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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: February 12, 1931
Publication Date: 1923-
Frequency: daily (except sunday)[<1926>-]
weekly[ former 1923-<1925>]
weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (June 14, 1923)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1931.
General Note: B.E. Archer, editor.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Succeeded by: Homestead enterprise
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THE HOMESTEAD LEADER j




OLUME VIII-NUMBER. 35. HOMESTEAD FLORIDA THURSDAY FEBRUARY 12 19:11.: PRICE FIVE CENTS





I PARK BILL PASSED BY SENATE I ITO





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ORGANIZE Over 150 Local Persons to Appear ROAD TO STATE PARK CITED

In College Comedy Here Next Week


THREE SCORE "1 p terra i !I AS APPROACH PRESERVE




AND TEN CLUB Z1tlb Haut I IN REPORT OF COMMITTEE


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Homestead Chapter Seen No Proposed Routes Indi- ability of ntaklnf en enttitn III'A
the Interior ot the park il th. ,intern -
As Second Club of cated on Map in Rec- boundary .* the Tii,ul.nll

''1 Kind in World ommendationLOOP Trail" he Mid "It the loon Mudgoea

through. there will nimbly
TWO HERE TO AID AROUND AREA bo .n entrance at or near 1>:\.igladia .-
m the west coast 1)4 ,in- "
CLEMENT IN MOVE ONLY SUGGESTIONCape '
road John the
other hero the loop
oversee highway at the o-lco of e
Trustee, .,. of Miami Club Sable Road Would the mainland. Then where the

Spends 'Wednesday Be Entrance for YearsIn Ingraham highway enter thi natloual "
THE ALUMNI CHORUS park area jtould be th. lor
Making Plans Any EventThe
teal place for a third entrance, an
Twenty-_lght business men of The star football player' of BUI'I .
the heart of the preserve i must
Effort to organlae. a Homestead I Homestead will coiuprla the flapper Rule College I I. supposed to bill for the creation of easily acreilbl from Mli, lit by
Three Score and Tort Club were chorua of "The College Flapper a. special football practice, but Instead Tropic Everglade National Park this routes \
started Monday when I. B. Clement ," a modern comedy Which will he la calling at a sorority I was paaaed by the senate Tuesday Tha Ingaham highway wouldbe
0{, Princeton, o charter memberand be aimed Thursday and Friday house which U entirely annlnst the might and la now awaiting" action ,the only road Into the Tropic
ttsi.tee of the Miami Throe night Ot next week at tho Homestead rules laid down by the coaon. The by the houne The hou! .. commit Everglade National Park "" two
floor*and Ten Club, spent moat ot grammar school auditorium coach (Harold Oxford) sonde leo on public land line already re. or three years In any event," \fi .
tiff do r In Homestead and vicinityenllellnr under the auspices of the Woman'a Monk, the trainer (Ivan Moeer), ported favorably a similar bill Introduced Livingston concluded.
old In getting those ell Missionary Society ot the il E. over to the sorority house to find by Ruth Bryan Owed. ----
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glhle. fop, mumbertfclp rewlelend l Church, South Moro than 110 Jerry (Douglas Roselle). Jerry passage by both houses seems are -
_, )tr, ail"' Vra, Oa" ge W, Tui .,....:.. ot\.n..11I'Ii.d .n4..Mt\ and..,Mm" thep1Mya 'rest'w ; will bekpe'ir from the teunrW trI *,,'1 tt kr' VoTtttl 'h- CURB MARKETS IN

. rranoloo FtelMa signified their An up-to-date college comedy caught there, so with the help of ate. bill reported, there b.. beer
r readlneaa to become charter memo with a thrilling football dory,. his gill Jean 11I're. Walter Nelson soma speculation In Homestead, MORE CITIES OF
ber. of the dub and caoperateo "Tho College Flapper" Is a play and a freshman ho hide .In the which la only alt miles test of the
arrangements were "e for written by the Universal Producing housemother's room. The old proponed park'* eaetern boundary.
prospective members to register Co. and directed by Mia Vivian housemother has lust left but the I ta to what roads are cnotemplttteJ STATE SAID NEED
with George W. Turner Jr, tO& N ButterfU'ld ot Kalrfield. Iowa. new one I* Coming next day and In opening the preserve to the public -
Kromo avenue, Mr. Flultaa, II who arrived In Homestead Hurt has all her clothe there, In orderto An examination of the mac -
South! Krome avenue, or Mr week to assume charge of preparations sneak out of the sorority house i :In the report ot the senate committee Farmers of Five Counties
Clement at Princeton Thou applying for the missionary ..,elet,. Continued on rage Eight) on public lands, which recommended -
at Princeton mar leave their the bill, allow that no Oversupply Miami
names at )leVlck.". store Mr routes have yet been Indicated CurbPowersWith
Clement mid. Persons of either MORE POULTRYAT Want Cape Sable Road The only reference to roads la contained -
sea abe have passed their I9lh "aMeealjlllty '",
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Taken Over by State In the Mellon on the trower' of five fumumUsing
year and reside In the territory ," and only"roada how In existence -
the Miami Curb Meeker *a
from Qoulda Jp Florida City are FESTIVAL IN Prominent
elidible to flan to get the representative are mentioned. an pullet for their fruit and pro-
The Miami memberahlp of Dado and Monroe Counties to I I" the following statement: I duce there to an *v..-upply thntTeaulllng
Three Score and Ten time the area
: "At the present P
Club I la the only orgnnlaatlon ot 1932 FORESEEN Introduce and *..*)1 support for a proponed for a national park la' Ie Hade growers In ,lowered Frank prima Panel for. 1

Hi It. kind In the country and hoi bill doilgnatlng the road fromHorMet..a" crossed by automobile rood at two Miami market master, to'il thhlnmeetead ..
name copyrighted. No other to Cape sable a state pieces, namely, by the Tamlaml Lions Club Tuesliy In
Club of that name may be organlaed Steffani Says Demand In- road Of preferential character an Trail on the north, by the Key I advocating the alabllehment o< i
except with the Miami club aa tile dicates Twice as Many that a creditable highway would West highway en h. out, and approached chain of public markets 'n the I
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parentclub./ It la Mr. Clemmt'i 1'.lnI'I1.t.' .
be reedy by the time the new at the Royal relieve the Inflow
elites to
desire Next Year various
Coops
to 1Iatb.. I
Homestead club Tropic (:Everglades' National Park Park on the eaut" Miami an..rktL
the at the
second Three Score and Ten la opened to the public, were made Continuing the report says that .
Club to be organized In the b mad In till A* lent as the sanitary r.'iulr.ment -
United Provision must Wednesday by the Homestead notary ho only ways that the western and ,
States Later clubs will be organ I.n Fruit Festival for a poultry and other market rules ar
Club W. R. Nelson, attorney. southern portlona of the area can
laid 'In other cities o( southern exhibit twice a* big aa that of this was appointed to confer will be visited at present are by boat met there I. no way to prevent
Florida ,..ar'. festival In the opinion of Made'* representative In Miami and plane the farmer of Monroe IXN'oi-
The Miami club which now has County Agent C. II. Bteffanl. That and assist In drafting the bill. paaa.age "Brnull craft Including motorboats ler and Broward counties from
1.\1' membera, has specious quarters he Redland District I is retting poul- of which la hoped for at the canoes and rowboats can using the Miami curb mark.i onan
at 131 Venetian arcade, which ry-mlnded la Indicated In the tact session of the"..rlelature which penetrate many mile. Inland from equal footing with Dade .untyrrowora j
would bo open to the membera of ''that adult who" Bow the exhibits begin In April ho coast and cruise around among 10[.. Power auld. t' It.
the Homeetead club ..whenever., of the Future Farmer and '-II :Efforts will be made also to have ho labyrinth of Mandi and Interconnecting Iteffanl, county agent, oo.rel>o...'
might be In )110mJfr, Clement Club boy* duringth* tint day of Kromo avenue extension to tile watrrwaya. Tha town ed thla statement by Mr Pnw.ibut ".
aald. There la a library and a the Kmtlval went home and Tamlaml Trail designated a* a atata of Evergladea on the north and I said that careful grading; mid
lounge and entertainment rooms brought back the pride of their road entitled to maintenance hy lower Mati"-Minho Key on the superior quality product wire thebeat >
with facllltlei for playing thou, (lock* until there were no more the elite road department Announcement south, at present offer baae acMaalbl weapons In meeting \llftld"'
checkers. cards and other game* exhibit coops available. It had was mad that this by rail and by automobile om petition.H. .
.Many of the membera Just alt I been thought that the Future road. cloned "Inca December on rom which motor boat *rules. I' Jt Qallaher of flllior "Putin
.n..n4 ud,, talk and ravel In the I Farmer and 4-H eihlWt would account of repalra, had been reopened inert now be started" -- slid fl. E. JJvlngaten .( Horn.' tr,,d.
congenial companionship laid the I be all tilt poultry for which It to traffic without ell *ur -The only road construction propound 'wore appointed front the Umwrinb
Princeton member. Regular club would be nee, -ry t* provide facials It was pointed out that by advocate of tho park lat t. -operet. with Mr row-m In '
meetings are held every 'Thursday I without ell couth from working out a plan for a. .e',lea or
The beat poultry exhibit by a top dressing of the loop road extending I
at ':JO p. m. In the First Christian I adult was mad by E. a. Dibbleof road would anon be Irj a state of rt Myer on the wear court ele*- I curb market to be control d .y
Church .on N. E. Fourth street.Tlues I Mr. ..,, -
boundaries Made County grower
southern
Htdland. with white Wyan- disrepair again and that the reworking ho western and
are U.ot a year, with no of the ors wia ono of the pioneer actu..aits t
i deltas; second place went to W. necessary would bo more of the mainland portion
other Obligations entailed. O. Talbott Of Qoalda, who exhibit- .xpen...* than the all turfeccwould park; and connecting with the Oversea this. motion aad redded hen'i
.d a cat of Anatralarpaj while be new Frank Rue, Qeeen highway at tile eastern until ho moved to Miami some >< arm
Marble to Await
Play
bird place went to C. R Gutter- Rive and Luther Chandler Were boundary of the park. A. nJvlngaton. gO.
'I,, Warmer Weather Here Man of TUdlaad who exhibited appointed from the club lo appear on. 0' Ernest F. Coo' 'The Lions may moot whir the
light Brahamana Prices wen blue before the county commlMlonenI aides, aald when questioned this Homestead notary Club next week
Indefinite ft itponement of the ribbons, I request that the oil surfacing ftornoon. No lateral roads to lu discolor davolopinonU In the protect f
marble tournt sponsored by were a* follow White Mlnortta be don. now' Nnotrate the Interior at the park for oataMtahlng an airport it
the Homt**< dons Club gar the 11.... V. Si. Orennell, tiNt; barred 13. L. Hook. Jr. and A. H. Hlnma have been proposed he eald. Homestead and to hear a deflnfc'nropoeal ,
chool children)*! Hotde,9ead. nor- rock, Mr*. I. C. Vdlllna second: were appointed from the Rotary "With the little Intereatlng scenery from a Miami bank rvinrdlng .t-
Ida City and ."Ttfdland wall announced Rhode Island redls., v.... J. E. Club to aid the Chamber ot to be found In the park area the opening of n Denis Ii
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thl Vk by C. W. Cul- Elder, first; turkey Mr.. Wder, Commerce airport committee now long the Tamlaml Trail, there according to an an noon m.nt
fccrtaoa, tourniateat chairman following first I ; black moncov dock, lira.U trying to work out detail necessary would nut seem to be muck prob- made. at the meeting Tuesday !
request: received from the :I. Brown, first: white leghonia.In. to the selection of a landing Mine> Anne Path song to plane
school prindt'n.altable! y\ Vaa .ler Elkln second; buff field site W R. Nelson Chas T \\ IN ritUKA accompaniment bf Mr MaiiflMorris
'Ver was given II rplngtona. )Ira, Van lr Efklne, hc.... IT, anal A. H. Hlnman William Forayth won first pricn hiss, Nosey ttoyor u ,. IhHi "
the reaaoo QvinaU caool principal third were appointed to work out a play tile manual training ihll.lt At I >niotrad high rbool -. mar
*. who w/t70811'.' ,! th.' t.nrjnaineat I 1'" ir II Url. .il Ih'IH shade or some other form nr entertainment the Festival last we.'k. J>ek Dr.i.' I attest ..t the liii,> 1'llI'ooa4"
Uk/tioi: E8fn'r vlh, n "ll% i, 1,I ''n"'c- Vlrirlnl. l I'.n.y' lint;i to h* pre*'nt.'4 to the 11,1, ,1,111 son won second end Knrly U.nhhIM. II,on, K>.\iih ,Anil>0>', M t x.' t '

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Two THE HOMESTEAD LEADER Thursday, February 12, 1931.
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r "I''I office assistant and apcrlnlWkbtrUiutor i
Mr. Hawed bad
worked un Philadelphia new up*-I homestead's Only
In and Around ....,. and In the autfrar o' a tot i t

ante of poeina...- !I \ r i
O
etcht-peiuavd dawhter "Jtmrn :
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Homestead M Mr and Mr* C. Bin I
,I ftolan Tuesday men at the Hunt''
h_'''''. This their third chll.lMn.
to I' ,

Mary Manley ham been lit'-
II' and Mr*. A. O nub Of Red. Miami spent Tuesday In Homestead l Ing In her garage apartment since "
I nnrt had Hi their guests hot Sae'I. visiting Mr and ...... N.WIJatt &*> return from Diytena !?teach h
i 't Mr and lore WIlL Kelly OII and friend Tb Jordan who
",,,I, 'leln III. who are .pel\dlll. formerly were residents of Horn*. u 1 1M
It O. nur'lIo was rrrux
i'h'I inter, In MiamiUrn stead. moved to Mtaml from T.ni|>. (IfI
erlnt from an attack of influence
two weeks .... Mr' Jordan litIranlln'lf {
Buffered a relapse this week un I
1A.. Hnuamin. who baibe oalewnan for a whotooatiidrug .
to again confined to his bed. I
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1\ visiting. her' ton end daughterit firm
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"bw I>r. ind Mr*. Frank Ran -- -
uta"n at Homeatead for the lad Harry Cooper and H. H Doing FLORIDA CITY We Give Profit Sharing Cer-
Ihr... month, l.ft Monday night returned to Homestead Wednesday
___ .j' FREE tificates all Purchases for
._ for her' homo la Tuscaloosa,. Ala. having been gone 'M" on
"I.n.:
she was oempaold homo bj an automobile trip to Mia Olive Kennedy U recoveringfrom Rogers' Siherware.
|)r. Hauenwn who will spend tin Topeka. Kanane where they ape*! an attack of flu at the City

dart th.r.. two tlvea.days ana a half. Halting' rela. : ate Hospital I* taking Worcester a training. Mao course. .where for j SELOX, the Speed Soap, 2 pkgs.. 25c

l1 Mi.. W. A. Murphy of W.ldln Mr. and M... \Vm. Van Winkle .- I ,
drl Krom avenue, will and children.. Klwood. and Melba, Macaroni 3 20c
near The ministers of the Miami Die Spaghetti, pkgs. .. .
loa,.. Thursday MI route to California flatted. friends In Gouldftunday trlrt of the :M E. Church and ,
,. for an Indefinite visit with their famllle met at the parsonage COCOA, Clover Farm, 1 ]Ib. pkg. 15c
ulatlve On the the will Mop A picnic party to Carribn Cal .
way
with the Rev and Mr* J W. Johns -
II New Orleans to visit l Miss Dbl any on Matervmbe Wednesday was ion Monday for a o'clock Cake Flour, Clover Farm, l Ig. pkg. 29c
Hinting. who formerly resided made UP of Mr. and. Mrs. (Dennis. to which they all
nor
hers.nd" In Las Angele she will E Carroll Mr and Mr*. Unk. Victor uted. Dinner was fallowed by 41n-1 Coffee, Clover Farm, Vac. Pack 35c
,11 an uncle and Mia. France E. Downer Mia Maud C. "Bleat Be the TI." .
Fres.her. who I* attending ochooltkoro Minor Ml.. fxirn and Mr and eong prayer then tho gueat Hominy, Clover Farm, 2-21/2 cans 23c
.
Mr B. W. Morrta.Mr and admired the flower and
vegetable I
garden and were given gen- MILK, Tall Pet, 3 cans . 25c
W E Koon of Homestead ro '. and Mr. J R. Campbell are eroue bunches of both flower and I
turned Tuesday from Key West, spending t*. week In Homestead vegetable to take home with
where ho pent the hat three while Mr. Campbell clean up. I them I Lard 100% Simon Pure
1 months on balllleI. _. grove for Fred Milla.r' The guests Included District I 3 lb. Pail 499r
.
tnperintendent Glenn C. June i> r
\ and 11.... W,, J. Turk of Albany A. O Johnson of Palmetto and Minnesota who I I. visiting In Miami
Oi.. arrived In Homestead hit niece, Mr. .Fair of Cleveland Dr. and) Mr. R A Corlno, MlmWllma DILL PICKLE qt. glass jars. 18c
lost work lo spend tho winter with were repent "loti to.. at the home h,av1.. of J>&vl.: the ReO. ,
their on.In.In* and daughter Mr' of Mr. and Mr. / A. McNellLMr Leon Well. of Hloleah the Ret FIGS, Regular lOc pkg. . . 05c
and Mr*. t.. M Bridge, Arriving and JoI... W. V Meredith Hollywood -
i on Thursday were I. W. Bridgesa.Cher Mary U Robert *f' Hialeah tho Indian River. City paator OATS, Clover Farm, 2 pkgs. . 17c
of L. M Bridge iccontptnled lot"Nt thin week In the the Rev and Mrs J. T. Stratton
by bid' oon-ln-Uw end homo of her non-ln-law and daugh- of AUapattah the Rev C. A. Wagner SOAP, Hard Water, 3 bars . 20c
lighter. Mr. and Mrs, T. B Miller I.., the Rev. and Mn John COekeler. of Bryan Memorial Church
'. of Raaner' 0... who hid boonpending the district superintendent and his SOAP, P. & G., 3 bars . .. lOc
t week In Miami They wife and daughter the Rev and
left for their homo In. .....1'' aftorsending The O.kt.Carter grove on Mr. Jamo. W. Mollln of Railer TOMATOES, while they last, can 05c
I
the day b.... Farm Life Kchoelroad hoe been Memorial the Rev and Mrs. n.1
old to W. II. Haaa, Frank Roach of the White T.mpl.tIWrrll Prunes, Fancy Fresh, 2 tall cans. 25c ;
Mr md Mrs Charles P. Adam and the Rev end Mr*.
or Tnpek Kin. are expected to Mra Harvey Jarred representing Qeo B DeueL Mr. and Mra Hilbert clover Farm H lb. pkg. 19c
.... TA .
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irrh. ,. In Homestead Kunday for a the County Federation of Women Ellis of nol Ind. won .u.
IIt'lIb Mr and Mr'*. It. K Club will speak to the high shoal 1 Cd Orange Pekoe 1-2 lb. pkg. 37c
tCwtng: md family pupil her on Fob. ... Mr. and Mr*. Vernon Rohrer of ,
Miami and Ml** Irene Rohror pent
01i the week-end hem Golden Bantam Corn 17c
H. B. Keenan state Inspector for Four-year-old Nellie Uoyd who
the J O. McCrory Co. *tore spent tad boon a patient at the Hunt Golden Maize Corn... 16c
+ Monday In ftomntoad attending to hospital for several days was taken Roscoe Arbotoat and Q W.. K.t-1 Monarch Teenie Weenie Peas... lOc
i iermaa of Elklna W. Va.,
the company' Interest hero, I. her' homo In Naranja yeeterdayMra. of Mr*, J. K. Bltnmona. arrived,I Sweet Peas. ........_..17c

Sunder for ..two week visit with Sweet Corn ..........-:.. 17c
n F Campbell formerly of Dave A By* of Miami and Mr. and Mr*. Simmons
Homestead but now of Ft Lauder.tale Florida City md Mr*. MrOoy of
WM a business visitor In Kendall underwent operation at An Interesting session of the Coffee )fresh Ground 00

Homestead, Wednesday' Its was' 'he' Poet Graduate hospital this foreign Missionary Society of the Gilt Edge-Ib. pkg. 3Peaches C
mpanlod by Thomai J. Neal week. I Community wee held at the
doe of Ft Uudordilo I b.J
home of Mr*. Shepherd Tuesday -
Lynn Roaavll who pent several, afternoon Korea, the country Del Monte, No. 1 can 14c
i Mrs 1>. p. Harkneo. entertained month her last winter visiting studied was the place In which
Friday Mr and Mr*. Cook and Mr his brother, Paul R. Russell of Mia Nary Hlllman a friend of Hard Candy, 1A lb. pkg., 15c value lOc
i tad Mra. Wilson or Clyde a Homestead, was a visitor at the many of thoe preaont died a few
Fruit Festival but week He la year ago while on duty a. a m roionary EGGS, Fresh Redland, doz. . 33c
Mr ind Miii (Ooorc toll and now aaorlntd with the American .
r Mr' md ...... c'. A. H Jordan of Eagle of Eitro, Fla. a* circulation (Continued on Page Seven) I PORK and BEANS, 3 tall cans. 20c

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:I Flour Ballard & Ballard
Blue Grass :

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c:::: =1 Potatoes, Fancy Maine, 10 lbs.. 30c

Is Candy Time I: APPLES, Fancy Eating, 5 Ibs. 29c

-, CARROTS or BEETS, 3 bunches 25c
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"SI= ORANGES, Redland, 2 doz. . 25c

We have just received a nice fresh shipment of E 11 ONIONS, Fancy Yellow, lb. .... _04c


I Valentine Candy-for your Very Best Valentine. =I CABBAGE, Home Grown, lb.03cMEAT

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1 BACON, lb. . ... 12'/2c

I THE DIXIE DRUG Ii IiI MUTTER, Any Brand, Ib .-0" 33c


HAMS, Swift's Picnic, lb. .. _... 15c

5 Tnt: Y rrasanw.a+ n'OJU' : I I Lamb or Pork Shoulder, I llv. .. 20c

1 I NEW SjIEAFFER! SCHOOL PENS IN STOCK NOW Ii CHUCK ROAST, the besto.25e -..
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S, NFla PORK CHOPS End Cuts IbA. 22c
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3 filer at"Ivrome Homestead Florida flilHpi I

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Thursday bro'I 1931. T"1 HOMES! E A D LEADER Paw Three

Iawkins-Advises- Spray

As Aphis Appears Here I
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,frl.nt*is top! \klnl) I 10 ",", P. J. Franklin
jaunt 'ga'tany Honklnr. .1 1"1",',," Inc
)ethol"j*: the Tr'up"" "I l I. "
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.nIAlIiin; hire II,o'tlt. I ,
9!.1I.nt..Qr..I..d Hi' I? t tuo-
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5rul plan k. to pull theist "I' nt,1,
dtttroy them and nl the 1m.; Um' Phone 40 WE DELIVER Homestead Fla.
; pray the ;iw'nulnng |>l ntfilcollm .1111 n,! ,
attire Mr HII'"kin I
i in Id, It thy nnmlwr of I fruttr '
I ; .liintu to I rff nml the o)\i. doer
:ml feel that h,' i.in front to il'-I
I !troy. them:th.. nlroilm' uprr "" '"II'I' FREE-51bs. Sugar FRESH
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0 tll"l l IV hifi-.titlon If .11'h FLORIDA
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r* 4 plant U literally drpltll' h
I : III*"liitXur*, mid the plant I II
I :a1_" 1QIff'. I caworthta WITH PURCHASE OF EGGS
1 "A ll.ht.spray will bf lurririmt5or
the li'nlnt.,4 plunt where the
I i>bjwt li prevention more than I' 9c
2 Ibs. Our Fresh
i i-urf.,h* Mild, "but the Infested. 6.
I MilM'.v ihouM be sprayed heavily. Ground Coffee for 9 C DOZ.
,9>nhji utmost care taken to .1'i i
3 l Inm. -
3 Ijsphls originate In the night
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:>hiid fwd. and too many grow PAUL'S
3, ,'.lIo, hen keeping their fields MILK L
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rfrrtjtrem! woods County. A< armar**..dale 104a)'
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rVVill.Start, Revival at PEACHES SLICEU-EACII gC RED HILLSYRUP
I -': -= Princeton Tuesday
...-. Vfe Gals. 36eAIUIOUU'S
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S S>Mtiffpll nrR e of v. national Howard rtpuUlloncorduciunr itweeten Pork & Beans ANSE Z5cJ

lwl14 hgjwda a revivalMl VEGETOLE
tlp34fVbtead!! Nazarene('hurr5.li RENNETTS '
Wr tkP dtRwt month w111! LARD 8 lb. Bucket f 8c
vln''h ,
5on Tue 5 jT<< a Mh DOG BONE N8.E 35c
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|\ :a! at'the Nuinnnc Church In
ErcJrietdon.j I PALM OLIVE BEADS 2
Ji'fhneeten is the author ofNo MILFORDI i">, :1.8 pkgs. I7c
= book and the conipoarr 01muslr .
!ooJlII" land H* I* also a 10I -
CORN '2 Ib. 2
jI"at't; For U years h* flea bran cans Z9c GOOD PLAY-SECONDS
Ra.t'\rating anl\lllal He romi
!ttlmfi t"' r:noeton now for the third ROCK-CO. PEARS, No.21/2 can :l9c

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[i X'14o.hI" of the n\'-llnirtinrcfr saynIM"
COCOA 2 lb.
f "T ftiW W. Koll pair: ortbF package 25c FREE-ONE BRUSH WITH PURCHASE
"will be the Ittaly Pinsn -
"the g pt gospel h)mn., The SANI-FLUSH 2
;w. > Vholn will lead andrtMfla RICE 5 Ibs. 25c cans 39c
-D ItA tbureh o..I1..lrll. will1tlecpnp'anjr ,
;fttt ilnpBi
.. KITCHEN QUEEN
MOTHER'S
QUAKER or Flour Plain or Self Rising 85

I. P.E. TJIOXL\LS OATS, Quick or Reg., pkg. lOc 21 lb. Rat

I GREAT T Dried Apples pkg. :lOc
i: NORTI ERN BEAMS, 3 Ibs. 2c ,


ii ii MATCHES, 3 large boxes lOc Snowdrift, 6 lb. Pail 1.06:


2: N.B.C.FruitCake,51bsZ95BUTTER WESSON OIL, Qts. 49c


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O1IOAEII DOF1DDLE Meat Items Produce Items .

i' says.
:::

i i '..::what.it" Coroner was before ain't Any Brand, lb. 36e POTATOES, 10 Ibs. at t

these smart outottiobilertlrivers -

I s j -..rthe advantages got wise CHEESE, Full Cream, lb. Z5e LETTUCE, Large Heads :lOc


I a ,on putt their in' brakes.Ilusco linin'Rain White Bacon 'P UND :ISc CARROTS 2 BUNCHES ..5 c
HOME GROWN
: or shine there's not bin' I
1

i doin but these in my darned business foxy PICNICS, Circle S, lb. :18c 'BEETS TWO BUNCHES
.5
I service stations are HQiJE GROWN .. ei

\forkin'dayandrugbt. Thompson' Pure i

r I Pork Sausage, lb. ,29c PEANUTS. "ATgED 25c

RUSCOBRAKE:

BACON, Sliced, lb. 3Oc BANANAS, 3 Ibs. for 12c


.: LINING SPARE RIBS, lb. ISc: ORANGES TOJEN" :ISc


.j 1 MOORE'S LAMB SHOULDER Half) or ;hole 22e BROCCOLI ii5Sri:i 17c


; I :,GARAGE Ballards Self Plain-- I

Rising or
J "k E. First Street I FLOUR

?I.... (Opposite'ftoursTran Depot 6 Lbs. 35c 12 Lbs. 65c 24 Lbs. $1.25t :


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Four THE HOMESTEAD LEADER Thursday. February 12, 1931..

rig. Muck to Haniortead'i jy the her departure for nuruiy California.
HOMESTEAD LEADED::1 FROM OUR MAIL BOX HOMESTEAD ..."'on there woo .........*. We W* chall gales her very"..b and
'I bop that she will drop a* a letter j
Publllllht Tfaanday al Hon.1---' SCHOOL n that debate by a unaaUeou now and then.WANT.
meat ft*., II t the bulb thida PubIMilat : : A HAKHdttor --- "
(JO. VOtl.TII.. junior class, tn fact The en- M
LoadorHamtMMd : by BFJIMCE ) :\\
achool. regreto the fart that
BFIti: 4tHCHE.tered : rA.tor needs a bank: M see Wo Enjoy PrnKolLt Murphy will lOOn be making ADS PAY
eta llMt. Rut It need It MdMInrtlr a
meal Institution not Mn week wa filled
) a* second claaa MAd .
adjunct to any other flnancHjwho Fruit ....lftl. First we
...
J It, IMS al lice pout OfBoo M
PIN_" J1L, wader Ut act of 1."uU ** principal inter parade which vise very p""
Meads .. !".. .... are ......IM..*. Wo believe I Iin which, w* had fun. The Clothing SpecialsFOR
kit the original hank e{ HomeMl : der of th* week was spent
Ha. PRJ<'E. ..... A TEAK Mead If t. lade would kM>* Hint our booth to see what
been lutrmmi The new hank ofHamMitmd class had done We are e. *
SATURDAY AND M NDAY1len's
WM probably sound an ly proud of our bootko a*
'i'UK MAOOLX rAn tIT. Mr M tie owe OMMMIOM ... proven. to a* that a Uttle ....
1 ..,il' The aI....... musk the Mm aetompll.h. great thlni
"ncm 4 A Mf abort .1
Overalls
"hnl"I low fore It .|o M tom mashing. MWo Th* member of the Kr Reg. $1.45 $1.25llen's
n.. homely frrHnc whore be 1 ikMc we ale now Pep Club were oar toads
.'mill the light "nr a. the rock of Olb .lterTh > day at our pep meeting. Overalls, Reg. $1.30 1.00
\.1. "inrima that only luck a plop writer doe not accuse him of yelled a few yell for u* to
,,old knew.Tin dishonesty In this Ut.ment for u* how they could make a ". Young Men's Dress Trousers
,
door that opened to a world probebly It wa*. aa far ** Its o"n In the evening w* pia,..oven'd

m --,1.or here might and t.., the lonclntHnl transaction were .concerned but Key Went bo,.' team. It 11' Reg. $4.90 . no . no. 2.90Boys'
tied with the Bank f '
It was vp with I
exciting came
rl" could than** Bay Blefayn Suet a* th* old Bank Inc tl-ll Better luck next, Express Stripe Overalls. ..94llen'
i home for that one highestlu
: of Homeetead was tied up with In Homeetead.Th .
the land tttuttone *le."her which were a Best Work Shirts .95'Boys'
1.001nl big hearth of rlrcum- liability to It Whippet met the . .
ft >nce Itran,., Legion team en the horn
The CttUcn Bank of Homestead
.
Think of hit eoul-flre tjf am. never was insolvent properly Friday evening and our Pin Check Play Suits ..95Ladies'
billed "1111.1.tI'm. chance PO we won, 14-K.
peaklnr, but It Increased Its etr-
penoe out of proportion to the In-: Itomeetead'i negative team Pure Thread-'Silk Full
",bar how hU treat hurt areas of builneae, made too many alitlnr of Bernice McEnen
turobbed and beat.Remember Improvement In Its property, and ... Cook debated against Fashioned Hose . . 1.00
how his trot brain a run was mad at an unfortunate Lemon City affirmative team
understood time when the current was against ardajr evening The good Brown Bilt and Geo. D. Witt Shoes for the
t Th. Ions, bard road that stretchedbefore It. that was out prove the fact

kU fe.t. Homestead need a btnk. N* Homtead I* Interested Whole Family at Reduced Prices
TIM evolution of hat brotherhood phases of school work
doubt about It But It need on.
Anti bow your head, let quick tear City wan the debar by a !
whose financial Interest IB
every
now today nioiie decision of the judge '
centered In the ndland Iii from this dark bet/lnnlnc. '
.
Ity. No ono else will enter It em'ept Now for game better !
found the way.K to fund on depo.lt Homestead. Pent her :
carry
d Ifu. Kuril Guallnr, In the profit, or prestige laehro. We team Ethel Hook' and 7 S. E. Flagler Ave. Homestead, Fla.
i 1'1\ hidelphla Ledrer
need ..1of theme hr at horn Borer, to Radiant the **m* .
------ --
W* need a bank that will show
Franklin Booth Among eceaomy In oper.llon, and not luxury r't.

Best at Fruit Festival In equipment and wastein =::.
manarementW .
need a bank In modest quar
< .i,, <>f the beet decorated booths .
tera, run by a csshter one asslstant *
1Mrult KemlMil. last week
rat'- that of P. J. ..........UII. Inr.mi .. and *. business develop a
clerk or two to punch the ma-
"" ithlMU comprised a oelwti
,ririy ef goods representative or chln.
EXPERIENCED I .i
thlock carried br this I
t ad i .'nt,.. II.AI the Jlo..1 I ,
groc.v, exhibit M the F*-lt I USE MANGANESE ,1 J ,J

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SHIP BY TRUCK 1 k + .L.Ilml II ,


Nine Years of Daily Service i J r


(Except Sunday) Miami to Florida City I

information on all boats and reservationsmade.

II nu11wNilllltit ........:... ...:_.:: IIItii11iiiISIi.L ,nano.

We will call any reasonable distance for any / :: ::. d eea"sE 1

reasonable amount of freight I

PHONES: I

Miami 31755 Res. 2792 Homestead 537-R I

Mathews Truck LineUnder : : : cc EiiaaiiAt

..:'

supervision of R. R. Commission

Vol31.x..Ca..tsaCau


NURSERY TREES Cohriwaoemanedo --'stow"

Ctlro, Avaradoa. Royal Palm and oliten

Jungle Grove Chevrolet has set a new ,

ItdlM4 toad and nnmmc Drtre, RMtaod. rhoaw, Mil

....--.... standard
of value

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WHF.K IT HOMESTEAD VtSIT
MEYERDALE FARMthe Ahha ct'tIaoa-nIotS t.* *.e ofUM le Note low prices ; fcf : ;

moat UipalT* autamobUca so the Roadster |*7I| Sport Roadster with c 4 ,

home of mark, It .... an.-ear style, pert- ramble_...49SCml>or Standard fir* J,..: i

HONEY SWEET PAPAYA MELONS anew comfort and dependability. And Vbxlaw Coop. IMS ......toa. |31't :

Standard Coopo, |SSS| Sport Coupe t
Avocado n..h. sal nkliard ROM, two tulles west of Krorn An along with the economy of a low vumKawprtoa
(rumble most).U7S|Convertible Cabriolet ;
.rpt the aavtac* of vorjr s.w...**.. ;
J. F. Meyer tU standard Sadu 4M,Special Sedan
atlnf ooet anj loaf lib with UtU Upkeep 9639. moo f. .. b. mat. Midi. Spoclal i

lU'WXS PACKED ttm Miirrta AM F.f.I\'J:1UD TO expense. equipment mua> ;
EXPRESS OFFICE


NEW CHEVROLET SIX

THIS BANK Is very anxious to retain and Tow Croat Am trlfmrn Ymlm

r please its old customers, but it Is also anxious See your dealer below =

to find new ones. We want to make customers <

ss well as Keep them. Come in and I If

look us over, Bird Chevrolet Company :;


Coconut Grove Exchange BankW HOMESTEAD FLA PHONE 98:1; '
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_- February 12, 1931. THE HOMESTEAD LEADER YaRe Five 1

"" you a Now oust on tko toapltal,I
ft' THE LIBRARIAN'S CORNER that to U you hive been thinking I

;a nr jnw. u L. BOW, UBRAIUAX tko hospital a quiet eafe peaceful
k place 04 refute. No our. not
-{ whet Ulna Murdor eaa take pIMa 12

LIBRARY HOCTW In one room, two of them la one DAYS -.
Monday, Wednesday and Thursday: I-* p. uTueadly nlcht However only on* victim ,
and Friday 10 a. to.-1 p. m. was a patlont. If you like murder
;:... ... Saturday' : 0-1i a. m.. I-I and ?-.t 9 m. this I* the story for you in 15 feet of icy WATER

Now this U from thelibrarian
food
area
", Somehow I had an Idea the she ben Able to reelm the .
J. 7tt: 1 e point of lew and Itcomes
/' suit jfcatrwl would prove a lure lost trail' ntle'e Juot quit
from the AeooilatMn of
.Iromrcr jdWiflnicarl: than thtlibrary and gone treasure bunting! Tea I I
_
Book Bellon "Th who prophr i
lOt Mtttrday but X gueeeedwroni. If* that kind of a book.
W e loaned tit book, to Aloe sled that the book was downed by 1
you will find on our rental
I modern Inventions and amusementshave
4x nothing ef the nurtiln, andtiat bolt Fannie Hunt'
new book been proven t* t* false
I* pretty food day'* work aa-
"Back Btroeui"
If
: yon can read prophet Reading bas not only I
.. *ttr. And w* bed a number Of this book and close I It without a I jl
held tt* own In the hat decade
|,i liiHim, ton and they all though little sob and a tear rtoft toll acalnot )ass, bridge, golf automo I !
tie fruit display fins, and
wa they t should rather I
not know It.
ma:1 bllln* and even against the noisilyof \
'. itll *H)4ed) why-well you know ,
A food but
mystery "The "" the talkies and the radio
'i hat thaj all wondered. Neltt
'< Room II," h.. just paid itself the number of boob gold annual-
iv. j*Ir let ua ret"" way and put on a. the rental shelf, and It will give I II ly baa doubled." :AT FUHAN Liu. IDAHO. a Ford w wend tluan j I
,,IMI fruit festival and cnvo*! the Ice and was tubmerfed in fattens feet owgler.
fi'. lion ;qtimmunity product Inoudlhc After twelve days h wa raised a new bat batr and
Mm .( our dairy product. carburetor bowl wen inrtaHfd md U V.* ,..... ,
l iB cam" dons you know. MEATSBY J
\ BARBECUED wf under iu own poww. Ko the eateries flniaU
< ':j reMonally I< am Intereated' In bowed no serious e _ge. Her if no doubt tad :
i4 jouluy. I have chicken.
< tyMl/l:and ovury some Sunday I feed .. THE POUND the MW Ford b fully prepared yrR ****, &* 0qo4

h ttifm..And that poultry exhibit Or in Sandwiches to Take Home needs of winter drrriof. '

Use ;afjiu.ed 'Interest In other BEEF PORK and CHICKEN CM or ptuan for temoiutntlo '
thLl week we. havo had inquiries
(or literature t and bulletin on Delicious Home Made Pies by the Piece or Whole REDLAND MOTORS
poultry ralalnf.AlltM
\ : foregoing lead up tothe AlTIIOItlZrJ: FORD DFALJIUI: I
ROLL-INN-
'
vni'ar thing-have you any 103 S. Krome Ave. Phone 21 ;
joultry magazines you want tojnw'eVto'tho
OX THE DIXIE AT XAR.1XM
library
| And Visa**. tome ono five mo
fhe November. 1110. Good Housekeeping. .
In fact I 'could UM *evnl .

,, eOPI5r-
.... loui., yrtunats enough to Don MisunderstandOur
sear Frank Dobls'a radio talk th
ihell.hl61111i yolk were t am
ure you have all been wishing' yonfenMTeWtrhr
book, "Coronado"
Children," the storybook of loot
mlfiW ariiTTITirUd treasure In our
1111t 8outh ... Charles B. Drletoi Challenge. .
In writing of title book mays
Krknk Debar I* the beet Informed
:'Aal moot interesting authority
e : '
npkn the lout mine .( the Bouthwejrt. -
and ho calls man "|h* for
y toes bunting animal" "CoronadoV
I C ldren" I I. the Literary Guild a*.
'"Ion for February and It will be
fond on our rental ahelf. Come
I wily to avoid the rush. Every Test
."In"In" town will want to read thl.
: book-and It your llbrarhut ahWli "
...."' ...... some day you wilt beats j .

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: 2 Games :Won This Week

III' Boys to Play Friday

freeh from t;;victories already

thb week, the Homestead High
bort will meet lake Worth IIIhIn
it basket ball come on the Horn
M*.d ooort Friday nUht. LU
The boy beat Lemon City High
"chool II to 10 Tuesday night.
11 hjle the Homestead girls lout to
th* Lemon City rlrla. Wednesday
night the local boy beat Miami .
Mlltary Academy to the tun of NoT
lto! It.

iIonogram Club News

} n y BILL ilcCOX>r:Lit
E ONLY TRUE BL E
""ho member of the Monogram
Cljib met thla moraine and decld

.. order miniature felt football
ito lett.r..
y Ue took over the right .
sponsor the games next week : '
:Redland and Miami Beach.
tot'
gram will be mad and paid

_'" bf the ads of local merckant. : comparing g it with those




iSPECIALI motor fuels which cost at least





j I FRIDAY SATURDAY AND 3 ,more per gallon





:y Fresh Yard Eggs as well as those selling at the same priceFor




30c dozy bent results UM SUNOCO, the wholly distilled MOTOR OIL with D>u. Sunoco Motor Fuel

r BUT gCTSOCO will not Nuke gum i..rnbt in say .*..r Neither trill any other |e..g*eeU..

f 2 doz. 55c



"' GROWERS SUM 4 THE .PR -MIUM M"lT :F.U Ar:: .t : "*: '9,8) FJ .. ..



;' STORES You save, at least' 3c pergtdlonThursday


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Pare Six'f Jf E HOMESTEAD LEADER Thursday,. February-12-1991.,




I Social Events in South Dade :,i:::: r 1



'" ..cane. )(1111. WllkSTI: IHMTRIM are cordially Invited to the meet-
0 E. S. GRAND MATRON PAYS ANNUAL VISIT
II" The Calendar TO RAIN OR KHIM: : tlinVr In*.
HOMESTEAD AND NARANJA CHAPTERS I
Plan for guest day were made
1-----.. ., Julian H. Webster nl.rttal..d I
the held
the Italn or Rhine flub mom- at meeting Tuesday In
Afros Lillian Kllpatrlrk of Moriii rrn.nbui'Ii, Mr.Y.. t. C-twkcr' ; Fell II-l. mp shade making her at her home yenterduy Wruwberry I the clubhouse. and the (ereatrrronaervatlon
na lorldu grand matron at the ..... Kranlt King Mrs Kmnk ited, 'I will be demonstrated at (he Homestead shortcake end coffee weri committee WM la-
-,lei of Hi,' *:".'.rn Star* will Urn Edo ard A. Brown, Mn A. ItMeyben Demonstration Club meeting nerved to the adult member, and I I Hearted to buy prim". fer tb* M.h
Mr. A. I'hllllp. MIH. In toe forenoon and the making of school conservation
I '. h,'r emiu"I olfiliallnlt t* the i i when the Junior members arrived energy oHtTen
/ii n.." Mead ..h"ph r lonlvht fine Henry Hthumacher. Mr*. UiinnMctliuil ; citrus tomato and cabbage pro- after school hour they were alt en dollar WM voted for the federation -
.nod, the Nunnjj chapter last Mr* Wm Braille. Mm rturt In the afternoon wienie roast on the lawn. scholarship fund.
till i I|I A. K Borneo Mr*. Fred I.Ink. M rH.j) Keb 11-Th. Pythian Sleter. The guests Included: Mra R. 11. Mr*. K A. Enala, tile president.
i hlii morning MI. Kllpatrlckj I J W house and Mr* (Uo will meet, appointed a* a nowteatlnn e mmlttee -
d I *n Kauilrrn Star delegation T.u rMr. JrIUV W.I, reb IT.-Th. Hom*..od P-T A. VlUpatrlok, him Frank Hue, Mr, Mr. Ora Neff, Mr*. George
i: Fred Redd Mra LM Uehman. Mm.
f, ""1 Miami compiling of Mr. and j will the a Founder Day program Frank Skill, Mr*. J. O Hackler, RaniHin and Mr. Newt O Dall .
air. and Mr. JuhnI In the school auditorium Those attending were Mr. Eta:
It. Fred Stank AM Bills W. O. MOON MIN Beatrlr Grave, U,.. LenaKnowlea
I: ,mn Mr. and Mn GIVE AWN PARTY I Mar, .-Mm B H. Hiner will, Mra. Margaret Raster, i' nl.. Mr. C, H, Bteffanl Mr* J, W.

mix and Mr and Mn. Ed wallfl'l'I' Ths Hv and JoI,.. W. O. Moon b. honteu to the Supper !,"..d'.1fa Louis Lone and Buddie Flti>atrlck, Avery. Miss Jennie Lobdell Mr*.
.1.1 I were taken for a tour entertained the young people of I Club Annabel and Teresa Redd Alta Ball, Mr*. Neff Mra:, tun"" ".' Mr*.
dland nintrl' t and B visit to the \| the ("liurrhof find Saturday *>fiInf >. ) ,. I sine Homestead P,-T. A. Webster, Heleq and aspirin L7h- H. H Ewing. Mr.' S. P: Multhew,
lito I ) M, A. R I.Ivingiton I Burrell'i !' onair. Several interesting ( 11-Th* Florida City P.-T. Otha Hackler, Harvey and Paul visitor '
.i 1..n., ,r and Mr.. W. H. Hyk**. They wore played and hot chocolate PU'-I A will give a benefit bridge In the, Rue. Theodore Knowloj and Dennis ---
l..1, Inuch at the pnrkHr I cookies wr served* Florida City: town hall Koaler Local Rebekaha who Attended the
t .. Ou..... Joiner n III be hostess The guests included Mr. and I homecoming celebration *f ',%.1.
al ..o alt dork dinner honoring Mr*. Hugh fcaler. Mr and UI ....1[ciRntrun TO HAVE President Jennie V. Gore In Miami
I M''.. Kllpatrfck this .veiling Preai I H Oodion. MUM LuflllU Murphy, MASIIIVCTOX: 1'ltOilAA( G\f: i i "..t the dinner will be: Mia. riles Vnitlna, Moon, Mbt* 1,11.Jlul.- I WuihlnRton a* an Avrlcultur lt! ANNOUNCED Mrs. IL O. 1I".llIe. M... Dlaooh.
I h h'"trick. Wing Carter, Mr and Ilinn, Miss Gladys Mo.... Mlm I.." will be the subject *f a program Wa hlnrton'i birthday will be Chapmen Mr, Cora Dull. Grlnold,
V.. Comber. Mr and Mra Stank. Inc Murphy It".. Uvutrlc, Orllbba/{ to be liven by the Horn. celebrated a( the next meeting of )f... B. I Jeffrey. N'ro. B.uhvhBrannen.
\1 and Mm Rlrkard: Mr and Alien Alva Hulllvan Mlle ( ,/ tad Garden Club at IU meeting the Womlna Club of Homestead Mr ]Mary Oldenilorf
M,H A. 11. Uilngiton, Mr and ]Mr*. Cash, Mia Catherine Murphv Miss on ..*.b. II, which will be held at on Tuesday, Feb. 14 when a guest, )fro. au.". Joiner and Claus
(;, arm Turner Jr. Mr, and Mm BMtrlr Moon\ MIN Mildred Hull! the residence Of Mr*, C. W. Man day program will be (Iven. Among Grlnold.Mr .
M\ kin. Mm Florence! Crow. ]Win van, B C. Murphy. Amos Morse. IU. N. W. Second avenue and llth the speakers on that day will be
t 'I her I.Ivlngut"n, Mn W. H Fred Mowry. Donald Bullltnn, .tree!. Mr*. Harvey Jarrett forest conlervatlon and Mr*. Chaa. T. Fuch. Jr,
t m"dl.v, Mr. Oiiwle Joiner and Lamar Moon and Herds Mor c. j The mRt'tlnlllCb..clultd for Monday chairman for the county entertained the Cupper Bridge Clubat
Burrell JolaerPolloKlftf of this week wa* canceled due I who will talk on forestry problem their home Thund'ay N'enttlg.USE .
4
the Introduction i'.T A. EARNS to, activity of member In eonneo- The program will tact from >>
i Slue KtlpdfHck at the meeting tom *imi AT FESTIVAL tlon with the Fruit Festival lust o'clock MF I. and rtfreahmenu will MANGANESE ,

J -hi Mlm rioh Bradley will\ sling 'A report.hut. KomeatcAd X'T. week. be erved Both men and women ,
1 a 'olo During the Initiation c re- A tnsmban had earned lioo tty i r .
'OIlY' Mr W. R Crow will "lngI .
r taking tlcVst *) the Fruit Vo.dIval

.. ,: "I'll Ai.e, I nl John the C cloning. Gikeler nf will the alnv chapter otnMHdona of the/! eteoutlve war made rowifll flt tlhmvrtlnf 4'' (I Want to Laugh? :See; TheFLAPPER

Kin* Kilpitrlck nlll leave Frlrt the (MoWatton tadny It %n* 44- : .
'. .> morning for Key Ural, where rld d thai health books for life
xi', I* .phMtil t" make her next I entire grammar school would Bfpurohowd I
\ilt In ad.lllln to her mcretaryl .
wok part of th'r """, n.. .
COLLEGE
Mlle l will b. nc.n.ptnlyd. by iron.MItk. The rMinoll voted that the bill

.Inln.'r, for tun!**} *M rpi4rlnr tn" hinl
school plan.be imld and authorl|-

IT)S11-'It H HOSTM "d the repute and tuning of the I r..
A'f nuu>ui: Tt >P\T grammar still piano. NI'UNIiOHF.I) IIY
polar roster was Th regular m"V*>f for ",
Mm Charles The
Biggest Event
W. M. S. of
< 1'0'1.' ,>. to a group of friends "tI" cry win he 6104 ta TiMwd yIT ..h'r' ,
and u tack f to I5nunder's '
i' iltncthe home In Redlanfl on White Stone Church
t I'i Mi) aftomoimhen bridge wa a rntHB Illftttllt t' '"'laont by U Ever Staged in i inlm.nr.D

I,Int.,.I. filch xoieii were maleMi children 1.'Po.T, A. aeere WINfien DYUnh'ersal
I"% ... I.. O. RuRRlo Mr. Au- part of the pl'OlIrlI.. fIn
",...I lleuer .mil Mr*. lent Wood- Ui* aMence. lo. ( Mm t. tlSteffunl Producing HOMESTEADProminent
I.. r\ the > ('..-.".... ".." Men C. Company
T. Harper, preilded :
,thorn prevent \rre Jiro. TheOIiinke -
.1 ..... Mm H J. ArmitTOng
h lit,, I.'rtt* JR' koon, Mr*. A. Oil The "OBIii (Uili met 'I'u""f'"
I: ", h. lira Txy Almon'. Mr.. Wm evening withMr. not JoI,.. I IJf..
1'11.1"1'. I. | Mr, M: A ('a.t.r.I Mr. KIHKlley Lehman iAl. 150 Homestead People as Characters 150 I

M Airs I I II l'Itchird. IIOS'T :Alms ITI M'TU\\IS OF IM'OHTI:ni
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'II s II 11).1"",' ir 1, ,>, i,, :iSin. Anrt...." Ilagcmun, Iwr of Carol Ooblea i\"j A' n TIM Ice, Mew t \ I> MH- ,....t" of Mr allot Mra. Julian. il
; : /Z. Btrlcklum; Mr. Anton't 1 Webster Monday / Jorry Mur Football Player) poulaa Rowellotcoiw i
I. ( (Jerry. Friend ...... Claud* Campbell Smith; rr,*
Nellie (rreahnuui Olrl) .. .... Mrs. Bole Webb Carl Tw.ed ll A, n, 1\'lnIIOtOD
Joan (Jerry Girl) .... ... Mr Walter Nelson. Wm Rhtn y Olin Wright
I 1 Annie Mayhcw -----1 Mar) (A.rUr President) .... Mra. Tom Faust Herbert Turner W?J1. Crow:
HrttkRd Iteaded FrsohmanDr.ferbrrfWplf Harold Sheffield Julian Wenatcr
i Graduate Obx run onxnalnrr still Iatat Conwvnt, 11111 Brick'* Buddy) .... ........ Itey Ilarnes Leo Bishop Edward ftlllnj
i RY".1 tl.nlt., 1 (Football Trainer) .. .. Ivan Momr Orin Smith CtelMid Lawr.no
[ PIANOFORTE AND I ootbatl Couch ... ..-.... ..... Hirold Oxford

|I Rolland Road, Nest niivarne r rlT.. ...... \ litt.'r: : and Erg Man ..' ............ deo RanoaI SPECIAL BABY r\GRNTT
I 1' of i rndill
i Howard ................ ........... ]Mr*, Jo. Davie k. Aft Rack to TOWratlU"1 I
l It i' ...more (Prea of College) E. P Roberta Featuring toO Children, Ace I to S ;.
i Mi.. iii'.more (Hla Wife) .... III.... Frank Bklll SPECIAL DRAMATIC. R.EADER: .
Lyr "> II I 1"lIllor .........-....................... Allen W *t I igloo Pauline Calkin j. < l' I

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GLEE CLtllI : CHORUS GIRLS 1

I rn rmpbell J. Hlmoni Frances Dorsey .tames Fort !
tl.; smith Chaa Clinton Clara Bell "mltla Amelia Wright "-
: ; A l>j, \ r William Bert Murphy Ellsabetb Wrts t
.'.". Bnrt m Bruce EnnllW Elisabeth Ho n. Janie Bowan
e .iltrr N.>lon Get Manson Marguerite Walank Belt Davis I
Ii \ IIIK I.yon Ralph Edward Dormice ircm..n : JtbH Hooke '
Hrroid, Lyon Roy Chandler Myrtle l'annlnl1olFralll'.. Fitch I
Virgil i Lyon JiI f. CapllnwK Margaret He"cJrIcko Mary Wllllamw
\ O..o R Drool A. Wit Jones Edith Ol.nn Grace Hobson
W B My.r* Will jlcwej Coma P"vl. "nAlLJau.-:
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H I. Cook T7 JT, Faust AII# South -2.. .Jl urn
ttnhort Glenn: Noah Purerion .

(001"(1.\1.. MUSICAL NiRIDTAN ;
COLLEGE 'tAI'I'Ut'
t Tap Dance ...: .. .. .... .....'..'Archer raUk
1 King of FtKpiirr*-r nl RnurUIt Out In the New Mown Hay ,_r.. Olrl. Chor**
"I Ilirdy Hill Munwlwhll> Irelni Alone ... .......... ......__. Girls chord
N OTr.el.Nrta W I risk Dev WebbI I Love You As Much .......-.......' Nellie" art KAle
1M1+wrt7.r>r I tuilard 8 ModmnB and the M*> In theM "n '..... Ulrl. Chorda
sit +esec"Wo"d W&rrv.re.e A. 1'.ml. Herman Mark Who' That Pretty Baby ...:: Flapper Chor**
bdwadtlrwGa.t W I Krlpp W. T. Bush Say It Afaln / ... -, gntcml f.
loon b.r.r I' .I I"rui kiln I'at. Murphy rtmit.tIHr..: Jo* Kini'
wVAW sole v I !
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i Thursday, February 12, 1931. THE HOMESTEAD LEADER Page SprorK .

ir r man, sad Mr. *e>4 u..... Tedwell Of "
Hebrew wh*...r* apmOtac the wit CHURCH NOTICES
I AND AROUNDHOMESTEAD tee In Mlajni, were disnhr gu *t* tth .---..,..-.-. CLASSIFIED ADS

bom at'Mt.': and Mn l. IReluotl THE aiPTIST (lit IMIIFeb. .,' 1 I
.brkaipday. :
.. ATSt Pint Ineertton lv allnet euhecquent IneerOon
-Mernlac sermon"TI>
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,.. ,,,,,,,....,,,,,,,............,,.......,,,.."' ........,. Mr* KllulwUuiaitaoMt and 111'J Comforter:" evening perm 0 n : Ie kiln.
,
H Russell were br'akfa t guest ... .. .
From Page Two "Darlnt to B* Different
(Continued at the home of Mr Lewis Cow
At prayer arnica Wedneedoevmtat KOItl TJ\LJCK-ono ton tout r 10.
Miami Taenday mornlnlMr SALE
Mm Httrpnarddm chalk In FOR
,' were:
prewnt at Tt, the Rev Kamieta. tor, ttake body, |5&. l K W. Mullini. Mn Mn and Mn.;: :-Hobart Brocket. the Cheer Up Man, will tthe liodland.rMlt .
Mrs. W. n HlllmarUrt. .
ichwtltter Mr. and Mrs. Rmnnu-l Smith Mi speaker.CHCRCI. FOR KAI.B Kltrhen t Kock lt<*
Lucy Hole Mrs. Lucy Clio-. and 101... Robert llamas and Mi.. Move, 1 bursar, "t.no; \\ h'k'rlItIIIInet. FA I.K-Fin* trig King orat i
n,, Mrs netmond and Mm. J. Mobbln. and Mr*. Frank Fouler of Nei, ( or (ui> .. on wheeta It.lu; large lie doa. Lee Robbins, NIlruadnty .

Haven Conn. spent Tuesday right dreeaar |....| electric pinto 3 Florida City.
seeing on the _..,.. The eerie of sermons which tboo djwtment" $!...; feet cooking
The Florida glty r.T. A. ISiponaorlng pastor was to have begun laM 8u- "tanaUe-tIOIIr ,Plea. Box e..1 FOR EXCHANGEWILL

a benefit card party to The Community t'hurfhr had i held In the city hall Thureda; fellowship dinner Thursday arse- Feb. IB. and will be continue seeevening h TRADE: sire modern \.mnnbungHlow
.enlng. Feb. It, al I o'clock. Mnlittler Ins when forty were preeent Aftr next week. The xrinerwill MODERN furnished house for \ for a good car. W MaKus
Hunter will be the ho a social hour the Kpworth '....Kii.. deal with the ",oph..,, root. See Dr. Tower. lTl flrktlon A.
t.ea Lrveryons I* Incited< to at Pate n musical program. n..

> md enjoyed by everyone : I'llllUII
l'ut.nYTtlUAX: LOST
FOR SALT-A few Ideal breeding

?, Mra. Nathan RUM or New York Mr and Mr<. Day who have heel Feb. II-Sermon topic: ""'It-' cockerel It nonlh old. Pure
to Join her hu. Great 8oni Waahlnit white. Dig sturdy fellow from 1.000-4l1v.r I4ral.n..to it.-
arrived Tuesday living In the Deacon building on ruary*
dams with high production ward for Mr*. n !>'.
.hand,a member of the firm of She Pain avenue motrd to Miami 81 and Llnooln" Mr*. 08k.11I1'11 recovery
commliwloi T Bletaed ef Ifr record. Drive around and aoe Watthewa
York
,pine ft Co" New urday. ling Com* *
house, who arrived her three I Father" by John Prlndle Scott. them. UeyerdUe Farm AVpoadadrlv

lontk ago t. spend the winter liflorlda ly. .lse..td..;. HoblnMR visited pal On Tuesday night a aerie at. and Richard road.. S mllo MISCELLANEOUSMULE :
went ef Krome Av*
Cltr.'l itlve In Miami on Monday an< Lenten mid-week cottage prop
meeting will be Inaugurated Th. !: AnBtIIINlAt-
.. Mr, and Mr*. Frank Fowler of Fueiday. first meeting 11'11be\ held at th BART CHICKS now lower-tie th*..a, It .. W ltd Ave UMURI'HY'S
100. Plenty roomfor
each, til per
1 New Ha..1Conn.., art guests of The Longview Club will meet lith home of Mr and Mn. P F. Rai custom hatching Homestead

Mr and Mr*. Hobart Drockett.t : town hall Friday afternoon 10 All rrembyterlan and their friend. Hatchery la the Grower Supply
eeunti urged to attend theeu Lentftservices.
ever no for rum for the ire
stores: I
.:' ')ft. and< Mrs: Roy Chandler and TRANSFER CO.
Shelf baby ton visited relative In 'air.Ara WILL Plod OR TRADE ter Room ft McOory .&......10
IMO\\MTiU TI: COTTON
TO
Miami md I'lftt over the week. W. B. Fred was alRhlem-Ini erty In Georgia! Alabama or prop-I
.. ot E Di<*crlptlon
Hauling ery
['*nd. I. Key Wee Sunday. At an open meeting office. In Room the HornDwmonetntlon 1101 nee II good ..( room Prompt Service Phone lllHNEOT ,
colored town
'7. In good location In
el I.lltje Pobhle Fred has been III In th* court house, In Miami Bat- AU wired and celled. I alaolhave
and )II'10,4 Hubbard
Mr.
arrived In .ever;, day this week.Mr urday morning Mr* Louie Uuatotlocturer two good house In white .
Merlden. Conn.. have
Florida City and are visiting with will give a demonttratlon .. MeLlon. .Writ Do* llTt. Btallon G. BALL
*. Uufua Clraham ef Trlncetot "New Ideas of Cotton Fabric
'Mr.WNW Fred Henn for a fen .. A.
cationit *
children were
two
visited ind her Notary Public
/'4yt Wodnerriay they i the home of Mr and Mrt. D. Foilier INFLUENZA
,; Mr. and Mr. H.'F. Potter. AND
( linn iNsin\\fK
I ( Tuesday.
E. C. CHRONISTER
M/" .} and Mr. Oeo. Matson olJliugirtuck i .................-------1 1i SPREADINGCheck KINDRED LIMJ
Conn.i who are ependInf i PRINCETONHHHMIIH.IN.H.HHHH.HHH.H.HaMe.I.HHHH i ( Colds at once with 666 Plastering Contractor]i LEGAL I\UC.tMr.o'li: ('01'
the winter In Miami, were retook lot aw tit' 114 sox inItonintceiii III:C'11.Y DIU1t
Take it at a preventive
ct".U." \ Mr. and Mrt. Ho- Ha. Av.
I Th Woman Club of Princeton M M. Kram
!.i'l Breokettlond Mr. aDd Mrt.W .rat awarded a blue ribbon and Use 666 Salve for Babie

.'H her't. ottet y fh'. dolalr In cash on Its booth tl
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Fruit Fettlval net weekMr ,
: Jl.3fe.: Shields WM a dinner tba IF YOU NEED-
r 1 1I 1 A. W. McVlcker surprised. John B. Tower M. D.
Gable
ueest or Mr Hid Mn, Louis IJCREENa DOORFRAMES 110011 WINDOWS

I ," 111I14\11.\ .__. j i irr lay husband ef last .. .on ei his by giving birthday a dinner Tv.- Z-It AY 'IJ\'nl'VIUJ; iua'Aiut.i OK CABINET WORK
GO TO
Moore e( the >arty In hi. honor. Those Invited
account ft the PHONE It
Rev On//bra. Ef. Meet of Redland the :I ..reps: Mr. and Mr, C. H. Pepper CAMBER MILLWORK SHOP
Mr. and Mr.. I C. Smith and
of Florida City nd *
Rev E. I. Cletman I : -
of the Hedland heir two booms, lueaU, Mr H. JVaMr .
filled the pulpit
of Detroit and Mrt EvlPicClendoa / r
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Church Sunday caerning.Florida
I[ of Oeorrla.Mrt. .

CHMfrlcndt have received i E. Q Elrhenbemer % lip G. R. Oldendorf & Co.PLUMBING.

word that ''Mr. and Mn, Oeo. :: ha. been In a Homestead hoenltaleturned
few week ago on to her home Sunday.
iijrbtLlstt
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I I Ole Peterton Mr, O M .
!!otoL trip t? California are now Mrs.
6 'Ftlnf""relative* and friend In Irown, Mr*. L. C. Smith and Mrs

Tsi.., ""rte H. J. Walsh shopped In Miami Fri
J da,.
lfrtapl 14r"| $ raul Crow entertain Mn. Ole Peterson entertainedtls.w.ek
at'lards Tuesday evening: Mr. F J. Mcdtty and OF ALL KINDS
14.... Willis Cummings I
'. iJbjuidJIra.4Jyod Cohernour, Mr. he. sister
and Mr..'Dob Burqulna, Mr. L. A. of Eut Liverpool O.
Keeinger Mia Isabelle Matteon Princeton friend of Mn and .
Mies Jeanie Freeman, Tom Cohern- )rest O. E. Savage eympathlt with All work guaranteed.

l' our. William Freeman and Clara rein In the lot of heir youngaughter
enc Smith of Homeatead. Band- Edna who died Inrteck GeneralPublic I

etches and coffee were iertd.Mr after a abort tonallltli at- Utilities Phone, write or call in person
tack. Burial Wves la Miami.

and Mr. Lewi Qottecholk The Demonstration Club held an j 101 North Krome Ave. Phone 563-R
und granddaughter, Petty Hoff- .11 day meeting Tuesday.We Domrau-ad Iboa lOG.., r!

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Have Installed a

EUGENE PERMANENT WAVE MACHINE I. I

With Two-Section Steamers

This type machine gives complete control of the We sell Sundial and Central

steaming. The stubborn roots are steamed

longer than the tender ends. I SHOES m

CARR'S BARBER SHOP AND .
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i BEAUTY PARLOR i= These shoes are priced to compete with any .

I mail order home.
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!= :4 We guarantee OUR shoes not to contain paper.

HAIR SHOULD BE TRIMMED : .i Absolutely nil leather. All shoes purchased here j

15 are entitled to free oiling as often as desired.,
EVERY TWO WEEKSTo = =

: Work Shoes $1.95 and up

prevent an unruly neck line and to always 1=_ =

present a well-groomed appearance, have your : ALL GOOD WORK-GUARANTEED,

bob reshaped every two weeks.


HAIR CUTTING, SHAMPOOING I

AND' ) FACIAL MASSAGINGFOR ::1 Fredrick Shoe Shop _


( LADIES AND GENTLEMEN: ) Is 14 South Krome -
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[ Page Eight THE HOMESTEAD LEADER Thursday,February 12, 1931.I' ..
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'Over 150 Local Persons to' Appear the Baby rvrWta rtcwiM"raiser In which entitled more"The than

In Here Next Week one hundred Itftr cblldivn' bt ..- A GOOD USED CARFROM
i College Comedy M. the awes .f fur and eight :
will take part The special dramalto -
(Continued from pap ear) girl (11.... Dove Webb). Professor reader ilv*. the reading and A RELIABLE DEALER
caddis j clothe, but In trying to escape I* : MEANS A RELIABLE USED CAR
been In Ion with Rosa HowardMrs. | Uncovered In the outfit and mistaken -
( Joe Davit) for ft years, for- the Una and playing part In pantomime -
far the nouaemother
sakes bar and propoae to Jerry U..C"HI\'ROLtt': COACH-.* ml buy amiIirtordi
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i The butter and ear man from whom be takea to lie the houtnother *.- In addition to this >l high schoolgirls 171.00 under ,,_ket. lUpomewcdl $400.00
> Omaha (George Panama), a weathy .
make the milkmaid chorus
George (Claude Campbell) up
alumnus Of Bute hula and Monk the football trUnrtpond tan collegiate charua and the aallorbrslnc 128 CHEVROLET COACIL Abed tlm, new :
while attending the house a lot of time running attcf along chorui ill brightly any eel taj. ... ......... ... $265.00
limits the sorority COll'i .
In love with Jerry i Jerry trying to get him over tu4h Coalumad.Clover I
football field to play In the cam w
I ih* houaemother The 10JV FORD 1-OKT! COITH Kuntblcnew .rr.J. $295.00 .
1 "gg a.n" promises to five tile rOI- The ''iii. Roberta and his wife (Mr. !
leg* a half-ml'llon dollar but, P. ) Shows Great
j "make two condition for the fulfillment Frank Bklll) add dignity to tile VarietyA 1821 t\niO TllHll gM>AIxrar eulleagra and I
of the promise: flint, that rt. Other player are two frb I new paint $375.00 ;
I} Hula Bnla College win: the football *sea. Dill and Brick (Roy llayn display arranged In the center ;
game: second that the hounemoth- and Pr Herbert Wolf) of the Homestead Grocery this mete DOIMiK VICTORY g 8KI; >A>-Good tlm. "I
r or g la the gum with him' andentually The hit of the show, the Hipper wk shows the variety of goods new tat and new jinlnt, Priced to nrll quick" $300..00
-\ marry hit I # This puts chorus, emulate *f It business men low put up under the Clover Farm
a.. i lorry la an Impossible altuatlon who portray> famous types such an label London Carne. one .( the II2S FOllll STANDARD CoerF-ss real buy
How I* h* going la alt In the grand. Peaches Drowning, sorority preaU owner of the local Clover Farm at .......... ......:................... $235.00
: tand with the 'butter and egg dent spinster echool teacher and store, pointed out yesterday.
"nan" and still play In the same' rteopatra aa well aa famous movie tn the Clover Farm goods display
A..... how la lie going to report to stars and other such prominent are hominy. candy, roast LOOK THESE OVER IF YOU ARE A ;
f t .terry puts on tile hounmothar'a eharaeten beef, corned beer, malt syrup, BARGAIN HUNTER
I j the coach to play la the same Besides the flapper chorus there Vienna sausage peanut butter,'
I J Ithcut tolling when h* bag ban II an alumni fie club portrayed mustard, finger ale. milk, butter,
nd thus b* expelled from the II T II business men who open the quick oat., regular pets, china oat,
:\. ram, ., and give a lot of entertainment cocoa, tea, macaroni, spaghetti Bird Chevrolet Co.HOMESTEAD
J_,,'. effort la> work out of singing old-tlm songs that noodle., cake flour, toilet ;
tIM difficulties bring about many everyone like to hear. A* they potted meat salt and .
.. hilarious altuatlona, H* hobnob portray the modern college type lews. paper'j'l FLORIDA
{ with the coach while pretending to hey are droned In knickers, sport
1" Iw the houaemother and learns the sweaters and various college tot I USE
secret signals for th* game, and Anothef- feature of the show It -

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man make hi. appearance In the CHARLES I
last minute on the football field 666LIQUID DICKENS
'{ And persuades the coach to allow "Rax man Jianda down a III.rttAtto :is:
I f /i him te play. TABLETS whether H be money, property or EJ-
There are many ether funny iltuatlona. or = example," ;'-,, ==
: Jerry girl, Jean, la Cure Colita, Header.im, rmtw ==
jealous of other sorority girls, .** 666 SALVE !)
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specially N lil., the little freshman CURES BABY'S COLD I 1- OURS is an exemplary service of experience,
thoughtful consideration and I
fitting appoint- ,; :i
I' :Went.

DID YOU SEE THE I ''.

' .t E-Z-EST WAY RANGES Turner's Funeral Home !
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r AT THE FRUIT FESTIVAL? x 1XORIDA LICENSED EMBALMER: NO. 17* ?
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Id-Hour Ambulance Service
; i A New Standard In Kerosene Range/Valuetl H Ct Flower Bklg, Homestead Phone IO'na, or Night 3a


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II t ", I Early Grapefruit >iJ I


Every grower in the Redland District has his I [

in i heart set on early grapefruit. He knows he must'Iim'!;'


I have it early in i order to get'a fancy price. wi .1


l' OUR EARLY BLOOMER
$39.60!, r.\I.., :


i; !\ $-1.00 Down1.00 Monthly I 17-OO: t i

I SMALL CARRYING CHARGE)
I.
Any housewife would appreciate batting one of these beau* has withstood the test for five years and has not i '
i f; uful, new model EZst Way Raogta. Real kitchen comfort
depend entirely upon the store you use. Skilled store designers failed to'come through yet. Why take a chance

planned the E-Z-est Wsy-r ery operating part was with something else when you know that this. ...
: built with a scientific regard for .aici.oqaod fuel economy.
That is why it is such a marvel for ease of operation, quick mixture will do the work. I

heating and wonderful baking qualities.Has .

% giant heal diffusing burners odorless, smokeless Groves should be fertilized early this year, as
and trouble-free. Burns common kerosene. The burners are
it is cold and and the fertilizer should be put ::
, easily controlled, you can regulate them from intense frying dry,

I beat to ft slow simmering flame. Its finish glistening po"ctlalo on early in order to get a bloom in January or the
l enamel is so easy to keep clean.

j f Corn la and see for yourself*hy the E-Ztst Way setting first part of February. =

a new standard in oil:I range values, == ==
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SEARS ROEBUCK. El NOTE-Three-fourths of the early grapefruit shipped out of

Dade County this year was grown with Redland Brand Fertilizer. =_3_


AND CO. I Florida East Coast Fertilizer Co I


: Biscayne Bhd. and 13th St., Miami = jj
MANUFACTURERS ..
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} THREE: EASY KTORK' HOfHSl
s ie A. M. te *lie p. )I. Fertilizer'I
AND. FltFtJPARKING : r I KATllUJAlHlana I Redland Brand

tom A. u. to .,M r *(. '
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MINCI FRANC ntusiita
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El brotiUSo Ytio Amalfi as unl penle mtnuda turopto.autentlcai .


vedette en iui respective DI Ineal,. Muro (SochaulI); I

poises, lu llegada a Milan y Florencla log brasilcu sill (Reel St.rl.
no hara renacer III edad de oro de la Constantino (Ma I.,: tir.ndaosinho

"tquadra .zzurr.". En el football no 1Nizal: log pars Yoe Andi-.d. (NI.

hay mllagTM Para sallr del mat palO mes). Vocals (To .n'. contribuyen 4e

actual, el I "calclo" tendril que trabajar mob eticas a I lena .ctuacl de sun

mucho y durante largo til"mpo. equipos en e mpronato df Francis.En .

tin, intluencia sudamericatld,
LM hljo de log pastors* volt. .leron : i
en pa or deed. el punto do vista
a Ja pulrla dft pas parira
JlO t...Jrn. a I. buen4.r.ch.
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LAS e hllol del actual qulpo (rancds.
primers "gotondrlnaf" del Nue Invleto dead@ hace dies y oeho meses.Eu .

vo Mundo que Ie Inatalaron en Francis
Bran umguayai S. llamalian. Diat y E.'.... pi ttef** boos f aaarrompranatoa

Conrado Ron A .u saga llcgaron otroa .

buenos jugadorei Su Incorporation a Los
lot corjuntot franceiei did excelenle rnponiabltt del balompU hll.

!'Hult."..*. Craclaa a .u aeabada. mart pano nunca Importaron jutadoretS ex.
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1 Pa? Eight THE HOMESTEAD. LEADER Thursday, February 12, 1931..
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'Over 150 Local Persons to' Appear the Baby curtain Pageant"raiser In which entitled more'thin'TIle''
I
one hundred fifty children between A GOOD USED CARFROM
Next Week
Here
In College Comedy the ares of four and right
I -- will take" part The special dramatic -
A RELIABLE DEALER
(Continued from par one girl (Mr Hove Webb). Prafessoiladdl reader jive the reading and
WIHta Dunlop) who hai the children furnish an effective '
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clothe\ but In trying t* escape li'Meeorered been In love with Pn Howard background by providing some of
in the outfit and mistaken ...
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(Alta Joe Davis l ) for 10 year, forsake the line and playing part In -
for the houaenmher. and to Jerry torn lino. mo. i The "butter and one man" from whom* her h* take propose to b* the bouss- In addition to this SI high school priced '7*." under .....Iut. Jlopwwnwwll $4 O 00
Omaha (George Ranwn), a weath, mother. (song. (Claude Campbell) girl. make *' the milkmaid chorus,
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aluminum of Bui* Bulk College. and MonK, the football trainer the collerlat chorus and the sailor 2ft CHEVROMtrr COACH. itooU tin, new !
while attending the homecomlni spend a. lot of time refining aftef brewing alone choru*-all brlghteoatumed. top Bud tins _.............. ....... ,. $265.00
\ lofts the sorority house and fain to.thl It' .
Jerry trying to ret Win ever -
in with Jerry thinking h. taih
love football field to play In the ram l.29 FORD SPORT CXUPH Itisntblc
, housemother. The "butter and nr. $295.00
j >leg nan" promise to give the col- Th roller president (Attorney' Clover Farm Display new paint. np..*.-]. l'rireil
half-million dollar. butmake B. P. Roberta) and bit wife (Mr*
ltd a Shows Great
two condition for the Mlrlllmcnt Frank Skill) add dignity to the VarietyA m FORD TllHMI $A.Imr mllNge Mid
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of the promise: first that cant. Other players are two freab. new paint ... $375.00Ul1 w
; Hull Bnltt College win the football men. Bill and Brick (Roy Haynesand display arranged In the center
r xntnt: second that the housemoth-, P.i Herbert Waite) of the Homestead Grocery this JOfit.VICTORY I KKI>A>/-Oood fired,
or go to the mm with him and 'The hit of the show. the flapper week .bow. the variety of roods new Urand"" 1taJut. IVtavtl M>ll quirk M $300.00
r .,vtntually marry bit* Thin puts chorus copulate of 21 business men now put up under till Clover Farm
I 'ferry In an Impossible altuatlon. who portray famom type such a* label Landon Carney, one of the lisa FORD STANDARD COti'14.-a mi buy
I How I* b* going to alt In the crandt reach browning, sorority proaU owner of the local Clover Farm at ...,....... ..,...:....... ..........,. ... $235.00
; nd with the "butter and ..( dent spinster school teacher and store, pointed out yesterday.In .
,,an", and Mill play In the (amr Cleopatra a* ....11.. famous movie the Clover Farm rood display LOOK THESE OVER IF YOU ARE: A
Also, how la b* Ruing to report t* storm and other ouch prominent are: hominy, candy, roast
: Jerry put on the b umothr'ith character beef, corned beef malt syrup.Vienna ,* BARGAIN HUNTER
\ coach to play la the tarn Besides the flapper chorus thereI sausage peanut butter. i
.\ llhout telllnr where h* ha bn, an alumni glee rlub. portrayedby mustard finger ale, milk butter.
+ tram' how.. sad five a lot of entertainment cocoa tea macaroni. spaghetti Bird Chevrolet Co. ;
,,W ".,..,.'* effort to work out Of singing old-Mai sonar that noodles, cake flour, toilet "
the difficulties brings about many everyone Ilk** to bear. A. they potted meat, lilt and '
hilarious aitMtlOM. H* hobnob portray the modern college typethey lows "PI"j IIOMESTEAD FLORIDA
1\lrh the coach white pretending to are dreeetd In knickers. sport
iw the housemother and learn the aweater and various college toga. USE
1 secret signals for the 'ram, and Another feature of the show U
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man, make him appearance In the CHARLES DICKENS
' test minute on the football field I 666LIQUID
and persuade* the coach 16 allow 1 Mach nun Iwnda down a bvrltaco. BS.:
{ him to play.There TABLETS whether U fca mosey, propmy "r E-
are many other funny alt- or = rumple,"
Cure beds, lI..cWfFey"
nation Jerry's girl, Jean I Ie == \ Ii) t
Jealous of other sorority .lrl., especially 666 SALVE =3 | is an exemplary service of experience, \1" f
Nellie tile little freshmen Ct'Ri-:8 ,"!lY'. COLD OURS ,
S thoughtful consideration and fitting appoint- ., ;

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AT THE FRUIT FESTIVAL? Feb. f. 1115.
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\I .. ::.;- ,I Every grower in the Redland District has his [jj I


heart set on early grapefruit. He knows he tmist3'13"1' I !! ?_


.. ;. ..'" I have it early in order to get"a fancy price. 1


i.. $39ID1 OUR EARLY BLOOMER ,f 1.

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17-00:
tOO Down ,
$4.00 Monthly
$ ::;:::
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Any housewife would appreciate having one of these beautiful has withstood the test for five years and has hot w

new model E-Z-jt Way Ranges. Real kitchen comfort -
failed to'come through yet. ,Why take a chance
I depends entirely upon the stove you us*. Skilled stove deI '

I signers phoned the E-Z-est Way-every operating part wa with something else when you know that this, ...
built with a scientific regard for e id'D"1lad fuel economy. .
That is why it U inch a marvel for ease of operation, quick I mixture will do the work. I

heating and wonderful baking qualities, ,

Has J giant beat diffusing burners, odorless, smokeless Groves should be fertilized early this year, as

and troubl-fie.. Boras common kerosene. The burners are and the fertilizer should be put ;;
I easily controlled, you can regulate them from Intense frying i it is cold and dry,

; heat to a alow simmering flamo. Its finish of glistening porcelain I on early in order to get a bloom in January or the N

t enamel is to e.lto keep clean.
Come in and see for yourself why the E-Z-est Way is letting I first part of February. i

a new standard i in oIl range **1 =
NOTE-Three-fourths of the early grapefruit shipped out of .H

SEARS ROEBUCK. EE Dade County this year was grown with Redland Brand Fertilizer., =


AND CO. I Florida East Coast Fertilizer Co.. I


." Biscayne Blvd. and 13th St., Miami I .MANUFACTURERS ma :Jj(

TIIRKK EASY I IS STORK A. .M. to HOlTtSlI II". I*. )I. Ii Redland Brand Fertilizer --: I
AND rnEB1'ARKISO I I f 'HATIKDAYSIa

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