The leader-enterprise
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00087294/00113
 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: February 26, 1937
Publication Date: -1941
Frequency: weekly
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 )
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: UF00087294:00113
 Related Items
Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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I : tes Hear How Markets CONCRETE WORK TO WIDEN : -:

I Were Created for Huge Crop Rfc VIADUCTS FOR AUTOSIS


: GRAPEFRUIT Homestead High's Native Mahogany SLATED FOR NEXT WEEK

f Furniture Exhibit Admired at FairAs

L SURPLUS NOW usual the genuine -Florida -In a real room. PRIZE AWARDS Matecumbe-Contract Duo

mahogany furniture turned out In this division la a Duncan
by pupils of Homestead High Phyffe dining table, hand carved. for Completion in May;

School's master craftsman, C. Hag- with chairs to match, the most ANNOUNCED AT Long Key, in Aug.
iIiILAiED let Rice. It attracting much attention outstanding set shown in this 'tar'l
f a aPublicity. at the Dad County Trop exhibit of shop work It was TROPICALFAIR NEW CONTRACTS LET

ical Fair. made by Buddy Fitzpatrick, son TOTALING
Mr. Rice's department has become of pioneers of the district, R H.

Director for, famous in furniture circles Fitzpatrick and Annie Msyhevr Partial List Received In Include 7-Mile
Long Key
of the United States and his pupilsare Fitzpatrick, prominent musician :
: Citrus Commission the only high school furniture I "This Is made of mahogany as Time for PublicationThis' Bridge and Remaining

f In Talk HereADVERTISING makers In the nation permitted by, all Duncan Phyffe furniture Week Water Gaps
the Mahogany Association of should be," said Mr. Rice. "It Is
.f DRIVE America; to affix to their pieces not known that Phyffe ever used The following awards had been
Pouring of concrete tnt will
,'i'-;'HELD the gold medal label of the association :any other wood In his shop Re. made tor entries In the Dade County : ...
RESPONSIBLE convert the 10-foot-wW viaducts
... :search has disclosed the fact that Tropical Fair at tha time of goIng -
of the abandoned oversea railroad
Every part of every mahogany 'Florida mahogany was undoubtedly to press:
Fact Into 20-foot-wtde bridges for the
Emphasized Florida piece is made of the original mahogany !' used by Phyffe In much of hilt Awards in the agricultural de- Oversee Highway to Key Westwill

Fruit Contain Fourth the Swietenla I mahogonl, work" partment, of which George Cooper start next week .n the two
( { More Juice which grows wild on the southern 'I Buddy has on display, also a ,is superintendent, were as follows: contracts which have been underway
.j '" ". .- tip of the mainland, the Cape Sable pair of rosewood twin beds with Individual Farm Exhibits at Lower Matecumbe nd

*'f Jlo''j market,has been created region' and on the Florida Keys. a bedside Ittablesto ma ch. Those August TBurrichter, lit, tlO.OO Long Key since Deo. 1.
11\ lipe tuvision of the loft<*nj !bed*._asfijKQtsUjLjtULjmlXJCQU* .
foT... fiuge surplus W Florida COTsMPS'Mrttt-Jnd&S! ."'"* n.'.wrtdltll AW'IIlbfWontracts :
tral opaee allotted to thevtnatsv Wood Cedijo ttti"iTotEtry! midI by
TtrfpenruK ibB4 Wson by the Boy WittenwiJer, Sid, ISO. totaling t,4Tt.MO wu announced
training exhibit are grouped a .4 .school boy, at rosewood is the
Florid*,Citrus: commission was revealc4 Individual Exhibits Monday by official of the
few bt the more handsome piecesto wood commonly associated with
'toJ the Jloll1e, '4 'flootat'l show how they would be seen kings and courts, said Mr. Rice. ;Roy Wittenwiler, hamper polebeans Public Works administration
Club Wednesday by Marvin H. This Honduran rosewpodiM'fVen let, $100 wlllch li financing the 11,000000
:Walk 9 reclo""Of publicity rotjlfil went hand tifhand yvfffl riehegall Warren Woods, lima beans leg I 1S+oject'icW4iog purchase of (hiraltro -
)erlesbn.Jtict I tf rltfM of Way the Over
!p"J by -
1896SETTLER1NREDLAND in the old days, h* latned IT
unusually large grapefruit is warm colored and. has a fiery Roy Wltteawilej/ tamper limn sya Road and Toll Bridge eornm* -
irgp" with unseasonably grain I bear*,4nd6. Wt, sicn for nearly three-quartim of
,;.,. iPJII4 which brought the WINS Warred Woods, 3 bundles beets a million dollars
I D H DeHInger a senior, has "
!fuilt ,
earlier In the 1st 100 Lower Maatecumbe Kiv DO
on exhibition a handsome dresser
'season caused a situation require PIONEERHONOR of native mahogany.Robert Don Sickle, 'bunches beets I mites southwest .f HoiiMffcMd is
Jet draitti'adioh to prevent losses I 2nd, .79. i accessible by a good automobile
,to ,+bIt growers, he said Cauzens' copy of a Roy Wittenwiler, -, 1', bunches ,highway From there ferries now
Sheraton chair with hand carved '
,flew ..,IItU- were created for Mrs. Chas Goseman First' beets, Srd ribbon. \ transport the cars across a forty
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vast back is a graceful piece
tie /ruij through advertising In Warren Wood S beads round mile water gap to Big Pine Key ,
and Mr. Eva Castellow Backs Byrum; displays a lamp and I travel i
;newspapers* With a combined circulation cabbage lit 1.00. whence they can resume )
: Second (Continued on Page Six) Chinese Onto Key West a forty mile
ef 16134.3BO in the mags- In Event I Warren Wood cabbage by.
tin sections of 15 Sunday newspapers I 1st 1.00. studs of highway and bridges

; in trade papers with a Mrs. Chss. Cowman won the Wilber Wood, Chinese cabbage, Completion of the highway :'
combined circulation of ll',000, honors In the pioneer day event COLORFUL ROCK 2nd, .71George bridges by next January it ex
with 1,390,000 potters, street car held Wednesday In the woman's 1 Kosel chayotes 1st, 1.00. pected. The project was divided
,cards and dealer displays and department by Helen Whiting Fer- GARDEN SHOWNBYGARDENCLUB Chas Behrens, J,., chayotes, Into several contracts in order to
.850,000 booklet and wipe folder reyra, superintendent Mrs. Goss- 2nd, ..73.Roy Insure simultaneous work all along
*. 'Flfteei minute radio programs man came to Dad County in 1S94 Wittenwiler, carrots, let, the line and completion within tho
over '27 stations advertise when 100. shortest possible time.
and to Radland In If 00, this
Florida fruits three time week- section was just a wilderness. Her Warren Woods, carrots, 2nd.TS. The new contracts Just let cover
ly, Mr, Walker! satd. daughter, Mrs Walter Thompson all the remaining bridges, with the
(' In al) the advertising *f the clt- of the woman's department committee All Questions Gladly An Wilber Vlck carrots, 2Ird, rib- exception of one steel span, and
''rus eommliMlon has been featured was the first child born In swered by Ladiesat bon.Don road work at Lower Matecuml.
the feet that therr i* one-foarth the Redland District I Sickle, best celery Jet, 1.00. Long Key and at the Key West
more Juice In flprida grapefruit: Mrs Eva CattcUow who same Display Joe Dunn, best celery, 2nd, 75. end. Oen of the bridges In these
than idled Is in grapefruit from Warren Woods, finnocchlo lit, contract Is the seveflrmlla Lang
to Redland in 1905 wait given the I
Key viaduct, one of the longest
Natural Jn design a
citrus growing >- second and'Mrs. Sam Davis 100.Don
sections of the country. prute rock garden has been brought to I Sickle, finnocchio, 2nd, 75. bridges: in the world. The eon-
Th* chain stores of the country, who third carne prize.in 1909 was. given tb* the Dade County Tropical Fair by I Don Sickle, green onion.. lit, tractor for the bridge work ts the
working with the- citrus commission the South Dade Garden Club. 100. S. J Groves It Sons Co., which is
Prizes for the event were givento (Continued on :Fag Two) (Continued] Oft Page SI*)
national Backed silver ,
art conducting. a Mrs. Ferreyra by merchants of by pines palms ... ..
sales ,campaign ending March 3 the county air plants and)ferns found In Flat*
featuring Florida grapefruit Independent ida forests, the garden is filled I
Mrs. C eo. E. Reed demonstratedthe All Four DadeCounty F. F. A. Chapters
food distributor rep method used la making fibre with plants SDd blossoms grouped
restating 153,000 tores will begin l about three pools upon which With
flowers and the Redland High Compete Again Winning
a canned grapefruit campaign in School harmonica baud played water tiyacinths float Members I
June Th national associationof and friends of the garden club I
several selections.Reckl AH four of the Future Farmer resents the ideal Homitcad'
chJ.IftII store will fegl a f contributed the shrubs( and flow type.
drive I In March, featuring fresh ers, and they were arranged Into chapters lath* county competed exhibit conslsU of a three-sided
grapefruit Juice e. Driver Held a rockery by a emmltte of which for bases in the fair this :year, counter tovertd with, truly and
AH.,theM Visa have helped After Arrest on Hiwaj Mn. William Dunlop is chairman. I.and one o/the Miami Edison chapters vegetables grown by the boyt TWO
the growers, ttr Walker said and She Is assisted by; Mrs Elberta the John L. Butt Chapter, tropical scenes are painted an the
during the last few weeks Whom Willie Wade, Homestead negro, Rule! Mrs. E. M. Frtwcher and ,was awarded the grand] prize, a background and between then Into
become evident that Florida no whovwas attested by Deputy Shen Mr Dunlop who .la .an honorary silver loving cup donated; by Wm.D. show ,window is the chap tor's
longer has a surplus of grapefruit. iff King W. Parks on the Dixie 1 member of the club. Joyce'of Miami. Homestead record for this year: first In Floe :
Front VIe bcgtBaing of tb* sea-: Highway north of Princeton Monday Mn R. l Shepherd, garden club j Chapter, second In rank got 19,00 Ida; first in the South; teeond In I
ton until February 1 approxtmetett .i and charged :wIth reckless{ president, is remaining at the dii1jlay I and an award of merit, Redland the nation. I
1,100,000 boxes of Florida grapefruit driving was bound over to the I with Mrs. Dunlop to answer Chapter third got $3.00 and an Radland Future Farmers ban f
wen shipped contrasted with I Dad County court of crimes by I the many questions of visitors The award of merit; and Miami Chapter a very attractively arranged booth
S,100o5o bo tei last season and' Justice of the Peace Rid L. Kercdrkk 'name of the tropical plants, unfamiliar ( got $2 and an award of merit consuming ef all the major products
JOOJ300 toxeaNoth* 1134-JS, in a preliminary hearing I to northern gardeners, are i An four chapters have exhibits and a maJority Of the minor
eason. The 'vJM retunt to' Monday nightAccording ,constantly' sought by th* spectators that draw attention The winning ones produced in cpmmtrclsl
the Krowtn, this i H*' bean to.Mr. Parka, Wad I II is well as Information regarding exhibit show in miniature three quantities/ to show the variety of
14 tents a box 14-15 I was cutting in and out of traffic J' I the c condition under which they back yards-.on* poorly kept, ore the supervised practice prosremminhlulid

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Page Two THE LEADER.ENTERPRISE Friday February 26, ISp.

; their children and this happiness i that to the moat casual observer,' rens, Jr.. WUbW VJck, Weans 1.00; Sam>a/to 2nd, 1.00, If "
i REDLAND PAIR I|was now being revived fat wateh- ,and Hoxle proudly verifies it when Woods, Willie Baxtey, largest' Byert ara.fI\bft. .
ing the progress of their gran- ; aaked. Another thing that he la single specimens vegetables, each, Ben Archer, bananas lit,
1 ): CELEBRATE 62DANNIVERSARY I I children/ and great grandchildren iI j proud of ta his hand carved. saddle 11.00. t J*. iFrwcker F flat,2,119. ; JComtoH ,
,- I To Mn and Mn. Woodbury were of silver and gold. Silver Traphl far Vegetable eTapartaaent 3rd; ribbon.
;bom six children, four of whom! Something new In midway attractions tr+*\ errlet. 2U
t !!are still living: Mr*. L R. Matthews i' for the Redlahd District A Long,. beat individual pot f 'Ch"pUrf' Snd, 1.00;WJ.(
of Miami, Mn. Clementine Peterson I hi the octopus ride iIft the main to display; Dixie Drug Company lit Baxley, 3rd ribbon.
of Miami Beach. Ed Woodbury midway. silver cup.August Sam Davis' Jtiamna
\ No Use Being Dead While at Atlanta and Byron Woodburyof Burrlcbter. best individual -j"t, '3.0fl; .!Pel, 2.00; Joe sic avqe
: '. You're Living, SaysJIrs.GH.Wdodbury Mooretnp: N. D. vegetable display, H. K.!: Over-, Jrd. r klboa. ..
I : : A daughter .110' died lit W1J PRIZE AWARDSContinued street silver cup. Safe Davis, .Schmidt aLt
r was Mn. J. fa'Kahl, wife of the ,UdlvUuI Frog Gawp Exhibit 1.00; 2nd ].00.

Mr. and Mr. C. H. Woodbury founder of the South Florida Banner -. In the fruit department, presided I Warren Wood, citron 1st, .00'
which later became,the Homestead
tBediaod celebrated their 62nd ( From Page One) over by Harry Reely, superintendent Wilbur Wood,2nd, SO. 1
weddln( anniversary last Saturdayat Enterprise] and in 1831 Was Roy Wittenwller, parsley, lit Luther Chandler and Silver Car for tall Dei....
I their home on Coconut Palm merged with the Homestead Lead- too; Warren Woods, 2nd .75: Don Chaa. A. Cox, the following awards John H. ScannelU of S
drive, a short distance east of et. Sickle: 3rd ribbon. j were made: I Groves, Redland, largest Indivic '
the fair ground They live on a The Woodbury have 21 grandchildren C. L. Nelll, pumpkin, lat. 1.00. I Sartlnl, lit $15.00; A. E. Barnes, display of citrus fruit, silver loving
i 2o- ere trove that la -part of DOcm I and three great-grand A. Longo( potatoes, 1st, 100: 2nd, T.50; John H. ScannelU, 3rd,I cup from Renuart Lumber Yard.
that remain of the ISO.acreiof children. S. Anderson, 2nd, .73; Tuccl 4iMuizellO 250. Miami, Fla. ';
'land they bought when they 3rd, ribbon. Avocado Group Exhibit I .
came to Bedlam In 1915, and although Paul Shanklin, green peppers,II Frank Lardon of Gloria Groves, r.
Mr. Woodbury la at preen JIIMTURE 101 lit, 1.00. lat, $3.00. I
in poor health Mrs Woodbury la i Warren Woods, radl hee,- lat, Individual Fruit Exhibits I I DR. R. S. AIERS
active and personally attends to 1.00; Don Sickle, 2nd, .75. Frank Paano, Valencia oranges, -I,,
selling their fruit at the atand in i RANCH IS SHOW' Warren Woods summer crook- 1st, 3.00. DENTIST j
front of their home. neck squash, 1st, 1.00; Ed Burr,I Frank Panno, pineapple oranges,
Mr. Woodbury who li (6 wai OF JACK ': 2nd .75; Don Sickle, 3rd, ribbon. lit, 1.00.Tom Office tours: I a. m. to S p. so.
born In Berlin, Vermont. Mn I Warren Woods, purple top turnips Post King oranges, lit I Sundays t to 13Closed
yH'I 1st, 1.00; Roy Wittenwller, 3,00;Frank Panno, 2nd 2.00; Frank j
Woodbury, who la 80, waa,born In l 'I Saturday 1
Montpelier, Vermont. They were Feature 2nd. 75; Don Sickle, 3rd, ribbon. Panno, 3rd ribbon. I I ,I
married at Barry Vermont, when Special! Awards !. Vegetable Willis Baxley, Duncan grapefruit Free Parking Space i
i tion Has DepartmentDon lat, 3.00; Warren Wood, 2nf1, I
Mn. Woodbury waa only II They
I nit N. W. I4TH
Movie Stars Sickle, special Palm Beach
came to Redland from DriscolLN. I 200.Walter I
Bernlcker, Foster I rnoNE I.un
tweet corn award 1000.
D., where they were In the hotel 1to
business for five years. Previous Jack Hoxie, whose wild west I John W. Campbell, pJfklng grapefruit, let, 3.00; 2nd, 2.00; and j j3rd. II I
that they had engaged |In large* show Is the featured attraction on I house exhibit. potatoes, lilt, blue ribbon.
scale farming at Abercrombie, N. the midway at the Dade County ribbon; South Florida Potato Frank Lardon, Persian IIme"j JOHN o. CAUJCT POST NO. 44AMERICAN
D., for 10 yean and had been In, Tropical Fair, formerly was with I Growers Association, 2nd red rib let 3.00; Charles W. Zarlng \
mercantile business at ForestRiver the famous 101 Ranch show. In I bon; W. J. Vick' Goulds,,3rd, white 2.00; Charles Pratt, 3rd, ribbon. LEGIONMeets
N. D., for 11 yean.Mn. fact, his show Is a miniature 101 ribbon. Frank Panno, Dancy tangerines,I Ant a4 third Wwlmsaf'
Woodbury |s as. active In show, and among Its attraction L. R. Becker, Inc., Florida City, 1st, 1.50; 2nd, 1.00; and 3rd, rib- I a. m. Asaerl'ea Legion Bio's,
tomatoes, lit, red ribbon; Growers fold post offtN) SMlb Krwne Ave,
mind and body aa many a woman is Old Scout, Hoxle's horse that I bon.Tom .
half her age. On Monday she stars with him in his motion pIc- Service, Inc., Goulds, 2nd, red Post, Oneco tangerines, 1st, Uonettead FU.
) ribbon. 130, Joe Hickson. 2nd, 1.00; and I
took an order worth of tures. He makes six pictures a
t fruit and on u Oa:8OO: : one for year. Willis Baxley, "Believe It or 3rd, ribbon. t
$129. In addition ahe tend I Performing with Hoxle as his Not", lit, $5.00; Grant Mahan, 2nd, E A. Froscher: tangelos, 1st,'I For result use Leaders
truck loads of fruit to the Miami leading lady la his wife, Miss Dixie 3.00; Chai Bohrens 3rd, 2.00 !1.50; 2nd, 1.00. I Enterprise Classified Ads< ]
i market every week Starr, a movie star in her own- Herbert Grate, Jr, Chaa. Beh- Frank Lardon, papayas 1st,

"I don't believe In being dead right and her hone, Dido. Other ----- ----
," while you're living," aha said performers are Alice and Jimmy
i "When will I retire This world't Foster expert ropers; Mabel '
i got too much going on In It to talk Mack's educated and dancing
". .( of retiring". I multi, a knife thrower! and clowns and
To the menage circle of the Just added la Sam Cook. Hoxle'a m mrefrigedMetter MILE S
Spiritualist Temple of Truth which I old whistling mate. A six-piece Z
met at the Woodbury home Saturday band furnishes music.: '
; to celebrate the wedding Jack la one-quarter Indian and than
'\ anniversary. M.... Woodbury said j so is Miss Starr His straight nULON--'
that she and Mr Woodbury had blue-black hair and pronounced TO TUB
known their greatest happiness In brunet complexion announces


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P. 1ylkera Fresh Pealtry

I' : I KENS" LBe 30 C is LBe 18cFRYERS.

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: ,- Stew . 121/ The, new "60" Ford V4) '(illnitrated): And lea a real performer! Like most

I BACON LB.38C 'la the Ikrlftleat tr In all Ford history\ cars it bow a bit to lh brilliant "83f I ,:

PORK LOIN: Drive all day on a Unkfnl of 8a.Ford V-8 In plcknp and lop speed but ,,'

aDloa 'L owners report 22 to 27 miles per gale yon will be amazed at what it will da '
15c ROAST .25C Ion. And It's the lowest "8'1
BRISKET priced Just the same. Th thrifty "W V-8

E" t.. 31$ lb. average ever sold In America. la a ear TOO will own with pride anti
f SWIFTS rUSH GROUND Yet the he* thrifty W Y41* ai bfg drive with pleasure. A ear that will

: : Peanut Rolls Hamburger and roomy, H well engineered its the oar* you not just pennies but dolk(
"83." Yon get the same U-ateel bert7 'A ear that's built to fin* and priced so

; lb . 35c lb. _ ISc : with safety glass t h r o a|h e a,. The low you will bar to atrfoa to believe '.f.

: sense aew qaieUt,M and buu11Th.. it est.,.. Your Florida Ford dealer. 'kv> ':,.

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Ford brakes. The MUM large baggage Call him today. r /

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Friday .: 23,1927 THE., LEADER.
-':"' ,' .February ,ENTER PRISE patet 'i'llrt e. ,.,.I.

DAVIS VIOLINSFAt but merely: set out io malt a violintor. I t4asl week lifter a West Indies from Toronto The last mentioned -I tional Bank building The tril- .,)
.We wife, and being in the habit: caUictiawb>ph.taer.went through couple left Tuesday to return leg will-move Saturday from"OtaHome ;
et doing what he set out to do,, a barn oaae-.ff Barbadoes. They to Canada, but the mother will re- building where it itaa (we*'
m1.S"OF "merely buckled In with a bit ol will' spend a month or six weeks mal (of a. visit of several weeks since Its Inorptlon-four years sago. ::
grin and never let up.till h* did I 1ft or more with her Redland son. Owner Hal r Stanley, say that II P
it" After finishing secondviolin Another brother, Dr. 3 L Pratt tit* enlarged.Quarter will enable
FAMOUS STRAD which turned out ,better. of, Port Arthur Ontario arrived Business College to Be him.tc-hen4le a much !larger nonv J
than-the first one and starting two Tuesday.: last week for a months ber of students tea heretofore >f
more Mr. Davis entered the sum ,ilL In New Home Mar. 1
Pedland Grower Made Instrument mer class of C. H. Rice, instructorof And to cap U all his mother. Mrs. 'Why dont you give ?Our wite :J
for Wife manual training In the Homestead Mary Pratt, arrived Monday in March I I,the Homestead Business an allowance (
High School and during the company with __ooIaw and(College will be In its new home on "I did once but she spent It before -
Kept on six-week eourte made a set of, dikighter. Mr. and Mrs A:W. Pratt the second floor of the First Na I could borrow It back." j.j
three dining tables which fit together ,I
One of the most Interesting and
when desired to make a
unique booths at the Dade County
nine-foot table seating 12
Tropical Fair it that of Sam Davis,
got six chairs well started also
Redland grower and former school
In that timeToe J
teacher who hal become
makerof mmm
furniture, which Is on display -
violins, some of which facsimiles
are -
at the Davis booth is of solid
of a Stradivarius valuedat ,
Florida mahogany with pleasingdesign
$50,000, now In a London m_ ,. ,
of Inlay It model 1 d I
um.Mr after a Hepplowf I tin'",g room .r e O
Davis started making his I O p -
suite mad mou 111,111 i humii< d t
fi violin In January, 1916, afterstudying
; ;years ago nnd mm III II ay I'OJ'I'I
Edward Allans The ,
Violin as It Is and Wo*" for aboutsix museum. .4>. -',','; t j' > j.-' t-"* ( ; W'-' *' '- .**''iTSrBivn-'oi.-1 -*)**'" -' -
Some of the violins Mr. Des \
weeks lie had only few
a has made of solid Florida
are mahogany -
took such ai a pocket knife, chisels STEWflRT-WflRNER
and some are of imported
gauge. scrapers, clumps and calipers wood
His patterns, arches, molds,
etc, were made from full size
drawings and chart of the famous Pratt Family ReunionAt
London Stradivarius) contained InAllan' Redland During Fair
'At Icr about 200 hours of Irftonse Charles Pratt, large-eeale *vo*
,work my 'AI ba' was ready cad grower of.Redland has been
:Jar the bow.and music teacher', host at what amounted MmtMt to e J 1
cMlcBnVsaid.Mr. Jtevls. "Iraag, family reunion at his reetdenc ohRedland
isle mj thrill when he pronouncedit road, just. .north. of the
tru; in tones, a.good.violin uxlpleastog" fair graunds VHis t \
I' 1, brother 'end ....__lA-Jaw.
MrDavis had no former training Mr. and Mr;W, A. Pratt tLon, -
'fprienc in,' wood-Working,,don; :England'; arrived Thursday






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2 6-Cyl. Demonstrators at substantial discount I ttf.ff. Great ...v\'"
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6 Cyl. 4 door clock.Touring Sedan, green, radio, dual I ..,0t1E.1" 3 7. ': "e. ; ... tYe'iet'Vp4rskv "b ,.

equipment, feso \
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6 Cj 1. 2 door Touring Sedan, black. '... \ g "ec tetttf't1t;

I *M Ott 01",... +a Sol ""see 400 '

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USED CARS l ra"" to 1 sc1 .

1936 Ford door Touring De Luxe Cleanest; .\ .. r J'YrO ,.....-t\'I' 't.-1 .t.Its Qr: mot

used car in town. M 1aI' ;,.
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:.. 1934-Chwoit .Station.W ii 4ait>"eTr* oar ()o ........." .*?;....t. A\1.\\8' .

Chevrolet 4. door Sedan. Low priced "transP r- _tdS\ I '

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TJERFS really something new la rerum rear space Into front space-cut I Ifrigenton

Jll More features-more current cost*-and save you thousands I

con1'eftlence-more economy-more of trips across the kitchen every year. Let i

HARRY'S WELDING SHOP l beauty. Come and let your own eyes vt explain these great improvements to I

PRINCETON FtA I prove it. You'll marvel at the way )'OU-aod.how you how to stare enjoying 1

Stewart-Warner's exclusive. features them without paling a penny down
Portable Eleetrle sad Aeetylea*welding M OUader Blacks f I
Cylinder Beads Alamlawn CaaUagf sad Batter I

AntemoUv Mwk\M KefaMagCalerlag to gang U aaata.Waring ..
.ytmiliif:and all.... resm\mf-Bsaimsllsn trb 4 tmtmt, .... : : :Redland;. Appliancei!
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h"'he4" Fridays at Hemet By Russell Kay I II
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stead Fla, by the South Did = '" I
Publishing Ceo I've annoyed a of different
gatherings with to-called talks

\\I bEN ARCHER .. Editor about this and that but last week)
'p MARJORIE LEACH ARCHER I had a new experience. Nate
Associate EditorLatersd Reece publisher of the Arcadian,
and Frank Holder secretary of
the Tan Memorial Highway Association
M CMMd elaaa sun heads
got their togetherand
utter Marsh S. 1111. at the peel decided to dish me up to their
elr..1 teeacAead, Florida. corder convention delegates along with
the act ef Much s. 1I7>. cabbage and
: the rout rib swamp
rattlesnake meat
at'". PRICE '1." A TEAK
Not being a highwayman myself -
I couldn't tell 'em much.. intact P A0'r
Pet Peeves what t don't know about roads
r would fill l lot of chuck hotel And
I Whit ere torn of the things they've still got a few holes\ to fill
men especially, dislike about women before the highway Is completed.:
Apparently the ProgressiveFarmer They've made mighty good progress -
hn been receiving numbers so far, however and with the
of letters on this ever-Inter live bunch they've got worhln' on
esting topic, from which we quote the proposition, the Taft Highway
the following amusing facts: la bound to become one of the best
"I could love Annie," ")'lIAr- known and most popular routes
", ry, 'but I'd rather touch a snake I from the Great Lakes area to Flor
than her brl h$ red-nailed handi. .
They are a thora In my aide. I I ida.I recalled a trip I made over that
like to talk to Janle but when route twenty yean ago before Mr.
other friend drop la she fifxira Taft or Colonel Ocha or Frank
lively placet screen In front of Holder had anything to do with It,
me Not by word or looks does so I felt that I was sort of a
anyone know I'm present I date: Tan Highway pioneer 1 1s
a Betty but when the Is excited her
J In those days the roads In Georgia I
voice la high and shrill Sue
trails and tryln ton.vt.ate
were clay
pale-hued nails, a low, lovely
'em In Model T Ford
y voice and la considerate, but she a
had ski beat mile. You
Jumpin' a
Is untidy, with crooked stocking "
\ and careless would get started up.a bin go
cams ripped
I ahead about fifty feet and slide II
lie end
hail dress. up on a note
back sixty. You'd be all over
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of UnwnUtkia" :: "Woe is me!
the road when It was wet, and the
Why will a girl try to be a road would be all over you
Gaits when the Is only an Edna It was dry.I when I
Mae Oliver?" asks an exasperated remember one stretch
bachelor. "And why do they think Kentucky where they had dusted l j
I a brogue or drawl la so cute? And off the tide of a mountain until / ffSl/fKff 70 AC 7V MOST

y for Pete't sake gals, keep your they got down to I good rock base, fE C/Ot.l.S FISK mAr fr'/M S ,
lily-white paws stltt Don't be then they had poured asphalt overIt I _
i' fluttering them. We can see all the lust about the way I'd pour syrup
'{ red nail polish We want withoutall on l mess of pancakes. Well, the f
I NONE of the old forts of Florida
that. And fourth, don't be effect: the motorist got In drivln' possess .
and hair es' A more colorful or interesting history .
patting twisting your In over It was Just about the tame
public. Nine times' out of ten you a cockroach would get from than FORT SAN CARLOS at Pensacola,
make It look worse." as runnln' bell bent ever a slab of erected in 1696. In 1719, during the war THE favorite method ef fishing for the
BUrl girl to I "handkerchief twits cheese. ..: between Spain and France, Fort San Car- BARRACUDA In Honda waters la to
Everybody used to drive In the log was captured by the French under troll With cut bait or spoon and the tearIng ,
Matemend middle ef the road In those days Bienville, recaptured by the Spaniards :, smashing strike of this fish Is always i
li that carries some real conviction: because even If you tried to drive and -slain taken by the French during; a something to be remembered. The Bar-
1 -No matter U what the says It on. the right there still weuldnt period of about 8 months. Subsequentlythe racuda is found around sunken wrecks,
{ Important, I can't listen properly be any left. The only shouldersa old fort wag burned by the French shallow reef and cuts along the southern
because of her hand twisting that motorist had to worry about were rebuilt by the Spaniards, blown up by the coast of Florida awaiting iU prey. It, F
handkerchief! She la careless about his own for the roads didn't have English during the War of )1812, and reaches a length of over six feet and la ,;
letting her slip show below the any. Knee action was an accessory abandoned to the Americans, again rebuilt more dangerous than the shark. Zane]
hem of her dress. When she sits that the driver had to furnish by th. Spaniard and recaptured by. Grey has aptly named this fish "Tiger of
the crosses her knees and swings ,himself and believe me, tryta to f .
th* fount)*** Anitntw Jwkson in 1818. __ than Sea. _
one foot-not just occasionally, keep your feet on those goofy .
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regularity. These an little things, I from the bumps gave you 3 T E ,
but they are little. ones that will plenty of knee action. It took a ;

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liveslne 1st Insured thrift tnsUWtteMHit wheat Invested with us-elpiac your a'a

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against loco BB to |5t.t by the Federal lag husntahappiness.iWde S '
Regular hatches of Rhode Island Reds, I : Savings Lola Insurance Corporation =

Barred Rocks, White Rocks, White Wyan- ( that It earns reasonable dlvtdtnda 3'e i '

dottes, Buff Orpingtons, Jersey Black Giants So Invested, your money la aafermre'-' -. 4% dividend bas bee paid! eI ,
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a stHutlon 1..1Iftt-'hkh rust meet Investors Accounts may be opened __
Brown and Buff Leghorns, White Buff and strict requirements of atienfth art with any sum from '1." up, and a v*.

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Friday; February:2S,1S37. THE LEADER.EOTEBPBISE i Pace Nine

Redland ll\gh\ to Play attempted shots to furnish Uw
Cage 11. 11.S. Basketeers thrill ,
"On Ponce Court Tonight '
Ball Records Given :. I Win i Easy Victory Geoove. Lake W"* gear* j I
scored the iffost pOHBftf lot his
I R dUMl thigh Schools bid
OutbylLRS.Coach basketeers will play Ponce de Leon 1 Over Lake Worth team getting three field*** sled
i Wafc School I* Mir .last gems of :two foul ahot A total of 31
I the season tonight on the Coral 1 1I I t foul WM railed on the turn teams. I
Th Intramural basketbalhQso-: Gables court i I Homestead High acheol1 Basket- i I Lake Wortt lost time nl fcjr DM ,
gram >t Homestead High School! Redland barely beat out Ponce bun teal wen an may iMt v*. foul route tad 1'lOpatost' eel njr .
which was begun the first weekin a:de Leon In the last game betweenthe I t ry ore Lak..Werttl HltA School atomeatead' green and white I
December WM finished up onFebruary :- two school* and Is out to show .on this 40nl.-.rc.hIdatf I Its butt *
team Its Gt
11 Rule, fundamentals -, the eighth district tournament Held to ..It-lS acttwat IM Mi,'L pUj game ''IallltBloat' t'
and technicalities.the game committee that it made no mistake I CeactvThaor.,..Bleier'ao, chaise.came .1 season!' Mlgti tbnllhtcain"&:1\onI11I the new- gym If .
were the tubJecU of a seriat oi .bach with nab In tile
that school
tortures by Coach Theo t Blelef second halt to 27 tat
i score poios.ui
1. D. L, Bowen 11-12 General
who pointed out that of all UM, X J. 1IIkJW&hae1I.. I Big Charley UUUled the I f
ports, basketball require men' 3. H. Martin -UP. :Homestead cucini.wllh four field rnooBT!
Individual skjll. Initiative and I' .Bird 9-13 I goajs and tbJ'ee..foul ,Conversions The teacher was trying to get Public Utilities
thinking and demands more split- Dribbling for 10 Crib Shots: I but dlminuitlve Martin Bishopmode her clan to understand something
second decisions during the course fin fiche goal but of six about the ether. "What U It that
I 1 Jas.
of the ,.m.. Bull-handling and I : Ollreer 1 'pPfY'" all space" she. ankeaV-1 HMM4M4 These ....11

past work, he said are the backbone .2. Jim McConnell 6. ,,.wh n Jt.seeded. Railing in. third .-soaiethta* which" II' wall or.door
of tueeeesful team, and can shut out? i
jackr McMirhaer 8 place in the) draw for tournament I
Intelligent and defense and are possible deceptive only attack When !: Emory: Brandenburg 8-. > pI.f..Jif, Miami Beach on, Mar. 8 The atncIT of boiled1 cabbage"[BEAD THE W.\.'iT ADS"MYSTERY '
LeIter Archer s and 7' poke up the clan wltr-b
the team has at its ,command a ...
variety of team tactics. I ..
Team ware organized la tad
: period of the physical education I
classes, and: tk* classes consisted "
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of from two to four teams Each .. .'J" r J
boy had the opportunity of playingat ,> ',--, :. ," I
least a belt during the ,period, 1.
and the rest of the time was engaged -'
in practice work In ball '

handling and passing Captains GAS them
were chosen for the teams 'and a 1 to

record was kept of the games
The records By- classes foDewsiPeriod
: Team Captain: Games won
1st Tommy Collins-10 out of 11 BLUE SUNOCO to
Randolph Caves-2 out of 12 you
2nd Martin Bishop, 10 ont of II
Earl SmltliL lout of H
William McMlchael, 7 out 18
Donald'Sullivan, 8 out 'of'18
3rd Jack Sullivan 12 out of 12 AMP. IT GAVEPROVED

Fred Chapman, ( out of 12 ,
Howard Thompnonp4; out 12
Oscar Cloning, I out of 12
4th J. T. Godwin, 14 out at 14
James Sullivan 8 out of 14 1Jt : tAm
Jack McMlchael. 6 out Of 14
,Harry Martin, lout ot 14 z ,
8th Chas Robertson, ( out of t
Kenneth Glenn 4 out 6f (
D"L. Bowen lout of (
The friendly rivalry created a
'good deal of enthukiasm in the
classes The team captained by S4JIuwtun
Jack Sullivan was the only one
that won all Its games. .
Achievement tests conducted in
the ninth, tenth eleventh and
twelfth grades showed the following -
Number of Free Throws out of 25:

1. Pierre Charlie McDaniel Little 19 1ft IN TESTS BY 1214 MOTORISTS

2. Dukes West 17 -
Martin Bishop 17
3. Harvey Rue 18 FOURTEEN CITIES
Medium Lon *%bott (23 ft) 10

1. Fred Chapman: T Those tests were mad kr Surely Oaf U convlsdap .....

L Randolph CavesQ people Ilk Yourself/ workman dente that Blue Sunoco !. to
Martin Bishop S
Roy Martin," J and clerk, housewives and dais auislandiira motoi fuel al

Shot made and .missed In,, (0 second doctor business exMutlves any price--and It sails at seer
(from an 8 ft radius). and ottee All coataifcuied lira!, Jar gas price. Teat Blue Sunoco

1. Charlie Little 15-20 services la tearing a MBTtT la Y'OWOWII car and let It prove
2. Earl Smith 13-1
3. Tom Collins 12-16 e gaioUn In Ihelr own car*. It* upertorirr.

4. Harvey Rue 11-17 That "IDTa r7 0AM WM Blue _
Dribbling in for Short Shot < 10
Sunoco without its IdenHfrlna
shots liON N A I'I.
blue color.
1. Charlie Little 10-10
Harvey Rue; 10-lfr PROVEDI Compared to the gasoline
2. Randolph Caves 9-10 yaY have been
Noah Peterson HO ettee AO-Areu4 PerlermajseetMoto did using .
you g* j.qulclir .
Wade Smith110
than nine out of' everytea
Clinton Bishop. HO
: Earl Smith -10 motorists making these tests ((1)' starting 37 *
Similar achievement tests were proved that Blue Sunoco gave Tls.
conducted for the seventh and, all-around
belief pedormancethan
with the a (12J) faster pickup?
eighth grades following the aasollne they !had 8 OTo$
Number of Free Throws out ef 25: boom 1Ia1D% ,fII i)!"or. power
1. O. Delllnger 13 Examln the result In Ih* /jn' 'to
1 Jack McMichael 11 I HOW THE MYSTERY GAS"adJotA1D.] tablet-tHen !head 'or'n hfflif / YIIII

t. P.E Bird Booth 12 11 I TESTS WERE MADE the nearest Blue sunoco pump ((4/,/ better'I-orouncl'/ Q

Medium Long Shots (20 ft.) 10 I Tie ROM Federal! Research ConoriHoa a ked' at raadoat Performance + S es s
shots: 1214 awtarlsts, la 14-widely separated title, to era
1. Jack McMichael 7 brlbuto their serrloes to tofttag a Da lin i
2. Fred Fuchs 8I their era ears. This gasoline was raeular
: without the blue color The eaptted teak of each ear
L. Cheshire 4 was tiled with tea Blue Swoeoaad
4. Harvey Newtoa J Utor, the ..ru..dI eplaloas el each
8. Elbert West 1 s.alsei"we eblaiJleclla,Ross federaIa..el9...... O$
Shot Made and Mined In M OOUM, was SMtorMs were band to be regular Men
Buenos uen. They have beea tweed torn aU eesv
seconds (from 8 foot radius) I .
pilThhat ",.Ie.,Gasoline was NOW Blue Inaeoo Mac
was eerttiied by fee t..hao labofatorles oi I, W. Sty
Turner's Finer! Hone bog A Ce., a recognised gas,uu sutbaiitn whoseM a tna 0. r two awe
.MUd the 7..oUa. draou al the nBiuiry sod reread t
' U.&Jr.ml'L'B SERVICE these was: low l.dwA be alii,.... to their ream n 1v I k
eaUltne. the 14 ettee. r
Lady Attendant 4* its

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Feb. SI LeasM-tenmm
NELLA SAVU.: set.**. tUittf "
... topics "Christ JetM. To First National Bank Building Mac.:1-more

The physical Duration boy will tarT school this week are Norris
nu MR11IODISTtvaageldlee.ove.tle
finish up the doubles la badminton Walker la tie fifth grade and Lee room, more facilities
Ibis week and the singles next l I Walker In Ole fourth grade. threat Feb. U. Service tally
week. at M.I M and 741 fas aid SwttliHtlhedlat o
The elementary grade are. very Chare Bervts
Tb but game of the basketball proud of the new library books ....., maralaig and Right to
schedule win be played tonight that they received this week. Neva King Cooper School a.. We have placed every qualified student and
r at Miami Beach; this will be theM ..Wi...
Jut game to be played before the have unfilled calls. Your is
The sixth grad was sorry to many place waiting:
district |oe"Vlrglnla Wood who has mov- I HOMESTEAD METHODIST
same of the tournament wilt bt ed to Miami CHURCH Many\ calls for men. .
with Danla.
Feb. Mist Doraey'l fourth graders sage: "The Reward of Fallh A position hack when
Mia Brsnnon. Redland home or your money you are
ar enjoying the study of Andre falaeat": tvenlsig mrttatei
economic teacher,and Mrs.Gladys .
Webb, Homestead horn economics a French boy. Along with this "The Vine and the Braahet, qualified. Beware o'f the school that shirks( this
teacher decorated the booth at the story the pupils are learning afew lll.stratedly as W the via.
county fait showing an exhibit simple French words and halt etc.Bible duty. :
from an the schools In the county phrases which they open the class. study Wednesday
with. Billy Jacob brought his '. all bl. A eardlal Invitation ex-
which offer that type of work.
miniature Chinese throne to leaded to all I* an r-vteea. Terms-yes. Books furnished. Price reason
It has the and
studying The high lettering school and art classes art letterIng art I school empress In their exact emperor costumes FIRST MESBTTEUA CHfRCHFeb. able. A few minutes' talk ,will cost nothing.See .

U-Morning woraklp
book TheM classes art
putting on the marionette show Miss Ray's third grad la sorry Tb Meaning of the Term ....
which to sponsored by the Natural, to lose S. O. Wood who has moved 'ChrlstUa'-t at ,,:I, a. SB. ... II
Oa Company at Ole Dad County to Miami service of Times seat>l* of -
Tropical Fair. thChiirrk silk Billy Arthur, 0 1
1 highway chateaus.Evreleg .
; Miss Ray's third grade is planning wonblpt "rresbyIcriaalaat : .
The students ar proud 01 the for* "peep"show. The pupils In True*' and the 'Hal Stanley;A.R, A::M.;; LL: M; Manaffer I
new library book which they now art making miniature stages and NetIIerI.....*
have in the library. There ace there will be It scenes, which sr* Second... Floor. -First.National. Bank
i about seventy, and about two- taken from stories which they : I
third were ready for ua on hart read. Each person that tee*' For results use Leader Homestead
Thursday. j these shows pays a penny and
peeps' at *U 38. then writes down Enterprise Classified Ads
t Th mentors .r* very proud of 'all the names of the stories which q
f. their lingo which have at but ar ar* represented and the one that
rived remembers the names of the most
t (scenes, will be awarded a prtts.
The geometry clan li studying The money raised from this Uttto'
tilt measurements of circlet and show will be used for the rooro't & d J'

". Inscribed* Th and algebra circumscribed class I* triangle beginning |library. ? fn &1 vices

: the study of fractloni. The
arithmetic clams I* studying the 1 Mrs. Edwards' room gave the
kind of Iniuraor following program In the auditorium
this week Bible reading bjMargl
The seventh grade geography Pye; prayer; flag salute) '.
I' clan la studying the current events,"America- sung by the class; a
and learning the position of the playlet "The Little Cook"; sons,
place of the world about which "George Washington" by several
j children solo "A Tale That Is
i they ar* studying. After reporting
on the different topic they True" by Thomas Polar facts
place the topic on a large map. about George Washington by.flva '
Th beat map of Europe were children;flog drill;recitation;Qur- : .
mod by Charles Steffani and Flag" by group."I .
Bruce Scott ';
suppose one dresses for dinner -
: The juniors ar* glad to have hers?" the new guest asked .. ,
; their teacher, Mrs. Becker, back In the small town hotel keeper. ; '" :': I ,! .
school again after alt absence of Well, suit yourself, sir.. But 1, .
several days. might add that w* charge extra lormeals
served la bad."-Ltwlsban. } "
The new pupil In the elemen and Catford Guide.



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! Friday February 26.1937 THE LEADER- F.J."rERPRISE. Pare Eleven .

an spending the winter in Eedtond and Mr*. Robert Barnes, Thurs !
FLORIDA CITY were Saturday visitors at the homeof

hire W. w. M.wy, C.n.g..d.ae Mr. and tin. Hobart Bracket ay.Mrft -. ,
In and Around aDd 'Mr*. UUkfieU' .ot

A number of friend met at the Wilbur Bradley and daughter Martha's Vlheyard and Mra. Lies
home of Mr. and Mr. David Snow Miss Mary of Woodbury, Conn. tlef eld's mother Mr*. Brooks. who
Homestead on Tuesday evening to help' Mr*. who arc spending the winter in arc pending the winter In St
Snow celebrate her birthday *nnlvenary Homestead were guest of Mr. Petersburg were visitor at the)
A delkcioua supper and Mr Ralph Deeptond on home of Mr. and Mr*. J H. SI_
was served, and after that came Friday. scats on Wednesday and Thurs
,.mn. Thee prttent were Mr. day.
Mr*. Sylvia Atklnt returned Mr. and Mr*. Chaa. A. Watson and Mrs. Hobart Brockett. Mr. and Warner Moor, of Miami was a
Wednesday from the Florida State I an entertaining their granddaugh- Mr.. Ralph Desmond. Mr. and Mra. vlaitor In Florida City Tuesday.
College for Women at T.lIahaaaeewhen ter Mn Kate Wilder of Fargo, N H Derbyshire Mr. and Mr*. Lewi Scenic Waterfall AddedTo
she had spent the early D., who with her huaband arrived Baasett, Mr. and 101'..*. Robert George Cunning left Men: Springs at DuneUoiiDunelton.
part of the week with her daughter Wednesday. Barnes, Mr. and Mr Leonard day for tilt home In Detroit after
Mia' Eta Amarin, who I* an Freeman, Mn Catherine Potter, a two-week visit with his brother- ;
IfiflueAW patient in the college In- M.... C. C. Kenny who hat been Mrs. Valentine, Mr*. Anna Bator, Iti-law and abler, Dr. and Mn S. Fi*- M (FNS -florIda'
firmary. spending the whiter with bat **n- ,Fred Brockett, Fred Parlin, Walter S. Shield I I II I highest and only steak waterfall
-.' In-law and daughter, Mr. and :Fred and ton. Mr. Whither E. I* being formed three mile
D*:tart Matthew, hortlrultur- Mr*. R. O. Weber, returned to I Bartholomew. Prank Snow and I Mr. and Mr* Lewis BasseU of. north of here by an ingenious engineering -
tot wttt MM Georgia state ex perl- Homestead Wednesday attar a the host and hasten Mr. and Mn Hampden. Oona.. are guests at the feat which diverts a
.... HiitM at Oriffln. O.., vtnt.d I stay of ten dy it her home In David Snow. home ef Mr and Mra J. H. Sim- large volume of water from Rain
wMh bin parents, M*. and Mrs. Commerce OaMn mom. On Sunday Mr. and Mrs j I' bow Spring and direct It over a0foot
ft F. Matthews, In Homestead last Mr. and Mn Clarence ArbogaM Brett and Mr. and Mrs. Hobart natural. perpendicular
WdndAy, Thursday and Friday 'of Petersburg, W. Va., are evpect- Brockett motored to the key. cliff into a tree fringed bayou
of the I H H. Fridge ot Jacksonville ad this week for a visit wtth Mr. I II formed by an Inlet of the spring
pr. Matthew Judge
u visiting her brothoe-in- and Mra. J. H. Simmon A Florida fern garden la being
big Of show MM by the South I !I
law and sister. Mr and Mra. R. E. Mr. and Mn. Ralph McNenwj formed around the banksat
Florida CM Curb In Miami on Feb steep
Edward of Weaton. W. Va., who are spending -
18 and II?. I Mn. Catherine Potter received a the baa of the falls by plantIng -
the winter Miami, were Friday -
telegram Wedneadaw notifying nor of fern and tropical plant
Mn. "Dorothy Rosenblaum of of Shed..Utoh '''te* -l.w.fra, guests of Mn. Blanch Chap- found only in this stat OlalllI -
t Mr. and Mra. Chaa. Bank and Philadelphia, Wra. Fox of New Bert Brooked ot North haven, man. Mr. and Mrs. Harrison Mur- I bottom boata enter the bayou an]
MlM Emma Olson ot Junction City, York City and Mrs. Vivian Roger C nn. phey and ton Roland, Mrs. E. C. I approach within a few feet of the
Kant:;'wh it have been visiting Mr. of Miami spent Tuesday with 101.... Johnson and Troy High Smith of I cascade In order that visitors may
And Mrs: H. Paisley for a month ,Refers' later, Mr !. J. DylMr ;John F.' Crave received word South Miami wen guests at her are the constant rainbow reflecting
plan to leave the. last of the week. Tuesday of th* death of his sister borne Sunday i every color of the spectrum
They will make the return trip by which hang in the rrtisU
*. F. M. Fogle and little Wn, In-Chariton, low. '
Mr. and Mra. Fred Barnes of above the falls. and
the way of Texas. Mr. Bank and give them their
have been
Teeny, visiting MrV
Mrs Paisley.apent''Sunday on a, '* mother la Sarasota; t returned :1l. r;:'Ceof; cool hero returned North Haven, Conn., who an on a I f[name ot Rainbow Fall, aa 1,000
deep-aea fishing trip. Another business trip through the South, gallon of water pour ever the tail'
from two-
to Homestead Wednesday. Saturday evening a
visited Mr. Barnes' parent, Mr, each minute.Guaranteed ,
visitor at the Paisley home over month visit with her parent in
.week-end was MUu N Uie
Mr*. 3. T. MatUiewl'wt o'h.. Oklahoma.
Ramsey of MIamL
been confined to her bed for the
past several week, to reported to Lawrence Becker I II reported to
Ml a.Annl* MaeSfket, aUto be improving health this week. be recovering from his recent 111MM Used
home demonstration agent, and but to still confined to his
Mia Bertha! Nil Hauimaa, St Miss Edwina Close to 111 at her home.
Lucia county home demonstration home this week. Cars
agent, visited Miss Hauaman'i Mn.J.L.Ithmael and Mr*. Hud-
parents, Dr. and Mr*. Frank Haua eon Jones of Miami were dinner
man and her brother-in-law and Lester Smith who ha been attending guest at the home of Mr. and Mr*.
the University of Kentucky Edward StiUng Friday Mn..SUlInt -
liter, Mr. and Mn. C. Hagler
Rice, on Sunday. I ha come home to stay until June and her daughter Mr. Lee SPECIAL FOR THIS WEEK
when he will resume hit studies Lehman. visited Mrs. Ishmael

there. Tuesday. 1933 PLYMOUTH SEDAN .................... $225.00
Miss Margaret Murray who ha -

been visiting Mr. and JfJ'l. S. r.Mlnnerly Mr, *. Ceo. W Turner,' lr.. 'M' *. }._ Bessie Clinton of Clinton-
for several week left Chaa. Turner Miss Estelle: Turner viZle. ,Com, II. guest at the
Monday for her home In New York and Miss Annabel MacCull attended home of Mr. and Mn. Charles 1934 Chevrolet D W 157 Inch Truck, good condition -
City. a meeting of Coconut Grove Clinton and Mrs. Lucy Clinton.
chapter, O. E. SjFrIday night, good tires, cab, body.
Robert Burbank : Mr. and Mn. C L. Stone who
Warrrn of Euclid ::
1932 Chevrolet Truck D W 157 Inch cab
0., and Will Burbank of OnclnnaU Mr*. J. r Wilkes, Mr*. Steven ,
are apending the week with and Mrs Evan of Miami visited : body.
their cousins. Mr. and Mr*. H. a Mn. Wllke aon-ln-Uiw and Redland F.-T. A. Sponsored

Burbank of Halnlln drive Mr. and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Gordon EXPRESSION RECITALRedland 1933 Ford Tudor-Good shape, l looks nice,
Mrs. Burbank are entertaining ale King, this week. School
their niece Mn Floyd Powet Thunday Mar. .. I p. m. priced right.
of Congress Park. MU Mildred Campbell who ha by pupils *f
been spending the past ten days Katherine Fisher Schaeffer 1928 Ford Tudor-Cheap price.
S. P Comphor who ha been Ill with Mia Bonnie Kill returnedto JVNIOa-REMOR BENEFIT
with Influenza for three week to her home In Princeton Wednesday lOc and 25c 1933 Ford Coupe-Good condition. Looks good.

now able to be up. ., .

1930,Ford, Coupe Nev. paint,. ggod motor,
tires good. "

1928 Packard Sedan-new license-nice big car

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j Mrs. Gordon King recent : 11': ,

I SocialEuenIs I 'bride, was given a surprise mite I
cellaneoua shower at her homftTrJday DOUBLE ACTION '"
night by Mn J. E Cleat SaFe ,',
and Mr Wm. Nolan Game were flotation
played and a refreshment aural Rex-Mentho Process I
KATHERINE FISHER SCHAFFER'S CLASS of punch and cookie WM terved. :
j THE CHEST RUB CI., bidden "
Thane preaont includedMrs.. M I I
Leo L. Poyaer Misses Antoinette! Onto wktaa darer jffiBriton ,"

and Helen Moye, Ulnae Helen and I 2 5 C 4ense 1Yrw
; The Redland P.-T. A. announce Mn Whoddleauma-M ry Ana Grace riele Mix Mary XtcNelll,I j olds I'w' s.

that as ean r*.l.n recital wffl be Brown Idles Martha Close the hostesses ;
i five Ia the lUdland school auditorium -I Mn. Skinnywhinks-Akna Jane and the honor guert

.. Thunder ew nlng of Mart LlndgrenSome. Those sending gifts were Mn
( week. March 4. it 8 p. m. for tM'I Anywhere. out of dooqil A. A. Kaeitline, Mia Marybelle
4 benefit of the Junior and senior I "A Pleasant Half Hour an tha Clbba and Mill Marjorie ReddCOMVfl TOOTH PASTE M ;
class**. Uw entertainHMBt win Be* fc" .. M. B Cooke ct.tAN TECH
be presented by pupil nf KIItb-1 Shirley Harkneai CLUB MEETS C
/ erine fisher Schaeffer 4iN "A Hair Raising Tale".. AT WEBSTER 1IOMK: I 25 ,' .'
expression at Wa/ueaburg CcUkge Rita Squier Seby MILK of MAGNESIA tube
Waynesburg. ..... wtto' to Lester Archer Four table of bridge were In
pending a few week with friend "The Dark" (a muifcal) .- ... ..-. play when Mr. and Mn J. Il j TOOTH PASTE ;+
in Nuranja .. ..... Lillian W. Simpson Webster entertained the Comas
Cafe"EtU .. Betty Joy Lee Club at their home on North 2 5 c
"The Swmgln sib
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Softer ebey i The Dark" (I mumicat ) Krome avenue on Teb II MelH. Klenzo
I .._ .. .__ Richard Denny P. McDanlel and C. J. Parman
"The five & HIu-, Lamb I
Bruce Wagner won thehigh score primes
Janice Lee 'I Sparkln Peggy Jane"
"Soup" Lee, Wttburo, Linn _____ :Willis 1(. at bee Mn E. A. Ames, Mr. and Mr*. 19 '
VIda Clark I Betty Joy Lee Bruce Wagner IV. K.' Walton Mr. and Mr H I>. LE TIEI $1
Tlshln Lee, Wttbum TJnn Accompanist Jill_ Rebecca!'Schaff, Mr. and Mr Lee H. Leh- FLIT IRON s need wed.-40141W Him"
Billy dark I Jane Flatter 'man, Mr. and Mrs. 'Frank Webb.
Mr. and Mrs. Parman, Dr Frank
The Gate at Grandma "
"Whoa Afraid In the Dart (a.
...__...... _Lee, Wllburn, Linn sketch) M. B Cookie Haumun and the boat and)hoites
Vuia and Billy Clark Mother Alma Jane LlndgrenMarJle
The Falconer of God" ._ __ ---Carol Virginia Lee tlAcaElt WEACT TO WIVES Hot Sandwiches Home Made i i
._William tow Benet I ,JImmy-Bruce Wagner ANNUAL DINNER THVK8DA1
I\ Mary Eleanor William Scene: Hour of bedtime Sacred Heart Club' -annual and ICECREAMDAILY
I and ham dinner will be served
I dish
1 The Garden" Selected American BeauUef" Translated. I
Thursday from 11:30 till 8 Rot Lunches
Carol Virginia Le.Pattsvas" from the German by Abel Seaman -
.. Lowell -. clock in the clubhouse next to
Amy the Sacred Heart Church.
Alma Jane LlndgrenAt Marie-Mary Eleanor William
I The society will !nave on sale
Kate-Alma Jane Undzren.
the Sign of the Cleft Heart"j I work ._. '
( playM) Thetdns.a bsrrlaop Iivelet-Marjr",Aitt Brown also ical novelties cakes, fancy and trop- Lramr.!L4JHE : L.
AnM-ltrltt."mrkMM XEleanorBarbara
Love. .Shirlt' Harkness
Ann Wllllallllfk'ene r Motorcades from the other
; Maiden -Mary Eleanor William : Tea time In the garden at I Catholic churches' of the countyare r
t tbt"r I Marie home v expected*
Scene time."Purpose.\Lm e shop In spring DIXIE DRUG

tdgar: A Guest' : I ,
.' l_ weahar I REDLAND CAFE TIle Rexall Drug Store
"Down Wm.tk lB>r.w. !

.,_...? Walter Ben Hart I MRS. A. NABORS. Prop. J Homestead, Florida t
Mart Ann Brown
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jrat M the another sit quttt the
Peeler flr-t rrMbrterUa. Church children and their needs. That's
!wit, and Lamar P. Kendrick entertained and Mrs. Ira J. Haynes celebrated ai Mother Nature has faaMonad. 'at aeeaateadEDITOR'S why He gave us the Lord day.It .
at their home Sunday their wedding ..nnlYftMryFebrual'f them and therefore need no alterations li the day that we cannot do
celebration of the 22 or additions to make thema NOR: This to tilt
night in twenty.second quietly at their homeIn without. "Remember the Sabbath '
perfect dessert third of a series of articles on
of :Mr Ken- Sevilla. :
anniversary Sabbath obaenwAM day to keep It Holy.
drlrk's sister :Mil Marguerite Mrs. Haynes a grandniece of, Their established importance In t>y the Rutland & sponsored There to another loving appeal :
"Wol\am, and the eleventh anntvermry Zachary Taylor, twelfth presidentof nutrition and as sources of the terial Association from the Father to His .children In ,

*f Mrt. Kendrlek't ion, Hobtrt the United States and a aeoond needed vitamins and minerals toto ministerial la Isaiah U: 18, 14 to which It we :
In the meeting
Kuhn cousin of Grace Moore opera..In'-I generally well-known that hearken we may delight ourselves
er and cinema star, Florida people should be alert to which these article originated in the Lord and He will cause uito i
Music and game were enjoyed, there was strong note to the
advantage to be derived from : Tide upon the Ugh places of
and afterward two birthday cakes 1 their effect that try to appeal to aO
daily use in the diet.
the earth and feed with the
were cut and served with let B. r. W.C. MEMBERS WILL who do not observe the Lords I
ATTEND DISTRICT MEETING I A dessert that has been a favorite heritage of Jacob our father.
cream. day--through love rather than denouncement
one for a long time follow: There art torn who disregard
Several members I for the sin of Sabbath
of the Homestead
Thoae present were: Mr. and 1 Florida Ambreela'I Sunday became they say It Isn't
Business and desecration.
Mrt.. Orlando Wollam. Mrt. M. P. I I the Sabbath. True it tent the
Wollam May Hall Mrs C. CfhampHn Women's Club are planning to attend orange I know of no more loving appeal seventh day of the week but Sabbath -
Mn. O. L. WaJ/dron/ J. M. -district meeting of the B. % cup coconut shredded than the words of our loving Heavenly doetnt mean seventh It
P. W. C. in Hollywood Sunday.No H cup powdered sugar Father "Remember the Sab-
I Wollam, Harold Lumpkln John meant "rest" or cessation. And
and Dorothy Kuhn and little Joyce meeting was held this week Remove rag from oranges and bath day to keep It 11017," Wa we respond to love-appeals of .
Wollnm because the club I* operating a cut in thin alien across "the grain" must keep In mind the fact that our Lord as we rind our Sabbath-
i booth at the fair. The next meeting reserving all the Juice that escapes God U our heavenly father and the rest Some work are permissible
Sunday afternoon Robert entertained will be held March S it the and discarding all core, or tact that He gave the law doesn't on the Lord' day. Theyare
: a number of hit friends home of Mrs. J. X. Gaiuoni.MR. remove pulp, segment by segment make Him less loving. Karl the work of necessity and

lit the Kendrick home. Jack and,I a* grapefruit section are prepared. Barth. the present outstanding mercy. But we are to be guidedby

I hula Kemp won prices in a blng'o AND MR.&. SOMMER I Arrange oranges in serving dish German theologian hat the -pro Ood'a law and word, not man's,
game and Dorothy akd John Ku: tin ENTERTAIN QI: CUM Sprinkle each layer with part of I conception of God's majesty In what constitute a work at neceulty -
won the Cinderella contest 'I the coconut and Pour and but not of the rathar'i
Mr.And Mrs.. L. 8. Somaner entertained sugar. glory ; or mercy W* worship on
Punch mind birthday, aVe wen r la* Teacher1 Bridge ,Juice that escaped from fruit while k>Te. HI conception at Cod I* the fait day of the week because
served 'to those resent: Athlej", Club at their ihome to Downer slicing overall and serve very cold. m high that he James the better our Lord caa from the dead that

Jack and Paula Kemp, WayrvSherry t Palms Tuesday night lira. W. Orange Custard part-the understanding that God day. Ha tent the Comforter that
j and John *nt Aorothj r R. CM and J. Webster won the 1 cups milk to our Father and can and does '''. Be established (Mia church

I Cuba high DOOM priies. 2 egg yolks stoop to the seeds CIf His children that day. He ascended into heaven

Those: present wet: Mr. and J-4 cupliar that day-.mem oar the lord's
lira frank Webb, Mr. and Mrs.Oft. 1-8 teaspoon lilt that has escaped from oranges day. The day and al the law of :

tI' 'W.kfk'Id, Mr. and fdra. :2 teaspoons flour during slicing process to the powdered Scripture-not the law of man.

The Calendar Be.vo Webb, Mr. and M... Bird, H teaspoon vanilla flavoring. -sugar, mix thoroughly and wet given out of the heart of our
Mr. and Mrs.. Webster and Mr. and 4 oranges pour over the fruit Sprinkle with loving heavenly fathe>r-*emember

, Mn.Sommert. 2 stiffly beaten.gg whites coconut and serve very cold. His day
Mar: 1-Meeting l of sUDad4. 5 tablespoons augur.
!. Garden Club ,at ShankUn grovi e BRIDGE PARTY IS GIVEN Heat the milk. &ttAIIe, .egg !
In Florida City at 3 p. m. FOR MIL AND MRS. Ml'ENCH yolks Mix 1-4 cup of sugar, lilt {

Mar. 1-Mtetlng of Junior Wo- Mr. and Mn Louis F Muench of and flour and add to eggs, beating AGAIN N0RGE LIMS!

man's Club of Homestead. Springfield Mo., who will leave until smooth Add hot milk and

Mar 2 W. M. 3. meeting 1 Ir i ,Saturday after a visit here with cook in double boiler until eggs 4jn Hjjifi w IT ** rt $& $ '* run*

Homestead Method \ Church ai t l Mn C. W. McEwen Mn Muench's and flour have thickened the mix- '

3p.m. mother, were guests of honor at abridge lure stuming constant/ Remover I OBMtMCwIJ n P fS PA ANJ

Mar. Neighborhood Out, p.Hl. given by Miss Miriam from heat and chill Pare the :
meeting at L. B. Sommert home. Burton st her home on Krome orange and die) into serving '
avenue. Mr. and Mn Muench dish Add vanilla to the chilled
1 Mar. J Supper Club meetlnit ,,
mixture and then Add
Lee H. Lehman home won the high score prize, and Mr. pour over
and Mrs. Frank B. Lucas won the the B tablespoons M sugar grad
ll Mar. 3-W. M. U. circle meetings -, low word prizes.A uaUy,to till beaten egg whites and

continue Seating until smooth and
chicken salad course wai served Every Norg appliance
Mar. S-Meeting of Woman'i glossy. Heap the -meringue on
and George Washington hatch 10 fca OM or aaore disttac-
Auxiliary of Presbyterian Church. top 4Jf the custard and serve. (
ets war given a* favort tire advantage
Mar..4-Sacred Heart Club' annual Those present were! Mr. and .' Orang Delight Hurt aaake for bet-

dinner In clubhouse. Mn. E.: B. Blackburn. Mr. and 1 orange, medium size a amtar
; depend-
.Mar: P-T. Mrs.. Theo J. Mr. and nor
Roland A. sponsored Dales Mn. t cup crushed pineapple
expression recital of Katerlne J. A. McDaniel, Mr. and Mn. Lucas H cup of ooonut> shredded e.. ar ableatoeeccnosaloa1

Fisher Schaeffer pupila Mr. and Mrs. Muench Mn H. H cup powdered sugar performance.Each .

Mar 4-Comui Club meeting at P. McDaniel and the hostess :2 banana I te Its own

H P. McDaniel home. Mr. and Mn Muench were din- S-4 cup strawberries ort *tt way save tine
ner guests of Mr. and Mn Ceo chunk (w w
Mar. S-All day meeting of W. cup.papaya phtM work, many See
M. U. Barnes on Thursday Tare 4be orange and cut In them today.
t small cubes reserving all Juice
Mar. Episcopal Woman'i Lucky I that escapei Peel bananas and
Auxiliary meeting in church at "So you served in Franca," com. .
scrape away all the stringy Outside ru"Mr ens- tare we n.Ywey .r
2:30: p. m rented the restaurant boa a* he i portion, using a silver knife Cut HX THC NOME WORK YOU MY

Mar. Teacher's Club meeting tried the new cook' coup. 1 the bananas Into cubes. Or, if berries -

at Frank Webb home. "Ye air, officers mess, and t are used, cut each In half

Mar. 10-W. M. U. meeting In wounded twice." J JI lea very small. Mix *''''.\un-I 'II ]I .lIJn "N swttNO4Mr$ t hIIUUI: r alum
Tint Baptist Church. "You're.. certainly lucky," continued 1 pineapple and banana <*c.'

Mir>11=+ArenwClub, meeting I .the boa, "it's a wonder ,I:errie or papayas) and arrange ctfrtinoiThe tni itrnii "If" "UIII'
they didn't kill you." J In sherbet glusset. Add the Juice I
Mar. U-Election: meeting of heart of the None Refttojaator The 1M7 Norg Range are

... woman., '! Club of Homestead ,. the basis of phenomenal performance style leaden performance
MuUt4 kV M. S. circle meet*, i*the famous KoOatcr with* smooth leadcra-aisdaMral Advanced
Ingt. : easy toltinf power. la the new Norge. convenience feature are the
"Kar/j**-Meeting of Woman'i : the Rotator has been actually improved result of Investigation .....
Club ot"e
Mar. IS Rain or Shine CW: rent used. Among many Improved fea- .Choose. a tfcrf*Range
'bBwill Udda- this "
meeting wjth. Mn. Fred Redd. SmuuOLD 'tor.!

:; leronaseddesa'bIli rI 1.art" .poan> a) result in
I shelf anangnment, trktuaOy taking and...** lee doe
t, :' a choice ct new Norg Range today.
FASHIONED arrandemrnt ia theme Many' jnodd sod otaon fenDegas

\ efrigaMton. saw....a.aa Oft : toctMoavLIU
.- Beauty

BARGAIN DAYS fII 1tailfllfl( tll IUt.n.LUIl
True beauty demands .
tile beat .of car at all i in iiutwttiei 8rlhitlll
"times. 'Whether yfru i Come and share In the festival of Value In this Only Now offer the With host, proses

wish a wave a facial telling Event of outstanding importance! nit I* Aotvbuitt Waster sad speed DndU
*manicure of
ale other e..JrtIaI.14.any an End of Joe Month Clearance of Specially"Priced with new Pressure- BI"III'*n e'.dp 0XItr0" the

U beauty, you'll find Merohandlae Drive up today! Indieatar Wrlagefthat Norg Duotrol XraaarI
the skilled operator atPat. moves time,,movie way to learn to ..*
'. Beauty Parlor work.moves cbCbt*. -tart and efficient.: .
ready to sent you I
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y / 1IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII01II1IIIIIIUllllllllimli( ( (traded much attention SISal Soilade Said Soil Aid I I portant In normal plant growth F, S. C. W. Starts Move i.-.

1 i will soon be one of the chief products -I And Insect RepellantThe i The official and research staff For National Peace Day

I of Dade County, Judglni I'of Soiled Inc. conducted experiments --

f 20 Years Ago from present IndieaUcti" for three yean before otter Tallahassee, Feb 2J-Letter* to ]d
-"Wilbur Nabors who has beer)
ever Increasing popularityof i Ing the product for Ml*. the first TOO college all over the United
attending school for the past tin Soilade If Justified Its result factory was established at Lantana States asking them to Join Florid

(11I11I1111I11111111I11111I11I! ( UlIlIU II HIIIIIII weeks Georgia. has" returned to hi* home Ir In increased quality and higher FUu, but within a year it State College student In celebrating F.
yields of all fruits and vegetables wu evident that the small plant "National Peace Da ''' Thursday
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Tile MUwIm Item are takes -"W. K. Walton attended the five
Ull_ IIM HIM wi 11M e..w.d say officials of the company Soll- there with an output of toni April 22, have been sent .
.' K:"',*rlM MUMIMW4 M.,. li. nil Dade County fair this week having ade radical departure from oldtime dally' would be Inadequate. A out by the college government .1f
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Ik* Milk PkrUla a. m tMr
exhibit on display there. site elected in Miami and
Ort If. last with .... .._ an. method of manufacture has new wa executive council here v
Mad-Last... -"Dr. S. S. Shield was 'one ol! resulted In a fertilizer that restore there was constructed In 1934 one
the number in charge of the MIami to the oil, I correct balance of! of the mOlt modern and strangeto Since observance the plan for I national "

r Feb. 22. 1117. Land and Development Company's mineral, colloidal and organic elements i say the most beautiful fertilizer peace was conceived
exhibit at the fair this lit tho state college, the date has
plants In the South. .
In a product that Is clean
been from 17
t -"C H. Moffett and wife who week. and free from putrlfactlve organic I Since that time the volume of April changed 22 to conform April with the to 4,

t have been heN for while visiting -"The Hon. W. J. Bryan will lecture materlala, they say It contains also business has Increased rapidly and change of date made by some col.plannlr.a 'If
(. their son, John Moffett have returned in Homestead school auditorium repellant materials that aid ma- i capacity operations are now maIntained : leges to hold antiwarstrikes I
to theIr home In Virginia Saturday evening, March the 1a ,
terially In reducing soil borne infestations throughout growing
t. -"W. D. Horne Packing House Is 110. ,. I of diseases and insects : stawn Company operated win on; thai day. 1b
K very busy place Just now. They "Isabel Grew, Margaret Robertson An outstanding i.E181m an in innovation hoi so- and dealer rii..tilbul .rr I -
exx-it| 10Ct.t/ four or five can of r and Lota Holland accompanied In the fertilizer Industry maintained at it).iKgl, paint ti l wI i I I- n pi'i'sinled by Carl T DI
tomatoes off by Saturday. Toma- by Mils Oray went to MI- Is the Soilade method of handling/ throughout the state. I Warner wflio has been with the 4. orIe
tars are. running about 60 per cent ami, to the fair Wednesday, for the the easily leached soluble salts By 1 South Dade County 11 served by I compnro since! i its( l'on'phol1.I1r1
mid the f. o. b. price at :
fan M
purpose of demonstrating baking exclusive process the materials (i compmsoperated warehouse hiic be,'i .in .lent, of H"tn"sIt'odfOi
him been around $2.50 I
Homestead I powder biscuit and Aunt Dinah's are so processed that the loss from looted m Homestead andtlii,, mark. a very satisfactory figureindiid I lotoakes' leaching I II greatly' reduced, the i !
feeding action Is more evenly din 1
"Mr. James from Steel North I -The death of Mrs C. H. Mot-
-Dakota vlsitod at the home of S.I felt mother of J. B. Moffett and trlbuted and the plant or tree b) t 2(

F and I. R. Matthew Tuesday ''' Mr*. Twyman, occurred Suddenly a more even system of feeding t al
Contractor Umphrey hat begun on ,the 20th, ult, from gastritis grow a more normal and healthylife. V II:
Also Included besides the
1 Mr Moffett 92 of.
work on the town halt by was years age UI
blaittng th* freest'and rock to and.w.II poor health when, she three principle elements, nitrogen
cam to Florida from her horn In phosphoric acid and potash, are the 111W
the lot In shape for
i get eonatrue.1 minor but Important elements,
tion operatlona. It 1* h Virginia I t(
have the building finished 11Uu'ee -"Mr. Switzer\ who has been manganese, magnesia, calcium sulphur ex
months" I I pending ( short time In Cuba, re- Iron, copper, 'carbon line,I \
-"I. F Umphrey very busy now turned to Florida City last week. titanium and sodium or a total t 0C 0s 01.t
Hie report l very pleasant trip 13 elements_ allot. hflla.n
'building k large platform to the
W D Horn Packing House -I -"M" Smith( ,. Mr*.'McSweeney's Ofj al'ex
'Lester and Russell Moaer motored mother, passed away on Saturday
to West Palm Beach Wednesday morning, February 24, after one MAKES OLD ROOMS // HV/ 0a
week Illness. She her :
on buslne."J. ..." was nearing
M. Hunt of Florida City eightieth birthday but until week alC
caught a panther and two little ago had been able to be up. An ,
; }< rubs last week." invalid for 18 years, getting about There nothing give ..w.llf.' to a room like d.

} -"P. D. Lamb I Ia around main only by the use of crutches, she eelort Give.tr. rooms new cheer, for Arab '"

\ after being laid up on account of was a dear old lady and will be mty.: winter day*--redecorate! Ifr>
; Injuries sustained in his work." missed by all who knew her. The '
-"The Improvement Society met family have the sympathy of the life genuine 'A'
with Mrs. Umphrey Wednesday community" (Princeton) a"
f Present were: Mesdames B. A. -"Home Packing House will ship EUGENE Permanent ",.'U be glad to suggest color schemes IXU

\ j Caves,J. R. Dorsey, R E. Edward, four' can of tomatoes this week. $s4.'eolli.g Wavesba" rich warm hue to make cold room Ceased
{ W. J. Barton T. R Lyons, Hill, PrIces rang $150 or better tab. act 'lasting curls-that's die light colon and finishes that reflect '11 fullmeasure tIcl
'. R. M. Huntley S. A. King and Homestead. A car contains about Hut of I penh_'rou'"lilt." '
i : Fish" 500 crates. The value of these'our of sunlight for dark rooms.
Plied ihiCs W kind trt give.
-.M. O:M, Budd Wit hostess can to growers (less packing Jo we do geaulM Eugene pIt
to the C. D. Club Thursday Present charge of" 95e per crate) would II ,awing,.with gtnuint! Eugene .

were Mrs Budd, Mr*. J. b* 5000. Sachets. Let '"s "d and gleam
t.rout Freshly painted room, new gloss
Florida 823 crates
Dorsey Mrs. E. F. Brooker City chipped I
I hair. lot she with
sews M. .
J. W. English, Mrs W. R. R.I tomatoes. week ending February Mini tiaduljiions tat tuwfwg on woodwork refinished loon, make housecleaning W
Mrs W. J. Tweedell, Mr W. U. One solid car of cabbage wa fxesBush's j' 10 much eaalerl Phone us for estimate W
hipped and I Caves, Mrs. S. J. Kane and Mr I n'
*. If It Isn't convenient to pay cash, yen
Hobbs" I I bean brought Twenty-nine$800 1 hamper o. b last of Barber Shop can take advantage of the FHA pay-eul-of- len

March I, 1917. I week, but price hal advanced to !!FfA Income plan. Convenient monthly payment II
-"P. C. Halnlin was at the Dade I, $1250 T. A. Feaster I.I a big & Beauty Parlor .1 : .. ] redecorating.
'. County Fair this week, winner on beans, as he has a fine sss.ecw make It unnecessary to postpone tib1
o after the dial exhibit, which at-1 crop and price are out of light" Mill Lillie Brawn Operator b1a1,

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I W. D. HORNE CO., Inc. IIIw

FRANK L. SKILL, Owner- toO

SHANKL1N GROVE Phone BW-JT Ifomestea4, Florid,

t Miles South of Redland Fair 1

; sIitdM'rlflJ1l
:\; Corner Redland Road and Palm Avenue /i Mile West of Florida: City 7k ati

: I \ See the only citrus fruit grove la the world'with a Health Food Factory manufaelurlag "

: i "HARMONY HEALTH FOODS. dehydrated, concentrated element for health and longevity ,
See imell and taste these lovely fresh tomb en display-Health Jellies, Jam. Manna

hue, Candied Orange reek Fresh Fruit Juice 4k

Observation Tower, Solarium 8m Bathing, Metaphysical Healing Treatment, Shower and! 01WNENYOU-
Tul .Bath.. '-day cleansing, 7-day Health Menu
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Level 1 Temple Pineapple LM Olin Gong Valencia Orange Once, Due

: ; T.arerllleed'Hi MM! Common Grapefruit r..bel-AII Orange. TangeriM*, I i

t = Orapefrult, ec mixed.MoncySavlng. en.befuato"altloc.cbut
the fun ta sinking money eoft
wbert's your
t ><
i : Prices Effective to Apr. 1, 1937 **blades?Proba Jr.at 4 tot 10*.offer, -

: WHOLESALE: 21% DISCOUNT ON SlUt WORTH OR Mon yon a double edge blade of known quality. //a
Probak Jr.glides 1
Md bra pedal procew,
\ L Fancy Special wrapped We eeemuertlal box about H Ib*. ___fit*
through toughest whiskers without pull or ( /
L Cbokr'wdpped, ,busied boxx: Wit It **<-?- /r---_._-_IS.M irritation.ProbU Jr.I*mad by the world1 4'

i S. Lovely, wrapped.' '...-.... bushel ban. abed 1} labs..___f til largest blade Doanafacturcr.Buy a package

I ( 4. Beaut If... wrapped ei*-f.nrlb' commercial box but S3 lbs,._____Jtja cif thest smooth+haTlpgrajor blade today f
i .. Nice. wrapped ne-feurlh bushel box absent IT Ib*. ...,. ? ,1."

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See Our Exhibit Booth at the Fair BLADES

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J I'J Friday. February 26.1937 THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Page Fifteen

TlSSir TO TALK say "Sitter" and lisped Tlstle" ldnhlp/ there it no charge 01U3'

: I I Instead kind. The park naturalist wilt

Asked what advice she would a* Ujqt rate*] bird lectum one

; fF) OLD DAYS AT impart to any young person wlafc SIX for each troop visiting UM CLASSIFIED ADS i I II

: ins to succeed in life she say. park. All Interested scout leaden

"Don't be a quitter." are urged to communicate witfe]? RATE: First Insertion I Of a line; subsequent insertion

.F.S.C.W.ONMAR.3Jfatron "Tlasi la looking forward to Oscar Baynard, Highland Hammock I 80 B lineor

: her broadcast when she will get State Park Sebrlng. f

to talk W "her girls". She plansto particular a* to open date for

at Tallahassee visit the college in the spring use of the Seminole Indian VQlagi I FOR RENT I j FOR SALE Chayotea TV Bdot.

and some day to get a I trailer and for their troop. The park I Ia on .; Chine spinach to I II lb-.
.' From 1911 to 1925 on visit the state college girls all over the border of Highlands and Hills: TO RENT-furnished house, *um- j I tree spinach lie: lb.; lemon Ua

d i fir Radio Broadcast Florida. borough counties. Ished cottage, and furnished i,I dos; okra. market price; arise

Other broadcasts will be made cabin. Rent reasonable. See Jelly. Mr*. Ceo. W. Kostl. Sr.

LEGAL NOTICES I Barber Avocado drive at Seaboard Plununcr Dr. and Redland Rd.
during T. S C W. Weekto
Tallahassee; Felt. J -To hundreds Railroad. I I
(pf2S :
of Florida Slate College I II Jacksonville: Clearwater St NOTICB or APPLICATION roB TAI 'FOR SALE-Shetland pony and

graduate and former student i Petersburg, .Orlando Miami and c...... Dean Kill "o. salt aaddle. M. A. Berger, Homestead -

March I of "F S C. W. Week" Tallahassee. MOTICC la ilK.ICilY GIVEN jibe:1 FOR SALE () I If)
J.- and Small. 5w.lr ......... of .....:
will be a significant date. I One Cmmtv T.. Onfflnit* No. lalar toiM1 !
.. .. .. FOR SALE Coconut palm plant R. I. RED FRYERS-Llve or drcssi -
UM 7U r af Aua-aM. A. D. I. .kai
S their Seminole Huts in
that date at
For on p. m. filed MM ta mr .ffh.. ami kaa M... apltoatloa .. two feet tall See lVlne.at..1 i ed. Free delivery In city. Phone
beloved Tlssle" 'will broadcast Available for Scouts tat m tat aW I II RaU. Cartlffcala aaikraaM the follow.In. 53J-M. McEwen Poultry Plant
/ over station WCOA ,Jn Penaacola 4wrlM property In UM Oaanty ol; ave. (pmS !;

I on the subject "Florida State College Sebrlng, Feb. 25-In Highlands Dad. agile .of. KktTkta.....It, I GUAVA JUICE '1 per gallon.
Lit I. Nla k. I. Rk5. Crook .
Then and Now" Hammock State Park\ there i* a Plat ."..... 11'... 14, In The Jaunty FOR SALE You can make Jungle' Grove, Redland.
"TI..I," It Mr*. Sara Landrum real Seminole Indian village built "f Dade,..... 01 i *J. 0..M and n' per year It you I II
The aaoam.l of told property an..la I FOR SALE Guavas So lb.
buy this store for only; $310001 only
Cawthon, matron of Florida State over a year ago by a band of Seminoles V MM cartlfhata. heard WM !. the nmall I i
i For full partlcui i in small quantities. Jungle.
College from 1011 to 1825 who : who came to the park for a Uak plus Inventory. I
11.1_ MM iwttflrate hell .. mlarwi.t I Grove Redlund.CAR1SSAS .
,I knew it In the days when leu than visit Undoubtedly this i* identical ........... U law. tM __ aVaerIMtkarrlo i see Scherr Feed tt SupplyStore i I
formed the I' will ka add ta the tUlwat aMoalt q (fJtf)
200 young women to many other Indian villages the CvarVJioaM dew aa the NrM ..... 1 I lOc qt CUTTINGSand
student body and who has watched I that had been built in the ham- day In tka aioatk of ....h. lilt, whkk. I klh ; I PURE GROVE HONEY-:heavy, SMALL PLANTS for salt

its growth with Increasing Interest mock by the Seminoles In year .I.t...6m, at Murk. Itt?. delicious. Bring your container 'I Mr*. Ceo. W Kosel. Jungle
1> this nib day of '''11.'''. IMt.1C. .
until today It hat approximately I past when this great hammock a. LEATHMIMAN. Honest quarts. The Sage Grove I Grove Redland road and Plum-

nine tiroes>> that number of student wt their camping and hunting Clark at Cltr.lt Oiart, I King Highway, east of Krome
w Dade Caua -.
vlio'rome.'front tIS of TlorktQ't; 17 grounds. .c ,, Cbwtt Coat _.. ave (]2/tf). i I lUSCELLAN'OUS'C1L1tLOTn :

counties and 23 other state, and The'tame kinds of wild life are By N. C. iTEitirrt D. c.
.4,011090, -. i. II. it) FOR SALE Finest quality MRS. : O. STEB1: ,
countries. She now live with sow present that they '''Ied0 .j PDUI-I

one of. her sisters ft J14 West hunt-deer, wild eats racoons, IN Tim CIRCUIT roi'RT or ,.a.i try products live or certified CulberUon teachr. of
BLIVRNTBJ JUDICIAL <1K( I'lT Ik I B. Caves, 107 N, E, first avenue. ; contract bridge, private or d.j
Gadsden. Street fcntacola, .wjaereshe .opossum*, faxes arty squirrels, AND FOR OA"I VOVNTT rLeemIN A'
(aket iq tcVrp Interest In club wild turkeys and duck and other CNANrKRT NO. 4,... t (pmcfi 11)1 i i I 111101Cd: up your own H ur-
WIIHOI.A8 Ml"<'H ri.BON. Plaintiff. +.. 1
and) chinch' ,worlf.i.end says ahe I Is smeller edible birds with tyi I* ALmA M. MirMAKI.aoN. ,..", _.., FOR KALE- Citron, fresh or pre. some See Mrs. Steber at Mr*.

,'cofTjSHInjrjala: for ii book ot menu great difference that the present Oasis ma PI ICATION served. Tropical tomato mincemeat ,lAW; Bucker'l home at Moddlo.
wICRAMJON. (ra> **
sirs which the intend to wrKsr wild inhabitant of the hammockare unknowns. -and sandwich fitting 8ox. PIANO TUNING
about Florida State College. are and are never molested TOM ore ....>..> trtmt ..._. to tin ( 11'1. ftpalrlD"I
20c J5c. Calamondlat in
Good used
Bill af Cnaalalnl for 4' WM IM walMnm ; pint piano for tale cheap
When she t.n1to Florid* 'Stl tColiI'll' In any way. I* !*. chose MyM. MUM, an the HI I small lots lOe qt. Mr*. Ceo W. I W. E. Koon. lib N. W. Sri fit
then were only two I This Indian village In Highlands 11 of April, A. D. IMT. aUwrXw lktlkmUMia < Kosel Jungle Grove.
wIu : ,
aaM Bill ka takenus"Fesed
Hammock State Park 1 ideal
and an 'I
dormitories a gymnasium, I by 7-M.
t'Ao cottages, and the former administration place for both the Boy Scout and THIS ORDKHw ka ..hlk)..4 III Tki'I I MANGO CHUTNEY Sean ot. rS9n WANTED
Girl Scout leader to bring their L.do.Ent.epel.. lot lour O.O.Mmuvq l
under .. a pint Jungle Grove. '
building was 'i
members troops for a camp. There are plentyOf aIM Fobrwrp 11Ith. A. II. 111I1. WANTED TO BUY-Sugar cane,
construction. Eleven
Indian shacks to keep them dry I. B. LKATHFRHAM.: FOR SALE-Ripe oranges, tangerines -I mangoes, all kinds of tropical

were In the graduating clan, the plenty of good wood and water, M, Clark SWIfT of, Deputy Circuit Cowt.Ry Clark.. I grapefruit: fryers, em, fruits and produce. S. Rosen, TIt

said. AU this afford a sharp privacy and plenty of space to get ICL Ct 8..'I| 1 Dr. Shanklln Grove, '4 mile 135th street. New York rlty,

contrast to the present time when the real things In scouting in the CARR MHdtora* (CARR er Plaintiff.irak. i| west of Florida City, o30-tt)

there are over a dozen dormitories natural way. There it not a day It. It t*. Mar. t. It). LEGAL NOTICE
and academic the _
building on that scout cannot do tracking of I
campus consisting of approximately -
real wild animal
80 acre of land. Today approximately To scout troop under adequate I WANT ADS PAY I NOTICE M HKRrUY It8.VF.JIhat Ml,tort,
JM students tonsil' THI CIRCUIT Juma, IT. .kuMrr. emitter. af l 11, -fUHMMl
KIKVKNTH I.rrtall.rr."T. Tan (VrtlflMUi NuaikrrM JM., ,,
tute the graduating class each May. i I ..
---- -- I I AND FOR DADS COIINTT. and HIM. dated the ask day of J"
IN The woman who mothered many i IEl MIIIMIN ""NTt:.. I- ., ..ffbe. aad ban adaeM/.tk." fur
a Florida State College 'Ir ...nd We Specialize in I '|'JA PIAS HI'NTnt. ,.-,..arLOIIIDA'j I... had ... show I.eaa In ............
I I napes roB PI' I wllk lav laid Cootlf...... __.. the
whose name i* known far and I NJ IDA VIA* HUNThR. (.... r.'....'." aWrrlk miany. .._.... la
wide lay the thing she ehjoyed : DEVELOPING CITRUS GROVES t kanwalVan Dada comply, t.......... Iran
her are hash rmilra4 la appMr ta ka I IAN 4. Mlork IS, North Wad Raa most during stay at the college i I. Limes and Lemons IBIII af VoamlalM far Tirana I filed amlaat A.MIM AddllkM' Plat Heads I, Paa 55.
was watching the develop j Including: I taw In the ....... au>M ro_. oa The Uk la tka COY .> Miami, County af llada; ,
ment of character and poise in the I ISHIPP any at Aare A, D Ins otherwise tkalllamUvai kVala ft rTarida aa taikraMd I. Orllflmla .
Also Sell Stock No. lilt Tk
We Nursery W MM .111 WIN ka laaa* .. ainiiiiaipiilof
girls. She was always "",.te"' to --tor.... MM fmpertr ....... 1ha Mid i'fttfkau .
them. The students had I'' Title oasts 1o be ....W...... I. 'hot laauad WM m UM aaiaa of ')"-

up this pet name for her picked & L. L. WILLIAMS '! .Ld.keRa5.ryrle.d. : f. lour sn a.ostlveleaaka kaawnU4 14. slob IS, North Wm Brvri.IkM

heard, I .d irakraarrNOTIT Wtk, A. It 117B. Avemse Addition PIN Io.. ,.
one of her younger I' ... LKATMKBHAN. la ,... IHr: W Miami! Co..l'fIkula
itt the college call her that The Homestead, Florida I (..... name goes back to their childhood' IfF M. SWIFT. 0..... t.:....... Varlltlcata: Ha au... Tl..wea.
,_ CL ",.. maM oC MM prtwariy aadrr the MidUamfkvtd
when her sister to .
younger tried a CARli Mad waa In the MUM af
1tC'1. '..... for P1.5,.000.Well. Ilnk...
U. ,.. aa, Mar .. III.I Votes gold ftI'h.toa .hall 116 5.4..."
.4 1. dad .111 "
OP themes .a ...:.:7., of FWrwry, ::D.
mcATioN roi TAX ,...,.
\ FIRED ,...... this lltk day of ,....". A. D.
!I. : MOTItR; 18 HkKKHY GIVEN Obit '' K R. LtATMrilMAV.
> i ( I Ad*. U Wriratt 5 .IJ..f State ,m4 Gawi-' ; Ckrk c* riaiaH Seel: .
I' 'OP'Tat'M"Ifk.t. No. ItM Maud thfKt k?, '" Da* dully H.,,,,,,,.
\|day nf July A. D 114 hoe flM MI* la ClraaH Court Bnl.hr .
Uy dike. and haa ward aMUMtlun far
i a, tai dad.. to_kt .loomed HMMKI Dow Tarllflrato Waa. H M. Fia t, I II. It)
.b tka roUowlaK Mrrlbi<4
Real Estate Iproprrtr la the CaaMf:: at II.... tula oft
Shell..wl l ENERGY and
I ,.... ...
II 5. 54. D. 'ell_ ,.....
I Plot 11.mk 4. .'_ ",. is the Oouny TESISTANCEFROM
I d Dade, Ot.o d n...... I II
t... The awesome" of Mid patsy ..ad"l YOUR FOOD
l the .N. _If.... Wad .in the seem
Jf I L. O J.wkl and Jets Wlakarkauaar WITHOUT GAS OR BLOAT
| Valve ...... ,
aald aanlfUala/ ka md.
-, Spend two hours with us seeing the vast farms of potatoes, aiwordla ta ...... the yninrrtr dmrlktad aulr4 -
Iharala will ka cold la the hl-vises kuaWal Rea CROON L'y.r.u- soy
Ika (!aarvkaaM wnr aa UM fie Moa- rn.dlelne sea111ning the "7 Herbs. .f
tomatoes and other crops.. We have some of the most moderncountry1 lay la the aioata af Mawk IN7. wkM 1 14........ 04lrkl7 el..o' bowels, .
''r '.... ... ...
tka IM day rf ....... IMT I II'' Invnaoraloo May
Datad Ikla ",.. *., aT ,.....,.. ItSTE. 551on Utl,". safely ''','''.lat...
-. homes equipped with city conveniences news I U. LrATHRIIMAM perlfytn5 liver bll. rellovlne Con.stlpstlea .
:.. Clark af Clrrvlt Totirt.Uaa Roar 5towseh. Ieda.abs'
I lohwl/ Dado Casaty. rlebla, I' M111ouss.as., Ei.aia Arldllf sad 1
; Cuuse IoaL ibar sickening symptoms tl alll 4
... papers, milk and mail delivery daily. When you own a grove joy N. C. RTCRRETT. V. C d is..41... whUb. mar quick I 4..loa
I IS, Ktk> t. It. |'I.I f .Info _.. .....rai>l tfla..... Oat
t the .P5". that Saps roar ."....
-' in the Redland District you are only forty minutes out of Miami I NOTICE I 1 Go' filed creep "' _11" _,.
Paramal! ta Ika *rka af lartlaa '
'S04 of the Kaaklni Art '"f 155:, Mtfea his>
where a large portion of your fruit or poultry and eggs k rk< aim ky The fin Natloaal. R.akat FLU
/(__ ,. the ally af naataa4
:Btala d HWIda. Wat the llaklllty impale
are used. When you visit the packing plants you will see the wml the koliura af ahana af IU aMiaaa I
.ware N the Poo .'kids Btttloa HH,
i|U B. a..wrd BUIMM, ..01. aa4 I WARNING
value derived this district. 'twuaa si of aw r...... -.v, Aak, a.aa .
from | < do4. ikall aMM, aa duty f. in?. Ba' aMila aai fla a a atfHiix,
be words
J I Br arwir a( Ika Boar d IMraMan ..ar ara taking Ra* Oraaa C:*'
J. J. SkUUIDON, CaMhr ....
.I'.I'I Mar, advise will show rMM '
/0ea 5 .11.. i aaat Ibaaa I riBCUSARI things
I I ; "at ......,
swag maw ow

't HENRY BEHRENS W.11ORRISa ; II.. cress 1. ,.GAIP11..W as :

.. BENJ. NEWT G. BALL .....,_. L Mrs.I .
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-, : REO. BROKER SALES MGR. i Rotary P.bU* r 4 "OM Auerd hed4.arhr. _..

I vmt nct'iuNCB ANDs |< *
Phone 91 : ....*.lT. I. Was TRONO lIt ::>-
STORED usa .,
n. bleed aalla nr atmvillnalxanaa
: s : M M. Kraaaa A**. I>oe'l play link a aoM.IHrlka .
I barn at N""Mi ... fla v..k
1' i the ."41 ACTION al IU4 Oraaa
Car TaaM Ita M .ranMa.'ar .

, I thjtt tfacawMa and a>tM a r awfma '
aM an null... a** IM O t. ; 7" II..T..j >k far Chest QUa .la. .... ...CMa
.._ .555 aline ,eo. Marxly' 011_

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Page Sixteen THE LEADER.ENTERPRISE Friday, February 26, 1937

I, '
Ilom F. F. A. News
i' ,.".w.1.N..M.M.Jr HALVES
; Plant were discussed for the
conservation of quail at the chap PEACE D MILK
ter's lest meeting.A .
motion was made that the
minute oration meeting.f the Sixth be District ftd"l N G. 2Yz can 19c 31g.I cans -. 22e' _
and sent t.. the other .
r The motion carried l\IUSSELl\IANN'S (
Two rests of film were shown rUIl&.f.Ym'S

Trail after*tw" WM meeting the first Building,film shown.Truck
The building of tralli through ton
rits with ar"bulldozer" and grader Fri- and
Sate Specials
f In in one protest are tot fir*Profettles |
.la forests The "bulldoze -i, 2 lb. jar ..... 25c 3 ]g. cans.... 25c
*'will build a road for ,000
r' 1
white It costs $1800 mite
to do It by any other means
Reel of.two exterminating showed various theworld methods '*i MAXWELL HOUSE COFFEE, Ib., 29cSnowdrift
wont peak-nttl
RAte leave the nest thEN weeks
after birth and double everrl I '
BULK Premium Grace Goden
month.In one year a amity I1ershey"s Lady Ripe
number 13,620 rats, and in three]
yean, 35',70IJt82. I Corned Beef DILL .
some recommended remedies by
the U. a Department of Agriculture ; -I SUGAR COCOA BANANAS
1. Clean up rubbish or har-
boriS ,
concrete. Replace woodeD floors with I 5 ]bs. .... 27c 1 lb.can ..15c 2 Ib. pkg..29c qt. .. .. .. 19c 3 Ibs. ... .. 13c

< 3. Store food above floors on'
rack I FREE I Cannon
4. Use sanitary covered ,arI -, 3 Ib. 65c
bogs cans Dish TowelPILLSBURY'S can
Red squill is the best rat poison
I It I* absolutely harmless to chickens -
and other Uva stock. The government
endorses red squill fullyTHEATRE Pure
taagtt n.g. GOLD ilEDAL l\IEALor GRITS, 5 lbs. .or........ 19c Flaw Or Sow'


FLOUR R ICE, 5 pounds .............. 25e 10 lb. bag... 45c
COCONUT Malta*b tat Bat t set Almlaaiw.....ttat tfe Sibs pkg. .... 29c BRowN 20 lb,bag ._.::,85 -
( |"I p. se.s SUGAR, 4 lbse ..... .... 25c

Feb. 21 Mar. I. t,1 Tomato Ketchup SLICED. PINEAPPLE ..... .. 15c Salad Dressing

RED flllEF

2Ig..bottIes..25c DOG FOOD, 1 lb. can .......__.. 5c qt. jar ........... 25c:



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n m, rrl,Mar...I 21b.jar..39cLOCAL 16 pkgs. .. 25c. 3cans..25cCOFFEE : 4 lb.pk :..75c

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I \ J: "Come Closer Folks" KILLED (fresh ground), Ik.... 21c FRESH SUIPJIENT\

\ i OYSTERSStandards j
I aw......". Mar. 5 FRYERS SUPER SUDS, 3 pkgs. .......... 25c

Freddie Bartholomew ; qt. ........ 59c
u lb. ....__... 35c CRYSTAL WHITE Extra Select, qL.....75c


; t DRIED APPLES, lb. ........... 19c

i JUNGLE Ib. .......... 25c Sweet Potatoes 5 lbs.. .......... 19c Ib ........ .. 22c

MONKEY HMtftlXADMI98HM ( i Armour's lb. 24c

WT* IS* l Leg O'Lamb! stir

) Glides*) ,
awe.eve a> .u..e. OVEN.READY ROLL


" -'unMcaNt--', I 2lbs. .... 35c tOc 16. ..--.. 35c Ib. ....... 25e Ib. 25c .
r can .. ....._
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Friday. February THE LE DJm.ENTERPRISF. Page Five

Now w* Nave smooth, dean, beautiful the nation will gather at banquet are brtftHM whtahu $199 each
F.F.A. CHAPTERSContinued I I Too Laie to rass!', highways pfMttMHy jOl the I tablet to partake of VU.ory Dinner -I Ui W iynv nfarfcliiU MIl not

,, way tram Canada to the Gull and and receive grentlngi and a be called upon for such a stiff

( From Page One) (Continued From Page Four) from the Atlantic to th*> Pacltte message from their leader Franklin ante Here IS a plate will be the
I Highway tiaootaHon are doing D. Roosevelt Nationwide average and tome brilliant parties
To lot of PUSH to go anywhere in at I
conducted. live the visitor a splendid work in bringing aM.t radio hook-up will carry th* vote are planned. If you haven secured -
automobile In those
a bit Information regarding eitru > day the construction of sheet link of the president to the sager ear your ticket do *o at one*.
Industry standards the eom- MOlt of the can wen painted I, needed her and there and la giving '- .f countless thouiand Funds Be I volunteer and lit for one;
martial grade are known In I black They didn't |o in for finrj publicity to these vartoua secured through the *al* of banquet dont wait to be dratted Feltttealvktorlrt.
picturesque w.)'. colon like they do today They route*. ticket will be and to payoff like wan, inuit be paid
Miami Chapter shows I model would Jiut smear I rneaa of bl cl the party1 national deficit1 for Let' hang up a amaihini attendance
letting arrangement for the club paint on 'em at the factory and On March 4, loyal Democrat of While these coveted pasteboard foe Florid!
meeting the motorist could ret any colas t
Individual me'mbeit'of both the h* wanted acoordln' 4o what read ------ ---
lit took. We used to be able to IN
local chapten haw won high hon-
stand on a corner here In Florid
Redland on In the won fair nine Warren drat prueMhr Wood of.. and pretty near tell where a motor RED LAND; BRAND FERTILIZERS
lat came from by tilt color of his
second' prizes and one third prU
onjili entries In the general vegetable ear.
booth. HI brether. Wilbur I VT* had red clay ear from Georgia FOR CITRUS AND TRUCK

won two second prtee Don Sickle ochre can from South Caroline .
won two tint prize on vegetable, Missouri slate and Indian
three second prizes and three limestone and one of theM crow- CROPS
third prbe Billy Campbell of the country driver would come Ir
same chapter won tint on potatoes town in what looked Ilk a LeapIn' -

fruIt.and Willie Baxter, first on grape I guy Leopard.who nicknamed I remember his car Jotept One Our formulas are prepared to meet the needs of Dade

Paul Shanklln! of the Homestead ,on account of If* h.vllcolt ol
Chapter won the sweepstakes !many colon. And moat folk County soils. Insecticides and fungicides carried in

cockerel award, a first prix on a i wen downright proud of will
speckled Sussex pullet, second on mark ot distinguished trivet
stock and mixed desired.
a Rhode bland red cockerel, and The more different kind of mud as
I first on pepper a fillow could display on his ten-
Redland Chapter I Ia assisting the I;den, the more important he felt

Mr official by helping with the But them day are gone forever I Florida East Coast Fertilizer Co.
parking, and it It melting grapefruit *

orange and tomato juice at .NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOB Brand
a stand to get money for the chapter TAX DEED Manufacturer Redland FertilizersPHONE

: treatury. (Senate Bin N*. Ul. File A-14J4) II FRANK". EVE. MgrHOMESTEAD FtA.
i Notice I* hereby given that i. K.
Local Boy Scouts Get I Heater, holder of State and County' MANGANESE DISTRIBUTORS

Second Class Badges Tax Certificate No. 11214 issued
the Ird day of August A. D. 193),
ha tiled office, and
same my
five member of the Homestead
troop of Boy Scout, Paul Rue, I hat made application for a tax
deed to be issued thereon Said
Harry Martin Harold Branch,
Certificate embrace the followIng -
Cha Stcffanl and Kenneth Glenn,
described property In the County -
were awarded lecond-clau badge
of Dade State of Florida, town -
at the court of award held atMiami
Edison High I School In Miami I :
I Lot 22, Block 11, Realty Security !
Monday night.Chaves
)"Little, who wa to have Corp., Coconut Grove VF g yU Moir
been a candidate for the Eagle I Subdn., Plat Book t. page 85. SA
in the County of Dade. State
Scout award! had rIOt finished his
of Florid
catiplng requirement and will get ,
aueument of laid
Mi award at the next court of I The propertyunder
ward*. the said certificate Issued
was In the name of: Sady H. Allen,
Scoutmaster A. A. Koeitllne, /
pastor of the Homestead Methodist etal
Church, took the Homestead troop I Iol1.IIn Unless aid certificate hall bt
redeemed to law, thi
overnight camping trip tot
Friday. I' property described therein will bkold <
I to the highest bidder at the

WANTED White housekeeper Court-houM door on the fin
far general homework. Phone' Monday In the month of April,

M3-M, Homeittnd. (f26tf) 1837 which U the. 5th day of April

1 1037 Dated this Itth day ot February, goo

DR. M. A EUGER'Dentist 1937 I

Clerk of Circuit Court i I
Dade County Florida Fr Canpi.te Horn Refrigeration
Circuit Court Seal

36 N. Krone Avenue \ (Feb. M, Mar. 8, 13, II), M "

Upstairs FanUt"w

Office Hours 8:30-1:30
GOOD GLASSES New 9-Way A4tut Juttrtarl
food safer, fires, longer


Pnttcu flan backed tf C.aVcnl
Let Us
t Motor
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Re6uvenateYour f 5. GREATER SAVE-ABILJTY '-


WoodRepairs Perfect Vision ate C.RssCast to the gee. ?5
Body saeortif4 rbg earl.a.ir1 .
Consult hasdrd pal'S now e
Tops and Trimming lag pan imilSit the 3
i Drv NeuenschwanderDr. motor permanently oild ,
Seat Covers sealed tgtinsi aiaiww and dirt EAST TERMS
B. GonzalezOPTOMETRISTS Gives $UPae-DVrr at amazing saving.W .
Painting THI PROOF wiihaa aaiwl electric 1
enter teat.
Art's Pert lira... 10-1
t Shop l 111 VtmUaa Area** tawe-RO oil Will

Attar! Mar .... Data,.. Artade4DR.B.F.STEBBINS e ka' Yovll b*wing you new refrigerator Navy years.Duet
503 KROMX A VS. I I Phane .lIn 1 tsteas 5 fMt gMting see that Nor servo well la MMM ways. bat
bM MM U All ways. Daniel COIWPl ati ASIUTT 54 ALL a
-- -0 kr'taad" CAN* rrigM.ir.belessTons eonpler..w
I I 20% he8e wad..fret *before la ALL$ BASIC ti VI f sad glee.
faucet tto q.kk. roe j ee/of.ll s1 If you wui la avow sret-.ast
to.$0 I if mtmnl t tliAct o< is a t*
(Registered optometrist- U ream practice la Ilomeatead) c eie. firlgmMft Me tke frigid***
We can now render you the same services In out Homestead say ss 47,A i. llr office that you may get In our Miami office W* have equipped ow going o* M vat motes
Our Homestead office with the latest of Instruments,, such aiArneaon
c Orthoptor, with which we nn correct muscular imbalances I ,s.
and straighten crossed eye*. r
Room 9 and f, McCrary Afcade-Thar*.S'OO: p.tn.to I:Ot p:m. j
>Snturdiy nih."T.M to 10:M p. m< Main offices HUmU lto| I IW HOMESTEAD FURNITURE CO.
Fbgler, air condit oned. Plumes 321U and 27191 AMoolaw, 4Dr
h L W. Stebblnf.

Ingraham Bid,. wIth To* TupUIn CUnlf. Boom 416, phone I Phone 41, Homestead, Floridar
tlllJ AuoclBte. Dr T. A. Stebbln


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Six THE .LEADER, -ENT9RPIi1SF. SFr d.2g.Yebruar<.f6.19:11.: .
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Job will be completed In May he Howard Lamb chows a native Police Docket Largest .1 IW *ixle.vW right; ,'drunk and

: GRAPEFRUIT ssld mahogany bed room rocker the This Week Since 1935 rd ,. recejyed/ % like iloe.Andz.Ksndrick. .
\ Work Is advanced in about the saddle shaped seat This Is i[ ; charged with disorderly
l' --- same proportion on Contract 8.1 beginning ef a bedroom set. I coiwjuct was sentenced to
fourteen cases were disposed of
{ : (Continued Front Page One covering two'and a half miles of I Dukes West has on display a pay $10 .or serve 12 days in Jail-
Monday night in municipal eobrt
jto' season brought an average o( 11V viaduct between Long Key and checker board of mahogany and Wm. McCoy and Jesse Vlck, both
.by Mayor Tom J Hart In the
cents a box In spite of the larger Grassy Keys said George A. mastic squares with a walnut border largest docket since IMA. "I chaffed,'wrth. being drunk reelv
; crop, the demand hall been Increased ThonwsoB, superintendent far the with goad Inlay: work. Eight white men received yarledIIfntelK'll. ,-sentences of $> or six dais lajsll
to that the price Is higher contractors C. Y Thomason Construction Lllbi.ni Nixon has a Queen Anne Willie Williams was dismissed .
Larry Griffith, drunk
the speaker Mid. When he Co. of Greenwood, & C. style coffee table with carved leland and forfeited 01a charge of carrying
disorderly, a $10
left Lakeland several days ago This contract will be completed by ml'r band on the top. Fred i firearm without a permit
bond; Luther Taylor, drunk, for-
] Mr. Walker laid, one canner was August Chapmsi, also, has a coffee table f
feited a $10 bond: Bert Hendrlcks,
I ) offering tl cents a box for (rapefrvtt The bridges will be all concrete of striking appearance. Postpone;
drunk forfeited
an $S bond and : Garden Club to
and steel when completed with There are a number of other
Neill Oeugette drunk, forfeited I+
! There' are about 000,000 more concrete guide and guard rails good pieces In Homestead High : Shanklin Grove Meeting
a t> bond. Tom Chapman and
: boxes of grapefruit left to Florida The Oversea railroad to Key School's exhibit, particularly In
Pat Cameron, charged with disorderly
he reported, and between three West was completed In 1113 as the the eighth grade work.In I I I
conduct were each men The South Dade Garden Club
and one-half, and four million realization of a dream of Henry Redland High School's exhibit -
I tenced to pay $10 fines or serve will meet with Dr. Irene Austinn
boxes will he used by eannen, M Flaglcr, founder of the Florida shown In the same boothCharles !I
12 days In jail. John Parker, drunk Shanklin at the Shanklin grove on
leaving H little more than 2000- I East Coast railroad which made I Burr has a spool chcitthat
and disorderly, received a fine of March 8 instead on March 1 as
!. 000 boxes to be marketed the lower cast coast of Florida accessible in an outstanding piece off I
five dollars or six days in jail. 1 originally planned, according to
Mr Walker i il In charge of to the rest of the world work. The chest ID not finishedbut I I
Walter Newark drunk, received an announcement mode late Thursday
the citric, rommlsslon exhibit nt I lust before the turn of the century it bus H rout of shellac and will '
a suspended sentence on condition .
the Dade County Tropic Fair In. W J. Kromt who until his I death I ; soon be ready to begin its 1 litc'li I,
H,'clliml in 1929 was\ resident I of Home- work of serving in Charles homeas that M leave the city The change wax made becnuseDr

A letter win read from theShonghu I steal engineered the construction, a beautiful and useful piece of Stacy Fields' negro, charged with i Shanklin had been scheduled
1 i, China, Rotary Club telling : of what was called the eighth won- furniture. being drunk and disorderly and 1 since fall for a lecture to the Women -
\ of the) charter meeting of the der of the world.Following Clyde Hendorson has a well resisting arrest, was sentenced to i 's Club of Coral Gables on
;. Soochow club which the Homestead damage to Its tracks I I made end table of native mahogany pay a $19 fine or serve 20 days in March t. j

Rotarians helped to organize \ and equipment In the Labor Day and Ed Hickson has a round .
s It enclosed a program printed In hurricane of 1935, the railroad applied table that makes a good appearance -
Chinese and English showing I that for permission to abandon the '
j the program Included the presentation line between Florida City and Key The educational feature this year CheckChartThe
'< t of the bell which the Home- West, which had ceased to be a! is a panel that shows the parts ofa

stood club sent the sew club. paying investment The permission table in the various stages of .
I The Homestead Girl Scout troop was granted and sale of the construction '

thanked the Rotailans by letter right of way to the Oversea Road FJrst,there ji a solid looking log :' . ; '=Greasing .' ; : ....
foe the assistance given.It and Toll. Bridget Commission Of native mahogany as It comes : ; '- .
TIle Redland District Lions Club lowed.111M. 101.1 from the saw mill end. planks of .. : : : ._ ::. . : -.

will be entertained by; the Rotary . native and Honduras"mahogany .
I Clwii at the American Legion hall and a plank of Honduras'roseweod > Rk ',1mount'of' ; ri6ncait'- ,

i' next Wednesday at T p. m. The 't MAHOGANY that hire beery through a planer; .

w HI .be no noon-day luncheon Next,, jre see, the designers .: : :- I,.'n .t-hl JliJltt :::., ,: : .
( Guest ,wer-"State-senator" Er 'I sketch and,fuH lzedetill draw .;, .' : ..L .... _... .. ,__ ._
.. helt R. Graham A. Palmer Brook (Continued From Page One) In,.. Homestead High School .... ,
: of At t. Vernon, N. Y., C. L.Brook Harry Hall, a Queen Anne stool I makes a practice of using these "; ', :"H' :. .' 4
< of Miami, William T. Atkins of la the general group It teen a i full size drawings because they .. .. "
Leis es, Del, H. I. 'Sudlow of Ml- beautiful spinet desk with chairto make the work easier and more I WASIUNG"ANnlJJOLlSIlINrWe :

sml f E. Sudlow of Rock Island, match,made by Randolph Cavei accurate
III.. and Luther Chandler of In the desk are machine made : Patterns for the various pieces
Could I or the tables shown and with/
\ carvings that are used In the belt are

class of factory made placet. They I them the pieces band sawn and carry complete line of YALE TIRES AND
finished. Then the
are real carvings, made In genuine partly v see
,BRIDGES mahogany like the rest of the I I finished 1-ble TUBES and.PURE BATTERIES
desk At the end however la a note
Edward Klrby'a chest of Spanish which says the finished product
\i (Continued From Page One) cedar! with Inlaid designs la another is rot' furniture: It Is a boy who
t l already moving Its equipment on good piece. It Is not commonly has been trained to be skillful

the Job. known that Spanish cedar is ai and accurate with a strong char Woco Pep Gasoline and Tiolene
(nerete paving equipment was effective In a chest ti the ordinary acter, one who can stick to a task
mo nd this week to Matecumbe by variety of red cedar that It ii a 'until It is completed. prod
Wimamoker & Wells, holders of relative of mahogany and that It the note, are the finished Motor Oil
Contract A, preparatory to pouring resembles mahogany to a remark of the school shop, and the; fine
the floor which will widen the able degree, laid Mr. Rice. furniture is just evidence that this
raw and a half miles of viaducts Another piece made of Spanish,training is being done.

between Lower Matecumbe and I cedar to a salty aeaman'l chest

: Long Key for two-way automobile I IJ made by Clinton Bishop This ThroughMary PHONE 31 FOR PROMPT ROAD SERVICE 4
J truf'lc All the slots or notches) tad a burnt wood design of an old : "Please, madam, I've ,
: for the supporting steel beams have i Spanish ship on the front, and Its knocked the marble clock off the "
,. been tut and a third of the beams dovetailed corners and rope handles sideboard. \
are in place C. R McMeekIn, \'Ice4 are like those ef the Madam: 'Has It stopped"

ptvs dent and general manager of old sea chest Clinton hat alsoa Mary: "No, madam, Its gone .
I the company,said Wednesday night I I.i half round table of a modified straight through to the basement'

: ;t MIA, residence In Homestead The Adam design Montreal Star. I: CENTRAL SERVICE STATIONt t I

i N. Krome Avenue and 2nd Street

'i ; J : ATTENTION, FARMERS!" I Phone 34 Homestead, Fla. :

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i : 1932 CHEVROUET PICIK JP:.,..;"; ; L_.....,;.;......_ ...1195.00 y

: 1935 FORD PICKUP _._ __......_._.......__.......$365.00 and Busy Cities

1936 WILLYS PICKUP ......................._..__..................$265.00. CITIZENS AND VISITORS



Everyone has 1937 tar and good rubber. Ready for immediate work.

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; : Also have several good I'/j ton trucks that are priced for quick.sale.. In This Week's IssueDated

o. See us at once for they Trill not last at these prices.Redland I ( Feb. 28)

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common throughout the Caribbean In the ancient' ruin of the Maya, dynamite, yuck In a limb of H
Limbo Said One of Florida's ]
;; Gumbo Regardless of III many nicknames a people who made many wonderful gumbo limbo, pack dirt firmly
-:11. It i* always our striking discoveries in serene and art around It and It will grow, ,nd
H Trees in Visitors'
l\lostStriking Eyes
; and welcome friend wherever we flee ago. Many of these gum ,",'vigorously like the willow' of
- ., i i if meet It in the West Indian woods. used, In various way for many the North It seldom blows oer
r John C. Glfferd la Ute ductive to meditation and reverie Botanist call it elxphrhira tima- years are valuable and it i* more The limbs may break off, but like
Or I' U aymbollxe life and warmth It ruba, the word elaphrium meaning than likely that the gum of the the litard, that dropp Its tall in
, American Eagle flares up with, the vigor and furyrOf stag which refers, no doubt, to a gumbo limbo way have some special order thai lie body might escupc
. He made the holy annotating youth, bums with passion and fancied resemblance of lie braifrhM use*. Its trunk usually stands and sprouts
( _U, ni the pUN Incense ft sweet then_die* leaving blackness "ajtdashet when barf to the antler of a *tag., H U easy to distinguish the guns again with great vigor after a lush
y poses, according to the work of Add to this a soothing Simaruba 1* an Indian tree flame i bo Umbo by itt shiny metallic ing hUl'l11Nlnt.
'th e apothecary'" ThW If not. fragrance from incense bearing The gumbo limbo I* a very trunk resembling burnished copper :t the fond la hot dry reef
,ennen. I am merely a.uotliig text, plants and li Ii easy to explain the vigorous quick growing tropical The good to white, sod and and sterile plant tint the gumbo
, .r tart verve hi the XXXVII Chapter countless complicated symbolic soft wood which soon covers any sappy and used la some places for, limbo. U I* the Cinderella of
of Exodus. Away.back In the religious Incense ceremonies com can on the face of nature with box board or crate slats. It has tree It will shad the ground
early day they bad apothecaries mon'to peoples of all kinds throughout a veil of green It I* dear to the I a wonderful satiny finish when not shed rich litter who mixed perfume and incenses the whole world. heart of West Indian native because discolored by Its gummy up. It thus prepare the way for more
s well al drug Today the Among these incense bearing It furnishes live fence posts I* very common in Haiti In pure delicate plant, leading In time to
r I' apothecary handle aim groceries plant the myrrh family I* paramount when poles are stuck In the forest covering thousands of acre the perfect hammock: the climax
t and hardwareTo A very prominent ground It Is one of the few trop- It is aim very common in Cuba forestI
f primitive man tweet smoker ber of this family Is our ical trees in South Florida that and Puerto Rico The rings In know a man who used gumbo
.r a mystery, Incense wa almost gumbo limbo. It may have mem-I shed their leave In wInter. the wood lire Indistinct and unless limbo stakes to support his newly:
t. universal among ancient religion hidden virtues The fruit In spite of Its pkblan use., It Is carefully seasoned the wood blues planted orange trees. He lift
&,,7t I* symbolic of ascending prayer gumbo limbo yields a balsamic attractive for many reasons It and blackens and warp The natives horn tor a few weeks and when
"y i and spiritual exaltation Among turpentine and the bark a white : not easily mistaken for other III concoct e sort of tea from its iwtanwd his grove was a gumbo
I the Aztecs and Mayan resinous I juice that hardens and resembles i although It grows with and somewhat -1 leaves which they use In place of limbo plantation What has caused
. gums called copal were used gum elemi, used in times past In I resembles a bad actor call A common tea the extinction of many valuable
s if Among other Indiana tobacco I medicine, pharmacy and varnish, the doctor gum This doctor gum,I I The gumbo limbo with its limbs I trees may save the gumbo lir.hn.
ifr was the favorite also sweet The copal of the Mayans and the i 1 poison wood or metopium. ha a akimbo, like the jobo of Spanish 1 fti past worthlessness for lun,U,i.
: ', gum cedars and balsams were I modern linatoe of Mexico are from sap which produces very painful I America, hat never been held In may save It till some wise 'utrlaluit -
I ;
*, popular Even in England members of the myrrh family and skin blisters This tree I* also I i hack It regardless and pas the discovers a special for
t within modern times they are closely related If not identical I: called bum wood. The gumbo remark that It I Ia hard to kill and It. It coven with green many unsightly -
spread the dried sweet flag rush with our gumbo limbo. The balmof I limbo has a papery bark; the poll la nothing but a gumbo limbo. Jt rock hole Alone by the
J. In the church aisles When trod Gilead, famous In song and i on wood has not Is, however a pioneer, forerunner: road-side it has peculiar picturesquenes -
upon It emitted a pleasant fragrance story, also belongs to the myrrh Unlike the poison wood, the one of the most picturesque of unlike any other
To the Indian the tobacco family In our studies of plant i i gumbo limbo has a fragrant gum. tree In the proper setting with a
sacred The fragrant In fact, eleml I fragrant character aU its own, and other tree.The
.'. pipe was we must not forget the all Important gum a gum of the gumbo I) nbnI
; smoke In an ephemeral way floated use--association-the plant, resin obtained from various trees qualitita which cause even a child used by the West Indian natives
upward In still air and 1n the the place, and the people, Mention and Is used In varnishes, ointments to ask the name ot It I have heardIt for paste and glue It.* said
Indian In full strength U produced Banda and we think of nutmegs: and plasters of various referred to a* a funny tree with j that the Cailb painted their canoes >
a soothing semi-hypnotic state Ceylon cinnamon; Zanzibar kinds It Is not known whether! a funny name with this gum to preserve
that added to the mystery cloves, Jamaica, allspices and I the word eleml I* of American or It love a limestone soil, no t them from the attack of worms,
*" Frankincense! was probably produced ger, Saint Thomas, bayrum; oriental origin A gum called mutter how bare and rock,. Dig a aI
: In the early days from vaflous to on throughout the world 1111-1 1 copal, similar to eleml, wa found 1 bole In the rock with a crowbar or (Continued Next Week)
plant, but the real slnvmure little Islands are fragrant with
% old time frankincense probably odor of apices ....
came from a rare tree that The Burseraceae or myrrh family -
.grows on the Island of Sokotra a contains myrrh frankincense I I
British Island located In the In. and elemi, all famous In the East =
dian Ocean close to the Red Sea. over a period of many centuries i A Complete
In the early daya It was In March but also in the West In the form of _
flf perfumes and spices as much as the gumbo limbo and its two score I i
gold that carried the Spanish and ,or more of relatives yielding copal,I
Portuguese explorer Into distant linoloe and other gum resins sacred I II ServiceNEW
paita of the tropic The Spice I to the ancient tropical Indian. The I II I.I.Grove
Islands were their favorite goal I Arabian myrrh grows In dry, rocky I
In this respect myrrh or the realm land and would thrive no doubt. ,
yielded by various members of In South Florida Among the
the myrrh family were famous. 'many gumbo limbos of Mexico 0 .
Pome of these plant had medicinal there are tome, no doubt worthy I
"Virtue, suet a* myrrh. The myrrh of trial in this section. .
plaster is an old time remedy. One of the most striking trees
Peoples far distant from one another to the newcomer in the dense ham- i GROVE. PLANTING"GROVEMANAGEMENT ;
knew of the soothing hyp- |mock of South Florida U the gumbo .
notic effect of both vegetable and| limbo The word gumbo limbo II .
animal musk, To see tolorah'of I Is probably corruption of gum I : > S
white fragrant smoke Slowly risIng 1 elcml It Is called West India" .
and then spreading into many I blntl1n British Islands because of, == q' .
Cloud-like forms In the damp still Its papery bark. Some call H '
v now of the dense forest or In a I gomo limo and over In the Bahama :FRUIT MARKETING : .
damp cathedral spellbinds even I It is known by the name ofganVilomle = .'
k modern man familiar with the !i In Spanish countries ,.
.: chemical cause of It all. Even the I it is almacigo In fact, it IE TRACTORING
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building longer lasting plant :
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