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Title: The Homestead leader
Alternate Title: Leader
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: South Dade Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Homestead Fla
Creation Date: October 2, 1930
Publication Date: 1923-
Frequency: daily (except sunday)[<1926>-]
weekly[ former 1923-<1925>]
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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 )
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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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Succeeded by: Homestead enterprise
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\'CLUME VII1NUMBER 16 HOMESTEAD, FLORIDA, THURSDAY OCTOBER 2. 1930 PRICE FIVE CENTS _


Brodie Couple Injured I % Green Fruit on Market I''

TARIFF SAFER While en- Route Home I TAXES CUT 32 Sends Price- to BottomA 1 TEAM BACKED :

101,. and Mm.: WiUlani, Uro.Mof I


THAN IF LEFT mile 1 Kdl* when'-nd below were their O.n\'lll.badly car overturned Injured, Oa Sept 1oIr.It. I BY COUNTY IN trim packing wu ailed.bait. a koiMol an rue this grapefruit>of uf the low.*Us"prlcv thlpntent 1)/said.*. BY 2 SCHOOLS {


Drodle w knocked unconscious
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TO CONGRESSSen. and broken bnilMd' her rib Mr.fate, an Brodle and Injured bead received ihoulderthrt wars a. THIS SECTIONMade state to fruit have green born shipped fruit.brought from about this aeollonI by up- SET FOR GAME


cute on the bead and one on I ntld to Ijnvs ba lull and Juicily

a tor Idles Duncan, I b friend, who and nil over the acid content required
Fletcher Hells Dade's by the at*. Arrival. the Homestead and Redknd
Possible
Why was riding vim them at the lira, by

He Voted for Flexi- received a serious cot on the hx *fru"'IcaII't *o,Immature no- Merge for Beach Foot-
.
All three wr rushed 1 the
ble Provision Greenville hospital where they remained Says LummusNO Juice In It. from other actions 1* ball Clash Here
believed to have ruined the market
nearly a week before beIng -
'APPEAL BEING MADE take to Augusta. O*" to the' ROAD TAX LEVIED for Florida grapefruit Wary buyer TO START PLAY 4 P. M.

AGAINST REHEARING. home or II friend FOR IMO-:.FIRST TIME tor are offering I ill, ur. nothing FRIDAY, CITY FIELD
grapefruit at preaent.arapefrult
--ale Mr. .*d Mrs termite had rpent

Mutt Be Ready to Present the summer In the north aid were School District Tax Now brought eo. rr.tewfcen Students Hold Pep Meee? !
when accident shipping started ReplemberI.
their home the
on way
Data to Answer Mexico occurred. They. UK evpectadkr Big .Item; to Enforce Later It declined t* about II in Legion Park on .

,, However seat week.STATION. Personal Tax and lest week pant to nmetkmlly Battled Eve
nothing,
Moneyed America who with to T*... for 111 'In this roctlon .' Avocado ar down to) around II nedUad and Homeotoad high

produce tomato I* Mexico hon : CHIEF Itet* Cwity will b* IJ per cent owing to tW Cuban competition. schools joined their football torornla

' labor ass bfI pbta'n! *! for little loa t*.J> titer were In' tIM. N*.'tUuinmtu creating a team t. represent tb*

more than A ..ate. day are waxnf DUE TO ARRIVE '.unly tax a** auft *.Q' wEATiiRWL : Miami Itedksd Batch lalstrlel Friday In the efterneen game with at

| effort to get the tariff com- Dounod In a talk mad to the
I o'clock OB the Municipal field.
nlaalon to grant a hearing o. the HERE NEXT WEEK Homestead Lilting Club Tuesday at FOR FRUIT NOW Coach John C McGuire an-

teeltt duty placed on foreign their weekly luachon. Miami Bounce big lineup a* follow:

grown tomato by the recently *n- I Be...,ft, where. building has been on' William Bootb. enter, John Richard
acted tariff Uw. but riorlda' son Dr. Wolfe to Take Charge the boom and realty value keys ON TOMATO VINES Rdland> end Routine Tower,
Mora and prnUtva have appealed guard Wilbur Fro and 1. D.8parkmiM .
With Associate Horticulturist bean on the upgrade, will pay twice 1
the commlMlon to Walt (Radland)
to tackiest
much this M .
*4 taM year aa paid
and MO how ho act oporato before Title I lAIC year, but every other arson ol Early Cool Spell After Ovid Sullivan and Early needy,
reopening a question that' *.* code; Garland W/nn o.uartorttuk
P.II.10'1, will lose, Mr
Wolfe pay Rain Just Right Says
debated In detail at hearing after Dr Herbert S. ,recently I J.umntu aald Milton MiUarrab rollback and :
hearing before the act Voss p>_d, chosen a* director of the new D.d.1 County Agent Edward Brookor and Ernest Well 5
United Plates Senator Punnn U. County 1.ploal..p.lment otatlon Just' distribution of the state ()feodland) halfback .
Fletcher told representative bu. will arrive In homestead next gasoline tar, whereby Dad County Tado,'* small .tll.l'-On. of the At upon today membere if lh .t
inca men nod 11'9"'n *( the nd- week to fake charge of the plant ct more nearly its hn earliest touch *f fall the Red student body paraded to HOIdl.n4 .

Und District ate a luncheon ttv n I and work authorized at the hurt of the gas tax ,refund la responsible land District pee over *.,.t1.. d In_ q 1foI'.rJ\\
.for him whoa h* visited! HonfiM. (.(.d Milan ot the"' YnfM! *, .leglBletqrju 11'f''G too4hewitrl0g ifit dldsita..flee.Jreyle wta bltd'U4'.iWn And tlaoll;' lhe
bfonday of .ofr '" : I Dr. Wolfe '.* now hi OalnraVltlelwhere hiPZordlne-to OM D'f ( Ifs b aFtreat; llom..tead ,..4 R'41an4 '1CIIo'

TU ...tcboarln/ U ought by th* .xbl'r reported to fill liter:I I tax aaavMor This la the year thai benefit U plAt Innd and high' (lad*, school yell and songs were *l\.n.
M<,idoan Interests with the objart state \ tntfcm a there will bf M road tax In Pad, tomato, C. H Bteftanl South A pep m.'ctlnt wm held this ,ittarno. i
01, 1uttr, the tariff reduced tiider+ trip abroad, but br will leave the h. said; the fk* tax Wilt more thai I>ad*county agent, pointed out this ..n /in I.'vl.MI. Murk HomesteadMeenwhh
the n Klbl provision of the .tariff, university city for Hom..t.&lS1 sufficient to take car of this Hem morning ( ity En.ln.Kook

$\ t which permits the President to'' Tueadayrr The special. school district taste Moat of the plant out berm al- has "been hUo lit)In. lot th.' tlrld !
real., or lower any duty 60 per sent A. r Camp horticulturist of are the big Item now h* ...Id."It ready set fruit and some of the One of the goal posts ham b.dxcoratxd .'eta
,iftcr inviwtlcatlani aid hearingsSkokie the head experiment station. under w* continue to let our share fruit to more than half mature by with the Miami Dm .II
>*.'n conducted by tb* tariff whose supervision Dr. Wolfe will of the rut tat w* can look for now"' Mr. Iteffael aald "..... rain color while the other mrrUw the. I
Commission. work, will aocompany the new director taxes In Dad County to get lowet alone would hate given the general combined color of Hedlantf .nut
'The President can '0 tip' Or, here and bring the slanting and lower. each year," mid MrLunimu development an Impetus. but HonioatoadToarh ,

t (untlnu4 on paOIl) pin for the local nation aa worked *. the cool weather will held ba..II'' (" 1I1t.rl".14 Onn ')", -
Out'by the landscaper and other offlcUla .II The .colorant tax la the only the vine and conserve
growth of i (Continued on page twelve) '
ot the Galneevllle experiment state tax levied with the countytax strength for devNellmest of the 1
eta ion. Th* exact data of and It I. hoped that the. nest fruit."
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MRS. .OWEN 'VlLtGIVE their arrival la In doubt, a* It I* fotlaUrur will find a substitute
Present Indication are that to-
not know whether they will cam* for this, Mr Uummtt MId. WALKER CALLED. f
matoe wilt begin maturing about
Direct or visit other experiment l'reperty'Trds Moo. assessed lower
HER ANNUAL Nov. II, Recording to Mr. meffanLHe
stations and paints of agricultural this year with the object of making I
eetlmate that there are easily FOR NINTH YEAR
Interest *n, rout r the ataetitnrnt *o fair a* to juolU I
REPORT OCT. 18: Dr. Wolfe will rank a* a*..,catehorticulturist. fy the payment of all tests Uvld.avntyflv .. 1.000 acre of early tomatoes f
planted In the territory from Ftr-
Before aoeeptlnghi per tent of the taxes BY CIIURCIIIIEKE
rise aoulh Amen the larger
I poet hero, he wits professor ot on acreage Vouth of Miami la unpaid
Kerr of Perrlne. Hen
planter are
Congresswoman Gets Aid! plant pb.lo\qty.1 the (7nlvrltyot today Mr Lunimu mid, and
denon of Princeton and lual-
Wet Virginia and prior to that the low awMMnwnt la Intended to
Two Mayors for whit of Homestead, each with ,00 Baptists During Ministry -
pf .
ho ,.*. a member o.th* plant I make It possible for title land Mbo .
Meeting Here phyelology department of the L'nl- put back on the Income producing Betook and McCHmmon ot Perrinowith of Pastor

varsity of Chi..... H* wont baali. The tax aaaeaaor b*. f. acre
Ruth Bryan Ores will make heraocond abroad this summer to attend the llve that the taxe should be put ow meftaal to lkwkwstMe. i The Rev r, K Walker of the

annual report to the people International botanical" ..",r." within the ability of the owner to Bteffonl who will leave "...1 rims Baptist Church we* jUieoT to
ot Homestead, Florida City aid held In London In Iuly, and ho ah pav and then payment should b* urday might for OalnMvlH t* attend big all Fear of etrvlo In Hom'

R dl.nd on Saturday, Oct. II la rmard toured Europe, and made a enforced H* spoke *t the plan *, annual oonrrnc of 1 lead when the eoogregatUa of .r
the auditorium the Homestead advanced I.b dnvonttratlo the ekurch a>*t Wednesday Mightfor
I special study of the agricultural for offering atata owned county and homo >
Grammar avhool In letters written > collage and experiment stations Of land, acquired bf Oat for d.lln- agenta Oct. -It., will go the annual election of Aster. ,

Ita WaeMngton and received i pain and Italy, where frulu .\ quest tazet,, thm..4", *.oCe4UAUe4 -OR the air over elate radio nationWRUr The pt eight year have pees
ken this ....It.taf ro',uet.d they liar to these Frown; by-" Florid arc ( M lag Jiv> Tuesday afternoon at litl hugh strides made by tile chorchTbree -
y operaUon of the mayor of produced. \ I.O'clock Jilt subject will be "The hundred and aevtaty .eventeatben
Florid City and "om....ed In arranging Vader the direction ef Leonard v... of Chemicals In Growing V.,-, hove been yonolkod Into
,tho meeting, and both of.llctale Toy ouperlntendaBt It *oro Of Magazines for School ruble in Dad County." The k>- the church-III bf Uptlern Aunday

bane signified their reatlDOM tile experiment station plot on Subscribed by Rotes i cal county agent will tell of domontratlun school building nesting
to do *o. Dr. J. B. Tower, Waldln drl.... **-rolW'tb mil west ,. conducted with mangan ItMdt has boom built work I*
chairman of the local school trustees of Redland road, has been plantedto Rotary Club will ee* and other plant food In this now being done .. palntlnc/ the
said that the School auditor.; cover "erepo'crUlrla and submarine :r.-** ma Mlne, each I district where the soil la Mloaroou outside of the church'" piano
Into would bo at Mr*. Owcn'i pigeon pea*-to preserve ands- for the Homestead *ad Rdla4ocjMiot and therefore different from the ar* being made I* paint th* In-

pervlce on that date. erase the fertility of the soil nntlt 111I......... Thin aetloa WM. molls In other part .f the .eat. .Id*.
Effort to reach )In. Owen by Its planting program I* etarted.Mr voted by the club after hearing Station WRIT has recently bee Numerous club and circle hv
telephone and telegraph al her' Toy ha* already collected that each of the Wheels most have boos formed around the bKb
and It la hopedthat ,
given more power
Coconut Grove residence slicked number of ornamental for the "' book and II anagaalno In lu cal radio listeners be There are more them (At bole and
may
the liiforniatlon that She to Kill In' landscaping and apexlmea' plants library, to be on the accredited last able to hear Mr. Rteffoeil In oplte girls enrolled In tbe four B. T. P.lt's .

VVaahlnfton or .* the way to Florida for the fruit. variety planting They and that each school wa* UoktnfIn of competition from Inn Miami, alone
are la. the otatton plot foul awatt4mg this refl.ulren\r? ilallona.BAHIIHW. 1 Startling results were obtained
In making annual] report to herconxltuonl,1 arrival of the BOW director and Tko attendance contest which, whoa William MuaMlwhUe, eeere.

: Mr*. Owen la kwplag the planting plans.POULTRYMAN faded lt week abacif per tary of"th* Baptlet Sunday shoot
STAY t'1-OMUJ
a campaign pledge ht which she' --- teal attendance for the Red and compared but Sunday .nn4 mid It would be ker pleeeure to II M HXTKDN. : It per test for the Blue The. with tht.or tile year befcr Not t
give t yearly accounting of her Blue are rtn-duled. to stags '* Today all stores but barber tingle: Pool was protest set Sunday
stewardship M congressmen of the R. Mebrhot.extension pool- feed and swimming party for the .hop* Were open a* October 1 ft year ago while 117 Demos were
T dlftrlct,' tryman from QalBmvtn. I* touring Reds at the reddtnc of Rotarian marked the end of the Thursday present Wet &radsy. The matter '
Florida foAM year aho spoke to .1 the county giving! euUlnr. d.mtyp-j Luther Chandler In Sliver Palm half-holiday* for this un OIl", w** sassy jrptained when H warn
erg del . In !Homestead tratlona and round table dleii*. Tueedar night at T o'cbMk. .. Th I[merTh*, barber abvpo who** dJevr that I.M Baaday ono
Rod .verywshe mud Iter reTpef lone on poultry diseases aait feeding I club again divided Into two estate I dally and ItatunUy hour Me a lit year ago was the day ant r thhurutau <' s a(

silo 'wa3rr..,Kfd with entr -1 tie to expected In the hlbtk- title week by .1'.1.' .. lots, for tie longer than theee of other' buaIneM ,' *n'I Mat in oat people
.i f4.m for th.. n uric th* had' t.rn part o' the ounly on (>clor nmttwr contest ID last until, Jan have derided tn uo..tlnu<, wire r.'in flnj ir)?'H while ih "/....

don In ih. "10'' i t'i,if .h* h. I ..'r ir hut the pji,." ha" not bdl.'M -'.n I I flat) 1 Mill i turk y ,ltnn..r UP the their Thursday half.dy closing ".r vtii ...11 1 il 1. 1"1).11", a.
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Two THE HOMESTEAD LEADER Thursday, October 2, 1930 I'
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JOXKTH REMIt 'tarvgvtSISnTYFIRST ; ,:
Howard L. Johnson returned K spending the week In Miami '

Saturday from a vb.lt In Athena, Beech. )f.... Murphy who had been ; YftAB 'I

Ga. on a ten-day" trip to Waahlngten' J The WMtotk. birthday annlvet,,

In and Around'Rotneslead I D c.. and other eaoternpoint* Uoxpwtrd 1 wary of Joseph Leech was cicbrs*.'

Mr and Mrs Charles foster ofNsw homo tomorrow.Mra. ed Monday by friends and ri'lsdye*
I whe'gathtu'ed to ice him at till
York, causing or E: R. Woob-
bury. will arrive this week e" .. J. Uyche spent Tuo-. home ef his daughter-ln. retry,

a vlalt. day at her k.me en it' IaDeI road, Minnie Leach, where he reeld1

__ j I 'Tha hostew was aislnted by hst'daughter

Mrs. Ben Archer, ..
Mra CirceStewart ss.
Simon and
and Mrs I.
Mrs. L. E. Bandy
Mr. and
her niece Mis"
f Male Robinson ef
.. are bualneea vlfltor! |n,Miami
children, Margrvttav Ad lbre "nd Ransom Kane. .
i
.... J:. Jr. of Miami were guest of today
I Other present. were: the lu,'.
Mr and x... W. D. Wheeled tend the annual Florida state
Mr and Mrs. O."to. Llnkenhoker '
were visitor I* Homestead today I camp meeting of the Church ofei Redland M. K. and Mr* J. W. Johnson, Mr and
Following Mr. Wh..leek' God whleh will be held there Oct Monday afternoon The choir or the and ,Mrs E. J. Rhode, Mr. tad tin

mint a* warden .t Royal Palm 1-11 church has been reorganlaed B F. Collier Mr. and M,.. R. w, '
Ruth
State Park early this summer they) Mr. and Mrs. C. W. McCorkl winter work he* begun. Inn Mulllna Mr and Mrs. 110\Id Husband r

and their niece, Elliabeth- Hampton I )f.... W. E.-:: Rheney was the of Tampa, nephew and nleee NO-1 I Tldwell who chorus ha* sung four In the White I* anew Mr*. Ma Schweltaer. Mrs I

automobile M. Bridges, and Mrs. J. B. Temple yeor .J, M. Dobbin.. Mr. Lucy Clinton.
t( Bradenton. mad an guest of her ter-ln-law.! Mr*, t: member, "
four that took them to the OrCanyon. < Rheney, In Miami Tueeday.Mra Corkl I of Sabring,4"1o sister, were 1 I' ; M.... J. H. Simmons Sire Robert ,

Tosemlto National Park, guest ol Mr Mr*. Bridge Grleeuach Mayor B. H. Edward,):.

California and Mexico. After Mabeeneo Monday.Mr. Mir. Halite McNeil who I I. connected Bel Archer and Loiter Archer,
Frank Rue and Mrs. Jim '
N0.I10n.l'Sanlt
the Pint
j with Mr. Leach' great grandson '
of three month they arrived
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, back In Miami Monday. Yeas will attend the Jut of a '.. and Mra. deV.tW. Smith and of Mfaml and )(.... Lent
rise at sewing leeeon Friday given Loiter Wade and afternoon at the
children, Evelyn .pent Sunday
frlondi
! where they are visiting AID MJKUTS: WITH
pending selection of their permanent by a sawing machine company In Huber, are expected t. return October home ot...,.... Clna Stewart In Red- URS. HACOMJIERMembers .

domicile.L. Miami (il ilM. II from Advance, N. C land. ef the September com-':
have been the
where they spending
i ..*. Thomas B. Cheney who mattes of the Ladles' AId X.....<
rammer.Mrs,1
Frank Wood ot Redlundvu
B. Ian.Ig.on-/a1.w/ ef Mr, ha* been seriously til with ptomaine Mra. Fred Henn Mr* Roy Chanttle and.

and Mr*. J), P. Harknn. wag I poisoning this week la ".j C. M. Harrow has recovered a. bualneee. visitor" In MltmlWednoaday. Mrs. Lloyd Delta; wera'iponsor' ot''
brought back today from the Jack lawn and wiener 4
covering rapidly.! i from slight Illness. a party roast at
son Memorial hospital where he recently a t .-.,:- _......__.w__. the Henn home Friday evening. i

underwent an. operation I Mra J. M. Bonds; :11 ro. I. E. Ig] Jim L Vann and- Helton Lett? are FLORIDA CITY Those present spent a plea**...,,

Hla rendition la Improving a little felt Mr*. R. T. Burr of Oould doing jury duty In Miami this ....- evening and enjoyed roasUnf.jwelnera

and Mr*. J. M. Holferty of South ... over A hugs bonfire
M. Argellk who ha* been III atthe
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lAllapattalt Garden attended I.
J'IO'Ih08pltal le recovering.Mr. '
Macon Robert left. Sunday for meeting of the P.-T. A. council Mr. and Mr*. Joe King returned PINOCHLE PARTYAT

Itoerfleld. Fla.. where he will Monday afternoon atbatral! from Texas Sunday.Mra. V KHKITU.IJ: HOME
Mn. It Grave
and J. returned -
visit U J. Patterson for a wk.G School In Miami. I
Wednesday of last week i M,. and Mr. Harold Sheffield,]

Allen and Miss Mabel Allen I from Foley, Ala, where they spent 'entertained at pinochle at tlwlij
..e. Murray of Gould has sold Mil Ann Polk resumed her du. 'of )Miami accompanied Mrs 'Allen' I a week attending to 'I' homo Thursday evening, Playing

his Interest In th*Quit station to ties a* stenographer for County grandson, Robert Carter to Biers their return ),fro. worst Mr. and Mrs. Wn. Meyer,

Howard Kirk. His plans for th* Agricultural Agent C. H. Steffanl Homestead Monday. Mr. Carter been III much of the. time.Mr bu.ln..1 I Mr. and Mra. Roy Chandler lit .

future are not definite yet. and the Redland District Chamberof who has ben visiting his father, I and Mr. Harold Sheffield Mimi .'

Commerce yesterday after an Dr. W. J. Carter, since he was discharged May Robinson and Char lea Clin
absence *f several. month., pent at and Mrs Wm. Meyer and i i
week
from the navy a
Mr. and Mra Clarence Roberta )(.... J. M. Dobbin visited Mr* ton.
the home of her brother In Texaa.Mra. .I
ago plan to leave soon for Chi
announce the birth eta pinepounddaughter Gertrude B. Fuller at her Miami I

Julia May born Sunday, cago.
Ruth, Henry of Miami who homo Sunday. They report that

Sept tt at the Flak hoipltal. has been visiting Mr*. Belma Roll M,. and Mrs.-Joe. Mason and C. Mr*. Fuller la ,atnadlly: recoveringfrom 1 I 1
the serious Injuries she receUed r A
and children left Sunday nl.ht.Mr W Abele ot Miamiwere visitors
Word has been received here In in automobile wreck In
of Principal L. B. summers ,oeter.
that Ray L. Memos, former Homestead *. Claudia Anderson who basbeen day. June

High School teacher and III at the Hunt hospital will ,I

coach, la now profewwr>> el health leave Saturday.Miss Mr. and Mrs. R. Harold Kennedy Ijoul faille to recoveringrapidly .
'
education In the George Peabody' ef Miami pent Wednesday. at the from hr recent attack of

College for Teachers. After leav- Oorl Patch daughter of homo of Mra.Xennedy'jparepts.! appandlcltl" I I

Inn Homestead' he luperlntendedDad ; :Mr. Mary Fetch has been 111 this Mr. and Mrs.. J.' V. 'Da v.., \

<"oiant, school building program week, ..... :. ;
which Included the buildingof '. ... .-- 1 ,Mr*. J. W. Tamlyikwlll *p *k at SPECIALSUeotl

Mis* Mildred Patterson spent the t o'clock In the Fre Methodlit ,
Miami' million dollar high
Fred Dunn arrived Monday front week-end In Coral Gables with her Church.
school. Later he got bin M. A. d*. Cuthbert. Oa. to take over the sister, Mrs. Wlllt Tassel. I ( for On Mr-rfc)

tree at Peabody and bit Ph. D. business Interests represented by BEEF
The Rev. J. W. Johneon will *c, 25
Columbia University.Mrs.
dt".t his brother T. E. Dunn, who wa M.... F R. Stutaman of Coral STEAK lb. C
Hamon I* the former Mine I company the Rev. E. L Getmanto ..
transferred I* Miami. Gables visited her mother, Mrs. .
Florence Pollard who taught In his Kay Large charge, to aaalat BEEF
Thomas B. Cheyney, Saturday. She In the afternoon cert Ice* Bun 15
Homestead tea year Hugo Vlhlen Of Gould left theFlok 'left Tuesday with her twin niece day. ROAST lb ...... C

hospital Sunday where he had Gen Annabel and Joan Audrey SMOKED QA
ilr and Mr. Charles Owensplan
been recovering from an
to leave for a month In Leerburg ties for appendicitis opera Cheyney. Mir Will Chandler and Miss SAUSAGE, Ib. OUC

a* soon a* ...... Owen la able Lillian Blackburn ot Miami pont
Dr. and )fro, M. D. Hartman and PIG
the week-end with Mr. and Mr.
the She I* suffering 20
make trip
to Mr. and Mr 0. .. Qault and C
who arrived
daughter Henrietta,
from nervous breakdown.Tha Roy Chandler LIVER, lb ........
a Mra. Oault'a Water. 11"". J. Thomas Saturday from Memphis. Tsnn., J

Venn, returned Sunday evening ...11I11.. In the Dunwoody residenceIn
L. B. Mr. .
Misses Francis and Amelia Bommera and Mr*
from a alx-week trip to point Porvenlr C. A. Field'sSANITARY
Fllshrugh of Felda Fla.. cousin of In the Lake Erie region and In Henry Breoker Jr., of Homeateadand j l ;
Ml Monteee Pacettl are her Mr*. .Lotty Miller were niyrti
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uollt.. -Tb* former "Wilt-au.. all Virginia. Mr. aitd Mrs. Newt O. Ball were at a dinner party given Sunday by MARKET
,
winter and attend Homestead high guest of Mr. and Mr*, J:. A. Enols -, Mayor and II.... B. H.'Edward
Otl Brannon, nephew of Mr*. Sunday,

school. J. K. WJiltaker, arrived Saturday
I R. B. Chandler of Atlanta 1*
night from Lyons Oa, to aaalat In "
Mr*. Greene Rive*-who bas been the Wbltaker (tor*. REDLANDFrank visiting at the homo of-hla brother TF ANYBODY HAM

III at the Hunt hospital will return ,- and eliter-ln-law. Mr. and LoraRoy Married

to her hem Sunday.Mr. Mr .and dies, W( E. Buwy.Ml King ha been confined to Chandler Divorcee,

MrsH.or ** Ruby Bune/ of Miami and his bed, ,by Illness the put few .. Left town.Had
and S. DuBois Cleveland Lawrence were dinner All Inn are Invited U Join the n fire,

and their two children at Jupiter,j guests of )I.. and Mrs..Albert Bur days. r. mtn't Bible el.bleb will beorganalaed told a f.roll.
arrived In Homestead Tuesday to at the Community Been arrested
ey Sunday. Mr*. Kenneth K. Clark and son. ;
spend a, week or two with Dr. and Church at 10 a. m. Sunday Been your guest
King, of Coconut Palm drive art
Mrs. J. B. Tower, parent .. Mr*. Left you a fortune
The Mleeea Adelle and Etell pending the week In Washington, att.-;;
Those
DuBols.Mra. the business Bought a. new home,
Jones arrived Monday night fromNaahvlII D. C.
\ meeting of the.. Ladle Aid #* the Mil with an aocldmt.
*, Ga.. where they have
H. B. Conner, Miss Voncell home o( ),(r.. Wm. MacamberVtdneedny Swiped your chicken ,
been visiting Mr. and Mra/Celeyl Mil Nand Simons who I* In
Conner and Mn. B. C. Murphy left I afternoon Included: Elected new officer, ,
Jones their brother and eiwer-ln- training at the Jackson Memorial
thin morning for Callahan Fla.< *' Mrs. John Rohrer. Mr. R. W. Qrftnhted a hew club, t
law. Hoiplul In Mtaml. spout Wedm .
Mra Murphy will stop over In I IJaeksonvtlle MulMn*, Mr*. W. W Severy.Ur THAT'S NEWSPhones.
where she will visit I Ir--:: day with her P.rea'an silver Robert Qrlebach. Mr. E. &I. k'
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Mr. and ) relnrnedlaet Palm drive
her sister Mra Glen Pollard and I week .frem Hot fprlng Ark., I Famblys Mra, i. M. Dobbin, Mrs.Lacy .

Mr. May Watcher, She will later Clinton tea Brandrouf and
where they had t been staying on W. A. Murphy of Waldln drive
Mr I
J. W. Johnaoo.
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go to ( ..na".. where she will visit Wtavnt of Mr. Doyle nealtlt.Mr ,


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Urn J. Sannrlll has e* visitor* I
Mr.
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her father, C Ghana and Mrbrotherinlaw 53
brother and ter-ln-law.. 3 "frs IH iintM I* a power that ==
Mr. and
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and aleter. Mr.' B. J. BraiMh. IIr..eb'.1 lift a man higher than material 8 '
Mra O. Genesis from New York "
r "; it la a benediction upon
CIt,. Her nephew and nleoe. Mr blot."

and Mr*. U ,'...on, and their 5 f C "

daughter are other members of John B. Tower, M, 0. We serve with a steadfast purpose, with prof es = .

the .
party.'The --- ', i-R.it == sional skill, with appreciation of the perplexities of ,

Rev W. O. UOM. his brO>lh. :+, PHONE |. others -an4with<< understanding. ,. .... e;
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er. Ralph Moon, an* jr. H. l PMoon : 1 J l'
hit today for Fart Js>.de. t,> .1. i e : 4, ,
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Thursday, October 2, 1930 THE HOMESTEAD LEADER Paiyo ThreeHomqestCxd ,

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Specials For Friday and Saturday


TOMATO SOUpRJTll '21C ,


Self Kislnjr-White Ring 12 Lit. IRISH COBBLERS 10 LBS. 2 CANS FOR
FLOUR S9c POTATOES. 3Sc tuna Flakes 29c
SUNMAII SEEDLESS PKG. 3 LARGE CANS FOR TALL CANMILK 10 FOR89c
RAISINS lOc TOMATOES 25c

,. Whit House Qt.Vase Jar Maxwell House or
VINEGAR 19c COFFEE Del l\lonte-Lb. 36c ,\'

CANS RITTER'S CANS THE SPEED SOAP 2XG.PKGS.
I Pork & Beans 25c SPAGHETTI 25c SELOX 2Sc ;:

10 POUNDS FOR ji
V.Soa.' SpecialSizc21|C SUGAR 55c'j':

Bread and Butter-Faning Lg.Jar CAW 3 CANS FOR 2 FOR i,,
PICKLES 23c DOG FOOD 29c JELLO 15c Ii

8 LB.BUCKET HEINZ #11!
VEGETOLE $1.15.RiCE FIakcs 2 Packages 23 I,

Produce MEat DEPal'1111E111 i''
ONIONS 3 POUNDS 15e BUTTER PER POUND 4ge :

APPLES rPOUNDS 38e CHEESE FULL PER.POUND CREAM 2ge !
CARROTS 3 BUNCHES 25c ;
'BANANAS.3 lbs. 14e BACON SLICED-POUND 37e I

Sweet Potatoes G BS.hNOR 25e Lamb Roast PER POUND 25c


(PLAINORSELF.RlSING)

_B7.lLL1-IAD'S 61b.bag $ .37

THE ONLY SOUTHERN FLOUR WITH
"GOOD HOUSEKEEPING- 121b. bag .65


OBELISK fLOYR2411bag 1.25

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rae Four THE HOMESTEAD LEADER Thursday, October 2' 1930



4BEHOHESIEAD LEADEfl Unemployment and Taxation You Can Afford Home Costing


. t PoMUIml Ttiuredaya at HomeM BT HTKPHrN
..wt II*., by the South Dado Pub- lip oterhe4 Stotlsan IIInJrkot-'ter cropping up upon the After -(< Advises Financial ExpertNew

....."' ., Coxltaeeererd Congress with ever lnce iln. tI*... ..
-- ... .--- '*[* ex' knoweta his .owner and quency The Tearly Meeting el I I -- .

."':\1 Aiicai. ;n.............__JWita the ass Mi mailer1 crib; but my Friend, hid this minute from I York o.t.No young log a noun at 1100 a month nod

-- ---- people do not knew; Israel Seth one of its subordinate mecilngi J I couple should attempt to buy a paying for fuel and water, pays

acrondi cUuiIt IItIIC1M net eon.ldefAftor ." laid before It for ealdatlufriWe ,,home until they are ready to par out tU.M over the 11-year
Jens ini *( the pout oft t'. III
VoflMMead, ITa. under the net .(. all la said and don. the believe thai the tMn hat down nt leant IS >pr cent el the parted The elite. buying a home

Marvk a, ItllHttt matter of government reeolve Rams com when Friend. iheilUt reelliHhow eoadt- I t coat M sash, warn Wlaard K. Don and tot valued] M |M.4.. with a
the
greatly: changed .'
hats the matter el taxation preeldent ef the Metropolitan |J,t,e caan payment tan pay off
PRICE. ....., A yua Then to t certain- burden (e be tone ef for tlwM have 111(11'1".01 'League ton el Paving, end Loan Aioclatlm mortgages with Interact, uses. ra.
._. I th.,1I.eI and the misery of en-I
-- Ill carried, It to null possible to shift *. pair fuel water and insurance at
i employment; that our teneeleiweehould
THE MIST, PEa this burden entirely onto or entirely be doaCh Ire t* this failure I F Nor should a family attempt. I* a total payment of til.... thus

: ff ot. certal claaee Humannatur buy a home wigs* tort .. mere' owning-* horn at It et et only
of eofte hail,. and d""I.f
1ft. beauty In Wyemmt. when being what It I*. we can reef Chrtotbt Monte end thai w. aheuM I I.tilts three time the multi of the II.l.l morn Chad the first bas paidIn

irrigated alfalfa I. virtually n assured that the burden will becarried [fatally annual Motion. advised rent
now commit enrwrvea, a1 Individ*
off *our ef honey. the afrtrttturef frf Wet etaa*. or ctaieea Whoa rgl..tlon
Dontfth *
i> sale and a* e* ..1'11I......, to an 11"1
department placed, some that give the matter the leant con effort to abomtft this evil WHIch berl "....t. tM iMjerlty ef ow. WILUSQe
Ideretlon Which la why the tell borne M Be fw TOM a was 1111"" ."." and Mkempt .
IIlv"M mllee from the ...,.at Shall be sustained .rtf ISO *nd to built
at the head of Into column Insists r palifed wreck ef niM
lI.h.'." TRIM K n WAS etrae M.." a Te ,
nectat ...,pl}'. The bee mad open the lmp rtam. Of eonetderaItoii .eoom I hel. notified under normal otfcunuUnce J.[ "Ton *>e brought Her," said 1h*
letdedwlfn Put mte the modern **raarwlar "When JPriendr let theta"lwaagainst for Intoxication"
da" trips to th* tlfalM, ra planning t* buy and Judge sternly.
> honey. sod returned Pine the tn stop some the idea human slavery, thy. sought pay for a til.000 home, Ucludlnf',(t Thanka your tenor Ton' tin
that even a jackass known upon first te tear their owl membership nertodf begin new/''Florida OrewerBtralght .
the of ground ht a
ttii bees flew this dlrtanc* regvtaf eeat .
Wftlen aide his broad la buttered ef ..."*-holding _.MI.I
10 te It ..r*.'
ly. the department aplculturiatiajewm ".u* My people to not know. they ce-peratit with ether M Ta Illustrate y the ftnaMtof advantages .I I Front tit Rhmiklcr bAsked
hey might fly ant farther .I
Which la Net tee bad eliminating K team the .unt., ef buying ef bundingone1 to pray for warm weather 5
K (MWeeearrFlying That prated _mal a good and
theme aurteen.mil* trip A* ft matter of course the producer _." home M tppoied W reatlng M that her grandmother'<< rheumatlim >
for in to follow fI
however some bee fall to return uses a P" good bit of his the expert preeent table showing might BM away. a .-

home because sand norms overtake tun and energy and thinking pow There to on. thing to be aald efa. ,the expenditure* Of Iwo famllle* year old girl knelt and maid:

headwlnda Impede er1 M, production: *MI the nan problem to which the reloads living en the eame scale ever aPeriod "Oh. Lord please make It hot for
them *r
them Under such flying rondl. producer bas mere time, eaorgy devote their attention, Havingdeelded t ef II year. The' end rent- grandma"
honeytons and thinking power 10 devote to -. after' mature deliberation.
ef
tlon a single pound to eel their teeth In It will I
the problem *f way sad maanawhereby they
repreeent approximately,300 hang en until It !. a problem nlonger l
he continue to "let 'TfiaiJe for
1 1 trips of Sixteen miles eachr may you 1 ( ( "
The question la fairly b*- et
(Ueorg da It. BO, the load get can't ,
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> nearly 101.to* Milan ef flight by I the turlurigUnclae
ton
shifted from Ita proper center ef country hear.
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gravity. and Put clvlllaatlona hat Mow TAXATION I* tile one and
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let It shift so fat thai the foundations I only threat which can be> .applldte .
ANTI/ KEEP t'o\\'a
gave war and the whole question ot civil government.Ruppoee .

Ants keep herd of ".....*." work have tumbled Into total for Initanca,, that we pass Olgafht
wrecker tow providing that henaea wttfc
They pant field el rice. I
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two chimney shall b* taxed
and reap them, hive Horn day a people will CONSIDKR "
OUUIv&t'l
their children and live In then we .hI It enter upon a double. How many houses with

ganMed titles, Royal olden age. when, little childrenwill two Chimneys would you eT And, ,
grew. unhampered by nit environment en the ether hand, suppose that ear r I e't
In I
,,"* 1tIot. declare' In an article
and old men will walk eie'mnt heuoe* with we chimneys
the America Magaalne. Been. he 1,
'I without from tasatto What e lot et two 1
down the weetent Mop. i
add ere often* Intemperate. In- /4l.'r
chimney houses weuld appear *!-
dufoe In brawl and are rescued the dread tpectr et dependency
.! .I dotting heir foot.atepa.Juet most at onset!
front the gutter by the sober ,
moist in the hive now tM wise men of tkaatkm TM taxation juetle alwayi i4L' Igl fiar

Th* "coo," Vixen eiplalna an are endeavoring |tf fled I wear a grim ..,..,.. K louche

1._ creature such a* pant lies soma way: to stem the current ofunemploymentwhlcH the moat sensitive heroin In the

I and the fact that ant "oewb y." tier .......i human bedy,-the packet nerve

herd and protect them mites them will swerve the ship of state Into Right now we have a proportion et paw cyre,

difficult to exterminate in'the .ar.dn perilous water. We find the metOHIO'S looters a. In Florida to impose I W

The cowi are stroked PALE TAX Why t Be that people .. and ybti Ii
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by the ant when they are herded E"ttt TIFTH: I In the community who are active It bear mw .

barn to the ant bills at night unto production will carry more of the

They wield) drops ef food fee the load and *e that people (a few
i10A
Jacksonville. Oct t.-Th* Juice r
young Human being *..y* flxnhave people, moat Of them ne M the I
(lom .tI..at.d only 10 anlmala, ef half a lemon and a half pint ef community) who denim to hold II,

whir ant have domesticated bun orange Juice one *r twice a day: land Idle, can dO K It lea oipenx
than they do now And, fONsiDer r
drmfk ef other IneecU form the experimental part of a'' I
The naturalist found that hntipreiMir. when you hold LAND Idle. you
I diet being used by Dr Milton:
.' bed of fermented grass hold ARM Idle The SALfS' TAXto

in thrtr r.i,orts and In those false Theodore Hank, pathologist of the a tax on employment It might i

mushroom opreute. In another I Mho 0 A. Sprague Memorial. In- b. e good plan to let your repreentatlvee

c.-.... A,. ,amt upon a rice patch In attute! of Chicago who |. leadIng know that you have considered PtY.oseH / n

which not H weed .pp.,,.... It was the Dental Research Club of this matter r

far from other rice fields and erldvntfy -'th.l.city M a fight against tile decay

had been planted by ChI of teeth caused from soft iAV MOM. OlDJA ftEE THAT

....tIAtll" ht the1 aeaaon plxonMy spongy or Inflamed fume; from BOX WIT THC UTTLPpicruae

the. ante climb the ripened trench mouth and from pyorrhea, pluG rte 4- cur 10 IT U41.!

stalks and threw down the ,rain.f according to the article, "A New wftoe Toe GEORGE SCUT: Me mOM .

which were carried eft and stored! Red of Death righting" from the SAM "ILL P..RI' I t
j of Saul d Ill appearing In o'o
sway by other worker I pen *
DID I'T GMT
Mesa found half ef a warm el; s late tome ef the Ladle Home
bee Intoxicated from a sweet Journal, says the Florida Plate T4 AWYWA ilr I

Wino they make for themwlvea Chamber ef Commerce

"and brawling la their hive, Dubei', Extensive experiment carried

been were drafting away the In- en by U r. Hanke and his aadaunta. !

texlrated on... Crtiketa are hen the article Male with IS persons

peclid the nauraluit left and showed a marked Improvementwith

when they mat. the female brooks I many ours where tIN dltpreeerlbed la eVESCIAt

the wing of the male ae he can by the physician eras

make no mere flirtatious nolee. carried eut.Wblle .
Th natutarlal" deetare that I N
lemon and oran juice
apldere relegrapha by stringing ,
a
formed but a part ef the diet need
web and plucking It. and tinxk
upon .
: In the experiment. says the a I
curse. aft Insect found Ir
thor they represented. the real ee.perlmenlal .
Front,. brOAdcaat nieaMgvt from I:1
part M no doctor had
antennae. growing out Of Ito head
ever, preetrlbed Orange Julc In
-o. ,nob e.unItl before. It'YexJ
rut 11111 ToutMinim AImv0
I The tHeery tfelnonetraMd by the

experiment, which are etlll II,-

When Oscar-Jones. the farmer I' lag carried en to aarertaln results Q.,,"fHe GAVC rt TO TH& tZ '

I ef time Will MINISTER ADMIQEOrte
ever longer period
died, lie had a herd ef Mventeeneew
In big will be provided that that It to the met ef vitamin C CM"I i tit;C ON Wt Pr GEE W4112$

bin wife should ft one.half the; not heretofore suspected at belnfneceeaary rt160 MUCH WMCAJHE T4.AT BOX% 601 ALL
for strong teeth and WAS HEfZ."nJO GQASS'HOCPt.O 511V'
bard, big daughter one.third, and My
Mr mot ene-ninth. |I good gums, that" la reeponalble for AfJO 1 AVE 'T COCK-RQACiES tie rf lr

The dmlalntrator were puaaled,, Iheee mouth dtaeeae and net the 1110 641114Al
i Urn 1I'ern..01 accepted theory
divide the'berg
now could they possibly
according to the will? On ef; that they were rowed by microbes

the Men.-e. shark at .tbellleU"1 While erange Juice baa been pus- .

finally Ml upon the following scribed by many famous and prom

plan |I Want phyalrlan for Ito health

1"tomhborln.. farmer heborrwed properties. earl: the state chamber e

on eowthat mad"' ef commerce, this. I*' the first

the herd eighteen Then he gave printed record et f) en experiment 1 1I
widow where It has been, recommended
.ne,half. er nine to the ; I
!..-thlrd.. or eU to the daughter; far ctrentthvnu the teeth add *

sad "wte ninth er two, W the Pots remedy for trench mouth and oth.

The total was vnten, watnh er dlwa* at the mouth ruttherMpertmew

left Iran cow I* the herd. He" ra.!' bad th* rewlte withiang I

turned this pow te the selghboe' Juto* M the 1I"401'.t! '

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Thursday.- ,erY.October Y 2, 19S0 r _THE: HOMESTEAD: LEADER r..r rra Y.rrrY..r..rr.ewrrYa.rYYYY.rY.a. Pasre Five i

4-H Girls to Exhibit Handcraft Work Sunday School to Give I oration by comniunjlrni, I
TAXES CUT 32% "If there err JBJ- duurbb&.. I"
Itomotlon Program
I Day ,
this room, p.M'"> .t(\.d WtfiAlter
At All-Day Meeting in Miami Oct. 18 a alight pence Jt into ,
BY COUNTY IN Sunday la promotion day for the
-- tt, w, a Sunday helical at the White flunechwrok. stood up.'Jimmle,

Dad County 4-H dirk will holdan are at present It local loader pi The follawlag program ; ., do you ron.l.ler fourIf -t! ,

THIS SECT10FContinued all day meeting. Oct. It at the 4-H work In Bade county." will been at I:III, Opening i hymn, dumbbell' the teawlwraak n,
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Bcotttob Rite Temple In Miami 4-H girls Mia Norton aara,.art Doxology; ong. ''fIt1Io.Joann Game "V' teacher. ,. sold Jlramle, ',..1 j
from one) All the girls *f the county betweel taught the following thlntM Into My Heart;" responsive reading -
( pap exactly, but I hated to We youlanding d
that It could be put back on the the. ate of it and II are Invited to 1. To make the brat batter. and prayer; assembly of Classes alo. ." American
all e -
tax roll of the county and state. attend and inspect tire handcraft I. To loara to preside well at, for report and oollccfoa: ... .. Boy :'

Th* personal property. tax to the work *f the summer club rlrl" business meetings and U speak inpubllo. Miss Ann Polk: eserel.**. Harvey

Wont Hu OB tho program 111. which will be on exhibition at this Rue. Paul Russell, Rex Faust and LILIES 11OW0131i ".
Lnmmu 0&14. It bas always boom time Doblar. Nelbery selection by harmonica PI-A-IT
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.. T* encourage girls In the **. .l:4In'ER
in the'law bat never enforced. until During September and October orchestra; some, primary
mualty |o enroll. ta 4-H club, Oalnwtvlll, ria, CM. >.-ttaeterUly
.,. lost years. effort w** wad t. the work for the WOW will bortanlied. < and brglnncn partMntt aong.llrtng .
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To win without bragging and bulbs planted la late ilepteaa"ber
enforce It but this year the tall Plan are being md I Them In: selection Junior
collector kM bee called o. to by Win lanky Norton. Menu leee without quaUnt. department: address, pastor] rpn"- and early October should b*

make a stronger effort to onforeit Demonstration ....... to exhibit I. To live la keeping. with what onUtnri of promotion card by the In bloom for the Faster MaaoA. ..- e"

article mad by the "club at the the four If* In the '-71 Club In- uperlntendenli. norclao. In term.. cording to Harold Mowry, associate

Mr Lummue called attention tithe county court homes In )l1.ml'on alrna mean. dlat department! benediction. horticulturist with the Florid Ello ;

fact that Dad County !. now llatu"' .,,, frlae will be awarded, .. T. follow wllllndr In Mm Everyone I* tavltad. pertinent 8l&tlo"I, ',
". .. paying all Indebtedness a* U Call which, will enable the sins to'.arm ndertaklnr a* tell a* lead] In They do best on II sandy loan i ,
't due "If w* continue to get<< our meney while they ftM *.hlbltln ether WAS HH OK WAMXT' MET Pall pad should be planted I to 4 J
the gar h ald. "w. bad '-a : Inches deep. He r.comm rde-l i'/
f tax, Th history period
share '!'w.. local girls have mad eafrlei T. To finish *oh*"l and attend
can loot fpr.tana In this county to la th* National Canning Con- oo *. notable became eon, of the %- two application of a general bulb
lower and lower." dent had...... able to reclt l fertUlMi -bl"1 cr fteM 'i1
get teat which- will be held Oct. II. hi I. T* bo .f assistance I* ethers I 6
Wlllard Hubbell, of Miami, district Chicago. Barah Hrnderwtn ... *f who may peed kelp la their club 1 Finally the teacher ended ft long analyela.

of Lion International _.
governor I -- -
Princeton has entered canned project
who with In. HubbWIl was boot, grapefruit preserves and rah. t. T* learn to.PII"I.t.llI., bert
ft guest at the luncheon, aim epok !. masse and art. I NURSERY TREES
bit. Carol Henderson 14 has entered -
JTh. entertainment feature .( the, canned guava*, carrel and It. T* become an Intelligent Ions, Avocado Royal Pales Mad ----1
program was furnished by Bill] chicken. hm*maker.
Laird of Miami, a Scotch comedian IL To see the wonder *f nature Jungle Grove
formerly" of vudovlll fame. whappeared 4-H Club work I* making (
and the advantage .(
I RecUaD4 Road and riunuurDrlv*. ItedUad,
strides, said Mia Norton rectint-
In kilt and sang Rcotol In the country. ..
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I "If the 11.004,000 boy and A
ly.
long and danced to piano ompanlinent 11 T. become a local ,,"' ..
furnished by Mix ;Belt I girl from 10 to If yean old In, the II. TO complete 1Iv1..1 I

P.roe; also .f Miami. Mia' Lull t United mate, It la estimated that earn achievement pin*. (
about 770,009 are engaged la this RIPE PAPAYA MELONSAVAILABLE
Bmoak of Homestead also sent, t 14. To be t member of a .
accompaniment by MrsMantel arork. The value of the or.."..* I
piano team, 'dletrlct. state and'
county
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FRUIT I
II VORICO
NOW FINEST
Morri lon: cannot be estimated ""
national. I
"In Dade County Plans I? PLANTSFor ;
tf II. Tob* a member of a ..mon. PAPAYA
scholarships are given for a two ration team district state 1 DOWN "1.00
county tale ntnexml. goad nla loo cArh,
At the SeminoleA weeks. course at th*,.Florida Mate and national. II

........"""... ,...n__ In Roller for Tw Women. at Tallahassee. II. T* b* the outstanding clubmember I !. r. Meyer a
June scholarships for thl of the state and
!Vanish Betting was selected l rear have been awarded to Sarah nation. county i AviMtiila Drive Ith-hardtluad, two mile went vf Leonie A*.>

,91' tot the locale of Ramon Novarro'i Vann of Lemon City and France If. To render service wherlver; I

', mow MtTO-doldwyn-Mayr all., Pert of Miami Beach for rom plot. there I* an opportunity.II. .

talking and singing picture "In log five year of ..H work. To be thrifty. :

day Madrid" which cornea. Friday! "The social aide I* not necteetid. THIS BANK is very anxious to retain and I

ant Saturday, Out I and 4. I Each girl who complete her NATUULLY i
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please its old customers, but it in also anxious
The chief sequences of the pie- ,
I-H work I'e entitled to ro to the Fan "Aatoundlng tile money
y lure take place In a small (pan-, U.de County .-" camp at Miami Babe Ruth m.kpL" to find new ones. We want to make cus- '

lab university town and advance' Beach the first of June Tan: "Nut ae strange I've often 'tomers as well as keep them. Come in and '

upon boa It that the atmosphere "Th. motto of tb.It Club heard mother ear that a good batter look us over.lrlorida.
and feeling of the picture
general I make good dough.:-American
turn up the aim. of the ortanlaa- I
lit somewhat In the manner of No. /
lon: 'f plediro my Road to clear nor.krR1't'K. Bank
|Wl*,:a/ta r4iai In "!!evil. Care" will
May
varro "All rlrl Interested In betomnt Jinx: "Our kitten licked bit '
again play opposite the atar.
r 4-H member this year should' i paw"--American Boy.
"In Gay Madrid" ). an adaptation 1
ret In touch wltfer the 'local 4-H
of the Ppanleh classic, "La
Club leader at her. school. There USE MANGANESE 6 :
Caaa d* la Troya," written by Alejandro I

Pores. Lugln. and concern
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the eon of a marquis who when he STEADYt;

la tent to a 'nnlveralty Involve Barber Service
himself la a romance which I* .1-

moet brought to ruin because .( That Men Prefer Ii
i fell previous affair with a Madrid A steady income is the kind

dancer. I {

It I* sold the production baa
that counts. Steady driving cove ;
been handsomely fitted both* retard There' M much difference between a poorlyand
\ Jot t excellently. trimmed head of hair a* there I*
retting and costumes u-i
deal attraction Include all long, between two .ulta-one poorly tailored, and the I ers the miles. :
other smartly tailored.
suns by Novarro and a male

of fifty trained voices.sTItATE "oru'I' ,
trI'.nn.\RD PRICK FOR CHILDREN' LADIES AND! -
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ft collUlon. They' both got out of We give you that steady al i ;

.\' their for fet momenta ,
can and a : BUSH'S BARBER SHOP ,
the artumenC waxed hot Theft I !
service that brings the
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t9 N. KROHK A' E:. I ,
'" | w* fix thl thing opt]
)felt., take a drink." and h* hand.I: smiles. :

2. ed the Bcotchman ft flaak. TheScotchman ,
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acreptedyad downed ft
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man eked drink at on* gulp. I
\" "Have another" laid the Jew

;r The Scotchman. drank a second I eI
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and a third. When the liquor wa*j'

all conaumed the Jewish horse Stm"fe ti! ) r I
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called ft policeman. "H r\ officer I v
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into ales He' drunk, Jut man i

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HKVKAM'.D: 'I GOOD SOUND PRICES: 1<. AND it* I

"Ah my '.--n.;; .. MATINKE, SATURDAY I P. U, too AND: Jlo ,:

: claimed >h* attenlaal a* jhawi|I IV 1'1\10.\1' AND SATURDAY OCT. III ADItHmou 4
torn entrance et a allkei-hung
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IB room. Tao'wlaa to consult" me.,
IK" dun Maharajafe the anal mystic "IN GAY MADRID"

*. of the orient f I Gay gallant, gukkiwvoic" vil-Iw'll win, your heart by bit ugh .
-Yep" replied the tailor "Tell hustled wtirug his fiery lote-niakfcigl -)' PHONE 560MHomestead :
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kr that her kid elXer'a her and ALBO--

. ma Wnnta she should got a couple "THE GENERAL

pound **f, Uvecwiu-tt on, bar A COLOR TONI! MUSICAL RETCH
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They nducatlon -, WILL RESUME EVERY DAY BHOWINO WITH
l' of : / children. '$ Mora Mini with III*: \IUKilwn Cant In
D. FREDRICK Prop
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full' tto .f(r..r. !pore OM4rMf' Tin at t.Low'" Prlno Cor. Krome Road and Epmore Drive GAS AND OIL FOR CARS AND BOATS
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Eight THE HOMESTEAD LEADER Thursday, October 2, 1930' i




.1 Social Events in South Dade I '::1





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II P.-T. A. MEETING DAY IS CHANGEDAND Calendare.
The TO LrXY: ft few OFFICER( U'T.n1olJTISQCJA.L'
DUES FOR DADS ARE CUT IN HALF )
The Homestead! Ham Demon A tipsy fortune teller and a

At the P.-'!'. A. executive meeting -. tag them will be pat I* by tb* Oct I-Th* Homeetead P.-T. A. stntlon Club will meet m the Bp cake auction wereh feature of

Friday It was decided that tin. manual training boyi. Flower, will five a reception foi th* taach that Sunday school room Oct. 1from ,the evening when the women'

afternoon meeting will b* held I nda plant and tutting also era.Dot I(:|* to f:t*. The Princeton auxiliary ot the local W. O. W.

win k* welcoma she said. (-Mr*. tcwl BobliuMOetat Hub will meet Oct 14 and tin Bed
on Wedneadayi tal* 'Oar-tll. regular gave a metal In the L O. O F.
elaa"U the junior department land cl.b..Ocrt. IT at the WDMhear
meeting .a the ceooxl I Mrs. C T. Harper, first vlcepreel'leat Thursday '
o< the Federation ., Thom meeting will be hail sight.
Wednesday each month and tilt I who presided Introdttd -
Wonan'c Club*, will peak at a thrown even to guests The program Included rending
executive commute netting *a I Mr*. O H. 0tffaal. the new

the fourth Wed.......,. Th* at* president, who In tarn Introduced meeting of the Junior Woman Election of officer for the com by Mr. a. P. Hadford and Mr*.

don will begin M I:" sharp and: tile new; principal L. B. Bom- Club. In the lUdlaad club hou*. Ink year will .IM held end statistical i. t. Martin "Menagerie,"" a readIng -

last one hour and a half. Evening atom Oct. 0.-Th Redland' P-T. A. report of each Horn Demontrattoir by Nellie May Martin; a pluho .

meeting wll| be held on Frtday Mr. Ooramer mad an appeal ",1I1",1It In the Redlandichool au. *women In the county will solo by Ml* Mont* PaoetU: and

** before. for np-to-dat book and about dltorlum. be handed In. A handcraft and two vocal solos "I Heard Ton 00

Duo for the year veto reduced fifteen *f the beat ntagadne such Oct. t-.The JUla, or Shin Club ChrMmu-gift suggestion exhibit By", and "The Sunshine of Tour

lo TI* for both parents la the .. the National Geographic, Hygela. will meet with Mr. Fred Rdd. will be held. Members the club Smile," by Mr*. L P. McLean accompanied / 4

hope that every father would* become Country Gentleman Saturday Oct T.-"* O. E .. will meet who hv boon doing weaving this by/ Mrs Vera Summer- '

member. Due for the Evening Poet, Southern RuralM, In the Masonic halt summer are urged to bring In their 119.

mother remain Mo American Boy and a girl* mat.- Oct. T-Th* Prlnoetbn Woman finished article Mr*. W. B. Edward won the

sine. H* oleo stressed the 1mportano Club will meet at the home of Plan are being mud to hold .11 prlst a toy canary, fr gueseing
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Mrs. M. Orenaell. cafeteria
of a good attendance at Mr. C. N. Hendenon. exhibition: of rut*, .pillow. IB< the moet name of bird U a
manager, ..pr***>d appreciationfor
,,, the football game Friday after Oct. I-Th* American Legion carfa, woven and booked, at tilt mewing conteet. Fortune were
anew oil stove contributed
by aooa.Preant. Auxiliary will give a benefit bridge Horn Demonstration office In No. told In a curtained booth by Mia
hoof board. There h acute
theto an were: Mrs C. ,H. Hteffanl at the home of Mra. D. M. PeI.t **mbr. Wllll...Belle Bowen ln tipsy cu*.
need for another refrigerator or
K Mr*. C. T. Harper, Mr*. O. J.Heckler at Florida City. turn. ,
box, she 1114.
ice yin. Frank 8kll!' Mrs Oct. I-The Nell Walker Circle OIVE2 FISH FRY FOR Bidding ran high a* Mn, BeulabBrannan

1 Mr, r. N W.lker made an appeal Lee !Lehman Mrs Arvllla Booth will meet with hire T.A Wat- MR. AND MH& DLIN WOODY auctioned oft th fake.

: for boom, trowel, and rakes Mrs V M. Orenndl, M.... Wm. klna. The front yard .' the Frank PrUe package of candy alo.

for her agriculture claw Donations Bradley, Mr. Margaret RollerMra. Oct. I-Th* Lulu Bparkmaa Terry Skill horn was the *cnof merrymaking .I were old. lo* cream and cake

will b* welcomed she (aid.Kven C. N. Walker Mra. Nave King Circle will moet with lira Monday evening when were served toth* company

If the handle of the tool Cooper Mat i. A McNelll MrRommer George West
and Mn und Mr*. !tKill and Mr, and which numbered more than fifty
'r* broken, new ones accompany *. Oct. -The Catherine Pickard
Mr*. 3. H. Webster gv fish fry people.C. .
Circle will meet In the Baptist Bun
In honor of Mr. and Mr. W. D. i

LEGION AUXILIARY PLANS Rt: )rAND CLUB HEARS day School building.Oct. Donwoody who 'loft Wednesday. to
W. Culbertaon I I. entertaining
I-Th* Supper Bridge Club
MEMBERSHIP DRIVE TALK ON SOUTH AMERICA make tbtlr home In Miami.
at bridge at the Country Club tonight
will meet at the horn of Mr. and

When the American Legion Am Men, M. J. Brownlow, Mr. B.' Mr*. Given Victor. I Snapper, jack and barracuda In honor of the n.w.'; schoolteachers

Mary net last night In Legion hal A. Carter and Mj. Harry Rely Oct -The RtdUtnd Hem ware served with grlu and coffee ot Redland, ,

Plan were mad for a memberhl -' were hosts=" when the Woman'. Demonstration Club will have aim to>> the guest who, Included Mr. ;:

h.. drive which Will begin CMo Club of The Redlaad held It* all day meeting In Guild hall begin and :Mr*. Dunwoody, Mr. And Mr, The B. Y. P. V. bat been itudyIng '

t Each member" I* eipecttd to monthly social Friday night at the Ding at It o'clock. Dave Webb Mr. and Mr. Given [ the book of the Bible under

E 'ilng on* new member Into the dub hou* Community singing and Oct. ....Th* W. O. W. will meet Victor, )(r. and Mr.. Chas. Fucb. the direction of the Rev C. N.

'rgan button. a piano solo by Mix, Lola Robert to the I. O. O. F. halt Jr. Mr. and Mr Thomas Fault Walker this week
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An Invitation to loin the ausliry .been the evening Oct 14.-Th* Princeton Home Mr. and Mr*. Landon Garner, Dr.
and Mr. 1. A. Smith, Mr. and Mrs.
; I* intended to the mother Claud A. Battles spoke on South Demonstration Cub will meet. '
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Lehman Mr.. Walter Nelson
I: iv e., beaten, daughter. *tepth America. Relic wan pared Oct 17-Th* Homestead Demonstration
I and Mr. Frank Hausman.
"> .m. etepeleten, halfilBterlid around M Mr. Haines described the Club will have an all -

Ii tep-daughter oft ma who luxuriant tropical growth the col- day meeting beginning at 11 The flan wore caught at Mate- -

--rved In the mllltarr-or, naval orful bird life and the marvelous o'clock In the Baptist Sunday I cumb by Mr. and Mre. Webster

I : rvloe *f the United States be- flora ho had "*0. The people, School room Hand craft work ,and their daughter Alta, and Mr.

'WIII\ April, HIT, and November their quaint customs and modes ol will be on display. and an electionof ,and Mr. Skill and children Ells: *.

::1, till Wag nurses also are I life alee.were described. officers will be held. I beta and Frisk, Jr, For White Teeth

llglble. Oct.: II,-Ruth Bryan Owen will 1..0.- '
Other speakers and their lub- peak In Homestead to the peopleof I ROYAL ORDtJl OF THE FISH and a Sweet Breath'A
AU thoi* eligible for member- ,le.tower.
: the Rev. Oeo. E.! Deuel,
district, ]MUSTS: IV KEY lARGO
!; hip In the town above Homestead "KemlnlMonc "
** ot II Years Ago; .
Od.II.... Annie
Mahe" The Royal Order of the Fish
r* invited to attend the next Vernon Turner, ''Maggl and
meting which will b* held Oct. 1o.I 'flggaf' Mrs., Dan Roberta, "Sunny FlUpatrlck'i pupil will rive a recital ,met lat Sunday when member,
i for the benefit of the Wom
hired a boat from F. A. Roland of
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After nest Wednesday all bridge South: Mrs. J. J. Moor, "Dry00"C"
an'. Club of the Redlands.DEMONSTRATION '
1I !North Key Largo. The day wa
parti** will I b* held In the even.ngi Mrs. Wood, "Band;"
1 pent In flahlnr. and a largo catch r
II wee decided. Plan for pro- Mr. Seymour Dane "Plcklea;"
I. reported. A fish tIT also I Morted. .
J ,idlng new curtain and fern forth Mr. Wayne Calkin, "Star;" Mr. WOMEN *

hall are being considered. Jay Simon, "Chip- Mr*. King,I ATTEND LUNCHEONFour I .
t High Light;" Mrs Wm. Dunlop. Redland District women attended Those present were: Paul Jen
D..., Carlton March Gotch Kueldt .
Moonlight" and 101...., C. H. Btffanl the luncheon given In Miami
riaaa are being mad for ao "High Plnea." Tuesday by Miss Pansy Norton Lawrence Campbell and David -

Armistice Day dance sponsored by to till delegate cent to represent i Fredrk-k

!it the Legion and the Auxiliary, ThOM preeent votes Mr. and Dade County Horn Demonstration -

Mrs George Turner Jr., Mr. and club at Gatneevlllo during 'VIRGINAL' DORSEY'S BIRTHDAY

Mrs. Dan, Mr* George Turner
'\ MARKED BY PARTYAt
P.-T. A. RECEPTION Farmer Week In August Delegates
Mr. and Mrs Dave Kufeldt, Mr.
h IXR TEACHERS MONDAY from this district' wont Mrs.Eva I Virginia Do...,'* birthday
and Mra. Will Mahan, Mr.
Caetelow of Redlandv Mrs. V. yesterday a color scheme of
arty
The first of the
t evening meeting and Mm Deuel. Mr and Mr. -
M. Orennell of Homestead Mrs yellow and pink wa carried out
I Homestead P-T. A. this year Will fact and daughter, Mr. and Mr*. A and imperative
C. K. Henderson of Princeton and
11tb.
ill tIN decoration.. yellow
two a reception for the teacher Simon., Mrs B. A. Waldln, )(r. and Ikreeeom thai will mk
Mrs, R. Y. Burr of CtoulJ who attended .- sake with its nine pink candle and
Friday Oct. I. I Then the most of your t..tblF
at p. m. Mr, Moor, Mrs. King, )(r. andMrs.
a* a member of the county In the Ice cream and candy served. \ I a --Klenio "Liquid
will b
a short at which
program Calkin, Mr*. Roberta. Mr*.
council. f Homo Demonstration mouth wash and gargl.
Mir Coma Davis and MIN FrancesDorsey
Mrs. 0 H. SMffanl. the new president Crocker, Mr. and Mr*. Bam and ClowFried an assurance of a sweet

will pmlde. All patron and two children Mr. Wood and 'on *lted In entertaining. breath <(1100< toe and
friends of the wheat are Invited.IIVIO Mr, anil-Mr Henry Schumacher. : chicken, pear and potato Games and content were staged lie): Berond-KI nao
ald, oak and coffee were served on the lawn. Dental Creme for shining
)tfr. and Mrs. pualop, Mr. and whit teeth I0o' and
to these presents Mrs Paul V. Other preeent went Mr. J. (
DAY ONnn nJ) BYRLDLA. I Mr*. Hale**, Mrt,,>nd Mr,\> Carter. II Harrington of. Miami Mr. R. V. Rufus Dmely, 101.: H. Grady the); Third Kllnlo ,
Mr. and Mr* Roger, it D.Totter Teeth Brushes I* style*
>D ROMAN'S CLl'OI' and Vernon Turner.Refreshments Drummondot Hlaleah. Mr*. Mary Smith, Mrs Claude Campbell* Ml** from which to choosy

I'lvlc day WM observed by the a Murphy of OJus, Urn. Mary E. Stella Hook, LuulU Went Elisabeth with bristle* that stay ,
as'I' wr erv4 at the Carter ol Little River. Mr.. N. A. Mcllwaln Bobble Summer fast (160, 14 and lOc).
Hedland Woman' Club Tuesday close of tho meeting. Hold only at Resell Store*.
'Parson ot Miami Shore, Mr*. R. IIn. Eunice Walker Cella Harper.Fern .
house and
i day for cleaning ,
i H. Batty ot Little River Mr*. Ann Robertson, Marjorie Rdd
rounds Member brought rke DIXIE DRUG
RRDLAXD
F..T. A. TO MEET
Knar of South Miami Mss H.,. Alta Webster Jeannette and Annette -
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and hoes with them. A pot
luncheon was served at noon. I MONDAY EVENING old Dora of South Miami :Mrs W. Campbell Marjorie Kowr: .__lead FlorlOa

An attractive program Will follow C. Irvine and Mr*. Fannie Turpin Charles Robertson Harvey Rue
Thee prevent were: the R...
and Mr Gee S .Deuel. Mr. and' the bualn*** session at the '.f Little River Mrs A. J. Whit Howard Lamb Jr. Paul Ruasell. 7.& Store

Mrs Dee Roberta ?d/. and Redland P.-T. A'. regular meetIng of Miami. Mr*. D. & Campbell of Jr., Herbert Booth. ,. ... ......--..-.
Mrs'' at :36 In the schsol'auditor- J ot Coconut
Fulford. Mr*. B. Kent -
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D Kuf ldt Mrs and Man ----------
ium. Mr* M. H. Tallman. prealdent Grove Mr*. R. L. Meyer
Moor end children Mrs C. Camp,
ot the Cad County P.-T. A. said Mrs Carl Long of Opa-Locka

t Mr*. W. Mahan Mr. W. Calkin I Council, and Mr* John X Campbell Ube Pansy Norton, Mrs. Paul 39c ICE CREAM SPECIALS 39c
Turner Jr. Mra. H.
) Mrs. George
district P.-T. At luperlntend- Soar ot Ukdeah, Mr*. Jo hn Du
Mr, 8 Dave, Mrs K. A.
5 Reely set, will k* a.oltile apka Puts Jr. of Whit BaIt )(re. Edith SATURDAY AND SUNDAY ONLY
Mrs Dyche. Mrs. IJ.
Carter, All friends and patron ot the Elliott ol Oju and Ml, ** Mildred
s Waldla and Mra. H. I:. $
ehool are Invited. Barnes. PAPAYA ICE CREAM 9 Q
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The Fidelity Club. met ,' PINTS 220-QUARTS ....................-...... e1 c

at the, home el Mr. Clara 81.. i
CHERRY ICE
CUSTARD CREAM Q Q
still. ThOM present were: Mr*. ; A Good Plate Lunch

Clara Nixon, him, Addle Moor I' PINTS 22C-QUARTS .............-..?.-...... OtJC 1 1.I3RICK

Mra Selma RelM and Mine Mary .
ICE CREAM O ft

Monte. ,:I 35c QUARTS ......,....................... ...................... OUC. :1

When the Pythian Sister met I
SUNDAES 15c
tone print to a R-o'uiuethed or hont folk.
Friday night l. the t. a tt F
LOLLY K>I% ropnr.. SMOKKK: AND fI'IIOOLan't"In
halt plan .art) made to mvlto adam :a +
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] ) Kalthta: of Pythtea to a oeM DIXIE CAFEMRS. .

.n Frld x night Oct. 10.Mr .

.. Malnor, district- deputy of DOLLY MNfLE ICE CREAM STORE 1 1u.

the fifth .1/I1'rictt! ?, Harper and

Mrs, Lilly HawMy Worst':guts! ED. WOODBURY Prop. \v. Howry iu. Homestead. Fl*.

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i:' Thursday, October 2, 1930 T 111; HOMESTEAD LEADER Pair Nina :>. ., !
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Harold Campbeir; secretary and

r- HOMESTEAD HIGH NOTES1 treasurer, M* (ea Fort.,: ;

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Social L7mw Arakw III l,
: [ Freshman Day wen set I nIt... Fresh boys Th following .W..... were 1

Thursday when the .. and Wave duo elected Friday. .""
I I proclamation was Issued superiors, (He Hon Or.d. '.t. President, Tanner
I I junior class of Homestead Junior tad aopha. Moon: first vc-prldent.( Miry ,
t GROUPS PRESENT
BAPTIST PROGRAMS
,school: of the day had not Cook; second vlea-prcaldent; XIIab ,- 3
IN OBSERVANCE OF WEEK OF PRAYER: Wo, the Honorable Junior hn freshman found .th Sever; secretary. VabwaFitch j
'{'r.( the Homestead Scholaatk the chapel prorraro I trtaaurer,'Cora Mao Oreev.ar oi
,v The First Baptist Church *tHomMtead Christian Education" Mrs. 80"11:1
s ttitlon do hereby pronoun chare: Miss Ethel historian Louise I
Joined 7,000 southern song. "Higher Ground." > sentence upon the. widely Th poor "nit' Grade 1-1 Prwrident Margaret ,

Baptist churches this week In observing Student Cnlon at the University ofFloridly" ruts to b* executed 011 i to *ln.. While McGarrah, vlcprreld Glenn
wool of prayer Mr*. Wollam; talk Mrs. October I. In the year of our conducted, fresh Simmons, secretary Evelyn Thomas
a Hauaman. Mrs. H.
prayer Ortdj U... Spring Tim In the ; trexUrer Eugene:: Allen
Th* Mary McClanahan W. M. Smith: song, "He Lifted if.I"
Terrible puntrhment ( boy mug Let Me Grade '.1. President Annie I Mao V
{T. circle had chart of the prograM talk Principal L. B Somm"n; from ". .." under the Booth, vice-president J.well
"(Jod deviation these \ i
song Will Take
Monday afternoon :Mn H. e'.ro.t thontattv enactment till of Archer tmlth Campbell, secretary and treasurer ..
Tor! closing Mrs. Hanes
Grady flmtlh presided, Mr. Frank prayer ing enactment shall be litton prevented a tap Fern Itobertsan I !
man
'" Hautman flnt vices I Aldrich, Manic Grid ,... President Clayton
presiding forced: .1
president Opened the meeting witha Mr Sommers spoke on' tre relattonahrp I 'etm.nt Horn and Vlr- f..hman: traaaurar. Susan HIlT; ) .
Ea No..1. All fresh <
cordial welcome to the member existing; between die were toe dancer chairman ef the social committee .
lI.mll. church one ichoot "Where I-le.',shall wear no .
played the piano Sam McKlnstry.Mannal .
ano mad tile announcements forth }
weak. the horn or the church! fall. file i What-eo-ever All painted .... played an ao. I 4 J

*Th folnwlar program was .,..! school! mutt take hold." said MrSommera 'shall fad to .naturallty the akeelo A talk I TMtataqr (.....
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stated on the topic, "Wlt '_ln* "but the commd foal tdurm events.Enactment given by Louis I Through the effort of iI,. .
for Christ Through the Woman' we are all striving and working No. I. AH tr.. Webster the manual training department I
Missionary. Veld" hymn, "Faith' for I* the betterment of the boy male hU be seen In body finished the to to hew a Carter band I

of Our F.thel'lll" prayer, Mr*. and girl, and Heirs must b* cooperation knee pant. If lacking .*.* and ...ra. router This to an irp-t-dat m. r
Smith devotional "Th Wttna In order to promote the wearing apparel they .hall b ... Clan chin .f the latent ....111. R will (

..." Mr. B L. Hook, Or, solo, best moral atmosphere" minted In rolling their. ... .... elected the fl- b* a welcome addition f* the shop .

"(weet H01If' ef Prayer )f.... I. A special prayer service was up to their knee, at a meeting held qulpmtnt i iA'

P. McLant prayer Mn. R. R. Big.gera held Wednesday night when the Enactment No I. All .... ....d.nl. Antoinette hart; !
: greeting from the state w. Rev C. N. Walker presided. The male halt b. forced to ... "' Anita, Smiths
M. V president Mr*. C. K. flutists topic waa "Wltnenlng foe Christ cuff-sock and OliO stacking. McEwenj t.... Mr Wakefleld, head of the vocational !
t prayer Mr* B. H. Fitch, message. Through Our Church and Evangelism Enactment No. i. Alt ", agriculture claaa, la improving
t/ r from the state secretary, Mrs. Vera ." male must appear iveechve of *o- the lat house and hauling {

Collier: prayer, Mr*. A. A. Buaaey, The following program wa presented school with their teat clam officer the dirt t* enrich the palm and flow i
testimonial, Mr. W. E. Lea,I : devotional "The Field of other word BAREFOOT). president presented. era around the school yard ( :

Mrs, McUtn Mr.. 0. I. Qault I Witnessing." Noah Paterson, "Personal lute requirement: CLEAN tins to Principal' I* ,.......-..NOwwNN..NNNNwwrN.NwNeweNN/ r
Mr*. Buwiff, Mra Fitch prayer, Evangelism," Mr*. Frank Ir- Enactment No. I. All fresh token of the aenlora' }
'11:1! Mon 8 L McClanahan: hymn, Mint 'Tho Co-operative Program must wear heir outer Homestead Girl Scouts
s
r; Take My Life," "benediction, What It Include,* the Rev. C. N. hlnd-aldv-ferenUMt .vo Incited a mem Hy Mary MoNMUAt i
C. O Roftertaon, Walker reading, "Witnessing tot Enactment No. I. All fresh '' class to meet .,
I Other Present warn Mrs 101..1 I Christ Through the Brotherhood must wear their thlrt* Tueaday Cole !?' we"a wNmN meeting; h 4 tae oaaketlwllourt: -

( Davis, Mr* H, M Cook, Mr*. R. Museelwr.lt and a reading foremoet. I first to receive this I court last Thuraday afternoon
Pitta )(.... Cheery. Saunders, "An Appeal from t>r. C. M. Brit' Enactment No 1. All I ... very muah Miss. Rachel Paterson assumed the '
., W. T. )McConnell Mra W. H. tale, Miss Agnes Hamilton; bobble or hair pine must b ... to his fellow leadership of the Girl Scouts Mia !
Coker 31'rt. J T Martin 101.... a The Catherine Plckard and Mary moved from the freshman enjoyable time he Peterson aucceed Mine Row Tower
A. West 'Und Mr*. Truman 1 McClanahan circle had charge today halt before coming to eaoh senior I* 111& who If leaching in Miami and
Bowen I with, Mrs McClanahan presiding Thuraday. his turn. Cola also la unable to attend.
Nell Walker Circle Enactment: No. I. All .. k* was pleased to
JIM charge Th topic discussed wa*: "Wit. The girl became enthusiastic
Tuesday when the toplo was "Wit. neulng for Chrlat In the Slat male must part their shaggy taken with the when plan were discussed for the

sewing fee Christ Through Oar B. Y. P. U:, the Bundalr School In the mt.sdle-'Ith their coming season Thursday .la the
J. Edat'.tkmalnatltalloftl and. Baplt and the Children Horn." Mrs Combed downward toward torn room teacher. new day of meeflncThoeo ,
tlietatu. **.* *. Robert Rutland conducted the do ears tom-1 went to Miami last present Were; Mlle Peterson j
The rrorram was.Song, "All votlonal. Those on the program Enactment N*. .. All ..... purchaaad five new Jennie Tower, Mary MoNnlll, A
Hall the Power of Jema Name."I were: Mr. V. D. McOairah. Mr*. approaching Junior and beautify the claw Ruth Tower, Helen Field Catherine

prayer Mr Haueman: devotional Jernlgan. Mrs. Frank Child.. Mr*'. before school or at noon : .Harper. .Grace Ftold Helen :r
Mra, Witt Myrtek Mr*. May King, Dean Baxter and :Mra O A. West ,make a deep bow and must .fat enjoying to the Hall Elisabeth Skill' Katharine ;
Mr*. T. T. Bowen and Mra M. P. Talk were given regarding the their tipper classmen new shades far Venn Alta Vann Mary Moon Betty :
Wollam; sole Beautiful Garden of'I food the church I* planning to sophs (over-grown rats) a These may be Morris Geraldine RIU and '

Prayer" Mrn Vera gommerlln: end to the children home In Ar- or Mia*. Freshmen shall b room. Ifatfl GldlofMarjorlo )
r prayer Mra Julia Polk: "Higher eadla peelaJly compelled to adhere a whole I. Tory Redd and Cocolla Harper .
enactment. the coming foot were visitor I j
Enactment No. 10. The '' ,, especially the I S
man class as a whole shall to put It over JIMT 1U1LT WltONO 1
The rope draped gracefully moat of the player* 1

It Rcdland Rattler their walsta by which.) After an epidemic of mischief
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be dragged through
the exasperated teacher grit ted i 11
,, The School With a SpJriJ proper daring the lunch hourEnactment law "Johnny, alt. down In front"

Published by the Student of Redland High School No. 11 The ,** has orfanalaed "I cant teacher." said .r hnny
gills. must Moat exquisite fine to do bit. "But Joan alt down In back "- I
I I ribbon upon their empty .ar. our clam .f American Boy.TAHITI.
,; I The orchestra mill b* under the made the first goal cana (better knows a* hat ra .... President, __ __.
direction Of Miss Enther W..."- The freahie I boy must wear ,; vlco-prevldent.
:. traub>> this year. Member ao far I The Future Farmer of Florida ribbon gracefully draped secretary, Ethel !
are: Martha Parker. Wllnon Mod- went on a Quest tour Wednesday their glgantlo glngtymua *,. Early Dandy; BEACHCORAL
Ie,. Arthur Hemming ant Dodd morning to Royal Palm hammockand (better known. ankle.) ." McConneU. :
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Koael I vicinity George Wakefleld Anactment No IS All .. ... undertaken ,
( ,agriculture teacher, wee In chargeof must bring their noonday f.. freahmea. They ( GABLES!: ) ;

Keen interest I* shown In dramatic the group school, Thursday morning their pill with a Rporiat rates for party of 10 ',
IMP mow bMhm, tan each.
*. A claaa which will give eon will not b* served sy the .. was com Tables. rlialra, bath turns
aaaembly entertainment and publlo The newly selected color *t the Ion .. Doraey, Betty fm.

performance I In sponsored by Mia enter claw are gold and wtiltei, The authority of the Junior Hooks Howard PICNIC PARTIES !
fi Finlth. home economics teacher the flow.* 1* the Easter Illy and hiss been verified by Mr. o"'III.
1 the motto "Ad aatra per aapera.' the chief actor In this crime ..* was appointed BATHING i

4 An ablution club la to be organ- aforesaid authority also for the sale of DANCING \
t&II Mm. B. E. Ram' and family are the dignified seniors Comes played on
tl' Dan
< Cenroy, EVERGREEN I IN
PHONE- .n
+ t-tether. who has. now living In a downstairs" apartment your duty Ellen Huff la
aviation at the U of matb.matle.1 of the tencherag. Providing the rat are .. commltt**. J
d ? they Will b* honored by a .* decorated car Nea.wee ee.eeeeee -
fore, Karl Pel."., I* filling the react conducted by the from Horn*. 1
A tennis .flub ,t II tnember
pace of sixth. grid teach this Tho date shall b* announced : .they wlll raise the !
form.d Wedneertay. The
was "
r iffy f week In absence *f Mr*. Green Wltnesoe ttndenlgned. : Qrtf acholaetlc WalkOverInvites : ,
cert elected President, Roy
ar:
Rive who) hi Hi al the Kant hospital I. B. BOMMER8FRANC3C3 the school yell \
woodbury IPt'ffl.", Dorothy' *
In Homtlllt.ad. OOR""r.!!: more at the foot
Haines, Ire..u.r. Mildred Patter-
' esa..rr BETTT MURPHY .
Mla Melntraub I !
A eon (ponnorTicket
MlM. Lorraine Mover Ie tnbstnut- JANIE DOWEl < ri
lag for Mr*. Edmundaon who waG HOWARD FIELD n.... 4
are being told and poster transferred to Miami. ETHEI. HOOKS elected the fol- the t
', are in evidence for the Miami Freshmen wore evidently Fridays rrealdent,

Beach-Kedland W triit football nJllm'AE PRla'galOM tied Into obedience. or ; vlc-.rildent, patronageof I
same M which" the following Red- Pro,.__* Wife "fjbodne, the promise of a Meteor : secretary, Amy
land liar win participateJohn" John Where did you get that 'Thursday morning found : ', Charley Glenn
nicka/d! George ".rl.. Ernest: lighted red lantern" girto with green paper .

N lll oed J U. p r'm"a. j rot.f or: 1 picked It .p. Some their hair. that dr.seea hind Claw the

!a careless person left It out thereby foremost. a cock on use left ofnrer mere
The ,Irl.' basketball team Itartd that hot* W the rond. -Amr1e.n ,forking on the other while a ... \ president, RedlandDistrict

prattle Wednesday Boy. tied; around their middle rtce-prealdent
Much now material
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i.. dance, and the Prospects .tt.n"1

{ prattleaerhnmage for a good team this. 1' .{ j CARR'S BARBER SHOPBEAUTYPARLOR j

1 .Dd WALK-OVER '

Annie Mayhew Fitzpatrick f
I S T W. firs f!&., n
1 CnwlanM' obrrlta ConefTvarorf ami Royal Cotwrnatory *f tl|.. i Shampooing, Permanent Waving, Facial

: PIANOFORTE AND THEORY I : Massage', Finger Waves, Scalp Treatmenti 277 E. Flatler St.
Tr.tr.PIIOU: SLIM
' ISM. e.d. dead. Mesa' Ahweyse foci,. Pirtle' 1403 1 MiamI, Fla.
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Pave Ten THE HOMESTEAD LEAP 11. Thursday. October 2, 1930TARIFF

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Mick metals wlll be used for th*:

SAVER MoveXJounty Jails to Country ekttet4ti4Alfad talwhaM Ialntsto, Housewivesrry" : ... .....
:'i: :.h; "' -" "'"" "" 't.IIIrt \- -
I at the plant
Urge Investigators'frid to ('( : :'.is: JJo.\\ f ,
'EdUc.ltorS\; hullJ'nu through the air

t THAN IF LEFT ta fIiM"rftto"tli'fI'\ (-....lla-'wt4"tXe'e1.hJuntvspeapne.OtI '

I New York. Out, *,-MOV* the their first patty rfenu.*. A -greatproportion the oenatniotlon tower Thus a I have ropi jewelry you should-wear
,. none, lions are the day *hn artiflrtul -
TO CONGRESS whole floor could b fitted Into
the of tnoee thrown Into
comity jatis lots country : I gem were frowned upon.
four airship
place with two. three or -
I' In this way and this way only Jail ore afterward proved Innocent trips Lightweight walls of Only one ryle\ must guide you inOur

''at trial, but they have been subjected choice of
can the America, people reforman synthetic cast stun will ..pl.oalh. eoutume rings
tinned I'"i fate On.1 '
dawn ,,1I1l retard 10 the tariff Institution which, Instead. of to both moral and physical. brick and stone which climbs so atOTeWn et cetera. 'They must be
Degradation, she allows. frankly what they are Let thembe
rnl.. meld nor UK'_ senior tens.I. being a pines' of correction. I* tbt. laboriously up the skyscraper!
The cure for condition I* to ; purely dervratlM, wont for
", "II. rehearing I* granted we actually a breeding place of both aides today 1c.n be cast In
do with the Jail concluded ; their color or novelty I\ not ape
away l_
will t I" to make it UP instead of crime and physical' disease.Tills I II I alAb designed to fit Into
I doe .' I i I* the assertion of Helen]i iDuckle. the lQV*.tlf, to .who*idea la eup- so that the walls of a whole story i the piWone stones. There la *
ported by such authorities a* D,. within i few definite scope far each An example -
writer for can b* completed
investigator and
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Si i 'tar I Klrtchel Mid that i unllk.lItall. eMtunio' "
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warden of this I* the "rub,
Good Housekeeping magaaln George Klrrhwey, former hours Th mooring tower al.o
f him Democratic tolleagues. dean Columbia This Is In tomato
.f Ring Sing, now of would to loose materials many cases a
serve convey
Inspection
who rvml the results of hr
lit "led for tin flexible provision ft Jails throughout the I University Law School! Mrs 3. ':1. and water and power line red, not considered a feed color

at th tariff bill ll. said that he woman'siclubs len Foster, tint woman member c/f costs for a real ruby, but definitely at- ,
country Sh. calls upon Bothmaterial and labor '
fVU a hat jointer and the truth could the department of federal prison trattlva In the jitlmrtypo ot 'p;
to Uk the bad In movement -; *. well a* time, will be lived fey '
I tx i I" 111 r arrived at by a small ttla Julia K. Jaffray, chairman of stones
to eradicate the "morel foul- these method. And Is mootImportant
,,, what
: .I. mdlclal body like the tariff correction Oenoral '
|W the division of Ring ptirtcularly"charming. J
,, 'MM and physical filth" which *h<* : for th*, average personhi are
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nn i" i Crystal and prystavl ring flat
found. The rendition she d.scribes the larger cities, com/ort will
bl/'I.: I* composed ot 411 num., -1 and *ther*. They would substituteIn rectangular plaques. In the front
she say are typical .( be Increased sine more space can
ere actuated by the needs of the city a detention elation
are mad to be worn plain or mono
cent of the 1100(1( County be lower expenditure
per provided at
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.V wn particular communities.esur'the whet those awaiting trials could ograimiid. liven an entity. short
scattered near America at present.TO .
tariff ommlsalon J.II'I be effectively aggregated for the than name may be u",4 on such a ring.
In the typical Jail she "
i II' ", ,on would not he subject to prisoner are herded few necosssry lay I Another In silver, ha a., hug pearl

'rah! ill log-rolling, It would be In. the HELP;: fHH.lmKM'8 WOMK:
often throe In a cell intended for I Convicted prisoner, tinder I shaped ball of silver set betweentwo
....I't' Hi'it by the commission' ...- I II
one, men In celU adjacent to thane plan, would be sent to a wall regulated I triangular shaped bit of blackOnyx
bean side would b* given a correction farm, where they In fine sleep beading.
of women without privacy, unwashed The Bnptl ("pu.ch..1II send set
""X an In* u court' Ip Caitiff?" bedding to used by downs I could be put to useful work, totting an automobile laid! of food to the I Another ring 01. metal rather

Iltt.. m&nt the .p".r' the of prisoners! In succession toilet I Who benefit of fresh. alt and exercise Dental chlld.reiri home..,at Arrrdla ,whiter than silver, widens...".

the leader of the majority facilities ar* unsanitary and often ,' ), the opportunity t.. learn a I during the third week Jn October.Flour th* center front and bulges, bur It

and the Chairman of the out of condition, there I* no op- 'I uiefut trade, and even the chanceto ,, meal I. canned .oda' and I Has no definite outline. Big round

mi" 'Ittie on rules would dictate IwrtiMlty for sunlight or exercise, g 0 to school Today moet prisoners -, other supplies Ant will not spoilare sliver bracelets are. being made also .

i 'hills would com before the and sanitation usually tnan'I sentenced for short term serve I being solicited by the W M. V.which to go with these Tings which
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th" ana by proper maneuvering their time In Idleness In the "a.I Para t
praying slnfectant: over accumulating I I* sponsoring the movement sponsors
i 'I.ill could b* brought up or bo '
layer. of filth healthy darknea of the county Jail 'Contributions will be '
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punt '-Mfd at th* will of these I
The food Itself I* frequently bad toning out weaker physically and brought to th* parsonage THf
.h" party leadera.I' \\
enough to promote Illness, continue morally than when they entered. I '

i rehearing" I* granted on the Ml** Buckler. But ,..b.ll. more i The activities of Mra. Faster resulted .| UU'OHI IIi.RI \ .
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u m+"11 duty, your Job Is going to I
Important tubercular, venereal and In-the establishment of sucha
see t.. a' I all available data, to supbo .
other diseased persons are pushed farm for Washington, 1>. C..

rt ,ill,. onl.nttoltbat the rat Into cell with ether prisoner with prisoners during the Roosevelt administration I first Stranger (at the party): KILL THEM TODAY

MIa."i'1) i, i remain the tame and toy out consideration. And burdened and several prograaslv "Very dull Isn't lit" "

thi I I",? r. before the commission," criminal art the cellmate of I Mates and vision have already Second "1'.*. :rery"

(.old HoI IIIO. rivtcher "The cominlwtl adolescent boy and girl held for I followed the capital' lead. I "Lefa go horn.. f

,..n will the due notice of the "I can't. I'm the host.""CrossSection

flat' /i i rehearing Is granted." .

Tfi .,g..d. renator. who said that Aviator Will Soon Help Build I

Hi". o'.r..r only Iwo men of each PACK TifF 01-I:BATOR STEAK S'

pate in" in the st nate ijtio hod Skyscrapers, Says Architect;
ELECTRIC
saUl PASTE
UIPK wrvlce than he, that
-- fluids (pointing) : "And th a,
sent, n the 1,000 Item In the tariff U aUAHANTMD TO KILL
+ii I ..ere Indefensible I, New York, Oct. .-Th* chem Up a* from the air down. Three essential i ladle and .gentlemen .Is a akyacraper. Rata twice IXM krwchn, waMtbcge ant
Land ;
I.t'aDdtb.. aviator will .pla/.leod ground operation will be ." Cnhe. Killlvne <( pa.tteh0ve. M* '
1 'Uut notwithstanding It bad Isn't'It. II durtDtrlb. root ro mm!
Jilt roles In the building of' skyscraper The excavation for the Old Udy "Oh myt Setof I...........*.
pointthe/ bill taken. a whole fol- necessary: derful? And when can we see .on-1 t ......... KV.'It ounree r.M
1gwm ,nil platforms of both political within the next It year foundation laying of the foundation work?"-American Boy. MONEY BACK. IT FAIl*
It the wisdom sf building construe-
pan I' who at their convention and lower floor, and --------.- -- --
aV 1 i ,..t I jot lie I protection and re- lion develop a* rapidly a* It ha true.I,
tion of a steel tower the full
In the post few New method

years
IM I .t I Hgrliulture. he eald "I
and materials will make poeslbls of the projected building Southern Brothers Business
in viilinr. to swallow.me of Itslu I University
ihe erection of a soaringtower .
I .ixlKlona If I Iov doing *<. son Excitations will be accomplished
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' t i ",i"thing for igrliullun.." In .a few week where sucha In a week. where It now requiresseveral .

Job now requires month and Mr Sleeper! bel'ea! RO<'k.110'II" Take Over New Quarters
S. niii listener explained like I !
year the chief handicap of excavator -
"iirt<> iH forms of liiiine available toin
H. It flleeper. well known Now *. will!' be reduced to the consistency
", Ht said Hint, the |U.000i .-
OO". ,, .., If.'" y fuiiil for flood! and York architect who has been of salt earth ky rook Southern Brothers Have the Largest Enroll*
vtudylnr' the possibility. of applying solvent applied by the chemist, I :
at.had" apparent! hem ment of High School Graduates the
hither.ii unrelated knowledge to than removed by mechanical ahov- .
in-"- .1 I taNome niih the C..If.rnlI"
i i,. >. ml. unit faun tallef funds. romttruitlon.. makes this predictionIn old of five to ten time the capacity History of the School
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the August Issue of the American of thou now used }
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s ih Inane to farmer In
Ar,'hlto't niagaxlne. 1| The single steel tower, like a.hlp' IHie to the enormous Increase, this school has found It
lie" I mil hlorin( stricken areas ore naceoury to take over the balance of the Town, building. glv.Ing .
The great building of the future, toast will be used as a moorIng -
i ee r?i -1 I i I'% 11,up liens for short the school approximately ton thousand feet of floor space
' .. as Mr. $h.)1..r) visions, will not b* roast for material-hauling airships .
fi" i ttic' farm loin proper I* a Every Student Is being equipped with an Individual mahog.any
'Jem< "mi uedlr sprrnd over many hull M. in u<'h from. the ground which wilt. be the principal desk and the school hus purchased new typewriters as wellas
-- -- additional furniture and equipment The remodeling and repairing -
i '. I factor I In sating time on the Job
y<- n vviih principal payment a. George Fletcher, another South.l and thus reducing building cost* will he completed by August IS at which time HOUTHFTtN -
ton m per cent u year. For BROTHERS will have the finest equipped BUSINESSV'MVKKFITT
-In I >n,t' ivgnlur farm loans there Is )*
Alit ,,i, ,n i mediate credit bank av.lI.to"l. of JirwiiUog ftortdaV case before of building part will be In this field will please bear In mind that this Business
the tariff et/ftII\J..I[ and various dou" at a great plant many miles University has an entire college faculty, and students are treated -
those who need short '
I.rlllIhoJIr committee at too houte end senate as an Individual unit rattier than clans unit. SOUTHERN
< und plodfe heir crops un .... runioved from the building, according BROTHERS have placed all their graduate and )fr. Southern
prior to of the tariff
1 .n.. it> passage to the nhltct' conception would like to urge personally, that every boy and girl Interested

acVHenatfl i Thus the blocking ot streets In a good position this winter would arrange to visit the school
M. ". lie !said there U th Inti.l .........r. when* term and the Used lost by truck crawlIng I Immediately and have a personal Interview with him ,

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fun I .if ..on.Ooo. OO. rreateil i\
doe not expire Until till mild

1h. i imt rederaf farm board ut that he was la Ole pleasant position avoided through heavy traffic will be Southern Brothers Business University

whl.i I I, \>1'1".IdOl that farmers moat I Ifom of having nothing to ask butMerely
metals
Already be point nut 1
u co-operative associationMI touring the state to renew I'ghter! and stronger than ordinary 11 F FbAGUW ST. nONE I-8SM
) m apply for the loan He cont.ct'lIb his constituent and'
steel have been developed. I
"Io'' hit file potato glower of loam their H It arcompanled _

/ II:,' '.t"imn tail formed a ri -opvr- I by his, ::O'tb" -I:- I It: I IHuddleston i

Il. Hid hail already been insured .f Jackooin tile The)


I.. i..>aitf act.i .
and Sunday In Ml mil. They

i rt i luiiiheon WM presided over were scheduled 10 start Wednesday

,>. T Harper Dcnwonrtlj coon,. for Fort Myers. iE

'\lIII"'m"in for Komeetead Senator. While her stray were guests it

i Met w WM Introduced by Luther the Chandler home In Silver palm

,'Nn.otl,., of Ooulde, who with
where the senator has n grove. :i

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Thursday, October 2.. _1930 THE HOMESTEAD LEADER Page Eleven ..
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RATEl fret Insertion lit Mind uhtee.Bnt tawrttoM. ,
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the Rov .... B. Wrlfht. pu \0'. ,.
B.M.L11. K.. O tor. Sunday school at II a. m. :

R "'.111.'. peMor ..Ed&? school at j Paul n Mwl uporlntoadent FOR KENTUWUKHNJltOOM ; i

|:41 a. <\.( E L McClanahaja, *uMrtLtondtnL Preaching at II i.'m. and T:16 p.I I
preaching .t 11 a.'m.' m, Epworth L* .oe at'7 p. w., I houn* ,

and T'O: p. m, B. T P U. at Junior Lcacuo ai 4 p n,. Prayer Mane' TtompWely Mid
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end praise service tH-rly lurll. Bun .
I:SO P. m., Water Book poem Wednesday at B
.Ideal. Nw and Interesting pro- I:U p m. glaaaed-ln back porch. ;
season or '**r. Phone >>.
rams each .*.IL W. U. U. meet- Ot lrwnM4mi and rUly

Ingry ruled Wdnedy *f tb* ...,. TIM public to Inc lied to General Victor IIJ-W.

month at I:.' o'clock file rally itay program Vlblrll- ...

wet, Moraine MniHini bested ai .14. The adivammt Public Utilities FOR room.RENT II.11 single Large.. II.to : :: ; .,

"Tli MMMir of !_.." 'The or the Iaad'a Supper will follow Meal It drtlnd. Mrs.
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floods b.|>|>rr Will t. *- MM moralng. onmoii. Her Homestead; n- Ml-U Ii 111 N. W. 4th ft.stt .1 r
nerved.M the morning hour nym a% ISO, oito Masrn of i ( )
Mn, I. Dnuh."
What the Bible Toadies I

Atawt the ",,""' _t." Climate, to the vhwrh seal bt USE MANGANESE FOR SALE \,

Prayer nmtvtdnemlny God classes your bears before 1 I
h eve. ..dig at !:H. Tim auhjet you ct paid off. Then are FOR IU.a-U; laying ", ]
for dl raw<HcalltMi for Tom Deed horn pullet, few 1 :4 j

NDTICB IB HEREBY GIVEN reactors. t'oopa. All
dead who lays nut bore 10fhiinh I
THAT W. K. BOOM, holder I a* assigned
cash Clean OW.II"
CSRISTIAX SCIENCE' Since I haTe been |NW- of NaranJa ralnago I

Florida Wly-Breeaway u. fear.What t. till notice Dust Certificates Nee. I I I, 11, 11 T'.I \i mL south Alpine l>
yon like the pmx-lMtrT How II, dated the ell of Layout (of,1) I
Sixth street Sunday school II.r
at A, I), lilt, has mid f rtlfl- I|I tI
t 11:10 a, m. for pupil" under M. yon kaoweoes dant Uk' hint 1 cate. In my office and has made: FOR BALIS--Fordon !

years tt agar moraine ...vtoa.at Yaw nurr heard gulch piTMrtK application for tax deed to issue 1 I condition. O II. Shaw, I
11 o'clock. Wednesday evening You had better cones wMla In accordance with law Bald certlfloalea 'I i W. llh street and Jnd
embrace the following
meeting which Include teaUmoa you con, the time soy ome Homeitead.
described properties, altuated In I
late of Chrliton science totaling, when yon will not be Ohio to lade Florid, lo-wlt: ..
|:01 'clock. All are cordially rome, then you would give NH COt NWH of Section l>, I 11121. :
welcomed ..rthji. It yon t' lII.I RII 10God' Township II south, Rang 40 CHINESE SPINACH l'u
haiwe and hear om Kant containing 10 acre, more or ed for nle Night :
leu In the county of l>ado, Mate
t" elf URCIR ;OBKurrfluMMMrad. attars ............ I of Florida, ai embraced In Certificate reu fruit, II* each.

.-'Corn1 of Avenue Sliver rtlm n"v. H. T. No. I. The awHuunont of I guava )ulc* and guava ;
oalnea.1
i A and F4rth "'rut Bible lesson, Sunday school every I aid property issued under wa In the the said name certificate .( sun able. Monetera plants 1 :k i

11:1 a/in.. | commun'on. H:" 10.. m. preaching norvlaei: Unknown. I I Grove, tied lend. 1ale :

tint and third Sunday! of oack, K* of NEK, NI'68W'

I.i"- mouth, at 11 a. m. and f:" p, nu U, of Section I. Township 61South I|
Cllt I tCII 0. GnU Junior League and I Hang 40 East, containing 666 I
'. In.'med..1 110 acres more or loan, I* tho |
Henltwtea4L'Rev.: 'w. O. Moon, League at .:IO p. sal prayer .... .I county of J>ad., ....t. of Florida,

pa tor. Bong Mtrvloo, ':U .. tn.| tat at Till P. m. Tuesday .. embraced In Certificate No I. RdUevte tt Headache or N

," Sunday school It 10 a. 'in; B. C. Princeton 1'h. '1\.,. II. T. The under assessment the aid of certificate aid property leaned, In 10 mlnuica, checks I 1 : ;

Murphy, fiiprrlntonOoht Preaching flalnea, pastor, will, preach the was In the name of Knknomn I IKtt l.r.t day, and tho.lie
at U." m. .lad 1:00 p. m. Prayer first and third Sunday each 'month : of KH of NW% .r- NE* !|three day*. r
meeting every Wednesday 'vnlng.CHIUCH at I p. m. The Rev. Percy Whit of Section e, Townahlp IT South I|I
666 also
Rang II En" containing 10 In.abl
.worth supply pastor, will preachthe acres more or less, In the countyof 'I ";
'I OF THE NAZARENE seemed and fourth Sunday at 11 Dad. Mate of Florida aa embraced LEGAL ;
'lloMc****.-Corner Mowry Stand a m. in Certificate No: I. The :
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ft jV'. Fourth Avenue W. A.Melton. aimientent ef laid properly under I I demises--j-ManUWi; ; ;

,jMvtoiv Sunday school M PEl'fTEC'OHTALmt'RCII'' : OFTHE I the said certificate leaned was In:' NOTICE I. HEREBY
the name of I'nknown that under and by virtue
It J preaching. at It a. m. and tl ASSEMBLIES OF OOD NE\ of 8WH of ectlon T, final decree *f I : ;

p. m. Prayo, mettar-Thurdar Gould*-C. C. Maniborter4 pal- Township IT South, Range 10 Mare I I ered In thai certain eaue I
at 1,1; p. lit. A heartr welcome to tor. Sunday school at ,':.. a. met containing 40 acres more or local' In the Circuit Court of the )
all. In the county ef Dado, state of Judicial Circuit In and
preaching at 111 evangelistic ..". Florida, as embraced In ju.rtlfl-1 i county Florida, In which / '
.rte-The I
Pr1e n. F. W. leei at T:.' p. m. MId-veok aervlceiThurvdiv cote No. II. The MMnnwiat of East Coast Fertilizer '
Koehltr, "pastor Sunday Bible at ':U p. m. Everybody mold property under the said certificate I I Florida corporation li I 1
School at I: 41, J. Jl. Underwood. welcome it all eervlce issued was In the nan of plalnent. and Japer (' I '
upsrlnundtnt Preaching at 11 Unitarian. Sevalla Clntona his wife, (
Lots U to IT. Hlk 1. Section IT fendant, being Equity C... ,
a, ra, adT p. m. Young Poople J'nDBY.RI.\N Township IT South, Rang 40 ber 10U..B. Urn "" ".. 1I
Society at I p. m. :Midweek prayer Fast, containing 10 acres, more or oral muter In chancery, iIIIIOoIl"r.1
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4.- Urmmmar school
Ice. In the county of lade, state ,
meeting overy Wednesday at I by the court In laid decree, : I
udltonum The Itev. John C. of Florida, a* embraced In Certificate 'fer for ale at public .. I
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Qokelor, palter. Sunday school at No II The aaaeaament ef the highest and best J
aid property Under the Hid Certificate cash at the couth front
11:00 m.. J. !(. Holtorty, "pprIntendoat ,
issued In the name of :
EPWO01AUR was the courthouse of loads
..'.s.-.rife no*. C. P. Jackaoa Preaching at 11 i. m. Unknown the city of Miami. Florida. ,
Oct S-Rally and promo Lots 14 lo IT. Blk 2. Section IT, Ird day of November, A. 1>
rtctor. Sunday school at 11 a.
Township IT South lunge 41 !
then day exMvlMW &III be ron between the hours ot eleven I j
ea.t service and sermon at 11 a. ... dinned In the Sunday 8dioolC East, containing I* acm more or A. M. and two o'clock P.
leer. In the county ef lode. state property described In Cad .
,, EVANGELIQUi LtTHERANReloadThe A. Hold will cue a abort I of Florida a* embraced In Certificate situate In lads county I
Rov E. L. Wied- talk, and Mini Joan Graham No. II. The aaoament ofmid '"-", It. ': : i
'cO onnnann Bailor. English; services win recite "nirM'l ChjJ.Ipnga. property under the Hid certificate Lot Eight ot Block Seven I+
Issued was In the name ot
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Town ef Homestead,
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The Lord'i will
8ullda Supper '
Every second ,. at I p. Id.; UnknownITnlee the amended plat thereof ""
German services, every fourth be abets ed In the church said certificate should In Plat Book 4, page II ef 4
Sunday In each month, it I .. m. ........ be redeemed according to law tax lla ttecord of Dado County
deed will fazed thereon the let day
Tae your Bible. Ton will' of, November, A. I>. 1MO ida.BaM sale t* be had for t
FREE: MimiODlHT find ,lIMe.1mI helpful. tested thin ark day of Septam'ber pose .( latlnfylng said ..rr. t

Florida ('Itr-Sunday school at A D. 110.a DON F:. .;
B. tEATHERMAN,
USE MANGANESE General Master In
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:"f Preaching: 11:U.oc.
Clerk of Circuit Court. lade County -
.... S-,,..... 4. W .Taml,. Fla ROUH.RTS NEUfOtf.ERNFJJT'IH. I .

t will. np ak at > o'<'tork. Every. By JNO FENNO. D. C. ROBERTS.
ono h InvHod.Vo Circuit Court Seal) Solicitor for .
.OMMWM Oct .. I, 14, tl 10 .. :
extend a .clmiie to Yo Sept. II Oct. I. 14, tl
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JL font help are snake this [=: m NOTICE OF M% T1;R'S SALE ....kH.NOTICIIJ ; j

a banner year. taut Sunray NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN, IS HEREBY ''
local 1 that under and by virtue of the that under and by virtue of
wan rally day Is are* .
1I aInsl l Deere of Foreclosure rend nal decree of foreclosure .. I I I
Number __ present tied, In that certain cause pendingm In that certain cause pending I(I
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I i he Circuit Court of the .;1..- Circuit Court Of the ,'
tlETMOOMT Fl-I iCorAUI nth Judicial Circuit In and for dicial circuit In and ro

orMa tiff rimmiiinny, church I II' DOES YOUR trade County; Florida In,which R.A county Florida la bfch I I j : ::
Jailer M ecmplalnanr. and C I* JOII",. I* complainant and
h'bS Rev, J. \V Johnson, pastor Water Esther Louse brake and Holder, Edith Holder, its .
Sunday tchook 1; a. m. Mra. Nol-: BREATH OFFEND? Draka her husband ire d.- the Mill Corporation a !)'

.. lie UBlJIna, superintendent: nmchInf fendnM being Equity! Caw number -! lion Mining under the law ::::
., 10'(42-A. the nitderalgned General Mat ot Florida, are e Ib..lnll I
at 11 ra. and MO ">
a. P.
-PROBABLY Muter In Chancery, appointed I Equity Can number
Epw,rth league it p. m.Urt. .'-' I by the Court In aald decree will the undersigned general I'
t" A .H'ft" lUblo'I.: ... offer for sale at public auction to I chancery, appointed by the
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will bo ,antMlliMt at '0 e. ni. Mary attractive persons ore the highest and beat bidder for In cold decree, will offer
i ash at the south front door of at public auction lo the .
The ftuuv Mil Ifgtn bo net welcomed" at social gothdrings the courthouse of Pad* county In beat bidder for cash, *t the I
Promise pmclidnc senhes at i because their breath I I. the city of Miami. Florida *n the front door of the "
It' a. m. (Xmunvnltta men Weal Ird day of November, A.. V, 1M*.I Pads county, In the City of :
TiSO well. bad. Don't be ono of them. between the hour of eleven Florida, on the Ird day of
n. Everyone ,.
p I breath Issweet clock a. m. and two o'clock P I ber A D., 1110 between the '
com*. Mali tore that your m. tie property described. In aalddecrrr of eleven o'clock A. M..
KxlhiiM].-Ttte 'R.... George itt and Inoffensive by gargling > .11"" In Dade county. 'clock P. M. the '
15604 putor Sunday school It Flurtda, ,to-wit; : scribed In mid deer*., all"
with" ti *rlne. It combat, The went halt (WIt or the : Dade county, Florida, W-wrt: .
o'clock.
Public "'I"I1I".t U
tnfxtloni In the mouth check Southeast Quarter (*E* > of the Tract sixty l (I0) cod :
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Bpworth +- ?tae. p .4e.. : northwest quarter 4NWH>ft,* dthewent Ore 0-t erred Ile Louse.e Infection| ; end instantly d.(troy4cdoft : half (WH>r ef Ih* :TonnehU) Fifty-two ***>

''I. OIIbjPrC: "'1'1.ch'.'; ift'crt. Lamb rt Pharmacel northeiat .ntrtr (NEi\4) *f the Range Forty (40), BUM. )
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and Other A ..I.., : southwest 7 Quarter (8W 4) of Section to plat of the Florida Fruit
t, Athletics < Company, St. Lou Me. tins(1), Township FlftySlir Company recorded In Plat
ltY Miss Faolne: (..kina, I < >, outh. Range Thirty-tight Page IT. Public Record of I': ; ,: : : :
........ I (111) Kaet.Hald county. Florida" ,
|V Rock Harbor' Cnnunnnfty Cburcl.1. LISTERINEends I sale to h* had for the purpose Bald sale to be hall for
It.1 I I of satisfying said deer,". poet ef Ufylng said locre I
Jalaad The
Of Key Largo DONE. FERRET
DON IS FERHRVRA
'f. B 1. Getman. ->>i tor. Preaching|! I General Manter In Cbinnry.HilDKRTa General Master m :
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every Sunday at J:SO p. m ,! halitosis, and A NELSON ROBERTS. NEUIOXSIRKIMT'B | '

11'tNJ.H'l" X Rb'BCRTM, !: : ROBERTS I I
VLTHODIST EPISCOPAL SOUTH;I Kill 2OO.OOO.OOO perms '.
rlte 11"ri for r-ompl.lnant. Ikll"r'' .r m"I&I""ni
o M ntq noo monH.io...ad, i I" 11'1 2d, Oct. f s. U J. ,', "I i', ,. U .0..


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. Fare uf Twelve THE HOMESTEAD LEADER Thursday, October 2, 1930 _

.Kit*. charged with beta* dr.Bk'draak and dtordrly. WM. fined
f TEAM BACKEDBY I THE LIBRARIAN'S CORNER and disorderly was freed five dot/ flY. dollar Robert Rutherford .
..... John W. JOBOO. drunk, waafined charged with fighting.: gas flood
BT MR*. U k bow UB1URUXIJBRAKT Mm dollar I
1 2 SCHOOLS the dollar -----....- t,'
Two BOON were tried d'
Hulk slaw a rat brand bar a tits. B *f Mack. charged with ...... WANT ADS PAY .
GAME'
t : SET FOR MOB. Wed.. Thar. ..... Ilot ..m.1 -Cb"rlr Cliia ftrtU O*- by ;
i TBOB rrt ....__! a. m. io 1 p. m.8at. .I Earl Dorr Bl[... la bo..ad to be 1 4
t ....:..t to 11 a. :,. and T to* V. m.I popalar ainoryea. imroo CbarloyCban ;
.,.tb* xpaaaat of oriental pblloaopby -
! (-outlawed Prom Page On) ,, Now the long TBoatlo baapaaaad Thin la a mystery. ...,. FOR SCHOOL WEAR b-
m roy of Radioed will 'b* o. tho sad wo Bra (airly rtartedOB of cours bat It b ...117..1111a
moro-It la a trip around tbworld'
t told M BOOB aa school to out Friday I oar boss aeaaoB. WW yB pteae Brown-Bilt Shoes
. VOIB of CharnVa wladoaj:
to tads Coach MeOuJra.The I try to remember this. BOW libraryarhednle "What .b waaNk' write down Blue Steel Overalls 1'
Untie and notary dubs: and conform to H! That Hat of your ........." '
t hate been larked to attend tile I to not much to ask and It will rave Dexdale and B. V. Slay\ Hose '\
,. acme .. Events .( the arhaola your lime sad ... too. If you R. Ballard InjuredIn RN
have poor memory Jual cut this
the Auto CollisionRalph SHOE REPAIRING
Tickets may bo had from PRICES CUT
out and pit It to aametblnc vbero ,.
-arb; adulta. loci ...Iktt.... ....
you COB o It. Or copy dews the '
\ number of aeaoen tickets for now achedulo and put H fa y* Ballard aaatahiod bud In-
'hft..I..t'. of Miami football good eemetMjigla
..iti.a-re aloe OB aala.oacb tbto four poekotbooK.uaofal.Aad anyway.. *o| Junco la wblen aa may prove eou..1
"' McGuire iBBOBaood the I .. k
with driven
pieao do sot stand cad a ear by a
' silos>. games to bo played OBo rattle the door. O..OB though yea I twooa Prince o5. and Ooulda Bat- HOMESTEAD ELECTRIC SHOE SHOP :
arday night Mr. Ballard was gong i.
.l grounds Jove High of UlaajiLilday are tbo librarian through the window -
I' Ort 1.. O.nU High, Vrtiy silting at tho dealt.-maybe sotto with three Miami. friends. I (Next to Hotel Redland)
....... when the accident a cnrtod Hewas
.. 'x< IT Tentative arranaa.nt he' to Sometimes she. "
loea, and maybe aba Jut rita < picked ap and rushed by Wilkes -I 1---- ;
"-" have been made for g roe
,Ilk take Worth and I'ampaaond Three good book paid 111.tt _- Mnawlwblto I* Homestead It
a return same wHh MiamiBrack. *..era tbe rental shelf this whom first aid WM admlnlaterodby i
Vr 1. A. Smkb before no was II
| week: Vod Have Mercy oaSf 1i
Phur RodUad boys havo termed by Waa. T. Bcanlon. "If a CroatWar" taken to the Kendal boaplui la a
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TwBer *mb"k B B.lira. I -
Vary Lee and "Repor*
lat Pr football Bcartlco Bad here by i Prepared toServe
,'Je4a.. oMeBoBt bowtaa' BOordlBf ., How" by Warwick Deeping Ballard II... H. E. Conaor.her :
to Coach McGuire who' Four BOW book have boB Bnrrhooad ...11..4 MIn VoBoatl COBner -I
',opro that mere wilt tar out for tor UM Natal ahetf "Bait." her ulster, arrived Mondaymornlac i I
bo later ...._ Coach McGuire e>-,I Harold Boll Wright* BW book. from Calla..... riB. Inaaowor V
toBda an InrMatton to tko loealin "14 Hour by Bromfleld. This war t* a telegram seat by Her
". la watchtk boy practice I pobllahod aa B aortal under" the bolt TamerMr I I OU'J J
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mad to offer MnraatloM for bettor.m name of rod GI* and' Ballard Improved rapidly 1
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the team."By somehow I like that title better and on Tuesday ... able to leave,I
combining the Hemoatoadd the claaa to shattered and It la tk* .....!taL
Radioed lama tho financial surprising irbat B tot can happen i I : Now that the season is about to ...
pri blem will bo ..Y...- sold Mr within a small otrdo of friend .In Speeders Draw Fines !I

"McGuire I-dland. today ar Komootead"Vthll would..eltbr Just rrb 14* Bracvler hour by Robert Jllell-I I In Municipal Court,Iopen, we are prepared to take care

i .' able |o make any groataald ... I* sold to be his beat book
of all fertilizer
I --- feed and insecticide
b* able to make Bay great since "The Garden of Allah." It, II' ,
0",owing alone tbs combined rem to a story of fin fashionable worldof .I I Five, cases were tried la Mayor
.. of both should produce Bnalnf Load**. Two women love too, i.Uvlntoa court Monday .1.'". needs of the 'vegetable, citrus and
taam Both team were earn man ... you wonder why Nancy Hawkins charged with
..,*a t good start Jty IB* aervteoi they both tabs this particular BUB o apeedlna; was fined five ......... A avocado growers. Below we are
i I.ba of the _....14' Salt year who boors of hid eanquoat of ease afloat W. c. Baldwin charged
when Bniroroo and equipment, women It.. B Mary of mystery with operating: a motor vehicle; listing fertilizers materials and
'v.r. fBmlahod With this aad ant I.'....... and until the toot without lights wan 41&111'..... J f I
bo backing of the achool ttitm .'chapter you wonder now Olivia'v.a.1I1t... ..a flood five '01-: supplies which we carry in stdck atall
should be a.lf-supporting." will ever escape the not ot clrcum lara' for opeodln Harry Cutta
times.
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