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: May 9, 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
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System ID: UF00076097:00365
 Related Items
Related Items: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Weekly)
Succeeded by: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Daily)

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YUL' 3. NO. 131 II Jl .:I MNX. 'IIA II. FIJ&RIDA: WEDNESDAY, MAY 9, 1906. i --- J
KM Mr .:. Price 5 Cents
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Whoop It Up For, Miami, All You Can. Prlgress and Prosperity Beats Politics Every Time.| Get' a Move On I[

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" .j,' 3I'- faithfully ise to pay fulfilled.and, the engagement that In would our undertaking be;f 1 CHUnCH.I I JUNE 4 4I 4Wlll THE ACTION RESCINDED '

"to Insuie" the words /
MRS GOY BROWARD School Board Will Ca''l I Special District :
i1'; should ever be regarded in the light I I i INJUNGTION
i of their proper signification: viz., "to Election If egal IS ANSWERED
''make certain or secure; to make ; s I : ;
J safe. And so, in all the large conflagrations '
, [ 'With DONATION At the afternoon session of the; I II.
i In which the company has OF LOT 1 1t BE CELEBRATED Board of Public Instruction yesterday
'[.School Children Asked to Contribute I been involved beginning with that of
the matter of
calling [special ..cbool'tax
Chicago In 1871-when we had been And Flied With
the United States
district elections here and
I| to Fund to Build Home 'before the American public for only at :
coanut Grove,which ordered I.
was f
|1:3 years-we have made our policy-I fa I poned at the morning session until pc CO-I Court at JaCksOnYiII+The

:for Them-Supt. Hall Will holders secure and safe Upon Which Members of Christian By Daughters of the Confederacy next meeting In order! that it could
j We can claim no credit for thIs. Defense in Full Set
be ascertained whether[ of as Up by'J
'for the assured have trusted with one-quarter I
us Congregation Build
Deceive Subscriptions to the Can the
-Headstones to be Placed qualified electors had signed the
) their premiums and are entitled to Defendants -I
'.:I J I tr said petitions was rescinded, and the |J i in This Interesting .
It rely that we would not fall them In ,
; Laudable Cause. I[the hour of danger and distress. an Edifice--HI; Aid to Religious Over Veterans Graves--Other superintendent directed to learn as, Case.
I soon as possible whether
or not the
i And now that we have stood before
Institutions Told. Business Transacted. legal number of signature bad been
I the American public :or 58 years, in "
obtained and if tot! .
so the elections
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'" .. f the hope that me have performed out af1 J. at once.
fSupt. R. E.> Hall U In receipt of a ,duty we can confidently ask that we A f .. ,,
grading committee IRS
cular letter F from Mrs Governor be Judged on our record and be fav- h4'j ,got aehera Governor N. B. Browsed and his x.
roward." who"request that an ap- ored with whatever confidence we Miami is to ve another church The Daughters of the Confederacy Inatlons was appointed for Tune exam- associates on the Board of Drainage 2 4 ,
be- made ,to the school children .' may have deserted edifice to be knowTn as "The Monumental met yesterday afternoon at 3 o'clock Bills were approved lhe .... Commissioners have filed their! answer
Christian .rrantadra..n
ighont 1he'county for contrlbu- Yours very truly, I liurcbMrs. ""at the Fair 'building, the president for current in the United States Circuit Court ,.,
.. to a fund to be used for the re- I! CLARENCE, LOW. Margaret ,'Xrnold Groom anthorlzes after to the bill of complaint brought :jby the
f of children made orphans by then Resident Secretary. I I I the ..tate tnt that Mr. H. M. (Mrs. R. C.,May, presiding, and after which the board adjourned to meet "i Southern Land and Timber Company
Francisco earthouake. I IJ. K. DORX. Resident Agent.' 1 1I I! Flagler has glvetfythe church a lot. ( the necessary preliminaries and or-. June 14 t tI I to restrain the collection of the soec-

aQjhe:hoo1f o'fhe county have j I I Liverpool, and London and Globe though M jet, Itg'tocatlon!' is undecided iganlzatlon,'a communication from Co- I tai tax imposed by the Board bn -the
ed orfth miner It will be 1m- Insurance Company I front thefacd-, hat in a letter a j]jlumbus' O* asking for donations of Installing Mortar, lands of the complainants for tee parr
able touring this matter'before few? days after her' return from St. I'i[ flowers! for.their memorial day. June I por of financing Governor Broward'i
4 schools through'''the principals. MERCHANTS' ASSOCIATION! I: Augustine the generously; left the .location 'j 9t. was read by the corresponding sec. Extenll\'e_ preparat4 ns are being! scheme of draining the Everglades,<
:ovever, if any, desire to contribute I to the mentors, they returning rvtary, Mrs J. N. Lummus: 5 made at the terminal dock to begin sayg the Times nion 0: yesterday. .
thts-,worthy cause and ,,I1I send4heirfeontTIAuttons Discussed Important Matters PertainIng -.:the courtesy bj ;tarring the selec- The president reported that the the operation of build g the concrete' The tax collectors''of the five1 conn-
to Mr. Hall,'he" t.. ElaJ Creoiicrt :!: tlonj"hack'ito film I$>r settlement headstones for the two Confederate''eterans' ]I piers and bridges 0: the F. E. C. Railway ties composing the drainage District y

take pleasure in forwarding thee !<: After> >Ir Flaglwt! had given the lou1[ \ graves, which are,unmarked: Company across tpe vartous'wat-f also filed their answer 'and I,- addition -
tpifherprjoper committee. i i At the regular monthly session of 1Ir l GrOom, "with ;the unanimous concurrence j, in Miami cemetery, would be placed er expanses In the key" to Key West 1|, a motion to dissolve the jjnjunotion -.
:Following'"The circular: I the erchant AESi.-istlon;: held cast i I of the cG tfjrch, expressed the at once by Mr Combs $\|:lone Is the Inlta11allo of a mortar previously granted in so [.far: as'I
; a "Tallahassee.: .Fla.. April 27. I night Mr Humrh.-ejs, representing i wish to him thajthe edifice should I Jefferson Davis' birthday annlverstary -, rlixer,steam boiler machinery on I It refers to the State and county tax.
'-Dear sir: 4 the Merchants' Pro ective( Associationof be known as "Th .y Ionumental Christian I i will be observed June 4. Partlo-1. ; a barge and the Is the storing lon the; ground that they havje filed -
._ ,:on'April 25th I received the follow- Atlanta addressed the meeting ex- Church of U4ml." in order that mars will be 'glven'later. $1 1I ot lumber and anf al on another their answer to the bill of complaint
,intt telegram: ,J. Jt iC' explaining th j i\i; 'cti of the &aL ,and among the,church** of the East Coast t,i|I Miss Maude Coachman reported that 1]t I barge both of \ :will be towed I and a severance of these taxes from .
I:, ')lrs. N. B. Broward Tallahassee mainly that part which protects tho of Florida which have come Into existence >i she had seat $11 to the Soldiers' Home! eoath In the next dan and operaifona special drainage tax bast been'

1: *Iii..'WIll you Join withttteotherprom-; ) credit system, anj .':!aterla y eliminates aided byf) .bim, that it might I In Jacksonville. $4 I I I commenced ah9ttly thereafter:,ttbe upon. The five counties com

beat women of rAe>ooimtr/ toTalle'a' bad aecouu ; ',of',/< stanJ v out\nniqu | in recognition O-*j|I f The'' Ch3 p tar. delightfully recelevdj< i t ; the drainage district arf Dade, -
load to provide specially forth little f' The association concurred "In the! whatbe" had donejf children orphaned or made destitute. plan as explained by Mr. Humphrey the people regardless ,of religIon.f'1 f'1{Beach Chaiter.U.'D. C.: as a'mem-I I The answer of the tax collector
b r..the treat catastrophe in Sa Fran and decided to tffl'.ii-* with the.Morchants' Mrs. Groom states that I i I her. f- f I Jf the secret IIOCle It'S want BOme was in the essentials,.the same u
cisco. TV*; Intend to provide food Protective Association by allowing Flagler has done}}for the new church ,:_.- pointers on Initiating andldatee they that of the Board ot Drainage Commlsrslons. g _

dolhlnr,and ittrsei at once and then it to handle, all, bad. debt accounts In the present, a*' well as for other I j[:a letter from Mr.' Fl. agler.'expressing 'bad better delegate committees to attend varying only as made necessary ,
to v erect i a' permanent'' home for the churches in the J M'st. he did with.no ![,his appreciation o* the consideration the meeting of (the Bachelor's by the difference in the cases. Attorney

seedy little o *s. Can we use your, The meeting wag largely attended thought of a return: and that he would I j I of the church for. him. and while silent 1 Club in the Auditorium on Friday General W, H. Ellis Sped the -
name a* patroness? Please wire us to- : and besides thsa hove matter much have done It as ;freely for /-Jew ,as J regarding their purpose he will night. This club being( a secret or- 'answers, and motion to dissolve injunction
*iy If possible' I'' other> business was transacted. The for Gentile, recognising only the great J j lnot disapprove nor oppose the deter I!Ider, is neces..rIlY'1'old of the tender on behalf of the defendant .t'

M-SlgneJ:Mrs, .,.Donald'MeLeanMrs., Secretary was ; lrllcled to revise the principle of rellgioto not any peculiar I mlnaUon General-John- A., Logan Mrs.' Judge I I old dellnquest llstand to restore those form. Its need In1'the: empty heart of to comprehend in the construction oft of being a helorand, shown The answer of the Board of Drainage -
Roger Pryor, C, J.- Mar secretary' I worthy to credit also Inserting those humanity and not the moJe of its expression their edifice a small tablet of stone, I real life right bert in Miami, the Commissioners Is a lenl ;tr ne. '
"If yon are agreeable to the purposes new delinquents who bare been re- pa bearing some appropriate recognition j folly of being married. the de'endants replying to each:! point
for which the"above telegram laan ported by members of the association. At the close of:'the services at the of his faithfulness to religion and to,! raised by the complainants and mak-
'appeal*!.veryearnesUy'ask, you I I Chairman Cohen on b half 0: the Christian ChurcH:;last Sunday. Mrs f give it the name of "The Monumental Came After Prisoner I ing complete denial of the principal '
aid In the matter, and I would suggest j I association expressel thanks to new Groom read by .Equest. a portion of Christian Church of Miami' j points set up. Counter allegations
that yon read the 'above telegram to merchants in the oily! ,, not yet members .. Chief Deputy Sherip Kennerley, of!'are also made in defense of the action '
your school or class, and ask the ,children -I of the organization, for their concurrence Palatka Putnam eov ty, arrived In of the Board. jj

to make such contributions 'is'their j,I In the early closing movement WRECKEIDNE R-RTWO the city this morning Jan.I will retnni The defendants deny that an equal
parents feel they ,are able to YEARS AGO .1.1I home ton'git hav.rz! CII'lI.cJy a negro protection of the law was denied the

ake, and that the object. of the donawarrants. -j I Several other matters of minor importance who Is wac t" In If l that t"unty <( I know.o: no more were ,disposed of when the charge of ;!ran1 1,1 ;ceny, and who without due process of lawjmd that
y object to which one could con-j j'ate I, meeting adjourned : zaa captured here by !ff Frohock. I they proceeded without a careful examination : -
.' It 1s a fact that na such a)I BUT STILL GIVES UP lUMBER : of the territory and/without .'
I Ioune,. They also claim to
strophe has ever befallen any dry I have secured -
the. ,United State, as has befallen'WIFE: OBJECTS SENATOR GORMANNEARING I the necessary righto f ray for
,Francisco and its people; and I I 'the canal to have made no !scrimI -

that" Whatever sum the child-I'I i Material Beingi&rought Here From Hulk of Italian Bark Marie (Ina'lon in the levying of, the !ax, and
aa easily contribute through ti>eeroslty TO AN AUTOPSY IM\! 3 i deny that the tax,Is assessed ,for the g
of their parents will makem //; : Gfleco on Reef f Off Fort Lauderdale-Is a DEATH 't drainage of the Everglades solely or
happy, as it will be_used..tjas ; for the purpose of securing ommer =
ke comfortable possiblenn- | clal canals, as alleged. IJ 4_-
:Heavy Framing i Material. -: _
the circumstances the greatest u. ''I .:.1'I, J I In replying to the allegatIO o: them.
...J --r {complaints that
berjoflitUe"chsldren']; made I -- no dlsposlti etc.. 3
Lute at one time in the history cf BUT DISTRICT ATTORNEY SAYS MARYLAND AFTER MANY had been made of the tax c country.. Although mor! ban a year and a encountered a blow while at the LEADEr the Board of Drainage Com -
would suggest that,,tIle contrlbuS -I BODY, CAN NOT BE BURIED. half ago .since th$ Italian bark Marie I t tit reck and not having sufficient setf- MONTHS' ILLNESS. IS REGARDED -'I'jers admit the truth of the al cgatlon
taken np by you be sent to your -WITHOUT- Gneco went,ashore on a reef off Ft. room to work out was driven on the> I and!! set up that no Jisposli on has
nty superintendent'and by him -TO DETERMINE THE. Lauderdale and j fttbs wrecked lumber ;[ beach and wrecked I .IN A CRITICAL CONDITION been made because none of 1 the tax

milted to me. I assure yon that CAUSE OF DEATHNew I Is, still being taken from her and Following this a large barge owned FRM AILMENTS has been collected.
be DIed for the purposes stated -,. brought to this fclty by the Messrs. 'l y R. G. Ross Co.. of ,Jacksonville. /: Looked Ground Oven ;-
'Thanking, yon In advance for any Brlckell, who with others, purchased : was chartered for use In bringing the i The Board of Drainage Commissioners -

Dtt that yon may. 'make,_ I beg to the vessel and tier cargo, and storedon Dumber here but one night It broke admit that the description of the
ain. ,-', their propert n the south side of away from the wreck and was dashed I lands assessed was secured fijom the
"Tours very respectfully,' York. May 9It Is reported the river. f3 to pieces on the beach, becoming a Washington, May 9-{,-' Senator Arthur patent grants of the! United S te.but "
"MRS.,Jf, B.. BROW'ARD." today that District Attorney Kenney It will be remembered that the.'total loss Up to that Ume a third Pugh Gorman of MaH'land Is critically deny emphatically that the | assessment
of Staten Island has refused to allow Gneco went ashOre during a gale In.for more of the cargo had beenremov- and levy was made wltpont re-
IE' SAN FRANCISCO the'funeral of Charles L. Spiers the fall of 1904.!"nd became a toW jed'I and brought here: and shortly af- 111 at his home here, after having I ;art to the nature of the I lands as
CONFLAGRATION who! was killed mysteriously Monday wreck She w ajg enraute from Pen-I t'terwards I the bark broke In two and not been In his Senate seat for many as charged by the complainingcompany.

night until a complete autopsy can I sacola to a foreign port with a cargo ,, a greater portion of the lumber went months. i .
be held to determine whether he was of one million of Umber. The adrift Within the last few Mays be has had On the contrary the Draina re Cornr
:i The Public: i killed or committed suicide. cargo; was bough left Messrs. Lummns ''''One part of the vessel Is still high several sinking spell,<{ and his life Is mis.foners allege. they dM akea'

5 New Orleans, May 9, 1906 mutilation McCrimmon, Brl-eIl and others and on the reef and the lumber In it Is' despaired nf The sickness began sev-. careful examination of the la id. pay
iVe" last addressed you in circular i its removal to this! port commenced.Misfortune j being gradually washed adrift. It ral months ago with grippe and It ing especial! attention to th< topogds. ;
on the 2Stb nit. merely to raure autopsy has been held. Spiers was : let t ed to follow their : Is this that the Messrs. Brlcktll arc" Is now learned that I hp Is suffering raphy,of Florida the water sh etc.,3
you that our obligations would, f;killed In his home it is alleged, in I I efforts and wha Deemed a very profitable securing from the beach making Into I I with complication o' ailments which anj defining the limits of the ralnagsessed -
1 faithfully met, and that the needed''i an encounter with a burglar. 'I venture toned out a loss. First rafts, and fowlng here. Several rafts I slve no promise o" r overr. district "Ith due and prope! regard
ds would be drawn from our Head The police yesterday insisted that11t the two maste.t|lchooner. Llnerla. have been brought In during the past hereto. y
Plro In EnrlanA.. We have since was a case of suicide, while the coroner -f which was\ to unload the feW' .weeks the last containing several Arrived with Pmeaoples They deny also tbe charge t at they n
filed that- we can be reasonably d( said the wounds were such as lumber and, brine:! this. port, aster thousand feet coming In a day or two The large coastlrz! qchnoner Ruth E. have not made nor caused to f.e i mad
be Impossible of self infliction to//making two successfully! ; came this 1 0: the district
ago np tnornl g from Elliotts survey and t 11e lands
that net loss will not exceed
our 1 ._1 ,_ ____ __ ,
)000,00 and that the surplus of --- -- Key with a full cargo cf pineapples Question, and claim that Ja their
'United States Branch would alone New Dredge for Ken (tkUSTS" ; consigned to Cftase Co. who will possession Is "accurate and i lenUfle
more than sufficient to meet alls The steamer L. H. Pelton left yesterday "DRUG INDEMNITY PAID forward them at onto the northern knowledge" of tbe characte} of the
i at San Francisco. afternoon for the keys towingone markets The ergo will load.: a solid !and la question the ditferen strata
United States statement at 31si of the new dredges recently built f i car The captain reports\ that a number and the obstacles that are to jbe over-

ember last was as follaws: and completed .at the terminal ship ARE i TROUBLE 3 TO. MISSIONARIES of other schooners are now loading cbtne.

ts..,... .. .. .....$12.234.948:6 yardIt is a large,'powerful machineand pineapples and will( be up in the They Supervised Themselves
wU add greatly to the force iext day or two.Returning. In replying further to allegations
llltfes. .'.. .. '.{ ,... 6,972.66349 ot I tbq ;
dredges already at work at various i of the complaining company as

Surplus :.. .. ,'.'>i ".,.' S.: ::.:t9..'{ places along the line of operations. SILL OF INJUNCTION FILED BY J, BY CHINESE GOVERNMENT FOR to Extension to the preparation of the Vtt! pf landsto
home office announces that, sotffrom The-Iteamer.! Kenn dy and Peerlessof be assessed, the Board of Drainage
making any assessment on Gave Enjoyable Strawrlde GOVERNMEN- TODAY, ALLEGING PROPERTY DESTROYED LAST the extension fleet) are lying at the Commissioners ;gives some cecldedly r._

*. stock-holders will be able to Messrs. Hugh and Ben Coachman terminal dock taking [on large rarsoes unique and Interesting Information,
) SUM PAID THEM "specially when It Is rem em red that
efthe San Francisco'canl' It t; of freight and
upon. gave a delightful straw-ride last nightto supplies for the various j ;
out even, diminishing Its reserve. Cocoanut Grove using one of the, ANTI.TRUST/CAw!/ WAS $60,000 rumps ant places of o'rallC'll In the 'he said board and the trnste< s of the
But. had our lots at San Francisco large wagons belonging to the )Miami.. -.1 i key A number of f jhe workmen.who Internal Improvement Fund sa composed a
of the
'so. large as to have ,entirely. exited Transfer,Co. Those participating .were + had aMt the works In the last few .! ame State c[ cera.
The of
Drainage Con miisloniers.
,our home office reserves jrtd Misses Laura Youngs.lland Coachman! J 9The lays and come; hero]. with tbe mien- -
ay attorney Hong Kong May 9- Tie Viceroy as such boar, admit asking them-
> tat and, further, that no capital Herberta Perry Gertrude 'ion of going north. have changed
Iand general today announced,that the government of Canton has paid the American Consul j selves as the trustees of the :Internal
etc could be placed the mark- Whitten Gertrude their minds and wll! return to their -"
upon Lemls.
flirt i
I had a petition for an ; the sum of fGO.OOO as indemnity 1rn"e'rert mid for the >aid' list
..with success there would remain Mrs.' Keith, and Mrs. Dr: Gramling; Injunction against what is known as r tor the mission buildings and personal former *employment The great majority -'of lands but as the Drainage BoarJ. -
the security of policy-holders the also Dr. Lemls. Wm. E. Youngs. Mr."InIOn the "Drug Trust: of o the laborers leaving the com-' ,
i property the.missionaries. they did not ask themselvesfas trnsitees
d liability of 'the stock-hold- \ Yuel Pope, Dr. Gramling.Ben mny have no fault tp find with theirtreatment : -
The nimej
parties as defendants Ih] This Is as a result of the destruction to Ileslna1e, ..hlch laifls were
or the wa paid, but aim I
.L- Coachman and Hugh Coachman. The the bin are alleged to.hare combined of ('
l their property during the rioting owned by the State of Florida and
ply desire to 'return to homes'
be roller of the company has been party 'returned to Miami about 12 to control the f'[prices of proprietary r at Lien Chow last October. The their which were not I +
spire policy-holders with the o'clock after i 1 to fee their families and friends and ,
enjoying a "most pleasant I medicines in violation of the Sherman money will be transferred to the Furthermore. the Board ..* ''Drain- ,
that, in ,accepting 'its prom-' evening, anti-trust law. ,. 1 Presbyterian mission at Lien Chow.. announce that they will be rial: to 1
< J come again next se son. I Continued on Pate I.

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,. THE MIAMI METROPOLIS'!- ., Oil Heaters

Matting '
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I and Furnitunbe

; Will Sold at Reduced Prices for thirty' days .
B. B. TATUM. Pre. S. N I la the telling of >xheatc tiff well U ia
other things 11'1.the quality of out
,; MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS meat that wins new friends and patrons >
I very day. Bir the way,lT yon
I' a a ever tried us on l tan.order for rout
L W. Watson Avenue D
Entered at the Postoffice Miami.Fla.., as secoad-dats matter a beef! \Ve offer tie best Florida and
t:: Western beef to oe>> bad.I. .
IW + | R

One Year . ... .. .. .$.:..:.OO One Month . . . .$ .45 i''' ":
Six Months., . . .. 150 One Week. ...,. . .10 "'" j
Three Month..... . . 1.25 Weekly, per Year. . ..2.00 I I
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j i Opposite Court House Our Grand Clearance Sale

I. 432 Md 434 Twelfth Street Telephone 79 .
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WEDNESDAY. MAY 9 1903OUIt' ------r- jiS. now a matter of history and we feel as if we ought to thank our/ i

., ONLY MOTTO... hers for the fine .business we had. 'Tis trie we sold 'good at awfully low ;

: The Miami Metropolis li a credit to itt town. It I.1 one of the best prices -but that is our motto. Carry no goods over from season to season :

f .. daily paper in the State, and is progressive to a fault. It is a town bnllJer ..
and a friend to'the entire State.-Tampa' Tribune. f. and tor reduce our stock no matter what they cost. Practically all cur goods

It would not be within the bounds ,of reason, or possibility o:, human
: back to the old but in few lines where still
nature for inch a compliment at the above not to be appreciated, and more y are now prices, some we are .f;

M 10 beC'u It wm'fa from Tampa's leading paper-one that never says overstockedhave decided to continue sacrifice prices until stock lowered jI

what It'doel not mean. .
ll;. ;TheMetropolls baa as Its one motto "For the people which means i
t- that their interest is'paramount over all others and that when working ,

t tor'them it is laboring. for 'the upbuilding of the dty, section,and State.It I Men's fine clothing suits we sold for We are badly overstocked In men's pants erg
It has been the steady aim of publishers- to give as good a paper as possible $13( 50 We $5.00
fifteen and eighteen dollars to close and / offer. 6.00 and 7.00 Paragon pants h
to. treat aU men and measures honestly and honorably; to say everything them out at H . . . . the >est line made in the U. S. for .. "'
i good that .is,consistent with progress and prosperity: ; to give the
1" It occurs and Is found; to have the interest of the community at '
; newt stake u at aU times, and to'produce a paper that would be supported and appreciated f A broken lot of.suits In small sizes. Our l line of four 4.00,4.50 and 5.00 pants fi r. .$3.50
by alt "',33, 34 and 35. Worth $10 and 12, $ 90

As the Metropolis has labored in the past so will it continue In the to close at. . . . . . . All our 3.50, 325 and 4.00 pants for. .. |. i$3.0O '

,' future, and la.the end It hu the hope and belief that:Miami win be the J :
queen city of tie East Coast, u Tampa U the big and progressive one on
the side of the .1
west peninsula. We cleaned out our shoe: stock In' very good ....pe.t have but these few to offer at cut prices: .a

HOW WE ARE JUDGED. 1 1 Big line of.ladies, shoes endocMen's Shoes Men's Shirts

i fords in white canvas, duck- kid .f .
r 'under'tbe caption'"How we are judged," the Orlando Reporter very 1 A few men' shoes in Packard's $3.50 Mea shirts about all pone but we still
i i 5.00 white calf skins oxfords. 'and four dollar. and Geo. have a few of the Manhattan and Royal
ably says'of newapapent now ... ..._. .L. .. . .$3.95 E. Keith's 3.50 andfour'dollar.Wa1k.q..er Sizes Palms left. \VortbS OO Cl JK
""A;' 'n ..p.per'mayb run for various reasons. Every move maybe ; .3.50 white: canvas oxfords broken To close ') fly toclcseat .. ........f.$1.43:
Bade with an eye single,to the ,one idea of the dollar ,to be secured from now:..... ., ....... .'. ..$2.95 at.badly,. .. .... .. .. . ....$ 60 or more shirt worth $L25, AASLSOltocloMat.
the advertiser and the subscriber. It may be run as a political propositionto 2.50 white canvas oxfords $1.95 !. M'....,...JI.UU.
further the'lntereais of those connected with it or their frlen s.Itmaybe now. ..... . : .. ... About thirty pair of $! 0 IIdafewpalf '
1.50 white canvas ofords 3.00 shoes most all size Boys Shirt Waists ta.si.tra at 2O per ct
as a vehicle for common iow'don town gocelp."It now.. .. .. ."I- ...... ..$1 .35 To close at t .$2.15 disaat Ji-
may be run for the accomplishment of some iniquitous scheme ; : ,
It may'be rnn-as a mouth piece to exploit the Ideas of some one who '
tiinis his thoughts'are golden."It It will be a pleasure on our part to have you call and look our stock and urice over./ Our store is
may possibly be run in the public Interest, to' do good. to suppress
evil, to stand forth right, for progress, for health for education 'for moral large, plenty of air space and always cool] and comfortable during the summer months. Every one says :

. uplifting. and- a hundred., other worthy causes.' The, newspaper that can rise "it is a pleasure to trade at our store. All goods marked jn plain figures and strictly one price to all.
above'tie actual need of the immediate dollar be it ever so needy and stand .: I 1
for.principle"and ngit and truth and the !good of the greatest number, fearlessly -
: and unceasingly ,has seen a e eat light and has a great future before i

I;, -:'-- It" :,- ,,' "We sell the best that money (can j bUY; We want the world to t know it" j

: Hobson is said,to have the Presidential bee in his bonnet This Is !
; more menacing to his future usefulness than tie kissing disease :with which : I II ,

f .<<"' he was one time afflicted., ; -H'

<,The Metropolis stands for progress-not stagnation. It is'easy enoughfor i I
a newspaper to drift with the tide, but such a paper does not accompIUh!

4 much for.the"community' in which It is published.. The Anthony mfh- Company ,

.. Mrs. Mary McKlttrlck; aged 108, committed suicide at the home of her ,
son, aged,80.;at TJniontown Pa, by cutting her throatwith a carving knife. ,
She declared that God bad forgotten her and had neglected to call her, while a '
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: all'thoi. she knew in her childhood: and earlier womanhood had been called \

;: "home.In'"addition to Its ,other troubles, 'Frisco la suffering from a plague of 1

rats. Chinatown has contributed thousands and the whole sale district,tens .Do: You Want Leaky House? I
a (thousands, and while the fire doubtless destroyed many, ..eemlngly'mll.lI a
na of the rodents are left and hunger has made them bold and'delperate: ",
They even attack sleeping persons. It is estimated that there are 109 rats f.
to every house'left standing, and,what is to be done with them Is'a problem. I t 4w]4

',.. t There is no Pied.Peter to pipe them into the bay or the Pacific. ft .

3 Adjutant 'General'Foster has,disbanded .one military' company and told : f .
I Ip If do for but
several, Bothers, 'they'must'make a decided' improvement or "give up the so we can nothing you, :
ghoit": That is right.. A town that will not'furnish'and maintain a creditable '
military organization should not have one. A few; such lessons as '
the above will tend to Improve the militia throughout the State. It would
residence, business block! or a building of a kind
be better not to have a State troop than to have one Inferior and lacking If you want an absolutely water-proof y

In number, discipline, etc. we will be glad t.> show you a water proof artificial stone that is the best on the market

\Ve will demonstrate. to you that water can pe poured over the facing of our stone
Assistant. Surgeon General Howard, of tie United States Army, who was
with the Russian forces in Manchuria during tie recent war, says tie mil.. and will stay there until evaporated by the sun, with not the least bit of absorbmen by the :1

itary hygiene of tie,Russians .1s worthy of study, and imitation by the soldiers srone. It is not healthy to live in a damp house, therefore protect the health of ourselfxpense
r of this country. -.. The Russian army's records show',but one death by I jI
and and.build stone house Plaster can be put on this stonethus saving the
disease family
to seven wounds which is a far better record than any army In -j jof
this country has ever shown. During the Civil War there'were in both1 I lathing and we GUARANTEE our stone will not crack or peal. We also (leu l inBID i
armies about,four deaths from disease to one from wounds, and it wal'even! ,
Cement. : : FORGE)
worse.in the 1I'ar..lth.Spaln. These' ngnres! and, comparisons<<, are anything;,

but creditable to tie. ,American method o: sanitation and camp hygiene.The ;' I II If f

Gainesville Sun. peaches this sermon.on beauty that U appllcab'!
and fitting,to all the.,people and every city and town in nlrld:1"Th: bean ,
tifnl is needed'in 'Cu comm nlt) 1Ife.'e all have character to bui Construction Co .
The Art Stone
strengtheiuand' maintain. We need the beau'1'nI. Dress and live as sa ':
ages a.nJ.we: sound lOOn become savages !? act on The city -"mal
totally; void of beauty would be the abode at; tie sensual immoral an 1 I
lawless,: A"eommunity of taste and beauty uun'necessarily.be composeof 1
refined and cultured> and true culture: 'leads to higher morality :x r--

There are about.Gainesville many things_that commend It. There'are thing Office and Stone Yard Foot Avenue D. "Look for the Turn i in the Wall"
capable of Public sentiment, *HI Ja: muoi to war.!.beauii;
r rng-- ur 'dwellHngs..:our streets and alleys. X'mne.'. taste and beam t
will help ns all." ,
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IHi pr.otioei. aloeatte,state end r.d.r11e.lallaonni Many a Goat puts on a brave ace-and hides cheap inside work.:
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,, Seymour & Atkinson j I. r : & as important: as are granite foundations to a brick block Theyeoceof
Attorneys and | It' :. t-' e /five the garmei t its stability and character and the diffeka ,

J Counselors At Law. j r. EOR, ,.' few cents in tie cost of these inside details shows in two r three ;i
:: cia] aneatio*'to dril practice la aU conrt r6 weeks. The trimmings and workmanship of Schloss garm' ntsarercakeri
State art Federal j the belt that m ney can secure. The mere, lining cost the
Rooms S.6,i. Prissell Bid?.,Miami j from 75. : )
t_ -j+; to L'a yard against '25c to 60. that other linings-in
q' other makes cast It's simply the difference between so icthing.shift .
j'p G. A. : ;i good and something cheap betweej 4he best and a mak ;
,T. N. GAtJTIER 1-, between perfect: construction and cheap-:tvork. jjSchloss kin ngs are
Attorney at Law I t ;; ) only one among- sauperiorities.'Cloth.6ndin s.cuttiagandtai- :

310, Twelfth SU Miami. Florida j ':1 '* ft I)ring are all of:the tame standardeverytltingtheheat mone can buy C.,
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Attorney TltusvUl and Fla.Counselor. :: FOR $8.OO .0 i iI

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:_'!; Win_prattle' I*-aU. C...vu, SUM aid red.i ,0 ;

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1; T. 6L&Gf1S..Y. Dn Schloss, clothes are nolj' 'too good .for'' you; me price .
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L MIAMI. f:l FLOBID1. and has given general satisfaction and according I ill i f

,Dr. James'M; Jackson Jr. '"

;.JJ to all Democratic usages prinCiplesIS Ptt
Office Goner 124 SL slid B k ;

OppcsBaHaloofl'", t. Hal entitled to a second. nomination.and. ,

(Boors 3 to 4 did 7 to 8 p. ... R. W. Rhod, s .

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Ii J.H.F.Mullett.M.D.; Don forget the Number 322 Twelfth Street Miami'florida' "
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'j j! Eesidence 141, 10th street.FREDRtfTTEB. N. Broward and Associates Reply in Drainage Suit' 'j

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0.1'ft 1 Contractor. -R ,
are Commissioners set up that when, I Lain that H is thoroughly practicable
., Orading.Blasting.. .i trustees of the Internal Improvement I ss the Information which they have '
W..e DrU'-d. EId walk Fond they, were preparing the I secured will prove. The Fort Dallas National Bank :
aU vests they as Drainage Commissioners In replying to the allegation of the z
supervised the work done byhemielrei defendant] that the Increased value i
a W. C. Maynard, .''trustees of the Internal that will! result- will be below the i '
; Improvement Fund and 4na11r'admit actual cO.6t of the work, the Drains*.
::: GRADUATE=OPTICIAN that the preparation of the vests by Commissioners maintain that Just the
'.1"; .With liUynard' Son.J.w.-l.rATMMD the trustees of the Internal Improvement opposite jls; the case and that the Increase { :
.i! X.ut to rout OOc* Board of Drainage Commission InsTalue; of lands owned In this 774'r
ers was the act of the Board of district.ISrhen drained will exceed
r Drainage Commissioners.The the cOlt| f' completing the work'.by t
1 GEO. MCDONALD_ answer, naturally.refers to each at least 1,000 per cent. .* :
x; CM EilMirCOCOAOTTT body as a separate organization not tell|ih support of their position, United States :Depository. :D.ep9sitoryState of Florida ,;
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'j giving'quite so much detail regarding they of certain other lands not ..; ;
.....,...ad hW19141aW Lead a specialty, the fact that as far as the Individuals named not described which have been .- -, a ...... ; < t' i A
OEOVTU FLA. are concerned the two bodies drained.::' Previous to drainage they 1 I )i Ii
5 are Identical allege thlt the land did not sell bur .
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Was No Discrimination more tb>! n 30 cents, an acre and 4 ; /' J" d-
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F WALTEF C. The answer denies emphatically that In the majority of cases only 25 cents I !
there was' any discrimination' either was ae4 red. After drainage how > Report of condition 1 onApril:6th,1906 1 ,;asreporte1; i t o .
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against the complaining company or ever $100 an acre.
In favor. of the lands 'owned by. the m The Other Points the Comptroller of the (CurrencyCondensedResources 1 .
J Miami..Pla' .State, as charged.. It is ilio denied that the tax is Imposed
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J f ftr = They set np that the assesment was for] the purpose of draining the I J
i t : made'withoutknowledge as to.whoowned Everglaa only, the Board alleging I :
: TheChapmanHous the land;and that the assessment that It'Lti leeklnl' to drain all swamp ,a
was made without knowledge a. aUuvlalt.ind! overflowed lands in thdlstricti'.as
IP.W. CHAPMAN. Prop. to who owned the land and that the [ provided for in the act of
C KatM...,.XOO anan4 pw d the contorts Special of a U.--week.Loot special, tax: of 5 cents an'acre was CongreijJ! providing for, allowing Arkansas I '
1 cawd 17 mll. south of Pal. Buck ea Ui levied on all lands;swamp overflowedand [apd other States to drain the Loans and discounts... .. .. :' ... ............-$422,070.60 '
great Eat Gout Caaal.amo.. the pIpplet' alluvial taxable under the art swamp'qrerflowed! and alluvial lands : : :: : ; ;
I Good Bld ud....u.seater t>6.U rud.c;:... .. ........... ,.. 18,747.8 :
t' f Florida board proceeding. same position as did Governor Brow : ,
Ht Ms was j admitted that there; was ao ard In his: address delivered at the U. S. Bonds, and ,semen ... ..........-........ ... ....... 71,000.00 'f

I.h t' !t A.W. GrahamJ Levy made on*the lands ,the-title.o4nternal'to foot They of Main.deny, that street any object is sought I t Other stocks and Bonds.. .t.. -.. .. ........ ..... ...,.. ... 41,000.00 d '1

f. Contractor;-andBuilder. the tthW'was: otherthan that" set up by act of Lee Banking House .... ....... .....,.. .,.............. .. 50,000. O' iDtle.frombanks
set np that clOne 'because Islatnrejwder which they are proceed- '
F t Satisfaction Guarant*.d., these lands were not taxable under ing drying most emphatically |the and U. S. Treasurer ::. ..... . ..... 74,657.1)2) I ;
H Chapter 5377. by'authority of'which charge hat they are seeking to secure
i If Let se lar.Iek.d. send u4 1wn
KcferMcw pawl
t i-!: I /IT. anal ues jot.r.,O., boa era,MtmaUJla. they claim was done fairly and Thejftlalm that the right-of-way#for Gil ,
.- J openly and all parties were treated the cafiils needed to carry off thq $725,235.13 ,
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absolutely alike in the making the water Jifs been secured and on thb.
Expert Typewriter .J! levy.. other points raised by the complain, .
Opportunity of Hearing ants joIn Issue contending that; all .. Liabilities /
kt t Repairing Continuing with their answer the that they have done has been entirely ,. :
Drainage Commissioners deny the allegation legal arjd with due process of law'and

w. C. PRESTON" opportunity of the of a complainant hearing was that given n. closlnifIth of the suit a, prayer with reasonable for the dismissal coats,- caPital:... .. .. .............)........:...:.............. .. $100,000.00 :
:Q t 304 9th St. .. P;O. Box 311 ;.
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them. eta | f.A Surplui and undivided profits..i,... ..... .'. ..... 6,766
t. I They state that all meetings the | Decree Pro Con'elloI '
lEmil A.: Ehmann' Board were held openly and publiclyat In t case of the Florida East National Bank Notes.-.. ......:...:.. . 02,000:00
not Coast Railway Co., John ,, ...
Tallahassee and that there { vs. SewelL f ?.; >1:; ',.r'. "
:1 j only was' none but was not eveD an et aU fcsult growing out of the drainage .. DEPOSITS: . .. .. ........... ...,."...".'.......'. ."...... .566,468.46 'f i
:| I Architect pita in Dade < "
attempt at secrecy. They allege that county :Major Ale;' J" '
.. sufficient opportunity given all to ander [fit. Clair Abrams counsel, for : : ;S72X235 13 ;
f \. West Palm Beaoh Florida appear before them and IUbmlt .en. the complainants, yesterday filed with :. : 'j
f,t dence as to the character their Clerk K O. Locke of the United ; ,
lands, eta They deny, further that StatesHJircuIt: Court the praeclpe for ,
fr. Merritt:.&.' Kolb they made no announcement as to the decrerf)rocon'easo, because of the '
purpose for which the tax was Im fallurCef, the defendants to plea,'ete.. Fort Dallas National Bank offers to all customers old and j
F Real Estate Rentals etc: posed. within!.he: time set by the court. ne w-every* r
e.t.tu, In an their actions they allege, tht Sim! lar action was taken In the case favor consistent! with sound banking ideas, and every/accomodation 1 i keepingwith '
ATC. C. near 12th St. Miami C Fla. equal protection of the laws was "de of .3Boston' and Florida Atlantic their balances and financial. standing.Win. ,
nied to none no proceedings were had I CoastfenJarffi.jttind Company vs. the same de- I "
without due process of law and the; 'I j {
DR. ,E. M. LAW rights of none had been restricted 'iu At S-o'cock; the hour for closing .
any manner unconstitutional as Is the oie of the clerk of the United f
DENTIST charged by the complainant State o Practicable and of Value of codiplalnt In either case had beck Geo. R.
M. Drown President Oomph Cashier ,
it Finley Building The defendants that deny that the lilled. lIt was stated that counsel for I \
11 Artistic Work Thoroughly plan for draining this district and the defendants was ill, this accounting J
ExlOCuWd' the portion of the Everglades contained ftrequiring.j the failure to plead etc., as ,
:'- Wl'.h Th. Mist M rn'ADpllaio? therein Is Impracticable but main' .. \ .S

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;N; 3 Cent Fare Bill

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: .. uring the session of legislature of 1901! Hon. Hudson Burr introduced in the House of Representatives t bill fixing railroad fares at 1 =
7llI three cents per mile in this State. The bill was properly referred to the Committee on Railroads and Telegraphs, where, after
-;. :;: hearing evidence and careful consideration,5] the committee reported the bill! back to the house, "That it do not pass When the bill
:: ".'L came up on its second reading the Chairman of the Committee moved to indefinitely postpone the bill, as was the custom for the Chairman -
>,,4 of any committee to do when the committee's report was agahtst4hepassage of the bill He stated, among other things that the
{ railroad Commission'was at that very time considering the advisability of fixing the rate at three cents per mile. That the railroad Commission -
;' :'l did not wish the legislature to interfere, and further stated that if the rate was fixed at 3 centsthe one thousand mile book whichwas
then sold at 125.00 could be sold for Io.oo. and further 'stated that the Committee had reason to believe that if the rate :was "

>1 J--. fixed at three cents per mile by statute lawn); effort would be made to repeal the law. creating the railroad commission, cn the grounds,
:" that as the law had fixed the rate the commission would have nothing to do. With this report from the House Committee, who had
,made the investigation and other information before me, I took the position that the railroad commission would} fix the rate at three
IkV. q.+ !' "0'" '. :" cents, when it would stand the test of the courts! as the U.S.Supreme Court had long'since decided that all quasi corporations was entitl '

..\ '. ed to a reasonable interest on their investment, and. not knowing what the investment, receipts expenses[were:, I preferred to leave it
1 .\ .. .'".. with the people? who did know and who ha4ibeen elected for that purpose so voted against the.bill. When the bill came up in the Senate
p: a big majority the Senators eviaently thought as I did, as the bill was indefinitely postponed by a vote of 18 to:10. Senator Carson of '
: Osceola County who, I am,sure had as much to do with creating the Railroad Commission as any other man, and whose father-in-law, y
"'. Hon. \i M. Bryan was a commissioner at that time, voted against the bill, and I am sure he did so because he thought it should be left
V.I ., to the commission and that he bad reason to believe the commission :was then considering the question In Senate Journal I, page 999. -ill-
:.k. Senator Baker of the. soth district (and a rjiore>! honorable man never lived) gives this explanation of this vote: '"
", ;t- "Mr. President: My position on such questions as this is matter of record and well known to all.] I have helped to enact into '<;

I ""' law a measure that delegates full power to| Commission elected by the people whose duty it is to pass upon all such questions. I leave't .
; '>, k the responsibility with the commission, andishall< vote to indefinitely postpone the bill. j
As further evidence that my position;) was the correct one. we find the rate was afterwards fixed at three cents and mileage
I y.' -; books kept at two and one half cents. M| I r rI

:, : **"> regret very. much to be.forced intoa; ,newspaper controversy but as some few political! agitators and curbstone politicians seem tohave #
;-.: -. j ,nothing to do but walk the streets ami :endeavor to array one class of citizens against another, and ark endeavoring to injure me in
It;.1 .... my race: for Representative, I navewritteiff the above, but promise. not to pay any further attention to the '
l I ':-- If any man wants to know my position either in the past or at present upon any. public matter. I Fill} gladly tell him, but I ask.
: I I them not to take the statement of my political enemies. iI I

'*.,;:, ,, .- ,,'I shall leave. ,the matter. ,with. 'the people... ... They know me, and. they know my opponent so vote for your l choice, and I will be satisfied
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Dlmlcli, fin the nnexplred term of J. 1'. Lsmond.
.. in year Eugene H. cam to >
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and with his SUM tan a
Dade county
was elected to the same rftsltVon aa4
i and relatives settled at Palm Beach. was reflected In MOO. 1 '
1/ 't, I In 1881. hli family removed to North Mr. Dimlck was not again a eaadJ-
'.. \J ,. Carolina, where be attended the com date for office until he was Induced
;. >0. '. mon ichooli near their' home, and by a committee comopsed of the rip ....
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Yet vf to give up further schooling In order ethers, to become a candidate for -
.! .<; to to to work to aid his mother In the county commissioner from UM Bscoal
i '.; t. support of himself and two younger Commissioners' District at the last ]
;, ;, ,"t sisters. Democratic Primary In Dads county,
f. His first work driving teams
: : was pi and was elected by a Catering majority.
... >. the mountain roads between High ;
lands North Carolina and Wallahalla. For nearly! slzten mentis Mr. Dtm- ti J
',. South Carolina. A year later his ick has served as coutcommJu101t- .
d.. P, : mother died, and with his i sisters h. er, how well he has served and wiOt: .
...s-- '. : returned to Dade county, where he has what Interest and fidelity to the trust 1J
.;. :. since resided. Imposed Is well known la his district '1
When the town of West Palm Beach and throughout the county and needs ;'d
was first Incorporated. Eugene H. no encomium here. Snfflce It ,to
l Dimick was elected on the first city say that If elected Clerk of the Circuit .
t A.WORLEY } ; council, where he served with credit Court. the citizens of Dad will hart
GEO. I to himself: and to the community In him an official who win not only .
A little later be was a delegate to be competent and courteous, but perform
the convection at West Palm Beach the duties of the position with
Candidate For Representative Sth! deciared against the,,convention "the fidelity and careful attention taat-
t : svtretnA: nominations and. in favor has been characteristic of his serr-
I' o* primaries i Ice in every position of trust ,\\le .
) la 1S98 Governor Btoxham appointed I.has ever held. | 4f

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I Y' Most' Any Office'Phone 35 H. |M'' KING(I'l 'Phone 88 ill"For rooms Rent and- Furnlshel bath. 219 house Tenth: cool St. I "POP i "

Making Coal Barges
i Undertaker and Embalmer. A number of the new barges built ....
In Jacksonville and towed here for

DA 1300 AVENUE,* use in the Key West railroad operations la overyhoeya- -sans ter

RESIDENCE ?18 7th STRiE: are now being fitted with bulwarks soft drink. All .....** IP 8PoJf
1 and made into coal carrying but they / crafts, each having a capacity of several

is apt to be" one on which I :used thousand the tons. The coal will be in :
by dredges and steamers
you will have to purchase f llersollal dfetltote ) I'the keys. "cascade"GingerAle t

For Sale- Two fine milch cows at 1",
::1 a bargain. Address Box 144, West
A Mr. B. B. Tatum returned this morn '\\'bf1inae, Rlbon Lemon and Vsnll- Palm Beach Fla. STOP SMOKING J .

ing from a short business trip to Jack la ant;,growing more popular every ,
sonrllle. day. Absolutely pure, goes twice as I THAT rl".
WEDDINGGIFT far as>.jjther kinds, and the flavor] Is Boat bargain now would tempt off
perfection. season purchase. Type: sailing and .and try OM of Mr high ... Nees
We ara'tMsf
F 7, power-. by'll11&. Address Box 15 CaacaaV taThere We .......,. Martinez Cigars wh\c.\ wa ara wM1
Mr. john S. Williams and family Cocoanut Grove. Fla. an a let of ......alts
Mr. E. T..King, one of Ft. or Key's'' West, accompanied by Mrs. but MM t* 'OMyara wIIIIIC. Ing for oily I oasts. Dean awy goer
.." dale's prominent and Lauder-l FlossII|Walker, arrived in the city There art many people who& caaread ....." Be Nlra yes gut cigars, but the boat each aa wo hoop
.. is yesterday on the steamer Martinique t human nature In the lines of,the -Caacadc" and .ms sstt.tlhlta .
iness men, in town today
14We'll iness. from fi* Island City, and win be 'hand. They tell to their own satisfaction for they Pit M none than what ..

; guests:for several days at the what kind of a person carries Mall srMn lerlor grades ee4. .1....... Tryone
-f Dallas kote1.Knli Fort I the hand. There are others who can gtvss gesnl Visits
')... roaster wants to Hot yew property tell a man by the way he holds his of sag S cent elffaratoday Utsr dlasM

S of Pythias. Elks Odd-t flows 'head. There are others who caa tell : and.we are'pew yes kelp
be ready for you when Six lots with 250 feet riparian Red Men Masons and all lodges by the penmanship what kind of a AcmcBottlingWorks
the day comes with the right rights Wilson A Huddletton.- I shoa1d'1 ave delegates at the Auditorium person he Is, and In each case there Is '- become a rrtAOY CUtTOMUL
much truth.
night, to attend the meeting
Goods at the RIGHT PRICES H. 1C. King, the wen known undertaker -' of the Bachelor's Club. Send Did you ever stop to think that you JJ
> .'. has cone to Jacksonville to attend -1 your forking teams there for pointers can tell a firm by Its advertising? Sixth Street, Welt af tM IM hIIIrJ 1
the annual meeting of the FlorIda on initiating.Mrsjullexander. Study the ads la this paper and you 1 J
o Funeral Directors' and Embalm I t'i will be surprised how true to life they Taken. to Asylum I
era' Association, which is In !session I! St. Clair-Abramsleft are. This Is a better test of our theory ; j'
than any thing else. Ton know Deputy ,Sheriff Barry Morris l.:t HAYESThe
f there. II for Mlajnl.' this morning on a visit to the merchants and ;you can judge bow last night with J. A. Payne, the white
r I i and to'ittend, the wedding of her sister ,
MAYNARD&SONJEWELERS far wrong we are. man, woo baa been acting ao strangely -
Picture frames made to order. The Mist Agnes Sligh, which will take Cigar'Man
Racket: Store. place the 15th.Owing to 'the There are the firms who have been la and ;disturbing public worship for
;: Km business a long time and have a fair the pact week. Be will be taken to -
ICircnltfcourt '
and OPTICIANS : being In session In this ; -
business at Chattahoochee and placed In the -
a good profit They are asyInm
I; Mr. John count, St.Clair-Abrams will not OPPOSITE B1SCATMX
t B. Sherman who for sometime |MaJ. HOTEL i
satisfied to let things take their cdurse for the Insane at that place.
\r{' Next to. PostotBco .Miami. nor, da I IIi past has' filled the position of.:I l be abiy to attend-Jacksonville Meftropolficl Their aj tells that they can be foundat Payne haul| a recurrent form of Insanity
cashier in the freight,depot of the F. i j the old and their ;
: same place goouk being rational for month at riI'be
E. C., in this isnow with The Gantler bonito open for
Railway city I| f
are the same aa usual so there Is no a time when a sudden change takes
') I the First National Bank as bookkeepBROSSIER. -i Special private lessons In dancing the summer at summer.rates.- Airy
use to change the reading, hence their place and the "has"acute attacks of
Mrs. L G McAllister-Beck er. for la4)Ceg and children only, Wednesday rooms and-fin* c1lla1De.:0 .- _
{ _:_ :. ad stands the same all the year, and religions mania, or acute melancholia .
and Friday afternoon at 3 to 5, at
year after ;year. -=-::- _.o, :,
means HEAL K STATE.Meurs..H4As the Dancing: Hall. There are other firms who make *
Summer 'rates at the Hotherford For Rent Small furnished house ,Jon
, Real Estate --- sensational runs of prices below the Boarding House, 223, Ninth street t Boulevard.- dreu.Box.TU
'I r Pennock Will sill|l For Nassau cost price and when yon read It you
j.iParrlsh.iof| and E.jW.1 I I' jThe,'.$rltlEh schooner Hattie _Darling look at once for the hook for you knowIt .-
1 : and
Jnpiter WestFalmJ
Rental InsuranceOm | ;.'fitpt. Thompson,'will," sail the Is a bait because no man can sell i
wilhSoon !
Beach, respectively, returned to their: latter part of the week'for Nassau. goals below cost unless he makes It To Parents: School i be Out
homes last night after spending aj
, '. .-. i latter.iJiotherload.ofJmmlgrantl: and up some other way.
couple 'of-"days In'town attending the
< :
, {cargo PSf fruit will return here There, is the firm with the oatch ..
meeting-the-County-) School Boars .. -
HafchettBldg :entente' .
: "We
about uile-r: : --.u want your money 5- t'l l ,
of which they.,are members.. ,: 'That was a fool thing to advertise and
'- f
No 32aiill2tK.StED.MOFFATS' the way It was run showed the firm Miami Conservatory of MusicWill
" Suit i ,Bring your husband the auditor-''i BRosiER will collect your rents was' new In advertising dell It ;; iI
< turn Friday night to the meeting of '
was run until everybody was tired
[the' Bachelor's Club and let the poor Not! l'.to Congregation and the papers 'did not want to printIt I hold a special Summer term May 1st to August 1st In Violin,, :
(1 fellow' laugh at the other hen-packed Revf}Vm. E. Stanton requests! the any longer. Then that firm made Plane,| Kindergarten and Prima Music.. Call or writ for particulars :
: husbands. men t: t. cf the Baptist church to ,I a change of front and advertised that I and terms A fine opportunity for the young fojks.I Practice r
I jusite /Kjth! some of the other churchesin I Ii they t would fill any order made to the I Pianos'supplied free. REGISTER EARLY .
Miss Edith Newcomb, of West Palm | th;lf mid-week prayer service tonight -j catalougue! house for 5 cents less thanIt '
Beach, is expected to arrive in the!! n account of the work of getting could be' delivered from Chicago. I FRANKLIN. COLEMAN BUSH, Director. 225" Twelfth Street s

l' city tonight as.the guest of :Miss Ag- ; that'"* church 'ready for the new Everybody said It could not be done I
nes Sllgh, who* win bem.. arriednext pews. but the firm made good their promise ., v
}l Dairy lunch : Tuesday to Mr. George Newcomb.i and that is always the teat of value of i '
:Miss Newcomb will be maid of honor ,SEEf MRS. McALLISTER-BECK advertising. Their ads have been of I 1I .
at the wedding, which will be one of ABO REAL- ESTATE. the kind that It takes very little effort I
the social events of the season. for the mind of'the observant. Intelligent -
Everything including reader and buyer to see that "
new. >
r Is a Spjlndld Craft BE ON GUARD
For Sale, -Fine furniture, including Commodore1 I Monroe of' Cocoanut they are up to date and leading In .

I- the building making the handsome mahogany piano, refrigerator -. Grover ame up this morning in his their MIAMI line. HARDWARE COMPANY."We I Read and Hand to Some One ElseIt
and chiffonier. Apply 226 Sth handsome new cruising yachtMelody: *
cleanest and neatest. din- street which|;was commissioned about two want your money.
I weeks;ago. The craft is one of the is a significant fact, at each election
Two furnished cottages tor rent to finest fit t the kind In these waters, a i that the railroads connive to
Ing room in. the city. November 1., J. H. ''Tatnm a Co. good sailor and built for convenienceand G. M. 'VINCENTPhysIdan : run into office men whom they believe .
comfort 1 will be subservient to their In- ;

'Dr. G. M. Vincent a well known and Surgeon I terests.
The following editorial from the
physician of Punta Gorda, is ,among : ESTATE. MRS. McALUS-
TOR. ,LADIES, the latest additions to Miami's medical' TER-BECK. Female Diseases a Specialty "Florida, Advocate" a fearless Independent
published at Wauchnla. _
fraternity. Dr. Vincent is ac paper
eompanled'here"by his wife and soff Rerdence 214 14th St In DeSoto County, puts the people on
Not.Connected with a gala I Vf, W, Vincent and Miss Vivian Ty- Six *Mots with 250 feet riparian Office: room 4, 6, 8, Hatchett Bid;. guard In this campaign:
rights.: Wilson A Huddleston.
son.and are pleasantly domiciled "Cot T. J. Applejrard. editor of the
,' Florida Index, Secretary of the Florida
214 Fourteenth street The doctor
Buttermilk eV : '8t : has opened offices--In'the Hatchett Building! Pretty Ravine 'UKILLS Press Association: Secretary of
5c a glass. .Light refreshments '' building on 12th street and will imme- Capt George W.. Dillon Is adding US-QUI the Florida State Senate, Secretary <
served daring diately begin the practice of his pro very ffl.lch to the general appearance t4 Treasurer of the Lake City Board of
fession. He and his family will be of his property on Avenue B by havinga MOSQUITOES Trade, has announced himself a candidate
aflliboars.3rd cordially welcomed to this commun llttliCravine built on either side of l6lBic: Few lOciiTi for Railroad Commissioner,
ity. the week approaching his residence. CoL Applejard Is a big jolly fellow;

door cut of Avenue D on 1311street. I I Wlen r completed, water bilges and a fine fellow to be out with for a good
.,.Front Baildinjr. MainvFl Revival services at the First M. plants lfill be placed laU and It made Patent Applied ForAt time but he has been too closely
E. Church tonight one ofthe: landscape novelties of.the all DruggiltlMUs.QUIT.U connected with the corporation Interesta .
I efty. rat ':. of Florida to make a good commissioner
., ___ MF'G CO
In short, we believe he Is
'. .MOSSIER means Sate innsameiHiTHE I .RO"IER., ...... eats I....-.-.tll U. Jackaonvi11e.F1a. a corporation candidate and that the

I corporation will furnish him the
TimesUnionDaily RACKET 'STOREIs I 1 rsUroceryBargains- boodle to make the campaign.

"-.J. "Aa secretary of the Florida Press
Association Mr. Appleyard has done
much for the Association and doubtless
THtPUCRibbons {
many editors In the State feel
.. under obligations to him. and wo regret
and I that the Advocate caa not support

.. i him. His former connections
andLaces l i with the Flagler Interests are enough

SundaySeven J to arouse one's suspicions, and 'the
; tail that ha la now, preparing an address
'I I Thursday;;: May 10th I to be published throughout the
Issues State at so mach per line farther
utter prt'be confirms this suspicion. Since Mr.
.this in mind 35c..30c }
Keep ; we save: regular Applerard'a enforced retirement

... you money. from eKy We tape has been publishing '
California Peaches, 30c. . 20c a paper at Lake City, and we do
Askany of our cu.tomersf| I not believe he la anymore personally

.4bs. Whole Grain Rice . 2Sc'J I able to go Into such a campaign
Week than the averse country editor and
15 cts. a '7cakes I generally country editors of Florida .
Octagon Soap.25c
We *ffl bate a sale .on shoes nexl 1I J are not millionaires. la his letter

elCthat "m Interest you ,, asking rates from the Advocate he
1 I Laundry Starch, reg. lOc. . .05c says check win accompany order and
i the question comes to our mind: Is
NEW Potatoes, peck..40c Lake City a gold mine- for country '
fea editors, or la It more probable that

T SMITHSBOOKSTOUl _WE SELL! EVER YTHIN the corporations are furnishing the
Magnolia :
W.H/.Chaile&Son I Grocery Company

fPhone:84. Corner ztcenue D and 4th Street. ,
,1211 Avenue D, Miami, Fla.. Tt
I'aid"10'Cent'Annex at Mil'ATS..n

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THOS. W. MATHER AX ORDINANCE f rate of spefff exceeding 4 miles peal "
MIAMI. FLORID i hour and stall: at all times, while on!
Mechanical and Hydraulic Engineer. the sfeetsiirecnes. or public highways 1
.'" Wlndmmi, steel towers. tanks, CMtlat An ordinance regulating tie use and I of thsjfity of Miami, have such I

pumping engines, fsJvaalstd I speed of automobiles locomobiles, motorcycles vehicles or{[.conveyance under perfect

told. black pipe at wholesals Special : or other\ conveyance of a control || \ Great Clearance Sae|
aefclnery designed sod bull Aleut similar character and relating to the I Sec. s. l pbn approaching person

IlK EM!. Acetylene Gu GeunatOrLMiami l use of the streets by persons ridingor walking Injt&r upon any of the avenues '

I driving thereon. sreetlor highways of the city .
of )Miami tor a horse or horses or
Be It ordained by the City Council other drat ..nlmals, whether being
1 Skating i ofthe city of Miami ridden. leil.f; or driven upon said 3

Section 1. That It shall be unlawfulfor streets, avenues<< or highways, the per- :
son operating such vehicle
any person or persons to 'run or any or
conveyancers above described, Ihallgtt'e
to be automobile, lo f v
RinkOpen cause run any amp and sufficient signal or
comobile, motorcycle .or other conveyance
warning approach; and shall '
or vehicle propelled by any such cftfier reasonable ATDINES I
use precautionas
a to 10 a. m. for beglnera power, other than muscular power, to insnje the saftety of any per- ;
Open 2 ts 6 p. m. excepting such motor vehicles as runI son or th.3' safety of any horse or J SU
Open 7 to 11 p. m- I I upon rails or tracks that may be. horses or pjtier draft animals and
Tuesday afternoon reserved for ladle.I{ used for locomotion In,-on, over or upon I pretent frightening! the same. toi I
Saturday forenoon reserved children: any of the streets, avenues or
Sec. 9. ri\l1Y person operating any|I
I other highways o' the city 01
COMPETENT INSTRUCTORS public such \ehlcle! afore-1 : .
or conveyance as ,
I Mlaml.unless automobile or other J *
Admission 10 cents.;' Skating 25 cents as described above shallbe said upon pub'f streets or highways of: I .t. L S,
6th St. West" of Us Factory, UpstairsWE I comeyance the city ofjUlami[, shall at the request, }
licensed,. equipped and run, managedud :
or on tbepslgnal/( by putting up the A

'CAN. ,':HELP YOU TO MAKE t;Hided. controlled as hereinafter. pro hand from-1 person rlJlns, leading orb i iI continues with ,renewed interest and vigor. r-J 1 T*.

YOUR 'HOME: t) Sec. 2. That an automobiles, or I driving horse or horses or; .,., .
ATTRACTIVE AND COMFORTABLE' Other conveyance as above-described' ;other orcar ait1\"e: i conveyance, bring ,such as above mot agrw.\Ve H add f number; ofimportaiit' :i ite'ms+ +it Those already men i
As we can furnish you with useful shall; by,the'ow'net,01"- person hartng .
t to a stop; and -
and ornamental articles for'every the-same" hVcmwdr/management! \ -y 4 -. ,
if faielijto In an opposite directiou i ,' : ''i j ", L.J-
Wroom from7 the''patter:;to the kitch- or control be entered of record In a such ;: J' "c .. ",
;person riding leading or.1rh'n6'
en'Floewr.pptiI'7a/dlnfers7 door book kept for that purpose by._the 'sijor ,Fit restive horse or horses! ... .-. ,I ;
and porch'iii li' rug's lamps clerk oL.tbeclty. iliamLshowIfl -
dry 'iraft i
I other animals remain sta{
straw mat. 'OAiTfall to see oursanitary the":name jjf tae ;man fa.4.tlU'er) : t ,1
tionafj sdto ,tong; as may be reasonable] 20 dozen l ladles' gauze vests taped neckj Yard wide unbleached Domestic (
of horsepower4, seating capacity I
ware Rocking. amount
cooking ; 'allow siuh} horse or animal to pass: and sleeve worth anywhere 20 yards to
ham ware, mixing bowls and napkins kind of motor power used and r. ) 2 I each.eustor It1VIcr; 1
.. ; '? .,,; -j' owner or agent having the same in his and If trailing; in the same direction, ten cents, now 4 for...... .. ........... '" o -1 ItStf' '
use such reasonable precaution In' 12 yards Lonsdale l ?Forgef-Me-p 1
control and 2
custodj-.inai2Seruent: or ; I
: QlJ.n 5.0IQlI1vkins, such'.automobile .or other 'vehicle as passing animal,'then t as or thereafter to prevent such further horseor 20 dozen ladles' gauze vests .25c25c Not Bleaching for -,.-1-s> I
adore described shall'then ,be numbered w t a
frightening) provided that the same worth I5c. now 3 for__.. ._-_. .

ul ,. :5' ,. > '. :::7! lOc aad:letterej as: directed with'..the by'letter.tie .city"IT clerk and in case ditch horse" .or animal appear ; : ShirtsiSacrificedworth

Ctl" ." .,ana, such'n mber' or numbers and letter badly frightened,,. the person operating 12 dozen ladies' gauze vests Great Line of

shall be furnished by the owner or such[vehicle or upon request so 2oc, now 2 for.....-........_...- 4
to do, such person so operating! such I'have broken line of
a Cluet and
Y. Store rtJl' agent wf any-such vehicle or convey i
Ten i.iefy ance as above described and shall be vehicle shall cause the motor of,the Ten dozen assorted Turnover collars In ., Monarch shirts in attached and de .J
hung from the same In such manner same to t tale running so long as may black white blue and pink, worth I tacked cuffs. Also coat shirts which
..Io.. Gtr4i.i.0 'Mlaml. PU."Wirefor be reasonably! necessary to. prevent 25&(j ,,'e.'e offer,to close in TWO LOTS >
.a*1C b. plainly vtslblffjtront 1 thejear, $.
further tightening said horse or 25 to 35 c, now two for...-.-....-- .
affixed, stamped or printed thereon In : ,
animal, prevent accident and to In detaChedeuffsworth
figure or/figures and,letter not less sure the safety[ of others. One assorted lot of silk and wash stocks Lot 1. Cluet:attached and 4
than three (3) Inches in height and
Me two'(2) aches la.width.for the let Sec. l 25G'
person o.f J property on the streets or your forty and 2.00 L U
ter-and for-each numeral-before any Miamidue five cents, choice __.___ !
other hifcb.ways of
the city of
such automobile or other conveyanceor I
vehicle as described above shall to the operation thereon o* any five dozen ladles fine linnene Lot 2.
such motor'vehicle or converanc'e. Twenty nOw----t
and l'iHWir&foFYou"Rhone176 as :
to be
berun or cause run upon any cuffs,
of the streets, avenues or other above d rlbedthe person operating hemstitched handkerchiefs, put up 3 in 95j'(

highways of the city of )fiamI. Provided such vehicle shall stop And upon request a box,.and worth 10 to 15c I CL I at-.--- :: J' '

; That the person or persons.owBing ofit..4e present person Injured or from any This sale per box.-......-..-.._..-- I JO t ( ,
person give such his I
controlling or managing person ; '
.C H. BROWN any such conveyance or vehicle as name and address and If not the ow- Special Shoe .AnnOUJ'1GementfI '
above described, who has or have ner of. ( such vehicle, then la such I 100 lawn and silk baby caps at half price .

-:ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR paid other a than license the In State any of of Florida the States or event of Snill'jiuch give owner.the name and address Lawn and percale wrappers .95c45c' Keith's Konqueror 3.50 :and "4.00

1113' AVMM C has paid a city license In any other See. l|| All automobiles or other worth I 150 now__.___.___._ ,I We are 'exclusive"agents for tLIa famous"stoe

city of the State of Florida, shall up conveyances, as above described, for Kimonos and For style, fit and service this.line ha> no sn,
on the exhibition of such license be hire shall be subject to the same license Law sacques pcrior and few equals. :JUST RECEIVED

exempt from the requirements of this charges' and regulations now U worth 75c, now ;" --. a new line jn all the late and popular styles.
section for the period of ten (10) days force of *hat may hereafter be provided ;
after 4 inch, automobiles! or other con for l litJhe regulation of hacks, cabs, -
BISCAYNEDRUG veyance as above described shall and ot het; vehicles soliciting business i I. :

: of have XlamLSec.been brought Into this the city and. patr&nage t'1; ,on the. streets of theetty W.. M. Burdine; 316-318 TheifihStq :

S. That the city clerk of the -8 Ii. U shall be the duty of the .;
cityof.Ulama snail be paid bT.the ,operator!or driver of any such.conveyance I
COMPANY owner or agent of said vehicle or conveyance as above described or of
as above described a fee o* any pejritra driving any hack cab omnibus -
twenty-five (25) cents for recordingany : btu other.vehicle of any nature ir'
0 such vehicle or conveyance as whatsoever, or any person riding a Money TO Loan s Oyster'and Chop HouseSea
above described as required In Sec. horse OR other animal or a bicycle in
2 of this ordinance. or upOtj( the streets of the city of Food Our" i
Sec. 4. All conveyances or vehiclesas passing any other personoperatIE

Medicine with above one good described horn,shall gong be or equipped bell and bile ok' other or driving conveyance any such or antomr vehicle, On Short or Long lime Oysters bj plate, quart or Street'I .

,1. shall show between the hour of sun, as above described, or driving any Meals served at all hours 410 12th ; Miami:Flonda
e set and the hour of sunrise, wo (2 hack, !Jcib or omnibus or other vehicle
1 In medicine, be careful i' lights showing a white light at a ] of'any nature whatsoever or any Easy Payments

I' distance of Three Hundred (300) lees perao4Mding any animal or bicycle Investigate Before J
i' In what you buy and ahead and shall show a red light affixed to go)(in the right hand aide of ..theItreetZJh ) Investing

3{ where buy It. It is I to the rear of said vehicle or so passing such person.SecJ'S. '
1 you" conveyance as above described; such ; }; That any person violatingany Dade J Go. Security Go. I J JBaa
i not: only important that rear light to be unobstructed frombehind :provision of this ordinance shall Wind
by any portion of said vehicle.

you get, the-. best val-' \ Sec. S. Xo such automobile or t$100 be punished Oft\) or by by Imprisonment fine not exceeding not exceeJIng BurkhartLOCK been adopted bj the beat people of the country the' '

i i 'ues, but I also that you other vehicle or conveyance as above 60 days or by both such fine cheapest power for raising water. Note the people who have ..
described shall be run upon any of and Imprisonment/ in the descretlon them," they could have steam, gas and hot air too;if they want.
get goods that glee: you: the streets, avenues or other public of thiCourtSedjjlt. AND GUNSMITH ed it.: I handle the best mill made and make a specialty ot this ;
highways! of the city of Miami by any business and with mechanism that I hare
my pump been 3
: just
results ; .
satisfactory ;we That all ordinances
t or Expert Repairing
:: person under the age of IS years granted a patent on. I will guarantee to double the capacity,. \
have a reputation for, Sec. 6. That It shall be unlawful] the .:provisions hereof la conflict-, be and- with the i Avenre C between 12th and 13th St.r value,and life of any wind mm outfit. Any infringements will
or any person or persons to run or I { be prosecuted.
I fum hlng'satisfactorY I cause to be'run any such vehicle or same, are,hereby repealed. I .,
Seil5.| This ordinance shall take J -
above described on
conveyance as !
L and Reliable Goods. t
e' after
publication regnlredby
of the streets, avenue or other as
I any *
highway within the city limits o.* the Section 20( o. the Charter and the C. H.. PERRY _,Cocoaaut Geovf, Florida, 'a

IIii.!1'r. city of :Miami at a rate.of speed greater lapse1;Jbf time required for penal ordinance .. '
than ten (10))miles per hour from I by, the same section.
: the hour of sunrise to the hour of Passed this Srd day of.May, A. D..

:F f FINE, CANDIES sunset, or at a rate of speed greater j I 190GI1t, See. Dr. Burn T
AND CIGARS. than eight (S) miles per hour betweenthe I 1 L P. :\VHARTOX;' am

; hour of sunset and the hour of1, ,fli. President City Council ; "1 .f'
sunrise. Provided, That notwlth-j i;''Atte.l(ed: Jno. /R. 0-NeaV
ii-- standing the above provision: It shall 1 r,': VI;. '' Deputy,City Clerk c : '
be unlawful for any person or Approved'thI., SrI 'day,of May, A. The Miami Surgeon and> Specialist J .;

Tel. 3, Cor. 12 StAve.:_ D; sons to'run or cause to be run' per-j D., ::1'06. "- i
such vehicle lifers :
conveyance as I( If yon are a sufferer fiom any Chronic Disease, Tumors,'Can
described, ln.. over or upon any of : ;OTICE'' CONTRACTORS r--.
the streets, avenues or outer public cera'or: any Blood.Disease, Catarrhal Disease oHead, Throat' s '

highway within the city limits of the 1., Scaledr: proposals, :wit.be;received Lungs,Stomach or:Bowels?' ,pep'lztndlget10ntRectl.t'; '- "

We are NowReady'to hurnlsh. 0 city of Miami as aforesaid, at anytime ". by the undersigned until twelve i -'r Diseases Female Diseases
.at a rate of speed greater than Io'clifek-itoon.(12m.! > ,
I. ) Tuesday. May -
,Tribune ,Snell, Is proper or reasonable-even If less 29.t"1.90G, for the erection and com- T -i ULqsr: ) ElectricaLAids.Hoinejpatliic I Medicines i :
than ten'or eight miles per hour-: : .
lp1e I n.ofatwoatory.andbasement: i : fit/ Vt
'due the and ; tft t Ji| *$ 4
f having regard to use "CO Irrete Block Building," known and' a large 'stock' of Spectanjfpiepared remedies, for and other traffic of the highway,' or so as?to *-- a" esrparm-Beieh nrgliaiidGr ....j;
endanger the life or limb of any person : d School .... .
-' Building at""J West ., Ladfeslald-AllaJs in Attendance :
or the safety of propertyinthe -
any : B ach-' '" j
makes'of Florida:;IB accordance
:BicyclesThe manner city, showing of Miami a, or disregard! In a reckless, on,in'. by\\1 i plan l Everett) baud! drawing t .. prepared p. )( r Upstairs- in Metropolis Building. From 9 v. ..m.,',.to.,4..p,. 'm.- .Sun.. excepted. ...
Hays.architects, a .
a manner any way Indicative of a disregard 70 : Engnsh-Anierlcan Building ,---
of the rights of others, usingor At Ga. *
having the right to use said public ertieed che cft"for One Tlionsan3 'The rush H over ana wll yet haws

.,' aforesaId.highways of the city of Miami j?as Doll .rl '($1,000) nustt'acwtiipany; each the rime. drop In and take a talk.. at Cb & OhaS6&arne
e bid is CO
a guarantee that tae contractor
See. 7.' That It shall be unlawfulfor wlife3.enter Into contract for the erecUci ours 'fine line'of Woolen Doai" forget I I. use
any person or persons operating "|'of said building. the place. 3 ,
>. any such vehicle or conveyance,'a
t Apples; of plans and specifications
4. above described, to run any such J'" ,caf be obtained from ;, ,
., hide 'or conveyance, in turning .any the architects, and undersignedof a deposit- Headquarters for smart TafloT'it CHASE &: BARNEY Inc Fire .
bicycles and other street corner or sharp curve, or over of JlO will be required to Insureprotapt I tAdent
bridge or fill, within the limits 338 Twelfth'aUeet.. BlacayB ,Bleak
goods are the best stan any and safe return of,the plans FRUIT AND
of the city of Miami at a rate of speed and; specifications. t atid
dard the market
goods on greater than four miles per hoar, .
r : The usual rights reserved. Rheumatism Makes Life MiserableA w -
farther It 'shall be unlaw'ul for
Hartford end'other' Tires. any M H. C. HooJ. happy home Is the most valuable Tornado
person or persons so runningor ;
.Chairman Board of School Trustees, possession that is within the reach of
Coaster Brakes fitted to old operating such vehicle or convey **est Palm Beach. Fla. mankind' but you can not enjoy Its Cash Dealers In .
ance as above described to turn any
wheels. All work: guaranteedBest street corner or sharp curve or cross A Lucky Postmistress comforts rheumatism It You you throw are suffering aside business from Crate Insurance. .
any bridge or fill, or pass over any '
new wheels for rent cares when you enter four home *na J
Intersection of or crossing of any other tiilrs;" Alexander, of .
Cary, Me., who you can be relieve from those rheumatic Material!
231 12th.Street Blue Front at street within the limits of. the city bb found Dr. Kings New Life Pills pains also br applying Chamberlala'i FIDELITY BONDS
of Miami without first giving taU foil: keeping the stomach, liver and Pain Palm. One application will 4-
=. and due notice by use of said horn bowels; in perfect order. Tou'll agree give you relle and Its continued use I' Packing and Wuehon8.J ,
Carroll & Clark gong or belt or to fall at any time with her if you try these painless pus for a short time will bring about a' OLDEST AGENCY
East End ILml Riier Doct IN MIAMI
a, to have said vehicle or conveyance rlflers that Infuse new life. Guaranteed permanent cure. For sale by Bit-J
t .under perfect control, the same at a b}?|aU """'oIL Price 25c.jMMt&kluAb. came Drug Co. and all dnnulats.



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{ry Empire Dry Goods Store i -"DOWN fOM O oM I"E fAR\: 'i" : V Bank of Bay BiscayneORGANIZED }

I PRhlne( Du Morning

r Beautiful line of Hlne\ Mine Bof-
P. In Allapa't.$i Date County. V r
f Ladies'TrimmedHats i iI Oh by golly .;jiiney, I am such a ,' 1896 I Ii
I bead-ache. Ges ilrllay, I vas In Jei'i

also ready I tomatersls, undfas| corking like del '' If "
deffll Then I tt$ rs me a noises 1 1lookdit I f
rr } to wear Hats of I up. dinltI#i maybe I had fits Capital 27300. Surplus 350000.: Deposits over $200,000.00)

vhd! me again !Pretty. No, It dldn'l
i .
vas fits dig ttmJJiIt: vas vorse. It vas
y' % description IS;
/ every
a solcher. He tat on der fence stooJ

f Come in and see Ing up straight uEt like der statute Statement at the close of business ,
of der Kaiser VDhelm. He saluteded February

; them.men's :me Chit hUg sorl und.1 dlt udderwts 23, 1906, as reported to: the State Comptroller .
mlt mine hoe pht'n he adwancej mil !
'hiss sord and =I dlt ucMeraise mil I' k :

: ; AH the latest shapes, j,I mine, feet only lilting der high places I: r, -,
I I vot Vii a necessity Bye und bye Then \
.,P tHi: I :TBS all out oft eathlng8_ I fell down t'I
in Resources
styles and sizes I by der ground Jalretty. und der Sol- I .
cher rung up dUitout he's. breathing Loans and discounts . . . . .'. . .. 159851.13>
felt beside.I
hats both too und rofs "
says, "Oh ilr. Solcher, 1 dldej Real Estate owned . . :. ,. . . ly'ssi'gi '

dlt It. For \ltfj{ you should grit me' Furniture and fixtures. . . . . . 3,115.25 '

and straw. Also abig such a running!" He vas such a Current expenses . . j, .' . . 1261.83 I '
1 ) I tiredness he
1 line of genuine me so,he tak *!'from his pocket out Cash Account- .

1 run of dem toofme"Cet(' Jemt" postal cart. U. S. Bonds . . . . . .$ 2jOO.00' :
it mlt smiles vat
und riffs a '
Panama Hats' at lookeded like jbU face busted In der Due from Banks. . .. . . 58379.50 '

middle and I Breads vhlle resting ot Cash In Vault . . . . . 39942.29 '

'$3.00 Bargain Prices. my(for back foolish on) df Cnawed-on) !groun J, "Chlmmle can of dates I.' \l V Total available cash . . . . . 100521.79 1mIi" &: ,'

or der clerk Mn der circus court""B7 ?i 282,281.91 .
golly" } fa'l. "1 don't gotted I 4
Ladies whitelawn no dates for dot clerk in der, client." Liabilities ,
He says, "Oalj'no. Mr. Baumgetten,. '
suits at prices that yon make me[tthllunderalAl1dtDla.OO! "1 1Tlth 1 Capital Stock. . .r . .t . .'. . .1 '27,300.00 .

cannot be duplicated Court to Houle be defy,'";h,bookkeeper says "Oh, in lea Jei dot Surplus . . .'. . ',' . . . .' 3,500.00 ';?

) sor He sain!f;; "Chess, dot iss so." Dividends not called for. . . . . . 140.00 .

in Miami. I told him. -Jsdon't giff a gosh M Earnings accounts. . . :. . . . 1433.81

Also an endless lone me "Ha.so you ha.dolt I don't have hafl fits.flts.He" toldej Bills payable. . . . .-. . . . 25000.00! 1 i ,

l' I says to Jawed-on. "Are yon ttdoi Cashier's checks, _. . . .1. . . . 994.16 i
'variety of.umbrellas to flit haff def rages to der book Bank deposits. .. . ,J" . . . 9854.38 {

nap and parasols keeper sayd. Tor rot\111\110,1f\should has der Ialntld chobr my family He Certificates of deposit. . 1 . . .. 1.: 15J3268 i:

I biz enonrtf t*.* Individual deposits . . .>, . . . .V 198,32686!
for, men ladies TJbea tee goMed up from out oS der I j' '
ground and made udder arrangements. i
and children." for slddlng dokfi. Chen whit a plea* I

fag out-loud wolc TlspefsJ Chawed-on" "Banmgetten says to' should m*'In The State law requires that a bank shall keep 20'per cent .

..' I val elected !!to be der clerk In des I of Its deposits In cash or with 'reserve banks. This bank, as5 ; "

The largest and circus anybody conrts.p dot, Tishes Till absolntlngly to make writ-allow J will be seen by the above statement has over 40 per cent. of 1 i

4 line of ings ,"on der margin" to do so mitt- Its deposits available In cash. !No bank In the state makes aiv.tter .
cheapest I. out der least pit of susplsions from showing, or Is In a better condltlcn to serve Its depositorsMerritt
me." Dben h*; olaed me he vas der I '. ;-
underwear to be. Cheneral In dfefj Miami popguns and .
while he its retting from his labor. -,_
found in store 111 dot line hepss packing tomatersls. l .
any He says to line_ "Mr. Baumgetteu I .
lit you seen mj lcture in der,paperF Ii -- .
south of Jacksonville 1: could not make him answerlngsHln- j, '"
S; ey., It's a sh*fce for dot [,
rr11i'' for both ladies to take der mddey. Der papers should t :
+: .
tat; a "funny iicgpartment" und makea.

: & gentlemen ills inttlngs.picture, in1|)g) mlt compliments; fOrt & Kolb Contractors aro Property Owners ';

Now Hlneyk1hel1 die feller. 1 .'

ifl.We eol-on.should comes gnat Its by'your naturals."rhe farm von'thurted you If you don't want to SAVE MONEY

are headquarters for all kinds ofjiosiery for )'ou. lie IBS a fine yentleman REAL ESTATE we can't help you. If you do, come to
Ladies and Gentlemen md he iss got!brains maybe. if he BARGAINS
sst only careful tot he say I.. Und
Hines, if he stould told you,IS you MIAMI FLORIDA The J A. McDonald Co.and
smoke, told hits! "Chess," und effery .
Empire Dry Goods ,Store \"un"Ich I seat up to you, always -
told um you !Jichmoke Ten dey first A fine 8 acre bay front In COcoanut
327, Twelfth Street. Miami i make you saliiticgs.'' Dhen ve Till sent ''Grove, good house, will tot In boarlitf buy you building material l. Loug Leaf I. ,
rrantfodder Id'Chermany a fine bos 'I'trots riparian right A bargain
of bum cigars.for hiss blrtday yet. Dot 3 Lob on 14th street between Ave I Yellow Pine and Cypress of all kinds.
teller Fits glfled me gun ned mama
hal locked it |u$ in lining room soUt! shouldn't get avaymd Lot on tth street, between. Avonvoo
and whatever else
Mouldings, builder
I Chawed-onhe! giffs me two Itch 1 C and B, 11800. S ,.... tormo. v
argument against poor work of any vas IntlUeJ 4*} "Too oftens." Homo and lot' on 10th ....... bo- at lowest possible figure. 9
,. kind 'tl that you're paying for Keeb up goof courages, Hlney, and I Miami J -
twain Avsnuo B and bay, $2750. Lot
I You Know where
something you dont get \Ve don't lont be ashamed off dem fellers Tot we are lath Street Florida'
blame people for SQUEALING onPLENTY lass postal chits, some off dem haft us show you this s
plumbing that' Jone. large families|und some ndderwlse I Four lots In Riverside, only $350eh.
PLUMBING THAT'S GOOD but don't you make a forget tings, Hln .. ..
costs money and yon get nine rereceived. :y, and told )4t! Jem you don't wote,' 25 sere* hammock and truck land Wm..' Curry's Son s
.Bad plumbing costs money Because den rdon't gotted no cigarsI 30 grapefruit trees, finest In south
and yon get what? get cheated. must nowufo out in der barn Una' Dado, 11 year old. 200 young tree
' Get our plumbing and yonll get make some [disconnections! mlt ret- good house and beautiful ground on Key West. FloridaHEADQUARTERS I
*w: money's worth and bugs Mami-jtolded me to told yon : FOR
Tour sire
o worry
rock road. $5500.) You should
.oo- to make ,.OUnwIDtet' flannellngs off I II county
' md wear yo rj oferhalls on top. i iI see the view at our office. I Chandlery
H. r. >SCRUMS A CO. I I but respections, your fodder 35 acreo on Lemon City read, 10 Ship. Building ;
.J\ helm Baumgetten. I acre cleared. House and 200 trees 10
I $11 Avenue D P. S.I ddn't; dink off any more in- Good view of, the bay, for a short Materials Of All Kinds. s
i formations vptjl 1 can glff you so Tilt :
hut up my Tedder.Hon. time only, MOOfr Coat and Ice, Steam marine Railways Machine 9hopaForgaAll

I RITTY BROTHERS Jf|W. Watson Candidate kinds ot repairing. Boiler and Steam Fitting can oe done a.tt'c
I shortest notice, in the best possible manner br expert skilled nechanfeMiaMi

r Qualified By Years of Experience u

: Machine Shop "i
V. Among iie| mot'important offices to be filltd in the approaching
i primary andj&ection win be that of a Representative to the State Leg.I Business Directoijy

s an office that! should be occupied a man possessing
Agents for the New Era Gas Engines. Gasoleneand sore than II| average ability of a clerk, business man or professionalislature.

kerosene engine 'repairing a SPECIALTY man. The Out of Town Buyer and thoee within the city will find in the
\ Such -man should possess the highest personality;: possible form list below the addressee of Miami Merchant under
nch depend upon the appearance conduct and ability! cf making and classified head for ready fj
General Repair Work r retaining fijictU. He should be a Man well versed in parliamentary reference.L

lawJand[ rulfi} and shcnM be fully acquainted in a general manner withco
his ot office L. : L SCREVCN
nditions will arise and confront him during term or .
the time thl\\the, Legislature is in session, and above all he should be 'I j freah frulta,I and Vegetables Dealer In Drugs, Patant liiiiI1. ;
a man clearly! conscious of his duties, mho will accept and treat the 11th Street. Cor. ATe O. UUmi. na.eIn... Toilet Article.q}gtatte Mst

office as a \ist 1 not his, butofthe people. He should be a man above ISO Avenue D. $Jlsml. VUMR8.E.C.BKCK
W. Brown Fancy Grocers Hay.
)J. reproach, alf cue that will do! his duty as. he sees and believe it at ;
rertlllzer .
and Uapea ,
,any and all es.
J. W. Watson has profitted by experience-that great Real Estate .>
J. L
Suite J, 4. C and t
teacher-as i\'e ircm Osceola; county, 'and made a most ,
i ,. Dealer In- Groceries, Grab 3:01.3 Twelfth street (JL1amf. lilt
He has
: and Florida lawmaker.
creditable r rd as a public servant a
i ... Sanitary been ccce.|tiil in business: and by which we must judge as much as I Hay and rertUlzan. WILSON A HUDDLESTON ,

any other q fjcahficaticn, his ability to serve the people. 125 12ta street Miami ITa. Real Estate ani lanraae*
s -: ; ,- VJIF Plumber A'resident of Dade ccuntvbnt two years )fr. Watson: has shown an 120 11 Twelfth strait |iMlaml. 1U
interest in tik welfare aid progress stch as few other men have. He THE 'MAGNOLIA GROCERY CO. '
e .
.- -- bas wmself a gocd citizen and in every manner is fitted to do and I'I'A.
r ?n t proven Defilers In Groceries Hay In Dry Gooda. Cloti-
honor and [ji 1stice to the trpbe seeks, and if close the Metropolisfeels Graia. |
Iq. Genta nunlehingLCor.
...... -_ .1019 Ave. D?[Miami!i 'certain"= i at his duty will be well doce.Miami Metropolis March ..Av. D and ti St. aOuol. Ha ;IU.Avenn D M'""', Tla.r' ',
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d;I The past week we did the larges,I : history. The coming week we,will excell the',past'",*,' "1n.t -'
i .!if prices i will:do it. We propose tc fit out the rest of the people in Dade County this week, who< could,c:< .
not leave their business last wee ).we have had a number to send us word to hold open this sale one) .
".... *:-tweek. *!longer so they could get to'"pwn to,fit,themselves out. We have granted this request and offer

this peek special bargains in '
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We will continue to'give 40 per off on-all clothing which has been in:,the house over 5 months

20 OCr cent. off ; clothing which arrived in the house since January. 1st ;

20 per cent OffO.N ALL MEN'S PANTS 1 J '



You would be foolish to go elsewhere and paj, ,rom 20 to 50 per cent more for goods than we will 8:11: them I to you for. Do not take our w rd
f for it but come qnd inspect'goods and prices fjj yourself. Remember that this is strictly a CASH PROPOSITION: TO ONE AND AIJL.SATURDAY .
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. will be chosen the State Sena- Key West. May 8.I' 1 > ,. ."!.
. .ton aDd members of the Dew Florida \ -
-Legislature. Many of tae candlJslea The commencement exercises of the ; yo'u dcrk' J -- ;
Have to the office under its ,
- t class of music of the Convent of Mary ever gone present :
are well kaowa as prominent. Democratic I. : Gmanagement I : ;:
leaders: Immaculate.__ _. .....were. ..held'last' Thursday_ : and notation [ the "
-*+ Senate" night.at San Carlos'Hall, _Gold medals requested a '* 'c"bell11ade on margin : ,

,enaa4L Second, .Mstrlct$ 8.'Beard, of Pea. awarded and>diplomas for. harmony. \were.. I ofa mortgage, of .satisfaction which could[ ho done lawfully :
to Kiss Leonora Cordero. '
!Sixth District J. E. Broome and '
X Baxter Campbell of Quincy* Miss Marie Louise Bas Miss Fannie and been, told; you: would hat f to gp'tofgonie, Abstract ; .f l i I i f T
f Elgth Dtatrlct'EJob .W. Henderson I Uotuce*. and MIU Emeltna,.Rldo. }

of ..DUtrletC1aar1t's, W.t;: L.LeueU'l.JTenta I The- entertaluuenta) opened by Company and have, it' drawn npthenfilerln: ? Have you ever. requested : :
an overture from Cox played by four f !
Of Madlaoa. and B. D. Wadsworth.. ;
Of Madison.. : violins: anJ three pianos Miss Bali the clerk's certificate regarding correctness of any '. 0'

Twelfth District:'A. J.tWIobani.of. I read ;the.,-addrew. of welcome. Following :. .
.1 *. ? If have Will remember how well succeed .
Lafayette County 'I this was the sons "What .paper. you you you ..
? Thirteenth District-Frank Adams .
Of Jasper, and-Joba High, : Would Too,Take lor Me. Papar by ed 'That ..E office:
Of\HamIi- kindergarten {\ f :, comes electing men to to serve your ,
ton county, 1P .1' i' I th classr s j' a 3 .. .. ..
L' .Bee'r taC1Se. ;$ h.-
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g Fourteenth'and W. H.DistrldU Baker. of Jacksonville.S Ii' Buckloan Mendelssohn's simultaneously spring at different sooj was pianosby played estwho;| after getting the office mike.you;; serve him i and who i ifinancially is a. : :'X 1C': i

< Fifteenth .trlct-A.. J. P. Jallaa and Miss Ella ; "' *'+ _' !""' the four graudates i interested in abstr.'iet tryou should] 1
sad F. P. Cone of Lake City compamts.
Sixteenth IttnetJ.IN.. -. fMarUa&S Baes and Golden Vlgae., The pbrai.log fJ' < I
t K and time were so perfectly In accord ; elect me to the' .ffice of Clt'rkI; promise'} sound like lDatramelLDurlae
as to one .
ofae.E "c"
Eighteenth District E. s. Grill 'C.
PaUtts' J.P. Wall' of Putnam the creates each of''the graduate have in mind that shoutd he YOUR SERVANTIandput 1 33
eooatyTl played one of her own compostUons .

Twentieth District A. ',Q. Bas ,, all showing a perfect high knowledge masteryof : there by YOU. attend YOUR husinesii. I am t seeking .J i.
the subject. a
tIDal d Mar and C. MeLeod ,
; on..county E. ; I
.. ; of Ocala. of harmony. Miss Cordero's'eomposttloe CHIEF \
fSTweaty-aeoondt. District.-.W.' M.QlrardaaiC was enutied'Tbe.song of the '. :the, office ,which l. ':was CR&VTED by rh prepent i
{,Tallahassee. and P. B. Bells" The solos were sung; by MissGate ,
Byrd. of MonUcello. and Miss Baes. and the choral DEPUTY but the office that was created by the PEOPLE .
i\T1reat District ='A. BL ClalrAbrama by little girls carrying'bells and red .. ; ; ,' g ; : '
title of
,tofiTarares. L N. With ribbons.Brentlde" was long fore that ."Voluble Citizen" came to this county. '
Fees Miss Baes's composition. was a ; << '
of Lake county. i' l
JTwtnty-Foarth District -Hunt Harris sweet melody Into which the pathos -i H .
; of the dying Jay seem to hare stolen. Vote for X 'JAS. F. JAUDON
and B. M. Semple of Key WestTwentyXIghth '
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District-T, S. Darts Miss Rlclo's composition was equally ; .' :, : : '
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aid Jobs a' McGiffm. of FeraaaJlaa.VThlrtyElghth was clever entitled but"Permlnls.Miss of a different style.Mottare's It- '< ,\. '..,.J.' : j' ; t .'. '.I:
District C. O. CodHagtoaof .
'"Sing and Sail" was rang by is: ., . ,I" R i .
ci Nat .8IarraLo-DaLaad and Frank, Sams nunber of young ladles la a boat "\ '.,., iI, ; .. ., .. .:
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District J. B. Bell with' all sails spread. The effect "
Thirty-Second beautiful, ,- ., ..., ., ,, ,
aid H. McCreary.. of GslnetrlUe. was 1rvs F-" Hf.4 s : .
8 H..... .f Repreeentatlvea ,. The piano solos of the graduates I. .I'

L f.J'or fatlowtag the House candidates of RepreseatatlreaL have complied were pieces selected They from were the rendered great master with' an ,, :, ,: ; ;' _. i'\ ,) ."t ..'."I L .'r, J'; t "1r .,t .-.;.fa 1 '' -.1.

with 1M oflcUl call of the party I Interpretation and.. execution which. ? "
from;their respecttre counties:<:. ; displayed not only the;wondeital talent '. ,. .
fAlacbaa fiyd I* Cuter:R:K. DaT1s .' 'of .the young ladle'bat also the. ---' r12.a1kMtUgWiFJ. --

and Wt N. Shoats: excellent, "LrOTe training they receded.was the..solo IX" :r -- '..... .. __ _"._;. _:.._, _.,, ':. ., .. i
Batep.-. 41 0qbII.;;PO*r.;',Barber oII&7'b-.Uut. 5elMlWe [
aad J."H/Coagletoa. played by Miss Kottage. and Chopln's'Revolutloa Haw ,
,.. by Mlse Ricto-c'.Mlss C0rdero' B. Ins.. B. I. Lasseter J. E. LummueThe
BrerardW & and Wade "..........."
solo was .by Chop- d
H. JooeaCalhoun "
'AJtax. 'Wllsoa?' and Rl: In, and Miss Baes played "Lorely." by MiamiGrocery Co.
B. Mobley., Seeling. The orchestra consisting of lj s ]
Columbia IL-L. Araat. R.A.MoU. twenty-six pieces played" the "'"Haham-. ateJarg !
W. T.,Henry and M. S..Knlibt.; era To-Y ;..&; '-_. .,,::: tIaJprocram'.J8emII'&JDJ j Staple end Fancy Groceries I
J.'W. One oftte finest numbers on
Dsde- ; Watson and, GeorgeA.
'. Warier? ; ,7; by
.DeSoto ,"R. Sparkmsn; A.P.. Inn!. It waS played as a 4110'coaeft't.
Jordan aad.W..H., Hooker. ant.by-foorteen' performers.-._ The Qur atocj]; of groceries is complete and ie'think'we-rrn supply of f..r.(.lewt claret'pnpptits Iw tie aeatl0, .IMs. t' j
Daral S. H. MeKoo,. C.,D. Bine- piece was rendered withut the slightest ,about evim is to keep ,.
'hart E. 'W. Glllen. I. L. Farris.'W. blander In phrasing or!execution: only the,,'.beat class of groceries and ourprices on them will l -" Longfellow's "The Day :Is Dons? found to be right. Goods deJivered. promptly lo'any part of the -' '
MicL. Dancy and W. H Sebring. ;
; 2 af
>EacsmbU J., J; SnUlran. a M. wu sang Is pstomlne. The staging city. Our fruit and vegetable stock always. fresh. Give, us a call .fJ lou. Ldx150.:onkoav. d street,In Sse part city! .sacL.t..u #
Coon J. E. Long and M.,Jacoby.-' was excellent and gestures very gracefnL 11 *,rfTtj': *\.:r *.* u l; / 1 lot on 10th street near Ave. C. a big' bargain at .......:.iiiW .j

Franklin-John B. Rage. J. F, C. I were/conferred The gold medals Rev-A.-B.and diplomas J'rIeIId.S. :Telephone 20 335 Twelfth Street Miami. FloridaI 3 ,lots on 'Fifth street, each............._. ........_... ....1........., f .1
and O..P,Rbood. +
Onus Gadsden -H.:; 1..'Edwards. D. 'E. ).. ..., .,\-.. : \ S. i .!r 'House;and lot"onTThlrd street S rooms, line place' ;easy 'tams;$11100

Orlffln Patterson.: ;R..B.WL Kemp.L. Taylor B..Carroll.and J...-, H.Willis. JodKe-Gordonof-Tampa Carrasro Cuban consul to, and this Sell01' port- -... t'J..., -- _. u One-half home'lot Jon Twelfth Street for ...,...... ..... ...... ..... 2900 i1 i1I 1
short addresses which were Elegant on 8th street..14000
gave '
HamiltonJohn.: .BraJshaw., .-.., loudly applauded.Shambayer ._ .| : .. : iii 1
Bfflsborongb. W. K.Decker. and Riverside lots are ...11I"1'ra clI1.' but we have a few cfcatos sae i'<

_GJ Holmes B. Wells-H. VaujiJacksonTfll t '" Osceola and A'E G.:*W.Doaegaa Crawford.and H.? Armstrong's:) Meat Market left at the follewlag' prIcee: ;;!

A J''JlcDllDIeL C. Br7u.'( % t $ f'\r \ Q .
)efferaon: '..'Thompson; ;JamelSle Putnam --W,-'As Russell and R. h hI Corner lots; on Twelfth Syset..s .. ..I12SOfiooo 1

Edwards.Lafayette Ie. U. .D.. Clarke. and J. W. A.St.McKenzie Johns=,W. A. MacTOlUams. C t : ISTHE1PLACEpay Inside 'lots) en Twelfth Street.... .... .... ..,. ._.. .f..11000. ,3

a G.'H. Gelger.- rf*, 1 I 1' Dapont and D. E. Thoma.JobW'DarlL" I Vhy enormous prices for< fresh meats when you Inside' lots [on other ....... ....... ...... ......t7IO JI

.aid;Lake T. -B. S.Lanler.P. Klrktaad.*. 8. F.BnUta, St. Lncle Claude-* Olmstead. ** I buy much choicest less money cute of at Western Afl 18tron and 'Florida Meat MIC Market.Yoiinffs' ATSf Corner lots'on. other.. streets.. ...-;._. :..' ....,... .........'. ..... ','.

>Lon- Gilbert Hartsfleld. ;W l F. Snmter I.: L. Flitch''and' W. G.Kllgore. [ I i

Banks. W.-N. Keith W: I. Yawn S. .' % Pb 161. Corner. Avenue D and 11th Street Remember {that..water_, sewer,-I lights pavlag and"Street'nNway will ]
May Walker and A. S.'Wells.; Suw.aaMW.. R. Dorman. W.H. 1' .f s
;Libertyr W," S. Summer' .., McOllan., George W3 Umstesd. and" malt'_be dews therehi the k xv. sixty days. 'iJ
j iMadlsoa-C/ 1X4: BUntoa.;. Hi. H. w. M. CaIJoIL; : 1
J Rowe and J. 1..DlckerweManateeA. ." ,T.rlor-. B.- Adams f.; ..,
; T. Cornwell. 'a John t .Volnsia.- ,J. B. Parkinson J. P. tjj.r I
1 A:: Graham. J" DI"':; 'ti-! f. Morrison and T. J. j
i Marion T. K. Biggs. C..L: Bltdaftr. Sparkmsa. __C I .Pharmacy JlTatni&Go.J
La 8.'Light aad E.L.:Wartman Waknlla W.:E. Dickey, S. P. IUN- 1 4 ;
'- :JfonroeW; H.'Malone and Edgar d.nbury.:1. :H..Gray and J. L.lull.Walton a.SJ. i
I Frit ; John H... Rlchbonrg. and t..
j ;;Ua..aa-.J., W., Keen.'and, 8f.A.Ofllvle. Daniel Campbell.' S I'' ;:; _
.' Washington =- W. Al:: Bryan A. B. : A briig Store *f or:t lie People i "
Orange B. Abernathy: E. W. Lasseter. and. .8. M..Robinson. ,/ ... u r' -<- ..
I "'-- .- That's oiir motto, and it has been the means of adding huni: f I I

1 dieds of dew customers'to list. We sell only the ',
I our purl L Eiigk
j M. J". Yarborou h" ({; ; est drugs; All prescriptions are filled by registered pharma jf.t 91 rt &

!, 1 t II t ; : .J f' 4 .Ii. ,'.I" .d,,.';: !J. .J: dsts. We also carry the finest'sodas and ice cream in the city:

Contractor: and Builder : .' 2 Doors North of Postoffice I I I Machine Shop r

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of the > t W. E. Youngs:, Pres .Across The River. .

r House Moving i Specialty; I Will repair your engine on short lotice. 5

: -) f IU Miamif, pUidaCK)&" : So8thern Marble I &, Stone' Co. 'I Expert: Gas Engine carry ,

-'V f : v S. >' i t :Ctr'1'I i" syfs ;*;; li +'s, HOGAN' STREE'I'. JACKSONVII.IE I. clyrfapos, 'coils .plugs batteries wireJ
for | ,
.. h d' Headquarter !
: Building Stone Marble'I etc. screws,*s witches Co ,'': ,
111 -. i lal.'ltA. Robinson hiv..r 4' !CJ ,: I ) "

,; 3tl MS'A'IC: AN D TILE' :WORK: f \ .;;; I : 't. .

Contracting Electrician ron FLOORS.. BATH' ROOMS. MAN EELS. ETC. .& .E' ,

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:' I ......,Gesjeral Cesseteni Work cte.-; .- t" L r,hI: 'UJ.lg

; frt>' \1019! A .D f 1.Miami' Florida' J '4Ra.t. --..-__-Uuace1W, _.. ,y.cttitiuLw.. ..rpd.riY. "...W d.,,.-
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Souvenir Post Cards LARGEST LINE OF SOUVENIR SPOONS: ', i. y ;Batches and Jewelry

| 'To Select 'from in Florida; at ; '/ 'i

t 20 cents a dozen JEWELRY ORE' PFPAIPIMrWHALER'S ; .

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Town Topics 1 1. d ti..'WELLS.:fVf. t.l &.ill GRAVES'S; t i, Kl'lai 1 ::

r : 'Are'prepared execute r Ii
ISuiIus'indIt j, orders in their )

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I Millinery ,Department
- : MIaJOllie| / UlotoD the accomplished Bring your wife to the meeting '01 ; t
t, dWtiter of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Hlu- the Bachelor's Club In'the Auditorium ,. "" : Its .
(. should be the chief aim of bank manager to make their respective ton.1ft[ last night foe Georgia where Friday night; aDJ'tbert-alter you will TeMgners of the latest Spring style? ;.
f. institutions strong, and to keep them free fi. m nnavailable .., she :dill spend her summer vacation never be a hen-pecked husband. in -silk dark straw and lightweight ,

and undesirable assets. Not only should the capital .illative*. 11 I ,. m iterials. ., ;
h. J ;
be kept unimpared. but a surplus fund should be created from I WantedClean cotton rags at .
i the earnings that will t* a protection to the capital and to ae- BroMl+r wants to list your,property office. ;
positor in thetrying times that sooner or later overtake all Depa meet
that look Cocoanut sprouts for sale at KallBoat ,
f. banking in.titationThere are few items if any ''anted- Clean cotton rags at this .
': better upon a balance sheet of a bank than a large surplus and Olllett;' Dock. I For street carriage and evening costume, ,
none so well calculated to secure tor it public confidence; it is waists, tailor gtwns and coat.232'Twelfth .
the more, on alt accounts the best policy to accnmmulate such a M, George P. Bull Is a busy visitor Mr. E. T. King one of Ft Lander-
fund as possible even if dividends tu stockholders dal?8 prominent and prosperous bus- "
as rapidly ( the
Ii town Street
t again today approachIng MIem1.t
_ have to be kept down to a h.w rate for a time. The wisdom of !|iHmsry making his duties as Sec- mess men la !n' town to day on business. /f ;. --
i this is seen in the provision of the Na ional Bank act for the ac- retard of the County Democratic Exicutiie II .
of at .Katt 20 cL I
" cnmmnlatioa of and maintaining surplus per Committee very namerous.BROSSIER. .
bank.-Pratt's Nat Banking Law'O b For Rent Three In -- ,- -- .' .--. -.- -- -.-------
i of the capital of the Digest room cottage J :; ;:: :; : :: rr.
1 heart of the city. Address Cottage,
; IIMSM REAL ESTATE. this office. r '

fj The, first National Bank sew'ftace.AB/Utlng 1- landscape yon want gardening done sidewalks road' David Brown Candled Popcorn. {::1,J.t I Special I 'Values. ) :

bulli|!lands cleaned. See Frtd Ratter BROSSIER will collect yaw rents.
a 1 Of MIAMI'in Miami. __. ____ S "
'. Messrs. H. A. Pennock and E. W.
three years of its existence has accummulated a surplus fond )fr: Paul Jones candidate for County J. Perrlsh, of Jupiter and West Palm For' this week 'at! The '
and undivided over six THOU.
Commissioner from District No. 2. Beach respectively returned to their
; SAND DOLLARS,|which make' total of THIRTEEN THOUSANDDOLLARS arrived In this and 11'111spen"
. \ town morning homes last night after spending fa
of the Bank;
of the
or twenty-six per capital the day here renewing his couple of days In town attending the
promises of fidelity and will no doubt meeting of the County School Board Miami, Clothing 'Co'1. Store
, getKlome!: more supporters. of which they are members.. ij!-j
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i /i dOme to the meeting of the Bach- Umbrellas repaired and recovered.Leave ". .
' elor4< Club In the Auditorium Friday at Racket Store. .
; f nlgbt Don't clothes, tl A large assortment"'oi men's linen coats and I
wear any tight ..' .. .. . .. $1.OO
you ] bust them. with laughter. .e \ worth $2 50 at .1. _.....
Active man wanted In each county;
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R to exhibit demonstrate and advertise Fine! blue ierge odd coats, worth four dollars. ,
!- f"BROUIIER Busne .... tiHon. ......... staple line salary Its weekly. $3 and$4.50at .?. ..... ........ .,. -:..$3.0OJ7.0Q I .
per day for expenses. No capital re
;" George G.'CarrIe was a passenger quired. Honesty and sobriety more .Tan;and grey mixture wool crash suits single : ,:
'RE0 on this morning's train on his essential than experience. National and double breasted models, worth $10 at... .,; j

wsJTrJiome to West Palm Beach. Tomorrow Company; 720 Chestnut street. Phil A. few odd summer suits to close them out I

}\ Mr. Carrie will start out ou adelphia. !i at.-. ....... .. ..... .'i 1. .....'. .eo. I....$5.00. .'
a SUvnuous campaign and for1 the jt ,
., 0 1 1j baljttce of the time before the primary Mr. and Mrs.. George C. Burgess and and dark grey flannel quits, worth $12 I
: Lifo
i t. T : he will explain to the Voters why family left this morning for their sum $I at.ni.t. v*. ., .-. ,... ..,...;$ 0.
t mer home In Sand Hill. Mich. Mr.
he j should be the next' county treasurer '
... Roy Burgess, their son has been ,,Fine black sails Well tailored. The kind that .
r pt prominently connected with the Miami I wont lade;good $14 value at..,...'.':.r;,,,....., ,,' ...., '*12;

Carries as many passengers; climbs more hills: goes just an I. P $REWARD Base Ball Team this season and Is 'Fin weave blue serge suits Venetian lined .

fast; uses lesi gasoline aDd tire; is safer aid more easily Lost- Pearl handle Smith Wesson an amateur actor of no mean ability.I of theverylatestcut, worth $15 00 at:..,.;.. .. $13J8.5O
He will be missed by his } ,,
controlled; just as luxurious and comfortable and costs, ..revolver; 32 cal, S 1-3 Inch barrel young men -
less for repairs than many can that sell for doable or treble -" ;| Return to this office and receive friends and gladly welcomed back lathe A large assortment of men's su'r s. in dark and "
:; a its price., : ?:' Send for' the REO book that tells why reward.roMlsr. faiL' & *" light, worsteds and cassimeres, $10 to 1250. ...
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c a \ "
; tit wants to IM ywr prsperty Store your pianos or fnrntttare at
'), f< the Miami Furniture Company's stor
age 317 and :319 Twelfth street

:t Miami Automobile Co. member 111. Home of the the firm popular of Peck manager A Home and, HOTEL CHARLES amiCIth ;

# prbpfitlori of the Miami Boat Works in Co
Postof .
13th Street, near lice wajjsround today In search of >the Mrs.Jenkins, the'wel1know'pri.prietreas ? ;
-.tJfttt; heidqaarters of the Grass Widowers
I, .. .. -. Cliih; he being compelled to enroll by or the Arcade Hotel wishesto
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announce to patrons a" frlnda Miami Florida'
Mri| Hume's departure this morning ,. :
that she will be ready to receive her
foivpbio where she expects to spend
a greater portion the summer, friends and guests at her'summer hotel .
month 6 in Salnda. N._C. May, 15. The "
jReduction hotel,Is.the best in this... popular '.- ===--
ii.. !JIG e at ; 1 resort 'THE DOCTOR'S ADVICE
the .
f Typewriting done at Metropolis _' ,u .
t I office at reasonable. rates.. ., 4-:
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. "'I.d. J., '.a N. EXPERT PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT ___. to takes. drlv4 every dar ,certain/'

t z. In GentslSummer'Clotmng and .Shoesand'Ladies Hrs. W. Bmley Walton and her two ANY.BUSINESS rails your attention 'to your vehicle.. u

; patty little daughters Frances and BEST REFERENCESFRED. ; You. csnt' afford 'to, take aar. risk "
I. Slurfs .GOING, AT COST. Edlpi. left this morning for Jacksonville E. RANKIN with sick .'." .' ;
Ii: : where they will embark for New a or woman. Well i
.; York, via Clyde Une. Mrs. .Walton BOX 672 ,JACKSONVILLE FLA. ," e do for your rafnap, If It' needi' repairs ..
will| spend the greater part 'of what theJoct :'and 1th*'drive i
; Loan OfficeOpp P. 'O. ihOummer with relatives and Iriends f i the sick conveyance weU lad strong
: City .
Inline: North. Mr. Walton Is now eligible 1f i -
LcMomliWonderful + one. : :
| ;; for the thriving-order of Grass 1 ,
'. t Widowers., ., .. : s j

I Hea'er J. DAMN, ..
-", ,. ,|thank the public for liberal ship- =CURES- 423 Eleventh. .SItr .. .: -Miami..FU..
Z. menu,to several of my:.houses.' On > ::
sec unt of lateness In getting to work Inflamation.. Cnt.. Bruises: Burns; .... '_ ...' .- '-,.. '. .- .1
I win give but little, information on Chapped Skin, Koogtness, Blackheads 1 '
: ..... mlrkets this season as I am very busy ,-Pimples aad Eczema. Keeps ft N I
,.,' loading can. .Last reports local mar? Complexion soft;smooth and fresh f >
ke l were lit.76 to $3 and Cincinnati 7 rPrice- ". II''*! f Miami TfansferCompany l
and 25c f
... ;; Baltimore $2.50 for choice and
f- ;:
$3,60 for fancy. Indications are that I .
j- ...'.;: prices will hold for-eight or ten days Sold by Bibcayne Drag Company,. I I' I
yeti I will he with you early next

season.jWhen, shipping lour vegetables'do G. M. DYKES : ., A

not]forget my houses: T. H. Evans, 229 12th street, Phone No. 157 and 1121 Avenue D, Phone 110 i

*+ Baltimore; Seesel ft Ashner.Memphls' ; 334' Tenth Street I,4 Garage. and Stabl 11th street near Ave. B,' Phone No. 100 I :j
Wiell.* Brockman Co.. Cincinnati; Ben .
Bros... Atlanta; P. A. Denlson ft Co.. All kinds BtackMMthfeg md Rep* I a

Wkhlntoa; Ben ft Mlles-Birmiag-, Wefk. W..... Biull to Order JHORSESHOEING :P Homes Carriages and

hint, Ala.; Crevo. ft ..Crenshaw.iRichmond. .
Vs. H. D. ALLISON. A S,ed ft.. .'
'1 Automobiles
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1\ ; .. .. for hire by the Automobile stor- ,;
-.S ,50Ji I- S e Q: I },age repairs and supplies: Agents for the famous,FORD au: .. ;
tomobiles. Freight unloaded and delivered.'Special( facilities
for moving heavy freight. Omnibus meets every train. Baggage -
Fort Dallas Land Company, transferred., ALL order receive
'Si i.IIbdt; r<: j PROMPT Attention.
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.t.jOQ.J:. iI I I t Has on. its Lists ; :\; r!;CLASSti FOR' FIR' HOrse-Sl' : -Iio-;' ng.j I' ::

.. ..,; t \ \tnpwoaa! t HOOFSMB;. ; I ut A ,
: J some particularly] ] rtive sites fur tL! .; F. LaFont see. 708 7th St
Besides this patent. Gibson tie we have models of soft I : Ii i

Slack kid and'gn'rn metal., in variety'of shapes and designs; both residence and business '
-. they_,are:bere in.all shapes and. leathers at. .Z60. and$3.00 I' pur- i. 1'k I"

.. ./ I poses..'An investment in Miami i. real: l j{. .. "I'I. Dade b&. title :Insurance ,

estate is safe of'' returns I II
;; sure quick and \
.a+ I. I : Company

( 6 ie Paid,Up Capital $75,000., fSdrpIui $12.000 .j

I f- Insures land titles prepares abstracts of tiles loans and

., invents money on.its own account and foro hers, Acts aasv .
IU Agent Fort Dallas Land Vice-President Dallas Sagent.rattomey-ln.fact. trustee .assignee execntor re-f Jnnications ,

Company, Miami ,Florida. Land Co.; 'St Augustine. ceiver, or guardian., Address all coma' to- :y;

ia i iI S. L.; Pearson See* and'Treas. Miami;'r.orida. 1


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