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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: November 20, 1930
Publication Date: 1923-
Frequency: daily (except sunday)[<1926>-]
weekly[ former 1923-<1925>]
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regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (June 14, 1923)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1931.
General Note: B.E. Archer, editor.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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(VOLUME VII-NUMBER 23 HOMESTEAD FLORIDA, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1930 PRICE FIVE CENTS



h. 2 WINS FIRST I Civic Clubs Clean-up PlanningFor Campaign BOND HOUSE i Churches For to Thanksgiving Unite PRICE CLIMB : :}


: Committees from lire clvte A union Thanksgiving aerviswwill

club will lay plan for a concerted I r b* hold In the MpHkt Church
WEEK RECORD OFFERS PLAN IN TOMATOESSAID
clen-up week la Homestead a* M l. oVUxk on TbKhkaa-ivine:

the result of a movement started morning


!0F NEW TEAM a by Lions. B the,Livingston was Lion appointed Club a Tareday member to of Mayor get till M TO GET TAXESAccept I The Invoretlon-tbe arranged following. by- the Rv prom AeaoctatlonDoxology. Uewrg Kmbea B. DUE SOON \


touch with the Garden Club and euel.. '
'the Rotary Club
the
't ., Legion's Basket Ball Pro- eubject and Wednesday regarding he appeared Bonds and a Little Hymn Layflcrlpture*,/'"Awake, My Soul In Joyful California Shipping at

teges 'Lick Boastful : before the Rotary Club With Cash for Liens, Is Advice -the Rev W.O Moon. End Markets to Clear

Greyhounds I Garden Mr* H. Club H Swing, president of the I to City I Preyer-the Re*. .. B Wright I Up in 2 Weeks \ .

Thanksgiving testimonial eely-
Mrs Rising addressed the Rotar-
THIRD GAME TO BE BONDS AVAILABLE I ice led by the Rev. .: MeltonI CRACKING LOWERS f
, lana on the need of a clean up and i I I I .
Mat orphanage In Jackaonvlllathe
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0, PLAYED SATURDAY beautification campaign here, and AT BIG DISCOUNT- Rev. Wright FLORIDA QUALITY) .
at tire talk __
conclusion of her
Hymn, "Count Tour Blowing.''
Lutherans to Be Followed Charles T. Fucha, Jr. and Baa Let Taxpayers Pay 70% I i i i Sermon-the Rev, John C. Ookel Shippers Say Too Much i

) Wednesday by City I Archer Rotary riub'i were commute appointed to a*work the All Taxes With Bonds I i r. Water on Early
, Hymn Jeaua fame Into MyHeart' v
Nationals with till Lion and the Garden Urges Farson Plantings
'Club on the clean-up ,
. campaign
Ben.dlctlon-the Rev. 1. W.
Within the space *f ft wk two The data for the etartlng of On1 er Hom
Miami: basketball team line gone 'clean-up and beautification "week bondholder |(hu .Proposed that I cam:oa the market. JIM about a "
down In defeat before'the newly 'wilt be decided at a conference! *t 1 the eltyj- reduce' |Uv bonded In. I I sunrise prayer meeting" .arranged month too soon, and now shut the
I by the young pop'B) ordanlantlone -
organised<; Redland District team the commuter* and announced I d..bt'ellf"On4 ttcreoecttax" payments ( month I* nearly up price should
of the loeal churcheswill I
sponsored by John a Bailey poet later i by acrepttng outstanding ; Improve materially wlihln the next
b held In Legion Park atsunrise
*
; of the American Legion In the --- ,perlal aa*",Mmnt bond, together two ,woeka, tomato ohlpperN mil
first game of It* career. played on With a small percentage of cash. I( on Thanksgiving morning yesterday when Interviewed .'on.
Th service I* under the direction
the Redland High School! court FANS GET WORTII'TIIEIR I In payment af special aweaamenttax of Olin Wright president ofthe .nlnc'tll' prevailing record low
.. Friday night the Legion team The plan was outlined by prices for early Florldw hlpment -
T; swamped galley Memorial by a Parson, Soli A ('o, ($ a letter t* the '1 senior Kpworth League of the *.' toTop prima ouuliV were
score of || to U, and last night OF MONEY: city cWfc.\ which sib read at a'i.'1 Whit Stone Church The programwill : ".10 and most of the stuff
conelat ot long*, prayers, taro '
pre tile time court the Legion put I "meeting the city rtuncll' Monday brought around |1.It.
talks
I times' and abort
the K. O on Greyhound Motor night ee fellowet Florida began shipping '10.
THO MS LOSES ----- -
:Travel Bureau t* the count of It i "To reduce your cU,'* bonded i market fully supplied with Ollfor-
...rot.,,,,,,,,, ........,.-, debt and increase tan payments, Ala tomatoes, explained W. H
3 ""JtetUGflaf, Rtdland I I *e" recommend a plan similar to IREEDER TO OPEN Scott, manager of the vegetable dlvlelun .
,bourl 411w..atll'fll1h";. II meet a Football Squad to play that of the city of SL terburg, I af American Fruit truw.tre.S
,
f i. i UtfalniJti' Church DanSa Here Friday Florida. Kt Petersburg la accepting SAFETY DRIVE Inc who arrived Sunday from his
; |Df Miami On Wednesday they will Afternoon I (n..payment of special a* eaaRiant l Orlando headquarter to make a

yya..L.......; 1aI.JI4I+. Qt7. National DaD- ..,.. ,. w.r....,. tuna *|welal Mavamentbond II surrey of tho plantings In (hp a*' -
join at Rtdland of Hi city on th* following"
"it the .eh'Ool., hllln, up Into the air and diving HERE NEXT WEEK One In Company with uthcp
: "Th* Qreyboubdt coodsetendlngJy kaalat I Chandler preeldxof of Uoul.nOrowrt '
Consented play then 1w Legion completely over the 248-pound J I "Bond* due In lilt and! 111 forth Inc."Callfernla.

team '' : order t<| tie their Lake Worth center who opposed full amount of the aeeeaiment Campaign for Caution to I* now through

player a little basket practice" him Milton McOarrah scored the I I "Bond* duo In Ito for llt" of Be Carried to School shipping aald Mr. Scott, "and A*

) They* Wet back last night ,licked only touchdown for Homeeed In assessment. provided other 1% 1* I. soon a* the market are cleared of !
i t to a, frazzle by team that outclassed the football yield In cash and Clubs the etufr now on lI.n4. w.. urn i
gains with Lake
1 them from the moment the I "Bond due In JHI for IIH. I foe- look forIe".. prloewhich 1
L ball was put In play until the finish Worth on the local field Friday of assessment, provided other Safety .. the Rodland should b* In two week"
-I'I ,whistle. was blown>.. a *rnjjjpa! 1 .-L rThough I % I I. paid 11ca..'". District sponsored by the HomeHead Freed Independent 'local boyar
.b.U.T In favor 'ff17ti Lion Club. will 4>* Inaugurated -
The greyhound made a field / due In 1114 for 10% of and ahlpper expressed a similar
goal right at the Mart, but Bud ejt Lake. Werth l'IaT local' boy assessment, provided other HIS Tuesday by Mayor C. H. opinion C. T. Harper another :
.j teed, stocky Legion right forward"cam gave the visitera a rll."c., their I I. paid* In c..h. I Reader ef ),Miami who I* scheduled Homestead free lane buyer and :
*,back at theta la to* next tow m.oey.sadly: handicapped" In I "Bond due In till for 11% of!to addroa the Lien Club la Legion shipper concurred la Mr H ott'" :
second with a basket from field welthtiwlth an average line weightof aceeaament provided other 15% 1.1, halt Tuesday noon statement but added that poor I
1. that evened the .e'Or. From then JJJEP*! .*!" po nd. (kn favor of paid In caahBonda A oampalga. of safety education Duality of local shipments on arrival i
HonMetead Lak Worth the handful of Whlpt -, due In lilt for 10% will be parried to children of
i. on It wa gam Greyhound at the market added to the .
mad Only two field goal >et >adto 'wlthetandt the continual of aaeeeament, provided other 20%I the district through the public I handicap. on Florida stuff :
4 'l' In the tint half etreura 'Of fresh Isubatltutee I* paid In oaah ichoolt. Tile principal of the Red- I Th* early tomato tot too

In the eecond belt Legion put In 'drown Tram 4*>o ovfipty of If which I, "Bonda duo In HIT for 11%" of.seem land Dlalrlct'e two school systems, much ,water and, a* a result art-
:v subs for ." man but Home.In Lake Worth bad on theids hoseFlew mant, provided other 11%" la'have been Invited to attend the cracking pa from the item cut f
4 .rde.fi. t* lot all 'k* player hav*- plucky Y,'klppel* resealed to paid In caah Tuesday functions and join In the ward after being picked," Mr, Harper I
i part In the game The tub let 'a'p&lIIl1tata which. netted tl' "Bond* duo In U" for 70% *faweaament launching of the safety campaign eald. "1 put some apparentlygood
t Greyhound make four field goal out Of 44 paaae aad k.ptf ..I' provided other 10% The mayor and councilman of tomatoes In my kitchen fr \
.j : and ono foul to bring the total snappy .........od0ihe ball that'madst'fha 1* paid In cash," both Homestead and Florida City our awn table VM, and the lint
Greyhound score to II iMiaVy'lali* Worth eUrn -i The letter point out that "thl.plol.n head of chic organizations end morning they were cracked Open
r The game woo featured by tll.1 step fart to kOtlD tip with them 1* moat advantageous for the member of the Homeatead Rotary 'The fruit shipped baa bn doingthe ,

'f team work ef all L..glon'. ., Spectator ch..r.d wildly when taxpayer, who can buy bond at k Club are aIM Invited to b* prea- earn thing In tranalt, and fruit
t ;whoa persistent object wa to put a 16-yard'pase put the ball In An- dlacount and will, therefore, pay ent.The In thai condition can't pt v"ry far I
I b' the bait lav the hand of their forward el"Barraw'a hand for a "-,artS Me post due a* well *j present tax object of Safety Week la .n tile market." 9
I. ; Instead of trying for Indl end ,".. With the ball on lakeWortb'a *. and get hi. property back n to bring vividly before the public Twenty car of early tomato '

(Continued on Page Three) If yard line and Home- tire paid up tax roll" especially the fhlldravlh necee- have been moved out of South
.lead, faaa yelling for a touchdown ally of caution la both driving and
Continued o Fag Four) Pad County a* far by the Florida i
the whistle announced the end 6(1|I walking.It .
.t Krause Shows Bidding best Cast, Link Spencer, com.menial
the tint baU and abort the In
out
boca out that
baa pointed
Hunters Hie to WoodsOn agent for the. railroad, a4
For Festival Dating play. I In .
increase
spite of the alarming havealso
eater day. Severer carload
y
:. In th* fourth quarter with both] Opening; of Season the,number of death from aocl b*** .trucked, to Miami and I
Benny Kraus, operator of a team to a deadlock on Lake dental eaueea,. yet lea year among shipped by boat. Tb* average
etwnlval aggregation Including }l Werth'., ono yard lino with four' 1'he Minting reason opened today school children there was an II price received boo ba littto moro ,

f' showy In addition to conceeelone, downs Anee Barrow crashed Into -, with a rush for gun and bag per seat decrease la Occidental then enough to pay tile freight ,
Made a trip front Jackeonvtll today the line twice without aucceee, and a general.hegira fof the' woods deaths duo t* the campaign of education
to open negotiation lo 'ahow While fan shrieked encouragement end glad**, garau> conducted la the Seized Ait
0 : liters In cenaoetlon with the, fifth Dad groaned la despair Milton Th*'. ** **n'. crop oCaucka. ackoota, .Two )
,, : annual Redland District fruit feetlval McOarrah mad hi* famous iiaailr. deer, turkey squirrel and A. program of music and other Of Firing 100-GaLStUI ,
In January leap for a. touchdown brulalng the 1II ,*.1eo god.atocordlnaT to Roy intci aUanat will b* provided at I
and
" :" Mr., Kraua*' appeared befor .a Lake Werrti center' nil wllla'illa DqtMt,':toei. "game warden., i the> Liens luncheon Tveeday Any Two' whit 04M a lydsallonstill },
.
Joint Meeting of the fruit festival knee a*' he posted over blm. 'H* "80 ears to get your license, persons who deelr*' lo ..U.n.lIt were soloed Tueeday to raid
executive board of which George finished the good work by kicking and by all mean do Dot exceed the luncheon Are asked t* get la touch it the old Burton bomtad 0*
; .., !W Turner, Jr. I* chairman, and a pretty ono- for the extra point a bag limit, for this mean a fine anda with the club president, W J.Ftok. Halnttn drive .,conducted, Constable -
the district chamber of commerce few minute later license cancellation for the rest H. M. Cook *M 'Chief of j

V tbl* 'afteraoon, and before leaving Rtckard Rodlaad) >ull.d off tf the seamen," U Oeteen'. Advice, Police Henry Peter ef Homestead
signed a contract which ho left for ammo Boat defensive work, Robert "AU non-reetdenta mart bar Moves and Deputy fherlff Hay timelier
s K*. the 'further consideration ot the Rbr played a good end. aad licence to flak U fresh water! ," he Auto Its Agency tad Earl Carte of Mte"" Twiflyen
,', festival sponsor -and their wits- Asset Barrow1 offensive and defenaiv. : idda.' "I.u 'ar entitled to tub Into Citizens Bank House barrel of mash wore de-

'::i Mate signatures U M meet VISA work r* the backfield wa without a 110I... only In the it royed.Two J
;- their approval. BtttataMlng empty In which yon Uva." n rrombw auto license tag men, Qullllan., Mllleon Aimed
'" Tb* festival oonunltto and the The lad same ef the common will Mr Oateen enumerated the allowan agency baa moved Into the Cttiaea Jo Taylor, ftatdcnt of this die
chamber of commerce have de- b* played bar with tfenla Friday .*a. for a legal bag a. follows Bank building occupying the quarter trill had just Melted to fir .P :
'"' tided t* accept tile proposition offs Coach McGuire announce the : "011. door buck only) In formerlycard by the bank the allll when the oftken mad
t, *. r McIntyre and )(. J McOowaa blowing team ride. A. Barrow one day, with a eeaaon limit of Fan for till win not g* on tale m raid. They attempted to t
"I' Miami promoter, for the and Retirees raokl**, Robert sad two deer two turkey la one day. until Dee. 1. him B. A. Froecher Mp but wore caught after a -haa*
Damns of display spate in tilt Dandy Free and Kkkard (Red with a season limit of flea tur- ..,.. but persons sod firm having rough the Woods They were
Main festival tent. The promoter tad); center. Hamming (Red- bPI II quail a day, with a eeeMai Moro than ...*. snores ..eblcl* may taken to the county Jail la Miami

are to get halt ef the net proo4a; la/id' ): rollback. Mparkmaa (Red- limit of SOI quell and II file their application now to orderto following prallmlnarr trial last
of apse*, sold after th* expanse and, halfback;; U. Mcflarrah and ducks, II snipe, I* coots and II avoid congestion when the actual night lo await trial to alert of

have bees deducted, 'orrytbi; jOarterback, Wynn rat enttlrtel la *n*"day," eats. wtarts.iia"01. mimes.


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pro" x0room NOW A4 ,.... Este"sm; c-tatti a an JAMES GARFIELD t.

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BARBER ': 1

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IN 'FWiUDA' CITY 1 liOMSTED PORK' SHOULDERHALF


BY STOP- SIGNS I

Auto Crashes Show Need I a
Of Right of Way Regulations I or WHOLE

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Traffic atop miens hare toes,
marked at m.lftet..t- Intrrwotlona -

,In Florida, Cltyj! and pb, E
.etvarc. ,will be BtrMtr enfojrced'Counellniea 19
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DATESAP3RICOTS c
:'THM( \oe'Jtl4l.a.a.cldgwt! a IAYlk+gd fwe:4x,5uwitib ol4ar'M'M: 1' : ... ... ..,' . .. .C'Bread. ., ... : and.8uttei a'' : :
..tenono .: ..... 'J... .. '
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Tdtm. arb4tJ1 .1a/fYtAie4'IioJl':enla A. ro.VlWS.1"OR : 'StJ : ;R. "'U 1 4. :9 ... "
'. 'eral leer,. .rkh...craalM4 *it$: rrl) ''t'' ". i .... .Fpa. .
k..aoa eft.tt:+datQiUrlogaiL 4r,at* '
.... "RY'.z.a. 29c.
Dixie kid Palm atenuo .aad.at'Kom. -
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CAN8g2C
fveiut .pd'fi.l" aros4. MILK fl TALL
bars Indicated Jhe peed. ;ten itllP! : !
'ktgn.'at:nrrU)'toad.'ntuU9 t.1/ PRUNES t POUND :FoR lk: '
the rgbt'-ef" -"#. *Ur:'.'a.cpdi,1d.I .. .'. .' : : Can Baxters:

.petal; << Small Can of F"REE'J.No.:2 -Corn With
F R E E
Florida City I etreetiPelta : I
avenue at Kroni* avenue.giving Milk With 2 POUNDS BAXTERCOFFEE
' the road l. be keys. the
I' right of way I
I Palm avenue at the old IMile. 1 POUND CLOVER FARMCOFFEE 79c
giving the Male the right! .( .nr.
Redland road at Palm avenue.'
giving Palm avenue (which la 36c
Ibs. 95c
part of the Ingr.h m Highway U
Royal Palm State Park) the rightof
way FLOUR'PILLSBURY'S 6 Ibs. 27c
Caves&y.nu..t Palm'ay.nu.. Meal or Grits Lt3. 4c _
Eighth sheet at the Dixie I
Seventh street at the Dixie
Eighth Street at Caves axenueVhlrh ,.
and Redland.la a highway 10 Homestead. I RICE PEiWiND 5c Pork & Beans 2CANsi5c

BeventK! .ti;.ot lit C:>v,,..a\enue.

2 WINS,:FIRST j Blackberries Noo.t&n15c Tomato Soup 3 cANs21c

I I IOF DRY 3 POUNDS FOR
WEEK, RECORD CORN ]
PEA3} o.mac Black Eyed Peas 25c
NEW TEAMContinued I II BEflflS I
I TALI
( frcIaie One .j jvI",1 CRACKERS A1IfFgi-c-25c Salmon PINK 25C
stardom, and the goal.hooting .2 CANS
of big Butt R.e<). who stood
under the basket and toned the ..
OCTAGON SOAP- STEAKS-
ball home with Unerring illRltn4
.utter Indifference te the futu In-,' LARGE 5 CAKES GENUINE
terferunc effort of the Ore 29c N25c
hound guard The guarding of' FOR Laild ANY CUT, PER LB.
Horne and McGuire WM malnlr
"ponible for the .reyhounh POTATOES- PICNIC IIAMS-
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low scoring.Thv
JEWELTHE
POUND
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line-up and summary of last FINEST COBBLERS PER

night game follow: ...I 10 POUNDS ... 29c BEST92c POUND ......:...................17 C
On>)hour| lomeeteail I.
Harold Tf Bud Reed
CABBAGE- EGGS-
McCretdr W Ted Howard
Early t L. Campbell PER AVzn SHIPPED

Boring W renn I rf.c. John Alton McGuire Horn POUND .... ..................... 4Jt C R_ J DOZEN ...... ...q. .......35c
BubMltut Greyhound: Mr

Cain N.bb for for Reed Boring Morris: Legion Jenneai: Carlton for APPLES FAN?CYiEATING 25c BACON FANCY PER POUND SLICED 37c .
Dill
Howard Hocutt for Campbell
Woodbury for McGuire.GoalsLefton I
: Reed I from, LARGE CAN I .1
CranberT SauceBANANAS 23c BUTTER PER POUND 40c
field: Howard I from field.1 from OCEAN SPRAY i
foul, Campbell I from field; cain
I from field Greyhound; Harold
McNebb 1 from field I from; Boring field 1 from Wrenn field 1: 4 POUNDS15c Lamb Shoulder lb. 20c !I

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from Held: HrCready I from foulRetiree.
Couch: timer. Hulloairorer HOMESTEAD GROCERY J. FRANKLIN, INC.
*. Gray and Dart i We Deliver 11
KROME AVENUE SOUTH FLAGLEK
The but Coast Basket Ball 102 SOUTH AVENUE
league. ef which. the Redland District Phone IS Phone 40B1ILL1IAD"5iliOELF
Lele a team will be a mem*
b40r. bill cet under way after'
Thanksgiving Day with a regular I
serial of gamm.. The League I* -
composed of tams from FX r..II.

ferdale:Homnieal'__--I J .37


THE ONLY SOUTHERN FLOUR WITH
"GOOD HOUSEKEEPING" LABEL 12 Lb.BAG .65



YouiYESM11 OBELISK FLOUR 24 Lb. 1025. !

them= Mawlms ttil.er..d es ti.alteror ka. BAG

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Four THE HOMESTEAD LEADER Thursday, November 20.1930 j f




THE HUMID.LEI DER F1orida.Tomato. ,, e.agt\U P.26%; t",, I VVNAT tSs '

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PaMlatMXI Tbnradat .l HumotHMl *- No Mexican.Decrease Says Syrveytomato

flu.. "the dentin Dade pufeMIUo ;, ,

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go 0 .,; f oareage, M VlorlAi,
Bl 1 AUC. : .--__.__....Editor be 'abew ltl. IM"r ceee"laroMi ......1, i Early PDIAIO OwtluokGrowers $

--- --.- that of IMO. and Meiilcnn rfflouT
'i plant *f potatoes la the rot t> c A

faiered *. meow class matter In'l1 are estImated about the nameni I .lute, 6"....).' aloe, She .oa.t

Jm ,. 111 it the past office at I they ttere loom year. accordingto from *>uthf_ Teas I. and 1 mclndlng t

HonwMMd fit. leader the act. *f bulletin on the agrliuMwulentlook North eaiw4tojj' ,..". rted 1
Manl a1. I$70.YhUgtMt1CF.. I .
tw southern 9441140. nablinhel
In ottober that they Intended 1 I.1 :
fnflnvlna a cnferertf on plant) for harvest aat spring i .

$2.00: A nAB I Not to of rornm/flues rrpres.'ntlog : combined acre*** hut 1* pet Haw >?u e. n the boiler ,", meln. "it cool tr .en .ml Ju.t nl>o it \

--- ; nail ulluiul ullixe,., oxpirlt I cent largi tha*) that fearvt.d In, I| lot lln...-e that 11m. Newt o. pkllhi. I the lime you hiforgotten u. It '

Wl'KIX IildJTiftti' ; tit" .t ,hone nnd extenalOB miss,* -. iMO, which w ai the second higher to 0. r yn I I' liriHiuai. "I,0 I)frta forth Into Its ethiuitl i.iootu

'" K ot u Southern elets f ndth t tl ..-. retort!. and only about C ptr n :
..s LnMrn nc.lI l,,it ,u I agricultural .+ _o cent lee than th, .. "I.+' \ I looming a*iln In Horn 'tatl! i i vine hat become ('oiiiium.

.. '"I K I IMrglnla of Itt ,y+, Re i l tirq to fees t.tlretl pesrve yell I' are In Homvtttad tlnu the
t ,rae1Y NF. ./ ,pdr.. ., ,, ,
In li"' j''l'ln.' rl"al..wl>lt. h caries of this, natal few years
}" r"I'>' NiirlVanUmf:"JabfI ..... tfLL ,
hcorditnot ilea a tllr' ., .. I h tarn down moat or them
.' ;:Lt wNfk!MM M,lke Aaa.r- + ,....,... ,
/d'"A1N1ktMitaT1, iMtf'illM"tMo' pimlt 'Mg INf 'I4'"I'/ .awa.OsaicWsita wbtOh d.thet 1 Prank Hnntman nine has a r

t I".. tr 1.'....""9 A ..I'I..n.,,11bo. I..I""I" .I. "' elect. Vt. t\tjol of 1130 I t .rgvr melee r' "',Ames .Petal .__Imen. Mrs C P.

,.. ..... listed ..artr the ivart'tr1\- TaOOes JIor"" .I",," nt .10.- the rett- ibtotihtspnly' r ...... I J who had such a lovely
.oI.rt.. Tel
f l :
r wan IT,p &be striae ivOI i1steds%.._ \,0\1. bcaesii of .1128.-. .1lholl\I: I !I-11 ugly w short ay a fen xftrt *go baa only .1

,"o""It'p t es to m0 i Mir 00 ... of eilotd polftI0' atilt \\AII lit. IV v. t t of the smilrTr pants.
"',,"J'oh"QIt rtmNt'WI!:. ::( -tat p i'4

.,, "" CIt ...... mtt = ,r Jre"nea"en11iintsto
the ICmnl a tin fail tt ...,..

'.ruder, inn 01'\1',I .lnJ n n"'ftor"n o. the power or coneumrrs BON D 'iI "QE'I Housewives

t -onl1ll1ou.. e contklernbly. .. ......
rolllow
a' "n,lerH o Minn* pleu.*,.
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",aaBrytagAoVin hi Jet K x, "fI'"t- rn III the ...u..... ed. fb& Vfc em are reedIdtlons I OFFERS PWTO' :' <.t\'t' IRJlt: M\t ni -a

"1 ,. .1 j I.' 4aVWaalJnM nirmcuTr or iqu '" l i nutlo, \K lillllrttlunty ". n. :tl h the norm*! weather j 1 1I ;ar" a large green cucumber,
Agent c.'. H. Mcftanl because the t nj tSjfr of yie intruded which ha been thoroughly ohllled.

," ,! end Nth their fined "JO ant I of UirM ,lottiif .rp\.t .' age would |rei1t In '..lIl1atall.t GET TAXES 81m- thin With a btacutt' or cookiecutrfttr '
:t'P'WfI! I
MdWh Cell'" y Ofa1" fly InereiMd production and In
.. this : ? cut thin slices of bread Intoi!

"'hh thin U. the tint law .11 I '1'hr, toll crop RC......., ii''rl l4- I potato ,glens! belo thoe of .....tlrID' (Continued from pa ra.onr) '! rounds the also of the allce ottueumber

,t. hisd. 10 room t* tli. knowledge.. ant Tug" chi, tear Is {)tiptoed obe r'f. : !I In can union the bond companrvrotoi r Spread 'lightly with soft
i 1ST per Gant 'greater tt Late ('!o? 1'bafee'rI butter..'Place a slice of cucumber
_Iltllo. official". lh<'v maid'bet recommend
looked season and U...... cent greiltsrthan I! In view of the m.potato. ,w* that you follow dipped In French dressing between
for stricter
I a enforce '
.,,, 'u 'Of existing ...* the sharply Increased erenite I wrap In the it Jute' tatoi the carNjrlng -., thla plan and hIM uja: wecan thejllcet.: A leaf of watercress may

li ..that. MO< i.'fA J un.MIII. ..1 In then tw| ai.._ In fh",'AlHilt' \ s over of old potatoes ,Into Probably offer you a con lder.\ alee b* added Keep moist until

..era \' preventive fait mea oiwh.Hi.jf puintlnia: llll which will compel with able\ pumber o( mortal atttntnl K cup ot cream cheese

I'" I. ,,.. dlrvhee. thootlngfiroepondlile In Florid'..:::11U. the ditug l' of 1 I the early crop from the Southern bond at a ".....b1lnt. We aluorecommend .i! Pineapple (1_ leafed

ruthless and"t40ese those the fall. were orrlouriy Blatea la likely to, b* below tiorI that 1 yvu pa a' re.olu H: cup of chopped] nut

reduced (IJT b.a>.r r lni and. I I t mal bayed, on November 1. confdltlon ( b..t.ret.Ap. TAXES I'be- paid tableapoonful milk

i llnsl.. danger hunter.m the are tWd the," wont ofrPlai ,other 'weatlret damage end* f.vo..1 The Int*' crop. *r III to with eltf bonds, pro\l4ed\ % 01 t tablespoon pineapple Jules

aald "not only to able prices were TereUeiti'O' the ,.,.800.a06 bushel*: which may h*' the 'taaaa.are paid In eaah t teaspoonful sugar .

o"ltes and other |n "hooting them-, bat I[ abort trap. The fall trop Jia, apparently compared with the email atop 1.1 The letter was ordered filed for. I 'allc** pineapple

nf sport of not yet reached 'tfta'polnt llll of IIMOO.IO. pa January 1. further consideration by the counn Green or red pepper
the
ipoUrr 1
it hunl.1 of furnishing an ..r.v... supply lilt merchantable stocks on farms : |; the .nwhlle. It wn* ut .Lettuce leaves -

gn Ing' thorn This. type I M the or great hunter reason. why for the market The prices showing amounted to II.OOO.tlOO buahalo.i f dentood; the teaalblllty o* the K cup cooked salad dressing

very little change even ronalderlnirthe Next January dock are likely to plan end ha success tn Bt. Peter Combine cheese, nut, milk
and landowners
mon more are
pooling theft property against rapid lncreea In plantlun. be- ,he, about IT.t* ,00* bushels .which berg and other title. would be In.vsettgated. pineapple Juice and sugar and mix

hunter Sportsmen who have alnnlnc wRh. I 111. would be below averag > well Cut pineapple allot la
Of the Illl.tOO .p..I.1....-
WHt<.h4 huntablv are* decreaalngnil Early reports. from the Important This prtffpeet of reduced competition halve cnwiwto Spread cheeeemixture ,
ment bond laauedwhich include
.. l the reckless .rr.thool1ng of South Florida counties furntah1 doe not justify the present on a halt slice and prep
portion of the Paving. and
gnm without thought ftf tills falur lag the late winter efp" Point to I| Intention to: expand acreage In, lower another half on top aa tn making
..", lateral pond*--|l',. men
<.. are doing all In their powerto IA> intended acreage U | cent th* Gould. I aandwlche Cut diamond and
nil outMandlng. and til.004 ofthem
dlanourage this ova," larger than that harvested In lilt I This year however the price .It- triangle* front pepper and proMInto l

and slightly larger than the record nation mum not be overlooked. Po. were delinquent on July IIof edge of cheee ailxtur between

ot II Jl cheap aa at this tint year, according to the recent pineapple l..ree on crisp
THK HtJtl, >a acreage early Hgvever.tho asters are now a*
Tin
Intended acreage to' till to I time In HIT when a crop of .00.-, audit report 'lettuce with salad dreialng Six j
At the council meetingcommunication a '
(Tlw 0......) ynly nllghUy greater than the acreage OOO.WO bushes. .were being harvested : same servings. _
was road from ft
Moves, thousand children were, actually planted lest season, A !large expansion In early time to aerve.
M Watson asking It the city would _
killed In our streets tot yr 'That much ot which was lo t. In other potatoes production next
1 accept City or Homestead bond inpayment
H r-va..1 of real religion. would. earlaortloni or those supplying would b* M disastrous as It .p.n'l I
BUILT
of his paving aaement SHODDILY
surely lesson aomevihnt. that tire.'. the early spring market Ittlt lltl when hundred of
I I M,. Watson pointed out that the
rut total I* the opinion of thet prices were In general fat arable of bushels were dumped because ., .
i city of Sanford was taking special
Word and Way of Kansas City I enough to encourage acreage tarroaaeo they would not tell for enough to HOMES OUTLIVED
: ajaeonmcBt bond In payment ot
"H. I ChrUttanltr" la the headingof M the spring ot till Production pay the freight
special assessment taxea I
this timely reminder: In the tower Valley ot Intention tear Hit
The outlined Faraon MORTGAGES
plan by BY I
We belles that a demonstration Texas last year was IT percent If the reported acreage Intention .
Son A Co. to In line with a .UII ..
of real Christianity just at this larger than la lltt while the crop hro carried out In Texae
lion made severs week by I II
tlnx of the year will be extreme of Florida other than the lower Florida' Alabama l-oulnluna. HI.*. ago v

eon'fume** on tho parr of driver sat coast sections was about tho ....."P.. Georgia. North Capita 1 I H.tats A.broker Cameron. Homestead 'real ea- Com)%tent Architect Is

of iiutomotillea. especially In school some u the roar before. Acreage and South Carolina their combined Needed Protect

gone where the live of little and production In tho Imperial commercial early potato acreage
with the reduced production In HomebuilderNew
children are at take Each one Valley of California wen reducedAH .....*.0
will b* HT.T** acre lost of 14.....00* bu.he' and the -
of the** Unto live to aa dear tot l! of one-third 1M*. when the' total I
increase nearly than In
mere record In llll of 14.too.01 buth. York Kov tt-Ten* oftboutaad ?
some. father and mother *. our'own In 4 he second early acreage In HI9reunited for these state wa already -
acreage elm An Increase In Southern early of American home*. a
children are to u* and one In a'corresponding Ineroaeo above"normal. The lower
potato production I* not Improbable erected by speculative builder*
moment; of eareloMnoaa or reckle In production bringing thelowest Valley of Texas is'tgsin planning a ,
even It acreage Were maintained during the last fw year and pure 1
' *ea* may reuse years of .offering' average prkIn recent considerable expansion, this time
I at the III level and an chased by persons *f moderatemeans. .
or morrow or hoth A brandof ,...... The acreage In three states above II per cent Other section Increase In production seems practically are piling up repair hula ..I.
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Christianity. however voclfer.one South Carolina llrorglft Mlatlaalp of Texas Intend to Increase acreage certain U present planting .before their mortgage are paid

la In doctrinal proclamation pi and Parts of 'Tessa other than t per cent making an Intended Intention are parried out This condition to revealed by ;i

cornea far abort of tu..l.f l.ower Valley ban had o markedupward Increase. *f U per ....t for theststst Pool. rroai ri* mat The American Architect, leading '
Christ If It to not<< reflected hi *arefalneea -> tho .theacreage
trend. It appear that In the ether *
For
the mine Mate a* a whole national publication. which had In.
not only far the rights ofoth.rd. supply available front thoae own ch. W lawnded are a.* the following price Influence*'maybe lusted a nationwide movement MImprove

but for their .....P".n4' In a.wermal year ..* the roaentacreage MMWC Florida J* per cent .... expected t. operate In llll housing construction 1

well-Osetng. be_ to moro than ran areas: an Increase of II pet cent. renramore may have somewhat According to Ernest Eberhurd I

be marketed at price! satisfactory la Alabama: UlotoriPPl 11....
i more money to spend eat potatoe managing editor of the magaalne
NO! $4'MPIG" Slabs rrr IPHT to the grower IxiuUrtana.lt per tent North ,
rent than at present (November lilt there are two principal causes for

FORMAN NATIONS ; .wales V...... Carolina It pap tong and Paula but probably not .* much duringthe what be term the hocking loan

THIS MKXICAM WUTC .COA8T. Carolina J percent. Growers re- .
The more popular piano Urged movement of the 11 early laffered by Innocent purchaser of t
Tomato acreage to estimated about Georgia IndP-ate $ echsngsh .
Conirma for eitlntf rtdof petal rrop. Competing tupply of Jerry-hulU home.
; upon ,obtainInf the tame a* hit year' Abort sixty across.Tirkla late crop potato will be light but "Competition among manufacturer .
surplus" farm product and -
protttable price at horn. ] per cent of thla acreage WM ID 13* and IMt probably not much lighter than tn of building equipment,"

called 1\ for the dumping of the suet' planted prior to the find week. la [ AUhoogtt 1,11tol'" per "''*'' the spring of llle. On the other art )l'r.' Eberhard "haa become

> it-ember Fairly planting are cannot now b* foretold tt to necetaarf *. i hand the tendency to take ad. too' frequently a matter ojT price
oif foreign land aj m hat.vsyOris.J j jprtc
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rtH.la are generally in n Mfifg greater es thaafi 'Wop rltuatlon Indicated by Intentlon Aa4 whets durable, well-node
the EquaJuKtlon fee
loaoeo;lit exports would bo ....P..I' There will t>* name 1011.i Avers* yield for the eight to expand early krreag by equipment to oted. It often U

cork available tit? ahlpwent I" 1Ifa .II 'Vw.ln..imblnod"' Mfrs 1* per tend will,,;(together .with, rained by faulty Initiation."

tho Biport paMlho IVbjntiire lowoa plan ont thelgov.rlment o( I Into November and e,,!tF>'twtoIlll. relaihely. high ld ItU, lilt and '! probable higher averag ill aide. far Xndlvldutto building their own

the Income!! from duties on Im-. I be,. The bulk, of tint"'me\tment, ; toKperted lolltrn.: J, ""I..t below normal i tull Ta a lall*, early crop; Larger home are liable to lot through

4 I Iport. ; b. acre.ge In i"r., in i a bdlI'lliMleMriy crop* la the paM have: ,.jbreutht 11! the** Mm two factor. Mr. Eber

,the Intoniied '' of ,..ft..J.nva"t.. aa 10' \saw In" florlda and Virginia'W' la )*m ller. total ffturn' than small bird point out. Ito,.<) clnre .(Ml
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well protected per cent .f tot' 't'oq} t1"a ",1iII'lit.' """ rattly '11..11I '''Wopif, 'an* ..Inrrer crop In Mine dorm of I / *(>t- 4
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b I.lt.y.* art The I Lem Journal j, year The crop to all planted and yields. In tnfl. In piorth and may also b* expected to .... 1011 I 111.4eIded rep the home-ewtitrt\ '

) niOBtV ....... Foreign la In a healthy condition Balms of goulh Carolina howoter yields a smaller total money Inrom. than yet competent archnoeu"" itt .,.. .'

In into" It(M. t. mrured aurrtclent IrrUrJttoo hnxo been relittlt,'ly high tn the ihit froth B smaller crop trill tb 1'- "I* the only dl.Ujt c* ed Judges
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t. tnlriq. hB r their ow g firmera.rmltdttmplnc I watr\O'" the rh.era The arr... !' just three M'ir>. It le th,.ref"re4uti "tire the tower lite or I.uslaoaaiui.1 Thf otrcbltcrt I* th# nikr who *oa4*
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toWt IIT..l'I1'.h. ago pkBWi to winter uotitbloe I > 'tea'tr ylrlUa In6oi11e 00u i InodJIY prlctk.. In icrnyal,0o Allies the building I* tte'entltair.ithoikt .

( rive* no Indleatloa O. thjr <"I i Ilion"{i itt Pft",1. M.i.llir.. tingle'tf n .. tariff one'Mhewtlra6w :
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a done" ,,*,fII..L Hblpponjkd grew .. Yl. "'*''" '>rIde .''*fin Ull ft high *. thoae of .. wtocUon of product* U !idle.* ..
In force m ,
principal market I ire, aatuilpato' heavy ruling. **- :" 'lnrf Ttmlnto "I"men, tillf ." 11 ;" 'I'ft ta ari111nrt10y *onto ol
JlIiI'O..n enthu-* toot serially of tama'.... Jn.'...'.f Vr ij| j per Pont" of, h.' ktt. crop ahown: ,hy Oif ft thatjbl year and: "",v..r timg to bee by permit
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blow; 0I. "" Ikp: the meet cllmtt ,i J o market their Crop a( a prolht7! h* nl..,feat f.>*1> win prodaceO 1"1'I IThe the .rk*. lr llctober :'';wle tint Inferior work.,and equlpmfnx.I .
IMI umper7oSaps to :
In the face of a Maher tariff and IH* product hi what but ,-'Af with ap bal 11J1'.I"1 -l.\h* tot analysis ha to the lines

't..,, i l\JIOI ctatloni the tthe market will i nine at.ire* tn-ludins Virginia. totaled th< atme, alp crop th* Price who !matt tab the bl&nu fair

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The car is longer, lower and modernly smart. equality or increase Chevrolet's traditionalThe

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Phaeton .............$5'10' Coach ........... $545 with rumble seat$575.
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I ntUA TOPIC von China can claim the origin of theflower. DENIONSTILtTiON: CLUB J A. King Mr*, n. K Edwards. :Mr*. ..

W. M. 1.. MEETING At any rat the carrean- TO STRESS HOSPITALITY B. F. JarutMr*. )V. .Uo HaoM Thq "Os! t ware, ?h'.. .1, 1
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The W. II. C. of the First Baptist themum I* the Japanese national / Club hoetesaes for the year were Mr*. W. Haa5e .,,Junes i*t Florida, M"W'I'a > ,r*. C. BFogle. Eicbeabbrge.
Church! mt yesterday after, flower and the emblem of the announced Friday afternoon when I City, Mr*. Jf, tC 0-,. Mr*. Pace,' )lr.. Ai: Mrs Mary Ep.

t boon In the church with Circle Japanese emperor. It ha been In the Homestead Home Demonstra-" Mi* Brookor, and Nine PratV 5TeTHiRTYTV.O pereon n. J. ... Holnmy, Mrs.

\ On in charge of the program and I cultivation In Japan for ','0fl year l|ties Club met In the Baptist Sunday ..JfI-BOOKS "'. A. W.M,,,, Vlcker. Mrs. Oott, Mrs,
and Mr*. H. Grady Smith preald- and In China It dale back before school building. Lvivltt.Mrs.' c. N. Henderson *nd
GIVEN BOOK @
Inf. The topic for consideration.; the birth of Christ. Hospitality will be the keynoteof I Air!, kllUWEn < Mrs. 1ti'-T. Burr. Mr*. Crook ....
w**, Condition 111 China Today." "The flower originated In the th* Horn Demonstration meetIng Thirty-two book were donated a visitor.
The meeting opened with a act*I ox-eyed delay and It ha* taken the this year. Th* following Monday night when the JuniorWoman'
The Heir City" by Mr*. JohnOekeler beat fforti of French. English hostesses have been appointed: Club Of Homestead save The Calendar
a book shower at the clubhousefor
accompanied on the planby I Chin and Japanese and other December Mr*. Margaret Rosier '' .. ""e..ewe..e,..
ehorticulturists the benefit .( the high school
the world Over to and Mr*. A. R. Mayhem January
Mrs. 1. D. Rdd. The devotional ; library. Noy. 11-Th* Polnclana Sewing
wn conducted by Mr*. .. K. create lie preeent form. Mra.,, O.,.JwHackler and Mr* Lei Mrs. L.r.;] .. 8911'11municipal librarian Circle wilt meet with 'Ire. BeulaaD
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Fitch from reading In CalatloMassisted I The chrysanthemum has many H. Lehman; February, Mr*. T. J.Letcbworth ran aan at !:,. a'clock.Nov. .
varieties and a steel rang *f col- and Mr John spoke ** "Books Mr*. I.
by )fro. Chwley Saundcre, Victor
P. McLean accompanied II-Mr. and Mr P. B.
sang on
Mr*. L. A. Wise. Mm. Vets Collier or; every color being represented I March, lira. Frank Skill and Mr*. Bird will
the pleas by Who Ann Polk. Mr*. entertain the Thursday
f and Mr*. L P. McLean. /except blue. There are seven chief Henry Brooker. Jr.; April Mr. Bruce Club
type In cultivation, the ilngl th* William Bradley gave a reading
Mr*. CollUr spoke on the tetructlve >-> T. T. Bowen and )11'1I.. r.nt
.. and Mrs B. A. Fasts president of Kov It-The Angle Monk A, .
Forces at Work In Chi .mon.. the hardy pompon, the May Mr*. Fred Fuchs: June Mr. t.lllarjr
n." and Mr*. Catherine Plekard refloxed which U the moat pcpu- emma Moser and Mr*. W. B. the sealer club gave a aborttalk' Of tile Nsranja Chapter .f
dlMusasd the "CoMtructlvo Forces t Jar In exhibitions, the incur, on etui work. the 0. E. S. 1* sponsoring a duct

at Work In China." I which has petal with a.....Hobson. I* After the program a social hour at, the Guild Hall

Mr. McLean sang "Tho Pearly I curl the hairy *r ostrich plum an open date; September; )l1at was enjoyed while member of ;Kv.: H-Th Mission Studyclaw

.f 0 City with piano accompaalmentb .'type and the Japanese type which Josephine Pratt and Mrs. M. refreshments of the White StanChurch

Mr*. Redd. I grow* In fantastic form. Wollam and October. Mr*. will meet In 'the church at I:*"
i Dan wore mad for the cervices "It was as late a. I860 before. Link )lira .. A. King wa hostess n'cloalc.
western hortleultor turned U Increase CLUB TO IIFJIK TALK Nov. 14-Mrs. T. J. LetohwoHhwill
for the Week of Prayer the fir. Friday,
"'"II!; In 1>eeeM\>*,. tlrcla On*I the 'prodvctllin of \hernnower Mr*. Paul Sear, president 11 of the I OV 8OCTH AMERICA"South : enteHaJn'tb Comu Club si
will '$*". chare of Montla,'* pro- *. but now the AmericanChrysanthemum Dad County Home Demonstration America" will b* the subJect the home of Mr and MriGhen
society list over of the talk to b* given by C. Victor.
Circle Two the
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Council demonstrated Christma
1 1,000..rIaU..." A. Haines of Redland at the guest Nor. II-The Rain or Shine club
<1. .A.'a on Wednesday Circle 1
wreathe mad from Floridadyed
Thr4 oil Thursday and Circle I After Mr*. Dnlf* talk Mr. Dun day program of the Woman' will meet with Mr* Margaret Ito-,
s asati In color ,
top served teals the garden Engll -* dl/jerent Club,pfjHojnestefid Tuesday nightat a1\l,. '<: *
i F-ou, on FHday. W, I lied
pecan and bemberg cotton material. A '
,h style with cookie' Scotoffee. b 4:00 clock at the club house.Mr Nor. IT-TIle WjO.: w. will
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ThM present were: 'Mr*. H. B. $ Mr*. H. at; y of MI- ,
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ami spoke on "Th> Modern 811
I ). Those present were Mr. an d!I houette" and demonstrated the William Dunlop will put on a It-Mr*. O,.'I. iracklefMrs. .

Bert Andrew. Mr*. C.'N. Walker Mr*. Dunlop. Mrs. Ewing x rte Qrdclan 'foundation garment stunt. Community singing. and a M. A. Berger and Mrs Harry
Mr*. Plckard. Mr J. B. Pities Sherwood Hodson Mr' *. Byrem stressing its healthful qualities. good octal hour are '"1ml..d. A Hiner will be honuscea to an
Mr. J. R. Chsmbllss. Mr. Sell Mr*. C. B. Butler, Mr*. Ban. Mr*. silver offering win b*.;taken.Th American Legion Auxiliary benefit -
Polk Mr. T. T. Bowen, Mr* W E, A. Ennle' Mr*. Ora Hell, Mrs.a Price will b* given to the two public I* Invited to attend bridge part In Legion Hall/

I). Ckr. Mr* 3 T. Martin Mr*. H. Bteffanl. Mr W. H Well; women who are "the beet nemesae* the guest day program. Pod 1-The Redland P.-T. A.
aid Mr*. Arvllla Booth. at club meetings this year and te will meet In the Rtdlaod Farm
T. D. Plcho, Mr. O. %. Oault Mr*. the
club member WEAVING
bringing thegreatest IJS8TRCCTIO.N8
J. T. Vann )In. Smith Mr*. O. C. Life school house. '
number Qt active mmber GIVES AT CLUB MK1CT1XO
Radford. Mr*. J. N. Flaming Mr*. AUXILIARY BRIDGE Doc!'Tb* Supper Bridge Dub
Info the club, IntrvcUn lav weavla and '
H. M. Cook Mr* B. A. Stafford. "GIVEN will meet with Mr. and,,Mrs. Car
k PARTY THVRSDAT Member who handcraft wa* given by Mrs. W. D.
are entering article Deden.
Mr*. J. Lewis, Mr*. C. R. Bigger'
Mr*. Ccll Hook and Mir Josephine Legion Hall wa gay with marl- In the rug and handcraft exhibit Perry of Miami at the all-day Dec I-The Woman' Club of
Pratt. I' gold Thursday night when Mrs.H. In Miami today and tomorrow meeting of the Princeton Horn Princeton will give a benefit

H. Ewing, Mr*. Lawrence I are Instructed to label their Demonstration Club Inb.. Wo bridge and 100 party at (ht club

OCKISTMAS THEE FOR Woodbury and Mia Ruth Fox, exhibit wltb .,J", label ,provided man' Club been" Mcnday. house. .
WHITE KTOSF CHXllCH were aoetesm to an American by Miss P.*sy JJertod, CountyMorris Dec. J-Tb* Princeton Home
J The Worker Council Oth* Legion Auxiliary benefit bridge I Demonstration agent; '*n(1 towhile; ; Demonstration Club will meet In

'I White mono Methodist Church met party. bring them'to.)h"" liom* of Mr. bi.! *,. hwglng,dU\mats and etc. thdtWomap'0! 'Iubbhouse.Continued .

Tuesday night at the home of Mr. 1\Iro. J. -D. King won high More Frank Hausman, chairman of the were made front silk and cotton ( on Page Nine)

md, Mr.. Paul I. RuselL for ladle and W. H. Phillip high exhibit committee

1'1&1were mad for the annuaF I.cor* for men; Mr. W. H. Sheffield iir Hauaman, who attended the

I J!,' Christmas tree Jtelebratlon low score for ladle and O.I '.nlogf MoBMyDemonstratlon Coun- HAIR .SHOULD BE TRIMMED

which will bo held at,)lnv church A 4ackWr low, feast for 190.IAU W metlngln' Miami tecepVy.'

1 en Tunday. Dec. It a,. till .. W. JitI", )'theney. 'r i are.... S of the meet n,:' ,

o'clock. The general$)Dominltte* 0, a.Im Mrs, MeAF-bergrr n wi: ; u* committee thairerTappolnted ,EVERY TWO WEEKS
In Charge of the program In: MrS: AlJr. r ry (net w ers n cr.._ : : 'hlrt., .

I C:. | Mayberry, Miss Esther Llv- of the table Mr. Haucman; record books Mr*. To prevent an unruly neck line and to always

ingston. Mia' Elisabeth Wright Ito cream and home-made Hackler; food. Mrs. Cosier; conservation -
i ,1001 I L. Burton and M*. ftuseell. oak were cerved.Mr Mrs. V. M. Qrennell; present a well-groomed appearance, have your

I, A(..r the business meeting r.- *. Hackgler and Mr*. Hlner garden and lawn. Mr.. 8. A. King. bob reshaped every two weeks.

:'reahitienu wr served and the will be hostesses at the. next Auxiliary Thou present were: Mr. Skill
lonYpaiy enjoyed a social hour. bridge which will bo given lira )Moser Mrs. Rosier Mr*. J. HAIR CUTTING SHAMPOOING
Other* present wore: Mr*. J. L. Friday night, Nov. II. Instead of J. Moore. Mrs. H. Grady Smith. ,
Ralnlfd, Mr*. J. W. Avery Mr Thursday which U Thanksgiving Airs. C. T. Harper. Mr*. Redd, Mrs.Fuch.yatct .

Charles Slmmona Miss\ Amelia Those present were: Mr. andUrs. ?, ,,Upke .1lr\,,J. O. AND.. FACIAL MASSAGING
i Wright, the Kv. L. E. Wright and Qeronlmo, Commander and Wycng, ,),iN.: S. )t. plndei#Mr*. 9 'AND13ENT1.EIIEN I I
<'arl Tweedell. Iro. I M. S. etudatlll, Mr*. \l. A."Swanb "':. (FOR LADIES >
Rb.II.,. Mr. and Mr. Shot
Mr .J. O Moore, -Mrs. Annie
LOCAL \\'. 0. W. WOMEN field. )Ir. and Mr*. EmersoSchrader n, Schneider Mr*. Wollam Mr*. J. II. BUSH'S BARBER SHOP
of Goulds HOW) DISTRICT OFFICESSeven Hook, Mr. Lehman. Mr* Hack
lame* Vann, Mr and Mr.
members from the Honieteaj er. Mr*. Letchworth. Mrs. BtMsey.Mr .
Itack!.". Mr. and Mrs. Paul Rue.11. *- It NORTH KROMB AVENUE
drove I IIuJIJtIIIIIIIUtlllllillllllllliltlllillllllllllllil1111111
were elected to effi11 *. Bowen Mrs. Hobson Mrs. ..
when Mr. and Mr*. M. D. Hartman. -
attended the
they aeml- Mr. and Mr, A. V. Phillip. '..11I11...........,..............................".u.uuu.uuuw_.. m__
annual
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Woodman'district Circle meeting hold at, f Palm the Mr..and Mr* Hlner.. Mr. and Mr*. / { 1i111UlUII n 11IlllIfillU1111111fJilIIIIIIIIIIIII1lfllllfiflllllllll111{ {(( { ::

Grove In Miami Friday, Gatchcler, Mrs Herman Bchlegel = t
Mr )kfr*. Thomas Evan, Mr*. George
*. J. T. Martin wa elected ad-
Turner, Jr., Mr*. D Baahor, Mr.
\leor Mr Thelma
Radford
: junior I
I supervisor: Mr.. B. O. Branch Frank Morris, Mrs. Frank B. Rue Correspondence IIa.
Inner sentinel, and Mr Dexter Mr*. W. R. Crow, Mrs. Joe King,

Smith JIM W. D. Coker. Mr*. Winnl Mr*. R.' H. Worley, H. A. Cameron
Lee Bowen and C. T. Harper. A. DaLnrfer *f >
l Mr* W ry;
Rhode, auditor Florida City, W. A. Phillip and e.ffi .

Five new member were Initiated Allan Neal and Mis Anne Polk. Nothing: tells more of your characteristics than the way t

Into the local PolncUna Circle at your correspondence reaches your friends.
a meeting held Thursday night CAKE AND CANDY SALE i fi

Thoee admitted worst Mr*. B. A. TO BE HELD SAmtDAT
Stafford Mr* Hattl Conner, Ml** A cake and candy sale will beheld Our STATIONERY department is most complete. Our ;

Bum Chamblls, Mia In** Branch by tin Live Wire Liar of the
and Mir Tbelma Rhode Whit Stone Methodist Church 5 lock embraces suitable STATIONERY for the most casual note, M

GARDEN CLtB ELECTS front Saturday of the afternoon building at formerly I 'clock occupied In the more intimate messages and, if form requires, the more formal I 1

OFFICERS MONDAY by the Modern Restaurant correspondence.

Officer were elected and Mr*. -
Newt. O Ball spoke en "Chrysan
themums" when the Garden Club 666 Be sure and ice our stock before you decide on your next, box.THE .

t mot at the hem *t Mr*. William

Dunlop Monday afternoon. .
Mr.. H. H. Ewing wa* re-elected I* a doctor PrascriptkM for I 11 11II

president Mr*. Thomas Brewer COLDS and HEADACHES ".

was riveted vlce, -prldnt and It to the most speedy mnnly know* DIXIE DRUG

reta Mr*.r)A.. M. Byrom was mad roe 666 also in Tablets ,

Ira Ball Illustrated her talk

with colored plate of chrysanthemum :
grown In the Mlaeourl. John B. Tower, M. D Our stationery and Sheaffer fountain pens make a happy combination i

Botanical' Garden and with real
poctnien. taken from Homestead X.IUT 55 for writing pleasure. J
garden ,
moire M
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PQtryai>theorem, fancier are PtllHIHfHIIHlIIlIIIIIIlllIlDlllnnllnHIIIIJUJ y
ftllt nl..p.ll.* Whether, J**** ort IIIIIIIflIlIlIJlIlfRllillliIIllHl1 IJtll (lIlIlIlIIft

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BL" Thursday, November, 1930 THE HOMESTEAD LEADER_ Pare Nine



I ,'Nearly 90 From Redland District1." : 4ifIw.. wlr t14.ft rt'"leyltsteaA OF nus our, fceaneU -


ji 11Social 4 Events I Ii" I 1 Attend F. F. Father and Son. Event'I adorelup apprvelation many. te art all these of Kind who


I! ap Ii. ........ft and
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., { A Hade county unit of the Fuj j jDelaaey. Billy tWMon.I : 0Mrited lovely flsWrt ITro e* the lllneg
( '
-- 'I I ture Farmer ef Florida wa oral N and death of our beloved hu.l>iiml
<111 and c. R. Outer1d.
(Continued from pat eight and bring ,.0.1. a plate, a knife, I gantaed In the aadlteHuai or the I Ij I George and rather

. .... (-1 ACrt: ORGANIZED i fork, a SPOON and a rap Supper' j Dade County Agricultural High I I Koa-l and A. i). Foarlv, Eager r tUTTW rWIfMi *JH FAMILY.

.." 'r PARSONAGE TI'IWDAY: will be served at 8:'0, after which School after the rather and urn I ir mr..ell and J. W. CanpteJI.jI tu1u.ft

E:,. The HI Iue of th!- Whitej.gt.ne the company will\ go to the church I banquet Steen to the MotneetMd I Ref Morae and W. D. ..., : duI.

uniro.. Methodist Church for community singing and a nhortaddreiei I and Redhead I. Ilarrle41111vorce0
woe or- I chapter of the F. F I{ none Am.. and Ha+ey l kneel.
\ ganlaril Tuesday at the parsonage b>' the pairtor. the RoDeuel. ,', ''Ii' by the Agricultural High School ,

and ,fey Olin Wright president of the I-emon City chapter Monday. I j Ronald Kerfeol, Leroy Chamber I Left to_. .

w" "senior Leu". i, The purport of the county or- I land N. I.. Clumber. Rudolph Had a fire.oi .
electe Goaaman and Willy Chamber, >l a fai",
ootmolU' yrn on So
. Jason Atoll was 'LASS ganlantlon la to We** the vnirl.cation i j
- '," PATH I |1".1 0tIt... and Rey Onteen. Br- Been rtete4.
IIAH
"or Amelia
nn ; ounrllor Other office** Mi. I,U > \\iio neat Berrwcker and Prank Deenecker Been jour gout
< Clasp' prcnnlcilIh. the count lJI\aler At leant
, I :. :: : one Rattey Macry and R. W. Lest )VIA 1 toil"n<<.
wee ", are in IM clertPd.latei I piuvt mi Snn.livliuu' Hi" yell meeting; a month I* planned Mem. '
wing The newly formed league la un m N?, Cln... oi the White atomMethui'lM hers of the Homestead chapter Mace Jrm Anderson Jack FletyhI Bought n ttew home
of the fo, ioite I' In-j I Paul Cox and O A. Ton limj Met n th an secid"nt.Pulped ,
the nuper\Iftloit Chuiili
rash : Aar had u rithem'lta 1(04 the newly organtaed unit to ,
j itett Tarter and H H Taylor. Rue- >our cliUkenaFl.ctcil
ua ineltldes young ftnopli'! ) hold Its tint meeting In Home ;
I tin
.11. from III to 10 year of age. Thleur"1 ; Mrs J, I' Anderson welcomed I 0",4.IA i) ctinber.Fiftyfour sill Mick # and I I. HUM, Harry iu of ra
chili
III aanlo.l I a new
days t : will m..et'e.... Huodiiy the lathers In a short adUre- The Future Farmer of I Wright, Charles Hack and DanielMnlllaa. TILt '11EB'SPhone

'hiesanlns<' at *
ourch. ai.a Anita ttnilth and i Hom td Chapter werei iwo m
I Ant'lnett.)101e morning on pedal i"sslrl" for!

-. .t- t, The young seepW prccMt worn curb gale one of Beth Parker I Lemon tIt to attend the met-j i Bishop Jr.. sad Leo Mh..m Cllt.I __." N. WakvflaM agrl' titorntInetru ,

the )I. "kilO' a* erg a|\l gad were: 'n tnlh""II"f.on" reading, Ing. Ten father. aacempanUiJ the| ford Campbell, Haccld Campbell, t: .i In tll. 'JromMteid and

La4udy 'j 1 Vim Ir.I:: kn tyiy 4:1** Ellnbtth 1)0"I.JI, Hlury "f 1 I' ,inn mil lllii hey and the rest welt up on a |! Billy caves and W. tt C*vea, Early Dtelhnal kith erhnolt

<- t, Afla Rolle OU>UMlsx rather mil I "In l'ul.U' I Foot- special I afternoon bog, I I Bendy, Ed Barnes Eberett Shooter

., I I',lyn Smith. Atsae. Rrtelle I irtejn," Mrf Ohm Vn lor auin.acconiimiilvd I In the morning the boys In.( and Hr J. B. Tower, Russell Walk.er .

rich ;pool I. Mien B1H: dldlof,, Mine j h\ \lr. .1 I H. \\'. .bmerat epveted 'toe Mils Johnnie Walker William IHJ.TESTIMOMAI.STHAFRC

::10 t;'Iltnrvt Nottl, :t.rIWrlcht., Ja- tin. i.iiino white aWoke l. .. 2.IIId the_Pooch, Lester flmlth. Amos MeM,
Olin Wright The fathers fTharley Olenn and R. Glenn, MM*
;yon A' cry and prevent wen: 71. v
rth N11 o Ttow sleek and Walter Beck. aWj
M llljlui, Guy Kindred I':. A. Kn- a .luncheon. In foe
afMrnoon [
I.t they j May, Jack Brannon and J. Braii-
nAM'LITi 1'0Tfl''I) Ills. .1 H Roberts d W. Bmllh. i ,
ten'tub JJ. Y. P. r. MEETING j J. O. Wynn, L. I.. Wright and John of were the taken Dade on an Inspection tour|I ado, Cartoon Kindred "and Ouy
County Agricultural
.
Kindred. Walton Dlxon
ElmerSullivan.
Fifteen Homettead Bnptlet are Bohouse.MKTIIOI. fturm
vit.narln* IA attend the semiannual ,I -- High School Stewart Hall, Robert

Ro-, f ; -4 ;tl"t'meeting of the Federatlon I T KOiSIIIXK : Three basketball ,."' .. were I Crow and W. R. Craw, Bert J

,\ of the B. Y. P. r. to be held CLASS IH ORGANIZED: played by team ef Future Farmer Branch Fred Arrant and J. C Ar. ss
will '. I from Redland Homestead and rant Ovid Bulllvan Arthur French
In the First Baptist Church at Ft.
The Sunshine Claw of the
,'. Lauderdale tomorrow at which Stone Church organlud Lemon City In the elimination 1: Robert Rotifer. Alvin Rim monk.

tier I; rejiretentatlvei from B. Y. P. IV ..d tho -following officers and: Whl"'l game Redland beat Lemon City j I Bill Hens and F r. Hen and

1M"an ,t *ll the may from Key W.*t to dent Mary McNeil; mlth a ccore of It-T. In the game I
Lemon
'. palm Beach' will be In attendance.Supper Wlnlfrod Conner VIO..p."I.nt.1 with City Homestead won ;
; with mC'gt'ore: of 10.... Homestead
'.11-
will. l\.. served at the Umlth treasurer
Kitelle
; Booth and beat Redland In the finale with a1 I Seminole Theatre
: llonla BaptUt /Church.at ':10 anal publicity (..I\t. Mela Moy. 14-10 OFFICER
A. a bin' del.ga-r:t' Will go to W, f Mr*. O. R. Brown I* the teachr. score | and
'rutlub meeting In Ft': tiuderdnle at ':101'' ., The clan la composed of girl The father end COn banquet Friday Saturday AfrOOOFY,

Then expecting to attend from was served at f:" In11.. high I Marx Bros.
from It to II yean of age, Says ISomethid's
". are'Mr. school lunch room. Dr. J. A. De-
.Jfom"I",4 and Mr A. A I
A membership drive I* the tint With Paramount Com d, Oa4
44of Runway the Mine Ud"ADD and Put of the Whit Belt Dairy Farm
aim
ef the claaa but they plan to In got to
Mill- May Lei Mia Myrtle Me- gave abort talk.
, decorate their cloakroom a* won aspossible. "COCONUTS"I be done about this
Lean the Misses Adele and Mary Four prison are being Offered t*

slit ; Jone. lll.. Elva Hill Idles Marl the boy for the four beet aecounta I Funniest Musical Comedy Rusco brake linin or

p r Murkeniuwi, Mia, Agnes Hamilton LIONS DANCE van ef the meeting while a Ever Screened it'll be the dump termine.

ub.me 1 Allen l.ula May Wright R. B.Bheranl grand votes will be offered to the ALKO TALKING AT Ain't been
RKMOKS WU.L ATTENDEDNearly : I a
,
>h Walter Beck, W. B. Parker belt paper cut of the four.

IIII and the Rev. C. N. Walker. U couples attended the Nearly to Future Farmer and I Sunday and MondayImagine smash-up on this here

I dance given by the Homestead their father from Homestead and I corner since drivers
Uon Club la bonoi of the center I a drugstore cowboy on
PR1CF.TOWOMA.VS Cult Redland attended the banquet wise to its holdin
class of Redland high school a real bores! That'sWilliam got
alt be: DE.EFTr OIUI.E Several Homestead and Redland

Till Woman Club of PrDicetonentertiilned Tuesday Bight men went a* father for boy who Haines In qualities, and even

Min Maldu Davis of the Bag have no f.theraCr who** when it's rainin they
Tuesday with a benefit "WAY OUT WEST"
.
t.the"'l I
dad Club In Miami gave an acrobatic
bridge and too party tn the dance and her sister, Miss were away or unable to Fed Nlbto>*.. production with stop before I gets a
BoyS their father falter
rlubhoute. and or
Irma Davis gave a too dance. The father from the Redland I Leila Ilyam. Polly Moran and chance to cus
Three table of 100 and two tables Chapter ,
nttt fdward"lm"DI'TII.,
entertainment was furnished by
or bridge were In play. K.Bchrader were Roy Woodbury, Oll..rl
the LIon. Club with Gordon Iveyt ) \ .: RIO JU'K"
won high score In bridge I Woodbury, Leonard BJorkman and
Douglass Rovaell and C. W. Cul- HARRY LANGDON tXMjiT:
.
11: F. Preston Lt
BJorkman and
and E J, Dyal low score while J. RUSCOBRAKE
bertaon. the committee In charge AND MICKEY MOl'SK CARTOON
t M.
,
M. Brown won high wore In 100 Holferty Robert Turner and

and Charles Behren low score.The ef the rrangeinnta.W. D. Hudson Ray Bencon and E.I

nut benefit bridge and 600
M. H. CIRCLE PLANS MIH8 DOVER: U HOSTESSTO Tues. Wed. and Thurs.
party will be given Dot ..
MEMBERSHIP: DRIVE FRIENDS FRIDAYMine 8TKALI>O IA)1K NOT
Hefreahmenta of home mad IS AtltlMF.I
Circle I of the W. M. H. Of the Nancy Borer was hostessto LINING
cookie and hot coffee were served.Those .
White Stone Church planned a an Intimate croup ef friend .-. .
attending were: Mr. and cay the law-but IheiVja
membership drive Friday sight at her home.
at a meeting
.
,tr., E. J. Dyal. Mr. and Sirs.Schrader different .n..I. the heartof
held Friday afternoon at the home High aeore went to Mia Eloise
Mr. and Mrs E. I.. Hutton every woman!
ef the leader, M.... J. A. McNelll. Bradley and Joe Burton when MOORE'S
Mr and Mrp. Belt. Mr. andMr Babe Daniels
Plan were also made fora social bridge wa played. _
*. I.C.. Imlth Mr. and MrsJ. Lmo II.. Hhvrnwn.. Olive. VII
which f* to be held aoon.AfXII.ARY Refreshments .f salad and eo-
.
f M. Brown, Vr. and M... Behrena Kenneth ThwiiMn, Pumrll
I' sea were served before the party
Mr. and Mra. R. T. Burr Pratt, Does Itoewti GARAGECor.
MEMBERSHIP went te Mia Bradley' home to
; Mr. and Mr. C' N. Henderaon M,.
,I DRIVE tm !' MFJkfBKRS finish! the evening with dancing. "LAWFULLARCENY"
and N're. C. and Derwln
H. Pepper
A report on the America Len Thoa present were Mia Bradley Flagler Ave. andS.

I t SeMinlth.RVMMAOi. Man Auxiliary membership driveat Mia Mary William, Mine- Mir. E. Second St.
ADDED _
MICKEY:
'"; MrGCIRE
a meeting of the Auxiliary lat lam BUrton Mia Boyer Douglaaa
i r '; ALR TO RE Hall Roaaelle COMEDY AND I>I) MX CAHTOO.Y 110M f.A IJn
night at Legion chewed that Elbert Preacher, Joe Bur
HEIR inxTJtfnnn
4 II member had paid up their due ton and Bob Boyer

Plan wen-made by the Worn and renewed their membenhlp.Color __ _____ .
t an'a ef the Presbyterian
Amlllary for the Auxiliary are being LEGION UNiT' MEMBERSTO I 04005
: C'laurebUng the home
at
cent for. rvtat IK OARMMITSMember NURSERY TREES
or Mrs O.
R. urbane yesterday
I After the meeting com of thin of the American Legion
Afternoon for a rummage sale to j Citrus, Avooaeto* Royal Palm lad other
I members attended the basket ball Unit are requested to turn In ,

= ., be held Dec. K. game between the Greyhound )[0- the garment* they have collectedfor
After the Bible conducted Jungle Grove
Study to* teem from Miami and the local the Needlework Guild tomor-I
h) the Kei John C. Oekeler. Mr. Legion team en the nedland row Nov IIVtra Redlaad Read and nnmiue Drive Holland. Phone SISI

,I t. O. Rugglea had charm of the high. school court O. 3. Heckler I* In chart* "...,,,,...........".....,,.. ....... .............. '...."".". ". .. '" ..... ..,
'7 program which featured bomb '

I 1,,' mission and an offering wa take Annie

I for the Aaeembl/'a home mlmlonaMr Mayhew Fitzpatrick1

'1) *. H-ilferty made ft report onl' THANKSGIVING Graduate Obrrlla Conarrtcuwy awl Royal Conmrvalory of IxHp..
: DINNER
the.aflle of Christmas carda I
PIANOFORTE AND THEORY
I l' An el.mlll.tlonIll, be given by J

the Re\ Oekeler 'on the mission Remand Road. Sear Biaray ttrlv ...._, Ht2_ I
1j! Study book "Near Neighbor at COMPLETE

" near meeting j'j''a

ThOM preeent were: M.... P. F TURKEY DINNER $1.00

,. Mre. Haggle, Mr. J. MrVllllrnii -
I TillS BANK is very anxious to retain and
.
)(... J. ,,. Helfortyt J Jtf" 'please, its old customers but it I I. also anxious
I ''a kelerJrfraJftr J' Btrr..Mra( ,I' Chicken or'Duck!Dinner 85c !

","- .. "'Mrs /.' pet."ojj.i.J: tbf to find new ones.Ve want to make cus-

!, G.Ier} / REGULAR DINNER 50cDIXIE tomers as well as keep them Come in and


.\ ;;;;'f"1,1 I 1,1 1,1t look us over.Florida.

OF.II.\\I: ) 1011rD. I .

A *0(;.'''i unity,Th CAFE Exchange Bank

bratloit Hid Upper will be 1(.ole'j

I I I W d""i-." night. No>. II. at COCONUT GROVE

I t horai' II the R'> and Mr dee W. T. rillCE Prenkkttl *, .. ,KATOT: Tlce-pf'***

B f\ ut I II MRS. ED. WOODBURY Prop. J. H. L.\ZPXhY C* Mef

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i Ko.004 Imfl i ltd 414.; 4,04 will ..:, # AT HRf..JVJyBOW.,MfeHAym: A .
and JlroimdHomestead i _m..ln there this year with the ... ...... e.f,
elder Mrs I3.rtlr Ii her husband Mr*. C. W. Bartlett Book week "ha rolled 'round'and dignity *t an At'It.m..n.-

I ..... Mb Marga..t Robertson of again" the eleventh. annual and psrvr By the way' Warwick
Florida City before her marriageMr Deeping was n physician but gavetip
each, the Homestead Library
year
| the practice of medicine to go
M. P. Kenney Itt Miami has helped wlttt the national celebration down Into the country and write

I Beach, arrived today to spend a Too..... W* bad I* forego book and are we not glad ho

few day Jn Homestead M the the usual story hour this yr. but dldl
Mf Ward D. Poeker .( Denver Mr. and ..... William BntU and guest ot Mrs, John Victor one person can lot do everything i!
I
/th guest of Mr*. L. L. Bow I laughter, Mildred end Wlldaaocompanlcd and beside now all our floor I -

by Mr*, Batt *iatrMra .1,4 '. space I* taken up with book and '{ At the Seminole .
REDLAND'Mr.1n4
Mi and M.... C. C. Carrie an. Janl Uolalon, returned Fr1 /- there would bo no room for the ,. J
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day night from Berlin Md and **tM****Htt******* ** *lHHm tmM
BOUIK the arrival of an IK pound ninety children, who sometimes.
*on, fbartee Clayton, .boraWrdnesdny en lo oa,"bofo, N. J.. where they, had Mrs, O V, parker have trooped In to lit breafhle*< through:)$: :'Wy -Oui W.*t" WilliamHaJna'

N.v. It pent th. aummt While omlnt. a* their.'gnesf tilewinter their l the! Itory telling Net; Y .t. w".-,. !lIt.nt 'atnfjlnr: t4hiclit "
i through Georgia:jhey spent a. w..Kla nephew' Theodora 'Groutit. fto MX larger. chtWfeil*' ijobrawhere I .
rosy ql Aeta
"' '. ', \ cTI'14! .y- at,,. lIt. >nl1l .-
received :Cal< u1t>_ witty )II'; .-&n11Mrs.( CT t n ,lr )lleb: '. ill th* 'boy* aftd rule r..ltri'1
Mrs, Gael KIsU Jslejfrtnj ', .
"L le .
V tiatbs.gtttNbyr4otM opdsta '
w15k
Bowman. Mr; Matte paTefH 't ;O'YfarJ'd'owS t.h athJr'lry ,. ", w
arjnounelnC,, too 1I.,1\.of .
.' : \ ,Men, 'PkWatltee,"Vltl:tON b' ;.rt-'i..tr; esorhar IaIt+l ;ylrgtVattsnilpsia6 ..tAynlullwrpsa
hr toother, Mrs,..inna Whlppoi of or : t: : : :
JJiltkor.; Peen: fcetatis et herdeathh Me."an* Wra.W....tHrV *?; :",k ":'.: 5 r- ':I ,1iv... Jot.Aft r jle r io4iM.1 < '' ., ..... -
> *\e oil.beeo rcrlved yet" Me*. f ucnod'..uarfaik from MackaoiMIl: : about (.* hundred! Vow. book I Phil Aired gtock't ;

.. T, 111**. *",.. IAr.irRtlq,'.- ,i ,.. 'wears. tics/ bad >ittf i*llle* last Mr,.and .;.....KdirarJ: B ..Oakry. foe: 'skulls. roe etl{ lhl '\ttl -'I 1/tJII ."''J '''tOrr... -. pi' ..
.1': ,..rr f' :.} .' Tuebda'".'by Rhdt Hangout dents'ioTMn.'iblrd .1"" ofOwlnlng,'::19.1r "aid; their rtrl.l/\\.fj.t.; ; :AAoJ.i.M'o) ;.rt.1 ritl'? : *i !jlif ; ,! .s., :
.
.Mrs. C, C' C uJey. .Vho under' : :r moikr, ,.... '.:n.tt.1I; Ouosld'M/ilpr4. w\tlrV.\ 'ire .4ew- 'Kiev 44r .qft4t..41a1> jt(1+txpt)C. ,,) .. iI.t'1i"1ii.: UcowaJr.r;I.,. "v- ,,-:
Ed artJls : eom.T* In rledi *T. 'fbeyjuresMlf1ng > .... 4bll41ngf'l Plug 'ftrond.MlhC !(psi tfflk : aey touletre'irh.ot! I: ;
in' irisaIthe .
went .petaHonfor'appetwtr . '" at th* y iQermoro pl.elf. )It Cuibert on" .,rf.,u| tM* "pnd. rdda:!hIftWr1& >ot> yidtpP'rhbic : .

"(Ia" Post reported.O..4tllatol\o.plt.recovering Sunday -', .,- :*:.I,?f5. CryAUrid last ,, .' ; 01 window+ "*PM*."fad 'Mr."Hl i*,,. th**1 'StKe'totilriranwiir'di ld". r'

-........ Wednesday from a short visit to popular IO&lIu.I' trajnlnfuacherborrowed kVhfm. v'b&clr'tdv"CANr ranch and'
'1 TlkumllreMra. Scout Notes tbd boat ao wo,.cou|*:.set, *talattb1Ie,4o.t, mon. '1f .by taking. '
Ml r... Charlotte WUIIam"spent I adventure hi ,
_110ft ouf roykge oC It.out lit wg i"LaWfoT
the ... ic.itdh Miami. s.irh her By Mary MctcHl" '
through book1* .n4 f cal 00 thrilled Larcenf. Radio 'Pletures' -
mother, Mrs 8. A. 0..1.-( Dean Bastes, and eon .
with our first exhibit t ran. scsres- starring Brb> Danlota, open
Dean. Jr left Monday for Miami plrt Scouts are "greatly excited '
? from that window tt trr. B and willalrerehew
ly keep away nvlnnl Tuesday
,Mr end Mr*. A.C. Home are where. they will spend the winter these days trying; to guess the mylfl Than of course we havo Wednesday :and Ttiur..*
the parent. of. nineandhalf .uhll, H,. Baxter operate the Den of the Homestead woman
good of bookmark for day
supply
t .
garage which he I* opening on the who composed the words and music '
pound girl born Sunday night at advance
everybody and there arc book According to noticesth .
Hospital Tamlamt Trail. to the eons that Mr; Frank
the Hunt Skill record for the older boy and picture I* as Intriguing a* th*'
and Mis Rachel Peterson '
I girls and I hooo by Saturday night title, presenting. Mini Daniel In Anew
Mrs. Chanter Redd returned today I M,. and Mr*. C H Lawrencewere scout leader. are teaching themTh everybody will know.. have had role--that *f a.wlf* whose
from Alken B. C. where ahahqid guest at the home ot Mr*. song was first brought Dp Book Weekl husband tumble from the
at
\ been oiled Friday night to Hat tie Holmes In ltIol..1Satu, the meeting held Thursdayafternoon One of our new book Th* "..I..Iblnd narrow path.
toe bedside of her mother Mrs .day night ,at the basketball courtwhen Dark Journey" by Julian Green

M A. Barton who died Pnturduymorning Mra. Skill and. Mia Peterson war awarded the Harper "0,000(
taught them "Th
of pneumonia Calvin D. Brook. formerly ron Hiking Bong"and prlio In the novel contest for
netted with a store Mm Leaner this new mysterious song llll and 10 It has been through SIDE REPAIRING
2 <''ipt Marcus B Moul ar. who used to operate In Miami arrived called "Com Down to Homeatead'A fifteen printings, wa chosen a.

has been on duty with the 11th Monday to take over the advertlsIng few are In the secret and they the outstanding book of the month Prices at Rock Bottom

Sffnent ot Infantry of the Unld and display work of Mall Department promise to reveal everything injust by the French Book of the Month-

i ,t.l.. Arpiy In Porto Rice, lapretrd Store In Homestead. Mr. a little while Club where It raised a storm of Brown-Bilt Shoes
There are four new patrol leaders
.
In Homestead meff.wentlylm .
j Brooks la expected to arrlve'shertMft controversy. C.ltlc.1n Franc and
Mr. tloulwar Jenny Tower. Katherine. Harper
> and! y ujlnl I.
America call Julian Green tha ci/onrrva ron THE FAMILY
"". their. daughter wb'q are. vis-j. and Virginia, and Ethel Hook belt of his generation" He was

I ins Mr*. Boulwar father and and,, Mr,, f J. Franklin Other scout present at the born la Paris In nOD of American Homestead Electric
othr, the Rev and Mr. L. E. meeting Thursday were: Cecilia
were guest of H and Mr. W. H.Ptrlckland" p..ntF'anco I* .proud to claim
Harper Ruth and Ann Moon.
lihl. In ,Hallandal* Sunday:of Betty Bowen Prlsollla. ..........'Qeraldln lira a* her own. k" baa been
compared frequently to Flaubert Shoe ShopGeneral
Homestead Belts. Helen Hall HaielPcnnlngton
.
visitors to fromimipt Mr*. William Gibson ot Not Emily Brant, Balaae and Conrad.
lust week Were Mr and Largo who hoi been 111 at the Hunt Elisabeth. Bklll, Vlrginia Many have waited lonf,far Old t

ix E P Russell and their little Hospital returns 10 Key Largo McKlnstry. Katelle Bo..n.I..eo fybu" by Warwick DeepingWe --- .
ai,,ihtrr. Ruth Ml** Leona Colin Friday. \ ( and Helen Field Fern Robertaon .
It
have It on oar rental shelf now.
and Miss Hone Fernandez.h. Hazel Gldlof Mary McNelll
..nl'lIu....." Hill Visitors were will go a* deep Into your heart *.
spent Armistice Day her a* Fart Clamber an.d t. C. Carr Sorrel and Bon" Old Pybus; a
Virginia Doraey. Miry Helen Hili.Fr.n. .
jt sof Ernest BenltelH .
i. iuf
were fishermen In the creek off
In
... porter In a. little country hotel
McQarrah, June McKlns-
of Key Mr go Bundll,. inland has the nobility, courageN..NNINN.NNNNN.N..wwNyNw ,.1)
H Nina Brandenburg and her try and Marjory Kedd .

111. Non Bobby. returned Thurs- Jo. I.. Burton and Fred Luctaan nr.nfAM -
n.n mum flnrreuion Gaol vheroml ; hd **> the reef off of nock : uuux WIYttedland
: High School glrln1 b1ek..t ALEC SCHELL
i.- Mra HrsnJinburgotherI Harbor Tueaday The catch, In.
{ a. :niory. had been vUlttngvtb eluded Jock barracuda, muttonfish I ball team won from Ralley..
Memorial girls Friday night on theRedland )'
I hlldr, ,, grandparents. Wr and grouper and Spanish mioker -
InH. I. Brandenburg. since f\i- .l.IVj. court In a gums that preceded BARBERAdult I
l '. tmury: oho had entered school the clash between Halley,

\ I t Hhrroleon. remained fhh" tile R. V. Buprecht chemist, of Memorial boy and the local Le .
rnndparent. th'slate ,lOll team The score was 1t to 5. JIatrcuttOe
experiment station at
I Ruth Behrens and Elisabeth Roberta .
Oalnestlll was In Homestead
i :MrX-H' L Prld'glnw of-Atlanta did moat of the scoring for Childs' Haircut JOe: ,
. :Tuesday to lay out_ fertiliser -demitnstrartuna .... ..
,. Priced Saturday to spondr'attewe. In cltrua' OIIci"t, 'lI Redland

Ki Whit her brother-in-law and crop, \ In tM district. Shave . .... ...,..25ctrhwrllaor 'Public Utililies .
..:IMr.: and Jolre. ,R. E. Ed- THE FOOTBAtib SCHEDULE '.
, Nov Jl-rmnla, her, ( Bhbj Florida CityIeNNNHNNN.MNNNNNNNIINNNMNIMM1eNMNN.
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f ,"" Mendell I.. Bartlett father Of C. Homestead Phone KM
..' NOT IT-To. team here.
W Bartlett, of Kedland, died< In .
-:>li and :Mr... J. A. Webb of !Mornood' N. 1 on Now' 10..01'4. ....
: Ainerlcun, Oa. arrived Saturday to Inc to word received 'In Homestead JIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlIIIIIIIlillillllllllllllllil1111! 11111111Illlllllllullllllillllll11111l1111111111IIIIIIIIII 11I11I111I1111I111I11I1!S .

ayend the winter tn Homestead.Webb today He was It year old and

Mr. lea nephew of B. PW hud .been In 111 health for a year
..M and Frank W.bb.f H* pent the last two winters In E ==

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: : IV I ALL ITS BHANCIIEBINTERIOR I i Homestead Motor Co.N. i- ; .


AND EXTERIOR DECORATING I = =

SIGNS. FURNITURE REFINISHED FLAGLER AVE. AT S. l:. SECOND ST. l
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: (Building: Formerly Occupied by Studstill'g Garage) ,.

Estimates Free == UNDEROWNERSIIIP QF '. ;...1:. ; ..* ;" -
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+ i HOI.f, IV atr m.a

Ea"' FORMER PROPRIETOR. OF TUB HOMESTEAD GARAGE. ; E9

'. ,NOW CLOSED = 11

s PRICES REDUCED SAME HIGH :GRADE GENERAL REPAIRING UNDER ;

: ov SUPERVISION OF HARRY HINER '.=I

, : LYON BLACKBERRY PLANTS Crown Gasoline, Mobiloil and other Standard Oil Products.. .

53 Full Line of Tires, Tubes and Accessories. ,We invite all our old a

4 Single Plants, were $1.00, now .......................50c -and our potential new ones-to. visit. us in our new .

12 Plants, were $10.00, now ............._......... .$5.00 Eatrons. : ',:

: 180 Plants were $50, now . . ... .....423.00 I

', "IONGVIEW NURSERY i

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ti t 'i t stile smith of Uwunlnr t.1eb It. r -I Box 1*

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: (F l The Churches J JB.U'T1J1' I r "ROYAiCllATTEKfrom LION'S. CLUB the ,Iii I iI i CLASSfflED ADS-, ..1



as alvy l l W jfuwHlia }vtUiii local luhVoWl htaertlfn

alonary Society Saturday at 1 p. m,. .
....-... T*. flow C M i -
lVal..t. putor. Sunday eebool *i METHODUtr iriSCDPAt.norirt FOR FOR SALE
ONO .... I. ... MoCloJWhMi. .... lily Community (:hard!
... .. -Th* R.". J. W. Johnson paste: tl RENT---I II--
peril>ndent l'r rhln a* 11 m Iron AAL.m-.N... FOR BAUD-Home ,
Md 7:>* P. n. B. T. P. U. at Sunday school 10 a. m., Mra. N' I early orange. fad turkey any .'.*. al'J
lie .
: 1.10 p. m.. Water Bock prey Mulllna superintendent preachIng At the Uont luncheon In Leglun I lee grapefruit Qnece tangerine, Chaplet Gamp, B Daun Di ." r
at 11 a. m. and flU
Ident N.w..4 lateral pro p. m Hall king orange and kumtuat. I *makn "t'
Tuesday the
club agreed to .
Epworth
Leant at I m.
each week W. U. U. uet p. .
ram '. eelllng fruit front My grwve*
sponsor and arrange Homeet. "
Bedlalld.-Tb.
nOY.
lag every third Wednesday of the George E. Iron M. Robert, aUU CAUBAOB I-LANTH--Tftou-mid, *
bevel part on a program to be broadcast -
paator. Sunder
school 1 0 I
month at 1:00: o'clock. ,
of inner W.bn..l" plant> ow
'clock Public on Nov tl when tin Miami
Morning Mrmmi 8a\'ec1 by wOl'llhlp.t 11 FOR RENT-On* unfurnished and .
.
Broadcast postal to t ".00 for too I) 10
Company
I Epworth League 7:70: p. m. open. a new ...
(irmnfl evening mnati oneIMptlem Rock Harbor studio for WQAM. two furnlahd eott Apply a per thousand and |) : fit
of the Holy Spirit,1'Th Community Chureklaland JT. Matthew at 8 W. Ird Av*. thousand In five thousand iota
of Key Largo, The Rev, Homestead will be allotted a "*
service o4tf ,
> ,
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prayer oaWediMwIay C. A. Maine, Radioed I atBrodlo'i
c evening will be led B. I. Oetmaa paator. Preaching road from 10 to It mtnulM ta corner.
? by Brother Numb Peterson.CHRI3TUX vary Sunday at 1:10 p. m. which arrangements are being FOR nENT-Two' unfurnished "
mad to preeent a mixed programof houses and one beautifully and
METHODIST EPISCOPAL SOUTH I vocal and Instrumental mualc completely furnished. Jieueelnflak FOR .u.-C'1IIIIu. .pnaH1plant
SCREECH Wbita Stone Church-Horn- with one abort add,... Paul I. Manor. Mrm. John Victor and _d. Spinach 'i'MIJjill
" Florida ouy- "aawky sea stead, Ibo Itev. L. J:. Wright pa*. Russell President W. t. Flak and phone Itl-W VIM Ito *. pound. Avocados, a has
ll ll..t. sundae school, at tor. Sunday achool at ':U a. moo Leo Bishop are the committee incharge Ito .."Ia. Eg* fruit (tla) iore
10:00: .. m. for pupil tinder Iyear m tot. Jamaica sorrel (Floridaerenherry
Paul Ruaaoll.
tnperlntradantPrachlng of the arrangement FOR RENT-- !" roomy well furnished -
of age Morning orlo att ). ate qt cht...
at It a. m and ':10 p. apartment. Light-water
8. E. Llvlngaton and Gordon
| o'clock. Wednesday eienlnRmeetmc. tc tarn. Ouavaa. ,,".' in4
m. Jr.-HI I 00 suave u
League at In.
: p. Ivey were appointed to assist 11a furnUhed. |M a month Aim
which Isolation tevtlmon KoiwIeT.la
Senior League at 0 41 p. ... Prayer reception 0" the Three Score and comfortable bedrooms night or guava Jelly reasonable
IM of Christian .
8aleaeehealing.
; tiOO o'clock. All are cordially Meeting at ':10 p. m. Wdnday TenClub*t Miami F'hIc wjliiaes weekly. Rates. right. Mr, Lena plant Jungle Grove. itliana,
v.p ..loomed.CIIUIUU. Choir practice ':'0 Friday *ve.n. thr-tf "Ohm hadtlett.,;t.4, to Lawrence, Moffett Apia oa olOlf
Ing. Royal ralnvautiiA'a.rk.rer a pie- block went city hall, .lit 0''
r OV cajun N..... JI-'Ibe Re*. SmithHanlln nil Nov.II.B . I MISCELLANEOUSMUI.B
pmM.llug older ..willlircwh IdltV'A. the 'under l,n >d General .
,
BmHMkwd.Coruer of Avenue ,I 1C. livingston any C*.-W. Cal-, Maater In Chancery appointed by
A and Fifth street Bible Lesson. after wlildt Goo quarterly bertaon war placed on. committee the Court In Mid decree, will offer nARBBRINCI!: ...*. Mottthew.
10.10 a. in.) communton 11:10 conference will 1% beM. to go before the Chamber *f, for sale it public motion to the ., 3011. W Ird Ave obit
...m. All church .rflcotalto ar* n.prrwd highest and beet bidder for caah.it .
Commerce In regard to the .atabllahment the couth front doo.r the I
to be with their 1
-- nmral WANTED
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of a permanent airport courthouse of Dade County, In the
v. Ciruiicn or oou rrport aaaoolatlon. city of Miami. ."'oridlon the lit

noo'lCIIleoecL-n.v. W. O. Moon Sliver Palm--Re... H. T Oalnea. New member ire Justice of the ten day of the December hours ,of A.eleven D. lie.o'clockA. bo. WANTED>AUIcator skin 11 tlFranklin

paator. Song eervlce .:n a. m; Sunday school every Sunday a' Peace A. W. Jones sod Dr. M. D. M. and two o'clock p. m.. the Tampa, Fla.
Sunday cchool at 10 a. m.: B. C 10 m. ; preaching services Hartman. property described In mid decree '
Murphy, superintendent Preaching first and third Sunday of each situate In Dado County, Florid WANTtl), --Uaby bed and babyimrrlac

at 11 a. m. and ':'0 Po... prayer moalb at 11 a m. and TIO p. m.) lot "What Jesus Teache About to-wlt Lot all (I). seven (t) and .1' *. Mr. Q. M. ('oop.r,
I meeUng' every. Wedacad/ ev.nlnf. Junior League and Intermediate' Slckncaa." This la the third eer- eight (1). In black eight (1) back of Arcade Ham t .a.t
league at ':10 p. ....| prayer mt- men In the ..,lee on "The Saying of the City of Homeatead 'I.e.ry
CHtnCH oe THE NAZARENE Ins .t ":.. p. m. Taaay of J au*." Tot your Elbl*. Aro-yon ."orlda. according to amended -
and extended plat of the Townof
HoancMecd. Corner Mowry -9t. Princeton TA h*... H. T perplexed about *sickness The Homestead, Dado County. I USE MANGANESEFE.
.nd & W. Fourth Arenue W. A.J Gaines, pastor will preach the service ii built with you In mind. Florida recorded In Plat Book
Uelton, pojrtoi1. Sunday school at first and third Sunday each month Com and be helped. Four 44), at pan thirty-three
(IS), of the Public Record of I
10; preaching at U.. m. and ftt at I p. m. Tn n*". Percy Wait Mov M--hernia* Solace Man County Florida. C. CIIRO ISTEn
p. .m. Prayer meeting Thursday worth, supply pastor, will preach ""1. Jem Teaches AboutImmarteJIiy. Bald lobe to ate hd for tho pur'
.t TIO p. m, A hearty Welcome I* the second and fourth Sunday at 11 .* Tot JOn III pose of satisfying sold dm***. PliMcrlng Contractor

1L. ( ",m ble. A tonal welcome) useful DON Master E. KKRRKYRA.General In Chancery.ERNEtrr Spa .... let rime Hot his
PrIntdos.&TM: new F. W. you at all srrck'ee.LEGAL E. ROBERTS nomralcad H*.
tablet, put 0'. Sunday Bible PENTECOSTAL CHURCH OFTHB Solicitor for Complainant.
School at tt 4(. J. It. Undrwood, ASSEMBLIES Or UODOnukle NOTICES Oct !, NOT. '. II. to. JI

uperlntadnt. Trenching at 11 -C C Hanabergor, peaor. I
Notice of MaMrr'a Sale
.. m. and T p. m. Young People Sunday school at ':U a. m.; NOTICE la HbiRKBY: GIVEN
Society at 0 p. m. Midweek prayr preaching at 11) vngellalla **rv. hat under and by virtue of the SHIP BY TRUCKNine
meeting every Wednesday at lees at T:4I p. m. Mid-wl+ek services final Decree of Foreclosure tendered -
7p. m, In that certain cause pending
Thursday at 7:41 p. m. Everybodyloom
la the Circuit Court of the Kievnth -]
EPIM.upAL; ... at all services.PRESBYTEIOLX. Judicial Circuit In and for Years of Daily Service
Dade County, Florid, In which Al
M. ohm'fc.-The it". C P. Jack.
lie Plnelli joined by her bu.to.ndend
eon, rector.; Sunday school at 10 a Rontretead.-Grammar school next friend Joe Pin.III, lacomplainant 1 (Except Sunday) Miami to Florida City
".1 service and M'll and Parma Santa,
sermon a
aDr. .
Herbert auditorium. The Rev. John O also known tt Mr. Joe Pili..... ando Full information on all boats and reservations
a Wolf will
five a
Oekelcr, 8ato,. Sunday school at Plleggt her husband are do
violin solo it the morning tervlce 10:00 a. m. J. U. Holttrty auperntendent endanta, being Equity Cass No. made.

Nor. A. Preaching at 11 a. ... We will call any reasonable distance for any
.
EVUiOUlCAr. LlTHKUA.tenmann Services School are auditorium.held In the Sunday Grammar NEWT G. BALL reasonable amount of freight.

Jtedlaad-TIIa .". Eo r.OW"".
school at 10 Morning sermon top
paMor. English services Notary PublicKISBRED PIIONES:
very second Sunday, at I p. mat
PIKE INSURANCE AND : Miami 31755 Res. 2792 Homestead 537-R
German services, every fourth MURPHY'S
Sunday In each month, at I p. m. LINES. I
TRANSFER CO.
LEGAL DOCUMENTS 00n.I I Matthews Truck LineUnder
FREE METHODIST Room I Mallory Arcd RECTLT DRAW

a fluid Oly J. W. Tamblyn I Hauling of Every Dewrlptloa M X. JKraa** Ave. j supervision of R. R. Commission
! paator. Sunday school *t t p. m.. Prompt Service Phone lll-R I
{ Mra. J. W. Tamblyn, aU 8r1oteD4. I

ont Preaching at I p m. Prayer III!II"{II I 11I1111I11I1111I 111111111111111111I11I1111I1111I11I1111I1111111111{ { { n IIIIIIIIlIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIillllilllillllllililllllllIIII!!! !
! ffieetlng Tuesday at 7:10 p. m. _
) Young People' Missionary Society ANT ADS PAV = a
Thursday at faG p. ... Junior Mla-

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"f FLORIDA'S XCTTtTKXT I>lGESTA HEALTH?'(Tr LAXATIVE FRUIT

Ripe nwlfHia anllabl mow at the 11""" Avocado Drive and I We know how to handle that fur collared
Rh'luml rowel, t miles went of Krania avenue I


t J. F. MEYEr coat. ,\ .:?'!\:*


I. Don't worry over mildew spots on =

blue dresses and coats-we
your serge

G. R. Oldendorf & Co.PLUMBING. remove. them., I



Better have your summer frocks cleaned before

packing away, as mildew is hard to remove from

W .88U! A6. 'C ;,delicately.colored silks.Homestead 'fs.

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r ,L. ;'OF'AL'LJ; KINDS I Dry Cleaners, 1It 1-


All work guaranteed. I ==
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Phone write or call in person
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101 North Krome Ave. Phone 565-R Lager" a< v rwlIIII

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Page Two the THE HOMESTBArr'tEAUBR_ Thursday, NO'\I' mbt'r20, 1930


;'i LIBRARY BOARD Alleged Fruit Thief ASK EXPERT FOR :'that,! udge Brown.Jtlns

Held for Crimea CourtJohn i ,. iLocal Hunting Party
thtdte4, bee., It 'I'f.III"ia ,.lpn-.
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; TO BE NEXT STEP Aroutroit* said to be a ANTI-RAT DRIVE trey 3UH and outh America: IT %ft: CMw. Dr J. A. (ijmlth.

Miami malt; ,",,,.liar. was bound fto* .*....,; tlwW'W.1.IaaJ, Carl .Uy*. and ,Jttdg .W. r.

COUNCIL TAKES I over to the court of crime Tuesday ON LOCAL FARMS: and that ptea(" Pod will and val. Brown of Miami Bill Hooker and

afternoon with a 11.000 bond I Noble publicity could be obtainedIf Bobble Craw" and Archer Smith
after a prollmlaary hearing In the '
a plot could be planted to 0dw- left I.tt Wednesday night for a
City to Stop Trucks ParkIng court Of Justice of the Peace A. Entire! Crop of Tomatoes' weeks bunting trip la the La Bell
ere polling a welcome to the
W Jane Effort mad Tuesday
on Krome During Eaten by Rodents region.
afternoon and Wvd'noedo morn. I'n I ted mate from 1Mmostsad
Night HoursAppointment Is One Report They were accompanied by a metro >
mg to have the bond reduced totted Florida,
I cook who promtae to turn out ,
no reeult I ora41-;;;; Principal f. B. Bommare reported Georgia
.( a library boardto A rat campaign under some cf that' "good old
Armstrong area brought In by that the 'a.m..4141... School .cooklnk"
supervise and aantet In the the leadership of specially, ,.p
Earl Howard, tho new deputy pa.trol library now met the requlreD.nt.for
operation of the Homestead library
man from the county aherlff delegated expert from the United an accredited school a* the result -
to the next move thai the city
office In Miami who swore out States Department *f Agriculture of donation mad by the notary
council will make In having the to
the warrant accusing Armstrong Club and money and book
"al library conform to requirement wan advocated by the Homestead
of stealing fruit from the grove obtained during a book week m'I
for municipal libraries. la Rotary Club a* one Important
of Frank Belt on Radland road drive which the students had conducted -
j.
i worlds a. lot forth by state 10"'. mean of reducing loom suffered ---
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north of Mowry *treetMr '
At Monday nlcht meeting of the
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.guncll the ordinance creating the *. Belt testified at the bearing by the farmer of thin """OD. The I

it library board and specifying method that their grove bad been almost co-operation of County Agent C HDtoffanl .I
{ accordance completely stripped Of fruit In scouring the federal n-
*' operation In
:s filth the statute*, was given Its several times though she did Cot pert to conduct the eradication) We Have
third and final reading accuse Armstrong >a the thief campaign will b* eniuted I

.j, The parking between sunset and Mr. Belt said that two Negroes A. H Hlnman, who with his:

.. midnight of truck of one ton capacity 'working In the grove had Men brother conduct extensive farming
; or more along Krom *vo' Armstrong go Into the grove and operation, spoke In behalf of a I
: nut. between N. E, Second Street com out with fruit which h* concerted campaign against the' r'

and .. E. tint court will b* prohibited placed on his truck. rate. H* Mid that already this i .Several Repossessed

y by *n ordinance which The Negroes. Sam Jane and year rat had destroyed an entire I i
1 pasted Its first reading Monday William Mawm testified that they *..-_., plot *f tomatoes planted I
,
night Th truck will be permit- had Men Armstrong bring fruit by one farmer. A conservative estimate I ,
led to top lone enough to load or out of the grays and put It In of the damage don In this I .
: unload only. and the penalty for bin' truck action by rate each year would i

\ lolatlon I* a fine of not more than Jimmy H"ndowbo I* living on III.000 b'J ill.

(11 or Imprisonment of not more the Belt grove denied all knowledge "W..ra fortunate In having a 'RADIOSAll :
than J1* day. Th ordinance woo Of the alleged theft county agent who 1* absolutely oA

Introduced by Councilman WmMlUMlwb.lt his lob." said Mr. Hinman. TO* I*
*, police committeeman willing to get a man down 'from
Local) Isaac Waltons
Washington .
to put on an eradication
The action *t the electric light Guest of Miami Club campaign, but anch a man

department In retaining P. H. should b* aaaurcd of the aid of
( Kemp name on the payroll at The Miami chapter of the Use e every one In the Clllt'rlet '
half py temporarily wa* approvedby Walton League entertained the
Frank Rue, Luther Chandlerand Like Newsom-At At-
the councilman when the mat.tr Homestead. Palm Beach ant Ft. Edwin Hook'W re appointed a''

I was brought up for 41 'u..lon. Lauderdale chapter with an open committee to work with )fr. Hln-

; Kemp a lineman uttered a broken air banquet at Twenfy-vnth man and Mr 8tffnl la promotIng tractive
bacK: when h*.earn*?(n cpntact venue and Fulford road Tuesday th<* rat eradication campaign Prices

with a live wire and fell from apole .night. Mr, Rue announced 'that Ji* would
I last wmh' H. Is in, a local About lit tree ...""nt. Walter donate 10 'buaheU of'corn With !

hospital" and his .condition,I*toonaldereit Sheller, Secretary ef the Miami which to bait the poison and aldj' '
critical chapter ef the League spoke on
that h* would also furtvlrti truck*
Increased delinquency of colored "Wild Ufa and Walter Christian. to m.terlall'durin
transport the
( town water and sanitation ts* colleotlon president of the Miami chapter eradication drive Other "lao Homestead Electrical Shop

resulted In the council'srequesting rpok on the "Conservation of aid they, would contribute the 1\.1
chief of Pollen Henryrotors Wild Life" Rey Oiiteen *nt r- I
of their t:nek
to ertranla eud. *f ae.groes talned the ....... with a choke a.. I I
M. R. Harrleon, a visitor from
I who can iot or will not pay, lection of joke I
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park for work for the on Amount tneYlty of street their* and ar.1 Newton Al tJngeron.Louis. were tfoy the Oateen chief took and =_1(!{/fllIIIIIIlHlllilIlllilIIfllllIIHIIiIIfIIIlnillIliDlliIIIII{( ( { (( {{{ ( ( { {( {{{ { {( !{ {(( {illfIlICIII1111111UIIIIIIIillliilllllU{ ({ { ( !{ u. i

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Idea Utilized in British Embassy,I We will have another... car. of | I

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t New York No !fc-Now they.re room heated to only It or 't$ 4.rt. .- H I
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the
going to heat our room from
t, celling i iTbat' A peculiarity of the new system : ,
I* that little heat leak to the
the latest Idea for topsy! near above the coll of pip. Thl | WyomingCertified |

turvy modern to accept. In the I I* true because the coll are laid
celllig of a room toile of pip are I to close to the celling surface that

Imbedded-out of, light, of tour I meat of the heat take, the later
--and through ,them hot water I courts downwarj fmijead, O( the

cour***. The result, Harold. difficult course upward
Blanchard report In The American Steam cannot be used In the 1 Red Bliss 1ea

Architect la.heat Attributed calling system It* too hV
with perfect evenness and at a ea 5I

;; fuel saving of II per centTh ,. : .
Death Takes Pioneer "
: method has been ud In t\,< ..... :
j. the new British Embassy. In Wash.t 'Florida' City Resident
Ington and found to work.
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There I* a trng reason behind ; .- ;
Charles Becker, Jl. died Sunday
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tale achem* to beat winterTh '
at his home In Florida City after .
business of keeping'the ''
occupants
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:a *. Illnea. of three year, ; I 'i
: of a room warm I. not a
r matter of room temperature Mr Mr Becker, who wee born In ,
'" Blanchard I .. *. The Idea to New Tork City cam to the Red- I 1
'I to regulate the temperature between i land District from Los Angeles it ON NOVEMBER 22
years ago and engaged la farm
y the clothing and the *kln _
For comfort, outdoor or indoore. i iI .n,. ,
I the average person require about I Funeral ..",1M. were held at -
.I degree neat to hi* akin, ..dl the residents In Florida City with 5! .

the. warof ...ta the Re., B L Ckitman' tho =
eiutomary an4 I
It to" to immerse him In a ass In''i Met.V w. ".._a' .rtt l.u.,. .. Leave y"'. AL0WXrsxwiik.Me ew. ;They:: I ;

air af from T. to Tl degree*. Burial wo In !'aha Cemetery at

1 tar OM ,*e4U*.. at.tkedre-kea0 to' N.rall.l&'h *aanaftnioei' at lil 1 will be He4 aee fiKAgle,privityFkife '1
Heat hove
radiated. wave o'clock with the Redland Funeral
much. ai light waves do If a room Home In charg Pallbearer .. .

wore lighted ky mean Of a froetd worstI. *. Shields, J. & Cave.
( glass. callings tile light would William Myora R Mattnoa. Fred ;
radiate la all directions-to the Robertson and W. C Schutt.

t. walls floor aid furniture, where Besides his widow Mrs, Mat EailC.t Fertilbcr Ci. I ;.
absorbed cad
j H would ke partially tie Becker, Mr Becker leaves 'aslater. 4
partially reflected until every .. iil-
{ .1.1 Mrs. Belle Moak of Denver; ,
))1 and< cranay, avow under tables two Brother, George and Richard i -

chairs would be Serrated with Bark** aim of Pe_r: three 'MANUFACTURERSRcdland g
i al
Ay aoft glow.Whoa daughter, the )Mime Reselra sad .
heat la radiated from tile Isabel Becker and Mr. Reason Brmud Fertilizer
I Coiling, Mr. Blanchard point out,, BleUmkl *( Chicago tour anna, ;

In tile American Architect .article,':0,...., Lawrence, C. H and John k FLA:
i the .mo results la obtained, The Becker I FRANK;; ;RUE, MT. HOMESTEAD, "

clothing of occupant of the room I I

fa warmed from all, direction This I ...
Mean that It Wpoantbl* to achieve
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a l' degree.le nper....1'1 between
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