The Homestead leader
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00087295/00139
 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 22, 1931
Publication Date: 1923-
Frequency: daily (except sunday)[<1926>-]
weekly[ former 1923-<1925>]
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 )
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: UF00087295:00139
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Succeeded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Leader-enterprise

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Shall Homestead became known as the City of

Signboards instead of the City of Palms as its civic

M1 DOSTIJNTSATFETE Organizations and public spirited citizens have TOMATO CROP FROM FREEZEAS

hoped? That danger lurks behind the proposed

E: FEB. 2 7f ordinance ed in the city's that street would right-of-ways permit signboards upon to the be grant-erect MERCURY HITS 33 DEGREES I

f ing of a permit by a designated official or department .
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jTo Make'Air Broadcast of mi>ma rnoMi not High Water's Latent Heat
t ; There can be no doubt of the council's good intentions .
Dr a F. Weber. wwwtau plan
'";. .Circulars From Palm in proposing the ordinance. The object pathologist Of Uo CUllMNflto Mperiment Blunts Claws of Jack

\ J Beach South was to prevent the indiscriminate erection of signboards tattoo arrived ht tide, Frost's VisIt

: hardship on several business houses The disease, which oauoe* lie '
I whose signboards, which have been standing for tomato* t* split and rot at th*

City Machinery Prepares' years, obstruct only the view of unbeautiful railroad tomato at.m. bus grower cawed.this great erases losses, tape to 70% Damage in .Glades

Site for Fruit Fes- property and equipment. dally since the damage uiually: and Total Loss at Okee
:TF; '* tival Tents The harm lies in the'fact that the ordinance, as doM not how up until the tomato chobee Reported
t notwithstanding its ** are la tnuMlt n U **ld to
passed, purpose,
be encouraged by too much tnola-
m I ', 1 :'Airplane stunts over Homestead countenance the erection of signboards on the taro and lack of uiiihln Mohtor In the ground from th /

.; :: will Toe one of the entertainment city's streets. In a day when municipalities and -- heavy rain of Monday Bight la, .d
the tomato atop from damage I*
,Tiedland states are conducting campaigns for the removalof SIGN IN STREET the South Dade area, according t.-
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signs of every description: from private property report made by grower tolloolny It
.' will open here on Feb. I. a week
: "ft from Monday, and Jut through the along their streets and highways ,everyone will BRINGS ORDER nor a survey tender of their crops farm like today beans The ml

'i--' following: Saturday I agree that it would be a reflection on our civic pride quash, were said to have been nip
,1' (W. \Id. Dlckerion, Ft t*uder-: and intelligence for Homestead to the trod about five per tent 11 fa M.Umated '
dale aviator, ho* agreed lo furnleh, pass pro FOR ORDINANCECouncil 'lit
that there en about
this entertainment feature 11&1 posed measure. '
acre of bean and squash M title
turn lop the privilege .f waking Moreover, where Is the line to be drawn It district.

.."., abort passenger flight field rom under the would be difficult to say yes to one person and no Would Require Crop around Davis Mitt',''dIt a
King highway landing Permit for Erection per cent la**, according to- Herbert
tbs Festival nl.II.1 jo No person or of wants
auspices of the group persons Ilunter formerly ..* n .*
Dick'tenon to be 'subjected to the criticism and "hard feelings"this 'In Right-of-Way stead but "e.; a resident *' ih

duty wuld: entail How long would it be before Davis lection lot oll".lourth *'
broadcast of circular and I An rdll1enco allowing rr e-
:.& f Jilan .n Inch thick was on the grouatIn
Marry a big: sign under each wingOf application for a signboard permit would be onlya tlon o( IlnbO&.rl1e. In the street elHoweVeed friends 'heriupfftjMi'la J
.... ., his advertising the Fruit I certain wp.. the grar4 tJt'9f apotvjhafoM
plan e tot1tr14
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J'9ItI'f !"::r" .t" a "orntlI1I1f inVr to tftsrjow .
.Why-pass art sign ordi once f except the southeast lIertOb.'IM
A Construction of the entrance for the coDifrurtlnn'lt building h
Inch of the Festival wag expected Some other council 'was responsible for allowing will be connldared by the city practically wiped Indicated Out area* ipertt
thin afternoon
r, cto get under way today, Citytteewd the erection, of the signs at the intersection of council at.in Wit regular meet The official government that4momenter
machinery were busy all. I jig, the. drat Jfonday In February. -
Flagler avenue and Eighth street; If they are not at the Bub-Trpl "11 *
day "dragging" an area of evert t* k result of discussion ul..t .- Station, about a ,dr
acr. wt ha back ot the A. P. dangerous to public safety and are not violating hHt Monday night'council nieettaKt and purlment a halt northwest, went dowi

More and the Bird Chevrolet Co. any present law, the present council is not in duty ever the erection. Of a sign on to It last night readingot tilt
Th* owner of the vacant property. bound to remove them ; the rl.bt-ot-w.y .t Flagler ave- record this morning showed .
:which fronts tie cast aide of Kromeavenua cue. la front ofth municipal park, Had the ground In mouth i 1-144- 1
stud the south side ot Real Let the present councilmen be content tQ.tollow'the at the tight plant. bees dry, the Intense cold of '.<*
71. and.,street. have tendered It* use precedent set by the preceding council and re- Th signboard was erected Mal night might hays resulted III'" t
.' tobe Festival management w..k.I employee of the streetdepartmeyQ wU heavy "toed 1
a a
', '. fuse to allow the erection of any private signs on frees *
\ Ibro.ormal agreements.On *'bo with the aid Of already high water I',
but *n
: .. this area will be erected the municipal streets or parks during its administration. a tractor had cleared the ..Ireet.rll'btof.W'a was made itlll higher ldfl"** :
o rt. )'r Festival exhibit tents, One ,* by councllmanto order night when exactly one li 11 "I i.
bf which will be TO by 110 feet during the preceding udmlnU- official -.
according to >P'
As trustees of our public property they have the rain Ml.
and It feet and of the ,
the othel''O by ration Informed the owner reading* at the Sub ti ,I. The shows and con Mllona of the power, and in justice to the community as a whole sign' that It would hive to be capitation teal Experiment dtatlon. Th.>< .111
Miami Exposition Co. which bas they should exercise it. moved. Tho owner appealed to ground crops wan ear "4 by 'h
peen engaged to furnish the kmua the street oomniltteMian. E. C. beat of the moisture "> the
' went feature of the Festival It. Chro"llIte"1.0 brought the ,.*.... was Indicated by th i.", '.
:JH. McCune aavance agent ot .th* Orange Blossom Event Has Biggest I tlon before tho council Wonder that ground frost remained WYI th, (oat '
I* new In Homo ,
show lightNearly ftan
company Until
of some tree
ktead staking preparations for the Day Yet, With Over 300 Meals Served I all of. the councilman r!lie. '.
Showing. -- were ot the opinion that na signs ____ _, J .

Today wa* the biggest day ot th product: 1. Mre Chae: Campi tMr should be permitted In the atrcet Local Man Has Narrow I

.. 53 RICH MEN BACK Redland Orang/ Blossom Festival,, *, J. 8 Cuadllowj I, 11.... Orant property.right-of-wey tJloolI"'on1.Ow.or any other ..ally..,. Escape During Storm t

which opened Tuesday at the clubhouse Mahaa.CryvUlllied. brought out the fact that there _

::0 F REFERENDUM] of the Woman Club of the grapefruit peel 1, are several signboards In the street O. H. WlllUin Of Iloni Trail ;
nedlandi In Redland. More than Mrs J C. Mulllni f, Mr*. Ch.*. af Flagler avenue and Eighth nil his brother-in-law JS! B. raw t
three hundred persons were served Camp I, :Afro Jesse Cowman. street although the/ ere well oft tr. narrowly escaped drgwn.1" LI .
DRIVEWALKERLargest with chicken and steak dlimenn th* Whole eryrtalllicd grapefruit the raid and not marring any particularly It:It Tuesday Bight "hen th" WH' b
elub'e record showed at the end filled with crystallized frultf I. plowing vl w. It 1o (lame houseboat which was ni"* i
of the day and many persona "!*- Mr Chas. Camp I, Mr*. Jew developed that these lens had he lowed from Miami to Key i ..
Own ted the exhibit* but did not take Generate t. Mr,. Fred Unk. moved to the spots they now occupy bridge was wracked lo a wino' ma
,. Distillery their meals there. It attendance Hooked rug made from wool Or to Mtlefy requirements of rain stores +
ers Among Propaganda tomorrow I* as well, the club plans cotton total! 1, Mr Frank lUu- the Old council order for clearing I When within 10 BiHe of the K.'f I
Supporters to keep the orange. feUval going man t, Mr. Grant Uahan. f, Mr*. the treeta. The proposal was I Large bridge, the hUM>bot' 'Halt I II
-- all day Saturday instead ot'cloalng I. 0. Caetellow mad tlmt the council pat an e. I ned by William and Bower' w ,* ,..
_' Fifty-three millionaire, earn of It. sat noon Braided rug. from used material dlnana allowing the signs. now tent; la two. William I In an an- ',
.... whom own the largest dUtlllery In Th* disappointment of the day *! t, Mr*. J H Btoekett I, erected to stand but prohibiting oonsrluu condition, yeas lifted! into ,"; J
! the world, ar behind the o-eand wa* the fallur of Ed. Howe. tam- Mr. J. Elder I, :Mr*. Haueman. the creation of any more. The city :Captain Marshall' launch flhtih ':
popular movement tot 'referendum one1 eweppr columnl'who I* Crochet rug from used material: attorney expressed the opinion that was towing them. Dowser followed '., j
against thi Prohibition wintering In Miami, If, appear onhe f. Mr Fred Until 2. Mr. Fred such an ordinance would be It- ,and the wrecked houseboat was
! 'Amendment the Ilev C. N. Walker program M the afternoon ttodd: I. Mr. Ma Xlnc.Kaadwovta legal because It would b* dlacrlmInatory ,out too*. *
>taster of tilt Homttteed Baptist speaker, a* announced In advance article from aNd The suggest/ s was then ---- t
Church1; told hi* congr.gatloa Dun. publtaKy. ,HI* noa-appearano WildMale material: 1, Mr Fred Link t. mad that signs! be allowed la the 'Auto Tax Not Payable ,,(
day night to b* due to a mleunderetanoUla Mr R. T Sum I, Mr*. Link. ttreeU and en public property but
t t. Preaching a sermon entitled and effort will Vo Mad M Coconut fibre e'rtlclei t, ,Mra. hat permit for tblr *,,",Ion Verequired. I Here After Februaf ,r ,
1t'. ""'" "Shall W* TM to the Liquor Trefflre haya.htm'appear en ITrtdar ftrnoon' M, T. Bassist: 1. Mrs J. :ai. Bel.! .The city attorney was I
," Mr. Walker, quoted from program, on which Dr..Xd. f.rtyi 1, Mr*. A. Con... natrncted to prepare an ordinance I By special arrangement
."' statistic, wised. from the Aieocla- ward Bverett Seam, teacher of the Pin needle article t.lra. to: this 'effect County Tax Collector Buband difr'Iprori I
ties Agahiot the Eighteenth Olympia Bible Pass of Miami' I* Peter Peteraont '.' Miss Prattj I, The council antfeortaMit tho tttytterney the B. A, Preacher ug agenevif
Amendment by the V. aX Senate size! scheduled M a, apaakor I Mr..*. Peter I'tron. to take action to replevinMI 111\ Homf'tltetl4. motor yehl'*k *, .. ./ :
lobbying committee to show that Prices awarded for ]joins Tem, Palmetto stalk articles i. Mm, old Jfct"'oo"-fIoo'mop. light I.r* previously reglntered wit! IM<
th*** mllllondre are the power Macrattoa and *-H atria exhibit L. Walker I. Mr* H. lev 1. Mr*. plant mitts. sold by.-th* eltr II i oral Ug agency have been %bite "f
that are supporting the attack en at the Orange Blossom Festival W. 1 Fowler. I11..tll. ago to the Zelnick "ap t pay Tbe-personal 4.11s bare 2141e1.be 1
the amendment won announced today at foUowat. Palmetto or coconut loaf rtlclt ply c*. or or Leila, It a ,..n. Middle ot DeceniVr, but *ftf*
"T'hee men bav 14 everthrowlhe *ro. ndmnt," said| Beat grapefruit exhibit 4 different : A. Carter t. Mr*. It L Bur- men Th engine tt now taralett* at )(1'. JIImpe ..'. ofOeo 1 2
| I Mr ,Walker "*nd they plan M product l, ---; ,t, Mrs ham ng stunk Ipel current to the town county court house a.. JlltOU. a *.";
.,..." |Iu*OO.O.D1"l nil ,In offort ,John Oeodaod. Wire gr ae article: 1. MtaeJoeeConUnutd "U $rUaUlla, Mlcik, to Which It wad Lording to *n snnosttwWH-id III"" "
tpenthiued on Pt Fours :Ken kumquat exhibit, different,, .( e. Page MIght) *W by lfceZ.lnkk.f company *it tile Frotdl.* Once tbMJ .q*.' .-

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Page Two THE HOMESTEAD LEADER Thursday; January,22, 1931. 'ti1

1 DEATH COMES TO g(1JI i #lIlititl! lfF lEf HlfE lfl1 SI!! ll1lII1IIIIIIIftIIlIIIIftIII1Il1111ft1lIIl1IIIIIIInmIIllll! !!!! i !!!!# ! \! ;
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Scientist Developed Tomato 1 I NON BREAKABLEMeasuring 11I

Nailhead That Resists Rust GA2CEAY (2.

Or freilorlrk J. PrtrehaM. aenlor Cup
Homestead's Only ,I
hyilologM Of the United Hate. .
Mrtmrnt of rrlroHr and ,Infcrn .
llonalljr known scientist, died WITH' ,
it HI* office IR Washington, n c., :3 =
on Jan .II. after a sudden lllnn,:== f '"
Hip 1 aMOfUUe believe bin tenth ,:
was '
In] to Heart dtaeaaaDr. Ii 1 Kcllog] All Bran li'f. I
PrltchaM' who Wall SI year IKellogS.Vheat for 43c i.I .
old wan known In agricultural we. :
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lion throughout the world for hit
work In developing 4hmuie.rliit. : i
Lg e .Pkg. 21c I
Inr varieties of tomatoes H. Had :
pent much of bit time la Florid' : Chl.psO 2 Small 17c
for the pest nix rears In connectionwith i
the study and development :3 5
..f the dlw ee-r..I.tlnc varlvtlei :$ e1/ 2 Small 17C = \
During that Urn the variation tir : Ivory ]Flakes 1
d.eloPllo l practicing supplanted i II Lg Pkg 21cR I
those formerly tread In Florida It :
U dated due to their nwlataiiF
to the _call"d" "wilt" disease' and :3 S.
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"nail-bead met" aid their superior :: =
commercial qnalltlea" Thor sins CLOVER FARM CLOVER FARM ;I

km dlMMO-realntlnr widely' rued dualities elsewhere are..h..I<>-):: MILKKIPPERED T CoffeeMATCHES V1J':8K :

/ lrab1a Prominent, to many scientific 9ttinlMtloni -I:-:I f:3T ZSc 36c I

Dr. Frltchard was a :

tlon member for,. of the the the Botanical American Advancement society A ocl ofSclonce .of- ::::::I HERRING, 3 Cans aSc 3 large boxes lOc I :

Washington the American Genetics ::
AUKOflatlon, the Washington Andmy I RiCE. FANCY BLUE 'nOSE
MEAL 5 Ibs. II
of Bclooro and the American :: water ground, :19c POUND OSc ,
rhytopattrolocloat Society. ::= =
A native of Iowa Dr. Prltctmr* ::= -
wu science graduated degree from with the a bachelor University of : RED BEANS, tall can :fOe SANI-FLUSH, Can :Ic: I:

ot Nebraska In 1104 Subwuutntly '
n, aorrfd as instructor In botany Mixing Bowl
Dakota and AfrtemltunU bartorlolory it college tho North and I Crisco Free 59cilRumford PCAND 28cMALT _

later was assistant professor thereIn 3 ghee
botany and patholotlit at the
college experimental nation CLOVER FARM CLOVER.FARlU
I IB In HOT ho was made assistant PEANUT BUTTER GLASS JAR-LB. tic LARGE CAN 35CGinger
plant breeding at Cornell University -
and later wu botanist nt
the Wlwondn EII.lmontal station CLOVER FARM STANDARD PACK .
Ale CORN %Oc
while ai sweat of the depart :::: The Best Z for 2B5C NO. CAN = '
s Mont of agriculture. He was
transferred to the office of the"
department In W hlntn about I CI0ver rm "
III years ago.Dr I Potted Meat Cans 25c Vienna Sausage cANsSSc I

PrUobaNI t. survived by his ,
wife and a daughter, Dorothy, 13,E=S
i yearn old.runoral. I: Pure Lard (J LD Raisins Sun Sweet == "
the afternoon services of Thuraday were held Jan It on :E EHIIKXrY I 1 rAIL S9c I Seedless--Pkg. :lOc 'a

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W. E nhenoy commander Of E 1 SALMON TALL PINK WIIITE nOSE
Asparagus .9c
John O. Dollar Port of the Amerl :: TWO CANS 25c 40 FANCY TIPS' 3.,
can legion In Homestead, retch ::= = 1'
0" a testimonial carl Saturday thlt 5: CATSUP Three 10 Cent Clover Farm
week from PIlot National Commander Bottles Z5c GRITS 2 PKGS. :15c
O. D Bodtnbammer "inrecognition =:= =

mnlte On the." card of Mr.loyal Rheney and efficient to complimented !E=| HOMINY, lib. 2 }-2 can fOe Corned Beef l AOJ21c ; :

for having, with" the "ro
operation of the po t'. members, E
established. In 1MO a membership)! i Tomatoes 3 all( cans 21c Pork & Beans 'ct
record In the teal pout surpassing :: CANS
that of the four previous years.MAN I== = ?
OOM TO K r:Y 11 FRT S Peaches Libby'. : Flour BLUE GRASS oft

..The llnnd 110,high.' basket school bull will tram 1..1 nf.!I EjIt = No..2I/Detuc.sC! e LBS.MEHT AI 4c ,

Krtilny morning; for Key WeitjEi I ,
tii play the Key Weal high school =
to'am FrlOey night coach. C. R.'Elunrldge 3 E i
( will atonmpiiny the;E
'""m. 1l 1=

John B. Tower M. D. k l 1'=| BUTTER ANY PER POUND BRAND 36c CHEESE, Full Cream, lb. 3Sc .

PBOQI:I.aUf"I. :. 1 I Pork Chops END PuUND CUTS 24c POTATOES, 5 Ibs.' .15c: I '

II White Bacon,151b. 17c '

"' a.. Me
ilt Shoes '
| Of

t"... for all the familymi = Chuck Roast TIIE BEST 'zsc CARROTS or ]lEErS 2 BUNCHES ica5c -I

V / JOlt want rvmoloQftfANEKSSIOESfiOr Ojwtttjr and ftorrlrr :I PICNIC HAMS POUND; 17c ORANGES Jt DOZEN ft3 I' .

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'fhundaJ'Jamaar 221Nt: THE HOMESTEAD- LEADER Paw-Three
At the Semiriole'
..____I Miami MMooary In.tUut.I
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will to hold Mfc..day J 19 in
Hailed as tho talMttf sib.sehnrost Tarbnui Memorial 'tftyrch WMluml P. J FRANKLIN Inc.
Oirtll".plctur l Th Bttrm'' Till pl'Of"&II&1I1.op.; .
UnlvvniU romance crania of die at 10 e. m, and close at I t. ..: ,
human trtanrl In snowbound It In hoped that many MathodIM
cabin ta the Canadian wllda comet from liomoatrad win .tt.n*. Phone 40 WE DELIVER Homestead Fla.
SI Lovely,I theapntkfrft ,
bin Saturday Sf' Bishop McMurry will bo ana at
vlracUiu Loge V,l.. HIM the load ,
lag feminine role, that of a UtU' I would like to 1111.t teen one
Fraltea-CaHMten, The male representative from the following Pork
melt to portrayed br two .f the I departments: Board et itoward( 10 lbs. Sugar CRISCO
,monffapal l actors of *tat|* and fluidity school, missionary i \!liy I and $9c
creh-r ut Cavanaugh and Wll with tile charts lay .der. Thin
I for our I Ii 3 s Ln.I .
Han Doyd.XUdlo will be a gnat moMlnf Beans
With Purchase of
diet rtel Dinner will b. sewed at
Plcturoi. wartime, comedywltltAijliiiUu.JUH i th' church free of obar,eL I .1 I large cans CAN
U*triumph or fun-making I for tV GROUND COFFEE at 3 S c
fa11l1.'fr end totjlert Wheeler and _TMU WINS ZSC .m..Hm S9c
RotwHTWoolKX, featured eooul 'I
The boy. basket bell team .f'
taniR conmjunduy and Monday Homestead High defeated the boyi',
.Ca t aiTt ',,. nirlciin dou.hbo'1 Want of the Ida II, Maher. tIC".oll LARD, Armour's Vegetole, 4 lb. buckets ..... .. 49c a
they go A. W. O L In *. of Miami Omct In a t\v ly game
-r,: only season the Eiffel tower t...1 I Tuesday night on the court of the SALMON, Fancy Pink, 2 tall cans .. .r .:.. .... 25c a
nidln ilandlnf( It that" fat;wUhlo rung of Ib ;um. The Koro wait IT II RICE, Fancy Whole Grain, per Ib ...... e. .. .... 05c
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PEACHES, Comet Brand, 'No. 2% can :....... ... 16c

., .J '" ROAST BEEF, Libby, can ..... ." .. ....... ... ...... 25c ,

CIIIPSO, lar ._ e... ......,.r ... r ...r. 21c
NEW FORDEverything
OCTAGON SOAP, 5 large cakes r..... ..."r..... 29c

OATS, Minute, pkg. ... ... ..... ...... ... .... 09c

: : LIGHT IIOUSE CLEANSER, :3 cans .... .. .. .,r.lOc
:: ; ;; ; CATSUP Beech Nut 8 bottles .. 15c
oz. .......... .
HOMINY, Stokley's, No. 2% can .r.r" .. lOc

::- :';:..., ; CORN FLAKES, Kellog's,2pkgs. ..... .... .... r.15c

TOMATOES, large cans .. .. ..:....... .... .. 23c

t= :you want. or need PICKLES, L. & S Sweet Mixed,5 oz.bottles .. ... 15c

.-. PEARS, Libby's, No. 21/ cans ....._............ 25c

'.- GUAVA JELLY, Ives, 8 oz. glasses .. .. ........ .. 15c
: : .; -.in' '-motor ear
." 1 .. ,- ". SYRUP, Red Hill, /2 gallons... n.. .. ...... .. .. 3GcfiVERV
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TOE more yon see of the new Ford, the more you DAY
.:realize. that it brings you everything you want or FLOURKitchen IILRSIIEY'sMILIK

.. need in a motor car. And at an unusuallylow COCOA
price. 10 QueenTALL
Its substantial beauty of line and color Is ape CANS Plain or Self Rising: K lb. CAN
; parent at a glance. Long; continuous service emphasizes
the value of its simplicity design and the 81c 24)Jb. Bag SSe ISc

high quality that has been built into every part.
'. -The-new-Ford-accelerate*quickly and it will

::;;- :' .do SS to 65.miles an hour. It is an easy-riding car
:: because of its specially: designed springs and four PRODUCEONIONS

.': ....Hoadaille'double-acting hydraulic-shock absorb '
.. ", ',;. It has fully enclosed four-wheel brakes and Yellow, 3 lbs.r. :. 14c

the added safety of a Triplex shatterproof glass POTATOES, 10 Ibs. for ..... .... ... .......... 31c
',w ndableld. Operation and upkeep costs are low
I\ and it has the stamina and reliability that mean ORANGES, Redland, per doz., large .. .. .. .. .r 20c f

:; thousands of miles of uninterrupted service. APPLES, Yorks, 5 Ibs .. ..;... ....... ... .. .r. 28c

.-: See.the nearest dealer and have him give you LETTUCE, Extra Large Heads, each r... ... ." 13c

a demonstration ride In the new Ford. Check up BANANAS, Qolden Ripe, 3 lbs. .. _... ... ...r. 14c

.every point that goes to make a good automobileand SPINACH, Home Grown, 21b9. for .:.- ,-..- _.... 15c
you will know It Is a value far above the price. I

Tat flaw FOKDTIIDOM i Meat
SUMN Department

.. .. BUTTER, Any Brand, per lb. ....... .. .... .. .r 39c

PICNIC HAMS, Table Size, per Ib; .... .......... 16c J1

J" .. :.-' CHEESE, Full Cream, per lb. ................. ... 25c '1

*t EGGS, Guaranteed, per doz... .. .................. 35c ,

PORK SAUSAGE Thompson's Pure, lb. :..,* .....29p t I j

IttF LOW miens or WORD CARS SPARE RIBS, per pound .... .... ..:.. ,4. ... .7..18 -4

4 < t. CHUCK ROAST, Western,. lb. ........ ...r. ..... 25cBallard's 1
.; *435 te 66.

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r grit yw ...... ,... ---ar Self Plain
'. writeerr.ra rime awIIwr.tcewc.-w Rising or

.: "I,', ; '" I FLOUR 6 lbs. 35c 12 Ibs. 65ee 21 Ibs. $1.25

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Pace Four THE HOMESTEAD: ,LEADER", ..y......... tharsda&jJanaary 221931.

I dine\ heed. tile rarleug form* ot '

I.' : --'rilE' LIBRARIANS CORNER the ortweltlon t* the aiitl-prehl- .. ,
bitten mowment and lead the government "America's Largest:-Miami's ,Busiest" :
.,.IYtpllts. U I"BOW, LIBRARIAN by popular referendum togo
......-. L ---- Into the liquor bl&lllll1Ie '
professor JteDouMl ml*, Tha the time at tie! library when yew boiled attention to the foot that
f ,Urn of P"J"bolon It to render our am not lending bookaT" I WMut oondttoaa) bay not been Improved Red Cross Drug
In Canada under the roVWlUllel1tdl'l'ellMI'1
A vision of that
unowledg ol human nature manf | struck dumb.
system and tald that the
and oJIII".t", la order thatwe back worn roue before my em .
., United States death rate from alcohot
control ourselves morewlwlr and X bar not recovered Itt.
may I* mutt lower 'now than Itwa
r and influence our tetlOnamen Department Store-
Prohibition He cited
53 Millionaires Back
nor ,fteetllr.I, The. are government figure to she w that
tic* days w* need torn puck knewledge Of Referendum Drive only 11,000000. gallon of alcoholare
to putt M ttromrb., W. have (Continued from pr one) being diverted annually to the 51 E, Flagler Thru to 60 N. E. First St, )liamlONE
1 In our library many good books onpsychology. to promote popular referendum manufacture ot liquor whereas
and now w. have a against prohibition. T not: the n formerly 119.MO.000 gallon 'wereused
} t i PW on*. .Pa.1UI10IJ. by Everett alone hare contributed f iOO, 00. ytaHy
Dean Martin. Thl.to one ot the and three of them belong to one In opening hi* sermon, Mr Walker
1"1 I ten book recommended by the family Dupont a large ontrib' eaMt "While we are troubledIn
: .\iiarlcan Library AanoetotloB In u'Or." childhood by the stories of
I. I ica I.".o "l1l1rtt''i reading courwf Tile speaker called for resist' dragon and evil plrtu, In maturity CENTC
.. bonk giving the basic mMentlalar ante to this attempt to repeal or we arn troubled by real evil
f r 11 "wltdir*. Th preeeh, the change the prohibition law. He spirits ..nel" real dragon which lathe ,
l wither, the mother In tile home. propaganda which Melt to weaken liquor traffic"
( the butcher. the baker, the "cannvRtickmakei -
all need< a working ENDS.

knowledge of Psychology those .. _. ,. Wnr! IN nOMKSTEAD VISIT,
I 6 "lay If you wore IB New York IN
you would probably pay a goods : PROGRESS NIGHT
attend Mr Martin 18mr -
"" price to the home of
I .* on pajrrholotT Now your II:
have in four own library some of .
terse aim lecture fathered tog Avocado, Drive and ItMuurd Road, two atlas went pf KTOUM Are
tether in one readable "volume |
: And w* bay*; three new book J. F. Meyer RAtREMEDIES -1'fnUR
m our rental shelf this week:
o .Rio*." far LoulM Jordan Mien a
.'''1._ atory--In fact, alt Chine Goo Aromatic Cancaj t for 610BOa I It Cod Sliver Oil, 1'w. l for tl.Ot '.
this 'tl "*+a story Of a. Chinese Eye Hath _____.1 for Bio BOo 'MUk Of magnesia SforBIO
f .
her BY TRUCK Mo ZlftI1'O'dde Ointment Anwrtaui Mhtenl
v mother* love and Sacrifice for SHIP
!i 4lauthUr and te daucMer1 pro- ......._..._.._..vJlf r21eSo Oil ......._...,.........3 tor It.Ot
i grey through a difficult IK*-a I Aspirin Tablets,,6 &0o Aspirin Tab t Or.
novel, that kaa beea atx years la Nine Years of Daily Service Grain. ,14" .....?.,....?..I Joe>ftc (100f) _.____.2 for 510
t 25a Aspirin Tub S Or,
the trowlnr. 1
I t Then there lit Afatha ChrMI (Except Sunday) Miami to.Florida City Ilk IlhiUe. Caln.raTablets .-......._...__..for see (Its)'..__..........?.J for 2oo
nw mystery story, Partners In : $1 Antepntlne 20-o.
('rime.'* Full information on all boats and reservations too CMcnnt Sa ra Panels Baillp Lea la well known made. TaMdu, 5 Gr, ,_.?...J for 41o $1 fleet Inm awl :

.i a abort store Minter and play ISo Soda IIoC Tablets J for. too Wino _..._._,,:-,..Z tog$101
wrlcht but seldom .>P a>* aa a We win as ona b distance for any --
r "*""Ust. when every three or reasonalere ,of freight.
four years see does writ a full I. .1
length book It I* worth waiting PHONES: ....., ""',,,,.. .
for, Happy Landing I* her tow Miami 31755 lies. 2792 Homestead 537-R
but now
3 book:-not always happy
tnd again a glimpse of heaven In I IC Haglae Tooth Peat ...... for Ole f I.00 Quinine flair
background ot Hollywood Mathews Truck LineUnder aV Zinc fiterat Tonto ........_............3 for$1.01

Can you Imagine m. ipeeehluaTWell I'ow"l" ........iL....._-. tor o25o 71k1 'l'bt'IItrk'lll, {'ream
the other day when a woman (Ib. on) .....-.......-J for lee
of R. Commission
supervision It >
baby: n.ib CacUlc '
asked m. "What do you do all: Soap ......... ............... BOo Sfaglatf Tooth +
.1 for I. Ilnwh ........... ....... _.4 for Ble
: N 11I11 mll/ljllllllulllllllllflllJIIlIlIIlIIlJllIIUlIlII1/ IIIIIUllnilnm IIIIIII UIIII""11I11I( II ( too Camphor tat Lotion 1 for sic too Caxhnier Bouquet .

III 111111I111111I1111I1111111I111111I1 BOO Pmrla Tol.van ,....... .... .....,..... for tftc
Cram .....-...._..__.1 for 51o TSo Harrolom Olive Oil
... Shampoo ........ ..,.........1 for 7 : ado Oernilcil Soap J fqraocJSo
ho WorllwU Tooth BroBh,
I Early Grapefruit I Tre Jar TTalrom ImttMjIo* ..............-....a for Ilk
Powder .._...._..-A for sac 4to Rubbing Aktihol,

(BoPobyTakt .............;11 far sec (Pis.) ..._ ...JfOrBfa
= I Boo Cocoa Butter Cold, ton Kirk'* HardwB4

Every grower in the Redland District has his Cmun ........._.....--.....JforSU Soap ...-.......?..........ttforlldHousehold ,

t heart set on early grapefruit. He knows he'must .

0: have it early in order to get a fancy price. Remedies AI1I/ICINL I olt'Toon L.I

I OUR EARLY BLOOMERS too Boric Add Powder 2 for 210 SSo Glycerine and nose A

SIM CVMn of Tartar ....1 for rte Water ......_..._..._."1 for.ee

: : 5 ISO Epson Salt .._._....3 for lo ISo Spirit of Camphor a for'Ik
.' = t5o 9'lneture Iodine ...?!for Zee
: )\ a tan lIulphUl'1, for l cS5o .Oo Witch Tined, not_*for 610
; S 1700has Castor Oil _.._."._...J for U" tOo VanlllA Ilatrec: $....,2 forilo
'h =

i jt\ =1 withstood the test for five years and has not Hf
: failed to come through yet. Why take a,chancewith Ba .

something else when you know that this

S mixture will do the work. BOO BriUlaMfaM llqnM 1 tor tl. BOo BOo DuttermJlk IMUtantln Cleaiwln Mid 1 for 510
\ Benaooln and AlmondOrora Cream ..., ...._..:::........J tor ito
I ...........,?...........1 for Bio sec Cold Cream ..........J for Bio
; ; I Groves should be fertilized early this year, as $Oo Cold Cram ..._....!orlto BOo 1-wfnm*Flaroin I for Bio
i $2.00 Tcrftm .. .. t for|1.f 1
it is cold and dry and the fertilizer should be' BOo Vanishing Crmm ...2 for ate '
; put BOo Far Powder ............. tor aid
Uo lUcam Powder .-.1 for see BOo ITacUl AMrhiccnC i for Bio
on early in order to get a bloom in January the for BOo Rone,,"vbcTy or .

first of BOo Van Powder.2 Bio Medium ?...... ..........*tar(to
part February. *IM Toilet Water -.t for It.I' tae 'l'aloont .................*for lee
$Oo I'eH'IemoI for Ito lOa'Ils w'limas .........2 for lie
I -- BIA* Tulle Wa...._.for.l Bl
lUG Perfmno ..,..,,.tlorMlCOLONIAL Cmw I for 814
BOO vanishing *
r NOTE-Three-fourths of the early out ofFertilizer

Dade County this year was grown with Redland Bran s


'. ::.. = Tae like %itctal. .,.... IforTtcMo Bl 00 Jwmta rwfimMl for$l. lIMrfum
5 ..A. typw rertea n 2 for$2.01
"... IANUFACTURERS' } = nay loots _..._--1 turtle ..... Kow8sene

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aft Hair OU ..-J forBUJMO .9 for$2 04II
\ Jtedland Brand Fertilizer J>0 Jaamte Wick
t ", : 11 .1nC lotion *_1.lif Water .._, _.JtorttJHtM

.... RUE Ipo. HOMESTEAD 'FLAIt :. I-ID ISo TWcimi tot Hen -1 for Sea ) C' 3'P" Toilet
Water ...* .- ... -. .-. Jl for BUItl
Mo Hair TWO ._t.._...S fo Blc
.BO UtarrtMua To4M
Aft! Shaving CrNM .,.M blUe water .11 ""IUfP7
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: ?.1 : Thursday, January 22, 1931. THE HOMESTEAD LEADER Page F va.V

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


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; ... play at tbe American Legion bridge --
,; Mine Helen Roberta Breaker with green accoaoorle Mine Burton given Friday night la the American and Mrs! L. a ommn, ber. This was followed t>, m*
1 '"' daughter .( 14'.. and MM B Ftroolur was droned In a *Uk crepe Legion ball, with Mr*. W. It who were married recently wen violin
.( this city, and Ernest dross of midnight. blue with acceeeorlr -. Crow, Mrs. 3 A. Smith and Mr: mMttVun by Dt HfWrtWolfe
honored with, a reception In IkeUomeateat accompanied by Mrs alb-",.
Jmetto. Fla match
-1': 4 ;Tfompeon of 'P Harold Sheffield a* hoet_
were married at 4' o'clock' Sunday The couple left by motor tmmediately .: rivet INia for women WU won a ala o 0 I dltorl mThuraday eel Merrta. His aeleotlen w.w.

;:'I. afternoon at the home .( County after the ceremony for py Mr* Kd Oallaher and tar 'wen evening by the 1'1_.. -Herd OIrl'* >**iH" *y tAbtinhy. 1

9udg F. a Shipper la Fort Laudrdala Palmetto where they wilt make' by Frank Belt. Mr*. T. J:. Evan stead and Florida City rarcaiTeacher and Hungarian. Rh no4y No b III'Brehm.
IB the presence of tb* number their homo Mr Thompeon ta connected and Charlie Harper won consolation *
.'1' of Ml** Brooker1 family tad with Gentile Brother' pr...... Mr*. August Heuer u o1aUollo. Mr. Bom- afro George Reef .1".t. *
a few friend racking Co. there.Ml won average score prise M she Wore I* principal of the Homestead humorous UutuM t* the bHde and

..\ I Mia Miriam Burton. was br14_ .. Brooker. who I* one of had the scorn nearest 1100 and Florida City schools and Mr*. groom, blcb ale contained ,< mile

,.: maid and- Edward Ilrookr, Jr., Homeatead'i best known and moat: Present werei Mr. and Mr*. H. Kornmer who was formerly Mr* good old.taalon4 edv le. n d ,' ,t.

brother of the bride, Wa the popular young women, came hereabout ; M. Degler. :Mr. and Mr*. Robert tattle Miller I* assistant principal wholly dttllgbtfalMr .
o groom* attendant. Other present twenty yeah ago from Miami ned, Mr and lira Frank Belts, ateffanl Introddicd Mt ,.' 4Mr
':d worst Mr E! F. Brooltfir where the was bom. She was' Mr. and Mr*. Dill.Bah,. Mr, and of the Florida City echoolMr *, Bominer and preeenkrll then r

'., ),(r.0' Burton Mr. :U. W. graduated from the Homeet".1 Mr*. J W. fchoua, Mr and Mr*. : *. C It. 8teffanl president of with flow... The a lMta"tIt i> fl f

: 1 Owens of Miami, a slater ,pt the high school In ltaL Jim "Venn ),[.. and Mra W. E. of the Homestead P.-T. A. welcomed coffee w>r\loe let was prowls d I 4y
.. groom, MIN' Ilab Nixon and Jo* I alto I* well know In Homestead Rheney, Mr and Mr*. Harold 8bf- the ,u..I.*. An Informal the Ylorld City P.-T. A. th .v
r .f Burton. Jr. I a* he cam her la October leis field, Mr*. Blniieh Chapman program, arranged by Mrs, W. O. utlve oouuiilttee or th>. Horn jli 4

.. The bride was be.utlfulln a Canton and WM engaged In business her]I Mrs W. R Crow Mr*. August Hackler wa presented Miss P.-T. A. and the faculty *t u.e
:i crepe drew lit hunter' green I until the early part .( llKIHKKA1IH Heuer, )Ira Ed Qallaher Mrs H.Hiner Sadie Murray played a piano num- Honuatead MhooL
Mr*. Joe King Mrs, Wayne
\ l'L'B INVITES ALL IIOLDIiT'I""T10)lf Cooper, Mm. Tom Brewer, Mrs.Laura (['1.11' OHM.;HI-:9

,. !TO AUWJTATE9 PROGRAM: Ty Prltcliard. Mr*. Wm. O*. mn11'ItAY'Mrc. Off Flagler- Oft Prices
The all-tat program which 1'110a" of Coral BebekabLedg ronlruo Mr*. T. B. Evans, Mra Margaret Router' birthday
y r i will be put on Tuesday, Jan. ST. of Coconut Grow, alt Herman BchlogeU Fred Looralfc Al was observed at the meeting ot the

tit the Homestead Waman'l Club by Mr*. MarJoH, Senile, dlMrtotdfputy ftesieurlone l C. T. Harper and V. Italy or thine Club today at the 24 FABIUS 26
). creating lot Of Internet and president .t Rebekah Ataembly Prltoher. hotne of Mra Frank line
club official who are of Florida Installed officer
onto Rivalry When the member *f the dub North
to mk Jt a fraud gets for Liberty Rebekah Lodg of MtoanlA
.' tunning URfk PRICK HOSTESS mat Jut Wednesday at the home Miami FAY'S
.o'ether, "port Homestead Monday Jan. It, at TO M. .::. CIKCLH of ..... Frank Bklll a 'bandkeniM I A.A **.
w Everyon I* invited W Com Out the local I. tt O. F. hall. .
Mr J. O. Hacker
Circle One of the M. E. UMon, shower was given *
to help represent his own horn The officer Installed went
: In honor of her birthday
ary Society met Tuesday afternoonat
... state ant to have a Jelly *vnlng.Tho Noble grand, Mia Lucille Murphy
Mrs. TUckltr, Other
the horn of Mr B. L I'Plco.l rnt% werel
from Florida are wanted to vice grand Mr* Jacqueline Brooken
i -j Mrs L. a Wright led the 4v*' Backter, Mrs. Fred lUJd Annabeland ExpansionSale
bold the reputation of their recording secretary, )I...:
;'i,1.. up tlonal service' and Mr. Newt. O Tereaa Redd, Mra Skill EUl-
'i + d Mat. Blanche Ohapman financial "cretary -I Ball plaed'loUn aolo. Th abcth and Frank PkUk' Ir. Mr*.
A tree will offering will b. takes Mrs Edith1 Baltoyi tretaorer -I
: and Paul
reading and dlacunalan. o< ,oro* Erauk B Rue. Hanrey
fend refreshment will b* served Mr* Florence Pacettl warden 7
Mrs Lee H. Lehman Mrs Prices
mlaelonary article followed Rut
Pres. Th olubhoua U located on Miss AgnM Hamllten ell.J- Doughnuts and coffee were Julian IL 'WvlMter' Alta Webetor
N. W .Eighth avenue between taM Mr*. Anna: Ruth Butler: rllhtuPpol'ter erted Mrs Lena Knowlea, TheodoreKnowles
and Fltth streets. .( noble grand. Mra.Ooldl onsomm -
:Fourth FIMnatrlck
Mr Harvey
Present werei Mr. B.! A. Ennla.Mr *
Wolf; left upporter of Lout Lour and Francli Fltjpot-
L. E Wright and daughtci
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noble grand :Mr*. Tbelm lUd- ,
.: KOOI VL Mrs J. W Avery, Mra. JohnAnderaon tlcklre. Margaret Boiler ad FORM-FIT
CONTESTA ford, right cupporter of vice
NIEDInr SHIP Mr*. Ball aitd' Mr* I'rlceMr Donnie Roller
A \. which marked fps close grand Mrs. Beuna Vista. Franklin: Wright will enteHaftllhe -
membership drive left supporter of vie grand Mr*. NURSE'S
!bf euccoaaful circle nest month. feecau bf cold Weather thrAmerican
by the member et Circle Two of Molly Wlnitat! inside guardian.Mi AI held
the M. B. mlMlonary society. w*. Natalie Murphy; outsideguardian I TO GIVE DD-m;:; r onlt a short J."oo'Uslllal"bushier meeting) onWa4naadall UNIFORMS
of circle leader Mr* Con Bell Orlnold:
., held at the home 'II\UJf1 MO\OAT. Blgbt. la the Legion
w right ...I'1Iobl. grand Mr*. "'.11-
Tuesday Junior
:.' lira. A. M6N m. I Member of the :Helping Hand ball. Mr W. K. Rbeney, ,h* new

3 Present F Flelta were: Mr Mr; :. D.M.R William dd.Mr : I lah The Brannon.Junior part noble grand. Society will give a benefit bridge irealdont, conducted the meeting $1.59,
+ party Monday afternoon tt J
William Mr*. Mr.. Beulab Brannon, prwented the
1 *. :lire. C. o'cloik at the home of Mr. Shoemaker Th Bapttut choir member will
Mn. F. Z. Belfert.Mra Installing atatt with corsage Of
W. H. Haul. on Bauer drive. ;have .n oyster fir tonight at the
Mrs C. W. Littleon sweet *. ,WE CARRY.
Fuller pea
Jeo The public |* Invited. home ot Ur and Mrs. 0. I Gault.
jlda Sarah Mia Charlottfcetty Tb* officer of the lodge patented '
) :WIlliam" Mlss Florrls Little. 31105 :Mrs JBeattl with a flv.- 50 STYLES :

Fuller and Dave WUII..m. dolalr gold pieceFDLICATiON

;x quilt will b* begun meeting by Tuesday tbO. When Colds Catch You $LOO up ILadles'
circle at an all-aay III TOPIC OF'W II
.t the home of Mrl W. M, >GVIEW cttB rnoon-ixr
; CLullt Ie tel be ..014to Education of tha present day Off Balance
Williams .nd th' proceeds discussed >
Mr*. and of the future was $1.00
placed In the ell'Ol.'. twurylinvninAY by L. B. Bonnier principal of SWEATERS 1
Hometa and Florida Citychoola
DINNER FOR tor the Longvlew Woman' i Wool Plaited J

I1110U1 )MARGtTJUTE; CROW dub at the regular monthly SI'OOt

r Marguerite Crow celebrated her meeting lat Thunday. ASPIROIDS REXILLANA" SKIRTS.......... .
twelfth birthday Monday with a Plano were aloe mad for an I I

',a tried chick.. dinner at her borne all-day meeting next Tuesday .t New Style $1.00

.; la Flak Manor the clubhouse to complete dome PAJAMAS... .. 1
; ?. After i\f dinner wait eaten and special rug for their booth at the .

\. ;' Mi* eandle Oft the green ck were Radiand PMrlct Fruit Festival. Silk and Wool" $1 .CO j
the girl present spent Mrs William Qeronlmo/ was Appointed
'. blown out 1
:, ): the evening playing game, both a* chairman of the Committee TAMS, 2 for.....

xitdoor and inside, Each guest to well the ruse
Wrap Around Turbans
received candy favor CookU and hot chocolate won 1

Those ,present worst .PorothyDtden. served by the hostesses, Mr.. Fred All Colors, All ff Ac t

I Mary Cook., Mart Basher, Henn and Mia Rosalyn Becker Combinations.. tU t
Ruth Tower. Ellen Huff. BuanWill
." assassin aw-ow, 'J
z Geraldine Units and Marl un.U. HELPING: HAND SOCIETY


.. Mr Robert Bell was mad pre.!- 36 for 79c 77 }J
:. RCST BFE6FW8OX CL.AA48 dent of the Helping Hand Societyat
W QUILT a meeting held Wednesday afternoon 50c WHITEFLANNEL I
Formerly, when you IreIrd -
t.Sunday Mr Lena Woodbury was
Koxlllnna helps nature
elected first vice presidents Mr*. A cuM, you took one|>rr| to I
Stone Metttodi Church worked Anna Albrecht /od Vic ..aI. Irst rid ot the canes of UM '

!:;, J:. en a hUd'. quilt to be (iron the dent! and Mr. Agnes Reed, eecrttary ratlon for rfllnlna hidrough. HnrfOTcc || Gnats
ftrphanV horn Ian Friday at thea'v wh, aiMMhpr for rcdoHngfevoriklMitaa UK Irrllalrd spot with a pro- COATSCape

i home of Alta Wlb.tar. one of the Mrs. Reed and Ur. *. Woodbury rUvo covering that akin In
1 F:;J;. hremlten. were appointed to open the bid and another forrrgiiliuln the 111.- singe HronliUne Effect

:t> Other* present werei poser Allen. and award the contract for a new *; too iKm-rK nut no Giwrvolk4kt U

I k Naomi Davie, Marjorie Motor shingle root for the now, you hero them aO !nerectly turn for rhlldrrv a* Tailored Effects
", and Kffie lJcIoth.t. The contract will be .. adiilut and aim Itlaalfia .
,;I j Their nemt meeting will b* Jan week. CIUbb.U"1 A"|>lrolil the UatnleM ClIp- pat like banner, every,
4 '; t* with Effl Booth. Twenty member a Je tkat niomlMT 01 your family win $395SEE : J
contain Ute
,. w .__ com really enjoy lakuiff It. Ft*, ,
< plate ooM ....11tIC'Dt" It*. any kt I* giiaranlcr.1 to give

I' '" I THIS BANK is very anxious to retain and line your Giant told who POS fata treat aalUfartlon.coua-lt with Relieve|{mu. w -

A......{... Ie-. '
please its old customers, but it is also anxious .-
J to find new ones. We want to make customers FAYMUS FAY'

I as well as.keep them. Come In and ) Dixie Drug

look us over.Coconut.
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j Grove Exchange Bank TIn: 2 j STOREHomestead YARD GOODS it :

I W. T. rRICE Preddcn I. g. EATON, Tlce-vna "
Flagler Krome
I *. H. LA7FXBr rashers Florida COUNTERS.F .

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Pajre Sfr ..., TJTEJITOMESTE"'A'D'_ L'E'kD E'R"_ 1'ImmiaJanuat'J.: : '1931, t

f'tat: },o( ': ..QYln:
I.' By till.war. ho elective. 4f gloves Foil WINS BICQO_ ..;;H : .

Published. Thursday al ) woo mad.. ......PtIt tar some of [ Mis Brookrr was compUmua

Mead, II*, by Uw loath DadaPnbUshlM the glrV hand Ruff Oh. no,'II Social. Events I I1 With a bridle "ower;Saturday ifs.:;

Co.JUOf our Homestead rack don't akin{ i '_OlIn by1ift. ''Henry Brook.r, Jr

We are wondering bw many will at her home There nerve. two:,

)1 ABlTitJt JFllUot be anxluoe enough to try picking table of bridge players and th

Dp rock for an In4.nnlte104 MRS. HAUSMAN ELECTED PRESIDENTOF others present spent the afte_ ..

Mitered a* wooed rIaM rasa! of mlnitee.Mr //1 embroidering' dish towels for 'h*

laaa It, IMS at the pout offlo at *. Konimrv* UeknntrdTh / W. 11 S. AT MEETING WEDNESDAY brlde-lcf Mrs. 8, R Beam who i

I _eI, Fla, Mader .... act *f P'T A. Issued Invitations -- bad bight tear* at bridge, ,aaJ

; March >, 1.7. to meet Mr. and Mr*. Oommere.. In spite of cold weather. there Greatest of ull To.km' Mr*. O. awarded two datntf, vases, 'which

I The people were delighted to be was good attendance and\ a plan- C. Radford; prayer Ura. OnSmith. she presented to Mis* Brook'

b sea PRICE, ..... A TEAR able t* welcome Mrs. Sommers.A did program Wednesday afternoon ''U n nn leb.d Tub In the Th hostess presented MIcBr ..

splendid program was carried when member of tire Baptist W. Horn Land" )Mra. I. L Branna: oker with a flower and aakadl

HOMESTEAD IIIGII 'out and Ura fiend gave come ad- prayer M.... T. O. Watkins; "Un- her to find the root which she|
M. U held their monthly meeting '
vice to the bride and groom, lath finished Teak In Stewardahlp" discovered were In a chest filled a
I SCHOOL NOTESBy form of a running poem. Mr*' Frank Hauaman who prodded -i Mr.. Julia Polk: "In Personal service with presents, mostly linen ftnf..lIver. .i

I M The executtt board of the PT .- at the bualn. *** session waachown ." MlM Josephine Pratt: "10 :

BKBJVICE MckwEiHomestead ,; I A and the faculty member pre- to succeed Mr. S, L. MOt Young People' Work." Mr*. T. D. Ambrosia, cakes and coffee

Meets Lauderdale jenttd a beautiful diver service e. Clanahaa ai president of the union Plebe. awry, 'The Little White were Def'V.eI. '

Tuesday evening the Homestead to Mr and W... ommfO..*. I Mr*. H. M. Cook wa* chosen *uo* Crow," Mrs Bert Andrew; 'Th.t Present beside the honor sued

lMm met tile Fort Lauderdale Pep Meeting HeldA Geed II.... McClanahaa a* personal the World May Know," Mr*. C. N. I and hostess ...r&l MlM Hah Nixon,.,i

team on tin ham court A* It pep meeting was called for service chairman. Walker; song, "Jeau Shall Relfn" Mis Mary Tower, Mlsa Rossi''

1 was raining and cold there was the last fifteen mlnuti/ Friday After the report ot all circle Other present were Mr*. T. Tower Miss Vivian. Free min.

not a Urge attendance afternoon: We had with u* at ti.le had been given Circle Two pr*. E. Kirby, Mr, J T. Vann men NJ Olll* Robertson Miss Miriam. Bur. >

Our girl played M they have time a nedland visitor, FrteiRutak ented a program oa "1'h. Challeng Fleming', Mra W. D Coker. Mr foe Min Lula Smoak, "... Horace

never played before and came *. whom wo were very gin of the Unfinished Taik." C. n. Bigger, Mr, A. A. BueMra. '. Thurman Mr*. Henry Peter, Mrs,

within aa Inch of winning It woo to have pruento Mr*. T. T Bowen prodded t T. Martin. Mr.. J B. PittMr ., & & Beam Mra. Stacy! Hewkins.1 1 1Mra.

good same. The final scan WM PIer Danht The program folUwit Hymn *. )f. M Cook Mr*. O, A. Vint Bob Harris, Mrs Alex LanlerA,

a tie 10.10. That wain't K> bad Our girl played a good game "Joy to the World:" devotional service Mrs C. E. Saunders, Mra, 'MaryFetch. Mrs. Tom Harris and Mss.. Iraj

and the next time wo meet thoM against the Danla girls, doing ua i Mra S. A. King: "Unflnleh.d Mr*. 8. K Fitch Mrs A. I. Nethvry

Lauderdale girl we an vine to usually well In the second quarter Task In China," Mr*. M. P. Wollam; Van Marter. III.... Catherine Pick

spring. a dark one on them add This game resulted In a score .t prayer for the jinflnuihed task in art, ".... ... N. Irwin Mr*. I* A. ,JOINT INSTALLATION

win the ....... tl-ft In favor III the Danla girls foreign field MM Ida Wrlghtti Win and Mrs, Oeo. Wright BT OD PFFM/OltS

I TOil should bare seen our Whip The daubing "Whippet dashed RALLY The Odd Fellows' lodges" 0
Hiah 'In and keep the Flying HI I.EAG1
L'a pet flying. With the Whippet on to another victory Friday oven [GIVEN Bf mnrid fTOVERally ,AT trKFILt HOMEMembera Homestead and Coconut Drove hold!
Ins when they met the Danla Bull a Joint Installation of Officers*
day at the Whit atone '
I acting like regular speed demons *f the Hl-I>aiu* of the
Dog her*. Th B quad played i Church was observed Sunday with Tuesday night at Homestead, with
and the Ll flying high and low Church
until within a few minute of the the following program? Whit Stone Methodist Ira Barnes, district deputy grandmaster ]
we had a fa.t speedy tarn, with half when Coach McGuire cent his Player. Francisco Fleltai; adIrena. were entertained by Mary McKel of the Coconut Grove lodgIn
Homestead always Just a notch
ahead. However It took our wide A squad on the court At the '"international Sunday School and Evelyn Booth with a "lick,," charge. I
Urn of the A equad' going In tin The local officers Installed 'II'
Lessons Rev L. E. Wright violin
I awake Whippet on the job every : party at the torn of Mr and hire.J.
score wa t-l In favor of Daala. solo Dr. Herbert Wolfe noble grand, Jason Avery vice
moment to kp ahead M Lauderdale : A. McNelll, oa N. E. Sixth at..t. '
1 I seemed bent carrying horn In a few minute the score ,,,.. Hra Clint Pepper: song, primary] Wednesday night. grand, Henry Brooker: secretary,,
en and mad I). Wolfel, treasurer E. A?
tied Canla pair one ind beglnper classes; talk Mia Harry
a victory.! Much to our joy andnych Indoor gamea and conteat fur'nlshed
point after the placing of the Amen Buchanan! right supporter et
Laudsrdale'a Cither Livingston; talk, Carl Two*- amusement for the memberspresent
) I* sorrow ourt against them The game "Tee No" claaa noble grand E. A. Ennlsj left supporter
dolt: song or ; who were: Wlnnl Connor .
speedy Whippets was by one point.
ended with Homestead the vlctera of noble grand. R. C. ) ..
The same ended 11-11. with the ,I 'tAlk Joe Burton Br.t soot ton- Elisabeth Ctpllnger, MaryBell
warden E. E. Bailey; conductor -
ll-l. Clurg
teat department of the BundaychooL ;
Homesteader* yelling loudly. Olbba, Mary Bradley, Thelma
Faculty to Play H. L. Cheynsy\ ; Outside]
our Rhodes, Ruby Le Groover, Estclle
If you have kept n with '
The faculty I* going to gel rip guardian, C. P. Orlnold.
game) rod know that Friday, Jan.t Everyone wanted to b* a child, Booth, Charlotte Roberta, Lola Con
a team I* play our achool .team* when after the lat number an tb.p'O..III. Jeanie -
w* played Lemon City ltd won .. nor Cora Mae Groover, '
Can you feature that Oh'yeasay. rally day button, badge OLD FASHION'FJ) CONCERT
by Oat point; and then to bar Robert. Bu4 Oldlof EvelynBooth. !
this game with Laudrdal *o sing you'll be there It we'll Just U. books, "ala-wheela," and tin crick- Mary MeNolll, Jamea Olbba, IS GIVEN IX REDLAXD .

flat nearly finished ... Mr. Mo- nounc the date. no matter .It It eta were. given all the girl and Bill Henn. Albert Reltx l John Mof- The old fashioned concert, given
coat a dollar? That' good W* boy* of the Sunday school, Inolud- B Kedland,'
Qulr says that he has lost several fett James Redd. i Ovrday; Monday night at the
year of hi* life on aooount *f It need;. pone money W* are uM, tng' Bill, Rheney. K 8. Capllnfer. Alvin Simmons, Robert Rohrer and school auditorium by.:membera olhe "v

rod that statement w* all Mr**.' that would be worth almost aiy Paul Russell gpervloed'HOdsolt, L. Andy Gibbs4H BIlIa4IIaohool:;: Class: ;'

expresses our sentiments to a "t" amount B. Wrlth and other. Of the Whit Stone Church offer
OoMtlWr We'll let you In on a s.cret.'too.The Mr*. M. a Boulwar told of her CLUB PLANS .d everyone his favorite oldlm
last report were th atVN. experience In Porto Rico at the
w* cold last Thursdaymorning FOR EXHIBITAt song.
Hill know her) 'is going t.
(you regular meeting'ofthe
when we trawled out of Mrs. J E. Davis Mrs. Clint Mil "
ot tile Homestead4I
bed? W* Imagine you had the jump center. Won't Who alreal vague Sunday afternoon .t t:It, a meeting I.,. :Mrs. Joe Ring; Mrs {dew ;
came aenaatlon w* did when your game T W* are also going if till and at the meeting of the HI- Club the girl sowed on their Webb Henri Wright Dar Williams :
you who I* to be running eondon.t League at t o'clock.At apron and prise were awarded .
feet touched the floor W* weren'tcold and George Ranson" took
Martha Close and Marjorie Redd
tell, though. It's going to the evening' church service
I It was past being inertly be Mr*.. Beott. I1h.'. the one,that Ml** Senate Lobdell united with lot the best work Plan were loading part grateful .
la Tho class. I* specially
mid and at w* earth make a typewriter talk ......, the church by certificate.. mad for the exhibit at the Fruit
Webster book w* cannot find a to Mrs. Bev Wb who .
To Men to tile click of her Jjrp*- Festival
word that adequately expresses It. Monday afternoon to fill a vacancy -
3 writer one would think" *o, GARDEN (' .fn TO MEET Those present worst Dorothy the ;
Not even In bin extensive vocabulary1 f ', causedby Illness ol on* of |
Bykea, Alll Rltcb Helen Steffanl.
The faculty had announoad that AT HOTEL sEMnrou .
word ......
did b* bar Sun the
its color will be black and blue The member at the Homestead Katherine Btetfanl, Ruby Carr

Wrapped bundled, enveloped.In Mr*. Walker I* reported to have Garden Club will meet Monday afternoon Martha Close, Naomi !Davis sthet USE MANGANESE
could lay .urr
ill tile cloth wa
aid, "If we don't wear our color.when at t o'clock at Mra Guests. Webb Era Belk Marjorie Redd.
hand upon w* arrived at the w* flnf go Into the ..m.. B. Joiner Hotel Bemlnolt. The i Evelyn: Mowry Lou Bell Orenellnon1 WANT ADS PAY
school house with chattering teeth, .
r ire will before It I* 0..1'" The' toped for the day will be "FI.rlda'' Little and 11'... V. M
red Doe and hand like two
student body I* patiently waiting ]Fruit and Vegetable and Their Oreneil.DRAMATIC.
chunk of lee Next w* stepped
t see our beloved faculty "black "
I uUlvafSon.
Into our room which were Uk*
and blue." Interested la Invited to CTCB GIVES
Everyone Seminole Theater
,. hue compartment of an tea box.
Review Week Coining ttend DANCE rt CLLBROtSB
We thought seriously of going Into
theo stores* bualnrea This. week I* review. week, andIt The Fro and Easy Club composed SATURDAY, 3UT. S4

At tengtb after several Miser. certainly would nave been funny Tire Senior League of the Whit of members *t the Dramatic Lope Voles In /,
(o sea the atUdenta coming to clap Stone Methodist Church had aparty Art Club enjoyed a dance at the
huddled togetheiwith
able hour sitting
our thought more on the pro. with paper and pencil trying' to Wednesday night at the home Homestead Woman'* Club last Friday "THE STORM"A .

neon of reeling than *n inch Insignificant get enough Information and knowl- .t Mine Mary William. night Northwestern Melodrama

thing a* reading, writ. edit to pass the first temeiter* ThOM present were Miss Eloise "dded- "'rhe Jade Box" fourth I

Ing and arithmetic<< the glad newmm work. W* tan't Imagine moat of Mr. and Mr.. W. K. Walton will Bradley Miss' Lot Beam Miss; eTilBOfle. A 8no..kum Talking

from Miami that achool w*' the students pouring over notebooks entertain member of 'tho Comu Nancy Boyer Elbert Froscher Bob Comedy and OcwMd Rabbit

llsmiaaed for the day trying to "cram" for the Club at a bridge party at their I Boyer, Roy Haines, Douglass Rosslle Cartoon,

That message wrought havoc wave of exam next wek. home tonight BIU Morris, and Allan Neal

e Vie- were *a thrilled and did no Jllrh II irattpcning -- seX. and MO s., ".''LV. aj.Tlw .
The Homestead High Dramatis
much jumping up and down that Cuckoo are bm'k
Hub under the direction of Mrs. Annie Mayhew
w* got "warm." (however, dOIl't Inert \\lirrlvr. and noM W onl...1 .i
HoQuIr has work
begun on two1
breath It to a soul or you'll get Graduate) Oberllai Onweiralory and Royal Conservatory of LdpdgPIANOFORTE
i In Dutch) play, "he Florlut' Shop," end "Half Shot at Sunrise'with .
ue I In..II.nd
% Oa the) Rnrk Pile fluppreewd Oealre. W* are AND THEORY Dorothy Lee and the greateat r

dismissed lath anxiously awaiting the night. of comedy caat ever assembled: ;
Before w* were
I Road. Near IMsrayno Drive Phone) 1U.
I IlIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllmmlllllllrmmllnllmmUhllll1
day )I.. Bornmer railed e on rage Bight) Added W C Field Talking ;

abort assembly for the purpose of Comedy and Humanett Cartoon

making an Important announcement ( {IIIl11l11mIl(( llllllllltnllnmll/ll"IIUJIII1111/ ? 11 UJUIIIJIIII L .

Well bet Our hut dlmo that = TIES and Ul.1: ., 4AX.: IT-iH ,10/t'

you cent goer what he Informed ELBERT IIUBBARD "HER MAN" (' '

e/ age !. a tw inert mln\rte It sees ".,.. own wtm 'I* afraid of betel Helen Twehretremi" M a" '
1b.... Believe ." thlathla" Isa .
just 3
wiwg- once fca a whim win Mayrtght e orler Rambran Ricardo CerjeaPhiitlps
|>Je.ty. Its ._1\.10 make the 3. where lilt 1116"' .
f.THERE = Hotmr !III.. i *nyphtannrt I'with
bravest reef kinds weak away dow.aInatd a .' = .: '.. == .. .
a.4 the atr'angett feet a *>a In 1 ? ....

WId' these...rte hM1. blot drat.. I\. ,ale totuh,ad.:therm _aj c ,&TaciOWl.\eourtasj; .j = 'Added: '"U'beHIW.f .a Path.
.. VsWo r
1 MulflKl'Om os :
..JI1ed,.anmauana*!.....aUiu Ur.t ; about a.ceremony conducted by us that is.wcrthyT ..;, /1 .ft.ijL.*

a Kato to the future w.uldl hay t* i== ot orisi del1tion. } >. 1 Tttrlleit.-a" FKI !.tKX.Swectiiearte'On 21.11 ljf" .
May a. glw teogib.,.f< tints '" \1 ii
*cho l. Taut ten't *. pal yon after: ? ". = I t\1II.---.r slaw two end libef+ agirial

H* dlda-'t sal ,.".Ioa<<'. : : 1 r ,,

the time 'wilt. .* "* W'd .r nwybe j I Turner Funeral Home .,Parade; .

tripled. Wh knows' Walt': You and LAFFH, LAPPS, LAFFSI'
MUII'\*.rd WI yet One school : FLORIDA LICENSED EMBALMER. HO, aft I IJ. with .A.1J.'Whlte. Lloyd Hughe 'to

ground are .Is need ..f Improven : *-.**.Asjibuhmoo Invites Jaauarr I*, long,: 1 Marl Prvot JCenneth Thowo.on 'f'

.nt *0 In addition M remaining : Flowcn Bills, BowMMewd Phone ...-...Day or,.%*.- .
after school the guilty One la I'l, :i 1 Added! Tuxedo Talking Comedy -

lowed the JW"" apart Of "JIe1t : mad Mickey Mouse Cartioa.r

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':' '">:A1.'h1U'SdayJ'anuary 2,'J93L ____ ____THE HOMESTEAD .LEADER I' .".p.qeSomt .:

I Rahale. Ibe sheer .bs.eae gp.IW'I
by the death of hU tnothutK .
'I H. Kanen, who aetttod In Rut CLASSIFIED ADS
In. and Ground !I land m" 1JQJ tail. moved In 1111 to III

Red-land RATE First laeerUon hoe allnei eulwqueat Ineertlooa,
IT.... r loalle*
Homestead __.... '. 'I

WANTED FOKD TRUCK---One ton lose 'see
I tor, stake body. "" IlMtviMHedland. "
Mr. and Mr liilimt till: of
WANTED to bur twd-rvon feral.tore. .
Dale In*, with their dauchfcw
Mr*.. A. C. Deputy returned Oil Installation ot Coolui Relwkah Toes. Hud Alice Lorraine, arrived 'Wait be In good condition
and for rOH RAUG-Fine big King aneprnsin
cheap OMB. 't A. r.
the train Bandar afternoon from"OluDlblat1eL lodge and Hatchle Odd Fellow1lodge Sunday evening to vtolt Mr. Ellle1untsle
i' Kent a, Box 26. Homestead do*. Lee Bobbin 1v
She ha* bee In Fort Lauderdale Saturday .: and aunt, the Rev and Mra
there for'els weeks with her nightR. X W. Johnson, till the tint .fMivch. ru. (pi IDWANTBIt tinted ray* Florida city\

mother Wra. H. L. Bailey wh B Asplay will arrive the lint They made the trip south -KKinquat* and our
has been critically in Mr of next wok to take a position In three day* b y automobile. oranges. Any quantity Uoalt'l FOR EXCHANGE
Bailey' condition I* much Ira with Hector supply Company her Groves.. ($
proved. i a* salesman for the Frrlne-Key Judge and )I.*. Teniard DeWolfof WILL TRADE nice modem. .. rotes
Little Billy McKlnMry was eerlouyly Largo territory. Be come from rut.bur,h. are now living at bungalow for a good -ar Writ*
burned about the face Sunday Miami, where he has been connected I (Continued OB. Fi Eight) FOR SALE Poll nit. Button A. k
afternoon when he lit atnatc with the Hector Supply Company '
FOIL KALE-l-Burner OH Wove
ned" mowing machine tank for several
good condition practically
which WM filled with ineollne.The i Mr*, J. J... Ballard' wee brought 0H-TKSTIMONIALS II''. fit.09. lira. T. C. Sulfert .
and the
;'10 gasoline caught home last week from a Miami hoe I 14 N. W. Fourth 8tret 11.... RENT: Nte* roomy well fur,
,. flames darted up in bin tace.Mre. pita I ,,'her she bad had her tonsils ntehed apartment I.lghtwMnfurulahed. >
VT. B. Crow of Homestead removed; I WILL BELL OH TRADE for prop.' ,U. month Ah*
and )II''.and Mr. D K. Barter of Mia Murphy arty In Georgia, Alabama or Ten. comfortable bedrooms al libl.*
Oouldi left Monday night by automobile Myrtle returned n.... II good I-B room booms weekly Rate right. Mr..h.oo.Lawrence ..
tor Umatllla ria where Sunday from Ocala where. she had In good location In colored town.i iAU..1I'o4 Moffett Apt. MI* b
the Mashers will vllllt')1.... tlaeher'. first been of visiting October.relative since the and ceUad. I aIM, block welt city hall. *l.t|,
parents and Mra. Crow will visit. have two good houses In white
Mr* M. A. Btrout, Mr.' Crow. The. facuity-irrub team game I Motion Writ. Box 1171. Station
moths!. )I.... trout will return ahlch- was lit for Wedaeiiday aft A.FOIL. MISCELLANEOUSMtTLB
with them Friday, and will spend el'lOOI.a.* postponed Indetlnllely -
ome" time in Homestead. because the cold weather It \LB-J can spare a few I ARDEJtJNotllew. -.-8ce .Mete.
will probably' be played 1I'lIt..II. I Ml. I Ideal breeding rocker*)*, big ., II .. WI'd Av*. MHt.
her daughter
Xra. J. R. Daniel
and D. Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Cameron1 hare' husky fellow Pure 1\bit.. 1*
Ml* Kathleen Diploli. ,a* visitors their daughter, Mr J. month old. From dams with CUSTOM: HATC1HNO-Lirg* aapailty. -,
E. Fetter, all of Miami, were 'M. Young and her friend Mrs.Cora .I high production record Price IS for tray offs .*...
caller at the homo of Mr. and Cantlong both of Tarpon 110.00| I for $21.00. f P Mayor Itc for baby chick up t* 1 we.
Mr. D, F. l)end, last Binday. Springs They arrive Friday by UNDERTAKER Avocado Drive and Richard coedS old. IU per 100. HoroeM***,
Henry Wright ot Naranja ha automobile and plan to spend a'' mile went of Kromo A.... Hatchery In the Growers iu *lr
accepted ay position >With P. I CRAVES, S_y i (1I-J1) < < ,
month ...... On a fishing trip| Store M* )
Franklin,-JDe. Saturday the visitors' caught II
Den 'Ia, Ferreya has opened his. fish and on another trip Monday, Rusco Brake Lining MURpirrs
new office on the second floor of they caught (I. has sure put a E. C. CHRONISTER
the Seminole theater building.Mr. Mr. and Mr*. Quo Hartaock of crimp in mr profession TRANSFER CO. I i
,. and Mra' Roy Wllllanuwn Chicago who, spent lat winter In and unless auto Roar a KcCtvry Made Plastering Contractort
.? and! baby arrived last week from H.m.at.adrlvd Sunday to spend Hauling of Every Deecrlptloa I' 1100 8.W. 111&1".11 alt .
East BL Louis) to make their home the rest of tha winter her at the drivers start using Prompt Service Phone lll-R 8orae.teai. FU. ).
la Naranja. home of Mr. and Mr.. Roy Mathew other varieties, I'll ,;
Mr. and Mr. Barney Doeberly *. When Mr. Hanock first, hare to shut up -
and 'f rrtlly earn to Naranja lat cam* to Homestead he was an Invalid Even in
week U make their. home.. Buffering from neurltle when I shop. rainy
'" Mra, Ida Wright of Indianapolis. he left last spring, be was weather, nothing in* NURSERY TREES
'!Dd_.";.b*..arrived to-,spend the winter tlcally a-well man Friend It-resting in the war aim. Avocado, Royal Ialm aaxl othcrg
f, l*>..H...... ..ZIbe la eta lni tribute tile our to Florida. 'at-I of casualties is now l
aiithe.xXImphrey House. bine. I Jungle Grove :
taking place.
<> The Mere Chandler Btlth, pastor A. 8. Claf who baa replaced f Itodiaad Road awl Mummer Drive, Redland. I"W.. I
ol the Orango Glade Church: In W. Coleman M reprmwnlatlv A.// -,
Miami we In town lat Thursday he Farm Loan Bank of
visiting. hla'former teacher the 8. C., WM In Homestead W.dn.4a .
H.".. C. N. Walker. ,. RUSCOBRAKE
M.... O B. Perker'mother, Mr.*. Friends of x.... Henry Neyl G. R. Oldendorf & Co. :
W. M. Connolly, who has been here bare received word thai .ah* .I* ,
visiting Mr*. Parker for several pending several week In "Waco
months, left Saturday farbar Tees. visiting her mother.. )II'''' ',
Tiome In Jemup, Ga. Oman Wynne.
The'.,rlol1ltu..* oIa_., Of both Mr.:an*Mr.* P. B. Bird and their LININGMOORE'S PLUMBINGt;
the*-e..nlor and the junior high eon Preston, JTr, left Sunday for
mhoot hive been letting out larktipor Auguita, O.., In response to' a telegram
,- plant thl. week, Mr. UP. Informing them of the *crou -
.*Walker gave the eohoole 11".r.I.Jundr.d'o Illness ot Mr. Bird' mother. OF ALL KINDS .
'. the plant Mr. A. L,' Atklneon Of that city.
)lr.' and Mr*. John Graven of MIN and Mr* George De...... Miss GARAGECor.
..:JfUml,pcnt. the week-nd In Ruth- Tldwell.. Milo Zella.. Sharp All work guaranteed. i
: Ifomeetaad visiting )Ira. Grave' Mine Bodll KOM and Miss Elisabeth Flagler Ave. andS. I
: of Redland. attended -
parents Mr and Mr* DstrMr Koberta alt
i. .amlik ar:' 4b. first concert ft the E.. Second, St. Phone write or call In person :
aoVWr H. B. BeatM' 101.... Whit Temple, given In. .;Miami HOMESTEAD i
Cora Bell Orlnold and Claus Monday night 101 North Krorne Ave. Phone 563-11,
Orlnold were guests at the Joint i J. B Close left Tuesday for Wau-

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Page Eight ,.. ""' THE HOMESTEAD: LEADER Thursday, January 22, 1931.

Mr' *. M d Trary *f Cutler a..d Orange Blossom Event ciety *f the Rodtend Community are being offered till year. .
her 4aahtet Mir IIft"n. visited At the Rotary luncheon the fol '
IN AND AROIIND Church. Opposite the community 1
Mr, Ma BchweUaer and Mr Haa Bluest .Day Yet fruit exhibit I* the vegetable ex' lowing. day. George It. Hilly, puttHr.ly .
John Rohrer Wednesday.SCHOOL rtr-T 01 rector tit the Florida Power
HOMESTEADContinued ; Films Pratt .- III11U armnted by County Agent and I.drllt: Cos and a I, JMosebsew 'Iier.
NOTES Bert 4-B club exhibit et.Hve c. & Knftanl and big Boy1 Clua Industrial engineer of tho +Jf e

,. ,........ ..-.-- .... "'' article by at leant three girl: 1. Adjoining It I* the boot of the firm told Of H* poealbUtti for
( From Pan, Seven) ( oDUDutt4 From ..... i1..o First year Bedland achool-Dorl. Florida Power and Ught 0*., where developing Florida, _areell/
these ..'onull..., WJaeIt Ruby Nelll Wannlta Thomp- electrIC refrigerators and electric Later In the afternoon )lr. Hilly
Hato .PaJomar Dan the horn. *f UpMrs. Report card came out this week sons .. Third year. lUdland school cooking utensils are on tftoplay was the speaker on the Orange
Weber the formeiMlM Bad yon aboula haw board thegroans. Henrietta MoOlamery. Next 1* the Ilere-Roeb.uck A Co. Festival program
Florence Uetmaa, and ki tome of didn't that booth .
u* ct Where a beauty tarpert dem.onMrat
son, Richard, **m.. Friday from Special (not Inrluded to prem- J .,
A that we tad to have to be exempt ** beauty aid..
hum Will t, Bodll Kocel 7th CHURCH NOTICES
their hem In Vr Beach t* open Worse tuckl yrI Outside I nth clubhouse I
.. -. K Eedland (crochet rag). yard are
a few week with Mrs 1A1. ., Our eenlor girl are Inflicting booth ot the Gulf Refining Co. '
fath**, (bo Rev B I. German pain upon the student body assist Special (not In premium list): Dan Robert and V, B. -Boberr BAPTIST rumen J
Mr and MM 811410n of Chicago InjU BrnJt* took chart ot the 1, lira. J. I. CMtellow (papaya), When the Homestead tlona told, Jan. 15-Motning sermon The ;
and their two MM visited Mr*. J. tenth grade horn economic claw ,Special feet In premium Uti (belt luncheon meeting at the True Vlnei" evening e rmoAiKrtend I
Milton Leach Friday afternoon Monday, /hd what a time we had i 1. Mr: *. J.' 0. Mulllfl (jelly). Orange Festival Tuecday Piln \- *." ,
They plan to visit Cub and varlou* (We would all b* poisoned It we Ton Arles winner that belong pal U B. fionmen of the Homestead Prayer service Wednesday even.
Florida cttle but to spend meet e( listened to her method "f eooklac) t. tile nedland Horn Demonetra- and Florida City schools wa tog at T:I*. Tho' chapter for Blbfe

the winter In Mitral. Then on Tuesday Bernice McFwen lon Club ares Mrs Oaodaon, Mr. the ....ker. He told of the effort study 4* Isaiah if.PRESBYTL'nIAHCllt.
Mr. and Mm. James MeVey o f took eharre of a* eighth grade ar- Camp )I,.. Caatollow, Mr Mahan. tat I. being Made U Homestead ,
Detroit who are spending Ira 11'111-1 rlcnljure cine In the absence oMr < Mre Mullin, Mr, Oowraan, Mr. to arrange a curriculum that will Jan II-Sermon flplot "The
tar In Corn Cabin were Tuedy *. Walker and she Wan't any: !:Elder Mr*. Peterson, Mr*. Carterand suit the .needs of the boy .04.lirl U the World1 The annnal tnlaelonary -
dinner guests *f Mr*. H Carroll. better II a teacher than wen AaHa Mrs, Surnbam. who will remain at homo, on the offering WIll be received
M,. and MFC O. R Scott ei( Alvin Simmons wa* the honored Winner from the Homestead arm air grove, a* well a* the boy The sob will be eupt by Mr*. Brenner -
Windsor, Ontario were guet at member of the 'senior clams thl* club art. Mr*.. LInk Mm, M u.. and gin who art going off to *olego > with: Ml e Sadie Murray as
the horn at Mrs. B. Carroll Sun eek. a* he had the privilege Of man, Mr. Broekett Mr. Fred He ctttd the courses In manual : pianist
day, They are planning to spend attending the Lion luncheon Redd. Mr* King and Mine. Fratt. training, auto mechanic, do
the winter In Miami The girl' physical *ductlonla All community and clutt *.- mestlc aclenc and business that I USE MANGANESE i
The Ladl**' Aid ct the Community **** have begun playing bass Iblt* are inside the clubhouse On ..
Church will have a food sale balL We enjoy It very much ai a the right a*'on*-*ntr* the building ,
In front ot the Nation' store Rat-' .haot*. The seniors, under' th* I* the booth ot'the Silver palm .t
order, 1... 14.Mra management ef Carolyn Anderson,. Cltr6. Grower Association; neat KODAK DEVELOPING
Blanch Chapman and son, the other clateeeWe .,
have challenged hat of the Ridland Tropical Candy
Frtd. were guests at the home 'of hop M have same game* pee' C., with its display of fudge, candied bead your developing and printing by malL QnH'k service
Mr. And Mra Cecil Johneon of and see the dignified eealore lose fruit peel and jellies next the add the bed flnfchlnc. Tea cents for devdoplng five venM ;

Miami SundayMr. some of their dlmiltyIn edland community fruit booth for print any ....
1 and Mra. J. 8. Cavil pent the Cicero times the letter* containing citrus fruit, 'banana trio Sate eal.rgeu.ent from your beet fOra FRESh with
1 the wek-nd at the horn ot their 0' Pliny ar being trnItd W ear....* and all other tropical very who toll of ftImLKodak
wm-ln-Iaw daughter, Mr. and
and are noylng them very much. Th fruits grown in the Radiand area. ,
Mr, A. B. Laugham, In lelamorado
letter Pliny wrote m "aontm" w* Out In the dining room are ea. :
+ Most ot their time flanInf. Enlarging Studio
wa spent
amusing a*
found to b* especially imbue ot the Heme Demonstration I
Mr*. I.x>uirhamend her buh.
Pliny had a unique way of hunt.: Clubs) of Redland Homeitead."rlneeton 1
Miami Florida P. O. Box 2215
tar ar* vklUng at the Caves borne Waited ,
In,. He eat on a log and and Perrlne and theneedlework I'I- !
this we.k.
for the game to be rounded up of the Ladle1 Aid So
Mr. and Mr*. B. Farnham of ho was waitIng -i
wild n u. and while
1 New Haven, Conn. who ar* pending writing W
his Urn
he event t
the Inter In Miami, and Mr. -
are wondering it that I* the way
and Mr. A. M. Farnharo, alao of Homestead
some ot our famous
New Haven, who arrived In Miami
unter hunt and It eltttnr on a
Saturday morning. were Sunday !
for 1* the reason why they do not
guests at the Hubert Potter horn return with more game than they
Wm. Herbs and his brother ot

IBlkln W. Va., are at the borne 40.W* have begun making pouter, I' ,
at Mr and Mr*. J, H. Simmons
booklets, .tc.. for the annual Fruit '

for MU a week.Abby Pease and' friends Mr. and la .Festival a have exhibit.been quit, The trlenc original olaa and Co1Si ems these outChevrolet

Mra. David Look visited
have named the author of their

Miami Mr and Tueaday.1\r. Chen Verona of booklet "Scribble and Scratch" \' .

Stamford.' Con.. and their **n.Joeeph. oncnnsTiu TO PLAT FKIDAV "r. values f
who are pending the win.
A to-plec orchestra from
ter In Florida, arrived Wedneadayto Princeton Naaaren (Church win .. ,
+ visit& with Mr and Mi.. Anthony

aeronlmo. atw day give faaarln a musicale tabernacle la the Friday Homestead"even- :=- ._. ...510 =--_. .' ;;
Fred Helpln and Kidney Buemannol -
will begin atSO" r
Conn. and Mr Walker ng The program 'n. '
Bt mford. 0.473 t .. $54 r
ot Qreeneburg, N C. were Sundaytuent :
of Vr aid Mr. Anthony =- .49lS == ': '
S _. -_ ..
aeronlmo t "
Mr. and Mr. Manuel Smith and PP '
\fr*. H. J Several .. _.. ..M3 ... .'G3:; r
day laet wh od through ) ..
t Melbourne. Mt. Dora tk Wale gR :'de..e.650L

tad the Lake Okeechobe Motion. WHYALLSTATE : ...........eanew.ga'.Rad...'.a.e.twb1neb.ae.
M,*. R. Shepherd and Mre J ,
M Dobbin went Sunday afternoonto
Miami to attend a missionary IIe
,illlano meeting and 'returnedWednesday i _
Mr end Urn Boyd Cohernour.
WIN Jeaele Freeman and Mr. t> Tires Lead In Sales .

A. Kenlniwr were .u.*.. It an .Inr
Direct to Ute ,
formal jilnodile part at tile home
Daiwa Investing yon money lit a BW *mt*-
o( Mr*. Lucy Clinton JThuredajf
evening. 1:TOUGHER TREAD mobOe, yea win And It worth while brat to
M,. and Mr*. Boyd Cohernourand 2. STRONGER CORD ,
Bob Burquln Spent Sunday leaner what Ovevrolet bas t* flee. ;\
nt Miami Beach 3.' THICKER TREAD

4: MORE MATERIAL Each of the BB* nw annilii* U a fiat ear-a

5. MORE CORDS quality product thr u
666 built talalMd and equipped to ataauhtd that I y.

an entirely new la the lorrla field. Yet :
Vun tokks H.eiaa.lB.., IVve ClMrrrelet' reduced pylons are not Only the "

66 6 SALVE I! lowest la Chevrolet bUuvy, but are amoac ,e I :

29 x 4.tOBALLPON the very Umeet In. today** mXor car market.G ,. .

( > .. ... "See 1M awesclevvoi.tIlls.; Drive... 3 !Et tt i
Awsltwra/CS.w.bedi.Aat." -
Free Tire Mounting I :deck the ptleo-an4 fern wffl ieallao why: '
IKUMITFJ CCARANTU2 I b called &Iw CM;** ..--.... fob. i.jIII i

I Buy a Pair of Tires at our''new '' } ,' II'II''t
/. '. .t\ ,
low prices, now effective -! ... ,.

29 x 4.40 Balloon, :$ '':- "', "

B.L-$9.86: :l --- =: See Tear denier below : ':

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and 13th St .
Biscayne Bird AUO CULMS IN CMtvUOLaT WX. TUKBCH tVUCMl .u* M tees I. e.'.. ".,.... .,UM.
Yotneae.ad, Pbvis 101011 I Iy" Miami, Florida

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