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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 29, 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
 Record Information
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: UF00087295:00140
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Succeeded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Leader-enterprise

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i PARK TO ADD I Homestead Boy to,', Represent Dade i TENTS UP CITY DEW '

I County on Owen Washington Trip j' "On .


5,000 AT ONCE I, Garland Wynn Homestead j fl'.I tt' ; < .\\v\ ,M.VPn '1' AS REDLMD DISTRICT GETS .

school student I, the boy who fIll: WeW'h' > b 11'uuh4ba will behold .
:. represent pods County on the Rtrth f'Vt(it VMirVElfafh-T/ '.

I Bryan Owen trip -to WaaMndftn. Wont <*. *ftV t'lr* grins ttfaaking'

r TO DISTRICT t>. C, according to word received ton laat spar and lhqa hJeb ay tf.t"1fo READY FOR OPENING! PARADE "

by Principal U Zb flolnnierii' this' ,....,. Thlt yr q'a oohed utotbfoesOOh0
atterR4on10 girl' 'choiwn r''rtxti did not gvt, 10' lo'nakVth trip .
'f Ponce de Leon Hick. Tie wlnttemwere mill bo Invjted alaOf,, --

a, Guards Wardens, Helper drawn by lot from the oanrtl-' Ma| Ethel Hooka, f ao aboeba IIKPORf t"Nnltlf'IM) 'March of Schools to Begin

And Familie Said date 0' the** senior hl_H achvvtaf oiHrttandlnjf ',' rI1tt Ia s* of tllHome.t. at 1:30: p. m. Monday
the .,Ounl(. ., I ... 'edhoot. ){.**- stable Dr. J. A. ....>(iwoukl tcmlght
That Many'T.XVINGS9'oN 'On Krome Aver
Aecordlncto Mrs, Owei.e0rt.11 Anderson and Burton draBam were aot wriry rrjiort that
thai students In each enlor tigh: voted nedlanj High ''''">01'1 best!, tJwh.-... Isis too .. last

TELLS school |n At|e, It: conntl..;ih-yr The qualities to ho roneldeeed. la FrItlay light l owl mole 1.",. FREE FRUIT TO BE

1 OF SIGNIFICANCE: district select fHrea faoya .lIe three' "taking tbo ..lect \a' **rae folOW |..... awl H ion Crams In Uwtn. GIVEN: TO VISITORS

.' } girls. who .ar. utataindlnt "tell- } .I .."Sj i* -('{ 'h \'* wily MM l,.lr> i>r .

!; 'S ci rt>+Gyor.. Describes Area one," The School faculty aelecta, t. ftopendab/llty'.o; {Mntualitf, Soirees, and M was m cold Ma. To Built)l Platform' for
from theme o'4 but and me JIM ttrfthfulneaa, loyaltyand jolt control atpta that I Sit" in *b--P
Proposed for National to represent the Klioot., final es', -> said nisi AiMor, Park Plan Dancing

'Tropic Reserve '-<<:ttoll- .f the two to>... tire trip f. Bervl_eo-ddprattos( our'- l"nien ecwroeti equally we* in.Big Tent

; la made by 'the .*t>unt),(, Iflparntt.II iy and reaped for pVopef, authorIt apon lhk\ howv., M km beentwtabUHhed -
.1' Butnbtlehment. Everglades ...ht and fOJ1 ot'bollrd fI'Ol1t ,' ? and right ef o,her., -. ,, not nit tint the Tho lU RedJfnd Maflct r.
National1 TM-k, whose yea tvra repreaentatlraa'of a/1 the senior /"1. Leadership -* imagination, original rrimrt IMM inra biHh : la till U>fl.i+; n ptotuni or
bottndary'Will be only a few :mllei high schools of fb* county. I I ".'", ,,nd -of good will, reapert of that Tr fIt"tlt N' .".... thcA lm' l\n'llon.. 'Chi (fret W. t 'it

I to the west of Florida City, Homo- The I* young people will betaken Other and the "bent" I* lead. IMln' of pease, woad rip this tfteraOona folio '-n,

Mend and Radiated, will" mean an by lire.. Owen to Waahtnfton I j I 4, Patriotism Intereat .R4. "' y.p'setl/w'allhe I'ram, irk
y I Immediate> Increase ot about ...tOOt for a week ot Night seeing and< pride n t II col.. altshd r th.It" M fo& H n.. pl""*-.
PRIZES
jllp M *aldenta In. thIn < emily 6s sovornment. trth l< ;' n R 11titC II014I AS Mid fir the i>ntr.nr. ends HI.- ..
) ,jfr the opinion ol to be made t'h\lIIt; ,! Jt. 't!'4TOMATO t :! t'I..("( spa ot green pine branches 11.11)114'

::4. tt p' 11' 'l1 j'nstneeq' olol t STARTS COLONYIN from each aide of the entran' -
.
\ Jf .tiltD 119 pokI' lo the Tomorrow a platform for ii h'-
""i e''ltbm : Jacobsen ,
mfr Tuesday JUICE "bog will be contracted In the ->ij
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R1ftf of the proposed ALADDIN CITY daces platpriu( was ' rack to the district and to the natk thorlaedat a meeting e( the <"V < I-
PLANT :
>rt. HERE ISOHIOAN'S I 8. C. JacobaeiC-tathor; :' Of M. DJacobaen her of'Commerce' directors i.".]

p, The park will necessitate. the .mJitdymfnt ot Homestead. died Wed Nucleus Formed by Winners real He I commhleo memb.'re '1'10'0-

of from 1,100 to l.jootnen PLANWm. Ineeday morning al his home In of National .*)'. The park plan or e.. n> i '11
ao guards, wardens and Work- a dance will be lit effect, and d l < ""-
era. Mr. Livingston aald. With I MiamI Funeral lervloro wilt be Contestfour twill be held nightly.Homeatoad .

their famlllea they will easily bring held at 18 a. m. Friday morning .
Eich Finds Home- already wears a f-
on Increase of 6.000 Inhabltanta otto In Woodlawn Cemetery. Miami. winter residents wen
live thaaka to the b.ntllJ.I-
air.
: this eMtlon, he pointed out-nan'd." stead Ideal Winter Mr. whet brou'hti-co' the Redland District
Jacobaen was 74 yean nated to'the IJona Club and loam 4
,Ii:' lie added "5,000 people can aup- Source of Jhrlirtmaa' when )lr. and Mrs Joaeph ,
SupplyIn theitito the Chamber of < 'o iMeroe -
old survived the death of bib wlfoloulae by
)tort T* mercantile ..tobll.hm.nto.h A. Vowed of Marlboro Man: Fruit Poatlval. fluetieee
the -
1, Besides tbo Increase U resident barely five months Heleavea arrived to take possession of a allroom houeee for decorated are paying

population, there la the trade that addition to the two tomato In addlttoij to his eon \1Rom."d \ Spanish bungalow In Aladdin nominal sum which goes toO I

:XIII bo brought to The dlitrlct by earning factories It now haw Home three daughterai Mrs l City eight I inline northwest .lHomeatead a the *%non.. of two Piaatlvol.

limiters to"the Dark, the apeaker'aid. stead will have a tomato Juice '"W1I.can- M. .!>. Bow of Atlanta and the) which had been awarded The Fiatltal. Will be tOrtlollyopon.d
Ifs Hated that In 1110 there nine factory If the ftln".f Mlaaea Either and Olga Jaruheen them aa first prlae In- nationalcontest '
at 1:10: o'clock UOAiUy
Ham Eloh. 8 ndu ky, o., who
wen t.ltt.OOft visitors to the national of Miami. conducted by the 'r"-
afternoon when a pamdo Xt t>"'
spoke to the Homestead Rotary
parka In this and cut houeo manufacturer from
country Ftomeetoad
Club We4n.. .,. are earrled Outs The Electrical' Shop Kedland Olrtrlcfa Missal chit 1, 'ri
predicted thatthero would be COO0 ,- of which Aladdin City rots Its name.
Which M. D. Jaoobaen la pro. wilt start e t KVrhth street, ,,1
) vleltoVa every year to the EverUdea Sir. Etch: who came here to find prletor. was closed yesterday and Accompanying them were Mr. and'march south on Krum. B' ","H>
national Perk each otf out If hie company could be aaanred Mra. B. M. Harrison of Acton
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today on account of the father'edeath. ground N. X.
whom would star about ten dove of plenty of ripe, full-flavored to- 211...., who won'. realdonce lot In to the Festival at .
street and Krem nvi < tThroe -
In the Mate and spend approjltnately tnatoea for winter operation of aplant the same autxllvlalon aa Count Second ..
f achnole, fledlanj, Hinc -1
here, said that production
UO a 4&.blcll would i prlae.
Arrest Register and Florid City, will bo In tn..
required 'Ot the local plant would Put
mean total of uIeOO.080 a yea The second prli* In the rational '
1 parade and a prime of (It will >e
"Wan exceed Tit barrels and might run In Custody of Rives contest was a four-room bungalow
not bverkstimate
the to the room In each *<'114.)1
aa high .. 1.600 barrels of juiceto In Aladdin City, won by Mr., given
f imporu ee to this commanlty of .
-
'a y hlch. has the beet costume real I.
supply the winter demand. His B. Wells at North Troy, N. T.. who
the passage of the act which will Ernest Chagnon, orveeted In Teachera and students and d company, now operating la Ie wj has not arrived t* take puss
kuthorlie establishment ot the Miami, will be given 1 a hearing before yet room mothers are working hari, to
dusky, line been retting tt. Juice .....11. Each of the eight otherpriaea
parkMr.. Livingston declared.Th Justice of the leoro A. W make their reapecMvo rooms 1%.
from Tears and California but I I ,
freaaure, for the retabllah- Jones In Homestead Friday mornIng woo a residence lot In Aladdin beat In the parade.
)- anent of the pa-,k. Introduced Into moods a more reliable source. ofaupply on charges _f treavaMlna with City. In addition to the house W. E. Bh ney and W rll. Of-t.l-
the House of Repreaentatlvea by far winter production. The Intent to Meat stealing and retiming ana 'lot, Mr. lesson wall awarded I haM been pointed to autos -

:; (Cpntlnued on page tea) Jules .la now received In tans from an officer. Today he was hi round trip transportation expense vlao mo the parade at the achooUrrull
....tera aourcea of supply and
the himself and his
the custody *f flreen Riven orHomentead. to Aladdin 'Ctt, for ,.,
be given allay fr. to.W
that will
i Schools to>> Debate treated by a patented proeeN UpecUl deputy aliertff, wife.Mr .att".'. time
keeps It from _fa tin.. then bottled whom ha la chanted iHth. having Pagan and Mr. Ilnrrlebn are visitor at the '
) In Redland on Feb 7 and distributed by the TCIch! restated when Alvea attemptet to In the some block. They have arch and pyramid at tho.1-

firm. The tomato Juice la put ap arrest several mom ho found ta'fctng bought all the other iota In the I franc of the Faatlval grounds r ill
.h There will ;;: debate at the In container* ranging In capacity fruit from the X. W. .ho... Mock and will make 1>lrth4ay and be covered with oraageo, wRY th* '

fll1j". !9le ,
'if" tatht% Tebt, f. between the tt..t learnt bt the Holheatoad ounce bottle which la delivered: to trying. to r..lM bonds of MOfl. sited order to develop a congenial finer. )\1\1** ..*r. *VPOlnt i *

r( and tledland ,Wheel on the *ueJecl. ( .tI'.1! on Pago Three) at $180 for -eacV count by tho local winter tnloay about theln.Mr committee to obtain lonaiton af '
s 4 t'Reeolvedl! The I FOR Pen, tinned on Ff Three)
PreaentjtfirlVyetenj Juitloe of the p ei.. Pecan Owns time (if
!, '. Khonld Do Abolish<1/* Wi FlyweightChampionship At the Time *f tile attempted a* Inn at 0 Beetnn font road. Marlboro J V,

Jfyrtle .,toot: and William Bnon -| Manley arrant )fl. Rtvoa '.. unarmed and >> adjoining the famous townalia College Professor Ii,

of Jtedland School will argue of M. U.beorga the men reelated stud ...."" from bought by Henry: Ford aa a
,.; for the aCtlrtgative, and Dormice ; hi.... Enforcement officers throughout .reservation, for antique and b..t1.ee' Studying Nature IkrcMaurica
McBwea and H M. Cook, Jr., at Manley, a Member" of the the county have been on the rellca Mr. Harrison operate I __
Homertead wilt bays the negative .It gredoattng cane Of Homelead lookout for the men purr alnoe. the Mohawk neat on the Mohawk Mufranla, profeaaoc ol

I I.. On the aarao night Ethel Hooka nigh School! who la now with the remit that Oagnen was Trait 5t North Acton, Meyp biology at Homher'ri College 'n
and Bob Boyer of Hamaatead will enrolled ai a freshman at the Unto went down on suspicion yeaterday.Two .. built the that lnlatura gait codfne .Lakclahd, ha boon Ik Homeet'alaevirat

\'" take the fcfflrmathv jUd .of debate > reralty of MJaml. defeated Jlmmle negro women. were bound Maeaachueettav. weeks atttdylng the noJ aCMe
eathe aare aubjoo at Lemon Abraea, student of the Same School to court of crimes Wedneeday Went yeart Aladdin hoes oaU >tits end collecting i Nit her ;irluqi k

City school end Bodlt >cowl and and sate boxing eharmjiton Utye I vharged with stealing clothee from prison win b* two more -i-rooi tor tho college. Ho rI..Jlfrr i ni "'\
Burton Graham of thj RedWrid '. tn bout Saturday Bight another woman Spanish bungalows and two rest nk\\WM: hell Which aft .'-

school _IU take ..... negative Olds. That, Intakes him the flywe4gh i A welsh belonging to Win gene'* low In ''Aladdin City. O. tf.Hovorelgn tde\t\ its,In".o". M I... trOM Ie, "k

wins Ponoe, do Loon afhooU boning champion the unlverelty.! Ewlng: which was states when Mr.Ewlnra vreaident ot the readyVDot h ,,0. "

Thj l ''l Ill ,an* ,t'f)1ft the 111&."e repre- trotiaera were takes lit the (rouge company, warnodown "dt t'1I"'I""b oanma, tII- 'Itt.III
t .8"WORN ipehliait.! ib .N6.. .... dos Wa...e<'IB the match \.".lth 'epidemic OK pantateallna several several Sacks ego to look over,the Ovenb where he, Iro "NVr

ion .dlvlelan .of, too l' vereMy ot Oahtearnio-. February. {: weeks ago was rot un" to him. Aladdin ,City aubdtvMon which ke neeted with the ioveramentUit!
Florida for high *. _autwetghed Manley by Ile but Week by s Metro in Whoee pcaaeealon developed In the boom dayeef( fly aradlcat/on' iaov'mai l, .

.., ala yeato ....*.i It wea, ovnd, 1MI. Mral .-" ivRnf",dtrq tk4isua.r,. 'x"

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I mull .are whMl everybody
ation I mak Jok'o ..U wee rerounllnf. F'il.LbBCItYPancake

c .. in ipertencr to n friend. FORm
"I had II bit of hard luck com! I'I'ALL
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.time '1 Inc Ni >/; Jar' : A ? .n atiTjilt ,
lug at room Brighton the other < 14 OK ran-; WITH
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It IbO Win: "41 "r what It 9 bu 4n"M it profta-: i
dos," be (aid, "I ran Into a Unpi riHCIMKF" or TWO IU.G
q old plat plm f on may be.. (.m profit by governmental "( that so"' rail hi* eocillKlrrlend I KUS', Ik' fOll-ON IN IM11 ZSc
I soul book in that
1..e.: ., I counsel In big perplexltlea. grately Wat there an) t'RtfCKAOF..
do eiot turn IIbr -
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cheese In itExchange.Seminole:
book tt the librarian. but when a modern mother looks
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Honu ar a* lometlneii ..a".n..1 I about hlnitonfor aclcntlflc ad DATES, 2 lb. package __ _ 25c
th mi* of her vie. the I* puailed
.a on
tit, library w located on 1I..hoo"1 I That 1* why RepreuentatlveRutb. Theater SALMON, Pink, 2 tall cans ._ 25c
.lilt writer of Veeond. Bryan Owen, daughter of the Oral
W nd Krome nvinu And for ,Commoner, wishes to creel In the RAISINS, Seedless, 2 lb. pkg. 18c
IVceident cabinet a department nun.'''. JAM AUV SO
Ih prevent the hour noted abovew111
be ibeerved. I of horn and child on a parity willarrlrulture Pen among the ,obe and their. RUMFORDlb.cans _. . 28cCHIPSOJarpre
labor, and KlrtalSweethearts
Well 4we know thai schedule commerce
dr not suit all of Ibo people all other on Parade package _. 21c
e l th lime but w* are lust tryingto Mr*. yen, explaining ID the steel LAUX LAFPH, IAt'f'M1 GRAPE JUICE Pint Bottle. 19c
pleas* all of the people some I'January Oood Housekeeping why with Alice, Whit. Lloyd Hughes. _
il the tin*. Da you rom.nboi'Ih. ;she has Introduced ln the House ol Marie Provost, Kenneth Thomieon. -
das tin small lad w'h* llnceredIn Representatives a' bill t* bring CLOVER FAR3I
the library to lloten to soma I:'about the cabinet portfolio declares Added: Tuxedo Talking Comedy MILK 25c
<- nplnlnlnv patron, came up and there ar* women who are and Mickey Mouse Cartoon STALL
taltl Pont roll car. Mra Bow.Toe splendidly equipped to represent I 4
"I\n' pleaa* everrbodjr Thereir the proposed department In the SATURDAY JANUARY: It '
White Rose 40 29c
only five people In our family Prmldent. cabinet HOOT GIBSON with Asparagus, Tips -
of them!" "r"lla"olb.refora" used" th*.word- HELEN WRIGHT In I
and I never plea any MEAL Water Ground Ib 04c
I hall never forgot that boy nor Inf 'he or the In referring to the "SPURS"Added I e------ tM
In new cabinet member la this. piece 'The Jade Box." fifth '
he tendered my :
the hour sympathy or need Of lelalatH. the .......*. Eplaode Talking Comedy and SANI FLUSH, per can . . 19c ;

W* have aom wonderful' new "Th crux of the matter," Mr*. Oawald Rabbit Cartoon 'i BEANS Great Northern 3 Ibs. 25c,
book real book. Loeenio the Owen says, ".la Imply thlaj A* la .
Magnificent by David Loth. readily Men, internment activities hi*, and MOM FtII. I and I BLACK EYE PEAS 3 lbs. 25c
.
Twenty Human Monelere" by dealing wltb the child aredisconnected "THE BIG HOUSE"With . .

Philip Btaufort Barry. Lincoln and scattered among cheater Morrla Wallace Toilet Paper Clover Farm 2 for 12c '
by Emil I. dwl(. "Etolutloa fur a doses different board iureaua Beery Leila Hyama Karl Dane ,

it'In4h.tin 1.111&1 D," Piychology"by Henahaw by Ward Erwin. and Uepirtmenta.and adequate I appropriation urgf unlHcatlon Added Colored I : 'Th Musical* Flower' Epic Garden and" I CRACKERS, N. B. C. 5c, 6 for 25c

., Theodore ROOM Building \t Panama Canal, I
W>xbrg Uf* of
"'tit by Draper l.wl Wllcbe O E Educational. We Give Profit Sharing Certif !
Rtlll Uve' by Theda Kenyon,aidQundmother Brown-Bilt Shoesfor FREE icatea on all Purchases torRogers' .
I TUM sad WED FLB. I and 4 I '
Brown HundredT
Silverware..
? by Harriet Connor Brwn "BIG MONEY" :

00 you think you know what all the family WlthfEPDIB I MATCHES, 3 large boxes .', .lOc
Qt'U.UN I ?
W.Is" What It I* to Ion and 10

I 1), lev9d r Do you think you know SHOE REPAIRINGIf ROBERT JAMES ARMSTRONG OLEA80KMARIAU CORN BEEF, 16 oz. can __ 21c
hard times'roo
.f hunger or
nythlnf "
von think rOil bare known you want quality and Service MARGARET LIVINGSTONTI1EMENIOOl SEEOAR I MALT, Clover Farm, large can 39c
phyat,a! pain or mental intuhrtiik. TomatoORFANEDES ,
you think you hat known : $ I CRISCO, 3 lb. can. .. __ .__ 59c
..td 'nd Borrow T If you bet"' an Added: "Pick Em Young"Paths ,
doe roll hats known any or these SHOE SHOP Musical "omedr and RED BEANS, tall can . n. lOeCoCCee
th. ago ,stud "Itlc*" by Louise Jor I S. f:' tlnfk An, Houmtatd Audio Review
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SAVE BY BUYING
I SOAP
Hard Water, 3 bats .. 20c

TWO TIRES.h Old Dutch Cleanser, 2 cans L..15c



AtLooN Flour BLUE GRASS
ifl13 Z9x4.4o n 10 12 Ib.s. & Rising 48c


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PRODUCEPOTATOES ,
A Pair $9.81 1P

10 Ibs. for u 30c t.

New volume economies-further increased !' ONIONS, Fancy Yellow, Ib.-. 04c<
by the new lower cost of raw '
rubber and col ton-are now shared with APPLES, Winesaps, 5 Ibs _ 31c

Ai I.3TATB use,.. The reductions average CARROTS BEETS 3 bunches 25c
12 i some ,sizes: are reduced 2Ir.I/ or ,

.ui w te? t.: J+h 1 a ORANGES Redland's Best, doz. 25c

28x4.75 $6.80 13.20 $1.23 p BANANAS, 3 Ibs u u . 14c
29x1.73 6.90 13.40 1.28

30x4 29xo.CO. 0 5.83 7.15 ii 2 i 0830x5.00 ; MEAT DEPARTMENTLEG

7.2 5 11.10 1.35 SPRING LAMB
lb. 28c
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All Other Slut mt fropor
CLUB FRANKS lb. __ 18c
FREE TIRE MOUNTING SERVICE Lm __ .

BUTTER Any Brand lb. : 37c
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SEARSROEBUCK AND f,. WHITE BACON, lb. . .. 16c

Pork Shoulder, Whole or Half lb.20c
Btanayas llourwl

DIVA UK: GIAIlAITrE TUWACTIOX OR \OIH MONEY B-CK 4 ,,041U'I'1 PORK CHOPS, End Cuts, lb. .. 22c

="h ,. r .' : : ,.-".. ...,'18ioJtJ.!. ,.,'.. Ie.,...,'. Jess- HAMS Picnic jb . .17eR
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PLANT HERE is ; P. J. Franklin

OJIJPAN'S PLAN, Inc0f i

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:: Oil need b'mn fur On.l .
4he houiowlfe In the morning Villh "
_tho mitt Mr. loch ".ildJmuiw ,, Phone. 40 WE DELIVER Homestead, Fla.
Tomato Crowera and packing .'
men who are member of
:3h. notary flub ...urf ::: hot hi would hate no trouble In.,
Jr,,'t:nf all 'lir, rip tixinato.2Fwnry .. nee-l' Er5IbsfSugarVITH -
for tin production of Mo OUR
BEANS
:;'ul'I '', nfn.r CkMUUor nrnklpnt'f
rinuldt Grower*, tar, suggested 24 lbs. -GBEAT
:hat Mr. Elch could arrange with
..... Kitchen Queen \ 'OF
Jo" t (i rt t take the product PURCHASE NORTHERN
MAIN 4)R IL It.
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fW&ln .
fta act a which they .
-yn4nk4-*IaaI t to same tutee. pro' -----.. ," 3 LBS
3lflc tomato, which though nottnu1M ,2 lbs. Our Fresh
on shape end also la full 6 25c
=flavored to a degree not nachfdaby \85c/ Ground Coffee for ,C
tha.an o.-brod funr>' imdf It.
amatpeoi'Ig B11"on"1 the EirUChandler :
:: 't' IIn nan'I"I. This
;aD''V arlet'Mr.= Pointed oul., pnv JUHBK& ............
jlylo1Q4 u high l U 100 buahele .
-Arai' whanat his li very firm easy would to ral pry*'" FREE OFFER Corn Syrup'r39c

Pat:;Mec tomatoes. Mr Etch sold,
that lie was paying US rent a'
;btulh.... I PILLSBURY ALL FOR SALMON TALL PINK
25c
year Elch Silo bal been coming Pancake Flour TWO CANS .
Sto;'hi II In ml arm store Ittfl and _

:=:aqc lived}ihpanted.there from About 1920 In the 1927 dlrtrlft wits I One 11 oz. Pkgr. Free CORN BEEF Per Can :19c:

=ear l .ln'rh'p week by Chnrlo T.: ,with Purchase of 2 Regular ;- 25c _.
2 FUWH, of the Red ,11S
,i -load.Otattlrt Chamber of CoinS Pkgs. 5c Coupon MATCHES 3 large boxes :lOc
mores--At the Rotary meeting IIP I in each Free Package. ,
*awls Qiea trips through th<-'
i targetowing; Wren bad convincer N. It. "'
2rar-
V him t ;Tt't. section could euppiv': CRACKERS
, :5: n-n:1.lltf"'TtmlatGo, *U firm would SYRUP Peacock, gallons. 79c vaiuc -- for
l y "}.it"f4r.'u. Julre product. He
,f., i said that'he would return later to / gallons ... ... 39c cb :
Octagon Soaps 3 zeJ:2c
f S t&'ti, ;per Into plans for his /ar
I
S tori

\ 3 2 of.iti'TJ Jhc.: merchandising Hawklne general department maDa.T'', SNOWDRIFT, 3 Ibs. a 53c DATES 2 Ibs. Bulk 2Sc

a: S Co.. adcfreWd the club on the re t
'to I9'lIk? luM|> of timer and wilier I
," 5 Th }rotary C\u\\ \ toted agaln WESSON OIL Pints 37c Vegetable SotipTSr19cCOCOA :
r' :S opppjor'& fa candidate for queenof _

s S dtir fruit re.ll\nl __ j ji ;; 10 TALL

i IPARADETOOPENI I Rock-Co., 2 Ibs. SSc Mli K CANS 811'c


I WUIT FESTIVALIIERE I RICE Fancy lb. 5c
CATSUP Beech-Nut large :Ic ,
,
I ON MONDAY j Meal or Grits, 5 Ibs. 19c

Monarch, Teenie Weenie, .. fI ---
3 .Continued From Pace Ono) PEAS .. .LC '
,
I Regular 29c value,No. 2 can r"
WOW for prwwntiiilon to the vial SCORN LOX 2 LARGE
:: tor) and for ro\.Tlnf the rntrnnn, PACKAGES .Sc
"" Anon
Rue offend
to attend to
Xf = th1 ;lcklnc. and hauling of the I NO. 2 CAN ,

S: frSWS County Agent C. H fll.ff nl.I BEANS c EACH lI'OC 'ork& Beans 4 CANS 2Sc

f chalmuin .?f the fruit vegetable
ant jgOUltrj uhlblt., report thaiS )
!1>ia several communityS ex-
I1lbl5e ip.lal merit The pouliV "
= |'.fShlbK'Kill exceed all Meat Items Produce Items
up.r/
5: tIh I :!r_ lie Predicts, W. T. /,
t .:: dlatrjct *tt n.lon agent, will arrive;:
from Gainesville on Wednesday 10

't. PICNIC HAMS POUND 17c BANANAS, 3 Ibs. for :I2c
I r Cfc> The Chamber of Com''
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t : .' LAMB SHOULDER Hall POUND or Whole :arc ORANGES REDLANDS
20c
their eihlblti Mia Pansy Norton, DOZEN
e county home demonstration! a".iithm '' 'PLATES
:\' announced a long list of prince White Bacon POUND 'loSe
.' totaling nearly 1 100 for demontratlon .I
I.
;r. work prlaea Ifliea of, POTATOES, 10 Ibs. Zc
I'" feted by the Itedland District SPARE RIBS Ib.. :15c ;
t. Chamber of Commerce for general ,

ff exhibits Lyon total Brothers 1110,contracted lh..), Sweet Potatoes 5 Ibs. 19c
,1tf1ltlDO. end are building1the BUTTER, Tub or Print, lb. 39c ,
ilinee platform I'

i. ... HANOILIST: --CC>!MI\O i iI I i Thompson's llure' ONIONS 3 Ibs. I4c

jauMcltat" Howard W Dupf5t : Pork Sausage, lb.
of Ohla,vlll open n 'wo..k.-: 29cCABBAGE
!
vitalwilco[ l Sunday night at the'Homrated II01I'OUROWN
: 3c
It' :: Niaarene Church HeS EGGS Guaranteed Doz. ,
,?:: S tUW'Juat finished conducting reI i iiJI I ,
Wml-ot-th-I"IrN Nerarene Church l

,i :.t In..J"ml.. ..--- I I BACON, Sliced, lb. JOe APPLES, 5 lbs Z9cFLO
.. ..
rJilnf'PTO.V. CHILD hiD I
1;:, \ : -.-- I
_5 ,Dlfte' Kilixi Bmiiirr. age 4 yetrt.
,.. '",.. 3 dial Thonday morning at her i Ballards Self Rising or Plain
X '!'t0W" In. I DR
1 ? '(fmr Arc Princeton.parents.I
5::: X*,*hit lira O E: Savage' a iMera 6 Lbs. 12 Lbs. 24 Lbs.
65c :
Linian P:. .....,.. and her (rand3 -/ 35c $1.25 y
a partiU" all of Princeton I

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TBEBOMESIErU) LEADER 1 1 "ONE FOR ALL, AND ALL FOR ONE"Indicatipns ).a, MM, tole. not ', W- '
nun h unit 'ti 1011I now r "I. i < '"I

Ibllidml ThuriMlay*, M Home- I tht"he 19JI1: Redland District years niro' o
Mead, VI*., by tho Some Undo PubCo. : are The many eroniMH !Hi.it I hiked
II"" .... Fruit Festival will be the most successful one yet. with ah expressed the keentH I I

--- I out-of-the-district automobiles Chrtvt
Scores of are kind of illsniipolnUiunt In

.. DUN 1 .AnCIlU'--FAltcw-. carrying advertising for the Festival in the form rim retuin*. 'tl"I: li't ever iIcelved +>-
---
I .' and the immU .*_ taut
1"-re4 M accost clean matter of tire covers imprinted with the name, place and we have heard In X1erU, 'eom..-

Juno it, itza *c UM past of** III dates of the event, and the occupants of these cars thing mutt I" don about Ito .' was
D.......|.**... .1n.. under the act or
0 Marob R 3970. I -all approached while stopping in Homestead on often expressed all aga* to *hi>w
.
Wednesday of this week-said'that they would not the cam emotional and criticism reaction that* the\I'

cn. PRIM ...to A TEARA only be here themselves for the Festival but would Mme know uareat exists also In Florida.

GOO) YARN also spread the news in tourist circles in Miami and "The California Fruit Growers

other cities in Florida which they might visit in the Exchange for l Implicate ralut tint

;t lake ('''' looker a debtor meantime. In addition, placards advertising the the cltrui Industry surplus I* unqueitlon from the ';
a
< "Mil a Ioq. The anewer ""' My lacing I I4
b.' I, Festival have been posted in the principal hotels rtaadpolnt of ,r.cluQWMFu, that / -

I I MrI : and store windows in Miami, and signboards with reason a prorating and pool om

,. I wl h to Inform you that th* arrows pointing the way to Homestead and the Festival mine, have had repented that meeting w. hat' ,.
the purpose
pii...i m rvMliiivu ar in* bank *c' have been placed along the roads between had for la Florida cam n.m.I that of diwrmlning ',
count prevent any payment In rIKM '*- .
'M. 10 your ""IU"'It.M Homestead and Miami. Beginning Sunday, dis- open plan of such seven
play advertising will be inserted in Miami prorating M to Insure "ppl'O'I-'
) financial condition If tat to papers. Imate cost of pr.d uetlolt. But

tifteets of fe
I th tI" I have lirotlietN-ln-luv teen ruli,sad,d upon outlaw anUK prepared next week to play host to a large numberof plan have been established."Fear .

."HprtUi public visitors wintering in Miami and other nearby of and fellow fear of.competitor Blorlda competition In-
California
Through' these various few I cities. They will be people who came down to see baa deferred the radical

hi ben bald up, held down. Florida and will look forward eagerly to the Festival curtailment Step that I* necessary .
IUd sat flattened and _. ,,,. .. .
I. on on t.. get producIn .
times surge -- -
welcome "
as a diversion from the ,
.iifed! until I don't know when metropolitan other hand each
the
On
tlon cert. I' 01 \o ) Land
Edge -
*
1 what I I attractions of Miami.It *
t. am. or why am. shipper with whom I t.lte" In ,

I MM forcd to Bay direct to.tadlr..t is up to the Redland District to see that the California fully agreed that h* waswilling I I drd The ot Ametiasa'Leglon'am III.., especially help In hunI .
(ax. mrrchant'o tank oocupation to do anything In the way otfrtate
visitors, get the best possible impression when they famous for their health
toE capital tax; stork tax, ot cutting down his supplies 1C the
n. .* In*. property toy auto tax come here next week.: Petty rivalries and jealousies rt would and K the Florida giving climate. where the disabled

t tns water tax light ta.. etreeti if any exist, should) be forgotten. Each community Clearing Hail**, togetherwith the no veteran other U government ho.pltoJIied.aid.but receive His
.' achool tux, syntax and carpetr could ffecUv1y dependent -
outside
in the distirct should be represented by an group wife and children often
in addition to the tribute am similarly curtailed pro
follow ft
inlnl to pay to the tilled and exhibit, for each community will benefit from the to the with him staying a. close to
gram.
husband and father a* powlble
aI' Igamated combines and (peculate Festival-the grove communities, especially. Potential "All reMlwd v* are In the Mme Government allowance to help such.
iof America, and also I urn investors and settlers Halt In jut: half famllle I
attracted by the fruit boat togethvr advocated by the Legion
Ir''" cited required to
or
ton
pay In earnest. some offered to buy the In legislation now before
will
displays where
have congren
they their
\ pry society and onptnlmtlon that go can own Florida orange *t Some of them
of famllle
entire crop live In
tin, Inventive mind .t and raise their t.nu.
man tan groves own fruit. Homestead's too per box on the Ire with the and would be destitute except tor
inn, < up und launch the Society benefit will come from being the nearest trade cen- understanding the fruit wouldbe Legion aid.purposes .
1 M 1 John the Woman' dub the .
ter which the dropped and dtroyd. LaughIndy J
1I'.r, 1 'ing flub the Elk club. the i iP newcomer can patronize.Like Secured that 'FI.r.Ida
I II, club thx 111 ,. they war are the same a* they were
I v league the the three musketeers, let us be "one for all Would never M Itself be putout at the
beginning with
far
,
i < IF urn. the Children' home. greater
i ," i"on'HI mil-lot). the. Flay PeeuU, and all for one. Last week, when Redland was of the picture even though its ability to carry out those purposes

u).". Aihitim Army. tbx0t"', army holding its Orange Festival, we were all for Red- growers than were what offered the!crop one would year for be i 1; than \n' before. and With bitch
more
n < : lil Pigs, i r h""me, and land. Next week each one of us will work for the worth. They Similarly turned down been moro done accomplished. even though than has ever ,
that which
,
v rhniiplliil' ""I 1 ill ultnhleWhli
good of the whole Redland District. ny offer of Florida buying their U accomplished : I
i, ,tomlon, lit town ,40.1 out or town may at preMtttridicule In
11 ,11,11014, the n "'rurv. Ih,' Ills. k fruit If they w.ul"lmp their: I the minds of some' be a vtnttrr of

I ." Itc., ". .".s and .the California Citrus Growers Blue ] crop The real test todayth of i
r I ".Illo. Ii 'roar. 'I "Having sprleno *o keenly I. Clearing House, of the Florid I
.urI.IMe and 'ImlilMe Over Freeze and Slow MarketsPratt reaction of California grower I..It. citrus Induitry. 1* by no manna a J
go>ern-
1 and shippers and feeling the i tent *o much a* to oeld-blooit
i,m i u M" no gOMinecl my biuuVM I
spirit of criticism and rewntmentthat o-callcd business pollutes a* It to
lint t do not know who mni Discusses (;urtaiJ.-! last prop One large Shipper MM: estate there, It I II let mrprl- whether we have that sufficient
n i am euHpern, i.*|> id, In- ment s With I Inuring the .butt four w.*KiCalifornia 'bag to know that In this regard mount of good common ..n.... .f
.,ii, 11.4. i1br.ap.r1r11, I. mamlncdi Shippersof '
/ has shipped or' 1.00. also Florida grower and Shippers | bigness of view, and of Industry !
.... West Coast
.hlllll' Ini/itmt'l. rmiulredHi
: oar abort of what m* did two are similar to fmllfomln Our Integrity to sit tight In the boat ,
i niinundrl n,<1 Compelled
year avo.. and yt the auction results Clearing House baa been publiclycriticised and do the Job together Instead of ,
"""(.i. all I know in !'hal' nm ..1111 .
Winter Ha\n. Jan K -(8pol eachother.."
I average neatly. II.00 per bolt The Clearing House against
>""?I to provide nn InixhniiHllbl l>-Th* recant fraei In California -
---- -
."1\,1) flf money fur fI'Cry known M well a* the market daprnahin -
IIIK dolia, or hop of the human I In the Hit and north has I TUBBY I

1 n c< load, bei..IIIIM> I decline to dot I mad the California orange grower
1 n n ,in.1 I i1n not to out and beg. just a. dtcrouraffii a* Mm of the j off

b/."UK or Meat money to give I growers in Florid TM>M-4nt.rwtd rdsGOSK
m \ I tiii cud discussed boyiniiKd In the citrus business on the
talked to, talked about. tied Pacific Coast appreciate luck as TUBBY. ITS.'l
/s
4 t* ,tad about held l up held down !fully the obaucl confronting themand eNel/u
cafer
er
iiiui, rolled' until am nearly ruined : are *.htt>U1n. lust a* high
phy ically financially and morally. bops" of finding a solution/ II I a loon

I Ilie oat) reason I am clinging the Industry In Florida.. too
to life U tii nee what tile bait l. I This. (- the observation. mad by we Golf UKDEQW

< ,,,,I, '111; next Hoping you are the ,Archie M Trait manager ol the T Time WE WWMMILIZEd
r.l I. I Florida Citrus Grower ClearingHouse

Yours truly. Association, whit returnedto
(Nome out by Mqunt.) ,I UU *fflc*. here Saturday after or P40a9r9
-Nx. having completed a permnal tour
of tile California fruit bclr. MrTnttt .

IMH(1II> SEA: In dlaouaalnf the situation .*.
Olltornla declared that \
-- looting( In
f; HT T>... ".... J. Carter everyone connected with the want l l.aa. \
,j O snip .lth m and beauties view Industry there hi mdvrln to di s

, throughout the mourn sky find Mini method whereby the .: I Ir
Ah harbingers o( oumlnr day will i tremendous crap can ... marketed i s

lull the nun la nigh at a profit
KI'i hidden yt bwit.. of sea. Aa to the damage don tiy the ,. el' u0 ...r I
wete _. 41.1 __ .
Mi rays he sends Ui hlirh fr ca.. tile prlnrlpal effect will is '. ---= ; i,
And gives desk cloud a touch t>* felt users In doubt by the tradean
.f toW and pink with red and to the quality of tit fjtuM than I 1 0 I
whttiJfii (hictul loss from fruit diwtroy**. It f/VtAH.OUE OF II

lint "'-". It 1.loto I miheld Aa far a. Mr. Pratt could] determine "A.14, ANWS U$ HASCOTTftGO I
"P by God'awn might actual ton due to the ,"'**..II t GOTTA SE IWMfs, AI.tGET AN
K
BEAT Iltt IT soot,
,
I>.)Tri ln. hlllow lib the waves. probably mill run about LOW ar Utter UMBRELLA YOU
that stir 'oar thoughts M nlcht.Th I The total trip In the Mat will b" OR WE'Lt. MtS
'about ten time this fl'"r.. I GOtA RAIN OUR WPPE.Q
WEZ IC YOU rPUlllf
< ODd tint rides upon the Storms i "CaUrornl feel just tee bad a* B ALL QA FAST?
and holds the cloudin hand 1 wit do" Mr. Pratt' ...... "Wkll In /

Will ."...r forget the trusting I California, making fire bald In- / / /
on** that count film In thrlr apertlon at the leads ,rug
gee pl_dj ; actuation n. to treat and crop c ndltlona. >

.,A "M .bultb tie tries their taut' awhile i -hml alto thin pleasure of
:.' H- points their clouds : personally talking wh the man -
I r \ with my lm and ula managers e( thlentttna

;,411,' of peldel ppky with r*
: ..!tit.. a''' JIcI their halve meeting| a **r |.
Ullt prlael; v. : The emirs manaireWoarliahowVd
:ii. the Mine baffled attitude Intrylnr

A, PIUATrIttit's i to figure out why they couia / / I
'
m* a lsouA 'I lgt>Mlfln, I....... : nut 40 better In the tats of MDi '

I And nine oni< lhlo. to*digest, light shipment' $ a. compared wish I

.'. ;tMi'n tae ja h..-lth7' bodfi Txwd.,, ["two. year ago when they wire 01
>t Oi .ma* to kes ft at'tt+t niark.'ilfif lbl. preYl"ily hav I
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'i, ::. .yThursday. January 29,1931. THE HOMESTEAD LEADER Pan Five

'"
I Brunei! has *p nt The later hre Homestead Graduates Hill, sponsor ,f the senior clams
with her Vanilla, Mr a4 :Mr* B.1 I I klaborut ,:i>corl#e ore tow to *
I, M. Faiter Mr BrWtelU ... To Wear Voile Dresses I Avoldt'd. 1-;..ra girl will very a 1
In and Around
parted coos bouquet of r-d rotft which wilt
Th mother' of MM ncmbrrri of lie purrh.,.I with money trop Mi. II
] B. J. Rhodes 1* reoovertng from the ttomtottad High Brheol a, nlor law IWMsuiyTil .
I bU recent IIIn_ eta** taoMed that rotten dreM... bola will wear i_
Homestead either roil or onmndle. will be ..r* and dark coat. _
Mid Wave ItaMwMn Wished fa worn br the girl at UM iraduntnil .
Miami wit her eotwlna Mr and worrtiw, at *, Meeting bold Compositor: "I miss the ..IIIpldnr sus.r
Mra Ja*. M. Carwn, from Mondaytill tact Thunoay at the school auditorium niece It'* gonKorantan. <>."
I BoeHt Thuraday with U a omUMT*, prUelpal .' You missed ti be- ,
MM wU Las :
Mary Manley Hamm stopped In Leoiburg tQ vtallMr
of the school, and Meg Siesta 'taw Tbafo.. 'why W. ion "
.
Mr
:; the ham of her daughter aril stn. Krmnk H. UndMMn,
bliss Isabelle Becker ot Miami
-- ---- --
'; John Fountney In Daytona Beachrpturo4 formerly of Homesteadr. .
vlilted her math r Mrs Chaa.Bechwr
Wednesday morning to
I IU weekendOrtrt 1
u UOOWM4. 8114a staying with !/ and Mr. Cljr*. W. Walker ever the THIS BANK is very anxious to retain and

,,t. j 4ff'Vf-pb....;:.!.Jf.ka.it,; .aiglrth p: Waltaffcal btrott'At their. and tniwuno a halt the pound arrival uJ. moves bornrrldiy 1)nJ,
{. Jan. S3. She ban bean at tlie Fort Graduate find new ones. We want to make customers -
;. Deatiurlen loft Tuesday for named Margaret Agaea hoapltal on !Sunday! as well as keep them. Come in and
: New. Tork City where h* was
:: c 1e4'4* attend the funeral of JOi Mix Clifford Stevens Of Naran The Longview Club will dliplay I Iookuso>er.Coconut.
d.brinier, Emil JValaurlena of KwIfr ja will undergo an operation Cat tome of Its band woven rug In
Mexico The Sody will b* burled removal of her tonall Friday She the lesion Auxiliary booth at the Grove Bank
.. In Woonmcket R I. ha been 111 for several month,, Fruit Feitlval Exchange

'" I and It U thought that the condlttoa "'. T. rnicr President j. .. EATON \'IIoJW"o
B. Vf Morrfa. Homestead< agent of her tonsils I* a contributory TO PLAY KEY WEST i. )I. LAIFADT CashewBARBECUED
I for"'th Quit Refining Co. returned cause of her ailment Homestead High basket ball
Friday from a business trip to boy will play the Key West High

\ ...... Jackegn l\.t\lo.\ Mr. Morris was Barlo Matthew. a center at the team In Key West Friday eveningand
r,: \ .warded a,blu gibbon for him n' University of Florida pent Saturday a city team there Saturday
ti, hlblf be petroleum product at the In Homestead visiting his parents evening MEATSBY
f. Orange VIM' 11i Festival In Red'Mr Mr. and Mr. 8. F. Matthew The local team will start on the
lend lake"freak.f He judged the Southern Silver Society trip Friday morning TilE POUNDOr

oat show In Miami Thursday in Sandwiches Take Home
f *. n. O. Turner who wi. seriously I and the Jtfaglo City Junior Cat Club
hurt In an automobile crash how on Friday iII666 BEEF, PORK and CHICKEN
several week ago was taken to barr Delicious Home Made Pies by the Piece or Whole
condition .
home on Tueaday Her The Rev and 1rr" IB Wright
k 1. much Improved Mra J W. Avery and Paul Russell LIQUID or TABLETS
attended the *U day missionary (lure Colitis HndMilM, I'evcr ROLL-INN--
The Rett C fr 'walker took the meeting at the Tarbpu Memorial
'I 666 SALVE OX THE DIXIE AT NAOANJA
:B A'I. of the Baptlat Sunday Church In Miami Monday.JLORIDA
cents tunrs COLD
school and the member of Tom ___ .,_00
Vana'i Sunday school ethos on a'', ---- ------
r yinhlnr trip today below Palm CITY ,I
hammock. weae.w."eUlm
'f
Louise Fullen, daughter or'I
Mr and Mr. M. Itonenow ot Mr. and Mi... B. B Pullen of FlorIda -.
became the bride of Herman i
Chicago who are winter visitors In City
Thompson < :Miami spent Monday In Home- I
Mead visiting Mr. and lira W. R City, on Monday January It at The the FIFTH ANNUAL
performed
wa
Crow. ceremony
horn of the bride by the Rev C .
atop will'Mutpend Walker pastor of the Bapttat r
; The local McCrory N. REDLAND DISTRICT
,
m.
: business for five minute.. Church of Home tad. Only
from Id a, m. to UIOI a. m. on ben of the family were presentMr
;Friday 4hrouch respect to P. A.Tryor and Mra Thompson ar. at
Of Mew York, first vice./ horn to their friend h* an apo"'j
.' fcrld**. of the J. G. McCrorycorporation ment In the Clinton buildingWilliam Fruit FestivafFEB.
who died Tuesday.. I
aeoordkit to an"""" announeement and Herbert HertI of I
7, mad by Charles A. Culbertson, Elklne, W. Va. left f.p horn Wdtwday -,
1'1 local manager.Iidn j after apendlrt* a month
\ ,ere at the home ef )lr. and Mr*.!

i sad Mr* Walter Nelson had 1.r H. Blmmon: I 2-7
ai giMM ever the Week-end Dr. .
and tlti. Wayne Hamm of Pazaton: A nine and a hail pound win.
A J in, who left on Monday to Visit .red born at the Poet Graduate
Cuba before' they return north. loipltal Sunday to Mr and Mr.
',' On the way down Dr. and Mr; .. O Drunelle of Salem, Ore :Mr*. Homestead, Florida

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,Tailing to oul-.,..- relatives I'
6 RIDING DEVICES
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end caliifcctory mean of com
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: munication. Telephoning U Just like being there

fa person and the cost U surprisingly tmoIL When

Caine! Day Stetba.to-Stcton service you can talk

a distance of tans hundred mile for approximately DON'T FAIL TO SEE
i
sixty cent and bj using the tame service

crier Ci30 at night you can talk that far for .* TESSIE TON-736 Pounds

Lido u thirty-fire cents. The coil of talking greater "

distances: la corrrtpondingljr iniolL BABY RUTH-669 PoundsALSO

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People everywhere are daily experiencing enjoy

oLo chat with relative and friend In other THE BODY OF .

.. title You too, can afford such pleasure. Re- t

member "the colt It totall wherever you cAlL" JOHN WILKES BOOTH


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COUNTY AGENT TO SHOW MAKING OF AIUKTATFM PAnTY 3 Kent of Coconut drove and 1IAFTMT TEACHKItS
L M MILL: ATI'F.IIDED; *. Robert Dora of South Miami ARID HITUITAro:DWomep

CITRUS PRODUCTS-ND LAMP SHADES Tuesday night was aUltatllall'ht I III... working with Ube Pafsy 1.r teacher of tHe Baptist r
at the Homestead Woman home demonstration
-- i I agent. Sunday school 0+'vim nt at the Mill
; Hiring February .,.rla! citrus Wrapping paper will be parchment Club with New York Pennsyl. In making definite plant for this given for them Wednesday afternoon -

r unrarvatton Work wlU b* demon lied and made Into shaded antI van la. Co"noctlrut. Maseachunette, large exhibit by Mr*. J. R Irey and Mr*.
olrnt.,d all over the county an- ether materials will be uied All New Hampshire. Georgia, Mleaour, There will also be a large ax Grady Smith at the home or Mr*.

nOIl'14'' Mia Penny I. Norton woaMflt Interacted are urged to attend Idaho Kanaas Kentucky Indiana,, hlblt of Horn Demonstration PP3' Smith were: Mr.. Robert Rut- ,

unty Horn Demonstration agent the meeting. Ohio Michigan, Wisconsin NorthDakota ducts at the Fruit Festival In I.nd. )I.... Katherine Plokara.......,..
el The demonstrations, she "my, will The Princeton meeting will b* Maryland. New Jol'fty. Homestead nut week T. D rI.h4I. aa.... pert Andrews.Mr. .

;, r..t l or the making of preeerve fluid In the Woman Club building Oklahoma, Illinois. Washington D. .. ... A. Was, Mre saran twin ,
I nd pickles from the rind of the Feb 10: the Kedland meeting' C.. Scotland England. SWodttB RF.1>t.A\n p.t. A, Mr*. Frank Ifs'&4an. lint. 4J t. V

irraiefrult. of ninnffig the pulp In the Woman Club building Fee Germany. Canada and Cuba sash TO MtFT: ** nnvrMrorit : Vann Ura feed' 'Redd ...4...}r.... .
\.holt and of mnulng the juice. 11; and the Homestead meeting represented, and each contributing munis*! numbers art on V. M. drenneft

It..cliiee lor making tomato and the Baptist Sunday school building a number teethe program the program for the Redland P..TA A game was played character-

ml)**** product will be dletrlbit Feb. 11. The tint of the demonstration Mrs. Ora Neff and Mrs. L. r. meeting Monday evening Mine idle of each month In the year

..d. These demonstrations are will given In the courthouse Price. the hostesses, served homemade Ruth Tldwell will sing and the Salad and coffee ware served.
H heduled for the afternoon *euloii* Room 1106 Feb. 4. cake and tea dies Ctiibwill give several num.

which begin at 1:10 An exhibit of the February work I The clubhouse was- decorated In ben TO SERVE CHICKEN DINNERS
Lamp elDul* making will b* dear will be held In the eourt house cut flower*..eweet peas, calendula ANn HAVE UNCH STAND

entrateXii the It a. m. ei..!
MFFTI\a DATFr In the former Modern Restaurant
''I MRS. W M \\1IIIOISoivtfl Because of the Bruit Festival,
P.- A. trf till: ,P A group of young people gave an : QUILTING BEE the regular meeting of the Homestead building dally during the Ftl\al
AT nH11VALr Informal dance Wednesday night al by the missionary society ef the
An all day Quilting bee was held P-T .... scheduled for Feb. I
the home of Mlu Nancy Boyer Whit Stone Church undo,_the
r .T. A member are to replen. at the horn of Mrs. W. M. Williams \ has been postponed till Feb. 17
IfMrs.
Those present were: Mine Edith leadership of Mr*. .JS A EnnU.!
I Glenn Miss Miriam Burton MlM J. E Davis la chairman
",IIIMI! duties On member U h E Missionary Circle Two gathered will b* given In honor of Mr*. *
Eloise Bradley. Miss Elisabeth another group of numbers if the
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1.. stationed at each concession there to complete a quilt. A Theodore W Blrney who founded
Farmer Miss Lola Beam Miss society that will serve sandwiches
',oth ifternoon and night bountiful luncheon was served at the: association In Washington In
Boyer. Joe Burton Allen Neal'. and punch en the Festival grounds.Members .
"harem' of pupils from Mini Afro. HIT
and late In the afternoon
Ir noon J. D .
Haruld Brenner Roy Halnee William of Mm n.dd's Sunday
my**, Mini Hook and Mni William served home made sake The H.r. John C. Oekeler will
Booth, Robert Boyer Wilbur school class will assist
i Irown's room will serve on Man and congealed fruit salad tell of the life of Mr*. Blrney and
May and Albert NewPRrMUTPRIAV .
!hty, undor the chairmanship olxtr The worker were: Mrs F. fifth and sixth trade girl will sing
r *. T. E. Kirby' : those from Mnneper Finite, ),frl. J. D. Redd Mr*. J. a birthday long Two new member, Mine Edith
'*. Mrs Nelson and )fr.. AfXHIARYMFFTH A. McNeil, Mr*. Oso Smith, )In.C. Dad'i night will h* observed Glenn and Miss Lot Beam werevoted

IVYJ\h' rooms will serve on Tues- AT IIICK8O5 IIOMJ3Mra J William.. Mn W. *M?William Mar. I. C. H. $8tefanl I*. to b* Into the Dramatic Art Clubat
lay under the chairmanship IIIr l ltr H J Armstrong had *, Ura J. E. Davis. Mre. D. Chairman" at this meeting and Sea its meeting Tuesday nightyThe

*. Frank Skill; those from Miss charge ef the program at the W. William.. Mrs. A. M. Brom'j B Bommer will b* his assistant .
i",,ckeon's Mr*. Edward and Mn Woman' Auxiliary of the Presbyterian Mrs. WIL Saul, Mrs Buoy Bee, sewing, cluse'( of

Thurmans room en Wednesday Church which wet Wednesday William and Miss Marion William. Francisco Fishes gave an interesting the White Stone Church: will meet
ender the chairmanship' Of Mriherwood afternoon at the home of lit of Coral Gables, Min Sarah Gibson talk on the children o/ Cuba Friday afternoon (f 1:10: with EWIe
Itodeon, and parent of and lira J. a Hlckaon Mr*. and Miss Altos McClelland. U the meeting of the Junior Ep- Booth.

Igh school pupil will serve on Burr and Mr.. Holferty mad brief -. *Irthlans Sunday afternoon In the

i iiursdsy. Friday and Saturday. reports of the missionary assembly GARDEN CVCn PLAtS White Stone Church Two Swede were walking on a

recently held In Miami FOn FESTIVAIBOOTIf Another food speaker li scheduled railroad track, when a train came
YTHIA'C MSTFRS' GIVE Mr. Hlckson reported that the When the Garden Club met with for next Sunday when Martha lone behind them. One .1 them

niRTHDAY SHOWERS congregation hag paid 10101 per )I.... Quasi Joiner Monday afternoon Close will be leader All boys and was lucky enough to Jump off the

Ottl..... were Installed at the cent of the Preabyterlal benevolent final plan were mad for the girls are Invited. The meeting. be- rack In time; tire other was not -
quota for the year closing In booth which the club and the fin at 1:10. fortunate. The survivor told
ythlan ...t... meeting Friday so
mlng I* the I. O. O F hall. AprIL Woman Club of Homed will about It later!
Aft litteiirting feature of the occupy at the I An- all da'r church cleaning bee "After I yumt." he said, I tm
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red Mm Lillian Havley of Miamiirtpil program was the singing tt the Mr. H. It Ewing gave a dl*- I has been planned by White Stone a leetle Tay and then I go back to
.. hymn 'lit, the Crow of CheM I euulon "FlorIda Vegetable and Church Missionary Circle One ..- no 'bout Ole. Patty lOon T come
In the ceramanle.
Glory" and the explanation that, their Preparation" for the members Mad by Circle Two for Friday across an arm en the track an'
Mm Burn V. Franklin andIrs
the mw* of the hymn w.* eompostd Mr*. C. H. IIt.Uut was on Jan. so.The soon I lee on. at Ole'* legs Hexing \
Dlxon given surrlne
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handkerchief shower and ty MBmar Conk**; a 411111111.its the program for a talkon "PlantIng women have Invited Mine or I see CHe'*'head Den I *ayMy .

I.resented with bouquet from the; of Mre Armstrong and Mrs L. O.j I of Flower" but was not able the malt Member or the church to God eometlng must ...' happened -

Items.. 4o b* present come and to briny tool, with them to Ole,"' 1.
I. mple Other present went The Rev.I I Present. at the meeting wore: .
Coffee and sandwiches wen and Mr. John r. Oetuder. Mr*. Mrs. E A. Ennls. Uri A.. J Van ---
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,rved, Boggle, Mrs. H. C CbhlerwoodMrs. )lal1", Mrs. Goo, Reed Mrs. C.

and Meeting the fourth are held Friday on the of eeeend each IRar.. tt H. Graham and Mn F. P. Mrs f Jackson George Mrs.Ranson A. Mn M. Byrom C. W.. When Colds Catch You +\ f

nnth at t:10 p. m. I The meeting adjourned with the Mantus Mn Ora Neff Mr OUI-

illspah benediction sic Joiner Mrr Sherwood Hods- Off BalanceTAKE'
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C.IRC OMITS COOK I The next regular meeting will don Mrs H H. Swing. Mr. N. O
tHtKtKFAST be held Wednesday Feb. 4.AtXILIARY Ball and Mia Jennie Lobdell. Mn I

The flirt Scout with Miss Rachel Clay of Georgia wa a visitor at I

I fterson. their leader. cooked a TO H4.tr the meeting.
rnakfaet of bacon and egg for BOOTH AT rlXTlVAli Cake lo* cream and fruit salad

I themselves after taking an early Sandwiches, coffee. cat a .nd, fie wars served. ASPIROIDS REXILLANAA
j ,nornlng hike today wilt be sold at a booth eondiMM '
I Scouts present were: Fern by the Legion Auxiliary at the f).;MO8TRATIOVOMFX I TASTELESS: fUR RELIEF: OP
TlttATXIlXT: COI'GIfI.Juat
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Katherine Fruit Festival LAV. TWO F\HIBITS
,! Member of the auxiliary who The third monthly count Home think of Itl Everything
Mary Moon, Helen Field. Grace will take part In the parade an Demonstration exhibit which Willtonslat n...*-

I Field, Geraldln Belts Elisabeth anted to notify Mr. W. B Rhentl14 of article, mad from trop-

f Skill. June MrKlnstry Virginia the president ical product such a* coconut fibre
MiKlnitry Mamie Nora Davis Hoitesee for The meeting 14 beheld and leaves, palmetto item end
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I i'lle Patch. Betty Bowen. Dorothy | Jan. 10 are Mrs.. R. H \Virey leave, pine needle and ,,'lreiraaa Ir.

: flykea. Marjorie Redd. France JI,.. H. M, Pester and Mr*. will be shown at the courthouse I
\l1'Ourah. Helen Hall Virginia R N. Parker Thursday and Friday Jan 'I 1ee.

Hooku. Ethel Hooks, Katherlite 10 and 10Especially. I
Harper Cecelia Harper, Ruth hare B A. Ennle, Mrs. (5 H unusual an the
Tower and Jennie Tower teffanl., Mr Gee, Raneon Mn tide mad from coconut fibersuch -I

Wm. Dunlop, MlM Jennie Lebdell a* hat. toot tools,, purees
I Mrs R. R Boyer I* entertaining and Mrs. Ora Neff attended a and lamp shades. I IMra.

Thursday night with a chill meeting of the county Federation J, J. Moor of Homestead : 50c
sapper and bridge afterwards ,ot Women. clubs en Wednesday Mra. Mary Murphy ef OJue, Mr. 36 for 79c
Aiplraids .eenrhln recognised When yea have one ef these

medicine that correct acidcoughs that are bard and
'BRING THIS'COUPOMV99c
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tah headache, and stimulate violent and yet you cant

.J ??'histci 011 Pdrtis.T VorthT 4.510 99c laxative action Yet you seem to beech up the
can't taste a thing That phlegm till cough syru Zoo
; : Tba Gopoo llo eatitlcs Below to out of car Cool-Ills $S.SO Self fdl'wg Few*Pen lnd Aetd Gc two Sets; ; because the smooth harmless need I* ReiUlana This an-

Capsule covering presents usually pleasant tasting syrup
i THE PEN, ,,PENCIL\j Contact. with the .org n. eftaate quickly reduces the congestion .

of is the large over ntatches the Pen. M The capsulee are just and gently sooth** and
ante, Gad is t y11 )PItted'Withlnar. -.d small enough to slid easily heaJ the Irritation To be

the I also Iof the + axtne f of "spare- from your mouth Get piessure .f such comforting rt..

averap pre. loads. pro elg, TeJP out effective relief from your flat when 1.. need It always
( ted with a spoon lg ani 'expel next cold with Asplrold have a bottle of Rcxlllaaa In

; : Jeed.1 hard j unbreakable 691 the lead tutomatOOr- s Sold only at Rosen PrugStore your medicine\ cheat Bold

,. ; ; barrel tleau,. *. only at Retail 3jritg stores
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Mr.t ; x -NO MORE J1IAN.ONE SET TO E401 COUPON *

.of e-v Tale get rl iiTRFE. If yet-can pvcdis one elsewhere less than 9SSt' j' Dixie DragFlaglcr
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__ Quality MerchandK 2M-6 N.JCrome Ave. at Krome ?, Tome, teal, f or da ,



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R>' BrHMdMkkVUN: : HIGH HONORS AT At Parker's Alpine Grove Dairy

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"' 7.f' ;;:::. Kxam, > icanm! | Wynn had an overwhelming major MIAMI SHOWING 0 y I.KQA: v. HUGH Mrs Parker maid that MiKrome .>. .

tetf'VH everywhere! No matterw4urn Uy or till vote John Hugh and I a|tnt the had provided tkem with *

.. ....... we are confronted I Again .<. congratulate the two day a few' weeks ago at the O B few pnn gam tree aid that they
HgltffV, wlnnenl' May they ever live up art growing like wvoda. Them
with lama. The week wa Homestead Kitten Named Parker home In Homestead It I
f' to the elal Bard of H H. ,. have 'been oat In a oemi-elir) d>-
t named K am Week Not only are I Best Cat in waa the first time we have ever I
Southern the
t il( Rotdmoiorc Mean Rnoaa marking entrant to the Milking
It I the puplle amothered and botheredwtth The members of the sophomore Silver Exhibit had an community to Inspect the room and the wtnhouM. They

t *Bm* hut some of the teach English ideas ere busy making attractive dairy After having goo MI....... were not over fourteen huhea when

:i men ales seem to b* going under. / booklet fOil the Fruit fee- It carefully we' wed to offer our I we aaw them but we, predict that
1/ ItI a problem and we are all <'nteaverlng tlval ...hlbllTh.* publishers of'l "Capenal Chevalier, alher I foairatulnUetu to those thing in within three year they will resell

; ( to swim but many Of u*' I these booklets an Writ and Rewrite male kitten belonging to tin. D. the Rdiaa4 action Recently It feet in height M I..... Inter, .JI
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r ore linking. The flood I* too, P. Harkftea and Mrs a r w..1 whittled several dalrlee and nowhere I *!>*r..d In this little beauty pot ..

,w much. 'l KnwhHMik Loss thw. et Homvtee, wee judged I II else did we find one cleaner or are. .."....., \'.r'.t_ of rare and

f. Hsueiewl Defeats Brecht On Wednesday afternoon ouitpreoloua the but eat In the exhibit of too better handled The Parker dairy beautiful palma. Mill babes. j
I I Southern Silver
Lag Tuesday evenlng-a crowd ot I rat. met defeat playing Hoolety hold Thure- to not a big one. but every noeeaiaary All aorta of fruH may be found
gallant Homesteader braved thV the Ada Merritt boys It won a{I day In Miami, Them. ware lib *n- equipment for cleanliness and I around the homo phicn, amongI 1
trios In the show.me ,
I"' cold and overflow of water to close game a* the Ada Merritt boy |1 l property arranged f..llttl.\1 thereTt I. them. orange, grapefruit tangor-
I ( the IH oat txJtlbUod, teat the.
I f journey to Miami Beach We arrived wen by one point only Chit Freshmen an Inexperienced, eye It looked Inv*. king orange mangoes, *vo'cadoa -
Junior Cut! etab '
slightly the worn for wear will do better 11..11af,". for I show en VMwr. M though the Parker dairy could !' mpodllla On. has only :

and tear The majority of ill woreahlverlng they muat follow In the footsteps oCI nine girlM-wlnnar belongedlocal to < care tar a muck larger output of i| to stop to the door to find his fruit I
people The tints of boat
from the told and quit. the Whip"", '". The gam ended eat milk than K seems tw ba.ropreaent. al for breakfaat We noticed that the
In the how was won by U... Mats
a law had a bedraggled appeal> with 11 for Ada MerrlU and U too whole place was well kDt and although
j once *. If w* had encountered. rain HomeatradGarland thaw1 l-SIIver Hop who was al Some aluteen yean ago the pare. the shads was rather deep
I double champion bon and
.. and plenty of It. Wynn on. of the Whip. ''r.etdy ha beJit ken moved to Dad County In order very little fungi' trouble. On the
Judged the boat cat latevereJ
Now" do you think that ihoota our pete, refereed the gam ( to be near Mra. Farker'a family. mouth lid of one of the outbuildings -
northern bow .
confidence In the Whippets Mot Wo UNO.Again and, chose thla spot| whkh la now I* a row of coletio Nil'"r
Beat kitten WM won br "Cipen.
t, at all! Apptarajmoa! ate deoaMnganyway Friday afternoon,'a ft." ,mlnut.* all Bartxn." belonging to. BillieBeuclielut beautiful, for a location. Wo not ban we wen each tint 'poclmena.They .
before ichool w*lout, we" aaaembled i, tied a forte number of very large wen about four feet tall,
!After arriving, .f the beach w* In front .f. the achool hvuae I Bee abort ot ::*and*beat. cat In'j I i tree In. the garden and asked how ticker and darker In color thin I*

were Informed that the game and neat the speed demon off to the nowlo. claw was won by old they are Mis Parker replied 'usual, Mr. Parker said when they
would take place it th* Lemon Lake Worth with a taw anaapyyellt. that ho thought about seventeen beooni* unruly he, clips them oft
"Dlnali a cat belonging toTbeo.
'City gym *o ..* picked back Into I I.year There are three large royal with large hedge .Itaa.... Then
don franklin .r Homestead, '
the bun and can and away wo went Our boy did well after the long Beat cat In. the open class wa polnouuiaa, ono alblaala, and a an several rather unusual sorts
to. Lemon City with- our spirits refusing and tiresome tide, Lake Worth none which aurround the cot tat. and they have been planted with
won br "CaD.n li Mir DaJnty V
t* become damp althoughour I II the second team out of eight that shaded sliver eueen belonging to which nestles contentedly, hl.I: tbeturroundinga. I an eye I* motor thus making a very:
clothe won A more artl.tlo effectMrt.
has succeeded In mounting a scoreton Margaret Slmma daughter ot Una
Upon reaching Lemon City the and comfortable horn place would Parker spoke ol her caladiums -
W defeated It-It
, ua. were V. II. Parker of Uomeatead I
boo decided to play first .* It Watch sot Lake Worth then'a I be hard to find and certainly I non. one which she mid her
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was a little pate nine Talk about Beat short hair Ift the open oU* when a warmer welcome to f rlrndcaa mother brought with, bier to Lemon
" a .'MPI! W* had on.. Toil know aether game coming.'The was won by "Chi**," ft black toI I be found. I City before then was any Miamior

the beach recently played the I ImfMiMlMe IUpiea' Mur.//male belonging to Theodore Frank-1' Then I* a row of lequalo betweea Hom.*lad. Caladlum are on

champs of Miami High and almost Anita. Smith and Catherine lln. the driveway of Kromo ave- of our beat foliage pia nta. und w.,
a hipped them and you can imagine phy have succeeded In walking 1 "Capenal lusty."' belonging to ..... and we wen quite surprised ''''lll drop a hint a* to when tht

the raottement when it one time j I I down the corridor double file Margaret Slninia, won third prlaeIn to know of the number of quart ahould be ataried-juat .* moo .11

Homestead was leading wlttt the Then waant any .teaeher In sight the open olaaa, of fruit these produced before the one can .cur.. bulbs after January
score 1-1 conaequently one said "Single "flit Mltchlef" belonging to> Shirley lad blow. Mr Parker said the first About December tint

Tbe beach just ,0uIII,,', keep up I flfP- Denser, wont third place In. the tree have not yet regained their the leaves die and the bulba need
Peeved novice cl.... '! former alaeAcroa share real We have
with the speed and run of our boy n euggeirti-d
The !game ended IT to 14 In favor Anita Smith upon reading the "(penult Cortlcelll," belonging the street where It wee, a caladium rhow for early iprlnrbefore

of too speedy Whlppvlta mount In hut week. paper about to Mm Matth., and "Rei Tones decided at one time to build n new the tourists have left. The

'i>I ld we crow over Mr. Wilson. her "poltonoua" teaching became) hawk" belonging to lor,. Matthews home then are a goodly number leave of one of Mr. Parker'a-

who KM with u* last vear'! H.. had lightly rufftod"n won bill ribbon !I :of royal paints that an a splendid rioting are eieepttonalty Urge and
I pnlr.. iwhy did write demonstration of the
gfe<>fei unnio of ua It H shameyotf'rode' you. I auloknear ofgre handsome,
: nil the wav up here In such a thing?" Anlbal Armavor took off his ...tk which may ha.xprel..1 l In The Parker d..1ryI....a eta I t. -d I

the roll ont rain to get beet!" Well Ilef.llllvol-1t' the truth" oap. presented the bill and Mood at this aeotton Some of them, three with the |purchase of one caw HI,

"he got to ray the last word In that Anlla-"I Wouldn't amy anything MUM I yean old, are at least twahe foot oral yearn Aral. now' then ar<. W",
/10' r01lnl. It T wen you$ -It tk* teaching ot A. A.I "My bow rye I'm not high with conotdenbte of the. beau.tlHl cattle und \eryane of them I I-

Our girls war disappointed that agrlonttiMO. 'wa* left up to .,.a, to go back light you give me the I gray trunk already In evidence first rli-H .liim.va,
.. It who too tat* for them to play*"! We'd, hays nothing bit and arurt money "you ewe him" I The others an smaller and oni, IMH.Ii nhlto holt IT '''.' iliumI.er .

,' ,*', doid4. after rush an axeitlng and Buantah noodle _. nol thin "Oh! the debtor rejoined "I one :year younger but they.. too are correctly Then are two fit.
;:iiit'JI at ft Wouldn't do joufcihearlaarjTlW .1 ohool h iua* wonder It 11.1rooo.nllO you witha I thriving and have made splendid hull.

*.! to sea inothe thrilling Prbato Nt-hoiliili-d b.lrd-Exehanl" Progress, If one cares to know We shall hr In Homestead "r' I"

panic at the moment no w* road ., evening t ....b. T, an I I Just what royals will do In two or one of thus day soon and will
How About filr..?
our way home, happy .* could bet r.rm team Homestead three years In the Kedland section. visit more of the splendid borne i
R.ol.n I It has been
nearly twenty-five
Senior )lot..111..tIr. debate at against here la a splendid demoiwtrationWe and farms We believe there la I"
:\ Sommer palled the mentor The tame night the neg- yen line Lawfetve had a mayor do net think "... have e\er grout future nuentunlly for Ills entire -
who imoked. Mayor !
mothern together one afternoon last team *f Homestead will de- Relic never soon the record beaten except In section because ot the exrepenal -
moke. Ex-Mayor Oeo R. Gould
week to decide about the aenlon' bat against Lemon City at Homestead the lake section. and our rnaden quality of the roll und th.
I never amokea [lr. K. Simmons
stetson top graduation exerrlac t will perhaps be surprised to know fact that It .bt several degrees
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never smoked when living -Lawrence
The following day h* told u* | The question for debate I I. "Ra. (Kan) Journal-World. that the Homestead tree wore: a warmer than around Miami and
of the plant which were accepted solved* The present jury system close Moond trinity

: read/Ay. In the United State should beabollr'hed.
,

j hart Wednesday Rat ami Roue when, w* hid I '" I I John! I3. Tn'er. Di? u. I' Annie lUayhew Fitzpatrick

chapel the freshmen boys asked TEN KINDS OF Graduate Oberlin (
=- bsweuatory, suit Iley.l Conservatory of LelpolfPilo" 1
i If they night have a fw moment -

[ After much deliberation Mr. Som.nein Including the Saturday nl'II,1 :' I PIANOFORTEHAND THEORY i

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The freshman boy then presented Doubt ttr H.,.'* the way Horn .
U the library a basket filled [: and Field Magazine tabulate

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[that tt.", hoped the basket would ;f 'l:1re: bath tor cleansing: the cold := -
Iwayn, b* kept tilled with flo"*rv:I bathe Ik* rent bath; the bath for : a

This addition to the I ibrary help Insomnia; the bath for nervous ln- ,| : .

f,. lotThe I digestion, the bath after violent :-

', tehoof" appreciate the .exercise the bath for swimmers; : We sell Sundial and Central I
thoughtfulness of the rats and the sponge bath; the hot foot beth :
jKopen that In the future some more
and the biby'i bath.
K bright jdea will pop Into their i 2a .
5 heads 1II\4.bo carried out. "Woman, dot ain't whit muleIn : SHOES I

ItUicI/: and (arisen WinVednetdax dat bottle-dat am pluto -rater. :5

List \ morning pink Yo' aln' gains drink dot am yo'tf"Hlff i _

I ant hll.lIp..'of pai>Vr were, handled boy I slat vwlna do nothln',! These shoes are priced to compete with any
to HftolK sophomore. junior and el lt*."
. heenlor" Upon these slips w* were "Ta. yo' lav honey; '....4'0. 1..1 I:3= mail order house. >
I to wrlteWur-choice of three

and three boy who we 'Irill// Taking Him Word For It i H We guarantee OUR shoes not to contain paper.

Were the mot* deserving for a Ohm "When do all the bugs : Absolutely all leather. All shoes
jj to Wuthlngton l>. 0,, .. the go In winter?" : purchased: here I

f of Ruth Uryan Owen H*: "Search me" j: are entitled to free oiling as often as desired.

( The vjlo were cast accordingly, She: 'No. tfmnka. I juat wanted -

j .and Ethel Hooka and Qarland t* know."-American Boy
{ Work. .Shoes S1.95 and un e f
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One of World's Fastest Long Distance -I eomaaerclal article. purchasable !at I :'; :
40,4-01"P..your
PARK WILL ADD any ttm..,,ro iM. pewiit balsa It
''la useful both ea n mulrh and III I bouce.to.bouee -.lellOl.h1
Trains Punches Time Clock at Miami I
I dig Into the soft to form humus *".*"""': To l ale
AT ONCE TO .
5,000
It has ellghtly arid react'on III .word| iitt* .t".r pe
ilnable for wile use In tfe the dtfftr: to .0111

THIS DISTRICT garden, aa It inn 10. allotted lu remain In '"

when put on a. a mulch and 1 I.
become Inc'orporsted with the aoll Wioolng 111.. Sow
.a aa
if'owIf. .nod tram peg Duet ,1 r ,snuA | The compact heap I* established Iteneath the spreading ckeenui,:
,
.
f 0"" n..at" truth nryan Owen
merely by piling up vegetable tops,, tree .11I
ham I". n, r 1\ '" I,ly r. ported by the I
from
any Leafage falling leaven The smith work like the i art
,pttbh. I Ind., otnm11irV" "f the I from tree and shrubs and lawn I for now b*'* eelllng m....... : -
houa nl II. ..", (1, ",lid P. NH.rhall Cie. .
clipping weed pulled from thegarden .
Hot and
I I dog orange juice
II"1, ,,,,101. .
0' ) Innda rumI.tlle
and leaving them to decaya -RlllIIa t.sLdilators
.
} ,'I' \I" HI. m.I hna on mimed ,
speedier process In the South
Ih..I'II' ,, I.-.1" I > I I.. alt en he bin I "
G/I than In the Nurth and accelerated Parka It le pwltlv
0rn11011." .0'' 10- HlP,11I1r, tony
by the ue of chemical compoundfHi'vleed delight to meet 0 man you ma.truat .
(Jnn. .11" wilt I" ( tumble I the
to ,"
for the purpose by our agrl I .
comp-n. 10111 introdn..I I Into the iltural experiment stations following Mm sextet (of cafeteria): "I
He"at. HTh 1 lntnron I 1Irt<'h,'r. .
the lead of Bngllah authorltlee I prefer a man ,110 pay. opahel"
fool" .I'NI hy Mr. 1.1,In*- t Exchange
if HI ere (,,,'.hond Ernest F.o. ;
<.n*, Mmscape ,) l and New York land
i iI Nt< hit..... IOM. effort anID I '

I:>rph l ..... ",nMhle. fur what hast I' L SHIP BY TRUCK: : :,
Ireadvrnolli I"" n II .0Illpll.h.oI towardMI I Y 1 1I
r ,,, "f I 'Ihla I I'!irk. chose Mr : .
1.1.1"nn to '0",111' hllll on n 'I Nine Years of Daily Service ,

lour 111I'h, He region IWO yearnI
ago .be,. ,"'" I IJ, et, .Iot, r, fl him the ,(Except Sunday) Miami to Florida City' '1 I
O"n, 1111..1 1 I ."."II.! i. will the topoprII -
i r'lhy o' phi" "e,' ... of the Minor Full information on all boats and reservations

'Th t I ,. \\11! ,0", r n territory Y made. .
f'' mil 'ill nnl, '" ith bv 90I i

1.. ,Ilea .. .I ,",I ,r-t'. Sir I.It In*. We will call any reasonable distance for any

0 stun' ,,101 TI", point furthest reasonable amount of freight.
north I. I ,.nil.I north Of the I

'I nmta..l/ ., "'-0 :," 'rln' ,-i boundary a-, 14An PHONES

rollom, I, ,,.. I, III,I!. a w, M of Home. I ... I :
... , mouth of Miami 31755 -: Res. 2792 Homestead 637.R.
1',111"U 1
.Id in a | MIAMIfh. t n' '''k'' Bluhnot M in a":r 'xi if ,'d ..1 41S I
1"10.101" "'11 v II erIt turns east, I I Sped l I l" Of the 8' ihO rl II! ,!II I. PC hour, In Will, h It nuken 11'111"1
,"meta "" Atlntirlo Oman at KTr rondo onOf the fust "t long din tea stops Mathews Truck Line '
Largo, 11101 I I n the hore.line
tune train In the world punches Photo shows the huge locomotive i
oulh I 1" let 'I.h.'h.... It crosses a lint o clock upon hi nrrlvnl In upon Ha arrtIll tn Ml iml with '
., the Hint, Hide cf Florida. | Miami. The train trueli 1.tllttmllen I the engineer and pretty Miss 'Under supervision of R. R. Commission

The woof I o tndwy follow the between New Tork and bell Broamtn decorating the ll18'j I

olor.nn., or the Gulf of Mexico Miami In t! hours and 25 minute:, king with a wreath
und Include" all the Ten Thouaend ,
1
1-10..1. At 'h.n'lunG on the wet
coast I II u rtcctn "" ,lost until It Inter '
th. 1'mIRITII Trail "WHAT IS

Thi Ihnllllht hick of the creation I You Can Pay :"

.
nl till i mile' I. the preaenn
lion of ih' .u imul natural e
t irr. '"t the country fbr the fPA'1 For Your New FordTransportation Ft.

c tlon old rrtalnment, of > t WffHOUT A ,
,
.
people- rraturre which none of : 1'\ "

the other, 2\ national' parka ..al.1 .

ton teNd to frnlll Ph.nu""ah(lie "tote National of ".... OLD :::' ;;":i:.


can" offirIt I is .,*ry level In Its .IIln..I'I Shady calls. of ",hlrh there I* alar'ge' needed In southern climate than As You Use It .I.':

it into hr. an It water o* do amount In the South, re In the northern ones beeftUM, of % ....

or the other park except Arcadia I quire liberal addition of hue loin the longer growing period. the ? i 'r.I"I': "
which U rocky brim them up to proper ."uno P. '" .r'
National I Pat k. very I greater amount of moisture and
We h... a rare tropic ....n.ry,1| and rrrtlllly I-arfer amounts anl I .. "I..r
flail and 1,1..1Jlr.. David Fair' .the quicker exhaustion of plant THE .: ::1"II

child! .)N that nowhere In the l h. I,,,'It from the west entranceon food doc to more rampant growth {..
world ran mangro forests b'i, the imkMnl Trail through Palm of vegetation j

round ,1n iiirpaM those In title' area Hammock to the Key '.arIO. roe.0.md Obtaining humus supplies tkaref .
hlch often reach 100 feet In back to the trftll-but It'Dor '. r tii? (
Alight and appear to one. a. het i iolud. | cent of the are* would tie! ink undlHturlied re. harasses for even a the very small pnctmlqueetlon hPii* ycc .. .. ... : : '

I*,",ath looking up to b* M that the ntturft $Uetr gardonr Stable manure whfr il
the lofty arches of torn Gothic might really study the native
obtainable I* all that la neidflj :
cathedral. seeming. to arch down life" f1l-r: I : r!
Some organic commercialIsere 4 PLAN ,
.... rather than upwards--
gm"
"'
U the measure passes the Holies furnish a certain meant of ,.r'
few people hav< ever ,
n light ery and Senate It will then be up to humus but there ire three main .
seen or cm ape, unless It U mad the state of Florida to acquire the sources to union might b* ftdded 8Another I
*rceeelbl,. In sonic ouch way as the i ,
park property and turn It over In fee a home Installed comport help for ,..... ,
proposed I pimple In the federal park com made from vegetable refvM.These I
Im ''u
Nit would also create in '
flart and tnlnalonMr in swamp rnvek peat >:.
menr same preervej I II Isome IJ\tngaton recommends that.because .
where many of our native animate, moss and leaf mold Swamp muck time
whichn the flamingo for several 1 year after II available In many eectUn For payments .
I of the creation ny hw of the park ,
the lest results It should ob.
be
are pri"'tin I lit! extinct. could b* Increased
I there will b* no access to It exrept talned from. fresh orator swamps
number c
I In | by the Cape Sable ,road thepeople is
or itrenma. Much of It U rich In .
The park >. proposed will ln
of this community Improvethe nitrogen It has been found excullert .
elude 2.110e.OClII acre*, IDOO/iOOO/ 1K.
Cape Sable highway and all practice to mix It wit I or '
or which I* Und It will b* the roads leading to It. j Santa commercial frtlllaer a adtomellme t
second largest park In the Vnlted Lions Club lend
The voted to .
to weather It by (tackIng
Plate, being eeeond only to Yellowstone -
letters to Congressman Ruth Bryan
U up end drying It. turning It
It will of court be ftdlMtlvnnuge Own and Senator Fletcher commending -
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from time to time to un dry "It hefore
ta the state to re- them on the steps already
digging It Into the eel.
rove from 000.000 to a million takes toward the creation" of the
nor. of land from the tax lint but Everglade National Park and *a- I rt moat I* now a etaadurj", 8>

It la worth only approximately (DoHn surfing them of the elub'a ....111 ngn .
at re. and only one per cent of 'e. to support In any possible!11GY4ftJ1I
t It bun Mint u arming land. I way the establishment of thli !
"A loop road would probably park.
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=e= The Mink In.* bat aUnnfi tlwglilnra .t: =5= Authorized Fcrd Finance Plan. h" .irJS7: ;; I

= Tlint Mane the goad for. == 'vailable. to cur cues and make !

a' that I it czr, to ovvn i Ford Car. ';IV:;

WHATEVER a family's circumstance in life we y. t! -- *

devpte our professional abilities' with the A ::- d' ==I '

c same sincerity and courtesy ,


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RATBi nrt ....rt108 Ida Ulne: *ul>trqiwnt Inmrttou

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""'l"t JD: Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7;
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pl_'...... -TIle "*v. tt N m. It.-HI: League nt 3:60: --I
Sunday school alt't I Senior League at '41 I i
s7.iker. pastor p. m. Subnormal Conditions Re- VOIll 'I'ltUCKne ion. good "' 0.
| L ...: S. L. McClaoahan *u- meeting at 7.Do p. m. quire Abnormal Ef- ; I tor, Stake body, (*!5. Ruggl At
.rIMend. Preaching at 11 a. m Choir practice at 7:10 Friday evens MODKKN'rurnlahod Heriland.
h<' u" rurreal.
as T.IO; p. m. B. T. P. U. lag. fort is Theory I .
See Dr. Tower
I p. m, Water Bock pre.. Silver Palm--Rev. It. T. Games. Mill fALK.-Klnn big King oranges

nt. New and Interesting proms Sunday school every Sunday at Anotlii-r mmr; <>.lvt. mlv.rtln UK II FOR HALK-A few Ideal breedtafeeckwel 2Sc dos Le Robbins. NDrnsdway. .

each week. W. M. U. meet 10 a. m. i preaching services campaign with newspaper, displaycolumas to month old Pare IHoi-W City

. > every third Wdnday of the first and third Sunday of each carrying the brunt or theattack whH*. Bin sturdy fellow t"OIlI''

I oath at HOO: o'clock. month at 11 a m. and 7:10 p. ra.i III promised for this year dam with high production' FOR EXCHANGE

J<\>b. 1-Mnralnn KrrntoatItTTIw Junior League and Intermediate by n. K. Whit, advertising manager Jpcord Drive around and see _
I Good Shepherd;" evening League .:IO P. m.t prayer meeting or the Chevrolet Motor Com them. Meyerdal Farm Avocado WILL TRADE ale' modern 8-room

- ? rrat "Intelligent Stit-ktel at TIO P. m. Tuesday drive and Richard road a miles, bungalow for a good car Writ

----It ... Princeton The h*.. H. T. pany. west: of Krom Ave / Doc: 12 71. Station A.
. 1K'foe'otInt'lldar Gaines, paator. preaches the first Long one of the nation' leading
Prayer
and] third Sunday .acli monk at I advertisers. the Chvttt erR.r- BABT CHOCKS now 1011I'8.-11.'
f evening at '180. Th!* will boi
i blr/hdayew'...k... TlHe prw* p. m. The Rev. Percy Whltwerth, nation lent Its endorsement to the Aach, 111 pee 100. Ilanty room I rust KEM

Nt Kill be acted la give tlielrbirthday supply pastor, preaches the second pulllnir power of the newspaper' by for custom hatching Homesteads
tell about and< fourth Sunday at 11 a. m. using C.Tne dallln and weeklies t Hatchery la the Growers Supply FOR mNT-Nlo.; roomy well fur-
And to
[ announce Its new till c > in November Store nlnhod apartment Ught-waler
their nwond birth Into the PENTECOSTAL OHCRCn OF the largest ntvipaperrhedul furnished. |IO a month. A'.*
f [Kingdom of.God.j FOR 8ALK a-Burntr Oil Stove.I
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THE ASSEMBLIES or UOUGoulds over und hy Chevrolet comfortable! bedrooms night er

.-C. C. Hanhergr, pat t* one campaign pine the inception In good oondlilen. Practically weekly. Rate right Mr.. Lena .
j CATHOLIC Mr. T. O. Solfert
ter. Sunday school at 1:41 a. m.: of the company* This move, new $13.40. Lawrence, Uoffetl Apta, ene
Church of The Sacred Heart 17 N. W.Fourth Street
i : preaching at 11; evangelistic service was )node despite .ub'IIorn\al bus U'U'j block: went eUy talk olOtf
ixneatead. Father Alfred MoDontd :
at 7:4S: B m. Mid-week services tnn condition and the general,
| pator. Inatructlon for ehllll.Jin WIU S>ELL OH TRADE! tor property I
Thursday at 7:45 p. m. Everybody slackened promotion! a<1lvtttt>* ol
Saturday at 1:00 a. m. SundaiJiurch In Georgia Alabama or Tn LOST
welcome: at all services. .i manufacturer In and out of thi.1
services I a. m. with Sun newe II good t-l room houaoe
f [Slay school service following automobile Indu.tr,. In good location In colored town :jl.OKT-silver Pension eat Ite-
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EPISCOPAL made this '\Mr. WhitepUlnd
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mo\'a. All wired, and called.: I also ward for recovery Mrs a 11'
CHTUSTIAjr SCIERC'K a& Holm's,-Th* It.". a P. Jack. ,,", "bfcaun vf are In direct have two good houses In white htetthewa.MISCELLANEOUS.
.a*. rector. Sunday school at It a. accord with the ,frequentlytprrmd 'I '
Florida UI-QrNClwa and : ectlon. Writ DOS 1J71. !Station! 'I
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< service and sermon at 11 a. m ,,< view that the only way A.slvely. i
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I i With ", *.t. Sunday school alI' .
to make "d business good and
IU.OO'H. II!. for" pupil under 6.ysare '' .
pniSBxTCRIAItHomctead food business better I Is to put ab- cultivated cannot afford t* I'I'M UL1J BAnHEHINO-He* Matthews -
| *' ago 1 morning service at uramnur school normal effort Into your activities"I overlook any now mean of approach i 11yr.. Ird Av*. nstfWebnlor
i,I1 .'Flock, Wednesday evening
when fan subnormal condition to that market
auditorium. Th Rev. John C. you -
netting which Include teatlmon- 1' To Hale
J the; n
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Oekeler, pastor Sunday school at "We art continuing to use
I [lain of Christian Science healing Farm--* '111'1111ltord for what
-= J Slrfv?>'oloclt. .All are cordially lOGO a. m.. J. M. Holferty, auperIntendent "Not only did we carry the Urgent r radio and the screen to supplement was formerly known as a h .lut"
newspaper schedule w* ever and buttress our newspaper
Preaching at 11
a. m.
ti welcomed. fut lubdlvlHlon Florida Grown,
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> Feb. 1-Ncnnon toplei Milts used but we e'nllnted new form: campaign lust a* we ban alw.r.1)

' ; cncnrn F CHlusTHomestead.7orner Hpallnc Alira0k'e of ,,_.." of adverting 14 put our hew car'I| used national magazines, outdoor, --
of Avenue menage across Doth the radio board, direct mall and other media MURPHY'S
Till semen In number six lit I
.. |A and Firth rtre4t. Bible limon. and the motion picture screen were for the same purpose.
(Inwrta* cm the life of ,,_... I TRANSFER CO.
?1Ia. a. in.; communion liI added this year; Both are new "Th newspaper however, continue -

v ft. ... t : media In our program, and both to form the backbone of our Hoom t McOrory Arcade

s .. Bring Up Your ChildIn were added liecvu a manufacturer l campaigns, and for the present will
O Hauling of Every: Description
t..j
> GOD Best Possible Way with a national market Inten- continue ta do *o. It In live parlance Prompt Service Phone llt-n
< .' iron''I.ol.-
II 'Ain. Rev" W. p Moon, pastor There Skew! MnOtm hall and thy rpstcph Interfere.,'..
shouldn't be any guesswork fired Man ( beast down I -- ,
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f Sunday *cbooUUI: t a. m.: B. C. bringing by
Murphy luperlntendent Treach'- about up children. the roadside): "Ho hint I've NEWT G. BALLNotary
And there needn't b In this all- "
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ktgat11 a. m. and 7:30p.m. C. walked a mil* and only tooted a USE MANGANESE
/lini>nij nt tank you can have theexpert couple or t.t.n-Eachan.a. 1- :
O. Society Itpq p. m., Lucille i Public
vounwl of the greatest child
[Murphy, president Prayer inert
tug T':10 P. m. Wedneeday. In- specialists, famous pedlutrlclaps E. C. CIIRONISTER nun ivsriMNc-K AND

ftorniedlat. boyi' torlrty 7-10 p. m.Tuesday. and educators. You can keep Digesti bler' KINDRED LINES
closely In touch with what *clentlfta Plastering Contractor 1
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Women' Mlmlunary "'" I LEGAL DOCTMRXTfl tXWU
Union, Wednesday I p. m. A. cordial and research workers are finding as milk too S.W. let Place 1\01liWI RtXTt.T DRAW
out concerning the nature and
invitation to join In the* itself I Iae Homestead Fla
Mervlcea In extended fo ..verone. need of children. You ran be a -w > ; I II II U 11. Kroma Av*.
thoroughly well-informed, up-to-

CHURCH OP THE NAZARENE date parent and rear your children I I I,

.'.! .-Corner Mowry Bt with\ the expert help of the greatest -

[end a W. Fourth Avenue. W. A. authorities In the fielden e HAIR SHOULD BE TRIMMED

Helton, paator. Sunday school at though you may live far removed /i

[>0; preaching at 11 a. m. and TIO from the specialists, because In Q ,, i ,.
It m. Young people' society ':10 the pages of "Th rare lOti' Main EVERY TWO WEEKS

t,'m. Prayer meeting Wednesday line" the** leader advise. and help '

.. |it f'O p. m. A hearty welcome to parents scab month with their To prevent an unruly neck line and to always
an. of child rearing :
a dally problem NEW
rtmncnon--Th* 1'1.,. F. W. from crib to college. This magas'ne I present a well-groomed appearance, have your

IICo Mor, paator. Sunday Bible : treat jlth simplicity and onderstandlng I bob reshaped every two weeks. .

school at 0: 45, J. a Underwood, such vital matters aieovrlng in

Superintendent. Preaching at 11 obedience. baby care, how j i ito delight I HAIR CUTTING SHAMPOOINGAND

k'n, and T p. m. Young Peoplei* tell about sex, correcting finicky ,

Itoclety at t p. m. Midweek pr y- apppttt helping the adolescent I Cheese flavorStill
|toy meeting every Wednesday at overcoming temper tantrum, cul- FACIAL MASSAGING

IIP.JETA.NGKUCAI.. m. Ivatlng good habits characternlnlng ;
elc Hundred of thou- ,I tootherKrtft-Pheoix FOR KAHia AND GENTLEMEN)

LUTHERANTlallantTh. nand of mother and father area I j triumph I New digestibility,
| Rev E. L. Wlod.enmann mulling themselves ut the mnita-
SHOP
health qualities and delicious1 BUSH'S BARBER
[ pastor. English services Ine'n rounsel, Why not send ln |

|vry second Sunday, at S p.0,; your subscription today Th. ...it- | new flavor added to cheese. 20 \iill1tt Kllt'MK AVKM'KIP

*rman Services, every fourth ItClp'oft( rates are-1200 fur one ; In Yclveeti all the valuable
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'liuday In each month, at t p. m. year or 13.00 fur three T"M.relsuhs. j properties of rich milk are

FREE METHODIST .-rlpttone will ,... roc<.1\,1 atf I j retained. Milk sugar, calcium!

Florida City-J. W. Tambly, the office of III. newspaper' ors, gad mineral Good for ever YOU NEEUtwonnttMna-

Mor. Sunday school at 1 p. m. may he sent direct to the H N. r>.- "JUi.INfI: noonsmxjvs
|Aft.. J. W. Tambl,,,, *up rlntndfnt tnt,including the children.
III" l"l<'"t. The 1'innta' Mae.'n'.1; I tllt.MUKh IUPAIICfc.U OH (:..lltlMTT01tK
Preaching it I P. m. Prayer 251 Fourth Ap" New York N. "Velvecta spreads, slices, or GO TO
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,"tlng Tuesday at T SO p. m. -\dv. T.1, melts and toasts instantly.Trya

onnir People' Illusionary Society --- half pound package today. CAMBER MILLWORK SHOP
kvnday at T:SO p. m. Junior Hilary I
Sharp Retort
Society Saturday at I p. m. The knife-grinder met an old I KRAFT

fr and. "How arc things with you

[ PtorM MFf 110ttniT(Ate rmnniualty, irjSCOPAU: Church asked V'Rplendld the friend.," was the reply. "Otv.erything's "I V/elveeta G. R. Oldendorf & CO.PLUMBING.

f-Th* Rr. ,
I. \ Johnson, pastor "
a* dull a* ors he -i;iExctangs.
L ) aday chool. 10 a, m.4 Mrs. Nsll I V the Delicioui New there Foii '
| | Uulllna, superintendents preach-

rat 11 a. m. and TIO p. m.Fpwerth ..U '
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League at I p. m. .
Redland.-fibs Rev. George B.fr We tiuv' Installed a I

et pastor Sunday school 16 EUGENE PERM:' ENT WAVE MACHINEWith
r o'clock. puhlla. worship at 11
itpworth league, 7:10 p. m. Twn F;;lion Steamers I QF ALL KINDS

itork Harbor Community Cbnrcb This type Mach i, : > complete control of the i
-Nand ol Key Larto. The Rev
Pry Qetman, paator Preaching steaming.. Tin: in roots are steame'l All work guaranteed.

fy Sunday at tJO p. m.nmor ) longer than the u ,,.. nds.,


>i8f EPISCOPAL SOUTH i CAM'S BARBER SHOP AND
VCMt stone Ctiurrb-Ham- Phone, write or call in person

r-44ehji boo'et'4:46.lrr0 WOOsOL panter -, BEAUTY PARLOR 101 North Krone Ave. Phone SGSRThursd
nddp e mrvl "
+ Etusoll. superintendent. I


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Page Twelve THE t HOMESTEAD LEAD: E'R : Thursday January X1; ::L I'

Former Resident Here ..,, J. Pinfold' aeka th.t wrong may be righted,"
.. LIONS HEAR C. MIAM SHOWS' TOM -
Dies at Miami Beach, j.. h and very on* that per this i The children from. the" Hade.County .
.. a visit report anything I' homo will... libel gU.M. elr
KETTERING AND DaaM Olivia If, .... Homstead ,PiraiTMTSONFESTIVAL that I* not right t* the office or Miami MXP .lttoll Show 'odn,1':,1
r resident died at his home, I the ahew company to that the day "
EDDIECANTOR! 4 If Buolld ...n e. af}aml Beach '
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LOTS
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Thursday, Jan at slide a long utI. -
i 1 I...*. Funeral eervlpe were ron '

; Homestead Delegation Attends \\4Uf4 In Miami at the Saturday Tan Ortdol by the mortuary Rv-' Children from DAde Count C Citrus, --------1 r < I:

r, Meeting of Club I w|Frank Roach of the White Temple, ty dome, to be GuestsWednesday :..

at Miami Beach [church- and burial we la the 1,___, f
Road and ;
1 1 I Miami Memorial cemetery. Bur-. ;
i tlvore Include his wife, Mrs. Eunice w ... .,w.w.w....-.-.-..--........w...,1 '
Member or the Homeateid tlo"'!Kirby Davis and two daughter) which are well known In the at.te' 4
i Ink attended a meeting of the Mr, Bertha Orlchfteld of Lo A.. of Florida, "'11pl h ttalr tents I
\ll iaml Beach Lktn nub today and Soles, *nd Mr*. Vld 'Davunn .f: on the Feetlval grounds V.b. & WHEN w' HOMrsTKAn %isrr '
heard Kddl Cantor ramous com-' Mlnonk, HI. Mr. T. D. rich of and the public la assured of a ch-an MEYERDALE
i"illnn, end f'herle* Kettering, 9r> Ttvmetad I* his niece' show. according to K.lot FAH'Mthe :! _,
:lent of th" research department.r .' /.Oust people attending the fun.entl advance agent who M9Cun"j home of I'.ce.
.< rlenerai) Melon, talk en the' eooi were Mr and Mr, rich Homestead for more than ; ,
i omlr iltwitlon I making preparation for HONEY SWEET ::
mil their eon. ;leeeph and Jud. PAPAYA MfiLOKSi :
e "KddCenter brought forth I Iin Catherine Plckard, MeLand Ing.
on. Mr* Moiety Drive and;Richard Road two mile west of Kromo A .
; ny laughs l>v hlr witty remark Mr*. E A, Monte, Mr And Mra Among the ride that the.hOW'1 :::
"n present economic trouble and a I. cuult Mr* J. T. Vann, Mr has this' year are the
>I. auggeitlon for their correction. .nd Mr L D. Wyman round ferrla wheel chair-o- J. F. MeycpAM ;
"Io also "turned *.Tlou" lone Mr. and Her. Davis cam tohomestead two ride for the little
tough to answer far thoM pre. II jeer ago and built! a tllt-a-whlk that has never beenn 1'\'K1'V: I'OR .nfPPIXQ AM LFIlV5'RiL: : TU
nt any question concerning the o"l'Iom. avenue and I :able part of Florida before. HXI'ItHns 0.1
heater which they cared to ink thVboue Eighth atreettM.! W.. now occupied ; !The shows are all .blab clan and I
Mr Kettering delivered in ad- entertaining," maid X,. MoCun. -
la y Mr and Mrs Sam MeKlnetry.
roan In which he stated that an This place wbloh was their burnsfor They Include such feature a* the ,
red la the present economic.nnvaganEa ex.t circus side show with freaks of
several veara, at that time eon I
\ t t would com only when nature and light. that are ever .
"' nroducti "n.,," and different elated of three acre Mr. DavieaIre forgotten a* '1'..... Ton, weighing BEANSBountiful ;
built tilt hone Meet of the : : :
Hough to tempt : pend their money again win be <.t. Both girl are entertaining
by J/fra. hint fljrnr
produced bf the manufacturing and In the beet of health and each .$9.BOBus'hel
i OnOHMM.Tb I. looking for a husband that can;
meMed Uone who wr Olympia ClasiHears I toed her Black Valentine 9.00 Bushel

sitting In a 'bod,. wr Introduced Homestead Talent "Then there I* the body of John Fordhook Limas ......................".. 15.00 Bushel :
to these present 1 r W. 1. risks, Wllke Booth, who In IMS shot
president .f The loft club and Mix Lulu Smoak, actxmipanlei and killed President Lincoln. This Giant StrIngless ..?. 9.50 Bushel

r program rhalnmh, Paul Runen' by M,.. Mnrl -Morrla, rang two la note was figure but a real body Refugee 100 to 1 .......'... 7.65 Bushel
In behalf ot flio ortanlxatnm, 'ft oloa, "tlap,", HUT*" sea "Openthe and It la oa display. for the benefit'! '
tended an Invitation to all present Gates *f the Tmpla" alt file of hlirtory JTho Stringless Refugee 11.5tnJwhel.Burpee .
to Attend the regular Homestead aen'Ic. of the Olympia Men' Bible lecture oa .Beoih that you Stringless Green Pod .. 9.50 Bushel
Mona Club me.tln.t Tuesday cine last tlnnday Dr Herbert .hear ),I,.. Harkln deliver oa the
and to visit the Redlaitd District I'Wolf played a violin 'number.I ;' platform and the sworn itatementa Davis Wax ... 10:60": Bushel
Fruit Festival. George M. Thomp. ..rgo." hat you are allowed to read will Hodson Wax 11:00: Bushel l
on. Miami attorney, will prove beyond a doubt that It I* the
ih* local Lion at tint dd..1 Redland High Defeats body that w* claim It to b*. All *
..; meeting doctor and undertaker are urged
THE KILGORE SEED CO.
Member Of the local Lions Club i Miami Basket Team to see and examine the bedy."There ,
who wr present at the me.tln.j are numerous othershows
of the Beach club Thursday noon "the boy1 basket ball team of that will appear en the big 140 N. W. Fifth St., MIAMI. Phohe! ..2075nOMFJiTF.At
were: W. I. Flake president of he Ttedland High School' defeated bright midway, and In order to I
j the club; A. n. Uvlngaton, Paul a team from the Stanton Memorial held boot your Festival, the nan- ) HrUI>4jl'AltTr.Hii
HUMell Horace O Thurman Cordon Church of Miami Tuesday night on
I Ivey, Douglass Rosalie and the lledland court by a score of E. N, WEBB'S WAREHOUSE
USE MANGANESESlIIIMIIIIIltllliliiiiiiiiiifiriiiirimiiiini -
Charle* Culbertton. Mint Mary T-10.. .
Tower who ha. been chosen .a the
I l.lonn' candidate for queen of the 1111111 IIlIlIlIIlIlfll"lnllllilllllllll 111I III I 1111I1111111111111I111I11111111I1111"11I1 II i .
I fruit Festival Ross preeent also I DE.TESTI 1ONIAILS J I 'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIN 1llIIIIIIIIIIIilllllil II'11I1111111110'11111I11I11I,'1I1I1I1II1I1.ltlllllllllllllll/l i 1111111111111I11111 I 1I1111111111


LOCAL I'. U Wheat GIRL county HKArS purchasing AIDE II :' ;;; : ;'

Early Grapefruit:
agent has appointed Ml.* OIU ,
llohertnoa of Florida City a* his 3: I 1
iiMlitant MUM Robertson has been = i
Every in the Redland District has his
Inbin for the pant five fear a* Y grower

tecretary to the director of tinnee. S1 heart set on early grapefruit. He knows he must


.. One> Down SE have it early in order to get a fancy price. "iS

An .nth'Ualutlo angler took his
friend flihtnt. Th friend knew
nothing about the gentle art, and OUR EARLY BLOOMER 1.1
the experienced one had to give TRAFFIC:: OFFICER
him ell the neceuary tackle The
I..GOO FYe
I I angler started fishing a few yard 1.4I
I' upetream Presently the novice Says' I 17-00
told:
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'! i "How muchdo, thOM red and Somethin's got to

t green"Tou thing mean eclat the?" float Oh-I be done About this has withstood the test for five years and has not i

,use about 1 dim," llusco brake linin' or failed take chance E
to through yet. Why J
come a
"Well," said tIM nevlee, "I ..*' it'll be the dump fer H ,t

TU dime. Bur.Jto --.mine has ..unk.Am.rtca. ."- mine. .Ain't been a | with something else when you know that this

Doubt About That asJt.ur'OQ Corner since drivers this here g mixture will do the work. 'r :

Teacher "Which travel the got wise to its holdin ;::::to
faitar-h*,,t .r wr end 1 '
even
qanlities
Pupil "Heat. *( COli'..." Groves should be fertilized early this year, as

l Teacher: "Why 4o ...\1. think when it's rainin' they ; it is cold and and the fertilizer should be ;
; or stop before I gets a | dry put ,

told.Pupil""-Echn"Docaue'", you can catch chance to eus. H on early in order to get a bloom in January or the =, i

I 'H first part tf February. O 'ft.!

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-Three-fourths of the early grapefruit shipped out

Dade County this year was grown with Redland Brand Fertilizer. I iFlorida


,)I .. LINING East Coast/ Fertilizer Co.. :

MOORE'S == .
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)JANUFACTURERS'I'

e .' GARAGEr. I
Itedlaxd Brand Fertilizer


Ffegfer Ave. and FRANK, B. RUE, Mgr. HOMESTEAD, FLA.

p> 'E. oecond t.

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