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 Material Information
Title: The Homestead leader
Alternate Title: Leader
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: South Dade Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Homestead Fla
Creation Date: August 22, 1929
Publication Date: 1923-
Frequency: daily (except sunday)[<1926>-]
weekly[ former 1923-<1925>]
weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (June 14, 1923)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1931.
General Note: B.E. Archer, editor.
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
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Succeeded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Leader-enterprise

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)t Volume Vlt-Nuraber: 20 HOMESTEAD, l-LOUICA" !tDAY, AUGUST 22, J29 PRICE FIVE CENTS

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IMPORTANT PART PLAYED BY SMALL TOWNS Storm Headed Awiy

:: 44PCT.GAININ IN DEVELOPING AVIATION From Florida Coast, ;$3.05PERLUG

Is Weather Report

1929 POSTAL Emergency landing fields and proper marking weather M ap*_ niMin. inMian NETTEDBYNO. 1
fcMhiy shown u t lye
of towns are two basic needs right now in the development litmus aums HIM _

of aviation Florida and too much stress A.4t. It MiMHHl .... ==.r.li
SAVINGS HERE cannot be laid upon them in the viewpoint of the ut Port of Himln, lu bo pausing 1 SEEDLINGS
p tine sloth Md nt! .t tore 1toonkmtMrai 1 1I
Florid State Chamber of Commerce which is soon qfa Irises Pia" htwdrr! c.- ow

to sponsor a statewide aviation conference. "lp of l aik*.

Local Office Ha* $65,000 These two items are of paramount importanceto A* s 5. ... k..te; U>o alonn I Proceeds of Silver Palm's

Now With the of the towns is guide WIll poohPwwy" torn Cramluw Fifth Avocado Pool
Compared air pilot Marking \ Como t 14000.. .",...,..! the w an I
$45,000 Year Ago and the emergency landing field assure the man i'b"..xKi vtrmaMr wmm Distributed

in the air that margin of safety which might haveto ta.. sa cool WiU. par Mr* that
NO UNUSUAL JUMP be used in the most unexpected moment. |4* *ffi :M tlvH bo b-K wt the"talprp i RETURNS RECEIVED
Flgdll0
a4Mt.
LOCALLY IN JULY While the larger cities of Florida are expend- ------- -- -. WITHIN TWO WEEKS i''

ing substantial sums in tit building of airports and I ___

, .,:,k Deposits and Withdrawals their equipment) it behooves us not to forget the con- DERAILED CAR :Good Prices Obtained In

Each at $10,000. a necting links .the smaller communities and the im- Face of Large Local 1

Month portant part which they must play in the schema of DELAYS NORTHBOUUDTRAINS and Cuban Crop ,

aviation development. These small fields are a I The Silver Palm Citrus drowaraAaMirlatlon
Postal .." ,; the Homestead started dtatrlbuflon. of
necessity.To .
pout oak amount to "t,000 1111 the proceeds of Its fifth avocado
compared, with MS.00' a year IIIf't- maintain its advantages being within easy pool this wrek-Juat two weeks afW -
an Imrtnee of 44 per cent. PoetWltU reach of the large centers of population Florida can- the pool was Closed, E. F Wy
....e Sherwood Hodaon said lad of Broken Coupling Tails in I gran director' who advocated tlttiunth1 >
not ignore the early development air-transpor
t jf |n commenting on the report Path of Box-Car at operation of the nawrlallunteitlltlo
trout? Washington of heavy In- tation. It must keep pace with this modern giant Florida City *. announced ,*''lItd..".
errata' of postal iavln*,* In other of the air and .be in position to accommodate, not Number f aeedllnga, which cum-

r. F! nda Cities only the pleasure plane which is increasing everyday A coupling which broke and fell prlavd the bulk of the pool brought
Homestead postal savings did not a set amount or II.01 per lufhUh .
but also the commercial air liner which has already
across the track dfrallfid a box car .
between and II. t
how the sharp Increase reportedfor la UH f
taken its in the aviation field. o.f freight train Mo "5Q ono-fouith
place
July over the preceding It-diy for each seedling avoiadu aftrt
mile auutb of the Florida City station
.. peeled by many other Florida port Safety is essential to the development of avia- of the K K C. KalUtx Wdneaday paying picking packing. hauling \ i
offkea. July deposits of Floridian| and shipping charges, Mr Wymnp '
commercial line. Before the airports
tion, especially the morning and held up the
were,chiefly responsible for the .maid. Pollurk a\o.niloa, of murox. i
rr irti'.t Increase In portal savings of Florida, can hope to become the busy centers northbound ooon passenger train Brought bettor print ke ..Id."Tb. .
account In the United tKato that Which they should be as terminals the intervening for two Jtour prices received. ..IHM.l.lljr Hi 1
of Tt
I Tips dur'Ufid car waa on* .
bee been registered slave Deiemher for seedlings, are Considered very
between realize that
communities the must
,. airports car In lha freight train which
1(11 The total amount of d*- favorable by Men familiar with the ,
posits' for the country la July w,a1UMJ4.J14 the emergency field, or small I equipped field means Was also>> Bortb-bound. After un merchandising of avocados," sal)?

." Of this amount tl ,to the, airpllo ?, .much as or more than, the service uoooaaful to get effort the' car by buck the, on tialnraw' the ilr. WymanCro .

pout oft"" In Florida furnhthet) station does tone automobile driver. track, tow tratij' was pulled' north erl ,fn"ralf| aprointo|) |
.....n.IU. or I pit ..at. au",. rt t.,roa ( -ofpaelal.t .
I A line of small landing fields stretched out be- of thu vlU.h leading to a tldatrack prompt joo
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: ,With the derailed! car rnjlnath* \ at thl"< limps of too year b t neropa
towither tween the terminals practically eliminates or at I,,acari'v.It I
.; floe, and oho "p _n,.r train. wa 'a bin; tflotn
e- deposits In July and tho amount of least brings to a minimum, the risk in air line operation dctoured aver the sidptrarlf", Into la lo N romtifibmd (hit wo ;
".r inerotan or decrease shown/ over the With the elimination of this risk air traffic Florida City and back. op. u the buts 4 law-r tonal crop than utiwl, !
proeadlnfl, l -day period are a* main line.With wtip1( !| states, ,art barred, afalnatklfirlda I
follow will Increase and it is logical to assume that the additional help the 01.,1111.1, fruit an<| Cubun ahlj/ !m"nk ... '

Miami .l 87141: Increase of i more air travel the more the small>> field will be usedV ,id box oar was jacked book on '\1 ba.'a vary .H.avy. In for tact. '
,51,TM. Now is the time for Florida communities to become rack and No. lit freight went tll.//ot bean fn-'t. ibo returns jest r* I
Tampa,. Ilitllll. increase otl I Ito \:41: 1 4"Wa4A.adf.! !," .hM Ore prgti/rifg Iff tor) of
airminded. is the time to facilities
Now provide

i Uft..... I --- ----- flpgrs ,pod direrltrl 1 1101l.lbl" for i C
Jacksonville, 'I."I'I l : In"rpH"1) for air travel in some degree and take an active orianltlnr th, RrV II.o ulitJ 40
of Mil.801. part in aviation development in Florida. NEARBY GRETNA PHrtinint uf the aiiiHl tattoos a<"
West Palm Beach, 'I.nl.ln; de. .,.....-- --- -- -- -- UvUI k nl well lu the' month r
crease ol |lt.Oil. 'ship generally."
$18"181 Orlando, lilt,IT!: Imrraae Orange Oil Is Citrus Bv"Product GREEN SEEN IN Mr. Wyman attributes the out .

r p.a qf fits VOV** to the nualUK of
"I t..UL.I.elrland HlQfttt Inurtaae of j Now Scheduled for Development U. s, STATISTICS !:the package. ..which h. says, has i

Pj .. received" many contpllmrnta frombuyura
Fort; Uttdnrdala. II 1X144. 4". -
and Io the wide distribution -
crease of tl.lit ( I lorlOA proJui>r. of citrus fruits I well II
| obtained through *rattrI'd > 1
Ijika Worth. ",..01.; decrease IYOUTH ARRESTED! rc showing an increasing IrW'r..1 toward Joins 630 Couples 1, representatives maintained by

((oetlnued on Pogo Eight Ip Ue poaalbllUlH of dgvelgplhta in 1928 to Big the 'oldatru.* ai-hange of
(BY DETECTIVES OF' 11..4.d. Induttry, such a* I* Dade's 1,142 whl'h the silver Palmtrua| llro
sitting t allfornvt glowers more
Miawi i Surgeon: Opens sea Association II a member
e than a million dollars raohannugl.Ir. ,"- bOast
Office in Homestead ;f. E. C. RAILROAD!: lode.'ount, had t.141 marrlaa-e. week the ao< latlun hlp
Fvldcntie uf thin j Ie found In the In 1018, compared to .Ut In 1IJT pod more than |50 package al
If U 8. M'rjhall, for The tail : radsh-r riumhnr of Inquiries going 1 to the It old man hard tlmna was renponIblo aVII caitaa. lnciaed volume I* n-
,Oliver $ Bound make It polllo for too ,
two spars chief resident surgeon ofJavrkco chemical, division or the United for the 4- rrW* h* put In riveted to
Memorial Hospital ol Miami Over for Theft of : .Stales |J..p rtment of Oaoinifroe. some dirty llk. around Jacksonville 'association to reduce, the puking
moved to HemtaUwd' Wtdnea Scrap Brass "I and. according to ,a atat.mint from I too for federal. atatlatk* released and shipping barge on tent crates
to li cants. xfrettKe' B. I. Mr
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dlntrfet the how thai where S
local today
day and opened office. In the suit the offing opportunities i : puval !
formerly occupied" by Or Vf B I Ollter ttradaher: I*, eh".1 are flpen avaltln I to baelaed ; county had I,II* marriage. In 1IJThe Wyinan said today "ba'K..n
Jordan on the ....n ) door of the I" filth petty larceny In lonnaeUpn I could boost of only I.111 In' otter. parVanc are. ulri'ixlj aufflI. t.
Borne '' with the of about tit. tune County had III dloroei "I. ntly low. he ngid."Thv
bu'ldlnc. H la residing at dlaapprano Win the faita of production! nt"d .j
the home of M,. and Mr*. C. A. H.I| forty dollar worth of wrap breast'ahd lonaumpllofi fairly well eatabllahed In 111 M compared to ttfn experttnenl ar have .. }
Jordan on N. W. First street belonging to the Florida Lad Coast ," the statement read therob MIT t uval had <.t 011.0....-.; shows the prattlcnbll'ty! and 4vlnali !I'
Ion Marshall was graduated from I i Railway at Woodal) aiding, south : but little question. bat that the In lots and '*> In I*>T :lly of operating a pa king .
the Jefferaon Colin* of ldedclns| of Florida 'ly| wale arre..u.d In present. affonla the Florida growers The popularity of tort louder, house the your Around In order to
Philadelphia, In II U. .u ono attar!I tbineat., ...d today by railroad dcUnlive aq "aoellnt opportunity to dale a* a Oretna Ureen for couples, merchnqdlM' nil growers' pred"I.IA 1
| ,and distribute the year's
;. at the Clevelandmr Ho.i>ltaj and" *. M* wile bpund otcr to cotter Into eltrua by.product* pro- In neighboring counties la attested season Instead
was 'an Instructor" at pathology at !1 I the court o( i.rime* and two other du<.linn. :. by the fart that Broward County | overhead or H month r
the Wciter Reserve Uedkall I I I hot*. A.dre. and| Kermit Olbba I Mpwlally; I* this true ... to rhatrarllpar it Ith only I a frjcUon lit I>ad*'a pepuktlpn 1 of over five or six month" a* was .j
&' Cleveland notified the would b : hai) <.. marrume 'In If Ji the case when the exchange
hot 1'i at I veto that = pi --I II, waaUd aa mateijlal, tjkltnealea. when ange. This oll] la no gt brlfigjp and til In Kit. with only IT >Laiandhid gr.. ,.('nlt only aM Mi .

Song Sermon to Feature 'i, in* Paso coin* to Utal- I from (4 to I* a pound and ret It Ton;.. In I11 and U In ItyVTn :[Wyman .
., the .la,1 two oven llo'Ael.. i ------- \
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IlpOlpea..a. befar* Justice h ne"f Mary for the UnlfaOates.. yr .t.1{
S..ndar.Nlrht. Service I'of the Mode A. W. Jonea *t t II great ctrua fruit I'ro'II"r. If buy alt.atd .l the outher end of Three Smiths Injured a
a .....:.- 0'4-lock this afternpo* Qrad, .b" 11, In gtbap counirlya, For rte first I roopty, tkougb,, h. ... f ka* mad t..1 I When Car Overturn
/ Thorn will b| a aunt sermon "t pleaded guilty. but *ald bf b4 been Ct mouths or 1419. 'I(mporta were a few opntrlbojV"! It Brow.; _
the baptist' Church Sunday'avtnlngjai told by another ,...,. who wag *aU( n "''' *"{lflautlr| >,tf,..0. marrM total,'Hnl hag txMom I When thata.**r aklddM an wvtpwoment ;
I:M *' Jofk. featuring aid tlm''!to pave been lmplloat4 Ip the thrtbat ng.11' la mado !'Putt ma.ktfKni Val* for tll- "*. folk ln this. arnica :' and. (0fasd! Ones on Ike
ormr and pow songs which Copt| not *rre |*d. that Woe t vil nlonntan I tb"{ ordinarily art ol little Me thil; meilv** to rrt lauderdale Mill Hlihwar near Prlncatanihit.r
I k with the .healing ministry of Jcaua had said they aMl4 bare '.li|.. It I I. bollffifd.. that al crime get married| and krp the fact 'l'u.r4.ty dntitb . announces the RT C. W Walktr It. '' time In the putt. II4 prodtwMoq ass: a deep dark aeeret for period rang I stead *uf ad injuries *
the pastor The Object of th01 Fmd.(H.r'. nai-nta, an eldrvlyII Attempted In CVrlrt but .ba."on.I I log from dope Ui years i hrat, hli: sag. ftuy iu::;;:::14III a :
rn ?n 'II b* "Th. Grew Fh)"- 'vpbr" l...t'fled! that. hp wile IIaI..d i-rt In the: eonne"taa1.partntent Ihp l>*- The I oiled Xtutc. .1..rlll\"nl nf broken arm. mid .unotk r a''n Orlft '
,. whit \t eaata'sir .nmmrrcr "nno..n. .... 'ft..1 ateard- :
.1ten'< bard-wnrklng boy always "ommen't .ul'.0:1: 1\ straind ba k
t Opt t 1,1 I olu.* Wit br lung by brought hit entire -nrnlng that II Ih" I""u' i. to .11I4.11'1 Ins i? the returns r..h.d, th n, I twvre Aft'r th. Injtirti bad r-., *lvnn.dli >
Mm V r I fjummrrlln and Miss home U> them and, thit this was 1. conaiant p..iiliK't from. ytnr 'u 17.910 marring.s prrfurnrd toMlprlda I II .,1 itrnllu, Ih.1" .. .,.:r, r.
t Ra.d I Hook The entire ikimhobolt flee tint time h.. had t' r bWn ttrre >ear to moot the pateal'al l demand ,during I the year IfSI, p..rlcd t<. IH roatln .- wall aaruuid
wit! Mat* .la lh> aroiram t,d: or 1mpl|....t'il In nay un (i'"ntlnued on K:,xhl I |I """lIn".d t or rags Wool) I b. eu lie tad


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Two THE HOMESTEAD LEADER Thursday Aujrust 22. 1929 ,


THE: HOMESTEAD LEADER Why the Palm Beach Independent Suspends : Pupils of Mature Are have xpeetatlon.done *o a has* to greatly what may atlmulatt brcompUehed ..<.- 4,4;;

PublicationJoe I! In School Increase I In the fluid of adultedaoatton.

hblLohfod Tuesdays aad Thanday .
at HoimMrad Flax, by the Barman publisher of the brujht' courageous and la...p..Bd..tVMkly The nomber at people of nurture A* the attendance of. parents In
Month Dodo publishing Co.BUI newspaper known a* the Palm Beach Indvpendiejlt. atr... tb* age coin:* to tlhool la itlMltl schools for adult education Ins

-- -- following explanation for hi* decision to suspend publication for the Increased $0 percent over the' num craaM It has been found that the

A RCI I F R .................,-lxUtoc prevents i bar registered ,for eUM work the attendance la day whool also. In.
year before. a erm. to a report craM Th Interest on the purl
Entered m second clans matter Minter C. O. WUu..... a valued ""* rtber of the Palm Beach I Itadrprndent made by tIM Bureau of relocation I of parent to pin education inspires .
June I*, l'il at the pout erne atHomd ta Lake W rth. In a eMi_l atloa to m* under date Department of Ike Interior In them to greater effort to

Fla, under UM act .( of.August Ittb asked this queMknai I tf-I1, ;' adulu were on. keep up with their studies {
Morris A, 117. "WHAT VALID REASON HATB'fOC FOR TEMPORARILY rolled aM that sernber Incraaodia :i

-...- .- -- WHft-NDIVq THE PALM BEACH fI'llPIIIPIINPIIfoM" ntn-it to t.t.MYoiMk .. 1 Freddie (at the football game):

M.a PIU'P-$9.00' : A YEAR:: TUB VALID HBASON b" an advantage in learning I Sea that half-back: }I..II..* our ;
-- la the rheaaclal conditions existing not only In Palm maturity the bureau fur
..........................."....................................... preaaot over I beat man before the "season's much ,
Reach County but aU Florida her scats It I* Inclined to older"
TUB LEADh'R 8 CRKKDw '
; Joe Karawn I* wttkOMt debt believe. la fact that when a man I| Romantic Trials: Oh' darllnilant t
; b*: tve la homestead the I H*.. .tm t* maintain that. FRIENDLY and 1l'U'I'I'IINNNT of W and a youth ft I* an aat to | this. rather MddenT''--KUa <
Kedlaad District and Dade oonilltlon. _. %with say problem thai r
County Joe "rmaa owns ntnty-elht per cent Of the Palm Beech otttulM a* element In el eo-I')
: W* bellev In this region Independent and member of his family own. the other two percent the older man. beeauM of' kin wirer. but little here below.
But when It comes to dress:
; roseate future, and |M pouaMalit' pe,n ** The Palm Reach Independent la without debt and la going horouitily[ mart It. m-I A''Ik abroad will surely ahow
That wart still leea,--
W* believe la It* citrus frull le keep I. that condition while the financial condition exist a* The psychologists have bn woman
; industry its avocado taa'uMry they are today Inc just bI.. The fact that they|TaUabaa Dally Democrat ;

tomato tndurtry. Its rick The Palm Beach Independent will be out of operation ----- -

.* land, II* et-mlllnil BUT NOT DETERIORATINGfor um WI( GILY'S TRICKS ,
11\1 land tad II* qualification the reason that the owner will take cure of 1C and when ? II

a regular Promised Land. CONDITIONS WARRANT
Publication bo resumed .
We believe tit our professional
Just when the time are going to set betterJOSEPHI'8 "Not
( men, oar tradesmen tad our a
KNOWETH NOT
business mecl Mid wa believe I buttoly
Nobody else know.
la their desire for law eafore on it.I"
I have HAD MY KAY concerning STATE BANK,
aunt and civic Improvement
STATE POMPTROLLER AMOK 41.msth1
1 We believe our peons vIII a.- 8T\TB BUSTED BANKS
I prelate the Leaders effort to AND

: give them new*, advertisements PUTRID POLITICAL MANAGEMENT Of STATE BUSTED leg
l and editorial that will brine BANKS
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them the greatest measure of It I* meet reasonable to assume that more Florida bank will
truth. Justice. and helpfulneea.We BLOW IP ,.

believe that It to our duly Bank BLOW UP because of.A LACK OF CONrlDENCE.Very .
to **rv, the public to the but little CONFIDENCE exists In the Mat of Florida today

it our ability, that w. mart CONFIDENCE will not b* firmly reinitiated In the mind of
keep fall with tilt publlo at the people In Florid until there are. law enacted that will protect
all timer and that to do ao we depoaltora.

most print all the nw without And a SWEEPING CHANGE I I. road In the administration of
Mar or favor or prejudice or BUSTED STATE BANKS

color since boned publicity beat Every prediction that Joe Earmaa has mad In the Palm
I promotes community welfare. Beach Independent In the last three year a* to date bank, and
__....0"' the ultimate disaster owing to INADEQUATE LAWS, .
BK YOl"NF.Lr HAS BEEN FULFILLED Give m thatikirt'

Every time a bank fall In Florida, }
The advice given to teachers .( Reaction from said failure I Ie felt In every county In Florida All it n.sas.Wii *gy That AflS
hlldr<>n by a noted educator may Sixty bank In the vats .of Florida have eloeed their door buttons! h4r-
well be taken by every man and since the first of January ,
every.OU
woman whether teacher or noTaWf SIXTY REACTIONS HAVE PROVEN
I time to be human! this mail VERY DEPRESSING.

; advice Now. everybody will know JUST WHY Jo Karmoa la tempo
i No man or woman over toaea.ilhor partly suspending the Independent.We ut
In prestige or nuccom by beinff area sovereign people, and sooner or later ...1II1I.t throughour
: human Ono of the demand trouble and com out of them
"r "! COM li that a man hall bet PEOPLE ARE BLOW TO ACT,
: .1"! to draw to him the loyalty and But when they do make up their mind
king of Ollh@ra, and to hold both. There la FTRT1 In their action '
I ih tr...iter the man the kind.I The "FURY" will come about sooner or later and THEN I
, r ,the more human you will find AND NOT I'NTH. THEN will the necessary reetakllxatlon com d
horn It.. the mail man of small about
mini and mental stature, who I
fouls. he mut t>* liar.h and cold 1--=------ -

and aloof In order that men may .---
,I ,,e. aware of his importance. And 1I The Devil's Column TUBBY .
'iraally that Importance I* no I
greater than the man
IIV lULL M.\FIIj
Kindliness and tolorano and tea KEPT !'IE WAmNGAIJ' MUSTA LEEK PRETTY Soce.
TIM HonimilmHl Issuing Devil AREN'T VW
humor are the surest panporU to Wet' FOR ME. THUD TO GtT ME TO I
toed willHollands Wllllt FQSZER FogTENM1Ni1 RS, -rnt WHAT YOU SKID ABOUT

I tot back from Oa','Ile.da, but MEMOS, AIIYMOQt1; %ftSTCRQAY, SOCOUSIe.PATQICIA HIM WHEW YOU CAME NOME roc
rUCTRK tFIf'W HFRK will have to wait till Monday before I61.vC WK INS AIR OMV ItN CENTS!
going back t* work a* I will
I SAID MCTTHIkf DOW
Buy an ..!-and beat the ,
pow. have to red from the rest and *lck i
Mt MOST TMIMK I'M !
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1 n company! new from eating a peck *f peanuts t / A AW "1
Moat any day now you can '11. In two day and getting the malary \\l ,

Poet to read the message on the front fishing In the ...m..*.
billboard of the nation In In w'tr

wppn and over the radio Besides l the malary I brought back
No home %" lll b* romplola In ten pounds more weight and a cow
the near future, without .IU *..l. tall
I dO
Tilt great captains of industry will I -- ,

treed their own ....1.. Every manu Stores back riding 1* food fit.rclM. ..wto I'

cturlnv plant will warns with I If you dont believe what I ay (o .!

eels Georgia, the Croak get torn I.
When you co to the country, you I Told farmer hone that I is w raaor
will take a "apar*" eel with you. :back that you can shave with hla
You'II bq telllnf your nut door back then you will believe what I
....."bo.. "T(*. I doat see how 1 Just auTd I rod tn rnlnlle and
w* vr cot alone before w* gel tnt to more I could not walk.
Oaoar our pt .II"! w

But your dying with ru.Io".,. I 180m. men smile. In the evening.
Why the Data, Wen It Mma rays Horn men smile at dawn
the Seattle PUr, that the ThlUdclpbla But the man worth while -3. '
aoo bat Imported electric I I* the man who ran smile You DID citMrr r I SHOULD SAY So, : \"
..*la from Trinidad. According I* Whoa. W. two front teeth ar ,1 //TOBB' HC ClBTA MVl THE CHEAPSKA'Tye!
the supervisor of the too EmoraoaUrawn gong-Ex. \ 1 HAD un wtove t TOLD Ms$ WMAT i
Q 9p'p
91161b
Ott
\* TO Met I WAS
c' each of the eels generates TO TRY
wotiTe A OuARTEQ
one korpowr Thero ought to b* only one itc) UIt THAT aAWIMADE I
The Philadelphia scientists hart declared a
h4 to every family
NIH PAY Mg
found that the eats ran be ronn cud -
man at the club.
electrically and mad to run I -Thafa tru*." agreed a little SEFNft- TOLD -

*(.....*.1..* light up electric bulb chap, making figures on a Place )\1'I I
And do other trtcka. |I of paper e
Why the **U are electric no meal "'I.. aar* do you'" asked the
HIKW But thy ar*. Thy tint man with a milIndeed resee I
u. trklty <. shock their enemies. I do. I1** Just paid for 1 '
But how. the Infunlu mind of man hata for nine d.ulllaler.E.. Jra I'I I
their peculiarity lots
a turning I -
.mmrelat ehannela. The .*!'. "So your little bey warn't really ] "

t turl, will soon ba turning out had T" I
tulo*" for homes and factories | -No; we found him under the I
TIll electric eel ta hovel Freedom Sunday paper."--Ex. I
from billet Free "Jule*" for every. I Ib j
flortda. I IPartluc "I m Juet creep when rut away
.4yl Hot docl- ,
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Andrews, M.... Mctlwaln and Mr. Mra. H. O. Parkin Mra Merman benefit bridge parties lit b. ".... f
:\ C Bitten. Schleg, Mr*. Frank Skill, Mra T.I land ca.... Ms" private *n offered
B. Evan, Mra T. Warn Cooper Act IT-Th* Missionary Societyof
In and Around I VISITOR ARK tlI'ltI'Rlstn: Mr* Robert R. Dover, ..... Elobw the White tlto... Church will
I BY PARTY AT MrtKKIl HCMIKMra Bradley." Mine Rah Hlxon. Mia meet In the church and begin sewing -
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I\ George J:. Fraaar and Mice Helen Breaker, W. O. Burger. H. on article. for It* Chrtstm
Homestead Virginia Mitchell vWtor from A. Cameron F I. Zamwalt, Harold hamster.Aug.
I 8haw Mla, for whom numerous Robert and T. R. Dunn. II-The Arnicas Club will
social affair have been given were' meet with Mra Stacy Hawklna.Au .
guests of honor at a surprise party MISSIONARY SOCIETY: j ... H-.Mra Frank Rue will
liven In their honor Tuesday ..... IIOI.IW MEP TING be hiMtM ta the Rain *r Rhine Club
Mr. and Mr. W. T. McConnelland this <'It,.. He has engaged the tnt In the Ivan Mower horn by Mr. lira J. L. Ballard and Mrs John at a beach. party
their son Bill returned list Wetherlngton house on N W. Fifthstreet. and Mra "_I'. Mr. and ..... J. O Anderson.....* ho.e10 the I Ant. 64-Members of the O R.R. .
night from vacation spent InGeorgia It I* understood that Mr. Vann and Mr. and Mra T. O. Roarer. member of the Missionary Society and their famllle are urged to ,I
Deloach expects to open a filling I of the )r. E. Church South at a attend the Robert Morris Day celebration
station In the vicinity ft Hometd. Of the contexts and tame that meeting in the church Tuesday afternoon. In Bayfront Park Miami,
Mr*. George E. Show and Mis made the party a lively one none I Baoe.uae.r rain the attendance al I a'clock. -
Virginia Mitchell plan la leave from afforded more fun than the bean was mll. but those who A.... II-Th* Helping Hand 80-
Miami tonight for their horn In Mr*. I. J. Robinson returned to tarn which exacted a penalty of did t. spent a very pleasant arter- olety wilt give a benefit card party -Jl ;
Shaw, Mlm. They have spent the Homestead Sunday after a week'. bean for every answer of ..Y.." noon )1.... J. X McNeil! made the I.. Its club house at I p m ReheoMnents J|
paat two month.. visiting their visit with friend In Lakeland.W. or "Nothrouthout the *WI' At report on the food *al*, held Saluki will be **rved. The !
brothers-in-law. and sinters, Jot r. and the close Mra Rohree and R. R. I day because' Met I. I. Price chairman public I* Invited. 1
M... Ivan Moar and Mr. and MraJ. M. V. Kfc: J0\8 M'NCH, Scott had the most bean left and of the sole. was not present Bepu a-A school of Instruction
C. Vann of Homestead and Mr. MAY ANn! PROGRAMThe were consequently able to make The hostesses served punch and II will be held In Miami by MraMamie
and Idea Vernon O. Rqhrer of. Ml- all day neetlnt of the Bap- the highest bid In the bean auction I cookleaOther Lander worthy rand matron
amI. tint W. M. U. yesterday. consisted and carry off the prism Urn present were: M.... O.8howalter of the O. I!:. 8. of Florida, .
of a btielne session which beganat M. D. Jacobaen and Mr.. Rohrer Mra Motile, Wlngmte ....pt. 4-Th* member of tin
Mrs. Frank Skill worthy matron loI .. m.. a luncheon at noon won first Honor In an advertising. ...... Jason Avery and Mra J. A. Helping' Hand Society will brio
Of Ad Airri chapter of the O. and a proem In the afternoon. contest. I MeNellLMiss I their lunches and hold t special all
R. 8.. plan to attend the luncheon Mr. 8. L. McClanahan. the preil-. Other present were: M,.. and day meeting In the club houe
which Mr* Florence M. He- dent opened the meeting with song -
Mrs, Clyde Low. Mr. and Mr*. POLK AND MR
chard. grand instructor of the Iflth then the pastor the Rev. C.. N. I Fred Kuhn. Mr. and Mra M. R. HAItTMH-K OV PROGRAM I
district will give In Miami Monday Walker conducted a devotional' I Degler, Mr.'and Mra C K. 'Olitll.Mn. M.... Julian Webster who with
for the worthy matron of the service based. on the third chapter E. H. Brindenburt. Mia Haavl' Mr Webster and' their daughter
district. of Thlpplan which stressed the Hook. Mia Helen JvlntMon and Alta I* vlsltlnt-tn Atlanta, lent
need In a Christian life of looking Tom nnveaMOMS Homestead friend a copy of the
The member of the choir of the onward and upward-not bark. program of last Bunilay'i morning
JII'I'II.t Church went to Miami: Reports of work done by the various GIVE BRIDGE: service at Trinity M. E. Church QINf3
Roach this afternoon. for a swim department of the society Win HOMFXTFJin HALL Cl.ia there which Included a solo by Miss 0N11
and a picnic lupptr.Mr were given by committee chair I Ann Polk and organ number by
Mien Josephine. Pratt. Mr The bridge benefit sponsored t>y
men. Ernest Hartsork. )Ira. Webster'a
*. Frank Skill and her children Polk. Mr. C. N. Walker and the the Lion Club Tuesday night at' brother who visit. Homestead each gliu Y
Frank. Jr.. and Elisabeth. paitor. Other cent In report the Redland Cafe., netted Ml for: year at Christmas.
and 1\ra. Fred Redd and her chitdreit I which were read by )I.*. Grady the Homestead baseball club.I I Mr. and Mra Webster plan to
Theresa and Annabel spent ; Smith. secretary of the W. M. V. Eleven table were In play E. H. visit relative In Ratonton Oa.. before Even an old crouch will cay
yesterday at Miami Beach. : It wan decided that an alt day Oallaher an dMra Robert R. tloyer they return, "much obliged" It y''u fet him
Mr. Charles Camp left for the meeting In September would beheld formed the I.lon committee In hungry enough
middle. west. Tuesday to upend t..o'' t otake the place' of the circle charge of arrangement and Mra .. Calendar .
month -UitmK her sister* *tid and monthly meetings.During W. R. Bird and Mr*. W. F.. Rhe. The field'* Ol>ll|..-o-trama
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brother she will visit her son. the social hoar at noon nay, the commute In charge of I
the refreshments Mra W. I. ie-, Au.. II-A story hour will beheld
school
Paul In Detroit *l o.Mra. the Dorca Class core a want to changethe
dross. material shower for tin three ronlmo was the card chairman In the library at 4 o'clock. IF you
Ernest Robert, Jr., was a'' little daughters of the pastor and The first print for women a Aur II-Those Interested. Informing down lines in a
Malm hopper Tuesday Mra. Walker. Borne of the materialhad basket of groceries. contributed by a dramatic club will meet man's face to lines
been mad Into attractive Lion P. J. Franklin and Lion T. In tits library at I p. m. up 1I
The Miners Willie Boll and JanleMoweit d......... t. Faust was won by Mr*. Frank Aug. It-Mra Frank Rae will" be I feed him well. A steak 1'\'
loft lat week for a visit At two o'clock the O. A. girls Belts. The second prime. a fou,.. hostes. to the. Friday Club.Ant. from \
with relative In Netter and Oft. and their leader Mr*. Walker presented piece aluminum kitchen set contributed M-Mr*. Daisy Brown will a chop or a roast
vannah O*. an original and charming by the American legion give a talk on Alaka In the library I this shop is an invitation \
dramatization of file book they had WM won by Mrs Given Victor. The at MO.Aut. : .
Mrs. Newton O. Ball who left been studying "''.", p Fires on the Third price, a similar set .... won IT-Th* Areme Club will to good nature.
for Crestllne*'O., last week |Is now Congo." There wa came fir, by Mr*. E. H. Hlner. and the fourth give the second of a aerie of thru i

attending a reunion of her mother' of course, and V palmetto and vine prlae, a jewelry hot contributed by C. A. FIELD
family she plan to mend Hept.mher but with A Jungle background.The Lion Gordon Ivey, was won by Mra
visiting In Illlnola actor Included the missionary T. W. Cooper.
Margaret McOarrahi: his wife. Th first prime for men. > For Saturday Sanitary Market
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Mrs Eva Collins who I* spending Jan Brown; and six l opera boy Schaeffer pencil contributed by IJf A. P. STORK
the summer In Miami wa her Valerie Fitch Alta Vann Catherine Lion Howard Johnson of the Dlile
Iloiimload, .,.,
calling on friend this week Vann Fern Robertson Lola Walker Drug Store, waa won by Harold only
and Mildred lane. There wa Roberta The second prime.. five
J. A. Norwood plan to spend the alto a leopard Ellen Vann whoso gallon of gasoline contributed br
week-end In OpaLocka.W. eye (two flashlight. ) learned Lion W. 1'':. Rheney. was won by
from the Jungle and a nanny f oat. H. L. Cook: the third price., barber Sautntrr Pricer I.
I. Cooper and J. A. Severy Eunice Walker who could be service contributed by Bush ANGEL FOOD
made a business trip to Miami to. heard behind the bushea. Barber Shop was won by Frank BATHING SUITS
day. The strange syllable and melodyof Belts; and the fourth price a baseball -
an African chant won applause season pas contributed by
)11-:11':: I-I.1T1I, anIeUwt
Mr. W. R. Bird left In.t night fop the black youngsteraPiano Foy Hobbs was won by T. E. Dunn. CAKEWith tvdurw 3.50"6
for Jacksonville In response to an selections by France MeGarrah The refreshment served had 0241 ruin .
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urgent telegram from her parent Valeria Fitch and Marfue. been contributed by the Wet Grocery WO.MKN'M' HI'BACKS, '(T IP
which give. no detail rite Wollam followed the pia,. the Allen A Pope Grocery, I and S-iih-rn auJu.Bcadi u
The devotional service for the the A. A P. Company and the nu..... ".10 .Pdilhlmi'
Mr. and Mr*. Ploy Cram who afternoon conducted by Mr. Clemrate Homestead Grocery and member Chocolate or Stokes too up
e'J with their daughter. Lorraine visited Robertson consisted of versesof .of the Lion Club ll.lliln. Mliprr .'Ik! Dp
her a. guests of Mr. and Mr*. scripture on the promises of God. those present were: Mr. and Mr' White Icing: ('.1" I IK'. Ito and .10cI
J. ft.. Campbell!, have returned to The meeting closed with the song R. t.. Hutton and Mr.. and Mn.Rell Get your outfit now and enjoy
: their. home In Tampa. Mr*. Crum There' a Story to Tall to the Nations of Naranji. Mr. and Mr*. II all Minuncr.IRVINE'S.
S.t anti Mrs. Campbell *r.* sisters ," and prayer by Mr*. McClan- Frank .Delta. Mr. and Mn. H. I.
ahan. Cook, Mr. and Mra Given Victor. 25cRedlands
H. .. Brown ha received news of Thaw attending. all day Included Mr. and Mra E. H. Hlner. Mr. and I
the d..athfonda! of hi* grand the Rev and Mrs. Walker Mrs. Mrs. Revo Webb Mr. and Mra F. 1 N(''Olt l'OIIATED
f father. J. P. Brown aged II at Vinn Mr. Polk. Mrs. Flub. Mrs. H. Gallaher. ..[,.. and Mra !RamMcKlnsrry. Ion :N.: E. Said A,.... M1MIIIP.ACH
Abbeyvllle. Ala, I Petich Mra Child M.... McGarrsh Mr and Mr, W. P. TOCJd KXCLfSIVtLV:
'"' '" Mr. Robertson Mr. *. WcClantrsn. r>unwo dyr' Mr and Mra W. J.
Mon. Robert E. Anderaon. who Isvisiting Mr, Wollnm. Other attend- Oeronlmo. Mf. and Mra L. F. Cei. .....;.;.. .._......_........ ............'
her parent, Mr. and Mr*. Inc during the day were. Miss' Pratt Mr. and M.... Frank Webb. Mr. and Bakery
Ahmaa Md ..4III. In Arcadia la sit.ported Mra. Irwin Mr*. Blunder, Mra Mra W. R. Rheney, Mr and Mra
to return 1'0 Homestead Satrdwy. R. Bird. Mra W. M. Bradley. Homestead !
Bmlth. Mrs. HauHmin. Mra Rowen W. Opposite h{ :
Poets Mr Gault.Mra ---'-
Mra Hook. Mra -- -- Post OfficeJELIOT'S
: Horn, Mra Watson ..r..
Mr. and Mr. Andy Terburg and 1
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returned Dr. M. A. Berger Invites
baby Wednesday night .. \
( from Edlaoit" Oa., where they had I' Dr*MRT II 1--; ;;;;;;; ; ;; ;; ;; -- ---7 !

been visiting. relative of Mr*. Ter-I Piano Lessons Honest IS to .:.. I the \
burg for. two week
FOR BEGLVHERS: Plane MIMFknrrn I

H. Deloach of Okeechobee e.m.1 Miss Mary Tower Bklit., H..n.t patronageof \

to Homestead Wednesday and made i Phase 24 Iesneateel ----:::-:- --- II W. PIJiai.ER lUnrayne MIAWIOpnuHlu task \
arrangement to move big family to i iIIIJ.
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Annie Mayhew- Fitzpatrick A. SMITH M. P. : SMART MILLINERY Redland the I 1: ;j

MnxhMiA Onrrlln CmMcrvatory: and Royal r : NTYi.i moll
PIANOFORTE AND THEORY PRICE RIGHT District
/ '. I"L. TeerplMM I. .' VfALITY RIGHT

tit IkvlUnd Road Near mmyne DriTCPhono II1J _
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"', $1.95 $2-95 $5

John B. Tower M. C. SHOP
Private Summer SchoolTill AND ITHut

September First : X-RAY .fur jam aU wink oronlom la pill ssprkii 38 N. E. First Ave. *

Mn. C. N. Walker I PROIEE M Miami Fla. I ;
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Thursday, August' 22, 1929
Page Four HE HOMESTEAD LEADER


-"THE LIBRARIAN'S CORNER Marketing Is Much Bigger Problem I NEARBY GRETNA ',,1,


Bf Mr* L, I* :Sow Than Fruit Fly, Says Sen. Fletcher GREEN SEEN IN ..";;

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LIBRARY BUVIUh I In tile opinion of Ik-natdr l)un..ahIT -: Thla:: la the situation existing I I U. S. STATISTICS '

f I to i p. m. dally except Sunday. Fletcher the. Medlterranra 1 her*." he ctOt'lar.d."JI I* Op to .
I trait fly la a minor problem .. the people Can It be changed I ---- L.
1 to I p. m. Monday. compared With (hiprntlem of admit that It will require a big
Continued From rage tined '
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tee nreieer' rr..rrra ,r"rww I markmlng MorWi'i frhft adv.hHgeoorty. fffl fight" compared with tljlt In tai rep- :y1 Ito! >

fattirA'hy, Abrnat IT Win long be Any of our pWple fhlfrr 'd to a' acrorOlhg to a ttttry Ikhe To Ak tenanTa AM peaentlni a decrease ot Itil 01" IS..t a.
\1 remembered In Hor/i.rt nd. for (heillkmt dramatic' rub for Hdm.. ad i Mrs"I ( rtorldi Times tWWn lit Aflt. Referring the plan h* bigaugytmted per cent. tn ll.'tii4r..*. here U1(4 ,- <.'; '
'N .* book shower wag an I al led tft (! rne 'to the Ittlftry *VI- 10. which tilld fit all ddW a Made for a grower-controllrt marriages JWlrfolIId.t. j
a't-lol-k Wehuve by Florida". Medial ffii bt the marketing organhtatlon a* requiredby weV
,. event that will data title hMory. flay hlght<< lit 1gUt During the year Hit there s ..
it lost bed letter day. tor the 'I. m (own a toting1 min '\110 la United States sellers at a. mceflnfot the law creating the federal forth I.Ill divorce granted In the state,

Bra-it. 1 *<*<* law Da many happy a Memher of the Mlafni Hedchfratnktle rho labkaoni'ellh imi fcat' board, Senator Fletcher declared a1 cfcrrtpared with 1,011 In 1IT.repreaehtlnv .
Board trt lie fettfrfi tb WithIngton that Just a* goon a* he reached
Pride
people, not one dlarorYtnrH note.HvCry ( rlab and to haa1>rdAile a. derrcaae of OS or ..
: rifle drgahhntlon Hi the td atehtt 'la In the work down.. tar.' after I Inmtht Varaflonpent I j Washington he Intended to to Ik lit per cent. IA loll there ..re \ '

tteftUnd' WntrlM Wad tepr.""I.a. I Ml* frrftlcr LMnlletll1l.It.* his hm JarltMMivniKTXdlarrnt work to get member ot that board t.tri dlvbrce .,..",t./I./ There .. '

hid the whole thing kpellcft Co-o>. feaafu1ly pot OB evrfral playi that Mtnethln inUit together. .er Ht Marriages annuHeH In
be done when ft/lftloni/ i Kre "I will lay the matter before
';" 11041. hat coMadnted to 1M Ml director, at ltt. a* c'tlm ft'ea with It In Hft.The :
And weren't. out Oifflled 4t the least r the pfeaV'nt. until her.t.'hit such that Fldrlda. wninOi IrroweVaget them** h* I'ontlnu.d. "and oakthem tatlmated pttpuUrtan Of FloV. .

eight of our pay Wallis tn their i ld tI. becWhitt tae Ke'aty 80 only one dollar dot of evrtyhne to end their alileat expert t* Ida on July t, ltl. into 1,411,000. i

new nnlformeT How lId w* .vefh tog gt out y6tint ?Hilt togetherand pond far the trait Ifi'ID* northern Florid to make a. survey of the and on ;July 1, KIT. l.ttiooo. On <'
and eastern markeJi al wal 11%. condition here, and advise the
.y. Krilftaded all (hone book ahd put over one more rand thing the basis of those estimates, tnnumber
dltated by flgilrea Niade p magtttlne wllhoi/t them for Momcrfttad.Our of nHarflage per 1.000 of
I ,I tow day afro by U M. Rhode, adopt In an effort to solve their r
HOT
AM that rhotorfid who great the population was In 1921.
I 'fhfrfg tar Hdrnmead rid bak ant travel talk will be given I stet marketing owmmlkilonCr, Deflator problem," kl kgalnrt II.0' In IIIT; and the ;
Fletcher member df theReal .
I ft wouldn't be I bad MOIL to art tIt Monday night August 14. Mrs told Under the farm board, the eehator number ot JlvdrcM per 1.000t
Ittrfa Mistily tMmtloll lit Wo- nalay Brown of Redland will'tell' Potato Board that at ebbs (.itetarn..11 said solution will be found.This the portuIatWft was t.41 In IKS. vs ."

fnan'* Club t. put on the motorcade u* about Alaaka Mr. Drown has' h* to Washington fie was assured, he suggested br against I.94 In 1927
Would take about
for the celebration of the lived In AI...... studied the conditions "ep.0 Hriftr the declaration of policy outline*! Th* nbmber ot marriage performed -
r opening of Xrom Avenue In and he people and knowa her,I action looking tbWarda relief at thaI In the act ctearlng the board from and/ the number .t divorce b'Q:'
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earliest 'moment.
coat ono governor .hould'i. mo subject well. You will be well repaid poeirtMe which ho quoted claiiuM ahowlnlr was furnished by the state boaVd .{
buoy there are severs txtod'ofor* It you com out Monday night I I Present method of marketingthe that Organizations receiving aid of health. Th figure for 1911Are '

mo-ft* out Man women, tit Meld.tot and join this tour to the far north atate'i citrus fruit ,were de. from the I5ft0.000.00t fund at the preliminary and subject to cor.rectlon. f.'
; scribed by Senator Fletcher a* sash board' disposal mint be grower- .;
'Inatance WHO mad the tf. .
WeaCbo I that they its '''''1111'111'If.. jfoirrto : '
controlled.
del !'odds bf the book ,hole FridayMd -
''t tolt notice the it and TiT:::et* to i eoridltkflt 'tit senator Fletcher reiterated ...t.- building "
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.I you know what I am aaklngor peaaantry *erfd< 'Home people (111111.... ft wOO 'ltt thesis mad prevlom Occasion
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city council for our library? Industry h Mid. oh j material business recently established
was
I to lain and Mobil Oil Imply< But Well t am making them lo give .. I' Ihf same baala and*added that "no that the fruit ny la k minor problem In Manatee County.
d'd' not chef that oe tth.Tou 1 .*,compared with thai dt ,
worry enough money to keep the library Icnilblp Moan will continue/ this "011. of !Ie county'* biggest Ktiknclal -
see several week" ago that open eight hour a day-from i to pkf*. marketing the fruit advantageoniiy.W flrmk 1* behind that development
Miami New man aaaured me 'It II a. m.. t to I p. m. and I to I 'The are. going to get rid of the ny." ," h* added describing
Would not rein and I have Hid senator left Aug. t to be Its dl"I..4."btat something tooth '
every light except Dunday. Sunday travertine hi One of the ..orl *
before h* weirs. to here a way ofgetting we could keep open from I to ready for. the reconvening of the be don to give The mad who doeath finest building mattrlala and referring '
... 'ot i
anything tie want*--*vef| to extra .Ion the senate August work and pat up the money to
I III the artt"n On. And we are to It a* on* of Florida' Industries -
the kind of Weather, It wo Mil not making for riturM money either II, at which time It was expected, finance grove and forms more df Indicative of what may b*
needed shower to wash off thoee h* al.ted. the tariff bill would be the iron receipts. Me I* tint getting
a In tat'!. we art for leaa ttuih the exported here along that line.
book I inn confident ha could hi(him urn amount deemed. here. ready for the ypprr honm The hbi ahitre. W* are confrontedwith
hail krrang>d III aary by library t'OrtlirlltfNoeIn" aiaoclatlona. house la to reconvene September it.Florida the cold tact that such M ndt

Mr*. Albert Cave, k* official hoa- nut whether we are' Rays wmrfhldg Wibng I i I now the ('a..."

tea covered hefaelf and the com.fciitnlty alveh longer hours Or nM wt have Senator Fletcher emphaalied I relit Ines n'a TfcwaHe LC.CARRMallow's -

With klory and Palm Lodge lo have an ...I.I.nllt the librarian I Ila I produce the finest grapefruit I told Of a, 'ort>f'r ritl(>h he had
proved an Ideal setting for the final end orange In the Wnrld "f'riRoft to
r to give efficient Mrvke The I but with former Secretary of Agriculture 11Tt C
f.Ktlvltlcl. work h.. g>o 'n beyoNd the power. 1 "when a crop It old for |4>..tll,- I Wilson soon after h* went
And now how many books did of one ,.,alln. In July we loaned ';100 and the grower (pit bony III,- lo the senate In 1101 "Secretary Shop

we receive' Wrll I do not know J.I09 book*--and. of roo rue, there' ll.OCe of that amount, aa It repOrted .' Wilson who was Ono of the greatet .
exactly. I harm fiei-n too burly to la nobody here at thin aeoatln. However lit ContmtMlnher Khodo,' erretarle of kgrlcaltur the '
1 count booka and ft l looks aa though those folks who are her evl. I'something I* wrong that mama Be country ever had," Senator Fletcher OnnOOK AttCADR.
there would be plenty of work for dentty like to read An appraprlatlon II'0r..t04." continued. "told me that Florida. HOMEBTKArHaircutting / '

some.time to come-but books are of II.KOO.OO will carry ua The problem he added I* hierchanAlilng wad destined to bo one of the finest

still omlng III! through the yeai>. and It la for that method of marketing agricultural iectlori In the world. shampooing
amount I am aaklngDy of the crop In which the farmer But.' I raid' to him; 'Mr' Secretary I
Miss Thelma Hedd who has *upertked the way I understand library are being taken advantage dt all we have ho inch fine lull aa massaging and gen-

the children story hourat I* one Of the teed city department along the line There are tome that rich black loll von hove out eral battering. Special
the library Friday afternoon la that kept Its expenses concern. now making money out of In your own state of Iowa" '
out of town this week It seemed within the bU"rtha other department the situation he declared And 'Fdrgpt the IOn; he replied attention to women and

too bad to have the children dlaap- efficiently runon the "they will tell yon that the marketing "I'll lame the two moat essential children.
pointed ao wi will have the story sum appropriated for It la the fire I system I* all right, land to leave things for successful agricultural' e
\ hour as uaual Mla Fmndi SueQruham department. Maybe the fire chief It alone" de'opm.nt-hf'lt und moisture I "A 111UN1' KHAVR: IF you I

\ will five several reading did nor bane quite .a ."an,. or Rut. he continued, "no Mete can You tuft make the a6ll anything yo" BEHAVE"
and tome of the tide hue promla- ,"' I
aa brilliant conflagrations aa howlnhed be prosperous sinless the peopleare want to .. .
ed to help with the story telling and w. did hot have aa proiperout, khd "When 'th* ttorecomes Great strides already have been -_ --- .
I Ho tell all the children to came : many new books or aa much palate to draw the lifts between tnnd*. Senator Fletcher "1.1. but
I There will be a magaalne for each and varnish aa we. really anted- half
inn
a ddaen people Who want to greater onto Are to come He
1 little girl (and boy loo. If he wishes but we both lived within our meads control in industry, or the thooaahd Mid he find Just been told by the. 666 .j
noel to have far cat out. Maybe I and I think w* ire both dvacrtlfi Involved I km With the IhouaaHda. nahluerg sugar Interests that they I
f. some of them will have some paper of Hire cheer*--and more money. ." etpfcted a. production of 1,000,004

dollel That I.. If you should auk me'! "11 It better to 1H a handful ton annually within five year I* a Inscription to
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control the citrus Induttryr he front their holding In the Everglade Colds Grippe Flu Dengue
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Caba-II Asked, "or In open up the Kale far *, with hundred of carload 1
Four-Room Bilious Fever and
I ,Replaced thousands of famlllnt. Who will of cctotex Id bo mkde from the !,

come here plant groves and become stalks, and alcohol from molaeae Malaria
Limb at Smart BeachesNow
Hickory good clfhieni of Florida He expected outstanding develop- ft t*the moot .portly remedy know
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York. Aug. It.-Th* Innumerable pillow colors and n

dressed beach this season sturdy bridge table."

1I.ell'l And *. for plaything that jovial -
to b* equipped with ."."Ihln
/ an atomlaer to perfume the beared old gentleman who

log wave*. Routhhimpton. Newport goes prowling; around In chimney
and other aeaatde In the dead. of winter would heamaaed WARMTIRED?
of the Eaafi elite PI."round'l at what summer brings lo

I .and have broken out In a riot of the beache F

There la, for example the aquncyrle -.
playthins. It look like a bicycle and

memories of the old kwlinmln hole pedal the same way, but It la "allt After a long hot day at your business or your home drive
teem a* primitive a. Adam. i to float on two bright pontoons, has

Take those cabanas, for Instance a screw and rudder like a motorboat over to the Dixie and enjoy one of our refreshing sodas, or a delicious
-brl hl-c.lor a playhouse moved and can be pedaled alone. .
into the **nd. In which you con the water a* toll at a good. ...m. sundae made from famous Jersey Ice Cream-and do =
...Im. Then there'a the
spend the day If you wlah. A mer can
writer In the tbrrent Harper' IIar *. aklbokrd. an equaplan equippedwith your shopping for drugs or tolet articles without the discomfort
describes theme: a email outboard motor, on

The** little' cabins bring everyoavenlencf which the rider fan ittthj and skim of leaving your car. Our curb service takes in out entire stock
th at tl miles hour
over wave an
,- Of living quarter to
It h* bat a heart foe thrill for comfort -
the beach sad make a marvelous your
nose ot supplies for all activitiesTh Surf and swimming board with
moat Ideal bats have at least vivid decorations patterned In the '
two dressing. roonos and Inside living shape ot a fish win, carry the rider WE DO APPRECIATE YOUR BUSINESS

room and a perch facing thewel.r. along the creel et a wave or rapport
him when he wishes to 1M
ridden for game ot water polo
'For those who find the cabana
jousting and water race.-..0 saynothing
elaborate there I* a modernistic
too
of a down newly Invented The Dixie Drag
group *f beach furniture centering
beach
game to be played n* the '
parasol if startling black
an a. toots
Itaelf all the while acquiring thehighly s
and a hit*. or orange and green I desired summer tall. tlI
caavaa with' aide nap which can JACK POLK Phone 537-W HOWARD JOHNStON .
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be booked down to make it tote

a sizable tent. Beneath this aMean
canvas '1I1f. cover the solid \

on all aide. Then I* also a matching
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August 22. 1929 TilE HO ME S TEA D T. V AD E R Paz Fire


M M M HMMHBBHMI I Kill Ants In Seedbed

I the ChurchesBVPT1ST I VUT Is I With Cyanide Fumigant


: Ante often rt Into wdbe4. and
arval. away the ed- Besides his
TI annoyance they cause more troqbi"
and 8. W rouitl Avenue, j, r' by building their nests right in the
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: Homestead. Tb R It CrOMinan, paator Sunday achool iU I Was among the young plant Foi.
.'',;, |ffalkr. paator. Sunday school at : 10; prea.chln.\ a. m. and ':U these reasons It I* advisable t* ..-
$>< .:tI i. to..I I.. ttcClanahaa. (U- p. m. Prayer muting Thursday EN? tiroy an ant hosts hear the seedbeds
.\aJ BorlnioMenl Breaching it II a, in. it T-IS p.. m. A hearty welcome to before plaatUf them according to
75 ; and 9:00 p. m Th 8..ninonhind .II. J R Wateon. entomologist of the
Melts OB Buntalr 'n rnint at
j. Blporlrnoht Staildh, .l!
3 V. llitO: O'clock. JI6th.T. eta ktunt F-risoot-AL. Plant Sweet Peas in September t. do this, nothing W better than

>' church while children: attend the ... .......'*.-Th. R*>. C P. lack.an a wlurlon anode by inking Uxttter

Unhohm tti *tlc.. Y. f. V. rector.: Sunday kchool I at II .. nnn..vllle( Fla.. Xng. to.- 8ep. I Iteniber fa be grown should hare plenty atrganlt an dance or potassium *r *odla a
f.'0 $. In. 1:. C. Bhkrard, brl-, !' and nf ..
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cyihld To
M galhiH It.
I ierrlo and .
; *ermen at It a. sa and October are the month matter. In Iddltloh, about!
> : dent few and Intereatlfeg pro.antffil .. tppt. wltS Klkk tool
.' for planting. sweet pass for winter'act poled of commercial frrtlllwr k punch k *
/ afc w*.k. W. M. U. m.... I
I about d foot tnrokgl the malatntftiic
IAJ'I'1IF.RA flowers, Says W. t* Floyd, /firofee-1 should be used for sack nqbttra. !yard Beep
In* tier? AIM: W.4IIdlfl ol the I to the ant fleet bad Our
lor of hortloulfure In the College planted Select the heavier MlU
". month- at t:00 o'clocklira, & I.. nnlUiMl.-Tb* n.T. O. Nuarfrnaa. l la K ftW taMelpoOHfUll Of the lieu
of Agriculture. Those planted! In'September for Meat pra0 "'hrnre poMlblo
ttcClatiliiin. j>rd! nt ".16r. English fervlce avcrywo.nd Kill Make flower by i iI Iditael !'rtIt _. Flod.Wh..n lutton. When 1% has soaked tap
,' Ik! Sunday, at I p. 11\.' German c Tf the hot 'II tth earth and tramp
Aug. -Morning sermon: "Th Chrlitrnai. *hlle Iho.e platted In the plants reach a heightof 1
| Divine K1: !ctlbn" Evening ervlce: Pvloli IM Sunday la hack .nt" I October should bloom In JanoiryTh I two or trrre inches tley should th* surface 10114.( The gar given Art t
(: Mink lefmdn all. the Innjfrt. "Th W I (I. m.FhirlAa. tried should !HI planted from b.' thlnnt-d 10 a. distance of four I ,will penetrate the galleries and kill
'Jji\ Great Physician. three to four inches deep A trench Inches apart Light poultry win itt the adult and papa* Id the
:ri Prayer service Wednesday even- ML'i IIODIP'r PIRCePAL: should be dug the dmr.d depth I make a very good trellis Th best
1> Inn .t I. Subject: "Preaching the 411' 'CommunllyTh4 Chare+11 and the seed dropped In about two plant Should be watered a< lean Then treatment' should be given' 1
w. Goipel la the K'gloh n..,oll ." R.... Geared, R. Deuel pMlor.ttuhrtoy Inches apart They are thru covered oboe a week during dry weather., It night or early ta the mdHng.el .
:: Act II. Khool. 10 .. m., Mr*. Nellie about two Inchel deep, laving a* sweet pea require a largo -- --- ----- f
GouhK-Rev. C. E. Milton. pa. Mufllni, .uperlnt.nd ht: pnachtn the remainder 6f the sell In a ridge mount of water. flower" of our grahdmottler1garden
.... uhdar fr-bobl at It a, m. at Tl t. m beside the trench. Ai the keedllng if red Sweet\ or pliant tied attack *, This botanltilly was
';f Wilson 1wetA fd. upi.rUMha-en-t; Ad*. II.-Vts |ir"achr<. WhlrM [ begin to come up the toll hi ...work the plant praying and Oust known the older day I* Cacalla 41
y reaching.. 11:00 a. m. and IDe during Aufuit.Itetllaiwl. over them until the ground U ing will be __..,. Duet the red odoclaea and la sometimes *o catalogued 7
'i t. mol B. Y. P. C. T.OO p. m.: W. .-The Rt... George E. I..d '!. spiders with sulphur and spray the now
a, life U. second and fourth Monday Dowel pastor. Sunday school, 10 The toll on which sweet pea arc I lice wlrh tobacco est rut.I Its modern botanlal oarn* la
,
Ie l:.0; prayer rr:*.tlng. Wcdne o'clock. Mind Eatolle Turner euperlntrndnnt I Emilia flammea. It has longit -
day at 7:10 p. m.Florkte em m'"< clulten of bHIIIkat
Public worship at j
Moderns Like Brilliant Garden ColorIn that ,
orange scarlet tangle makefin
11. Ep worth Le.", &. ':10 p.' m. I
reiytla'r'sAtaeiawrw" iubject lor cutting.
Cllj-Broadway and MKTROniST: ISCOPAI this Juan age mild color the brighter color 1 And In tile galaiy of red.. yellow
Kith street Cundav School at schemes of pink, lavender sod gray In the carlfU, the peoay'flowrd and oranges the old fatertte. i
It.09 a. m. for pupil under tvIrani SOUTH are coming to be regarded by dome opium poppies give some gor- the htetnrtiom0'Ate the reliable I
= of ago; tnornlrig service al White. Stone (liurrh-Homed fad. gnfden mantra a* Victorian reprea- tenon flaming colon which are enjoying II of the gard n, giving a wealth of t i
11 o'clock. W dnday ivonhniMMeUng. the fcaV.: L. Munrd, V. C. pai- ilrfna this being the perWd In a renewed popularity and I I material. for bowl. on the table i
which IncliMot tei lmon- l. r. Sunday! school at I:U a. n1.C. which they received their most are encroaching on the Shirley' pop.by all aummeh !
said. or Christian Science treating.I A. Field auperlnfnd'nt. PreachIng strenuous advocacy Garden ar type which for a time usurped --.--- -- -
09 o'clock. All are cordially at 11 a. m. and I p. m. Senior : taking on mora brilliant color Th the bulk of poppy admiration.I II
welcomed.CHCROH. League at ':10 p. tn; Hl-I.fagW *tT :anathema against red In the garden Scarlet alnnla add to the warm. 1'1
p. m. Prayp and frlM .crvliWednetday -. frequently heard a few year ago colored section of the garden and
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OK CHRUTHonvMtcad. at I p. M. I I. giving watts an appreciation of the aMa I* finding a place for It* GOING FISHING?
.-Corner of Aveou., Slaver l'alm-n.v. C P 8Urni brlllanl riwmlnacrlvt In late turn ;I
A and Fifth troet. Bible Union. Sunday' school every Sunday at I mer.I .
10:10 .. m.; communion It'll 10 a. m : preaching orvlrei- The marigold, with their orange TRY
I. ,,,. first and third Sundays of each rrati I brown and crimsons are Indlepenaabl -

month at 11 a, m. and 1:10 p. m.| In the highly colored garden !
CHURCH or ooo Junior League and Intermediate and with, their near relative John Anderson'sI'ISO l

.-. ,-J. I:. Dodaon, pin- League at ':10 p. m.. prayer meetIng the calendula" are being grown '
tor. Song service, 9:1l: ass m.| Sunday at file p. .... TsedayMvrHODIsT more and more A new calendula '
school at 10 a. ill.; U. d. Murphy the molt brilliant orange yet Introduced MARKET J ,
0' uperlntendvnt Preaching : FHFK U offered among the novel
it 11 a. m. and 5:00: p. m. Prayer Florida tltc-Th" Hev. O. M. tie this year the Radio. The Ball Opposite. ItnmeWmd T 0..
Sheeting ever) W-dnewlny evening, Russell of Rln1...". pallor Sunday' calendula In both yellow and i
School every Sunday al 10 n lit / orange make the older type look

:.. f'iu'rtni nr rm BAAAtI F Preaching II n. m and 1'IA Insignificant Sure Catch
jlun..atead.-"orner Mowry 81 f p m. on alii'rnat" Hun .
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4Intent.
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1Io..........................,....,..." ......' .... ":::.......H.........rrr........."..."...................._ fine crimson varletle The mall- With Silver Hook'

I both flowered yellow annual and sunflowers Md-marked, now type In I i

WEm FASHION ARTICLE I ... .
: add to the gayety of the garden and I -.I.

I offer a tall subject of value I

BT LUCILE BUCHANAN Ad old-timer, whichha* made its ,
,1; ranhlon' Editor of Harper'* ITaiar appearance In floruit window and'

.';' Uy Av..1.i ArranremeiM Between the Hojnetiind 1127) Lender I Anneals the linlllUiit Aar... I ha found garden recognition Igaln. I II. R"' '

;A :-....................-_......-_..._-..........and.............ITarper'a....-..... ..Banar. :::Oopirwrlghl.. : )._.."._ Color I I. Flora' Paint Brush or the "ta-1

New York. Auir. II. -Chic can In elaborate d"tal1 :91111111 IIIiIIIII111111111111111111111HIM1111111111111111111111111 1111111111111111111111111111111111111111111II'llllllllilli( lllllliltii
be xpreu.,d In children' clothe Fur boy, from the agar of about
just ** easily *. It can In the drew four to eight or nine little sailor
nf their olden Having! your children .I lull with Did shortest of shorts = S i
or your young sisters smartly are very -hlo, made In linen broadcloth =
attired I* just another evidence of or com other "olton material 1 (I
A finely' striped 'blue and white
your own feeling for ityle.Hlntpllolty I.
|I. the most Important I washable cotton fabric I I. hotly
factor,. for 'there I* nothing more : smart and serviceable for this type
unattractive than fussily dressing I'I of .ult For parties, these are can = 5
children, and car should b* takento I'I ping In whit with navy blue In. = =
drew the m according to their lima, worn with whit cock. ,
particular type For cooler weather, twopiecesuits -- --
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I I are good-a tight fitting = =
Putting children In imall edition -
jumper with matching shorts Indifferent = =
of 1rI'0,.n.up clothes I I. a grave dam.see -- --
strong color The ..hopt.In -
that should certainly ha avoided
this CUM should also b* a. abbmlated 5
for It I* not only unsuitable I buts
a* pOMlblv Thaw lam
make thorn, appear ridiculous .nil. In panel shades rn be worn
Keep them young a* long a* podlblfl *- for dressier oociiloni6ne I I
Pre.* them limply. .
of th rmot difficult prohftern
f For very little girl, between tb..1 I* dressing the 'illd... girl
aye of five and ten there I* who I* just betwixt ..nd. between Sure thing-no workWe
ing smarter than the classic T.nntlHh i, neither a child nor a grownup.Her I : guess I
imock lull and beltle.*. For again simplicity should prevail.
very day summer wear they .
'mad In various blue, pink, ".1"1

i tow and ,...0.. and are II.U.II'I 1 Littleatralght In line, with one-piece belt and drossesaellored little keep your white pants and white suits white.
short deeved For winter they
I It any trimming. Pique gln,.
can with b long* mad.leevew IB heavier fabric am and woolen linen are forwinter.good for. Summerand Jersey I Linen suits without a wrinkle for only $1.00.It I

But even more practical for cold I.
skirts Jumper, and cardigan art
ad weather are th* little Jebwy skirts mart" and often .becoming to the costs you no more to get the best in cleaning _
and jumper.-a full plaited' iklrt .
larger girl In different color
cointilnatlona.
4' and a plain tight fitting jumper| and pressing service. Just phone 5GO-M or bring
with high neck and long sleeves ,

'! These era good la strong dark.color I An instrument hat ben designed >; them to the -
such a* navy and bright ...41..1 to drive kyflpe through the root s
Sometime an attractive of an kbee4Ml.tooth In order la
f lion la achieved r.y sting a dark told pulling It.. Homestead Dry CleanersA.
{ plaid skirt with a plain colored _
; jumper In a fcarmonlalng *had*. I Carlo Francisco ha. arrived In
s. DAVIS
Party dreamed are mad In crop ProprietorIF
Rio d* Janerlo after rowing II 000
d* Chin or lUll but should b.1 mil. In a small .....t. I
,alnvplo and crisp in affect with lit- WE FAILJ"OUDON'TPAY
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..1i'ic nTeved In twat4thtbdo: USE MAN'fSANESE If lQllmlllnmUmlllllIII11l11l1mlllllllm! !( IIIIJUnUmf n1l1l1ll1ll1l1ll1l1ll1ll1l1ll1l1ll IIlIIillllllIJlIIlIThtafsdaty !

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Page Six THEn HOMESTEAD LEADER Thursday. August 22, 1929 1'I


LEGAL NOTICES amuse, and In default thereof that: cry to the highest and beet bidder virtue of a Writ of Execution la- Notice Is hereby liven that under
a decree pro oonfeaw will be entered for cash at the South front door ef sued out of the Civil Court of and.by virtue of the Final Decreeof
'I "- ------ agalaat you. the Court House of Dade County, In Hecord of Dade County Florida. In Foreclosure rendered In the
: Hutkr 01 Application for The Homutead Leader ta hereby the City of Miami. Florida. en Monday 1 that certain cause therein pending above entitled cause by the Honor-
Tn Heil I designated u the newspaper In, the Ind day of September. A. Numbered HID wherein judgmentwaa aide H. a Petteway, on the 14th
1
Notice la hereby given that W. F, which. thla order shall b. public had n. 1929. between the hour ef redered against M. F. Ryan day ef July A D, If II, the undersigned .-
t X Robertson Holder sit Assignee once each week for four lonaecuthe eleven o'clock A. M., and two Transfer Company Inc. In favor Master In Chancery will offer
of Tax. Certificate NM II 14. and I w.."" o'clark. P. M.. the Mm being a of A 1. Jeffrey, trading ea Jeff for sale and Mil at public outcry -
If dated thelth day of l'ebruat r Done and ordered In Chamber local sales day and the hour the Service, Station plaintiff I have to the highest and best bidderfor
1 A. I) 1111, haa filed Mid Certif at Miami Florida, this Ith day of legal hours of sale, the following levied upon and shall offer for ch at the South front door
,''J!'. icate In tnr office, and bas made Auruet. A. D., IIM.B described property, situate In DadeCounty sale, to the highest bidder for of the Court House of Dad County.
apron anon for tax. deed to IMU In: a T.BATHKRVAN, Florida, ro-wlf cash at the South front door of theCourt I In the City of Miami Florida,
; accordance with Ia...... Said CertlfItetea Clerk, Circuit Court, Did County, All of Block Sixteen. ( It) lit I([ = House, at Miami, Florida, I on Monday. the Ind day ef September -
f ; embrace the following described Florida Downer Palme Subdivision No. I during the .legal. houn of Ml*, upon I A. D., 1.11. between the
properties, situated In Dade ft, 1. according to the: Pint there. the first Monday In September hour of eleven o'clock, A. M. and
it County Florida, to-wIt l1tyhputy: Clerk. of recorded In the Public Record ''September 1, 1920 the. following t e'lc:: P M., the Mm beinga
Lot 11. Block I, Washington Park (Circuit Court eat) of Dad* County, Florida. described chattel. to-* If: I sales day, and the hours the
Subdivision In the NW t(, of NKV4 of PRICE, PRICK KEIIOR A The abodeacrlbed property together i I I 1 Ferdwa Tractor Motor No. legal' hour of Ml, the following
Section 14. Township 17 South KA8HKWITZ.Hollrltora with all the tenement 405942 .I described" property, situate In Dade
't flange 49 Rant. Town of Florida for Complainant hereditament and appurtenances )I i Kordnon Tractor Motor No. i,County Florida to-wlt:
City, II embraced In Certificate No. Au(. .. K, II II, Bopt. I. thereunto belonging, or In any wise 1 14117 I All of Block 11. of Downer
nTh.. assessment ef Mid prop -- -- appertaining, will be sold to satisfy \ Purchaser to pay for bill of ..1..1 1 Palm No. 1 Subdivision according -
erty under the Mid Certificate Issued In the Circuit Court of thJiMlMnl .. Eleventh Mid decree and all ..-.. This M. P. LEHMAN.Hherlff.. to the plat thereof recorded -
was In the name of Alder- ilrcnlt. of tlorhl*. In and notice to be published once, a week I In the office ot the
man. for Ikiil "....,6t,. In Chaatvry, for four <4) consecutive week preceding By (i. A. wln1"t.1 I Clerk of the Circuit Court In
Lot f. Tllork 11, Washington no. 26497. the said sale day' : I and for Dade County. Florida.
Park, Subdivision In NW' of NKtt : Victor Jo:. Downer, Complainant ra. K P. ROBERTS. EDW. B. (jrtNAN. The above described property together
of Portion 14. Township (7 C F. Ltobhold a alnitle man, C. Special Muster In Chancery. Attorney- with all the tenement
South liana 40 Kaat. Town of C. Tyra, a single man and The nON K: FKHRKYRAIHA : Aur 1I. .2!. tl. II. hereditament and appurtenancesthereunto
Florida ( aa embraced In Certificate Commercial Bank A Truat Company C. HAYCOCK.Solicitors : belonging or In any wise
tyi.. The assessment of a Florid corporation, aa for Complainant.Aug. la the> Clrnilt Court of the Eleventh appertaining I will. be sold to MtlefyMid
Mid property under the Mid Certificate Trustee, DefendantaNothii 1, I. U. 11. 11. Judicial limit. of Florida hi decree and all coats. This
Issued was In the name of of MaAtvr'a Sale _"y and for Mile ......n.'. 1* Homestead M....... Company Notice la hereby given that under In the Civil heart of It.rnM. In ......,. No. xn &4-n 92.169. for four (4) consecutive week preceding
Lot 7. Block 11, Washington and by virtue of the Final Decreeof and for I milefunnty. Florida.L. Victor E. Dovner. Complainant, va. the raid E.main P. day.RORERTS.
Park Subdivision In NEIL of NKH Foreclosure rendered In the L. Jeffrey trading aa Jeff Frank Hauaman and Myra A. In
of Section 14 Town.hlp (7 above entitled cause by the Honor Service Station Plaintiff va. M. Hauaman. hi* wife, W. J. Clark Special Master Chancery.
South Range 40 Feat, Town of able lea H. Hutchison on the 10th F.. Ryan Transfer Company Inc., and Camilla C. Clark his wife I DON K.: FERn ;YIU.
Florida Pity, ai embraced In Certificate day of July, A. D, 1111 the undersigned a corporation Defendant and J. W. English and Grace IRA C HAYCOCK.
No. II The assessment ( Master In Chancery will of Solicitors for CompluHwntAug.
o Notice his wife Defendant
of gain Knitltah. ,
I 1, I. U, 21 l'
said property under the Mid Certificate s fer for sale and sell at public out 1 Notice Is hereby liven that by Notkvof Maxtor' Sale '
lulled was In the name of

Ilomettad Unless Mid Merc Certificates Company should 'lllllllII1IIIiif i { { IlIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlIIIIIIIIIIICIII! / / / / / / / / / { IIIIIillllllllilllllllllllllllllliilllllllllllllllllllllll lIlliilllllllllllllilllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllL{

be redeemed according to law, tax
deed will IMU thereon the llth
day of September. A. 1). 1119.
Dated this 14th day of August, A. I I
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R. n. I.EATHKIWAN. I|1
Clerk nf Circuit Court, Dad Coun. == ==

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(Ok. Circuit Court Seal
Aug. 16 11. II. Sept I, 11. I I


X"v::: ': foe Tax Deed ,
that W, F, |
A. KohertHon. Holder u Assignee, ,
of Tax Certificate Noa 14 and n. Announcements
dated the tnd day of June. A. I>. I I Engraved 1
114, hii filed Mid Certificate In'i
my office, and has made application I j!
for tax deed to Issue In accordancewith ,
law Said Certificates emi i .,
brace the following described prop. ; : ,
ertlea, situated I In Dad County !' V and Cards
Florida to-wtt: i .
Lot 14. Block 21. Town or Florida ;
City, aa embraced In Certificate :
No. 14 The anaoiament of anld I I
property under the Mid Certificate '
leaned was In the name of M. 1. : ;

pf 4ltOti.; ; niock 17, Town of FlorIda 1'I ,' ,

City, a. embraced In Certlf-i I '
t Irate No *1. The assessment of ';:

j Mid .property laiued under was In the the sold name Certificate ef stamp the sender as one who cares about doing the socially.

M. I. A D. Co. | ?
I'nlKM Mid I Certificates should be'' -
redeemed according to law. tax =

day deed of will September Issue thereon, A. D. till.the llth correct thing. Let us show you our new samples and

bated this 14h day of August
A, D. 1191 I .
K: r.KATHKRMAN.. prices of .
Clerk of Circuit Court, Dade Coun _
Florida, 0(
(rik. Circuit Court Seal) '. :,
fly Jno. Fi.nn... D. CAu i ". i
*. 15. 11. 29. Sept. 6, U. .. :r'
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In the emit t'onrt of the llth ;I ,t. < Jff
Judicial C.'I...- tlt nf .'k......... In and == : .4 ==
for l>a County, In flmm-rry. I INo. t
Announcements -
17 H.-ltOnhf U Wedding
of Publication I ,
II. Whitney IJvlngstnn Complainant .
vs. Lewis A. Uatea et aU. Hepondent i a.
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In the Name nf the Slat of ,'IorItI.1 Wedding Invitations
To Reginald W. James and .......... I (" =
James Ma wife, care ef Royal t.,
Bank or Canada, Havana Cuba; .

andIharlea: R K. Doyle and ........,.1 i / .
lloyle. his wife care of Reginald 1 a Engagement AnnouncemeiaC -
W, James Royal I
Dank of Canada '
Havana, Cuba:
It t* ordered that you, and
0' you do appear on the .th herol,
of September. A D.. Itil I I
ewer the bill of complaint At-Home Cards
to fore filed against you In the
cult Court of Eleventh .
J cult, at Miami. Dad County. h.r'1 i/JII./ .
ida by H, Whitney = =
Ih" above styled, entitled and < I .. E
bored cause. and In default Cards *' '
Calling '
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of. that a decree pro confeno will ,. ,.
be duly entered against you ,.* ., ?'.
The Homestead Leader l I. hereby v .
designated aa the newspaper In I : f :<. I
which thin order shall bp published : rand
once eiwh week for four coneecutlve ,
t weeks. "". =
Done and ordered at Miami. Florid .
JUI*. this Ith day of Augunt A., D. I' other engraved stationery. Reasonable Prices. Prompt I

II:. B r.BATHERMAN. I = =
Clerk Circuit Court Dade County '
Florida. (
D* )0(. Swift .

y Circuit Court /IeJInJ'IJlIitl'f Deputy Clerk. =-= ...... =-=

KKrlrtB A -- --
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Solicitors for Complainant -
A VI. .. It 11. It, Sept I. == ==

In the ('I"'tMtrt' ..T the llthJwVrial .
Omtll of FVtriita, In amifor

Ibuh 17H7-C Onfc-r('nunl of PiibHoatKinH. ,. Jn t'hancrry.So. 1 The Homeastead Leader I


Whitney. v*. H.Mvlnnton P Brown Complainant et al Re- == ,. : == .

anondenlaIn II"Na..M>: ot file fill of FliirlilaTo 14 N. W. Third Street .
H. P Drown and Dorothy Ii.Brown _
his wife, and Julia F I ;
unknown Carpenter a font ante, residence I I

11 la ordered that you and each
ef vou do appear on the Ith day
of .."t".b..r., IU', to gnawer the
bill af complaint of H Whitney
T.lvlnnton heretofore filed in the
Circuit Court of the KlewMh Judicial .
Circuit ,t Mtaral. Dads

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t August 22. 1929 THE HOMESTEAD LEADER Page Seven '




It t Peas and Eggs LEGAL NOTICESIn CLASSIFIED ADS


t he hit Chart of Ibvnrd. t* :11
.nd tar m a.w (lu iuy, Florida.
\... tMI. RATE: That Insertion The altos; subsequent tnrtlcM.Utlln .
,
8. Bob Dean Corporation, Plaintiff :1
v*. H. J. Kaeng and H. T.
Hodges, co-partnership doing ,
business under the mats and r
style of The Right Way Laundry, FOR RENT UOHMBHCUL HATCHING-taby
Defendants.. chicks and baby ducks Day
>o4k Notice Is hereby (Ivm that t. M.
P Lehman Sheriff of Dado County, FOB RENT KCARimiD PINE- road, 1 mile south of Princeton
I Florida by virtue of a writ of ... LAND. One hundred ears* well- I aim)
<'i utlon Issued out of the Civil Court
or Record In and for Dade County, scarified ptneland partly with. -- .
KlorlJn on the Uth day of August in city Holt, reauUcdor la various WANTEDw.
1r 1// !
lli.'a, In that certain mass pendIng sections of R*.land Dl-
wherein 8. Robo Dn Corpora ,
-- ----- -
trlot. for croppl.1I.an lilt110 -
i .n Is plaintiff and B. J. Kaengind
H T. Hodges a co-partnership Wra I. JCrome. Homestead I I HAVE HUTBRg! FOR LAND In
doing, business. under the name and Fbv, the Heeland DletrM. Must be
style| of The Right Way Laundry, <\11-1) advantageously located and suitable -
d r..nd.nl" being cause Ne.
si
for avocados. Will from
''U81. will offer for sale and sell the ------ pay
following described personal property fifty to a hundred dollar per
r I i to.wlt: WOWRr HOOSB for ....nt. Fun acre Write giving location and

1 1 Extracting Machine Malted, modern Improvement II description of property <:. H.
I Mangle and Apron (In
j three parts), bedroom.. Located within t rWNTNER, Fort Lauderdale.
I rolls for Mangle, blacks of 4 packing house and Florida. !
I as the property of the said B. J.Kaeng Bank of Hom olead. U & Mow- palO-ll)
and H. T. Hodges, a ....-
t' JftEAS are appearing Eggs are whey. UamoM on a hut and I partnership doing business under ry, Box lOt Homestead.
JJ rich Peas and elge together serve with a white tauce (ri.t; MXciipi the name and- style- of The Hlsrht (a.-tf) \
IT rich I Monday .... WILL BUT Certificates of Deposit ,
are and appetizing Have ) with drained whole peas Way Ijiunrtrr. on
tried ? ber Ind. 1929 during the Bank of moataaH. A. Cam* i
ever fni* combination This retire will nuke four ordinary
Mere: hours of onto, to-wlt, ...."tAim.1 FOR SALEFOR
are some recipes for it which sited cnnard caps full. I ran.
o'clock A. M and 1
will doubtless suggest more to you. A Delicious Omelet at the south n'to'door- (all-tf)

In the meantime, try: County Court House ot fade County --- -- -.---
Ce tied Pt Omlrl: Make M Florida- SALE: I Owen Strain Rhode
.. fV* Ttmbain: Drain on No 2 omelet, an usual with three ergs, M. P. UHM4N'. Island nd rooster, 1H years
cnn of .rollth'MI press through a three tablespoons milk, and one-hall sheriff. Dade County, Florida.PRUK old It each while they last N. NEWT '
G. BALL
sieve, pea pulp add two teaspoon sail. Combine one table- PRICK KEHOE M. Waver Silver r.hn noad.
ANEW ITZ,
alightly-beatm eggs, one-eighth cup spoon butter, me tablespoon flour, KA for Plaintiff. Jitf)
butter one teaspoon salt, a few one-fourth teaspoon wit three- Attorneys Aug. It, It. FIRM INSURANCE AND K H.
rains of pepper, dush of onion eighths teaspoon curry powder and -------

!juice and one-half cup milk. Turn thrn-fourtht Clip null into a white N'ntkv of Application for Tax Deed BABY l'HlCkllRock.. Red, MIFD 1.l1Im& NOTARYh'VBLNI'
into ..well-greased mokfa and set in sauce in the usual way. Add three- Notice Is hereby given that W. V.A. Wyandottea and l"'lhorn. Quality
a pan of hot .water. Bake in a very fourths cup canned peas to the Robertson, Holder as Assignee, only, safe arrival guaranteed
slow oven, like a custard, or unlllfirnt sauce and pour hot over the omelet ot Tax Certificates Nos. 42. 14 and Writ for price Dixie Poultry LEGAL IXJCtMI-.XTS OOIU j
so that a silver knife comes out just before folding it over onto the II, dated the tth day of March, A.
rlean ''1 h. temperature should be platter. This will serve four. 1ndoubling I>. 111 has filed said CertificatesIn Company, R. It, Dos 100 C.. Onlands nix 'LY DRAWN

.100 Fahrenheit, and the time from the quantity for t persons my office, and haa made application Fla.'LISTERINE'. .
deed to Issue In accordance
forty to fifty minutes If cooked too it is better to mace two for with tax law. Bald CortlfU mU-tf.) I Ii

long or in too hot an oven they will omelets rather than one Urge one.* I eaten embrace the following described -- ---.-- -'- f i i
,
properties, situated In Dado
County Florida, to-wit:

Fruit For Breakfast Subdivision trot 11, Block 4010..4)t. Washington In NW(4 Park of We can put a

NEH of Section 14 Township IT
Kouth Range II East. Town of THROAT
Florida embraced In Certificate NEW TOP ON
"h-- of
No. The assessment TABLETS
said property under the said Cer-
tlfli.ate Issued was In the name of YOUR CARand
Y Ald.rm.n.
Lot 4. Block t t. Washington Perk v .

IIIUbdIYlaloL'Olo..d: )Township In NWH IT of tit,,fiseprtic '

Houtht Range II Bast, Town ofFlorida Prcvmt '
City as embraced In Ortlflcate New Wood Workin
No. 14 The assessment of' ReUcw
laid property under. the said <"er. I
'I
tlrlcate Issued was In the name of, HoaneaeMSorcTliroat its Body
John Thomas. '
loOt 6. Block 11. Washington PsrkKuMlvlHlon. '
) (Colored ) In NWWf Cough
7 NK14 of Section. 24, Township 6 T We can also
South Range II Knat. Town 011 I
I Florida city, na embrnc .I In <\r
: Build Your Truck
tlfl. tIe No 66, The nssiiuniiini of I
Mid, property under. the mill "4r
i fli.iitv Issued vas In th name of I Body
I I John Thomas. dldale ,
Unless said Certificate should bo yassn.
I rrdx-med according to law, tax: .9a..r.l Co..same 1.U"A.
I d, ed will Issue thereon the lath dayof At a substantial saving f
September, A. P 1910. -- -- -' --- -In addition to takingare
listed. this lath day of August.A. I
D. 1929. : of all other kinds of
K B. MjA.-rHKHMAN.: Tiu
Clerk, Florida.of Circuit tioun. Dade County JGlT: millwork.

(Clk Circuit Court Seal)
Ry Jno Penno. I). C.
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Aug. II 11. It. Sept. I, 11. --- UMPHREY

(7VERYBODY'S doing itcotl1Th problem of the housewife I
L$, bining canned fruits with all who used to exclaim: "Oil, dear I l i MANGANESE MURPHY'STRANSFER Mill- York Shop
aorta of breakfast cerealncI everyone ill the family wants a die CO.
for more reasons Ihllll on. In the (erent fruit for breakraat hat r. t S 8. W. find Kt. Phone 120-J
first place they taste good, in the eently been solved bthe growing! Notion of Aiuillratlnn for Tax Pwdi i. 8 Wen Howry Steers I I
second day are good (or you and number of fruits which are. now Notice I-k.enyruen that W K.I. Hauling. of Every Description II "n-ad, Ilostoa f
10 rite third they have been found obtainable In the Dew kunce size, A. Robertson, Holder a* Asslgnee.1of j Prompt Hervlci Phone I1S-U
Tax Certificates Nos. 11,
79E
combine .
I. in most succulent t..bof can.. ;
a with practically ": the in- TT and 79, dated the 4th ,
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numerable, varieties: ''fo breakfast Almost Any KineSfooda Juno A. 1). Itll, has filed said'I ------

which are now .ailable. In this new individual size of Container Certificates mad I application In my for office tax, and deed has to'{ ,

A Problem SolneS are to he found peaches. Issue In accordance with law. Paid
pears apricots. pineapples lopnbe. (Certificate embrace the following'
Fruits. according 10 ail medical ties. blackberries. raspberries. Irulll 'described I properties situated Inl i: RADIOSold
text boobis. are I valuable comfor ilIad and cranberry ,I.Uct. Dad County, Florida, howattLot I ;1fpjerUic
po".nt of the dieta.,. They are Fruits obtainable in other sizes of 10, Block *, Washington Park I
good 0' mineral salts and small Subdivision (Colored) Town of
sources cans are figs, grapefruit and Florida City-. embraced In Certificate
of energy-yielding foods, the sugars. prepared prunes, It never does any No 11. The Assessment of
Most of them contain the bulk or oven any sized can of apple said property under tire sM Cer-l I by
roughage necessary to stimulate Insane.. Its all always used in the tlfloere Issued was In the name ofd I
testinal I action and: they provide me- line Chester Ptokes. ilx HOMESTEAD ELECTRICAL SHOP
serials that help' to maintain the C"'lello"II"wbtr Jn your >t 1. Block II, Washington Park ,

normal' slightly alkaline reaction 10 family choose not only the son of fluhdlvlslon (Colored embraced) Town In Certificate of I M. D. JACOIWiEX, Prop.

blood and tissue. Moreover, they breakfast food he or abe pn fors,, Florida No.City It.a* The assessment of' 1141 N' Kmnre Avenue Phone ...-,
art a good source of vitamins, apebut practically any kind ci' fruit to' said property under the said Certificate
wally of the essential vitamin C. eat with ice I Issued was In the name of iKt 1:800 YOUR MIRING

John Thomas.lx _. .
11. Washington Park -- --- ---- ----- ---
>t 1, Block
Ice cream from Italy.Ilinta Subdivision Colored Town '
ot'l
I Florida City a* embraced In
to Housewives "Tourists In Italy are grateful 11 tificate No. IT. The ........ment
,. or the lee cream which N "..nde4Ot"R I I said property under the said I G. R. Oldendorf & Son
tificate Issued w. In the it..
IMMIGRANT FOODS .t n. atatlon..N points out MP'fora r.. John Thomas ee..1

Kou..ha.. of the National JAI .. Block 11 Washington
.. subdivision (Colored) Town
?deny of the foods on our Amerlr Dairy CounciL "While 1& III dlfs.0 Florida City M embraced In Cer.ltlflcat
dinner tables are a long way foment from our American let, No. II.: The assessment of!, 4 Plumbing of all

from 110m. Here it where some cream It III quite refreshing to th.1 said property under the said Certificate ;, .
Issued was In the name of kinds
( of them first came fromtourist who receives It through theObl.ry John Thomas. I t I

from o..maD train windows. Undone said Certificates should be
,'Ice cream b also told In this redeemed according' to law, taxi
(Inion. frOm Egypt, !
: deed will Issue thereon the Uth dayl u
i'. "rears and apples from Europe way III California Aa the traloPpfnach a ..f September, A. D. lilt. All workguaranteed
... from Arable, pull up to the .allon. bon run listed this lack day of
Walnuts and peach" from Per- to the windows with little bones 01.,A. D. I.... August I
E. B ...: :
I ce ereaat hlclr they sell for a Clork Circuit Court, Dad .
.
ucumbe' from Fag Indian dim.. The boles are _nllar,. the''I Florida
Quince from Crete Ice Cream III wrapped In was paper, (Clk. circuit Court hI) I
.1 By Jno. Fenne, 0 C
Radishes from China and Japan I and a Little on It lucked away Aug. It, II. It, Kept I IIUSE ,
JOt.. from Egypt lilt the awe This is a..custom that'Worse : 1& s. w, 2nd Ave Phone UGRThursday

.radl'lI from Southern En- hot weather travelers appreciate, 1

rope whethey In Italy or Callfornta" \ MANGANESE





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LEADER Tbursday August 22, 1929
Page Eight; THE HOMESTEAD

I .. _. ... .. -,-_ .. -.- -- ,..-. den and apparently unnxplatn.- 1
Orange Oil Is Citrus ByProductNow I method described I. of excellent 44 'PCT. GAIN IN jump over the !mon y order butt
t't'I quality and a larger yield of ell taaecurad nest done 'In |..ne. tfr Hodaon gala \2

-j' If. Scheduled for Development I than by the vacuum Pro.Veen. July business amounted to IK.40uwherea ""
1929 POSTAL -
The proce In very. *lraiiland .. Juno bualnewi.. totalled only
-- 1".8118. aa MMT .... of exactly B' s
the coat of the equipment ex
(I'onl hued From Pac On) For dlmlUInf under vacuum imalL SAVINGS I1ERE per irnt 6
I tremolo
eo-pperatlva produce ortanlaatlom/ special type of apparatus I 18 ner .
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ant aside a certain amount ot frul ary This apparatus easeiste of .I The utDlaatlon of Interior or lowgrade
fruit for the extraction of -
I for the fcy-produi't, whether 01, copper retort connected with con USE MANGANESEAVK
oil wui give a wider markets for of It,160Pencaoola.
not this fruit ran be told M curl. denier and ao arranged that nearly .
the better grade* of fruit and also |I>';(9T; Increase; of --
In all the alt within the apparatus cal
order to get a Dram
tend, to greater care In the aeloo- 111,171.
b removed by mean of a vacuum .
Could Build Deus.dt nintlllatlon I* then eccomfi. tips of then grade Dayton Death {171,063) In- WITH m rjtTV
Jo this way, it Ia .v..I. limited pump either by mean of heat from The vlfl'4' 'pressed oil from 100 area** of \%\,00.Banford ALT 4=N=aCaIt.
i toady demand could be built up the steam jacket or by direct ad pound of ordinary cull fruit 111 tu&,4461 Increase of t
Mid, according to the department mission of ateam Into rill> retort. "U"8") to be from | to' | ounce,' I6J.5S1.IVtdwd. .
"th r* U a, treat poaalblllty thai and/. the gross return from thin Illl.107; increase
} after uffplent Mock bad been aquired Presets 9rng oil U genorallivndepitood quantity oC all, baaed on the average IU.I04Vero.
(19 would not be nevenpary ; tq mean the oil which If price for the tell year precedIng Poach, 111.044, Increase'of '
tale pound fruit Prong *d from the peel tjr hand A. JonbAX, Prop
fof
any byprod'uett "14. would b* fron) n to 49 11,141.Nt.
f purpoin-i. Nf turaljy' bin probe Where, labor I*cheap much a meth. cents per standard field box Cloud |12I,111; I"e'.".,. pf ---- -
lent remain for the producer tt od of extraction I* economicallyppatlble The coat .( extracting th,* oil) 18.170.
naive In the bet mapnor that woulij but where labor I. relatively from 100 ,pound of cull fruit 1 II Plant City, fill.Tlt maple. 01"Y.U.
nerve tf)|flr Intern*!*" i [ costly, thla method cannot estimated/ to be about II cents and ..
b* v''wd. Accordingly, methods
California co-oporoplivp and al' the net return would pa from 11 8t : tarcbgrif i144tOTl Inopoapy If You Like
were: worked out for appytlnfheavy .
44 of I4, I7IMartow .
rlcultura orranluttlqn* arc reported tq cent per standard field box
: to bare mad striking pros. p.reMre tlhout, any gnatoutlplr a."mlnti that the fruit I.* 4elvorod| :0.160; Increase of
rain t In- the production of byproduct of money for hydraullqpresses. at the factory door 111.146.Gainesville.. A food haircutA
Thin (attci method cpuld.pplby
,
In- $117,6101| Inerepep of
dressing the grapefruit ;
| be used by thone Florida li) going over the figure relative"
smooth s..veA
luatry out of the shadow of bankruptcy 4100,101.4arasot4.
establishing a byproductIgduatry to the ot ot produitiqn and yield
J growers
by utlllilnf surplus fruit 1,14,174; Intrrage of
which consisted of food ..v..I..dI at loa t until ,Uh time In the above ummary, (1t; mut bebora "'..IIT.lit. smart bob-
could lie established In mlad that the presentmarket
a* the Industry
'cod under.alMd fruit At the same 4u'l.ln! IIDltlli
I three, their effort are said to have on a firm and profitable baala Machinery entering price ot orange oil make ] of t''.7!<. TRY A VISIT TO
I' capable of producing greater the Into Its production .hl.r6l"1
nade the United State Independentof Pclatka. ll.4.47t, in(.
i foreign neutron far citron arid quantities of ol| could! pf couree mu..1mo,. "Inviting 401.140..
b* ntlllaed after the |industry reached I. connection with the machinery ..
and Pfrtina.Th The) Ho,>net,,d postal .vllllPd".rtm.l
profitable) and economical propprtmn rCtile production of oil 1 BUSH'SBarber
totted ftate Department of orange ) ) Was tabltabpd) Only
Agriculture has compiled a mam ., It ahould bfl rt Vd that the type U month ..... Deposits and withdrawals
'r of data concerning citrus byproduct After a plant I.I equipped the used In Initial production 1* not each average pproxlmat
*. In connection ''Irb this, the coot of producing the oil will depend Tery great However. should production ly 110009 a month Mr Hudson Shop
Ikipartment of (Commerce ha entirely: upon the price paid |In Florida b* engaged ;nand "sold. The amount ot depoalt wag .
leathered marketing Information for the waste, fruit and the cost of ever reach a largo scale, the lower than the volume of with *20 N. Krome Ave.
embraolnr suggestions a* to the labor In the iperlmenU recorded I producer could than entertain and drewal only one monlh
poMlbllltlfe of making th* prod- by the United gtaU- epartmont I look Into the type of machinerynow Money order at the Homestead
t arts and disposing of horn of Agriculture, the coat was about bring employed In C"IIf. poet office In July showed a ud- .
t "Th."" I I. one ad '.nI81f'," says I II rent for extracting the oil froma "In any event It I* thought'PI"1 --- "- -- ---- -
I the department In a statement issued a standard field bow of orange ofpnroxlmately I I. a subJect which might well .
through its oral office by W. I DO pound and It I II. rant the attention of chemist interested -

N Pearce, district manager that I I I. believed that on commercial In the welfare of Florldu"
I
.>f tanflhlllty which should be per scale the cot wll| not be greaterfor lay Mr Pea re*.
4 ptlble to the citrus grower, and fruit de.uv..a a* the factory "It would seem that with the Saturday Specials
that In Hie utilisation of cull end I doot. II III i utilisation of citrus fruit In the!

odd amen for the production of oil I Through UI/ 'ynlnla carried qn nmn.ufactur of orange oil pectin.
will|| keep junt that much Inferior I by this Department ot Agriculture.. citric acid and 9'bir pr<>duo th*

fruit off the market resulting In the ylpld, fir ell wan 'l'lI4. to vary by-product Industry of the slate baa 2 Tubes Colgates Tooth Paste .......... .$ .50
an increased consumption of highvrade I greatly according to the variety t splendid opportunity and one
Florid trlllt. *logo of growth climatic condition which ..vl'ntl101 been overlooked 1 Tooth Brush. .. ....................,.............. .... .50
It 1* sloe puwlble to obtain a *. ani) the quality of the fruit: In: the past (Reprinted from the

nuantUy of .low grade fruit. the return From cIIlta *ec<|r.4 b< laboratoryteat Florida Tlnpee-Union of August 11) ALL FOR 59c $I-00
on which are vxreedlngly *; on *everf| vactetlp, from a ----- ----
f smell. prlally' |III year when they great number of localities the y|<;W
NIa It l. believed, found to from 1.1 to 6
however abundant by then ....Informed! on ounces way of oil range pet all pound of S Rememberto Dr. West's Tooth Brush ........................... ..$ .50

he lubjert that with greater. attention fruit atlfactory yield 9! oil pro West's Tooth Paste .............................. .25 ..
to marketing condition, lave alas been obtained by this. :
this Inferior fruit can be more proceaa from fronted fruit and Say
"TS
I It..III..nd !
profitably uilllmd In the' manufaatur from fruit II the corset' tage* of BOTH FOR" 50c
at by-produrt and thus open rot or showing only .1 I I
*"d.. field for the better grade. mail decayed apot I IYwhl KRAFTbefore

i At preaant there I* without doubt Too F.mlirwted Palm Olive Talc .... .......... ...........................$ .25
enough loir-grade fruit available to.moke In commercial riptrlmxnU with I .
possible the extraction of a cull fruit obtained at the packing you saY'i Palm Olive Shaving Cream ........................ .35

quantity of orange oil sufficient to houses Orlando the average yieldof !

{ supply a considerable portion of oil per 100 pound' ot fruit was CHEESEKRAFTCIOCHEESt. BOTH FOR 35c $ oCrow's
the domestic' demand" about ounce It may safety be i
s Now Telling MMblmi assumed that from 4 to I ounce
For ue In einerlmvnt .f methods Of oil can bo extracted from every
Df oarractioa a nw type' of standard field box containing approximately
peeling machine. has been il..l...d. I lot pound of ordinary Seminole Pharmacy"THE
which removes the pool and at the cull| o.an'tll and m'lre from fair .
...11I,' time ruptures ibe oil tell. In and good orange OLD UELIABLB"On
rder to recover the all dtatlllatlon To auromarlu the situation| the KRAPT-PHENIX the Corner Homestead Fla.
by both steam and vacuum la employed extraction lie swept orange ou\ I* a I CHEESE COMPANY ,
It wa found however that commercial pmqlblllty In Florida.
the oil obtained by mean of steam All a source of raw material for 811t.Uo" I .
distillation wa not of good, quality the cull, drop and In- ; !!
1II1I1II1II1I11l111I11II111111I1I1I1I1I1II1I1I1I11I1I11II1 illllllllllllQllll1111IIIlIIIIIIIiIILillilililllllllMillll
It was eltherwater.ahits or pal fcrlor gradx* of fruit may be uaad i llllllllllilllliliV
yellow In color and possessed 10 A good marketable quality of oil = =
only a very slight di-gre. the vale- may be produced. by the proctna ,>f 1
ibe odor.bearing and flavoring vacuum dlitlllatlonPrmwd 1l l
,,onatltuenia desirable In orange oIL I oil extracted by the New
I seeds
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.bealr k I for fall crops I 1


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We have a new supply of fresh seeds for fall I ,

TNl'It,+UAY AM rUUItT.1UIHT M "!lit III -
GEORGE BANCROFT," !!I 1 crops Also a new supply of STABLE and<

"THUNDERBOLT" I| MANURE. ,

Abut r--arFatytill" VttMtVT.AWRRAOUta'ICAHTVUN:

OATl:KI AY. Al'Gt_'ST t4_IKM'Mf. FF.'T"RFA I If We carry a complete 1 line of Fertilizers and =

"THE GUN RUNNER I 1 Materials, and Manganese-Mfaed Fertilizers _


+ RICARDOuORFEZBILL ,H Feeds and Insecticides, '

CODY and DUANE THOMPSON, 35 =

uTHE TIP IN OFF" .. :| Florida East Coast Fertilizer Company iI

ItI"It.\IC1l'I\iT: eioe'a : ___

Ifnm'y AMI):'! ,HAV.RICHARD AII'Gi-4T IIA 'A--h' to I FRANK. RUE, JGR. \ >r

BARTHELMESS Homestead Florida Phone 16 =St
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"WEARY RIVER" I Promoters and distributors of Manganese Sulphate


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