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 16, 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).
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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: UF00076097:00342
 Related Items
Related Items: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Weekly)
Succeeded by: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Daily)

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: VOL 3., NO: 111- :t=trd,. MIAMI fORIDA. MONDAY APRIL 16, 1906. 6 s I Price 5 Cents, -

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WOMAN RUSSIAN AGITATOR Arrivals and Departures of F. E. 'C. Ry. Passenger Trains From ANNUAL BANQUET A.T WAL- 1

1 LIKELY TO BE DEPORTED IF Botff;Miami and Jacksonville-No' Change in the DORF-ASTORIA THIS EV ENINO ..

AFTER A GOOD SEASON Homestead Branch Schedule.

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New York April 16 The Tiiuant )j Ne* York, April 16-The annual Jef J
; I Beginning with today the summa |at 6 oclock In the evening and reaches
': House Will be Thoroughly Finished says"Maxim today: Corker: anj his woman com schedule of the IF.: E. C. Railway became Miami at 7:50 next morning ferson Day banquet of the democraticClub Father and Three Sons Child
operative with all trains arriving I which will be given ai the Wale
pinion wire not found by newspapermen i Train No. 29, leaves Jacksonville i : .
During Summer and here yesterday but their bag I and departing prom MlamL It was (fist 9:20: In the morning and arrivesat do Astorta thla evening promises to Murder-U. S.
gage K was learned was shipped to thought when 1:=change waa author-+)' Miami, at 10:30 o'clock that 11.111.. be an unusually Interesting affair. SUPfemeCourt
Addition_ Will Probably Chlcato on the morning train and lied about tw.r;weeks ago thate | President Woodrow WilsonJof Princeton -' Refused to Intervene
; some believe that Corker and the summer schedujfr had been put oa,ina j; Train No. 78 leaves Miami at 6:35 University, will discus the subject -' -
1 ,be Built-Where woman went oj the same train. the notlflcatlonof the present change I I In the morning and reaches Jackson | of Democracy from the; academic in the
i Thy wera refused admittance at ame aa a surprise to the oOclala !ville at 7:25: in the evening. standpoint while Judson Harmon, of

Force Will Go. several .J :ue prominent h>tpl. Sat here when Instructions were received I Train No. 98 leaves Miami at 7:05 In Cincinnati, who was attorney-general Matter .
urday. Immigration CommnsicnerWaichorn Saturday. &: the evening and arrives In Jackson. under President Cleveland,/ will discus
iij that If I As a result ot'the change and tile, national from' Democratic
says Gorfcey s married I'iville at 8:55 o'clock the next morn- politics a -
fact that the public were not aware j'
j a to the woman and -*>; legally ,;IDI. standpoint.The _
{ from his 'I of the same. fir; number of persons
Russian anti-Tammany win
wife taat I 1 Democracy
1 oUter having enjoyed a most Catterseason. who had,anticipated going away this Morning train carry parlor cars
he be
of Is liable to deportation."As represented by Mayor jMcClellan, Washington.
i April 16-The
morning were &,t. and had to remain and night trains sleepers. Supreme
Halcyon Han Hotel.'Ml the case now stands ho we vet. t I who will deliver an address over until ronlght or tomorrow momIng No chang'e, in made in the scheduleof today dewed ,adversely ti*
\,ami's latest and newest hostelry. Mr. there la no evidence against Oorkey lines. Although nothing positive la ;
or. the woman who came here aa ;before .tbvffcould;( get away. The the Homestead train which will known Is believed that he will make cases o* J. G. Rawlingg and ions Mil
;Salem' Grahaproprietor. will close Madam Gorkey." change t.\l1aC seffect today II aa follows continue to make one round trip some pointed reference to the political ton. Jesse and Leonard, the ''four,mea
:'fott theseacnLjrttfctoaight>._thongt! : s* dally between Miami and the south-
--Wfc- situation to New Tork The coafged
Bomber of guests who have beer rMr. JacboariUe1 1 I City mayor with murdering the two children -
: 8pltmp ThlnNo, H. leaves era termleus "of tle read. :
with the noaso all season wffl be accommodated has been will also be followed by1 L W-Bourke of the Carter family to Georgia'
j uatii May L engaged to Miami'for'lOme' months ';--- ----",,"" - -::;-C'J. < Oockran, the silver-tongued orator who At 'i the trial all excepting! Leonard

: Mr. Louis Cole, who has been eulettat past with the ,Water Works department .a .will bravely represent Tammany HaH Bawling were found guilty,of murder
toMr. Graham for several years .has gone to Grand Rapids. Mitt; TO QRGANZ&CATI1OLC'/ -, and will answer to case Mayor McCle- In the first degree and sentencJl todeathl
states that Halcyon Hall has en- where he expects to make his permanent lan should make an attack: oa the 'Tiger. } Leonard receiving a life aeatencs. -
home. Mr. Bpltxer's family will : The number of guest has been ., The Supreme Court affirmed
a splendid Irastofis taroogtout'thi
M&IOD.M1q flllsi the better part Join aim later ;InJhe rammer. His Y. M. C. A. !limited toGYIIUll.4re.L. !I I the sentence of the lower ;forty end
inlay friends to Miami to lean '
ot the.time since opening January regret the case was brought.to the Federal
Nth 1Onrlag' : of his 'decision to leave the Mac! t a __ \ 'East Orange N, ,April it-Tit Court oa the allegation of ;dlacrtmlaatton .
Uu summer the house will City but wish him success to his new '. I Democratic Club of the Oranges WIll to the selection at Jury to that

br> thoroughly finished ,and whea It field. ot labor, j t *. I iTuI tated- for some time and baa beengrowing hold Its annual emerson Day banquet all professional mea, wera. !' excluded
Opens agate early to :the fan wffl b.eompleti APPROVAL slowly to Importance, tool to Commonwealth Han this evening. from that Jury.,' : h h. \ '
.I.. every detail It Is probable ii. ..... I FLAN OF definite ihaps'when the Panllst tata- The speakers will be United States The Supreme Court holds that Qe

also that aa addltlba wffl" bV.Mtt The.tot 8yb&-which has Mea radersola ""CHURCrTA iP OLtROYTANOItGENERAL : era Ja.'WIeet Sltk street came out publicly Jeaator Bailey of Texas'Mayor Tau men had-.aot..... dsprrrsdjof say of
to It'though!Mr.: Graham tl" repairs oa the termlaaltway to favor.of such aa association. Johnson of Cleveland. O. and State their eoaaUtatloaat.rights an4:; ..F'u

sot decided;:t Ht OB tWa, MS'I' \ for the past;several; days;has Vr. Cole., who goes to, Canada toj { 'aad toe tug L. 1T.-.Pelts COUNTRYm I tog-f;exponents .jOfTABiBrtcaa'1 Catholicism County. courts.... .," ,- 'J" -'
'taa aotsi bin ertry.seasoa. WIll hauled out for similar ....t. It* tybil rt .s' ;and have contended that wealthy .. .
j: rsmatalher: *. uaffl early ,to ":next la BOW preparing to go to Jackson- If America Catholics would support lib Albany. N..Y.. April 1C.-I The annual IA.TlIt'MUlD. QUIETLY _
month:before.leaving vfll to tow the barges tor'the eompaay erally a national movement for young Jefferson Day dinner of the Rank and r -\THROUGHOUT RUSSIASL

i '')fr. KIlo K., Black'cashier' war gc there to:Mosquito Inlet where'uiey "k men-Just as others support the. Young, Democracy will be ,hdd-at.; tie '
'Hotel Victoria New York to .thejne will; be' delivered l to the'.Petton',and c Tort L' ) Men's Christian Association. : New Keamore this evening.This day Petersburg April:"l. P, 80' tar: .;
New ,.: It--A pwno establish
capacity Sor. the 'summer., brought the rest 'of the way through to thIa.t9Ut1'7 a national ...., The'; Panllst'idea Is to bond one or was selected because Jefferson :Day'iuknown'taster Day"passed qnledy
R. C-Cna.PnLham.jrobt clerkwffl the tolaal passage., JIUs will prevent more j association buildings la each fell oa Good Friday this year**Many throughout the. empire. No ,dispatches

jtt .to'one ot the .popular -resorts to the long '<
Muuehuietta"for the heated term sea "has already taken definite of club life-library, reading other states are among the Invitedguests I ling the II1I t.ALABAMA L{
sad Miss Paatoa.;*ookkeepe'win shape and ha*the approval of,Cardinal i room baths, study room and a department and will address the members. -

visit Meads asd Relatives to Broov G1bbon.,"Atehblshopa Ireland, Parley 'I of higher study wRh competent i(I G A. R.'ENCAMFMENT-.F-
lya untn time to retara to Miami again and Ryan ind the leading Catholic professors etc There would accordingto -
Johnnie.Armstrong, head porter.wao OHIO MOB LYNCHED laymen of the"'Country. John D. Crtm- the present plans, be a national A GENERAL STRIKE Birmingham. Ala, April 1 16-- The

knows ,more of the traveling public ,- mini Mayor iDcnne of Chncago, '\<'. I body, with national headqnartershav- eighteenth annual encampment of the
thin any other men to the house. Ll Bourke Cockran, Justice McKenna of I I.ng jurisdiction over all the branche" Grand Army of the Republic of,Alabama
who Is a walking encyclopedia ot Information : the United States, Supreme Courttae .hroughout the country, Present opens here today. The meeting "
relative to hotels, trains'etc. THE WRONG Countess Leaf and other wealthy ;clubs or societies would be done away of the encampment will be held to tAe
will be at Us old berth at RockawayBeach Catholics bavt,bffered their aid In the 11th. or absorbed. OF TELEPHONE hall ,of Gen. A. Caster Post No. 1. on -
daring the summer season. First Avenue. The opening
: movement. & | In many of the larger cities there i
A million dollar trust fund has been,lore well ,be held this afternoon. (Commander
costly and equipped 'clubs and i, ,
New Fish Firm Coming MEN'FOR suggested as i.; foundation for the p.an. i'> lyceums under Catholic auspice LINEMEN of the Grand Army Corporal ;

R. R.. Rlcou,Jnllna Gutermnth and The plans wIt3 be thoroughly' ...&Cussed i which It is felt are not oullt on lines j I [ Tanner will be the principal speaker -,
Capt Land, paid a visit to the county at Baltimore next month on the i,I broad enough to 'reach all Catholic j, at a-great camp fire which! will"be
seat last Monday. While In town they occasion of tbfe' >Centennial celebration:1,I --ounff men. There Is also a feeling I I I held this evening. j
were the guests of Mr. and,Mrs. T. of the Baltimore Cathedral It Is ex (!that thousands of Catholic young men : t
'.1;' O'Brien. Mr. Rtcou lathe head pected that a atloDal committee will j! frequent the Young Men's Christian BIG WRESTLING TOURNAMENT
the well known firm of R..R.' Rlcou CRIMINAL ASSAULT be formed at-that time, to further I I t Association and are affiliated with It. I

&-Sons,'wholesale fish dealers of Jeu- discuss the matter; and,take the necessary ''because tney have nowhere else to go. I IN 'SOU1HFRN SlATES :3lontreal April 16 The great

se". He Is also the senior parmer'or .steps for earning out the plan. t There is the same feeling about oung i wrestling tournament forte InternaUonal -,
Rl u and Gntermuth0f Grant and The movemrbt which baa been. aglDauntlesa omen. heATy"'elght champs Dshlp will
also of the firm ofRlcon, and O'Brien I I
here and
open tonight 1ast!four daYI
the oldest aad one of the most reliable
fish firms at Fort Pierce.. While here Outraged Woman of Springfiield, Fou.r early three thousand dolll\rs are orfered -
PAPERS larke
LEGAL FILED I About Hundred Men are out as prizes and a number
Mr. Rime informed as that he is preparing of the most prominent lI avynlPtwrl'lIIll'rB
to start In the mackerel fish- Declares That Men _Lynched ,
buslnessjat'Miami next fall and Fighting for Union Flecognition of Canada and he l"nlted
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States; are entered for the championshIp
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j''WUI' erect'a large fish house at that Were Not.Her Asault- RECORD
1.0nTl'sts The win er of the
-Kit Paid Better
point. The firm of Rlcoa and O'Brien ehampionshlp will receive! belt And
will erect a large barrel factory }n ants-Town is Quiet. I I. ''JCOQIn cash. There' wijjl Be eight
'connection: with the fishing business i 1U1rrantr Wages Than Union
I II prizes, running down to ode hundred
which' 'will be a branch of telr ing Down. II Collars. t?
I I The reasonable expenses ot
Fort Pierce factory. They will also \ hoed, Henry Madock and to the public. Elelen Seybold et als, I Demands. 311 tbe wrestlers taking part In the
: sell barrels to the trade. It Is bard wife to \\V P Brlon for f 1. ten acres I I Washington, Pl'arl. Brown and Lemon I'ournament will be paid Several

to beat those three of s kind and theydon't in section 30,|j). 52: south, range 42, avenues, according to the corrected I hundred prominent sportsmen: and athletes -
stand any bluffing -Fort. Pierce ease I| plat of Pierces I "
I division of Lemon Cli>. are here to wltni.s the tournament
:Tribune. Springfield, Mo..April 16-Quiet prevails -t Mortgage deed, Ben Reams to J. I Consideration $1. I II }
here and it is believed the race J.w.RIcl1bourg'ttor *175. west half lot r Atlanta. April 16- ]
Warranty deed Luther I strike .
: trouble Is over. 18, bloc\ 39. Vest Palm Beach. l,land I T.Tovinsend I Bell Telephone linemen was inaugurated -
wife '
THICK "GLOUO'Of. SMOKE The o:presence bringing of the troops people had to the a fall effect j'I.i( Commll8lotk Metcalf jpotaryState o public! Florida State to ,.at. lots 5, 6, 1 to and W.8, H.block Jones 11, north for ,1700 MlamL -, I! today, and Col.! W. T. Gentry HON L B. KRUT 1GUNIT[

I vice-president, said that about
realization of the situation and a decided I i
large, for Ioutj ears, dating from April
STILL SURROUNDS .reaction of public sentiment set 10th. || Deed Frank Osborn to Elnathan T. I II I four hundred men. including the men ,

In.This Deed. Boston and Florida Atlantic Fields for $1 and other considerat.ons i on the toll lines and construction wont I 1 LAWYER.POtI11GIAN I
VESUVIUS was brought about mainly by Coast Landry-, to Mrs. Kate Loner I various described plots of lands In' were out between Virginia and Mobile.It .
the statement of Mabel Edmondson.tue +for 1150, 15 Sicres In section 19, tp. ,:I Dade county aggregating 4,500 acres. is reported that there are forty DIED

K victim of the assault, declaring positively "147. south range 43. east Release of mortgage, First National flea at Atlanta, forty at Birmingham

H -- that the two negroes 'lynched Mortgage teed, Geo. Zapf and wife i Bank of St Augustine to W. G. De-I,twenty at Nor'olk, ten at Lynchburgand 1-
B $! were not her assailants. to First National Bank of Miami for I Berry. smaller numbers at Savannah

t: Judge Lincoln of the criminal court $%.500. west half lot 5 and lot 6. clock I ,Warranty deed. W. G. DeBerry :Jacksonville Charleston [Wilmington,
| Naples. AprJ 1C- The condition of
today ordered a special grand Jury 28. West Part Beach. and wife to L. J. Ballard for .200, :Columbia. Montgomery and Pensacola. New Orleans, April 1 ", B.
Mount Vesuvius" is unchanged today.- to investigate the lynching and apprehend Satisfaction of mortgage, Lee Teu I west hair lot 4, block 29, West Palm went out on the strike for a recognition Krultscbnite, chairman of the State
.'The, volcano la surrounded by a thick all the leaders. ton to W. J.f.Jteeten.SaUlfacUoltpf Beach. : of their union. j Democratic Central Committee and

;cloud of smoke, but the ashes;have mortgage, Jennie E. Warranty deed James B. Bird to Col.! Gentry declares that, the com- one of the most prominent lawyers to
'ceased falling. County CourtIn Watson trustee, to James B. Bird. Geo. G. Cnrrie for |250, west half ,pany pays the men hlgheij wages than the! South died, here tod*}.. '
director the county court Saturday afternoon Mortgage died, Jolla B Bateson and lot 1. block 28. West Palm Beach. ;the union demands, and I J the Highestof I He was pr. luincn. 1t vjtr\ :cus pub
MattnccL of the observatory a motion for a new trial was husband to James T. Brondage for Commission State'of Florida to 8. any wire working company to t..e lie works, being chairman bf the committee
says that the normal coed made, argued and denied In behalf of $3.000. lot 14,1 block 117. J (amJ. I I H. Richmond to be notary publlc.SUte Southern States. !I I Ci* ice IVnocra.ld iLirtv l welch
rids of the Volcano will not be established W. A. Chard convicted or petit larceny : Quit claimdeed.:: Clara A. Moran at large" dating from Sept 12, 1905. I destroyed the Louisiana 1{lottery la
for several weeks. Bodies- are after which a fine of ISO and Moved to MlamL i 1900. He twice refused the Lamination
tam being exhumed from the ruins costs or sixty days' lmprisonment.wai Mr. Thos. J. Campbe11.lwbo I has
resided to election is
equivalent Governor
of Brluglit Tow Z. T. Merritt F. W. Hahn and 8.
ottajaao and SanguUeppL
Imposed by Judge Heyser. Counsel for in West Palm Beach for "
a number jf Louisiana. 1|
O. Few three of the candidates for ,
defendant then gave notice of aa ap The tug Djiantless. Captain LewJa, the office of clerk of the of years past and who Is one ot 1
ARBOR DAY IN VIRGINIA peal,and the bond was fixed to the arrived to pott early yesterday morning circuit court that town's honored councilmen has County Arreati
emu of tUl fat Louie from Charleston: .wlta three large were fields looking over the tomato disposed of all his Interests to the Cottage t
and to
of aggravated assault, was.senteaeelto barges for the F. E. C. Railway' extension explalng voters way City and moved to Miami where Three
f ad. Va.t.prflU- com- pay a fine of 125 and cost. or serve operations la tow. After coalIng they should me and how. he has accepted a position with the arrests oa county chargeswere
with the proclamation issued sixty days' ImprisonmentThe the-DannJUess left yesterday afternoon Steam Laundry. Mr. Campbell a made yesterday and thli,morning
lay Uoreraor Bwaaaoa this day is observed for Jacksonville. It II said this Selllftf furnitureMr. hustler and an honorable' upright dtl- by white Deputy Sheriff Gore. I One was a
1 throughout the State as Arboi fire department was called oat waa the last;;: dpshe will make here sen. and will be welcomed to tae iliaD charged with larceny of a

Day.< U an pabUe schools the nay yesterday morning to the residence at for,the-raDa-4: 'company as it wffl Schneider' formerly owner of Magic City. j quantity was a of carpenter who tools; another
jI negro aad
got bad
vas observed with appropriate cere- the corner of 11th street and Avenue send its owa'tugs Sybil and Peltaa. Peacock Ian at' Cocoaant Grove, is I considerable created
,' __ The children were taken to A. owned by Miss Maggie Carney aadoccupied to do the rest of the towing of barges BOW disposing of the furniture and Te Attend PresbyteryDr. excitement ia North Miami
... parks where trees were planted.Maay by,A. A. McGlrt.when a from Jacksonville here. The Sybil other household wares to the samepreparing and Mrs. W. W.I Fart leave a'negro charged a and tae third was
., etUsaas and civic organisations gasoline ..unnplo4ecL The fire will tow the barges to Mosquito Inlet to moving to North Dakota tonight for Rarke tospring attend the Information with'aggravated assault
jlso observed Fhe day by planting tree was extinguished before the arrival ot and deliver them to the Felton. whlca to make als future home. >Some rare' session of the Bast: Florida wm be filed direct

'It tkt school yards public" parks. aadi the are departemaL The damage was will bring them hen by the Inland bargains maybe had by inquiring of Presbytery, which meet there the tatter wall agatoat be given the first trial two tomorrow,and the morn-tatter .'

--t:'yleasar. i ;grouada. very" -light. t rab. tl part of this week. .' lag before, Judge Heyser.$ .

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,mot Southern newspaper published on the mainland of the U. S. I I On Short or Long Time.

.- PUBLISHED EVERY IRcaunml..iTES DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY j I I I 11 and Furniture f Easy ,Payments :

One year by mail ............ $5.00 Three month .........:...... $1-251) ,
mx months .................... 2.50 One weekfl by carrier .......... .JO1 {a Dade Go] Security Goo
Will be Sold I at Reduced Prices for thirty days '- _
made known on application.TELEPHONE
Advertising i

482 and 434 TwtinhStrwt Opposite th. Court House i .334 Tenth Street.
,!! J. W.' Watson: : : Avenue D AllI .R '
"'" MONDAY, APRIL 16, 1906 Ads b :: .... ;
\ Wrfuw vV t to'ONcrHORSESHOEING --
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all Indications the growers of Dade county have solved,the prob I. ..
successful and profitable tomato growing. A few years ago. and up i
lem of
to the present the majority of growers tried to see. 'how many acres they Our I Grand Clearance ;
could'plant and how many crates' ,they could put 'on the market This, too Now On

with'very little knowledge of the Industry. I
that the yield did not mature more than half that the and in keeping with our policy to from
The result was I carry no goods over season to season we have cut the prices as never before
product was: Inferior in most part that there wag not snfflclent labor to I We want to reduce our stock as quickly as possible, in order that \v6 can cut our insurance down anft also to make

gather and ship at the right time, and causing, the the shipments fruit to reach at times the being mar- I jl I some. changes in our store.| Last week was a banner week with us. This week we want to make a better one'and.. in,
ket In bad condition and destroying all profits I
order do the !
to so prices are cut as below I,
loss.Thus '" "
a total 1 i
year the growing of tomatoes has been based on a more scientific .
and profitable,plan. No grower planted more than one-third the acreage ;, Alfred Benjamin and Snellenberg suits. Goods known The famous I Paragon trousers, sold i highgradeeverywhere

he put out In past rears;'he selected the best seed anj was able by the small as perfect in fit, workmanship 14.90 .stores for 6.00, 7.00 and 8.00. our 1. "

acreage to give the vines and: fruit better attention, thus aiding the plants and materials,. 18.00. $20 and 125 suits for. P I price. . . .o! ... . . . .$4.95
and producing heavy yields. In this way the fruit is made a '
In developing
500 pair of pants we have been selling
before,the can be gathered and shipped at the. $3.45
better quality than ever crop 4.00, and five dollars for. . .....
.I right time, and the profits derived highly satisfactory, at the market at no Big line of men's business suits the kind you buy 4.50 ..
k time haa been glutted. elsewhere, at 15.00, 16.00 and 17:00, ff The best, 3.SOl and 4-doO every day p $2 9J: ,

AH growers throughout the county are highly satisfied at the resnlUboUi our pnce . . . . . . . 1190 made, good or ; now .1. .
la producing and marketing their crops, and an have made handsomely upon ,BOYS KNEE PANTS ,
their liivest>aenta. The time is now here ,when the raising of tomatoes, 75C 850 and 90 cent pants for. h.. . . . .6oc \
} win la.th*'future, be'conducted npon scientific lines, and all engaged to the A few men's suits worth 9.00, 10.00 $6.90 too, t. o and 1.25 cants for. ? .. .. ..900 '-

t :: business can not help but be successful. and 12.00 for . . . . . ,..- . 150. I.5and2.oo:! pants for. . ..J_ .'. .!.25 I ;
.. ''!tore money wffl be realised on the east coast this year from the tomato { : :
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under'eu1Uvatlon Is less ., .
ever before, the total acreage '
pop though
i thn'two-third= u great as a fear ago. Edwin: Gap o' and Diamond WALK-OVCR. and'' PACKARD I Krippendprf ,ladies shoes,'a fine assortment .' : x xd
+ srjoes 1 in broken sizes'and widths.
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YOUR.. ,PRIVILEGE. ,. RIGHTS. .:;.,brand shoes ? / ,tiyalk-Over: 3.50* 4 and>" '4-00'shoes.(' _Shoes worth:3.00, 4(00( $2 45- :

t .. : and 5.00 for > . ... .' ..
'r Aoo and shoes.. Packard and Keith :
: Tae Metropolis deems It advisable to again call the attention of those ('. }Edwirf\Clapp, 7 00 .> .s so'nd 14.; : r :
county and who have be'some'of &the absolute best sh / (Big'Ifne of these to -
f. length of residence to the '- goat
Dad county entitled hy :10$5f3
age dace the last election ettUenshlp, that they mast 'register earth a few, pair to : . . .. . ..t2.95A big line of 2.50.' : 3.00; s'I 195' I. s!
and shoes for I . .
'. -W4 and-IMS-before .
two preceedlng
'and'pay poll tue$ forth* years
k : J- Diamond Brand 5.00 shoes 50 or more pair of : .1': ;
; 2.50 $195 .
;'.: ,such privilege can be enjoyed., $3,45. I
i Th* registration hooks ars'now open dally'to an.,the precincts 'of the your:-choice for !u""u' ,and 3.00shoes for . ..t AlKwhite: shoes at iig.reductions aJ I

i: .county and win remala so unffl the evening ot.the 80th.. If yon have not ., .v- .. .
"registered by:'that Urn:yon' wffl have'lost)the privilege of voting. Poll : : : : .
ytr. R Mens Shirts : i : '
aY i
: Trunks
weeks the Men1s'lats
taxes can be paid.until.,the evening of May 4th-two preceedlng ,
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tleptka. .t. .
!1 I t primary ; .r ,t''f rB'
John .. arid
Ai'Dott; forgsi ties* tacts;.EeglstraUoatbooks,.open .until April:V80th r'poll! :: .lOOjnen's' fine shirts In as- ; a Knox f
t. taxes can be paid ontfl May 4th, and first primary election is held K&115,on, ',suited patterns.mostly; 'Man cases 5 and 6 dollar-hats-. .4 OCto '

t ;which date you will.vote..-for county"Stat* 'and..Congressional, offices. t battens and Royal Palm, are so.oo trunks sn< -rait M.'cases for I1UJ .' close J at| ...,.... . J 1.

N. worth 2.00 and 2.50 I 4C1Closing d .k $11,00 trunks an suit C&le81or.'lI.tO'. Young _Bros. 3.oo and 3JSQ
'4 FOREIGN.IMMIGRATI u t i price .. .T'J. .1.00 trunks,and suit cases for ".M felt hats at this sale 9 t

s I $10.00 trunks am suit eases for $7J5 for . J.I . 85 J
,' Foreign Immigrants are pouring Into Eastern ports to such large nnm; Big Line of Majestic Shirts :. : .
'- t8.00 trunks an nit C&Ie8.for $140 r'
I; hers the Department of Labor and Commerce has become apprehensive anhaa to close out t3.00 trunks am suitcases for AO straw bets"et
|ISSaniteaeVtor1fl80 .
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r.. .. -.Immigration.determined to'more strictly enforce the regulations for the restriction oi'I.{ at. . . . I.1 13.50 trunks an$1, .2O per cent discount

This 1s a country of vast territory,and its assimilative po"enare, verj
great. but there should be some limit to the,influx.of forelgners and the Scriven Elastic Seam Drawers, worth 75C for. .60c The farhous Dayton,,Railroad shoe J ,"worth 13,at $2 AS
,crowding'of our:cities'with a population which seriously adds to the:gravity, Only three of the above to' Railroad -
one customer Overalls '
750 at . u. .... .6Oc
1I of problems that are pressing more and more for solution:: The stream ol ,
foreigners la not sufficiently distributed. Too few become sell tillers anproducers. <|

poof'of It can overcrowded be easily Europe understood and why quick this and country cheap,U transportation so attractiveto'ttae' At above prices cash and cash only E ,. goes I,

'mace* it comparatively easy for them to seek homes. In 1900 there wer<':
: 10460.000 people of foreign birth in this country, and over 21.000.000 born ot
foreign parentage.. About IS per cent of the total population is whollj, f

or partially foreign parentage. \j'
Of the foielgn-born. population 94 per cent is resident to the North and The Anthony-Romf Company
6 per cent to,the South. In 1900 the total foreign-born population of AllefRheny.
:: ."Pa-, was in round numbers, 30,000; In Atlanta it 11'112,500: In Charles;
ton, 8.:C.,'it val 2,500:and 12.000 in Columbus O. In Louisville it 11'4

2J.OOO and to'Lowell 40,000; to Memphis It was 5,000 and In )tlnneapollct,0oo. 228.230_ TWELFTH: STREET : : : MIAMI /FLORIDA
,. In Worcester, Mass, ,it was 37,000; In Rochester N. Y.. it wai ; ,
40,000; to,Providence R. I., it was 55,000 and 46,000 to St Paul. In NestYork --
.., City there were- 786,000 persona of German parentage, 715,000 of Irlstt 1
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r' ,parentage; 213.0000f Russian 218,000 of Italian 53,000 of Polish and 52,00
of Hungarian. A considerable per cent. of the total population Is :

,and These Irish., as a rule, make excellent citizens, anj become thoroughly !], .

hued with American methods and Ideals. But there are millions of Imml,* Do You Want Leaky House? I
'grants who are not desirable as citizens\ : and even a large inpourlng of foil a
elgnerg who may make good citizens Is not wholly unobjectionable. Through

immigration !I and. natural Increase the country is being rapidly filled ana I 1I
when it becomes crowJ.ed. as it will,it means a change on conditions-froA."
c the;tree and:easy methods o: living characteristic of Americans to the close II'1 U

.economy and hard! life of the crowded countries of the old world, and labs: I
will cheaper, and the>cost of living greater. t 1 j .

I -. If so we can do nothing for but
Advertising: is.coming to be more appreciated in every city In the couq you,
try and this is ,especially true where the right kind of advertising is beinl I ..
done.,. The-progressive newspapers have done mere to help along'in thfij ,I
cause than any one other thing,.ag many of them have gone to great troubfey I
If residen' has iness b ock
you want an absolutely: waterproof e. \ or a building of ny kindwe
and expense to improve the advertising and demonstrate hat good aJvertKrl i
tog will\ pay.-:: Tampa Herald. Good advertising in a good paper is certa&;i will lu !triad to show 'vu a water proof 'artificial tune that its the best on toe market
.of good results every time. ,," We will deniun tfr to.: vou' thaf water can beand'will loured! over. the facing of our stone
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c The lllaml' bar has endorsed the candidacy of Hon. J. B, Wn1t eld fcb; stay there until evtp"Fr.Fted by the sun, with not the least hit of abs-orbment- 'by the
.Justice of the Supreme Court The lawyers of.the State are better capabto' j
c It, i is not h"Hlth'n live in hou.. erefore protect the
.of judging a man'I ability for such a highly responsible office thou: tM' j I Moiir.: ,I a damp e, I health yourself

,common 'public.; The legal fraternity of Florida have endorsed both l: : I and family and I build.. a >rtuir house Pu-tt r an bf I''t t on this stonetbus saving I hi expense
VThitfield and llr.. C. B. ParlhUl 1
< or renocilnatioi and election as Supr111 .
Court ..Jnstlcrs, therefore their candidacy should be seriously '-conslde'-lif J tif .IathUi and we UUAHAX I fEE our -n-iif dill not crack or p'eai.Ve de. lin

b7 an concerned. Both have proven themselves honest and capable In tfi : Ce.t nt. -. -. DON) [' l FORGET TO(! GIVE C7$ A .\ 8151 0 HID.
discharge <4 their duty, and there being no seasonable or apparent :!t }
cpposltloa tLey should receive an ncanimons Democratic vote. t I
caU"JI I .
.,, While It seems,that Dr. Porter is simply going to remain at i Z IZ I. -.'i fr' I
,of the,health work In this State yet he would gratify his many frlenJa in iH
"tectllJn'of Florida be would positively announce the withdrawal of' tits I
/resignation as State Health Officer; Summer time is'with'na and' there slf The Art Stone Constructic nCo
more:or less dangers always threatening during.that season and Fiona 3would.teel
much,better about it if he would declare himself fully-Ta !p!
Herald: a Although it would be highly satisfactory for Dr Porteno aanouufl ___"_____ ________
'the withdrawal of his resignation, there Is to cause for fear. Dr. Porter
.the, first'Intimation that a.place or th!?> State was threatened whit dtseJs* '
:jBroulJ.be! the)first one,in.the Jleld. ,to,render.aid and, ,take up the|: ,battle agalM Office and Stone "Yard foot Avenue D. _"Look for the Turn the Wall".

the .scourge, DO.matter.wbat; It be. Nets too patriotic'and holds too m' 'l1. 1 ... .
otherwlae. '
Jove for Florida to do. -
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4 Easter at Little.River* I Two Gar etlt.
pI Reliance In Port. :
V The coasting schooner Reliance, The Easter serves of the Episcopal : ; ;

came In late yesterday afternoon from ,Church at Little &Iver :yesterday were I
Key West with several passengers and i attended by a large congregation the I ,
I Pattsrii en ee a heavy freight for local merchants. {service being parjlcularly attractive. I '
'ATTORNEYS AT LAW. She also had aboard a quantity of 4 The beautiful church had been decor-\ Siiitk ,.
fruit.- ated with palm >and flowers under j
.m".ta ail eoazte,step" hdenI -' the direction ofJJlr.. and Mrs. Amos .
.IseetallMflltiMlefU4 euaJa1aa'perleoangMissal. Cutler. The muffle which was most .
DiM.'o.aoUI7.' Fishing In Bay l
under the and
excellent, charge I
was I'
Fla. The yacht Savalo with Messrs. j
!training 0: Mrs Jjf. \\1nfleld.. Rev.G. .
ands I
outers aboard
son. Douglas and comfort the
officiate. nor conventions demand waistcoat
tended by the launch yacht Stranger B. Clarke : : a
returned to port Saturday from a tarpon "i I with suit for
? a summer Itj has simply no functions.; .
Seymour & Atkinson cruise down the coast and wentup Mr.. Butler CandidacyIn
the bay where they will try their speaking ofhe candidacy: of Mr. ,
if j ; Attorneys and luck. Geo. O. Butler fd county: tax assessor I ,
We hare lines of coat' and trouser
v' Counselors At Law. the Sun, o: We.: Palm Beach, says: .
r Fine Grapefruit i")Ir.. Butler Is considered: one of the t suits single and double breasted
' cUl attratloa So civil pnctic*Im all coins _
.' State.. Fxlcrat ; Mr. C. H- Perry brought to the i very best, if not,- be best tax assesor I I'I in
'Room. 5,6,7rrisscllBldff.Miami, i tropolis office today some very ue-I'that Dade Count? has ever had. and S model of extremely light weight fab-
If! i specimens of the seedless variety 'I he is one of ri&few candidates who I i.\ t
tics, I as Tropical ,
grape:mil. The fruit were grown on will In all prd&aolllty enjoy a race I t |I- worsteds,* serg-
, G. A. Worley Mr. Perry place at Cocoanut Grove.I without opposition.( The people will 1 :r ea, wool crash homespun and| Cheviot
and are both large and firm In their make no mistake in holding him In i i .
growth and development. I I office for another,term." I In distinctive patterns and colon. _
Attorney'I at Law r-
j There-iuiot aa ounce of superfluous
.310, J, Twelfth. St., Miami, Florida BROSSIER means care investments Whiz Sailed North. I I .
'- I The launch yacht Whiz CaptaluNorton cloth Jin either coat, or trousers.

Foundation Down which Feame here early last, :
:Geo..M.'RobbinsTltu.vfI..FIa.: { The foundation of the new Belcher fall and was outset the popular boats .

<. .. 'I residence at the corner of.Avenue Band I I of the Royal Palm fleet. the past sea j Don't Swelter
Attorney and Counselor 7th streets Is now down and the son, sailed yesterday for New York I Ii '.
I walls are being raised. This will,'i where she wllllae sold. Captain Norton '
'At Law I be one of the most attractive and who I 4 a Mat builder, constructing '
|,j Wm.pncUc Im an Coaru,,SUM! a.4 F.dira. complete artificial stone houses In the a new and larger :yacht during the -r
U j city,when finished. summer and bringing here next fall.j' I IGet Another .
94 iJL I "r Captain Nortonglras accompanied on ,
the Mr H. Gerlach. Day
Hudson & .Boggs. Returned from Cruise. trip by f .

_The Houseboat Buckeye and launch, .J' r
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1B -, Attorney r taw' yacht tender-">#adger,"both owned by]r Shlnnecock Ha* Gone I
Captain Root and which have been,; The steamer .Shlnnecock. Captain ;
H TownleT,Bttildinf; Miami, FloridaT. : on ,a.cruise of several weeks to the,I Bunce. rune been on the Miami-,II J' .
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wear out of
lower east' and west coasts, returnedto Key West past season came

, jI WOOL' ; port yesterday aternoon and.n I into port on heir.last trip Saturday afternoon -j We've underwear

it...., e. M. D..... .J.. chored ,the bay below. BrickelFos / and after} coaling and taking '
/oeevrltsjtgon..yae.aey sy g- : -std tf tif' ) on.supplles salted yesterday afternoon)j $6.00 $7.00- by the ounce; breezy'''negligee shirts, ; ..: -"-
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she will in
Mia'street : for New Yorkirhere! run .
lteel'tif '. "'
the excusion business during the sum- ; gs lx :'rcool losieryr neckwear and:headg''ri t '
,;'f' _..awea5M Ow .. ,. Police Business Quiet -_ ,
In.ur ;: -- .rwuw Irr But four arrests"'were'made by the mer. Both thj!; Shlnnecock and her, We'vj everything In ,apparel conducive ,
Very with the
. officers were popular et8
police department from Saturday morning 1 1t 5'0 cf13 50
to early this morning thus showIng -'traveling pnbllfc; and the probabllltle.,tI : a man'alhot weather comfort .
D. 3. M. JAOXBOH JK; that the" town Is unusually quiet are they win jbe returner here again "j
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t : and orderly, and that the majority of next season. The Shlnnecock's I j {
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the Imported labor that were hereduring win be taken up i.br the steamer .}
l Horxz. BISCATHX BLOCK;ATX.O} the season and riving considerable Captain WhIt;; leaving Wednesday .. :

.)IY, 'FLOmD \ trouble by drunkenesa and other and going'through to Havana via' Key:. ; J.
... $ #"'" -- petty disorders, have left the city;{ West'i,
vo RWdes4
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;S'D'R: W. B.RU8H.Jtth The Key Pineapple. Crop ..i.ir : Benrter Sail Une e

II A number of key freighters are now Schooner FnljUJP Brooks win load ,
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street,' '. 1&;port undergoing repairs and made April 17(and lall April 24 from New '
: X104 Bah BkMIAHITLA ready to transport the pineapple crop Tork' to Mlamt, direct wltt:cargo of '
::1. A : to'WI port for crating and shipping- general merchandise. Space on this : Clothier t and Men's Furnisher I
north. It Is said the:key.pineapplecrop reasel can be-secured by notifying J 1 1L
.l ,, ;" f Is larger this season than'ever N.A.Benner 4V. Co, 77'Water street t -i_ ;
before and that many thousand crates New York. oh Oao. 1'., Cook. scent d
'Jt Je'tijf Mwltt; M. D: will be bandied. ,The crop will begin at Miami. NA.;:Benner ft: Ccu,.feaagents. Don't forget:the Numbir 322 T eItthStreeP, ami''i i

II: moving about the first of next monk .'al ." ?S -- ,
Offloe Boosss S red'Ttti.an 4 I 4 i t : j
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: BaMlnr : ?' the*ftteI'D'ii of Uth street,thence
.q 'Boon 10 JIM to,is auBesidtnoe ,t'W I p.. v. running llth street to Boulevard _I_

': .ns.Arepoe' ,U :_ An Ordinance amending an Ordinance ;'',th ence-oa; : Boulevard .to 14th ., '
< street: thenceon 14th street to Avenue
entitled: ""An Ordinance D I Dot' :'tPet Caught affi
D; thenceforth oa Avenue ,tocitylimits on
,FBEDBUTTEBr, .: granting the right to build", own, maintain m .. tt ,1ft *. .-... .. -| lAFishingTrip .'
'1 1;. and operate street car;or.troI- .Again: beginning at city limits on i <(

:?{!'lot Qeural. COHtrCtor. ., ,. : ;' ieysystemwithin"the limits of x the south end ot-Brickell avenue and j :
-; ; "*" Gradlnc.masting.. city;of Miami Florida, and prescribing running on s 41d avenue to 20th street

i-: penalties for the violation of.tAe and thence 08:tOth street to avenue D ; Without Tackle
Wells Drilled.;: BMAwalk provision 'Of_the I .same.." Passed thence north|on avenue D to the !Enough

}rg .: _, May .4th. 1905; signed F. W. Hahn. bridge. ;j-g -
President; Attested by M.B. Kellum, Again beginning at .north end ot MORI
c :W.. C. Maynard, City Clerk, with seal of.city; approved bridge on Stenue D and running .SOME FISHERMEN CATCH-
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May 10th 1905 signed John Sew- thence to 12 FISH/AND
t: GRAOUATEyPTICIAN' ell. Mayor.' 12th street tovivenue B; thence north FISH'LARGER. -: -MORa
With Maynard Son.J.w.l.r. Be it ordained by the city council on avenue &| to 6th street;' thence VARIETIES .
f ATMMD JiuuoPoootOlllce of the city;of Miami: Section one, west on Cth street to avenue Cthence 1 i FISH than OTHERSBECAUSE .
i'". That Section'.1:of,ordinance entitled north on avenue C to city limits. I THEY GO PREPARED
, <( ."All ordinance to grant the rightto I Beginning gain at the Junction of I| r .
-'I GEO.. L. McDONALDi build", own maintain and operatea avenue C an&jBtb street, thence south FOR ALL EMERGENCIES
street car or trolley system wIth- Ion avenue Cji,*o 14th street. I'
i ( Eujlieermrit ;ln-the,UmiU. of the, city ,of..Miami;1 t Again beguiling at the junctl n'of j
1 k".. ., -red Sibdhldiat: ;: Lud a cpecultrCOCOANUTOROVZ. Florida,>'and prescribing penalties for avenue C a&3 1st street thence running -I; Store'
::1< :.-FLA. \ the'trlolatton of the provisions of t|I west onjst; street to cltyllmits; I j I i iI Miami Sporting Goody
game,?Passed May >4, 1905 .signed|'thence running.south on Prout avenue ,;
Ff \ /Hahn. president,J attested with to 5th strut; thence ease off 5ih. .
If WAT ( rEF C. DEUAKMO, seal by.M.'R.; Kellum city clerk, and :street to a"fiiue J; thence south 0111)I, ..

approved May 14, 1905 signed John ,avenue J tofSth street; thenceacross I, !S05 12th STREET !
grOhlteotett1:10 Sew'ell. Mayor,-be and the same is,Sth street tcrl North River street and .| ,
If." hereby amended to. read as follows,,j ton it to lt r+stret't.I ] f CARRY
to wit:.. i Again beginning at the junction of L 1 I II c THE BEST TACKLE MANUFACTURED
Ii ( ATC. C .Miami.FlaTheChapmanliouse j_ Section 1.:, Be it ordained by the j avenue B and 20th street and running i I : ED MADE TO CATCH AND HOLDMarble
; 1, City Council of the city of Miami. Florida .|j west tog city limits and thence .If ', that,B.,B-.Taium, J. H.,Tati n, 8. i back on 20lv to avenue L;thence north I, lli* rush is over and while you aav*j! I
:M. Tatum. A. A. Gery and \V. M. .on avenue t;! to South River street; i]'I .4 Bia- Fish -
. t. 1 Brown their associates, successor thence northwesterly on South River,j ji I the time, drop In and take a loek at ,
,. f F.W. CHAPMAN. Prop. i 'I' -- -
I and assigns hereinafter referred to as street to cftf limits. j
... l Rates ties pr day Special by tile week !! granteei. are hereby granted exclus- Again bejjlfining) at the Junction of j jour.: fine line of Woolens. Don't forget ;,
Gate an atund the comforts of a homi. Locaud -
'" 17 muss ontk of Pain )Beach om the I she right of way over under and up. avenue G skid! 12th street and runfhing -i Southern & Stone Co. :
f rnil Last Gout Canal.amour Uaa pmeappUul4 on the streets and avenues of the I north tin avenue G to city llmIts. the place. I i.
!. if *aid hmutiMf.wttaardar tthiaf awl of Ocea Sovthen batklmf.Detray Florida.Good ., .i city of Miami. Florida, hereinafter II pI 1 1j f i 4 S. HOC AN &TREET.'ACKSONVILLE
, : Florida I described and named for the purposeof I Again beginning at the Junction of i iI JOHN SEWELL t BRO I Headquarters ..
l constructing, maintaining and operating avenue G |rid 12th street and run I
by electricity or other power I I ning south f n avenue G to. Miami], Headquarters for smart Tailoring Building Stone_ Marble etc
A.W. Graham. J be the council of .
: to approved by city i river Again beginning at avenue i ij
the city of Miami hereafter, a single IC j and running west to avenue D. I II 336 Twelfth street Blscayn Block AND TILE WORK
and Builder
,;, Contractor track line of railway for transport- Passed this 5th day-of April A. 1
A Satisfaction Lion purposes with such branches, I D., 1906. H i FOR FLOO S. BATH ROOMS. MANTELS,. ETC. :-

;.-:.;. Guaranteed. : switches and turn outs on said streetsas H. WHARTON, I Mons. nts, General Cemetery Work, etc: :
Ptesident Merritt & Kolb j
\ Let..irar*oa voar work aid sass'yea._ may be necessary and to own and of City Council.Attested ,
.,. hf_ .ai.bd. bead poctalaad t operate said street railway for the f-i Wryest Work Unexcelled Facilities lion Fencing. Prompt Stales
.....' Iri1 cull.ed.ee,_ 7.0.boa, ",-4.MaaU'1&" full term of 30 :yean from and after M. R. KELLUM.'City Clerk f
the passage of this ordinance; the (Seal) |S
street and avenues over which sail Approved this 11th day of April '

4 1 Expert Typewriter right of as way follows as :granted' being described .A. D. 190(0m( JOHN SEWELL I REAL ESTATE RITTY BROrHERSMachine "

:1 ,-, RepairingrY. Commencing at the city limits op-_. 1 Mayor.Chase BARGAINS '
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.,*- C. PRESTON. ,
K St. P. O. Box 311 thJ
Agents for New Era Gas Engines. Gasolene :
\ A fine S acre bay front In Cocoanut

f 7'.' i.' Emil A. EhmannArchitect & Co1Cha&Erny Grove, good house well set In bearing and kerosene 1 engine pairing a. SPECIALTY

' trees riparian rights. A bargain: j
: General Work J
../ Repair
3 Lots on 14th street between Avenues I ,

; West'Palm Beach Florida CHASE & BARNEY, Inc. Fir Lot on 8th street, between Avenue '

'" FRUIT AND t C and B, $1600. 8 years terms. :: W. )J. Brown
House and lot on 10th street, between -
r Merritt & Kolb VEGETABLEPACKERS AcideiitToiiadp and -
Avenue B and bay $2750. Let _

'* Real Estate Rentals etc. us show you thla \ 1

10 acre nay front $3000 cheapest
Estates Managed Cash Dealers in .
south of Lemon C1t ,
ATC. C. near 12th St. MiamL Fla.
'l Crate InsuranceMaterial I 25 acres hammock and truck land
50 grapefruit tree., finest In south ;

E.. M. LAW Dade, 11 year old. 200 young tree., Plumber
good house and beautiful grounds on _
DENTIST FIDELITY BONDSOLDESiAGENCY county rock road. $5500. You should
.-" see the views at our office.
1'D Office over Sewell'a Shoe Store Puling and : 35 acres on Lemon City road. 10}
i Doer acres cleared. House and 200 treee. .e.I'D' '
Artistic Work EXf'Cuted'Thoroughly East End MLici Kiver s.... IN MIAMI Good views of the bay, for a' sheet 101 ': Miam'

, ; With:fh'- Moet. Modern Appliance' ,, Jme only, S4000.
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PAGE .mull. : -L.. -- --:.. :tHE DAILY MIAMI'METROPOLIS MONDAY. APRIL 1*. 19M "
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',"' Souvenir Post Cards LARGEST LINE OF SOUVENIR SPOONS .i Watches and JewelryREPAIRING.

If To Select from in Florida: atWflALER'5 f

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20 cents a dozen STORE )

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;$ No. 6370 'jI

-:",_ The Report First of National the Condition off Bank i [[ Town Topics( J J Jtie WELLS & GRAVE I s' 1

.' Are prepared to execute
at Miami, in the State of Florida.t : order in their J.
-, a t the cVwie of bniintnK,April,6.11** L
." __.... __ lf>.33 -- Millinery Department
.: Loan OrerdratM.* and 4iaco11ato.Mcnred and ua.ecured _.....---_ 53.6S engagement of Miss Katherine Went to Homestead Country
U.S. Bonds to .Mcir circnlatio_._._____. 50,00000 Madden of this city and Mr. William Pierre 8. Titus went to the Home. '
rrelllia.ooD U.S. 8ond.-----_._ _. 3000.0037.7S5.W Grove, stead this morning with twenty Designer of the latest Spring style hat
__...__.__ .n. Hi-lti; of Cocoanut bag been annoMBced. country
Bonds securities: eta ......._ in silk dark straw and lightweight
.t Raiktnr hoaM,fnrnitnre and tincture.- ___. :1D.0I".00 ; five men for the extension work at ] ]
.: Due Doe from ftolll National State Bank.and Bank(not Banker.Due rwenre. ...airenti.. .........- %11,734.11 3.10 |& that place. materials. I ;
from approred mem aeou---- --- 7).L44 .Albert Coachman took the --
Check and other cask Item._._...._____ 3:1,117: llf away
11 Notes ofotheraNosal Bank ..._--- 1111. 00f Kac) at Martins shooting gallery BROSSIER means REAL ICTATE Lad
Fractional I.-flllllloa.o-paper: mere carreac.1.ackl"in Bank,._.and._cea&3.,._ 33.000.00 aw laijp t week, making a score of 75 out Tailoring Departmentor

KeUemption of circnlation.and with...._C._.&_.Treawrer._......._,tin..._per....cent._. :"'00,00 of_ possible 75. Building Stable costumes,
Total-------------------o7.t1 I '.. r. F. W. Hahn. candidate 'focojlnty built and Inclosed with a lam waists tailor gown and coats] "''
._ LIABILITIES clerk who spent the greater enced lott a commodious stable and ..
Capital nock paid InSnrpln ______.. ""....__..".______!Jo.000.flO pcjrllon of last week, tne northern cow barn on the lot in the rear of his 232 Twelfth, Strut Miami
*fnnd___..--_------ ... 7.(0.00Undr.rded 6.0b.39National end:: of the county, returned to Miami residence corner of llth street and
Bank protlt.Notea.I..i oat.unding--upen add urn...-..paid...---.- 511,0OO.110 S4 ilyday night to spend Sunday with Avenue G.Crashed.' t t8uy
t Due..State Bilks and Banker..._._. 4744.n; his lamUy. Mr.'Hahn left again last
subject tu check -: 3.59 IJIIII 0.SDemand
lndiTidnaldepo.it. night for Delray. Hypolozo Boyntona4d'
.. n.41Lll
: rt'lIca. of Uepo.itCertined --- for sale.
rock Apply corner
I check. .----- ; West Palm Beach where he will
'- Ca bitr-.check onutandinfToUl _-__.--_11.54.115__..... tJ04 W..WL44 *tinue. his campaigning tour. Avenue B and 7th street

1 State-of Florida.-Cjnnty-- of Bade,H: Wi'pted-tJ: partner In bus- Arcadia Hotel Leased
nursery Your Easter[
!' 4o toleninl7 L Edward ewur C Romfn that the ea.bier..f abo .ctatenwnt the abore t.tree armed to Uu bank.bents I InRae. No capital required. Have Mrs. Sybil Jenkins' has leased theArcadia Suit'
J ; of mj knowledge and belief.: plenty of stock to begin with. Prof- Hotel In'this city for the
,: EDWARD C. ROMFH. Cashier Iti-idiTldeJ equally. Buds grow much summer season and will leave for 8a-
< farter on Largo than on mainland.Afldress luda. N. C., Where she will assume
...8fecTLF.Rt r.tor.ARAN.EDWIN A.WADDELL for farther particulars A. J. the management of the Hotel Charles

W.8 a.rss.'i.'sisr., sz&j&szofnii will Kemp Start Planter.a Farm Fa for the summer.SPECIAL BARGAINTwo at the Miami i: Clothing Qwpany ,

kr. .ion expire, Sept.,MOT. j taPL E. L.. Eaton who has been
Iota on 20th street not far from
i'. home for the put two weeks or more Avenue D for sale at a bargain. J. and ;save two dollars

.j,>) + will return tomorrow to Cape Sable this afternoon H. Tatum ft Co. I '
or morning. Mr. Eat-
1 V' ocLwill establish a farm there and will Will Return Today I'i
i catry'down several head'. of stock to General W. B. Shattne. who has been These two JeBars MIl swore yoa M extn pair of trcesm. i pair 1
bIij used In Ute cultivation at the
!.f on a two weeks cruise.on the lower
R.tJif pf dress shoes or a fuse felt hat BdJw "
same. The stock will be carried oaailijbter n I '
:;.. coast In his yacht Buckeyejn quest of
! towed by the'launch John tarpon and other game flah. II ev .s few;specials for this weds| '6I
B;,Rellly. .. ported to 'reUnrn horn thl*. after* .
It ... f,_ --. I ,
". .I '" i. ( { BOOB. Smooth weave blue Coarse ,
blue "
weave .
,. ,': wants Ie=list ytwsr p.spsny serge 'suits single $12 I serge suits,regular.. $9.. .
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f b54 i: -* ( Easter Service Largely Attended > breasted ack.atin price of ties salts ;
: .2 : NOTIC iJ' ;II{ Easter services la all of the Miami lined, t reg.. price$ 4., is $1L000. at 44.".<...*. -- ,.
: t the drrvooda; 'clothing {and churches were ,wen attended. bath
jewelry store win 'on May 1.,bests, morning, and evening the sermons 18 onnze black clay Dark..gray flannel
,," ling at < o'clock p.,m., daily excpt dealing appropriately 'wIth the ocean ':snits aatin linedY t"I'2" I : suits regular pnce tI O':
.I .,::....} ,. Saturdays, natU the first of No sion and thaJnndc being exceptionally .'regular]price >$14.00 "" $1X00, only a few "
'Q. J '.' [1. c.' 1ztV beautiful,. : .t... ........ lett.ti..t...... ,
If! .. ......' ir r$. .r:: .. vetaber., Miami liercaaata Aart.r special: program* being pre. ; ; .
'Carrie.' at mangy paaseagers; climb more hill; got just ast pared antrend, red. : onns'e' '- '- -' t '
f- j 16 black 4 dark
fast BBC* lea gasoline and tire; ia aafer.asd more easily .. ., clay grey ..
i- Oelsg. $i'J :; .
t..Nkaelwll..j" ''H (Have never I and.tan:: caaaimereaita 1
and, costs 1$9
fatel3edriM luxurious and'comfortable ; Mlarr.l'Traaater .S7'.uit"
;' iJ ; : a treble = 1 I 'steam)houseboat.-Vagaboadla f Company fists :'old for less than I' iai single and .
that eirfor Arable or sale 6" ddle-eoach.heavy draft
'i- teas ita kit pt.ice.repairs.::Uua'II1&DI'can>. Send for the REO book that tells.wby which ha been In these and adjacant' and farm horse" ,Harness earrlag ," :i$1LOO.1t:;;,.._p.fn..i: double ,breasted,.$9 at: .,'

f. -.. --.!' -----....-..-....-...,Ao",_- .._-;:..................'<.._.....-...'"!.". _i""'..* ...r... ,' aii Biters).tomorrow since ,early1 for.- Jack last otiTine.r season f, .4-: .... :- --. _"""-,-- A.a ..- ptoceed from there to Palatka-where Before shipping hone for the no [d ii Miss tUs Opportnalty of u&fa ywrselfwftb '
M wl11.cNfer.lor sale Ass
i' mer. we aa a
'' WwW'mac be laid up for the summer. Mr. line< of.honee.as ever came to the > seasonable doilies it extraoriflflary lew'prices ,
i J. Mellon her owner and family ,
Automobile'Co.13th State of Florida at reasonable price ,
"Miami will go north''by ran tonight TheVagabondla
i : : *. Apply at stable or, write to J. M.
; will be takes" to Jackson-
) :Street,,near Poatofncef, TjOle by Captain Tony Canon, who Hanley.] General Manager Miami. )'1&, Miami Clothing Co
J will| stop at Palm Beach and taltltcal'le EXPERT PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT ,
of the ferry-boat Palm Beach BUSINESS
tfeg tow boats going together to Jackcbnville. -
BEST REFERENCES 1306 Avenue D Miami
From there Mr. Canova will Florida
Proceed to New York with the Palm
Beach and place her on the market.
Great Reduction another and more suited boat being
purchased for the ferry run on utk 1 L i.
yA .. BurkhartLOCK .{ HELD UP FOR AN,
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WbrMartins EXAMPLE
; Shooting Gallery has a nIce AND GUNSMITH ,
la :Gents Summer Clothing and Shoes. tiLe this week for the highest score almost any carrle or wagon. ever
." manddlln: Hhere is your chance I il Expert submitted to our'attention will show.

u and Ladies Skirts .GOING AT COST.. I"tea t-;*- to have more music at home. Avenue between lath and 13th St. .!I our skill In. | repairing. No matter '

I how much out of order yew vehicle.

: may be we 1 Jmir be able_te pet jt j
i City Loan Office, Opp P. O. i-Sale. of Best Elgin Creamery Into trlffllng cemmlmion In 'comparison once te morn aavlng CeeT,In *

new purch.... '

I. Butter28c I J{A. DANN '3

si t .
.z. 423 Eleventh Miami, Flt jI

1 pound. 10 per cent. off for cash purchases --- I -{j

; .iiJ iiJand .J.mounting. to over 51. Phone your order and Miami t TraJsferCompany a 4'

i1.s: -\" uro delivery. if you c.in't call at our store

Thursday April 19th
22912 h street Phone, No. 157 and 1121 Arenne D, Phone 110
I Garage and Stable 11th street near Ave E. Phone Ko. 100
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f I[ Horses t, Carriages and

Iliagnolia Grocery Co. .I. Automobilesfor

K WIIARTOX. .Vanager! : by the hoar day, week or month.? Automobile storage
$2.50 $2.50 : repairs and supplies. Agent for tae [famous FORD automotiiles. -
Freight unloaded and delivered. facilities
: fhone 84 Corner Ave. D and 4th St lot moving> heavy freight. Omnibus meetsever'!( Special.train. Baggage ;
: irantiferred. ALL order receive PROMPT Attention.Shoeing.
and .

,,2 Wedded and Parted" --r----I ----r----- i ,;

3.00 $3.00 II I : :
i Thursday, April 19thAuditorium I I Cl.as5.Hoarse :


L. F. LaFontisee 7th
'Besides this patent Gibson te1I"e have n ode 1s of soft : 708 Std!
: black kid and gum metal in variety of shapes and de>.;igno.! JXurtai; ; wi 1 rise at 8:15 sharp Tickets on sale: at the Red -- r -t -

', They are here in all shape and leather at f 2 50 l and S3.00 : | Cross and Bisca> ne !Pharmacies

r f- Admission 35 and 50 cts. Dade: Co. Title Insurana '

K'O. t ,-- and Trust Company ,


: Meyers 6: l Robinson Paid Up Capital $75,000. Surplus $12.OOO;

1 Ins res land title.'prepares abstractsof jtitles,loan and '{
5. Contracting Electricians mv<:its money on its own account and fo{others. Acts aa| :t
c':;.' tf ag nt. attorney-in-fact, trustee, assignee, executor, re- y
: -. ceijer$ or guardian. Address all communication to s J

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It"I It is the Quality and }] Ills the Quality and

I our he Price goods.that popular make' Everything For The Hquse y the price .that mak J

, i' r cur jeers J mvaMosl ''Ii

If : Furniture, Carpets, Rugs, Mattings, Kitchen Utensil ,

1: _of every description i "

j pa.rik.'rr.B-ad.ge. I. :12th S-tree1.1VLia.; i. 'F :L orida. 1


orrlc.'Phon.3 H. ,M. KING! 'Phone 68 ,. \

:;. Any Undertaker and Embalmer w. F.1 MILLER 1 1


RESIDENCE 210.7th HONE 2a 418 128 RE .

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t. 8TREE.1"I :
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:: 'is. t..to be one on. which SUMMER
!f f you/wlll; ;have ,to purchase; f ,; 'lietiiOlla l}'a i : A nicely furnished fire room cottageat : I 1 I ,
!. > Llthla Springs ,(Ansteu). Georgia POP
Ii fI f! for rent for the summer at |2& a'i'
;t month. T. H. Tatum & Ca:

n A I; Mlleg Frailer is down from FulforJ I Get Blue gibbon Lemon or Vanilla ,,
{ ,this week.Mr I and give tour Easter desserts the The captain of the yacht Iris, captured '. t ':
( famous BIuA,'Ribbon Flavor. a five-root alligator while up In the I Ie sYayredre ...* fr i. VALUE IN' liGHT 1
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; Dill will have by''May 1. a nice Everglade yesterday. It was brought oft drink. All ethers, rakePop' .
k WEDDINGGIFT. six-room house for rent by the year.Mrs. I Mrs. Stansury' and Miss Haggles, back to the Royal Palm dock and but theyalt's all mete when oar stock Is I'Na sae 1
Norm Martinis I
who spent jibe winter In Miami are skinned. The hide will be dressed and eater t U.
front again at their St. George street home retained as a souvenir by. the cap highest prkuj 'cood in ta. -
Will Gantler has returned '
;in St Anguitine.Bmbrellarepatred. tain. t'*rt'*;a bigger too .?* were CIIIiIIa'
visit to West Palm BeaclL.IIOUIIR
a fortnight's I, "cascade"GingeAIe can be fOvntf aay were ta 1 1I tIN eta
Breeder wants to list "I I J
yew property
will collect yew rent*. and IMPORTED AND
Leave at Racket Store. I
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I" ; Mrs. Adele Walt, and daughter.MU: ."
f.;M; J I,,!' Capt. A. J. Canora ,spent Sunday Mrs. J. JU Lasseter and children.I J'I'Adele who hare spent the greater 1 DOMESTIC. OMAR
1 with friends in West Palm BMclLSummer who have been visiting at points in the part of the season at Mrs. R. H. Hnd-
dleston's, Glen11D..1L by De kox, ,, i
northern path of the State for the put leave tonight for lady byt I
We'll be ready for you when rates at the Rutherford month or more, are expected to return It Is rumored that Hiss Walt' of uprior try aai ta JIdIII& =
Ninth strait will return to Miami to make this her .J. ,to ditto at Ban Jdee& AD ear trt{ .
Boarding House 223 w. ..
home tomorrow morning. I ar's tM ....... .'
k1.* the day comes with, the rightf.f permanent home.' "Caeca**" In this .......,. are kept no that. Sonia .c fish ..

Goods at the RICHT"PRICESMAYNARD&SON Mr. Ralpfe Wilson left last,night for For Sale Ijlheap Piano and nonce-. There are. a let *f .....*!. i, raae % tat ...;
. :.!' ',' ., Tallahassee to attend the meeting .of hold effected See R. C. Me Griff at Lost Tribune wheel .:: -J ',the I. O.,O. F.... s..f electric light,plantA. molT Second: street and Arrant D. Us eee yes pt j j'
Finder wfll pleat return to Mtropoll eteMpkg r: w r '-5
'i :.. .,. c e.m'1 4 I ..... _
Picture frame made t* orJer.n ', office.
;; .' : It R. Gladwln. one of the JeUOJ 1r
.; ,' Racket Store. .... "stay-tatestleavet tomorrow' for' a I Mae erdsn p.sa .......tmit.. ','
!'f 'i short stay with a brother at Tltusvfll Mr. James A. O. Pennlngton of BalUmore.fav I HAYES
,Mr. and Mrs. Phlneas Whit*-and and from tier* he will go to Us nome'} a delightful bay party, i '
.{complimentary: to Mrs. A. P. Brown AcmeBottnJ.e; : ( t '
N. T. Word '
at Sberburfl
baby leave this week for their summer < "- 4 .
I and ,daughter Miss Gladys; last Fri
home at Lapierre. Mien. 4' ..' day; on board the yacht Hoosier Mitt I
.JEWELERS: "d OIl'TlCIANI ,.. '" For Ren),,- Four room fnmlaheJ Douglas of New York was also a guest ,.. ,,MIAMI- PLO IDA it 'i, TheCIg9ManOPPOSITE
R0SS4ER win eeHeet year SoreMrs. cottage on.;JOth street. SIB. Apply.to on the trip. Cape Florida. House of e<>...,'. I t' 1
1 Nod._to P.MdIM' MlawPUt de .- Darn MI'MT. Re.nge and other points were visited."Anything Sixth Str*.. Wt *f'tk*> tie F...ss,. : B BlSCAnmI ,,.
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:Barry BndgeJIUs Stella Budge "
and John Budge: hare'returned from i Gastyn Drake of the. Drake Produce f' 'ykou want done; aewaIkf, ., .- -9F. ...ws + ',,. "'t a1v.easMidmr. '
; Cuban trlp. 1 fcr? Company, went np_to' Jackaon- sewerage, landscape gardening roads .
: : aa enjoyable. : < ::
Miami .Skating M' 'i', y.... S&t1lt4ay'Dflht 'en route v>toNe built, lands cleaned.. Bee Fred Butter, DccoratiiMrCoflipaniiW. >> ;1
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;, York. He will make a visit;:oftwoweeki'Sefor Miami., '.
Fresh venison in stock daffy at the '
returning. ,> '
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Miami U17 and 121 AtesMMr. / .
: 12 < Rink If I Do. + ,. ilarDi '...I 1,t- .t "1.Waat_t><"'}P-$1.000* 'f'i for'' five i yean, on I I read There human are nature many in people the line who of can the .

FredMB. improved ,city,property..Box 71; city. band. They tell,to their own satisfaction I ? 'il.1
1., ...- .- _.-....", ._.._.>i",'- --. ,.. BeecV. iu..Dewey dbg'4o'bUNaeseamat.. of West Palm t.-. BCTf.r-Iyj-:: .... .....Mf.*V>T.......,.......' what kind of a person carries c
.,,..Opsa* to..10 a. m.."'.bphNn:_. '' IU&aItD4a"r'" ..;... Rev. T.T.; J'IIUDI'II.Who'JIU been I the hand. There are other who can p'G"b:1J: t
OpMSt.3p.M.- at hll'YIt1ti'bome-b re an season;1* 'tell a man by the way.he hold his .. :
*" ? Ie Po '..' '-, ;Ii". .... .. ;i.: r t' __ preparing Ito return to'his northern I head. There are others who can tell { .
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'Tuseday knarneen'reserved for ladle*. \V___ < y. nesday. nightWanted person he I.. and in each case there Is Paper Hanging'uld: K Isol I

Saturday forenoon. .reserve. *.-children. < '. Ww{ M.Pope, deputy clerk of the circuit [much truth. A Peat's Wall
To animals and Did to think envy ; i _1lnlnl-l I
COMPETENT INIT TORS >court: visited friends in West buy pets.Address' | yon ever stop that yon '
Daytona Animal Den. Daytona can tell a firm by its advertising? ?(
Admission 10 cent Skating 25 cants, Palm Beach yesterday. Fla.pMrs. ,Study the ads in this paper and you Call or write for Estimates. Phone: 315'Ave. D'"

Ithgt, Wt of Ice Factory, Upstairs I I will be surprised bow true to life tley; I .
Wanted Clean cotton: at this
no Margaret A. Groom has are. This Is a better test of our theory
office- turned home from a few days' trip re-I than any thing else. You know I
Palm Beach She accompanied I.the merchants and yon can Judge how i
ED.MOFFATSDairy Mrs. W. W. Strange, of Buena Matt mother Mrs. Arnold, who left last j far wrong we are.
was a guest of Mrs. R. 8. Flana week for Lexington, Ky.; as far as that I There are the firms who have been in LikeFidJAg.
Easter city. business a long time and have a fair
[business at a good profit They are
Clean cotton: rap at this I i satisfied to let things take their course
Lunch For Sale- Four mules and offlce. tel| I. Their ad tells that they; can be found
horse, at a bargain. Can at thre-j at the same old place and their gooey )
McNelll Livery Stables 18th 8t Miss Irene Vallle, one of the Bnrjlne are the same as usual so there is no
Everything including Avenue D.Mrs. I & Qvarte'man's millinery trimmersfor I|use to change the reading, hence their :
,new the season, leaves for Delray on ad stands the same all the year, and Money

the the George P. Carver and two i Thursday |o visit a cousln."JrlIII Nellie year after year. ,
building There are other firms who make
children, who, with Mr. Carver, A. Bro..1i.'i before returning to her
spent the winter months here, IB- home at Marine City 1I1ch.J sensational runs of prices below the "
cleanest and neatest dinIng to Boston. cost price and when ;you real it you :
turns Thursday
For 8ale Meat box and fixtures. In i look at*once for the hook for yon! know I .
room.In the jse four'months. Far below cost lit is a bait because no man can sell L
Fine tenement 12th street and the
W. E. Harden. 112 Avenue D.' goods below cost unless he makes it
Boulevard: partly furnished at reasonable I up some other way. ,
AN IDEAL PLACE price.. J. N. Chamberlain.I.Mrs. H :E. Briggs and sister, Miss There is the firm with the catch II
No. 109 Twelfth street.For sentence "We want your money." .
\ Kav4s. returned Wednesday ,
? rOR LADIES I evening from their trip to Key Westand That was a fool thing to advertise and -
Rent- Out of town residence the way it was run showed the firm 1
Havana, and
Cutler 8 rooms and bath. Bay front report having spenta I 2 Lots 14th Street
; $ was new in the advertising field. It on
most dl' btful1'&catioD. At Miami
Not Connected withe saloon
large grounds. low rent. Apply to was run until everybody was tired,
brief visit Mr.
they; to and Mrs .
Wm. Fnzzard., 335 12th street and the did want to, 1
papers not printIt I .
W. H. and Mr. and Mrs. R. 11
Buttermilk day at C. McGrijg/ the latter being a sister of any longer. Then that firm madea I
every\ BROMIER mean Safe Investment change of front and advertised that
ladles, .
the -- Tropical Sun.BroMlrlf
5c a glass. 'Light l refreshments Mr. Meeks. who owns an attractive they would fill any order made] to the
served ,dur, cottage on the Boulevard which was catalougne house for 5 cents less thanIt
occupied this season by Mr.: and Mrs wants to Rat your property could be delivered from Chicago. an10oveltyJorksonlv
all hours.3rd .
ing Geo. P. Carver, leaves for his homeat -1 Everybody said It could not be done between D
Boston, the latter part of this week. )lr, and:)Ire. Lee Russell, who formerly -j i I but the firm made good their promiseand
door east of Avenue D on llth I ; resided in Miami but who for the that is always the test of value of
street Front Bnildinjr. Maim' '1a. past twolpars: have been residing at advertising. Their ads have been of
THE RAGKET STORE Daytona aeft last week for Washington. the kind that It takes very little effort
Indlghich place they will make for the mind of the observant Intelligent
their permanent home. While in reader and buyer to see that i
I5 THE IUCfI Miami sir'rr,:' Russell was engaged in they; are up to Jate .and leading in
Youngs' His friends .
f armacy many their line.MIAMI
here wIsSJ him success in ,his new HARDWARE COMPANY. J'4 '

I home. l We want your money! I

I i I A Carload. of Peacock Inn Furniture. SaleIi' -

Glass. .. :"- $1500 each ,

i I _A4y, .' I Must Be Sold This Week I, I II

EASTER CARDSare Entire Furnishings of Peacock Inn
Just received. Bought before

more In demand each year u Cgcoanur Grove Dade Co. Fla. !
remembrances for' friends and loved the prices went up. AnythingIn i

ik..... ones,. and we have .the most varied s -- -- -
assortment from the, best selection the old 1'4
glass at prices.
a that can be made in the latest de- To Barents: School will Soon be Out! :
."r Etta,and styles in appropriate gifts f. G Brossier & SonIGOOAve

for sentiment those who stationery.. appreciate. exquisite :THE -- : :.
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Mi4ni} Conservatory of Music i! .

Will field a special Summer term May'let to August 1st, In Violin, D.-Mianri'; ,

:" w 'i W.. H. Chaile &'Son, Plan;. Kindergarten'Primary.Music. Call or writ for partlcu- i ii, ; .'.

; I..f'd term A fine opportunity. the young folks. Praetlc.Piaiol i '

< 1211 Avenue D. Miami, Fla., supplied ,.*.. REGISTER EARLY

I and 10 Cent Annex at.ISIS'AT*. IX FRANKLIN COLEMAN BUSH,.Director. 225 Twelfth Str*.t Counselors and iContractors|i Reaftjrr

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THO8. W.' MATHER y i-1-----: i r: '/1

I as a caa-
of .. MIAMI. FLORIDA Political I I'' dldatf! for the once of tax collector

tfacfcanlcal and, Hydraulic Enyinser I'i of of thftj DUe Democratic county subject primary.to the action

WtadmUls. steel tower taaka faa- Thomas J. Hardee.
&.. pomplng engine, galranliedMA AnnouncementsI!i F :. _
Mack pip at whole**!* Special
esa'I' ery designed and built Agent 1, District No. 4 t tTh t
.r ids. Acetylene; Gas Oeaeratora. I IAaaoaacem..ou ? desires I
,:friend of A. Lee Allen
/rtbabeadingwill I' to pia.ce his name before the voters
be inverted until after the I>.mocratlc -
Primzrie.ia the Daily Metropo- I of Dirte County for the Once of CountY -\
;ic: R. L. Mercer liffor-SlO.OU: Weekly Metro Meekly I5.O). Commissioner subject to the actionof
and Me-.
or trooolit in both tor the 110.00.Positively daily.: I tne Democratic primary election once more atBURDiNS

to bi3eId May 15. 1906.
:t ,207 AVCMC D aoaalloaacellleal..illbe
lanerted onleu accompanied by the FOR
Groceries Provisionsand
|f District No. 4
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Vegetables Tug friends of J. J. Holly announce : i ::

_.. For,Representative. hlmis|, a candidate.for County Convmlsslbner
p Fresh-- and-canned-meats- -, butter To the People of Dale County: in District No. 4. subject i J
,r At the request of friend, and witha to tjie action of the Democratic Pri .

Ii: : "eggs and cheese, tin.ware desire to serve you In the State Legislature mat,)'t ,

ft.' ., ,tobacco, cigars, etc.; Olll'pnas I announce myself a,candidate FAR COUNTY COMMISSIONER ,
for this office subject to the Democratic
''k are in line with all compe- Second District

titorsv:. .: ;. Give rus...a'call.fas I respectfully primary to solicit be held the la support May._ol FIends of William Helm, announce You will never be able to get shoes as cheap again
'It ,.- .. ,
: : If for county commissioner
the people o: Dade county and .
elected. I will faithfully and Impartial rom.the Second district, subject to the. We will NEVER se 1 them asCHEAP:!{ again. ... "',.,?
1t. ': The Good Old Summer Tim discharge the duties of. the offlc. ctlott of.the Democratic primaries.
;. You,wyi) ,Find at'Jobnsou '' and will do all In my power for your Sit; Helm la a successful business ,
best Interest and welfare. I trust to mate enthusiastic for good roads, aAratClass
KinS bare the pleasure of meeting the rot civil engineer, and well )ril the -9thAbout
& TOM p ers at an early date and discuss all quipped to fill the oIDce.OR Beginning Mmay,

feI public Questions.and defl&e fully my
*' reference taeretex ; :

5 and lOc' office I recognize Is a public the fact trust that and a should public .,Respectfully First announce DistrictI myself u 70 pair of ladies' fine 2.50 oxfords -DRY GOODS :

you honor me with your rote, I will a cinJldate for the once of county left out of last weeks sale. We sold over :I': 'L-, ,"

i Store highly appreciate your confidence and onimissloner for the First District one hundred pair of them'at Cl Buy ejoiir catirc. tree M feiccsi w, have :1R
Variety will be loyal to your Interest"Respectfully.- ubjict to the action of the Democratic 45 .
last week. Broken sizes I i added greet barfajsn k IwEcs ds! .
'", 0 _, ; primary of May 15. 1.90 v -' ::1.Ii :1.
houkep. O. A. Worley. ,
Ay useful article for light -If Barry DuBols. gingha
to0. In tin, granite and wooden war*. Jupiter Fla. 20 piece.percale and. !. ms.' worth 12c
A miss line of door and perch' mate.Lawpa s F fi;RepresentativeJannounce $}i A fine new line ,.of ladies'' oxfords and and 15<; for .. ......... :,.,ii.r.v] :....f". 'j.

nigs. Conch-hata, etc. 'A assMltlsns I..Jierebf my 'candidacy ,FOR" COUNTY COMMISSIONER 1 bals of every description, ,new stock. 20 pieces percale and ginghams worth lOc ,.J
m.rtenentoftoUetarticles ,
for the position of Representative JP Second District be !! and'12cfor . .
-r fkr ladle and gentlemen Outfitter rom: Dade County To you'I sub- olthe Democratic Voters of Dade Should not ona aargaln t190 : " '.'f..uu..6"C ,;

IM small ware, for !light houkplngNA. 1I11t. the question of:.qualifications County: y counter at all. 2.50 and $3 at, A large (Jot of odds and ends in.wmte pique, :

1017 AVMMM D, .Miami Fla. to represent 'you;In'; Out canadtyj If .hereby announce myself a* a candidate ,/ madras duck and fancies,!worth from lOc ;
t 'p flomlaatet at the Demoaatlc'primaryand for the office of County;Commissioner to 40cJ during sale 6jtc, 8>ifc, lOe:. 12,4'c. 20e .;
elected at the general election I from the Second District I]13.50; 4.oo and five dollar men's shoes In ,: I. -' JI.
shall devote my best efforts to your ,' '' 20 pieces cotton voile in all solid color, worththe '
ofDade county subject to the will 'eve
!-Wire service aad the welfare and upbunding ; stock., From fro.n 15 to 2Oc for,, ._ T.v..10c .
Me the *
for Of Democratic voters as expressed best manufacturers ''''' '''''
of Dade county shall receive my in'the -
earnest consideration. .' r' tjihe coming primaries. ,, .2 9 .50 piece*" I u.men wor from lOctolSc, ,,
p ; 'I ,
____.___ __ __ ;
world _
C. Jonea
;; ... .
0--* t (Respectfully 1 f r... .... ..., .. .8c,10: and 12c
Palm'BeacX Fla. J
5-j *!3 t-- .<' -J- WVj Wstioa.For ielt ,
dfn'WirQ'for'You'I 'r Stetson shoes while the last '
j, :
Clerk .. COUNTY COMMISSIONERFifth $440 '
County ,i flft-T._.___, _. :: QL
Dl'strtetI --- -
;,With tall appreciation..f.the mlgm :i I'' BABY CAPSA .:i.
.# :lofie:17G, I honors asked fur and promising falta- r I hereby announce my candidacy tot .. 1 .
\ fad performance of duties If elected I rej.Dmtnatlon-to,the once of County All and children's, shoes "'"
boys', girls a fine line of baby silk and lawn caps, tobe.'closSdbutreganllessbf <
: CH. BROWN hare,therhonor.to aaaounce myself a Commissioner,"subject to the'action : '
I\: .candidate toe the offlce of Clerk of the ot'>the Democratic.''primary ud '=- 20% discount. chance to:save money .:' .cost r'n "

CTOCALCONtRACTOR Circuit Court of Dade County sad ask U eli c the support of'my Democrat. _
; for JOV''''la'tWtrUdary' of Kay friends ::"" :" Those worth25cfor:1,;. .;..;... -.4l5c
'" Infant's soft soles at-_:: .. ....4 '.
3. -
lita. Those wort'4Oc .c
.. :: for
Aran C ... r.jfrado E. :
f 1113 -
. .j ":;., Those worth SOefor.r..V..h.3Sf! : : )

:;. ,- .;: "..:CeIIft" GI :f? COUNTY COMMISSIONER; white Oxford Ties)::at'SI.OO t t Thoa*worth 75cioT"tty:";,'.-.:::;':!'," ;;.40e-i, t
II; '-'* ,- Ladles : L25or..j.............
take this'method of aanounciagfof l.iJ I!! : District Ne.v .. : Tfaoeworth 65c-
f Voters t. $1.20 '1.30 1.80 aid $1.9 ..t4i- *.. < Ar Tf}
3. ia & ; >thd'otloe T the of Dad County ... ,..... It1l-r veto, '* '> J
J1 oat bu&Ktta&da ;
to :}
'! )3B' YNfh> .'Dr1CMrhot FoBrtitorlDade County.saaJeettotheaodoa :;t:hereby,announce myself aa a eaWate !.: '- .., par, 1* < tff.. ter.fl t > ,Tji7TtTlt
or the DtJD oratioJ for momlaadoa to the doe .
/I elttct: 1U' '1 pica A: /J4T, W. Haha. (;-County Commissioner la District. \ <
.. DRUG I No; I,' subject to'the action of tkeDemocratic WALP Burdifceiiv'vf L3I6a3I8Twethi St
efecUoa beheld
primary to .
s Fer Cleric of the Circuit Court .. 'f "
To Ute Democrs'lc.,Voters of DaleCOttW i KaT' IltJ1" ,''Mot- -, Il! A'f JtV r...;;; ,r. mushy i '. .

eC Q.ANY ;; : stusis st .* ,I i| T. A. Wlnfleld. ._ u..'. ... '.. ., ... __. ,_ .._ ,. ..,
to thelath. -- -
I :aJhrebf'preatimy.aam; 1 i V.
: ..... cbmtngtDemoorsUc prIo : FOR'COMMISSIONER., 1 f "Ca t*| wMarias .
1 District Ne. I trice; subject'to'the primary election
vary as candidate for clerk of tae "
'i: circuit court for Dad county. 1'6 the Democratic'Voters- of Dade to-be held May II IMS. .Oyster and: Chop, House: .
Baring resided acre for twenty-fire [County: J. M. English
year I t Invite Inquiry and InreeUfar H take this method, o: announcing '
Siea Fobcl ;
don of those who do not know me per* !lit candidacy for the offlce of county I FOR CONSTABLE Our Specialty *
; ;onally.as to my reputation u a citizen commissioner from District No. I, subact --I Tenth District '
Medicine my re ord u an official la yean } to the action*of the Democratic I hereby announce myself a candidate Oysters by plate, quart or gailon.! '
:aat aad.my fitnessani"competency 'dmary.' : On account of being engag- for the once of constable In the Meal erTcd at all hour if/f.. '41012th Street, Miami, FlondaThe -,
1, far the office to which I aspire.If J, in vegetable growing It will be 1miwsible Tenth Justice District, subject to the .
FA I. In medicine. be careful elected I promise fair and courteous for me to-make a personal Democratic Primary to be held May

in .what buy and treatment to every.citizen at tie canvass of the county," my crop de 5th.. 1906.>
;you. Hands of every person ,connected with landing my attention-Just at this Pierre S. Titus. Cntiiibntal; j
J 'where you buy it. It Is: lae: office. ": 5'g.e.'I This being the case I earnestlyitge I
Soliciting the support of every voter } all my friends to do what they FOR CONSTABLE
1- not only Important that j jrno considers competent and capable gn in my behalf. R. L. WaIl Tenth District Atlantic
Beach Florida
I hereby announce myself as a candidate ,
-, ''the best value I am respectfully:- ; .
you get Eugene H. Dtmick.t FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER for the once of Constable in ti r _j'Mr.
? but also that you : of Palm Beach Fla 5th District I Tenth District of Dale county, sub .II Eo BEMIS it ,Manager
jest to the Democratic primary and .
'" :) 6 1lr.-Kirk Munroe.of Cocoanut Grove,
i ; get goods that' glv'e you 'For Clerk of the Circuit Court ,'Ing been unanimously 'nominated' ask the support of all my friends.Respectfully Opened March 15,1906

f satisfactory results;;we ,,Believing that my services for the f Or county commissioner by a mass Wilson..
I; have for arlor car, Palm' Beach to Ada tic. Beach, train.741
a reputation I oBoe of the Clerk of the Circuit Court jounce his candidacy' subject to the + ,
satisfactory 'luxJISes me for the position I herelUu J-tion o' the Democratic'primary. Mr. FOR CONSTABLE f
furnishing DistrictI
I respectfully announce my candiIMV -- |unroe has been a resident of Dade take this Tenth method'''\ of announcing, On Allan ic Ocean, 20 miles from Jackson Hie, via KE.C; Ry I
and., Reliable Goods.. : for Clerk of the .Circuit Court :%fiunty for more than twenty years, candidate for the office of
myself a
subject to the approval o. the Demo !({firing which time, be has shown an
constable for the Tenth district, subject -
if "n iic ..rilULl). -. J3ia.1s.agglng! and zea'rttt-the-v.canse.steadfastly of good to the action of the DemocratIc -, The Continental i ids the latest addition to the famous ''i
., S O. nttA.i has promoted
; election to be held May .
Primary .
r. "very worthy Interest of our greatatty. Florida E ast Coast Hotel System
) Therefore we ask for him: 15th.. 190C. 1
t- FINE CANDIES i To the Democrats For County of Dade Clerk County: ;'ie hearty support of all good citizens SAMUEL ,OUXDTREE. Bicycle chairs ponies for the children golf links tennis \

AND CIGARS. I ;it the coming primary. FOR MEMBER COUNTY I billiards and pool.Jball for danc-
I I take this- method announcing "i. court bo vling alleys room ,
(Signed) W. J. Shone.
,. ir.y Clerk candidacy.lu ject fur to the the office action of County of the ,t B. S. Potter. BOARD-OF- EDUCATION "ing auto nobiles, livery! -service, surf bathing fishing deep '.

: I fViEocratlV primary and will appreciate :2 Geo.. Richardson; To the People of Dade County: nd fres water 11. I
any support that my -friends j! Committee.FOR l'rgent'request for Use of my nameat I I'' j
1: TeL 3. Cor. 12 St. Ave. D can, give me. Respectfully, the coming Democratic Primary
Z. T. Merrltt. COUNTY COMMISSIONER as candidate for membership In the IInv.
I Second District county board of public Instruction igat Before Investing,
or For County TreasurerJo Fo the Voters of Dade County: finds me not well equipped either a* / .
the! Voters of Dade County: -? :!. I hereby announce myself as a candidate partisan or as once-eeeker. But it Is
'{ 'We are Now Ready to hurrdsh Baring been Identified with Dad. for nomination to the once of ;true that .I'have had some experienceas 1
rotary since 1S9S; having; don the:; ,j-ounty commissioner In District No. f. an educator; and If, as such the Wind Power
;. err best I knew how as an indlrldv :subject to the action ef the Democratc people want my service in the modest "
:.. Tribune, SnellIi bah citizen to make it a prospo-on* Primary Election to be held May but Important once indicated. I know Has t4n adopted byj: the best people off the country as the ,4'
unrr: having lived at hot1 end*":"15th,. 190G. Geo. B. Baker. of no sufficient reason tor refusing cheapest Pjjffer for raisin water. :\ote1he people who hare Z "
and other '.' the count}r and baring Oiled *: I this! service. I do not feel the lure them/thjajrcould have! steam gas and hot air too if they want A. ,
ibl'.c once so that the people m../; : FOR TAX ASSESSORTo of once and I can not contend for ed it/I/ andle the best mill made and mike a specialty ol this' "
lOW: whether! I do'10 conscientious- ; the Democratic Voters of Dade office but I stand ready to respondo bUI'a and with mj pump mechanism that I hare just been
makeslof BfcyblesThe '-, I now'. offer-myself as a candidate! : County: any reasonable request to serve. (ntjed a patent on. ,I will guarantee to Double the capacity,' .
[1: ..r tbe 'office of County Treasure!;': I will be a candidate for re-nomlna Tbe rest Is up to you Talue and life of any grind milt outfit 'Any infringementswtll; '
\ primary: :don at the coming Democratic primary; W. W. Fans. be pr > ecuted.
'" for the office of,Tax Assessor and respectfully Miami Fla- April 11. J :
net that my friends whether In the solicit your support ,
;ty -or country will not forget men Geo. O. Butler.CONSTABLE I
the.day: of the primary. In re'.nrft c H\f\ PERRY] Cocoanut Grove, Florida, ,

.r which I promise, if elected. 'J& FOR i < *
-rf3rm'tbe duties of the once with; Tenth District 441 -
'< much courtesy accuracy "$ I hereby announce myself as a can :
-omptness n I give to try prime -.li M ialness Geo. G. Cnrrle.K the; Tenth Justice District of Dade
ounty. subject to the Democratic prl
'& : >cary and ask the support of all my;

goods bicycles are the best and other stan- "t(the hereby Voters For announce County of Dade Treasurer myself County as: a canj js$!I friends. John Respectfully F. DeBerry-, UPIin I r The Miami i ;Surgeon anQ.Spe eoia1ist i .

dardgoods on the market. date for renomination to the oQeijt !
: county Treasurer subject to the' FOR CONSTABLE If you ai e a sufferer fioto any Chronic Disease, UlcervTnmors, Cap-

Hartford and other Tires. tlon of the Democratic Primary' announce;Tenth District' cers ot any Blood Disease, Catarrhal Diseases of Head, Throat .
I hereby myself as a cantildate
fiction to be held May iSth.
Coaster Brakes' Pitted to old C.. H.. = for the office of constable of L rags, Stomach,1 or Bowels Dyspepsiatndigest'on( Rectal "

wheels; 'AH work guaranteedBest i Miami, F1L the Tenth Justice District o: Dade the selling of meats as well as in Diseases, Female Diseases:
aunty, subject to the will of the Dem-
other things. It's the quality of our
wheels for rent For Tax Collector l | -ratic voters, at the coming: primary Electrical Aids. 8ome
new :ieau that wins new friends and pa- 1111 l Latest pathic 1
0 i the Voters of Dade County; &, >!ec.tion.: W. H. Morris.
ions,very day. Bj;. the way, have you
231 12th Street Blue Front at i hereby announce myself as a Can _\ 'ver tried us On aa order for roast a Urge stock of Specially prepared remedies for Special ,"rorki
ute. for rfnomlnatlca to the office FOR CONSTABLETenth \
ef? We offer the best Florida and
etna '
'Carroll: & Clark County action of Tax.the Collecto'v Democratic subject Primary| .1 hereby announce District myself a Western beef to be bad. Ladies[Maid Always in Attendance

l>*; held May IS. Uo<<. v& date for nomination to the Ca\ldl-I \ B. Doane. I -
T. N.'Oauaer|'i Constable in .the Tenth I. Prop.,, U in Metropolis UiIiDFrom: 9a. m. to 4 p. m.Sun excepted i iI

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I O DI5ANCEAn I If I him 'during'said 'Inspection and shall -

CITY notify at once the owner agent or occupant I -

; _rdi! trace creating'a sanitary,J-!I of any such premises found to f

fM: : P-I I :REM riding partment powers prscrlbeJharen;fon.pfgviding'for"jfdr the the appointment,city their the of Miami duties removal: officers pro and of 1 i. b be be within,?,unsanitary placed said five owner.in days and good agent after unless sanitary said'or said notice occupant condition premises shall; ioai.isija g i11SWe

shall such
of then Insuch event he cause
filth ana iarbage, the regulation
agent or occupant to be arrest-
sanitary U).tters within this city aca ,I I,
ed and brought before the municipal
prescribing for the provisionof
WE penalties I I Judge of the city of Miami, to be tried : '
the : offer few choke properties for the 10 ,
sale of the digs
to the ordinances |I
according ,
W. L. Douqlas Shoes for Men Be it obtained<< i>'y the City Councilof i I city of MlamL I as follows" : ... .
the Cttf of Miami! : i f
Sec. 16. It shall be the duty of the
$2.50 3.00. 3.50. and 4.00 Section That the committee of chief of sanitation to see that all 2 lob, 50x150 on paved street 'nlftn part of city, each .....947540

.' i asage'of the city this of constitute Miami shall klthchen slops, garbage.swlll and night 1 lot on 10th str et, near, Ave. C, I> big bargain-at ... ......90500 ''
:W SELL, sanltatlo1t'- soil in the city o' Miami Is removedas'
for the city of Miami Fifth .ach..L.. ....... .. .
frequently as necessary with due 3 lots on s fit .... ._. ....945000

I Gibson Girl Shoes for Ladies with such jdaties and them powers by said as may ordinance consideration of good sanitation and \ House and lot on Third street, 6 rooms, I fine place, easy terms, $1100
be contend upon which such .
.' ,2 0- 3.00 3.50 $4 and $5 0!{the said city. unless kitchen the slops premises garbage upon, swill or night One.hailiot on Twelfth"Street, fof! ........... .._... no ... ..... 25iDIJ.

R _. Sec 2, That the city physician of soil Is found, shall be cleaned By the Elegant home sij 8th atreet..H.; ...... ..... ..- .... *
the city 6t Miami shall be the health of such
owner, agent or occnpaot
offlcer of$aid city and shall be a practicing (premises within three days' notice 1" .

physician residing In the Incorporate made by the chief of sanitation, then Riverside lots are, selling .rapidly]!j I but, we have a few choice ones
T HraUi of the city of Miami and it .shall be the duty of the chief of left at the
following price:
' perform such duties ia shall be I '
,, E'pJ I R E shall sanitation to cause such owner, agent I .
-'t r '. preacrlbed; by the, ordinance;of said or'occupant to be arrested and brought JI -
.; : : J' f ', before the municipal Judge to be tried Comer lots on Twelfth Stnet.Twelfth i... ...... .... .......... .91250 jI
\ -sec.(3J
-- '' H iVi "t.1 The health offlcer of thecity 11.
.J ': 1\-(' { f j; "hi.1./ I :: ; : .the end of each according to the ordinances of said Inside. I ota on Street. ...; .... .... ... .....91000 <
of;MJaml shall at the end that the owner, agent'nl"occunant ? .
... M city, to
I month make a report to tlie'Board of of the premises shall keep ''''dO_ ::lots on ( her streets....1j. ....p 1
Health of' the city. of Miami as He 'the same clean at their own expenseof Comer lot on th'r streets.... .!.. ...... ......... .......1OaO. a
The Educator Shoes and Red Seal Shoes -gnefilbalth( of the same. all garbage decayed meats and : '

for Misses and Children shall alsoj! icsae .at the end of each fruits, vegetables potatoes, rubbish I f 1
p month dUplicate bulletin; of and slops, swill. night sojl and ,all Remember that water, sewer, lights, paving and stews railway wR1 \ 1
50c 75c. $im $1.50. statlstlcar:cne of which shall be filed< unhealthy and unsanitary matters. of
with the);Board of Health of the city whatsoever. a I be down there In the next sixty days !
nature "
; SELL of Mlanjlj and the other with the any Sec. 17. Tnat It shall be the duty 11 !

aD kinds of White Shoes for Meg.f .' I State Board'' of Health of the State of of the chief of sanitation to report to "

W men and n. Florida' Sec. 4.p|'Tbe Board of Health of the the In each city council month the at the condition first meeting of his

rF ; city of Miami shall from time to time and any changes that. yiay J. H TatUm & Co.

} : t l AT LOWEST<< POSSIBLE; PRICES ,"' 1 R: '. make IJt'-.lbelr Such suggestions, opinion shall to City:promote Council department be furnish needed said therein city council and he with shall estimates also .

: the general healthfulness of said city of expenses of the departmentof ;
and relate to all matter of ,sanita .
tion. || shall sanitation also at as the may end be of required.every'' month He .

; M :P I E Sec. Sp Any physician or'person re with the city treasurer an i
1t1; "| t to ;the exist
: ; i" cefvteg ence or{-|!ny'infections formation M or contagions; funds Sea and 18. moneys The committee collected of by;sanitation him. wm. Curry's Sons ;

J. : ; ? aiseasMsin the city, shall Immediately ,
-A 1 ; tt i of the city council by and with
of shoes is well know rroughoLtthis : report?same to said health officer the consent of the city council may '
The quality our : who shall hare full power in conjunction such other rules and regulations ii Key; West. FloridaHEADQUARTERS I ;

entire community and therefore needs no comment. wfi the Board of Health of said adopt as it may be deemed proper to the ., ,FOR .

We'carry the largest line in Miami to select from and, city to take such action deem or mate such city of Miami for the general health Ship Chandlery: B
orders il they may necessary the ukldingMat
Interest to city
all who buy :from us can rely upon first class goods at to prevent the spread of said disease. and Miami best sanitary not inconsistent with theordinances 4i

remarkably low prices Our stock is new and freshand Such action not being Inconsistent of of the said city or of the imuln. Of All Kinds.

guarantee to givegood service Money-Refunded- with r th >roles and regulations of ther1"Ot"IfealtDot'tbetttate Board rules and of Health regulations of the of State the of State Flor tat and Ice; Si Rallwllinl, ll.4in.'sliep.A.e1,1ill "

.l of, Ftort a. cmafoe !
for who ida. kinds ; :Boiler"and SteaoTFtttiaf dom
Sec. CI That eYerylNrson. otrepalnnf. at.1 tail
Bargains in every department dies death certificate shall be givento I'.l,Bee. It.' The owner premises, agent or In occupant the shortest.notice > ;the bcstpoeaible manner by expert HMM m.c'---w
., .. f the undertaker by the physician attending of any or street or ;
-. city of Miami abutting any 1
r :' In
where physician
to ': t.\ ;fad, no 'I I avenue where there is a public sewer, CAN'T MATte a
attendattc>. by the city '
coroner, stating thereon the name, shall connect the drainage of said lot fa tlpflig u. rii t+owwtb

color, .age. cause and .time of death or premises with such sewerand shall ? aptbd tdianlbg,I a. > zay
M lJ Ii J ;'" v. j etc.:or; be deceased. f::'; j>- fin up and destroy 4'D1 cesspool privy f t I ale :rprlas''tlf oar .....'
r See' Kj AH birth shall be reported or privy vault or other arrangement on 1Wr.... Ira p tstt! ,We >

monthlyjjby the attending physicUh., Mid premises'foe: the: reception" "';ol 1;j .t l Istp.ilN }i" f

tr or where no physlrian Is in attendance drainage of fecal'matter. M.UMMNO J0; '
(1tEUng the 'aervlce of any
20. Upoa
$8ec. ;
mil-wife or head of'the
by.thetI ., order or direction' or ,copy 'j thereof, t'.hi. .:..r.tM1 \
; Every undertaker having I made by the city council upon the -con. k s ssr '1'1ee.'a ;

Hats, ,.. In charge a dead body for burial or :I owner, agent or occupant of such lot ;;. I II Prim* ptanblBc to lie doss at taalf "
.. transportation shall "beforeA>> ,making or premise. so to do. the said owner 'ti why w. ask for lOW 3.Ids.A tllat# 5Y
iT snclT' burial or ransportaUom, b4',lnpoMestloasotth agent or occupant lhan'within thirty z+,} oar good wale: PrtoMBOktarotters. OaRIe
> 1 &aecewary certfcateofdeath'1id'upon Jays of such notice, fill up or destroy t )i r: ?. ::. t .
.. any such cesspool.-privy, privy.vault r -':' r.Wv
the lank tafeoo! -
61CIluN1 "CO'
,. III .r.,. .. or other-other-arrangement-for-4h ...,.. -..... :
,,' xu 1 f' ; J. nectlon-thereof2..furnlsh'va: certificate : -It. Avenue .
.. ., ; tion of drainage or-focal matter, on t
.,...Jo..,...ruuJUi_ .. .- .. 8 .. '" of burial sor transportation.i 'said,premises and connect such'closets :,
1r Sec:tt No person, persons'or cor-. --' '- .t -
poratl(;shall create,maintain or con .and drainage from such premises ;
Ton Wart Your feet AsAttracttve
,Suit Cases tributelo a nuisance or condition with the said public sewer. iitrac -
: A3 Vonr face Get which iff i the opinion of the said health Sec. 21. All closets, privies, privy :ors AND .rrOpertyIOwn ers.; :

vaults, cesspools and other arrangements
.. -. officer Hs, prejudicial to the public I
; ,Etc. YMT shoes.at TkEBtfreEmpire health M the{ city of MlamL. for the reception of drainage or If yc u don't want to SAVE MONEY$: "
matter kept or maintained on
Sec. f q. Any, who violates the fecal
proceeding sections person or any rule of tie such premise's' *aftef pme"5pee1fiedln; we can't help youj If-you.,,do-come, to '

'' Board W Health made under authority such notice: Is hereby decreed a nul ;:
'Store The
Dig.Goods hereaf |,upon conviction thereofshall sance and may be abated and' destroyed T A. McDonald Co.and
sanitation. .
be lineal' not less than one dollar nor by the chief of
more than; $100 or be imprisoned not I Sea 22. In' case any owner, agentor
'327 TWELFTH STREET, MIAMI to exceed 30 days or be both fined and occupant of- any premises shall b ij your building material lOU(Leaf
Imprisoned at the discretion of, the violate the provisions of Section 19, 20 .
All delivered to any part of city free of charge eonrt.ji and 21 of this ordinance by falling to
packages and'il
I. Yellov Pine of all kinds.
fit nuisances men Cypress
*' r.. ** u -- Sec. That all matters or things abate the nuisance or
pertaining' to the sanitation of the tioned in said sections; or If any person -
I city oQHaml.: shall be under the supervisloI shall be guilty of maintainingany Ve also sell Lime, Brick :''J(4[ kinds), Cement, Sash Doon
of the chief of sanitation and of the nuisances defined in the< "'
Mouldin js, and whatever; else a builder requires
the Board of Health of the city of MI, proceeding sections of this ordinance
ami, who shall form the sanitary departmettt such owner'agent or occupant or person j at lowest possible figure. j Miami I

[.Miami Business i Directory 'of said city which said departmeitt shall upon conviction thereof ti rou Know where, we are ': 14th Street Florida
Is hereby created. 'punished by fine not to exceed $50, or: .. :
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.1 Sec.H2. The sanitary Inspector ot: 'II by Imprisonment for nor more than
the dtj of Miami shall be chief of thirty days, or by both such fine an.!
sanitation and shall all duties Imprisonment In the discretion of tht
I I TIM Out of Town Buyer and those within the city will find In th I' .
> court.
Merchants underclassified which Me now Imposed upon or ;
of Miami
addres s
list below the which hereafter be prescribe" Sec. 23. All owners or agents of
ittay or
heads for ready reference I
by the."city council. lots, if vacant or occupants of lots 01 Fort Dallas Land Company
( Secii 3. It shall be the duty of the premises if occupied in the city, shall
i L a.. BRADY eV CO. BUROINE': A QUART ltRM I chief ,-el sanitation to see that the keep the same clean and In good saneltary
Dealers la Dry Goods"Notion* 'I streeti yards and highways of the condition and free from all growing '
Trash tI"4.Veptab. aDd Ladles' .rnrnlaotacsIOOS02 I'city or-|Miami shall be kept clean of weeds and vegetation or of and /"]
Are D. filth rubbish, garbage and,other un- other matter or thing that may be a
Cor. 1UamJ..J'IL ltlamL.i
litt Brett. 12Ut 8tw !
t sanitate matters. It shall further be menace to the health o* the city.
Faacy: Grocer. Hay.,'obit B. /CREYENtnd 1t the Jiti'} of the chief of sanitation to Sec. 24. It shall be unlawful to throw Has on its Lists ...
see thi ordinances, now' In,exist or' deposit 'any kind of refuse mattei,
Hapes rerUUser Dealer la Drug. Patent Malt .
t ence en; shall be passed in reference vegetable mineral, liquid or solid,
rlaes. Toilet Article*...Stadoi1J07 to sanitation of said city shall be fulfilled fermentable or non-fementable, animal) .
.J. L LUMMUE AvennVD.,. 'KJ mL., :iad carried out or fl h. or fowl. Into or upon any public

r:1a Groceries Grata see 11. That for the proper execution square, street unoccupied lot or Intu some particularly attractive kite for 3.
BECK. WILSON A HUODLESTO. otjthe duties devolving upon him,, the waters of BIscayne Bay or the {
I Hay ana FntOlun.. Real"Estate*tad"Inaara.ea'lag the chief of sanitation'shall have con Miami river within the limits of the both residence and business pur '

12ft. Stsuet. Miami Flat Bolts J. {. and IS20 ; trol *Jih and by the' consent of the city of Miami. a
II Twelftk street ICtaaU. J'I.j city cpnndl! of all the stock, wagon Sec. 25 Owners or lessees of any poses. An investment in Miami real}
; '
and a4liances-which'are now owned:! lot or premises shall perform all acts

THIMAONOUA.; GROCERY.' co. .A. -d.-CAMPBELL I by ,hf,clty or may be hereafter. pnr- required of the occupants when said estate is! safe; sure of quick returns
tat, chased fortbedepartmenr of sanitation lot or premises are unoccupied.Sec. .
D ef.la.oroeeri.Ba1.t Orm ,,-. <, Dealer-." la, Dry :Goods" ,, 'C3otktn ': ; ; atjj shall have authority to hire %6. No persOn shall within the I

t J.. 'fp .. t.i8 -i', ;;Gents''FaralsUncs.! ;.;* aCar. ': with *4J by the consent and approvalof I corporate limits of the city of Miami .
'Are.: :.r>-aid ,4tJa St.:"'.MlainC Ha. Hi Means r s tr .. HUmi IUf !thirdly: Council and to discharge sell or offer for sale, or expose for sale .
by an4l with, the consent of the City or have in his possession with Intentto B. REILLY J. f.INGi AMAM.
Count fall employees of hU depart. ,sell meat, fish, bread, vegetables T ,*
: ment and to contract by and with the poultry or other articles Intended for
oonsettj' of the city council all suppliesof food which! are diseased, corrupted, JOiN; Dallas 'Land Vice-President Dallas
I.JD1tdi& aLft department'provided; con. tainted or unwholesome. si "
Florida. Land Co. :
Miami .
.111g! tract.1(1 the aggregate does not exceed :Sec. 27. That any person or per ,
the amount appropriated for the ', I sons violating any s cert Ion of this

I ., partmftnt of sanitation. '> i* ordinance, the penalty; for which has c.I .
I I II Sec$5.|; It shall 'oe the duty of th< :, not herein before been specifically provided I .
'l Machine ,Shop fhlefJjt sanitation of the city of Miami for. shall upon conviction be I "
: i Kj give -'bls entire personal time punished by fine not to exceed $50:; or

:i Across The River. and aljentlon.theduties of his office I IbY, Imprisonment not exceeding! thirty I M. J. Yarborough '
; _
; | care for all property of ;a i l days, or by both such fine and Imprisonment ;'
Into bis bands and make In the discretion of the court. r
elt"'iIDng quarterly account !'Sec. 28 That all ordinances or parts Contractor and Builder t

,.., 'yill'Tepairyourrngme-'shorfnoticer" epc5'jear.; : Kesball keep of'ordinances inconsistent with the :
a tru.inj correct record of the time provisions hereof be and the same are
!'t Gas Engine Men. \Ve I. Builder of the Palm Beach dotel ] ... :
Expert earlY of aU nplojces In his department and hereby repaled. .
.. shall'| n or: before the first Jay-ref I h ,Sec. '29. That thU ordinance ''t '

d Tna01 s;.....coils,!; pl u !s, bat.. Hes, wiry, each ?aonth make a full and detailedrlbor6tfall shall take eRect after the expiration; House Moving a Specialty ,
Ai : i. In'"nisdApirient'to f:the time guided lnSecilon'20, of :
U): ; t H" \ 'fir ; xpeBdltnres made o / t i? s
' ff'fS re\V ; switches l 'i .., .., t he''audltordT: .Florida
.... .. Iofr .. Iff' ,,",s."w$' -. r j > | K.-biUa of such required by the said! charter of the mi, .
sxpe tl tares.Heihall city .f Miami. '

personally, at lea.st once -Passed\ this 5th day of April, A. D.,
ach- imth? make or cause to be$lade 1''SW&ljH, F. H- Wharton -
IQfUWE&EiUig a boW loliouse,lnapec"9Q Qt the: entire w:f'-f51,1& President of City Council < I this 5th day of April. A. I Dont taU to 'register'your ckUd tar

ttfr\and taalt toake\aotes of all vAttestY\..... :" >.L....1l..KeU '' D.J9 ., ...__ Jot unsanitary! premises discovered by ''.ot pity Cierk, -42- :tMayw.'jainl ConierTatory;lfuste; "



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: deputies'if you. should. ;?elect nte4of:the position> of:Clerk I : advertisedwe '

:f:. ':.Circuit Coutt _'< !' -"' "' ,JAMES F.!JAUDON and in addition' to goods? nt 4t* \ will place.j .*on-sale. ., A. ;
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'I all ranging. :.; ii. price from. 5c. to 7Sc. per yard. at 25% discount., Also- .

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our entire stock J

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'lolA I Sewell Dr?, thissale.. Prices one half and
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+ -. SECOND SECTION. m; MIAML FLA...APRIL 16, 1906 "t. PAGES 9.to '0 1I I I

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I I: ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION! : FOR, PROTECTION' ;.J, L Iawlane,; B.LLaas ter ,1 J. E. Lummus ,i

AT COCOANUT/ GROVETHE I, i/ Of KEY WEST CIGARS The Miami- > T-> Grocery. i Co. '

t GROVE; 'RANGERS': MEET AT I m." Staple sad I Fancy Groceries ?.

HOUSEKEEPRS CLUB AND PERFECT some residence on his property here. the I President of the City Council rRtHTSaod VEGETABLES '
Mr. Day Is a relative of Mr. J. E. Bants. and .ested by the City Clerk an- .
-. ORGANIZATION OF ATH He was one of the early rlsltors derfthe seal of the City of MiamUJ AND THE FRAUDULENT USE OF Oar Stock of groceries is complete and we think, we can supply

to the bay section and is another proof | That said bonds shall be Is THE NAME BY OTHER CONCERN about everything required ia the baking line. Our aim is to keep -'.

t LETIC A.saocIATION-MRL MAN. of "having come once, malt come sued. ''In denominations of One Thonsvnd only the best class of groceries and our price on them will be :
again. poliars ($1,000) each and shall BROUGHT BEFORE THE CHAMBER found to be Goods delivered of '
c LONE: THE PRIME: MOVER rirht. promptly ton v part the
/ beatdnterest the rate of five (I)
NT/ r at OF COMMERCE cl | Our,f nut and vegetable stock.always ire h| Give na a call
FORT LAUDERDALE' LACONICS per|;! eDt: per annum with Interest 1..t
coupons attached signed in like manner -

,[4a. the bonds: the principal and Telephone 1 20 335 Twelfth Strut Miami, Florida '

'1 Cocoaaut Grore April 14. Mrs. A. Labor Demand II'Far Greater Than merest payable-in gold coin of, the
UnlleJ\ States of standard weight and
:' the Supply
B. Gardner gave a most beautiful platca 1 Ineaess, or Its equivalent with the Metropolis Bursa j j ,

f tea on Saturday afternoon the 7th. ntejreat payable seml-annnally- the Key West, April 14. ar
r It really was- a "cooJ-b,.." tea for a Fort Lauderdale, .April 16.-Times Fort/Pallas National Bank,. at Miami. The, regular meeting of the (Key ... .
at Ft. Lauderdale are rushing and the Fla All of said bonds to mature and ; 4J
number .of guests, who were abOut West Chamber of Commerce was,held Y t 1 1rmstro
demand for labor Is greater than the become. due at the expiration of thirty -
North among them lira. Chan.Gartner .
'to start JSO) years from the date thereof. Wednesday April 11. and was falny

:,. } -., supply. Bond* shall be dated .when Issued well attended I ng's Meat Market
J Mrs" Oilpin's tea on Monday afternoon ; Work_ on the dredges Is being rushed countersigned and attested. That After transacting considerable rout. ,

'was also a piazza tea. and a and arrangements for a grand celebration saldflwmds:; shall be sold at not less ine business, there was received and .-; '
when the canal work beginsire tha their par value. IS THE PLACE
i delightful'one.. lira. GUpln knows how read a letter from a prominent Ana of >'
I Sea 4. That each of said bonds when I
t being made. *
; to make'the. moat of home decoration issued and properly executed hall be New York lawyers going Into! .tae : Way pay cnotmoan -prices- for fresh meats Than )'00.
I and her piazza was a bower of beau- The vegetable season opening up delivered to Commissioners of question of the use and misuse of UM -can buy choicest cats of Western and Florida MEATS

,'. Ural palmetto leaver" wild Tinea- flowers In goal shape and over six thousana Public Works 'who,shall after adretUsetoent -I name "Key \\rest\ on cigars; showingthe ,a tor .much less money, at matrong'a: MeatMarket.:
and' air pluta. The camp cottage crates were .shipped during the put for, bids for the' periOd octhliii great Injustice done and loss occasioned }

are moat aUractire backgrounds week. (30) days proceed to sell the 161. .CornerAvenue D and 1.1th Street
f,: piazzas to legitimate Key West maaa* ffabne ,
Station directing same *t not less than their par value .II : :
J. M. LAW "
Agent is buy
;;' for auch gatherings and u.e the handling of vegetable and andflhe proceeds arising from such factnrers by the turning oat ,oJ all : L,4.-' .. .

: ladles have thoroughly: enjoyed laem other freight and wpress and has-an sale!shall be paid Into the City Treaanryfhy sorts of -cigars all over the country G
with the of Key West attached .
name ;
the Commissioners of Public 1
}> this season. assistants a. W... Ciuthrie of St. Petersburg
( held business M.: Brown of Atlanta, Works, and the City Treasurer shad and suggesting'the most availableremedy :
The Rangers only a FUu for this 'eyeU showing ,MW
Works ; : '
the Board of Public
meeting Sunday: the 8th having and A. L. Teal from any place but glreao aid 'YYithgs' Pharmacy1MCOKPORATCD
L {4 on from here as soon his :receipt therefor and place the lame this remedy could be applied ta : ;
Lauderdale and
'... been Invited to'attead the call sent to the credit of the Board of PublicWorks great,and good results that would

out by 'Mrs. Grace' Uanlove to the, as Automobiles the rush la over.are'numerous on the I to be disbursed by them under come to Key West la general mad tile I i ,:

young men and boys to meet' at the rock road, and the service,b apprv I :hej-illrectlon' of the City Council. Andihofhioney cigar manufacturers here la particular
\ Houaekepers Club for the purpose oft dated by the drummers and buyers arising from the sale of If the proper steps were taken to A.'Drug' Store for The ![Pecple
the of this and the
protect use name
athletic association. A llC' .bondl shall not be diverted
forming an
: very good, audience greeted Mrs. Uan who headquarters.are making Ft. Lauderdale, their the/.pWpoae' !or which said bonds are restriction of Its use to those who.have rbat' our,motto, and ,.it has been them ,ans of adding hun. .

f love and a most interesting discussion Hon. Thomas E.Watson has become Issued.8c the legttlamto'right to use IL dreds pf new customers to 'our 'list. ,We sell only the put 5

;- followed. Mrs. Manlove.after stating quite an enthusiastic motor NTtrj!.i |. S. That a special election shall This question Interested all ot those filled ;
drugs.All prescriptions are by registered pharmacists
present and after a general free dls- cst
: what the meeting was called for. and and has two fast launches for pleasure be filled and held la the city of Ml- '
telling the boys what she proposed trips and fishing on the river aad arnica the fourth Tuesday la May, A. cession it was uaaaifflously decided We also carry the finest,sodas and,ice!cream in the city

.!', doing asked Mr; Frank Harrison''to ocean.Joba. O..JU30G.: for the purpose of submitting to refer the communication to the '2 Door North of Postoffice
take the ehalr.whDe he did explaining T., Kelly, of Mbml.'baa been jo the qualified registered votersof committee on' manufactories, and Instruct ,I, ,
to the boys more fully what an athleticuaocIatloa engaged as salesman by Strananan ft the Cl'y of Miami the question of' them to take It before the cigarmanufacturers' : ,' We E. Youngs .Pres
would mean tor them and Company. the'ijsue and sale of said One Hundred ,association of : Key .
.' Harrison .' -- .... Thousand of West and say to them that this body
:: the place they live I* 'Mr. Dollars ($100,000). city
then asked them to select a chairman boD It.;: That no person shall be al- -the Chamber pf Commerce-tally ;
1; from among themselves. Mr. Fred ,STUART ITEMS lowed to vote In salt election: who Isnotira endorses'the sentiments expressed
: Pine was chosen and he appointed Mr. J. registered voter of the cRy of this letter,'and were prepared to give .. '. "
The Dawn, the new unch' owned by and .all assistance they.could la -
Harrison secretary of the meHlng.' Af MI &1. and a resident of said city, ands any "
: Commodore' McGlills, left here' fall possible to further,the ends Tire Troubles are' Cured or i 1
'J committee was then brined 'of all 'bq "'hall not own real estate situated any,, way ; ,
f f f present to bring as many as possible morning for Melbourne" the Florida within the limits of,said city upon suggested: therein. f .v Dew ones, Soldv 'Can for hire.C. .' j
:< of the men and boys of the Grove to home :i.oi the commodore. He. has which ,the taxes have been pal j for There being no further business the {: 1 ;. ; ;;
} the next meeting to be held at the bad the launch here for the put'te.. the:year when the toes were last due meeting adjourned having first received "
Jays on the ways having the engine aDciwho shall' not be'a qualified and adopted the report of the nominating R. :Zachams 1:

f.afternoon ) overhauled by Capt A. L. Lane. elector In all other respects under. the committee suggesting there. ,

U' Mr. Harrison assured the boys that /The southern part of Dade county Is city?ordinances." --- domination of all the outgoing officers -d' :Daniel-a..Block. Miami..
would be to tell being well represented by candidates of the to be voted oa at the next meeting. "" : '
ti some day they proud Sec.- That, the mayor city of T _'
who are becoming acquainted wlti-tke which win be the regular annual beetInn -
.had attended the ant shall Issue his : ,
t that they meetIng''of' Miami proclamation .
rxN .
voters of Stuart aad who are finding T Rail Block. A b rr P i* K. :
Athletic such the timean&placew'ien
tbe' Cocoanet Grove giving notice of election
n .- -
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Association..- Several members of the that Stuart on'the' St. Lade- Is_ an. up I : aid where the same ._ I

I.> *. Coeoanat Grove Baseball dub were to- date 'town. _, .: shall. be held the qualifications of the ; ;

ij present sad took great.Interest.la the The pineapple growers are preparing electors,'and the names of the Inspector ,. .. P' H j is ,,.
handle the large of plies
to crop .
if I *;lend clerk, who rre to conduct the ,
The meeting that will soon be_ ready to ship.;: for the'
} oa Thursday the 12th. same, and the time opening
Lf at.the Housekeepers Club was one ort ani the closing of the polls which: said Baok
J:, the most enjoyable,of the season. AN ORDINANCE proclamation I shall be advertised la a FortPaIiaatolla1
i 'Miss Parrott entertained Miss Patty I 1\ newspaper published la the city of Miami t

i Mnnroe and her brother. MattervWlrth "An ordinance iuthorizlp the Issue ot ,afar the period of thirty (JO)'. days
,"I. at dinner oa Sunday.< ,">ODe Hundred !Thousand Dollars:'ot next; preceding such election.' ,
;i. "The' Ladies 'Aid SoeIet-'JDet' ; city bonds of the City'of JOa DI; 'Sec.> 7 That there shall be appointedby f

'x.: Mrs. Frank Church on Wednesday and State of Florlda. nthorlclng an elec- !the City Council: three' Inspectors j 6774. 4
accomplished much. Mrs. Church has thou for such purpose and providing anyone clerk of election who shall I t,

t, again accepted the president's chair lithe mehod of holding such elecum. conduct said election: and the namesof

,, of the lOclet,. Be' It ordained by the City'.Council. inch inspectors and clerk shall,be I. l

Palm Sunday service.at the Congregational of the City.of Miami: certified; to the.Mayor and sail election } ,
Church was'a most enjoyable Section L That the City of Miami ;/shall be conducted according to "
nee. Mr..Merrick never preached a I Is hereby authorized to Issue and sell i tiutfcrovlslona of the State Law. The .UpitStiltes' ::::: Depository State of Honda
beUer-18I'IIIOIL Mr. and Mrs Constlne bonds to.the. amount of One Hundred names of the Inspectors and clerk, whoshall Depositop"
f sang a lovely solo and there was a Thousand Dollars for municipal Improvements -' conduct said election, are as fol-

1-4 good attendance to appreciate It sJL' the..said amount being lows= '. .-

Mr. and Mrs.; Pool have gone on a less than fifteen per cent of the assessed inspectors: : A. J. Kolh R. j. MAth-

cruise la their'.new yacht the.LucyM. ,valuation of all real estate ert:and Chas. A. Mann; Clerk, John '
p West Archer Is captain! : and;* personal propertyfor the year' H.&heatham.!; The polls shall be opened Report of condition'on AprO:6th. 1906. as reported to :
Miss Parrott gave a charming Child- 19051' ;Provided*the Uiue and,ale Mit'8 o'clock: a. m. and close atIUII.oWL

ren's party for Masters Jack and Dick of said bonds are_ ratified by two- The ballot-to be used at the of the Currency-Condensed() ;
g. Gardner on Friday afternoon at the thirds of the registered .voters of said salt)!election shall be prepare by the Comptroller '

Assembly Hall of Camp Blscayne. city, who shall be owners of real estate City- Council and shall be ta the fojlowlfig -
L Mrs. S. T. R. Carpenter has Issued 'within t said city i and possessingthe form: "For City. Bonds" and ,
Invitations to the executive board ,of qualifications hereinafter set forth "A( .lDIt City Bonds.dec. .- ,
the Housekeepers. Club to lunch with at special election called and held '
a ; the ;
8. That Immediately after
her, on Monday; the 16th.and attend for that purpose. closing: of the polls the Inspectors and "i
of the Ladles Afternoon bonds- shall be '
themeeting ., Sec.- : Tnat said clerk of said election shall proceed ,to .
; Club, of Miami, as Mrs. J*'8. FreJer- Issued and sold In the several amountsand ,

"l tek. a delegate from both clubs to the for the municipal purposes named cuult'-Fol( ;,City the votes Bonds"cast and at"Against said election Clt7BoUdl" Loan and discounts. : ..? ... ; . . . .., :..... .$422,070.60 .,

State Federation at Tampa, will. tell below totwtt; : ; ,
.of the Federation meeting., For the purpose of consimetlngand list;*, showing and shall the vote prepare cast for'duplicate each, Overdrafts. secured.tU. .l....... ... ..;. ... .:. ..'. .. ... .:,.". '".. :. I 18,747.78 y.:

Mr. and Mrs-William' leering have. maintaining a system of sewerageor aD41! shall certify the correctness of 3. ; and' ,, .". '. / 71,000.00Other i
gone north for the summer. for otherwise promoting" the healthof tb&same and one of said certified .Bonds,: premium ;: " ':' ,

The yacht Wabnm Mr has' Vincent come back to the city to the "amount' Thirty_ be llst under seal shall be handed by an stocks and ... .. .. ... .. .,.:.. ; : ... 41,000.00 -'?
Coeoanat GUpin to
Grove. Dollars (130.000),
Thousand Inspector: to the City Clerk-and;tan .. ill t

having bought her. called and known as Sewer Bonds.L .. other certified list, also under seal, Banking;House.;.Bondr.: .. .. ... . . .. ... . 50,000.00 "
The Adirondack: Florida School Mr. For the purpose, of opening, widening Bba.U be handed to the 'oftbeCity M
Patt1'C. Ransom principal was closed and paving the streets anj sidewalks Council provided that the Inspectors Due from banks Treasurer .: 74,657.92
on the 11th.r of the city to the. amount ot appointed to conduct said ; ,

: 0 Mrs. Alice Bush gave a luncheon on Twenty Thousand Dollars (130.000). election may require each elector offering Cash in vanlt. . .... .. .... ... ... ..... 47,75' .83
Thursday for Mrs. 0.' E. 'Smith-and to be called and known *c Street.Improvement .;to vote at said election to furnish '., I "-

Mrs Prof. UeQarmo.' Bonds- proof.that said elector: possesses fleerequisite ,'. $725,235.13Liabilities
_*, Master Mathew Mellon president For the purpose of erecting a puuuc qualifications as here defined. .
of the Cocoanut Grave Rangers leaves building to be,constructed of Miami : I ,
1 Sec. >. That the first Monday sit P
: on "
for his home at Plttsbnrg on Saturday.Mrt. rock, to the amount of Twenty .
Isabelle Peacock: U expected Thousand ::Dollars; (120.000), to De tee; ald election or as soon thereafter ... : .
practicable, the City Council shall .1
home from Key:West next week.' caned and'known as City Building :
convene and proceed: to canvass the ., .- .
Mist Ada of the beat
Merrltt cue Hoods.For '
known and most tmeeesifal educator the purpose of establishing, snail vojuf cast at that such said election Issue: and of bonds If It Capital.. ... . .. ..'.... ... . . .. .. .. ... ". .. .$100,000.00,
of the State gave the Club a iplendttf maintaining and eqnlping a Fire Department appear ,
ihiU hive be-in ratified and approved ... ....:. .. .. .6,766.67'National
talk oa "What Our Schools Need and to the amount of, Fifteen bylthe afflrmatlve vote of two-thirds Surplu and undivided profits ... ., ,
What Dotnx. MlM.Parrott Thousand Dollars $16.000); to. be
and Mr-They Oaborn are respoaded. and a called and known as Fire Department. of fine qualified electors of said 'cityowning 1 Bank Notes.: :.1. . 52,000.00, ;.,
which taxeshave
real estate upon '

great war gleaned deal of. Ura.Interesting.John GUI'ord..e1aa1r.Information .Bonds For the purpose of opening.. .:: con been paid as herein provided DEPOSITS. .. .. ... ...- .. ... .. ... .. ..... ... .. .. .. .!5EiEi. EiIl. Ei 1
wlWID the city limits, then such bond r 1
maD of the educational committee reada structing and maintaining public
Issue shall be valid and the City Counclltvhall $725 35.13 .
report on the subject parks and promenades located within ;
Issue the
The clnb'i sewing basket was reaJy the city limits to the amount of : : proceed to same y
an&deliver the executed bonds to the t .
and toe laJles accomplished a lot ot Fifteen Thousand Dollars flE.000), Commissioners of Public Works. .
work before tea and cake were sere, to be called and known as Park andPromenade' ?
7 ed. Two new members were, pro Bonds. '_ / $ie. 10. ,That all o,41uallcel'patts aid :

posed. Next week It,win be Rouse- Sec. 3..I That the said City.Bonds of ordinances In conflict: hers The Fort Dallas National I ank offers to all customers old and new-every I
keepers Day and a club cook book be issued In five'different series to- wliij> be and the same are hereby regee. accomodation J
favor consistent with sound backing ideas and in keeping
will be started., wit: The sewer -Bonds la a series t" every
Mrs. Charles John PeacOck. aceom- numbered from 1.to', 20.. Inclusive. 11. That this ordinance, shall with their balances and financial standing.
puled by her four sons. Lawrence The Street Improvement,Bonds In a tak4 effect from and after Its passage.
Walter Jessie and.'Arthur. tilled oa series numbered from J. to ZOo Inclus approval by the Mayor, and publication: I .l
the Hattle Dsrllng. Satsrdaylut.for' ive. The City Building Bonds la a required by law. .. .
Nuaat.where they wffi spend. tint sum series numbered from one to Ie, Inclusive 'auedthls, llth day of April. AT D. '
mer. I ,".The Fire DepartmentBondsIn ; IftM. P. H. Wharton' fIII

Rreryone' was glad to see Mrs.Rob- a series numbered from ;1 to 15, Attdst: President of City CounciL Wm. M. Drown. President Gee. R. Gomph.. (Cashier; '
ert MID on Thursday at the club. Inclusive. The Park and Promenade M. R. Kellnm. City Clerk, : .1J -
The little lady has 'many Meads at Bonds In. a aeries from 1 to:16''In- '>>proved this 11th day of,April, A.DMl : ..

rb. OroT .- .. clurdve..-,All of which shall be signed >OC.i John. SeweD.. tpa
'l=y .xt,Day.has started' build a bJI 'by, the Mayor.-countersigned> by ..,- ? -v. "- .. -.. -
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necessity fair protection from Doll sad .

QUESTIONS ANSWERED! then litlru, a saving of about pot "

H TdiI"A an icre' which U tJuf ooit of sheddingtnr&er
north. Then are tea to twain 1

thousand plants to the acre and the Bank of | Bay BiscaVne

formation of .Interest to the Prospective Settler trull! brings In the aei borbood' afrom

Concerning Miami and the Southern (0 cents a'doses for Bed Spanish

; to JV. cents a piece forPorto Ricos.Thlfpereentags .

Portion of Dade County.. of. plants tralttac"ds* .
peaiis"upon the- care and judgment a- ORGANIZED 1896 "

---.. I- .' '" erclJed la...their_ 'culture. some growers : > 1
,T' i r having
inquiries aru Jrecte4 toby see,.of CIIY1'''' ..as eIeI&de fgm' froitj# to"per cent of the plants la'their 1 I

tdLrOpoJIa 4WIIJ prospect settlers I Iouwktfa water works sewerage, tslsphoaa rays pineries. Capital 27300. Surplus 350000. Deposits over $200,000.00

concerning conditions tenUree. mail dellvery, hree aawspapers. Lands may be purchased from $b or .
'. .ims in this port of .he country. two national beaks,
'.' .1 the burden of correo:;ondsnee eaj baak. eta. It has arilea of beaatifW" ;j#:o roads and snipping point Good '

*- ihereby has bacoiie so heavy, I streets of native wine aloes It Is lands on rock road within & miles of I f"'Statement

i ..< have attempted 'a! the follow- 'practically the termlaas of the ftorUa' Mull may be had for $50 aa acre and at the| close of business February '

?. article to SB in marti* such Infor- >!East Coast Railway; foe though aa wx sometimes less thaa that sum for land f
o. 23 1906 the State
tun as Ia most Imptrtant, and towrr [uwaloa of the road has recently; been not'immediately on road. The same as reported to Comptroller .

the questions mast frequently I built, penetrating _the farmlag' lands qua 'lt, of land farther away from

...1' It la hoped by fits means that 'forty-five miles southi; this Is merelya transportation faculties can, of course, '
feeder to the commerca at talc city. befurohased for The land .
>ixpltt copy of tbo taper, eC which mesa ls an ',

-......1.,U. .," sent stn will la most Here are located the steamship docks prpjplslnff.in appearance to those ao :; :'

*era; .erve the purpuBe InteaJed bet- |of the P A O., Steamship' .Company customed to the deep rich sous aothir' Resources I .

'.r than a personal letter. Specific la- I whose lines are operated to Kay Westto States being rocky and sand .

':oruiation may.be obtained.by writing I Havana and to Nassau< Immense yet!results can' be obtained riom IIfaln Loans and discounts . . . : .: .$159.851'. 3

4> soy of the real estate or other firms I wharves, etc. are,being projected; to ecess of the returns realized Real Estate owned. . . . : . . 17531.91 '

.b>M! advertisements 'appear In this 1 Jceepf; paces: with.the vastly Increased trm, -the more fertile sections of the' Furniture and fixture . :. . . . 3115.25 .

...i**; and the best way to become ta> maritime business that mast follow oa country. Fertilizer must be used but Current expenses . . . . u . 1,261.83ash
,aiiliar with local conditions._ "progress, II the deepening of the harbor, work" oa thereturns more than justify the expenditure -

udumries and. current. Happenings, which Is BOW actually progressing Aa Involved.poope Account .
of moot has been secured .
_alle contemplating removing to this :.appropriation '. of energy and Industry an ,

-r- ioe.la jthrough reading the Daily from the pY.-t' tor harbor heartily welcomed, and the country's U. S. Bonds . .. ... . . .2200.00 : .

..r the' weekly Metropolis, the former I 1IIIproyemeata. aud 'Ute'J'IorI4& development being practically Just be- Due from Banks. . . . 58379.50 .

jf ,which .,Jill be' sent to any address .East Coast Ilke'Railroad moUt.n.la also pledged to gu| there U room for aU to reap the Cash in Vault . . . . . 39.94229Liabilities I '

at the rate of $600 a year, ft2S for .expend a MOO.- bigebtt which must ensue as the result Total available cash. ........... . 100.521079
for this and
three months; tII.'Week11'"Iarp" I.is now being. ._ need.. purpose. of.development.. Capital finds \AiI, \\Ii "
-mailed for-|LM a It Is a moral certainty that further appropriations here ,282.2819''
pace paper being moat profitable Investment, while .
rat. I will be seearsd until the labor U la demand and well paLL Pea t
harbor la la a coadltloa commensaratewith' ,
THE.ITT or MIAMI pfe of moderate means who come hen .
"Ita Import ta sc tram a commercial
Sprang out of the WRderar-alasears slid buy a small.tract of land, make: Capital Stock . . . . . ;. ." . 27,300.00:
: !. geographical and strategical
/ ago the railroad having reached modest home set out fruit trees and Surplus . . . . . . : . 3,500100 ..
standpoint Importance reengnlied
this point April 15. 18M. Prior to this by public men at the; national capital while waiting for these to come Into Divldendsnot called .or. . . . . . 140100; -

tliue'ace:store, whose'trad. was 'principally and by all who'w u'stady the locatloaof blaring' engagr' la tracking are, always Earnings accounts. .. . . . . 143381.; ,

with the Indians, aced a few this port and Its reUtloa to Insular without exception successful. Bills payable. . . . . .. ... 25000.00

scattered families, eking.wrecking oat a and precar-'the !and South:Amer. can ,commas,h to la And?other this lucces parts I.of costs the less country effort whileth than Cashier's checks.. .. . . . . ; . 994'.16' -;

manufacture IoU livelihood.by of coontle starch,:'were !'say I nothlag of .the .ast"trade that ,. climatic conditions render outdoor Bank deposits . . . . . . 9,854.38Certificates ,
must spring lato erltteace upon the -" *
.the oily evidences-of civilisation. Oa ; 'owl *k possible every day la the year of deposf t.- 15.732.68I
completloa ,of the Paaama I
lily 21. ISMcrUlaml was Incorporated with the health ..benefits' such aa Individual deposits. 0-" . . . .. . 198326.86.
A giaicVai the map will show .the
op life thrown aAt the
a.aJr same
perhaps the only -
,6a a city furnishing most casual observer the posslblllUes 282281.91
instance on-record la which' a' full tithe people -"Itoare enjoying health o ,.ev
,the fuure holdsfor the ilagla air.I
hedged city earn Into existence wlth- ajtd moderate success In their present j ,
I '
.Nt Grit having beef a tetra TKteewaJred SCHOOLS,AAD,CHDKCHKS ? &. .,la 4 better stay'where they.... The State law requires that a bank shall keep 20 per cent.
I registered Veters ire required. k Miami, ,la hasoae the.... Stile; ofthbestpublicschools ; embracing; ;; both TJjeero should be weighty reasons to lafiaence of Its deposits In cash or with reserve banks. This ,bank] as _

jo entitle any community to be called the-commoa and high schsol eoarses. anyone to make: a move of such will be seen by the above; statement has .over.40 per cent; of, .

a city?,'lea than that' number eonsttMliag The buildings" are Urge'... w.Il rea- (li importance i People who have -madefihnres its deposits available[ cash, No bank in the state makes a '

a ton At a meeting held for Ulate4.'... there ii a csapstoat corps / elsewhere are not lite., w Matter showing or Is In better condition to'se'rve its depositorsThe' i

the purpose .of _Incorporation, ,tare rimy, successful here. Intelligence aad ,
of teachers A Catholic: went second f. .
and one-half months after. the first l Industry are aa essential to good for-
to;nose la'the ....... toTla tall .
truer reached Miami 344 votes::were trio, here as la any other part.of.the "
operaUoa,'If.... lastractloM to both '
Mat! 1k ahsaoneaal' growth of thi. Ka
There are'also'private'scaooH,
early period has ,beea sastshiedthroughout musical ao.anatory.nrtadboot,- Jr, i" desired to engage.la'general ;. .
u.e.sight years of the cilia : : said Wining la the raising of wheat,cora, .

history. -every-edagWanl. sadbe obi oats, peaches.. apples" grapes orOtner ...
supplied.' .Then arc. aboat t1 I U1I00000000000"JCJiooq" '
.POPOULTION.. Rims. ,. proJucu'of temperateoie,
? to?Ufa"eoaaty.. *
Miami has at present a resident pop one mast cast his! lot some hundreds of i
Every religions deaomtaaUos U represented '
' latloa of between .GOt and S\000. U .-. Gilles to the north, and accept cold :
and they foltowlag have ..
iryatW t I OJ the" legacy Klands I!
the winter this population handsotae church' iM part, of- .
balldlags Presby
aagmvated ;'by'the,-addition of thoasaads :] wlere.these'j;lhlnp can be j T!growa.Cither :
terlaaT; KplsoopalUa CiMc M. Rt I
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i of visitors. mostly of thV wealth to this a stock raising eonntry.i tounty
Chi rCh; -1I'cu'rcIa: ,South., 'aad Dade State Bank
lest classes who com*' to enjoy the t'( i to a "no fence 1&w.wlalcIL to a .. !

Ideal climate and the finest p Vng lathe BaptistSOILS PRODUCTS treat boon to the settler of;;limited ,
--1 world. To accommodatevisitors these -... and there to very uWe" Uye .
,The principal'indastry ta rau see-
there are numerous aotel.aaf .. stock In the country On the other O
,Uon is the growing of traits and winter I! West aim Beach Florida
; boarding houses principal among aind. If it to desired to engage la the f
s : vef table for.chi Noirthara markets
which Is the stately Hotel Royal: Palm culture of citrus fruits pineapples, various .
Tomatoes form the ,
staple trop --
and the grand.new Halcyon 1LUbothaon tropical or semi-tropical twits ;
:but there are large quantities other

meats: In facilities..sixe.-grandeur' and- .accommodating I vegetables grown, .ucii]. ii''' tosnatnes, i Pt.a growing of'the year"of "yegeta&to when'ill'other at the'sea parts. ... Oldest Bank inReport Dade. County.; Organized in 1893 '

egg plant peppcra>aas wte. The I ..
The population Is .cosmopolitan ev- I planting season ezfatoJa from'about of. the country are la the grip of'wlaijr. -

every state la the'Union furalahlnglU ( this section offers decided advantfges -
- October 1 to January 18 and th* bulk '
quota of representatives.. Aa nadeslrable over any other portion.: of thePalled
of the shipments are seat North fromNovember'until
element U aakaowa. States. of {Condition March 15. 1906
foreign :
,.,, ...,. atthoagh, .there -Y
being practically BO,Jiff areace la the ; "'
Writing from ,personal, [experleaca, i' i }
seeds !
he planted'or.Tag-
*eaaona., may It ; : era oucieai ana JIJIOIeam- us*
after visiting California and other sections
etablea gathered any day la the year. ioU tea which is better than soap for Resources .
where coa.UtJou'are
Vegetables are grown usually oa the .this purpose. Then polish with ItnsuslSO ,
considered ait their best we caa unhesitatingly and tm+pent n.. f | .
say that Miami has the most prairie, lands. (wkida.frM. fron. Loans and Discounts. .' . . . . :. .$149,958.61

perfect winter climate' la the'United Umber and ire onmpoad of,a kind of ''f'1'o keep milk: from scorching rises It Overdrafts. . . . . . . . 699.09 \ 11
marl '. the la cold water before pouring .

States.the slightest Cold Is frost almost'ttokaowa being very t.-rare.even Fruits are growa oa piae :Uada.hick .1' is the pan 1DDk., ? 'It ii't s I r County and City Scrip[ . .. . . .. ... . 9,975.26 \

The warmth of summer Is_tempered are allghtly higher; thaa the ,.mtm tt... .. th* nets'; .. I Dade County BondS. . . . . .. 25,000.00 .

Jfcy the cooling breeses from tka Atr prairies and'la this aectioa very rocky I! A traveler on the upper Nile gives Other Stock and sbnds. .. . . . ... . 790.00, ; :
This rock to a peculiar coral f ntIaUaacoatl.lalDc of that abounds I I j.
this picture big game
Untie and] the highest temperature Banking House Fixtures. . . 12,500.00
recorded by the'government thermometer a great deal of plant fool, there: "Of wild animals elephants take : u. ;
aa evidenced by the fact that la' ia.ri7 the first place? there are enormous
durinc the months Is ...
to of the
feerds of them and the Ivory
placearaage and other trait treea are an1 '
HEALTH Reserve
greatest size. 'A big herd wanders Legal 1
The city ranks among .the first lathe to be sees beartag thriftily' though down from the flanks of Elgoa and

,United States la point of health. apparently standing oa a'aojld'platoof 'Uses a remarkable elephant road which Due From'Other anb. ... $80,845.50
There Is entire freedom from malaria, thla rock BeIac'l a porous or fs apparently used only daring the sea It

and there are no"prevailing '......." honey-combed>> structure the rods of ion of migration. This herd frequently Cash in Vaults . . . .25.67327 106,5,8.77
the Nile at the southern end ofthe
Those aliments which are common. toaD the tress are enabled to penetrate It lake-like extension near Wsdelat. Total. . . . . .... .'. ..' .30544173, ) I /y
parts of the country seem sobs and draw ample -t..ce from what Hippopotami come: next In size and are

her robbed, la part,'of their power,'.. would appear to be' a nil promts- to be found In countless numbers lathe I

hey usually appear la a' mild form lag".ouree.niiT\ hi rode by the.way Nile. When the tributary rivers Liabilities .j -

sad rarely leave the bad effects which makes a beautiful sad durable buildIng are In flood they go a long;way up .

allow la the wake ct like diseases material, sad the sew coon house the them.Nile Were they It are not extremely for the fact dangerousand that In Capital Stock. . . . . . . . .$ 40000.00

elsewhere Scarlet fever and diphtheria and Jail aa well aa several reaUeaeeala came considerable loss of life Surplus and Profit ... . . . . .: .18,2$237 '
.....' unknown the dty, built of thla _... are they might well be preserved'for they "
whle typhoid much all DIvidends Unpaid .'. . . ... . . --. 20.00
fever is rarely heard ot It Is a desirable admired by TlaHor;;, ,It also do title! other barm-a very small fence I..

place .for those BUfferIng. from makea the finest road It at.lalIa to sufflcieat to keep them out 'of cultivation Deposits .. . . . . . 246367.72.
othI I .
cue troubles,' asthma catarrh sad world and Dade county leads aU ;; Certified Checks. utstandlng: . .. .,. -:'= 811.64'
similar diseases- which are prevalent ers .la the State i mileage sad cadhUoa ; 1 w...... WIL.,

iaeolder,climates Many persons affected of her hlghwaya. 11 j | A lady doctor writing to the'London Total. . . . . . . .. 305441.73 k .

with these Ills have.come hen The fruits cultivated are chiefly I Chronicle on 'Women Workers" makea

sad have beea cured or greatly bens grape-trait, oranges:and. piaeapplea.guavaa. :the following unanswerable statement: Please examine i. statement. carefully and com'pue- It wtt6

attsi./ Of course this Is not the ease mangoes, avocado piss aad'': ;"If you la come:foot to estimate the a day's work.who of oar State IDstitat' ns This Bank i. the only Bank in South''Flort =r
even pounds woman
la every Instance: People die here,'as limes are produced: bat being, 'deans, bakes, washes and takes to da that caD offer a lute American protection against bar lary. Oar colt i. t'
protected by the fa OIlS Protection Co' Electrical
they do everywhere else No country Indigenous to the eoaatry. they thrive school six children carries water and Alarm SYltem with private daylight alarm in caseof "bold up" Ile.

has. yet bee discovered where people with little or BOcultivation: .; :CUnai: tramps up stairs and down for sixteen sides we carry a larK Burglary luaurance Po1i I' .
va Immune from- death and disease.U trees will requlre from three to-five boors a day, need not fear comparison .
7 ,u to kinetic energy even with a miner
U the time It may be truthfully years. attar, planting to produce trait .working eight hour.I .." '1

said that the'conditions tendingto Pineapples _which grow 'es a 'plant. ;!: I'I'j True but,Is all thia quite necessary v ? We have installed a Savings Department paying 4.puIca: on deposits

general healthfulness are as favurahl somewhat resembling the cactus and i I asks Punch. Could not -'children on these accounts. ::: Write for a copy of our Rules and''Regulations
ails. any.section_ofvthe country, which are propagated by.setting slips 1; 'sometimes go to school unaccompanied :1
.' aad far more so thaa Inmost or' suckers l bear. trait la:U montiui'' and unbaked: why must she keep

T ,THK crrrs.TUTUJuii after;plaaOng.la.tkto.aectloa ; oa carrying tramps vp and dowa stairs
qo.1 l! an that tlmeT'U It even fair eat these
Mbar "olin an modern __. are- powa In 4bsspa., tsar.- ,!;poor tiosmpWTb7rv. ;: NI"'"


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