lala. "
Clerk J. H. Gllsson Poling place', Thousabijt Dollars Public Works who shall after adveitisement shall be cond cted according to!
: ($20,000), to oe'I ( S Lots on 14t" strut between Av.
aid for bids for the period oc I the provisions, of th State Law. The Ij i
.. school home. called' known as City Building
A/W. (Graham Precinct No. Inspectors: Paul Bonds. M ,i thirty (30) days' proceed to sell the j names of the inspectors and clerk whb j nun C and D. l"

Matthews, 1.. ForneU and J. I. Pet. For h& purpose of establishing same at not ICES than their par ,value shall conduct said e ectlon. are as follows Lot on 8th sb.etbetween'Av.nuosC j'
Contractor Bud Builder ers. Clerk: J. A. Daughtry. Polling malntalCing and equlplng a Fire De- '; and the proceeds arising from such : j I.I'j and II. '1100. 8 years tenna.

/ Satisfaction place school house. partmeSlS, to the amount o: Fifteen i i' sale shall be paid into the City Treasury Inspectors: A. J. Kolb R. J. Math- -, House and lot 10th street ..

f Gllarall eed. Precinct No. 10-Inspectors: T. L. Thousjful Dollars ($15,000), to be by the Commissioners of Public ers and Chas. A. Mann; Clerk John tween Avenue B bay $2760. Let
{ Works and the City Treasurer shad U. Cheatham. The polls shall be open-- an4 i
- itt m,tfn o.rmr work and urt' ton momr. Townler. H. Dale Miller and S. L. !called afeil known as Fire Department I show this ,
Rf ramcB laoiikcd. Send povtalaad I Patterson. Clerk: R. B. McLendon.: Bonds. 8| I give to the Board of Public Works I ed at S o'clock a. m. and close you
; wit call lad p..yoa. P.a box'T4. Miw ''. Polling place. Fair building. For lie purpose of opening con-:his receipt therefor and place the same I sundown, The ba lot to be used! 10 acre nay fronf,. t3OOO. 'cheapestsouth

''I j Precinct No. Inspectors: B.S.J! Etructlrfj and maintaining public to the credit of the Board of Public i said election shall e prepared by the of lemon Cltr. .
1 Potter, Andrew Hardee and Jackson ij! parka -1351 promenades located within Works to be disbursed by them under I City Council ands all be In the tot- 25 acres hammock and truck land
f Expert Typewriter : Peacock. Clerk: J.V.. GaHaway. I the clt ?| limits, to the amount ofFifteen the direction t>t the City Council. And lowing form: For City Donds" ana T 30 grapefruit tree/j finest In south 'J
Polling pace. Shone's old store. thou nnd Dollars ($15,000), the money arising from the sale! of '-\.Ilust! City Don s" Dade 11 year old. j.2OO young tress. .j

! Repairing".x i Precinct :No. Inspectors: I .T. to be qaled| aM known as Park and such bonds shall not be diverted from : '8'c S. That In edlatI after t e good house and beautiful grounds ,Oft .
Stephens W. J. Dangherty, A. T; Prome lie Bonds. 'the purpose ior which. Laid bonds are closing ur the 1'0111.the lu..Pt.Clots a county rock road' '5500. You should -

I. v. c; PRESTON; I(Dural. Clerk: Thos. Mitchell. Polling t Sec That. the said City Bonds issue. clerk of said l'IE-ctl n bhall proceed o lee the views at out ofllc. i

3049t St.: .1'.0. Box 311, [ place, Tweedell's Hall. ''be isst i in five different series, totit ; Si-c. 5. That a special election shall ; count the 'ut,'!; ca t nt said elect! D 35 acres on Lert'J.O" City road 10 4
: : j Precinct Na 13-Inspectors. Henry : 'J1'fIfJ' sewer Bonds in a series be called nnd held in the city rt :Miami "For Ci:) DolIlls" Indnlust,; CI y .. acres clured. Houle and 200 ue"A
GosBmaa \Vm. Anderson anj J. Cas-j numbs 1 from 1 to 30, inclusive on thtf fourth Tuesday in May, A. .Juds" tnd snail prepare Jupllca e Good views of the Day for a hen

Emil A. Ehmann tello. Clerk: H. A.. Proctor. Polling'place J The Set,. Improvement Bonds iu a D., 190C. for the purpose; of submitting lbbts I showing the Oie cast for eac time only S4OOO. j1l
II I school house i serIes mbered from 1 to 2u inclus-! : to the qualified, re;;iteiedvoters, cud hall certify correctness f <
;;, Precinct :No. Inspectors"WA. jive Sie City Building! Bonds! in aUeries ,t>f the City of Miami, the question! of lIIl 8.111\1'. and on 'laid eerttl1 u have been paid b herein provided '
E' Architect, I Scott R. Blackw'eUer and J. F. Sax J I pimbereil from one to 20. in- the? Issne! and tale of said One Hundred ; lists under seal lib.Ihe be handed by uia.pector i'hIn the city' lima then such bond 1
Thousand Dollars vliHU), ii>f city to the (, Clerk and tbtE ball be '
on. Clerk: J. R. Horn. Polling place,j elusive The Fire Department Bonds Issue 'al1.1 Dd the City Council (
., West Palm Beach, Florida i Saxon's store.Precinct i 1111 a t h..s numbered from 1 to IS, 1 1 bonds. That no person shall be allowed other certified list also! under hall I'I'OCt'ed t Issue the same
-i: :No. Inspectors: M. A. t, Inclusl si, The Park and Promenade to vote in sash: electio4 who I U shall be handed t the I'rt' f dos: d.'lh'er thr .w:' l1t\'l bonds to the ;1
, i le not voter of the city of 'he City Council: l' o'ltled that Commissioner, of hilt'1Vorks
1 )Marshall S. M. Alsabrook and A.C. Bonds t a series from 1 to 15 in- a registered
: Merritt & Kolb | Frost Clerk: R. C. Stanley. Poll.i cliistvf Jf i All of which: shall b> signed :Miami and a resi Unit of saM city, and Iu.t"rs appointed: \, to conduct SC1.dt'lt'etlon Sec 1" That a 1 ordnenees) and
j ling place.- school hove.I by f Jie Mayor, countersigned rayCouncil who shall not own real estate 'situated! may nquit each "lector 'ptr'b of ofl1nanee in contact here- J
Real l'' Estate., Rentals, etestates { The voting shall be by ballot ou,j the Pt '?dent of the City within the limits of said city upou lag toot<:' 3t said t'kction to w 1'1. n. and the sa e are hereby r.tr .
G tickets furnished by the'' State and I and uijisted by the City Clerk which i the tavs have been j>aU for prwf that said l'l ctor iaesesses e d.'i .

Managed I County Executive Committees and a tider! U fseal of the City ot11-. j the year when the tlf'S're Isst due, requisite.qualltlcatl n1l 8s here deflnu.eec. Sec. ]1. That t 5 ordinance shall '
. Ave. C. near 12th St. Miami.. Fit H u. the close of such elections the inspectors ,j awL that said bonds shall be Is-, I rand who shall not be a ''qualified' :; 9. That un he first Monday *f- take effect from an after its passage

and clerk shall proceed to can., sued l "denomtnations of One Thous-, I elector.In all other respects under the 'I r bald efl'l't' nil sum thereafter ,approval br the May r. and pubacaUgpas -

: DR. .E. M.. LAWDENTIST Visa the vote In accordance with, the i !f aDd 11lar. ($1,000) each and" shall 1 1 city ordinances 1\."praetlcable..the City Council Ill'onVE'ne required by law.
State law, and shall at once forward I,j bear !iterest at the rate of five (5)II' i I Sec. 6, That the mayor of (Jhe city of and pros d to canvass tie Paled this 11tb a1' 0: April A. n. j
: the. returns to the Chairman of the per ct per annum. with Interest: I Miami shall Issue his proclamation, \'olecaet at such election. and If D1t 1 Hh.C. n Wh..uto;. ,;j
County Executive Committee.The II' coupo tE: ;attached signed in like manner giving notice of such election the time shall appear that aid Issue of bons I Attest: President of City Council.3L !
wien nwhl're the ,ball have bean rn ified and appro""r" R. ellum City Clerk
Office over Sewell's Shoe Store assessments to be paid by the I ajjalhe bonds; the principal and and place came : .
['I j Intereli'': payable In gold coin of the I shall be held qualifications 0: the by the IIrma.tI\"l' vote of two-thlrlis! Approved this 11 dar or April, A '
I Artistic Work Thoroughly" follows UnlteJ States of standard weight and I electors and the names of the inspectors I of the qualified electors, of laId city : D.. 1506. John Se1l"el1. ,
Executed t finenefjjj or Its equivalent with the t and clerk who ere to conduct the owning real estate' upon which taxes I Mayor.4r j
WIth71'he Most Modern Appllancei- Representative .......!....., 25.00 1 I I I ,. ; ;1

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Souvenir Post Cards LARGEST! LINE Of SOUVENIR SPOONS Watches and Jewelry ;

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The First National Bankat [ Town Topics J \ EllS & GRAVES

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t Miami in the State of Florida.
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Four Cjirs From Danla Mr. Stephen Blnndy. wife and Mrs.Blundy's I Department ;
'i, f.R. Bond to Mcvn clrcilaiiosrrra .-. .._ .... 50.00000 Chas&a&: Company will chip four mother, Mrs. C. N. Fiscns,
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I ,x_ Bonds iaa.ODU.S.lIoad.securities eta _____.____.______u._ 37105.78"WOO solid cars, of tomatoes this week one who have occupied their comfortable I I of the latest Spring style, hati j .;
1 Basking house,furniture and fixtim...___--_ 20.Oe.ro having |tteen shIpped from Danla on home in Fort Dallas Park during the I in silk dark straw !and lightweight
.' Due Doe from National Bank(not reserve. __alreatl... ) _._ 23/55.10 1.,<34.11 Tue.d3t r: and another will go from season leave next Monday for inelr I materials. .
from State Bank and Banker
i Doe from approved ...*..rT. agcou.... .._-_._ ':1.11'1.44' there turJay. Two cars will be home in Cleveland, O. Mr. Blundy isl i I
,:- ,Ii-.! Check Note.:*of and other other:National. cash toms.Han.k. ._..._..._._-____._-______. 3O.Irta '< Fractional currency suckle*and nets.3)4.00 .. man anjKDelray all going to Chase & and says that he and family ''enjoyed Ladies .Tailoring: .
paper : DepartmentFor
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awfnl money reserve i.4aek,- ::: :- 33000.00 Co.. 'Jacksonville.Brossier the season here immensely. They
'. Redemption circulation land with Ireainrer,._____teepercentof __. 1..'<<1.00 V will return again early next season. -
f Total__-_,.--___._$;AAb9L44 ?' } wants to list your property treet carriage and nenin\costume!? Y
LIABILITIES ,I tJi. Candidates for Constable I! IV waists tailor gowns and coat '4

; __ __ ._____, f; The office of constable in his dis-l j jI
Capital Mock fnnd.paid.. 1. r,.._-_________ 50.00000Surplus 7,00000Undivided .t,:r. Program!for May. u-Ict being vacant.. three well known I Icitizens I 232 Twelfth' Street, Miami :.1
The f&Uowing Is I
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and taxes paid.0.000.39 tbe'progragt have made I
profit tawexpeBm the
I NatioaalBaak Note I outstanding.54000.00. ___ ;s- Ladles jAfternoon Club for May: May of their candidacy for nomination announcement to I t :1 ,_ _ _: _."_ '"
Use to SUM Bank and Baiter 4.44.21' r
Individual deposits object to cbrck-.;...353.tot of 7. Wit fcoil! Humor humorous readingby the same,in the May primary through ..jW
: : Demand cenificatM of deposit._.___ ;21,471.11 Jo MrspE.::; A. Waddell. Humorous .
the columns of the I .
Metropolis. They I ,
., Cenifird cbeck..; :_.__._:..__-i_" 46.83' quotatla&s by the club, and biography !
,", Caxbier'; check'*outstanding_.A9.4.k1130.5'SOfTotal. \VJ.Wllson.. Saml Roundtree ana ..
.-........_...-. ___._?___.-- t507.Wl.44 of MarkrjTwaln; by Mrs. Kolb. May. W. H. Morris. The office of constableis : I : L. ., '
r .. 21, "Our?Navy; paper by Mrs. Captain one quite Important to the community -
State of Florida County of Dade. : .
>' L Edward C.Romfh. Cashier; of tbs above named bank. White on our navy. A "Poem ot and as all three of the above candidates .
-' ." do solemnly wear teat the above statement I*trm to die bet the Sett by Mrs. 3..F. Chaille.. are well known popular and Buy your'ast er.jSuit
l' t of mj knowledge,mad belief. i j '
2 competent, it Is sure to be- well filled. ,
3. EDWARDldROMFH.'CMhlerCorrect For ile- Four mules anj tire Their announcements appear elsewhere
!F. attnt. : M.SHANAHAX.EDWIN A.WADDELL horsesJat a bargain. Can at once. In the Metropolis.
W.B.SPITZER Director*. ..; McNeilt Livery Stables. 15th St. and '

if.' ,- SnbKTlbed and sworn to before me Itlli.JlOt h day Of Avenue;b. BROMICR' means; state in.sstmsniiInitiated the Miami
. Apri1lFrederick B..Ea.d. Jr.Notary Pibllc.My J at .,Clothing Company
t commiMion expire Sept....1907.' Edwina-'Ready for Spin. .
The facing boat Edwina owned by Three Memoers .
i I the Mefcsrs. Me Craw of Plttsbnrg.who The regular bi-monthly meeting of and I two' dollars
.t"". .. '. have opine to'Miami to make their :the B. P. O. E. took place last night save :
', In the lodge'rooms in the Townley
; home bas been launched Iron the \
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.. -, ways ohhe l Miami Boat Works where (I building. After the regular routine .

,"I -- R and-wIll she underwent be liven a 'a few.trial mDorJrepalra spin today.(I business candidates was completed was commenced the Initiationof there These two dogs I MIl secure you M extra pair of troosen.:. i pair''of

i ElghtefU miles per hour is claimed being three in all. Mr. A. P. Gerlach dress shoes or i fine felt fcat. Beta ire a .
: for th(:fdwina. which if true makes C. C. Pnrsley and O. D. Brossie few specials for this Met
f ROM her on1! roll of the herd allowed to
the and
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her klDJ and size tn the world. .
> meander In the green pastures. One Smooth weave blue-.1 '..
/.j Coarse Mue
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, : '"\ ,,' sDo of the baby Elks was conspicuous by snits.! weave I
.. serge single suits
s ;';' C" 0' \ 1' I van- ,want a rood''Eastman( ko- I his actions, keeping as far from the breasted $12 I serge of these,regular $9 t
)O > dak. If yon do go to Uartin's Shooting others as was possible in the small price .
is Sit .
.";., ...-111; '[ .?,;.. ...... <.<. and Gallery.make a Avenue high score.Temporary O. near 11th; St..I I pasture, possibly a little timid at firstt 18 aaxaatin; '._ r at .H'r'i : ..
J" onnze Dark
.. ; .I'i i Eczema ,Titter Salt Rheum, ltch.Rlng suits, satin lined, $ I 12 suits' rCf1llarpn"gray flannel .

; New Manager 1.s: Worm, Herpes, Barbers'' Itch. regular pric$ $14.00 $12.00 only a..few, .$-1 I 0
i as many passengers; climb more'bil1 ; goes just a. .. JoIr.l1; | Hull Davidson the popular at.. ........ lettat:..4 I ,.,
fast; uses less gasoline and tires; is safer and more easily manager of the Iroquois has gone to.t.fi All of these,diseases are attended -.J.- .t ".J
'controlled: jut as luxurious and comfortable and costs New York on a business trip. He will by Intense Itching: which Is almost 16 onnze black clay Light &,dark grej frmr ... '
less for repairs..thaa many cars that sell for double or treble be absent about a month and during instantly'relieved .by applying Cham- suits. Havt never $9 and:tan 'cassimere ,%./ :
I its puce; !:: ::.' Send for the REO book that tells.why his'absence,' Mr., B: Jn; Holt, manager berjafn's Salve and by/1U continued I sold for less..than. suits in I of,the Annex to the Clarendon.Inn atBeabreeie. use a permanent core may be effected. $flLOOat. ..f... .....,.. double breasted, $9 atDon't
;will assume charge of the It has, in fact, cured many cases that ,1 1
ti. .. _.... ..,_ _..:..._.._.,_-_._,.---- -- ., iroquois.:.-The latter Is a well known has resisted other treatment Price ,
:. hotel ban::,along'-the East:Coast.ol 25 cents'per box.' For sale.by an : |fflss this Opportunity of sappjylnfl yosrselfwtth j s
Go. Florid especially: having charge of druggists and Biscayne Drag Co. '
Miami Automobile /
: smoaaYedo1loeS
.; ,i'f. The Afeitln.Hotel at,DaytonaJa-tne It will not cost yon a cent to try at extraordlavy low prices
winter||eason and tae Annex at Sea. Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
} .,,' 13th Street near Postoffict. -. 't .- '" breezeln the Tablets and they are excellent for
> 1 stomach troubles and constipation. Miami Clothing
', __, __ __ J j ,; Broads.R- wants te' list' your property Get a,free sample at all druggists or Co .

= Death *f Mrs. Vashtl Beck Torture by,Savages I 1306 Avenue D:! Miami Florida'
Information has been received in the : ;: j ,].
-Speaking of torture to which
-' Are You Build? city announcing the death of Mrs. 'r r
Going to 'I some of the savage tribes in the Philippines -
\"aahtl 1kck; mother of Mr. J. C.Beckof subject their cuptivesjemlnds ,
thlgidty Miss Nellie .
and Beck nowof me of the intense suffering I endured -
If you contemplate erecting a residence, business block or build- PeijVacola.. which occurred a few I .or three months from inflammation, HELD UP'R AN '
of kind it will to give bid. The artificial clan ago In Denver. Colo. while in i ;
ing any : I pay yon ns a of the kidneys. says W. M. Sherman. | EXAMPLE[
stone which we manufacture is WITHOUT A DOUBT SU her seventieth year of, age. Mrs. of Cushing Me.' "nothing helped me *
PERIOR to ANY OTHER MAKE-IT IS WATERPROOF.' Beck Jiis resided In Pensacola. for I.until I tried Electric Bitter, three I almost any carriage I or 1
the P4f, twelve years up to a few bottles of which completely cured me." -' wagon ever
Dealers in, Portland 'Cement monthi ago, when, in company with Cures liver complaint dyspepsiablood submitted to our attention will Mow ,
a daughter, Mrs. R. S. Cramer she disorders and malaria; and mores our skill In repaIring! .. N. matter
went t SDenver.tor;; her health. Miss the weak and nervous to robust health ,, how much out of titter your vehiclemay
The Art Slope Construction Co. E. Nellie Beck one of the surviving ;1
: : daughters, formerly resided in this Guaranteed by all druggists. Price COc J} be 'we may 'be'able to put It .4''

; Office and Stone Yard Foot Ave D.. Look for the turn in ':he WallIf city and was connected with the'editorial EXPERT'PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTANY -I I Into commission once mere. COOL
. fjriafl of the Metropolis. She is BUSINESS r I trlffllng In comparison' to saving In :
... now askj the staff o' the Pensacola : new purchases.
JournaUf but has many friends here BEST REFERENCES J .
I who'exfend her their deepest sympathy I FRED. E. RANKIN f :1.

-J "' I fa,her -affliction BOX 572 JACKSONVILLE FLA. ., J.Street A. ANN.

Lf 423 Eleventh Miami. Ft*. :

; Sale of Best Elgin CreameryButter I '..

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.". <<: per pound street, near Ave. E, Rhone No. 100 \

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i 10 pr F cent off for ,cash purchases amountingto Carriages pnd .

aver $1.00. Telephone your order and pay Automobiles JmOhile J "-

for lure by he hour. day. week or month. storage -
'S2.50 52.50. upon delivery, it you can't call at our store. repair and supplies. (IAgents for the famous FORD an- ,
; tomobiles. Freight unloaded and delivered. Special facilities 1
','i for moving heavy freight. !Omnibus meets every train., Bag. .j
gage; trans terred. ALL orders receive PROMPT: Attention. .
and and I ; J .

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Magnolia Grocery J

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I 1'. II. WHARTOX.> .Manager, .1 FIRST rJe-Shdeing1

J Phone 84 Corner Ave. D and 4th St AND DISEASED' HOOFS SEE I}i I

t L. F. LiaFontis'ee 708; 7th St
this patent Gibson tie we have irod'ls of soft J
:. .black: kid and gum 'm taJ. In variety of shapes and deign I I I I

They are"herein all shapes and leathers at S2.50 and S3.00 '
i Great Easter Offering Dade Co. Title f Insurance!

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if.'-, Company

Ol Gents Summer anal OF MIAMI. FLORtDA .
', Clothing Shoes 'Paid
Up Capital $75,000.. i Surplus, $12OOO

,, aid Ladies Skirts GOING AT COST Insures 1; nd titles prepares abstracts titles],loans and
invests ney on its own/account and for others. Acts as
m agent a torneyin-fact, [ trustee assignee executor, receiver .
Loan Office P o. guardian. Address "all communications to
City Opp, O., t
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tou r s t tlV I curate.. Address P. O. Box 578. JliamL "POP
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/> t r'R?E&fcDonald. of Fnlford.'is a business 'Sure to pleeie. .:Wanted 11.000 for five yean on ...
Improved city property. Box 71, city. .
I Lemon. ,, ..
"visitor in town todayvBROSSIER illa and I
r goes twice as'tar as le,averyheeye MM jrer VALUE IN SIGHTwhen

t IWWDINGGIFT ':", will collect your, rent*.'. gives'desserts!phe Blue The City Loan Omce has Just re oft drink. All other aakaPop : '
'.' l ceived a five thousand dollar lot of but they *..fall aaaka oar. !ifs ., men's suit and shoes, and ladles', Norma Martinis I coot etrar.ta Ga
H.Pierre Branning after a business Paul JandoqlVent dresses on consignment and as there highest priced 'anode te.th. a...
I visit here returned to his home In morning a! wjilch( Is no room for them meT win be sold I there a bigger ato&eya worflk urea.
; West Palm Beach. a car load of t tnatoes, at a very low price la orJer to set "Cascade"Ginger can !.be. fond any where IB tbm ,.. J
fie > : t them out of stock.: By: calling there

it Picture frames made to order., The BROSSICR tuna and,comparing prices you will learn '.IMPORTED'AND .'
... ., Racket Store. that you. can save In purchasing from I 't
; Mr. C. H. [f .1.1 40 to 50 per cent Ale I .DOMESTIC CMARI, *' "
Stuart to vis.il the I I '
Miss Gussle Kaiser left for the north I thi
i' ,.- this morning where she wli likely; place and see to It ; For Sale- Meat box aid fixtures. In singly; by the box or.by tlo.R _
'f'"n be ready for.'you when stay; through the cummer.BROSSIIR I their, vote in the use four months. Far below cost I lI l- of superior Quality and IBdlttom perfect .... ;
-- at man pricesr Afl;'oer
then day comes with the right I W. E. Harden' 11%'Avenue D. We are tile exciMivo i ... ate t !;
will collect year' '...... For Rent -*;|Four I of "Cascade" in this territory.There are kept: BO that MS. of tlisbr- J... ,
Goods. at the RIGHT. PRICES cottage on 20th street ; 'n't)' tie men wanted for ties Tams I are a let of Slopes ales ranee 1 to tat ..,al:
} f Dom. E| S,1.%, 18 cents, at Rockdale Fla. Inquire .but none 'to compare with t
J. E. Lunrmus has returned from a .." ,
! B* ovre iW Ses ;
,0' I of L. J. Gardner before*Mondayat tJ
cruise to the.extension where he has |Ji. "'C cacIe"" I- .
and .
M t I all 111.isI .
i t .. flourishing commissaries. Mr., C.;J. Bell* who D. R.KnICht'l.ltore. on Avenue D. 1 -i. :. '
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' It: > -t stead country i1m in ; Mall ordera five special attL IIeal
". Fresh venison In stock daily; at the greeting friend and Indian Buck Rode Bike I I .' HAYES t
One of the sights on the street this
Miami Market.lilT and 1X1 Avenue I C
aYNARD&SONIJIWELCRB D Broader wama to ) morning was a full blooded Indian : '
buck dressed In native garb, oare AcmeBottiJngror.bI Cfga'r t

nt OPTICIAN Mrs. E. C. Wells and Mrs. D. 1C. ; I legged and short kilt frock riding a I The Man
Melvin, are .spending today rat. the The C. W. p. M. 0 bicycle: The Indian seemed to appreciate MIAMI FLORIDA : .
iNcxtte heblIes MlaeM. Ptar da beach.Dr. church meet the fact that he attracted considerable B1SCA71t
B.<,Anltman aI::-2:80. attention and enjoyed It Immensely I Sixth Street, Woet of the I loo FaMNy. OPPOSITE j _._ HOTEL.. >.j ..,
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Martens, husband .
:'daughter .
"- gether the Easter with "wyomle water" (liquor) and Informed I. I '" v."" *.

amt Skating there lean they tomorrow win go for to Chicago Canada to and reside.Wanted from. lw, '?, t'. a crowd with whom he stopped T".c Miami I 1
Decorating. 1W.
Wanted To buy to talk. that "bike heap good. Indian ,Company
Address Daytona no walk more Who says the .
I .. .-. dean cotton raga at this ; march civilization has not struck cXflOVA. # -
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u. ,..10 ". 'oft' ,, : ':" -' i' L_ : the Florida Red Men of the Forests! :;
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/ Among the I I .
Mrs. Set
Harry; Budge Miss Stella and the city todayre [ I RuffheuM Going North 'I

B to 10 .* far John Badge left.yesterday. for ,a trip Mrs., M.'C. Pike 8. j The splendid honsboat Rnffhouse ; j
/OpM a b; ftegtaoraOpest -- ----- '* ''*- :
.. .a....S.,.-..- to- Nassau.-.......",..: "";,. .;...-_. P. NIx of Dahi*. ud. t{owned by Mr. A.' R. Whitney, of Pab1ti.n.g: : : ..
Open.1 to',11p.a.aftsraien .' Black., and MrI. W. W. N.J.and which has been
Dc !
nsarred' far ....., '.
the- will leave for Baltimore at an
forenoon' reaerved children ami specialsummertermat.tie.Mi Conservatory of Music. : I L f.:, pasL'I early dgpe some time next Paper Hanging andtKalsomtNng"; l l',

COMPETENT INSTRUCTORSlealon W&IIte4CJeaa J{where she will be sold. The week.1 Agency Peat'sCall Vfa1I Papers: .I ,
,10 cents. Skating 2S eenta Frank L.'Conrln. 'the popular agent office. ri i laid'In the stream off the ,
of,the Central of 12th street all season. She will betaken I for
i St. Wxt of Ice Factory. Upstairs la town today looking Georgia after Railroad.his com Is Mrs. Lenhar.lt has I north by'Capt. Pent .. or write Et1F tes. 'fhone 181. 1315 i ,Ave. D

pangs interests tage from theCorner of I
Avenue B to aft", 1 ,
t T There are many people who can j
Immediately C! read human naturein the lines of the I II .
D.MOFFATSDairy BROSSIER MUM Safe Investments I
of her fine concrete I hand. They tell to their own satis I I. :
same site.
Miss Gladys Lasseter and Miss Mollie I what kind of person carries
j the hand. There are others who can L'1J
Jones went up to Dania last night 1 I
I tell the he holds his '
to attend a party at, the New Webb For Sale- tent a man by way FindingMoney
Lunch HoteL ply; opposite Fire HalL There are others who can tell
fci I by the penmanship what kind of a .' :
Umbrellas The excursion to ; he Is, and In each case there Is
repaired and recovered.
thng# new. induding Leave at Racket Store. day on the Lady Lou, much truth.
Did to think that
picas of the Ladles' I you ever stop you :
\ -r tell a firm by Its advertising!
U. E. Church/was an
building, making the Miss: Mathews Is having her houses a fine clear dill in Study the ads in this paper and you :
on Avenue B and another on 8th street The proceeds feo to the will be surprised how true to life they .
t and neatest din- receive a fresh coat of paint the residence Inc sufferers. *4 This Is a better test of our the .. ", ,
occupied ,by,Mrs. Margaret A. 1 than any thing else. Yon know a' "" :
Groom: I* now about finished. Cheip merchants and you can judge how I '
in the
room city. For Sale lI'rong..e are. I
t.o.t.= Tribune wheel lost at hold effects t See R. There are-the firms who have been in ) ';
.AN IDEAL PLACE mory,' Second street and Avenue electric light ftant.Miss business a long time and have a'fair -. ;
Finder win please return to [ Ar-I business at a good profit They are I I.
FOR.LADIES office.Mr.. Maud/Hampton satisfied to let things take their course
.SJ amt next week'/or'her Their ad tells that they can be found I. !
with : ; H. W. MacLellan left for New ng,Green Kt..i.|She I at the same old place and their goou 2 Lots 14th
.>.t,Connected' 'a saloonButtermilk I York last night after spending the cltj for a year'or are the same as usual so there is no bn Street
I winter here as night clerk In the Royal many; friends t:rhowil to change the reading, hence tnelr I
at j I Palm HoteL Mr. MacLellan was vie- to her return.fabould d stands the same all the year and
every day '.!cldely popular and his friends look again after a long. year after year. ,
,5c a glass. Light' refreshments forward.. to his return next winter. fc: There are other firms who make
served. during I i I Anything yO t want sensational runs of prices below the I
Summer rates at the RutherfordBoarding landscape cost price and when you read it you
all hours. i sewerage '
t House; 223 Ninth street built lands de ned. look at, once for the hook for you knowIt between D .
Miami. Is a bait because no man can sell and
pt f "
4 I door east of Avenue D on 13th goods below cast unless he makes It
et Front BI 1din2'. Maim'Fla. some other way. I
T. N. Gauutr, There Is the firm with the catch I
Inatlon to the:office of 'I sentence "We want your .
went up to Stuart That was a fool thing to advertise and ,
i STHtPUC.[ will stop In different the way It was run showed the !firm -
way home tf;Jake new in, the advertising field. It
y1S political situation. run until everybody was tired lvovelty .Works; only
the papers did not want to print
On Annual Crylse, : It any longer. Then that firm made
i ,The yawl y eht change of front and advertised that I
having aboar '.Capt they would fill! any order made to the '
A Carload of and Mr. and )ftl. J. catalougue house for 5 cents less thanit I
I IOn Frederick;! could be delivered from Chicago .
,terday afternoon and Everybody said It could not be done } leach
GlassJust afternoon to the lower but the firm made good their promise $ 500 :
L fur as Key WesL. i and that U always the test of value of ,. :
as an annual Datong: advertising Their ads,have been of t ". ," ,',,"
t I :-
aboard and Igjjpade I the kind that It takes very little effort
ure fishing add !for the mind of the observant Intelligent I \ .
from here will"Corf r reader: and buyer to see that J ..
EASTER CARDS The Trochee ps I they are up to date and leading In i I.
received. Bought before the I
cruising and 'ir lineMIAMI
more In demand each year aa r
have the sam pl HARDWARE COMPANY.
embrances for friends and loved the prices went up. AnythingIn have enjoyed u years i "We want your money: I
and we have themoet'variedent "
from the' best selections glass at Ihe old ---- '
be styles made In in appropriate the latest gift deand To Patents: School will ts'oobe Out! -

,'those who appreciate exquisite f1 f. C Brossier << Son '
anent In stationery. I Iif' THE = .
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I AWE: SELL EVER\rrHINC- Miami.Conservatory of Music I I .: .' ',

120 Ave. Q Miam' .
Will hold |p special I Summer term May let to August 1st in Violin

I I'7Y' W.. H., Chaile & Son .Piano, Kindergarten; and Primary., Music. Call or write for particulars "

,and terms. A fine opportunity for the young folks.. Practice I '
1211 Avenue O,' Miami,' Fla PIanos sup llsd free REGISTER EARLY
Counselors nd Contractors
5 and, 10 Cent Annex'' at'int Ave.-a ,FRANKLIN COLEMAN BUSH Director. 225 Twelfth Street in Realty l lJ
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THOS. W. MATHER ;| For Tax Collector. '
I 'x I hereby announce myself u a candldata -
MIAMI. FLORIDA Political for the offlce of tax collect
I .Mchanteal and Hydravlle CnglM i iIWadmflls () Of Dade county subject to the action

steel tower tanks caada of the Democratic primary Sh'o': C :
I Thomas J. Hard*. 8r
pumping e&alaea.. galraaia Announcements I 1 t
;- MA black pipe at wholesales Ipacla
1M4IAer'J' designed and bun Aaa | FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER
III' CacU AMtrlra Gu Oramton f Second District
Aiiouaccnuat tinder ihlheadinawnl ,I Friends of William Helm announce '
be inserted until attar the Democratic his candidacy for county commissioner

R. L. Mercer In for Primaries f 10.00: Weekly,in the Mctropoli Daitj Mtropo-*. $5.00. from the Second district, subject to Uu
or in both the Jui'.jr aid Wccklj Mtroooli. *- action of the Democratic primaries. once more at.BURDINES
lor $10.00.Positively ,
"" I S Mr. Helm is a successful business I .
: 207 AVCMC D .oa..o..ce..t..111 tman I enthusiastic for good roads a I "
s be lawrted ..lees accompanied by the
cuh. first-class civil: engineer and 11'111t ;
i Groceries, Provisions t equipped to fill the offlce.

i and VegetablesFresh ;! FOR COUNTY'COMMISSIONER- .';{

the People For RoproaontativoTo of Dade County: rAt I; First District :

'.- and canned meats, butter the request of friends aad will[ [ respectfully announce myself u
,.eggs and cheese, tin ware a desire to serve you la the State Lefr a candidate for the once of county i k
tobacco : Our Islatnre. I announce myself a'candfe; commissioner for the ;First District
cigars: etc prices -
the action of the
subject to DemocratIc
r,, date for this once subject to ta* Da: : ;
tll are in line with all compe ocratic primary to be held la May. {I- primary of May IS.
titorsGive us ,a .call. I respectfully solicit the support oi Harry DuBols. You will never be able to get shoes as cheap again
r. x1s the people o: Dade county and It Jupiter. Fla.

elected. I will faithfully and Impartial We will NEVER sell them as CHEAP again. ,
.. :Tfc* Geed Old iimiMr Time ly discharge the duties of th* offleo.; FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER
You, Will ,Find at and will do all In mr power for roar Second District
best Interest and welfare. I trait to To the Democratic Voters of Dade

Joosofl & Tom kids era have at the an pleasure early date of meeting and discuss tat rot alj* i County hereby: announce myself aa a candidate .Beginning' :Monday.April; the 9th

public questions and define fully in, ? for the omce of County Commissioner t
;:. position In reference D mertta. ti from the Second District .. :F' I <..
I recognize the fact that a pubUC of Dade county subject to the win
5 and JOc4 once Is a public trust, and shoals of the Democratic voters u expressed About 70 pair of ladles' fine 2.50 oxfords |I DRY GOODS' :

you honor 'm* with your rote, I will at the coming: primaries. left out of last weeks sale. We sold over I )
hlihly appreciate confidence anfl Paul C. .T....
your hundred of them at Bmg .satire bat tnm. lei tate'we hawr
Variety StoreAny will be loyal to roar Interest West Palm Beach. Fla. one. pair $1 I 45 sow 1
Respectfully 1.90 last week. Broken sizes |: asMcd great tariaiaa to Udta jsasla x

useful article fW.light ..... .-,. G. A. Worley.. 'I' FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER. :
;. ... ,.In tin granite and wooden ..... Fifth DistrictI 20 Pieces percales and finyhams, iroitb12cs
A vise HIM of door and porch ....... < For Representative i I*> ; announce my candidacy foe A fine new line of ladies' oxfords and and 15c for .4,.... ... ..... ... ...:.....8"c ',
'. Lamp, Conch hata,'etc. A flnoaoiortmint I hereby announc,my,. candidacy ;
,: rugs of toilet articles, notion foe the position of KeprcaentaiW reaomination to the omce Of Comty bats ,of every description, new stock.' 20 pieces percale and ginghams worth lOc

for ladies and gentlemsnt Outfitters rom Dade County. To you I submit Commissioner subject to the action. Should not be oh a bargain f I QA and 12cfor. .......... ....... ,........6)e .'
ta small war**, for light, hewekeepingN&1017 the oaestlon of iny yi M fixation*. of the Democratic primary and ao- counter at all. 2.50 and $3 at.W
to represent 'ou'hi that capacity.' U licit the support of my Democratic A Urge lot of odd an
Alums D, Miami, Fla nomlaated at the Democratic primary friends madras, ducks and fancies, worth from lOc ,
: and elected at the general election: E. G. Tweeds! to 40c. during sale 6)c.' 8tf;lOc, 12"0, 30c
3.5o 4.oo and five dollar men's shoes in ,
shall devote my best,efforts to yodrtrric i t. 41i
the welfare and buD FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER ; all stock. From 20 piece cotton voile in solid colors, worth:
"Wire aDd up- every description new from 15 to 20c for...,in:.,; ......raOc ;t
Me t
for of Dade shall receive
lag county my District! No. ITo the best manufacturers In ? I' I. '
earnest consideration.. HKetpectfuHy. $ '90 India linen worth: f '
the Voters of Dade County: : rom lOc to 15c,
world. .. .... ... .. I
R I hereby announce myself as'a candidate the ; -:- for................... ;:":8c. lOe and 12c50pie ;
J..W, ,:,Watson,, fc..: for renomlnation.to. the offlce I ,I .J .
." and I'll Wire For ,You"Phone of County Commissioner In DistrictNo. Stetson shoes while! the last i
Clerx the g ,
For of Clrcurt Court E. subject to the action of the I $440, ';i ,
To the Democrs< Voters of DadeCouatyr at
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Democratic primary election to b* I {
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LI *$ -1I.rJJ' held May 15th. 1XM.; .4
I hereby present :name
fOWl. In the coining,Democratic p* T. A. Wlnfleld. All boys', girls and children's shoes at one line of baby; sllkand lawn dpi to. J

C. H. BROWNtLeCTRICAL mary ,as'eandtlat to !clerk;ot.tl> 20% discount. A chance to save money. 1 be closed out regardlesafof cost
_-_ t' ,..T" r'\ .... ..." circuit court for Dade county. t!:; FOR COMMISSIONER : '.t f fThose
CONTRACTOR .Hariag resided Aero for twaatr-flt ] District NO. ITo ,_ t. I "',
worth tic for.... ..
years I larlt Inquiry and lareetlga. the Democratic Voters of Dade Infants, s oft'soles at. .. -45c, """""?"".15c :
.) '1113An.. C i don of those .ho.to not know me personally County: -- Those worth 40c IonTboae ..: t.:;..........;..:.;2Sc. s
50cfor.ur 35c.
u to my reputation u a dt1.blza.mTrWor.t ; J take this method o' announcingmy t.tt.e. '.'
d L. Tboa worth 75c for .. .... ..40c .
aTan'offldat la'yeaf*. Lad1 S'white Oxford Ties at ,51.00.
for.the omce
candidacy county :
Those worth L25for. .
and fitness anV' competency '' ''':: n I.
put my commissioner from District No. J, sub utd'$1.95 ; '- :' '' -..
or-th*.offlc* ,to which I ajplrtl S 1.20. $ brDm" f II
tr lest| to the action of tb* Democratic ,. nil pal to : barpu&'C _1
r 'BISCAYNE 7 '1.'U.cte4 I promise fair and court/ primary.. On account-of being engaged oj- '" .. -' d
'. ooa treatment to avery.citizen at the In vegetable growing ft will be impossible
; .on J t1. hands of every person connected. with, for me'to make personal 3I6-3I8''

DRUG ,the offlce. K ,canvass of the county IDJ' 'crop de W.sut"dine; TwelftlLSt
,Soliciting the support of every Yotar minding my. attention lust .at this ft'T f *
who considers me competent and cap: I time. This being the case I earnestly ? % >- j

k. COMPANY able,'I am respectfully rr-T.rfJ: m urge an my friends 'to do what they .
-:::;. V, s I ; Eogene H. Dtmlcav % 'can In my behalf. R. L. wan.
'r > 'r';. l rn Tenth District of Dada county; aob-
r Court m FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER ject to the Democratic,primary and Malrk's: House
Clerk of the Circuit OJ'steranc/.Fhop :
t tit' of all friends.Respectfully .
ti1 6th District ask support my
Believing that my services for .
Chief Deputy the Mr. Kirk Munroeof Cocoanut Grove I '
aye'Jean as Sea
put Food Our
W. J. WUsomFOR
ti fflce of the Clerk of the Circuit Court having been unanimously nominated! SpecialtyOjatera '.
for the position. I bet> for county commissioner by a mass
i MedicineIn ,qualifies me CONSTABLE bj plate, quart gallon. '
'with respectfully announce my and! meeting of citizens, we hereby announce "
I'dacy" for Clerk of the Circuit 'Cou f, .his candidacy subject to tAt I take this Tenth method DistrictI of announcing Meals served at all hours. 410112th Street Miami.. Florida 'J
action ? Democratic Mr.
to the approval' o. the Detdd o primary.
f medicine be carefulin subject candidate for the once of
,. Munroe: has been a resident of. Dade myself a
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t; I cratlc iirtmtry. constable for the Tenth district subject -
. .what you buy ,and 8. O.-nu.1: county for more than twenty years, of the Democratic The
I t" during which time he has shown an | to the action Continental =
Jj zeal In the of Primary election to be held May
where you buy it.: U tls. \ For County Clerk unflagging roads and has steadfastly cause promoted good 15th 1906. ,

i. 'not only Important! that ,To I the.takethis"Democrats method.of Dade announcing County: r',every worthy Interest of our great SAMUEL ROUNDTREE. Atlantic Beach Florida '

county. Therefore we ask for him
get, the best values candidacy for the office of County ;; FOR CONSTABLETenth
you mr -
I i
the hearty support of all good citizens I "
:; ,. but 'also that Clerk subject to the action,of the '', at the coming primary. District 'I. Mr.IL'E. BEMIS ? r Manager .
will appre- .
I. Democratic primary and ', I hereby announce myself as a candidate I "
\ W. J. Shone
: get goods that give you elate any;'support' that my friendscan I (Signed.) B. S. Potter. for the once of constable of I Opened March Jl9.DQ .
Rive ,me., Respectfully f I Geo. Richardson the. Tenth Justice District o' Dade
satisfactory results;_we Z. T. Merrlti j I county, subject to the will of the Democratic '
have reputation for. I!i I Committee. ,voters at the comIng primary Through parlor car, Palm Beach to. ./ tlantic Beach train ,Tiilonyille i

furnishing satisfactory I With full For appreciation CountyClerk of the faithful high m.'!i FOR COUNTY Second COMMISSIONER District I election FOR MEMBER: COUNTY\V. H. Morris. On Atlantic Ocean,: 0 miles from Jack via F.E.C.: : Ry-:
asked for"and promising i\
and Reliable Goods. honors 'iTo the Voters of Dade County: BOARD OF EDUCATIONTo i
of duties If elected I
performance I hereby announce myself as a canI

have the honor to announce mysetVacandidate 1 I dldate for nomination to the once ofj the People of Dade County: Continental is the latest addition the famousFlora '
for the offlce of Clerk of.the .to
; j commissioner In District No. 1,
j county for of name
Urgent request use my '
Circuit Court of Dade County and-ask East Coast''Hotel
subject to the action of the Democratic at the coming Democratic Primary System
for your vote In the primary of hay Primary Election to be held May candidate for membership in the
I fiNE CANDIES I 15th. J. F. Jaudon. 15th 1906. Geo. B. Baker. as county board of public Instruction' Bicycle chairs ponies for the children, golf links tennis :

r AND CIGARS.. Clerk. i finds me not well equipped either as court! bowling alle)-s, billiards and p|)pI,. ball room for dancservice '
For County
FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER partisan or as office-seeker. But it Is
.. take this method of announcing District No. 4 true that I have had some experience fag, automobiles, livery, surf bathing, fishing, deep. : aI
myself as a candidate for the offlce The friends of A. Lee Allen desire I as an educator; and If, as such the and fresh water I
of Clerk of Court for Dade County to place his name before the voter i. people want my service in the modest I j jIntestigdte
subject to the action of the Demoetltieprimary. ot Dade County for the once of County but important office indicated I known I
.' 'T I.3, Cor.. l 12,St. Ave. D F. W. Hahn,|' Commissioner subject to the action I no .sufficient reason tor refusingthis 41t)

I of the Democratic primary election,, service. I do not feel the lure Before Investing
For County Treasurer -fit to be held May 15. 1906- of once and I can not contend for
To the Voters of Dade County': M I .
office; but I stand ready to respondto "
' Having' been Identified! with Dad* FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER reasonable request to serve., I 'rft
I any
W Now
&are Ready to I IWind.
since 1895 having don 1he I PoiVer .
county ; District No.4The The rest is up to t .1 i
very best I knew how as an Indttidnal -\ friends of J.,J. Holly announce you.w.. w. Fans.

,Tribune Snell citizen to make It a prospers him as a candidate for County Com :Miami Fla.. April 11. been adopter by .the best peopl of the, country as the
county; having lived at both }|'&J and other of the county and having filled a the action of the Democratic Primary. i THOS. JEFFERSON'S BIRTHDAYNew era, they could steam. gas and lot air too'best if they want- .''
'_ public' once so that the people it ipi..1j I ec it. I handle tl.eHJis mill made and make a specialty ot this .
know whether I do so eonsclenuou.jIy. j I York, April 13One hundred : business and withy my pump median&m that I have just been
makes of Bicycles I now offer jnj-seU as a candidate FOR TAX ASSESSORTo ana sixty-three years ago today Thos.I I anted a patent >n. I will guarantee to double the capacity, '
for the ofCounty Treaiarer the Democratic Voters of Dade 'Jefferson third President of the United vulue and life of a ny wind null outfit. Any infringement will
subject to the''Democratic priiiiry.$ County: i'I States and! founder of the American prosecuted.. ,aC "
I need every vote that I can getlind 1 will be a candidate tor renomination Democracy was born at Snadweil, Al-I J
trust that my friends whether loathe ; at the coming Democratic privacy I bcmarle: Count; Virginia.! Democrats f I.I I. 1
city or country will not forge me i for the office of Tax Assessor and respectfully throughout "he country arc observing '
on the day of the primary In r&turn \H. PERRY Cocoanut Grove Florida
i solicit your support. I the Uy by holding; me<-nfea anj banquets ; \ / :
for which I promise. If electa1k l toj
Geo. O. Butler. la lionui uf the ;si eat :ststes-!
I perform the duties of the offlcefjith; i people: visited
man. Man:) prominent
as much- courtesy accuracy I I FOR CONSTABLE {j the tomb of Jefferson at Monticelio,
,.' promptness aa I give to rry p rUt i Tenth DistrictI \IVa., and decorated It: with f.owers. iSeeIDr.8yrnham
bnslne Geo. G. I hereby announce myself a candidate ;

cUfe. : for nomination to the office of, Remedy In his House
For County Treasurer 'I Constable in the- Tenth Justice District I \Ve would not be wKhout Chamber
The bicycles and other .:- ; subject to the primary electionto lain's Cough Remedy. It Is wept on Miami
To. the Voters of Dade County: _. : The Surgeon and Specialist
goods are the best stan- I hereby announce myself as l candidate I be held ;May.IS, 15C5.J. on han4 continually in our home.Vsays
dard goods on the market for renomlnatlon to the t mc.. M. English \ \\. \\Voarney, editor. of the independent e
of County Treasurer subject toy the I Lowry City :Mo. That Is Just If vo are a sufferer from any Chronic D ease, Ulcers, Tumors, Ca
action of the Democratic Primary: FOR CONSTABLE; i!! what every family should do.a When .
Hartford and other Tires ers or any Blcxw I ILung's Disease Catarrhal iseases of Head. Tl roat.A"
election.to be held Mar 15th. 1906. : Tenth District | kept at hand ready for instant use, a I
Coaster Brakes fitted to old C. H. Rauler n. I hereby announce myself a candidate f cold may be checked at the outset and i i Stom; chor Bowels Drape iajndigest'on, Rectal
Miami Fla. MJ for the office of constable in the cured in much less limn than after It Diseases i iseascsI
wheels. All work guaranteed Tenth Justice District subject to the has become settled in the system. This d.tHO:

Best new wheels for rent For Tax Collector ,m Democratic Primary to be held May I[ remedy is also wIthout a peer for i All Latestilectrical A eopathic: Medicines
1 in children and will prevent theI
To the.Voters-of,Dade County.I ,,;|. 15th 1906. croup ,

231',12th, Street.. Blue Front at hereby for.announce renomlnatlon myself to the'offlce as ;*;:candidate Pierre S. Titus. I I attack becomes when hoarse given.or r.s soon even as after the child the, and a .large stock >f Specially prepare remedies for Special work;

of County Tai Collector, subject to FOR CONSTABLETenth ]cronpy cough appears which can only
LadUpstairs Maid Attendance
i ii
the action of the Democratic Primary District i ibe done when the remedy is kept at Always

CarrollClark to be heLl May 15.,im. Id:\: I hereby announce myself as a can (hand. For sale by all druggists and J in Metropolis BuildingFrom'. :i. m. to 4 m.Sun excepted'j'i ies
Drug Co. p.
-Ju 1itte, r. x. GaiUer.. didate for the office of Constable in Biscayne
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I Town Topics. f fCarried IROQUOISGRILL. ;

Out Parties. Open Until ;/Midnight 1 '

ted The parties launches down Whiz the and Bay Hoosier this morn-car- A Fashionable Cafe for Ladies and"Gentlemen

tag to Soldier Key and other points Oyster., Fib, Game and many I delicacies prepared I.'<:

of interest by experie ced cook and!'served bj good walt r.. ,' .:
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The Art Stone Construction Company The: Americas pi; n meals are served by the dish at cheap individual
have just receive another carload : prices to enable 1 those to live in rooms and apartment to :
Sale of Portland Cement If you are live reasonably The Iroquois hotel solicits patronage of all
Redllctlon sine cement It will pay you to get who contemplate a long stay aa well as transient frstotnera. ,
our price. Open all the year. : :- -j- : "J. HULL D v1Deolt.
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.. } pi"",; City Prisoners Escaped. f -
1. '" :: r + C ; f Three of the city prisoners confined : : <
Ever Known: 'in Miaftii: I un.1er'lentence In the city stockade I II
and working on the streets during; the
*" K J. B. Hawkins J 1- .. B. I. La. .
-> / mX njb k daytime, escaped from the guard yesterday .ter J. E.fLummu.1I
,and so far are uncaptured.

Ladies -f trimmed hats to be closed out before Easter Special notice-is given that all water The Miai.i Grocery Co:

''c regardless: .of' ,cost, also the, most liberal Deduction il1j' nst service, wll be not discontinued paid for by without the 16th any Staple'and Fancy Groceries

exception. Jno. N. McGonljle, snptU. 1
Panama Hats ever known : FRUITSand VEGETABLES _.
C. V's to Meet "
Tlge Anderson Camp of United Con. Our stock' of groceries is'complete and we think we in apply ,
I. federate Veterans, of this city, pursuant about everything required in the baking line. Our aim J. to keep +
: to a call from R. C. May commandant only the best dais of groceries :and our prices on them will be
Easter Bargains. will meet at the court house found to be right' Goods delivered promptly to any part of the j

Saturday, April 24, to arrange a program city .Our fruit and vegetable stock always fresh. Girt ns a call
,' t"+ for :Memorial Day exercises on ] ,
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f ,I 'I.in' Every: Department f;hn our Store ,'. m" the 2Gth, ,inst Telephone 2O 335.Twelfth Street Miami'Florida .

k t tArmstrong's .
ntedA partner In nursery bus ,
All'this week H.iJ r iness. No capital required. Have -- I t -, '-
1 "' : Mu' r g i I f; v \ r : plenty of stock to begin with. Prof- I '- I ., )
ie fine shoes at its divided equally. Buds grow much "
If. you"appreciate faster on Largo than on mainland.
i Address for further particulars, A. J.

Low Price Kemp Cut Planter CampaigningHon. FaIs .. S1M Market 1 1r

for men and children J. W. Watson, candidate forState .

Representative from Dade county C r:;:iS :THE 1 PLACE ,:;;
went out yesterday to Interview .
Usr the voters of Dade county on behalfof Why pay enormous ,prices for fresh meats when yon 1
omen i-and'See( his candidacy. From now on_until '
'C ii.h can buy choicest cats of Western and Florida MEATS r1!
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the primary Ur. Watson win conduct tor much less money at [Armstrong's Meat Market ,1I
t t active and he and ,
xP an campaign: .,
friends are confident of victory. Phone 161.' Corner Avenue I D and 11lh" Street 1 }:/
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; Goods ,8tore.l1 ,BROSSIER mean REAL ESTATE. .;' '.' 1._ .Y .l I l lI ,,,,"

i Empire Dry ; ,I Mishap is to reported Martinique.It that.the Martinique, t I i

which sailed from here yesterday afternoon 1
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for Nassau either broke downor la spring tan* the aoasewtf* "
; went aground In the channel below 'I'her spring etoaalnc. the tamer .*.*. ,
Goods delivered. Free.'of chargQWyJl Cape Florida, as parties visiting at /, his spring plaatin&J sad each .

.', ...,,,",,, ...... ..,,. ". t_ Soldier Key report that she became h their best It's so irtti as. W. i asrfw .
.. motionless and remained so up to the a
? time they left the key for.home. : j
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TO- DEFEND' MASTERS OF NOTICE L\ without ; work ,
s STEAMER All the' dry. goodclothing and \soot b* bear.ivTaerr* pl ty !E
Wm. ; eons GEN.SL000MSum Jewelry, stores will on May 1. begin .: ; spring plumbing to be,doac find tIIIib
?( Q- ,- ,, Ralstcl to Conduct Appeal of Cap closing at.6' o'clock p. 'm.. dally except way w. ask for your, ttttasDasa aSif
i "".. .,. 1> ...r'A ||sin Van-&halekf; Saturdays,'until the first of November ; '. our good work high.,fir_
"T HfWr"r! T> ? -*"' > f t 'otkera. I'rI'M
Florida ; : t,;,Miami Merchants! Ass'OyOn d s i r .. J
Key West. J 6 ?'--- I\ wr.'KRU.co. .
:, FOR ,New,''York. Aprfl''lWithin: the f-.r .......... H. ..
HEADQUARTERS : ,, < Last Trip -
J' Jit y last two Months itOOO ass been subscribed !. tl/ AWMII D
tosa! fund for,the;defense ot The steamer Shlnnecock, of the P. I II-
shipchandlery, ,BuildingMaterials Captain Van Schalekmuter of tie O...S...S..Une,"'which: has piled all i'i
,' Slo- season on the,run between here and i
: ill-fated steamer Gen.'
Of .All'. ,Kinds. cum. rtli case win come up on appeal -I Key,Woelt..went. out,on,her last trip ;(
,nexllOctober, and ,the pilots, this,morning with quite a number ot Contractors AND Troperty wners.
Railway. Maculae S1r.op..orcn The Shlnnecock will return
:,. Coal ucn, st.allllllai1l1. throughout the United States are dtermlnedjhe passengers.
.t} afternoon and Sundayor
funds tomorrow
shall have ample i iIf
.. 4.b : will leave for the summer.
of ten Monday .
: to:fight L Against the sentence
repairing.. Boiler and'Steam Fitting can ot done' lot ii,' years' imprisonment which has been She will likely be returned here nextseason' yo> don't want ]to SAVE MONEY -
kind. being
AU to take the run now
1"'anorteat notice;in the bestpossible,manner by expert skilled me: &&lc imposed upon him. abandoned. up we help you. I If you -doV; ':cometu .
An appeal for funds was' onto ,- j _
pilots si>f every important if'theVDlted, States by the Grand Miami;Trader Company otters foi
I., Harbor of the Masters'i 'and PIlots' sale 60 road saddle, coach, hea1'7.raft The car't A. McDonald( : CO:
; '.I i Association, and' returns are coming and farm horses. Harness, carriages; ,
In rapidly Capt. Luther B. Dow new' and second handed at bargains I' 't .... "
r Miami Business Directory presidency the local harbor of the i Before shipping horses for the summer '
American::Association of Masters. Mates : ,,we win offer for sale as fine a and bay your building material Loug Lean
and PlloV. of steam vessels, is the line of horses U'ever came to tat
treasurer>;:Mthe fund. State ot Florida at reasonable pri !
within the city will find In the Like miD others the pilots believe ces. Apply at stable or write to J. U. Yellow Pine and [Cjpress of all tudi; ,
Bu.r. and those
The Out of Town General Manager, KJamL.l"IL
addrMSM of Miami Merchants und.r that Cap$ van Schalck; was made a Hanley -
list below classified the heads for realty.rf rence. scapegoat::and that the persons really Easter ..", Ice.. We also sell Lime! Brick ((4 kinds). Cement,! Sash Doc rs'
s responsible for the Slocnm dIlUter
were shielded when 'sentence was imposed On nest Sunday there will be Easter Mouldings, and whatever else a builder requires "

E. L.,BRADY A CO. UROINE A QUARTERMAtt I nylon Capt. Van Schalck., Day services for St John's mission at lowest possible figure.. I IJ
,Dealer la Dry Goods.Notfow; I+a- in the school house at Danta at I 8 J J .
Iteak hafts &ocegstsbl.s, sad LaJles J'an'4hoP.: '1! lot Babies o'clock In the evening. Rev. G. Bernard You Know where we are : 14th Street Miami. Florida
A Favorite Remedy .
Clark will omclate and preach.All ,
Uta Street..Cor. Are Dt, HlamL ITa.raaer ''* (XHO',llth 8L: ;llnate4 rJ; are invited to attend. At 10 o'clocS I 1 _

Orooera Bay. Grsla .. a SCREVEN It, pleasant taste and prompt caret in the morning of the same day Mr.
have mate Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Clark will conduct Easter services It ,.
sad= Maper, YwtiliaaJ. :- Dealer la Draft Pstent KeOetaet. -: a fjtvorlte with, the mothers of; St.. Andrews Episcopal church at Lit I : t'

',Toflet'ArUdea:. J,_SUtioa.; .small children.\ It quickly cures their tie River. Special music will be ten -"
.. LUMMUS 1M7 .I.....'0. _IHaial. r 't I coughs And colds and prevents any dered. All in Lemon City and Bneai
Fort Land
ta Groceries.. Grata. danger tt;!pneumonia of other serionconsequences. Vista are invited to attend. Dallas Company
Dealer HUDOLESTON :1 l .
.BECK.. WILSON A : It. not only cure
Bay ;'sad_ ; rerUUssmW _u ,' Real Estate 'aad Insarsaes ::1:,I croup but when given u soot Benner Sail Lint I .
"' as the croupy cough appears will prevent '
Utk Strt*. Mlamt nL' Salt !, 4'faadS < Schooner Phillip M. Brooks will boat
thefettack. For sale by til drug
UP'1-1 T1fIm'atnet :maai.ru: flits and'BUcayne Drui: Co. ;:, April 17 and sad April 24 from New i j

THE..,MAGNOLIA GROCERY CO.. York tI;Miami direct with cargo ol :
*.,J. CAMPBELL, general merchandise. 'Space on this Has on its Lists
Dealers la Groeert,, Bar an. Dealer In Dry,' Goods, Cloth-*' vessel 'can be secured by notifying
GraIL Gentsrnrnlshmca.'-*-f| t N.A.Benner & Co., 77 Water street, I

Cor.. Are.: D lad St.. UamL ITa.. IU.Aveaae I>..,.. *;.. .:.-.. Klsml. Tla at New Miami.York N.or A.Ceo.Benner F. Co& Co lt. ,agent general i "

.1 .m agents. some: particularly) attractive sites (or'

'' : :DYKES ITh .:
The Record Barracouta both residence and business pur- .
h "' The record- Barracouta of the year I
334 Tenth Street 4. -,4. was landed yesterday by Messrs. An investment in Miami real
r Cushny and Messenger from the poses.
An kinds Blacksfmthing and Repair frl launch yacht Seminole. The monster is safe of .
estate ; sure quick returns
'1 o. }4a weighed an even forty pounds, the .
Work. Wagons Built to OrderHORSESHOEING previous large fish ot the kind landed I '

A ;Spcciattyj: this season weighing 31 1-2 pounds, 1
and the largest one ever' brought; into
this port weighed 41 pounds. This
was four years ago. Besides the big JOHN B. I EILLV. i J. E. INGM HAM, w

grouper yesterday the gentlemen also
Mone TO LoanOn .- caught a number, 0: others, exceptionally Agent ;Fort i Dallas, Land ''I Vlce-PresidentFortDallas

; large in Mize.SPECIAL. i ,.
Company, Miami Florida. ,! Land4Co., St. Augustine. '

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Veil Two on I I'W. ;
tithe selling of'meats Avenue D for sale at a bargain. J.
Shnrt Time
-other things. ,Ira the quallti'of' our or Long ,. H. Tatum & Co. .
d meats that wins,new friends and par W. ) Brown
f trolls very drBy the way;Lave yon Easy Payments Preparing for Inspection. .
'ever trte4'uI"onan or.ter'for't'OUt' 1I The Miami Rifles pre now holding r
t two drills weekly-Monday and Tburs-
,:, beet' We offer the best Florida and I .lay nights-preparing for the annual
Vestern beet to be'bad.' Inspection bj'Adjutant General Foster f % -
J ** Dade (Go. Security Co.A : njJh U over and while yea han and a regular: army officer, which

fU will be held ; the afternoon of the 4 an
Doane Prop tary
fBe ; the tlmt drop In and take a.loek at
:t>th. Captain JauJon expects to muster -
n_ ,Scientific Wonder jlne between forty and fifty men sin! .
our fln*- of "Woolen Don't few- r-.w
The cores that stand to its .credit Intends that the company shall pass! I .r Plumber
':: ,Burkhart make Bucklen's Arnica Salve a scientific set .thefplace.] one of the most perfect inspections c.
Ii 1$;" wonder. It cured E. R. MoUord. fe- of any company In the Florida Stat
':''LOCK'"AND'' GUNSMITH lecturer for the Patrons of Husbandry.5Vaynesoro Troops. The members of the company
: JOHN SEWELL A, BROHeadlggart.m
,:. Pa; of a distressing case have entered in the work 01
r Expert' *Repairing" 'l. of piles. ulcers catsT vonndschinlainand tor smart TaCoriag preparation with ,a will and If. th<

I salt rheum. Only. 25c. at all c1ruI. company don't make a creditable showIng 1019 Avc. D, MioraJ4 ,
.,f',' venue C between' 2th and 13th St. ... 1.U S36 Twelfth' street. Blscayae. Btoel t it will not be their fault
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I';.r 't .....,..".,."'....,-.. ; ,':' {:. -.. ., ,,JAMES. ....F... .AUDONm ":- "" .' Iti.L',','' what abeaatifnl: and ,camplete1fi!;: we \ be ::801dth18', : sale: at:,25 per Dt.ca'nY' .-
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1.I1.'tt'1' _,; Ht': m c. ,. .hl.:;'-: fitting, pretty waists, line| J's1drts tucked
"r."iV'. ',.:, ,." ....> "1.<..::,," r ; ''';-:' ;. ...,. .',,'. .:.:.{:,,.', '" ,.1.i'.{""'.;.."... in price from._ .._._...$1.50. to,$ 0.00 .an de ,p ; full, all sizes
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>';'.'1'. *:wo.: ". ; '."'J.:,i.'"} ',.:' ;: :: per : .-; :. i i_dark' colors to'ga! at :HALF PRICE.;
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Any hat in our stbcK at 10 per een discount ,All!
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."" .. prices, from '$1.50 i ;- to $25.. j. Our- hats.., are all' new, thi.

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E- ,\t.i T rgpECIAL; SALE i Gloves_ qoU rs- 'elts.

.. I ICs ser double tipped silk F'pe: Lace Collars and 500 belts to be sacrificed at'
\ I this sale- The,line
I ors, white black, At a Big Reduction. -
; navy grey
duck linen, silk,,kid, silver'
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pongee Embroidery turnovers, -
I and tan. Best known gluve hand made turnovers at and ,g, l ld. We, can ,.matcifany .

on the market. : 2,5 percent off. i; co fume with pinkblue,:

( NOWONAc I $1.50 gloves for $1.10 Big lit of neckwear! to navy, [!green. grey black or:

$1.00 gloves for 78c be scld at half price. Get white. Belts range from
; ): 20c $6.00 and ail sold
75c gloves for 550 yonrlsupph.n w for your to
40c gloves for 28c summer vacation: at a discount of 25'per cent

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All lour fine alligator hand We will have on display Infants Fine Wear
bags and purses and all leathat big reductions, [ihandker- L
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er goods to be closed at big hosiery, ribbons and
'Johp.Sewell Bro Consisting of long and short
& reductions. chief ols which we had left .
fromJthe! winter season; are dress, skirts, belts; caps,
': sacque"s, and for
values everything a
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'.:' closed at half baby at 25 per cent discount;
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of embroiderIes, sells. you no' more
Biff lot Elite All our wool dress goods

., at from,..71-zc.to,121-2c. :...... .....X with trimmings to) match atOne I
Shoes Clothing HIts andmen's : lot of embroideries. 25 l per cent discount I
,, "L. from 15c to 20c Beautiful<< line white goods Under Muslins
One lot of>> insertion and edge, 19c just the thing for the Easter I .
Furnishing joods. :; 25cto35c value suitt 25 per cent discount Our entire line of ladies un
< :: All other fine embroideries Bfe. lot of silks, plain and derwear to close in order to
} both white and colors to be on at a big reduction make oom I for new lots.. ThiSsale
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Remember only one week. Out-of-town-M. orders Solicited
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; \ Isthmus of Panama has been so encouraging ray house. Mr. Ditto Is well liked by --c- --II
SECREURY\KOOT I I that it is proposed to endeavor NOTES FROM c>er>'one here and hU friends are very :
to.secure the promises of the glad to see him K much improved in d
other republics to be represented at health and hope for his ultimate re
the conference to adopt similar meas- DELRAV covery.
PLANS A\ TRIP ures for the prevention o' yellow fever The pineapple crop will start moving
and other tropical diseases General In about a month and when it starts I
\ Wjman has been requested to preparea moving, it U feared crate material will
memorandum for the guidance of the I be l scarce. This crop will be Delrajr'a
i \ American delegates to the conference. banner crop. ,
FIRST CAR OF TOMATOES OF THE The county steam roller Is being
operated -
ELLEN TERRY JUBILEE on the road known as the can- We offer raw choke properties fo the Mil 10 Jags
OFFICIAL WILL BE TAKEN BY ;SEASQfJI ning factory road which connects the .
\ Fifty Years Since Her First Appearance WlLLvfiE; BANNER CROP LITERARY county road with Swinton avenue. l f 9 follows: J 1
CRUISER CHARLESTON AROUND Several car of rock are needed hereto I
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on the Stage MEETING make the* roads more serviceable for lot 50x150 ori paved street i In fine part of city eac ......,,7S.00

THE WORLDWashington. \ >radon April 13It will be CO this season's hauling. It Is hoped 1 lot on 10th street, near Ave. Cj,. a big bargain at I.. .$1500! ;-"

)'e.irS TVrry ago on made April her 23.:first since appearanceon Miss Ellen lelETV this for we work believe is not a neglected stitch in Ume.etc too long, 3 lots on Fifth street, each..... ....... ... ...,....i' ......$45000terms. ,

t.. the stage at the Princess' under should be the policy of the comma House and lot on Third street. 6//rooms fine place, cat $1800
Delray"-tprii; 12- Mr. Bogue, repre- Rloners.AV. .
f April 13 Secretary Charles Mvean's management Too One-half lot on Twelfth Street, for ........... ..... ... ,...2500 f
Au J. Green, vice-councilor
'lcbrate\he occasion Mr. Beerbohm "enbth' the firm of Chase ft: Co. of the I )
-_ Root baa now definitely.declJed to accept < Elegant home 8th street.... .... .. ...
Tree hasp vailed upon Messrs] Ved- has len is place for Deerfield. with "Brotherhood of Man" spent Sunday r ? ... .... ... ? 94000
': the invitations given to him Djr in town with his family. The abor
to close the Courton :
renne and Qf men to begin packing them
a crew j
the is .
i: the diplomatic representatives of a new fraternal insurance societycomposed
that Miss Terry
the %;tb. So may
.... South American countries to extend play Mistress Vage in "The Merry MesarP AVV... Blackmer and Thos.: of citizens of Florida and Riverside Iota are selling rapid! but we have a few choice ones
r his projected<< trip to Rio Janeiro SO ass \VI\c8 of Wnddor." to be revived Mcltae t\.c been called to Jackson- chartered In the State with headquarters left at the ollowing prices: t
to t'lrenmnavigate South America and during the Shake are festival week vibe: 10 Consult with the new manager In \\Vst Palm Beach. It bids fair .

:lo visit Buenos Ayres.Slontevldeh.San- demonstration and,\a congratulatory of the tinning factory to plans and to become one of the leading orders Corner Iota Twelfth .... 'j
tlago de Chili and Lima. The Secretar actress will be rcad.X as of Its kind in the United States In a : on Street .... .... ?.. ..... .$1250 j
; )' would also like to visit the capitals Meanwhile a projl'Ct\bas set on foot details jj 2( management for the coming few years. Instead of putting Its Inside Iota on Twelfth Street d.. ... ... .... .. ......$1000

; ef Columbia and Ecuador difficulty, but In lo present the popula actress wren MuIr season.JK Sumners are shipping_ cab money members in to banks.improve It loans their its homes funds and to Inside lots on other streets...... ...... ... ... ... .. ......t750. l
: press of time and the tangible token of th \ regard Iu
reachingBogota and La Paz from theseaports which she Is held by pi4\goers the bage carloads\; at the rate of about the money tt payable to the Company r Corner lots on other streets... ... .. .... ....:... ......$1000
mill prevent bia doing so. world o\er. This has taken the lorm three a week. In small amounts instead of paring j
': Secretary Root will be accompaniedby of ShilHng SubnoriptlonMr.. Cbas4 rt Co. will load their first car rent. They also have a paid-up policy
Mrs. and Miss Root and a few personal : Franklin Thornasson In the chairman of totuirtiies} tomorrow being the first which Is worthy of consideration. Remember thai water, sewer I ghts. paving and street railway will a
i servants. lie expects to come of the executive committee Vhlch to lf&\4;!Jhts place this season. This Insurance Is written from $500 to IIbe, down there In the nee* sixty dale.M' ,
tti the .west coast of South America ,niprlges! iTipny gentlemen proml. firm w1lt'move the bulk of the tomato (::.000, for ages ranging from 16 to 60jears. I. .\a,
t: to Panama and. crossing the isthmus nent In dramatic literary ,and other crop thf1season.,
to take one of the Panama Railroad circles. One of..the most successful meetingsof r
;, steamers from Colon to New York the IJterary Society of the )(. S.hurchpworth A TREASURY WINDFALL
The trip win begin early In July the STOVES FOR THE ARMY : League was held at Tatum' !
Charleston starting from New York or I lV horn* o' Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Kil- British Share of Chinese IndemnityWill J. > t & Co.

f 1 Newport 1. News, and will end abut October _- Will Be Bought ance Hereafter Officers by Subsist- of h ThiEsubJect hit preenlE'af was Wblttler."Life and" Miss Works S. B-. Snug Sum .

;C.. It Is pointed OIK that the trip of It. \ |'rams. the principal of the Del- I 1 j. '
London April 13Mr. McCrae. U. !
'!:. Secretary Root Involves no diversion Washington D. C, April 13A rad- ray sfliDol.. real aft I original essay P.. has just obtained particulars from
a of the' big cruiser from her naval ical change has been made by Secre- \ll"hch: was of the highest;: literary order the Chancellor of the Exchequer of a .
:._ work as she was originally under orders tar>' Taft In his approval of the rec- aniT:bas:, thoroughly enjoyed. Mrs. windfall amounting to over $1.500.000pt -- -- .
I to proceed from" the Atlantic to ommendations of the general staff that Durn IJ! o\read a very entertaining >r to the
annum Treasury. Mr. '
the Pacific It Is the of the Itaiwr ou II wathL .
join squadron. the .commissary general army
intention of'ttie Secretary to spend fc hereafter purchase. bake ovens field The jehoir( of the M. E. Church Is share of announces the Chinese war the Indemnity British ] ,J. Yarborough
week, or ten days In Rio Janeiro and ranges Bel.i read ovens camp kettles |irncii.4jjR J special music for Easter. amounts to fl.C8500
annum until
his visit to the other capitals will be and mess pans which have teen This rholr Is considered the best on 1910. and after.that year the annual '
limited .to two or three days In each for rare bought under contract by. the cot and a musical treat Is In payments will gradually Increase. Contractor 'Builder
case ,_ the quartermaster general. 1 store fbf those;whh. will be fortunate British
:, .nought Sl'cretarr.Root has conferred with The latter official proposed the i j la 'jhe first instance to the discharge i
Surgeon-General ""1man.o' the Public trafivfr o' authority but the commissary and evening. of private claims. Since these Builder of the Palm Beach dotel

Health and Marine Hospital Service general pointed! out to the A Burprlse party wa given to Rer. claims to
amounting $3,500,000
the Rio Janeiro subsistence department L. Os@yj] by his friends and member
concerning conference Secretary that the -
disposed of. the receipts have been
f A subject of the Bret order of Importance 'should purchase the articles of his t'hurch. The party consistedof equaly divided between the government Howe Moving a SpecialtyMiami ;
1 to come before that conferenceis which are used In the preparation of "Oil.:Jiolks" only and everyone enjoyed .
and the
the conclusions-of the Congress on food just as It now buys subsistence Rhe occasion, which Vas held railway administration Florida .
; In China. i
The sum of (1.18,680ll : .
; Sanitation held In this city last year. stores. There has been owe or less 11 I'at the| arsonage. \ 'the government's share of thercceipta l
;,- The State Department favors'the extension delay In acquiring these ranges and: All work at the canning factory was to the date, .
of the work la this line, beyond utensils and Secretary Taft decided I cloredMown K last Saturday awaiting In up the Paymaster present General's remains .- '. .
the Bank
at of
England pending "
provide for International sanitation of administration to have the old n.ailigement. \ & RobinsonCntractlng'E1eti'cians
; direction: by Parliament as to its Meyers
port of this hemisphere subsistence l officers buy the ranges K. tip Ditto, formerly station agenat \ I disposal. ,_____ _
i .' The result of the work of the American and ovens which they use In garrison tw4i"Iace,: la now with Sligh ft: Co.. .
.D n.II.Jn ,Coba_and,jon, ttte and io-tbe-fieUU ___ *" as-magager anq"/myer'tor"tketr'Delt CANADIAN FESTIVAL !'
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.i Will\B Held in London at the End Ave.
1n i of June 1019 D Miami FJoridaLofton } _

LondoD' \Aprlll3-A Canadian Festival < : I i
Dallas : will beheld at Queen's Hall at
fort N a r JJk the end of tune, and will be'dlrectea

: by Dr.' Charts Harris, who was born & EinigMachiine
< In London in \62, but slnce883 has
i resided In the D mlnloa.
One of the woes to be performed I I
6774; will be his setting of Josephine Pres-
ton Peabody'a choYfc Idyll. "Pan."' ,Shop, :
.. which war composed\ or the fareweU I
I .-- State concert given at\Ottawa to the Across The Rive
Governor General and\the Countess (
of Minto, prior to their leaving Can- "

United Stales Depository.: ::::: Depository State of Florida ada In to,ctober.the Countess.1904. and Tfte Nt b composition dedicated Will repair' your ngine on, short notice. '

t. II written for soprano, tenor Expert Gas Engine M n.'e
:aL .
and soloists chorus and (orchestra .
and occupies 45 minutes I \per- dynamos coils batteries '
"a -' plugs wire
., formance. ,
fr .. of condition 1906 r ) Dr. ]Earls who Is a son of a fo r switches ---I.
6th. screws
Report on' April as reported to organist of SL Mark's Wrexbam J. .- ?
won some' distinction I n Canada: :
the of the
,_ Comptroller Currency-Condensed through his opera Torqull. his cantata

s. Resources i "Daniel ber of miscellaneous merit Before the King"works and of considerable a num-\ofton & EinigYoungs' :

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". Loans and . . ... .. .! BuildinoOnc Washington's Hcadquar- i!
:, -discounts. . -. .-.... .... 422070.60 tan Sold for Mortgage Pharmacy :
m'r' ,
Overdrafts, secured----------------------i..... . 18,747.7s -
: .i. : Pasalc. N. J.. April 13- The Dey \-J INCORPORATED. I
U. H. Bonds, and premium .. .. ......;... . i 71,000.00 house, once Washington's headquar ; :

{,t, Other, .stocks and BO ; 1 41,000.00 ten. has at been Preakness sold under or Bloomburg mortgage Manor foreclosure -- A Drag Store. for The People
by Sheriff Charles Bergen of
t-: Banking HOIISP .... dS.-f..I': : : I 50,000.00 Paslac County. Albert French vice- '
: president of the American Chemical our motto and it has been the adding huo.

Due, from banks and .....: .H.1 74,657.92 Company of New York purchased the dreds of new customers to jour list. We sell 1 only the pur-

Cash in vault. ..:... .. .1.-: . ....:..:...: .. { 47,758.83: bouse clalr. for Mr.5600.French's He'lives mother In was Mont-a est drugs. All prescriptions are filled by registered pharma.
'. great-great-granddaughter of CoL Garret cists. We also carry the finest sodas and ice cream in the city

: ', 11725,235.13 fey who built the house. He intends -
._ .' : to make a summer home of n. 2 Doors North of Postofficd
.' '11i. Its previous owner William 1
i.. : ,., ,- ,;,:,:, 1' Liabilities :{, Belcher the missing mayor of Pater- !. E. YouAgs, Pres .
son. The house was built In 1740 and ..
: ':: ( : Is still In a remarkably good condition -.-'- ,-- t- "j

'.':' Capital.;:..". ...-....n.. ... ..-.....-........"....'..';...... ffllOO.OOO.OO General house July Washington 1 to 29, and occupied October 8 the to

SurpIu und undivided profits ..:.......:.-/.1 6,766.67 November 27. 180 making his official .
home where be had previously been a Chase & Go & Harney a

National Bank Notes. . .... .... .. ... :., ..Iar:, {..... .. 52,000.00 guestIN
; DEPOSITS. . :. . ;. ....,:::::.'*'":T:lean.? . .S66.468.46 MEMORY OF THE

: ',>I. 11725,235.13 the New anniversary York. April of the 13Today signing of being the CHASE BARNEY, Inc.: Fire. I. 1

Edict of Nantee. Omerlcan Huguenot FRUIT AND l
k-. E Society will bold its annual ban- AccidentTorna'do
quet at Delmonico's In commemoration .}

"The Foil Dallas National Bank offers- all customersjold and new-every of about that three ewnt hundred The members society here and has be- ; 1

favor consistent with sound banking ideas and every act modatlon in keeping sides there will\ be a number of members Cash Dealers In > }

..: with their balances and financial standing. of branch societies from other : !
f' I parts of the country at the banquet Crate. Insurance' I I

A Lively Tussle I
with that old enemy of the race Cost- Material -
J rll'm'- 6001 Pupation often ends In appendicitis. FIDELITY BONDS 1 1Ka
To avoid all serious trouble with stomach -
Wm. M. President R Gom Cashier
ph. liver and Bowels take Dr. King's. fitting and Vtrehoos. '
.- New Life Pills. They perfectly regnfelr tad ILoi Rlnr Dock. OLDEST AGENCY IN
;oj:; L.. '. f<1ji. -' .... these organs, without pain or MIAMI

t- discomfort 26e at an clntg2ata.'iN ,

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necessity for protection from cold, sad
1 QUESTIONS '; is thus a sating of.about SIM
:acre 'which is the cost: of shedding
, ther north. There are ten to twelve \
_d"'plants to tae acre) Lad'c. lJink! of Bay Biscayne I
.. iformation of fruit brings in the neighborhood of .
Concerning Miami ; 60 cents a dozes for Bed Spanish
<'+::25 cents a piece for Porto Ricos
Portion of i i percentage of plants fruiting do>
;ids upon the care and judgment erin ORGANIZED 1896 I

i.ed their culture some growersVlng
succeeded la securing fruit _.. I

.*jo Metropolis man? InqnirlM by prospect are ...Jrecte. settlers,te' plena 80 per! cent. of the plants In their I',(Capital $27.:300. Surplus 350000.) i! Deposits over $200,000.00 I .

,* bomseeeken ooaee nt('. coadltinM uda may be purchased from f 5 or
gWlat 1m das. 'povt .cI fa* ebuatrr.tbe .' : lift[.an acre up depending on proxlm- i : IStatement

+' art burden at earns:ondnee eu- 1t1 jo roads and shipping point Good
Nled thereby baa becotrie ao .....,.1 .Id a on rock road within f> miles of ,h,"
net we bare_attempted fa tbe follow ; .I I Miami may be had for $50 an acre aiaaoiieUme at the close of business, February
rotor.1 less than that sum for land
aummsrli inch'
ng amiss article u U to most Important) aid to Immediately,. on a road. The same 23, 1906, as reported to the State Comptroller

; viewer the questions mast frequestljitod quality of 'land .farther away from
: It to hoped by tils mean tbatwunpla trlitBportailon facilities can, of course, .
G copy of the raper. ef wkldi be!jporcbaied for leas The ...0111 .. I'

auo1reli8 are Bent 90*., win. .Ii mod : prptbbluE; In appearance to those ao \ '
eaaen. serVe the purpose Intended bet- cusiomed to the deep rich soils ofoljker Resources j
: States, being rocky and sand .
ur Baa a personal letter. Spectfle Itt I
t. formatlou may be obtained by writing yet-resulli can be obtained from it Loans and discounts . .1. . . 00 159851. 3
r to say'd the real Mtau or other firms faun vcess of the returns realisedfrdm Real Estate owned. . .I.. . . . 17531.!I. \' .!
the fertile sections of .
thecojj&try. .1.
hoM! tdTertUemenU appear la thIn more Furniture and fixtures. . . 00. : ., 3.115.25
paper; and the best way to become' thjj ret Fertiliser than must be used the but"ex Current expenses . ... . ...] . 1261.$3 .
Ullar with local conditions procr... ) urns more Justify I
industries and current bappeuluca. pelU1tar.1DYolYe.I. i Cash .
van contemplating remormc to ttta pcopie r- of energy and Industry, are Account

'section, U through reading the Dally heartily'welcomed, and the country U. S. Bonds . . .1. . . .$ !2,200.00
or the i weekly Metropolis' the former development, le being practically Just be- Due from Banks. . . . 58,379.50
gudktliere room for all to reap the
4"dteJi.1II' be sent to any address benefits which; must as the Cash In Vault . . . 00. 39.94229
st the rate of 1100 a $L2S for ensue re-
year .u lot .development.. Capital dads : TotalavaUable cash. : . . . 100,521.79
three months tie Weekly- a tare "
pace paper--being; mailed. for |UO lad:moat' profitable Investment while \u/) ,'" 282.281.91 I \tti, ttih ,

,..... J lab is in demand... :well. pelt Peopl Liabilities
THB CITT Of JOA1H *| rf moderate means' who come here ,
suit buy a'.mall tract of land, make '
Sprang oat of the .wOlerueaa ameyears set bomej Capital Stock. . . . : . . . 27,300.00
; set out fruit trees, and
.. ago;. the raJlr0e.4l1&yJq.-cUol. wbn E waiting for these' to Into Surplus . ',. . . .j' .. . ; . .. 3500.00 n
f come .1.
thiapotat One one dare April, II whose, UN trade Prior wail to prtodpally this- : bearing, engagr in trucking are.. at- Dividends not called for. . ... ... . . 140.00

way| . . 1.433.Eh
'with the Indiana aad '.' few : without exception succe..fuLAat Earnings accounts..t. : 1 1t
: pwecar tbls succes costs less effort than Bills payable .. . . . 00 . 25,000.00Cashler's
scattered families, eking oat a 1: .
ton llTsllhoad by wrecking and .thejusuufacture.ot : la 'Other parts .of'' the country "whip ,I checks. . . ;I. . .: .[ . 994.lf\

eoonUe starch' were the ,!lmatlc! conditions- render outdoor Bank deposits. . . .j. . . 9,854.33
the only WYldne. of d tllrt.,.. Oa irork; possible every day In the year Certificates of deposit . r . . . .: . 15732.68

July 2S, ISM. Miami was taeorporatedM wltaUie health benefits of such an 1 Individual. deposits. . . ... . . 198326.86
: opefralr life thrown In At the mineumpeople
a city. furnishing perhaps the only "" I
Instance oa record la which a' tall who are enjoying health I ${
: and moderate In their :
success present
/edged city came lato exlateuoewlth- ; -
oat Ant hsring beta a tows ThreeauuJred I aoot'a.bd better stay where they'are. 9'P. The State law requires that a bank shall keep 20 per cent.
should reasons
registered refers are required be weighty to Influence of its in with banks. '
aioy. 11 deposits cash or reserve This bank as
r to entitle any community to be called importance anyone People to make who a have of made such will be seen by the above statement, has over 40 per cent of

tiling a city,a lees ton this At that a meeting number held eoastl-for- ; til area elsewhere are not liketeryjsuccesdul > ... its deposits available In cash:; -No. bank ,In the state makes ;t '

,the purpose of Incorporation! three here. Intelligence and ""lte"howlng. or.Is in a better condition to serve its depositor .
sad one-bait months',rafter the 'Ant Industry( are' as essential to good for ; _
((irate reached.Miami. 344 Votes-were tnnetiiere. ':'! as In any. other,.part of the ,
'east.- 'ftIa'p of thk globi Ji: r :;
.early period has been ausUiaed jlf at to desired to engage lu generaltesting H i',,

throughout"Ue eight yean- of the -dtjlihistory. In the raising of wbat4 com" I. .- _-' .. ... n ... -- --v
|sts. peaches apples grapes or .
POPDZO.TIOH- ftO.afjaml othef::products" of the tempers none : .
has at'present a..w.t.. bust cast his lot 8 hundreds of I a.t
; miles! :io the north and accept the'cold -- . .
.a1ati a of between LAOS aid ......la ;
the wlnier months this populstloa II lilflWt1'n, i : that|1a part' of the'egacy of lands 1\ ,t: I t1eflMeGoonty
augmented fcy tne addition of thou : wheQ'these[ things can be' grown.
ends of visitors, madly of the .... Neither to this a' stock raising country.Thereji 1 8ank
lest dames who come to. enjoy the a "no fence Ia.JalcIa", a ( State
Ideal climate and the _:flshlag to poeabaoa ,to the settler of limited i 0
the'world..'* fTo acconmodaterjaftora' ,thus. means and there to very lltUe live I F
.Wclran the country' other ;: oJ"
On the
:then are u- bohie": '
a >.-hoarding houses principal .... bon 41 'It is 'desired to-engage la,fbeCaltsle j West Palm''' Beach, Florida

which to the stately Hotel Royal Pate of citrus fruits pineapples tenrbnswfroptcal i i :

sad he grand new BaleyoaaMeumenU Hsllbotl ;; or semt-troplcal. fruits, t, I -
la alee greedier aid noeommodaUnf I Browing of vegetables at the sir I \
farllltfaa { t the.year when all' tw.parts (Oldest Bank in Dade County. Organized in 1893

The population .. eoaaopoUtan. eve : : J Jthe.country are.IA the grip of wlnts ; I .
.YW7.II&te.. tU'ualG faraJsUatttsnoU section offers decided advent
of repn ataU..a. Aninch. : ages ver any other portion! dikeUone4 1 I:
ldrabie'tarelp element to nnknown.CLQfATB 'States.Whether J '
: u : ( .Report of Condition: March \15. 1906

Writing, troll penonal experience,
after Tlaltlng California and other sea ft4 B_._ .....- I i
dons where clhutlo coaJlUoaa'an : It' la the borne of the multi' Resources i .
considered at their beat, we'can ... > in11Ua tre or that of the < humblest 4 \
taattngly say that Miami has the moatperfect clerk|ln his employ the amount of Loans and Discounts. . .;. . . ;,. 149958.61 1
atone be spent on running the
winter "climate in the United :ahoakl be carefully thought out I' Overdrafts. . . . . . .1.1 . 699.09
/totes: Cold to almoat'iaknown, eves =
the slightest' frost being very rare: 114 monthly temat1led.tllu7 payments; but families for persons preI I County and City Scrip. . . '. . . 9.975:26

The warmth of summer la:tempered : te.elrcumataDcea, it will befonnd'l'mnch Dade County Bonds. . . . . . 25000.00 t
by the. eoollng''breeees'trom' 'Tke 'Atlantic more economical and Other, Stock and Bonds. . ;' . .'. . 790.00 :
and the highest temperatnre Jrm be fewer temptations to run I 1' I
recorded by the'goremment thenaoa- if everything hi paid by tile Banking House and Fixtures I- . . . 12500.00
I .|J eter daring the months ... '
is A cssh basis but this: has its In .
BALm : *. One cannot always find 4 Legal Reserve \
The 'ctq- ranks among tte Ant tohe ; ; Ja required in a' shop and tile
( United States la point of health. fiber or provision dealer as I I
There to entire freedom from IIIaIari : cape may be. suggests that there to Due From Other Banks'. . \ $80,845.50 ,. ..)
and thereare. "prtrafflag diseases.. noba1 about,tbe payment! ; that be 4 /Cash in Vaults. .. . . .I \25,673.27 106.518.77 ;:'
get tIN article at tbe lowest pos "\
Those' ailments which are common to rite for yon. 'This U a great IeI Total. . . . . . . 305 441 73
an parts of tM country seem t* he illttod In these days; when time
here robbed. In part of their power, as money to. no many. Then often a 4 ,
r they sonny appear la a mild form : more' Is'expended on the article ,i Liabilities '
end rarely fearo the bad effects which have been necessary! badthet _. .
IDD w.Ja' the wake d like il'iiiiTilaewbere purchaser been present A small \L
mater 0 a few cents oa .a pound i Capital $ 40,000.00
Scarlet fever and diplvIherto seems"1-paltry.sumto fuss over but i, Surplus Stock.\.j. 18,24237
ere ub wa. wt.., typhoid I few;?eents on several purchases .
fern to rarely heard of. It la a deer reach.the dollar mark very,soon," and DlvIde 20.00 a

ibis .place tor those suffering from "D,die accounts come in sometimes' i Deposits . . .. :. : \ . . .1. 246367.72 "
troubles results of such a system are cap
Art similar, diseases asthma'which, are catarrh premleatmoulder at ;; palHngiilf it to the very-mach credit system better.to is fob let Certlf1. Checks. Outstanding. .. . . .I.\ 811.64 3

ellV'ltN" Many person affected "- when.the price to aa tillI I : Total. . . .1. . . "!" 305441.73
with these Ills hare come her euantltr ., J
and hare ben cured or greatly Iliadt.d ; ;ItJs jdJfflcnlt to form any Wes of I Please examine this atatement carefully and compare it with any. 1
Of course this la not the case ; Thst.beneebold expenses. should- sver- of our State Institution This Bauk is the onlY Bank in Soqth Florida :.i
la Instance .. :each month, as the tastes sad 4 t offer absolute protection against
every People die hate, as tbat can burglary.: Our vault is
of,individuals vary greatly An the famous American Bank Protection Co's
they_do everywhere else No country protected by Electrical
given recently! based oa are .
with talarmincaseref .
Alarm "hold
has yet been discovered where people System up. besides
calculation, seems a very fair'ODe
large BDr"larylDSUfaDce Policy.
we carry
are Immune from death and iTlaren an t ordinary ; famnTs expenditure I j
U the 'same.time It'may be tnth- tabhr:expenses.' From tbe sum al i
tully mid that the conditions tending fbf' housekeeping one-third goes 4 Savings Department !
paying ;
the botcher to the grocer one-fifth We have a :4per; cent. on dept sits
t* general healthfulness are aa favorable same to the;dairy; tbe baker 4 on these accounts. :::: Write for a of our Rules' and Regulat ons }
as la any section of the ropy
country ; '
Claims abe-ntntb, while, to the flab
and far, more so thaa Inmost .."and! greengrocer to'allotted one
'I1DI 'aTrB JTJTUKBi of the, amount-Phlledel-: :
IOuII VIU i aD modern eoars. 1 j
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