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 Material Information
Title: The leader-enterprise
Uniform Title: Leader-enterprise (Homestead, Fla.)
Portion of title: Leader enterprise
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: South Dade Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Homestead Fla
Creation Date: August 2, 1935
Publication Date: -1941
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1931.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 29, no. 2 (Jan. 10, 1941).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 29, no. 1 (Jan. 3, 1941).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002057831
oclc - 33835104
notis - AKP5867
lccn - sn 95047482
System ID: UF00087294:00031
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Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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: XX11I-NUMBER 31. HOMESTEAD, FLORIDA FRIDAY MORNING, AUG. 2, 19J5 PRICE: MVK t faN 0-




1 NATION GIVEN!"Townsend To End Crime Pensions, Charity Cheapest Cost"GrubbsDeclaring Way MODERN SPORT CENTER IN ,




STORY OF CITY I that one result of-enact -by elunlnatlnirv the nrcalty for: : PROCESS DEVELOPMENT

tins, the Townsend old-ace naasloii! hoarding, to create new Job *. a
plan Into law would b* tit decrease result of th* Increased demand fur
rim* at .least Ht per sent and to the necessities and luxuries of life
LIBRARY HERE eliminate *ll poorhouses ands AlC.hfr And to plea to the jobless. young i WITH BALL GAME RECEIPTS

charity Institutions Walter X.Orubba people th* lobo of these who through I
of Miami volunteer Townsend nearly two generations of honest la- .
I plan lecturer said In Legion Dor kev. *' arned their right' to reotI't I ----

Christian Science Monitor Park Saturday night that the COM ef Ten Cent Admission Financing prowess. too, don't forget 1'A"

1, Carries ?Column 1 the $t00.a-montb pension would be *Th* urg for money .to till cause More Seats, though swamped la their Heel leaven
between II and t. billion dollars. of not low. than'to per cent of nil game Yesterday. the OouMa ***
I Better Field
Write-up annually, where M crime and charity crime and th* tack of money Ie.reponelbl win ttBdoohtwdly Improve with ana-
I throughout the United "State' owl for all poverty and charity. 'I del and readjuotment Th trees

ARTICLE. FOLLOWED the nation to billon dollar a ,oar. I ." MM the *peak r. "To operebe INTEREST WAXES AS I* *. follow:: J*.nl a .............. .....*.
". th: Townsend plan will rest SECOND HALF BEGINS isle, Sum and OuMa Lees rect. Atnu.
BY RADIO MENTION "Which I* better. he pleaded. "tnoMInu
r Ism than one third of what we are Jan Undgren, Jennie Sue Rmrar.
i the depression, whkh to
new paying: for eHm and pauperWH Ulllan ...11..,. Myrtle Hdg**. Mra
;c )Ira. Bow Learns of Laudation : ,.. now In Its eeveat* jwar. wlb. all itssulfljring. It. TIH"4" toward abolish Teams Gird for Stiff Com. ....... Sallie Hartford. Virginia! D ..
\ misery and woe otonUnu -
;
; to .mg proetltutloil.nnd rescuing ,yovnf petition; Il-Stars taM,. Elopes and Elisabeth Sage,
From Patrons of )
crime and
bill
our for poverty ,
/ girls from the octopus of ImmoralIty Enter Tourney Tile Homestead lnde|>*..de .., a e
Book Shelves with All their degrading l.nue.1 }
twin composed tt picked players
or to enact the Townsend bill 4a. :
w t Mr. Onion was Introduced by Development of drat claw ballpark from the various team In the local
with crime and poverty and
Homeatead' municipally pertd. pence I. Ernest P. Robert, president of the with adequate Mating for spec jeagaa6 hav*: been entered In UM
public library and more especially create an unparalleled" P"'l1t'l I Homestead Townsend Club, .nd r tatore more modern and : Met diamond bad tuursaaeat tu beheld
its librarian )In. Lily Lawrence all .over the land' 1 whose auspices the meaner was h.... flood..lighting. up-to-date 1"'OI.ft.I. In Miami ;(pros Monday thnxwhThuraday

'Bow received nearly SI column- Mr Orubb opened his addrea by The Invocation tor the meeting wa and facilities|! for player and ,at .*xt week This all
inch of'attentlon.Iri the nationally. explaining Townsend plan, which j offered by the Rev> C. N.' Walker, managed, smooth working organ star same which will h*managed by
circulated Christian Science. Mont would have the United State government and th* benediction wa pronouncedby liatlon directing the athletic aetlv Bv Webb during the ascend halt;,
tor of July 17. Tnder the .euMeColumn pay to every person "ofgoad' I the Rev Howard Bi-kN* On icy of the community was Indicated'i. baa bn composed of: R & "Lefty'

6 caption, Trem Potlcemaa to atandlni" aged .0 or *seer the plettform ales were about twmtyftv for Homestead a* the local ball Sherard. left OMdw Edward: Rrau
Librarian" and t: .*bh ad With a 1100 a Month with the stipulation :' : ....m1M!r( *f the Miami Town- lmgu entered the second 1I&1I.of IU or. tint baseman, Awwl Pwrew. m*-
Loving Cut tiff Servln Her PloHiUVllbMT that sack month's iwsaltuac. ion'I. end Club :Xo On., who came In a diamond bad schedule this week and baseman. Ernest N4I.! cUikrMerman :
*". the article tell of the spent for trtftfcnale purposes before charter bus to iJIMnd! the meeting Funds derived from the amen ad- Tborna and Robert KUch
'building of the library: from nothing the next month' peesfsa 4* duo I I SonA.twenty.pereon at the meeting mission ot ten caltf pesos hive pltoberf. Roy Woodhury third bu/
to an Institution! that serves "* terrltory 4hr'stipulation to'that the r.1; I I '....... applications for membership mad the leagu* financially Independent reap' Ovid Sulllvaa. center golden ;
about 10 ntHrt.. long that : receiving the Bnto* retire fram i In tile mtead Townsend of further rapport by public nudolph! Oowman. lint. 'IH"C
peaches from MIamI to th* Key." gainful employment. Th object*x, Cwb. Th club ",111.11I1.1'its regular ubacriptlon With these fund Stanley. Wlttkop 'anlCampbell ; 'JUwroB<
Shortly after the Christian CctoMCarUcl uteri; attpuJatleae la t*, tome the 1:I monthly. meeting "Sunday, at I p. nthi .1 several bleacher stands Mve already shortstops, Oar: mi 1

appeared th* local libraryand continuous clnulattw *f mosey the New King Cooper. auditorium been eonatructed and nor will b* Wynn, hortfMder.

librarian wer iantlo4 !. a I '! built t* provide a normal mating
tolumhla network new* broadcast II I Fraud Warning Issued capacity of mo Miami Team Defeated

Mr*. Raw did not know of the newe4per A n.t'1t! backstop, movsd MP to Dr Locate'.Uat. Night
+> article*r tilt f.dlo mention .By Towiueftd LeaderJT. I"oeit>sin"eltr (earl t home plate and

until patron of' the library told I. .' Tf'McWuley.. of. South Alia- : REDLANDSCHOOLTflJIAVEMANtlAL II-foot bleacher wire have been The Home. ... dUmond ball team ,
'oer, about them and she bra not ret ..ttali Gardens, Sooth Dad erected. Ratio DOW enclrcl the nude up of player from the various
a, "' :'mos.tbe Ckrhtlan Science Monitor teer Ttfwnsend Club rrant."oIu"l field to keep automobn; off the club In the local leagu.. oXwOe
rtkle. That the article was not sued a warning yesterday that Or ARTS TEAOiEftFarm diamond. Plan to add more and the Miami Junior Order of America r
written by a Homestead la rower type light are being <)!* ,
person J K. Pop, who describes himself ..I Mechanic last night Olt the localfield.
b4w.tt by little maoburacle InV ued.Inatead. JH.Crane .
eiecutlv director of the tII.uollall
| For Instance no Homestead pen Forum and old-age pension advocate.on Life Bus Contract ; of showing any abetment Junior Order o.tchr, got
sob m,old speak of his fair city a* Interest. In th* new port center a triple and a single out *f four tuna
application! forms,ewktasTorum To Be Let by Board
-. Uttto town of lea tkaw,01Ghabitants" 1tt- iI subs rtptbne *, $1 each. v I 01 the community U waxing mote at bat to lead the YI"" ..,*' hitting.
when the tttt ..Ut cenum I' Today enthusiastic than *"* The fan Campbell with a single and a double
la the fart Of Pop who he winterescaped .
save Homestead popnlatloA of fcoavkrtlen on a!matt\ fraud .' : it ? i I. have developed. the pep and good and W)'.... with two Infield aliigte.
,1,110, and the 1110 federal otmu chars b> prwnMng to taW Washington Radioed !u"4H Homestead high I natured repartee that Indicate complete led the local hitting Tbwna itrurk
gave tt mere than I.JOlPand It was and rive to charity Ua.ooo ..hor,. will each have a full thin relaxation from the area ot the cut eight of the Mechanic but aim y
la tilt that the CCC earn to manual training Instructor when .
camp Rtieartt.tarUng
he obtained by soliciting the remittance dayTh issued six bases on ball* p
Uomeetead Again w* don't have, of dimes fore fund to be used school' open In September. Mrs C team ar| insistent on having pitcher for the Junior Order, s
town meeting, but hold elections on N. Walker South Dad member on 1 and furnishing strong competition ,
In working for old...* pension legislation fanned eli. and PaCTord hi* IMXM*** r
OVieetlon like establishing a library the county board ot public liutnwtlon. The two weaker team of the tint or. whiffed twoAl11111IIiiII1f1111RillillllllliAllll.
And Mr. Bow did not 'buy a email Mid yceterday An Instructor! half, FertlllMr Row and Rotary
band p...... learn to print set ty e. M tit MeCautoy'a UitlgUon. tile Tor Jtedland was appointed at Wed. have been strengthened and from Indication I1D
1tC. to main Jeer debut u editorof Miami poet office [filed] a fraud complaint needey meeting of the board. C to tai promlM ,t* stake

Cycle, her poetry magailna against Dr Pope last October. H. Rica. veteran manual training I thing Interesting for any other DIAMOND BALLSCHEDULE '

The artld to dated from Homo-' Whether ass not Able WM responsible teacher her*. will continuo In chargeof team In the lecgu. Fertlllxer Row

toad, and 1* signed by Edna: Btddl,. for subsequent development or the Homestead department arid.,sponsored by Hector Supply Co.. Fit. AugValUw t. Mir., ,
undoubtedly an) ardent admirer ot whether It WIle merely one of the will have supervision over the work Ilea DM Supply Co.. Kllgpr Seed tllUrr nmiker ... Eirfary.Mon. .

Mr. Bow wile/ J* net a permanent found number *f be complaint, Dr Pop was Redland.. Co. and F. B. C. Fcrtlllwr Co.. Aug i-Turner V*. Disk}
t making fraudulent hue
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resident of the ttedland Dtotrtct Granting of the school, bus contract I II now under the management of Walton" v*. Browker,
of the mails with the result already
The newspaper containing the story i related. for Redland. scheduled for Stanley Wltlluop, this blond ehort- TttF. A... 0 Treats v*
was obtained too late yesterday to WednMday, wall postponed to aRMetlng top, who has been trying out play Gould*! Broukrr ,o. F. F. A.
submit to th*! librarian for comment which writ b* hold thl afternoon em *o that the strongest possible \\*... Aug. T-Uallon **. KMry
The Christian science article fol-i Lions Carnival Nets but a decision has been lineup may be pUyed. The Rotary .* BrmUr ... FertiliserTbur .

IIwII10' batlm: I Club $550 for Building retched, {nd only formal action remain Club has added 1 Sincere. the *.. Aug. S Turner vat X.Teascel X.

"I>own in the southern tip of HorKb -i to be taken. Bidder were,. alert deU-end-domb boy who was r- Liens v*. IUto.Might r
t there live a woman who Me The Lion. Club carnival held 1. B. Cash. C. A. Chamber (presentcontractor leased by 'Whlton Nvmrle and lame Mart (I TJ4..
b Thursday of teat week In the Farm ), E. L. Lawrent. C. :M from the showing mad against
of world to *
life aa a uceeedon Brooker Lumber Co. Tuesday. night 11111 IIlIIlIInlllllllllllllllllll!! II 111111I1
conquered, And she doe conquer: Lite School patio will not the club Howell and W. A. Tuthlll
I5SO to apply on ,.. building debt, A bid of ttlli"0 for construction, h* promises to b* Do ona-man pluJvIngMaff
them! Dies
I Frank II. Barber
according to a report mad* by Chas of a building for the Mlamf' Beach .
'To her family she U Grandmother ., Cox, carnival treasurer at the meet- High School wag approved by the Another ......' teach sponsored\ by After: Short Illne
To the town she I*," Uferarlan. ingot the Uone Club Tuesday night board and MM t*> Washington' 'or'' Ooulrte Grower, has entered the

and editor. But In order In the Lion Den on Silver Palm lubmlaslon to federal work author- field making a total of hive ........ Service was tied yesterday afternoon .
to be a librarian. she had tint to drive. film who will make a, IJS loan-1 tins of femlnln pul..rltud.-.nol In tips chapel of the Turner

be a policeman. A talk: on the glacial epoch bas grant: to the county board for the. Funeral Horn fop. Frank M. Barber
'In the wring of HJ the Worn- project. of Homestead who died at his
given by the Rev Harley R. Core a* Southerners Quartet
..'. Club ot HomeatMd. Fla.. a. little the a.w.of the evening. The Bid for the coaatrucUon of Mland ham Tuesday after a short inn_
town of fee than 1000 Inhabitants.i Rv R, P. Marshall former member Beach elementary school building Sings for Rotary Club The. Raw C. K Walker pastor *f the
decided to open Its library lo the of the Club and Mn'ManhaU, wH will b* opened '1'\1.*...,. and an- First Baptist Church conducted the
public. Only. ease woman wanted are now living. In Danla, furnished ether Beach! elementary school (ulld- Three member of the Southerner service The body wa sent Seat
to Uk charge and she wa. Mr*. the musical program which coneletted Ing the last of this month. Tb to- quartet popular radio songsters, night U Brunswick Ga.. for burial
Lily Lawrence Saw The catalogueturned *f pbinoselections by Mrs Marshall tal cost of the Beach school building sang several selection for the Homestead Sunday. '
over to her showed III volumes and 90eaJ and accordion solos program* .estimated $700,000. Rotary Club at Its meetingWednesday Mr Iferbei. who wan II year old,

but only 110 could b* found by )I,. Marehall.MATHEK8. noon. Th singers and 1 we a farmer and moved her for
Oil the (helve.. Nothing daunted THE WEATHER their pianist were brought down Brunswick about seven year wo
she Matted In with thon; A notice RKCVtEMNG from Miami by Chas T Fuch. Jr.. K* I*survived by his wife Mr*. Mary
was put In the paper asking for John R. Matbm manager of tlftlofal Souther-t; II die Subtroolrell I member ot the local club. The fourth, Barber.
.
mm tle.wte.4 Floridalow
book and reader, and the response South Florida Grower at Ooulda. la M member of the quartet to out of the
was overwhelming that the little definitely recovering from a Gnu |IT slT np Bs. Pale stale on vlait.Th : MJIUIECTION
library coon outgrew It* orlclnal eJ Move brought about by an Infected July tf Rio::::::: [ ?.TI 0,0! I dub voted to continue a team Official tabulation ..f lit vote In

quarters, and had to find a new jaw, tt was learned from sir July IT __..._1 II I T* f da'l1 under the Rotary Cluo name In the the Dons Carnival popularity eu*>
thoratlv source* yesterday. He was July tl -.1.I II .01 I, second half of the local diamond teal test showed Miss Mabel Anderson In

110m.A.. special town meeting wa called taken homo from a Miami hospital July II __.._4 11 | II (II,U league. eerie* The vet wa take I second place with 11.10 votes wsteed >
and the people Of Homestead Wednesday and sent word to hie July .t ..... -I II | II after Pave Webb. manager of the of la fourth place with U.I"
voted almost tmanlnouerr to have office that h* would lie down for a July It __....1| |t I I II ISs.44 It Rotary tam. asked for an e.pretk vote a*given out M early anaoune

b a uslatpal >library. move t* *> eeb abort while M lease Mil Moodayt 4i1,. I --I 1 fa |J" ( dos e( tlub wisher Mat*, .

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Pace Two THE ENTERPRISE Friday, August Z. 1935. a


and, Tea TaM Key wa mad a their lifelessness carried off. Tb,

I Are t'e rdipe Aturdered.by.Indiat5w_ j oevI ilea. IW. flimaAte. at, dapgeebneq book tjy did not want, a* the Ix.I Fertilizer Wins

tefvnt a from /th* narrow dints piled them Under the cupola GameQf'
On 100 Years Opening
Lonely Key Nearly Ago .pa******. PalmtU pi* driven and net fir to th_. Thus the.r.In ,

down tin allowed the two to wah. houa burned from the top down- 1 r. Second .Half

cellar, whtck the ward. Them wind, 1. '
By LILY WRENCH BOW Heater sash. thk Hale Island ",".* In and out or the wa no *o rf'r.rtdlner .
'. Omn." i ferrlm* tttillMd as a sort eC bgth burned Mowly. And while It burned
-1. 'the'Ifif"1't'UdaT"" "'" Gem of the MM writ* 1 the palms ttnMIHid. seaarable room, for me bthlnr. The pen the Indians danced, glvta their free OOMMI the' ..ropes
L Hug near Banal Honda and Mid .. pawpaw under UM wharf was UNd t* confine terrific war whoop Finally they halt of the diamond tail M hc-dule ;
*. *t tree severed
.u.
ftnnnlah Hal'ller" IiKttan Key Only with turtl*. were driven away by the hot and I, Wednesday night outlasting the r.i
morning glories, flaunting
about twelve *cre In urea. hut prob- flame lure Farmer to win I 12 0. The
bloom of all ootora. In the The going down of the roooo I* tile
ably no point In the entire state of Farmer played Inspired ball In the
cuiuhta Uy eparkled like only record of Uw hour of tIM mar UnwhU then was that little
Florida ha b. seventh Inning and Scored
a more Intereetlngii right
I
ant jewels. To these people brl.bt.. acre, and this was about two o'clock group In hUlng. Almost suffocated! .
,rl.'al. background one of tIM run before any out were made and
Inr out from a land of lea and In the mornlnc.ArotiMd by the smoke they were throwing
'''J. Ktretchlng down the at coast then with the titling run on hun. '
It veritable fairy land.On water over their heada. Hearing the
was the terrific
from sleep by
,4 I-Ilorlda.. It forma a link of that mad three out* Harvey hue hita
saw nnklar spread upon the boain the mainland Indian troublfo.1 war whoop fun shots and crashing splashing the Indian once opened home run for Pitl1li
continued. Th Hemlnol guess from broken window, the family the trap doer and looked down Into
< nt the bias Southern aea i In the aecond gam Walton Nurseries
the water but thinking only of turtle
fir first of entry wa Indian not closed. ( It wa MM safe to take fathered together for ionullaHon. won It* third **ccej4lHhiit..
part hi I Doctor Perrtn* cent them to 1 *, mad no further Investigationof l
K** Beyond this Inland! across the family to UM land granted him out when It defeated W. D Home
: the cellar The nick nlrl wan far the collar .and passage.Timbers '
by the government, eo they remain
I : >t "f KlorWa. Ha the mainland C'o. 7-0. with Ennla again pitching
I
I, iixnlured.. except for the Indiana, *d on the little Indian Key. There: rled down and there they huddled fell smoke and tm two-htt kali. Only one Horne man,

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ii' 'imlred' yeaN ago there was nor buoy, happy rite. They had an out to see what he could do.There their head were burning, the wharf ..."IW Walton doubte-pta tlK.k

,rtminlcat on with the Bahamas abundance of bonk and papa,.. wn no ammunition but burnt Into flame, and Henry, sayinghe all the wind out of Home* *all. 'In i

nd with Cuba than with the rest One a month they had mall-It Doctor Perrlne went out on the plac- would rather he killed by the Indians the tint five Inning

I il>'' "I'nlted HtatM of North cam la a bushel huktt. Thra for aa and spoke to the Indian. In Span than remain t* b* burned to r. t. A. i iCan ea r.riHiase ear b I
a week it least no household duties death crawled through a email openIng aaClaluratse 0 nl_ 4 t r
lab. tiling then he was a physician '
< At the lime of the Indian t Wlttka* H 1 l 1
II ,..nrre Florid, wa not a .In..1 or work could seriously Interfere< and would go with them and heal and sprang Into the *.... 8u- L= : : It'r .t 9 1 I 1
with the wa intense, with bated breath si. 1 0 I I'
of the mall. prone
I ii T MI. not until im.5 both enjoyment They their people diving' a treat nhout KIM p t oo NHkkslIeotbroeSt tb 421
"n I I.ma were !.>y the Mm act aVintd mud excursion to neighboring the Indians left the bout DoctorPenIn they waited for the rifle hot which MbtrattatfMM I t 01111ap' 4 0 1 +

) tu the Vnlon.vi keys. For amusement, they ud returned to his family and would announce Henry' death. Nota ,iV". rl to .IION"a f OIM' RMw if tf nut I" I 1

to flah. and they leurneil to uwrlflMi told them to RO Into the narrow pamaireway I sound was hmrd. Then they re- C Bunions .t I 1 '*lfcimil Ik S I, "I .
,,
!' ut U1 Doctor Perrlm, a and pl.tol*. for If they remained In the nllwd that for name time they had I .....1"" 11 llfM Of II I 1Omimnod
tt (ILw n
+ii+ 0"t" New York, a physician aedW Then in Auut of the year 1S40.Hnrah. cellar the Indian might Me them not een a boat tons. and they hop .......... If I 2 TIf
-, determined to devote the t tnee.
miilnd, of kla )III* IB IntroducWgi who had-tMn very III. begun through the opening He drew a ad the Indian were gone. JeiTnUk Sib a 1 1I t
to rally, and online night *f August .heavy cheat of ed across the door, The women could' not crawl I
> "'i""loKI i l fruit and plant to atibri ) IT v II Tnteb II KMr.
t toM the other to (o to their' IwO concealing every treat of Its exlatnc through the narrow pamago Henry r A. 0001 00. 9
l' nl Plorlda It* studied and
and put out the ll,ht. saying she I *. Th* Indian returned and had used *o with bar hand they fWrtlllwr; Haw 0 t e 4 0 o i Tt M
,n,.n i I. collection at plant and ***d.Th Two kl>. kite slick H""'...... coon
.. I'nltM Rtate Congre by an: thought She could to to ...... Think with tomahawk began battering dug away the marl from one of the .m: KM: Moten bar. Cknln.,r. If...
log It would be better for Sarah if down the door and window, hAvln..ppa..nU poet until It could be forced down, emit Vena; Ml o* towns F P A. 7.
]'i 'approved July T, till mad ,
a rvrllllwr How I I bees of '10 "If
they did at she requested, they r- given up their Intentionof and thus they passed through and Mmtaa I. Ofwainml It wrack out i hKltck
.1+''lltlon l grant to Doctor Pen-In
tired. Doctor Perrine sleeping. In a paring this family. Knowing under the burning wharf. Burning 1, Mold a wild pltrh- Ill" r-
nil hi* BMoclat of B township of UlUl .
hammock In tale hall, to be within' that the return of the Indian meant Boats' fell upon them. Crawling, basins i I. passed tUMOck. Turner.Walton
kind in South Florid, to be elected '
any call should Sarah want him. death Doctor rrrln fled to the climbing, helping each other they .It e bNor" sit r k
tn him a* the result of the report Woodbury tIo I I NO Quinn e I 0 1
or the senate committee on agriculture Then between two day It all cupola, hoping from that point h* reached the open water and started Howls III I I IK) CempMI a I 0 uIIHmiMr
happened. A Sailor who lived on might b* able to signal. help coming for the land. Near the wharf there Borrow a I rf t 0 t
"that his services have been Nabkw I t IlK GOMIOU of 1IF e 0
the bland wa reetleae, thought he from the naval depot, and launch. a
great, and his uggeitlon are Important hoping wa a hlp'i They uw Wrote II a 0 *' ..I..1t tW 0abaekila
would take his gun and troll around that the door which was a heavy Henry, attracted his attention. and 01 .. a 0 kmnaeii III a 0
and that hi* plan are laud- Mates of a sit If I 0 0
able. patriot! and practicable I the bland, thinking h. might run I end might hold until relief earn beckoned him to gt the boat. Henry Y.e.g if : & 1 llK 'ii.-:.:,.. M I 0 0
across acme duck. A* ha wa on The Indiana gained entrance U the earn to the rescue and they Steered Norm. rf .. a f'MulhM' (k t a I
and his voluminous manuscripts the seat side. h* suddenly cam upon house and rushed upstairs. for a schooner anchored about three Fled. lit aTN.l. aea'Rab..np'' leeMonte

alone exhibit a great amount of .tabor the Indiana, two hundred In number. Than then wa a moment' ellno mile out. This wa a schooner p 1

and reeearch which promise to teathlly creeping along to Captain *, after that a enwhlug door one loaded with canoe for a propoeed walton it 5 etali to eeta.NCI 1

be highly beneficed to our common Houaeman'l garden. Evidently. It wild Shriek a rifle shot and an wa Everglade upedltlon. I 11 ormill CawpMli 5. s

rountry" was their, Intention to surround the ...... Mrs Perrln had a paddle. H.nrya MinionsFowls. L C..pbnU rla.d. a., 0. K Co.abea, Geniuses.Oe. RobTae .

*o. In till Doctor Perrlne, believing ccupled house before being dl!* Then cam the plllaglnf of the pole and Heater *n car and with -
.UM ....i ....... Harm Fields
the Seminole war was affair, moved corered. Mad they auoceeded not bom Trunk, buses and barrel theje they were rapidly lime bow kit)t BeraeilMMnieu 8._.
Ida family to Florid :Jit that a soul would have been pared to tell of provision ware dragged and their way toward the ., eeerMlee kit "',... ; cnuMe play; terra*

time few Mlllng val wets running the tale. TUalMnf the altua. \lon dumped la confused manse Into the they reallMd that no boat wa maklr.1 too WeaelMry Woodbury to skid W Field Ml as borrow bee M, WeltaiS Field

to Militia. and three long at one, the sailor raised hi* gun and beat. From their" hiding 'PI.... put out t* come to their aid Morns I : kM Ml balk! e7 Ea.l* I.

month elapsed while. they waitedIn fired among the Indian at the the remaining Pen-tit*, could see (Continued an Pate "" etratk Sound wilt Mti, tr Hobbs Creak*. 0.i. Gemstone.L 'kr BokMtu. 1:

New Torn for vessel that would same Urn giving an alarming war .

tend them at Indian Key where whoop. The Indian Separated atone IIJIIIIIIIIIII/IIIIIIVllllJll/llllrrll/IJ/ / !! / IIIIUlllnllllflllllllllllllllUmlllllllmlllmllllll/llllllll( ( { !!!/( lllllllllllllIIl11ll11l1l1l1!

Doctor Pen-In bad already .ub- I and mad a rush for the two

Mod a urry of plant sent from largest houses on the bland,. the = -

Tucatan. noun and the Pen-In houe

The family Doctor and Mr*. Pr- The front of the Perrlne MUM

ring, two daughter, Heater and reefed upon the tend, while the hour

Sarah, and a ion. Henry, tailed Itself wa built over the arse, upon
from Nw Terk the tint week In I a atone wall, and around this wall

December llll and landed at Indian I.... another wall Waving a moat I. NOW IS THE TIME I II

Key Christmas morning. Mr. I around three aide at the houee. A

How met them and their. tint pianos north side of the house
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Christmas dinner wa eaten 1* this wharf and an en'

hospitable hone. Htri diary I closed. passage led from the wharf

tens u* ef the eeneb soup, the very t* the collar. And there was a boat

tough rout beef (Ia ball slaughtered IIa In eaa Indian should com,

In their borers, the flesh vegetables they might escape that way. But

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?} Friday; Attguat 2, 1935. ,::-..,: : ._h' __ /:.. THE'LEADERI.ENTERPRISEPage Three
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": Blanks c MttBue4 its Mfta(.f vfetocle.with ..r FlUT HALF STANDINGS agolk" 61111\8.064 .. .} domrartb4th M? hall* wa an1 -
Walton JM.Wlihoa I'pc.1.. shared at eat Mears 06 I 1 O .! this week by 'Mr*. 0.ort*
win ever the Lion Cub Team W' HIMT Ik ..: 41 $.. ef It nMMW
tot M KNelt fur HT bit w... ............ ..... 0 3 .... 0 .Jlh.. tiaiMn < f *itt tstlaaae.

tIC Two Teams in Row, I"... Hn run la th. tint inning ana itrwoker ...._._... ....., T 4 .u, TkoeiM 1 IMMM** IS II tfiMKk tH, tk ef 4 III I iI

... field l* four bite end en. rail F. r. A. ... ....... ..' t 4 ..eatlion. ._ Ik I I IIP.are, f f
( Clinches PennantWalton E .... irf
th* remainder of the cam. fin ..,......... .. ..' s T ..3MFe"Illaer fch.*i .' *at* item likMHM* K >. IIIre

I 11111 pitched two-hit ball and wall todaaflr Row........ a s .373 II .; :>
Nurverte ettaehed the of being soared en only MM* Rotary ............ ..,.. ..,. CCaipMNof I jhMi Iii! ...3-* I ,\ I.

I pennant of the flrac.half of the loml when Mkttretta got on base OB an T-ali (i.. Tote ,** T IKotMy TOMATO FARMERS

diamond ball league schedule Mon. error by Woodbury and ... advaned .', I .0.1...tBraektt
OlllltTbeau *-*
day ntekt when they pushed antFertiliser I to third by King aid C. MwlKvanWdtM I Rotes in SurpriseWin Irfooro.: *. kaw. C. ........

Raw, I"."., Dixie Fee" ink. I ,
Drug .. Boa
ekrkrVA. r bWk. Tkrei kM .htte B. iiinkir. .* raattKnur t
wan from Texaco 1 in.B In the girls =lb I I I I' $ 1 Over Brooker; MmM.. t. Kakrer tad m keexillreiibli w/; V11s
01 = 1101" 0 I. ....... 1 : been oe balls.. .*
Jnunlin Hroukrr
game opener of /Marvin 110 t 1 I'' c lot ",..... l.tr.ak mt, tv Tkiimw I. brpIKkM
Texaco uutpltrhp.1 Aha u tomr of ef : I IMtNn, .! : Turner Adds OneTh t: .old' I TbnmH .. .l.. \\E II UK A
, Dixie, allowing throe hits RAW a t tiltokI sees. pats.d kilo>, Nell I "/__.
only to
terms .t I I MMletM, It I 0 _
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' Webster four but Brooker. tramjt .I Young u I' 1'Kl I 0 : '
: None rf I' liC eulll..a ef t surprise diamond ball team. M R.K AGENCY MOVES Stock
; Fresh
I' mat** made nine error In the fold
; KM Ik -. siren Ik .. I 0 the Ketarr Club llr d up to It.
to threw away the hull came I Lenin I .Ib I C Rem oval erf the 1'101'1' display
1 MOM TtMday night wea tt look
Tow and olTtce of the Homestead
tt."' Mlperlor hitting. pitching and To" i'. l ..., J* I i tile broker Lumber Co. leMa- room of SeedLI
won or Walton Wynn t Wilson ... J branch of the Ctajton Batter A ;
"anll'h' : I i it. F. .. ',"':::.??* 15110 l I""* pltcbe ThMna and tie-into Engine ring CV>. from the McCrefyAroadto ,
lilt for ltd winner. 1lemm, 11'.......... ..._. Alarrh, 1 CMIW ,... Hncow, .released.. ...
. floral. with three singles. led the'Ir' rhM. MelUI.Tee li 1 X Krome .nllO. two
..... bits Weedkury. 11._. Mb.IMta. I Welted and sigma w by the not**. M \MIMHKtunes : i 1 1t
Walton batting Wltlkop flashy
wrong Motni allowed the lumbermen eight hit .
IVrtlllaer shortstop, led hi.. team M kU pUvni Varrov U r.r31' HCRirT TOPPER: 1
Wftee kMt>t W.ltu. bur kept them well Mattered sad
hitting with a tingle and a double e* WWI off E..ta 1. e* Ill!" ll track truck out .li men riCRRlOKfK!: IKGLOttB
out of three time at bat. The Mt, *. llhk I i . 1 kmlle I H.t. Hassock wnlN I I Turner itri another
.... : >lLhM won vtetarrIn
orh. :
Cure Wynn ,
Saint LIVINGSTON tlAHK :-"
.d W torso.
r"1 In the flmt game of tile evening.
nlnatch ihorttleld of
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*k r k Trrarr .. r .1 I defeating ,.._ II... IJIM.HTOHector\ I.\RILOIIK
ins driIn this sixth tnnlncThaeuu .
Dotard o e 0 I..... .. I 0 E
I AMY Ik I" 0 Hone rfK t b Tara .. I
Pinto. ob 0 blTea.en' at r kart. Iraillv. *T I I I llMwl* Ik ... : ii IT"r I ....... .. .. kn
lit J : \,_ 0 I 0 01.Ik Webb r I (hkmiMTwtwr< 1 fI"- .1 t tM
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'". 'l'.n 1 ,) If 1d 8 I 10 I 0W.to" : M..'I. ollo 0 lPswa I. 111 I I' II 1 W.tta. Ib as. IAar. I : 1=06t ....11 tI

L w....! I. III ra r 0 0 0 M KMLy If f : C Hooper 0 s i t i HuOw d I' "; 110 I. 0 Supply
II :S to. 110 1 l I ownanw
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IOom. O M oft in
H '""Ar.... if : ", I I 0C O Robins- rf I I n.If" I !l 1 =:.iris lb 00 0 e :' p I I : I : :
M."; r1 .f 111Jk'"III' A HoUon i> I ) ,, } y 0&.11 10 1 CM TuraILne.r .' 1 1I 0Kesr.
Ii II. .
.. II I. 0 Mspbr If 1 0 0
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Bv I, ,r i.C .I. "J t I Tatar I* I I Total.' loll I 1 T.IbrM Ib I. u WMMwul IIKHerpwef 0 0 CompanyHomestead
Walk I. 1ab time 00.10.1. ......... p IOU 0 I 0 1 n
8 0 1Ih ,
Turner tills
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"Ill rf II 0 0 TTunurcf n. a
1 o Oter4 Awry t Wait I. Fll*. General I
I vetrlck I. C.ta I:.H. findfey.Hose ,
Tomb I" o. ToWta it 10 1 ;
.r t1000i1tot00010el min I ... ..... ,...Ion Mew, Q A. .... mn; Thurman; ...... berms IItrrtta. ,. Fia.
n fad; ... ",-, "'.'7, left an b.o..tLbws OMFvr H-rn' Godwin 1 II
f a Tarns I. bean bello: of A. Murpkr K. K.n; .r; ..J; on .**il"Taxnro; Public Utilities:
r. ...... Native.O. I Woman I: otTuok out : by A Hobson 1.by 4. Terser I. bases on !mil,: off flrjnkvr t
II C. Ho..r I: wild p'I' <'- A Hobson: Harper I. tnicl out t lv maker 2, bvrA.i. i
pled both oxford. I, Tber.ae I. .. lliMiuwtead IMipiMana.M
*tM pndmt llnolnrr; REAl THE WANT ADS
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pros, WItkop slid .__ ... bell 4, Thurmin ':
: __. _._n. __ ; rman
U .n4 C. Oted.nf. Rabb I '
.seen, Dixie I. Texaco 4 (,IRIJ FIU.ST lUU HTVNMNOS
sI or Welrter 6. Ileonher
.a 'by Webster 2. On oher 2 ; ..IW Tcnin W I 1><'

I'' A' IsroM, 8: passed Mlln,: III 8-.r Turin ....... ...... ... .. 0
d n I, umpl., Oununen Ud IMxl .. ...f. 1'1 '

+, !i iWtsdbury Texaco ... .1' .! BUILD IT TODAY : -
If' W.Ifq .11. II '.rtlll_ .k e b :
ib 0 I lrrurner r 10 u 'I IJont .... I t .l" .
Hank 110 I 0 I Wlttkup r I" I: ,
Morrow r 0 I UI."r\da' .r a 0 I
...,.. of 4 0 HIckxHi IbKdmnk IOU Dixie Swamps Goulds; I .
r. IfeItIoo e a I 1, IbQnenwvod 8 0 I .;!
Wynn ifWeM 4 I pl' I Texaco Loses to Cuba LET YOUR RENT PAY FOR IT

HOT,*.1.. : f iAWerawflb 1 0 0 ..;

'\I. t ...,0' 0 011M. If. wi ,. 0 rh. mill, I>rug team .*t up a new
"* ". $ a OtN.kw If I 1Uf mark la fecal OtaMMut kHAorlut
t I ; "'.'. If".. '; : H wheel they detested the ASIA ABOUT IT .

Totals illIK TeuU ...... it. 0 CNMildi Oro....*. MwjWifleum. y**. fJ'
", ,,,' Retted for Hirker la Silt.f"a :
IIIHrerAnw 1-Kje tender fterapoa. fH Alt* Web- .
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sow :. : -* * : 11 : tier pnVhwl a etN lilt ramc and 01HI MLIMM ;:

nan i Fight. I. Mwr, ACener ..-. truck out sight for the Dixie Two = ,IIrl.
1w0.i I
. Two bee knit Woodbury, nn4i. B.r Blue 'loom pitcher. Brooker and .;
row WHtka; Uire. bee klui Wetao; I Hartford.."* ten bnw on ball and
bums runt, "''''.l Mtaen Nana BarmwHobbe .,
Wjee: ...rt"-, Herkw, diesels I II hit... Roh.ruon and H. BUC ,
phurmi TwnMr-to AmtorKm left e* beM*: tent hit home run for the winner.. I
Wallet I. Fertilizer Row I;; hew m Wllelff ..
> 10_....... 4; itrurk out by Watson 9 1 The Lion.'CUbs started off the *et {"
wild pItekMl. ...,.... booms sed, uexplr ond half with a b"n.Innln.. fromTeuro r
l HeCracken and li. I
141.. behind. rive I fI'.hll j"j
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pitching of All < 1f..1 l Non Tie I
Walton Skunks P. F.; lonn 'nrwr..1 11 off 1" U...'K light: '" =

Turner Licks Lions I en-ran In the T'Ltr," rl.-IoIl I H pn\f.1 I M tiltaNlCi1 i ,j :i

-- the vn\ for defeat. Clrnhnm n" '

I Wit on riwrliuverpow rre,1 I Inni Wi'll lit home runs for the tlui, ..r

the Future :er< ..I) FrMnjlrl ml E k,4Fir "He*. got thrwHliic:'"r'I I L 71oDON'T I :

nlcht In the gamr Turner mix ", r" t111u.a ,.t hot



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T\JO bock wheat one steps Into Bathroom or Kta&M of

, 1" the MODERN boast They'* iut M UaaUful M two

Room Guest Chambir-fixture* designed M
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FLOOR PLAN > lag ,
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If you are a lover of Bellaitld Perfection w*invite JOG UM the Mm
" : to see oar Bathlroseos Smb.by "? WI4"""' ". !ouhp.d your reed AND PAY FOR YOUR ....- and IOIMtimet much let..

OWN HOME. It', Hay foci.". The bolt Way t* get tk* kind of a

t kern you went where.yen went It I* to build

WE CAN HELP YOUr TV* United Stares Go sniniarl It tt LET US HELP ,ou.

4unleM to Wp retp ct!ft home own**sm- Let us eipUtn the Hay finenciiioj ptent

1 to 3 years to pay KM r*...It b liver .rm (hrwrfy Mr) IMMtk .,. .w., Mow you "kern ile*!an W99t

;. \ are ...illlWe 16r ugh Fedef..I Housing tile qutckeit and ..*..*. mean ef getting tk*

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Pafire Four 2 1935! '
THE trADER ENTERPRISEFriday, August ,

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raELEADER-ENTERPRJSl E The AC FROM OUR MAIL BOX '

Published Friday at Ilome eadFta
,. .. X to 71 UHle
IM N Mwe1M..Na1MMN/rMIrMIr..1111 MM.M. W N II
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by |h* Banta Dean ruUUilai of Parliamentary

..<. Takes Issue With Prof. Haney on Townsendisra

Law : Bird :

DEN AKrtlER. .._....... __...Edit By AVMK LITTLE BARRY I Editor J.ead.r.F.nterprt.: population of the globe Our production

rl- I! Readers of thin. I truce have road In every line has skyrocketed Told Us

: "Townnndnm OW as the HIIU'. In while the Man hours per product
Entered M eeeond claea well mat 16TH INSTALLMENTT I
the Dally Tribune or July IT Ilan bar *M. d lly declined Bocauae
for March. II It 18 at the off ,
pout cat
: the mom"..... twine I!aMy, praee.wrof the machine man now prod_ eomtwh ea.ww.w.a.w.wrw
Commit I
IxwvMlead, tlurlda, under the adof or Refer
:1 ooonoailc at New York Ualvaf w* have no room for 19%
March S. I'''. This I* a subsidiary ........... It That another young father wag
lit,, In hill attack on the of ow u *niploy d rn If our factorhta -
lake nracoanw* of all motIoN tit reeling aa wall w oould be expected
Plait Tho oaaoaUMla of *ocUim. wer* operating at peak prduotlon .
/amend to ImlaflnlXly.and after the Wg event was over Wedne,
or *
puatpao
MB. PRICE 2.00 A TEAR toebn__. Novo Dealt ea. tadlam ..... The plain tact I I. that
ytekhr Ie all other avrwhtlary motion day morning
...- I a s4Trwabetttkt.ni'sll) ar*. aaoW ha machine and mnn cannot both
and to aD prrvflocod and Jade e *
M the'tilBa *erk: on a parity basis any longer
He lied road the comic .***. thai I dental' metlona. It eamwt b* ..,- The machine has pushed mum out ofwork That a certain linotype operator I*
Stop at TC nocranr tw a tits
sine from week to week filled to May subsidiary ....n. nor miens Mow cut M b* old when H t* :. There boll'm toe him Buffering from boa acere Jitter but

And laughed .a *impt hi cwmaNloa with the i the kapvloeaa ot It.. adopted
today It la nO1I **. community ,
mention the old
and laughed until b* could I main question, Th prertou tee gas powr. Why .
of For awry for tbo adult populatlun. ages i
old hilt by comparlaont
way
not .....11I linn and motion* to limit or extend
ad the long period of in.n' hobluMo II to 41, to work l<0 noun per :yearper e e e :
the time of debtt and to amend
He bubbled .. mar
the
lulrly ut "
.r pars the U hllla", clear Individual to produce a standard That
\ h* applied to It without affecting the CM up to the present cartoonist of the ':

rnpher' wit *. main question. The previous quaUon *- the year Ito. work wag done by of living for the entire population Key Veteran News rertalnly, bas

And when he saw the plctvre he and motion to limit or extend human labor Man klnuelf was the ten .time above the average income what It takes to rehabilitate any lost

only ."WI..*. Then cam' the atmtnengme. of ttit aena* of humor the .
among veteran
roil down In ft fit. tile time of debate ,114.. amend mar

He furwok his occupation (oh too,- may b* arplld to tt without alfect- I then ''''''r1oll" la the Now for Townaendlam ao "'n.... i' In the oversee bridge camp

leg the main *Jttatmn. ft la debatnbl I IoemmIUln. last HI years the rat of output baa It la unique absolutely new. e e

Iahnase of men!) *. but only aa to reaaoni for Increased ao enormously that todayAmerica er than Technocracy ....... 'Olla"j' That Income tax payers or m-

Be. sine an editor hlmoelf-he novel *. j i U equipped with one billion .technocrat may Justly claim com tax report maker-outere, It

installed hori>aw' r In prim mover helped largely to make the.
t Milled ....111. Pending nmendmenta BO with thee you get the difference-will find uie
!I *. It thin wore operated at a I aware of the fact that the machine Miami Income tax office not such
-Dougla* MalleekWtSTE main motion to a commute, The an
.. ... It WMM de th work whichU hoi .bn
,. and la eliminating tope Infernal revenue office, after
---- motion to commit that It to refer i all It
committee) m4 IK reconsideredBut : attempted by man power alone, power an maao In a very practical they need help and cannot afford to

I after the ciimmltiee hoe begtm'the would require over flue times th* (Continued on Pat Wi| employ hlC'h.poWWt14 report fixers.

(Budenton HeraM) | reronridttratlon of the ne tlon. !(' '

I lit U ton late to reconsider the vote
The um'hiding paragraph of n 1918 .
to ronimll NubXHnnittle may i I II
Kinii, morntnwire story midi
) "he appointed by upeilnl I null atnnd' |
ire, Henliir T 0 Butch of Lee, I .
Injt committee, hut they mot r* ,
burn tart with tike five enmmtankmii -
I port tn the ('otnmllhtnot to the ii i
'i-luc raring commliwlonl BH nt
main hud)', In came milioommltIten i!
I.n 11.r.." the lioiird" which nl..n.II. .
mo niipolnteil, It In well for the
.", tin imimliwlon Imo taken dl '
lommlttee to have n reaolntlon Or'
\ "I i of < e Ian amendmentMm
: me I'h7r ; 1|i. few pimple rules! alibi shalt
I )'mint of an nt
orn the lommlttpe If by the .. IOV.\\
i.ii'i HI u ilur)' not exceeding
I i: the Micletthe president la ex
11.""" II year. Thu. another et
Uric a member of the rmnmltloee, he I!
IK n>, l I. i.l.leil lo the t ommlaaloniiixi :
line the Mime privilege Be the othermembers
oi operation uhKh" mean that I I r
but not the wane rwapan-J
iniiin fewer dollars to lie given book
i .Ihllltlra. and I* not expected to attend
in Hi. people n* profits on the opern II
every meeting
11.HI ..f their own business. Ad "fouiw

the plum went t* a. member I It to the duty *f the chairman to ,

fir ii., -IIY call the committee together. but Iff I

i h* n*.lo.t* lo do tulle. any two of Itl| _
H loot Mcomnry tn look beyond + \ t
members _,1..11. meatlag A'secretary
the ...."m........'. met In hiring ItmltIMI t ttty Js 1
should be elected m lartre
,innmdoil i>lloimIn. undvrntnn I Ih I I IlultteeK
oominltleen. and even !n amall com
\\ \ there lot no little money fur ley. '
It la win lo have a aecre f'c
llin.ii nuhllr uee.ln.'e My in'nee,1.
tniMembeni of the onrnnl uU.Mi
.-d" ,IWUIUBV the attorney gen.
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may prevent thtr .*..> to a committee
coal Hlih hi* army irf uealntanU Ui ,
': hut during deliberation* acommittee aaaailMy
i. alt l.'i I? legal iidvb er to the" ram |!
ehouM mat alon It fe1 i
Hut he commission _aid \ \
'ol..lnn \
'I| la often wire I* go before a commit- : \ \ \,
r"th"I' _lit Ito leiml 1 mlrtr* etaewheroHI .
I lee and present a matter tn which! I
n runt n( M..".. K year end .wf.
i i you are Ititereat** ,rather than to :
einblj from a member at the
bring K before the larger body flnt |
luture Thom boys must be 1..1
Rebate to unlimited In rommlt
,1 mil far I
e \ t
I!1 tee and theH'I:: :: the right
With the attorney general tort to peak. the dl.icMelon I

of n.alatnnl available (or the h>....' A raoonalderntlon of a

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a year ban no man nod for! .. of the lime, and H may be WTd I ,

n *(*
hoe for fifth wheel yet H la willing the minority, even h* were absent

tu throw away .tee yearly hat j when the vats .I1.. But in I

could U need In ilowna of place this rare It requires a two-third l

where M la badly aNd... The ma.lmtmi \'M. unless. every member who voted I

salary paid this off n at la more I will. the majority I* preeeoit or h4received

that s young lawyer ran earn but ample notice the reconalderallon .

that U also no concern of the m nniiiwion > I wee to be moved.

I Th chalrwina of like .1

The public newt never export aarapnmcnibte .a a rule gives the report of a eommttte

relief from Its lax bur, *. but another member may

dente ear I..na an ihlnm at this Mature lo with the content of Ue otherI \

are emitted The chart that I I member. A definite draft ol the v 1 \lt\lC\ ,

people have quit pa> ins taxn "''''0' report ahouhl be prepared and handed Ii

explain anything Wha can Mnm to the eerretary An InveetltaV

Ih..onHon the hinds r tanned from' 1 Ing committee should close a report 1 NIL

tM vtale. few profitable enterprises ': whit formal feeaiotkw eoeering all I

are scattered to tho potftlral. winder reootemeetatbnaAdopting

(tot this out use the money ao wantnl or accepting a report of I

IH seeded places, and the public I a committee, ha*> the earn* taeaning,

might be willing to pay taxes attain II" aecepting'er adopting n report Gt'

Title lunt written with the object a mmlHee.. you adopt all that the

of correcting the oomUtkm but a>*rely report contain Report can beamended.

RK Information on the conduct of! It you wish lo adopt

our liable public servants, men whore part of the ,report only yen may a 1f

living on the fat of the land while I mor to amend by striking out nntI y
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the remainder wallow In poverty !I'I paragraph or by substitution. The ,
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eontmltte- report east contain only
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'>that. widen bar been agreed |o ,y r
at t
",", Ian I of Article t. <<<>"
jgnajority vote of the committee at'
lion M Florida declareHM *: .Ut"'I' '
III meeting which every" member haft f
a.aalo or ntttnbe of ,
been notified of or at say adjourn.d .
house of r prMnleitlv* shall, daring
mee lnf.. (A quorum which 1* aImahlrltVthe
tko tki. tar which b* was ohwt-1 r CR
: member U the rom t
site ha appointed o* trimmed, t* anjij' j
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civil *"mi.. under the aoKMKaUna uf I I 1 live
Only when member at too
this alal. that has boon created or
great dIManr from cn ether to j
the emoluments whereof ehall have
attend the meetingmay the work bpI
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bora increased during each Unie.
font by eorreepondeoc k. j

t ,. A enerua eonmktee waajMa..M ...1
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'IIr' tilt aa moon: a tt" work I ';titt/olledy!! .
ou; .rkflnftjrUlX '% I.... ow ...t ;r' ,- ..""' 4 .J
Tills \\OKlt and the .report la given. It a c<*>- ;

I mitten talla to do it* workn It nay W i t 1935 M t

TH tiny there la IAIMtion iXCerM ol yra moved! Unit like commttte e.. doe ,

mrnna thai there In undernMimimnUMi charged and a new i-oimnlttee he mwlnted ". ,

There: IP n. limit Ifhim or the notion I I"II order STILL GUNNING BUT DIFFERENT GAME

in wnli. 01 .>..llt. i HIV /I.I t? 'e" n'\IId' whIr, mmirw lo 101i

: I.ttn'r III te n..t.rtA". rlioat(0.0i .In, in. lommtttee)) The Ke) V'I.m" s ....
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Friday August 21935. .T11E.HEY VETERAN NEWS Paw Five


/ man wh own JO tana at pin. .* land now, she bay book*. amid gfv," t'r

mmllilUlIIIIIIIIIIIUIWUUDlIIIIIIII1II1 her, wrttea that he will b* In Hum.lead TEE LIBRARIAN'S CORNER to the Junior WomaeVa On ,

20 Years watt his family the drat of October I HoaMetaad t* be p..ntf4 U. the i
Ago to make this his permeaaal BT MM. U Ik MOW. UBHaJUAMtlMAKY library.lan't. I

hem" It runny how little latareMt (

IIII IIIII"11I11"11I111111I11I111I11I11I11I" -='Mr*. C. R WlllaaM *nd her .OVMtbaanr. ,*ounty In a
tired -.b.: ;
Th librarian lay** she was : .. ... ,
mother >>... **... haw Nut ra- WrfMriw Human i H a. w7M.d library living :
The Mtevlmr hen eekon r. rrt Mum Inm (... at ,ire... _vet. turned ram visiting relative la Muv laardy i _It I te1---e l 14 And why! Wall, all because aonwan ha* raoantly been gtveh publicity. by : 11;; i i
gwter.toe MUMMW Mu, .1, UII. court, lid they report bualaea* e.a- one *t the world foremost allyaewapapera
... cam hi and laid a beautiful "
she awls .. \ .
BMMt It hot the ether and merited altonrUoa ,
was pretty day even
dltton M anything but good and
package on the desk and ......., "Open
that crops are In bad shape owing and everybody In the library felt at the radio audience over a wit 1 : j;'
Inatde" Thenwee
It. There a note
JuJ1 1915 U the excessive rlna sad cold." atlcky and tired and wtohed It was MM will braadcaatlng system You : I :\
a not, lurk a charming note, .>.
....."On tim,to go hem and climb M a ee\4. might apaak to yaw oommln.l.n..re II
Tueeday If arrived _.
afternoon betweenthe a guT JIM at tIM from the Junior W .. Club.XNO .
bath_han suddenly everything and tell them how thy amid buy I
hour of JU ud I clock, the bum of Mr and Mrs. Paul lion- a beautiful MW book, "The
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changed and the library seemed rise some really good publicity for UadaOaunty 5 ,
floret Eva. Was the went of a delightful Khali. This little mla. I* the tint Mystery at LIMB 'ft,,", by Caroline
' Moot desirable place In all the world. Maybe they do not know. '
costal event when the WOo baby born U the local boapltal." Keen And It eeeme thin girt of aa .
Some people looking for hunmi In anew \,;
..... .
Club at Homestead save a -"A young wn .... arrived to make occasional book t* DM Hameataail : ..\
reception extending IU hospitality happy the home of Mr. and lira -"Lat week a and accident occurred Library will ba ,....,.....a. Mr*. I, country seem to be InternnMIIn ;; '
educational and cultural *dvantagea >
t : i'
to the ladle* of Homestead and vicin Whiter Cowman Mother and child which resulted I* serious In. A. Bennett, chairman at Junior we- ,
ityA program was given la which are getting along fine." juries to Un. 1. T. Lloyd. )fr., ...,,'* club at Dad County I. much Of course. some ef un are !:j
more Interested la gamhllnK andhorae I
Un. Annie Mtyhew Fitzpatrick -"'1. H, Slmknoni ham been making Lloyd had prepared Mae ipray Intended l In llbrarle. It was while
.m.'I' raolng-but every fellow to ;
HUe Eunice Nixon and Miss Lillian the IUvrU t
terial and had placed on the she wa president of C
some improvements hi home .
on him taat Perhaps acre of In*
Kabl took prominent part and boll and unfortunately It caught: Wonwa'e Club In Miami that the I
place and balding on a tool roomy younger generation growing up :.
which was heartily enjoyed by allpreaent kitchen" tire. )I... Lloyd tried to uttn.uWlI Riverside Library was founded Al-i j
about ua win be Interested In The :
An adjournment was then the flame and aa a result was badly way she ha given magnificenthelp
:
"Maud Hunt, who spent Jut week library That U why through all
mad* to the porches where were burned W* hear that her condition t* the little library at '
:with friends In L rkln., baa returned 11.-1 thla discouraging Indlffrrencc lie y : ,
found table ,
praalded over by Mle la critical, but hop** are held' atead, many times coming "
her horn here."Dr. librarian to afln t
to keep
Maude Wallace, Mia :Bowie Harris I out foil recovery. Later report re.1 help In aa emergency, frequently I atrugles \
and Mu. Mary Calkin., and front John Dennis I* attain unwell reived that Mrs. Lloyd died at 6 a. m robbing her own Aook or 1
Which delicious luncheon and fruit and has. had to leave for the north" I July 27th)" I prized and I loved II.eIY"A I WANT ADS PAY ;:

punch were served All vlaltlngItullet _
then registered In the Club

Registration Book In charge of Miry ;

:Lena gclfvrt ." Maxw'lHoiise TallCOFFEE

-"3tr!. Jtoild n>c.l\od a telegram 'J

Tuesday morning Horn Mr. Twos

dell saying that Mia' Twiwloll had
MILK
been operated 011 tin' preceding| duv:

that the oimrnl Dud 1 been n enc.0"s '
and that mile was..ranting euniuR. ;

_" L Moner waa taken milounlyill ; -
lb.2CDel fie 1
at Miami Thursday Jut and had can :
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to go to tli* llygfaa, Sanitarium ,ortreutment.
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.-"James W. Englinh a Georgia Monte New
WHEN FATHER WAS A BOY

COFFEE APPLESFancy
Phi old home town had changed a lot since I Kim JU.lu lad
1 I"01 In those days the home..,wned stare were all we ever had.
I remember how the less would com and meet ui at the dour
Better Food lb. - .7e And hr awaye made u* fl at home when we were In his ator Ib .r - .Sc


And when some road were needed and some other work was done YellowONIONS
CRISCO The owners of our local store were ilwe called upon. ,
Whom other thing were needed t* make a better town .;
Meat MarketGI'JO. They were always glad to do their share they never turned U down.

31bs. -----5" ... ,
And now and then 'twould happen. folk would need a llttl* stun
0. MORTON Prop. I To keep them through the winter when tlmea were kind of tough,. lb---------Sc ,
Cversea Fancy But It didn't seem to matter for the man who owned the store U
Would always give thee folk some credit end deliver to their door.
JUNE DAIRY i CORNNo.2Can16c Maine !i1 i1filii

everything It different now It Unt like It wa
Whit wj were II.... De.sou know why I'U tall you: H.a berjuen Potatoes
ROLL BUTTER
The chain store all have come to town, It Nations they have control
And It see me u It a man don't own his body or hi. aoul.Oh .
10 Ib S. -:I6c
lb- 28c ye*, tleMforest" are pretty and] their windows have a numb,
Potted Fresh Hut they never know a person II he hawn't got the cash, -
Fur: fhrlr boners live on Wall Strert. And we're a bunrlr of fiMil New Va.Potatoes.
: MEAT Prunes If ".think then fellow ,I\'e. ....lIIn.buut our church and erlioul. Cabbage
ROAST
CHUCK 3 cans large can Now, MH( 15cSelox t*.ll ... neglect our. townnmrn to feed three nnraaUaiTSliall
lOc we forgot lime pioneer* who bulliled up this tewuf 21c 3c
lb. 19CHAMBURGER Shall M. allow the. milnule" (tore to tear the whole IMHg dvwut I
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Osceola
I think 1 know: your ntw\v r. folkal t hope that >'011'11 1 "y NO; Fancy Ripe
Coffee Let own DIII little city like we used tI 0 years' UKO BANANAS3Ibs.
large pkg. I.ft. patronize our lom I stores and keep the rxrth at home
Ib. \nd let the duHRo luiln tort. mnrt city of their utrn

16c :(Author Unknown). .X3c
STEAKlb. 13c :
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19cRIBSTEW PHILLIPS' DELICIOUS OVERSEA QUALITY FOODS


Garbanzo or can No. 2'/ can Fey. Yellow Cling 2'/j can Guava 16 oz.


\ RED BEANS 'Ie Pork & Beans 9c Peaches 2Ic: Jelly 21cMixed :


lb. 15c 3 cans Tomato can '/i pt. lit pt.


VEGETABLES SSc SOUP Sc Mayonnaise 12c Relish 12c

DAISY CHEESE :

1 Iced Tea Glass FREE with each Milford Pickles qts.


I lb. 22c : OATSpkg. l/4 lb. Lipton Tea can 23c g, iETMIXEuI.7cLux


Sugar Plum 2 pkjfs. La Famosa CrushedPINEAPPLE 2 2'/i cans p&r.

ROUND STEAKLOINSTEAK lIARSIIlIALLO'V15e 31e SOAP
SOAP - -


lb-20c : 3 bars Osceola Bartlett No. 2Yz can Osceola No. 2 cans, 2 for 3 bars

20c 21e BEANS 14c
PEARS--- CUT
- - 17c


Lux Royal Gem No. 2 can Silver Floss 2'/ can, 2 for Camay

I Flakes CORN - lIe SAUERKRAUT----- 19c SOAP

lb. 25c
2 tned. Musselman's Assorted 8-oz. jar Uneeda Bakers' / lb. pkg. 3 barn


Whole or Half 19c JELLY - - 9c.GRAIIMICRACKEUS-ge 14c


LAMBSHID'R Bulk .................He lb. Fine Granulated 10 11*.
Compound !


4 lb 20c LARD 4 8lb.pkir.Ib. pkg.::::::::::::::$1.10..55c I SUGAR 55c

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Happy Home Self Rising Snow kist Plain
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VEAL ROAST FLOUR ,)""" Back 21.1b. bag. ................86c 21.lb. bag .... .. .85c

Guarantee" 12lb. bag .................46c 12lb. bag .............. .. 45c

lb. 20c 6-1b. bag ........... ..... .2c) 6-lb. bag ........... 2.Je






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Bake Six THE DEADER ENTERPRISE Friday, August 2, JLiJ5.) :.

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j I i or their rtt-mttloiM must he tin*. 11II,1 ypyew.pnoes f"nvv..,.o .IIII"I'I' ?\'' 1'.{n'l I nnn'J,')" 1' I. t'r, ro lion It tn. I'kno"

NATION GIVEN !Q! ", th>t ." 'h, -,. I.' ,,, "" :
vltll HJU help of M4ne. Opal ort.i4Tlaaii.M !}! !}.J!!! : d"'J ,,,,. ." (GROVE ,
', die tuitla> n.'r work morn fn I ',11I" ""'"'" <

STORY OF CITY i" I rued"" room und did her tnettd j (Continued from Pnn Four) 111I1,''Oui. "t Ile u \ II lion the '',,intI'I" iw .vevKCOCOMT :'J
j 0,,' 'firm !t.n'! -Ix 011.,01 I. t. ,11,11t
I|, 'iiiir of torn tKWkx, "ll'. In a tiny ..
way the TuwiiH.iiJ Plan k to RO\K
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,
with one K-"l window< that had I sal.I II"iol.na and maln."I !
meet thin Kunomlc tmire'l h>' i !I""- A ........
LIBRARY HERE frly l been ueeil an n Junk room.P..I ,.enters h. mete 1))"111 ;.boltls II HkewaM :ateatatlmi << I
vision at once lOtI cvmiMHvly "iultaMe '
(X ,r |IKI)I< needed no iiiulnn. that has twelv. .IIU" nip.ii-' thirty week. *army Ba>. eosa p. m.
and ilellchtiutly comfortlnK
rime to the rmwllna".room every Iy and Mwic'xh (IIIRVIS |iubll'linlnineteen '
It compel a vision of a lJ ppler.day I' .
(Continued from Page One and on Matunlay they .. In different 1 ma-iiugr" .' Ini/ }
not tar ahead. TbM provision rKI.-8\T. A IS. IS
trot IrxaUon. and pay a librarian warmed In from the time the d daJ'1 addition there are fifteen weekly|
would retIre eight or ton million
"Th.- rrjulclng were abort.lived opened In the morning until .. some and -_Mr paper published In 1

how ,..,', when It was found there hour at night. Even the "...... of over sixty yean 01a monthly' eight different language distributedby GEO.d'BRIENIX
CUM making ream fps a*
pension ,
I
war no money In the town troaaoryI librarian mum eat and Mr Bow private moan, Thor are It.-1

lli.rnrv work! Then was a ur- lock up tram g to 7 wMte she KM 1 may yountmmm and _It. itgoes '''.000 subscription per month to I IperIIodIe&Ia. )
and makes It mandatory -
further
plum In the police department, however home for a hurried au...... One I papers and magazines I

Therefore, Mr*. Bow was day at t o'clock there were five of, that the pensioners spend all that ar* Inimical to Individual InItultlv "The Cowboy
of their nilolment within thirty
inade a policeman, given a beautiful I the COC boy In the readlng-roiim i *. private, ownership of property
d. .. Eight ten mflllon In .v.
or ry
I
I nw bade, and the municipal library They war deep In their book. and private management of Industry Millionaire"
I nook and cranny of the country virtual }
started on its triumphs had no other place to 1'0. What American Ideal and American1Institutions
agents of the government, taat'ietaoUy
win could they do? Ain Bow had aalda And all because mll-j;
what they would be. charted
But It has not always bn an I ha limply locked up ai uaual lion ar* denied the right, the opportunlty Your favorite outdoor star In atwodated
ot
with the task pouring the vast I
wry way. This lea district of kicking them hi with their book sum of nearly two MHlMw of mossy to earn not "what they action whlriwlnd.EXTRA .
fruit and vegetable farm, and often And there aha found them perfectly "n" but. the opportunity I* earn
Into the channel of trade every I
suffers heavily. from weather eondltloiw. happy when aha opened the door anything.
of the
month yar.
At one time. the town traaaury again at T o'clock, Only Townnendlim 6r something !tt
The we tot circulation and every
ran Its business on nrlp for Activity InrreaaM like It will top the sullen mob demanding
economist worthy the name
several month,after series of bank "In sortie mysterious way, known social justice swelling and Saturday Only

failure*. but a local merchant ....h.e only to the librarian herself, the know. and aver a* a matter of I Ioou. maneuvering to attack production.for .
... that must flow freely i
0! the scrip ao the library ou.ld pay original II* vMumea with which money profit rugged bllltonalrlsm poverty Chapter No. 1
and regularly It there la to be purchasing -
cull to booksellers and supply she Marled grew, In the tint ill and plenty while the Now York
power which In turn givesthe
Douse yean alone, to be ".000. But professor fiddle tor profit and vested Buck JonesIN
I worker plenty to do. The tornpulaory -
Mw ling a Way when you reallt that besides theaubjeeta spending feature would atones I privilege I

"It l i. almost Impossible to keepup aready mentioned, vn stop the Inflation pendulum T D. FICHE .
wllli the demand for new book "
Plutarch'i 1.1_ and "Joeephua"
Corresponding
oontentlon on dead center, cancel
when you have only a very small are asked for surprisingly often, It 1 all the 'can and can't" argument Homestead I..retary'l "TOE ROARING WEST"
budget, but Mm. Bow has a way of la no wonder that Mrs. Bow weleomei -
about It and bring out a aura of capital
overcoming difficulties that la original
of used book or
gift Stag
now eager for Investment, equal Th fastest, mall colorful otirtal
and aatlafylnf. She haa no slimier budget can
line for her
; .
It not beyond the distributed
gross sum you ever saws
fund for nsftgasln subscriptions
never be stretched to supply inch
!
by the ponaloaer.
but aha collect old magaxln from a varied demand She give out The Mcdroarty bill embodying the IIOT ROLLS It RIP-ROARING CHAPTERS

all over dad County; than when she on an average of 100 books a day,
the Townsend Idea carries no
has a aerial story complete she tie and sometimes too tug-
aa aa on
many SUNDAY P31. !
the copies together lend the whole Saturday aviation of effecting equality of 12-1,6-7 SEE IT E'mTT'RJMY
wealth distribution In
bundle *a a book, and then la on. fill1d I yet criticizing e 000 e
"While adult needs are being the professor postulates with fervent I
novel accounted fort One bundle the children are not I dogmatic : "Absolute equalityof White Sl'V. THRU WED.. "('0. >'
warp
whole wheat
of Fictoral Reviews was given out foreou.n'l!t I rye
During the summer wealth distribution la unthlnk-
to H famlllva before It fell apart It' t,
contained Pun Byrne'a story "Brother :, tory hour. and at Christmas they able. Such slogans aa "to each so- bread, coffee rings, cinnamon Van bated her al the "Moanle"In
have their treat Only a tiny one, but '
cording to his n ed* or 'the rightto
"
Saul buns -Bright Ey<* but fo.1l have
i to them a thing of great beauty work' are utterly and disastrouslyfutile. on sale at

The reader come from a territory Every. child receive a prevent. too ." Doea Professor Lewis Haney her
about III mllea long, that all grocers.
--an old magaalne and a pencil. T* economist ot New Tork University u"GINGER"
reach from Miami down to the I IWaldron's
some It la their only Christmas gift mean seriously that the humble plea
X.,.- -wUoemen, truck driver, fruit .
"Do you wonder that In III the of toll for 'tll. right to work" la

and vegetable mn, packers and firm local branch,of the Lion Club gave utterly and disastrously futile'" I

laborer who are employed during Mr.. Bow a loving-cup Inscribed Then this strange man conclude:
..._ Jane Withers
the winter n.t .
I "To the outstanding elllaea of the "Let each earn what h* can". Wond.

t Tha Homestead population too, Redland District er It anyone believes that the professor Con King Highway A Old Dials i THE SCREEN'S NEWEST>

1 la acutely lea varied The foreign-, "Having **tabll'-hed the library believe his attempt at making iI STAR

1 born residents speaking very little firmly In the life bf the community perversion sound like truth. I

English want books In their mother she looked around for new worlds t.. I "

tongue. com of the older conquer. Her owning* win free. I

. auk for favorite of an Nttlo"l What .hall she do with them? Bom* i

or"(1011- niich aa the novel of u* might answer that a few bourn [
I
S., ithworth Mra. Bow does not pent In the warm ,eouthern dunkwould HEALTH CHAUTAUQUA

,fleas l have what they want, when be plaaaant. But that la not NEVERBEFORE

th v auk for It; but she has friends Mr* Bow'a Idea She hM boughta
And
wti" sometimes tend her old book, I small band press, learned to print ,

And,I the next time the demand come met type, etc., and made her debut SPORTS FESTIVALJuly

she In ready. I I aa the editor of Cycle a poetry tnatrar
SUCH A
tlurlnlill. winter ot 1114 a COT1 line to toe published uartrly. and August

(':imp wiia established In "And m' w* leave her at her 41lwawr SMOOTH SHAVING BLADE

When the toys arrived printing prea*--our friend, librarian ITcvU /__ fceoIlA ..... pleasure rorlpnnlJrt ,

I I:.". !IIh ,IM ready for tlom..tead'i and editor-rather wistful that like txtr attraction /or at this low price I

M \ h..l I re hand that her grandohlldrrn w* cannot claim July 'net jtfufiut
I :
.m.,II :illuuunre, of apendlnt. most her ai Grandmother, too." 1
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! Complete .', 7y program of competitive athletic events rolf,

I tennis swimming. volley ball, back acrobatics, etc, etc. lake

1 u much: put u you wish in the competition.


. Entertainment-dandng,motoring,walking, sports, congenial

companions, cards and games a good time every minute _

Larro Makes Them I marvelous physical culture meals. 1

Special features In health training-outstanding l lectures, .a

All latest instruction in natural methods, additions to professionalstaff

Lay Eggs and equipment. Result-getting health courses.


Enjoy yourself while getting well test, relaxation comfort
Good feed knows no breed.Whatever kind of bird ,

you are railing, Larro Egg Mash will make them close personal supervision by trained experts moderate exec P,
cue VeQ'
pleasant surroundings
lay more eras and earn more money for you above

the coat of feed than anything else you can give Plan tout health-vacation/ for July and August. Rates ire very eJ

them. Its quality was proved by three years of ,.' ra.sonable..sk for special folder and complete details. Q "GlNniMIM'D the: few ,
na( pea
testing at Larro Research Farm before. a single j tem 've been dim

pound wan offered for sale I v JxcluM of necmiiy Ino
'i 4ttM lowwpncto' mm
Let ui tend you a trial order now. Then give It a Physical ColtoreHoteUnc. -. / blsdca-Ry bead sine,

, careful teat on vour flock. Compare Its performance -. ins becaeMof ilmhon-
I .Danielle, New York l comings ol my eorkicbook.
i with that of your present ration. Watch the differ .Now ProUtIr
tout
ence in profit. See how much more moneyyou C / .hM spin brought
have left when you've paid for your feed. Thenyou'll I fowsufed frjr Btrxarr UlatfaJJtm v+ bath driving comlbn M
...".. Mar/oddea Aee/lA
.
realize the importance of that uniform hkhquality No outs cow
which only in Larro En Math. m.oenrea a.nIuolrel. ss B.Bugee.leonA.ae
you get "
I MQ..n A.satwdti.ws $own jade.Cakf.

For beat results with Larro BIB Masts, feed U together Unsolicited Icfflrt We

with Larro Seraix-h Grains following the This prove the amassing
qiulitl of Ptokdijf.Try
directions printed the sack. '! Pit this uniformly hies and


HOMESTEAD MACHINE SHOP tit smu.xb-shaving,prtbsk jr.fro n binds.ynwn
I
earn, dnslec't-a rt'mvksble

Miller Feed & ,slue at 2shl.des
Supply OPEN NIGHTS FOR EMERGENCY WORK for osty Bo of spnual

nut package ofa

Cylinders Rebored-Lathe &: Shaper Work 1 Mr irk.
Company I r+.a.d rYw.a?p,
t Trader Trailer. and Car Trailers Built at Cost vuh.r.,tJ Yr.al saw

Homestead South Miami See our Portable Irrigation and Fire Pump built

at our shop. Marine work a specialty. PROBAKI

IM4 I If Ifa
10.- eastr II. K. STRADER, Mjr. I

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1 the lelarlPo Baptrat .= ....... twsaa4hn Rallatr. MIar Fluids i I w ,.. ,,.,'. ....In" ""I" ,. ",

u I'kl.anll 'itk'h starts "' ''11I'1'". """ "IT..I '." 0" I i.l'v Iris 1 "

Men \Yo-I, ," tar-i tier ,it Mix \\,>,.-
and Around ''; a. thrakwl rl itl,lout ,u st> IK?MI I TIt"I' tttrSy :-\1',",. .tilspctNewtuu i

:; i I l'nh'.It) In J.. Lund. who In now EIa.bnth: t,'.",'* und Jr", I j ,Ir anA \1." Willem itIna "

ptiiillnit ftp a"RI'"or on the west I Newt" n who Cnvr' ...w-Iulto>1..' 1ft. ttte. 1'tmt."to le'soli. pa \"n'l"'UO"

f;' ui COH.I near% ,water., nil lead the ".mbl)I). Mae (....... ..11.1'k..", \a? i ",...t ".',,, 'he eliot+ ,"i ..1 the '

Homestead sliming at Inn daily vacation Bible test wttet. coo 00 to "'iao1 I Naantane.. ,.,j

school at the mwmblyMr beth Brooks Allmade the Irking .....................--.........-.-.-............

prayer. NARANJA
and Mr*. Cortl Walker and

on. Roy Edward, left Tuesday Mr. and Mr. John Cook and family Mr* ". IL Brow, Comnpondoullly jI

and Mr*. Paul ReJjmoUta and tin Uhm of her mother who Mfltr moraine for Chooen, FU. where they have moved from Homeaiead to T ....-..--- F'1\\

children returned Tuesday ed a broken: hip and later dvJop4pneumonia will make their horn*. Mr*. Walk- Florida City. Mr*. J. M. IllownMr

a three-week vacation trip and wee taken from hoi sea Meter lAIr Little went with
and Mrs.. L1'. Metros .t'nl
b various southern state home In Cameron to a hoapMal In them for few week
to Stay a '
Went after a visit with Mr. \*v.. children have med Into the nits-,

/" Wheeling. Mr. and Mr*. V O. Itohror 91. Miami ment of Mm U W. Matthew
I nd Mr. J, A. Smith loft Tue _
were Sunday guests o( relative
'er r Gainesville to visit their eon, Mr. and Mew H. B. !chair left FLORIDA CITY .
*. Mrs Om Knight .left Saturday nJl
r, who I* attending the Unlver- Monday to spend two month In Mr. W. W. Srvery, Correspondent ..
a IIlIeI...- trip to Jacksonville.
Florida Henderwnvllle, N. C.. Atlanta, and ''' '"M'' _
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Loulnvllle, Ky. Gollattacheck' PRINCETON

tr Florence Burger and herdattahler. Mr. and Mrs Joe Mr*. A. W. McVlokrr, CermpondratMr Two small children were winking

Louise, moved Tuesday :Miss Elaine Rheney of Miami: 1* are the parent ot a *on. born Tueedayjnornlng. -'' ,." 'M In the garden The older boy "1.00)K**

ilhelr home on Silver Palm tot visiting In Homestead this week **" until the little fellow <."JId
Mr Nancy Patton of Miami and,
*
reable*. with her uncle and aunt. Mr. and I Mother. please come Speak tnJane
Mr*. W. E. Kheney, Wm. Batehelor I* reported to be bar daughter Mrs. R. 8. Crews of *. He think he I I. a womnu"
Tennella, Farm, and nwddaugh.
Hi*. Frank Skill and two children, critically 111 at the Kendall hMpttal ter Catherine, were caller Jut week Walk, .. AnntellMi In Taw DM

,M:Ell beth and Junior, plan tei :Mr. Given Victor and Mr. M. D. In the A. W. UeVkker horn*. 101..... U iMNhr Shoo| lint TlwmlviM
'
l Istve Sunday for Washington. D. Hartman left yesterday morning to Mr. and Mrs Tony Dalleandro of seed B.itw.as hula.ewtltlnu. u MM.mothered,of I lt MM, of.Manes 4 H4

when they will visit for a month Spend a. month with relative Mr*. New Haven arrived this week for the alit *'> ef DeMmtar, A. D Pear *M
Victor Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence C. Smith filed MM. OHtmnt I* n> iiClm: tnt IUM
will go to Huntivlll, Mo., the winter They are occupyingthe
returned Monday from a motor trip main mllMtle. to* mi *** te wells
Mr L. L. Chandler and Mrs Hartman will visit In Clinton cottage on Broadway." thereon 'a eMMndance with U*. aides CVr.UrleaM .
and are
tfr. to the wt ooaM.Mr wibncOT thetdbwlr desibcdpneww.
.up.cted to return neat week from Nailivllle, Tenn. Both will spend eltwM 1 Is !>Me Oewitr KtarKU.LM .
air tour of the Orient this weekend In Mentone Ala, with Johnny Becker I* reported to be tawttt
honeymoon
OM Knight after a short
IX back I. niblwui f In the
Mr. and Mr*. B. J. Dyal who have from an appendicitis operation Hoetwtaaf
recovering visit with her, aunt :Mr*. Ole Peteren CIq of Counnr at;. Stated
taken a cottage there this Summer performed Thursday of last i'larld., a embraced is .. N.SM. .
t and Mr*. M. O. JacolMen and to be left for Jaokeonvlll Saturday. The s venweset at sold. rtaewtr
elr'eon Marlowe, left Sunday to near Alpine Lodge Camp week at Jackson Memorial Hospital imJrt UK MM MrtWote WOW was la
wtiteh their two daughter Misses In Miami.lie. tM Mini at ..... Ckmd
spend a week la Gainesville. Iva and Nina Mr* Brnl Cox of JUIamt with her Vales MM. OrtlftnM. ,hall be eedww..d .
are attending
baby pent Sunday; right with her eaoonllii to" tow, an dad will IMMth
and Mr. J. a Porter awl Dr. .w* o* the Nth 4w at ....... A. U. .
tfnv & B. Bird. 8r.. arrived Sat mother, Mr*. Helen Griffin.Mr. less.
Grady Whit and his daughter a W. Williamson of Porthmouth Daces this teih Air .r 1.1,.. A. t).. "II"I I
yrday from Jacksonville when sheas Billie, returned Sunday to their Ohio. were weekend guests of Mr. E B. LEATHKRMAN.: : Clerk sat ClIO '
.been visiting relative for the and Mrs. Corbett Nagareth sell (Joy... l 1_ throng, florHi.B .
IVutJIwo month Mrs. Mary Van homo In Montgomery, Ala, after a and :Mrs Frltl Schreader. On Sunday announce the birth of daughter N. C. gumtt. D 0.ClMlilt .
week spent In Homestead a* guests the party enjoyed reef fishing off Court 8:.f.
ltuakirk ot Daytona Beach returned They have named her Claulln. Jute It, It, II: Aug .. a)
of Mr. Welt' brother and lter-ln- Key Largo.
gjwltli her for a mwwMk visit
t law, Mr. and Mrs O. A. Went
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Florida City people who attendedthe Your
Before You Bay n.lrIer.aol
[MISS Pearl Whltaker left Sunday -
Ml*. Corrine Owen of N .hvlle! Miami Free Methodist Sunday
tor a visit with relative In Ly Tenn.. arrived Sunday for a two- School plcnlo were: the Rev. Edith

pa.A week visit with Mr. and Mrs Howard Tanrblyn Mr. and Mr*. Doyle, Jere- Spend 5 mules

Johneon. dean 'Tamblyn Grace Brlabln, Ell...
,
!A i L. Led and Merman Marksasses. Elizabeth
beth Brook Ma Cook

a business trio to Jackwnvllle The Rev. and Mr*. C. N. Walker Alfredo, Carolina, Bert and Morale

u tk.day.Mr. and their daughter. Mle Xx>U, Cook. Mary Goading Horace Leola

: and 14'-1.: ;; Dendy r.-. Bunks: 'and Carol, plan to leave and Betty Shelley, Christine and Folds -
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Tuesday ,for Det nd to attend the Button and Clara and Helen Tuck
| IJI'IIfCI jreeterday, from Lewlsburg Florida Baptist Assembly which er. Contests and game and a short
W Vej where they have been Vl U'ijMr -
will be In session there till *. Den4,'* parent tot the
rag itle In DeUuid they will visit were feature of the afternoon.
p.etsob month Mr. Dendy wa
Mr. Walker' mother sisters and
formerly Mb ffian Freeman of brother. Shirley Dean Doxsee I* a ghost

rite City. this week of Mr. and Mm Fred

aIt'tm.--W AgWts "" .l bert Irllnman returned Wedne. Harm.
Hr. Robert
day from a four-day business tripto
flomeitead birth otIglrl
announce the Jackmnvlll Mrs A. B. Langham and childrenleft

Wdnednfitnarnlng, July Saturday for their horn In Key

William Jolly of Muoon Oa., arrived parent Mr. and Mr*. J. S Cave

Friday to spend several week NORGEl&iifewr
HIM Chtora Lea Hayter. ft register1 -
her with him uncle and aunt, Mr. Mr*. Fannie McDavId of Plant ,
BUT* of Waco Texas boa return-
F *
and Mr Albert Hlnman.Mr City and two daughter were guests ,
her home after upending mil
Thursday and Friday of Mr. and
g weeks at the bedside of her aunt,
*. It. A, Burlow plan to leave Mr*. J. 8 Cave
Irs 7.0. Roger, who I* recovering
Sunday for a visit with relative In
ema major operation performed W. W. and
Flint Mich. Mr. and Mr every
t Jaokeon Memorial hospital In Mlr .
daughter, and J. A. Bevery were

am Miss Natalie Humphrlei, who ha Sunday guests of Mr. and Mr*. E. to

been visiting relative In Miami returned W' Savory of Miami
*. E. F trendy and her eon, that
"I Saturday Think of a refrigerator
lurty,returned last week from Want
:Mrs out and daughter Phlllppa
_lrB Beach where Mr*. Dendy tau makes k.JtUln'M the weather -
MIX Lucille WM left last week have moved to Florida CIty.
q'lslting relative for a month. toittr. Think of
a refrigerator
for Daytona Beach to visit her aunt gets ptct. And you don't have to
[fjpendy had bean In Jacksonville,
Mrs Vila SumiuoDlIn and her Sett" Thom who took: part In a lunar- mechanism that
word for it.
hulesfppl and Tennessee. take out Any
In, Miss Bobble Sumnierlln. Mine annual progress given Sunday afternoon hat tUB the equivalent of S)
Sumtnerlltt and Mln West will at- at the Foes MethodistKILGORE'S Norge dealer U prepared to
Herman Murk Mi'filer le years ia your home- and 1$ h.
Zttttoitt.} MB*, ,all tips ThInk prove every statement
till efficient as ever.
lnr i Jtlontt at Miami Bwob."nnle malt"
of g refrigerator that hat kept
learn the
amazing story
C pel left Wednesday for? BREP-RITE SEED milk sweet for month or of Rollatot Refrigeration

vita, Oa., to spend a week with *
arsntnbe mon midiummer, That before you shop for a rtfrlgcritor. >

the kind of refrigerator
Certainly see thaNorge
Uadfto Turner left yesterday New Shipment Norge offers/ you today. before buy
you
nd the rent of the surma* Inflttonvllls

and the TenneaeeeElh Performance That'g the NORGB DIVISIONmost

ntalna.rs Important essential of a Dor"",-'lVamer Corporetioil

TOMATO SEED refrigerator. When you Detroit Mkiilgan
i>eth Fuch was called

'beeline, W Va Saturday by Choose. Norge, you are

Just Received ersrndofthekindofdepend- 8THIIIOLUTOA: :

WHEN IT'SAN able ttoublfreo perform-

inc: you tarn a right to ixAtk -


Kngo e'J Bred-Rite Marglobc tin Korft dialer tbout the "MJVt Tat"_"tl.lh" tpt*

i KilRorc'a Improved Grot hen Red Globe taciilar not Alto get year frog copy J "Tin Story c/ 11." ,"




Scarlet Livingston Toppers Globe r\lO RG'Er.




Sit .utif1mt
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.te-.nu. arw..we.... M. With no down payment a
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fCeatral: Service StationDRIGGERS Clayton Battery & Engineering Company ,


f, Prop. Homestead Fla Phone 63 MRS. GEO. CIIL- HERS, 5Igr. Homestead Branch ;

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___Papa Eight THE KEY_VETERAN NEWS Friday, August 2.1935.
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ERR CHANDLER ENTERTAINS Lucille Trnifcuns, Thelma Kadford.LoulM .. Edwin McGarrah Takes
TONIGHT FOR HOVAB OtKSTMr Barnes. Julia Frano ullt-

*, RybeDa Chandler win entertain van, ROM Bflello. Mary Allen Dun- Over Redland Station

I tonight at her horn on flttvaf eaa. Frliicnui Read Mildred and
I
[ Social Events Palm drive with a swimming seta Margaret Field Mildred Ream, Mr. Edwin McOarrah ha taken eels

dancing party' In honor of Miss Bather OoMnwn, Katherine 0010
the tUdland Service station at North
Hack M jOl'huido,. who with Charlotte Oeronlmo and tola Lit.. tCmma avenue and Fifth attest and
MlM Melba Mallury. alaa at Qrianda.arrived user will .
eenttnu to feature Sunoco gsa >
PENDYMARRIES and ... hut night for a short visit I. .,..
MISS CIEIXA July II Mra. Bradley tor. line and olla and General tl' Fie
Mrorrrr Nellie the demon- with Mn Chandler and her daughter. Funeral Services Held
jtuvt Murphy of county will maRa,a specialty of wishing
Min Alice Penny.
Friend ben were surprised to stratton ofMo were present and gave Here for Mrs. Donnelly polishing and grenilng atitomonfte
learn Oil wk *f the man-lag of snorkeling dwnonntratlona.UlM Mra, Chandler MlM Penny. MlM and will give this poiwnal attention

MlM Clkul Dead? of Homestead Virginia Oalaney. Miss Norma Hook and Miss Mallory win g* \oJ t* this -' be aaytj.Mr. .

and Julius McDvffy af Owrtoto IB CtaMman. Mir Pets Robertson Orlando Monday where "'No Chan M,., Louse Donnelly died at her McOarrah. wK wits gradunt-
Fort Lauderdale .. July t. awl Mir Uola Little 411 I'Ir'at tor will b* matron of honor at the horn In Peter Monday of cerebralbenwnurhsce. ed t'reIIII..iad High School hiIf

Mr. McDuffy le a gradual lit the Rdlaa4. District who attended wedding of Miss Mallory to Charles Th body wes sent hut II. la the sell &If Mr. and Mr*. B.
Homestead High school and bas tile abort course at TallnhiMM were Hehumaker: ef Orland. In the Pint night by 'Tur 'rumor FOneral Horn to D. Motiarrah former wan.known

been employed by the Rosenthal present and told of their trip. I Methodist Church of that tiff Thursday CVIl..... ...., her former bom, for resident ef Hmnemead wh an now

Packing c.. Mra MtWlier, Mr. O. W. Matthews burial. living In DcjUnd.
They are soaking their home InClwtat and Mn. I. I* Lake were appointed Thor Invited to the party tonight Service Were conducted by the
n. a* a nominating oommlUeeOtner are: MlM Virginia Dolaney.
;
Rev H. O Jowan, pastor of the 811-
I preeent were: 11... C. Mol Min M.rjo Maoty, Mir Yen Parker. Church. and had been a resident ef Peters
Palm Community In
I ver
Hmdenon Mr*. Mary JCppenoa I MlM Ethel Ratwrt Mss Dorothy for toe past give years Shl"
Turner Funeral Rom yesterday af
BRIDAL SHOWER IS GIVENPOR and Mr L. H. Oraer. Cox, Albert Belts :Robert KHch. survived by a son, I. K Dunnely ef
MBA. ROT JOHNSON Ben Pulley, Vernon Turner, Gerald ternoon. I Peter and several other children In

Mr*. Roy Johnson, the former Walker Clayton Lehmaj: ManuelArourena Mr*. Donnelly wa Tl year aid ''/iirllele
W.O.W. AND CIRCLE """SIJISTRI"l'
Mir Velma. Shaw wa surprisedwith Jimmy Anderson, Mon
MEET IN MIAMI
a miscellaneous hover givenat roe William'. and Bobby
the hum of Mr and Mr*. David L. D. French and W. T Bush represented -

Fmtrtok Friday aftwneon by Mn Avocado W.O.W. camp of -, ..,
Marvin Shaw and Mine. Bled Fredi.ck. Homestead and Mr Beeal Brady. --I
Mr*. Allen Walter. M.... VMUBwMly Homestead High
By Leeds Little ::
The bride took her lift. from a Mr*. Frames Cater and .
honked dponrated In green. and whit. Mra Sarah A Martin represented '
mod opened hem inr all to we Royal 1'olnclonu Grove. Woodmen'st9rrle. The RlrlK un.\\11 roll mil l\ I e u ,, ;

In the (rnmi>n and "Wilt. Mr., at the Joint district merlin trlllnir whether or I" t the' hod.hu" ,

1'd|. INilmx, Air t' E Pope of hold l with Alluiniltah Camp In Miami their "'Iulrew..km.kllllf| < trtlhe : :

-J,nlli Ulnml and l 101.... Paul Ixwncrwon July ..14Mrs. ..-- nnd how many times tin> : JI SJmuU' t:
,...,, .
the take, coffee ..nd11I"'h had leaned their "' *
i>il I'* n. Martin, attendant, and MnCnker .1ld
Our andgnmrnt fin neXt week I 1.1 I 7'tS QUICK IUllfllt
were iwvpdl'i ahaplala i wwlMed In the Inltlittlon
wnaeuT Maser ;;!
M.nt were' Mr and M.... C. M of fourteen candidates for to nltl.P tww vegetable iHnhi-H 'l'n.1 ( ..
Cain of Miami tin C H. Hhaw memos mhlp In the order. first your girls most have tin li i' \L'11rr

..I.... Pop 11.... Herbert Rbaney of A banquet wa served at 4:10 and I apron and rape nmpletnl Tin ;

Mian*. III.... Perkln. It... Loaner this wa followed fcy a program and _lid year girls must have then I

Mrs. Oeo. Murray, M... David Fnd- dunce. emblems and dmrnm half finished I

rick and Miss Pearl Wtiluk A feature Pt the oU l.'. afteraoon ; The other girls must have two art SUCH A

Thom lending gifts wow: Mr*. PI'OllTAl1a radio address by I Glee flnlahed They must bring a SAY

J. u Burton, Mr*. Mary Ttieu, Mrs Mr*. Dora Alexander Talley national I yard of voile or com kind of thin COOL SOOTHING RELIEF

E A Buchanan and M.... Max. low president, who was speaking at material and an embroidery fey ool-kys t* benls, Heating ia... SAVES YOUR
n.... the national convention of the order and thread to learn to _
putMdsily ado hot.....Toe two-
In .....10. !. New Tork.Mr they mutt bring the work lleedl'j Hat riiSMn tr41 U4 M........ joy hiUnadir FROCKS BECAUSE IT ISNONGREAST

MUM AIJCR DAVIS IN *. Talley, who I* sold by mad front cigar boxes back (iMath sts4) Bkertsf CNU.

SURPRISED ON BIRTflDAT I ber of th* lodge to be the m.1 td. II',....-....r II bases braes Try L
highest salaried woman Dimple Turner Ian a
HIM Alice Davis, daughter of .ook* en "New Style In Service." lion on open face emonatra'i Lavender 01CCrt.
Mr and Mra lam J. Davis, wu glv.to .I (.tholal..J) GYPSY
ft
she ha, she *sold l. her travel of wIchM. She gave away *
a delightful larprta at hr boors fifteen thousand aIIw>n thirty-nine of* bread which the following, girls SHAVING I
Br
on Farm Life School road Monday: I IOeronfmo
40C
Martin Charlotte I
state attending state convention won: Tfeniema $& CREAM
evening when three car stopped la CREAM
due the tint of March, noticed anew ROM Sheila Teresa
front K The hour and the occupants NOUN
Bbe Redd Katherine OrfancdM.Laola .
eourago has, aha itated tnd i
earn In shouting "Happy and PriacllUi Tread
talked Ie hundred at women In Little
I Birthday", every walk of life, and found them gave a yard beautification demon
i Among the gift brought was athree COLD \
stration.
publlo .
more Interested In affair,
I layer birthday cake from Mrs
Robertson and Loubelt
Fern
more willing to a.uwme their shareof
I 1 K Close with Min Alice' nun npon tbihir than ever before."Good donned gave a demonstration on PLATE LUNCH
outlined In randlwi Games wereptajpil
.
government .la merely goodhowekeepl porch ImprovementNext
I
l after the birthday package .... week Ruth Dad on. Kather.
b
**, "tf were
tied been opened. to have a representative format ins Orfanedee and Kath.rln.V1I.- Just the thing at noon these hot
Present beilum II,. and Mra
110._. Ruth DodeonI
Urns
Virnnmt te this oounuy we are
I Davit and Min Alice were: Mn J. own ran It alHdtoatlr. Th rewomriMHtr going to give a demonstration In days for the mid-day
.\. M..II.IO. Mrs Chester Keild MM.MRmey .
at taarntatr M ran It effldemly yard improvement.
Mm Clone. Mix Mary MeXelll -
raM upon women M much The bent folders were mode bj I pick-up
MI..... Mildred, Margaret and
Mildred Roams and
a* upon .... Ruth Doileon

and Union Mary ricl n.I: ::.M'haM.7: I The nM district meeting It was Eloise Ooanmon. 11.\I\I
decided, WIll be hU Tuesday. Heptt Beatrice Arnold gave a talk
(Olhh. Mien kilos Booth Milo Helen | at H.. Bird road, Coconut council rtvrmentatlvF I!
Hradtoy. Mir Malta Nuke Miss I Orove. Rachel Gorman gave a demon-1 I TilE Dixie Drug
L....IA LIttle, Visa Davis,
!
atratlon of the stuffing of date, and
Mean .
Marjorie Redd. Marjorie "- ........
Paul Louise Bo&rMa gT a demonstration
Davis and Johnnie [Jt$. The Calendar on the stet ing of eggs. Your Rexall StoreCountry

Rachel OoMmaa Louise Barn.
MRS' BK10: 1>'RHH CITES; and Mildred Ream war hoal_.. :

IIWImnsn.fARtY KOK (L.4S.HA Idea Aug Wayne'-Aretwe CMkhtaAug club meeting with They served punch and cake c; .ul !IStrn1mi'Mtl. iIJ}: lJ.Bnl'1l1111ol)1eslEad

-.t.. nll rlrtI.w.. given fcvMra c TheM present war: Mn Cartoon I'
Turner and Beatrice Arnold
here Webb for her Homestead -W M. 8. business meeting Dimples
MUhodlet Church Sunday School' In church. from the effloe: Margaret Delaney
Rachel, Norma and Blots' i
rises M the municipal swimming I Aa,. f-4>glon Auxiliary covered Gorman Annabell and Teresa'
pool \\etlnmkty dish tunohMn with :Mr*. W. H. !
I Redd, M vls Watts. Fern Robertson
RandwIrbM and punuh wow en- BhelHeld I* Florida City M 11lock. I IDoIIaon.
Loubell and Ooldla Orennoll Ruth
toyed at X.... "'.h"'. home Bfler- .'. '
Merle'. i
wurd.CUM. d Nelllema Martin.
members present wan: MlM Aug II..Woman'* Club of<< Homestead Jenkins Elisabeth Katherine and :

Martha Class, Mba Alta \Vbt.r'l study elM meeting with MlM I Club

Miss Elaine. Tlheney ) Jennie Lobdell at I p. m.

Pearl Vueh. Ube Naomi Davis. Mia .. 10-Joint W. M. 8. circle OUR NE'VEUGENE
I NeUa Baula. Mta Geraldine Haiti, meeting In church
and Mir Helen' Bradley WAVE
ftept l>-Redland Horn Demon- I Special Dance '

Mratk due meeting: I. Woman'
.... GIRLS GIVE TALKSAT MACHINE
Club of the Bedland at IU a. m.

An PRINCETON open face sandwich MEETING demonetra Sept It-HooiMtead Horn Dera- I* equipped: with vettnwtor and I Orchestra and Entertainment

nitration matting "in Neva King time cloth t* base safety: and :
hot was given ty Miss Dimple Turner -
CDoper school at 110: p. m. quality were In the followingatjvlMI
of the Dad Alumnae : i and
U- Every Thursday
Club at tot the Frtrw|I Dept t -frlneeton Horn

tort Horn Demonstration Club at MwtraUon Club meeting with EUGENIC ;
the home al Mra. A. W UcVfckev on''lA.I W McVkker, at 110.: Jeaa.1 CROQUGNOLKCOMBIN I .. Saturday Night

SPIRAL


THERMIQUE $7.50-$6.50-45-41.50.\TIOX Admission 50c per PersonNo


TUB IlKATtRLtSS METHOD OF PERMANENT WAVING Operator ef Beauty Parlor ( charge other nights)

MISS LILT BROWNlush's

Croqugnole; Spiral Combination a $6 $7 Stay as long as you, like

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Stv.OPLEBS OIL SHAMPOO HAND 4Kb ARM MASSAGE Barber Shop : o Spend as little as you please

BCALP MASSAGE FACIAL MASSAGE I

I I MANICURING rINGER WAVBaany *tyl*--I0oPit's ANDBeauty

b Beauty: Parlor Parlor ::1 Dining Room Always Open '

Our chicken dinners are the talk of the town
Serial Floor Horse Bldg. Phone U"R i 10 NORTH KRO.ME AYR. il





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>, August 2, 1935. THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Paw Nine

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J scout pntrttmLgo to our rhmalj'f I sin etatwe left hand lea' a warm Brest ,
1 illiV I m shrine It will fulfill one of the l handclasp without reserve After
h"s. uMltttI a .c Moir 'Aa.eei.aduberTo = a.Igr tor aim overr.aeireths nnmonm
iy tribute to the greatness 01 Jamboree camp Will feel himself 14
Washington by a visit to the horn member of a large family U<. will
xnNcr1MlJ he loved I taste the excitement of rubbing
shoulder with thirty thowaand brother
Coming from all part of the t'nlt.eel
Y. Stats aoMits and scooters win scouts and teal..leg that through
oat our vM country the scout spirit
:I
BjSjtMwllr worn to use the opportxmMy
In file tmsjie The scouting technique
to visit th* more Important pre i
may vary a Mile In the ,llfferent -
ernmenl buMdiagB. museums collection '
localities. a* he will fin I as
,
and so forth A* will be I 1
he hikes ar.ntsd--but In Ideas. tU J.
readily seen to let loo** upon tkocity
without snouts are a Ml*. '11 S
plan thirty thousandscouts !
I bent upon light-seeing would By visiting the camp of other
result la few of them seeing any. Jamboree creeps very; scout wDIpick
J till.., T* take cars of this sltua .us avastameuM of new know
MOD the dF of Washington has,, edge of MUUng fsneUatf Kvef*
pen divided InW.W# son** with when tb** wttt bo leason In campcraftirtamboner
a hike tour elMtiteV for tack .f troop will
f r F ,N them The tour will be assignedto have demonstrated Ire mumlnattot
",IrTSJUI4IS the various regions In dally relation and tresses hThere will be -
i114ff.TNOiiS' and wfU Mite ft posslUo for ten of every typo and description,
IKIIA I1TQ 1'101. .4- each scout to visit the Washington whole Indian or pioneer village,
4' c 0" Monument the Whit House different camp kitchen., and any
1 rsaesrfsoAIL rounds, the CapItol. the bureau of number of temp gadget and gat*.
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printing and engraving. the Smithsonian ways.
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Institution the New National In every troop camp on certain
Museum with Undberih plan I hour during the day there will b*
and the multitude of other point of I routs doing things. showing special
ON X4'e OUTS/OS Intereithlca h* bas his heart set activities peculiar to their locality
TN6 eu/T upon seeing I such as rope spinning, whip
Then trip trill be mad a* desired ,I cracking, pack basket making re.hearsal .
In troop group by the II<'OUI8': fur Indian dances fir I 101.1
on tool accompanied by a scout links' pmtmnls During the Jutt-
guide furnished by the District of i horN .every Ol'OlIt'Ilt hall' n banes
CASNIPV50 ) Columbia Council from among Hi to display his special nl"llftlrn and
.mMMI. I to learn the dexterities of ,.tns."'
There will he many a moo I idra to
In each of the t..nly..ht Pow-
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dons of the Jamboree ramp there I
I Hill be H large exhibition tent In troop!
which will be displayed the scout I These features of till Jnml' 'n,' .1 l,>
work of all the respective region", not stop ultk the rioting 01 th*
I Thin Kill be Sjcoutrraft modeUi. riunp Oil the Military! fli'lld.j
romp equipment. merit badge dl*. ships create)I in \\n.hin,,i"n i my
r pays. photographs of uutstMMlInc actlvlties lie coined, m fir )KIIIT 10 cons.. .11\,1,I Inu
i and much more preparedIj oiitliiK knowledge gnlm.l I m w
the different local councils Mil benefit the llvei of It.oo"11.1 I''?vi
I sent to Washington or carried thereby In every corner of our count i I'm i ivliled 'm-
l heir delegatesnosldes the ixout who Are 11 ky
I In the National Jamboree. enough to V present at our Fleet

I . ... .. . headquarters there will be two large National Jamboree catch Hn 1Io.t| I
-. -s .,. ..." .,. ,tic""yr''''''" I tents containing the national exhtMta and carry horn its message

Of all the prehistoric mammals that The fruit of the CASHEW, which is re- Her will be unfolded Is
inhabited Florida there were none lated to the mango, is of unusual and picture and models and pedal displays The \local troop la continuing ti

I' spectacular than the powerful striking appearance. Its fleshy portion I through the a history quarter of of our* century movement I soil cold drink at the ball II.in'r*.

.TOOTH TIGUR which existed is a bright yellow or red, about three Most of the above mentioned arUvltlea We appreciate your pntroniiit. M'>
: the please ,1<>II't forget to buy told 'rI
Pleistocene lee
or Age inches long and known as the fruit stalk. may be definitely scheduledfor
it vanished from the earth thouThe kidney-shaped seed, the true fruit, is time. and place. but possibly the I drinks at. _the ball gem**._ _
nda of years ago, fossil remains from attached to the outside, pendant fashion, strut Important feature of the Jam
widely separated localities have enabled and called the cashew nut. Both are bare cannot be thus oeh..rullld-II Awful!

scientists to assemble with accuracy, its edible, but the nut should never be eaten ; will b* coins OR all the time and ,\ lutl.1 d a put,II! tit lilt'Ill'
"(Original appearance. The most distineunless roasted. While the Cashew Is everywhere examination, "Whul was th.- eta, .t
tive feature of the saber-tooth tiger was rarely found in Florida, bearing trees We refer to the visiting of scoutsIn the Phartoeea1'Bating "

Sts great stabbing, scimiter-like teeth demonstrate its adaptability to the protected each ntb...'. camp-walking camels, mumreplied 'IU"". key
which protruded from the upper jaw regions of the state It is an ever.tight I' the around making bv buddies of friendshipsEvery or patrols. and the child. ,

J inches or more in length, green, and native of tropical America. scout at the Jamboree will (She had rend that Ph ," t-ens
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...... sight-seeing trip by but which 11'1111 i! troop. With every troop there will brother. with a months and an out- /"mole."lEx.WANTED.

f.--- entry all Jamboree scouts on an bea competent profeulonala h. .
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-" -....-- This tour will take place during the explain all Item of Interest along
Ie work I wish to take excerpts early day of the Jamboree *o that the route
!$ the monthly magazine SCO at. each scout mar Immediately lot a Aim Included In the Jamboreefee
ttg_published by the Boy Scouts of real and complete Impression. of our I is a visit to George Washington I :
!narks. These quotation. will national capital and become familiar horn at Mount Vernon On tarn
|'''',)'ou m Idea of what the forth- with the layout of the city and Its excursion steamer the Jamboree
: lug National Jamboree li to be most outstanding feature contingent will be taken from the'
The trip I* scheduled a* a nonHop capital down the historical Potomac I

tour In large *7.u Each' bus I River. I 100 NEW CUSTOMERSto
..!i the Jamboree tee I) Included a will accommodate one Jamboree This trip has been planned a* a
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E. L. Murdock, proprietor of a leading ready-to-wear storeat

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day. August 2,1935. LEADER ENTERPRISE rage Eleven


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lethe Churches I r Toung avenue people Men lyceum Bible at Tai claaa p.and m.!i CLASSIFIED ADS

beating by Dr J. Cart tlubaon al I II II

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I to. by the Rev Made Uabeoo.COMMfMTY ; RATA Ftret IneerUon Saline.141 a line aubeaouaiit Inaertkraa,


BAPTIST EPJ COPAm.M. : MIN-8 BIBLE i .
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I lead. -- fha R.y. C. N. John -tOI 8. Reams are- CUss
White Stone M. E Church ...1101- FOR RE1Y1 MISCELLANEOUS
05. paator Sunday School atI. Due Homaatead Ulnlatar IIIellar. I I

m P reaching at 11 a. rKlp.ro ... the Re*, 0 R. Palmar tot. -Jteeta each Sunday at 141: a.m Wit WCNT-y irnlahad Apia' uri. I RELIABLE WATCH KKPAIRINO
Von-denomuwUonal.
8TPUat7pm. UU N B First :Miami IntaraavUonal ,
Wood Arrrde
avenue ; W H. tloCrary
laaaona uaed Those not vote bath anal ....... Mra .1.
Wednesday lay reader Joa., th QauianaHomaataad. I '
I; Prayer services | Nlddd. )
Second Sunday each landing other Sunday schools D. ilytatnFOR I PIANO TUNING and repalrln ,y, .
churches cordially Invlt .. seed for sale rhea {I
month corporate ooramunlaa for at'l MH'I'-two atone, formerly Good piano **
Morning acrmimi "The W. B. 111 N. W. led MHEMBTITCRDm
1I1f. 4- montB holy communion I a. m NONDENOMINATIONAL KteMe Market One stare includes Koon

0<' of our Relationship to Last Sunday each month, service rR\\KR SERVICE<< .tarn back mm. running winter.l (plain
"; evening ",",lOn: "The and sermon, T:to All other l
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.. p. : Smaller more suitable fur elk'''' white wall.Singer .
Our Lonfi Return"ag Bible study and prayer aervloeiconducted 1 : you
mte of IUDd.,.. service Ham. Sunday room etc Plenty of 'light and
tilt Rev. H. D. of I pawing machlnee and *
by Berg
D.T.P.C. willare
\ 7.-Senior school every Sunday at ':45 a. m. air In batft. 0..e Mra K\a (OulUn.
charge of prayer sorely Wednesday before fourth Sunday of Miami at home of bfra. a I. Oault palra. RIM Wm. H. Bottles

11I"-11101 I Itev. Noah Peterson: Women Auxiliary every Friday at I p. ... I! FOR IHINTMr tool furnishedsecond" I II across from r. B. C. etetlon

story east apt, private I
itor. lJuntlllY "school at 10 a 11I.1; LEGAL I REAL ESTATE
EVANGELICAL LITIIERANSt NOTICESIn bath reaaanable API ly Western _
is.chlnl 11 and 7:10 m;' I'
U a m p. .I..hnlIedland.I The Rev Deo.M Inlon JoHtn)
a. 6:11 I: p. m Prayer ser7:1o I Ceeittr Jwlne tart Dads Caanoy> REAL B8TATB-Thoaa who want
1.l.U. Path. pa.tor. Sunday school I each F......... Nw ..4.. to buy or tall Radioed nteltct
; 1?. m. vvedneiday Sunday at 10 .i. m English service Re Homo et News Uaa ao... Pmni4.NMlce FOR Rk-NT--furnished iwrtmenta
( Intention. M M.lit AnlleeUealor real. estate win Sad upto.iaaMetlnga
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1)1'. J. B. Tower llomaaltad, Fla'
CATHOLIC on first Sunday of etch month at ]
Find DWIiineMoUee In our etrk. Many ol
I'. m. and Oerllllln service on third Church of the Sacred Heart- ear ftael report and Million toe final Mi.okefa there listings are Mill at nub nos.
Sunday at t i>. toMETHODIST ai Administrator C T.A. ef Me e>- ... Ve shall rerUlaeither
E. Second avenue. Homestead; the' FOR m'STNI' aixi 'tn unt. vary mal pl.k' epi
late at Non King < : limn* sadthat
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!e.. Alfred McDonald. paator 8uu LPtsroPiL ea Uw Uth dw .t"r.r.: ..., ItM I will convenient tor KMibein 111 N. 1 your Inquiries' or your listings
I .Nbr to qy Honorable w. 7 nil nf which will have o ifbaa
? mass at 9 a. m; week W. 4th at (Jyt() .
y Florida City Community rburrb c-ty J.ted1N 01 Dade Censer II""I I I attention. Now I I. lie trie
: visas at 7:41 dally Sunday o".1 d Maid final report an d
I Saturday, t a. m Sunday \ tho! I;ev. M A. JSoiwr paitor BunI ......... :d= Jt'.. FOR SALE il to bn H W. Morris. now anuiel.atwl .

9 'clock tq school at '38 a m areaabiBf; -= if S ,I with 11 A. ('Amor"n. N W.
Root Sunday allowing o I ; : :: .- .
it 10 a. m 110: p Church s1A' S I tot 'I. In Cltlaena U.nkII.la..
( UIII01l for women the FOR !AI.B--1-r.ultry netting: 1.,1.1 1ixl
I light. Wednesday at 7:HORfUland (July 16. 11. HI Attla ., hone 72 I"I nil I )
rat flue tar '>f I'nontb.for; men and wire. *pr'"I fall! .: lift Nile; _

piyt' the second Sunday of monthly tomiiiunlly ('IIUft'Ith. N.1Ice N.- .I.of Kemp AepiMaiee 111-',,",fee,' D.Tan W. .Dad......I I nifWliiK mHchlne and UM. I hoar \ At'KF.\fjrTAir6ROCHAltl \ F.IJ

hour first Friday of month I n.v. M. A. Soper. uaator Sunday holder ea anilanM. of Maker'a HnWswf ilia. tow. M. M. Vtcvxi. Mover Palmdrive .I:H I. BROOKE apnli "", I* "
Mesa first Friday trick Tea Salo. Crrllflcalae Numbered 11Mil near Black Inlnt (H !.16i I
119: n m achoolM lo; Prf&ehIH at y. Church doled too of JttW. O Rellanda properilrePurrhaaere u
JIQ ;a. m. Benediction of the it 7:10. IMt,-r.. filed: said. 7&r.;: '"Vj*; i are In MIAMI", list
Nlglttr.Thu6I .y
f/ea sad ... m.. Tan Fair HAU9-! -Oelco lighting. plant
teased eminent after mau teed to .ice, thereon Tileawmtanco with with tank and automatic with I broker you know te be a
METHODIST FUtCOFlt SOt rH .law Raid Ortlfkaua embrace the fel pump BOOSTER
HEDLAND9
TIM first Friday of the month lowing! eVaerlbfd Bivpntr allnaUd la Dade i Hood repair. $46. Wayne POalklne .
dotting iiuiimrr name will ba r teIbreted White. Stone Church- Hometeai Count Florida, ...-..... N. Krome Avo (pal Send your Haling will, legM "leacr'ntlon -
the Rat. A. A. Kee.tllne. i>ai" iL; I. Block '. Uhwarne. Point PlatBoo of land price. irrmi. ele.4
at 7:44 a. lib Tim 11o1) 14, Pan M. la the Oeonl* of Dade. ---
Hour sill be discontinued until tor. Sunday school at '.'0 a. m. stated Florida. aa minuend In C rtlflcale ,I I M JWO() IIiEDU.OO: per hundred bend posted and I will call or give

preaching at 11 a. m and I p. Mo 266. The e Maani.nt of mid Jungle Grove Radiated road full ormatlon to J. R. IDltk: )
October. property wader the wild CerUftoeta hosed I
m. Junior League at J:JO p. m was In the name ef Unknown I I and Hummer drive. (Jyt-aSI, Brooks, Homeetead,
Lot I. Black '. Blacarne. Point, Plat
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE HI League at 5 4J p. m.; Senior CHARLkJI I. BROOKS
Book 14. ran U. In the County ef Dale
andBta League at t:It p. n Prayer meetIng State of Florida, iamb r.c.d In Cerllfl.ento I LOST III N. a First 81. Miami
Phesida City. -Broadway No. let The apeMnwnl of used I.I with South Atlantic Mortgage Ca
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street Sunday school tIt p. property ......, UM used CenUtoeM Mead
waa In the name of UnknownUnlaaa -Dlamnnil setting of a rlnl.I ..
41 a. n. for pupils under it yean Palm Community Church- need OrtirtooUe. ....11 ea retinaed offered II.... c. h*. Walk xrmwewaeewa.ae" .new
fats morning service at 11fVcJock. MooHIni la lav tax W4 will banetlwreoa rW"4:
The Rev H. O Oowan. paator ea UM I4ta ear of AWTOM A. D. MilkFedFryersFRESH
Wednesday evening aerftrkaa Sunday school every Sunday at 10 1.1. I
which Include testimonials of posed Mile KXh ear of Inly A. B. IMIB the Mid Certificate rand Was In the name Cer1J.ratf40Mt
a, m.; preaching services OB tint a LKATHERMAN Clerk of Clr. ef II... Cloud. Unless Mid Oorttflrale halt
hosing and _experlencee and rf third and fifth Sundays at 11 a. m. suit Cart Dodo Countr rlorlda. be tnanimad eimalna Ie law tee dead EGGS'
misfile on Cbrtttlan Sclanca I p. Se.ike By M O. ._.. D. C.CI..t will tone toeless ea the 14th. day ef Aw FEED BACKS
and'p.m. Court Baal.Jiilr A D. IMI
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+ public X cordially Invited M atCWRCH ( It It. Rd-; Awe I. I) I DoW'this Illth day of July A. D.. less. Un. C. w. MilwaaiJ

tend. METHODIST, FREE K. LKATHKRMAN: Chirk of Clr. N. B Side SU
A \ I, Notice ef AppHraUaa fee Tee Dad I& & Court, Dwde County. FlorMarf ..
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holder aa moisture of City of Miami Senate Court am.
paator Sunday school, I It pn Tax OertlflcaU NumkarMl 146, dated theInd Outer '1, U H. AUII' .. III.
..jneatMeV Corner of Avenue preaching 110 and I p. met day of June. A D. lt.*. hu filed MMr I.
street T J. Hunton ; rUftoaU la nt effloo end kae a>ad> apnlloatloai MM Clrnll. Cases. of Ike Klneatk *....
I sod Filth young people meeting. T11: : for Ul d.e4 M kwyo threes Deal ClrowM af .-.. .. o4 far Dodo
htMUr, Bible study at 10 a. Junior meeting I JO Tuesday; prayer In aMordanne with law aW OitUhateembraoaa c..." la Chasse. No.' IM4*. Let Us
fenowehlp and the '.110"rlna dmI,ibd. prepay' HAROLD CHMCNWALD Plaintiff ...
sly communion, meeting T p. m Thursday.PENTEDOSTAb. attuatad In Dado County Florida. ttwttt W. It. DUNKMAN. MAX i. GREEN WALD
preachind at 11 a, m.; preaching at Lot II. Stock, HlaanitM Joint Hotna 1 end aUYDI L. GRKLNWAU his wife RejuvenateYour
meeting WtdnaaW a subdivision of Oorarnmont Low I and OofenoaniaFororlaeare
I It Prayer
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t and a cart of the Northwest Quarter ef Tea CortlflratoaNOTIt
| at 7:30 p. m.cirencHorooo. Gonlde.-Fev. C. C. fianibergerpaetor of Fractional Section I. eU In Township I 'S OF MAITIR- SALE Car
It South Range 41 Bait Recorded In Hotloe la hereby aim that under and er
Sunday School at ':U. Plat Hook 14' Pan M' Peddle Reverse of I .uth.rly the Final d F.nrl..an
Dads County Florna. la the City of Mtami :: : : : .
Preaching at 11 a. m and f.It pn. road the "' Vier a Tbsmp.Dow.
d-tOI If. W. FwatJlvil B aek, County ef lIMo, elate of ono ef the Jadm of the Cli ol Court Wood Work
jeat .
Young people meeting at I Itp F_ of the EUvontk. Judlclnl Circuit of Florida
Rev Oeo Lorton, paator m. Ladlea Prayer Circle Tuea- The eiaaamnnl ef aaM properly undorCerUflente Is and for Dade County. ea the lath day Fender
Repairs
9:46 m.; praaebI .lasted was In ofKathm vi ....... .. ,. 111I4. N that -is Body,
Sandal school at S. J.10 m. Midweek prayer U : I I
flay at p. A RoMneoo iF oa_ in aaie Court tending la Which Har
at U a. ra, and 110: p. m; Sen service Thursday at T:10 p. B.i eau .hall be esdew.d .. law, old Groonwald n> eonvlaiannt. and W B. Tops and Trimming:
A 0 O, Society 0:10 p. m; 1IWmedlata but dead will tone tkoraoa ea tile I4tk day J I iknun. Sees J. OrnaawaM. and Sadye L.:
fat of August, A. D, IHI. Greenwald. hh wife are wtfoadanta. I eaBvoolnl Scat Covers
a la parsonage i PRESBYTERIAN ('Ht'aCHH'ta..JCrom. el A. D.. leMB. .
v C O O I Dated thin iota dar Jub7 Maalae In Chanearr Denseness kr

I* JO p. m: primary C, O O B. la I avenue at N. .. B Gout LEATHERAN Dado Clark. FlarMn.af ClrtuK to UM the Court order la sold of then...Court.. end em aba. .Ul toast day of PaintingArt's t

personage (:II p. m. Midweek i llih street. Sunday School at 10 5..l. H. RCwnu*l."'" D 0 July HU, _me e raaale thereof whoreIn -
T 110 m. We* C....... Court nnoW and lip virtue, af the tsar ........
service at p ,
9fayet a. m: preaching at 11 a m. July It. It Ml Aw I. tl will offer for n>la end Mil at nuelle. -Urte >
JMadayjctimni. the highest end hant kidder foe eaak at Paint Shop
.. 4-Sermon at It a'chirk N.... ef Application. for Tai D dNoti the louth front done of the Court Mow
or THE NAZARENE M Shoat ",. le hmby eifea tile Thwfarae at Dnoe Covntr. la th CHy of Miami, rtor
the R..Kevin paatorof
by Bally Molder M naalenoe of City of Mum. Ida, the '
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oe dar a Augur A. D. loss. Ml N. KROME A> K.THE .
iHemeatead Bar Howard Coral tiabka; Presbyterian load Ta< Cmlflcaw Numbered. MM, ....- hHweoa the hoara of ekrroa o'elork A Mnnd .
-Tha
iekel, pastor-, Sunday school at Church who was railed to that ed the filed Itk Mid day.af I'A.: ,..D.:...IMT.kM sethas heal two sake elock ear P.lfil..the boon new the Ulna I bnl e l

Jl 41 preaching at II a. m and church. from Cincinnati last year made application foe U. dead to houetharoon ban of .mss the following. doaerlbod. property )f
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' 10 p. m; N T P S. and Juolourtlnf SPIRITUALIST TEMPLE OF CortUlcate embrace the following .do- wit,
.eMbd property. situated I. Veda Coat. .
Prayer meat "Lot 14 of Bloak 71 Oeaii Banch Ad.dltlon
at: 11: p m TRUTH Florid. ......1" Mo.' I. lIMo Count Florida
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g Wednesday evening t:It. Lot U. Block .. Rodman Park. I. 1M will appear train Plat Hook t. pan 11. '
Honretceul branch o* Miami City rot R--. County of Dade.Flocks. oeonla ef Dada County FlerMa."
I State of The Dow nearer, na eforaaaM toa"Uioe
of Truth la
Spiritual Temple TIM ..atrm.nt tit .W erep..y snd.r with all the tanonionW, aoroaltamonu nadepnurtonaiMai p

thomnbt htlooitaa. er In
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)R.M.A.BERGERDentist said __.
Dated this ath dar nf July. A. D lilt.
JAMES W. rRlTCHARDIponlal .
llaatn U Cheney,
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Doctor Cheney with toe mm WM tttt from Church of the Naioren R : I native etook. Maay aay ,
I Dr. Perrine Murdered by Indians Pvrrlna wen a dreamer, his plan Fort Denise to wreak ____I at 1.41, under Abe Sponsorship ,
II ImpraoMaaM but every material The carp wa captured and five of of the Vfonuur Mlaaloiiary .Society
On Lonely Key Nearly 100 Years Ago thing we bate today originated la a the warrior, Including Chaklka.!'I'ftBBouooM Mr*. U. nickel praetdaftf" >',t
dream. loss years ago one wrote war killed Red tit bodied of fee* of the auclety."Thee "

(Continue fteta Pac '!'!Nit of "** *<. They wr enclosed ta a. Taw yookc nan ban aaa vision, tittles wart huaata Ma tier *..1 I' Mlarianarla are aoanf eH it,
concluded the Indians hud vtattwi box and hurled In Usa Parrhta cordials and UM oM mea share dream aM OM slayer of Chaklka took b. year la tM sunrise K..cIom..1II i ,
the 10"all4 murdered the crew. on Lower Mataewnb Kay mdw ta* dreama." scalp. I will interest you a* they relate their, ,: ,

Then key decided tt ateer for UMulf broad tpraadlnf leaves. of the It waa not the IJMDllIdleu A red aaore, a white. naHcr wonderful experience la that oriNl. \. :-

StrMm. hoping te be picked up Ata>* Rlaalana who visited todlaa ICe, that night Quo VadlaT I I al afeak country and Sing.Don't All fall are to hear Invited.than" ,...i

tr liana .ee il before they, alawaA Later Doctor Parrlna'a b.n.i war ta August 1010. It...* a BpanlaboJjut.
At Jut, the schooner sent out a removed to palmyra* N. T. Then ChUa Chaklka. with Seventeen Anniversary Mass Is 1 'I
boat te help. It was two *>;lock they reel ta the family wvrylnfiround come loada of bas followers, Held for 3Ire. Owens i LEGAL NOTICES {
la the afternoon. They had bees under a monument Singularly .> H* killed six people that night. Tat II' Netts' .f AeeNesdam f. Toe reed "n '
I N.Um' 10 lower time Wet Rails prow.
through twelve long hour ot terror ..pproll'laeaIaaft totk other escapedone making their An aaaivaraary men wa cele- l.... teller a P.aawee Ton Gmuct me
and terrible suffering, they had not *farm at*broken aahMtla trM- way to Mataeumba. Chaklka and braced Wednesday at Sacred I Numbered STTt. date the tth der W Aer.eea .
art courage, they had not abed a and btnaath It a slab .a Ml hie his men murdered sacked the atona Heart Church for ra.the Gertrude:, ter A.sutra D. tort aaj Its ins riled swill mid_Corttfbate 1_ for jig )
I"". But when they know they nama aad fame and applied the torch It to amid Owen by the .... Alfred McDonald tee lad alow thieves is o-N.ww
with .... M4. a.tul..ae s.eenae the
were safe th* can trapped Worn la Florida Doctor Perrln needs here wee a revenue T- belie. paator. Th member of UM following de.athd. property, ewtlad la ,:
their hands and sitting on the bot. Inc to the Florida Squadron la tie Sacred Heart Society were, Instrumental Dom Crtr..yk.br, to-vita
no marble ahaft. Here ill 4 living aI ...J I* In
Lou t-t M I Jl n.
tom of the beat they wept blessed memorial. the Afava Slatbuia this harbor. CbakJka found a six pauadr In commemorating th* anntvenary Ilk .. H....,... ..... rut...* I*, fern j
tears at relief Thor drifted with plant h* Introduced Into this land and exchanged: shots with the aurlne > of the death Mr*. Owen, II Ia.eel ta p 1 4i Cn V. **<. at

the tide oath tM boat overtook th m.Tbea. and which aa* day ha ....plltalo TM FluMa.are.r-e.t d mid 1 _..-, vadoo "."' ,
far Uw first Urn, they r*. board who was a leader In tile church.Missionaries n- C tlrk.t. red w- oil
Ma children would .
grad are growlog ".._ UnNr mid-covisliewle show
all*** their .aarty faked mndUlon.Hrary wild. Ha knew ......., b* With their loot the Indies IBaroly !*. be M..nd _boo is ..... re dad
wa entirely Baked having ..*... It doer grew wild along the paddled. away northward andescaped to Japan will law _. on We lete..y d Aug'
,
D. "'"
take e. .... ahlrt t* MO for a flag Florida east .... a* far north a.T.ua Into Shark Hirer.h Will Speak Here SundayA .e4 Dated A.this letk 4r .. **>,.. *. D. teas t
So .. UATHeKMAN Clerk .. Clrmk >
I distress M a signal la any pear
had to Some to the Florida December 1I4, after the ana* C.bade CouMT. rhHte.
tag .-. Sash tm had .o her Key to find algal plants U replant seers awma of the loot ... discovered party of mlaetonarte from Japan C- berme. B. C.
sight p_. Catching eight at a where dlaeaa had wiped out their lit Chaklkal _Po Colonel will pak at the Honteetud Cheek J-to.( : Aw Lei ;,
ron ot aoqulo set IB the corner -

of the boat. .,.... I'wri.iaM for I 14,1141111111[ill Illifill Ill IF Ill IF Ifil Fill I III IIIIII IIIII Ii III Mill IM I lillulli..gijliiijiiiiiiii1tillI MUMMA IIUII IMF It"iliiii 1111111111 I4j1lAIj III Wil IIIII IF Ilill III Ill)I I I '"IMIllill I Ill 11"il
It. and tearing H la two. wrapped New Maine Irish Swift's Brookfield 4
CM piece about herself and gave the
aether M Beets Just M tile Captain PotatoesIQlbs. '
and UM two near* aaflora !. DM row butterM
out boat cam* along aid* and ara--
fully and tenderly helped them on
:
board. On el the MINMB Mid :Ifc
.----- n2 7C
"Ob. doat cry. .,a.,. don't cry - .
lea are safe BOW JoIIu,. Don't cry." : PRINTS '
Old Irish
Whoa Ua Tropical Florida Plant .
Company wu argaalied Doctor r.r- Potatoes1loibs. Any Cut Georgia Beef \: r
fine wall Braaldent Mol Charles flood-
year was vloe-preldeat It.... a Steaks

Clammed that Charlie Goodyear wa : -- --14c: i-I
.
m Indian Ky the sight tit the mar Saturday Specials j
Mere and rived himself br biding ,I.
Golden Ripe 20c
IB the breaches ot a rubber trees lb. . . :

Dr. How, who ala lived on the Gulden Key : .
Wand and cared far the phmta ahla- : Bananas Georgia Beef Chuck : !M
pad t. by Dr. !Pwrtn wu friendly
with the ladlaaa a4 was spared MILK 10 tall cans S9c ROAST

Whey Veto.. I'W"'w 14 3llis.---- .lie ;
take ala tuaOt ta India Key h*
was given latter by the aortaryf '
New GeorgiaYams Canova or Royal ArmsCoffee i.
Crop lblb -17c
war, Jsel R. Pehmwt. affecting .------ .
the affloara of<< tile army and Navy] rtil
"to afford Doctor Prrln* and hi. Vacuum ZSc Sunlight Chee4 Ib. 1 e
family rtsre la their Packed "
SWISS
power, M any tfm, that WM eon h '.t
btat; with their duly ta Ibaartountry. PIMENTO ,
." Commander McLaughlin 5lbs.----I -1 C AO Good No.2'4canSPINACH Silver Floss No.2'2canSauerkraut AMERICAN -JJC.. '
when lie h4 Mra. Pmrrlno and ,
kr Non and two daughters had boom Lire. Head Crisp Iceberg ---15c lOc Georgia SmokedBACON :
rescued and wr blnc earad for a* !
the achoaB, at aawa offered. his ver
aI ta *Dover them wherever thy : Lettuce Phillip, Tomato can Cooking 3 Ib. pkg. y,

wanted U c.. H* offered to take
SOUP------5c FIGS -- -- 32c 49c teach
them directly ta Mw York feeling Ib . .. :. ,
thin wag hli duty. However Mrs tic
-- --- J
Prrina thought the avpodltlon Into : Great Northern 3 ibs. Sunburst No. 2% can
the lvergisdue ahauld nt be delayed ; :
and knowing a government Steamer PEARS 19c HAMBURGER'
MYLES SALT
BEANS-----19c -----
was la Miaul. asked only ta b. talc ; ;
en then and that ateaaar could
tarrY them on to It. AlucuaUna. % No. 2 can Rockwood 2-lb. can Ib.------.J.7c '
Hotter Parrlaa. whoa diary ra t Spkgs.---- .

Cords aa fully every detail ot the Blackberries10c COCOA - 25c Big JuicyFRANKFURTERS
Might at the maiapia and Oho Nur
flooding day, WON Only tl year old, Salmon ( e'r

The day Wfoa they began their return For All No 1 can Royal Gem 2 No.2 cans ;
Journal toN North, LJvuUiv '
ant Rodgers (afUrwarda Admiral PEACHES10c CORN - 25c = R
tall %Oc Ib.------l6c: :
pink
R4.*r > Welt Hooter sad bar bratk.at RQ
slow ta ladlaa Key boons they Q
bight acorn aoai* ttanentoes. Thy : Yellow or Green Ib. kg. Meal or 5 Ibs.
found aaaaa water soaked baokawhk.h CORN RAKES2pkgs. BULK LARD
: -iflc
are still treasured by thafafuDy SPLIT PEAS GRITS - -lSc :

swell asked allow, which tAll
:
.... late made rate spoons and gives I' .----ISCi Ib.------J:4c: .j
ta tha several mashers at the two
By. Mr. Hew had the pounds RICE Fancy 5 Ibs. 25C
5c Sizes N.B.C.Crackers.
raked and Sand all that was Mt at<< i SAUSAGE MEAT : :
.
acM rarrtaat ...... a thigh '
"on*, a ..w the and a portion at the r ,, ,


Jupiter*paper IID. Sad,Tbaaa ASIA.***ha the them had time into wrapped mm thai hand when ht a* .. 6 pkgs. -'"- 25C Prunes 2lbe' :kg.lSc 1b.-.- - .:IIC: : : i


Mrs Sonunen Father Saltine Daisy Cheeser. ; t

Dial la Murray, Ky. CrackersHb.pkg. Pillsbury' $ <<4
Flour I..a., ':
;: 2t Ibs. 23EC : ,
Th* tathar at X. B. Summers Ib ..- ,
Of BonwaaaU M Jay II In Hug -JL7c: :
ray 11:,.. coardlaaT In avid received

at bar of* ,HooMataad....... tram wba>>attvndad-. B. i. Dy-the ; Octagon Soap or Ballard'. New South 6 lb. bag - 25cCrisco Calf LiverPowder :

fusel .... awl airs, Manner Flour 12 lb. bag-----4ge ;
httt for Murray fraat Camp CkMi4bvHtt 1b.-------29t.

at ..--. Ala. 9* July ,l 241b. bag --- SSe
irks they 'rear..d ward that h* flAlX OR SELF RISING ;
had ......... an a..araUo*> far a.. 23CT. Sliced Ib.37cf. ff
= 10 small--- ;
e Armour's Veribest BACON - :

N.T. Laundry i
MaW .. Ill Mat NO. 41 ;
Cmed Beef Juice ,
AMERICAN LEGION SOAP Wekk's GrIpe

Mat* .H( sad tided Wedanaay '

-...-.. % I*ttoth Udaai Kr***,BMc Aro,, 12 cakes .:l,C.3 Ibs. -----S7C 2 cans -" quarts---.37c

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