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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: November 7, 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
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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Succeeded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Leader-enterprise

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Volume VII-Number 38 HOMESTEAD, } FLORIDA THURSDAY NOVEMBER 7. 1929 PRICE FIVE CENTS



I Homestead Wins First i Razing of Wrecks

ARMISTICE Game With Visitors I DAVIS QUITS Aids in Clean-up I FEDERATE II


Mhh work OH the raring of :

BE OBSERVED Homestead High defeated Ada ASCH1EFOFPOLICE Mnrm-wttHtra buildings Marttot I FARMERS FORU.S.FINANCIKG I
Merrltt Junton High- In a football a
.
rkxta .|i wrrk selitltire ,
lame played on the total municipal jl
rlm.fct
Held Tuesday Th seer was l.rrronr.l rr-lrnlay More ....-

HERE MONDAY t HERE
I toThe rgnlrtrance of the first I Itvlry oj the part tlI |irMiItyownrr 1.

I and gamesters % h"".'lfor

game played ugulnrt an "ut.*ds i.
kilter
during the port of

Flag-raising and Parade team, woe pointed out Wednesday Pressing Business Givenas II HK week, nMnilvrK of tlwrvnmiHir Vegetable Growers Need
u the Rotary t'luh. which ha .
to Precede Programin I spoaserml tu.. football team by Reason in Letter maid. l nlayTra Solid Front to Get
'h psb d an .< twbo will
ParkHOMESTEAD Rruff Bnnla, a senior In the Hemeeiead Read by Mayor Share of Aid
I I hn sleds fnr by barks fur.nlohid I
High school maid a memberof
I vtlllMmt chargK by w.
the tc*.i. whoa he was being entertained
COUNCIL TO STUDY N.:. KluiM"y, a im.nilM-r ..r thokenup RHODES AND IIIATTSI'EVKINREDLANPS
STORES with
I ee a guest together
retmmllM. If she
Henry Wright a color from Ih.a..d I UTILITY EARNINGS
TO CLOSE AT NOON ,I mineM la Insole by !..IrirfMMiivMr
school.Although .
i I II' itla-neyln '..h.I.hmw num-
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their opponent were tarM00. State Marketing Head Explains "
Ways to Increase Incomeof
Ball at Country Club to : junior high school player, the I Expansion of
Plant
End Armistice Day I'weight wig fully equal. Bruce said, Light to
Service
Celebration and the visitors had more knowledge Be Object RUE SAYS MANY

o( and praotloa In football I II

than the tonal team Organisation and federal lor .iftgilahle
The resignation of Police hlef I
I Th fund for football equipment i WILL DIVERSIFY \ grower of ,b.. Matr U '
Arm Ml '" Day will b* obprvddto Homer Mail. wa announced to I

I Hi in" M ."d Monday under the And Uniform* was orrubrrlbedIhl I the ,11.un..11 at Its regular .ml-! to a sated-ce.Mratlve group that i

*',taptI>i n in the John a. flattey peat I week when the Uona did their : monthly mret'ns Monday night by CROPS THIS YEAR v III be eMttM to financial '

r' the American Ix-gton. and 4<.. part In the work wasted by the Mayor Paul Ruses*|i. In the letter I aid. from the new i. ,lral farm

1. ..n rflclels request that the cow' Betray Club Mayor Paul llueeatlaaat I tendering his reafgnitlon. which heard which rc ally granted a

.IlIlIt' turn out to help nalkralnndlng I'I'I president of the I.Ion*, spur wa read by the mayor Mr. l>.,'ln Potatoes and Beans Seen loin. of .....0..011'h.. li'lorlito'

1'.' .. ef UM WOMB War .* i fed by a remark .mad. by Qty Attorney aid that hi. action was not i'Mru* Kachaaav t. 01 ota Jar obi '

N". ti. 1916 W. R. Nelson a Rote took prompted by dlmatlifa,lion with a Money-Makers of the Morton Ptotr marketing b"nan

Th. flagpole the American ,the uncompleted subscription I the office but by pressing bnatnoa* "* for SeasonThe I I. M Ith...I..... state murk

I .glon park In llomettea which lead lo m* hours had the 1100 goaloverasbeerlhed. d at lea. --- I inS commissioner end K W. Illutt

, .M bent tin head toward Krome The team hi now I No dine on which the .chief persistent hammering on marketing upe''lullxt r..r tni't. .in,t

*,,nuc ever since the hurricane of fatly equipped and uniformed rtaignntlon was to take effort waapertfled 1".bJ"r farming i vegetables told grower of thKc4l4lll ..

r., pumb 21. Is being straighten In his letter. but "..rorRu..11 I* bringing results' this Mason. a District who n_ble..t IntM

. 1 day and lit diybraek Mondayflag \ sail that Mr. \tm\\ would cording to Frank Ito*, fertlUr Salad school l a".11 tor HIM u

, will he raised lo the ac. JUDGE DROWN\ remain In office until I hie successor and seed dearer. of Homestead who hoar ahem \tdn.ilny "I.ht.

11',in Hi'i of rifle firing anti had been selected amid appointed keep In seas teach Kith farming Seth vegrui'l. growem .ir..

i< *>' bl..vslnir! The rifle salut" Th mayor has the duty of appointing activities ta ell sections of south out in the cold with .itrd to nod

.. II b<- fir.,I 1.) an American Lo. COMMENDS ROTE the police subject tn the approval I>*J. County Indl tines are that from the new farm board ..". suns

cnn, eqtiad md the bugling will of the council mil Muy"r more dtverelflrd crops will biplanted they have no largo co-op..ratlvirtnieathin of

I lon' M n Hoy rVoutt" Williams Russell Indicated that he would th!a year, than ever befor through whirl they napprmeh ,
ATTITUDE HERE
myth or klorlda.City. bare MI aptentaMnt ready far 11Y'r the booed wltfc -all-l":i

A parade 'IN which 41"g If\11! 1 the council to act upon at lu next There will be a BUT
l"i Civil War. Vnonlsh.American regular meeting. two week on. ** la the bath AltapattahUardcna are MUtf .e thin a..1

War I....gl..mmlras. Boy Soouth city Nearly All Members Going The council may moot In adjourn i-cilon. wit hbeina. pea*. noel .. much aa any.fcer growers
i ....-.'plon however ', squash und other truck crops ale>
officials. the fire department and next Monday night but to got Ir they must araiantnor

, ,.ic I .rganlsutli ar.. expected tn I to Pahokee" Char- t. confider.the resignation of showing large Increases over I"Iou. .. Improve and unify their Ii rim"

I ,k,' part willtatt at tCroniaa I i ter Meeting Mr*. fane taker .......nl city \ planting farmer from that I laaitnni Into a state truck strew'

raise.' and N. W. Third etr,',.| nti f clerk. who alto gave notice In a section report rtouUerrble bath tnf ..cb*..*."

" Monday morning The march letter read at Monday night tnei"Ing planting darted l4evembr: t. MrRue 1, Pt'MeII.rfttfte.IQ.... con.n
A talk by Judge W. f Brown of h underway
and If the mayor hat made a aald Potato plantar
will I'H youth on Kmnic II"nu. to i igrowori k
Crated on ormnMHf the tru
th.. Legion prnk a dl.tnn,<,' of onlyt the court of crimes. M ami. feature selection for the office of chiefof now.. and iiiaah and tomatoes :, from Pt Pierre to Home

t h .,. blocks eel the meeting of the Homestead police by that time. the Council .... been In the ground for some .
Into a operative n prrwntlng
notary Club Wednesday Mr. will be I. _. I'stead
ready to art on K. too.
At the Legion park a short Arrtetie 11t the grower of winter
Brown said that It was hard to Building wrecked by hurricane Mr. Rue predict big money for'potato
Pay program v.111 be hell realise that the member of the 1' truck crop. Mr. Hiatt >a'd. Abranch
I I or fire molt not be allowed to r* **. If they are like those
Efforts err being mad to obtain 'club had through another .f the state marketing b"
gone main the yom that they are produced In South AHeaattatr Oardona !
Btati.'. Attorney Vernon Hawthorne he roan win b* established at VI" 111
hurricane and commended
I I disinter to the city, the council derided lat year Grower of that
a World War Veteran aa I the spirit exhibited Palm Beach to enable the bureau
I Monday night City Attorney W. section planted the Wyoming Red
the speaker of the orcaelcn The, to keep In nose touch with dvclopmenta ,
The Homestead Rotary dub will R. Nelson and VIty Engineer U. Riles potato lost year and found
Rev. r. N. Walker will give the along the southerncast
attend the charier presentation L. Hook Jr. were appointed a that with the aid .f manganese ..
opening prayer and I Mr. IJelngstonMunro coast and the rverfUrtu w
meeting of the Pahokee, Rotary eommittoe to draft and serve legal sulfate It wooM produce nearly
will pronounce the benediction lion. Mr. Hiatt la familiar with 'M
Club. organisation of which wa 1 notice on owner of such property twice a. large and talc* a* many
territory. aa he woo fornerl)
scheduled sponsored by the local ,nub on that kaaird to public safety must potatoes a* any other kind of need
.
Homeitirad agricultural agent of 1 ilni
stores are county
No*. M Nearly all the member b* removed and debris cleared planted. )Ir. Rue ...... They produced .
tc close at noon on Armlatlc liar.AI Beach county and Inter "ui In
ar* going and bus will b* chartered away or the city will do the work as much ae IU buhl to I .
I
U *clock the hour the armli charge of county agents .I. nt:
I for the trip. The bus will and charge the ant against the the acre Potatoes were not
tics wont Into effect communities the lower seat coast.
leave her at *:10 on the mornIng taxes on the property It was planted In the Homestead an last
throughout the nation are expected of Nov. II and arrive lA I'.boI brought out that several pron year but plane are being mad I I I. The Wrnt: Palm Peach brand if
to pause for five minute or I
bee In lime for the meeting at hd offered to do this work for by several farmers to plant around the marketing bureau was made

prayer In memory of those "ho I' 1:10: p. mPresident. the material" could be vahaged her this year.The I possible! by a aubalantlal Increase
gave their live In the great warMonday In appropriation given the burr its
Frank Rue. one of the from th* wrecked' building t! potatoes retard In Routh-)-
night there will bo an W. bliss Co. of lost brought fromIII by the last logtolatur. Mr RhodonWd.
leading worker In behalf! of securing A letter from B. lapatuh year I'I
Armistice Pap ball at the Horn. I *n experiment station for hlop *>.. offering engineeringservk'e to |.... a hanswr Th The same appropriation p r.

lead Country Club Dancing will tropfeal r.lor+,1*, said' that 'countywerkee to the city In the aster.lion yield ringed from 10 t* its,;r nthMd the bureau I* Intense fitMarketing ,

begin nt t u clock At It Bedlam o* .* about;.l>*cmber II I and el'on of Ice machlnvryrftnrhtoed bushels t* the acre laded on ..1'I apwlallnta and plan a

la expected to break loose In celebration I would ,begin clearing the (.>acr <(< on Pug Fight) I i (Continued on race Right! ) Continued on Page Right)
tour whlrh tko
of the at
Pin Id tract donated for the .... -- C

armistice was timed Ion! by the lots W. t. Krom HC1T1\O ttT.'RTII !1 (flUHtltII: CAUGHT Getting Results for

---- About that time the deed will lie The hunting season opened on A crocodile t feet 1 % Inch. ** ,

Red Cross Work Ended I ready to .turn over to the stats Nov t. W. n Crew. president of long was can ht In the by off Clover Farm Stores

Here, Workers to Leave ,1M..... I the level leash Walton League I Iha tvfttn City by B J. PMttt and

arranged to sell hunting llcenM Bryant Bowden fo llotad and
The suggestion has mad thai flinvr rlNrtiM Worm "f
i I ire breaking of ground. for the expjrtmeiit M bin along ate*. In order thatlocal David By of Miami wh'J* they IlensMsad eaprrA.srml a

;-he ."11 I o' mergency activities I nation be mad aportame will not be obligedto were "a* ng T **4ay nlgK It win huo'nr
aa oc marked tmTeaw In
the American Rd Crow was make a trip to the courthouse la lie no .g...lay at Pacettl' ft hIBMkt
ration for a big celebration Judge but week a* .....'..nod with
,',..rked this week by the .......r I I Brews onade, tire contortion and It 1.1..1. fW_a feet da**. the profiling week, one of into

01 Mr. M. 0 Owynne MM Helen ', met the approval *( the club drains said hole wn k m run,.

Wade and Mir Phoebe Or.gg.aOoohave :, Plan will b* md later Hunting M rrmll villain d

been stationed here Goner SUBSCRIPTION ORDER .
from rauniln tie it adsert.laS
I Is hurricane t work m other loallUea. '
......
Mrs. 0. B. Parker Gets tAt The l. ,
: w.rll.nl I "(('uwumtrn liked the) ore, y
Mace her the** Hornet ad Leader
c.mm'ng Word Brother Is Dead "
lIt..r pranijce nf the .*..
have tnvtott,sled 4.l re .f relief Homestead Fla.
I I tills Slaver Farm aua aaMaad
., which 44T have bees closed .'
Mr 0 a Parker ef Hee *std. + weoarnrlvra are |4cs rU
*
Bad on* left opca They bare expended You may enter subtcription for a period "
much
with fe
thai her very
received word Wednesday
1I.It*." of fund far ,
alai ed for| newt la thai section bytie 1 brother H. I. Conolly of Buffalo.M of one year from date of your next Issue.If I The revtril I* Iha4 the (lore

Dade Casualty chapter of the i T. d'.. that morning at .I4Ie payment is not enclosed I will remit $2.00 laraa More bat Signed arattrart
clock after abort Illness low sa ad tire site of
American. Mod a .1 within ............ days. hut work to appear to every
Mbj Wad will r eaort t* Waihtngtcn i Mr. Conolly wa tl year aid He
baa ef the Ixwdrr foe r*a
for her most aalg*">eat leans hi* wife and a daughter a I Signed .... .. ... ... ................... .. *
Mr. Owynn tad Mia Gross have brother. W. M Coaolly. formerlyof I Ii ..a h*.

been assigned t* rtHef work In HIaleak I i this rlty and two aware In ad Address ... .. .... ... .... .. ... Rmlu sweet and TIter Leedsor
1
i peas"
flood hiss.r ditto to tin. Parker I you



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Page Two THE HOMESTEAD LEADER Thursday, November 7 192FcChe
i ii "- "1 1I """J

and I'r..ther that n.Mily ". r. ,. bhopt'
Bonus Offer Rev. C. S. Walker Is
Expires ..
of happlnThun < a.
Dec. 31, Geronimo SaysK Re-elected Pastor lr epee' to,'ult" ,
I I
' CHurches II --- mil'.. oil 1 I 11,,. n which I Inn h.

"' K x ",.11 who li ". r. 'M .It. I ,'. .' ,
I taken advantage of IIIi l-up mun f 1-l-rt.d pastor of the HOIII.-M "I I i .' ,
'
l4 '' 1 "fI" i iI
>.. .' offer at.h. uu-rauirnthit. | Rant nt church at a bunlnmw Iv i i ...." .1 ,
1tt1.11wr I II i it "I' IM,, I only until l p. nh.r 11 to In* nf the onmnlantton h.., kiiiJThl .

il I ,..". -a.1. The Rev O N.i 11..1 h,".1 .: >... In. il. oriio' Ir.,1.e .i|>|il''<.< n fur lhl li'inm. I will btf !Mr H.ilkert .iu'"' I 11,1. ,, I la, ,, u\,I. n 'I 10, ,.
10 "ii" LAW nu .n
1 ?
'1' i .-t.>r Sunday school at l I', n. i |,.,"t,", Sundial ivbiKil, 1'1 nmiunnA. r wm J. Urronlmo of term ... poseur ,, ,,,
I 1'1 :
It .1"" 11\ U I
111 /'I McClanatuu.: mlt ,, lur'i: Mlti Patina turner .". I"...l Amritjn Legion poet I' The .Mlrrh toad lo Imll.ih' ,:, u' n..i" ..1,..1 I IIIIn ,' >, '.
f..1. ni' I'reacblii at a. B4. j i| pariiiti'ndvnt Y ibllo worship nlII til'l tiHlny H* urged that u- Miami Baptist aorlnllon" wkl li ," I.h\llu Hit I ,
; \ 0",1.\ a In
.
: MI U Y. I- it1c Kpworth l. xne. ':10 P. service men pC In touch with him meet In Went Palm Death next .
Murn ..ni. "th. IN err 'n" a
"i '11 K. t. Hlierard P,... at **." If they daelr* the botraa / week to hold IM Meeting In Nov .
... i \... and Interesting Deal ; HJTJtOJlIn l'IM101'\L. lII'j tied h" will five free h<.l<. In /lI ItlO In Hnmotaad. I I| I nl> \\ llm.n, plays Snll .,I, thutlui
l.iulinK ro1v.! al. I n
BI-H ni rach week W. M. U. meetII : MOUTH' making out their aBtillollonn "'" .
Huntley 1"I..n. II. .rl(' ili.kaj
,.* v. ry third WtdMOday 01 the W tulle Mum'. linn'II Hc month at .:ot clock. Urn. U. L.kttnanahan. I The Rev. I. Munro. I), I>.. paator 1 provision, ..-..", "'*, men are allowed Wllllame.

orteldenb Sunday school at ':U a. m., 'I a day for Mine spent In ."

No.a.Morning amnoeiiA C. A. Field. uperlntendent. Preaching tile army on American moil and Hunday and Monday, Kov I

Slnncr-n Tmlnmty (vet I at 11 a. m. and 1:10 p. m.l' ".11 a day for time spent over- I 10 and 11, the Seminole THEATRE

moraine armed n.......* remlmMMi ... League at 1.10 p. m. Prayer and ,ana*. will show the biggest Th..t..1 1 SEMINOLE .:

"The Fruit .Trot." prates service Wednesday at ,:10i Captain Ueronlmo ha called a I all time, "The Generat SATURDAY NOVEMBER "

Prayer *rrrlr W ednvwlayvwrmlxg p. m. meollngof all .....rvlc* men for famous Duster Keaton. the atar. ROINALIF roiiMAV WITH MIMABAKT
at 11:30. 8ttfcfriTh i Nov. I*--.:.....g alas arrr f:" p. m. Saturday In the legion There are a thousand and one IN

Brttrr "'.,." t Corta- ice w4U special prank The hall Mwnod floor of the drug store chuckle, roar and gasps In Duller' "TWO LWIIJwAbe.

Wear 1:14.oakls.Rev.. I arrested I* a blackboard lelewe .,. building at Krome avenue and N.' epic ..comedyof Civil War Kewlywwd Owned and Hew,

( C E. Milton. pa. From EtrrwJty To .:_ W. First II...... In rear of office d.,.. For hi* Initial feature aa, a
U.r. Sunday wheat lit It a. m. Itj"-Goo"* _ra dhw.of of Dr. J. A. Smith and Dr. i, U. foiled Artlat .Ur. the comedian BUN. AND MON. NOV. 10 AND 11..

WlUoa HcLaln auperlntandent; lamp, The muralng serving I* Tower. The paid-up Insurance of- ha turned backet he clock three Blim.R KFJITOJf IN

reaching. 11:00 a. m. and ':0' a gospel mutational How Calm I fro and other questions of vital quarter of a century and broughtthe The CewrraT .4

,. tat B. T. P. U.. T:'0 p. first W. De Ilmlefk.L"Thumb Interest to former service men will lighter chapter of the Civil Aim Rating Blood Oomrdy aa4JCannoa

M. U.. second and fourth Monday: : a --1-11'0 be be taken up at this meeting. War to the *tnen.Treating .
.* Wednee- ftinn-ti Randall Omnklrr the the comedy of war
at : ; prayer meeting. AND WED. NOV U AND 111
pienace ramp Ha awrmUeni*, day without to ... TVE8.
reverting
day at f:" p. in.CHRISTIAN. WILSON WITH Hiyn.T.3X
In Memoriam 1.0114
IU ability to Mirk, the pnrponeM tick, Keaton manages to keep (,
.P.I (; > ) % IV
....
I* majto for. Are we All awf .rerrrr action historically accurate a* ..
IIOIE"ca """""I,'. MMmliVT*
Florida Clly-0r4way and U A man our have abllliy.bat TO A I/O\U.Y RONr.nilt unusually mlrth-provoklnif. mini CUffftand (bsa.dy
Math atreet Bunda school M imhM hfl Ire "abUl ,. he that buttlea, railroad Aim. Tu"t
10:110 a. m. for pupil under i. la of Ulllo ,aI.... By vim. I. Carter, D. U. I..: ., spy plot and wartime I Nrwa

year of age morning ervte at The sunrise baa ....... ...kod M Home flower abide to fade away .. affair have their laugh I THUH. AND KRI. NOV 14 AND II'

11 'clock. Wednesday evening yet Mow la our ..pga.rtanlty.Week and shed their weetneii here In "Sau,'* (IIhould.....," the FRO IAN tllA-VKY WITH "H1.18"H. ;

....Un.. which Include toatlmon. aura wall fur ....port...... And drop their petal, one by one, production which' come Tuesday .""' IN

laid or Christian :leno* muling Ural Mnmg own make them. when wlnter'a blasts are near) and Wedneaduy Nor It and II. ................

I.00 o'clock. All are cordially! halter I"""- -Fte.. C. P. Ptarnea.Hunduy They live lo bleu a saddened the novel theme of duty la prewnt- Alan All Mar (>..>rdy anal Caruma j
wttoomed. school every Sunday' at world' and give the people cheer. ed--a clrf duty toward a sister/
---- -
10 a. m. ; preaching services -

ciicncH or CHRIST tint and third Bunday of seek They brave the storms withstandthe .

HommtnuL Corner .( Avenue I month, at 11 a. m. and ,:.. p. m.| nilil-day hvat or chilling

A and Fifth rtreet. Blblo ......D. Junior League and Intermediate blast; "
10:10 a. m.; communion. II:"! League M 1.10 p. m.: prayer meetIng They give--and give their all-to HOT BUTTER-KIST

a. m. I IlUTtltal at f:" p. m. TneadayMETHODIST meet demand however "....

Province are ...., br !, Nor count the sacrifice they've
made, and give their live at
tag conducted by the Rev. U. FREE Urt. POPCORN .
K. OarrHI of Atlanta Von are l-Virhla. City-Th. Rev. C r.FAkln. I.t

eordkUly Invited to the rharvhwk paitor. Sunday school } ,
.v.i1n. little went andBret p. m. Mr Maude Whitehead .uperlritendent. Sometime a row will open up and ..>.r:"..
with beauty that I* rare; :
nr
at liM P. m. Nothing Preaching at I .
W* leave It not. to waste away,
but the) simple (wp<4 trill be p. m. like other row there. FRESH ROASTEDPEANUTS
prwattod. Auk what ,.nxhm*
But bring It to our toting home,
..
ywi "lll. U the Bible answers i\VT :J IAVHi.
and guard It then with car*.
your qunUiMu, wr win an- .... Orammar school

_1..u..1oo we cannot.atibjerta. taf The Rev. John C Some gouts muat earn the crOWDIlIe1I

MusUvd the late Geke. tor. Sunday school at wear, and fight for it with
It your n_..... ('0_, brine .
10 r .1. M. Holferty, auperlntendrnv feare; MADE BEFORE YOUR l.ll-X: EVERY DAY
a -I. Preaching at It a. m. But some are born with heart ao

N_. l -8rrmoa v>|ilci pure, God .pare* them all time
CltL itCH OFOOUH
"What Jeer Offer Mminan. tear. Curb Service
..nm.. 'ad.-J. V Podeon. paator >
." Till t* the fourth and And takes them home and make
Bong service. 0:41 a. m i fun-. final _use In a ...... "Wluit them safe. through all the paea- Alwwye a plow to |wrk-It initiates In out 10 minute at
Jar school at 10 a. m.; D. C. Murphy a
Jewu Offm )I.-.." leg yeah.e opals
auperlntendent. Preachingat
t
All o'<*x k leuMalUtkm MTV.kva
11 a. m. and .:00 p. m. Prayer
meeting every Wednesday evening.CIIUIU'lt will he .....h....... by arammunliiii To Fred and Gladys with loving Station A ISiMiirritv maintained hue fur your wm.mln.. of Miami PirMiy.lery. ympaihy.

The ltr Daniel. I_ .. ..- -- -----
Of THE XA4ARKNEHucnvwaiL
--Corner Mowry 8t- rut who urganUrd ho congregation An Improved line thrower for

and 8. W Fourth Avenue J. W. three years ago will use In rescue* at sea will reach a
Croaiman pa will give a short address tothe shipTwentyfive
It preaching. at 11 a. m. and ':10'p.
m. Prayer meeting Thursday |imiik>, and the Rev P. THE OLD RELIABLE-ON THE CORNER
W. IHilhiMn will tuiibmi* the j jIMMOT. I
at 10 p m, A hearty welcome toEPIS'OI'.U. I electric locomotive
)1... CJokrlrr will "'"If. "' capable of hauling tralne.t. PURsntirnov* FlU..'" BV ntXJ<4TtlttU ru\RU\( IST .'
..4 e'unltel ............. awwIle yon Peed II
.. t of mile an hour have been
St. '..-Tha R r C P Jack. at all -...- I',ordered for ut In India .,LfYy

at n rector, Sunday : i.1 at 10 a I la | -- -.- --- I --___ __ __ -- ___

ter.tee and sermon at 11 a. Ok i An AIM I1i.ll I -- '

--- I "1\1\ wlfai leamliur. IK. ,,,, I

:BA1. 'and my .laughter the violin
n"'I1..ll"i.t: i'
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p" .'"r English .Mrvlcv oleo, *... 'Io.
InfTo
I -uhj' .y. at t p. m.: German suffer In dimes I I',

e'' \,K.,.. last !Sunday In each month. ---. --

.I'p.m. I Jeer.--INd you glue your w11'. Cooper

,the iHinomy Lepers >uu ,
MF.'fIlOPI4T-i: !('OPAir ',speaking about* I

tlorMa fcliy community (lnarvh'Th. HonaoTee'JonesAny

n\ George E. eue" paator. ; resins* '0.

Findny achooL 10 a. m.. Mrm Net-I i lionoa- -Tea. I... to she ul' .
tUullln: *. superintendent: praach-i,smokingEx.:: I .

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2x4, Ix8-$20 PER 1,000 FEET I WHY?

COME AND GET IT I


CEMENT BLOCKS e BETTER QUALITY .



10 CENTS APIECE j I I MORE MILEAGE ,


DELIVERED ANYWHERE IN DISTRICTAlso '
RIDING COMFORT
Reinforcing Steel Doors, Locks Hingesand I

Auto Parts Bins. See I Due to Armored Cord Construction. Let us Prove It.

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TOMATO TARIFF : ,., ,. '.


LEADERS GOT NO I1O.VIESTE7ID


PAY-CHANDLER


$768 He Received Was for

Railroad and HotelExpenses I, 0 v [_ 1102 Se Krome


Money which news HUoeti.h.a
reported that the Heather Tariff
AaMrletlon under fire In Washington ,
by Senate ..
lobby Imrstlgntirnhad I
paid Lather ChatiJl. r of 111Y, Mowry
OouM and other workers In b>..
half of tariff m..u.... was for
railroad and hotel expenses only
and not a cent was received aa rr. National HcadauartersCLEVELAND.OHIO.
muneratlon for time and efforts
thus expended, Mr Chandler tolda .
representative of the Loader -- 1115 S.FlaglerOP
Wednesday. The report rid that
Mr. Chandler had been ...ldU". I
The expenses of men needed In
Washington to present farts and 0
figures behalf of the tomato
tariff measure were pal dby the
8outh.rn Tariff Aiaoolatlun from for and
money collected from various Individuals Specials Friday Saturday
and corporation. later.eared .
directly' or Indirectly In the
fight for a tariff on tomatoes, Mr'
Chandler aald I Hudson Pure Assort
"It la a well known fact," he PRESERVES 23c
said, "that In order' to get any- 16 Oz. Jar
thing done of a legislative nature
committee and delegations and ..*.
pern on the subject In question
mutt present their arguments before I

acquaint the legislative them with committee the situation and PEAS or CORNTJ.o2hans 23c

All l legislation' of any kind I. han-
dled ,In that niannrr The Houae of
R.praenlatlve. and the fktn'te '
appoint committees to hold public
hearings on these quentloni, and CLEANSER Old Dutch, 2 Cans 15c
our efforts were made In the open
before these commltteea, with nc
hint of secret lobbying
The fight for a tomato tariff b."I' < .
over two years ago and the
4R-loua waders of the fruit and JELLO Assorted Flavors, 3 Packages 23c
vegetable Industry of thin atat,
were selected by groups of crow
era to wage the fight 101,. Chandler
wa elected by anjJexerutKp. en.mitt. .-

of the.. representing vegetable Industry l. per of tout the SUGAR Best Granulated 10 Ibs. for 59c

slate,he aald.Tha .
Southern Tariff Aaaoclatlon -
," he rid, "10 composed of
varloua Indlvlduila and concernsfighting

I. needed.for a higher I know tariff nothing whereIt oftheir MILK Golden Key> 10 tall cans for SSe

:, activities except. In the eg-
:
stable Industry.
Mr Chandler Hid that the cornmlttwa -
and Individuate' workingIn
behalf of the tariff had made repeated I Clover
COFFEE
tripe to Washington. Hrhimself Farm per pound 45C
had made 10. and the
railroad and pullman faro la IttO
for the round trip. The expense
mon>'a received by him would
therefro nO1'" his actual railroad DOG FOOD 25cSnowdrift
fare, to say nothing of hotel Cato, 2 Cans
and other necessary expenditure,
he pointed out.
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"All delegates from hen: h'
wd. "expended sums of money far
In excess of any expenses which 62c Bacon, SI. Rind- Q. Macaroni or
they were refunded I have boo 3 Ib 33c 21c
away from tny business more than can less, 1 lb. Spaghetti, 3 pkg.
six weeks altogether. working oily .
for the tariff
tomato rnruaur --
but I have bad no thought or any
remuneration for my tlm. or ,J Lamb Shoulder
Flakes
fort. and I know that the ..n....- Corn 1 Kr Koat 1 lb. 29c Onions, Fancy
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who have been devoting themselv.is 2 Packages. .. ..... JLtJi/ 3 Jbs. 19 C
to this work feel the same W<- ,
know that the tariff la necessary to
our personal business welfare and
that It Is vital. to the tutu ,.f "urcommunities' I & Lamb Stew 19
P. G..
oap C r
1 ]lb. .
__ i 3 Bars .... .. .. 11C 3 Minute Oatst f\
Package IUCDried


CARR'S Pork Shoulder OK/

Chipso Lg Size whole or half, Ib. a-wtlC
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41c
Barber Shop 2 Packages. .......... Apples (New

& Beauty ParlorMrs. :" -- Potatoes 45c Pack) 2 pkg. for ZOC

10 Ibs.Lettuce. .. .. ..
Carr in charge lobby's Blackberries in

of Beauty Parlor. All Syrup, .23C Shredded Wheat

work guaranteed. No. 2 Can ...... Fancy 25 *, Biscuit, 2 pkgs for 25 C
i Iceberg, 2 for /

ALSOBROOK ARCADE i I

i Clover Farm But- fTA- New Crop Walnuts 35c Light House Clean- 14c

1v0ME TTFafy. nA ter, 1 lb. OUt per lb. ser, 3 cansThursday

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i TIE HOMESTEAD LEADER (Gardens Can Be in Blaze of Glory Harris Gets Contract Building I Revival in Church Progress

I For Razing: | At of Chris

1.ubllaird Tunday awl T1 .n4y > Again Soon if Early Bloomers I ,--:0-:

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,r .. at Iluencalrad, ru. br UM 1 The atorni-wrooked gangs .1I At the Church of Christ a coq
aVMlli iMul liibllahlnf Co. Replace Plants Killed by Storm \
I building owned I by Wm aabraniky I* being conducted by the
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v; -- I at M. 1:. Flat street and M. KPVn :' Hewh 1C. Garrett of Atlanta
HUt-N: ARCH MlIjtlrrrd .... .._....___--Editor
------ BTLH: >% rUoaoten IU'Gln ...... and wren time and energy fur avenue will be could by V. I Ie now connected with the

M orrotwl close matter bring their blessings ( the plant If those little foedhagroot U Harris In accordance with a Iral' Church of fhrun In M

'. I are broken It lake conoldorabl M,. Harris gob The revival began the flrot of
Real It. UI at Ibe pout office MHwnrwtead although w. are ..10."m.** ta oMitrart whereby

tin. .....* the art of appreciate them Sooner or later tint to grow mere and Mil- the material evinced for his work week and It will continue throng

>4 arch .. Ilia.IHIJ. w* are all willing to admit that leo the plant I* hardy and Strong Only the cement' floor of the thin work and probably tbroug

-- .--- -- fur all theme More which haveaar It cannot be don. This .CCOIMMfor building will bo Mt All debrisand nest week.Bervioee.

.'mn. *IM A YKAUTIIK .d .impossible to boor and a treat many raltaree.After I material. will W removed and ors held each evening ..

--- -- the. problem which have seem. a thorough cleaning and old by the contractor. The work T:I* and twice on Monday. A

--.- od unaurntounlab have beo M I pruning. what neat* An appllealion of Maims( the bulMinc was atarttdWtdnoaday I dial Invitation I* ..'.nd... t* the

LKAM.H1* t.'Ut.tu nut the beat la both Individual I androijimuntty or a properly bataacod food mornuit I public. states ..... Oarrolt

W* be!'... IB 110.._..... the It thor .. no need I, after the plants. begin t* ahootThea ---------

iteo'laad District tad Out for comment tail Patterns .effort It 1 what nrlt' Retorting to

County I* Imp_>le for. human beings toarcomplMi part history, those ol you who UNCLE WICGILY'S TRICKS

W* bllv. la this rrfton that' for which the Almighty '- have lived In this section long
I
has mad them enough will' remember the duj- ..
rom alt futur*. sad IM rapaMe
&IAJ it'**. pota There I. OB doubt but that been of terms after '!<. 110 you aim ro- 'it came flown alwub Well r uesaWI
m
lID who live la Ibis aortlon feel I hat member the glory and beauty In here
W* believe to Its ltru.. frillIndtutry. w* have been through the wont I'he bayfront park even bottlers lie

UM ttocade Jndiwlry.Mi but rln"'nlf.'IIIIt wo ar Mill i tourlat arrived t could hardly
lom.,. Induntry Its rich hollow my eye Gerry Curt
aJlva and abl to make a I
glade land. Its awtot-omtlllnl Itvinn. profiting somewhat from .Hh hi* usual forethought !..

pine land and lu qualUtatlonaM our eiperuMNM wo are ready foe aedhuMy got hear and It wu not

a regular Promised Ijn4W new effort Thor I* nothing long before thv who** park was a

believe li our prof***lonl I. ," reached the heart of the time of color He had every Part

monk our tradesmen ad our public like the experience through or color and combination For A

Mudnare men; and *. bellev. which the IlodkMiil section has this he used plant which bloom

In their desire for Uw n.foree I )ut JHI..... quickly and tame which had ea- go".l"I'i

meant cod civic ImBrovauenU. aped damage In the city slat
It I* true there lo oMeanur.; .
I I evorywher
j houa y,. are going to lint. a few r
VI. boiler our peorle vlll *pprorlat I, *. but or coupe we are murh r
of the early bloomer with an Idea I
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tb* Leaders effort* to : more conscious ..r our own burn
i of refreshing your memories
five thorn Down. dvrtlaemnt* than or theo eat other Flan now
Lot u* first mention the dye
end editorial that will brine on wo are going to have. a 'pulltorether"
aum Thla dainty little flower U
thorn, the greatest measure of I spirit which lirlnn people .
Indeed a valuable aaaet to our gar
troth Patient and bolpfulneoa closer torvther No benefit,
none. It bloom from seed In five
W* believe that U la car duly I however small It may seem. can e Nor
week and will bloom again for you for bans '
|o serve the public la the boat .be. for any one person or for any a golf ? !
I within a few day If you will cut aeroplane 11,1114//1
o' our ability that wo mint roe group alone The spirit of .,
the old flower off me soon a* hay
beep faith with the public M California In lie bigness and ab- ,
to be Itttl seedy. This \
appear a ,
.11 11m,., and that U do M w. volute co-operation nan mad ,that I Ilire '. .
may lie don. several 11m... There
must print all the nw wllliaulffi late what It toI .
several types and colon or
r or favor or prejudice 01iiilur I Just now whoa there seems a I
Ma, but the average gardener proform
were honest publicity ben lot or honwkw Phone In our tarden I
tike whit In name form. Th
promotes community welfare. .. M u* realize that w*
........... ahill know much bettor from now Morittmun I* the argent and maybe I It.
: tired In rockeriea. for bordrrncomblnatlana ,
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l ;'ATIOV tt'kFK -I on what w* may raise. when varluua window boxes i
plant Should be art. etc It :
Thin variety may be u el
rii ninth annual obrvunie or would aee rathal the work don In
with bouquet much a* baby
Ami-ruin Kducatloa Week will beheld our mtrdvn dating the summer laloat
breath and while not on l l lqullfi I
November II .IT tinder the or course. the. I* very likelytrue oarleti.lvalve
effectlte The lower
punt pOMonhlp of the National In many tnitance. In this I I
beat fur tear ,lor. Thy aredainty : fill
Kin. ,ttlnn Aeafcoqtlon and Ik* beautiful warm >'llnwnnut are l \

A'". run, teflon rentorallve work appear lo W a and oaprclally pretty shone Wa I .... ._ tea. 1118
the flower ta the bed are nit one

I the 1'1_ of the AmericanK mlr.rlOnl) to thoav who hat color for instance. wo would .u'-I ...---- ---

iuratlo Weak aotobMtlon |* .to worked ao many hour' rlnfli|. !Brat drop i. *e. purple, and a bat\ '

11..1' before the pestle the alma sad-WAlsotshpglly ror nitr-l To Be Conjtnuwl

no.,lit. Mill acfeloVOMMtt or site havoc Inc the summer I* the amuuM or .. II III Annie IMajhcw Fitzpatrick .

.hoots The theme of the ao strikingly appanntOther .
program
thin year. built around thoralationihlp will not realize how many I (......h...(., (>|H.rlln t.mi...r>nlnr>. nail Impel' imxrrvalory nf IK'l 11..11

fo th* howe and the lovely specimens are stunted or John II. Tower, M. C. I PIANOFORTE AND THEORY i'

mum. omphM ii die rootrlboilon von how many you have loot [1 II

r of edurattoa to worthy home \Vf rntruM t tow that one halt ,, ISLITI : I l-lan.l| Unejil :Sea II r*yin. "rl c> iliom !..:IS
or the amount of fertlllatr used Ir''
niborohlp j I PIIOVE 14 I .. '.
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properly put on would brlnt hotter :
The American Lotion .....rv.*
rerulta. While w* are on ibis
mu.h credit for InltlatmAmor. .
ubjei-r w* will to a little further I'-- :- : --=- .._-= I II a
loan Kluratlon Week. The mom
be of the Jjtttan like the mem I This section with the eso |>tton of I :
for Little Tots :
I ; Training
rd sell and muck laad, heeds I
berg of the National Education Aa
more application' of food and J. A. SMITH M. D
Dilation '
were *o truck by thegreat I
lea at a time A mod rule ta goby
Amount o( lllltraoy In KindergartenHabits :
the men whoanawerod the draft among or la the condition or your plant Mum Hour. < ta a. I It -

Moat or them should have a rwtilni t
the World War and atm more by I :
period duties .th* twelve Tefc-nlioa t I Ii It and attitudes formed In the
the laro Dumber who were handlappd 1!' : wee,

<. by serious phyaloal df.ota, months TM I* something whh-h small years influence conduct throughout
flower lover are Lath to parmKHowever ,
that they planned lo encourage on It will pay to know each life. In kindergarten children are taughtthe j'
due
ationla
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system which would
Individual plant aa-t aometblna of I IHa !i Dr. M. A. I
more effectively ellmlnat thooo do.fnclenclea. I' I Perger things that all mothers want them to I
<' neoda. In thin way when the !
In I .
Karly Ma organls.rtion HI:NTIT"llmmt know-and
blooming mom coon**, U will be In '
the Lesion provided an Airier.remmi.lon Ito full dory the M*.m* will bel I f:an it 4 :noI'lMIII
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"- ,nl.m to concern U- THEY LEARN HOW TO PLAY
l largo and the ...tor of both plant I'I I &JJMOhrn :
oil with rh> edurullon. ,,f the for '
sad flower will be of rlrheat '
the 111.lit nnnimle ,
sign. born and to In away with II- .This also aids In perfectly formed I II Homestead has one of the few kindergartens -

lit ratyra I I Man.r. which are m muck mo..1! -- in Dade County. If attendance .:,

'M right yet, I hoe 1"00'- ..11"101'). i i justifies it will be maintained throughout '
i
.>inlutlonawvn het Jointly, .....nlO..1 M. .
i Intended to My that
-dairf ..n nrnm during the n.ni I leaches mil for .nd"l that Dr. L. Marshall the school year. '\x{

.v...k which ,n. illArmlallir 7.I.;::: .
r- tern leon 'r In alwoyn l J JI
I.v, Thin ae.. I U u i. chonn litlae > Physician and Surgeon '.
I bent tit on. applliatlun A Bond I '
Children from .. to 6 old eligible
, .", ,." Ih. I. HI ...luittllon pUiya nil I Mo ferttllar after a heavyskewer ; 1'1.._.... MIN.. .............. ,1 years are ; :
I '" II, .itnIttc'' '11 of world' und"'r "

., If"I.q, and .,....l.till, ....en'tarb.itnnlli tr a good watrrlnx, :*fl |i Offhw Hour8 -.. 1"" _: .
the coked with a little Noon trr THELMA REDD
..th ,n IK "rKimlieU earlel and th,'n do not Site I any moremoMturo to S IM. 42 AI

1n l homini _,,... .., Am.It'1\n .mo I
I for .eterwl da>.. This l* | to a P. M UII-I\ : Teacher
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t riot.er t1. ii Year In .
<).Ult Imporrant and we are sure II I .
r1'I'IIII.1..1 a program Intended '0'I !.
I r. a.on bloPeel 1 '
brine the public and the school In the bed and In .
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A diplomat .. .t fellow who dla- I have a small amount at peel 3 JAMES GARFIELD e' -

severe a womna In a both tubcloora I In them. the little plant an far

tile door quietly and aye: '....., to wafer and much moreaafoly .

-Kiruoo mo HI HI"-Tallahaaao* tranplantd This clings to kVtHV: DAT in A t t1Ai8 IN rijl

Domocrat I the rootlet which ar* the fdhi THC *."1 UK OVERT MAN" .

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Meadow Oraaa1-Alice Brawn.The -ft, a lava dory left a pmfartly ,
I THE LIBRARIAN'S CORNER Odd Number"-O* Maw good Indian ..*... Carl VanT4chtra Mrs. Drannon's
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By lira I.. L. no.w specks of hint. as a 'roavMctog i i
I "In OM Vlrgtakt"-Fag*. I........" Mr. I.. l.....
1' intURV HOI H*: Ito It a. nt; a 10'; and T to t p. n \ "W_ Tail.-Hardy. **.*. ,....... ha lived with the COFFEE POT
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-.. --- -----"nn" I Quick action will be greatly appreciated and far hack can trace memo Indian ;
W.aloe to the ... of 00.... the** are blood la Ma awn aaceetryH { ,
end or another I
I am sure you are all Interacted
the books the hoya a ad girls win .... I bow nr ....... amMh ....
son'1 Nat week a we Ht downto In the high school book IM published move h* haa .W'aa11M It I.
call far first 1 All et our Scent Ml idol .
of Lwrth.a
last .. difficult to got people to Wives Indian
w* k rt la a fine IM and
.o a little figuring We had I wet, soaking wet. We have worked
1 hop the and will are jibe what they NeSt
boys girls ;
mom pretty bad *t1ir during plough right. through It W. have,over them and put them back Intoe.rvl.e are" YOII"IU like "Laughing :3 N. E. Flagler Ave.I .
the month and for
mans days the but If haw of
you any 0
library radatedth! only sunshine dedireted a corner to "High .rooolBngluih" ftcotta book you are not puttingto Roy Tea will laugh with him. I t.HrJl\IN! A fttTn:1IIOAL: t
w* !lad."TI.. M III|| wind blaw.naehojy We hare meet at the dally u*. you might par th..mOlt you may not approve of horse racing -, THAN .:"' :Int'ORtl: j
,. book required and have promlaedr I and gambling but you Win hold 0
.Ido"
""' In.' atornt took to ua TOil know w* ar ... .
complete. the I"'". Look through your breath In fear Laughing Boy
much from ua bl It atom gavewith ways willing to lend. you a votarne !
the following titles ale If youhave will not win, and when sorrow
a lavish boot and our buaIn hen want It. -- J
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mar of them will cornea you will weep for his and --- -- -
ha you pleasegive 1
Just
*** kept ot grouting la I __ __
October we lemma ....0 books them te uiT We w"at an* or I't you are reading the book alandt
added Its more copies of the following: I "Laughing no," by Oliver LaVarge someone else you will finish It r 1
name to
our register MANGANESE
"rem ." Aimten. .... been chosen by the Library with a choking. 'Teed the rertyoureelf USE
and crotched by gift and purchase -
Guild a. the outstanding ." Th book .la on our .
4(1 volume pat1' goo4 record. "Northnnger AbbeyAssten."Wing
dont you think! and Wing"Cooper."Richard book this month It.. an Indian Rental shelf, 4JIIIllillilll11111t11111111111111lIlillllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIII

And Yet I heard the other day [ Fe..1"-.redlth.
a member of our city council: THana of the ('roadw'ays"leer.edith ( ( IIIIIIIII1111111111111111111111111111111111111111101p11111 (
thlnka Homestead anould close the .
"Htnlurky Qurdlnal" Allen. = a
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library Nay e>b#> <>* must be == =
cut, Must he another election l "Htntlmnotal Tommy Barole."C'layhanger" i
drawing" near! It t were not e -+t1on nett.
busy with the library I might ...I "Hilda f.essways"Kennett.'Then. i I
tempted to take ..'... Interest Twain"-Urnnntt. STRENGTH IN UNITY
tmHtlai myel and plan Home other "Kt hwon"-But lor
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Mnomlc for the rliy It a I 'Victory"Conrad."Tales .
ampalirn le about of fellow "F raternlty"-Oalsworthy.
any our
1O""aln"n.re
seeking offk-e, the librarian ha I "Under the Greenwood ...."- H We have just come through another disastrous hurricane. Crops |3H
one good vote la tat for somebody Hardy.
and probably could be bribed by t! ''Qu....'. Qualr"-Hevlrlt. that showed the best prospects in four years were destroyed overnight. SH
nnt..ne who could prove friendly 'I "Rlae fn ftllaa LaphMn"-How-
to the library-tin |>ronii*>. though ella Business houses of all kinds, as well a 8 growers have felt the force of the HH
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l'Iobow.' I Just ranhot have much I "Btory of lUy .IIII.-J.m.
faith In polls,.| protnUm' I Il Hed link"Page."Young winds. Conditions have radically changed and we must all put our _BH
"ont mention this I Iagalmtt n'-"t.-W.lpol.
It
the law la Offer a vote may fur be ""Kugenl ilrandet"ttelsac"Insulted shoulders to the wheel and PUSH, not as an individual or small group, gi
and InJured"ryordorIh.etoyesky.
axle hut w* do need M many thIn I
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for the library, cod It pays la .1- = but as a solid, united Redland Distr ict. =
I Mar and Pescw"Tolntoy.Auld I = =
vertle- Any Interested candldnlimight .. LlihC Idyll."-Barrle. In there there is
drab In and talk things otvr. I g Unity is strength and in co-operation success g'H
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till the regular, election in the house and on the awn.. Ing and Mn O. J Hackler will be

Mra t.. I. Price. Mn C W. Nearly all the guests wore Halloween the hoatensoa This will be the
Mantua and Mra. Ennl wen appointed I coatumea. closing event of a aerie. of bridge
In and GroundHomestead to get bid. on repairing parties given through the summer

the storm damage on the club \VIIJ SHOW TROPICAL XMAS month and the grand prlae tor

I houae JWRKATHS AM U1tAt'F 1tiFJ3 the highest total .core* will be
It was decided to rent the clubhouse awarded a well a* pries for theevening's
| Something unusual tropical .
.
a* a dwelling, If a suitable playfr.liMII.Avlg .
,Chrletmna wreath made from the
tenant can be found
foliage of such plant aa the rubber '
I palmetto and pine will bi exhibited TO MEET:
P,. W J Carter hal received Miami where" h* had beenm. WHIT IITO'f: KOOIrTVOIIHr : by Min Panay Norton, I FRiniY, NOV. a
word of the death of hit two-day- bloyed by the Tracy Ice Co. :111 m: WEEK; OF 1'ltA ':nTuealay aunty Horn Dumonatratlon | The Sunbeams of the lktppet

old grandchild the daughter of '* meeting of the Mia- 'agent at a aerie of meeting beginning ..' church will meet Friday, No*. I,
the Re,'. and tin Fred W. Carter |i Mra W R Bird will be ho.tcuto .tuna" Society of the White Won today In the South' Alia' at III: In the Sunday school

of lake Worth. Th baby wee the Thursday Bridge club thl church conssted of a business I pattah Club. Theme wreathe. any room M,.. T. B. Webb U leader -

born Oct ai Evening. ejuion folloewd by a Week. of Mia Norton will make. a strong of the group and Mr*. 1.. A.
1 I -- Prayer devotional service conducted 'appeal to all-eapeolally to thou Wine I* assistant. leader
Gertrude Davis 10-.ar-oI4 : : by Mr*. J W*. Avery from the north--and they will help I

daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. 0 ))a'i I M11.4.1 : : : 1'nMr Those attending tire Tuesday' to conserve the holly plant, (0 SERVICE. LEAGUE TO TAKE:
via, whoa arm was fractured tlti and Mra J H. Webster entertained meeting were: Mrs. V Flelta. Mra per cent of which have been de- THANKSGIVING OIU>rJJ.S
I J. D. n.dd. Mrs O. R. Brown, atroyed
two place the last week of Sep.I the Supper Club lag Member of 8t John* Churvtt
tember. was able to tot|[ night at bridge, Mra Frank Kkll J. O Davis, Mra. W, L. M"'I Window ahadea curtain and Service League will take advance
Mra L. I. Price. Mrs. Edw. .draper will b demonstrated
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and C. T ,
Fuch
school Monday Jr won firs order for plea, cakes and cand'ea'
I prlieaMr*. Lee Lehman. and T, JTaunt linger, Mra Stacy Hawkins, Mra.r also
for Thankiglvlng The league will
VanWInJklo A. J:nnl*. M,.. J A. McNelll I The Homestead meeting will beheld I
the Conaolalton prliea. and
M,. and Mr*. lionel have Its ware on mile In the arcadethe
Mra J. L. Ballard, Mra John Friday. Nov. I, In the Baptist
VanWInkl Mr and Mr*. Frank Lindeman,,
and before
and baby Billy Wednesday ThankaglvIng -
deraon Mra. r:, ColwelL. Mra. I
Sunday school building the Princeton
.f Fort Lauderdale Mr. and Mr*. the guest prises.All : I' and orders will be delivered
A. Dougherty and Mra. J, WOoI
meeting Nov 11 In the
Milton lovengood and baby of the club member, were An'I' there. )[ra H L. Cook and Mr*.
AveryWednesdays man* Club, the Redland m..lln.1Nov. I I
Princeton and M,. and Mra. F. W. prraent They Include: M,. and (Continued on Tag Seven)
I meeting was 13 at Pioneer Guild Hall,
Binds and baby of Naranja were Mra. Webster. Mr. and M,.. Faust ducted 1 '
by Mra Colwell Mr. Margaret and the Florida City meetingNov ,
vl.ltor. at the home of M,. and M,. and Mrs. Fucha, Mr and Mr..
Rosier Is to conduct today 14
Mra. Wm. VanWInklA In RedlantlHonday Skill, 1.1',. and Men. Lehman, Mr. I WALL
meeting and MM W. L Cooper All meeting begin at 1:30: sharp
and Mra Carl Deden, Mr and Mrs HELP
I Friday The Friday. meeting will All women are Invited to them .
liven. Victor and M,. and Mra. H be '... ...(J
especially Interesting to childrenand .j,.
Mr*. I. T VanWInkl of Ogden, E Hlner all are welcome It begin at I meetings.LEAGUE 0' PlAN j
Utah, arrived I Monday ot visit I reef I Guests were M,. and Mra F I o'clock. I.r.r. 'YDU
TO cm LA.ST \. Ht/'lU$
W. Webster of Coral Oablei and !
son and dauhl..ln.la", Mr aid The
member of the society wish
BRIDGE ('' THURSDAY I
Mr. and Mr Llndeman I '
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Mr Wm VanWInkl
to thank all those who helped.
I I4. The Church Service League of
make the Halloween. social a sueOnHMl. I
A I, Tucker and Julian Tuck. rKKM :IUAV AtXIIIAKYMUTS cess. 8t John Episcopal church will
: : WITH MRS rilAHAM give a bridge benefit at the horn
r who until two yean ago OW" I
of Mr*. I.ee Lehman on Avocado
.d and operated a grocery store The ladle Auxiliary of the, : :NT SERVANT: CLASS There I. a difference between '
Drive I next Thursday night et' '
liere have returned from Adet QD Presbyterian Church met at the ENJOYS IIAIUnM-l: I being smooth and being
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and may farm hero this winter home of Mr. H. H Graham of Narsnjtt Mr*. J., A. Wlae Sunday school :15Mn ervlceableFlell.
Lehman, Mra. Edward Bill
yesterday afternoon The claim, the Obedient Servants was -- '* Obllgn-o.gram..

Emory Brandenburg. small Strip president Mra. J. M. Halferty. pre given a Halloween. party by the
of Mra Nina Hrandenborg, return-1. 'j sided and the pastor, the Rev Misses' Marie and lorl Muckln I !
In this service
..d Saturday night from o.or'I"| !' John C, Oekeler conducted Bible. fuss' member of the claaa, at they I we

where ha had been visiting with his study In the Act of th ..Apostles.Plans home of their mother. Mr. Petach : Again! I j want you to find a serv-

paternal grandmother He *so I for the annual rummageinle Each client saw aa she enteredthe ice that will assist ypu
Brought back by Mra. D I'. Blake. to b* held November. t> at wlerdly lighted dwelling a''
a relative. who la now visiting in 1 Ooulda were dlacumed. ghost that In stately manner offered I in selecting the meats

Miami with a dater A special Home Mission offerIng : clammy hand In greeting Hot Mince you need to round out
I
I I I" to be made at the next A* ah .hook the hand It ram offand j the proper menus for
The Rev C N, Walker. pastas meeting. toward the church buildIng the ghost mallei
i food fest
of tho Homestead. Baptist church. I< fund that I* bolas raised by the Then ram a thrilling visit to a I your weekly

It iprndlnf. much ot this week. in Florida synod for the Key Wen room when. a spirit answered. three Pies j

Miami when. he la giving Inatrnc church questions for each girl-hut the i SPECIALSRindless
tlon on 'Building tho IntermedM I -- girl fled screaming before the "

Department' In a rlty-wldo teacher W. V. 1'. CIHCIF-TIIUI':F third was over. .
training school being conduced sri.':rT8 omcins: (lame and a wiener. roast on the j Sliced

thrr fhU week. jMr j W. M U Circle Three met yf*. awn completed the evening fun All Day Saturbay 32c
I I tardily afternoon with Mr. B F. The guests were: Mra. Wise. the jj Bacon, lb ........

and Mrs F, C. Wild returned McClanahnn and unanimously Mines/ Adelle and Mary Jones. j
Tuesday. morning front A chops Min Lewis to be the leaderof Mill> Mary Manry, MU Wilma Star Bacon 3 5

flying trip by auto to Macon. tjo. '' the group Mra V. H. Parker Cooper, Miss Thelma Rhodoa, 25cEACH not slicedlb .... C
They left Homestead a1 clack was made personal chairman and Mill Elsie Qldlof Mine Llllle But

Saturday night, spent Sunday night' Mra. B. F. Matthew, secretary. ton Miss Beanie Chambllaa, Miss fresh Hams,
In Macon and arrived bacK In.Homeatead treasurer It was decided to wait I Marjorie Cooper. Mini Boris Conncll half or whole lb 3 0 C

at one .o'clock Tu..*."rmorning till I th eclrcle leader meet. with !, Miss Myrtle Morgan Miss Ar.n. .
( I i iJ I the group before. deciding on the ... Hamilton and the Mime Myr rash Sausage

study to h* taken up. I Ries and Lenora Bridge. ...... ....... ..., O'C
B. Wilder mad a week""l Mr*. Matthew conducted. a abort
trip to Tltuavlll Saturday for a devotlnool service and Mrs, Mc- 'MIW U C. CARR GIVENS ,
i
visit" with friend I IClanahan gave a talk In which she ARTY FOB CHILDREN
iMr jiuggeated that circle member M,.. I.. c Carr gave a Halloween Redlands Lb.C.

and Mn O R Ollen'lffrfan should not feel obliged. to serve re. party for II young friend. Bakery A. FieldSanitary
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expecting this evening Ain freahmenta. unless It I* convenientto of her children. Ruby and Charles,
Oldendorf brother and .1.re'ln.I I do '0. This suggestion met with .t her home. Rent Awhile. Thuda ,,- .

law, 101,. and Mr*. 8. I. Boynton approval. evening. Halloween games. Opposite HomesteadPost j

of Cleveland O. who will visit| The circle decided to meet twice. fortune telling and a ma"hmal'l! I MarketIn

her for a week or two 101,. Boyfi. .a month-on the second and low roast were the high I Office A. & P. Store
ton I I. chief nglneer. at the Ov.. fourth W.dne.tIII,1. the evening entertainment I i

Innd municipal light plant I i' Thou attending were, : Mr*. Me'Ctankha Jack.o.lantern light w..r.. used .

*, Airs Julia Pope.. Mr.
Mr Alton Davis has ben Critt George Wright. )IN. Matthew. ,
catty 111 tilt pant few days.Miss : Mr*. Partter Mr*. Charles llama "" 1'1' Ii "'" ''I'' llil I "iI,," ""' '11"1'" '1'''' I "'" ''III ,Ii "

-:: : '1'00.1 and Mf Panlngt I' n
Ret.'II" Turner spent

day In Ml mil attending to but. GAUOI:: Cllll HKARS

In. '' I j MIIS. }'I.lmV.: HI'(.III.:J* DI'oP OVEI' 10 thc H

I Mon. Fleda V. Hugh "I MI.
Mr and 1\Ira Henry DuBol of ami read to members of the. Homestead -
Jupiter and their two children| I Garden Club a paper printed
pout Sturdy l ahr with Mr*. PuBol elsewhere In this Issue at the first
*' parent. Pr And Mra. J. B. pension Of the flab this rail The Dixic Drugand ;

Tower I meeting was held Monday afternoon -
I with Mr.*. Ouwle Joiner at :h
Mia Mary Green of New Smyrna the Hotel Semlnole Mra Hughe.
pent th* ,.--.k.end her. with lla, *' brought needs tar the Homestead. '
Bernie McEwen and Mlaa Anita' parka and prompted. to bring forthem see' our new tile floor. We hope you'll like !

Smith. I a chalice vine and a whit

flowering cotton tree it. We are constantly adding new equipment, =
Franca J. Brady has gone to I Election of officers will be heldat .

West the government treatment. hospital In hey I the nix: tmeetlng. Nov II new fixtures and new appliances that will aid us
for Among throe preeent were: DrParker .

i f' ---- II' I Mra. George Reed, Mra to give YOU better and more efficient service.
Archie Smith was hot to thi H C. W. Mana-ua Mra g. F. Matthew

eighth grade pupils at a particular-! 1 Mr, V H Parker, 1.1'... John
I. tr Jolly Holloween party : 1 Booth. Mra Rtaer Xtra. Wm.
r Dunlop. Moo, K H' Ewing. Mr* FIRST SHIPMENT OF WHITMAN'S CANDIES

Nine.year.old Ralph Andrew. Joiner Mra 8 A. King .
son of Mr. and Mra Bert Andrews. I JUST IN
was In Hunti hospital for a ton MISS H:'''' ItFAI(1NS l

, all optrmtloh on Friday ,i 1'Imi-IoFICV: OF CUB

y At the special mooting of th* I
lire: A' ,.Smith la III at her homebore. Woman Club of Homestead at I DROP OVER
.
1_; afternoon th.' resignation fo
! Mr 0... r Ball,and Mr. C the dub I provident. Mr* Ora Neff We Do Appreciate Your BusinessPa
A. IL Jordan are ,,.,,4Ia' I iIn i ,, WAS ret.| ",n I \ Miami b" N.,f w,11 I not ..on'.. Florida this

, ,\ .\ '''t.,. Mew Van a, ecOri4. vie*.
John SB",T '" II I : : ,:: : ; ,
'r"o 1.nr, WIll h<- t ng president : '! !: ""i Iii !

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\MJI I':HAI>K PARTY 1M MRS. TIUNG ilVrM PARTY

IN AND AROUNDHOMESTEAD GIVEN AT Mr)-:\\F> HOMK 1 WR MRS. LEE LF.11N44

'.. I ,The Misses Bernice M..w.n.I' Mrs Edward Hilling gave a CLASSIFIED ADS

Anita Smith end Mary Williams pleasant surprise luncheon TuesdayIn I. .

were honteiMin at a HalloweennnwiiMiiidi honor of the birthday of her } .1

potty which wan II'h''n daughtir Mrs I.if .Lehman of RATE: Pint Insertion 10? allm; nulx-quont Insertion !'

...... ... ......"..-...................................."... it ( h. Ion,, "t \r und Mr. C. W Homestead Bo allieFOR ,

wino..t !FI'U' lag"' MIX) M, I-:win THinmlnt' iMiiln Hal- Mix Lehman w.1. limn red a Inhuiitkirihl == =-= 1

I L.a.t IlKlllK, .1 li "rillun* of salute r..
w 'I"I.. ails 1,1.1' 11111" ,. and I
: tENT l'l \ iiiH. dressed. Sfl "In n |I".d.
.. .n"oj I I ink. and I nhlt, drapery: o\ir The gn.AlA eel Mr* J It ;
p" I I''u 1"t 11..1 I Ih \t.s, \ H I I'.tlt"t., If A WAitl Ace. :
I it sill UII.k" 'III' en"" 11101. Poll It1NTF'tirnlshed: 1(011IAPply (oUt'l
(.Hi I I': II Ulu..r. t "lInlllt CNN IH-din Mm Margaret Rosier ...
117 N W Sixth !tiict ort -- ---- -
Mrs O. J. Hackler, Mrs Annie '
Ufcoat stories were related and
Seminole l'harni >. Homestead FOR MALE-t'sed! electric ran.e.
'fortune wen told. rhea wereKhen Mayhw Fltspntrlck Miss mattes nJtFfFOR j' $20. Homeatead Mct lcl shop.talln71,
JlO\uSTH\I: 11O"I.V"
In various dances. Bright Lewis, Mrs. Fred Hrdd Mr. UnaKnovles .-- ._. _-_.-

A.. MOV 4SSCH.IAIION ndored dunce cape. and horns given and Mrs IahmaJ of Ml' t.'K'II FURNMHBD APT and ----

nil Friday the women of the' to the Knots added to the hilarity aunt.tN.NwN..NNN.NNN.NNNN.NNnawN.MNNNNNN1
single rooms far rent. Mr. Lena I' PERSIAN OATtv-BM pedigreedstock
I) II.'pU.t missionary societies of .
: Lewrenc One block wt of |10 t* ISO Mm V. H.

the Mluml AsMOclatlon convened In I One among the gutt ---masked The CalendaraNN1NNNNMINMN11NNnonNNNNINNNNNNNNN Crow' Pharmacy. Parker I6 8 W. Third Ave.. ;
a body for their regular annual, associations I : ; ..
i like tho rent but draped In aa Indian I .. .

meetingwith the Lake blanket-created more Interest SIX ROOM 1IOU8B-Newly furnished (Ol4tf) 1

.Worth Baptist Missionary society than the others because no one Nov. II-Th* Rain or Shin -reasonable. Also furnished -

.. hostesses In the Lake Worth Club meet with Mrs. O. J. Hackler :
i ; was able to guests her Identity. e-room apartment. Oil at REFINISHED FURNITURH for

church building. A spirit of warm I When masks were removed she I N. W. lib 8t sale-I burner oil stoves andovena

cordiality prevailed throughout proved to be Min Mary Green, a''1 Nor. 11-Th* Woman's Club of (olio?) dining room table and .

.the day. Th church was beautifully former Homestead girl who now Homestead will meet with Miss buffets. rocker tugs, cheap for

decorated with early fall live. In New Smyrna. j Jennie Lobdell at I o'clock. RENT-Beautifully and comfortably cash- Percy F. loIanl. ". 101 N.

flower and potted plant, and suspended I I Nov. 13-The Woman's Missionary furnished modern borne Krome Av* I 1
I Other guests went Miss Nancy
In the center of the plat Boyer, Miss Alice Hobson Miss Society of the Whit Stone -ill room and bath and glassed (olTIO ,

form was a large banner with the Church will meet In the church at In back porch, lira. John Victor -
Frances Brown Miss Carolyn Anderson
words, "Welcome-W, M. &" outlined I o'clock. Flake Manor. LOST 1
Miss Frnacea Froscher I
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In trailing fern and coral I|I Nov. U-Th. Are me Club will
Julia1
Miss Miriam Burton Miss
blossoms. meet with Mrs. Quasi Joiner at Io.cl..k FOR RENT Sevsral small furnished .
Brothers, Mien Marl Brill Miss LOST STRAYED-Or blow away.
In the Hotel Semlnole.I cottages, B. P Matthews
Exactly at ten o'clock Mrs t
W. Eloise Bradley, Mis Inei Branch One pair of whit Chinese
M. McDonald the associations : I I I Nov. II-Circle Four of the W. It & W. Ird Av*,
Fred Dulson, Robert Boyer, Roy geese on night of hurricane. Reward -
M. ir. meets' with Mrs. Frank (11-tf)
president called the meeting to Haynes, George Oxford Milton Mo- will be paid for Informationby ;

order with the singing of sacred Oarrah Edward Brooker Holllc Child ATTRACTIVE ROOMS for rent In Mrs. C. A. Haines, Redlaad.
Nov. SO-Th* Ladle Auxiliaryof
hymns Tile president of the Lake
loa Burton Garland
,
lIa..ow. the Presbyterian. Church will modern home, Mr* John Victor -
Worth Society warmly welcomedthe Wynne, Wilson Mobley, Charles LOST-On Kront Ave., Sunday ;
Flake Manor.
meet with Mrs. J. R. Hlikson. ,
visitor, and Introduced the Brooker Douglas Tower James 'evening tan coin purse contain'
pastor of tile church who cordially Brothers and R. E. Scott. !I, Nov. t -Circle Three of the W. Ing ue In bills. Reward. Return -
M. tt will meet with Mrs. Julia FOR
added his welcome In the i 1 SALE
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name to New Ball at Homestead
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.t the church and community As FOR SALE Complete farming Building and Loan Co,, of f
this the FLORIDA CITY Nov. II-Th. union Thanksgiving
first
was meeting of the fice.
women since their withdrawal from _....".......INNn1/NNNNNnNNNINI to-8,11- service for the district will beheld equipment! oils Model W Cluotrao -- -- j
I at 16:10 In the Community traitor Hill tandem disk
the combined assoclatlonn meetIngs Mrs A. U Blythe of Detroit and Roofing and Repairing
horse one harrow
Church In Florida City one one plow,
of the regular association, the her children Algeria and Barbara, and small tools. Also one cementmixer
absence of the various pastors of are visiting Mrs Blyth's parents ROOFFIl and GENERA, REPAIR

the association was noticed and Mr and Mrs E. J. Rhodes. They 'John, did you ever see one of -a bargain for cash J. R. man. Estimate gladly furnl bed I

regretted. For the first time In are on their way to Cuba where those machines that tells when a Campbell. Dixie Cafe, Homestead free, Work guaranteed &

many year the beloved state secretary they will spend the winter with man Is lying?" Fla. F. Mutthe, Phone S01-W

I Mrs H. C. Peelman could Mrs. Blyth'a sister M... M. D. In- "Did IT Lord I married one of OilItEXCEIXENT (olltf)

not be present because of conflictIng gram who lives there. Her brother them!"-Ex. -- -- ---- ,
PLOW-and-grov,
appointment C. A, Rhode of Mkiml ..ndb..r Native of Applications for Tax iMmlNotice t
horse for sale. Also One-horss
Mrs. A. K. Qammag of the Calvary niece Lillian Rhode of Little Alice! "I wonder how many i I is hereby given that Qeo.R. t

Baptist Church, of Miami responded River, spent the week-end at the men will be mad unhappy when mowing machine. No reasonable Mallow, Holder as Assignee of
I marry f"O.rtl'l offer refused Apply Btolts, Tennessee Tax Certificate No. 11I?. dated
In Florida City.
In the name of the visiting Rhode home
"It all depends upon road and Silver Palm the lot day of August A. D., HIT
societies to the Invitation and has filed sold Certificate In my office -

'welcome of the hostess church. Mrs O. C Hoi will return from how many times you marry.Ex."Is drive. and has made application for

Curing the regular routine of thednorning's her summer home In Danville, III, Oll-tf tax deed to limits In accordancewith
law Sold Certificate embraces
a chicken big enough to eat .
business all A-l socle-
tomorrow when It la three weeks old ?" Said sale to be had for the purpose the following describedproperty
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ties and A-l union -"-
,; situated In Dad* County,
"Of course not!" of satisfying said Decree.JK .
to-wlt
Florlds
tilled Mr. and Mrs. Robert Urlesbach "How does It live then?"-Ex. >N E. HCIUtKYHA.Oenentl Lot I to I, Block 10, Powner
Homestead was tr M A-l !have returned to their Florida Master In Chancery. Palms Dlv No 1, Plat Book
ROBERTS NKIBONSolicitors I
union In the entire ai and City home after spending the LEGAL NOTICES for Complainant. 14, Page IT.

the president, Mrs. 8 -Ili n- summer with their daughter In Oct. II, Nov. 1, 14, SI, tl 1 The assessment of paid property
under the avid Certificate Issued
han, was highly comp, tvd by Ohio and thler son In Canada. Xo'k'flc.f Jlsirtrr's Sale I was In the name of Unknown.' Unless
the association upon hoe work and Notice Is hereby given' that under In the (In. lilt ('c'"rt..f she, I:IrtrnlttJiiilMal sold Certificate should be redeemed -
and by virtue of the Final Dft. (Irrult of h'ridH. In
the co-operation of her society officers Mrs. R J. Shepherd will returnto ...... of Foreclosure rendered In oral for Itaito ('ou".,. In <' according to law. tax deed

and members Only two societies her Florida City horn on Nov. that certain cause pending In the Very. will Issue. thereon A. 1), 1920.the 8th day ofNovember

In the association were A.l l\. She will com on the Mohawkto United mates District Court Southern OnW-r for 1-iilillrt.U.m Dated this tnd day of October
Homestead and Calvary Baptist Miami. District of Florida. In which I). Bank of Homestead ,8n.1 A. D.. Ill*.
W. Thornburg Is Plaintiff and W. vs. Clementina Peterson, et
Of Miami. ":. n. KATHKRMAN
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H Peace, Mrs W. H. Pence Leon Defendant
Clerk of Circuit Dade Bounty
the outstanding address of the Mr and Mr. W. W. Hover y and Llachkoff, and United States of frYuwi.kwurp. nf 1\I0001lfall'0 Florida. Court
dinner guest at the America are defendants, beingKqulty In Jim Nanui of the State of lorlilal
day was by the assotlatlonal president children were By Jno Fcnno D C
of Mr, and Mrs. J. Done Case No. 594. the under. tkummluiei INUtwiniTou 11'lk. Circuit Court Heal)
Mrs. McDonald, who talkeden home 1 I signed Standing Master appointedby 1'1'0 are hereby required, on or
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Oct. I. 0. IT. ,
'Palestine," aa she has just returned Sunday. the Court In said Decree will the Snd day of December, .. -----
from a three-months visitto offer for sale at public suction to A. D, 1IS1, to appear to the bill! of
In dimity Jinlirc's r'eM"1. DnloOiiihly
the orient.At tin'. and Mrs George Todd expectto the highest and best bidder for I complaint filed again. you In the l'lorhlan! 2HII1.
otherwise the ,
of above styled
their winter home on cash at the South Front Door cause
the noon hour a picture of the return to the Courthouse of Dude County, In allegation contained therein will ltd Estate of James Henry Young

group was taken by the staff core Tenth street the last of this month. the City of Miami, Florida, on the be taken as confessed r.:4u..nC.1 rinccasudNotice .
Ind day of December, A. D., USD, I This order to ba b of Intention to make aiipllcation
respondent of the dully paper. Mr and Mrs. B. Cohrenour are between the hours of eleven o'clock a week for four consecutive weeks for flllH I dlscharii*.

Many number of special minlo the Dobbins house A. M. and two o'clock P. M, the In the Homestead leader Notli-e I. hereby given that I will
now occupying In the of Miami. Florida the nf December .\
were property described In aid Decree. Done City on filth day
rendered
the Lake Worth
by I which they recently purchased. situate In Dad County, Florida. I this 0th day of October. A. DH .. j D. ID2D. t.resvnt to the Honor',MW "
society. Prominent among these I to.wtt: 1929. K. Plantain County Judge ol

was a contralto solo, "In My Fit.1there W. Moore and Everett Sensory of Th North Half (14% ) of the n LEATHERMAN, floods. < ount y, "'Iorldln.., I'M" i iHi
House Are Many Mansion" In Florid I West Half ( wm of the Southwest Clerk Circuit COurt. I port and. vouchers and a. < i t" <
Miami spent Monday Quarter ( of the Northeast By F J. (1ould.Deputy the nppro> .il I of cum, and apply >i
In th. afternoon, th. prodding nty. quarter: (:E\\ of Section 15, Clerk. frilling IHiuhiuro In the Hotel. fgiinisllenrj

pr".II.nt' resignation after the '- Township 1)7) Mouth Rang II Eaat, ROBERTS NELSON I 'D lint. neceamdDit.d

years of unbroken service was igntfully ... Mr ...nott';;. Frank Sheffield i mid land iltuate In Dade county, I Solicitors for Complainant. 1It.r 17, I9ltMA1IMAHKT .
Florida | Oct II, Not 7. 14. II. 2*. : A. HUH It A >
incepted and Mrs. C. II.I I and daughter. Franceslslted hid sale to hi hid" for the pur. ____. I \dniiiilsir., of the V..t.II" >.fIn

Bolton wife of the pastor of thi' r Hi'mis here Sunday pose Of satisfying wild decree. I \mUx- of A|>i>ll<'..iliin for Tom Dm .1 i'a ll'nrv raised do capd' I
Went Palp Beach ,church was I n_ __ -.- ._- ---- Kl'HRKI.L: Y.\TJoR.: I Notice Is. hereby given that W I I .. 11. t4. 31. Nov. 7, U :1 I II :1.
eluted to fill the Vacancy Mm Standing Master In than. ery ''II. (loose. Holder its Assignee, of I I 11.-,. r.. n.
I HOIIKRTH fc NKLHUNrtlhllor Drainage Tax Cirllfliutea N.... li r 'InN I B I"FKKKVHA: ,
o McDonald was presented with a for Plaintiff. and 9, dated the 1st day of August Atl rney.

b.-,utlful gift from the sorlnlteaMrs. I For Oct 31. Nov. 7. 14. :1. II. A. I D I ::1:7. has filed said I'ortlflcatim .- .-- --- -- -
J. R Dorsey of this city ;_'Ii, in my office). and has made I In the ('unIlIY judge I'oiirt, DiiikiHe ,'

was elected as superintendent of ollce of Mnxttr'm twinNottfl application for tax deed to Issue In I .'"'''",. "I..rtI".
r Is hereby given that under accordant with law Maid Cortlrl-1 Estate of Hfirah. Agnes HoMikd .
young people's work for the fifth I SIGNPAINTING and by virtue of that Final cates embrace the following described Lasd.

district, and Mr. H. Grady Smith Decree of Foreclosure rendered In properties, situated In Dade Notice of Intention to make op
superintendent of the women' I that certain cause pending In the County Florida to-wlt: lillcallon for final discharge

work for the district Mine Jennie Circuit Court of the EleventhJu- West t of HKH of HEW ofKeitIon Notice is hereby given Mint I will
I dlelal Circuit of Florida In and for II. Township II South on the Utb day of lieoember A.
"V Barrie. secretary of the West : Dad County. being Equity Case Hangs 40 Kant, containing SO H 1ft*, present to the honorable
.
Palm Beach church was recognta-1,: No SIS44-U lit which Sarah Pen- acres more or less, as embraced W. F. H.snton County Judge of

ed In the afternoon cession as nlngton la complainant, and CharlesIra In Certificate No 1. The assessment Dade County, Florida my Final Report .

the student 'mothered" by this association AND Wych and Miriam C. Wych of said property under and vouchers and ask for the
are defendant the undersigned the said Certificate Issued approval of the same, and apply
during the past two General Master appointed by the was In the name of Unknown. for Jo'inalIacbarll" In the Estate
year while sh ewes In training at Court In said Decree. will offer for North tt" of South H of of Sarah Agnes Hossck. deceased
the Baptist Training School In INTERIORDECORATING sale at public auction to the highest W..t4 of NW \4 of SaUlon Mined the 17th day of October
Louisville bidder for cash at the South Front II, Township &I !!Mouth Rang till.
Kentucky. In r..pon"'l Door of the Courthouse In Miami. 40 best, containing SO seres H. H. HO8ACK
she sweetly thanked all Dad County, Florida, on the Ind more or Ira a* embraced In Admin Mra tor.

.cieties for their Interest In her and day *f December A. D.. I.n. between I Certificate No. 9, The assessment | Oct 17, 14, II. Nov T, 14, 31A.
tor the many gift of love sent her the hour of eleven o'clockA. ; of said property under 1 I Dec f. IS
during I )I. and two clock P. M.. the I the said Certificate Issued was DON K.! rERRETRA.Attorn. ,
her training property described" In said Deer* In the name ot Unknown, .y. 1
Invitation were read from the See situate In Dade County, Florid.1 Unless said Certificates should -- ..
Calvary Baptist Church of Miami j te-wlt: be redeemed according to law, tax "
and the Allapattah church foY next The Southeast quarter. (ME\4) of I I deed will .Issue thereon the sigh day
committee I P. F. MANLEYShop the Southeast quarter year's entertalnmnet and the the Southwest quarter (SW% ) and Dated this 2nd day of October

decided to accept the the West Half ( WVi ) of the Southwest IA.O im TRANSFER CO.Went .
vary church's Invitation. now at quarter (HW14) of the South.u E. o KATIIKRMAN. I
nnxt rneitr'.ng will be held on cal-I u quarter ( MW'j I *f the South- I Clerk nf Circuit Court Dade County ( Mowry tttmtHauling
fi.itiuirt..'r (HE1* ) of Se linn S. llorlda
f"at' l-Vll, In No vein I.,.r in 101 N.K11031Et lowinhlp 1% south It Inge it Kast. I By Jno Fenno D. C of Fiery: MecrhtI"

It ""h .err.nlrltl"," AS th.i ,1\0,,i tnd I..'I"K In I1'd. l', lint )' Ctk i Ir lit ouit Pi.111 I Ir, .".''I', 'I\ I'none -i U
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Page EIR'ht THE HOMESTEAD LEADER Tbur1nAv November 7. 1f.29
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It were privately owned were laId I wh..n shipped wee recommended' agent. returned to Hoi .-etned
DAVIS RESIGNS FEDERATION TO
''to be 1141 yearly Therefore by Mr Hlalt..a. protection against Wednesday morning after t- <'aya
Councilman (Jault and there argued crooked broken who make u Dram I spent In Washington, D t' i nr.'

W ASPOLICECHIEF the city i* losing 14 a year BIND TRUCKERSFOR "tire of claiming that shipments arrive h<> and Mr*. Bteffanl were ..a'h:. by
;: by owning the property "t the I I I In I Mid. rah Ipe wheneur th,'v I the death .uf Mrs. Ulefranl .:11 ther -

I present rental have the npporlun' Mr*. iJivlnla Johnson

OF HOMESTEAD| The property It mM ti" have been I FINANCING Asked how lorul growers .and : Mra Meffanl unit th. tae, cllll
acquire through an n ro-operatlve should proceed In dren that went on taw Will stayed
r' I lens and an agreement hy the. city ret the vegetable grower federation In Washington with Mr .I11\11On.

(Continued From Page One, | tc pay the cash um atlll due The I continued From Page One) neceeeary to obtain reaognl who may settle his affair ut that

revived the council' internist In 'transaction was put through by a program *f expansion that will tlun front the federal farm board, city and aowmpany Mr* Weffml

i a powlbl municipal Ice factory. former city engineer several municipal greatly broaden the activities of the marketing bureau officials back to Homwitaac girt milkw his
propound several month. ago u a I I generation ago. but no papers '' his department. Mr. Rhode _1<1. sold that the tint stop would be horn here

mean of utlllilng surplus current relating to the deal could bl' In addition to Mr. Hlatl the fruit to work u* the Idea to lot a. near -.----- '---
and water el the municipal light located at the city\ hall It'll''* .141. and vegetable marketing ..ped.a.lat. unanlmuoa support for It a* poilbl -

and water plant to Increase the Councilman Hinman was In favorof then are a market new apelallat *- They Mid that they would ,
income of the oKy.owned utilities.lounellmen keeping the property and makIng a livestock specialist a b* glad to oem down and spend DON'T NEGLECT

( O. I. fault and A, H. an arrnageraent whereby the poultry specialist and a dairy u much time a* neceaaary to help
Hlnman and the oily engineer were leave money paid to the city would peclalhrt. with the project If the local grower YOUR PIANO

appointed to go into the matter gradually retire. Interest and principal Mr. Rhodes has been head of the and organizations expressed a WAVE IT TUNED HBPAIRSD
with the Illlm company and other on the balance owed. Other Mate marketing bureau since It real desire to join Ina state federation OR REBUILT DY
ompanle councilmen agreed with him and west started In HIT but this I.tlr.t U of truck growers.

The city engineer announced that the city attorney was directed to the time that he has been County Agent C. H. Btnffanl presided .
I the two old light plant engine. rei delve Into the matter given enough of a force to do the at to meeting W. E. KOONI

i'ntly old to a M Louis utilitiesmachinery -- work that ought to b* done, he --- -
,.aid I ;Jf: W. led 81. 1-lione 506-M
firm fur til.00, had RUE SAYS MANY County
r ',-en loaded for shipment by the "Thl* year the legislature gv Agent Returns
.urrhaeer. Mayor Rueeell report- ua M..... to help Florida feed It*, From Washington, D.C. Also Auto Top and

,I that the balance due. on the WILL DIVERSIFY elf Let year this atat bought Body Work

(rat machine void (for |T.000) had II J ,OOQ.OOO worth et good that c. H. Dterranl realdent county
e. n paid A payment of U.800 has could have bean produced here --
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sea made on the second machined CROPS THIS YEAR and cold IH8000000 worth of -
the balance will be paid when goods' produced here" Mid the

'ii'Ion machine. arrives. at its rteetlit (I intlnutd--Fr-m>- Pug. One) that commlaaloner Florida grown Me pointed would out be I Barbering for the Whole FamilyA

hlblllon at the Hrdland DistrictFruit :
Krome and Hailer arenas .141..- richer by $117.060.(Hit It they had
.oiks cut Monday to permit the Festival samples of the potatoes rated. the food Imparted Into the refined atmosphere, unfailing cour-
In !
grown this region excited j
.lUlhern Hell Telephone" A Tele admiring comment from tete and that their total production tesy and expert work will be found at this
raph ('0. to erect polo for it.Ines would have been over lit*.-
everyone who aaw thorn and manexpressed y shop. Everybody welcomed and treated
I will be repaired by the tele- 000000. He said that the
amusement at the all actlVltlel//
of lira with the
,hona company and the pole Will and quality, Mr. Rue Mid mraketlng bureau greatest consideration.
,'r erected In alleys Instead of In direction wen reflected In the fart I
A letter
received Mr Rue
11 main utreeta The council pI .". from a New Yerk by commlMlon old hat I 104 carload of hog were I BUSH'S BARBER SHOP
co-operatively In the lustthree
an ordinance Monday night .
house admcate the of
planting
month by Florida farmer*- 20 N. Krome Ave.KILiORF'M
ranting easement to the tele ordhook lima! owing toa I .
byn
for the first
,bono company through all alley time In history Last
big demand and a limited apply Insight
if the city The council was un.n.mOUlt Mr Hue said-The Kord. year the state Imported III.000,AOO I

'In holding that the pole hook bean I M popular and profitable 'worth of pork and 141000000 :
worth of beef Mr. Khode aald. ,
I
should go In the alley and not In because It
can go by refrigerator -
the male xtreit wherever. OMl.| Too many exiting co-operative :
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NO
tor to the "
northern marketsand |
ganliatlon are competing with' .
Isle arrive In perfect condition. nllla-ItITF: I : .
one another fnrtead or working toI, PLANTKiu.oru
C I
lunillman A H. Hlnman spoke Wit year Ford hook beam brought MFFatti
,. I gethpr for a standard grade andPack to
mealy of lire need for giving; so.ion. 6.10 a hamper. Mid They can
: i and a standard price level
.
ontlderatlon to andi'in
way
b picked two
over period of to
,, Mr. Hiatt *ald. If Florida expect
lOt increasing the earning three months, and they" are practically BEANS AND POTATOES
f the and to stay In business fine must Improve ,
city' light water plant frnat.proof. They should beplanl.d I
."bkb h" maid wa one way In the quality of her grade and BEANS-Thoroughly Cured High Germination
h
tie early a* possible, 'I
pack *o that It can compete with
inch the tax burdnna of the peoi .
those of Motion WESTERN GROWN STOCK
i I. could b* lemened Councilman said.The I any of the tnl
\T"i Tx).n.r Mil that he had read beam average profit to b*.mad ted Htatee--wpeclully California I! Vw hlinicnt of I'lah."t <|--ne.llng nt n'Uil'cd i on range from 1100 t 1110n and Tau, he ald, I II' while they UiHtIliniiiiiniU
hat on. runt coast municipality acre. with the of.cleaning '
pos dbillty
Induction and certification a* tIJOO lluxliil
> 'i* 'hllrll'lnI tent a kilowatt I'
up more than 11,000 an I j to condition of fruit and vegetable IlluikHlinimit 111.01' HiislidHuriMpye
"UF for Its current and It waaffgeted
acre, ad! Mr Rue ,Yields obtained i I KtrliMChiM men Pint Sllllll (mashes
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"" that an l Increase In rates IM year ranged from Itexl iileiitlixw .. II Utli BuxliilItefuKW
i the local plant might be advlaMe 10 300 hamper an acre. and th.1 1----1 (1000'U> I ) $1 0,60 IlUMlwl

price ranged from II10 to SEED POTATOES-Limited Supply Well Ma.
'oun. linen Tllnman J.nan.r. and a hamper, h* pointed out. I
-ink I.Indi'man were appointed to yield of 10* hamper an acre 11'00'1 I tured Northern Grown Stock

lady the utlllttea question thor- market of M a hamper. the Due to eluirtntte of luirilirrn crop' and heavy ikiiuiml lilulit
"ighly und devise way of (Inoreaig .r would make way over II. l>1'1'1" fur potato KetNl are< ill proNpi-rl.
'" the r< vi'nue.. Mayor Russell acre since _.t of raining. thebeans I BFTITJiniYSIOn" lltrVHK: : Till,: 1'ltl("I: GOES t 1'1

gain ailed, attention to the need I Is only 1110 to lilt an sore.Mr. Kilgore. Bred-Rite Red Bliss in 100 Lb. Crates.
.r a rinnnent utllltle commie-
p
')n for efficient management of Rue oald I II The!)! wy IIt1tOC! that money can I...,. I. |xlully, bred up, ...
; Beam and potatoes were notuoeoaarully h-rt...l and iriKlid fnr Flori 111" bunln'a* end of the city utlln I I I .
raised In this section yk hi*.than bag snout ixHutoen
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if until Installations, was used In the : "'IIY PLANT U':M THAN THC BrXT
Whether or not the city will fin'h rtillur applied t othetn. Mr. >Ve alas hate a very good grade of
paying for the two lots on .
aald The plant turned RU.I State Certified Red Bliss in 150 Pound Sacks.
which the old light plant w*( 10-1 and yielded In beans, 10 or I, '

..tied near the extreme eaat hamper to the acre and, In pota- General HAVE YOU SEEN KILGORE'S NEW BILT-
r Went Flagler street will be conildered .loea, (0 or to bushels to the acreNEWT .
at the next council meetng RITE HAMPER? .

after City Attorney Nelson has I Public UtilitiesUunMJllt..acJ THE KILGORE SEED COMPANY
Investigated the status of the eltyntereit '. ,
In the property The matter G. BALLNotary Phone SU.I ue N. \V. Flftli ht, Mlani, Fla, l"hoaoTS
wu brought up by the appll- ,
atlon of A. J. Campbell Seaboard 1'uhllo I
Oil Co. agent, preeent tenant of: FIRE INSIHANCK ANn ( U lII l l lmIDIII 1111111f111i1fflllIlilllllImllIi( !!! ( { Ilaiiulli -IlllllllllloillllOllaliiiilil

th* property for a flv*-year lean. RUIPREIO LINES rJiQIII1IIIIIII i

The present rent derived by the citya I TOIL, IHKT.'MmS COB.nrcri I
|>00 yearly Interest on a bal- '
T DRAWN
unce of U 000 owed an the lots by
the city I I. lilt yearly, and taxes, 33 N. Kromo Ave NEWWyoming

which the property would bring It I i i
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