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 Material Information
Title: The Homestead leader
Alternate Title: Leader
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: South Dade Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Homestead Fla
Creation Date: January 15, 1931
Publication Date: 1923-
Frequency: daily (except sunday)[<1926>-]
weekly[ former 1923-<1925>]
weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (June 14, 1923)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1931.
General Note: B.E. Archer, editor.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002075048
oclc - 34296444
notis - AKR3403
lccn - sn 96027189
System ID: UF00087295:00138
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Succeeded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Leader-enterprise

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iVOLUME VIII-NUMBER 31. HOMESTEAD, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, JANUARY 15 1931. PRICE FIVE CENTS
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p. .':: Four' Arrested While Potato>> Growers Form

::1' ,TUESDAY TO Taking Plants f rui !SAFE ROBBER Organization In Dads PRIm MONEY


[ The South Florida Potato Grow

f'K SEE START OFr" Arrested ylanu Sunday, row cutting wbJU and takliipoltuil two, GETS 10 YEARS ', era TunadMr Association afternoon wa*r orgnlad the burns bun flf' FOR FESTIVAL

bo* a of arangve front thi' are'. X M Bolforty In South Aliapatteiuardrnt.

of Ftc! Otto week cud of ago The directors elertviwar

'.. A drive. Ml- and Mr. F. W. Whet *: T R Etrtwi Anthony tongn.
ORANGE FETE FOR JOB HEREMiami /. :M. Holfftrty, Brmrt fielder and NEARLY $450
ley, J O. Roberta and a Ifri 8M'- II:. T teller

Una gave cub bond of 126 cach Officers thieve were pn<*ld..nt,,
'; 1..t -- for their appearance In court to Anthony J..oap1oo.p..elo.... 1.

,: JteiSland Woman's Clu the arresting officer, E. H. Gail.. Man Sentenced In H. Set**; wenUiry-tremurer. Er $3.50 List Announced Today *

, ::\f. ;Has Programs Planned her tempt but will forfeited be made them te rearratfceiii An al Less Than 24 Hours nest Geiger; general m.nagoa 1. for Exhibit
' M. Hotferty! Member* of the aeockiHon *-
""; to Saturday After Arrest Feb. 2 to 7
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are (]serge once. r, Er-
i:: A. Boyd and Fred Gould,Cnleag nt OaIItr.; Bf HimphUl, 1>,
HOWE :AND lLTY TX youths, who were .rd ted In thl, [MONET ORDER CACHE P BUka. t, O. B. on, t it: Ho! MONEY FOR"AWARDS

BE AMONG SPEAKER! section last pack week sentenced by trove patrol'REVEALED IN TRUCK forty, B T Et**v Khony Longo ALREADY IN II A N D.
men were to ,i
na ,. II
1> O. Parker Edward Longs J
a fine of $S5 in day I In i -
and' > or serve
Chicken Steak Dinners -; Jail when they were arraigned bi I Loot Was From Home- Edward and liana Bodbett. Special Fund Set Aside

to Be Served ** tore Judge W. F Brown in OOllrt' stead and Coral Gables BUILDING & LOAN With First National

If I Noon and Night 4 Ifrove*owner Friday.are urged by thOrowere .'I Western Uniori Safes as Depository

Protective League t* n.:
? Tb Woman'. Club ot th* tut.I pore any thefts of fruit to tbe I H. I. Broth fly charted with PAYS $11,390 AS More than bud bt Pont too

fv.. :;. land will stage lu Orange BIOMUH grove patrolmen, E. H. shah, ..ur larlalnt Western Unloii office fruit vegetables, flower, poultry
It Festival at the clubhouse In 1\ed.
: and Earl Howard .r to Frank 8.1 at oiHtad and Coral Gables, 1930 DIVIDENDS and school exhibit was announced
i _..;'::;k land oa five day of next wool,
'. ;" ', beginning Tuesday aid sailing flat- Rao, prealdent or any other off)- was apprehended lat Might and in w' *.. '.' today by Ciorg W. Turner Jr.,
-, alai or director of the luue. 1
t '," lady -.. I I lees than twenty-four h ur* tentomwd Investment Group Ends general chairman of the lift An
The vegotabl and ftuU. whlbU I to ban fn the
w" yean penitentiary nual Redland District Fruit Festival
.J- and the horn dmertrtion exlUblt .. SPECIFY ROUTE The** .bberle. It I* laid Year With $15,330,
will be inside the elubhous.Private .. by Waters Union official, were Gross Earnings to b* held In 1T a>eted

"" ,"v exhibit booth will be JII I' cleverly executed by ft man whose --!% -I Feb. I to T. Those jpl*** are
t Building and
.f i. r tile yard. TO AVOID IflGH burglary cperl ne* date back to The Homestead addition. t* those totaling nearly

I Tuesday the Homestead Won OH. and It was only through *.,- Lean AMOckitlon. *n* of ibe low 1100 announced last week by Mis

r... jClub- will visit the Rtdland tat! J eral numth .( uatlrlnt efforts on Investment ergenlMtlon In this .
'RAm ON F E. Pansy Norton for home demenetre.tlon
'Ii"1l'; val and bold U* luncheon' neetini. C.I the part+t the a thortu e la tatp section which lips been .blo to
tf'.:' there at II.... There WlU tie i a't ..r>tUa with Western Union prlvato weather financial uf t and down, Mblblte at the fruit I<:ltl\Ill.

; meeting at the,B41and rlubbouM. ., invwtltiat r. that Brother wa< bald its annual ctockboldor meet Money for the mlse. U air ,idy

t "sill Mrs.: George Deuel I* chairman 9l Miami Traffic Board Bulletin finally brought to justice. Ing on Monday EliI'hat the close. oa bind, and It will tm kept In a

I," tbtl, committee that will bll\"i Gives Pointersto Brother, a year-old farmer of a fairly successful yean anddeeland fund separate and apart from the

,chart* of arrangement for tbfiajWcdoeeday > Men thing in the southwest Motion of eta quarterly dividend of
Tomato
ti festival finance,
JT. I Miami\ wt. arreated at his home t per cent other fruit

the !nunneries Jmpohan. etlr'flt by E, WtMaiciten.<< Miami detective Th* area p ofll* for the year At ...maetuit .f the chamber *f t

lil'hold iJe. K 11esaheo 4 "T _>outitir'w lopping 0 & pMge.bq-atiyrf M1)phxw. i1Wa' .wffc* tjajKKVJvd! Bdl'paid. *., gentniMV:*:tonight the. jFlret' National
; prop r a )1.
"' ", etJn..t the Ttadiand etobhouaiWli clot W"lornlIlon' v.at/trato. during tit* year totaled IUIIO.pr .
the Florida But oaat .JUUroo., Bank of Miami was AiLM4
+t afternoon there win b. I..' I' H. protected his Innocence until ail J. O Tower was ._I.ele.
In bred te obtain the claw tattoo. acl.UoD. Th a* depository tor fruit festival
program with George R. Hilt. March of his ck brought, to president of the
which are aubetaatlally lower that :
i. publicity director lot the Fiona light ill but IT 420 money order director elected worst U P. fund
the aauaodltjr mte. 1* pointed ou mid that W
Power and Light Oo. a* the *p aker blank which had Olaappaand In Wallaru Frank Age. fcd ChronUjterOeorg 'Mr. Turner today
In( o. statement of rate and routeleaned i hoped that all club and ot/&n'-)
Harold tbeftleld.od
s of the day Wednesday will bi. the robberie Brother earn Fuller
known t* federation ot WOftIu'ube "! by the Miami lute an( under maplclon when he atfAmpted Carter George Turner. MeWton tloni between Florida City and

n / nat and a motorcade o' Traffic hoard for the Information to auk one of the money order O. Ball and Bert Jeffrey Prrln would eater exhibit ,jf i
of chipper and elver..f trelglil
list
clubwomen from Miami mouth Ie ; In a Miami Gore Tneedoy He ton- Charles Turner wa* retained M the fruit festival

expected to visit the Orange Bio. In tW Mctlon. reaped when bo was confronted secretary and W. O. Downwn ...- Th grounds for the itlval!
The does rate route aret (t'!), ''
em Festival Mrs. Seymour Danetrostdmt .! with tb.lleI.ne.. found In bin tppolnttd a* attorney Mr Bu tent were burned clean Friday
of the Redlanl club, will 1I'J'Je.ACL .vaim h-. oa, By.fat. -. truck but .*ld that he wa alone was ella first vtce-pratdent under the direction et the .1" I*.-
f-pnn er no. .n ,FECLCLAS&CACL"RFPPot The arch for the ' second vleeprealdent aliment
b. th* chairmen In charge oa tbli Tdit. In the robber. Lad Wr Chrenltr
4&y. : This statement b doubted locally U.: P Willam wa, val U being designed by .... B Llvt

Thursday will be All-Stete* DayAU RR .r B0 the I however, a* the wale taken from homn: inspector of building. ugston.\ and a blueprint for the
When shipments are tendered buKdsr* will l be md by Clip! ,ngln -
state societies te Miami th* HoneetMud Office -OIl November
t the f E. C.. 't.-a. Important that ykl. IUI)1 fctKKIt ROAD Bid for "
fHIJih .*r E. L Hook. It,
have -"D Invited t* attend thi ItbI"bias It weighed |00 pound. After"tag' '
d routine b* *h.wrt lid elladlnv th arch will <>*
: lelutntt Tuevday construction Ot *
'.: \, ;Midland refs on this day TluV claM t 12"'f1.juaa, and. what" J. )>, Redd
% afternoon pro.nW1II Includesspeeth In = to obtain:* monty" orderf wart In tb,0 wale, the night from a meeting of the state called for at ones rl
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mites, but will tae nece* advertising IN!' ,<*
fn TallahajieeePh Tire ora
colnmlwl
'' "by Ed. Howe. gewapapei robber left It five mile* ** t ilffhway
; wry when .lIImeota are ,ancred which Mr. tleddaa llval tune been utJatrd by Herman
.' columnist who i* Wintering ,In pi' Mudalio In a dump of palmetto project on
the 8. A. L. ny.. M the Claw ratoir .
chairman of il>< 4
I In tie building ef a Mark.,
r will found later by working !
)(1fI1 J. Mr*. L. O Rutti *. where JYi a
> .* the maximum: rat**, Illata
be the ha4rmai of the Uy iMVoMlgator
\, Friday will, b* called Dad.I Rat and Trafflo Board letter M The Coral Oable Western Union Miami to Jacksonville. The Intl- that tbcsf together with n

plain the eommlwlou road alga will b* ready roe die.
Pay pr Edward Events ..ffloe was robbed October II. Its nation given by
County>> iby
.... : Bniiih ot Miami win b* the ipeakeit In in* class late, the chart while In .afe was aloe hauled away, to b* tae that If the counties procure :rlbuUo the lint of nest W\'k.
the hundred-weight following nerving la UI. right-of-way the Mat will The pries list announced today
the afternoon, and Mrs t. i the toy round the *
chart
a '' Moor will be chairman of tire day. ttio commodity: rate Mz-banket he mouth end of Coral Gable*. | Gild till road "rae prepared fir County Agent I ,
.
'" b, the packate With If. Btefrani. It appears la Mil on

i stead.Saturday school morning Children will.a Day b* Horn iarrler wvlvblnr dl.. pound and Farm Cantonments Seen as Only r.re Four

', .'x lu** weighing 12.Y, tomato ahip ----
a t Ther will b* plenty of parking I* drawn to the I I
attention
wrist OT HO HOTTee
!f*.":* space. A* acre .f ground has born .vlnt In obtaining! the claw rat, Relief for Unemployment Problem "Imornln.bout

:, cleared oft and It will be put under Th clap rates from Hom..t .d, It was a little Bootbid
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..' the cbsfg of a mesa who will directsystematic 3ould and perrln" are A* CeUbw: Mobilisation at the unemployed a m.ntJa.uo 10.6W).00' union men Else. for Iwlano.
'. dldn M any
of the cars. nut the mercury t\\
parking' New Torh 11.10 owt: t* Boston alone out of woko\ Upeak ;
a were
Ice e..a.n11'111 be on ate at all Philadelphia II" rnMlo** of th* Pnltod states into workers.piaty rover than II ht flight, the 1.
|bolt owl to of the unorganised
Six
) time, and two ef the Redland ;*t.! to Baltimore or Wa >ilntton farm canlonnient, similar ta the per Boat Of this amount reseller recorder lit the Tropic
discovered Whorl
w:" Junior Woman' Club girl will, ".ft ewt: to Buffalo U.n cwtl army oantonmenU Of the World would to to labor. lie said. and ,terlnunt station chart thin ;
read the mercury r
;, mingle with the visitors Chicken selling'popcorn and 1 1I' to: Pittsburgh l1.n rat Wilt period for the purpose of distributed among It.too. 0' anemploye h.i nornlnt. At tame *f roadin thneraury .
and peanuts The commodity rates from-thl* producing their food; ta inevitable, |3f would to to each j i
t' : steak dinner* at noon and at night 1 with the exception: that pastor1f was lit 41Kodtend
.action ( Dr. Edward Everett BmHn. man
r. "h1'o3, are expected to bring lot of 'Twit Homestead tile rate I* one the First CbrMlan Church of taut year Ute federal govern.ment District school schools totath IS) t1\. '
revenue the olub hope t* 4..th'l package higher) are etollow.1 nt .5IO."eeoO for conetructlob .r with all other
tent pr Miami and teacher o< the Olympia ***
N ; "' t the orange blomoin ,.. II Dusty were dismissed for tM ollArat
; from 1* Mew York Pkto ; Bible ClaM:: told Ills floniMtead yet unemployment In- .
01 in
., i t* replenish its treasury, 4epl, Boston $1. pk..I to PnlladelhU Lion Club Tuesday 110'" He M) red *v.ry month ae the year. t 11 'clerk this morning Bupertoten-:

1." '\ffftff, repeated bank failures. > "" pk..: to B lUmor. or convinced that this. to th* gene and,; notwithaanding.u tructloa from County, 01.104
:r ant Fisher, all th* """
;: IVaohUtton Ito pVl.! to VaffaloI4 only solution to the problem and "It will give ae more good roadi fnIlltlas

.;. It SIABBLE tTSMM TfB. .a pM.I ta t'tttrburgletic J*., that alt other form *f relief end mere bnlUlat. but w* bay aulnpd with! adegwte I.beetleg Mt "'.nu-, t
M tomorrow
"" Flnsls ta the marble tournament Shipments front this district so- whether In money voted by Con- more than w* need new* bv author

,".. "r- sponsored by the Uons Club te.I' r.ho on the morning of the fourth tree for doles pr through. tU donations Itnad ones will H..fary tile school CIMe"principal"hoe until ,7. week fy the cheat CbIWr..t &y at New tork. tUd slphie.estimsp. of prtvat Individuallor until the government doe adopta t, to

tlorldA City, Homestead and .R..- BaffaW and r tt burth!;,I br brwdlln, will only be temporary coMtructlr trolley for solving TAIKOVHIFEni: IHJW |

land district wHI lie played on Fb* .>a tile third .*r.4.. at Waahui !I* the problem wttl remain unsolved the unemployment problem PrfctUrti :

teary 11. C. WpCelbeniaoe. their oa,and. aa tit* fifth morning at., a* long a* tile unemployed 1IId. II* sold that liters are The llth anniversary If .lb.par" 'f

\ of the tournament onmKte*. oat... All ata.to. w. s: A. It.a .i I remain unproductive and burdaon l f..ll persons !. Miami en the of the 1j:1r1atlU: mh .'

amnouMcd Tu* day, .y, UV one day longer t* 'll,'. U th* productive portloo tf Sorts of 4UtnUa. and be west ant will be observed by p'ft"

If"\-The .n.UfIn ls must lie held by pellal&. oeUtyIV. making bltbtiy appeals (or help C. N. Walker Sunday III' t|M play

l February t. when the name of Copies ot the Trdfflo Board lets Smith described the present over the radtWaea *. a sermon entitled "Shall Wri 'Y1t1d

the two winner from oath school \ were brought t* Homestead policies ojt Ilia lflaf.\IIIIIt fr nmpor -; we began to feed*tbe.* .in* Wfluof Dragon ,

moot b* tttrntd In t* the chairman' till. week by Thorn J:. Grady. the .int belief .* "bunr!" RcfMTtor people they were without Work, ta hi* sermon the pastor of.fnlommtead
.1t4.
I The winner ef the aeml-flaal will II boIIr4'* traffic mti*.*r. and they t* the '''0..0..... con and they arc still without work Baptist n Urckel

compete la th* final te determine .aa b* obtained" at th. of/loe ef tnwtloa pjugram *nau** d ** W* .r* only relhulng their B wdt "*Kh Oho efforts that are **

tb ithamplon play' r and th, *ham/. :the Redland District ',hlnher I Jf 'vne mean* Ir unemployment relief. .nipor.rny. w h"P net solrtdContmutd ig made to submit tits f'ro1l1t.! .lom /.

pion School of too 4Wrk e.i ''::Gnus,.*, j,ht ukwl how far It would go .pled| ( *n Page Mix' ) i "' <*ndm'!nt to r.f_ .
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_Page_Two THE HOMESTEAD, LfiADER. Thursday,January: 15" 1931.
w/ ww wrwi r r/w 1ww.ril."i11tAl111li

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TO BE JUDGED BY 0 r Introductory Special jj ;;

HOMESTEAD BOY: I 10 M I!S T I low A un'GRO.ClacY LIMIT 3 TO A CUSTOMER

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Earle Matthews Selected: dro CLOVER FARM"an
For Two Exhibits on
Jan. 22 and 23 i Collet lcannab13S C "

Earle lfsflh.wsO son Mr Homestead's Only a 'il
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31v> P F. Matthew n ,
CLOVER FAR31 t
01 M the "'
LI t.1tlraMy of "rl<
"III art Imago of the ("lIikl..,
C.,! Club to exhibit and of the.. l.,1 a r MaltSUGARF/ i
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.ir, the Hovtbrrn Silver Seemly a i O Oi Oso EE39c i
r'n for rat Hub, boUt *r which ant ,
t." held January It and II Ini
Miami ass part 0'the Rude O.ontjr -I CLOVER FARM == .
Pair Tat eat hw to t* behold |
la idruir.r the Fair, TIIE g
-.a: Corn Beef
bwnaat the eaU are to teat.|, BEST 9c i
now tot brauM the ran rill bn
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*dd for other dtaplara' at thai

time.on CLOVER FARMToilet _
tke** ammo day th Magic Opp jJ
City. Cat dub will .alM... hato nu
,1&I1"Uo.zhtblt. Marguerite,which will Mabla. Jnd el |UaaatTktw <>4 liylira. reran Paper, : Sc I

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Junior Oak Olub and tt to (
or the I
rap.ted thai there will IMat g CLOVER FARM CLOVER FARM = :
Iraat thai MANY cuts.nt.NNl la the I
conttat The vmb..r*.f tb* club Rolled Grits Meal
.1.bl'Mra.ti'itff Id ago front Tire nine HomMad.tntmbrn mouths to1'I::| Oatsssajgc: or : OS.15c:

who hart stored atiar Ii==
Margaret Blrnro and fblr!.r;: CLOVER CLOVER FARM
t>anarRental rata belonging toli) MUSTARD lARMIOc SALT 2 PACKAGES --Se 5
Ifs a r. Matthew. will also !>-]I:
.iWbK.4 la the".how.Mrs Ii

'If honorary Matthews show is m.given aac.r the.bot a-ira........|I:: ,MINCE MEAT FLA RUM VOR 2Sc RAISINS, 3 lbs. 25e
.t hot splendid work In Managing :
cat ahow which,:
the all previous
Dave b*.. hold ta this county: but :a i
due r*Mrs Matthtwa poor Btalth I! Crl.sco 3 POUND CAN S9c Cocoas CLOVER A ftZ9c !
the actual arranmant for thenorthers I' Mixing Bowl reeI LB. GLASS
thel
2 t Dad are la
bands.(J...Rob a.yr oeanty agent
and general manager*t the County clr Farm
nit. Roast Beef Per Can 24c DATES TWO POUNDS 2SC t
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n.croR RETlRUi I Potted Meat Clo6 Canarm 25c, Vienna Sausage c I sZ5c I '

;tat C. P. Jackson, who baa
served a* rotor *f the Homestead : I
Episcopal Church for 14 years, bu :a BALLARD MACARONI Clover Farm
asked I* be ro loved *f him dvtli.H : Flour BLUE GRASS Z 4 c ZOC
will coatlnu c. UK la :I 6 LBS. SPAGHETTI CJ Plcgs.
Mad, and, h* says. :

.f R the....conervcatloa.jackann first"ama t nom-I i:I CALO 3 PUMPKIN No 211 =
cans .5
Ida It loan ago and took i 29c.1 Two FOR
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hon Uad at Jupltrr. .b i
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practiced *.lei. but eves thnh '
TALL
took a very active' part la to-':I RED BEANS CAN XOc: MATCHES, 3 large boxes lOc: I
$ ltlou work. l..I.r"* cam* I* i ;
coconut Grow, whir h* bwam :a
rector of the M. 'epll""D, Ep.pal ..- i==
CII1I c'". which poaltton h* MILK
atM&rapid until h. Maine r* Kora-,11. i.r 3 TALL CANS #5C BLUE IIOSE-LB. 5C ,


USE MANGANESE \: SALMON TALL TWO CANS PINK .SC CATSUP. 1116%A ill :I4c I

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'! Standard Corn NON? PEAS June No. 2 \
666 !;== :lOcI Early can :lOcIvory I

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I*a dive an n. npt_ for =
COLDS ana HEADACHES'' Large Pkg. 21c FlakesSfit 21c
It la the mM lawrdf r ii xly fcaowv : Chips 2 Small 17c 17c
660 also in Tablets Ii

.Iin MILFORD CORN 17cMEAT POST CORN TOASTIES FLAKES Two Packages 15C E .,'

John U. Tower, Al. D. d

X.HAT Ii I AND PRODUCE

PHOSsM It :;

1 d BUTTER ANY PER POUND BRAND 36c. White Bacon, Ib. 17c: I


( i j:3 I LAMB. SHOULDER ROAST, lb. 20cPork. POTATOES! lbs. 2Sc


Shoulder, lb. 20cCHUCKROAST CARROTS or BEETS 2 BUNCHES icORANGES : '


.1't1' ft RtdlandJ! Best t., .
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; ac I DOZEN ..,c.CABBAGE


.. t1 I'Pork Chops POUND a4cUAHJIG PER Home POUND Grown 4 Ai,.* '=S


,Gi.'*,'iv';*'.'.','P.....' ,.I== JTl/llTlOiVHOLE KIN CAN'S or LAS, 21 Potatoes S5 LBS: :Me<< I

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II fIi!{ MISS TORBIT SHOWS ARTICLES MADE 1 a.UIATH1'8 n.0I REBEKAH. DEGREE CONFERRED BY MEN 'irr

41 1 FROM THE COCONUT AND PALMETTO I I'IUJltxn hELL LTtl PLAY ONLY FOR FIRST TIME IN FIFTY YEARS
0" I
The Dramatic Arta Club gave Joe
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i S. Attractive thick looking eocenlil Mr L. Lob MM JonpphlM t.1 that mil-toncth pby. "TIt..r !> DM pest tin U* over M III the lard dtaMc lira
(" p libra handbag and tooelef notebook Mr*. J. O. Moor- Mrs & M. Under. "_ht.- on Thursday rrMn.. year the Rebekaft degree was "... save a lecture on aywbnMan. diM

or' bach and .111" shades .t the I M... Q. R. Maynard. MmAM January I, to the Homestead ictannat **rr4 *a ft candidate by a. team other gave ah.rt talks
nthjwMen. w.... Kum: Morlit A baeidaereMe.f' shower In her ret
meter) ) west the Uarpok .. Mh**! .*.tItefh&.. H >wee oxplant entirely of BMn, when
frame among Mrs A.
*. Charles T. Aim a..n.je, J.kw,'. btetbdeytowed
a'1' many article that Ma Cirrle Tow Khk, :Mm. R. B. Kdwardaj, Mm 4U pages.ntej wnder the direction Of r I. rrankVa Was Initiated hit* this pallet %be service .,bt. H

kit aaelajtnt county demonstration SnUtK 11.... Bert Breach Mm.ttKkler. )I.... 1.. ft. Boyor tile Liberty Rvbeaah Ledge *( eras aM l. the O gent brought t. the motion *f Mrs Lehman Him. M P. The oast of cbarMton Visa as Homestead tt Ue lueetlna Monday Homestead Demonstration Club JoI/' Defter 0mlth. Mm follow ..
tint Wollam. & : eight January IS. Member *t alnvin n4 palm and th
:Friday afternoon In the Baptist W. T .",*It. Mm, Fred H Redd. Martha Baldwin, a widowElolKO .u....' Won of 11.... Mlrrni Jr' \.",..
:'; Sunday school building. Mr*. A. A. Br. Mm T T. Bow. Bradley the Inlllatlnc team were noble The ineelhia- tics adjourned to 'IKMere '
Largo melon shaped bas>fete ... JoI.... n. L. Hobeoiv Mrs Grady Joey bat crippled OPII-iobt'M grand. Harry D. Wolfe: vleesrraad.K. rtraterly ouuldi gay I UModem '
wastebaskets. flower booklets and nttth. Mr, ArvtIU Booth and Mm 89M' E. .u.,: chaplain. H. L. Beeteunuit. where n .1" 1"
Yon bows thawed the possibilities V. M. Orlnn lL David rbx"'/n love with :Martha Chryney: past sable rand. H B. leu supper wa served In lira '
ar ,
lot the Menu ot the palmetto.Bbredded Guests present wr: Mrs A. i. -ft. B. scoot BealHe; conductor. R O. Moon.wrden : Florence Paettl ..I"I r lie +
-; palmetto leave had bees Marls Mrs Own K. WakofleM.Mr Bolry Watkins. bind loin- Henry Brooker Jr.. right daughters of *e\.iKl II. i. .0.Iii
Coll** and sewed Into large and H. J. Brockott. Mm. It. K.Ita. Mont* I'ttcet.tl. supporter of noble gmnd. E. A Shaded II M* and booureee \ ,-, ,'<
mall baskets similar to other ....*. W.... E. Bmltbv 11.... A. M.Wwt Donald Hull her nephew.-.Bl. Buchanan; left supporter of noble decorated the Hull i iidiOFIt
Shown that bad beta mad .f wire ott. JoI.... W. F. Bean, Mm bert rroecnr, grand :Ed Capllngor: right supporter -
grae I Ben Archer, MM Keys Roblnion Ruth Nay Donald'n .Hancee- of rice-grand. Wm Thorn f .
Palmetto I..a\e* and coconut 'Mrs W. K. Waltoa and hire A. UDavlA Nancy Do).,. ;ton; left supporter of \lc-gran IS GIVEN
leave bad been cut In lone slim Allen Richards III love with Jason Array: Inside guardian a Felt MK& H.iKKHMm .
strips, braided and sewed tt form ThoM attending Ulna TorbH'i Ruth-Bill Morrl A. TrbbeUn property loan C Pdrlnold. I Vaanl Lee Harrl* a t.-.
decidedly ttractjvo bat*, :Mai demonatrat Oat to Redland Friday ll,. Chapman the mystery girl I Character or the tableaux bride, was fiver a ahewer by Mir
bad been wove (from the, flat morning were: Mr*. Oe.. K Must Dorothy Connor I went Mr* Goldie Wolfe,, I Margaret H.1I4t1c1l110
leave II.... Great Msherj, Mr*..K. A. Car- Adam Qlamtt' the eonotabl_ hire Cora Bell Qrlnold. Mrs Mar- Hitch at Ute home *4 M M H !
A coconut dipper was .11.... :Mr MM. George W. Turner. Mm Douglass Itoaello.Althoufh Jade llQat *. Mr*. Jacqueline Saturday -
After the demenerrtttoa was George W. Turner Jr. Mto) E.- the andlenco was got I Brooker use plane accoiuiieaM. I The gueeu inrlieded )fro, Viaantlthv t

even the troete**.* Mr, XX 3.Uachler :telle Turner Mr. Carl H. thoom a* large a. had here bepeA for. I Mm Jennie V. Gore Of Miami Mr* U. IX Branch, M.- Albert .
sad JoI.... LM Lehman ker. Mr*. CmerMt Dovberry.Mr those who attend enjoyed the president ot Kebekah Assembly x A. Dummy, Mr* W. a B..M
.*r>*d sakes aid punch fit Donor i John B. OeodMn, ..... Peterfetereon play Tory inure. Florida was prevent at the meet man Ml* rrence ritthua-fc Miss
'.f Mr*. Back I..... birthday. Each! Mm. Frank Klnr. MmW Defers the play meals was fur- ing. TWO Past state praaldoat. Albert PacettL Mb* Alia. MobmnMao
.a* preeent received a humorous L. Crocker, Mrs Charter Ounp.Mr slaked by the Homestead Mull M.... Minnie Collor Nod Mrs Amy Lydla Anne lee Maw I*- 1
"Iortun" and four plant were *. J. G. Elder If... Jews Cowman school orchestra and the bleb I Bobbins both of Miami, were also :Acres Roberto and Miss LetS M*,
gives the holder of lucky number u... Walter Thompeon. MmA school view Quartet I present Another distinguished U*.

*. A birthday song doom the T. PblUlp .r.. MUM EMhrQrunwvll. Following tile play the art and guest was Mr* rem Arnifteld' *f (Continued bn rate 'U)
meeting.Th 111.... B. Cat.llow. Mm the assisting musicians held a Miami, district deputy president
number preeent Included Alfred Albrrchf. Mr*. Seymour business and social meeting at the ;
)fn. J. J. Moore, Mr. T. J. Letch- Dana Mr, Char Lair. Mr* R Homestead Woman. dubhoUMu
:worth Mr*. Margaret R oior. Mr*! B. Zenker Mr. A., 11 Price Mm The following officer wore
Frank Skill Mr. M. A. Bwait. Mr*. Claud A. Hol,.... Mm A. B. Barn elected Buelr.ee. mannfer Elbert 24-26
i. D. Wreong. Mr*. O. A. W.... and Mr Harry R..I,. Fnwcher: secretary, Nancy Bon:
troaurr. 'I'IUIall'It"1o.. The
NORTH FAV'SOFF:
-"OWER IIrRPnlSES Margaret Daniel Mm J. X VTebb resignation from the Club of Jo**IBollnier

MISS HELEX BJtOOKCK Henry Wrujht -claru. 8lmmon wa aortd.Mm I MIAMIATE

A shower tor Him Helen Brooke and Mr. and Mrs Bird Hardy If U E *
On -Neft -Indiana.Mr .
bride-to-be was nicely camouflaged
,
Other friend of the brlde-M-b
In. a choir rb.enal by the *. George ftMd-OM*.
print :Mr. O R. QroWa
member ef the B-o.uar Sunday Were Ule' Jennie LobdellWlaconeln..
... choallue a* the- Wilt .Stoneilethodlat Mr.,and Mr*. It L.Burnbam.: Mm. U,.. JI!. A. Ennl -)llrlll....
Church Wednesday.oven- J. p. RedJ Mm M. A. Murphy.Mm hire B. r. MaHhew..-J lag at the Homestead grammar Ou**!. Joiner. Mr*. Ed Brookr. kota.
school auditorium. Mm, Lu\& Free J. L. Burton, Mrs, Wm. Zhinlop.-M.**acb.-

Miss Bracket was very pleasantly Dave Wllllama Dorla Baker, eettm.
surprised when at the clot .( :Archer Smith and Webster and Afro C. It Steffanl-Waehlnrton. SALE
i
the rehearsal little Dorto Baker May William 1>. CUrn.
and Webster "William appeared H. H Bwln -Kan.***

with a tort basket filled, with -JoIro7 Heart' Mrs. Grady 0mlta-aeomla, i
Jr Iw i.
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daintily wrapped package, which Brooker. Mm D. 8IWtall.rc"nqlvuaa. "As We Lice So We Grow"We
u4 Invitations to a nilrellnne
her t"16 f. W. fthou_Kentucky.Mr I
deported at
they Mr*. J. B. Davis teacher of UwBquar hewer flBtvrday to afternoon be gives at In her honor horn of *. J. McCrendy...Canada. hare taken extra quarters, right next door,

slam. told bar thai the** I It U hoped that each state to
to for stock of
Mil Helen Brooker whoa war provide room our large roods.
were a few expreeeuxia .( low .ndappreciation the Union and every forelpi country -
rings t* Ernest Thompson of Palmetto
lot hi year ot *er will take place Monday MrThornpeen will bares number .a tile Pro Below are a few of the items we will tell specialfor
Invited.
lee and loyalty tho slaw *t which grow Everyone I* Refreshments -
formerly lived In Home.stand.
all. has been the ecretary-trea- will be served. Friday and Saturday in observance of our

wear mines tt* organhutloo. expansion.
After the gift were all opened MRS. ENM3 HOXORJJ
U4 -admired Mr*. Burton pld 'AM STTtTTH PROGRAM ox Binmn.iT
out telegraph blank and asked AmtAxci:IXIX>R ctfxr DAT Relatives and neighbor, ot MmE. 10,000 YARDS- .

each one to writ a five word telegram At a business meeting of tilt A. Ease surprised her with a
to Mia Brocket In which Woman' club *t Homestead at party at her horn test Thursday CRETONNES, CURTAIN GOODS.DRAPERY

each word, must begin. with a Utter the club house Tuesday afternoonMr might la honor at her birthday GOODS ENGLISH PRINTS' AND
of her nam The remit wen *. Or*. Neft. Mr.. O H. St.n'anLM. They assembled tint at the hmtt ,
\ n source of much merriment. MWM ... Wm. Dunlop Mix Jennie Its and Mr*. N. O. BalL FANCY VOILES

p. the a-U-appl oatlnc softest ,Lobdell *nd Mr. George Ranaon f i :A. birthday cake with condone"
by Dill Bather and Dave William were apolnUd a. delegates la the ; was given X.... Ennl Th* *.entnf IQc yard
1 I
Hot coffee and chicken **. .nd1i Dade County Federation which will wa spent Id Playing tarn*.
Icbe* were served by Mr*..Burton. probably bo. held the latter part of end other Informal entertainment

"' Mrs Ed. Brooker and Mr, BirdHardy. January la Miami. I I I I Girt or the guests were bentowodla 1,000 TAMS AND BERETS
r .. Old faMon4 dances and Plan wore made to attend the *. hower tt badkerchlels.The"
.
.. the Virginia reel tlood the rrenln lUdland Orange Festival" which ..,I preeeot were: Mr. and IN BOTH SILK AND WOOL r
\ to be hold at .th* club bo '
Member of the class present the Woman Club of the Itodlanda.SeTerel Mr* Adam Zuni. ;Mr and Mr
were: Mar Helen Brookor. JoI,. reader were chosen for ,; Roy Matthew )lr. and Mr* O. 50c each
Vx and Mrs C. H. Popper. )lr. aqd ornolMtlon of their respective If, Patcbott. Mr and Mr* Nekwnrullertbu. !
hire D. E. Bhr. Mr*. June elates for part. In the .U..ttee' Mr. and Mr*. U. H.Snlnc. .
I
t Baker Mr and Mm Pan William program l. be given Guest Diy : Mr. and Mr. O H. hewUr. -
Mr*. J. JIDa'l'III, Mr*. J. O. Klnff.Mr January IT, at the clubbou**. Mr. and Mm L R. 1'rWo. 200 SILK DRESSES 500 COATS
*. If. Tburnan.,. Mr*. Joe Bar The leader elected were: I Mr. and Mm. E. A. East* and Mr* I
\; ton. XU Allies Kc<;'lcllJuuL Mlw Wra. ITiinlnp- >>tJu4. N a Baa

mJlllnlllllllllllnllllllllltmmmtHfllnUmnnnnDlIbII1lImmlrnI! : [[ UnUll!! mllmmIll! lIJ1UllUllmIUlII1Il1I11! { $1.00 each $3.95 up

ROBERT E. LEE

53 "My tasa for mi country at a* bleb E
\ ::: a* the flap that ,..... n* dreg a* the 5 1,000 HATSSILKS
C toots at The mM, u wide a* the _
dubetween UM ootaa*.* AND STRAWS, TO GO ATs'1Ioo

I one's profession \ '1-
KNOWLEDGE of gains apprecia-
... is!
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== ; conduct wins approbation. .

". Ability and a desire to serve faithfully never go un- ./ ,

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TO BE JUDGED BY '
Introductory Special I :

HOMESTEAD BOY Fri IMp ;;A'AM 1 LIMIT 3 TO A CUSTOMER. 1 I' z

Earle Matthews Selected E3 At---Roc sift y ArfaHolucstcad's CLOVER FARM "

For Two Exhibits on 1 Can Baby
Jan. 22 and 23Valth. Coneec. F. Milk 35 C 1 "'''1 t,
Free ,'.. ,
Fnrie" ..... on or Mr and Only E '.
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Mm K P Matthews and n MIU' .'1.
' CLOVER FARM.
5S
dent At the nlrerelly of Klorldn "
will act as lodge of the Children'sCat ,, :,
club exhibit sad .f the exhibit Malt 3LBS. "
or the southern purer society, a SUGAR FREE 3'C'0 '
ttnlor cat stub, both ot which-tre
.. I
I* b held January If and >I In
Miami.a part of the bail Connty .I CLOVER FARM I
Fair. The eat thaw It to beheld r
la advance of the March Fair TilE .. =
I Corn Beef
because, the eat are In better coat I BEST" ,C +?
now and because the raft will beneeded I
for other displays at that
lime CLOVER FARMToilet _
On the** cam dam I ho Magic

Mr ehusette.Those city\ .. Cat Marguerite..which dub wilt will Mul>b lo U.>., Judged o(huexhlblt Mam 1\0 by Paper:;:u 5c i :t

aN MVcnty-HV membersof
the Junior Cat Club and It Inxprctel I
CLOVER FARM 3
that then will be at CLOVER FARMRolled

tract content thai The many member eat" entered' of the In club the Oats Grits Meal 1 TWO '
rant. In at tram nine month to I I .XSc or PKGS. 15cC .
eighteen year Two Homestead .
member who have rntond vat I '
art Margaret| Mrnni and Shirley CLOVER I 3
ttanter, Several rat belonging. to MUSTARD"I 8 oz.S FARMXOC. SAL s 2 PACKAGES 15C
Mra 8. F. Matthew will also tic ==
.
exhibited In the nhowMr
*,Matthew I*rUon the tam. MINCE MEAT RAISINS 3 Ibs.
of honorary chow manager,bemuse FLAVOR25cCr.sco 2Sc |
ot her iplendld'work In nunaglnith =
alx previous cat shows which
have been held In this county; but
due to]lira Matthew' poor health 3 POUND CAN Cocoa CLOVER FARlU4'C ssLB.
Y the actual arrangement for the I l\llxlng Bowl Free 5'C { S
northern end *C Dad are In the
hand of 1.0,Ralney,county agent
4 and central manager of the Couly Roast Beef Clover Farm DATES TWO POUNDS
ralr I Per Can 24c 2Sc I


R :OTOR RETUIM:: I Potted Meat Clover :rm 35cH Vienna Sausage cAFNs25c |

'
Rev, C. P. Jackson, who has =
served rector of the HomeradFplcopal I
a*
Church for It year, hu BALLARD MACARONI Clover Farm ;
asked to b* relieved of hit duties Flour BLUE GRASS Z4c I .OC
(a
U* will. continue to lice In Homestead == 6 LBS.I SPAGHETTI Pkgs. ,
and hI"" become on*
==
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Ot the congregationRv "
,, Jackson first cam to Florida CALM 3 PUMPKIN No. 2Vz ,
cans 29c ZScm
It year ago and took vp a TWO FOR
homestead at Jupiter where he "

he practiced took a medicine very active but part.even In then rollglou .'I RED BEANS CAN lOc MATCHES, 3 large boxes lOc j
work. later h cam to = I '
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a Coconut drove. where he became -
H
rector of the Bt Stephens Episcopal -
rhuroJu which position he occupied CLOVER I FANCY := "
MILK ]RICE
.tead. until h. cam to Horn I 3 TALL CANS ..,5c BLUE ROSE-LB. 5 CI


USE MANGANESE SALMON TALL TWO CANS PINK .Sc CATSUP MK" 14cl .


666 I Standard Corn CAN 1OcChi PEAS, Early June, No. 2 can lOc I r :

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COLDS U a riovtor anti rrewrlptHM HEADACHES'for 'J' Small{g. 21c Flak QLg-pkg-21c gt\t\\;
Ivory
III*the most speedy rnnnly known j 1 So 2 17c 2 Small i7c j : ,
666 also in Tablets 9i ..It(

I Ii MILFORD CORN 17c: [POST CORN TOASTIES FISHES Two Packages ::15 i J

John B. Tower' M. D. I

S.IUYfUOor1C .. I ME7IT AND PRODU-CE-- .
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-- = BUTTER ANY PER POUND BRAND 36 White Bacon, Ib. I7c: j

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j LAMB SHOULDER ROAST, lb. 20c POTATOES,! '10 Ibs. 28c I ;


I Pork. Shoulder lb. 20c CARROTS or BEETS 2 BUNCHES 150ORANGES : 1 4Redlands


I'CHUCK ROAST ft.I Best e
*5c '
: .1' DOZEN ..$cf 1.

I Pork Chops EuWJS 24cI CABBAGE S'pB5JB 4c o E .":


'General 01 HAMS\ KINGAN'S or }lALF IbVIIOLE '24 Potatoes S5inlT ':ISclI J

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Public Utilities\. = Phone 15 ,FREE DELIVERY 102 S. Krome i7 = .t.ts

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. ./Thursday.January. 15. 1931. THE HOMESTEAD LEADER Pace ThrefItotraEaf.a3lg
-
: : Turkey
1
i At Expense of Losers:
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a Wotdn'Ndar flight was cold and .
i, dreary, but *.hh* ranting fire 11&he \ P. J.Franklin
aMinlw rlnp\ac.' or th, 11"nu" I
ny c.
stead Golf und Country ('lull 1
o"fllJtead Hourly. and 11".1.Ivel I Il li .
; ... forgot about the \nathci n .
/*,.- a bountiful turkey dlnn irovU I
$ .4-l,>r the anfortunte H.,ihO Phone 40 WE DELIVER Homestead, Fla.
la t ,.an attendance n>
whisk on December 11 "t"1
Th Mgt a J0-|>oui.rt ftlnl.
,,
d vas procured b>' Onn llivcn. ('upi
aln of the 11M., droned by Dr.I, FOUR
J. B Tower, another one or the CAL, FREE 51k Sugar
.
--
' loatre,.slid cooked n la Hamby byCharjM BLACK EYEDPEAS STRINGED I
Z J.-VI1, Jr. etlll another
Jte3..a83. served by tin nmnairTnunt .I BROOM
: of the Cuunlr flub
., WITH PURCHASE OF
The club voted to IIILanolh. attendance contest fur the month! 4 POUNDS
29c
nt February In support of u inotein -
s hlSi put the Florida dlattlctf 25c 2 Ibs. Our Fresh
I'
Jw3J7 In tint place In attend1.net 69 EACH
art honor now, hold b y the i Ground Coffee for C e
Oklahoma district The prim will I
be a turkey dlnn. but the
tees, not the losing Mo, IIb"-1
>ld* It. .
,. teJinnee."The local standing club baa from raised 21th IU at In- MILK, Every Day, 10 Tall Cans. 81c FLOUR' Kitchen Queen JBr.... a 85c. (.,

:"\h JUt to a place among the high )

ten The lu four hoteriuni months.accepted an invitation CRISCO, 3 Ib. Can for .... ._ 59c COCOA, Rock-Co., 2Ib.lkga.n 25c 1


the Redland, ot the to Woman's help celebrate Club l1a\its of SALl\IO.N J TAM, CANS J-OIl ...... 25e Lighthouse Flakes, 2 Pkgs. .. 15c
Orant* Dloiieom Festhal by

In n'*'land next lubhouM...eak', luncheon at the RICE, Whole Grain, 3 lbs. ..n. 15c MEAL or GRITS, 5 Ibs... ...... 19c

run: ,: THROW nltl'A1i13TIE SHREDDED WHEAT?y"' lie
MATCHES, 3 large boxes for.. lOc

"Ppptil"Jilnuclf Ilohrer when he brought scored gloryto In 0 TOILET SOAP Fairsex 3 Bars. 13c CRAX, All 5c Values 6 Pkgs. .. 2.5cSYRUP
free,-throw breaking n tic score In ,
n the very tart minute Of a tight Red Hill 1.2 Gallons. 36c
baaket ball gftroe which was played i ibetw.en OCTAGON SOAP,Three 5c Bars lie ,
Homeatond High
School boy the' team and the Fort PINEAPPLE MONTE CANED 25c LARD, Jewel, G Ib. Buckets 79c Ii
Lauderdale High Schoolboyrf .O, *t

.team.coon.ore.01 Tueaday on the the game night total was basket The 11-11 final Hall JELLO, Assorted Flavors, 2 pks. 15c PICKLES '.1"I'o a" ;r" Quarts 33c J

The .Homestead High school APPLE BUTTER Quart Jars 21c '
girl*' team played a"tie-10 game, with, th"girl' titsscore I CORN, PEAS & BEANS, 3 Cans 29c ,
ot which was
; GINGER ALE S W-4 Bottles 25c
:team from Lauderdale High 111MOGRAI1 2
'."Y'.. )
," ornccns MAYONNAISE, Pints 25c-Qts. 49c
? CHURCH Et-Ktrs PEACHES, No. 21.2 Can... .. 16c
Member ot the Church of God 2Cans 25c
__ had a,business January meeting 14. to elect on Wedneaday Raw- TUNA FISH FLAKES, L&S Preserves, Pure, 16 oz. Jar 25c

church officers and discuss aotlvl EAGLE BRAND MILK, Each.. 19c f
tie of the" church. 3. H. Oodion BAKING POWDER ii ro ro'.- 28e
W. P. Cash and B. C, Murphy
were Gh..... trustees; H. H. Dodaon APPLE SAUCEH .TcsV8llE2 for 25c
CALO Food 3 Cans for 29c
war re-elected secretary L. A. Dog : ;
Young was mad treasurer, andMrs. TOILET PAPER Per Roll 05c
..
,
,:.' J. church'H Dodaon membership planlut .U TOMATOES, 3 Large Cans 23c
Th tate. PORK and BEANS 4 25cHOMINYStokIey'sNo.212Can \
Officials
gradually Increasing large cans
strangers! and lttor! wUI receive Apple Jelly, lOc Values, 3 for. 25c : i
a hearty welcome at the general .
Mrvlce lOc: Pickled Peaches, No. 21-2 Can. 39c


.; Seminole Theater CORNED BEEF, 16 oz. Can.;0. 21c Peanut Butter, 32 oz. Jars for .*. 33c !

..IA'ITRIMY, JAN. ITSCO Monarch Peas, Gallons, Each.. 98c FREE While They Last-2 lb. Bag ::
'lilin crush tbnmgh the band

HEX of wild MtYXAItn fmllaw In CHIPSO, Large Packages._ 23c Kitchen Queen Flour.

"Sons of the Saddle"
I
TMnl Jiti: o<)o of ,
-TIIK: .J.\IJ. UOX" I'' i I
"U\F. GHOST," a K-r
I ,r and CartoonNIX tacky Rabbit Meat ItemsISOV8 Produce Items. !

anal MOX., .u. 1.... I i
1"'RF.
The InmitfH have never uttered POTATOES, 5 Ibs. for _ _ 16c i iI
you> anything faster or funnier j PORK SAUSAGE, Per Lb. _ 29c I

." In the HMIIa- :than1UH1IUKKATOX of I.nglu- I I, BUTTER, Any Brand, Per Lb. 39c SPINACH, Home Grown, 2 Ibs.. 15c j I


[ .:'; With Cliff"Dough Edwards Boys"The sing I Iw I I CHUCK ROAST, Western, lb.25c CELERY, White Stalks, Each lOc

the Doughboy)

f ->., Ackkdl Hurry I I-angdim"Th0 WirUiip(NmmlyH'l ," PORK SIIOULDERS\\I'o:,n o\l.f'. 22c ONIONS, Yellow, 3 Ibs. for. He J

':*_,,...t Wl:U., JAN 10-11 :
j VII.I.KM BOTD In WHITE BACON, Plates, Per Lb. 15c CABBAGE, Home Grown, Ib.. Ole

Officer O'Brien"

.. .table- Dnrolhi ILnwwt NrbaaUaii,..,....... and EGGS, Guaranteed Per Doz. .. 35c ORANGES, Redland..Per Doz.. 25c


< *7*-. k flttttpplnt)<'athe" melodrama T,olur* 'from ,CHEESE, Full Cream, Lb. .. 25c BANANAS Golden Ripe, 315s.. 12c
7'1Iow. Buckingham' Mary of }

f rwoTld.AMrd Ommlynd SPARE RIBS, Per Pound ..... 18c APPLES, Yorks, 5 Ibs..!or.'.-. 28c '::1

.. Amllo RmlrwTHtllt ---- --- ___ __n_ _
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J.'CK IIOI.T ta Ballards Self Rising or Plain

__ ."Heir Island"With FLOUR
Ralph Groves and

Adcartt nntnlhy KrtatatlawMcniMId" Comedy andMtfkry 6Lbs. 3Sc 12 Lbsa 65c 24 Lb-s. S ..Z5ra

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Pajre Four THE HOMESTEAD_LEADER Thursday, January 15, 1931.

but the truth I*. ....* d* read a lot .t fey ova mere hilarlou. adventure ;:
II THE LIBRARIAN'S CORNER of books *n llrlm and hlleeophr at the front Tb laugh ,
By the way, that word "reHa-lon" some with the staccato frequeaeyot DE-TES IMONIALi
t\r MRS V. It, DOW, LIBRARIAN
la derived trove a "ward that mean machine gun fire.
...... "..nl.. out," ".11 Last Sunday jnornhif th_ ......- for knowledge .f thtng spiritual meek of u* like that Jack: Holt and Ralph Qrave*.
IMd you hear Churlo over the having "tuned." kidded and tough
with the .Issued upon the report of librarianevorywbers .
Ian was invited to meet rr
radio Wednesday morning and not oach ether under the eve and lath
M n'" Class 0 f th<(,Raptlet Sunday and ale open the ht* reference U the little velum air via 'Bubnarin and
School and talk book* For two monthly and weekly new aheot his. mother loved-"Dally Help tot Flight" now transfer their aotlvl '.'
t..ara t have tried br book Red by out out br bock Bbll here ani' Dally Needs't We feat It her In tie to a new locale In Columbian 3
"rook t6 achieve that Invitation. took ...1...* But da iron think I jour library. and every little while sensational dramatic ,tterln.lalld ,-
Tan sec that clam meet*, each Bun- touched upon ray euhjectt No, act torn one take It home; and_*." reJ aiell'i .. ," which to scheduled ,
day morning In the library and *e MIC. I carried dome books with people have told .... after .readingIt to/ coals: In the Seminole Theatre
II ort at *eein. to b* the library me and I just talked about those they have, purchased espies Of OB Stall far a two day*' run.
toss, and one evening when I met volumes until all my time wa eon- their own. Teat I like. being Th Sahara Deeert, the caul of
'h'' new clam leader aid ba spoke turned and not..a soul there .knewI librarian, It IOta yen cloea to the Bell-Abba Tunis. Morocco Algiers
c if the clan*. I thought It would be really knew the tewon (or the heart of thing and tile trim colony of French
"B opportune tint t* drop nothi > Guiana provide. the backgroundsfor
.' bint-,Ju gentle one, youn day.Not alt of our moat popular book ... u.. a drama that offer* an,amount
I' *''- M I Mid. "t think I shall are fiction. At the Seminole l of thrill equal to. the part Columbia JUDGE SOKwf.Sayer : .
Mt your clam neil Sunday, and Bruce Barton' three .book; I bits featuring this moet populav .
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Hi, said, 'Do come, that will be "What Can a Man Believe. "The "' A 'eeeweeew. ''' team if player The thrill,
aloe." Tou all know I never Mao Nobody Know*"' and "The Sherman was all wrong It yon however are of aa entirely different If folks don't quit
ifria an Invitation. But the funny Book Nobody Knew" are la such i look at war through the eye of nature putting this here
bar had to purchase Molt aDd Grave two adventifrou .
,?in WM tile Introduction When demand we ,, portray
who "D 'into clan leader Introduced m. duplicate) coplea. And Basil Klnr""CODqUe1it those see American serving In Ilusco linin' on their
lit said my being there WM the re.jlt of rear run a close Buster K*&ten'* newest talking the ramous French Forelffa Lotion. brakes I'll be busted
-\ o( an aeoldentl ACCIDENThat eond. And *o even In her read' comedy, which *ome. to the Seminole flat. The gol-dinged
.\ do you know about that! I IIt Ing homestead keep to the trendof Sunday and Monday,
stuff hold
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all,. I tied prepared quite a glee the flay Giving u* a paaalag For In the new Uetro-Ooldwln- I wet
tons talk on the Increasing desire 'fiance you might not realise It. weather as well as it
Mayor picture ttl a hurricane of Brown-Bilt Shoesfor does durin' a dryperiod
tensile, with Bunter, Cliff Edwards
Prize Money for Fruit Festival and other comical: figure In a all the family and I ain't baa
no chance to fine
maelstrom of mud, dynamite aad
Exhibits Totals Nearly $450 cacchlnatlon. SHOE REPAIRING ; nobody since gosh
knows when.
Butter, a* the redoubtable. '!Ei-
nurrs AAD OFTABU.Slet: mer" millionaire ion who teta If you want quality and Service
Ind.I Irel.
Into the army, ha quit some timeflndlnv
Beet community exhibit ot citrus and come to !
what it's all about Hismistakes
other fruit ?.....__..___.._.._ UUO 11.00 fit.00 ROSCOBRAKE
t. Beet community eiklblt of vegetable II... tl Ot ".00 trial and tribulation OIF ANEKS SlOE STOP .
(. tiNt Individual display of citrus fruit 1*.t. I Ot '.00 learning to be a soldier are follow-
4. Beet Individual display of vegetable- 10.09 I.00I. '.00 t 8. M. Feats Are., Ilouresteed
Beat' display by Individual of other than USE MANGANESE :
citrus ............?............ ..........._.........._.. 1000 100 100 1,r
*. Beet display of papaya _.........._._ I 00 '00 100! LIMING
T. Bent' display of avoado ..-..__.....,,.... I..It LOG too I
FLOWER EXHIBITS I' THIS BANK is very anxious to retain and '

1. Beat exhibit of Potted plant by club. 10.00 I.00I. too please its old customers; but it is also anxiousto I'
Beat exhibit at garden flower by club 10.DO Leo too MOORE'S
SCHOOL rxnmrrs I find new ones. We want to make cus.

1. Beat Individual manual training exhibit too too too I tomers as well as keep'them. Come in and
.. But home economic school exhibit..._ 1000 ',eo '.00 look GARAGE ;
2, Beat genera school exhibit of work-_ 14.JO 1.00 1 00 us over.Coconut. ...
i School clam making beet showing 'in Cor. Flagler Ave. and
each of florltla City. Ifomwtead Bed. Grove
land and Perrine schools la school chile f Exchange Bank 8. E., Second St.
0 dra parade ..._.?...................._..?............ "" 10.00 I
W. T. PRICE:
rreaiclcnt J. 8. EATON, Tlcc-pre! HOUCSTEAUa
ITTCRF FARMERS AND 4-H CLUB BOYSr I. M. MZEXBT, Caihlnr:
L Beet display *( carrot, I hunch or L
moro _............... ........,.._.__ 100 .SO .11
S. Boat display of beets.2 bunches or more 1.00 (0 .11 '
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I. B tdtapUjrcfcabbage, headarmor 11 ... ..26d. '
Bert display of bean. I quart or more 1.00 ,50 .15 .
I Beet display' .f eggplant, 4 or moro...?_ 100 10 ..01r
<. Beet display of okra, 1 quart or more 1.04 .*0 ..26b
T. Boat. .,efonlona. bunchee.or more IPO (0 .IS
.. Beet ol i>tarf pepper 1 downtor more 1.00 .10 .11 Early Grapefruit ;
t. BeatdlKlayof potatoes, t., rockier more 1.00 ... .11 _
10. Beet display of squash, I or more......_ 109 .10 JlIOIVR
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POULTRY DEPARTP/EN? .
FVTt"RN BOTH AND 4-H CtfB BOYSwith Every grower in the Redland District has his
t or moro In clan With 4 In Chan Beat cockerel, any breed
let. ....... .............._ |10* lit............ flio lat .......?. __? $1110Jnd heart set early grapefruit. He knows he must
...... ................. 1." ..01........... 1.00 Ind. ........................ 1.tOIrd. on
_............_....... JI $rd....-. ... (0 Ird. .......-...-......._ 40 it in
have early order to get a fancy price.
TTRKKTS AID! DICKS lAMP: RATING A* CHICKENS _
niUBOlkg FROM 1 TO SLACKS AUi EXHIBITS
w I OUR EARLY BLOOMER ,I

I NURSERY TREES 5'i =

CHm, Avocado, Royal Palm and ether J '
Jungle Grove ,17-OO: i

necn-t Road and Fhunmor Drive, Redhuul. Phone
-...--..- -' has withstood the test for five years and has not I


WHEN t? HOMESTEAD VISIT Ea failed to come through yet. Why take a chance

"MEYERDALE F ARM with something else when you know that this

the home of i mixture will do the work. :

HONEY SWEET PAPAYA MELONS .

:&ftba do Drive Mil lUrhan Road, two miles<< wrest of Pronto A*.
-- Groves should be fertilized early this year, as

J. F. Meyer 5 it is cold and dry, and.the fertilizer should be puton

t .1 early in order to get a bloom in January or the


1' SHIP BY TRUCK j P first part of February. =

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Nine Years of Daily Service NOTE-Three.fourth of the early grapefruit shipped out of

'," (Except Sunday) Miami to Florida City i Dade County this year was grown with Redland Brand Fertilizer. ===


Full Information on all boat and reservations 5I .
iI. made. Fly East Coast Fertilizer Co. '1,


We Wm call any reasonable distance for any MANUFACTURERS ==

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PHONES: I Redland Brand Fertilizer

Miami 31755- Res. 2792 Homestead 537-R == I -
FRANK, B. RUE Mgr. HOMESTEAD, FLA.. iiL

Mathews Truck ;* Line

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'I w tl''''' .' MISS TORBIT SHOWS ARTICLES MADE -- DRAMATIC ANTS IT11IrKKRFJ REBEKAH. DEGREE CONFERRED 1101 BY MEN \i I

FROM THE COCONUT AND PALMETTOAUrat \T8 FlU La.1fiTII PLAY I f ONLY FOR FIRST TIME IN FIFTY YEARS
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.... Th* UramaM Art Club gave its

,II.. I +;;, *> desk looking coeonOt; -Mr.. L Ub, Miss "eM phln* Pratt tint full-Uinglh play 'The Onfof For the. Ural time In ever 10--Of Ih* lied dMrhVn.. .1n.,-

'f' libra handbag. and I******** not Mr*. A 0. losers Mr, & )I. Ftaer. -, Night,' en Thursday evening. asses the Rebekah degree wide conferred gave a lecture oil .,..*"' 11II"n. .,rib
book back and lamp sbadta or theMe Mr*. O B; Mayaant. Mrs.Anna ,: January g, In the Hoiu *i j4 .,a.. ea a andkhtt I by a team' others laVe And "' 10
Schneider: Mr*. Ku m.-Moeer.Mr A sao_ In l.tI.r
,;: 1M| material) Ward ..mOlI'h.! .i *. Charles. T. Harper hTrB.. A.' snow acbaei audHerivm. n .Woo .*..PM*. entirely ot mm, when Lanedkerelier *
,. .t Mrs Gurgle Joins' |lrtl 'k many article that )[!** Carrie Tarp Klu*. llr*. K. h?. Edward MM. A.I presented wilder the direction 0Mr P. J. Franklin was Initiated Into bred ibis' .-.not the .r.. e* .v hi n
p bU. Oule\ant county demonstration D. Smith Mr*. Sort Breach, Mr* *. K.oaR Boysr. the Ubarty Rtbekah Iwudge .! wm held In. the OM FVrfcw* Mall.
agent, brought to tilt meeting *f I Uatklav Mr Lebniaa. Mr* M. P.] The ;. ochar.etere was no Homestead at Ute meeting Monday decorated for the Mwiwle with
. b tire Homeeuid Demonstration Club WolUttn Mr. Dexter JhnUb Mr. fellows: aught Jaauary; It Member .t ugulnk Was and patens and i' 1 1Kup "?
Friday afternoon la the Mount I W. T Bush. Mrs Fred :H. Redd. Martha Baldwin a widowRlola --. .. ....>n of :Mrs Mlmi! > I I"Y.1 .
k -1' Bandar school building.Lcrg 14... A. A. Swivels, II... T. T. Bow.en. Bradley he Initiating team wire noble The insulting than adjourned ", i ,it.-
j melon shaped basket. I Mr* R. L. Mob_?Mr.. Grady Joey, her crippled o8-UobCKt grand Harry U. Wolf; vl*.-.raB wastebaskets. flower baskets, sad Instills" Mrs. ArrllU Booth and MmT Boyer K. B. Bailer: chaplain It. L. Modern Restaurant when u 4..,nloua .
fern boxes showed the povlbllltlMbf )(. Grinnell.Guestsprevent David FotJn love With Martha Chovney, past noble grand If. a supper wa sewed by Mm' ;'
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\ the item of the palmetto were: Mr. A. J. -R. B. SiottBalry : Beattle, conductor R. O. Moon: Florence Pacetll, assisted <>y the
"t, Shredded palmetto le.vOllla4 been Martyr II... George \Vakefleld.. Watklna hired b.lpo- warden Henry Brooker. Jr., right daughters At MM nil Ri"I>- Tlh-" ,
1t I,f.I: ,. colled and ee"'* Into large and )I... H. J. Crockett J.tnI. B. N. Monies Pacettl |supporter of noble grand. E. A. Shaded lights unit bou-jo.''' M
.,- small baskets similar to others Barnes. M.... B. Smith, Mra A. M. Danald Hull her ne..bew-JI.; Buchanan; loft supporter ot noble I rouse decorated the Hull.
Ie" shown that had beta mad of wIre ", ..tcolt, Mr. W. F Beam. Mrs.Hen bert Froschnr grand Ed Capllngvr' right. sup
,1\ .. '. palmetto leave and coconut .,.... W. K. Walton and Mrs A L. Nancy Boycr.Allen ton; left supporter ot vlce.rraaLil..1011 kilOWER IJJ GIVEN:
'l : loaves had been cut In long tint DarU. Richards;, lu love with Avery; Inside guardian B. Pith JIVW, IIAKKMMr
stripe, braided and tewed t. form Those attending Ulna Torblt'i Ruth-BUI Morrl lit.| property man, C P. *. Vannl Lee Halls, a rc ,tr
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decidedly attractive hat Mat demonstration In Redland Friday isle> Chapman the mjatery'glr ,Orlnold. Character of the tab bade, won glv a shower By Mb.*
ha4 been woven 1 from the flat morning were Mr* Q*.. B. Deoet Dorothy Connor. haus were Mr. Ooldl Wolfe. Margaret thndrktlt and MM <:too
leave )I.... Grant Mall.". Mr...K. A. Carter Adam Olaesett. the conatable Mr. Cora Dells Orlnold. Mrs Mrjorl Hitch: at the ham el MlM }I 4 A coconut dipper was ahown. III... George W. Turnr Mra.Qort Douglas' Roaell Bqaltle. Mr*. Jacqueline Saturday
After the demonstration wa > W Turner Jr, Mia &0- Although* audience was" Dot Brooker was plane accoiupanOnt The guest included Mrs Crm <_t
vr% the hostess, Mrs o. J. tell Turner Mm Carl H. Shoemaker a* large aa had been hoped: for Mr* Jennie V. Gore of Miami Smith :Bra M. Ih "Branch M' Mart
I I' Uaeklor ant Mr*. Lee Lehman .... Emeriti Dwiberly, those who attended enjoyed the president ot Hebtksh Assembly .!1 A. 8u_,. Mr*. W. a Soar .
sifted who aid punch hi honor II... John B. Ooodaon, Mr*. Peter play very much Florida wa* present at the .,...> l inaa :MU rrac ritxhucht :MlMAlbttrl '
'.f Mrs Uacklar'a birthday. Eachn Peterson Bra Frank Nine, Mr*. Before the play music wed fur Ing. Two past lit.)* presidents, .* re*ttl, Mar &Ilea MebsonMts .
present reeelved a humorous W. L. Crocker, Mr*. Charles Camp ,I ntohed by the Homestead High Mr*. Mamas Collor and Mr*. Amy Lydia Ana S>*t Mta 1...
"tortun." and four plant were Mra. J. E. Elder, III.,.. Jove 0_ School orcheatra and the blab Bobbin, both of Miami, were also M.ya. Roberta and Miss LUM :MaiU '
given tile holder *t lucky aurabrv man, Mrs Walter Thompson Mr*. school girl1 quartet present Another distinguishedguest *.
A birthday wing closed 4h* A. V. Phllllpa, Br., Mia. Esther I Following the play, the toot and wa Mr*. Fern Arm f lei* *f
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Continued Fat
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e meeting" Orunwell 101'... B. CaUllow, Mra. the assisting musicians held a Miami, district deputy president'
.. The member* present Included !Alfred Albrecht ..... Seymour! 'business aad social meeting at the
Mr*. J. J. Moore, Mr*. T. J. t fchwortb. Dan, Mr, Charles Lair, :Mra B. 'Homestead W."' ..'* clubhouse
Mra. Margaret Roster Mrs B. Zenker, Mr*. A. M. Price, ..... Th following officers were
Frank Skill. Mrs )I. A. Swan Mr, Claud A. Maine, 101'.... X B. Barn 'elected) Business manager ElbrtFroscher 24-26
t. D. Wyaoni Mrs O. A. Wwt.6HOXVKR and Mr*. Harry neol,. : secretary< None Boyer;
treasurer, Wllltam Morrl Th
NOn. T HMIAMI FAM'SOFF
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;. :: SUIU-niSES Margaret Daniel.*, 'Mra. J. A. Webb. resignation from the club of Josef
Bollngcr was ...oept.4.I .
MISS HELEN BKOOKCR Henry Wright -CtafU Ointment,
A shower for Miss Helen Brook-
and Mr and Mra. Died Hardy. AVENUE tt
. I cr. bride-to-be, was nicely camouflaged I Mrs. Ora :Neff-Indiana.
Other friend of the brlde-W-b
-' In. a choir rehearsal by the Mrs. Oeorir R *d-OM*.
members of the B-o.uart Sunday present were: Mra. 0, IU Brown, l Bias Jennie Lobdell-Wlaoonaln.
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.." cbool-elas *t the Whit Stone Mr. and Mr*, ft L.IDur.b.m, Mrs, Mr, ft A. Ennl*-Mlchlgam
Methodist Church Wednesday even- T. P Redd. ..r.. M. A. Murphy, I Bra a:r Matthew-North. J>a. EXPANSION
'>4 ,.,,'-I. log at the Homestead grammar Mr.. Guasle Joiner, Mr.. Ed Brook.er 'tots
school auditorium. Mr*. Lula. Free, /. L. Burton I Mra. Wm vnlop-M..cbu.
'. 1::. e Ula Brookar was vary pleasantly > Dave William, Doris. Baker I aett*.
?: surprised when at the close of Archer Smith and Webster and I Mrs C H. 8t.rfaD..W..bID.. SALE
the rehearsal, little Doris Baker May William ton, :D. CMr :
... and Webster "William appearedwith I *. H. H. Bwlnr-Kansas. I,

a tare basket filled with 'Uri UWBrook.t h ilea I Mr. Grady Bmlth Georgia,
:. Jr. "As We Live So We Grow"We
8h.lallnl'elln.lv..Ia.
daintily wrapped package, which "sued lavltatlon te a miscellaneous )Ire. D.
they' deposited at her feet. J. W. Bhou**--Kentucky.Jtr .
shower too be given at ber bomiSatardey
Mr, *. J. E. Pavla" teacher 61 the afternoon In honor of *. J. McCready-Canada. have taken extra quarters, right ned door
H-aquar olaaa, told bar thai then I It.* hoped that each state In
Miss Helen Bronker whose marriage to provide room for our large stocks of good.
were a few expressions of love and the Union and every foreign' country
t* Ernest Thompson ot Palmatt
ton her ot *erv, will bate a number on tile pr-
appreciation year Below few of the items will sell
will take place Monday Mr are a we specialfor
Invited Refreshments -
Joe and loyalty to the Atari Of which gram. Everyone I*
she 'ha* been the ecretary-treaa- Thompson stead. formerly Uv,4 In Home will b* served. Friday and Saturday observance of ,our

wirer since It* ergentaaUoo.After .
I expansion.
HONORED
the lift were all Opened ,Math J;>MS
and admired, Mra. Burton paseed ALL rTTATKS FROORAU OX BIRTHDAY
out telegraph! blank and asked I AUK>UFIXFOIt Gl f:JUT DAT Relatives and neighbor of Bra 10,000 YARDS- .

Ak a bualnea meeting *f the E. A. Ennli surprised. her with a
tolegram Woman' Club It Homestead at party at bar homo last Thursday CRETONNES, CURTAIN GOODS4>RAPERY

.' each word, must begin with a letter the club house Tuesday afternoon Digit In honor of her birthday. GOODS ENGLISH PRINTS" AND
ot her name. Th* results were Mr.. Ora Waft, Mrs 0. H. Btaffanl,, They assembled first at the home ,
k a source of much merriment, a* Mra Wm. Dun lop, Him. Jennie fif H,. and Mrs. N. O. Ball. FANCY VOILES
was the .-....ppl. eating contest tobdsU and Mr. George Hanson I A birthday cake with candles
ly Dill Duller And Dave William were pointed a* delegate to the ;was given Sirs Ennl The even 1Oc yard
, ) ":\': Hot Coffee and chicken sends Dad County Federation which will, fug was spent in playing games
; : wlcbo wr served by Mra. Burton probably b* hold the latter part of and Other<< Informal entertalnmen
r Mr'Cd, Breaker and Mr Bird January In Mlamk I Gift ot the guest were bestow
" .. :Hardy. Old fashioned danot and Plan were mad tct attend the In a .how*' of handkerchief. 1,000 TAMS AND BERETS
the Virginia reel closed the *vnint. Rcdland Orange FMtlval which lal I Those present were: Mr and
IN BOTH SILK AND WOOL
10 be held at .th* club house of :Ur. Jams McCready, Mr, and .
., Member ot the claaa present the Woman' Club ot the Itadland i| Mr*. Adam Ennl Mr and Mr..
,j' were: Ml. Helen Brookar, M,. Several leaden were choaen for, Roy MfUbewa Mr. and Mr*. OEC. 50c each1OOO
';J and Mr C H. P.PP r. Mr. tad organisation of their respective Patcbett, Mr. and Mrs NehwnFullertfon.
:Mra. f). E. Baaber, Mra June stale for part.la the all-states I Mr. and Mr*. U H.
Baker Mr and K.... Dan WUllama program to b* given Quest Day, l I.Ewing: Mr. and Mrs. O. H 8h..
x.... J.: E. Davis. Mr*. I. D. King January IT at the clubhouse walter )fro and Mr* L. R Prtre 200 SILK 500 COATS
DRESSES
Mr*. H. O Tburman. Airs Joe Barton : The leader selected were f Mr and Mr B. A. Ennl and Mr..
MUM' Alice McCUlUnd, Mkw Wm. Dunlop-acotlajid. :tt.' O. Ball.

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53 *Vy Iota for my country I* a* high E
.1.1 a as the flaw that file, gas deep* the) /r ::; HATSSILKS
,{I '" == .resit !. the soil, a* wide a* the =

b. ..' a dlstanc between UM __* \ C AND STRAWS, TO GO AT

I KNOWLEDGE of one's profession gains apprecia- /.. ,

; conduct wins approbation. f- 5is S1.00

Ability and a desire to serve faithfully never go un ..... -

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TIEECMESIEAD LEADER I ACM HunHtoa. Mra Mtao>a> JT

I fray. ...... Beuluk BnnooB ..... '
rcblMied TbaraOare at IMMnut. .II. Social Events I II 'I Anna Ruth Buster and Mrav, ""*-'11
11*, br UM tomb Do* red.I 'cure I'ucottt. I
fisting Cu.Marrs.
_____ I 1 Mr*.. JacqutBn Officer Bro end'k attendant t acionVnanIM I! t

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STATE SUPERVISOR REVIEWS WHITE HOUSE About M HHnafaum from I '
Juno It, liD M the poet silks MUoranMead

Ma, Bnilcv ho art .lSI f CHILD CONFERENCE FOR LOCAL P.-T. A: tad attended At the Bom"'j <
Kate .. 1p7s. I I the InataluMloB the junior

-- - '11M child hoaKk conference "'- asoted by some boy a4 atria from I noble grand nf Carat Robs iah I II

'a I'lUCE. ...00 A TEAR runny held .aI tM WMM .... ). the high arhool ender .tka dlrau- Lodes Mra. Ruth :>*ery, prowess/ 'IJ \
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I Mr. BeauHle with eaullful tropIcal -
naahlncta. and New I*,|aan koM lima of Mlaw Haphrt rajbimii. Theplspn .
FARM COLONIESSEEN the Wnwt ef Its kind MW iMld, ,ai forth the Talo|>4M aeee J lamp dealgovd In the Uken_ ,|
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of a ahlp In mil sail to show tho'nppnralallon I }
I mu r "we' for Ho Bi : "a..nl.'I''I..r AaeocMfo*: at Ita Mines '....Dt'.. Doravy i91ek the of the lodes fnr her )|

SOLUTION molar 1 monthly "....11"" In th I.'adttg port a* an o\r..rwork4futtruMi l-.I"... I
r Next night lentil its-II i ihikah
Mondty {
: II IH>.M...pi OF I' 'orl\lIlI \ .I I 1\ firm"n by f' M n,,,iii A am-at traaaferm.itlOH Was" I Lodge of I iiuuut U, I

G UNEMPLOYED, titlea 1,1 L. Pit. art '00. "I I,hv Tr-al, I i.n.ujrM >. it In tau 1.It..... by I llh Mr. Itauttta as. ilipiity slid. ,
,liiKtall the. ofil"">'ri .t Iho '' .
''''<..11,," ,II.' "rllllll1 or 1'-TT. I: ton months or din pic. thorough J

)pinup 0' i 1. nil "j", aloe, who x,'rrlsr! and ut the end of the lend lodge.RAlT13T 1

(r.ntlnued Prom pf one) 1\",'n.lrd ill I t.nr r''ii.'< pity she had plenty of tint. tiger 1' I

their, pr.nlrwt, I The I''''''?... of the rOIl"-nl.loD. Held vitalitytug sell an tau boy C1119TE HOLM ,

liter to Only un* answerpinIt ..i Mr. Mlli-a stated. was to how tips I ape wanted, Kho 4n the play was' :MONTHLY MtrTlMl: : :
I H the mm In .I
every atm< ration twit need for dtaoanrwy and earl A HIM,I Harrow Others In the play Mr. *. Frank Ii" t., ,id, t MIT I ,
,I I. "i eery man produce what h*I I t rectlon of phraioal defects among nin Marguerite W.llattt. Helen Frank ),Ion,.... MIA' '.aet x '

t onuina. trot him grow enough H h01l1 l children PmaMent Hoover KIcM 1. nrile St..11e (..,.... JanlIliiviKn i .a to W M i ..r ,U-
> t
o in and then
two what
thone an .ildrtm ut the c 011...-' 'ulon tiavl and Garland monthly built 'If'' W ntti I I I
". 1 corner the market and men;,l't.I''I"i "5 Per real of all rhllI Wynn I irtcraoon T i. heelKilt.!: I I ,
> t ill l l iln
I a wni4 defect and that 10 him Hill K room was awju'dad a 1 .I, "vhooi uuiiijiir .n <\> (
I
would love
to .0o the I'nltiHl
Atnt.'s Inrroaor I 11-r c. nl of those defects ran be dollar for the beat pisreal attndniicp i as. 1i..
its unemploymentPCroprlallon In bllllona and atlo-
i Th. actual kw In dollar And I t.. .h. 1111' 'I ltall... '. ,hfI
c i it the money to aectlona favor
into 10 a stare when a thud dies rood temlng I '',.rialirPtlon :
:\K.I t st
silly' Kitueted with regard tn slim. "
IK, end fertility under the -I 'n Infant. or before he reaches GARDEN: ('i.in ,I \fn "M.II ''I r Mr ,' RBlcjtOTT
super ,I tip. HIT when he ran became aprndumr ,Ir d" .i UM oJrl-'f ".>nt ,
.
Muton of mon selected for their Two lnl** *4lne; spoken addressed
ability and Iioneaiy-a* able mn, and war .earner was the members) of the Ho", .- the lingo it orphan home in I '
brought out at this convention. i acknowledging the ...Ar"1 ,
f were selected for real projecta. stead Oardeu nub at it* meeting oodla
aid Mr. :Mll "A. trained adult
a .
of gift from the circles and the
during the World War dire tbfce*' Monday at the homo of Mrs. H, H.
I. valued by the stale at III.t.08'1It Bunbeara Band.Mr .
men the right to ooademn land for Ewing on East KlahtUt street Theywere
rout farm for the unemployed cota $t.OOD to rake a child to I' Mrs. Chart* W. TenGIck of ni.ifcr and 'N..... C. T.
I h* eighteen year of ate, and ua- Bauadere will be bootees at
thy
and innatniot great camp Ilk Hollywood tint vtc-prealdent e|,
to thla lime there la no i I::: ;
tha i intonmenta of wartime but I IJ gaily up the Florida Federation Of Garden Next meeting '"f the circle the tee +

with men gathered together to live I substantial flnaneMU" return oa the Clubs, and Mr*. Fred A. It'ldl., and Wednesday In February. .t'i

J Instead of to fUht lnvtmnl. *o It should be retarded also of Hollywood, a director' of Which Unto a Royal service pro ,
by the date aa on tnpeeUlly a.rloua will b preaented.Tho i .
rut the** men to work proditc-1 the southern dlatrlc of garden gram *
\ thing t* leers U* chlU clue present at the notlng
.I |
tog their food. Lat ties govern' club x abort baalnaaa neMInf ,
aena,' There are ever 100.040 hll- I Mn. Julia Polk. Mr* J. N.
were
went provide tho machinery, Implements : preceded the oddreaiaa.Tha :
and everything also need.d dreg Ip the state fir Florida under Garden Cub plane to take Fleming Mr*, w. ,Ji McMlcha
II year .**." I IWr. Mrs. Irwtn. Mrs. Mcllwaln Mr* ,
Eetabllak canning and pr.i a booth at the Rodland District I
Mlles ab stated that thenla ; 1 T. Yams Mra. Tholm Jenkins.
;
serving plants when the women Fruit FwUvmLHORCAH
can work All that I Ie produced a treat. need of training for the Mr.. ..launders him It P. Warren '
talented child, and for curriculumrevlalon .. Mrs O. I.
W. T. Orfaoedee
abor Char awn be caaaumdd at ItMtH tLIXTSOFIICFR8
the time caa be Al..sal wed and. --not wholesale 'lIa..l1nl.t Ot: ntlPATorftoer M.y.ou. '
which
textbook but changes
stored against the time when con- for the coming year will
bar been tested and proved to beImprovements
elhlen aria unfavorable\ for pro be elected at the business meeting I ).F' '''11I0%fD: ("OJI("tat'r:

duftlon I of the Oorcaa Clan of tilt First TO UK REPEATED ;
ot effort of
II* ala told the
Let the contaminants In tharlouc *' Ruth Bryan Owen to ship, the Baptist' Church which will be held 'I The old-fMhlon concert which 'II"t.

\. avctlona ship and various educational endeavor, Friday afternoon at 1 o'clock at the WM given by the B-wiuar Plawf :

forth *o that when one _MI.a..1 home and child barrels. In the U. horn of the claw teacher. ..... H. the Whlto Atone MfthodM :

"rhllal *eaa n hi over Women be K government. Into one body witha Grady Smith Th nomination Church several weeks ago In

supplied by fresh food from another head la tho Prealdenfa cabinet. win be reported by a committee Homestead to repeated because -

eectloa whoa ...-0. file In Mix FannIe Shaw. Inatruetor In composed of Mrs J. N. Fleming. ef lire requests of friend.-

Program Tb whole lilted State the University of Miami extension chairman ...... Charles ,.. lUrprr thoM who heard and thoM who did
In throe years would bto* on like talk and flat Joaophlna I'roU. not. Thl. time It will to. given at
(9 courses aura. gave a abort on
a roa*. the Importance of safeguarding the Th hostesses for the afternoon
.: Thla may am fanciful, but I child will b* Mra. a E. tidwarda Mr
tho :
r hostile of ;
, It'* omln,." Other numbers on the program I F I. Uvllwtln. Mra t T. Mcteaoand Annie \
: The forming would be dome under Mm W. T. McConnell.
War*: GrachMM Obrrlln ...
af govaramontrKperta. also that all Omonrtaiory 1
the dlrortloK by this. at- Leader*of the urge
f America -aun, I I
Ur. Smith mad. It plain member. attend. PIANOFORTE
11! aembly.
to a group that o.ueaUond hint ._Mra. C. K. Walker.Orchestra -
' aft rwrd. Th food produced aflecClonChlldr.01 The Ladle Aid of the Redlaad ItrdlanJ Road Fear tumjnf ( I

would be for the wnemployod] alono Community Church held a apeclalmecllna
orcheetraHnaophonv
and would' not be put 0(1 tai market duot-A (UtD*.Wynn ; Tuesday afternoon ... 4 ecuae 1

to compete with thai producedby and Allen Woat plan for a booth at the Red'
the Individual farmer of thee land Mango Festival
tram the
Wand drill-19\ girls
........,. The unemployed at the seventh frad January II Present Ware Mrs. B. C.

country would be drafted for work was pro- M ... Brownlow, 11.... A. B. Barnea.Mr .
A abort. one-act play
o* the tarot colonlea. ThrfroMetil 11'- *. Andrew Hafamao .tits.Mont Formerly with i.

.* would be supplied by ( Turner Jr. Mea. Frets
government and tho product prettdent of the Woiuan'e Club ot Jackson Mr Ed, Goldberg Mrs.A
Announces ti tiPrince's
told of the Orange
thO'' the Ran.ad
l their labor would revert to the fWoaimni' Festival which will b* '. U Careen. Urn W. A. Shoemaker -
mmont fur dlatrlbutlon amo Mew George Metal Mn H. "j
? kM In RedlanA under the auaDlrM -,
t P the unemployed throughout A Armstrong :)Ira J. J. MOON
week aodlavltrd
of the club next s
<'OII1W'l, I the IJona t* held their and MUM Soteil Turner :

Th* speaker aw .0 reason for' next Vfftc't Itancheon _tlnfih.rr
jpoaatmuim a well a. no reason OtangsNlowstn LOCAL I/DfiK 1 fl'l.JAAT
she wW that ha
for the over-optimum rpolUI.blfl, lets was )ant an effort atthe ('()('On'l' CUO\B LOCATED Ct
for the "hllnk" which h<- ..1 tali hid make come Mr Martorle Bwltle. illatrl .

1 I been handed nut for >...rW .. wounna to roplvnlah club to Ha treatury. i deputy president of th. ttth dtatrtet GROCERY .

". are In a valley. toil k ukoaf money and the member of Liberty
lossesIn
hy
two hllla to make a volley! and aaj) \\\ tilt various had been bank depute In whleh theclub's R..bk.h U>*." ItwUIWd offkr OCCUPIED BY I> _

II\U' ft' Iher, was one fur u. toP bad beendepalt4dnc of the Corul Rabekah I.od" at

ova*)* dowoj there I k tpr fotjja af money the Immediate need Coconut Grove Th.*.a*> wW the Homestead
AH that I* required following ataff:
F < to elhub. I ... to sang
fund. anld. was :
of u* I* loyalty. perwvert.nte, oourar holarahlp award which fO'i II Mist tots Darn**, deputy ,;

bad video. 10 forge: anadTho ." ;i lt >Hub had. mad before Its ( warden, Mr* Ookll Wolfe d p-
present lull hiI"* to tie sty marshal: Mr* Blanche Chap-

9 ,Me 0. hO .o.n'ry ha '11 o"r. were loot the 1 WAIL deputy secretary: Mra.'MaryOldna

supply of ovorythln. Dr fciilthaa'd. It.t.The..dull. and voted next to Tuesdays accept me IIII'j. I rf. deputy ......urtr: Jot/., HAIR SHOULD J
auwl Jolnir deputy chaplain:
i flwdl I I \\ni at the Lien all IM held In i
-luring who wean- mallet Mr*. Cora RfU Grlnold deputy .
Woman'* EVERY
the
the clubhouse I ITo
4nel h.b'-I| The .
Ilk Water and o very all tub of the Roolanda, with lunchen I side nardlan ;

sort ot kaUdlftfl fro row (Pas tn b* served hy the ehibw" mea.Aaaeuaem la"1
top hOlghU" M said: After the .nt wa Rinds that 'prevent an unruly .J

_.r. the ."......IM... l I.Jnta.... .ltd". own then ''George Henry Bradford. r UrdchanlaaqiM E. C. CHRONISTER present a well-groomed i X

baby if* ooinlng, I' letur. would IM .flue "*
.. bob two :
reshaped
.baorbad the ....|* *l the ***.. | speaker at till Uun nteetiog on Plastering Contractor' I every

... We drastid 'not we.i II i. ? '- lee ..... jt Place Unix allHooteetmd j
,Jan
wiwi Roes o. iwuatog wastes witb; )': tla. ; HAIR CUTTING t
... ague' *** ,
Out. limit' Now f24 USEAIANGANES& : .t
I''
Is law autohllt l i ; '
{ to bile sad then AND FACIAL
Leer .,"7 lour and 60.-.halt Prw I 1 :

t, the l'Utoi "flatTies" IF YOU NEED. I '
FOR LA DIEM A
alwinet t. It ,1"0- '
tariff" placid ftcnijr: s DOOR nuMd IDIOMS ill MIDOWS !
.tier" 'GUAtrW M
Aw lure W the. *-\K.\iriiu. iur.: ia a> on CARL F.1''QR
presenting: our C.IIII'I"' Pia of BUSH'S

aurpt'"* I'1 r",trtte .1.11. j MILLWORK I
1It'1lAin'! Moore .r I ell :1'tnptostint I. GAAIBER : SHOP 10 NORTH

"for NN ... .rm"' Otll t




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January 15.1931. THE HOMESTEAD LEADER Pare venI"
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: agtu-aeeWhlto steals lea ..... Owl.

HOMESTEAD HIGH NOTES have at last ..eede4.... It...* ard

iktiejr" day whom at but 4hcar" .i i CLASSIFIED aD3i

1.311.11 :Ye" '' f1f <*ff H.. swaprs> reanamdedto I
their 1'*'a1ain'l efforte.Tea ;
r v _-.wrr.r. .. should have loom tbesieesbdW $ Flnt insertion Me Unit, eutiatqwnt Inaartloaa,
[board itrwtt fairy talus but rJPjr i
,, (leapedn 1[ worth white boo.... ... tt atanH OM .b.**> 14 whew || J
featur or list Keek'* ', boom with aerie f hatta MkMt
TIM Chanelterete 'Ih.plna that every at,,- a ( ** wan the anrrtl"g of !1..1- ,kill la the school .lll. rued thane ..*' a na* .* .**e' a3r

J fete (a those fooltwll hurt who M. ue n.., tike In name of the rear Visas k*<* kemnw Art woes w FOR EXCHANGE MISCELLANEOUS r

Petted this honor This I* the tlr.tMm rim'nt MarraBkli. end novel Tw' ta the' Ml .*M*' "if at rift >turn, :

tint' the ihidf MMHtlnttoii !tot follow do woo .MMt. i... try *.v...," WII.l.TtUU Bio modern t. ro. inhanaahrw hessian HaKllKlUNO- MaiU.we n:-.

.( H. H It hoe mer mad any Mamtwe l>.u hlr* DnBa. fibewi/a111 .1 for it good car Writ.MM ., It !I. W Snl A>... a.lfUl'imiM
r award, viftwtn hOYt of H H. a I i tieyw..rd, Tb ....._ grad ..**..Jt' er.r I lft aMIan A.

and three of the lluilland boy re.eelvel.stkInch A.lot.Th.. .. 1.II.M .. ur dbelly--.dohs tile proud vise ee a **jMl*&rilW -
been letter H'a. ur !.. Ignition oasts. 1%* atatk gradew 1 t'Ult RENTy11it HA'PC)1iHtt1.1111! capatHy -
were .Meatd to the aatoniahtn 11 for tray ..t *. 'OfUv -
darrlstglon.
0110-111.
i.loiiiitiN *
i> .. work. .l.thgrader for ". lit, k.
acorn of ilo0 t fo i by note -PV I
ITarbit Hull ItasaileAtSllt My Onrilrn of Memoryateihtocl RKNT-Mtoe ..oy mU fur.
4. (III* und boy. i.preHlnwirteml .. VMlTVlll, *, end do your ..tuff: : nlahed apaftlMnt. Ucht-water old $14\ laps log Mom.l04.1Hut'hery
I.. th, lltwwtrs HupplrDtutva. "
e.g1Mg lI&lh school, \ Short I.lv of Mark Twaru furnished tl* month. Altncomfortable
Wtt to Lennon. (lly feat PYoday ,\11..." piiinv t1.\ nrM KFIUK MOI>M4 "':.* "i' bedrooms night or ( i 1111>

-i.fc .. The two echooln spilt t-_.1 "., Had Naaolwn- Floyd Olhj weekly lute right Mra LenaLtwronr --- '-"' -

I Each class In horn' oonomlr I *. UofTett Apt. OM WANTED "
at ....- H nn
1 :. -, hu w'c under \\'ATlaKun.peland: ouroaunti. ,

'T, \l:; .40 WIo'tr' + '. )Ira.11',', FOR SALE ..a ,'"y yuontltr. Refill aUrole.

'e> 1 'r ': ,; 'I e I (Jl II III
tt rlaaeh
5UI.I' r. tu.-1
",'"It HAIG llurn.T: on .. ,
.. ,' a ) .u"1 OM
ill t. 1' a '' : '' -t -LEGAL NOTICESi II
land In inioU ionlltk IVarlkallyntn
II' i
Im" r" MI* "it 0)1VI \ J/III: Hrn- _
,,, ,,, 'His R 1 ti IIL. I..... ., k_. 'n on I tliuo Mre T. I'. .rk>lf rtH r

I,' > '! "V \ L W 1. d'1 i -S r the N W. i"..urth Street IS n Nosh of AmilluMkiit for Tax l>r
11114r: ,imoet '> th Tbesuw ." p Ie"r- \ oil in iiMHfcur UIVHM ,
"n. y ."OIl
1 who HAI.I'-Jot.n'a1J electric Movelth THAT OKI I ItobeHMft, IIuld i as
J
11 'I.... i \ngltiDili.I ..*, f, -+ jt :y uveu, ta*. v.... H. H AMlgne of Town of rvti.ia nty
'It p .11 'n" "r ,->rituM < W rc'm N ," *111rt Kwlng Tax Certificate Humbert. ,' tai vopi 'h n -,.., _.J.. ,111'\ tad '"I I ( J'/ I 1111 111). Itlt Dud I1S4, .101".

fOula ,,11'' ,-p 'I ugh tl. ',1. ," 1tW ''u'-' MIss VUgtoUa.cher taChthr \\ ILL BBI.I UK THAOK (ar property the Ith day or September, A. t> '
1' wa3 meala. j jn. UJT ha riled will C.nui.Hii, In
the !
tale, f ti "', rot "? ubHM will apne > In Uporgta. Alabama or TI-II- my off lev. wad hag made uvi'lira.
t "u, n ,"', I. '" ,,1I id rIIP'! ItAt .1 ..tee II god l-l room hour.. lion for tot do.'d to iMue In .>" 11 rdance 1

ui r m, ',".i ,i: 'v- pri"niaata ') :. 'On Rearing Children In good locathin In colon'd ton n withIan HUM o null .lembrucv .<

ttlng OIrd.* uid rtnll rt ,ur'J'' nui ', Crib to College All wired and called I aim the following dr.Ih..1. .
: i From situated In Dodo i o M
Ant, giving tilt Homctttadpcutt ", .hrlll '1' rltmv Ihenu OB I have two goad hpueee In wltltreectlon. ty, r.Ii':: towlt.lt .

<'r* tom, b ,A moment Our th n p4rln* t,.r>JeI' r'' .JohlUllton 1--"u; child to Writ Das ItTl. Kutlon I. tlloik I. M, L. T) Oauction ..
have relieved th' unpenat tod won the tam. u. poetllaekot You ow beat poaallilooy A.NEW. 17. Township IT ewlli.,
ring him up In the I I llange It JatC. eoatalnlna 10
th n 1$. W in. ,114 with
gam Wringing up children Van *$-inch onok stove and acre.*, more or leg. In the 'lov elFlorida r''
Joy over the victory, worthwhilejob City Ooanty ol Dadr Islas.
lieu meal
be the happlett. en A. |t!. llarnra, Cuconut
difficult of "."dtI. a* embraced In < W. meet Itanl& her Vday| )ire In the world or the meat al- Drive and Xrem Avenue, h..1 No 111. The aaaeanniM el I
TIM Debate Mletake
will be and worrkwni said under
ar* Xiondurlni how many property the rid ifrllftotte -
Then art several member *f H out. How about a .lc* surprise moat always can be averted If parents F H H 8. who nave forgotten everything turn suit Wouldn't are helped to understand their Ideal breeding oeckerela big UaknownU i
"oi>pt "The Debate." W* and everyone problem of child care and training husky fellows ('UN'" hltt. 10 1, Block 1. M L. 1>. .,
that be great Section IT. Township 61 Mourk
dart not tell them the day I* cloudyfor The athletlo association has and shown how to dl with them month old. Worn dam with .t..n,. H Hast, containing U .. sew,,
they will gay It I* clear and deemed It addable t. hire a bus patiently and wUiely l.ar.nt* art high production record. Price i more or loa. In the Town of MeMa -
w* a>,old laying the day la clear for all player und any entree made, not born In order l 0 he- $1'.0'; I for IS*..... J. p Meyer City. County of lHrd. Wit. elflorlda
ruffled to carry ne d Avocado Drive and Richard road : a* embraced In Imrmdltttelr they becpjno nucceeefuj parent You
In, to
to squeals coin a .
that an manage late No. till The aat Mnn>> t *f
Ind the weather touch with 1 mile west of Krome Av.
begin to quote Last From constantly in ,
the am*. out of town to keep said' property under the weld I Vitlflcaie
mi* and Insist that the day Ucloudy. day night was the first time this the latest and beat method of Child O..UI Issued wag In the ..."" tl
Although the "weather" Thorn who and training There are .K- l'sknown.lot .
' plan was carried out. tan help FUR1> TIUICKJtIo to... good motor I, Block 3. M. t. I' oflection I.
. th* Deputation of being the field who can
, haa like la the
oC went up on tie bug, packed pert stake. body. ..1. Jluggle at IT. Towmhlp ..7 "X*,,ith
.r i aaleat of? .ll' subject, wo ere be.glnting .,dln... reported that they had you. The foremost authorities are Hedland. I lUnge It 11:**.. cunUlnlng ill ,0 i 0I
,; to doubt It. For that mat. regularplonle.." W* fire .'oa- 4\talng parent everywhere every I more or leea, In the Tnnn ?f I l 10'-
tef w. are very careful how w* t what they could possibly month through the page of "Th.Parents' I I Ma City, (,*only of Hade HI_I. ofIrlurlda

',; approach them on any subject forwti daring However, they did nut explain Magaalne. Such usual I a* embraced In tbrllroate
mean CHURCH NOTICES No. I Isis. Th. awassruen/ w/4
f" i value our head furthtr matter a* obedience *e" education. I property under the mid I', rilflctt

, y' "The' PebatV .lll take pace We wish to thank all the bnlne finicky epprtit. baby oar*. luuml was In the n..>o. of
F>". T. and all the schools In the for their generou response *4ol.erenc*. temper. character BAPTIST Unknown
county will partltlpate Home houses call for money. W* training and many other everyday ..... laW.MiinUna; arnn 'n"The > i Lot 4. Block 1, M 1. II i'PReollon
to our IT
Towaahiv 17 H lianrfII
'
lead will meet her old rival. Red- are to have programa.U hand out problem are treated with almpllrIty ) tight of Uw tVort.li" I r heat, contalnbw It aero (iroi
land at Ilomeetead and lUmeateadwill th basket ball game T.el.yntght and undemtandlng What theeeauthorltlce riming sewstoni "%lieu WeYield or Ima, la the Town of KloiWiCity.
"- 'lilts l dead a team to Lemon at The amount taken In wee are doing to make parenthood to the Liquor I>r..<..?" I' County of ....... Jlltol.r
for : Florida. a. embraced In <'< rtln,".l"
The uoceaiful
night personnel i iotb.r
: City th*game certainly appreciate Joyous and Thl M a *|KTial Becomes onUnUoral
|4I, and we No. 1111. The assessment' 01 ''.UJproperty
; *f ",,,,,..tead', team has not been lira ee.oper.llon of the buelnea father and mother they can JwohlMtirwbI'awyer under the sold f,run .tbenNd
t wade public at the moment of goIng da for you 'The Parent Magailnt' amtoo U'rtliMwhtyevmlnc was In the same oft'n-,
(S prtea neopl will bring you this Invaluable at TilO. "Tlw UrratlatllaUma known.It t
..:...-.. I counsel on every problem connected of II.. Ilihlo" .III I. Work t. M r. M 1M.,
; fleetlon IT. Tuwnehl t7 Houlb
Madness EpigW h
I mllnh IVparuiwnt with the rearing of children
be the tNud af study In the Range It Real, oontHlnlna I" a--r" ,
A mad run wa mad on the Thai business English lam I* from crib to college. The attractive prayer *rrvti.. for mrralrvk more or lea. In the Town of MOT
HenuMMd High: library the other busy writing a eerie of *ala* lot- subscription! rate. are 1100 .< *. Iitatah U mMaln the :''Ma nty. county of f>"do. Ht.il: nr t.

: day This rush and gnl) was tam this week. Poor people" I far one year of $1.40 for three full lla/Mat ft* that .ft-..'. eludy.CI1CRCH Florida. a* cmbrmood in t'" n'nrale .
No. 1114 The aammmu of
: caused by the announcement of our ,rear'ssubscription! will b* received '
I OF OOIJ ) laid property under the said < Ttirtcaie -
r principal. Mr Common. that thirteen At IMII at the office of this newspaper ..a. H-Mornlm lufilciHlgnirk dosed wag In the num' .if
new book had arrived You After the many ..reo.... ..Uempcal & or nl.F18 sent direct t* the I < I Uakaowa.Valeet .
'Typ/rol *Mra of theJcw'kh
my thirteen I* unlucky T W* beg and trios that Wit: ward Brooker and a N. Department. The gold .rtlt\to.I" ..honldb
ahtrruai'lci" etenbaglepet redeemed aorordlng' lo law tau
'" t* differ, for the thirteen new I Garland Wynn have engaged In. to Magaalne. Ill Fourth Av Pon""j' "\1111_ to Mau'a ..... 'load win mama thereon the itat

book .prevented by the school! Persuade their "vehicle" of the Cork N. I.-Adv. valimMMe'r Bacteria will day of January, A 1>. ItllVated :
1 this ITth day of I1"> mbe -

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l'nfsnnuu4tn : Nock of Circuit Court. Uade 1''one., .

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Eight THE HOMESTEAD LEADER Thursday, January 15 1931.

Mr. Bt It.. Lawren**, am-I
Panted by bar eon, L. 0. Lawrence. I
I will armies Saturday floss tames IDs! REd land RattiEr$
In ancl.Rrouncl .... a... to visit her sacs. B. L
and M. C LawreiM of this city. : Published by the Student of Eedland High School
I I t... D. Lawson will return t.
Damascus after visiting her a few The: School With a Spirit .
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tlomesteadI MlM Either I). Welatraub, our Friday night
War. Wheeler of the ba.of
I I economical entomology of Harvard commercial teacher was aboolltfrllln The Junior :la I* sponsoring a ,r-
acbool Monday account or .
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I IIt" Professor llaroli Hum tI Glen danoa at th* guild ball Saturdayalght
. Lieutenant William cox U. ANavy aad Mr*. John o. Oekel St. Mary, rtorU and Dr. David Illness Jan. IT. Admteelon. 1. tee
aid Mr*, Co* are house had t* their gueete en Thursday Fairchild, principal agricultural Borne of the bitch school bop a couple aa4 too for ladle
rusts of Mr. and Mr*. Landani Mr. aDd Mr*. Barton Babwu If, explorer bureau et plant Industry were called to fight fire near the Both the baya and girl** team
4 .:mey la n.III.*014. They arrived Lincoln, Neb. Mr*. Mary Roberts .f Washington. D. 0\, were visitors\ school Monday afternoon.The Of the Redland High vheol were
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Friday by motor from Norfolk If Hialeah and Mr Xlora Mar* la Homestead tbto week, looking science elawe feel that they defeated by the team from Pone !:
11.... Co* to a Inter of Mra.Carney. of Eaton. Ohio. Mr. Roberta I* 1 over the Bub-tyeplcal. experiment can dl muck better work fine de Leon High eC Coral Gables Wedneeday .
member\ of the Robert Dairy Cem- Station. the new cabinet have been put night The gates was
panle of Lincoln Omaha and la tie science room. scheduled to be played on the Red-
Mr. and Mra Ernest A. Hart- Sioux City a company which U Mrs a W. Moore of Atlanta: C. R. Quttertdg toOk the girls land court but became, of unfavorable
nock parent of Mr*. Julian H.Webater developing the frozen fruit Industry will arrive tonight to visit her elm representing aclr class. to the air weather was played at the
left Monday morning for and experimenting With f reeling ter lira Ethel C Brown of Home meeting. The girl wore .e followei Pone de Leon (ynuailum.Th r
their home In Atlanta after having tomatoes It* predict that I. stead. Luella' Barnard. senior clam; score of the boy' gam wMM1
spent several week vita Mr. the near future this will become I Dorothy Haloes. Junior clam; Marguerlt | that OC the clrU- ram
and Mr. Webster at their real one ot the leading Industries In I Bra A. U Carson bas arrived, Delaney, sophomore class ...U. '-.
dense on North Krf>m* avenue. Florida. He wa highly pleased 'from Haletborpe, Md. U join be Juanita Leggett freshman claas Th second third 'and four'tfi
With them I* Mrs. Baugh Of Mary.land with the tropical agriculture b. husband at their winter horns on Evelyn Swllley eighth grade Mar. year 4-H Club girl held a- meet
a aUter of Mrs llartMck.Mra. law In south Dade County. Dauer drT gory Mused, seventh (ratio. log Friday, January t. with nil
Miss Esther D. Wtmtraub, sealer member present Plan were
t Gertrude B. Fuller spent Ml lUchcl Peterson .00111 Mr. and Mra P. .H. Lawson and eponeor, and several If the seniors' mad for fitting up a club room
leader will take the girt scouts of family and Mr. La....'. tatbtr. allot with committeeof
a few day at her horn her thUwk. met on Thursday a la which to "hold meeting The
her troop on a hike Thursday aft Halethorp Md. were recent the Llone club to discuss the' Individual member* volunteered to
guests of Mr. and Mr*. A. L. Carson -
ernoon. I chamber at commerce drlva. bring article from home-plcturee
i Mrs Fred M. Link was winnerof )lr. Lawson bell a large The second year shorthand elatf chain, cushions. vaaee-to mak,. It
the state prl** In the be..-.*.. Mlea Marguorlt Crow will entortaln tourist camp la Halethorp but I semester project la taking a IS- look attractive.
elaj In tire homo Improvement bar /rlend with a birthday claw It la winter and resides In
house minute radio talk. Everyone U The 4-H Club will have an *x.
contest among senior homo dinner at bar home In Flk Miami attaint( In for the slowest apeakerill blblt at the Radioed Orange Few.
dumonetratloa club member, I Manor on January t* at 1:11. lOR'" tlval M a part of the home demonstration
FLORIDA'CITY The third year Interior, decoratInff booth.
Th Injuries of Mr. B. O. Tur. I Miss I'obe"-n.: has been :)come economic tlaea'te working .
i nor, who wan hurt la an autorooiilt 'transferred from the Homestead Th* member of the Ladle Aid on Hi home project work The TO BATE RALLY DAT
Crash on Kreme avenue lad western Union office to the Western Society a( the Community Churchof member are also working en a r*
Coconut Palm drive (act week were Union office at Lake Worth' Florida City met with with, Mrs.O. home book. The following number will b*
shows fcy X-ray. to be more serious She!! left Tuesday night C Hole Wednesday afternoonsad We are very eorrr to know of given at a Rally Pay program at
than w.r. at tint thought. She mad plan tor their annual the Illneee of two of1 the graduate he Whit Stone Methodlat Sunday.
I* till a patient. at the Fort Graduate Die and Mrs Henry Brooker Jr., .upper to the New Jersey State 80.elat of taut year likes Clialker and Clifford I School, January II. at ':U a. 181|
keipltal. but her condition I* made a trip to Lake Worth and of Miami which will com to Stephen Quiet music, song by congregation,
Improving.Mr. back lat Thursday to see M,. Florida City Iq a motorcade .Feb The basket" ball learn regTeta Scripture reading, prayer, dero
Brooker' father Henry Brooker. ruary 4, Th upper will be the lone of BodU K eaU aDo of the I tlonal topic by the :n.... L. !:.
and Mr*. George Fuller and who was hurt recently In *. automobile served In the Community Church. guards on the team Her ankle !I. Wright, assembly, special music,
daughter, Betty, of Miami were accident near Gainesville epralaed and Ik* will bo unableto ,r ipeclal number by beginner and
visitors her Tueeday.Mr The Florida City P.-T. A. will play on the team any more this primary classes special number
Mr. and Mr. Earl Graham are, bold its monthly meeting this afternoon. season. by junior I and intermediates. epe
*, George Morton of Homestead .announcing* arrival ot a .." n. The girl** basket ball team bad I clal number by seniors and adults,
underwent an operation at pound 'OD.. barn Monday morningat a goad practice Monday afternoon. !special music, reading by Mr*.
the Pot Graduate hospital Tuee Mrs Hunt' hospital. Mrs Lewis. and Ma Kverell, Mrs B. Parker from Gould vle- Clint Pepper and a song conteet
day morning. spent Sunday In MUml :visiting Iced the school Tuesday. .
Mr and M.'U Coeds, Mine Mr*. Edna Lee CII... M. richer, county *unrtnfoadeati II NEGRO;: IXJIRID
Mr. and Mr. H. H Ewing will Margaret Crowdtr and Mra. John I. T. Pearson. Colonel --. .
have Mr. and 1\Ira. Chart* Adam Dollnger left Tuesday.. their Thursday evening guests at the Fred Paradise, now member of the A negro named MOB Griffin Was
ot Topeka Kanaae a* their gu *U horn In Shelby, N. (%. after a visit horn *( Mr. and Mr*. Fred Room board .f public Instruction, and, seriously burned by flame when
nest week. Mr*. Adam la a with Mr. and Mr. B. 0. Beam of were Mr. and Mrs Todd Mr. and Mr HlghnoU, father of a former a bucket of hot tar overturned and
cassia at ac", Ewlng Homestead. They visited Cuba Mr*. J. H. Simmons and Mr. Morse I teacher of RedlajKl, war looking caught.fir* while he was tarring a
from Friday to Sunday sad will go Of Miami ever the grounds recently I root In colored town Saturday
Dr. L. Mnnro former pastor ot horn via Tampa and Lake Wale i Friends of Mr. Cain, one of ear morning Dr. J. D. Tower, who
the Whit Stone Methodist Church In order to too and hear the Bok Mr. and Mr*. Todd left this but driver, will be sorry to know happened to be passing at the time
bas been transferred from Cocoato Singing Tower. morning on aa extended automobile that she. wa la a serious. accident was called to his. aaelataaco.
the Holleman Park Methodist trip. They plan ta visit the
i church la MlamU Mr. and Mr*. W. R. Jose*, of Bok tower various wool coast
WaUah Ind., art spending several cltle then go to New Orleans and
John Harris. koala _nnectdwith day her bt camp. later to Texan and Arlaona. It Mr. BARBECUED MEATSBY
the Bird Chevrolet Co. He Todd' health will p.NIIIIJI.., will '
began bit dads then ** Monday Mr. aad Mrs., .. B. McClure have go on t* California and not return THE POUND ,
arrived t* apand the winter.. They to their. homo I* Hartford Conn
Or in Sandwiches Take Home
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1.. Eerie. Cook. representative ot the have a* guests Mr*. R. N. Wet and until next summer
I Ford Company from Jacksonville Will Cecilia Kin*. BEEF PORK and CHICKEN
Was a busmen visitor la llome- W. R. Alleq and two children.
Delicious Home Made Pies the Piece Whole
by
stead on Friday.Mr. Mia Mrjo Maccy entertainedMlia Billy and Loa, left Saturday for or
Margaret Ann Dry of Miami their bom In Washington, IX C.
a4 Mew W. R. Joins Of ever the week-end. after a ten-day visit with Mr. ,AI. ROLL-INN-
Wabaah Ind are speeding several len' mother. Mr*. B. F. Collier. ,
day In tamp her*. Ulna Lillian Workmen ha. enterer Mr Collier line been confined to O* THE DIXIE AT MAHANJA
Jackson Memorial hospitalfor bed for several day with tonalUtta
:Homestead talent will entertain ft nurse*'* training tours butte now Improving.
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of the teacher Dr. Everett B. daughter MISS Grace and Mlsa
.: Smith These who Will take part. Alice, and Mr*. Mary Alexander fIndlanapoll =E =
ant Ml** Lute Bmoak, oloUrti Dr *. were Sunday dinner
II Herbert B. Welfe, and guests" of Mr. and Mr*. C. J. Und-

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