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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: June 14, 1923
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
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002075048
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System ID: UF00087295:00153
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Succeeded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Leader-enterprise

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:.O.!: I. NO, 1. ._HOMESTEAD_ FLORIDA.. _THURSDAY_ .... ,. JUNE 14, 1928 PRICE FIVE CENTS j I
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HOMESTEAD SCHOOLS MAY GET Dairi------- 1 School Bonds Offered'HOMESTEAD I TO HAVE"PLAYGROUND)-"= ,}:,,'




II NEW\ 6-3-3, GRADING SYSTEM Hear For Scheme Creamery" I' For Education Sale by County Board AND SWIMMING\ POOL NEAR POWER\ :k,



IN ANOTHER YEAR : -.., HOUSE BY FOURTH OF JULY 'v T

A ptati to man M4 County me- Th pUMtaf of reooUHtea* iWUMM ,
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I ODD FELLOWS to ne.* hi Ills country lit dairy tot MM "...w a*... **** to i* ----;;-'"'----

To Be Introduced in Aria mI by ten. eaainu. .im nt of a Mod, IM. ** Mat row luMkHanna. *** too CITY \V1Lt1i OJL Ip.
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SERVICEs: ON L Wtitttr
Schools this year oroMttty M hUuU Wm .....* ....... of lWOttlM talhorhrR4td\ tl, Qar 'V to Put Up

SayS SuptSuperintendent otwldwed u Saturday sights, ......... oi Ml IManot .ltd P1ltittgY. J'On Q, OM Htm4red BaUrsiiB a. 'I I

The MboWHMt* lexlge ._ of tile Bad County UaJry fund to 'peg th* bend at the require: 1'- UOU* .

in1kfw and Uberty I time WO r* two 1a.ortaat feature of .. tanks. bi ..'dea .o ....... 'ft.

Tells of Ad will held.. thttr \ This pie. which atloiri oae-half TwMday1' mMlMw or tb* B.d* Oounqrooheol U1blitad. .. b4 i MArf4i lrk4. lAtbtt :

vantages of New the ootamualtY.hureh In I the ahatte *f Mock In the cream- bawd.Ottar I ..llar'd bit 0./ .'.... '' :-AfR: \lGLE

Mnday svenlsg at I to. bo C* trlled by the bade important trnMtah .t tlM ....... ..,. ft Cave* I..**.",..-M1 .sit -

Plan'Jullt hi Invited. Dtler .board, \, tbrtgl4W M* tat .I t: -- -
oae AumoUtlon. wait ex- aouordlmi to Mayor t ft ill, U" pullilillpb

Th* Hvmeetead to detail by Rrneet Hrltton. InjpKon, low member, folloWI Tom Metrahey, who +iea aMhoitMd Work of Scwjftriag and

a* toon a* the- three tpper at Odd Pillows Hall at ry e f tile n.wly-or anld TIM board ttooeptnt the unmet K,,- to amah tilt *tr...... wtu <.***>. Bkuttag Ha Already ,,

wades of the Homestead high uoh Pull Florida City member la I Cnamary Company. A oom- tfaUMl -Bank'. bids for the lrkln hi* work *n M* la* bluObhey Commenced ,

!grow large enough to All the bulldln? City town hall, at 1:'., "" MUHtUeVIng. of Uade County school AMrtot .bend, Una IU bid Mopped work pending the Mil of Ute

t-hny an now In. the. .-.-. plan of, a body to lbs church. '......... was a.p twpeneeaest tIoft
grouping grade will be adopted and 1
TW memorial service tile ofloOTO of th* oornpany. lit ell the .n.... lame.As that have\ Weft aMpaaed of. Only a stroll white longer Will 1' ,
the old l-d plan dunarded her, a- 1"1
rordlng.to Cbarlea M. Ii1ibsl..ap.Jbteadent t't'- ducted by the Rev. O. Urn rf"4I01a,.*" that health. offer from James Bright -of IT -- Homeeteed boo obliged t.* swifter, and ,

of public InttruoUoa for parlor *f the 011 u"lI. th* surpass of hi' project, and Mock fr N Hluleth. school wu taken lone tor a heady lmmlnt" bole ;

Dade bounty. Tranaportatlen will b* .ht had team tb* ad for the under advleemtntNtertjr INTEREST when .. fellow" cn lab a cooling

'The preeent old bunding will b* the member wht have I County farmer to ute mwlein *.ll
needed for the tint alt grade" taiMrs : their own. and M heap faith with wets appointed. down with ail ito "' ..,... ,In faet

Zither when. tntrviwd on th .. II. .... that th* dalrymtn IN NEW\ LEAGUE thing will ran be """"'y' for even i
*>ibje't by a rcpt"HItt0Uve of Th I
tM county ned Mrs. i. month. longer i Moire" whys
leader. The budding reontly completed peratlott and i Hunt Starts
will ooonpled by the aentor HORNE his purpose wu to lay the 'sumo OF The trlangotar tAd JLJe>w4 aero** ,J

high ".drool--4hs tone IIIIh... vatte. fororttaltatkM and oo-oper- a Interior Work GROWS\ time Dist HUrhway tortfjh* Homo- i r'J

-then, of couree "'.'11 peed another stead power bone l, to WWenverted llJao.

unit for the Junior high trnool. Hower. LOCAL : At a park ar.4 playg rqundf With.. bit '- ., ,

u \Homettead school chltdr : .: PLh1ii. n.\ : Hospital Pompano Forming League swlilnming 1\00"1 Uti "", II' )ItuMtoo, act .
sfiuu
:
m can be comfortably housedthey a* AIMS FOR > Similar to That of eb0w*rsJ i Arid lI.. W.'"(il the tlaft- 'iLf
are for another )'IU'. 1 am not 1( WITH III-FTIES: TODAY I .
U O are in '4h?. swam, declare that
recommending the t-l-l plan be Ura, r.l.. loots* hospital sometimes Homesteal i L..

adopted, tile" at preaent"Thl I ., the Redland baarball team sailed th* Homestead Hoipltal .v..rytMo wilt 't'.' rU> M ppen to

plan, advocated by the bettMtuoaton W. D. Horn, loot back pl.y'th. Miami Hefty I'h"Our I today begin to undergo N !b"n,. la tht pHtDHi *a'th. ''*ttrth of July

(, In the country, will get IMflrat talon where he told 4* Its Interior decoration. Other oemmuolttee irs befclnnlnv te Thn water tn low Mf pHI l will bPlt ><
will their
try-out In nude county nest fall toet for grower there ; wear new Uniterm too get IntHreeted tn the local AmericanOfower d .
>* fHun (t !II to tent ilf-n. hers ,
d. Two week ago M'Io Hunt els.ed
when It will be adopted Into the Ml 1" Homestead shows rlrd Otorgt Oake.. manager *' League1 plan to organUtvbleefue the h Th rancrott
power Mi* door of her hospital with the
.,trot .. Under the nwtxtdernouptnv taain. "The Hfty <>llar w. Del.I
,11091.,11I. .
activities than any town throughout th* states' aeoordlnc will be dnUAWI .nd inflll.il with freshwater
r eoht-jie the child I* of the same .11Ia.l I limo whine game will help to pay Idea of taking a fortnight' vacation to T. P.; Piohe, *n, ft the three OmM .
more likely to Stick to ochool longerthan I the ta* ,." before getting "tier place ready for the ft week MonrdlnirUK. 1

he would under the *.. .,.t..mMr And good, tubetantlal evening too Wide-Awake I oomlng _n'. rush, During the winter member. I. VT MUr.. Afwr the water hn! ,
going bultdlngi club "Fompano I I. ready he.. .." kt anld
n.h're.. up we "'I) UU of wlde-twak her plane I I. kept full which boon pumped 'Into the swimming pool
Kedlund
Vtipvrlntendent Miner recently vtttff of," he declared. "All Actiqn'I eohrtaht the girl, mesas that alt the seven bed. there The object of the league I* to try Mob tlm. It wwi be pumped t* the

d the junior high ..,hool. In orlantio. growingait, but player of both I U eoeiire better freight rat*, to s.otlre .. power ho.... tNiwucIt t di Inch >liunderground \?
with a dance at the Guild Hall. are occupied. "But I want to take It |
Tampa and Jacktonvlll up the faatett, It enema to an equitable tariff' on frulta andvep'ibls
and olrouldt ttir ,h
t
; ., easy In the summer time, Mre. Hunt u I
.
ram with at
beet
"I found that In Orlando th (- five
Whet '
asked hi. ,'j from
i for coming foreignmarket
\: 'In! the> cooling pysteal of tits hilt *nitln'*
,
.PIM etas put Into eperaUon for tk. ", /In each oar aorompanled said, "and take only enough patient
work contemplated by th I south of here, to buy (.,tl. hat turn tbS
olcrtrtv
8rl time during the. present eclvooljrear,1 Miami, Laundry baatball'' nine to to keep thing lOIn,. .n..to..1; ,.k.1
ganlied American 1 liter In large Quantities Zo dlttrlbut ,after It hu mad the circuit .
014 b* reported, "Owing to local I but Thursday when the local About four year ago Mrs. Hunt eetabllihed it win
eendhlona, Mr Horn wild that h* : .to the growers-, and to dlirtrlbut Information UllI&t1k to the Pont through
a very ratHdly growing knothvr
1 : : : defeated Oho vltltort In the sic,. thla hospital, and tier popularlty "Y/ '
sty apt a determinate to keep th* will b* a aeoeee. Jt I to Cite grower." pip.. ..
Inning with a stoic of < to T. baa mad tbs tnterprut a complete
pubic trboolt a. nearly a* poettie .,' It..... j I The league ha 110ael..4 III
.* a homo- run by B. B Ward that .u_ \t'ork Xrulual ItawrMThl
to the beet rcognlnl eta...rd.. ,, Ot "' !. many thll'g this (the .. ;charter yet. but It* organlutloa ll
1140 I i .me. ,. mwni 111.1 ewe
& at preoent hou aft It* big purpoMtr
are good If the; bo being perfected a* quickly a. poenl!*
terlor and the junior hi,,, .wbool.n can defeating. the Mlamlan*, th. W C. fehvitt to th. new marthallfor : ,. f.C'eompllah.4/ ; the swimming pool
politic, h* .aM.Commenting ble. Mr. Fiche Brewer, and UR.
th* Same building. Th- JuK-e high iipon the \ 'I women entertained the mire Florida City. U F. Chapman, I Roberta ;:'mt.:* iubcommltlee ran get wttrr "t pMatlcaliy any tent.pentarp
-
echoui could b* conducted atooetIndependently Merablair with a euDDeen/ who ha beon holding down that petition dnlntd, And the power. booms
) or the other whocttlnre at ('lewlstonb"n irks Hall. for tome time, handed Mayor : appointed to draft tb* league' :caN ool IU vnnliiM without kllnbrillnt .
rr
It wa honied comiiactiy In oae- .ho "enl-l that the crop '. ,on8l1\\ullon. The need for such a
Une-up littt<< week follow: Edwards hi resignation I lent KundnyAfter I. plats for m.*qultoVit km
halt of the building, rh. liulldtagvt time and wax;not hurt b I I"llIbt'l league wa flrit frit hy n. Mtttiatdck,
Aft Ward pet baa; White. hit appointment' at Tuesday I frogs. M there had lIMn danger.. *r
Just oompletellatt -.all and I* a aftrr'
May n, tit ., t !local grower, and _.1 tnwUngtrtaf
mole), both In beauty of archltectaratad third over.The nail ".. ; Erphen. harm ,Iht1141 I meeting ef the city council!, ben held. oliif/ with - ,
In adaptation to tile pbyalcal J Roberta, left field; Bill Ward 'and after the council continued! the Unt iiumptrii. >MN Uw> welt aid' t
.figsaqd JA.Ita"""' "t rider the taVlff law ef nit U>* ,'
.. ,
.e.<1a It the nhool ayateu."A IhI41.01.nll Bummer, pitcher 'appointment. Mr Bcbutt was sworn !apt ; th0,0uUeFitibO

yd"Cb.oourfq,of.MJjdr varlr* allghtly t se *h. Kd. Ounn, catcher: Carl, Ingram, I In by th. mayor llr expressed hI. rases may be changed .e ..iay <*>*,> '" t .
'
frenu i th*, preSenT e o1miee/-etwiy **r .... ? u ... *'| tJErnB t Qmiaman, third I i Intention t>t utor4IWII, t" +tat tit 51Mila .Ala M+ttltptaae to r iriiinlIk4 .
"' ** ti1
,
*- l r '.- or .. 'v1 ... a
the ....nth. eighth and ninth Entreepaean Z* W > .,. : N
.,{ training and horn. economic. HONOR '''TRAT'' .... .. .L' K "wtr in tile pore! ,
------ If '" tbuuiistn ,.
,lire provided for ayid.. prlal /Inatrue- A eemumq tg .is.: ehtg; p ." "hl> ;

Hon I II glverffn. nnyrio phytloiil. tduua- FORMEIf }- CITY COUNT PEES SOLE ,t- 0...... '(ban''''''
ton and fine nrt. No f If,.tlv.a are let Hume! ," owlet Mr.re J'IC'ft. ., I\ pie *tlt).t prvewary tn wl It.to th* "'
offered .tn the t, venih grade, a ttnall Roy Molt t of Miami de temperatunt. Wb ., tb wairetnrm -
going In try to aridr than w,
alt l .tlve range tn the eighth grad Md dentof 1"10 I .Jlly, visited' PROGRESSIVE AT MEETING to the pool from nfrcul-, -
.) liberal' rang In the. ninth grade. MEASURES "nt ar ttrc.Irving tnmatue. and pu| 1ft "Iorllla and .. i Sag Ihrexwh the hut endne a< the .
.
Without going Into detail. 1 might tI"1IfOIl Uir market far te*{
I walk prsv u to his < | potter home, It win *i- warm .n,ugh
nay Mlut th* Junior high school 1 noun j money than tae can be troduord (ofla
he wfll n Must See That Their Cattle Stay Home at h Mow a little cooling In ,
of. itndy In Ortando I* planned ln aaooirdano Ga'I1..rll ere ..,..rt4..." tree wittier

with the gtnorally aoorpttdraune comer eta 1 nd begin Nights; Dogs Musi Bo Tagged and "W. wtll slumps have water that '

te far developed throughout his !4. g. Jle e.Heddes will b* rfrwhln0y oeol without hr.
the" lulled State where the Junior bet t Chickens'Kept In Ing rb4lly. ," !Mr. Webetor nUd.

high tohool. ha. bee formally spring padua ng claat at -. PINE DECLARES, j I* M>ura tor having their bogy i.

adopted lit, of Florid where he .. bare haul a taate of the gay iMpt up. Thu a pet .f the Hty.Aeautlful of a peet hole "'onOfrom the ho-

The school.-.-. riao omok.r.*.--and'. the .tit- no's. In the Oral I life. In Florida City, and then t e, program( ,tile i .b* carriedsat liE \WAS JUDGED ruins, the pew'r heua adthorltlai

.tent body ass. pleaned with the Junior H.uOltr was a ited Into th ... of Itt! Buck I Ia the tt. .. have oonlractcd t. eoeply hoc .'".,,-

high K-hool arrangement and much fraternity. I' Kappa Phi ol very tnuo-cow-moo In th* Tb*.councilman vot 0.t, allow Ito ming tank with (rein water tkrr i

prefer It Va the farmer I.' plant friends In ih I tonality. w... dairy. The city council decided W,the painting of the city hall. M, BY HEARSAY time a ...k. I

"In Tampa" continued Mr. ftther ''to him f d to hear meeting Tueaday night t* *a- "'. idberg sots given |h* ountract. In addition t* hoe twlmmlng pool

''it "the Junior high ..,hool organliatlon, work at the nlvemlty. a pound for sissy live Monk wit was don *.< thtV.uggeitlon, et A. there will b* a "baby pool' .where I

f.-l-l plan, ha* bern la operation" It ham. or'the pound, for them. W.'Jones prealnW M'tkl/ > eoiin-Jll, Reinstated Solicitor Professes children loo young to swim may

tome aeven or eight year*, The two ... tun feting the mayor's to Mr. W. B. Meyer, city .Ie k. wa! Admiration for wad and frolic to thtlr heart' cwitent. .

junior high: ochool are kouotd each I IeoIIl'IO ,Reinsta Pastor crop.! Just always helping the authorised. to pay nff a "W note that After the triangi' baa be<-ntherougbjy t
W a building ol It* While 1 tae W. C. T. U.
of study In Ohs Tampa_ Junior Declines ",w.+; day And' In every way ':rag mad by tbs old' council nad acartru and "leveled off "-

high ,echoolt'vtrlm ony) lightly.. from butttr and butter" at a pop renewed by 111. prevent Council All : three caeload e' sand. l will be kpre i|

the preMtif spume of study for the o Church publication declare the dairy the city bill were approved, "1 wry tried by the senate of the over\ It tot! make a pleaaant plajf. .'

efcnlh.. sight> sod ninth grades tk. aayt his Cou Preeent at the meeting betide state of Florida and found not guUty,' ground till hip ihlldren,

M-iregatloa of 0.. pupil of that age f The council'"decided to have Robert Mayor Kdwardt and President Jones. aid County Bolloltor Fred fine woes. Th (.....nllr.( |* bounded on thtnorthratt

;t {*aniteIt to 184* claimed te be outAoleet comrn.n Taylor theMty attorney, draft a stock' wire: Mr*. Ma Sohweltter, Mr. and ...11.4 If h. hail anything to say publicly by Maglef, .Wnu. (also

In ltw t to warrant" the ivttrm. Refuslnl upon his jet ordlnaoct.Dog Mr*. W. tt,Heyer and M. K Pouoher.Councilmtn about bus. rUnitateinent, which the Male' Highways;, .s the south by
\ I found Wit ttudent todT to be an lnetatatnep is putor of the Pint
,jltthiielawfo" ,' ...tit.-*..."* (lot of ohll- Chrlatlaii urch of Miami which that appear. In public without king, Kohmr and Hunter jutne not long after his tuapciuilo'rent ; Margaret .trn4 aotf an the east by : t

Area situ wee: aatrmbled from a raUi came the ek afer his resignation their tap will also tat put Into th. were absent oPec becaua of complaint nrCil'' the extendon of Pin aveitu*. All of

< of rti to .illbt.m1t" brew ally pound, It wu decided, "'1t I* un Mr, Jon,* outlined a .plan for Improving by the Miami ('brl.II&IOounoll another It ha* already been trtrlfled with
had QoesteR by
th board 'tit
'$erlntenint. rither said that ciders air," k* marshal. pointed out "for the pavilion*. Thl plan, which organisation In' tn. ounty the Hoettlorl'nf the corner oecuelexlby ,
of t
church th* Rv. HornetS
manual trlnnlng and d7n economic Rata M"I torn folk to be prrmltted ore let wits eaJhuilutlraVr\ > received, will b* "rractlually all ef the ccmplalnl the old Ideal Repair Shop. bulging '

.'. art tow being of Tam- heir dogen\ wttiiout; bring ICc'f need carried ut tomeUiti m the ruler against m. were baoed, on polltlnaprejiidlo but Mr. Webttpr U defoliating(
'. arid l bean dons to be
: re
; y Junior high tchool >aa quoted. Th
when other folks .bf.t. .\by ,the law It It. hoped. II* alo suggested *." for the pnrelia of tile tot "g wiilqh.
until of the
In the.ether I tht.betrtnnlng oboroh n bersltip ha
SO.volow
gresept year wbehi to* earollment became Tf I* uftlcleut' spoken And when* b y paying dog tars -And If yon live Umber of Improvement to b* carried When eked It b* uperted! to run this building staSIs add be atttM.pate "J

*a great that the\ Industrial dopartmento time rhino t h* tag, put It on the dog'. neck with out Immediately that will Imo for' another term a* county solicitor. no Olffleulty-in getting It.
'berahlp' It .
bad W give. way\.;to make last Run It voted tpoke almost vole k wire 0' a rope. If yon havtn't a cdar I prove the look of th* town The Mr. fin aniwered In the af/lrmatlv. "Do yon 'reuly think that yon rail

t.:0: ::: the tnerrawd number of mooely t ta.ln the Rev. Mr.nntnl *o I can knew old lloen. ** ha gnu OD the lawn ef the city hall.. la "My work In tbs criminal court .f get thing* gotng br July ttT" MrWebeter '

| pltjwe fipasLatin and gala ben bough A tat Sowed away In to b* out and something I* to be don record speaks tea, me," Mr. Fin *aldt wad uk....

iig1i! i.j,t,1"' art offered In tbef as Its pa t. The feeling found In a dress drawer Un't going to maul M make,the tries on th boulevard ant positive that If well meaning "Poehlvele. ," "..'Ih. anrw r. "Wi
i f f f.lg-h grade a* Introductoryuoune thla ebu but which proved lo be
to the regular'work' In tbw* tell by t all minority. U said the: '. grow. The general disunion abowed 'cllilMM who hail *o bitterly opposed are all going twtmmtnr en Ib. ..

ubjeota RAW Altered ID the Mnthgrad iM also 1 WMM Tempi tolt -st- The chlckti came In for their ', that all prearat felt deeply Interred m* bad come to m* personally about Fourth of Iwl).- ,
and I is
of ..thigh Schools In th* Mats s hare of the) oonvereatlon./ They dig In Florida City' welfare and heir ehrgre nd given .me a chance : .>
epnetdef. >t outgrowth of -
time -
"!- J ck onvlll. they; art erecting com'i 'P plant on tie boulevard) and In pent their beat tfforU lo the elt !IG state B-y pare, ttty would havt ,
Commenting
bined site ef the spas floe work of the
two Junior high ac..oot-e. la Springfield two chnrche* to private yard, and M her mutt be behalf. I been my frlendt liutead of my inn ,
exert an lueno In Mtatda of the tt.t.. lerUlatar witchhas
and one tn Rlvereda, to cost, county pOlltlr I I... Not a ilnglo Urns did
any organatloo -
t whet\ completed and furtwhid, ....tfll&IIII Mr. phyla a* on* of the organlaer Just closed, Air line said;
that oppod m* talc m* b*>
( eaoh. ThM building' are of limp Cb ltas Council. "Th IBMIIIM tag wa* tk* ,m
dny'icatw. Fitch.ha* an aodttwlura, In a *t ment which tb* ReA )Mr. Fat out Ibis CowiMMt bind mail to oa. for its membtrahlp for croet-examln- and unfair that hind ieglalatur0 l .

L IIIQlUllu... ladoatrlal shop room Bats toad to th* choroh. Just sort Uoa.. 1 waan't asked to give. my aid* ...... rwIII,.* 4n Jtepreseetatle -
and library In addition lo the regularcJaa SOUTH DADE PUBLISHING CO .f the tltuatlon. They simply ooaemned WIllard
the board ad asked for lit* reelirna.. fongrht to defeat It
me .hear_ Mr. titanmod.
room M )
.. of ..dF. beenprvparcd lien Mr. la denlar di 'lOirEwh ...' Put mallr countle oolltllmbtre4 Wes
The rur TAI 1"1.0801.1. .' 1r a etatement agalott m*. and yet
J. ftr 'aich0ei be.IU' 'Certal happy condition prevail large countl.**. and It (.- tin
year Pus hat never mat .
j m* Of U bed to m.
; rUng next ail whet sheer bulldloir* among tutbloh t believe have been r I weuld, be ortl..mllne U U lie ubmUt4 to tip
glad to talk before
I.. nm be'opened: VM court-ef seal Y brought -uf by element within the ;: ,/ Date. . .. ,. ,,. women ot th* W. C '1'. V. and gses tins people In the form of a cenMltutlem) )
I U olmlbMr. lit It* centmr and arrange* church. f> tr* tees dUMtlelted mradment at the next primaries,
I mint ta the' on. now being need"'* with tk*' | from ' fef 3 months theist,. cheno t* hear icy aid of the aid the* till! ..uIII,. will have oviwnator
usage the
Otattd.. ., pnlplt the Please send The story but they kavo never asked forme.
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1 f-:: mettle' the v OrKantaathnt. petition ctvtt righteousness and Homestead{ for 6 months aad three reprroeatatlved At

: ', of th* genetatkU prgsm.wbMh hta been rent we ...... _lxth' of a ten
;el nr.nlr the recent 5eat.rene. one year ...ped oongratuUUofl upon him.Ukt .
,:, .ur.tllltwlldenU held a t Xt..,*lnd.Wipt. Md t* f rai<4 th* werky--the poeltloa Tbre* axmiht, B4Kalt) manlha tl'. M) cew year, Ides W O. .... \. stop and an* reprewntatlv
,,,pl.'P. A. :Hathaway Of Driest on |a rlghteouanew and the "Tb "legtalatiuo" I* t* b* contralulaud -
OK Jo* pk Mr. Fine laid) that k* admire the for
'pri myself and ireaeral p tram which hat been used paaelng aa few Wild Mom

r ,'rWee.or of oroadary" .edemtB is 1Dews lb. work. 1 have Name . *. . . . . . I. ., . W. C. T n ,.* member are Oncer were jwel4 tkea snot out fewer
at tk. tTMveratty .* nun given to fceHUad number of Unte.l I. their effort and haw .* ulterior ere pawed. I* my opinion, we, ; hav*


k'h sped lasts*by ckoai,. apodal the...beat,1*"Mad,/**.tloo e,ool of a*ytm Mrs far J.devel-ofihn Chat praref not )reotteJly.f to held but Pithy agtJnet that time Address SaVV, . . .e.: . . .: . : . .". ar motive* likely u ta tbs ka*prof*." *h**.loaal_14. refermer* soy too that rnaey Improved now, and oa DIver.... original.have. bad to* i6


t.. .' Vnlted ...... led iltt.dJust. boo* k* to kcl, tbi raatott reapeot both t .. Upon bU retura from TalUthaattei. maadmentv More) attentionUituld I

.//II' .. ?.nigh: ......* is Clewia*. and ra Vww) .' ." ': .. met at the *uUoa with brae bead koaa
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Member 91 the Church of Christ{ who half Mr. Roberta keep> Uw watt- otlvvd word that eo hu arrived at Mr. and M.. Bum Umphray men and bad lIMa able to get ........ epedal. armor -'ea> at th* Miami

will bare a plonk at CaJtot batch Saturday leg lift 'rotf vMHaf M the Bomb her Borne tn Toledo after trip that len Homestead Saturday for Albu- but be to now oaflnea to hi* ....1 high wheel, when she will pnparato

Valet ptrtor h.oOp, 5t *wM. b! IHMrtm tuok bar by way of Yew Pork t Sty. quamu. N. M.. for the bmnflt Qf Mn.Umpbnr ...... eater the-mater clam. not fall. alto
.. .. ..... Mra. W. to making Mr home ttt Maamer wHhher
Mr Kla. MMMMMd. Me*. Ray sad Mead Ike lilies -of t fteSoWap Ifta 5ess atMM hut aaaan M Morn baaltk.Mn. Mesad Ixxshrt.
4t& UM ads Mr at taar TVMtey.UMM : .... tile. wtMIM he lid bless. .ftaaa and WM a IlL 1M Post Maud Caldwell. !. vkKUaf withy ....... sad M. H Fotieher meteMd deter Mrs C. O. Wga. Another
ape edbg wMki1 .a.ma at htor. ....... Havpltat.wk Mi. .... sea hr ........ Mew H nM. Mr. OBMwMI to Mla.t and Hialeah on Monday deter, Mia Margaret. Reberteo wke ,
*..JM ft* tit CMMM Or** :sane..' rywde see k.pB. she will r- lest Bnufort a C., whore bo acpoet and "....... Mr. aid Mr*. ... C. Grew taught la Miami' the .tout ehool year.. '

M vtottfeg. fcto .**ad.*41ur, "' & i It 0...*.., Mr* Ow. n and kehy. turn M Homestead nut ...aeon.C. to spend the seal a.. weeks. while la Hlaleab.Cbarlea to atteadlng the ......a_ college la

H..... *{ Albany Oa. motored dewrl to B. Alaobtook proprietor' of the Marion U>oml. and Helen Drinker Becker wa a visitor la Miami and !. also living with Mr...

KL A. Caplinger !II redecorating kto Homestead last wk Spend rl Aluobrook fturvlo fl Luen. WIll Mav were ..nil... IB Miami. Monday. Miami! several day tort week. He .... High! .

bane Had. J o'h.* en a sew root and day with Mr. and :C. C .:: tomorrow eight for AihovUto. M. C.. Mr*. E. F. MolTctt to UI till _Ie. Itad has 10... Oraver; and his two -.-..--

aWftl 1.g*> Mr. Ow.n. and Mr. Weaver made an to spend a ...-_"' vacation In the Jobs Eby of Miami callad" oa hto daughters, the Mbae Isabel and Roe-

Claudia. UvHwta I* vtottln her sent utontbU trIp to WHIt Palm Boaeb nountaloa; mother hart Friday. ailed Becker who ar* living at its I REDLAND 1

{ Mil toots Mr. and Mr* )\. Millar of & IH BeeoDd street thin ..ummlt.r. .
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Miami. T> and Mra & .. Shield who moved
Mr WWIam'VtB Winkle .to ptu- y
Th many friend of Mr. HomerMulUvaa. from Florida City to Miami ever a
bIn, to vlrit friend In Key West In
wiy be clad to k*.w 0' her month ago, ara pleasantly located In W
rt' --orrry. the Magic City where Dr BhHIda tonight the naarVuture,
MM Ueorg Keller and family willleave .
t clerk at the T. M. C. A. They
Martha I.ee foctttarly .t Red ..". t Friday for Balltmon ta
spend
tntertalrted ae hair house guest rertntly .t

soarrind' Mr*. Hattie. Hurrla,. ot Florida the eummer.Mr \
: .. Herman Schumacher .to on ,"

Mr*. I '? Mia Catherine Bheffleld hu goo
M adenoid and tonatl operation Mr. and Mra George Kneel anilchl'dren :
to Miami BeaoJi to speed the next
aDd .to recovering aUataeK"/! will leave thto week for a
two week, keeping hones sad enjoying
M,. tad Mr*. jr. ... Umpftrey' Mid beach IIr. with her tw brother, trip to the north In their ;jar.Mr. .
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I and hen. Sherman Ward, JohnOdod.on
family motored t* Miami Beach. Sunday i I w rd Clarence and Charley Bhefflald. Clarence Schumache
and Alma
and enjoyed a dip In the turf.Loulee to employed with Hampton i/en
I Miami vuntor Sunday.Mr. .
Conner Land Mms Carts i .t I' Rob -orb architect.* Miami. The and Mr* Joaeph Oractham ot 'I

tr wr shopping la Miami Pride' I jr lung people declare' they are havinga Plant City, .who have been Wetting .,

Annette f>.....*.. Of Miami U "'-1'-1 eplendld.tlme there Mr. and Mr*. J. W. Campbell left torth.lr
In al the horn Pt Mm A. IX Clinton ba just received
ef her grandparent home Bunday.Mr .
Mr. and M W. t k word of the aerloua Illness of her
(* A ICing, I *. Andy Rapp and daughter
brother-la-lew, & A. Smith! of CUnonvine
Howard Lamb ha. moved lute Mr*, I ( CqDn.I Ruth will leave Friday for Ohio.
Ol***| house, I The girl' ft Redland have organ
I I The friend ef Mr. I. 8. Simmons
Mr*. Smith who ... been vtolHng toed a club which they call the Wide
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N I will be pleased M know that she 1.Im'eatly
with her brother W. A Uowott I Awake Club. ,,
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leavkg far M. Augiutlna where she M1'R Mr. Thomas Brewer wt* a Miami
her home In Keyeer. W. Va.Mra
will attend the graduation ..."'!,. i W. W. Bevery left Florida CityMonday visitor Monday. ,
4It liar nephew children.. After ashort I Mr. and Mn. Ben Low and children +
Miami her
owning for to Join r
visa with, them she will retrmto of Miami were Sunday vlaiton ,. a .
husband who ha accepted a position
her home in Znnlo, O. at the home of Mr. and Mr. Herman
In the Maglo City Schumacher. is
Mr*. Carter boa keen la tlemeateadvliltlng i Bam Bllverman left Monday, evening v
Mr. Mr ,
and ran Robert returned
bur eeuthUre. If..... J:. A. for Oatneavllle! when be will attend home fro mthelr yen
trip north Saturday.
Slrtrunk Bad. Mn. W Connor.Mr the summer enatlon at the Unlvenlty e
Niagara Falls Hemiwtead L. I., and ,
*. P. T. Job MOD and little ton, of FlorIda. '0
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F. T. Johnson Jr., of Miami .... vtolt- Mr. and M... A. W. Jones have

lot her. .parrata MA and W...., J, r.Vmpll. A Corner Passed Many Times a Week BL Almost_ Everybody] 1 postponed their visit to the North and Ington vlalted thehy while attended away.the At Bhrlnen'Waah-
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Friday to attend to a little bualnaaa.B. Mi* Joe Arnlod of Cuba .to visiting Clt,. convention.
Ollbert Tatter. .( Detroit, Mloh., :
W. Whitney of lw *twaMr I at the home of her percale. Mr. and I FLORIDA CITY ITEMSMr. II Mia. Jaquellna Kdwarda who hlCeept.4 '
whO has bean Melting IB Homestead,
Parma, o6mpaald I. R. Mattbaw Mra. W A. King. a place en the '"ult01 the LONGVIEW
hat aeoured a Bonltlon la the n t 'f .
:KaUooal Dank of Miami to Homestead Friday ]uat to see what )fIN Vivian Free left Homestead and Mr. A. Q. RotwrU ef :Ma- Florida City achool, will attend the I .r" : i'

south Dad look Ilk*. Mr. Whitney Monday far Talbihaawa where aba raaja were guests ot their eon and summer normal at the, Unlveralty of 4t"

'f r. B. Hobbs ntlll'lled teat week and young Wesley Matthews are put- wilt take a sis week summer souse daughUr-la-iaw. W,. and Mr. *. Hll- Florida at Oalneevlll K.... Roy D. Marsh, of Miami, wa

) from. Dlikdjp, Qa Mr. Hobb had aooffipantod > tins out,I" summer crop at >.**!. In the Florida Mate Collage for bum Roberta on Tuaaday. Mr. and A change In the list of officers for th* gueet of Mr.Tucker last week. ;

his ihotk '. Mra Balll water Parma W m.n.Mr Mra Roberta Jr., moved to \ \I" city the Ladle Aid Society WM made at Mr. Harold Lyon to on the rick
Hose, en her return $0 her home In Bam T. Younr. Miami ml estate .. Brown of Miami Beach was from Homestead three weka ago and Its last meeting when. the election of list thin week.

0\ :])lak.ly after having vetted brdanchdr. dealer, rebind hl. Il-acr grove In a caller In town last Friday, are occupying: the cottage next to the i M.... Leonard Chapman a. secretary Lester Moeer be. cold a tract *f f

MIl late Mrs. C. D. Bryant Itodlaid the latter part of last waok. llvla Dam. to taking bar vacation Coller horns took place. This'ofkos woe'left vacant land Bear the Longview club hone,

In Hom'*tad. Mr. HoLb returned istorn.etead He ba the | wee plan/en. :d grapefruit thin week In MlamL The many frlcnda of E. J. Abode'I with the renlgnatlart of Mrs. Will which will be cleared and planted Inavocadoee

} the morning' following the and King erwjaad to apaotlnf a Mr.. Oaorg Holland and little eon regret to leant that bto Illneaf ha.beooms Meyer 4Mr.

sudden death .t jil* later.l food early' rop.rlnd left Mr... Manic hospital last Wadn_ eever again. He bad been] Mum 0111 Robertaoa" of Florida Mary Smith' of XenU OH who

Oil .r..v., the Fours barber of Mia Hulk n_ have n- day. Improving after several' weak 111- City ha gone to Miami to attend the (Continued on Page Three.)

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BY JKAXKITK: TOI "Hi SOHTOV I I. i i. Iudee. .r 'IOI.I.I" <'>11, {esuth.ll
) ',M the\ itimiit, that in
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The main feature camp cookery "
roll It* li n ,< a' a 0. nlBlmv 'IOI'ld.. City
to t* know how to build Ute Mr .. I .
I hi.. n",< >,. <-n called upon (o mount t
that the cooking may bit doa* In lbs .
II'.' u..lh III( a youth or rhlld
vary beat way JI'IIIIII.' .... Every cook To I... able to bald such a rent M

ehrald know how to build the fIn?,ai thai hi gooI rnouch cause 'or... pnbllrlty t

a reputation .. a task dp.,nde *. w nimpalKU to the 00(11! nf the
I ..,tit to atlttrtta ti wn whole cll-
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mat MI trotvt\J are
FlnM, split rood hard wood_|T**> f >ly tilt-wed In site opinion of MrIHiodtw d,

*r dead--Into ettok of wiltonn ale t

and tlllell_ Lay lion the twe ..... "ll..fnn> many year have peered ..1I
aM Mr Hh4.. 'I truly expewt to
ttak*. oroi thee near the ends wit
lea Moi'lla City Mid Homwlttd M
, two other, and .. on up until rod
eat 'ononIIIIIt.I-'b. only I differenceWIN
you have a pen a tool Mdk Mart! a be ID' the tart till while the

v' firm the pen, then cover It with a l'r part that !Mi troy HonuMtead will be

parallel layer of such laidn I hack e ills I>uier.w portion of town, and thy
:f;I' apart Croei thl with a Manila layer r part that tlo ..W Florida Pity will
n* the boa ton raMnU l wwtlenTh .
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that ... tI'otIth.* r
in w town rm"rc
i\ Y,w s.r It with a paeans. layertlki \ Jotottm or tk* m-w cotnmtinlttm will

{ Iald.n Inch apart Craw: this with 1 d1r ) cf' I not lir 4l1od llhir Hom.ttt4 or

i, ,.. a similar la.*r-at right angle and soy ; \ JI'Iorh7, U may be a combloatton
y of th.t(Iwo but I rstber think
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{ a .I It Will "he ta ntlralr new ppIUtlon."
: I" draft will raak a routing. tin thatwtll
' f' Mr.' nhoJ_ was quick t. warn his
k s\i. \..,. all burn down to hard mala mallJ l.rvl.wf rni!.t Ala pr dlcU.. WM br
,," If.:" log a bed of fire, which V. kat the no *..*.. bold on any private Information ,
t h t short Jim ..mper'.04 .I. Ire* which" ha poMiinnil p rUln- I

.., A. Mew are aaMiftflatty outdoor? log to Hi* Jotatnt of the: two town '

ii,,,. dalntie*- regardless of 01000it but that It WM wbM kk lm ctn tl ? might be well to give a few recipe had constructed out .( the facts of w

,\,ts, fQr their ID.k"0 new hit would the Irdatlve III...... of .II..lOWII. '
b. complete without a recipe for
'Wli" Mulligan'. which may b* mad oft '
, .kf. fleh game, or meat Local GUll Club Eligible
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,:t.i ,;., I "Mullliran": !Meat ,,.., rwI To Take Part in Meet '
.. ,IS Cut up Into puce tw lathe square I 51 I .1
,)> ;t' about two or three pound of beef -
: '. .\: lamb. lean pork, mutton .r vanlimnBltoe Matchers, at lire Hom"-I-: "

rr. t,'( '. thin two large onion and play 1' c'1/ Club will lie eligible" I* partlolpate In
, .. ',, a pMSt and onlone In ,,'1.. cover well with water Add twocraped lend 111101,>, thin autplm. of the Daub
).; and diced carrot and cook i : __ County Game rrt'tlr.alJorl..

, ." Until th* meat I*. tendef Then add poi. L ;! The prated from this ntkteh will go
I ,).ta.toe* out In thick Uora. and a light i tu lb. hay Nuroery at Miami Tb*
,. 11':f'r.0rlng of flour Continue t,> Cook OII11hU' r anl&*/llon will Issue Invtta-
frr.. i. .; Until! the potato are don and dredge lions shortly to all tkunnen In f

: ..;< jMaaclonally with flour until the gravy l,>nj. County
';',;\t* {thick< and emooth Then the feaetMtiiWdy ; Th watch will slut M won a*

,yrf{ A half-cupful of diced alt shooting I* finished for the Cor IO.- q
j ,Vporkt.! :often cooked with the Mew in III'j bIM. trophy cup, end will probably l be

1.. 'ifold: ",,u weather., for lOt or' nor bird oa the club

l ...;'. "Came" HulUcan rang* at Atlantic Peach,.
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I Ibis recipe must b* changed to lull 'I'LONGVIEW
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. bird.. It I* beat to leave the stall -- t
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large onion thinly and put la wth the '
HOMESTEAD BAKERY pant the Whiter here with hr mother -
fame, covering It and cooking until
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" j the flesh I Ia tender. Thicken the gravy .
and Hnulr Unncott returnedt
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: her hoitw. on WdnilayCel. .
;.. .. nab "Mulligan" S J. E.: MacDonald NMkoldi pee bought Oft Wait

., ..t Ids, and $It in thick .':,-_ JProprietor. tie, ,* anti tiM,puU* .hinay ImproveU .
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:hen a diced nlon.. a few lump. of ., tuekw M> wa up.rale4kt4ti /; n t
utter and cools pilot cracker broken S- Ws Miami tionpft!, returned horn a
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quarters Cover woth half-water andalf f'a tow day at*. Wi* to elowly; iei-

.milk, Add the eaeonlnf and cook prorlnfIrvln, .
v. Ith the pot covered for a halt-hour \ .' and Virgil Lyon am working

.. ''hen uncover and cook ten minute I : .' ,J at Hweetwater tkl ....*..
.. r eo longer when It I* ready to .m. I .... R. Mmeolwtilte. Hw ".w**| potato
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( ; TIE HOMESTEAD LEA0EIIIOMI } '. 1,
that which UM oankorworm hath tar\ 'I dislike tulvtee sod I heiehate' to adviser noon after the high" eckool 1 cloeaa, or I .
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.:sen:.\nJ rf.Oftrn" I Agriculture Horticulture Livestock
halt the rat rptllar eaten" and id you but am surf that your good even wh -n'th young t..llo".re ,

I h .VI 1(1'HI:ft. II\foMAKJIIKIK Ire goes on to ray that Met which llutatvrpUlar Judgment will Inul 0Oil to ao. conduct through with the seventh. or .eight I I$'

1'1: IIY IJ;A/-H. .t r.l.tant .:,Htor hath left baths thus cut The J L ed"r that It will be absolutely trslvs. there should be a pocketing I When Adapted to Dade County's Needs V!

t fACH AUCHIvK. Dual- worm eaten: sad that which the cut" free from unpleasant personalities.and or the family pride and traditions I I By J.B. RAINEYOoeusy d

nees Manager worn ku sett hath site warn I that I A wtoejIlural h'yt
army you will always a oM local .which may Intrude and demand. a very + Newt :

-.A.p kt.-----; ; antennas M 'stem awl stets wMefc the MMwn politic 1 have round one man about .important 'position' instead ot ), L (Questions will be answered ta this column.)

nxiond class leafier In *b. pastofHcM *> hath ton, little tth* wbowerapntat 1 a* good a* another 1 have found work. Practically alll tile worthwhile ::1

HOm.*ta4. VI*. .a1tg M *0 ftMdtls.eta
that
many men .
x are brighter mentally m. not history Oars bean right Convinced that a column of fehto ed perouae to shape their work ao a*

PublMhed every 'a MNi1,1M1) 4/it./ A 1. [aF"bMMir, morally. HUM ethers It IsT en the pound floor In Industry Mprweesaloeal Rind, o*..t..ratlvely produced. will be. to Sad Mm to devote cuss afterwoon

MWh Dad. tab Ws Pg >I ly a matter of environment.Mi endeavor when youa* ot MwatMaMe value to the people ef and evening' No thin. matter Sometime
It need !not hurt at this meeting will be devotedto
'ttV* r1pl***> re' **, p MI'1nesreraags The Leader very great ouoaeaa anybodr HM t. south Dade County I have oeaaented
: have the eon werklag in a store eta the mange,
f Most
l. < Wncwrety! TouraOBaW to preside atauoh
chop or faetery or at whatever employment Colllna grove baa been selected
*4mdyMaaajmg a*
Til* I-KADUi'*'CK.a.: ,\ ,;, cotaae te hand a oolumnlatlo the place for the meeting because ttI ryi
W. besv" } la HonWIisWDad /> ;End Editor Honesty. pan4aMlty. Judgmenl ..round table the oldest aad largest avocado

...IIt,c I 4bJ {Ib.r t4t can be learned In almort any pursuit; where question grove In the county and because ef

I w* believe in its ******* ft***. 1 $ Mllh Nh'' *' 1dlg YId GET THE nOf ion, NIt...dee.. I* one of tke moat Importanl answers the work done there by C P Melnette -

and be potentialities.W bath tk* lrM tt banal MfrmMrtilot Just about tkl* time to mortda there thlo*,for a boy to learn. and suggestions, personal federal entomologist\ who has
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......,.. In Its' ett ue freJt/ !*- dill' IWral verm-1 *MjjL i aN turned too Iw gets It wUiwxer' a rtguM, ",00ta for some years been noadneUng experiment
from UM beel.* and .
dulVyt.. arooad* Industry. IUrloh at a *** lnr were >If'A ttaMror fad T*. heUday! Job may not exptrlrneea I with SPAT both Ilu aid and
college
thevaaad
of doe and timely .
v prattle tomato tend, IU ...*.- I 0ataty sin esitteaka aaaatCO loft ho boy are, of ....... Just little! work but tt will be valuable In torn I article can :to all who coma. ,
( yon nt l1i d.Mo. be exchangedThl .
e smelllnt pln" land and Ita qualifications ijf a dupe-big eaeugh to be notoy and iWidlpr upon which every hu.naan o
New Bulletin.
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,., wi a regular rrmlsd I the wrtt bath; left bath tire eon [to run errand and ak e. eUomaiother 1 atruotur* mast stand-Time, I Ie a county -

w IjuidW borer eiton! and that wWeh tk. warn [ are really fnon.HOWI2RTMD. of special New bulletin for distribution. have
eung men etnrdy teed. Interest,
Just been sent to ny efrkro from
bellova in our professional borer IMh left, hath the Ileselan fl], band bright' and and each Indus-
_II. our tradadmen and our boat- ready te take a siren MAY OFT: Washington They Include 100 ofeach
u..* men; and w* believe IB thrlrdoelre eaten: and that whlh th* Henlan ti I), 'bold and pall Intelligently when givenfa HEW' GRADING SYSTEM J & RAINBY try to worthy of, of the following"" : "Insecu Injurious

for law enforcement and oly- hath toft, hath to* cabbage worn I chance at work or play Many obap t special c o raiment to the Mango In Florida and t.a

lo lgprov.mente.We late.: and that which th* cab the boy are not yet at the Conllnnrd from Page 0".1 It will be possible. however, How to Combat Them:" "Red Spider! !
believe will pointwhere Cincinnati which have the under this beading. to treat all of our on the Avocado' and "Avocado, Its U
our people tprpredate worm, hath let, hath tha den JOM t reputation
The Leader. effort to the life work I* decided some of being the very 'beat schools of ihls Industries separably.Asone Insect Enemies and How to Combat is
give them pews advertlaemenU scale eateni and that which the Sai, think they want U be lawyer or dooI type that hate been developed ft I* with a problem along these Them" t f

and editorial' that will bring them Jose *ral'; bath left, hab> th m ay I tore or merchant, and are-favoring the with consensus of opinion of all thoae: line to asked to make use,. of ttla column The till Tear Rook ot the United
whom't was my privilege to dl*. and I will, to the beat of
tit* greatest measure of truth, Jua- moth Latent and lust whleh the gyp h one profeaulon or calling one day cur the junior 'high school, that this my State! department of agriculture to
ability. give on honest answer At
available for distribution. It baa lOUp !
tie and helpfulness.W moth bath alt, man eata't and something different. the next But type W* believe. that It I. ou, dutyto self more naturally to the proper dlsclpllnlng t
they are all willing- te Into fully receive and broadcast any Information -
get
nwv the public to the best ability, that w* mart bray talth A LETTER TBOM ONK: ()I//' OLBWEtVWIBHERS I that mean a few dollar on of this sage of development AV of Interest: contributed. subject. It can be secured free by ;'

r I with the public at all time and : : Mturday and perhaps some expert OvteIoa other advantage of claimed for this dl- Avocado HftltI..,. writing to our senator or eongrseemen. -
the grades /. that a larges .
that to do ao tee must print alt once In bualneaa "A* tiaturally per cent of those pupil who finished On June II an avocado meeting

the new without fear or favor 0' THE. MIAMI. HERALD girl turn to doll and housekeeping the eighth grade either do not enter I will be held at the Colllna grove at Ik'nlre tot Ftrmrra,

prejudice or color since booed Jan f, 1111Ml ---If ho more demonstrated than 1 the fore ninth grad or slope anhool bees north :Miami Beach A study of alt I would suggest that every Iadp
publicity but promote community completing It mature pertaining to the avocado will county avail himself of the
grower
** Ruby Ltach, the desire 'The ,0
to dies* up and mike candy Junior high school .
welfare, tends arrangement ha made, and dlaeuM, insects and free service provided by the state
The Leader I-the boy to hold pupils In school t*
desire to do something the completion< of the their control will be particularly marketing bureau la Its Pot Sale, I
BALUTATIOlfWith Hotneetad. Florida. that la don by their father and big Another advantage of the ninth Junior grade high llred The beet ftrtlllMr and the Want and Exchange Bulletin( Thl .'

tbU. IMU. The Homestead I My bear> :Mia Lucas I brothers.Getting. school curriculum la that the vial general culture ef the avocado will bulletin tilts farm machinery that I* t
I was (raatly1pleaaed to hear thai I Hit number ot pupils who do not and ot course. be dlaeuesed The nextweek wanted and that la for ,sate and It I*
boy a Job
Leader enter the anna el In holiday
newspaper will not continue through the senior Issue of The Leader will announce sent ties by. application to I* M.Rhodes .
R south Florida, not to hold verbal corn you had returned to Iadr county and time I* not the cutest<< thing to do but high school, and college will recrlre a the speaker and their subject State Marketing Bureau ;,

tat with other Journalise .llalon< I Intended entering the newspaper bur It la worth a, lot ot trouble on the kind of education which tend more *' This' early announcement of Jacksonville. All should have. this.

but to fight for aefttbera ftad* Count sear, I feel l that your experience ran I part of the grown-ups. Th youth I themselves te flit them In for after the. life leaving they the wtll ninth find the meeting. should allow" all Interest bulletin.

and to lineal this parr of the worl,1. be put to ese:.ll.nt ue* at HomceteadI of .Iateen l to twenty feelo use though grad. On the other band the Junior

wa* editor of a country he had high school curriculum la so punned
nwepapr'or already arrrlved
Becaus our advertiser and .th t at manhood that It serves V
aa a gradual change
t t semi time and I itlll pride my- 'an,I want to have from the .
friend wished to trip u* oelebitt the a part In the earlier grade types to the

publication of the tint luaus of 'I'll. self on the fact that I am a country program of II'.. A sew hoar. prefer .more. liberal work of the senior high JOHN B. MOFFETT .
i .hool, Thla transition .
period therefere
dltor In .. Other part of the new*', 'o loaf and sleep and
Leader eat and Idle
today's pap r la larger than really (tend to aid young peopled
the succeeding! Issue will bo paper buelneia la Ute a* plaaaant ..I but tilt majorltv of youth would continuing In school; It dens not ESTABLISHED 1911 .. .'
1ft the Held, It I there which force them through an abrupt change .
In political uwjea, Th. Loader will (Weekly that an employer could afford to to give 'I"t .
the
up pursuit of higher education -
b* gnldedi bjr (Ito common ion**, MJsted one come In contact with the people I pay) not neceasarlly a big salary. ." ,

by IU democrat complex.Ann and form. man' vary dear ..rI.n4.oblpL I* oftentimes It Is not In the saucy el ere II was after Superintendent Fisher D .

'r It possesses far more Mntlmeot because the employer considers The made this detailed. study ot the Junior
high school organisation that he
noltJ"JCI'II iiruairr than city newspaper work, In th* lad an apprentice and know that the recommended that tbs school board

The :Leader congratulate th* grayen alt), the editor seldom cornea In coo- experience gained more than balanceeservice I esubllsh. a Junior high school for REAL ESTATE, RENTALS, INVESTMENTS, "
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to be operated In the now
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tact
who are organising to secure tor any considerable number of ., but the Job I* a very Im I Park building now. under' construc INSURANCE .

i this s.gtlwq. and all ot Florida bettor his. reader. and. group* of people aado portanl thing tor the boy. tion.
.* the country editor In a sh oft1a t feature necommrmlrd.Jlecommendatlon v','
freight pates and bettor condition (n long aa there are rule Ikehe n of Superintendent :

general marketing our big crop time, the emotions become part of t will be exception and on. of tit j Fisher that wr accepted. by the REDLAND "DISTRICT FRUIT AND TRUCKING ,
I J editor life and be feola. the emotion county board of
//f"' the building boom now on la most prominent 14 connection wltk public 111.trut'Uontollowt ---:LANDS. TOWNPROPERTIESHomestead ::1f .,'
*et the people who niad his .
t Homestead la a real Inspiration. '' paper the oloalng ef the'school and other r That where practicable, special' Instruction .
: In the oily reader. com and g a. Institutions of the In mualn, art and
proves the absurdity ot the statement kind Is that nomjj penmanhlpxbe -
The etlltor seldom know wheno they boy will be found about given In ail of th* anhoola of ,
that summer In Dad County very useful the -- /
,a came:nor whitne they. .... Out In theamallrf the house county c,1
can b* nothing but a dead _0. Byshewing office or shop and hl|| "That manual training and home \

activity In all seasons Homestead town the editor won learn. service* will be welcomed by the heaof economic be.I.bllth.d In Red-
to take a prraonslfst.rr..t In the w.1- of the family land and Homestead. schools :
and
can bid successfully for new occasionally h* "That manual training be established Cafe ,:
fare or every cltUoo, and the joy and will
% permanent residents, and It ran con be paid seething for his effort* In the Coconut Grove high
sorrows are felt aa keenly In the _hool""That
newspaper < and
I' 4 time ta matte this bid by doing every aceomplUihmenta But In th* special Instructor .
odic b* emnamhlp .
In the
i year Jut what \t bas done this last aa born I male the boy are not of great help In the Junior high school, =.;.. = ::: -:- -= -
Tie. editor of the weekly. paper not at horn played to teach muslo art and .
They have
| ;1. year--reserve most of the blllldlopa..tloM ,,- not been depended pen-
intone .h.... In the fortune end In all grade belo wthe Junior
and ""'
: until the cropping aeasonI .1 upon when their studies demanded high school THE 'ONLY' PLACE TO

..40\ ever 'ortune of many pereona, but aleo nearly all of each day and "That specially trained Instructorsbe a

t. w pectator and participant In many If'art of Saturday. farenU do not tenured and necessary equipment EAT IN TOWN FOR
II; charming' Installed for manual training and
lira nAM T$ romanoeaI make th* beet tort of employers for home economics lo the new colored
am convinced that you will Ito d boy)! of that high schoolThat '
Caterpillar mor than an Inch own-They stn }pt I THOSE WHO CARE.
\..A your happleat ....t._ In helping to to think the work don. .la additional typewriter and
peep delayed the Albany Newporttrain alreadypaid certain model filing cabinet be pun
,4 ODe bout and II minutes Thle edit The Leader It will live. woo an for and to expect too much. chased and Installed In the commercial

,. opportunity to share In the aweeter Their eons are presumed department of the Miami high
hold-up probably produced more real to be super school.That.

,j shuddering than thai eued by the aide of lift and keep away from the boys and the task set la often toe certain power machinery and I '

turmoil that beset the larger commercial hardPfMe. equipment for JitA Gargal Prop. .
Chinese bandit .In the Shantung out* a printing shop be purchased I ,
I; ) newspaper venture 1 and Installed la the Miami
, rage, or th. footing ef the Ruhr Valley a willingness to let Henry high-.....001.''_ H_ __ .. I
: by the Communists Dad* County
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grower know what harm eould be IIIIIUIIIII\IUlIllIlIllIIllIllIUIIIIIIIIIIIIIII1ll1I1I1II1\

done by bandits from the Insect world ,

and how they bug bandit could hold

WBV, local crop If they were allowed

ta hale ", .rr wiy !I BURTON'S DEPARTMENT; STORE

We are simply in tor a big fight I

, :rote v-. laeecta, t'\' writer fur the

1 Haturday Evening W feeds that It
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: wa, a mistake for Noah not to have HOMESTEAD FLORIDA 'I

. steed at the gangplank ef tk* ark \. \ f .t. ==

with a fly ...alter; but the he .... .
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those that, rode In on the back of the ;; .: *
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other animal a j C- ""N A ... == s i
Muctstlng V>la. matter, Orva Lee == ::3 = .J
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Fa entire effort of '
Man fly along eoaU la average annual = = THE our management 1

leer ftutoe, to more the wheat than can crop hundred ot the million United 3 ; i ol .IS to ,give to the people I of Homestead _= = ,.'--- I


dollar. It reminded bias off Joel =-=- i and vicinity-Service Quality and i : = }iI

pb"0.., the harvest ef the ... a i = = ."

field and the wheat'' cro,.- -"lie i' Merchandise that are a credit to our' i.f: :: K t'\j\
animated O baabaadmen e ee
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U ,,.rt.,,....* WIAT HOB' () CAN HfflEY ..
H. aye thera I* a loan ot trail, due IDY? i :, .:
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brows a* tea 0"1111'Mtb, that oUtls.8 E 5. :: Yours In appreciation. i is == ; .", ,.))1

e0N0 a year Another blight, i Joe Kurton.s I i= i ,, : W

tIN San .,Joe e .<,.>*> * ,
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Joel 'II1'Ot. "..ltat wtila the pallet S I 3H : '.

wows bath heft bath led Jcw\IIII: m

,t..' n, and that. Uhlch the ..t' WoOl r/ / { !!! ( (! ;; !!! !!! !( / ';'. 1'

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M, Dade County upon the ., := 1}

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to the South of Miami to inspect our t

attractive stocks of woman's wear. !

l ""I to '.,' and profit by our Courteous, efficient )t

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NELLIE \V* LAM IS NOW w

MRS KUHN,. -TO MAKE HOME HERE
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L. k> KM Bonier,M. .1IM s"Hf. talk, the ft-. 'MrMrs. .. Ikesrnalpr 1'4 East Flagler St. Miami, Fla. _

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I bout of the hrWt. araot4 tl!:jilt .Fred Henn la ANNOUNCING TO ALL THE LADIES OF DADE COUNTYA
I Mr. M. T. WaDwn, at tiff .$...., Hostess to Society
f \ lat t4a, afternoon. ,
)" "'" *" wai the tpM *t dled by
n The bride wa !'"" U >>.. Wall '
and eranf btoeeom and her drew atwhit tho members of the Wo__'* Foreign NEW DEPARTMENT WITH A FULL LINE OFDRESSES'
Missionary Society of IVrtda City at
crepe urimm* tkolr meeting at tilt tome of .Mr*,
'f ices. 8h* anrt4 a boqiMt of white
I/Yd peon on Tuotday Twelve women -
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row and jaamlne Her little Mr.ASarp..tte .
were praewBt to holt' make the
Walter, dnoed In wftlt
topic one of fenr4 helefMlnee" Mr. :
; ornndle adorned with pink rosette!.
1....'. |oU were: Mra B f Collier;
WM Bower girl.ltandiag i
1(1'& 1 M Dobbin, Mr.* W. S M.yi I
e. atald of Tenor MI.
ere. Mra John lilffrer, Mr. LniiliOablua
Dorothy TOwer wee delightfully daintyIn ; M..I
Mrs. Leonard Chapman
light green organdie trimmed with
1. I. Bevory, Mr*. 0. M. Freeman!
pink. She. carried pink roe and were
Mr. J, H. Rohrer, Mr A. D. Clinton
i white konehalr bat, trimmed with
l tad Mr*. Robert Taylor
white ribbon

Miss Wall am'o brldeimaU Miss I

'r..' Uvl Oarnei wore a beoomlnf pink U and F Club Gives
bo-ruffled organdie frock and a plnllI -
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trimmed leghorn hat the tarried Dance and Card Party I

t pink aowere.Tb. Tea' 'IT and I Club," or ahl..d In I
'bait man WM ttaftry Kuhn and Homeited two w k* ago, enjoyed i'
the trooffiwnan, Roy King. dancing and card at the home of Mr* FOR EVERY OCCASION

t, '111. wedding march wa played by t, M Holcomba Wednoeclay night I
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\ Mr*. O. t Gaalt. tin. Wallnm and This club, oritnlMd J''Unt for food
Mia Nina Drew served refrehronM: time' sake, meet every Wedneitday I GRAND OPENING SPECIALONE
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'fll.bride' > a dance and card at the
I. after the treading party ,
HUNDRED CHARMING AND PRACTICALDRESSES
gotng-away just wa of nary I. O O. F, hall I
blue and tsar hat wu blank the and' Russell MUlii II president of the
1 her husband motored to Orlando, her club. The other offloerf are Cleland

"' former home, for a ta-day visit, wad I II j wrence, vlot-prealdotit; H. H. Pond, '
I l upon their return to Homestead they I evcretary, and Mir Dorothy Cameron
t will occupy their new borne next to i it. aeeretary and treaiurer I .
the ''. l.. waves recldenea. Mr. Kuhn The member" are: Ml*. Carrie fOR THE WARMER DAYS
,I I. see of Homead"t snout popular Bohumaker MU Lois ChambllM Mill

t. vaunt women and her many friend Nellie I Btranfe. Mime Terrtce CarroUhael You will fall in love with these
wish tier great hap pin''*. MI. Nadlu ChamblU. Mia Nettle -

'hi" Other, bealde those already mentioned Feagln. Miss'Virginia Cameron Hand made Sheer Voile Dresses
t. who attended the wedding, I Ma Vivian Free Ml** l/oralnn Plumm -
went Mr, Oault, Mr. S.W. King, HIM I r, Mb Dorothy Cameron, George) of a richness that makes them
Murray,J. P. Pollett, Juan L. Harris.
Ptonnle Tucker and other member of
J' the Wailer family Cecil Hook Alex Humming. La sometimes called '"Cotton Georgette.

font Oraw, Wllmn Bummerlln. C *
IS lemy Peter. JI:. >U Brand.nburg, Opening Special '

O. E.S Has Picnic; RUMll Hill. Cleland Lawrence and
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Meeting Next Monday

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Local member of ibis Order of the .
' Fish Fry Affords
,, KuUrb Star who are attending th* ; $995"Val
1. Robert More plonlo at Fort: Ijtuder- Fun For FrolickersThe \ t

', !*talc! today are Mm Joiner. MM B.A. V. I, S. and Wlllln Worker
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Carter,)lr., rrank BkUl and utll..., .
Clams! .. '
enjoyed a flah fry at the bayUeeday : 4 ? .
"UK Writ lithe beach chapter 1bent. |I. : .
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evening truck
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live can carried the tun-seeker* to f
,' The Ad Aatra Chapter, 0. E. 8., will the' pirate (..round. i irwrh" Choice of;Snow White and a
meet Monday evening for the.>}ut '
,, J weat WM a mat euooe eieptlnf "
I trine IhU summer- .8..tl.ulll.. ,, for ont feature, and, that *a* _variety ot dainty summery colors: ,.
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their meetings again September the moequltoe." reported one who
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'WML' "Though hot Invited to attend I
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, tni moiUltoe came lit nan forma- r
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leased Uoiv and made an attack on .everything .
Wtih Children's,ProgramThe in eight V,e forgive Mr Pitt \

J children of Florida. City earn for propheeylnt that they Would all AN INTERESTING SHOWING OF
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DRESS VALUE :
and attention be! blown away, omen he proved to be WONDERFUL
f I In for their abate of praia READ
Ouch an expert at frying fish No LADIES
when they
last Bunday night presented '

a Children Day program bofor a doubt poeltlon Alvin won Campbell hi tho Waldorf will be .e.king Astoria; Leading In Values-New Shipments THIS I WHITE HATS 'toI'
I a engregUon that gave everyevident "
01 enjoying It to the utmostMrs. for he li certainly adept la the Just Received from Special Discount Offer Good Only ;
s O M Freeman and Mr*, t. W. ary Arta"The cu.lln-I New York CANTON OFF THE ';
flah caught by David Barne Until June. 30 CREPE 85 FACE I"',

: tertalnm.nt. and Ploy Watson at the Homestead GEORGETTE e WIDE ,
PAISLEY FROCKS INTRODUCTION OFFERON t
th Market were said to be fln*. I $4 BRIMS
Kong, "ow Firm a Foundation BRAID .,
j 4 Among those prevent were MfrLoretia REGULAR riicts I
by the audience.orlptura CREPE POKES i'
t.' Horn, MIr Mildred Campbell -I) Also AH Silk Canton
In order Introduce Drew DE
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our ROLLED
Mia Rita Fitch Mime lx>raln* ,
Prayer, the Her, O. U Freeman. Campbell Mir Sara. Wright Mia, Crepe Dresses Each $ we will allow a Special Discount CIIENE BRIMS

Recitation "Johnnie .'.Dnl..." Olivia Wright the Ml****} Dorothy, Finished in the very 12,50 of 20 per cent on every purchase )
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Wull Woldrtck, Mary ant Roe Tower, the )I....., Latest Style. Valuesto made i i. our hop until June 30th. For Women: For Misses i:

; ,; Song. -U* Not Forbid Them," MaryCheater. Katherine and ;Nina Drew Mia Na' 525.00-all Colon IMPORTANT f I'
din ChamblU. Mia Gift, Feacan. Dad Paisley Combinations Aa exceptional offering tut ihoold
I' Deed tiaras Ploy Watwn, the Rev Yea raceS ,.****.Thl Con*** e*thetime yoa _
Recitation, William Henn. < not mint!
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C. M. Walker Mr Pitta.\ Alvln Campbell f
i Choice by bho girl, *,. Tell' fri Oh, Albert Geiger and)Cbrbett Geiger \
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+ Thursday, June 14, 11123 THE HOMESTEAD LEADER Pop Seven

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Churches r WANT ADSMil ) ![I LEGAL NOTICES l'l'L'i

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THE tlKClIT COURT Of VtOCKLA.VKMTH -- \ '- : ,
KENT horn with n od 'rnoeavenlence i
: WDKaAl. ClaVCUT I Ii
.. partly f.>mWw IN AMD lOa DAM \
__u_ I moans and uleeplng porch Very.... hi CtuuKMV "" .1/:.1'I 1
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IMFTICTTh enable ewnawr rata Fw partloutarn
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Mtaal at It a. m.1 prahlagrte_
ReV C. M Walter pattwflunday .t il a. m. aad t p. at.; Bpwrth MO Mr*. Untie. K. Ugataiv at VIOLA JACKSON. Co HaUiaBt.v : '
+} school at ':"* a. M.. A. J. League a* 1 p. m.tlorMa ; prmtM M Ch..k MTM*< halt btockura *. j 'I Vb '
Draw ..wpcrtntaadant preaching at I ( Emcee.WA WILL JACKSON, Defendant.f ( :
City ODoummlty (rbuv""- I i :
U am and I .. "'., B. f. P B at t! 'The hero p. m.. Mr*. .._...*. preridcnt day school paaMr I with Los heir eel DIVORCE ; I ... ,
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at Ie C W. ,
L'" Weld.
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wMk N I* eMI at the Iteral Palm I
The rubject for om a\ Fon
h thy serious Bnnay FlBIICATIpJfIt i
Ilka euperlateedet preaching at IIa.
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morning will b* "Plan* for South.8aptleta" I parber Shop Hptrtel attention jiv. apteartng
re m and Tilt p. m.aperlnteadent by affldaXt 'IIIe4Ide4 :
a. to ladle aad, children. nagier
la the evening the. sub Jest: preacklng at 11 a. n. avenue-out Brains via, U the Clot Itt two &(,",_t.. CUM fJJ ,
will b* "A bless or Potlat aoroae front tb I
and fee p.nvItodUmdJrh that residence of VIII Jacluon,
I : Re.. John R. Hoch, ,Mowery *tr* tONE > U* defendant Uereltt, uaraed, U ear( j "
4 EPISCOPAL knowa and that there Ie n* I II If It
peruse :
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paMur Preaching ervtoe at I 19, HUNDRED AND r.*TRBNtown '
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M. John*-Th Rev. U the scats of florida the **rvtc* L 'I
Dr C. ///P Sunday school at l1$0.METHODIST: Iota la Florid City for sale eneasy i
at lubpoena whom bind
a upon would
Jackson,
rector Sunday school at 1* term Title .
absolutely perfect ,
.. Ub defendant; that U* defendant ,
m.; morning service at 11 a. SOITHHonmtraJ
In. .
Edward
Stlllnr wnr
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la over the site of tweat,- year; i
very Sunday e_pt the fleet In the -Th* Her J O Btradlr .
It I therefor ordered that sail defeadant :
? ponth night aervlc at 1 p. m. theiIIet putor Sunday school at lea THREE HUNDRED ACRES ot b* and he I* hereby requiredro :: f
Sunday; Communion the fourth uv preaching! at 11 a. m and I glade land. close In, for sale O' uy appear t* the bill of aomplalnt : t.-1. I
Sunday: P. m.; Epworth League at Mo; p m. terra. Till absolutely perfect Edward filed la .said eause on or before M MI.'::
Stilling. Florida City. ew'necLI day the 17th day of August A. P '!Still !
r. UJTIlERA JlfAMofolA COMMUNITY cmncnTb. otherwise the aU..Uollt" =;
St. Job.' THOROUGHBRED Alrdal pup aid bill will b* takoa a* confessed' = 1'1
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J\edllUld-Th. Rev O. I
RO'Dr. .
Wnv J. Carter, pastor.Sunday from Champion dog, for sale R L.Mowr .
by \
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pastor Bervloe .
at I p m. Khooi at I p. m.; preaching //5 1-
>a English VM aeoond Sunday of efcn; service at 1"'p. m R. F. D. Homeetead. Telephone ta further ordered that order
month la German, the last Sunday, iSIInTHODIIT Next It16progress. b* published once a week for eightcenseoutlve |
Bundayq. evening we wilt be weeks In the Homestead S
The EPISCOPAL ; favored with a sob bMrs: Pauline The Circle plan will b* put Leader a newspaper published la laid 5
White Scare, liomeatead-Th* Moody. Ionl":
Invited to all 1 =
county and Mate
Into tfect In the t'nlon M the beginning 1
Rev
f' John 'R. Hoeh, pastor Sunday these services. of ,the new quart.r.VIth Thl. llth day of lun A. D. lilt j =
"j, More than 10. women la the church DEN SHEPARD, |r ;
,;rx BAPTIST KOTFSTh The Sunday school with Mr Drew It became necessary to take this nwtep. Clerk ef the Circuit Court. 9 Quality j
*' teacher' claw In the Normal a* tuperlntendent made a new bleb A food auoclattonal meeting of By H. :M UoCluney DCS .
%} Manual meet Wednesday evening at record for attendant with 111 prep the union In the Miami aaaoelatlon (Ct Ct Seat)_l-l | .

tal: aoloc'.. Player meeting I. at cot last Sunday. N* doubt the school was rw>*ntr heM at the First Daptut 1 Appreciation of Quality is One I IOt
I tj clock. Th. teaching of Jesus will be able to reach the mark of Church of Mtal mt Mr. C. N. NOTICE_ L=
about the family will b* discussed 100 at the present rate of Increase. Walker and hire A. 1. Drew repre-
$n Friday evening the Sunday school The primary department tinder the rented title union Mr Walker spoke IN BE:: PETITION OP HART the surest evidences of the developed i

.aehers will meet to discuss tithe lessens direction of Mr. Nellie Kuhn ball a on the necessity for mission trainingIn ANDERSON!: TO BECOME A FREE| 3DEAIER. =! Individual Merely "good enough" is no =
for the coming Sunday TIll splendid attendance and a faithful the Sunday School )(n. M P.
Notice 1* hereby given that I. Mary aAndereon. longer good enough for the man who la
tjluw t taught by Mr. C. N. Walker group of worker Through the kindness Wallam I* provident of the Church 2 1
At I clock the church choir will of the V. L a claw of young Improvement Society: and It ha a married woman, Intend S S: growing in his ability to take a costructlvo H
to apply t* the Judge of the Circuit :
>1 practlre.under the direction ot ),fr. a men a largewatei1 cooler has bleD mad a fin record of personal work Court of !ui* Eleventh Judicial Circuit SIn place in business or social affairs. The Ii "",
Gault.The bought for the use ot the Sunday ,and visiting the tick Through the and for Dade county, Florida on = merchandise fostered by this store reflects i
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officer of the B. T P. U School *o the children will be ,
provided food work of thus society the social Saturday. the llth day of July A. P aKII
were elected lat Sunday evening.Sirs. with Ice water. next Bunday room of the church will be provided at the .hour of ten clock In g: that policy to the fullest degree. Value I ,
R. E. Edward was reeleotedpresident. The Cradle Roll with :Mr*. Flatter with a set of dlabe* and the the forenoon or a* soon thereafter a* E:I can be judged only in relation to quality- ii
Under Mr* Edwards' and Mr*. Loylew a* luperlntendenta, ,necessary kitchen utenell They have practicable at the office of the MtldiS in material in in form II!
I treatment we i
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ladershlp tin. progress has been mad and Mr*Kathryn Drew and Miss ,also appointed a committee to .*. judge at the court houe In Miami,: s ,
:+ *na it .U expected that the Homestead ROM Tower a* aaaMant*, now ha I cure chair and table for the Primary Florida, for a license to manage, take 5: never skimp merchandise to fit a price, but Ii
Vnloll will be one of a select few to art enrollment of 01 ohlld..... On I II and Beginner* Department charge of and control my property I Sand build it to express a quality that corresponds a
receive an., At rating from the state I promotion day they will have a large I of the Sunday School estate and to become a free = to human need. Our is de- i ,
BI T P. v:. secretary, for the pat number of children ready to enter The Rev H. H. 8turgla. pioneer In very reapeet = a price (
,,, quarter. The B T. P1.. I* growing the Beginner' Department, The Be- I IIfInn mbulonary. on the east coast of Florida MART .1.1 i termined by the cost of production plus a i .
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." so In membership, tbat It may soon be ;.*' Department has the personal I 'I* visiting In Horaeitead tart .1 4 MART AN : fair profit-large enough to reward a !

r',".. veccsaar' to orrualae another union. supervision 6f Mr*. T: T. Vann j I Sunday he preached at the Baptist .....;..hF I worthy effort--small enough to win an .1
J Almost halt the union took special The W. M. u.. with Mn. Plckard 4 Churoh HL them "ChrUt, the ?
Audits wan Mr* ;lone (t* ._rrmanI But = ever increasing patronagto-"38 pars of .
I luring the recent B. T. p. U. a* president, I* now' making great j Wisdom of God." I
i Institute, and several are you sure your eggs are perfectly "
made perfect freehf lEi knowing how. !g
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Cooper and Mr Drew I
; I morning1 eggs cool enough to B R. W. Rhodes. n.Rhodes
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f I 4 Other officer* of. the union are: Alvln TRANSFER AND GENERAL HAULING H'eU Bring some In for Mrs. '

t ti Jj>rew Campbell. secretary vice; Mrs.president Nellie; Kathryn Kuhn Prices ReasonableB. Jonea.-Exchange. i 52 East Flagler Street I, ,

" corresponding secretary. Fred Kuhn C. MURPHY ;
\',K tt-easurer; Mrs. W. T. McConn.lI 11ijrarlan Phone Advertise in The Leader Miami, Fla.nunununnnununununnuuuuunnlnumm .
," 11-4 Headquarttn Jfommtaoa'. Filling Ii
and A. I. Drew chorister \
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i I THE AVOCADO CITY '. I Ic Irregulars of. $6.50 to$8.50 Values $5.85 I, Ii


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I :LTIiYU "I'LING HOSPITABLE ': that you can depend upon for both style and wear we suggest .
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= .4, '. models, large assortment of patterns and shades.

E W* are In the heart of the wonderful Redland section with four time .' : f

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HOMESTEAD Isle bustling, bustllne growing. thriving town of about

,,a t.001 population j
:I. "" 5 / HOMESTEAD .. T: $25.00 andr$35.00' Values Special $19.75' I
r ,. : I I Ie the largest winter tomato growing act shipping paint, ,
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" a" HOMPflTEAD I* the center of an Important grove .eUon-I't'API- In plain white or white with stripes-some of these are slightly 1

6t, ,.. i fruit, range and t&nlllrlnn4' Is, perhaps, the only aeotlon ef the United soiled o>r damaged
State where the avocado may be auocessfully grown commercially Some
. B marvelous.return* ar* being realised tram the avocado. Choice winter trie- MEN'S GOLF HOSE MEN'S BATHING SUITS \
i ties kave sold a* high a* lit perorate of II to II fruit. Single tree kava E
t' : yielded. over Sill la ono year $500and $6.00
, Values for ti DO./O $1.85
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= t or fruit er vegetable land, first com to HOMESTEAD. Ton will Surely meet = Light weight Hose in light and )
a' sociable, satisfied, contented people from your ewe Mat*. A good assortment of plain and I
dark colors, what :you will need
'.,t. 'W,'>: ,'.r,:!r- HOMESTEAD climate I* unique. It.* probably 1* degree warmer Thursday afternoon. fancy colors, all sizes. .
t it: 'iq i' ,' '.c" Winter;and \* degree cooler In summer than point 100 mile further ;f
B ;) 'I higher than those .f.New England,'tha.
= II.rtlll.aumml' temperature are BO ; Red Cross Golf Balls "-P')
; = r ,;.'! Middle State, or of the Central State W* bare DO oppressive steeples J C $1 00

.h i r "'t{ Bight. .Night are always cool and comfortable ; Special, three for . . . r'' i .

: ft "F GENUINE ENGLISH BROADCLOTH SHIRTS '
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'It is my business to sell groves, homes town I

f& lots, trucking lands and fruit lands, always, ; a in tan, peach erey and white with collar bapd and collar attached / ,' j

'r" M .' ':however working, with but one purpose: ..:" style, a beautiful jacquard figures, flO OK, I

r That you shall be satisfied, and that you re in all sizes special. . . . . j)) .OeJ

'i;'t = ccive 100 per cent of value for your invest 500 MEN'S MADRAS AND PERCALE SIIIRTS i 1
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1.1' g ment. Ask for booklet but better than that,
'. Of plain colors and neat stripes of white sizes flj OQ ,"
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" .':. t: > ,: Hew may r b*' of service to poet Ask all th* 4ucstlene you Ilk*-. '
' v atost OIfE8TEAD.f"i.i Athletic style, open down leg, cut full, no elastie'to break, O C
.f ,.:.; i I sell regular for $1.00 and $125, special Otlt/

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:"A. It's a drastic absolute clearance, regardless of cost and loss. Thousands of dresses,

'. ;, .. suits, waists, skirts and coats to be cleared and at almost unbelievable savings, """ '

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j. I : v e're making to unload this stock. Now s your chance, this your opportunity to ,/

11" buy the finest of Women's and Misses apparel at a fraction of real value. Look! Atj. .

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Formerly to $7.50 Formerly to $7.50 Values to $7.50 .
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$2.95
$3.75 $1.95
.I $3.75 nrokrn iotA, bnmtldil dip-on
0 KfW Mill-In till* __0'1 nxxlilx, TM, nri u> $: BO f HiilM are hers hwM>UT-all. colors' plain and
.T Myllnh. thin ramm'i mmlfk.iNMtml white baronet akirte, illk' In at only (t. &. Not old atyle fancy \.Mall fine quality l
fifelNW with woven dot, cheeks awl plakU, alno wool*. Hiher, but new. clever waUU of yarns and formerly to .7."0. If
ryq, .\ vollix, llnrm Mid (InKhanw.efty hklrt In Oil bit that formerly HIM, "oU".. and (norgPtlMt overMINIUM. you' And one. to mlt/ you you rMW ..
: (f ; Mr more In tha lot, formwly .old up to f7 60. Bl! price, They K'' taut, no be *. of a wonderful, barIraI.
up to ,.O. Bate price BOW t*.U. c'half*.13.IS. early. Chokes $1.08. Choice IU$. .
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lode soil mil, ..- Jiwt aU mo.i.u rrr-1 : bltantntg clrauvnp of alibi and f'IIl-$.pnrt listen In but ea5'
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brut grade
but all goal Mylwl
Clearance. b the cede. tit >o fday that'stlsat's $14. I C/ j'I 1 1t the nwot wowlur'ul talun you've wa'. la year *t d"t ok'e
why wo almost glee thwn way.' Cholou
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Merge soil 'l.rtc'OUIIt.JI'lnll ..,..... stark dMdM 0,1,. ill-, i I I If.

a >EVermerly...to.. .$37.80.. ......_,_........_. ..J818.75KIT I e it nullity Rl'On1! nuiterljiLs CXJU'S-Too tome In deg UiU COM great. ImliHltxl 110 sale In 0k fftA and

also, M. HID Bl ew.f prk>e ?' ...,._, ....._..'.' fivHIE
I-Ik'.uUI..1' opting ogles of tine Petrel Twill. t
.nil 1.,1 mo.lv!* rurmrrly to 16i1.80 $23.75 / flO S.\Lli errs aU garments from our .own ;<,,k.l!
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.. up to US. Coma early for the beat



I 111 i I OVER ONE THOUSAND DRESSES AT AMAZING PRICES I I



No room for descriptions or much talk; you just simply must see the Dresses themselves to realize what won
t DSESSES derful bargains are to be had. Evethe NEW this season-NOT SALE DRESSES, but'our own'regular ,DRESSESFormerly
stock-.Goldman's "Quality fastidious of the season's models and all priced at a fractionof
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; Formerly to $l8.1 O'J real value. to $27.50


$7.77 Woman's High Grade Wom n'i and Mimes' Finer and Better $13.75

PII' sense nr* worth man than SILK DRESSES. SILK PRESSES SILK DRESSESMany 0CI(1t'rt'c,1! bargain,. F..qoINIM ,
R j 18.- ions n_ UIKMM.VvHra >Uk., Iliiena >irn n-
'.\-1 I MMnml M stodola. Imarfulnuniiun. Fo quart amt .por$ wrar. \ Grouped ItqulxK: .mmkh lot street and uportwrar are on fI'or. bled niotlnln. Ihwmra ::1I-nJn volkn, Imluilmj. an t

t .\ I, T'.-.... start. .ll bargain ukin .sal prk.liitfor .l_ lot,.,nf. many rhofc......*.*..Worth._.. ._.up.....to.-f:M.....milM .-. to '11. Greet cliulc aiwoninmli. -. ..... 1. .fnrmrriy.. ...........up._ lor every up-to"."61'.M,n a<(,It..,.....,..._nlumtrormrly . many colors see, 'll ol ml a**kind. The maletaall llntMilnwm (
early raitKnk IHmtl IM tout, $17.75 $21.75 W.75 y"' ''e*crn for the man ,/ a
:; i 4 Cko/o $ ry Ia- Itvr.. (nsotce $13.18 i


I ,' \ 0 I NO LIMIT TO THE PRICE CUTTING. EVERYTHING REDUCED .....,. '. .1 t

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Realize What a Big GcrtJne Sale Event This Is. r .
Sale up to'$10.00 Waists You'll Find the Value E\en Better Than Advertised. Millinery, Bargains, ,

...- uC mmIHa too white. awwp. .'ttet heavy C'-'.
new pafch$10., aha('hole hand..draw..... ....-mUra. .- .onoimirly .. "big.-M. .,. .fur. BRING THIS COUPON AND GET A This department to now under one own managrmrat. and
portly to ..... tit all ......*. tareS you nut drprad epos ant only wonderful valutala
IArt. 1 up 1mdabee to $lt.60 besallftd. nude..pur'.. .... ... .. ....... -- ...-.11 $1.25 BUNGALOW APRONIt's ..iart Hain but the kUuoxt mwrusny aa well
a wonderful offer but you must cut out the eupon to
srtt' one. Women's Bungalo Aprons, of extra quality gingham Onto nf one group high tIde bale for .......'011III *p.r.* .
Silk Waist Cleanup $2.75A the better kind of aprons with fancy trimming* ofbraids wear Many tuwUmrn wn'lana hate la dark ......... 'a.rimlnl .
........ and novelties full cut all colors. }.very j
;Mw .. b 111I." "
*l tea $0
klM
el a that ljt*..p.aaa, also hawhuxn.* peat one nude to sell at f.. to to $$25. One toMtnstomer. 50 late arrlrato. *o Q-! and *(T Ql-
.r flan Yolks falnlvra CPMItI. U.y.> 29,9d
*, All far mlurrd __...._?. *
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Y ps auwkea.b. early llw, Mtuk bust win.....go. .._._. ._. ._._... $2.75 .....is apes,.......MN.....with*.*mia........ AU Makm oar finest at hi and brat potters. hats, taut the' foremost ; R
The ndfrr genii .sell Jne 15thr .; >A mn* rnlardoao.XTKA ..d set. of Wornm..' ami, >1, 1M.......' Sport
Silk Underwear Bargains .k; ,
J Irate, torn with kerchief to motels ,,
Only a frw, rholrOMM..,>yt,....OT.., _.'_"._'w. 51.75 .
Ono Met dainty carpe tie.bluegowaa IwautlOuly (rt"'jfnrntrrly PIU'I'EM nt,II1| to all .rtwlm, __ great lot. worth' t* ", t
up to $!'< ._ $6.79 M 5U; Its at |l.44.and ...... .. ,
s now rut $.) bole .-,..._. .... ..... .. ... '"
IAVI'.a'P.l'" fad in4aW rhnntMS formed MSM.OO.


Sale Philippine Underwear $12.50 and $15 Skirts $7.75 .

lull lot IaflUds'. tluwo. ... envelope. rbnah. Seam ohaats 12 Fast Flagler st. lushtad aka aflk tarp Alru. pUta Md $7 7IC
h. ..uttflll MarlarW.asata. . ;....tonwt'b. ... .... Se M. all few I* Sit. Owfcw 4.IUio
...... .. .-. -- i to sr... I>ark Woo dhlrM, now $518.

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: ,.BUILDING DEMANDS FORCE Two Stores Rented 'WORK 'TO BEGIN Walker May Plan MAY ADD NEW



1:::' > LOCAL LOANI ASSOCIATION J In Building'. Yet CompletedA Not ONREMODEINGOF For I MachineryIn Block Plant UNIT TO LOCAL I


:... ", TO INCREASE CAPITALIZATION LOCAL HOTELRemodeling .-...- SCHOOL SYSTEM I II '

Oslo Kt Blonb m .. ,
modem. taalHrlmi la ore
dry good store Md
.\11 ,. .( Homestead'.. I '
;: ';\ a laeal grooery have already .",..4 the boon sow Indvnir M, ft W lMf that I****a t't'A
; Lots in Pinehurst spa* In tie three-store the and ef the l mentead. Hotel ha* ben making *> 01'11. h.M tot (he new II.*.. bMMtag. of the thneet -
., [ Original $100,000 Almost eteooo building that Walker *Ad cad the "lIlItl'urtI."r a hats ad- Put; three MM K...ttat.M U. .... type te be tk* ...,_" home

:i Subscribed; Officers to Selling Rapidly rat ties to are the aonstruotlng sit* ef brie oa Burnett and adfa-Otr- I I dm-. It will be started this weep and keeps es d lft pus-ae $ ipe1 at hi. Moasral and manual training
I'It ). W. Oaanor, eentraoter of the Job building art nty h* wW ftav* M partmaMa' of the Homeatead grammar
Ask $250,000 dory at the corner of Krome aad put In MHman tamping nuoMaary :
: t Flagler avenue A local wilt iao get everything M readiness to begin sad high wdtooia haa boon proaad
grocer to take
cue of ills'lacnaaet butas I
Twtntyits lot la t|* pant rapatbii bv" Jwrt Kan M. Fisher for
mom Into the corner store of dmbulHlag work Dr. H. 8chr geU proprietor *
IN HALF YEAR tile soils recorf m the BOW &/"-, and Max Leaner. a Tan a of the hotel, told a nprnUU\a of Mr Walker baa mad about tt.M kiss. ..wa for the next aohool term. :'
\ECORD hunt addition, opened up by 3 H. merchant will occupy the mtMol tnwteee J. S. Okfea O H
Plnlay. and r L. Webster. spa,. using the front for dry goads When Dr. Sohlegel Improvement lOt be trprlw4. If the total namberfor NlUvao AM* Campbell'' and .. B.
Mttoent purohaaera are: business and the bi the year goes *a II..*. the
ek ,
for dweW consldortnt
part I4eai "h an now
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:' an eampletvd. Homestead will have a
< Loans
20,890 in Building Ivy Darns Mrs. Oldendorf Joe'Ing quarter Several bid haws ;I. r I'mphrey. who I* eras pore proaosltio.
with convenient bath-
ll-room hotel, "
'r"'t';: Made in Homestead ftoarborouiJi i M Cox (of the Quit been made fer the rental of the third a local contractor and buUdar. ewaod Thl* unit would be located soar the I '
1. State Furniture Co.>. Tom Grave. & : space In the store building. but none rooma bred running water throughoutThe and operated the block nr.*ufa.*.rtng preaeat grammar school and wa** Itbeoomee
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Since January has been accepted slse of the hotel will be Increased plant t* three when
8. Bob Glean. Bob yet according to vp yean an h* ta small fer the Industrialwork. r
\. I\t-r: :, Q, C Ledlow, T 1 Mr. Walker. to Tl feet by 100 feet and the outside old the equipment I* lot,. 'Aalkirand
It could be oral for the grammar -
All ..f the stored In the aide. moved to ..'..11I.1 to
building are wall will be stuccoed on every wiiwrlmaadsom
Orfanedea, and B. Campbell of ...II.j .
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.:o' A tuarter of a million dollar I Is Machine to have recessed" doorway, but the The Homestead Hotel has been own. big contract that had been School overflowThla
; the amount to which the Homestead Singer Sewing Co.) middle store-the one to be occupied ed and operated by Dr tfchlegel 101'tho awarded him th..... Mr Walker hu three.room unit tp* hat f
Building add Loan Association .* go- Harold Sheffield, Homestead electrical by the dry good business-(will have owned and operated the work nurse been aauooes* In Miami, and,It .la both
Ins to Increase IU authorised capital- contractor, wa the first purchaser a double recsasel doorway past four'UN. H* cam to that time. pleasing. ta the eye and eomfertabla" .
: } ef a lot In the new addition.He Homestead from Qaleiburg III. when .. ..
t .hw
cation shortly, according to tin pres Th. fronts ef the Hire* store* are The process used by Mr. Walker I* Superintendent plained "We
!n." Is holding It a* an Investment. It to be of .... h* had praotloed dentistry for 11yeah and
)"tl'debt, I. R. Matthews Mr Matthew.kf entirely plate pia Mr. i tho dry tamp procaw The nverag bare tour uoh unit in Riverside
,.. say that the original capitalisation ofloooce I* understood Cave says that the bill for this glass' but was forced to give up his person might N.tllrallythlhlr. that cement two la Buena V....."
> ha kit bought When Mr Flntay return from Canada alone will amount to more than profession on account of 111 health, I block are made by the same
;. | "ln.Homestead and In the near future. h* and M& U.000. "I soon got my health back after method by which concrete wall an
tip by Investor communities Webster' will plan extenva development Strongly Re-lnformf coming here," said h*, but I have I made-.teat .., by mixing as.nl and a mesa of concrete Water fettle

neighboring the Building. for their Joint holding The building I I. 10 feet long by tS never been tempted to practice dentistry cement and water together until a over thorn.Almost .
when we orianlted feet wide The tile wall, reinforced I satisfactory watery mixture bond bn every month Ur. Bchltgi-l I
4 r, and Loan" laid Mr Matthews, w every twenty feet will concrete pilasters again"Dr I made, then pouring It Into- a mold, has U dynamite the r*"|i. I" the outlet I,
:thought that flOO.000 was capltatlia- an 14 feet high capped with a Bchlegcl says that h* ha been Hut In making cemnt block a batchof pool and bring tlfNilllI porou' J!,
:,t.: '. ten enough to lat ui a good long HOMESTEAD: MAY GET 15-Inch concrete girder around the putting three or four dollar Into hi. sued and eement I* mixed tcestbrand rock to flu It, Ml* l'OlKI..n Will p!
while, but hen. hardly three year perimeter of the building Spanish hotel every year for every dollar\ that moistened J.ust& enough to Insure, .
SECOND BLOCK PLANT eliminate this ..lw
.fterw.ard. w* find ourselves eon- style, stucco will be used be Ha. mad that the block will V<." poe yrucedure.Tie
l fronted with the fact that before long J. F Imphrey has been advising This year 1 will put many time water win t* JntlpeU through a !
'tip will have no more building and Clifton Meskln of Hollywood. wa Cave and Walker, In the construction the usual amount Into Improvement, pupa line that will allow souse ot thewater
we
In Homestead the first of the of their building. and ha has been engaged from the tank Into an *.c ratlon t* ..., through at the Joint\ '
ecU part but t believe that next fall will bring
-: 10:7'"to to supervise the completing ef mad oa Dr. Bchlegol' In '\
"hot
property thai waoir dangerous tr the
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.II ; association bar made we m I. considering the advisability the Chronister a season that will warrant every cent
job. and itrre have back of the Homestead Cafe Porous '
...., \.t building loan line January I, .0. of locating a power plant here the stucco and plastering contractIt t put Into the business DO"" I health of th* community the doctor -
rock from neighboring rock pit* an .. kJ. 1
0 cording t* 'it* book It Ito made a for the manufacture of eement building li peeled that the building will be Pr tklilegel, enpressrd himself a* being *
It. dumped let* the xcatloa and the** "N.," replh.l > ftchhtg. "It I*
total of It such loan nine It made block. completed by July II well satisfied with the builaesa pkq: :
a oak up the water from the tank. said.
that
."1'' first loan Oft April II till little that last season brought him the septic process through
F" two ago. However, these rock soon lose their which It pssse In the tank i.ntoves I
: I I more Ulan yean The Hom stoad Hotel has been
r' "Our loan during the last ill. FLORIDA CITY ALSO ACTIVE granted a permit to run a ewer' plfe i porous quality and Hick together Ilka any dangerous Impnritl"

t;:.. "' months present an outlay of UOIII from the aeptlo tank In the rear of 'he

jj" d for building operation In property to drain the water from the
,Homestead" laid the president of tfi. IN BUILDING THIS SUMMER I
present overflow
pool out to the
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and Loan A >
'e 4t .tIo..tlltM4 Building glad land about three block
'i' away PLASTERING
Homestead IS MY BUSINESS
'elation. "We want to help -
.' thereforewe The house formerly owned and The Model Land Co., ha granted
r : keep on.lt building record pacopied goltaal meeting In Florida City, will
In Florida City by Williamijaekcda right of way through It* land directly
for permission horny be services their
arc going t* apply holding & new
V t to Increase our capitalisation' lies ,peen old to C. C. Haw house of worship. I I across th* street In the rear of the

r T A. Collins of Modello one of the hell of Miami Mr. Haskell will have hotel, and work on the sewer lln. Call to we

I 11 director* at the Building and Loan It repaired and reflnlshsd Inside and M O. Tracy, president of the t a/1j. will begin seen Ir
.1 I' .. Assoclstlos. commenting on what Mr out and than hold) It for sale or rent County Ice company and the Tracy This sewer ulna loss begs mad
Matthew sold about tie necessity for Lumber compeer, and hi. family heremoved necessary, 1>1'. Bchlegal said, by the E. C. CHRONISTER '
"Increasing the Loan association capHal. In another month W. C. l>butt of Into their attractive new bungalow fact that during the tourist union

added Florid City will have the Inside of hi* on weat Palm avenue. I,tot gallon of water dally run from P. O. Box 612. HomeiUad Florida '
.There I. enough Idle money south bungalow at the corner of Tenth and I The. Tracy bungalow I* set In the the hotel Into the septlo tank. At
of Goulds, If Inverted here, to enable C. Mr, Shutt ha worked tirelesslyon I center' of a five acre lot. Them fiveacres present the surplus water It drain.I (
:u* to make a loan every week of thefWi. ills property to make It one of I will be planted with a variety oltree )
: Florida City beauty spot.. shrub and flo".n.A t T
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Solving Big Problem p- broad driveway, the entnnct to ..... _........" e. I' '" .
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r' e .ording tMI1wt"'ti1'g.; tibOrs 1'" Mb* 'Xnaa ,. 11 nMli'te 40 bi icB4'wlttt'JIOw!rlDtvine r.. JIPI"' ," 'I/tr--; t
Carr".04 treasurer of the Homestead yard about her home In Florida City running *& a trellis 'UPPGl'taol' 'I',., 1 .
by two massive stuccoed columns,
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Building and Loan membenhlp .beautlfled. Blooming tree and plant ,
divided Into lead toward the house. but befori, 't
: .urh loan associations la 111 surround the house, and grass
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two classes. designated saving mem- will be planted Miss I.ochrle, who I* arriving there divide Into two branch I
ben and borrowing member principal' of the Larkln school. will .5. one of which goes around the Bade County Telephone Co.
r t "Th former (the aavlng members)" not get to enjoy much 01 tier new house on the right hand aide and the
the asaodatlon asa of her other on the left. meeting at tho rear
aid Vr, 1111.HUM planting a* most time I I. pent
plac when they may deposit frera way from homo, but he* parsnta, who and becoming oDe road the mt of ',' '
time t* tint such sums .. they an are pioneer residents of Florida City, the way to a three ear garage I .
The new bungalow baa *1* room* HOMESTEAD FLORIDA t
salaryOr
able to pan from their wages an preparing to get their full men* r
Th borrowing mom of and bath Servant quarter an pro
otter Income lire enjoyment out of the Improtement
ben UM the association a* a place *. vided In a part of the big gang I I
when they can borrow fund for "'"

na In buying building or repairing ahome Among the1 building recently completed DID YOU E\rB STOP TO THIfE I 'The Farthest South Telephone Company on the Mainland of the
useful purpowe.Itnd '
other
or for '
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In Florida City are a three- United States
at the same time repay their THAT th4 city that get the publicity : ,
till loan systematically with their savIng room bungalow and a thiste-car Ira;- get aha business. I I ;. ; ,.'" '

liP with apartment above. owned THAT the city that gets the .advertlslng .,' ,' '( .
(. "TM* aim and purpose of a building and \built by H., J Brock stt This grow*. I I :

association I. to aid sji4 encourage property front on Eighth street, ai THAT: advertising a city I* a bail .

.Its members to 'learn to practice thrift doe Mr Brocket Own dwelling The ness not child. play I Our Motto t ,
tmtta saving, and DW bungalow ha* been rented to Mr THAT people will go mile to get
i..,; f J>y regular n which and aI... Bird, e( Homestead. to a good nice city to tnde. ) '
and mean by '
;to provide way
; Service and Courtesy Always. ,
,l 1r every family may procure a home. ARented r- THAT your property will Increase- '
In value when th outride arld '
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: house or apartment can never 'Fred Brockett, brother ef J.<< n.-4., If '
",. iji* a horn In the true sense of the ; 0, Cltaten ef>,lorid City, to ,!*.' know* your city I* wide .".ke. 3 | .,
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THAT from .
people
concluded kin. Dell fcouse DellhboInC.. I
: fworuy llr*>U build a ably Wag neatseason
cltle* will\ come where then I. ..
Cited on Tenth street, rust In' the
:' local laataJWi* .1
l How the local\ Odd rellow built, a i, rear 'of th* lHnton' C property, which ,thug/THAT 40In.the city which doe pot seek(; We furnish telephone service to the following towns !
in awnuej
. ; [front p kr pro k.t|, ,
-dust
all tot their awn when they aomethlng better than U now ] .
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I who visited liter and Mr Clinton
jiv* any money In the treasury. waselatid going to 1 lose out. I on the lower east coast of Floiida-lIomestead Florida
last lewon, plan to make bill home
r a Webster Mr, Web- I THAT I bile time ,.
by now toa4l&j' t" ,I "( "\1. .
'\ a tee director. \wh* .to la aa the Odd Homestead Fellow, ha Building* been In Florida plttiJ.ll: f 'and than biulneee ever beforeTHAT needs, advsrtlslsg' : City i), Redlands, Silver Palm, Modello 1 Naranja:, Prince

nd Coea Assoclatloa almost from the k, Construction a ehtreh building 1C you don't get out .n ge ton Black Point Goulds Peters Perrine Benson and .
{tin*ft started, formed a plat wheny I I for the yr: t Meilodlst4 lot FlorlditI after the outside trade sops neighboring ,
; Individual member/" the Odd I I City I* "brogre: sinb '..:..411'. The city will /f P Kendal. '
r Fellows' lodge subscribed for tock [I framework I* up and the '**bt .I* on- THAT If they do, they will.,get ,the ,
> the amount of U,004, an t this to lit' 1* expected tba\.tb*.congregation, budneaayo should get-Lake Worth r
e Bother with Mr. Webster' stock 'recently or arOs*< at a *ert** of ova.- LeaderTfTT > r 7 t '
. a4Uc| tie assigned' ever for the purJwa i I t' (1( Qur stem!$Yer&ove;25QquaMmile>of t v' f 1r. :

borrowed by tile lodge ass
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lOt t
nit. I i We operate'380 telephones in this territory. y '
'M.| Webster who I* a retired conJractor I ,
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, and when It ;
{ '. built the hall

//1./ 'Ira* finished eke Odd Fellow moved JAMES I This,summer we plan 19 ,double l< our. \toll circuits to Miami
. M5 I heir new home oa the second ? H. FISHER! I ,

I\-\ %loot 411 and to meet rented the the payment tint floor on theirElie for' to cpr for the coming wjnter i bt sin ss. Ve1ilso plan e
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ti.I I .. lit6i1 ,.,f. 1 '1 l r II to build smiles 'of rural lines &for the
...no. 'o* the1 ...upl.r 't ; more to car ever ;

; .be hop Juat a little bit ofYfton 11la orl.Contractor 'f p d.1 \ !. t

tat loager. *.ffroe<| teaheme; ,'Ubtt! : it :.r 'tsl. ,a increasingden14n3s'| \ service: It'i4'olir sire to keep .' .

....tw n i building building a a r"M"ill ell and repfldll.r rentingn : '''' : ,1 ', frl.!: W\I...... .... ahead of 'h e demand and to furnish. service o'all: as their I .

nel the bultdl.l'aA''M'$ t.e0 iata 1.j :" I Utft I

io% 1H watch scary dollar the a,- fShQ .I..1f :pJE: llPRK needsrertuire. jj I JJ8 .I. !
(,1III '. can prodno and maid him a n f It "wtfw t i) t
+ ens will enable him U pat spa -

,t:"':d Of fcuninee house that. will I strive to do our part to help build South Dade :


t fa' "hem... ........t' ,t 1TJ!
._ .: .1.1 Ih'st himeeteedp Brick House Fisher Signs f *"* 1.'J4'Jtt.: $*"': j"n.F.i,1U/ ** I tJ
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the tag4 : ', r I -\T' t' ., f I ,v
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k.ock.d together building ; on on I ,.f" "t :. -4 '
ftc the sons ttetdeatJ :i
: TIM person wee cereal km *.. Miller Street t New Buildings t
f" me* t* tray" h* stated "Building :i i'
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+ !f.r pemaiwao* and beauty baa become I .. :
tile object ef thex' ksnMbal.de ... '.. .. ,. ,. 0 ."

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FERTILIZER[ [ FACTORY WILL BE -.1.Crow To Occupy .


1 OPERATING WITHIN SIXTY DAYS Brody's New House

:1 On Pine Avenue


SAY OFFICERS OF NEW COMPANY]

Mr' sad Ur*. W K Crow of MMmlnule

.. Pharmacy are' preparteit to
Tibbits to Move more Unaartow t* Mat bUMalrr jutcoMlnwited
Will Be Localcd on
Electrical. Contracting
br W U" Wrod-y at tooflorner
H Site Near. Inter New Home
&uw of Fine aen' e and Churahlr

a a4' t-I;. First _. The bungalow to II c 14 Cost
: J. By July with nlee-toot aareonedkln porchto M
the front and rear. There are sag
PIRECTORS { room and below
tti R JM Tibb/tl halo completed sIt
8tnc tho'bnnralow to lie occupiedby
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0" .. 14ot tram bungalow en Ptau
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Mr. and Mr* aIe.a frame truo.ture
Board is :Made Up street near Krome it a couple ofweeks
It was fait It '
painted a* a* WM
of Local and h* expect. to lie living la .
Entirely .
pat apt carpenter. and painter* "
It by July 1. 1f.. TlbMu plan to eon-
Men toned work at the earn Urn. W. T. .
rest his present reetdenea Into an '
apartment bo_ H. will rent It out A. Robertson of Florida City, who I THAT'S MY BUSINESS"t
wa In charge of the construction
Machinery toe the -.., Just M It I* next fall and Utr b* will
aid that painting the lumber before r"Yy
y tlllnr plant to be eUbllhd add another flair and mak*'a '0111''- ,
the rain and sun bad a ehano at It,
the'Florid' East: Coast Fertiliser apartment house out of the aid dwelling .
bad eliminated the probability of having .
pany will b* chipped te .
tomorrow. and oonetructlon of M,. TtbblUC new bungalow will nave JoInU originally' tight! open from ,
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on-N>urth to three-eighth of Inoh
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able building t* house the tout room and a bath. la every .
At the roar of th* house la a two.
tgta ahortly This *ut, room there I* a built-in closet, knit In
out, early this week II cr farac This will helter the Crowear
given the dining room then U a small pantry
la tH and th. car of the family; that When
:bionic who la a director It will also her an eight.footscreened '
organised. company Mr. !' will real another house that Mr. you
to pore1"I the nor of the
that the company expects to be Drodr I* lolnir to leap put up next
there U of which
rouse a garage part
fertillsr and dolnlg1 dcfor to the ono dust completed The
faoturing
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d tore within th, next 10 day foundation block fr thl additional have ELECTRICAL work
pr. when an electrlo washing outfit will
Tb. neW plant will be house are already In place and workon : ,
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be installed. A power pump la tIlt ,
the property that has boon It will begin MondayI. "
back yard will supply th* horns with
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House Thl* location will provide running water.MAIN R Matthews Has to do I am at yourservice ;:

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AVE. GETS House
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the rear extend te within THREE STORES Modern Style ') :
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countlei. which the NEXT TO P.O. I. X. Matthew., formerly a1 localreal "
s tiliser factory will endeavor to '
t are Pads, Monroe, Broward .state man and till president of ,
lleach counties.M. the Homenttad Building and Loan ,.. .
a Alford president Coconut Grove Winter Resident oclatlon, earn to .towu Friday from ''I.
8w* twatr to do 4a week work In
meter of the nw company, will '
' Is Owner of the eat day," a* he iprewcd It M,. Mat.
." 10 Homratead and make this tc WITH THE KIND OF A ,JOB k
horn At present Mr. $7,500 Structure lb... baa handed In his resignation' t* =
future his the board ot director of the Building t _, J'
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j r; .rty there so that h* may roo. The) throe.itory building next the and Loan but It has not been acted' THAT WILL SATISFY YOU : '
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poet 110 completed by July t. .
. .,. Th* board ol director of till 1*> O L. DeFrese, of Naranja, '011. about a down U mile the from.OOO-ac.Miami tract ,. .it. ,t' r \ ,. ,.:'.\ : r
Ida Bait Coast Fertllleer \ tractor la chare of Its construction, oath r re.
I.'. 'mad ut almost entirely of Homo'g told a representative of The leader Tamlaml. canal which Mr. 'Mat.thew :*; '/j\\(jr ,
Md these m*.. Mr Morris *: : this week and V A. : tioodwln. of Miami ; \ !: : ( ) 'j : .. I' .
are developing Mr Matthew ,
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determined (haV I prl t-acfcebe. Coconuif tjrove, ,lalaving .
aurroun.tlrig I country .hall thf $,ildingsgonstucted. but that they have purchased a Fordwn ( -
non-Mid: teryiilIers. WIth a a. h* spends j hi* .summon In Ithaca, tractor and are going to build road
T 1 of difficulty and cost N T.. 110 could not be reached fpr and prepare the land at Bweetwater
for extensive, cultivation bent fall W. H. Sheffield
sad director
officer*
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j new company are a* follow : of his atom.The M,. Matthew and hi* family said
, y C. Alford, president Tho" coat of the building will lie good-by Homestead several week
I JJuttall. secretary and $.ttOk Hollow UK, reinforced with ago and moved to Bweetwater to takepoaeeaalon '
jlenj. W 1I0rr..,. dlrtctorr concrete girder. and' pilasters U tko of their. new its-room Homestead and Florida City Fla. Phone, 10-4 .
. Moody, ,director M 0. "" material being used Hi front and bungalow whloh Mr. Matthew had 'j
rector rear of the building will lie stuccoed built according to hi* own plan. The
and the bides water-prfcofed. The houao U quipped with plumbing sad

) Started \Inside walli and ceilings will lie pi. an aoetyUa lighting lyitom t
t't'I I Work Is tered. Each: 0(,the three stone will Until a new prealdent I* elected, M/
""I' be II feet.wld*. Th whole building Matthew will endeavor to take car t
On Iludson _
fit 10 feet wide by II feet lone of th" Building and }.oal Aaaoclatloa #
i builneat by spending one day each

, a Garage Gidlof Is Building week la Homestead: for that purpose

lIj Harry Wolf, of Redland, 1* buildIng -
Work en the cement block Modern
Plutnbing ; ai addition to his father house
and sale building that wilt ,on the Redland Road Th* addition
l trio local agency of the # Shop on KromeA will consist *f two room and two
Esex Motor' Car Co ha been
ereeneil-ln porchea, an a* soon a* It
way for a weak, J II. Dart I II completed Mr. and &Ira. Wolfe will Make Your Housework \i
tog the building constructed establishment
t modern plumbing mova Into It to be with Mr. Wolfe',,
Wi Conner la the contractor with Mom room, display window father W. U Wolf.Conotruetlon .
The alts of the garage and workntop l> what Fred Old lot. of
almost directly opposite the Homestead. U building kt the east
t tend poet office. and Gordon .Id* of Krom avenue, tour buorkl of storage tank, a 9
warehouse and office building for the
eon the local Hudson and north of the pq t office, The cement
... Company I* exported to begin
dealer. any*, Ibat h* believe Mock structure will M two etorlenhigh Pleasure I
dlthta the next six month The Texaco
not a better location la town. ", and Mr Oldlot and hula family a
The building wilt b* It ,.. will oecupy the second floor a. a reef' organisation was granted a permitby : :
t. the city council lat week to ,do ,
long, all _
/"!, by too feel 'l'ho show Score temporarllr It will bare
C r sales .me* will extend. the full room and bath Mr. Oldlof and A. this erecting on the property formerly
I *t the building 1. front sad .. Sutton a*.4olne lbs oonmruotK .wnd.by *V it Ataobrook' adjoining }
NO MORE HOUSEHOLD DRUDGERY IF YOU 'LET'
t,1 Up forty feet *t the length. work' the Redland Citrus Grower Awocla- .
"grill be entirely of plat .t... A Mr Oldlof bno this tAe time II tlon packing house. 'oj ,

of each of th* make of car aot tar off whoa Homestead will d.. ELECTRICITY DO YOUR WORK t
by Mr. Thompson will b* \ mend.4 plumbing inop oqua,to any duly first will see the ...mpl.tlon'ot "

.a display m Miami sad be..,... h. Ie prtpArlnc the fjpenleh. ityl stucco bungalow '
1" Th* I' feet of garage space to supply that demand la iv.nr r*. which J. V Vmphrey I*greeting for I"
devoted t* Hudson and Basel ...... Moaer and Loveland, near Boa It..t1ft Washing MachinesVacuum ::.'
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sea) Oeneral auto repair work their Doultvard addition. Th .
b* specially: solicited. Mr stead from Miami, Florida. At bungalow ha five room* aid bath and I

say*, but n* work *t thl kI. present ho U making the old Torn. a _..4.la porah la front Chrenla-' Cleaners" 1
be turned dewn.Oorden age gangs b lldta( temporary .uarUn > ter line have the stucco aadplatrlng

ThompMa, earn t. for his agency and service atatUn. contract. 1


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REDL AND FOLK TEMPT MIAMIiARKETPATRONS I! Bh* I* often aooomiantwi by hI .., thattnolttdvil maiMtoee. pole. bean*.j, "Carte* la the mot aba minded I i
' I v ung ...UCt1.1. Emma Her- rmltehea graix-'Vult' Jf>ll! ... p*(>p ra I chap I ever "11'." renmrktd. a I\lb..,
WITH I nrckttrTSiw. and ova tyee. I I .I
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OF FARM, GROVE, AND HOME I In.gro\'...''grapefruit"hl
I' also raise. tomato and other 'farm prodnrt He wan T. Har ,' he'd left hai watch at home. and then
I prodvota. Mr*. Barnoakw *ojooomlng ,. nel', who .llvn live nUlM teat of Neat |I.ho took It.out t* sea It he aM Mow ,
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i: Rose Apples, Guavas, Mangoes, Jellies, Cakes, Vegetable& ,, M" the ........ Hell.. town tl* ha* ba at tmtt .Jamad to go back and got tic
h" Chickem All These and More Displayed naps. "., ,'olook to. CM morning Ie lie* January Mtttng .beaesra4 i .TIM tat M bad." MM the MOM\
Iffttr bully M let ,Ja ,*. take ow sip ad okmMlMI, Moatlr i*pae" .
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:( Mrs Ward's Pastry Gets Eager Patronage Mrs-Oakes" stand M .* olty mark!* ',M... WM. ,,$,' ,.;i"jj, .f f
It' Boston Brown Bread Sells Fast '; ......... ... p'...l11'r .:;tI -' ''' w .f" ,,:; 11 :

: ; at Popular Market; CenterThl by o t elites*|* .uiHr tspeed bf jffiI 10111. >)artamt ptlytoet. eeeewwhfte [sett. ."{'/,, ''.), :. .J.. '....1 + fil"'I'110"r 1

She Mil. angel food cake M a i
I 1' part of the county It beingf orange arc on lklr last legal They cake, small oaks and bread. and will
t r rtpmenied as well M any otter wepon bring between 40 and ID touts a Mil. other pastime later ,
., at the Miami city market thin rtoeen Citron smile fut. I had Orapefiult from the 1 R. Morgan MAKE YOUR HOME 'I
:I) ,. mmmrpom one that weighed II povada, and they place brought 10 cent a don .la.
*; of the feftdland and Home.14.4 usually welch 18 or 11 pouadt Am week
grower how their product elllng okra at II enU a pound" M... Oak..*' Jettf Popular N
only OB Baturday but some are there Mr' and Mr*. Dam cam to Rod- IlraldM Mlllng eggs, Mr. Otqrg A Better;Place, in Which to Live
for the early Tuety and ThUnday land a year ago from Canada and are: Oakes of Rdlaad lures trade to bland ..
crowd alao living on their 40'acr* matt, which In- beautUul Jellies
by displaying
+ Rose apples and guavit were elude. a 10.......* grove I mad of Jrapefruit, er'angt a !"ftt ap 4
being. sold at IS cent a basket at the 'W. like Red land* floe. and eipect pie and guavas He, Bo.t$ Drown v-v i
land operated by Mr. and Mra E. I* to live here always" Mr D.... In l broad goes like chain lightning : .r t ;
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'Davt of Redland. 11* HX *ryn ***me. to want It" M... .
Product fell AellMan Mrs IVrtm-kc* Attends, (lakes laId la reply to 4 %ueUoomeonoMked
? people) like the roe applet." 'Mra K. B rn""rker of Redland attends about U. 8h..Mtl between -
;v Mr bavl aald "but I believe. w* Mil. the Market on Saturdays.now. ft and .tt k>av *of tfiU l>roa 4 To estimate t accurately the trend of public taste, i
elM h take her there Saturday during the ...ion.
our frier quicker than anything although product every
They bring between n and 40 oenU a three day In tile week during Mr*. George OK AtU-niU. _. and to meet that '. ever-changing desird withhonestlybuili
pound We itlll have tome oranges I season. She I* one of the tll.1 Larkln wa represented by a
.I 40 bring to>> the meiket, but the i iI at too market Caving been ... \ her of pereona, one of them being lIu"-1 : fairly-priced r furniture this" we '
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he carried with him or,hid it in an old tin can in the cellar. i I 1 : '
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IMPROVEMENTS ADD TO THE VALUE OF YOUR HOME 3 '',..: ,K'; ,ru., Portland Cement,t .. ', ,, Pure S SpmtiTurpentine ny i --' E. M.\ Trimble Kiddie Koops s ;; ,. .. .,, TOTALS ARE STAGGERING

,., '. ,, ', Atlas' Cement Dry Pam&and Colors Hotpoint Electric Appliances I ,

SUPPOSE you planned to buy a residence and I'I'on ':, : ."' ;', Acme Plaster ; "'"*/Sherw' n-Willi Mm ams House Paints General Electric Stoves and Ranges EACH YEAR in the United States and Canadawe

going out with the owner to look ,it over you ::1 3 3t ( ,t: Ocala Masons'' Lime I. Sherwin-Willuns s Barn Paints '. .Great Northern Aluminum Ware bum
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t found the doors swinging crazily and sagging, a .. : Ohio Finish Lime. Sherwin-Will & {s Roof PaintsSherwinWitais Goodyear Tires and Tubes up property' to
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walk from the the -, .Washed Sand ; Varnishes ; Goodyear BeltingBath a people. an
tI rough, rocky porch to gate, ,y. :: I
I Ojus Rock WinoowGlass Tubs and Supplies annual toll of human life that is startling, and in
and an air of gloom, negledl and "What's-the- I Iuse" I
1921 our fire loss amounted the
CommonRed, Brick Galvanized Pipe on property to
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one-half billion
I "V.1\\ ., :51: Face Brick 1 > Sewer Pipe ; G staggering dollars. r

WOULD the value of that I Beaver,Board "BUY 'IT INVPMESTEAD"' 'f'erra-tta.Pipe I '
t property go up or No.1 1 Lath : Drain Tile BUILDING for safety is a pradice that we have
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') your course, even Metal\ Lath 4''It. Simonds Saws _I advocated since firSt we started business. We ,

I though you knew a small investment for repairs I Georgia' Lumber Your money: spent t h here 'Atkins, Saws ''I'' have urged farmers to build of concrete because ,

and brightening up would turn it into a delightful Florida? Lumber r Comes bacMto, herein Kelly y Axes I : I they lack the protection of city fire-fighting ap-
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iii WIre Nails f: Plumb Axes ; paratus and their risk is naturally greater.
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(; IT IS WISE to remember that every'dollar you spend' for Barbed Wire t White Enamel Ware =_ BE PREPARED against fire on your farm. Build
improvements' at home adds many dollars to the value of .
\ Kitchen Wares '' j with concrete and tile, and for dependable con-
Poultry Wire
your property. You may not think of selling-very likely = J t.. '. aNew
you don't-but' the things a buyer would want are the things : Jersey Galvanized Screen WireNew O. V. B. Too!s and, Cutlery ., Pyrex Glass Ware ; ': "crete use ATLAS PORTLAND CEMENT' ,

J.. I you want to enjoy right now. :: \1 Jersey Copper Screen Wire, Dissto ns fsfe Saws i: .. China and Glass Ware I. \ "the standard by which all other makes are

Roberts/$/' Sash and Doors., Stanl 2'l.anes' ,! I Duro \Water Systems i ""measured."
PERHAPS you need new fencing, or better still, a retaining 'and Shears
Weiss Scissors
Fence Posts'Concrete ". Avery Plows
wall of concrete to freshen those I-II .. I
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worn spots; an attractive little fountain or j pool> ( on the lawn, Steel ; White Fra< f frigerators s Butcher & Gibbs Plows and Harrows WHATEVER YOU PLAN TO BUILD THIS

i'' the kind that can easily be made of ,pure Portland Cement ,;,'j' Drill Steel i 'White Progress:|fefrigejators.. Metal\ l. :''i' \\i I ,; OliverPlows and Harrows YEAR GET OUR FIGURES FIRST;

; > Vulcanite Roofing ; White Moiatain\ .' Freezers Special Made Rock Picks I .

f GO OVER YOUR PROPERTY, a critical eye,and after II ,:(.'Barret's''s Roofings 't t-l/'S'.t r/''r' ': ",'4"')Laundryette Waking, b Machines\ : .*' 'Special 1 Made ''Rock Mattocks WE CAN furnish convenient quantities ,
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Beautiful mpdejm: puts|| wjiool' '; build nk'to. be,completed. Qt And the Hialeah Apartment $.ptel. f.$ completed' ant, equipped. ,,
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Community church building, for us e oo f.all the people! -the first These are just ajfew of the tap! vmezits. *'I' L ,.\....
unit of a handsome:Structure to be ready for use by midsummer. ,
your permanent investment' and there is,a pod.
Additional beautification of the public parks and construction of tivadvantage in buying now. ..s\
more streets. The Hialeah post office has just j been equipped with 100 more .'4'.,, ,, .,..., I.;
'Tropical Radio-Telegraph Station to be built this year. lock boxes, because they are needed.
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(. We Invite Your Inspection of our Stiling.

FURNITURE, RUGS, DRAPERIES Florida Cilp Florida. .

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information Now is the time to for ',:. '
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your fall building.. Enjoy a comfortable home off your own, this winter:. )

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I TO METROPOLITAN ATMOSPHERE Closed Autos"The I To Build?

motor car business In bc an- AreYou'Goillg 1
OF HOMESTEAD'S BUSINESS log much mar ataMlbttd." a factoryUtomint
of the Modem aad BaBAntomoMI
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Store to Install New Department Psychologist May buying ew for utility time whet a

and In- Settle in Homestead type mi to of a oar'rary!.great discovered rporUmi which of I* use-motorteta. -

crease Stock ot tile rvanlnc.The It put.oao-purpoo ere cut Do You Expect To Repair ': :r
India William A. Foeter. lecturer
DOING OWN ERECTING and psychologist drove down to National Automobile Chamber
_. .( Commerce ha completed
Just aQuestionnaire
Homestead Your Home?
,. Sunday. H* wa aooom.Pasted Refurnish
which It addressed to or t
br Mrs. ro.t. Mr and Hrs.Q
.',*0' motorlat It discovered that {
J. U. Free Estimates Total Meekln and Hiss Holes Meekine.Judge
I' per cent of these expressed a def !
Cost of Building Footer cam to Homestead In
inite'preference unclosed
for ran.
$25,000 1111 to make address the High, and School b* toys oommellcom.at b.- Can are wanted which are UMfnl If you are in the market for Building Material of any kind, such as ;
every day and in all ewona It U Mir
can hardly reooml the HmiMteadof I .
J. V Pro has art August lltll a* that Urn In the city of tOda,. He belief that more than to enoloied par Mat of ... I
ItIS buyer will prefer can.
the date for the completion of the and his family are Try favorably Impressed -
end that the trend toward thin type WINDOWS DOORS FINISHING HARDWARE j
and h
twe-itory concrete and tile building Mr tl2at they plan ,
that b* to ooiutructlnf tho la the near future to make their bam will grow rapidly.:
oa VARNISHES
prop.
pets adjoining hi.* preeent tore. b.... At preeent they. arc living In "Our two Coach have BOW lIMa PAINTS, SCREENINGS r
Mr. i'ro U dblna- his own contract- Miami. N I oa the market a rar. They be"been
'fig, arid ha states that the beet oft Judge Foster remembers very plea*>' approved by a discriminating and n
; building material I* being uwd. Hewetlmatea antly his farmer vtalt Illre. I hlfhly competitive market In tie will the Products that durable and economical. "
that the building will cost "I would like to bar a little grove world. Their usefulness I* almostuniversal You want are
Urn of bearing tree close to Homestead," and wa'hat* every foams
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first story 1".000.Tbo I* of poured concreteand h* *said "and I think I would be con-' to believe that they wilt continue tomerit Our long experience and knowledge of the best in Building t
tent to clay there the remainder of the approval of the motoringpublic.
the second story of tile blocks.'The .
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'wilt be rented for office and a pool ",
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"Jlh( pool room la the present Free
building. adjoining the it ore on the ELECTRICAL LIVES
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tight ha engaged the big room on .'
the Second floor of the new building "

a*A a SO-foot new location lobby,for bordered hU buelneae by how Our Paints and Varnishes have stood [the tests---a thorough

windows, will be a feature of the entrance SPEAKING OF Better Homes ;
the ruinous effects Florida
of the new ttore. Th store and lasting protection against ofJ]
r front, similar to that of the Sewell NOTICE THE Lighting EquipmentTHE rains and '
tore In MiamI. will b* one of the best sun. .
In aU of Dad count,. BETTER it is the .
A complete line of furniture I* one HARDWARE *
of the new d.partmenlahl: ,," will be MORE YOU will enjoy living.

the Installed building by the I. ready Free company for occupancy.when THE HOUSE of Pullen-fcoll """" A careful builder is particular about the Hardware. It must be as permanent : i

ow, JTha; stock of food and fmrnMilnre to '. as the building itself. Our' Hardware and Building Materials are selected "
b* carried will be worth around $50- IS ESPECIALLY interestedIN .
,00, according to E. H. Brandenburg for endurance at moderate cost. ,
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on the free building THE BENEFIT of their r who beautiful China Ware. serviceable cooking :
Housekeepers appreciate ,
!iflvity, a local resident WM heard ) ,
'to remark "Homestead has four EXPERIENCE IS yours for'! 'tensils'and Oneida Community Silverware, will be especially interested in I

.\ !,'Jlm..la.*rry now* and department then one of toros thorn, doe and THE ASKING Let them our new designs with the assurance that t'.idr: Dollar will do double duty here 41 r

,et methlhf that make the local public in our House Furnishing DepartmentRaileyMilam \ I
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In Its oomm alt"."
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.. 8. M. AUtobrook ha* put up a mod !
Hardware Co.
jest building\ near the Henn A 0...- Pullen-Zoll Electric
man blacksmith shop and will rent It Company -
to the Homestead Fish. Market. A. M.
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tBkemngton proprietor of the fish "A Electrfcal Service" 27-39 Flagler ,
:market. say that he will more his Complete ,
business from Its present location oa Phone 3186"Miami's '
Flagler. street to the new buildingteltber 64 West Flagler Street, Miami, Florida Foremost Headquarters For Building Materials." :
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HOMESTEAD SCHOOLS MAY GET County Dairies School Bonds Offered TT li ijHOMESTEAD' TO HAVE PLAYGROUND :



I NEW 6-3.3 GRADING! SYSTEM Hear For Scheme CreameryA j For Education Sale by County Board AND SWIMMING POOL NEAR POWERHOUSE J



IN ANOTHER YEAR OR TWOTo BY FOURTII OF JULY ; '

1---- .. pIes to mak Utah Coiurtw **e- Tk* pMlnn at rwMttUM ...... '. ",

r ODD FELLOWS TO HOLDSERVICES I |two to MM* U firs ......... Hi dalry'l fee eels flis.tldO .... bas..'.e twillrVe -------1, :-r--- .
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tag kf kh. MaMhmilieat of a moden 5001 Bela Istdelreeansett M* ..
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Schools this year Bxaoiry la tctal wM ea...4 paolwi" 4 ..*..l..t..* aathorMne q JM I'CITY'Vl to Put Up .

:ft' SayS SuptSuperintendent -' and cWMMerd at Saturday nights creation at M MftMurt and *.*. .,n" [ \ .000RtWtfid Bath- .

MborMiiM tags Ot...
and Mutty R** eea lo4cI,I Ue* otaU ,n. ...., were two Utaortant feature *fl as ta./lp SC ..'.1111. ttreple got ,

.t Tells of Ad. will hold their otreortal MrvUie ta 1 Tkj pla. wMah allow ...-.halt.f Teeedue i .... *. *r the .*4. County ......... w.. "" .. '

vantages, of New tile oommuatty ehureh! In Florida. City: ,, f. the chases *f Meek In the cream- .g_ bwNb the'ftftqdknl ,OHtejMkt &,:..Y ..31 SIT); 'Ii AT A1''GLE t ,, 1

Hnnday evenlnc. at t o'clock livery be aelltNJled by the Dade fee tmenrtant tranMoUah* of the ... B. Cave lute iIN4'it. I .; .'J
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one .ta invited Ie"0' Dewy Aewoiatlon, wag eiplaJnea Hoard, MMMrdlac: to Mayor a R. Uvlajgatan ,!tori..| M MlM tht.* pegs Iie. ,

1 Tk Hem.*.... member" will meet lit taH by Krneat Britten, I 'local m..""' follows Tom MuQebtoy, who wa* author Work of Seazjfyhg andDlasting 1

f just M eon. U,.. three "ppi rI at Odd Fallow Hall at T. Join th*I** rtry f tile. awly-tanld The heard a mpt*
t (trade of the Homextead high ichoOlItrow I I Florida City member. la the FlOrida Sunlight Creantery 00 ItIur. A e ttoaal }ISItk's bid for the 'lA/kta, his work on MMo.t. MnOahey

larg. enough to fill the building:,: City town hall at T:1C, and march In raltt** sojwtatug' of U4 Oou.a'j sold Vtrlct beads stone lu bid.' sopped work pending, the sale of ills l;

they' ar trade now lit will the be S-adopted.-. plan and olrrovplnc a body to the church dairymen WM apjmlntad to """ "'" wet the ..... TItle bank bid It?,. HoiMMaad. epeclM tmpiwvetncnt. boiwle ,

j she old (-4 plan dlwarded ht r., nonwJlng.vto The memorial ervlo will be eon. with the fnni *t the oompcny.Mr M the .IT...s temeA that have been dhipoeed ot Only a ehnft while linger will

Ckarlo* M n..her .uperfcteadent dulled by th. Rev O. M Freeman, Britten oolard that health I' offer from Jane Bright rot IT HomeMMil he obliged te swelter and ,

of public Instruction tot pastor .t the ehurrb .was the purpoee of .his project, and :block lot a Ulataah seined was taken long for a hapdy wlmrDUf hoi r
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bade county Traniportatlon will b* provided tvr that he lid eee* l*. sew tor the .*det .dv1emnLMeariy where a fellow can take a. cooling

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needed for the Hnrt .* grade* Mid own.HORNE. method and to keep rata glib teeAier wore appointed. down with all its mUrW, In fact
: Mr. Flhr when Interviewed on the
subject by a representative of Tb. PI'Ol'H.* add. that the delrrniea \ LEAGUEOF thing wIll not be "thualy for ewers
of tills county next I month 'longer; II* '* why:
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leader The bulldln recntty completed and Mrs. Hunt Starts
r will M occupied br the eenlor THINKSLOCALLEAGUE that hli purpose was to lay the Open Th trlanfular toes Ot land lOCI....

high 11I'11001.111' three Itlfheat grade* dation for orgtnliatlon and co-oper Interior Work I GROWERS\ the Dixie Highway fJ'lmf.4/l. Harae.Uad t

; -then of roune. Will need another ation. power hoinw In t* Nnverted '

unit tor the Junior high ichool Howler At I I taps 4 park and |>larrwV( 4 with p bifiwfmmlnff

u ttie Homestead school children tunLA" 1'LAVM x Hospital Pompano Forming League. pool IN <"'th'houefa, asdibowfnj S

can ba, comfortably housed at AIMS FOR GOOD IUSJ.JALLI' 0 Similar to That of and f, |. Wkbatelt' the .-.an.I. '
they are for mother. j''r, 1 am notntcommeadlng WITH HKFTIElt TODAY I ,
the .-... plan be I' lira F. M. Honf hoirplta. .onto- Homesteaf Clau In Ih.
adopted there at present. I Tdy the Kdlnd baecball team time oallod\ th* Homestead Hoapltal, ... 4owtt'tltltlII 'b*. reeds to Opts to
bet w. P Home just back from Clew- -- th. \ the fenttu
Tide| plan, advocated bv the will today begin to public en : uf July
play the Miami undergo a chang lu
h Mucator In the onntry, will gpt luflnrt (ton where h* Hid 4. car of torn*, Hefty Pram "Ou.I It Interior decoration. Other cnmniualttNi" are b*gl.hl.g| to The water In the hit peel will h..
boy will *
try-out In Dud county out fall toes for growers there, dealers that 1 I wear their new uniform to. get Interested In the Ideal\ American piped front a well HO fret dv"p, near
Two week Mr.
,,".n It will IM adopted Into the Miami Hemeetead chow greater buildingEctlvltle day declared George Oakes. manager ago Hunt old Oft).....' IiNigve/h plan to 0........* 'the power 110..... The c..4cre4iunK 't
of tko team, "The the' door c>t her hospital with the
rhopl\ yitunv. Under the n.e than any town In the elate fifty dollar w* net- ub-lr..giir. throughout the Mat, ao- 'will be drained' and refined. with tro>.h

I krade-rrouptng interns the onrK of tins same el.e.'And I I td at lat _k'. game will help to pay Idea of taking a tortalht'l&C'atIoD cording to T. (K Wehe, one ft the 'Water throe times a week. according .
fci tore likely to ttlrk to .ehool 1 "' for the .iilt.." before getting "her plan ready for themtllllnMuon' '
than lie wouHl, under the s., system good, substantial building I ThU evening the Wld-AwV rwh During the win.. member I lo Mr. VTbter After the water him ,
J.II'. 'Flihvf Wa'Ouperlntonsient) going up--bulldlngj w. can be .r"J club, "Pompano U ready how," b. Salt I boon pumped Into the wtinuolng. pool
f m.d.I)) of wld-awak Hedland ter her place I* kept full which
ITtoher recently vl 1.. of bo declared "All Florida girl, The obtert ol tine league I* to try ,each time h will be pumped" t* the
will entertain the mean that all tins eeven bd therear
bed the junior high Khool In Ortundo growing fart, but Homestead I* buildup pla.t both to *rnr* better freight miss, t* sut- I power house through a lit. Inch pli"1
team with _upleel. -Out I want to Uk It
a dance at the Oulld Hall.Klghteen .
Tampa and Jackconvlll the fastest It eeeme to mom" I cure an equluble tariff on fruit aid I unn' rround and elroulnt t..l through .
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with easy summer Mrs Hunt
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"I found that In Orlando the -S at leant flv
When salad fqf kl. opinion Of the vegetable* Doming |n from foreign" I tine cooling of tk .
Mlamlan . : iiyetem big .nbinlarhat
titan *ra* put Into operation for the In each car, aocompanled rid "and .t k only enough p..Uatato
work contemplated by the newly or. I market outk of hers,, is. buy ferdt t turn the ebretrtu generatorat
first time during the present Khool 1 the Miami Laundry baseball nine to keep thing going"About y
ranked American Orowen' League, IIerr In large Quantities to dletrlhut solar It ha made n\. circuit 1111 h
v_ Mu-"h reported. "Owlnf to local Red'land lat Thursday when the local four year ago Mr, Hunt es.
condition, a very rapidly growing Mr. Horn laid /that h* believed It to the grower and to dletrlbut Inps I back to the nod thretwh another_ _..
boy defeated the vlelton In the eleventh labllahei, this hospital and tier popu- .. .n .n,
ctyr and ,a determlnaton to keep th* will boa *u Inning with a eor* of 4 to ,. larlty ba mad the enterprlee' a complete
pubic ehool a* nearly a* poaribl U Itlc. 'lb. league ha not received lie
4 ( It wa k home run by .. a Ward that euoceaa. r Work Mutual IVnwfltTill .
to the beat recognlKd standard, Orlando
'Bo many tlNLsg* this day and time the charter yet but its o""nluUo" .b
I at louring bottt the Mopped .me. meant that two big
preeent
are good If ,, Can be kept out of being perfected a. quickly a* poael.ble. purpoae
eonlor and the Junior high Mhool In After defeating the MlamUnt the W a Bthutt I* the new manhall tr ancomplUhed; the twtmrolng poole ,
politic, he *okl. Mr Plche., Tom Drewer and ... r !
the lame budding The Junior big* I R dl.nd women entertained tine entire for Florida City. U K Chapman, u get water. at pHketleaHy1* lmtpertturr
school could be conducted atrpoet, Commenting PoD the tomato crop !Miami\ .. R. Robert compose the tub-commit
.lQbl... with a nipper In who ha been holding down that po- dwlred. and the power hour
Independently of the other Khoollne at C'lewl1tton. n Lake Okeeehobee" tee appointed to draft tk. leigue'econitltutlon .
Guild Hall Itlon for
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some handed
Mayor can oom H. *tt.lne. without creating
.. It was housed compactly In ono- be rid that be crop came In due The need .for euoh aleague
Hedlawf line .ip leaf week follow; Edward hie resignation lost gunday a breedlnc plow for monqultoV and
"alt of the building Th. building ljm5 and wae !not hurt bjr rain until ( wa first fell ny n ntwatrtck,
finer nun Warpitcher ., Bret bee; White, After lil* appointment, at Tueadaynljrhf there
"U ]lust completrlMa fall and I el. frog, a* had bn aanger If
$0. .
MJ' att. the harvest waa tw.thll'd. .- a local grower. and several in.etisgehave
mod), both tit beauty of architecture ; Erphe!: .1""' '', right" n meeting of the city eounnll doing with tb, possess method oft turnS -
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ov..r. nail bead "ben heldtader .
and la adaptation to tile physical rust came Maiwn Roberta left fleldi BUI I and. otter the council confirmed the pumping./r rt J.! }lit /oH ami ,a,
the'111arted.. leI:1 "
I aed ,f the Khool .,.ltelll. 1 I .tlltr. .. "Wegot 1110flret .. center fleldj Glenn lIumm.Itc! I appointment, Mr eVbutt wa sworn tile taUff law ef tIM. \II p 4es..allc ntI rcrH'lip ; .
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rt.jfgCkejsqMrii*,of *tudy varle* itllghtly ... 1 e dins It....ear.. ,' John Ed. Cfunn, cutoher: Carl. 1 In by tine mayor lie expreeeod hi/. rasa may b* changed, arEltltlr eoaft A ,eUtlo"toJ10.brplana ,

from the preteiR ifflime ** mtttr'nr'Uie "Ol \\fI .a. ollt s ahlydbase. UitenUon of a.t ,{ .ft6. eta "
)aaiN I loitT tin' rttrt 1, !! ... to re'ulte illeIlil
I eventh, eighth and ninth grade n ,. .roo I thbpprfn41al. itI'.: '
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I .Maauat training and homo economic<<*i HONOR "PRAT" ELECTS -. ---4 i .. .... .......... !: > u..n water eprav 1tI.I pone 1.
lire provided (or o td uprrlat' Instruction pe UdiilrM osm Ia itllII' nr W a?
:.* tt.rpF in imwle, phyitcnl ediina-I FORMER FLORIDA CITY FLORIDA CITY COUNW PASSES SOME : { '*t'.""..t"t1Il! Mm cIt Lett) ikftal the" water 'Into the air ,.,

.... ton act\ line art. 'to elective arroffered )" a* '1\0'\ '..-." Mil,' Mr. I-'I'II e',Jtt e lielfht t eeeirary ui cool It to 0>c
In the .*Tenth grade. a small 1 Roy HOU f, of Miami, former reellellcl dedrld Mmperaturn. When tine wier -

lectlve! range I* thi eighth. grad and dpht-of Flo I"c\ty.' old MenderIn PROGRESSIVE MEASURES AT MEETING]:tre 'going to try' to shotthat ; rotarm to llte pool fern clrrulaMg t'
'< .1 liberal range In the ninth grail rans are pi-mlunlng tnmatoei sill put, "
fouls and Homestead I threiMk toe hint "eng4ne et the -
Without going! Into Mail!. I might'eM lrt I Unit .thorn on the iniirkct far too! .
... week prev p t* hU departure for ttower hose It will, be warm enough
Mat the Junior high school nf tdy In Orlando ta planned In ao- (Jahta.vtllll wir* he wdl filter the Dairymen Must See That Their Cattle Stay Home at :{a. norhln" ) I r I. Mew a lIttle cooling even ta winter

oardasse with floe generally aooeptcdo aUln.r sob lid begin working for Nights; Dogs Mut Be Tagged and "W wilt niway' h.v.. water th twill

ttMIrwe far developed throughout bill l,. 8. A e. be refraahlBglf coot without bein .

tk* United State where the junior $sstds. bet w a member of the Chickens J>ept In. chilly." Mr. Wenetei *aldla .

high ohool ha been formally spring radon*ng claw at the t'nlver- --:-- PINE DECLARES, I return foe having Thor bon-

adopted. .Ity of Florid where lie received hi* To have had k taut of the gay kept up. Thus a purl of the citylautif 1+jot. pen ; JCommenting

\1'. school.-.-. Pisa oltlclal rawoml.Th and.the etu- D.'8. In chin Ical engineering, Mr.doueer night life In Florida CIt, ,, and tll.. to '"l program: .,tan. lie mirrleilt .f liE \VAsjuGED riwiH, the ,

was. cued Into the honorary be deprived ot It'! Such I* the Md f. have" ,
dent body are pleased with the Junior
M4 Khool arrangement and much fraternity Phf KappA Pint HI" many tate ol very: moo-cow-moo In th* The councllmen vot 4,M allow 110''I ming

prefer It ta th former set plain friend In thl locality were delighted Smith dairy The city ouncll decided j-lnr (n. painting of th. city hall M, BY HEARSAYReinstated ,time. a

"In Tampa" continued Mr. ""'her.1t to see him ntd ta hear of his food at its meeting Tuesday night to ..- Ufndberf was give* ti) oentraoLtil In

o ""the junior high ohool organlutlonll work at th* Inlveralty, I&bllelpoun" for tray live MocK, was done ai the uggetioa of A. there will .

s. plan' hw been In operation eo It to home, or the pound, fof them. 'WI tones. prealnW of the'council.Mr Solicitor Professes -children

some levee or eight yea r% The two No more fun eating the mayor' tomato *, W. II:. Mayer*, city herb, waaulherlied Admiration for wade and
schools are housed each Reins d Pastor
junior high
crop. luat always helping till to pay off a f 40( not that tent. :
III a building of It* wn. While U* W. C. T. U.
hoi and In gal i made by the old. council thoroughly .
'very day every way lad ,
In th Tampa
course of itudy *> Junior Decliijes Comment I.
high .phoole"vtrle enjy! all_htly from produce butter and butter," .* a pop renewed br the preeint council! All the senate three ....' .. i

the prewnf dose* of nude for the nlar publication declare the dairyman th. city bill were approved. ''1 WM tried of Ikea "over, It I t
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seventh, tight.,. and ninth grade, tk* Action *ay* ills Coue.. P..nt.1 the meeting, lMaI" tat* of Florida and found not guilty," ground 'for i

IfgregiUon of the pupil *f that ago f The council derided t* !have Robert Mayor Edwards and Prwldimt Jon., aM CountHolldtor Fred Pine when The' & (

.'p taniriill. to i....-.* claimed to b* aufflotent la Taylor, the city attorney, Pratt A stock were: Mrs Mae Rohweltter, Mr. and uked If he had anything to lay publicly northeast '
/ IB itself to warrant the iytm I .Refusing comment upon hi* jeInetatemenlfa July"V
\ I 'found the ntudenthodf{/ to b* an pastor of tins Flint ordinance Mr* W. I&,Meyer and ... K. PouoherConncllmen about bill reinstatement whloh She PUii .

E f' !ey.tbueta.tfc. 'w4 *'*_ lot of ohtl.1ir Christian f 1I li.r Miami, which Dcgi that appear la pubilo without Cling, Hohrvr and Hunter earn not long after kl* *. *;':'lon Margaret I
their tag will also\ lie Into thecity from offoe because of complaint mad.by tins ext'
wii* WK assembled from a radmf i put were absent
cam the eek afer his resignationineeted : := ; : .1 1
M aft l to elsrht .mil*** had b.w"I br the board 'of pound, It WM decided. "It I Is unfair Mr, 11111.tutUn.1I A plan, (or Improving the Miami Chriitlaa.. Council and It has | :

:'f 'Su|> rlntindei>t nher" laid that older' of 1* church, the Rev. Homer ," h* marehal pointed out. "for the pavilion' Thl plan whkhWM Other organisation 'In the county I the pH'll .

e. atanual\ trtantn and ltSne economic '11]. Bala as(: some folk to be permitted 'to let epjthuuwrtlcaM{ ........ ..... will be rractloally all of the complaintssgalnst by the DId I
altered Tam-
i ire now being n* of their wt'h.uI l kt-4 baaed ng, but )
"s p*.'* junior IIIp Vbol and "t\t. been donlChurch n to be quoted The don go being carried out .eometlm In the future lilt wer on politic .
when other folk bti. taw hI' prejudIe.aWhen for the .
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kn |tn% 5(1.0 entu th* m benrtjip has
'( pleaebt year wkn (It begenrollment bee ".lc*, Tfi I* .ufflclent.' spoken And when It* by paying dog ....' Ami'if'>o. have: number of Improvement* U be carried asked If his ..,.,.,ted to rue Ills

,,' trams *o great that the In4iltrlal department tk* ehunpfiaebrnhlp" .pok.. its the tag. put It on the dag' neck with set Immediately that will Improve I for another. term a* county Mllcltor pate no

; had to give wayle make 'teat gun II voted alllloat rotes. a wire or a I'OpO. If yon haven't a col the look *f th* town." The Mr. Pine answered In the affirmative 'Do' yo. ,

room for Hi* larreaMil numtv>refJ Inapt.mously tar M I cat knew hi. license has gra** .. the lawn of''th* II'' "My work I* the criminal court ofreword get thing
city hall
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J regular olemes. Bpaalih. Latin and bees A I peak for Mr. Pin Webster _
; Mtif ar Offered the Ita Ps ... The feeling found In bought tag stowed away In to b* out, and eom*thing I Is to ba don ( m., laid.t
sgo t. .it' lip dresser .. Poltlv
r S drawer Un't going to save t. make Ute tree. M poeltlve that If well meinlngcltlaeai
he boulevard
a
J Ugh eighth grad a* Introductorr this char but whisk proved t. be
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.. the dog. who have eo bitterly opposed r* all .
1 Mures to the regular work In thorn felt by a all IIIlnorlt- .. said ro..lI.bt grew Th* general dlortsslonlshow.
new offered I -* ninth The chicken came lit for their ,ed that all felt m* had oom to m* personally about rurtb of
cubjecta InferMt
\" : aleo I "M Wblte ZSnnple. and bsnddeye preeenl deeply I
:, grade *f all
",. ..taakeonll'tile' art er.ctingtwo eom. up plant oa the boulevard and la their beet to elate my ease thef would have
effort la .
bleed: e"o of tI,... two chunk.. toexert the ell, open tIp work of the
junior high Kkool.OM In Springfield private yard, and tit the! .meet b* behalf. .bv!> my friend Instead of .* ene-
eeeilOa
aft'a.noe .f tin
Hlvtredo. to sew, Itt eolllllJr pdsith' *tt. legislature wbhtbbas
knit M* In & .le*. Not a Ingle Urns did
whoa completed and a about ,),(1'. pals' at 011. of the organisms ---- any organ just eloeed, Mr. Pin* ald:

tlu.,..a eaoh. Than building are ,.f the Ch dan Council.is liatlon hat oppeeed m* call m* b*> The gasoline U* was th. ,mo tperklrlou
< Each\ ha* an auditortum Cat efwl ibis Cowan. aeid man [tote' its membenhlp for eras-.aamIii- and "
apll iatex sat meet .hleb tll' n.f. If.. te tee unfair that the Vglelattir -
j. IlIdWltrat".holl atlo*. S _.t asked to give my olds '
Ijtunaeium, room 'gala' 'OIl to tbs church, M sOlo yatawa For three 4*>. Repre.eotatlv .
I and Atorary la ddn.xiB to the regular I SOUTH DADE PUBUSHING \\I' the eltuatloK. '[bey amply" eoa. WUIarJ '
tins booed ,01 neked for Sill reaI_ .CO. '" fought U 4eft.il It.
/4, elate. room i damned me en her-y. .... tiry n
lion. but mallr
"'r. I. dolarddt'r'trtal conntlel outnumbered the
",: 'Th* psuse of tvdy fcM been IIOIt1TF AD, J1.oIUM"I" mad a statement galnt m.. and Yet '
I w prepared for "" '.",110<>1 year beginning lnhappy IIOndltlo" private k 'large oOllnth>e, aid 'It ,-. IUaprortlonment -
na never met .
ked
0" m* or la to me.I
'\ ne of fair when **** balldlnc I Mnoeg .blc" I "" 1101.,. burs b.en'arowelnt .te to lie Mibmltted! to the
f ,> will b*'opened. Till* ooar *f stray : oat by elem.nts : Date. would be glad to talk before the people In the form of a. seMNptlonpJ'(
\ W1tlllft the _
r ; .. . ... . scenes ef the W. C '1'. t>. and
U *lmlbr In Pie ,", s.r- r ehrf: bare been 41tl.W ; givethema amendment at the cent primarlea.and .
f\\ '/: h&nt to In* an* How : used In i with tit.18 frees the pulpit tin.poaltloa t .3 months chunoe to hear my eld* of the then tits county will have one

I i'\ .;, Orlando.HtwiUMt. that Omwteation. I elvis rlphtseesneea and Please send The Homestead ,Leader for 6. months story but they have sear sled forma ernetar and tires rcpreoeaUttvea, At'

"Q'c1r111Che recent oovferenr erf tine g. progress.l.wbieh bas .... : ," one 'yearlu preeeat wo bevy. no-littb at a pet
....J heaped congratulation
.k?" j *uprtnun4nt. JroM a( .ClgeIaed. need N the "ork.---thO pod.tws I b..e Month 4tIt'1 ell Hxintbe, "/.00} tna yearv .... Like W V ". V open tint. Star a 11. on representative..
itilf.v hips 8upt.'r A. Hathaeray *f I>wraliXtunty. I en 0 rI.lIl1'o_ and lb.I. .1 ,""Th leglelature M t* b* eougri'tu,

Vi ,,1, ,\II (, '.. sad Pv Joaepktutewtrr. r.a.rsl /III which iota bee. .".. V,. Flee all that h* admired the .laded for passing *o few bill* Mora

'r.: ', ,''.;'1 pn>f eaor rot wwoadary od*. to r ole wort I Pane bna' Name . . . . . . . . . W. C. 'I'll, member am sheen wore preeeeted theta .._I. bat fewer 1
i 'Cl ai OIl at tIM t nl* rnir .f Hertda.n la their effort sal hv no ulterior t. .
'4 lives to .sad ....IIe.. .t tlneesithat were pam0. my tplnle. we1 lintstoo
< '. .4. *. *p clal tady *t .h* jsnhert motive th.
\v a* profeorlonal Mfermer
I *'...k.Khaol oegantiatton M far lets!- II g Ie held against the Address ;; . .. _ . . . . .... likely to haveb eald.Vpo Tina, now, and never :lave bad
..1t 1", but aay that Improved ea Idle original teeoenmandnenta .
epee by th* beat K>o4 q.t me raUI., that: .
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,, ins hen if retnni front TalWhaeeee, More
the I'IIIW: atatMu sad ,1iIUeOI MMM bath attention
r': Jnoaler\ Ala show to Clhui and w ::M. J'ttwatest.esaspeot aasg. j %'P4p.Bax.-. .*.* .,. .> after being relutatod. Mr. Pin was I houtd V.* Hid to Ifs *n""orcni.*l *fIboee

'KO.iM5a4 sa 'I**** Fats lair to tit "nttr.-,- i :" i ,t tot at the tailed with brae band w* sow have tham t.. ID* making 'r I

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Page Two THE HOMESTEAD LEADER Thursday, June>< H 1928

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Membr i 01 the Gunk of Christ who Holy Mr BoKtrU keep UM r-----. bu arrived at Mr and Mm Maw Unpkrvrloft aeoe and had INn slits t* lOt --. opeolal summer ortoai at tko Miami
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= ...... whore oh* will ftreparoto
t will haw a atMte 41 Cttfto beach .*- hot nw MM matting et the bar bonze In Toledo after a trip that HooMotoad kturdar for Allraqwmiw but be I* now eomOned to...* bodagalM high
I ares. r" i..l'be. M/eetr, to ..... took bar by way of Now York City. N. M. for the btnoftt of Mr* enter theooato d e* seat e.u. Hwto
t\ ... who. .M4 mite MM MrtWMm. ...."yaMt .1.' Neon opoat last season U meow UmpbeeVo bealtt. Mr. sad Men ......... Mr W. C. making bar home alai mummer wing
Men Mm IN.atarMp4fadfA" pig frame 11gI1 MearMeDMUs1' .sod was a HIM. to the root Mr. MM do CNiMwiil I* 1f""toM"g with flobteH sod )(. H. Fouoher motored her otMr Mr*> C 0 MIL Anotherslot"
,,,.'....,. velti... at btefr Hospital she mado many her mother, Mrs, ileac Mr. OftMwottto to Miami and Hialeah oo Monday Mia Margaret HoberUon. who.
!dell 3phil .... 66d lire o.'f Miami lat school .
the
Leads Mrs. A. C. OrawwK taught la year
f. i who are hoping who will ro- at o..fOl'C!. where bo expects and Tinted Mr and
{ I* vie*. bid, fi,4datots0011trs, ., .\ Owens. Owen sad boy, !tars to Homestead neat to spend the Sam Awe wooko.Mariea |* Hlaloah.Cbarle to attending the business college la
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Mont hMaaithtlf' air AH....*,. Oa.. motored 4ow to C. B Ahobrook. proprWter of the Lomb sad Hates smoker Becker wa ft visitor la Miami and to aUo living with Mrs.High. .
A A OpMflgar. ) iW MIl I"'IIII tend lat Week to *vad w-J Aloobrook fttnrtn Station will leave wr Callers. In Miami Monday Miami several day but _I&. H* ...- .
r' h._ a..4 P*.| llg *a ft bolt not and days with Mr and Mr. C. 0 WMr" tomorrow night for Abtllo M C. Mr.. L r. Moffrtt .to III this _II. lied kto eon. Orertr. and :his two .

t' awning. 1 hTr Owens and Mr Weaver' w.UulomvtUt so I to pAd a ",-"IOU' vacation In the John Sby of Miami. callod o. his daughter. the Mivro' babel and Roe
,1 Claudia JAslSWta M VIOAM" bar aunt :' trip to West Palm Bael' mountain mother hr 1'rI4ar. allnd Becker who are living at ill I REDLAND I

and ...... Kir and Mr.. R Miller ft ... .. .. .. .. ft B. Sowed Mreet; till oummor I
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\ kiln rL Dr. and Mr B. ft HiteMa. who movedfrom
Mr*. William Van, Winkle to plan
The Many Mend of Mrs Homerulilvsia Florida City to Miami ever .* .
alng to visit friend la Key West In
will be glad to know of bur month ago. are pleasantly located la
the future.
near
recovery' the MaglO. City. where Dr Shields I*
Mm. Over.life and family will
Martha r_. formerly .r Bedland, night clerk at the T. M. a A. They leave Friday for Baltimore to pond i
and M,. Tong at Miami wore narrtd entertained a* heir NUN guest recently 'the oummorMr .
\ n Palm Beaeh recently Mr* Haiti Horrio, of Florida 4
i ne i Apr' .. Herman Bcbwniaclier to on
6yl Y ; Ity :
Mr*. l.*na Xnowle' baby under the DIck lletMr
wont an adenoid and tonsil operation Miss Catherine Sheffield has gone and Mr.. George Koeel and
md I* recovering aatUfMterlyMr to Miami Beach to spend the nest children will leave Ul week for ft n
two week, keeping ileuM and enjoying trip to the north In their rarMr .
and Mr*, f. r. Vmpfcrey and beach life with her two brother ?
I and Mr.. Sherman Ward. John
family motored to Miami' Bach Sunday 4 M Clarence and Charley Bheffleld. Oar- p
l Ooodatm and Alma Bchumache were
". and enjoyed' ft dip In the urf, 1 once to employed with Hampton A Miami visitors Sunday
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J tout* Connor land Aim Carter Relmert architect, In Miami. The .... and Mr"*. Joseph flrantham of
1\ were uopptii, I III Miami Frlda' I young people declare they are baringa Plant City. who haw been visiting
t Annette resets *< Miami t* vMt I splendid time there. Mr and M,., t W. Campbell left for
log at th* ham, of her grandparent, Mr.. A. D Clinton ka. Just received their home SuhdayMr .
Mr and M|*. W. A Kln I word of the serious Illness ef herbrother4nlw *. Andy Rapp and daughter {
ft A. Smith, of Cllntonrllle Ohio.
Ruth will leave Friday for
Howard
Lamb has moved Into MmO Conn.
!"'. bourn.Mr The girl of Redland have organ- ?
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Mrs. I a Simmons
friend of
The
*. Smith who KM boom ,, toed a club which they call the Wide
vtoltmg I will be pleased to know that she to
with bet brother, W. a IJnecott. I*,i sl In health itnco reaching Awake Club.
greatly Improved
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Mr Thomas Brewer a Miamivisitor
leaving ( IK AugtMtlii went
or whir she
I her borne In Keyeer W Va. .
will attend the iI Iron, MondayMr -
ft1'tI4uatlol11"1' ).Ita. W W Savory 'left Florida CityMonday -
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I and Mr* Ben Lon and ehlldren
M tint 1U",...
nephew After a '
for Miami to her
evening Join
hart visit" with there she will return i I of Miami were Sunday visitorsat
husband who ha accepted position
iI a .
the home of Mr and Mrs. Herman
to Her home to tenia" O. 1
I In oho magic City SchumacherMr .
Mr*. Carter bu been la homestead t Bam Bllvermaa left Monday evening and Mr* Daa Roberta returned
visiting bar daughter. ..,.. I:. AMetrunk .1 for Oalneivllle.. where ho will attend home fro mthel trip north Batarday! it

Md ?lire. W. Cuanos. ,I the summer sorbs of the University Niagara. Fall' Hempstead, L. I.. and
Mrs r. T. Johnson and: llttto son ol Florjda.Mr Washington were some of the plane
V T. Johnson, Jr., at Miami are Welting and Mr A. W. Jones have they visited while WathIngten '

Vmphroy.Gilbert her parents. .... and Mr. 1 r j t _A Corner Passed Many. Times_ a Week By.Almost ..Everybody! UNA0. 1 postponed have decided their to visit spend to the the summer North and In convention thehy attended away the At Shrlnen .

Friday M attend to a little biwlnm Mr*. Joe Arnlod of Cub to visiting Florida CUT
who kM boon Teller, ,of Detroit, Mlah? B. W. Whitney. of SwootwaterKarma at the horn of bor parent Mr. ail I FLORIDA CITY ITEMS I Min Jaquolln Edward, who huaeoeptod '
visiting IB Homestead
aooomnanlcd I. H. Matthews Mrs. W, A. King a place on the faculty of the .
kM sneered ft position I IN the First LONGVIEW I'
National Bank W MIami U Homestead Friday Just W ase what Mm. Ylvtao. Fro ton Homestead Mr. and Mr*. A. a Robert; of Na-' Florida City school! will attend the I
south Dado look Ilk*. Mr. Whitney Monday for TallahaoM. when she ranja wore Seeds. *t their eon and summer normal at the University of
f r & Hobbs returned last week and young Wesley Matthew Ire putting will take a six weeks summa course dtughter-la..", M,. and Mr*. Hit. Florida, at Oalneavlllet Mr Roy 1>. Manh, of Miami., wa
from nukaljr, Oa. .... Hobbs bad as out I' summer crop at Bwe.t. lit the Florida Slats College for burs Robert on Tueeday Mr and A Chang In the lilt of officer for the guest of Mr*.Tucker last week. iMr.
," mpMltd his mother. Mr*, telll water farm Women. Mr. Robert, Jr,. moved to Vjile city the I-adlee1 Aid Society wa made at Harold Lyons to on the sick
I Hobbs Oil bar rotors to her horn In Bam T. Young Miami real estate Mr*. Brown of Miami Beach was from Homestead three week ago and Its lt meeting when the election of list this week
:Iiaklr) after having Wtl hr dealer, visited his ..-.... grove In ft caller In town last Friday ar oooupylng the cottage nest to the Mr"* Leonard Chapman ft* secretary Lester Moeer has cold a tract of
daugktsr. the late Jim C, 0 Drrtol.to Redland the latter part of .tact w*.kII Uvta Barnes I* taking her vacation Caller homo. took place. Thto offloe wee left vacant land near the Longvtew club bouee.
UontXMd: Mr Kolib returned t* has the grove planted lit grapefruitand tints week In MiamiMr The many friend of E. 1 Rhode with the resignation of Mrs Will which will be cleared and planted laavocadoe
)!on sudden death .......
( I" good early erop left Mrs. Hunt hospital W..dne- become seven again H* had been Mia Olll RoberUo* of Florida Mr* Mary Smith, of Xenla O. who
Otis I H r rTt, the young barberIf" Friends of II... Ruth A*** have ra. day Improving after several week III- City ha gone to Miami fo attend the (Continued on Fag Three)

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$ JBAXETfU TOVNQ SOKTOVTb / .: Jilt ",I.* or Klorlclft. Clt,. I tAl
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main feature .. am. cookery 'n'I'III' for Isle i attt>mAt that Inor w,
I, all 1 H. Ian yore. hiatory florid Ulty
to te know how to build tn. ftre lID
had not .brew ,'slid upon to mourn
I that th* eauhlng Bar IM doa in thev.ry the death ul u youth tor child

: '-t way nanlMa. Nv.ry oook T. lx able tu )>..aM such a flat .*

amht know how to build th* flr..a* that la good rn.u ii cease for a peh-
liclly ranpattrn to the end of tam .1
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ft reputation M cook depend oa I '
**Hh to ad\rthw 0 town whose aRutty /-
It. L and g*..itra.H)' alt that "\9'". 1 1If
First spilt good, hard) -. -....... ;
stay biased la UN ""*" OS Mf.
*.. doart-into sticks of uniform at.** If Ithude."Itefora. I

and) thlrkn***. lay down the two beds t'', I I4n may yannC Iwv ps.eq" 4

tlok., croA (hies near the ends wW Mid Mr' RhvdM, "I truly axpMt toM
( rtorlda CMC nod rh>mMadww its
two other. Mid M on up until yaw
sat .It\\l"t ""srttte only dlfttrwbCIU
you have a pun a tout blab. BUM! a b* in' ik' IkM that white thepurr

\' flroln the pen thM cows It with a t'hatoi lash H.*.*at.a.. will toe -
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parallel. layer of dick laid M too* lieu hiitlMMw .parUon ttf town stud the
.' Part o'tttl !M .*w CtowM. tatty will
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art. thU with i rtmllar 'layar O
( be thr t l'olt ten ............1 Mrtlsq.TL. ,
Mart a fire In th* pen than cove r ,. '
n K town tH e arg. trm the r
,.I. 'J" \' It with a parall layerOf mitts" !tit..!n. of Ito cow communities will

,, .., !: : Iald.n tuck apart Cross this with not i>* na.U.d vMthi-r UonM...*.. or

t( M'y a similar |.,*..-. rlht anglea' and ao' .'lvll."tr., U may .b* a omb>naU uif
: th>- lw* nomoa, bi.' I rnth"r think 1
17,: : on upward for anothajrfoot Tk In .
It WIll IJT a* entirely "
non appDaU
: \ draft will make a routing flr. that
I' ( Mr. nhodea was quick to warn hi*
t ', c will all burn down to hard aval, mak-' InUntcwtrlhai &U nrodletlan wan by

"1 \,. tog a bed of lira. which I* what the i( no mean bawd an any privat "taermatlon ;
) abort'Imo camper1 moat dtalr which he poa.ed<< pwrtain- ,
tt, \ A. star* arc ... MtlaHy: oMdoonlalntl 1 c Ins to flit joining of the ewe towns. '

,, < *_ r.,.rdl'] M of 00.011II 1 1J __ but that u teas what bin Imagination '
I. might be well to dive a few milpmf0r 1'yy 1r 1\ ",
,. 'I{ /J had eoatrvct oat of th* fact* .. .
Uiilr Indln,. No stew list would !' ,,,. Mauve ni.ru el th(,|.|.WM, '
to comptoM" without a roelpo for I ; I
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"Mulligan", which may b. mad ft cIt'C

.1\IN", fish, game or ....at.o Local Gun Club Eligible
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I' ', ." '" "Mnlllnan" bleats To Take Part i in Meet '

.'Cllt up Into plooM two ID.BI square
V'" ? about two or three pounds of beet '; -

,,\(; I.Mb, loan pork, mutton or vonloon.HUw ;Member* of tha 8.ltlott.;'l \)tI..

.i( I thin two ...... onion* and place C pub Ml) l.. .1"' '')) 10 ,.rtloipmti
'. nat and onlona In (ko cooklnc-pot iv\ a .bonetit trap..hooUn* match (10 ix ,
?'+ >: mud wall with water. Add IWo .
cover i __ held mire the awulnea of the JtOi.
", i \ << and sliced ..rot. end cook
","raped Cnunty Oajne Protective Ant $latlOIl.TII. .
< t'.).. until tb* meat III "" *'. Then add poI prered from thin match will to

JIi. ,UtoB out In thick slices and a light to the Day Nursery at Miami. The

1' Jr..da"ln* of "our Continue to Cook county er"lullol.111 t..ti, InirUatlon 1'
'I, .nntllrthu don and drudge
A potaloei r thartly to all the gunners In .
i,"loaaionalljr with flour until tho gravy tI t dej County

'thick and tmooth. Then th* feast The match will start u soot at

'if... r.' *dy. JL half-cupful of diced salt hooting la finished lot the CorsICa
.. .,' "I' 'rkl. 'often oooked with th* Mew In blr. trophy sup and will probably b*

; < ; )Jiw.ath.r., J' for S0. or more bird on lbs club t

'r ., ooa._" Mulligan rang at Atlantic,UvachLONGVIEW,- rJ
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this ......1.... moot b* changed to lull :
4U Muck, clean and joint the larger M.

bird It la beat to leave th. small

.. birds whol 6r In halves Blloe one Oonllmiod from Page Two.!

wage oixloa thinly and put In wilt th. .
HOMESTEAD BAKERY pent the wittap hare with her motkr. -
.rams covering It and cooking until
r Mr* It. JU Uoeor, ae4 brotbun
v' the flesh I. Under Thicken till
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Hilly I and llgeirs l ateetl. r luro ito
And acrv' with potatoes boiled whole .
her htn on WedneatlajT.

'_ Find Mulligan*. J. E. MacDonald proprietor. h, Col. N"k lil* )hae bought tt> Walla :
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kHtlo and tar MM fish .*-*... .;<':-- ... -. ,-- ., the army after 1 1 year s
Then put o or a 'layer of olama. ---- M aervfcttUrn. .

IUIlJ. Hoed ...soD. a few lump of tutrkar silo wa uptrata.
cad some fllot crackers broken at4h Miami tf *attal. rotuniod. Ji,5>. i
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j"'hen vnoover and cook ten minutes J ? .rt at Hwtwitr. I III* w*.k.
'; br to longer, when It la ready to aerv*. '"' It Mumolwhtt. tit '''_t potato ,

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HOMESTEAD LEADER left halt It" cankerworm F in: and

i TIE that whU-h the e.nk.rworm path l left dislike. advice and I hesitate to after tht high school, (' ) Agriculture Horticulture Livestock h

.-.--..*-)IfMIITLAD!: .rLORm. .. .. --_.-- hath the mtflrplMur eaten" and MrIce you, but I ant sure that your .. when the young fellows t '

'.a It, K ARCHER tultrHI goes on to *ay that hat which the judgment will load ou to so ''' with the seventh or eighth When Adapted to Dade County's Needs''

BY I KACH. Asnlstant Editor caterpillar hath left hath the outworn The Leader that It wM lit .....*., there should be a pocketing .

a MA1UOHI8 LRiCH A.RCHRH, $UMntaa stn: MM that which' 1M oaf free from unpleasant the family pride and tradition By a! IIAISKT

)tanager.r worm hath .10. hath the amy worm aid that you will always "" may Intrude and demand a wry County Agrtoultnral Agent ': i

Agpll.aq.n erode for attMOT MMnd .atom MM that w*** the army ....... I hav found one man rtaot .>..*....." tidied of Just (Question will be answered la tM 001.....)

eta**; Matter W tha n ntciHln rant hath left, hath UN wlwwomJafllflrftWb a* good a. another I have -. Practically all the worth

l at H* sst.a*. Via. '>, outset tkatj ..... .0 .......... aaay men that are brighter l. me sot Matory have been right Convinced that a column jf thl ed persons to shape their work so .. d'

; :..,+:Yr rM r'ldabltt0 r nt ; :.itll Ike stldtRgr e*. s,4Nlaer mostly Unut sobers tk* Hoped flees |. litdMtry or' triad, **-opf>ratlvely produced will b* to find time t* devote one .It4I.n_ ? rand

>t14014'tubYuah/r1M' lh sill .t -.. ... r: tertlly' a mafMr4hli pl .... Ioa'"' M 4a.er when young of Inestimable value, to the people cf evening the this matter Some rj
,,, time at thl meeting will be devotedt
Ji'bsorlptlon illfl'THK 4I1 1 ',.... the't" : t The Leader Mrt great used trot fc H anybody's pHd to south Dad County I have consented
the
rat*, r' mango
/ I tk* son wprktdg In a store or A
1 tI. lat ... tit t \ Mont Slnwr" r''Tlirs. to H preside at
.. hop or tasty op at whatever em Collins grove lies been selected ..
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tint tt..Ieb I OUnW. !'tio"' .... sense t* hand such a eolurna- the place for the meeting because ttIs
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t.UD>! R't' t f :D' JMd thab" wt ftb tt lt, sb "u Maeagtng Honesty dependability, judgment Istlo round table the oldest and largest avocado

W* be,.*v* in MMa4 sad left, bath the p.,, |t! dt, lie learaed la almae any pursuit; where a.ues- grove In the county and because of '+,

Daue Munty GET sOY JOri | .lf.rUafe** I Is on* of the most Im titans answers, the work don there by O F Molnette t
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that which tile Pt* bed ,
W. believe Its roaeat future
"' thing for a boy t* learn and federal entomologist, who has ;
and Its potentialities, hath the woevll eaten' ; and twhlata Just. about this time la suggestion personal been
gt It conducting
wker4ver a regular "job" tor some years experiment -
We believe In It* o/trup fruit Industry Our '- "wwtwf* w tudu.od! are turned loose from th. I found, T** hojldsy job may not experiences with sprays both liquid and

1 te It. avocado tndwtry fur at trleleeing woh f't tkelner, OOUga thousand cf One boys the following of that line 01 and timely dry He will demonstrate his method

rtoh glad land Its famous cast (..matyfor p4VPktgr l IFlbflt... beMtwn+M Of the boy arc, of course but It will be valuable tn foun article can to all who com _'
prairie tomato land, Its sweotsmelllng be exchanged i
Itt .to,. 4: : building upon which. every' huan .
pin .laao and Its qualification yell .| chaps-big enough to b* aol This .Is a county New Bulletins r

a* a rag h.r rromlsed the wtwrit'fcafejift! hath"tn* *.*. to run errands and ask .structure must *tnd-Times ot special New bulletins for distribution have

Land borer f(.$ animal wft(...tb* corn other are really song men ised Interests. lust been sent to my office from

We believe tn our profexsjlonal kath : and ..!*)! Indllh3 Washington. They Include 100 of
borer bath left men, our tradesmen and our business Hwlan KEW I a RAINKT try brtbtI ; e aoh of the following: Insect Injurious r
eaten: MHt that whtafc ttlt fix hold and pull Intelligently when OIUDINQ SYSTEM
men: and we believe U theirdeelr I special c o m- to the Mango In Florida and
tor law" Mtfonwmeit sad ctVVto .. hath left, bst* tit .*bbg* ".rm im. chinos, at work or play (Coiitlnnra from Page On ment It will be possible however, How to Combat Theta," 'Red Spider

Improvement. eaten and \hat. WUcH the cabbageworm the boy are not yet at the .. 'tI'hchaYe the reputation) under this heading, to treat all of our on the Avo &do" and "Avocado, Its '

We belv| our p opl* will apr hath |let,, hath the] Baa Jos where the life work I Ie decided: being the very beet school of his industries separately Insect Enemle and How to Combat

preolat Tb* Leader' .tforts to r.\4t\ "UiH and tfial which the Ban think they want to be lawyers : that have been developed ft Is Anyone with a problem along theM Them,"
dies them, pews, sdv.rtt.*mZnt. consensus. of opinion of all those lines i* asked to make us*'of this sob The Itll Tear Hook ot the United
I JOM.111i; i atb left hafIt'the gypsy tore or merchant, and .,*- (
M I' And, editorials) that will bring them ) whom tt was my privilege to dis' omit and I will to the best of my States department of agriculture I* d ,
," tbs greatest measure ot truth justice moth eatenf;}ri
\\1 and helpfulness moth balk lest?"'man *lab:**" and something different the .It. of school arrangement lends It. the semi time this column will ". pages. of valuable Information and
more naturally to the
.: w. believe that it 1. out duty ,j I they arc all willing to get. Into and Instructing proper of pupils dll. fully receive and broadcast any Information Illustration covering a wide rang of
to serve rile public to the bt of this. ot Interest contributed. subjects. It can lit secured free by
A tirrr'it">ROM ONB or OUR thing that mean a few stage of development. An-
our ability. that w. must keep faith .. advantage claimed for this dl- Avocado ] 'writing to our senators or congress l
MeetingOn
with the1 public at all times, and WEC+LWIHiCRHT : Saturday and) perhaps torn of the grade Is that a large mall M

that to do so ws must print all ence In buslnea As .,. cent of those pupils who finished June 21 an avocado meetingwill
Smiles 1 for Farmer
the MW without tear or favor or lid. MIAMI HERALD girls turn to dolls and ( elghnh grade either do not enter be held at the Collins grove at t
ninth grade or stop ohoo be of all I would suggest that every Dad
prejudice or color, sine honest June t, Itll.Ml -If ho more demonstrated north Miami Beach A study
community completing It matters pertaining to the avocado will county grower avail himself of the
publicity best promote
;*;* liubyALeech, the desire to dress and make 'The junior high school arrange I
welfare. up b* made, and disease, Insect and free service provided by the state
The leader,' -til* boy desire to do tends to hold pupils In school to their control will b* particularly marketing bureau In It. For Sale, r
completion of the ninth gr.Je
fULSJTATlOl Homestead Florida. that I. don by their fathers 1 advantage" of the Junior high ,.tI' _d. The best fertiliser and the Want and Exchange Bulletin" This
My't) ar Ml** teacai brothers Hen"r curriculum I* that tile vast general culture of the avocado will bulletin lists farm machinery that I If
With tbls l.ua, Th* Homestead of pupils who do not ant of course. be discussed The next wanted and that Is for sale and It I*
Leader enter the newspaper' arena of I was greatly pleased; t* hear that Getting the boy a job In not continue through the senior week Issue of The Leader will announce sent tree by, application to L. M. i

verbal you bad returned to Dad. County and time I* not the easiest thing to school and college will receive a the speaker and their subjects Rhodes, State Marketing Bureau,
south Florida, not to hold combats
Intended entering the n."pape"UIII."" It li worth II. lot of trouble of education which tends more This early announcement of Jacksonville All should have this. a
with other journalUtlo& gladiators flit them for the life they will find should allow all interest bulletin. '
the meeting
but' to fight for southern Aide County ness I feel that your experience can part of the grown-ups. The : ... In after leaving the ninth

be put to excellent us* at homestead. of sixteen to twenty feelo a* On the other hand, the junior __ u____ _
and to boost thl* part of the world school curriculum I* so planned
I woe editor of a country newspaperfor he had already arrrlved at i 1r
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Iio Because our advCrllmn and other serve a* a gradual change
some time and I till pride myself 'and wants to have a part the earlier grade type to the --
friends wished t 0 1I"lpIe celebrate pre
.. liberal work of the senior
on the fact that I am a country program of Ufa. A few'may high JOHN B. MOFFETT
publication of the first lwu of The This transition period. there-
Leader today's paper i* laager than editor, In no other part of th. newspaper Jo loaf and sleep and eat really tend to aid young people

4 the sucraidlng Ueues will be. business Is Ute as pleasant as but th*, ine'drlty of youth continuing tn school: It deos not ESTABLISHED 1911 ''
them through an abrupt chang
la the ;weekly field It Is there that which an employer could i 1 t tlw
In political Issue Th* Leader will give up the pursuit of higher. edu I
on comes In contact with the people pay) not necessarily a big .. ."
b* guided by its common sense, assisted D
t and forma man' very dear friendship oftentimes it to not In the .. ., It was after Superintendent Fisher
by It.* democrats\ complex. this detailed. study of the junior
*: It POSSCMM far more sentiment because the employer : school organisation that h* .f

,PROSPF.Cr1 ARE BRIGHT than city newspaper work In the lad an apprentice and knows ; a. junior that the high school school board for REAL ESTATE, RENTALS, INVESTMENTS, T
city, the editor seldom comes In contact experience gained more than
Th Leader congratulate the grower to be operated 'In the new
who" ar* organising t* wcur for with any considerable number of services, but the Job Is a building now. under. construe INSURANCE .
b his reader, and group of people a* portent' thing for the boy .
this section and all of Florida better
I Feature RecomnMiiulm! {r\r' \., 4
doe th editor In. short
country
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long a* there are rule
Recommendation of Superintend
t freight rates and better condition Ingeneral '
a; marketing our big ....p.. time the motion become part of th., will b* exception and one I Fisher that were accepted by the REDLAND DISTRICT FRUIT AND TRUCKING ,
editor life and h* feel the emo- most board of public Instruction -" "I
1'b. building boom now on In ; prominent la connection ._ LANDS, TOWNPiOPERTIESHomestead "

t Homestead I II a real Inspiration. It lions ot the people who read his paper I the closing of the schools and I "That where practicable, special In
Ithe city reader com add In motto art and
ge.Tbid'itor Institution of the kind I. that penman- '
prove the absurdity of the statement j a'n
In
: \ given all of the schools of
Dais seldom)knows whence they boys will bs found very useful ------
that summer In County county l
oom> |hoc whence they go But In the! the house, office or 'shop, "That manual training and borne -- s
t can be soloing but a dead season Hy
,\l. .mall** town the editor soon learns' services will be welcomed by th .* be re-established In Red-
showing activity In all season Horns- and Homestead school
wad can bid successfully for newpermanent i to take a personal Interest In the wetfar of the family and : That manual training b* estab Cafe

of every oltlsen, and the Joys and will b* paid seething for his I In the Coconut Grove high
If.' rwsldents and It cut contlnue .' .
sorrows are sit a* keenly In the newspaper and accomplishment But
5 to make title bid by doing everyyr / That special Instructor be em- '- ':
4.. ha office as In the home. l mala the boy are not of in the junior high school, '- : o -=
:. lust what It don title last
'5M editor of tile weekly paper not I.t horn. They cave not ,." to teach music an and pen-
'" year-remrv* most of the building t In all grades belo wthe junior
I'i operation until the cropping mason .ton* eharee In th. fortune and ml- I pend.d upon when their ../ school THE ONLY PLACE TO

Fortune. of many persons, but al.o,lea I manded nearly all of each d. That specially trained instructor

i* ever i spectator and participant In many "| art of Saturdays Parent secured. for and manual necessary, training equipment and EAT IN TOWN FOR.

'. charming romanoea make the best sort of economic In the new colored

--4t' Caterpillar IWO nAND more ITS than an Inch I I am convinced that you will find boys of their. own-They yu- .That school additional typewriter and THO 5E; WHO CARE.

your happiest existence. In helping to to think .
th work
deep delated. th* Albany Newport I don le ... model filing cabinet b* pur- ,
edit Th leader It wilt give you an I paid for and to expect too ..", and Installed In the commer
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train ont hour and II minutes Thl .
department *f th Miami high
opportunity to char In the sweeter Their eon art
presumed to lie
/ h leI.llp probably produced more real .
'''. shuddering than that caused by the aide. of life and keep away from the boys and the task set I* That certain. power machinery and Juii Gargal Prop.BURTON'S .
turmoils that beset the larger commercial I hard. .. for a printing shop lie pur- .
Chines bandit !fn th* Shantung outrag .. and Installed] In th. Miami

r *, or the I tooting< of the Ruhr Valley newspaper venture Beside a willingness t* let snhool: ." .

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don by bandit from the Insect world FII

and how the.. bug bandit could; hold

p wn local crop If they were allowed ;
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We are simply In tor a big right-

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r a fly twatteri, but tb** b* saw,! ,. "

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lo*. another writer, urn' 11 that the Heed 88 THE entire effort of our management IV: ':::

Man fly alone cost la average anneal ,',' '

lea to the wheat II'.f th. United I : is to to the people of HomeI =3 t'
Kate nor than one hundred million / : give ; :.HJ ;. \\i: }; ; :

dollar\ It reminded blot oT Joel ] : stead and vicinity-Service, Quality and .. \ > 1:/, \ () ..

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Page Six THE HOMESTEAD LEADER Thursday, June 14, i923Social
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$IltancUII tot*** & i...ftkf >j Miiotb"a'A UttM CAM} shall

e-church Wsikety" :JIL-1nu1SSP, 041,r.Ws' \_t L,1, Bb rt ,talkr eh' the MM 7ba.10, At g.,. Frwmao. 1'4 East Flagler St. Miami, Fin. _

"ullli wterrital, WoJtt, "
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torn of tlw t>rtdf, wKb '*n,Q' :Dins Fred Henn is
I ANNOUNCING TO ALL THE LADIES OF DADE COUNTYA
Mr* )(. T. WaNm at ':M *Sagatantar it Hostess to Society

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bride was level lr in *.. WI I 'India" was the tepla *tu the member of she Womw' Foretgo NEW DEPARTMENT WITH A FULL LINE OFDRESSES
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and create bUM* *tt 004 her dr i* I
Missionary IkMtaty of Florida City at
whit crape trinmd with ywito!b ...
.their meeting M the horn .f :Mrs .
tee. BIIe..IM a boqnt of whit
Fred Henn on "'''**.. Twelve women .
r_. and Jasmin list IttU *ltiWurfiurlt
; were. present to help make th.,
Wallall'l..1 la whit
topic on* of gn9M helpfulnea ire
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organelle adorned wWi pink ****ttiWM ,
1....'. gwwt were: Mr*. B. )'. Collier
1 flower girl. I II
tire. J. M Pobwn, Mr*. W. B Meyer ,
Standing a. sna4 Of honor :MI
*, Mr*. lain Bitters. Mrs Lemma
tIorq'b Tower WM deltthtfully da lni I II
Otble, Mrs. Leonard Chapman Mrs
In light green orfandle trimmed Wiltpink. ]I
/. A. Bry, Mr.. O. :M. :rre.maa.J
0h carried pinto roars and W rwUlt ... .
Sire t H. Rohrcr :MM.
a horsehair bat, trimmed salt baad I
Mr*. aobe"1'arJor.
white ribbon.
i' :KIM Wallaro's bridesmaid Ml1Avl l*.
;. .." I Pirn*, cores becoming pink,, U and I" Club Gives
( ", be-ruffled organelle frook and a pink
... l trimmed leghorn hat tint carried Dance and Card PartyThe
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l. ..; pink Bower. "U aid 1 Club" orgahlwd Inrlomeitod ,
The bet man WM Retry Kubn' nd two weeks ago, enjoyed
o I the froolnnman, Roy Icings 4aMlnf and area at the borne of Mr. FOR EVERY OCCASION
i f The wedding march WM played b y I. M. Holeoabe" Wednesday nliht.i
:Mrs O L Oault Mrs Wallam. and This club, orfanlHd lust foe good,
Ml/ Nina Drew served refreshment I tllII..' sake, meeta every" Wednesday GRAND OPENING SPECIALONE
"I tin bridal party and the (ueet. IraindUtlf night Last week toe joant folks enjoyed -I
after the wedding. TII.rtd. .; a dano and card party at the
.'* going-.wiy suit was of navy, t. O O. T. hall I HUNDRED CHARMING AND PRACTICAL
tom and her bat wu Mack She and RlUMHI' Mllli l, president of tile'e'ub.
her bu.band motored to Orlando, bet i' The other officers are: Cleland .
6 formrr homo, tat a 19-rfuy visit. and Lawrence. .1"' ...I<1.nl; H 8 Pond DRESSESJOR
h upon their return to HowiutoKd the y iccretaryv and MUM' Dorothy Cameron,
will occupy tttclr now loom nest t o sem.Iarr and treaiurer. I .
r the T U Graves ,.."1'11_ Mrs Kuhn The mrmbom are: Mia Carrie THE WARMER DAYS
In .ne of Homt.ad'i, moot popular Rohnmaker MUn Lola CTambllw. IllrcNulllo
young woman and her Inca frlendi Strange Mine, Terrlce CarmU ,
You will fall in love with these
wish bor great happtntu. chart. MI. Nadlu Chamblla, Mini Net- '
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OthOra bertilM thoM already m.n- Ut Pectin. MlMrglnla Cameron Hand made Sheer Voile Dressesof
tinned who attended the' Wadding. went Mr davit. Mrs B W. Ring, HIM men. ..... Dorothy Cameron, GeorgeMurray a richness that makes them
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Vtonnlo Tucker and other membert of Pollttte John L. Harrla
r the :Waller ftmllr Cecil Hook Alex Kemmlnn, La sometimes called 'Cotton Georg '
4 lonte draw, Wilson Bummerlln
Henry Peters, J:. >H Brandenburg, ette." Opening Special

O. E. IS. Has Picnic; Russell Mlle' Cleland Lawrence and' .
Jt a Pond.

v Meeting Loo*! member Next of Monday the Order of the I .95
Fish Affords
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KMterii Star. whoare attending the $9
hobert More picnic at Fort Laud.ral Fun For Frolickers I I, Values to

today are Ml*. Joiner, Ura. J:. The V. I. I/. and Willing Worker

A. Carter Mrs Frank Skill and other*, lae* enjoyed a nth fry at the bay| . d tr 22.50 :
The Writ. ('111m tXtoh chapter U Tuesday\ evening A truck, and about : .
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t A inset The Monday Ad Aatra evening ClIa t.r,for O. K hMt 8, Will| the ploplo grounds. I Choice of;Snow White and avariety .
iVTh* went wa a treat cueoe* ex.eepting .
I tine this ,ulII..e"-I.Io-.1 ot dainty colors.1The .
i far CIne feature and that wa summery
r their inuetlng again September 1. I ,
the nuxqultoei reported n* who
I' I II' rH. Though not Invited to attend, trimmings are neat and taste-
; t*( mosquitoes earn la maw formation -
Congregation f leased and made an attack on everything fuful: and the price is remarkably low

Wtih Children's' ProgramThe j In eight W* forgive Mr. Pitt

I children of Florida City came tor prophesying that they would all
AN INTERESTING SHOWING
b blown since he be WONDERFUL DRESS VALUE OF
P. / la for their ihar of praise and .tt.... away proved to
", lion last Bunday night when they |>r-. such an expert at frying flab No LADIES READ
*.ntd a Chliar.,'. Day program before doubt Alvin Campbell will b* seeking Leading In Values-New Ship THISSpecial I WHITE HATS .
ritit a posltloa soon In the Waldorf Astoria:
II ongregatlon hat save (veryevident
for li* I* lI.rtelnl adept In the ments Just Received from
1 of enjoying it to the utmostAire
.ry art." eu.IID-j| Discount Offer Good Only! CANTON OFF THE
O. M. Freeman and Mr* t. w New York Or-
The nah David Barne Until June 30
Taylor drilled the children for tho entertainment -i caught by CREPE 4 FACE

The program follow:I and Fish Flay Market Watson were ald at the to be Homestead fin*. | PAISLEY FROCKS INTRODUCTION OFFER GEORGE: rE 4 WIDEBRIMS

( _, Bong "How Firm 'ft Foundation," Among Shoes present _,.1 Mle
! i She audience. ON REGULAR MICES
by
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' Loretta Horns Ml* Mildred Camp-| Also All Silk Canton
I' Bcrtplure ... la order to Introduce Dreg Deptrt- DE
I' f bell. Mb Rita Pitch, :U. Loraln oar ROLLED
Prayer, the Rev, O. II Freeman Campbell Mla Sara Wright, X lei, Crape Dresse Each .50 mint wt ..in.tlo" a Special Discount CUENE BRIMS '

'.' "h Recitation. "Johnnie'P.snlea. ," Olivia Wright tilt Miners Dorothy. in the tery 12 01 20 per cent on every purchase "
i WM||. Weldr k.j Mary and Rom Tower, the Mle. ,Latest Style. Values made in our shop until June 30th. For Women: For Misses
Katharine and Nina Drew, M.... Nadine
to J25.00-in Colon
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'. 'i." hand Chamblla.name, Ploy MlM Watson QISMy. the Feagan Rev fled Paisley Comhin- Ye. .Hess ,rntTM* Cy,*" *tth* An exception offering t tat you shouldaot '

' Recitation William Ilenn. O M. Walker Mr. Putts, Alvin Camp- ations. time of pyrh**.. miss! Pl
Chorus by th* girl... yell ,t> Oh,. bell Albert Geiger an ,.UIJ.." ; :I.* f
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King Jr.Ion", .'; Think Wbe \ Read That BOOKS DRESSES CAPES ] MILLINERY

I Sweet Story of QItn'" :MantanasT4ylon I
The Community Book ShopII
, Recitation -Nothing '1'0"b ," Alice
LOWEST PRICES IN SOUTHERN FLORIDA
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L WANT ADS 1 1i !11 l LEGAL NOTICES :

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Wll.l. RENT: ham with modern
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_._ _. poems and atocplag porch. Very reasonable !. OUHMHY
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BAPTIST ts.jtual at; 1* a. nu: preaching services r i '
The K.f. C. M. Walker, paster.funds i.* 11 a. ... and p. ....; BpwortkLeague see .r*. Myrtle B. Uthtsey a.t VIOLA JAOCHON. OewpUtMuit.vs. '"
premise so Chwreh street< halt Mock
? school at 1:41 a. m., A. J. at T p. m. I
hem Krome. WILL JACKSON. Defendest
: Drew superintendent; preaching at Morlda sty Community CbarvhrTh -

P plam.aadap.ratB.Y.P. V.rtt" Hew (h. M. Freeman, pastor Sato W57' .fee with lops hair ad / crvoncEOlUlbl "

p. m.. Mrs Edwards president d.y school at It *. m, C. W. Weld-- whisker*. *f'.; $61Shop. at the Royal Polls rOR Pt'BLICAIIOS)
The subject for the sermon BunayJnornlng l<:lck, superintendent preaching at 11 p rb.l> Special attention glvM ,
, will b* "Flan for Southernpaptlsu. a.ai.andht10p.m.. children. Flatter It MiWrlng by affidavit > Yw ,
to ladle nd. "
I, ." 'In the evening the subject 'superintendent preaching at 11 a. .., *>eiiue.- ut across. from. Rroras >la l. the W4 la Ine _..- Jacksong .: '1; \ '
I: will be "A Mess oC Pottage." and 11; pail, ).f.we" street that, the residence ef Will ,.. "
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,. / IMdland-444 11.... Job. R Hook tile tendant taereln nam. .
EPISCOPAL I paato Preaching ..rvt_ at lilt; ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTEEN known and that there I* ne paraonIn I.
the SUM ot Florida, the service
''y M. John's- The Rev. Df. C. (p. !Sunday school at 10tOMETHODIST x town lot la rforlde City for sate *n ef a subpoena upon whom would bind iI

Jackson rector. Sunday school at It easy Until. Till absolutely perfect such defendant that the defendantIs I
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m.; morning service at 11 a. m. BOOTH Edward trilling, .wn... over the age of twenty-oat yean; = I '
very Sunday except the Ant In the Hoin iKMuh-Tli* Rev J O. 8tradler > It Is therefore ordered that said defendant =
Month; night service at t p. m. the pastor Sunday school at 10 THREE: ) HUNDRED ACRES: of be and he I* hereby required 1l 1 1I

.' flret Sunday; Communion the fourth *. m., preaching at 11 a. ... and I glade land close la. for sale on easy I to appear to the bill of ecmplelnt -
Sunday.: p. IL; Epworth League at flU p. m.MARANJA term Title absolutely" perfect Ed. filed to said cause on cr before Men-f=a
.1 _' ward Btlllmt, Florida City, owned. day the fifth day et August A. V. '
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t LtTHF.TU ooMMismr: cnvncii Ittl. otherwise the allegations of S I
THOROUGHBRED Alrdal' pup said bill will be taken a* confees.1 I = 1
St. John's, Jledle.ad-Tho Rev. The Rev. Dr. Wm.. J Carter, paelor. From Champion doc, for sale by R. L. by the said defendant. a NUQuality I
>.siman,.j>a tor. Service at I P.... Snnday school at I p. nu; preaching Mixer, R. F. Ok Hom........ Telephone It I* further ordered that order I=- '
f In English' the second Sunday et seat j service M I p. m. ".f. i b* published once a week for eight I
y month>,In German, the last Sunday. NOIItiIUd.q evening we will be consecutive week In the Homestead 5 ,
: MI7THODI8T EPISCOPALThe favored with solo by :..a... Pauline progress. Th Circle plan will be put Leader a newspaper published In said :3
White Stone, Homestead-'' Moody Everyone I* Invited to all Into effect In the Union at the be- county and Mate. +15|
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6,,. John R Hook pastor. -Bund. these service ginning the new quarter. With This llth day of June A, D. lilt -

more than 100 women la the church BEN BHEPARD. |IQ
s BAPTIST NOTES!: The Sunday school with Mr. Drew It became necessary to take this nwten. Clerk of the Circuit Court. =
Dy H. K. MoCluney, D. C.Ct =
J The' teacher' claw In the Normal a* superintendent made a new high A food assoclattonal meeting of I
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;jkonual. meet Wednesday evening at record for attendance with Itt present the unions In the MUml association : :

jJ o'clock. Prayer meeting I* at last Bund.,.. No doubt the school WM recent held, at the Plrrt Baptist NOTICE I 1 1 Appreciation of Quality is One I
will be able to ( Miami. Wr C. N.
I'o'clock. The teaching of Jesus reach th* mark of Church o ,
About the family will be dlcueed. 100 at the present rat ot Increase. Walker and Mr A. I. Draw rspre-
IN RE: PETITION OF MART 5 Of the evidences of the .
surest developed
fin Friday evening the Sunday school The primary department under the anted this union. Mr*. Walker spoke ,
ANDERSON TO BECOME A TREK:
l\ aeher. will meet to discuss tithe lei- direction of M.... Nellie Kuhn ha a on the necessity for minion trainingIn DEALER. j g i Individual. Merely "good enough" is no :;1
for IUllda,. This splendid attendance and a faithful the Sunday School Mr*. M. P.
sons the coming
Notice 1* hereby given that I. MaryAnderson. g longer good enough for the man who is 1
group of worker. Through the kind. Wellam'li president of the Church
jlan 1 taught by Mr. C. N. Walker. =
Intendto
a married woman I
in his to take costructive U
04-t I o'clock the church choir will ness of the V. I. S. class et young Improvement Society and It has apply to the Judge of the Circuit = growing Ability a
practice under the direction of Mr. O. men a large water cooler ha been made a tine record of personal work Court ot the Eleventh Judicial I Circuit: place in business or social affairs. The I '

i Oault. bought for the use et the Sunday and visiting the ilok. Through the In and for Dad county, Florida. OR g merchandise fostered by this store reflects i ,
The officer ot the B. T. P. U. School, *o the children will be pro- good work of this' society the social Saturday, the llth day of July A. D.'s'!
wire elected (act ttunday evening vided with lee water next Bunday. room of the church will be pro. 111 at the hour of ten o'clock In 5 that policy tc the fullest degree. Value t

:Wr<< .. R. X. Edward was reelected The Cradle Roll 'with Mr Fisher ridel with a wit Of dishes and the the forenoon or a* soon thereafter M s can be judged only in relation to qualityin I

president Under Mr*. Edward and Mr*. Loyles as superintendent, necessary kitchen Utensil They hare practicable I at the office ot the *aldS: | material in treatment in form. We '
n, litdenhlp fine progress ha been made and! :Mrs.Kathryn Drew and Mia also. appointed a committee So .*. judge* at the court house In Miami.I I|S ,&:: j
"' nd It,lit expected that the Homestead Rose Tower a* assistants, now has cure chain and tablet for the Primary Florida, for a license to manage, take 5 never skimp merchandise to fit a price, but E
I ljnlon will be tone of ft select few to enrollment of tl children. On and Beginner Department charge of and control my property,5 build it to express a quality that corre- \

receive an.., At ruling from the state promotion day they will hare a large of the Sunday. School and estate and, to become a free dealer :BIn sponds to a human need. Our price is determined {

t'T.. P. U..,secretary, for the past number of children reader to enter The Rev, K. H. Sturgls, pioneer every respsrt = t
MART ANDERSON.: by the cost of production plus a
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? quarter, The B. T. P U. .. growing the Beginners' Department The Beginners' missionary on the east coast .
MARY ANDERSON.: = .
110 In membership that It may soon be Department ha the personal ida, *I* visiting In Homeitead. Last I. = fair 'profit-large enough to reward a

loecessar' to erganla another union. supervision of Mr. J. T. Vann. | Sunday h* preached at the Baptist Fresh F...*. 1 worthy effort-,small enough to win an
Almost halt the union took special Toe W. M V,. "with tin. Church. His theme was "Cbrlathe
) But !3ar of Y
Pickarf inn. Jones (to grooeryman' t ever increasing patronag'o-"SS years
Audle. during the recent B. T. P. V. a* president, I* now ,Wisdom of Ood" perfects!
are
you sure your eggs .
Institute, and several made perfect freeht t 3Oroeeryraan knowing how.
I mark In their examination\ under (to clerk John are's,' I

f' Mrs Cooper and Mr. Drew GENERAL HAULING this morning1 egg cool enough to :S R. W. Rhodes...Rhodes Bldg.
TRANSFER AND
I \ Other officer of the union are: Alvin use yeti Bring some In fop Mr. 15 t

Campbell, vlce-preddenti Kathryn Price Reasonable'B. Jone*.-Exchange. :: 52 East Flagler Street
' Drew, secretary: :Mr*. Nellie Kuhn = i
secretary., Fred Kuhn. C. MURPHY -
t, .corresponding Miami Fla.
t' treasurer, : Mr*. W. T. :McConnell 11.1t..l1an PAo".. 1?4 Headquarters Homestead FlUlug Sts tic."' Advertise in The Leader' an ,

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I THE AVOCADO CITY ; ; Irregulars of $6.50 to$8.50 Values $5.85 .:" ,


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HURTLING( HOSPITABLE that you can depend upon for both style and wear-we suggest

I, HEALTIIY' that yousee.thepe before purchasing. Styles are plain and sport'I '
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W* are It the heart of the wonderful Redland section with four time
....'MIamt<< In fact, we are the back .country = Flannel
kr; = : a* much rich back country as ,, White Trousers '
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HOMESTEAD Is,a hunting; bustling growing, thriving town of about v

g. .oot population., ,. Values $ 19.5 +

', e .". 5' .:, '. ; ', HOMESTEAD the largest winter-tomato growing and shipping point. $25.00 and $35.00 Special
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"ii HOMESTEAD I* the center of an Important grove section grapefruit : In plain white $r white with stripes- ome of these are slightly ,

v J orange and tangerines-and Is. perhaps. the only section of the United soiled or. damaged ; .
.avocado may be successfully grown commercially. Some
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BATHING SUITS
MEN'S
= m..loul.ret_ are being realised from the avocado. Choice winter varie- GOLF HOSE

,5 tie have sold a* ilgh a* III per crate ef tl to II fruit. Single tree have and \t
$5.00 $6.00 (PO QQ
= yielded over I tot In one year Regular $2.00 j '
Values for DO.i/O $141,35
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t of fruit or vegetable land, first come to HOMES/TEAD You will Surely meet Light weight Hose in light and '
., 'sociable: ; satisfied, contented people from your own states dark colors what will need A good assortment of plain and
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.:\ g ,, '-, '* ...',-.,; HOMESTEAD'S! climate to 11.1,,,*. It I* probably le, degree warmer sT' Thursday afternoon. fancy colors, all sizes. ;.
> In winter and 1. hlfl'OM cooler In summer than point 100 miles further '_ '
( 5 i '.,1 :', 'r/ north. Bummer temperatures are ao higher than those ef New, England/th. t = Red Cross Golf Balls, '.1MEN'S )l t.;,
( v ,tltatee.,01' ef the Central State Vft have no oppVevIv* 01",1"e $1 00
' e i ft' : night Mlddl._ .N..hto..... always cool and comfortable. ; i't' Special, three for . . . ;;f t
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BROADCLOTH SHIRTS
\ ., 200 GENUINE ENGLISH V1In
I flt business to sell homes town t
: 1 Is groves, .
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1 and with collar band and collar attached ,
e ( lots, trucking lands and fruit lands, always tan, peach, crey white :

,: however working with but onepurpose: /f5M style a beautiful jacquard figures, $2.8',

", ':: ..' That you shall be satisfied, and that you receive 00 in all sizes-special. . . . .
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t 100 per cent of value for your invest :: 500 MEN'S MADRAS AND PERCALE SHIRTSOf

ARK for booklet but better than that lot.n.
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i' .i 131/2 to 17-a splendid value-special . . O !.
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$ ::: HOMESTEAD sallo Font = PAJAMAS
', :: 10 DOZEN PLAIN WHITE
'. HOMESTEAD tame rout
tQ :!/.J. ( ',of { with silk fastenings cut full
style frog
5. HOMESTEAD, want loaf & 5 Two-piece 1'95 ,

'l =- .." r: J" \, You .ri thtoklaggef s "inter kern,' *r perhaps a permanent'y.deaar "i and wU, give best of service-special . . . M

-= '. '," ,. ," ''" ,In Florida.,., Let It be JiOWJlTEADI\ 'v,, 8 :MEN'S UNION SUITS

: "j I' '" ,.f'/ \, 'p' How may I be' ot service to youT Ask an the Questions you llk_ Ii
\ I '' Athletic style down leg cut full no elasUc'to.break
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; ; ol ml11J IT'S THE GREATEST SALE IN YEARS (S o.t J61u ,

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t. Arid it's True to it's Name-no Woman with Clothes to buy should, Miss it. .:


It's a drastic absolute clearance, regardless of cost and loss. Thousands of dresses, .
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:\ suits, waists, skirts and coats to Be cleared and at almost} unbelievable savings, .

1\ 11 .".' Woman are amazed when they see the prices and realize the genuine sacrifices i iwe're i. \ '

r I ;.. making to unload this stock. Now's your chance, this your opportunity to ,/ I ;.

.Ii I buy the finest of Women's and Misses apparel at a fraction of real value. Look! : I .

'i\\ I( See! Compare in all! the south, there's no sale to compare with this stupendous f .

\ 'j .,t' event. Don't miss it. \ .
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r rf f; ., DRESSES SKIRTS WAISTS SWEATERS J .

Formerly to $7.50 Formerly to $7.50 Values to $7.50 .
: Formerly to $10 .
$3.75 $1.95 $2.95

f.. $3.75 Broken'lots,
\ New MilrU, till ..->ft'. miMliU., Yes, off i to $T 50 waists. are here "klweahrs-all colon beautiful plain ollp-on and
Myllllll Oil anUKina. BHNltlN.Ikrttnd white baronet skirts, illki lachnk nt only It.'S. Mot old Mflc fancy effect*! -e.11 fine quality s
SWIM** with woven dnU, and plAId., aim wool. either, but new. clever aIIIta of yarn and irmorly to f T.&0. If
.1. vollra. linens sod ImchnnM, MM In into lot. that fonmriy silks, vollm out ceurlUt"% orrr.bkNiM you anti airs to suit you, you'reanm -
:r., Q fifty cw more In the Jot, tormnrlyup 10'. up to $,.50. Bate price, *. Tliryll If> font, no be of a wonderful bargain. .."
'.t '. Q 0 to ,.u. Halo price now f a.JB. I holce.$3'a. arty Choice f I.(ft. Choir. 13'$. i;"



I'I''u.. J SALE NOW' 10 BIG SALE 1 >. s sb.


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: u _.. Women's Suits Great. $10.00., SALE .
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Formerly To $27.50 Values To 55.00If


1 mills anti muH some last fall tnoM, : .* a,'clt-an up of ,1.18 and ...nl_por. Salt In silk' e .
but all good Arrival. btt gratis maintain $14 75 t klianluiiK, fancy knit and harsh Wool only a few, bat
e the mart w..ude..r" valnr you"\e teen In .
(k why we atnmil rltlunn away: Cholra

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Mess anti 1'rk..I'nIIC'I.' styles., dark deaths onlyI'urnwrly 't'om / '1
t to ,:S1,W.1OT I i/ M"Oin ....... '
$18.75 CX>iTS
: a >-Tan In tliU If. 110 dale In silk sal
1 Choice ..... .___..._._M.---- Novelty niatrrlalu. nom .tang seats Im.lulled

1 4 alno at the five'away Price .-. ...?..... ......_...... $10 j'
Ik-auUfii1 .,aloof wilU. of fins 1'01"Twill.. I f
and .-"k.... moiU-U 5'\>"nerdy to $0750 $23.75 ( 'IRE $10 SALE are all (armeni from our own: Cork.
Choice ....... _.,._?, -'-.!..?' .jujuu., .. Some are slightly' soiled; former %aliie, wore $1000 '"
up to $5*. Come early for Uw bw I



OVER, ONE THOUSAND DRESSES AT AMAZING, PRICESDSESSES j



\ No room for descriptions or much talk; you just simply must see the Dresses themselves to realize what won

] derful bargains are to be had. Every one NEW this season-NOT SALE DRESSES, but our own regular ,DRESSESFormerly
i stock-Goldman's "Quality Frocks, the most fastidious of the season's models and all priced ut a fractionof
Formerly to $18.50 real value. to $27.50


$7.77 Woman' High Crude Women' and Misse Finer and Better $13.75

...|. stub are worth more titan SILK DRESSES SILK DRESSES SILK DRESSESMany \\onilirnil Kancalnm I IxqnlHlMfrnrk
1111.110. Vllk nrrwra. lli_ *. In silks, linens, organ )
volknewiw* f<> moOi-tn, fanrytrlnnntniKs For atrcr and uparf. w* rh t. Grnupc' EiqulKlte inoiMa for atrrrl and sport are one of a kin imxloln. Irfm m illra and Tolk-n, UHluilnl art

+ Trams areas aU bantam...dueS .anal IHMCfor fMm., $lt....of 0 many at choke klmhv-*_.Worth?.....,..........to..*..35.....awl.. to wear'II.> (thuk-, assortment. ... .fomprly..............tip_ for formerly every V-|> to M3.60.... Pick at. ...wit'_" ,valu_, .i.; all many uilora, one, all">f 111 a_kind The moili'li tints, ,
early ........... iMnlt be late. $17.75 $2. .75 $01.75 demise youve tltde $t.11. ey /.- J-pam. Choice tit.5$ : f


R. 1-----: NO, LIMIT TO THE PRICE CUTTING. EVERYTHING REDUCED ,. ." : \ I ... J
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) Sale to' $10.00 Millinery Bargains '
Y ou'll Find the Values Even Better Than Advertised. '

II 1ttalreeRP of nwlvkl tote whke (raw*!*, heavy nuttmnavMn

pNl'h'ya.in tin.. ado 11iotcIX hand. .. .draws. .. ....v.....-Un, *.|....use.. ,bl. ..-kK. .,. .tornnwrly ...-.. BRING THIS COUPON AND GET A This ik-pwrtmrnt to now under ear own samagrawot and
klmU, lor.mrvty JOG nut drprml spat not only wonderful -alnrIn
>T I Imlwlra hrauiirul spew$ wafcrta. of...all. ..._. ...,, $1.25 BUNGALOW APRON
-B to $18 to, rholre .. .. ... '"!' anuut Bat but the etnturt cnartenr aa turnkenos .
r It'i a wonderful offer bat cat out the eupon to
ret one. Women' Dunfido Aprons, of extra quality fing- ( of one E
irrmi high frado hat for strert' anti
Silk Waist Cleanup $2.75 sport
1 ham the better kind of aprons with fancy trimmings of'braid. wrefilmlml.. fear lntmUoro irawUnf. bale.In dark slake :a-
and novelties, full cut. all colon. Every ,I
A h> of a tad that .....1 *p w "'0. fisher Wabdti. "
of fhieMlra.w I Mvy*. THi-OHham. able hawkum. *p.Qlt n95All
: t*> ftccatomer. tJi far r liM ) > .
:: to Kmk-lK.be early The, rlmlre bnn will-. to- .fm-----_ ,. ...._.. *.75 P anh.ey.........4401,11..M/......wlt..t MM....... our. ftnt'et.d.n; ;; pauten.hatn;'(rum the fwenwsdtmars" ,
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Thin oft e' ..1 ant" Aunty rah / w M* mtuptJonii. '
UlTIU AaMirtrd hit of Wonu's'i MJt Mbwra'. Sport
Underwear .. .KJ I
Silk Bargains J Hat. ...... :
I souse nnKm-hM co =mob 1 > ...
de -hIM..tlhIII' (riMnMlironnrrly Only n ft-w, .'holre._..__ ,__............ **.JK"
One lot dainty crepes <
N.tJUl Sri MI *a all HhatkMV two (mat' kM. worth I 1'
a" rat : rhtobe la alt.t._ _..... .. _. S6.75 '''M( (.. at $..4ft awl SI u. ;.. v* ", sty ,'i n
U-T i-fcllfc step In*.e..nd ....*.... rhrmlMt ftirwrrly tn .
$5.50.; sow $3.9LSale

i Philippine Underwear t $12.50 and $15 Skirts $7.75 .

n.. "'* loIN...... ....... _l "'""'- ............. .-- M. 12 Fast Flatter St.nl Hs'h grade white sow aport alilrta. plate toad) $7.75fA

t.5.54.11........ ...htaattfwl-......... .-Mad-nawle. .. .-1. .- -.....Ivrwrt.-. -"- -9e '$5- pleased Ie !.Moilvki.... Perk tarMrrfy Wood Skana or *>now$15L*l Chokw.T*.
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BUILDING DEMANDS FORCE I Two Stores Rented I' \VORK TO BEGINONREMODEING Walker May Plan I MAY ADD NEW



Ii, ', LOCAL LOAN! ASSOCIATION1 la ,Building, Yet Completed Not) For,Machinery In Block Plant UNIT TO LOCAL


:< )t ', TO INCREASE CAPITALIZATION I OF LOCAL HOTEL Contest Aloe----- SCHOOL SYSTEM

., ,, ,. A readers dry good taaa-uMfrrlng to .** \
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,; .. a local grocery hate already en : taaa to ** -
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.. ,..f.I, ; Lots in Pinehurst spare la lbs thnw-Mor til. aid Remodeling ef the rtemestead Hotel the ha been boom making now. M.ttock ft*Wklkjhltp t>.* dill(,.* A new IMM 4t1Ir. of tb* threeHM l1aiai'

-Original $100,000 Almost steam kulMlar that Walker and the GCI..It11etI"n'% a coals ad- past three yeate. aaya -M* If thM Jkeep.en fypM 00 it the,bsmporary hem" !

Subscribed ; Officers to Selling Rapidly loot Users to-.trvotl"l the IM er Uie on Burnett and **I'. ditMj te It wHI be started thto week at 'Its pr4'* : t Xrol3a| tt-th'..!>1 m J$' manual training.
and buMliig
aetlvny k* w kw *. d e t no ttoineeteiad gramM
It J. W. Conner, eontracter of the Job
Ask $250,000 ary at th* corner of Krome and ..
--- put In all*" .. taMpiny (teasto 1w ry | WiUXJPHila hue been prope -
Fligler avenue. A tonal .<*rer will ran pi everything In readlnee to begin akf
Twintjr-al Ion in (h* pant _till ( I take care of .l*increased kintnam.Mr. .. CtiMt ... Fisher for
move Into the corner More of (hebuOdlir work Dr. H. .,hla.1, proprietor k* ...V.
: IN HALF YEAR la the **Jw ecord .Ilk the new t>lt>*- aad Max Lomer. a Tampa. of the hotel told a representative of Walker has mad about tt.M .UU.*. ,alter 4** late MM asJutot term
d RECORD bUM addition, opened up by 1. M.Flnlay merchant" will occupy the ml", '.I the Leader Monday.When .. block so far hits year, and he trill :fte *....ol.IMtel5rq jr. 9. C..ve*. t). H.
and K, L. Webeler. apace, using the front for dry ..... not be surprised It tile total neraber aa11Uvea! Arah Campiwii and & B.
Dr.
Recent purohaaeiw are: ( oualnca and the bark part fur dwelling Sehlegel's Improvementaare for Hi. year gee to JI.OO. UvtagMoa. ar* new og>aet4 n"f tile
:f ::,|$20,890 in Building Loans Ly narnea, Mr*. Old.nHrt..Joe quarter Several bid havebeen _."ted. Homestead will Stars a J. F. Vmphrey, who .to uses more ...
tl-room hotel, with convenient bathroom
? Made in Homestead Scarborough J. M. Cox (of the Gulf mad for th* runts: of th. tlW'4'' a meal contractor and builder owftod This unit would be 1oe ted' neap the I
1. State Furniture Co.), Tom Graves B. pace In the atom building but cone and running water throughout and operated the block manufacturing I present grammar ec'tool and when It
Since January 8. Paul Jim Fisher, Bob Olsen, Bob ha been accepted< yet, according to The else .f the hotel will be Increasedto plant up to tll.... year ate when k* becomes toe email for the Industrial
Mr. Walker. I, 71 tM'lI, 100 feet and the outside acid the equipment Mr. Walk-w) .
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Harris, C. R. Pearce. Q. If. Ledlow, T. work It could b* "".: for the grammar
Orfanede. and B. Campbell (of heBlnger All of the More In the building are' wall will b* sticcoed on every side. and moved to M'aml" to *ui>..rln".4 overflow
'f, A quarter of a million dollar I fa Maehlnt to bars receeeed. doorway, but the The Homestead Hotel baa been owned some big contracts that had IIMDaward.4 kchool
,1 the amount to which the Homestead Bowing 60.) middle .tor*--th* olla to b* occupiedby : him there. Mr. Walker ha i Thto three-room unit ttp ha
'Building and Loan Association I* gaIns Harold Sheffield, Homestead_ the dry good buirine*.- vlll have, and operated by Dr. Bchlegel forth owned and operated the work lino l bee a a-uocee* In Miami a.nda both
"t ; to increase It* authorised capitalwtlon !- trlcal contractor was the tint pur a doubt receaeed doorway. past tour yeara. H* Came to that time. pleasing. t* till eye and eomrortable" ,

,', }::( shortly, according to tta peas chaser ef a lot In the new addition. Th. front of the ttiree More are; Homestead from Galesburg, III., where Th. process used by Mr. Walker I I. Superintendent Fisher explained. "We
? ,. i''I/Went, t. H Matthews ,JoI,.. M.tthews He to holding It a* an Investment.' It to be entirely of plat glass Mr. : his had practiced dentistry for Uyean the dry tamp process The average have four mail units In Riverside and
., say that the original capltallaatlon of to understood. Cave *ay. that the bill for tbto. glare i but was forced to give up hie person might "tllrallnk that .... two la Duena Vista"
<.fnO.oot baa been about all bought When Mr Flnlay. return from Canada alone will amount to more than profession 01 account ot III health ment block are mad. by the same .;=",aaem
.' .u, by Investor In Homestead and In the near future he and Mr. 11,000. "1 snoa got my health back, after method by which concrete<< wall ere ,
Water settle
neighboring eomm nttl... Webster will plan extenelve development Strongly Ka-lnfotrnf.' I coming harV" mold he "but I bar mad*-'that to. by mixing send ,and a mas of concrete.

:f When we organised. the Building' tor their Joint holding The building to 10 feet long by Tl never been tempted to practice dentistry cement and water together matt a over them.
t feet wide. TOe tile walla, reinforced satisfactory watery mixture bait been:. Almost every month Ur. Bchtegelba ,
.,and Loan." ald Mr. Matthews w every twenty feet with concrete pllaalere agate made. then pouring It Into a mold; te dynamite the ro-k In the outlet ;
'r "thought that 1100,00 was capltallaa- are 11 feet high' capped wild a I Dr. Ichlegel aaya that h* has been But In making cemnt block a batch'' pool and bring' I* crash porous i
i '? tU>n enough to last u* a good longwhtle. HOMESTEAD: MAY\ GET I 15-Inch concrete girder around the putting three or four dollar Into toll of and and cement to mixed togetherand rock to fill' It. Hit present plait "will '
but here, hardly three year. SECOND perimeter of the building, gpanlah hotel every year for very dollar that moistened/ '\just enough lo Insure .
BLOCK PLANTClifton llmlnat this apenalvl proceJure.is
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afterward, we find ourselves confronted style stucco will be umd.. b. Ha* mad. that th blocky will "....t."
s ; '>a with th* tact that before long J. F. I'mphrey ha been advt.lng I This year t will put many time ( water win tO JnilneU. I through a
Hollywood Cave and pip. line that will allow ore ot the
w. will leave no more building and Meekln of wa Walker In the construction the usual amount Into Improvement
t tell." In Homestead the first! of the of their building, and he ha been engaged from the tank Into an excavation water to seep throuirh at the lumps
loan stock to part but I believe that next all will"bring
M to mipervlae/ the completing of made on !Jr. Rohlegnl't property In "lent that water dangeroui! if the
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mad 10 week Jill I
;, The local aaioclation bad considering the advisability the a season that will warrant every cent
Job. Chronlater and Plrre have back ef the Homestead Cat*. Porous health ot the conummlly T" the doctor '
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January
bullillng loan. sine locating a heN I "
/ power plant the atucco and plastering contractIt put Into the business now. C
ta IU book. It ha mad a for the manufacture of cement build. I. expected that the building will be l)r. Bdtlegel. expressed himself a* being rock from neighboring rock-pit are waa a kJ.
total 1 of It such loan sine It mad its tog block, completed by July II 1 well satisfied with the buslnew dumped ltte the xcnvntlon and these "No," rep1Ie Dr. Bchlegel "It I.

., ; first loan on April 11. 1121 11th.I ... that last season brought him. oak up the water from the tank said that thi septic process through
"''td I mew than two year ago The Homestead Hotel ha been However these rock lOOn low their which It pasae In the tank llnaOan \'.. {

,1 "Our loan during the last all FLORIDA CITY ALSO ACTIVEIN granted a permit to run a sewer pip porous quality and lUck together Ilk* dsngercu 11II llrlU..."
, d'months an outlay of $10l ,-
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building operation In
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., Homestead" said the president of Obi, BUILDING TIllS SUMMERThe I prevent property overflow to drain the water from the
pool out to the
..It Homestead and Loan Awoelation. >
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, ,Ii' glade land about three block .
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y ) / "We want to help Homestead -- .away.The PLASTERING IS MY BUSINESS
Model Land Co., ha ...
' 1 house formerly owned and .ntl4rI..bt
1 keep up.Its building" record I therefore oc I gelical meeting In Florida City, will I
eupleda Florida City by William of way through IU land directly rsa
for permission
f. w* are going to apply khortly be holding service In their new
to Increas our capltallaatlon," Jackson ha been fold to C C. Ha.1 house of _rahlp. I across the streot. In the rear of, the
Q a t.'' T. A. Collin., *f Medrllo one ot the I hell, of Miami. Mr. Haakell will have ; hotel and 11'0"oa the sewer line Call to see

l p' a 'director of the Building and Loan It repaired sad reflalahed ln..lrt. and ; M O. Tracy president of tote fcad will begin son.Thto .

i ', Association, commenting on -what Mr. out and then hold It for e.l. or rent. I County tee company and the Tracy sewer line has been made '

,Matthew said about the necessity for Lumber oompaoy, aid hie. family have neceesary, Dr. Bchlegel I said, by the E. C. CHRONISTER 4 '
. : Increasing the Loan association' capital In another month W 0. Phutt. of moved Into their attractive new bungalow *1 I fact that during the tourist Mason

,.' i! :f. added: Florida City will have the /Inild of hi. on west Palm avenue, 1 1.104 gallons of water dally run from P. 0. Box 512.: Homestead., Florida '
i "Th.,. I* enough Idle money south bungalow at the corner of Tenth andC. The Tracy bungalow I I. set In the the hotel Into the septic tank. At .
Invested here to enable Mr. Shutt ha worked tlrelely center of lot. I: present the ,
.of Goulds. If a five acre Them five surplus water I* drain*!

t I, us 4* mk. a loan every. week of tits on hi* property to make It one of acre will b* planted with a variety ot ____. u_____ _
f. Florida City'* beauty I
apots. -
'Je.,.**, trees shrub and flowers, .
.,.. .'. Solving his Problem dx'Mla A broad driveway, the entranc* t* i I. .
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,. :ntr l1 i erdf a'6"1..t"1t"Jla.tr. iad s : "xn -11 1 11! 1h' whlrms to ; "'r.; :
(ary"and treasurer ef the Homestead yard about her home In Florida City running an a trellh supported: ,," ', \ "

Building\ and Loan membership la .beautified. Blooming tree and plant. by two massive stuccoed colnnina, a

,.' such loa association I* divided Into will surround .phi house, and grime lead toward, the house, but "t9"
-' two class?*, designated saving mem will b* planted Miss Lochrle who Is arriving there divides Into two> branch I Iea '
Lars and borrowing member principal of the Larkln school will one of which goes around the Dade County Telephone Co. '
i' I "The former (the saving members)" not get to enjoy much 01 her n.w house on the right hand side and fh*

V aldJUf) Ball, "IIM th* association asa planting, u most of her time I II spent other on the left, meeting at tho rear ,
place where they may deposit fromtime away from hums but b..,t>arnie, who and becoming one road the rest of ,. \ .'
to time such sums as they ar* .N pioneer resident* of Florida City, the way to a three ear garCge. II | '

'/ .bll to spare. from their wag** salary arc preparing to ..t'their full mea I The new bungalow has six room HOMESTEAD, FLORIDA t -rM
.r thr Income, The borrowing mom ure ef enjoyment out of the Improve. and bath Servants' quartan ar* provided -
ben us* (.be aasoclatlon a* a place I menu la a part of' the big garage J I
borrow fund for I
where they can
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.,, tun In buying building or repairing a, I Among the1 building recently" com.pleud DID YOU EVBR STOP TO THINK*I II 'The Farthest South Telephone Company on the Mainland of the) .
: home or for other \useful purposes '
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and at the same time repay their .In Florida City are a three I THAT the city that gel the) publicity United States ,
''loan systtmatlcally with their sav I room bungalow, and a th.....- ar gai.rep geu she bualneea .. I !-I.': \1, .

inga with apartments aiiove, o..n.d THAT the city that gU the adverttelng -' Jv.. '
: and built by H. t. Breckett This I ,
<: ""The aim and purpose of a building grow I
association 1* to aid an4 encourage I property fronu on Elghtlf street, as THAT advertising. a city I* a busi-I '
thrift I do*. Mr. Bracken's den dwelling The ness not child'. play. I A '. '
-ilts member to learn to practice Our Motto t '
,ty regular ystmatlo saving, and new bungalow has been rented ta ,Mr. THAT people will go mile* to '....l : i
(;; and Mra-Blrd. o( Hnmcuead.Fred to nice elty to trade. '. |
which a good
"o way and means by oj''
provide; o.'f
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Service :
and Courtesy Always. 1
t;, every family may procure a home. Afjrented r-- THAT your property will IncreaseIn
when the world .. .
outside
value '
Can never "
house or apartment I
Brocket, brother
11 of the !of >fA. !Know. your city to wide awake., :t' { .
} jfte O' borne In the true senor P. CUBten( of 'riorMa, :City, |p ).. -
I! 'r' JJ ordj", concluded 11s.. Ball. alai to build a koue.* ills< t\i rage neittaeacoa ;' WHAT people from neighboring ,
some
clues will com where there I* j .
on Tenth street |loot In' the
Local laauuu (1'41.

,*' .$ut, H ttier the local: Odd Fellow. ball a re.arof: thjdrlClntonr *Dropr/ty. :which .thing"THAT doing.the city which doe pot seek 2 I We furnish telephone service to the following\ towns
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'didn'taveany fronts, Oft? avenue, )tr. ]rocktti "
when they
.' ill !CIt their own something better than It now hasjlsl
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i' visited" hie sister and Ur. Clinton
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\: money In the treasury, wa loot eaaon, plan to retake bis borne going to 1 lo** out ) B .on the Towel east coast of Florida: Homestead Florida

.. 'eletfl by F R, Webster. )dr. Weber In Flori THAT now to the time your city "" '1 ,'11, ,1;..
Vhe 'to an Odd Fellow, ha been Pltu11J r and buslnsse need advertising more : City Redlancfs Silver Palm. Modello Naranja Prince "
?... director In the Homestead Building than ever before.THAT ,

e W ... if nd )+oa* Association almost from the. 1 I Construction of a chffrjh building If you don't get out anofgo ton Black Point Could Peters Perrine Benson and .
, it Ltlme tt started formed plan wh...- 1 for the $'res Ufttodlsu Jot Florida after the outside trade, ac01l. ,

't, r" t l., (Individual. member/ th. Odd I I City to 'progressing steadily The boring city wilL f| net-' Kendal. .

ell,," lodge subscribed for stock framework up and the :tebf to on. THAT If they do, they, will) '
t 0> the amount of ".GOO, and the toI"'h" It to s.paced\ %ka\!th*congregation, eI.ou should pL-Lake .
:Z e with M,. Webster' stock, '....,.nt Votfanlao> at s series of evan .....d.'. : .1 11 ,.f .IJ ./ ,
; its assigned ever for the pur- IJt. ,eOQur s t Jt1. v $ () r.2 Quairrifls'jf f ternary. 5
..* borrowed by tho lodge a* a

r-, ., t We operate 380 telephones in this territory. : ,
'. Webeter who I II a retired eonr ,1
A built the halt, and when! 'Itt

l n/.hed the Qdd FelloWi moved : fAMES This. mmer we plan t9dquble l our.: toll circuits to Miami ;
i<<-lr/ new bom e* the wcOnd : H. FISHER;; S
and rented the first floor lorI
for the also !
eeno b to meet the pa,1..1I1I111 their I to care coming wilnterbusiness.i SI plan ,I
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.,I: a0.I ."r a. ,e....i.to r'.' 4i,1 lro'ap' "iJ t ti I'. M all: g f.l{ A 1 1. I '., V'' ':<1 i I to build 2o!( miles more of' rural lines to carfft$: ; the everincreasmgjdeniariaVfol 1
11Yason'Contractor I
she has lust a little bit of
. \N on.".. longed, W f ro4 trei""sfit ''111'.1: : ;} : : i i 'i tBRICK .-. :i J seriice.:'>ItvH'6ur dire to keep 9{ f

'I,1'.1. trt bonding. a shack and renting... "... : I IH ahead of demand and furnish service to'a '"cis t
,: Iel n building ahack' aid r ,. { '" I. r' me to f : 1 as their f
p'. r Mind the buiWHirartrf'lAluBwc1a' ST H i
'" 08 i-Ml. match awry dollar the apaf "iNE.mllfl'TIERKt needs redJ1re. I.F; 1

, birs ean produce and m..k* him a ,. I Ien H7 a' t '.ftir:: "; J j hgj"J "

11 (hal will ,1Ia.bM him te Oat *p '
r ci or buslaew hou*, that will We strive to do build South Dade* '
; our to help
... \ part ,

i 'r" :. B.QoI1Ht" a.y't'i J'f )"" J, u.uJ$t('HeJ.L '" (: L. t W ttc "" &..r..uf '\ he i iP county and. make.itJa'more.. -lesiirablejplace inwlvcbto\\; .

.... Mrj W.but.i.a d 't'.t'k ta owed Brick House Fisher Signs P 1"1ht ". ... ", .,. : : .. .. 7 .1 ,ftjpiaV' ,
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passed the stag whip any aid :
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('k**<-lied" together building would east- ; o0jrMiller r on ;ivi :, ('.. ": .
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.l", r,mme1 U stay." be stated. "BaiMlagfttr I f t'lf.tr'to
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: '.**M th* object. *f $.... kenekmUdtfaad ..- .. ... .'".. .. .er\ ,
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: FffiTIIJM FACTORY WILL BE :: Crow To Occupy .lire "


Brody's New House "',.

I OPERATING WIT iN SIXTY DAYS, On Pine Avenue


SAY OFFICERS OF NEW COMPANY 3.

Mr and Mr. W Clop at tt*
-- eenlnole Pknrauwy an preparing t*>

Will Bt Located on Paeidng Tibbils to Move I '- w 1M benellew jest

I esaeweted by w. M .".... at th* Electrical Contracting s
Howe Srto Near the 'Into-New Home oerar at Pin avenue sad Church .

,; aUpadd ', First Meet, The bungalow I* II K 14 feet
By July
with nine-fool Krnd-M porches at
tits front and roar There are a\JI
DIREOTORS'SELEcr.ED -
: room and bath.
8. ,k, 'TlbWt wW fcavvompleted *
., Mom tllo'I npJ.. M b* occupied i
i i..Vy l.-eet trams bungalow on Fin
Almost by Jr,. aid Hra Crew U a fn... etruotar -
Board .la Made Up lit.... wear Krom M a couple of
*. It wa painted a* tail a* tt wa
Entirely of Local : weeks ad b* oapacta la b* lining ton
put *p. carpenter. and painter Bn-
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by July t Tlbblu plan t* toneH '
r Men Inked work at the pane time w.. r. 1
his seat rednra Into M
pr
rr A. Robertson of Ftori4a City. who
apartment fcu**. Ho will rent It out [rTHAT' MY BUSINESS 1
wa In charge of th*> construction,
Machinery fet tbs ...-MI. f... just M It to seat fall and later he will
established ..... aid that painting the lumber beforethe ,
turner plant to b by add another try and make'a four
rain and sea had a chance at It,
the Florida Onset p.rtlltrer Cora- ,
Eaet .
ipartnent" hour out of the old dwell .
Honvtatead tad eliminated the probetblllty of bar.
pany will) be hipped t*
tomorrow. and construction of a cult ftMr. Tlbblu/ new bungalow will have Ins.Joint originally tight open from
dIG building to house the plant will en* fourth to Uin-lf hth* of an Inch
four ream and a bath In *vryrom Y
+t 1 begin abortly' This ntatfiMnt wu At the rear of th* house I* a two. r
there I Ia a bulls-is closet and U rRs
ghee out early this week by BonMorrle. oar garage Thl* will shelter the Crow
the dining room there U a email pan
who I III a director la We newly. car and the car of the family that When
It will have
t" also an *lfht foot '
you
{ rrnld company Mr Morris said will real another house that Mr ; ,
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etwtnvd In porch. At the rear .f the 4
that the company expects to bo _1111- Drody I* going to shave put up next
rouse there lea garage. part of which
fearing" fertiliser aad detnlfbinrinMher door to the one just oempletod. The
ha been divided off for a laundrywher ; '
within tb, next <0 day*. foundation block' for this additional have ELECTRICAL work
an electric washing outfit will
The nsw plant will b* located es house, are already In place, and workon
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be Illetal'' A power ump In the ,
th* property that ha ba occupiedby It will bests Monday I
back yard will supply th* house with
the Horn and Horton FacklnfJlcue

i "Thl' *. location will provide efficient running water.MAIN I. R. Matthews Has to do I am at '

aetomodaUon for our plant," Mr yourservice ;;
AYE. GETS House
Monte 141... "The property front on EquippedIn

the Olil Highway, and a platform at, h

tile reap intends to within. loading THREE STORESNEXT Modern StyleI. {

dlvianc of the raflroaVt"Th .
which the local (or.
counties
thieve factory will endeavor to turn I TO P.O. R Matthew. formerly. tt local

I... Pad, Monroe, Broward, and PalmBeech I real estate man and tlll president of
the Homestead Bulldlnf and Loan ADo

M .r':4.: : president, and promoter .1 Coconut Grove Winter ItesF oclatlon, cam to town, Friday from v
will Iweetwater to do "a weeki work In
of the new company wow
dent Is
t$ Homrttead and make Ibis town hit Owner of the en* day." a* b* exprewed It Mr MaUthew JOB '. '
WITH THE KIND OF A
future home, At prevent Mr. Alford 17,600 Structure ha handed la hU resignation to .- ; h ;

I* In Kentucky disposing .t bus prop. th* board of director of the Building I ,\

rely then *o that Ire may move kr "t three-etory building. next the and Loan but. It ha not been acted,. .' THAT WILL SATISFY YOU t. .,
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at an early date. office will be upon yet.gweotwater .
pot completed by July 1" ..
The board of director of the Florida It, O. L. Do......, of Kkranja, eon I II the 10tO-aer tract" t J '1. ",.tt > ' / \ '< .". y
Kept Coat rwrtlHr Company to about a doien mile from Miami on I'' ,I'
taetgtq chart Of. its construction, I ,
mad up "lmOll.Itlrolt of beat men, told the Tamlaml canal which Mr. 'Mat. I' \' '
a NpreMOtatlv of
and the* men. Mr Morris eay*. are Ibis. weekLOrkobe. The leader thew and W, U; Goodwin, of Miami .Hi, 'tfl'1il, f' .;. ,,::/<. ,.
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t determined that }omt4 a..1 the LO. of Cgronuf i trove. ;}n tr* dereloplnf Ill,. Mttthew says :; ."
urroundlnf usounlry shill noelv anon kavlnjr th* tulljlnf'oonetruc ed but that they have purchased a Fordwn '
...r' with a minimum tractor and are going to build road
frUll
cM a* its spends. III. *uramrln Ithaoa a,
ot difficulty and ...*. 1(. Too he could not lie reached fpr and prepare the land at (weetwaterfor Sheffield'
The officer and dlrectom of the Information a* to the future oecu extenalv cultivation next fall. W. H. .
new company are M follow ; pan*> of his store ,Mr. Matthew and his family rid 4''
{r 11. C. Alford. president. Thoma B.Kuttall Th coot of the building will b* rood-bye toHometed ..".ral week

secretes y sad (rescuers $ .lttk Hollow UK, reinforced with ago. and moved to Iweetwater to take
UenJ. W. Morrl,. dlrectorf Q,,:W. concrete girders. and' pllaiter I* the poeeeealon of their new dt-room Homestead and Florida City, Fla. Phone, i O-4 j
Moody, director M a Wmmen. MToctor material being _... The front and bungalow whloh M,. Matthew bad ,7:

rear of the building will b* etuocoed built aoeordlnf to his own plan Th.

and the Sides water.pitooftd. Tb house li equipped with plumbing Nit ,\

orkhJStartedOn Inside walls and telling will b* plaa- an aeetyle lighting *)'01.....
'Y t8l"Od. JaI1I1.t the three stone will Until a new president ta elected, )(f. I

,., IImhonEssexI be M fealwtd" The whole building Matthew will endeavor to take ear
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of th. and Loan Aieoclatloabultie '. -- t
(gas II feet wide by tt feet tone Building -
by ependlnf one day each -------
Garage BuildingWork week In lomeetad for that purpoo
Gidlof Is Building

harry Wolf. of Redland. I* build
en the cement block<< garage Modern
Plutnbing In f an addition to Ma father how
and sales) building that will house
tits local agency of tbs Hudson and ShOp on KromeA en'th* Rediand Hoed. The addition 'I
will consist *f two room and two
++ Fees Motor Car Co, ha been underway .
ereened la porches, na a* soon ae It
for a reek I B. Dart. I* fear Make Your Housework''I
plumbing I II completed Mr and hire. Wolf wllmov
Int the building constructed and J. modem .tablt.hmnt.
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Wl Conner Into It t* b* with Wolfe'l
I Ia the oontractor with More room, display a-lndowi
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father. W. Wolfe.
4 Tie site of the (ariMr* building and workMop I* what Fred Oldlof of

almoM directly opposite the Horn Homeitead. I. building at the *et
e stead poet office, and Gordon Thomp. lie of Krom avenue, four buockl Contraction of .torag tank, a

} lIOn, the local Hudson and Ceeex north of the pest orrio Th* cement warehouse and office building for the .
f dealer\< mayO; that its believe. there \.\f block etrurtur will be two itorieihl Texas Compaty I* O\p4IGt.d to befln Pleasure '
not a better location in town. .."h. and Mr Oldlof and him. famlll within the next six month The Tex. a
4 1 Th. building will b* |. feet wide will occupy tits aeoond Boor ae a reel- aco orfanlxatlon. wa framed a permitby :
by W feet V>n.. 'The how room and den"* temporarily It will tare all tile city council lat week to do _

MI.). office will *tend the full width ,room and bath. MA Oldlof and Xt this electing on the property formerly l
a el th* building In front and wlU,tak* luUo4ln* Ute .*..NOt"" owned. by B. M. AlMbrook, adjoining 01'
up forty feel of th* ....1Ith. The frontmill work. the Redtand' Citrus Oro..,. Awocla- NO MORE. HOUSEHOLD DRUDGERY IF YOU LET ., <
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\ lie entirely of plat flee, A model Mr Oldtcf beflevee that the time U lion packing houee. '"

.f each *f the make of ear bandied' not far off when Homestead. will demand < ELECTRICITY BO YOUR WORK' t"
by Mr 'Thompeon will lie continually a ,llImbl.. .(hop equal t* *n{ July first will see the completion of .
.n dlcplayTh A Miami led k* tarn" he I* preparingto th* Ipaileh style minors. bungalow
If tout. *f garage space will be supply that demand .la every .... which. J. r Vnphrvy II.* ctlnf for :

devoted to Hudson and Beee ...'....,. ..... Mr and Lvelnd near Roe street Washing Machines :1
Oentral auto repair. work will not w their Boulevard addition. Th

1 b* peclally aoltclted. Mr. Thompson stead from ....... Florida. Atprat bungalow .has five room and bath and '

ergs, but *. work .f thl kind will b* I* making the old Turn. a _.e4.In porch In front Chnnbv 'Vacuum
lit turned dew. age tara** b"I1"'.. tmpmry _.uar.ter tar riri have the stucco and Cleaners 1

Gordon Thompson, cam t* Home- for hie annoy and **rvtc*tatlon plastering contract. "


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Purchase your electrical appliances from electrical ,


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Mil Supplier' g all electrical appliances. "

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j 'iMng there ulnoo. ..four year* ...,.,. Ueorve CM <"li" (coil nn aaeurtmentthat 1litlew Ak............ i MjliiK bt/.I hr hack Ht 9 o'oloek. andthen
REDLAND FOLK TEMPT MIAMI accompanied by HrMtnt InalDiInt, Mantor l bean I .. .. "
,1411" to often pole "1.tlM. I* the m.*t ahacnttiilndulohp flndlmt h<> d l"re tl a HUMthing
J JiunhtiT, MlM Kmma! Ber- raIIII".rrull\ )wlll. i, I office,
pnorelifxl I veer mm," rro r 1(cj a club we t hack to hi* tealthe I
9 MARKET PATRONS WITH PRODUCTS : nrrkwr oraneeHOIM men te a fallow nMirnber."What : mitir-v u' HIP ,1 leui aftd l Fit itown
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1 Tim tlci-.i.k.rw ha.a : -&er. Kendal salruuan. k.. bvaa doing now." Inquired on l Ineulm toa.lt until It'rngrveelvo o'clu .."
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:. OF FARM t GROVE AND HOME I moor, grapefruit and ."onut_ They I Only one man, from K"ndal l illaplajred "Win the WIll otter M ralac he thought ----.- ..-- I
also raise. tawMfem and other truck farm pradurla. H* ..... T. Har- h..-d left M*MM4i at hogs, and then Ftowl .........'.*. :
j prodovt Mf*. Berneefcer enjoy net, who I've live ntlloe west of tttatlawn. lie took It.oat .* *M U In had ...., Ptr (wail menu): ChlrMw CW*> '1,
; Rose Apples, Ouav", Mangow, Jellies* Cftkea, Vegetabi, oftmlat t. the ...&... ....%. ** eke Me .... baa* at tkjut Maud to Bit peek aM dot It." MMI ski I.,, waiter, what part !
tv ChickeM All These and More Displayed sec* "f. atoioofc In the. aiornln I* raw January .pUWng ba t. one.epa That kMt ae lied atM MIa aaana*' of a n *n to sWOly 161 M .. SP.t1. oaks ourtleel. eel ehlohkaf, Moatly ..sa." .., .
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ywlilrf
? hen refatal> tr. "a* tie Uaw k* l TM part that1 left *arMAKE
: at CotitaMetropolis ._. ..... .., ." TtMto MKM la onMr he .x.MM<.. .. 1, left hH aBP so< put a N %,.j t_ """'" ., :
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; E. I* DAVIS DISPLAYS A MONSTER CITRON *. Ward Hcl!* aatry. -j f.
l. Am eeg*. pataEpe awalu \. \ ',t tf.iJ
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era Ward's Pastry Gets Eager Patronage? Mrs-OaW: etaed tit CM city tnarkj| j Mr*, Wand. -" \
; Boston Brown Bread Sell Fast a Re .......... -- pace I: ,: i
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by o. 4 *.ly by dtplCplog a.w .11: : \
';..,., \ at Popular Market; Center white 1MX temped **. petteot anthalal. "
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., she Ml ....I food oak, wet '
;. s .j mil part of the county I* bIag oranc" arc on their last legal They cake, mall eaka and bread and will HoME
ah I' '. represented aa well a* any ether MO- brine bet_ 40 and 10 cnt a ell other naatrlo. later.Orayefralt :1:1A
,Uon at the Miami city market thltcummer. d_". Citron sells fast I had from the J. tl. Korean YOUR
one that weighed tl pound and they' place brought 10 Crete a itoan last :
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I R ? Pom. of Ut Jutland and Home- usually welch It or 11 pound Am week.Mr.
f)' stead grower know their product evlllng okra at 1* oenta a pound." i (tekr*' Mr l-opular.
.onl on Saturday, but Mm are there Mr. and Mr*. Davis cam to Red-I Resides Mlllne eggs Mr. Oaerto Bettei\Place, ,in Which to Live A"w '
,w. for the early\ Tueday and Thursday land a year ago from Canada and are Oak. If f Redland I Ure trade W per I
crowd also living an their o-acre Fact which In- Und by displaying beaatUul jellle. r'I" I ,
Bow apple and guavas were rludra a laor* "01"'. made of grapefruit, wane**. Hue ap
>twine told\ at 11 c nt. a bullet at the "We like Redlanda floe, and expectto pie' ad euava*. Mel BoeMn brown .
i,aland operated by Mr. and Mr. E. L. live hire always," Mr. Davis ." bread goes like ehaln' llghtnlnr .;_ ,<1!,
DavU ae Redland.Product Hat "Kveryene _m_ to want &" 11... ,,,' ,\
> Bell Well. Mr*. $*rnk..* Attend 6ke* said IB reply I* a tu.adon I,
"M. if people IIlta the rose applet." 'M.... F. Bernitcker a' Redland attend m.06111"k.d about ... 8h.patio! )>a.. .
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;" ':Me fcavl *ald. but J'* ''*''* we wU the tnarket on Saturday .now. (keen I* and *..'loaraa af thb brad To estimate t accurately the trend of public taste,
our frier. quicker than anything a'!'*. although she take her product there every Batarday during the aeawta
They brine between 10 and 10 oenU a three day. .>In the week during the Mr*. Ooorire Ott Atlrmbl. _. and to meet that-'ever-changing desire withhonestlybuilt ;
pound. We itlll have some arang she I* en* of the old-timer Larklni wa represented by a number
; :,\ 4o bring to the market, but the, at l lie market. Havingbeen eelllngeawn. of perwvt one of them being MM.. : fairlyt-priced furniture this, we "
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IMPROVEMENTS ADD TO THE VALUE OF YOUR HOME = '
, ;} ;;. f;,. i., ,Portland! Cement t. '. .' ,',IY. ,Pure SPis lfurpentine' 'E. M. Trimble Kiddie Koops '. :,' ,. TOTALS ARE STAGGERINGEACH ..

.- ; .' ,,-., ,. ,Atlas Cement Dry Pautift&nd Colors Hotpoint Electric Appliances /

SUPPOSE you planned to buy a residence and ,.', : .'. "Acme Plaster r '\Sherwin r -Will YEA ARI\ House Paints General Electric Stoves and Ranges YEAR in the United States and Canadawe I

on going out with the owner to look ,it over you I. . > bum build homes fora
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found the doors swinging crazily and sagging, a ', Ohio Finish Lime : Sherwin-Wdhams Roof Paints Goodyear Tires and Tubes ... .. up
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city million people. Fire takes
rough, rocky walk from the porch to the gate, I '' Washed Sand Sherwin-Will ms Varnishes, i' Goodyear Belting. a an t I
annual toll of human life that is startling and in
I and an air of gloom, negledl t and "What's-the-' Ojus Rock Win Glass Bath Tubs and Supplies ,
1921 our fire loss amounted to the
use" the whole Common Red Brick Galvanized Pipe on property I.., J .
pervading place. '
,< Face, Brick : Sewer Pipe A, staggering total of one-half billion dollars
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WOULD the value of that property go up or Beaver. Board BUY B IT IN HOMESTEAD"Your ''Ierra" -Cotta TileSimonds Pipe 3 BUILDING for safety is a practice that we have .
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: and brightening up would turn it into a delightful i Florida Lumber r Comes back'fto here Kelly Y Axes ,' they lack the protection of city fire-fighting apparatus :"}

I old homestead. Wire Nails you Plumb: Axes s' and their risk is naturally greater. :.
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IT IS WISE to remember that every dollar you spend f for r = Barbed Wire- 1 : 1'1'C White t Enamel Ware F BE PREPARED against fire on your farm. Build '. t tI
improvements' at home adds many dollars to the value of /
your property. You may not think of selling-very likely C poultry\Wire ,'i..I.. ,'; \': '" tf ", Kitchen Ware&& ,, 'i I I with concrete' and tile, and dependable conCrete I 1
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want to enjoy right now. '. ""ftfK$ ." "the standard which all other makes r j jmeasQred.
. you New Jersey Copper Screen Wire \", /' Disstons 9tp",,'Saws, ..'{ China and Glass Ware ;1 ; I by are. W,

!. i Roberts<,? $' Sash and Doors ,I'' Stank ell Planes I Duro) 'Water Systems I I .
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PERHAPS you need new fencing, or better still, a retaining ": : '
Fence Posts: Weiss Scissors! and Shears Avery Plows
? wall of permanent concrete; some paint to freshen up those YOU
:,y worn spots; an attractive little fountain or pool on the lawn, '" Concrete Steel., White FrS? frigerators Butcher & Gibbs Plows and Harrows WHATEVER PLAN TO BUILD THIS

: the kind that can easily be made of .pure Portland Cement i Drill Steel i White Progress s'!Refrigerators! Metal Oliver,Plows and Harrows YEAR GET OUR FIGURES FIRST.
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And'the Ranch for Small Farms. '
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Beautiful' nwdexnu d'ecqbuid;' .n \) be ,completed,tfor .. And the Hialeah Apartment' ij tel fc;.\completed and equipped\ ":
\ 'next taIL. Jfi 'ht:1\ ( : ''I and open for business.Community y .;('
church building, for use of,all the people-the first These are just anew, of the Jmpr2vem ts.. .: *' t. ;;. ;A
unit of a handsome. l ture to be ready for use by midsummer. ; f .
A good place for our'perm' ent investment, and there is a positive
Additional beautification of the public parks and construction of advantage in buying now. )
more streets. .
The Hialeah post office has Just been equipped with 100 more -
Tropical Radio-Telegraph Station to be built this year. lock boxes. because they are needed. r
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THE CURTISS. : 56 W. Flagler Street I ,
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customers and it will insure you a beautiful design, well lighted.. ventilated -.Er!. ',
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) Just drop; in, the next time' you: are:dow Jpwa and 522 .this_ wonderfuls.l : !s.:; .

': displayed: ; ask dqr< fujtjier\ information.: { Now i is the time ,to plan for;, :: !

i i&& k your fall building. Enjoy a comfortable home of your own, this winter.ttt' :. S '
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TO METROPOLITAN ATMOSPHERE Closed Autos"The Are You To Build? I

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/u Automobile Co. .......... Th.' pabllcIt
.' ; : $tore to Iiwtall New Departments Psychologist May ---I buytftt oar for vtIftt,. that whoa a
,i and Increase type of ear I* .discovered whtah .ti useful
Settle in HomesteadJudge : to a WIT treat.proportion of \motorist
r Stock I *, It put, one-purpose ear out Do You Expect] To Repairor
: William. A. roster, lecturer i of the rnnnlnt
; ,DOING OW' ERECTING and psyehologtat, drove down to! The Natloaal Automobile Cham- '
Hometea4 her of Commerce bee just omplt4 a Home?
SuRdar lie wM- oeom. Refurnish Your
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'1' pooled by Moe. Footer Mr, and Mr. questionnaire which It addressed to ,
, t J. U. Free Estimates Total C. Meekln and Ulna Helen ...ltln-.,i 10,00 motorists.. It discovered that
" Cost of Building Judge Footer cam to Homestead In It per' oent of there express.il a def.
1111 to make Inlt preference for enclosed rare.Can
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High School commencement -
jJ at $25,000J addreee. and h* says h* are wanted which are useful If you are in the market for Building Material of any kind, such as
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j ---- can hardly reooralm, the Homeatead wry dT In our
. ut 1U at of that Urn In the city of today, M* belief that more than 10 per oust oflltl ,
,?1 the d'd'p; :: :t of the and his family an vary favorably la. buyers will prefer enoloied ear, ..
: _o.o" concrete and til* building pressed, and h* say th..t they plan and that the trend toward this' type WINDOWS, DOORS FINISHING HARDWAtlE. ,
toat he It constructing on the prop. la the near future to mak their' homo will grow rapidly VARNISHES
j ortJ adjoining- hit present store here. At present they art Uvlnr In "Our two Couches have low been PAINTS, SCREENINGS r
1 I, Mr Free 1(4 doing hit own oontractInf. Miami s ,pn the market a ,.,. The"voleell .
,, :;1. and he state that the beat of Judge Prater remember very plea \ approved by a dtsorlratnAtlnf and
building material 1* bAng wed IK antly hU former visit here."I highly competitive market In the
durable and economical.
Ultimate that the building will Cost would Ilk to hare a little grove world Their usefulness almostuniversal You will want the Products that are
" him about IIS.000. ot bearing tree doe to Homestead" and we'have every reason
The tint story I I. ot poured concrete he Mid, "and X think I would be content to believe that thy will eonUnue trom..t Our long experience and knowledge of the best in Building ,
, $ vend" the second story of til* blocks. to stay there the remainder of the approval of the motoring "

l','"' ..:' ';',t Th>y*Tl new feet etore wide will. The be It.cond feet story long mjr days." public." Materials 'enables us to make a selection that gives

w/ Mil b* rented for offlcet and a pool .
,,, room. A B. Farrel. who oonducU COMPLETE SATISFACTION.
the pool room la the present Free
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Rt the second floor of the new building ,

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:' windows, will b* a featur* of th* en SPEAKING OF Better Homes ruinous Florida
francs of the new store. The storefront and lasting protection against the effects ofJ
similar to that of the Sewell NOTICE THE Lighting Equipment '
store In Miami will b* ono of the beet rains and sun.
\ tl In all of Dade county. THE BETTER it is the .. I
A complete line of furniture to ont ".. HARDWARE -
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Installed by the Free, .
1. the building 1* ready enl1.pan for occupancy when THE HOUSE of Pullen-Lo11 -" A careful builder is particular about the Hardware. It must be as permanent .

"The stock of good and furnishing to. as the building itself. Our Hardware and Building:Materials are Be
be carried will be worth around ISO IS ESPECIALLY interestedIN
$00, according to E H. Brandenburg. lected for endurance at moderate cost. '1'
'who, beside being manager of thetore BETTER Electrical Equipment
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1? Uprtl IT. 1011.Commenting, .
,t, g.f on the Free building THE BENEFIT of their .
;'; ; 'Activity, a local resident was heard ; I r Housekeepers who appreciate beautiful China Ware, serviceable cooking ,
I Jito'first-class remark Homestead bas four EXPERIENCE IS yours for''' J utensils'and Oneida Community Silverware, will be especially interested in
department otOrN. and
JI I :..T.ry now and then one of them doei'rfbmethlhg THE ASKING Let them our new ,designs with the assurance that their Dollar will do double duty herein
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I House Furnishing TJepartment.RaileyMilam .
rky' llo feel an Increased Interest and HELP YOU plan anELECTRICALLY our
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man blacksmith shop and will rant Itt Company"A .
i the Homestead Fish Market. A. M.
'r r Bkaftlncton, proprietor of the fishjnarket Complete Electrical Service" .1 27-39 West Flagler Street; Miami,, Fla. .. '*" a r
says that h* will move hU
business from It. present location on Phone 3186"Miami's
Flagler treat to the new building 64 West Flagler Street, Miami, Florida "
Foremost For Materials.
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CANNED GRAPEFRUIT \WILL BE I house ned fruit to how are being in two distributed of the .Isrentt trout National

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II cMlM .. the central west tfcle 11 mmM4
} OF TREMENDOUS HELP TO GRO\pS\ Mr Morrttl..... TAM. oanvw'
will !put It before the howewtt Danesound Complete Protection
-- will b* ... Set of the Florida ,
pique Bxchang factories. to can .
r :.< ,Miami Factory Just Completed th. majority poor In appearance, we grapefruit, elao* It ,matui... earllkektr l-
will no doubt taki0 k mllltoo bow of Policy. for. Farmers FLETCHER'S
.. We hav arranged Mr watertraespertatlos .
.:' Will Operate poor grapefruit and pt It Into _n."eat.d I
.. B. )t tU,.|paMr .. ra'dy far have European:eats, ocder market ttMr .. \, 1\ ,:
Soon" of th jp**. 4My I 'uWJ>ie. 'rJ. t
eM.re. ""l'b..1I1. allow file balanceof .. $2,000Ace. I& CtM > Premium Ice Cream '., ,
}! CANNED iI .. the crop1 that . .: ; : FRUIT LIKED the beet Each ear of trait will b* handle lower grade stuff and to ooitjPM Cold DrinksCandy
t with the Independent ohtpper0handling ,
*o lIne that It will limply Mil lUolflMr $2,000In
Morrill ha to much faith In second grade the OJtofcange event at natural death. '
: Mi* popularity of this fruit that h. favors establishing a new grade below,
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Florida's believes the people her In the heart the bright' sad ruee |. $4,000In
; .f the grapefruit country will prefer Local manager. Mr Merrill..,., afe event of nrrktenMl! drain, Cigars
Last Year U, tanned {grapefruit be auee the to meet with each tub-exchange manager
r j I. flavor will be natural without being *' meeting and from the probable $10.00 I
I: .\ bitter or tour, and because It will b* 14 delegate rash given power to aot,I -per work for M weeks whiteranflnod
t f Oon are the 4ayt rhea the tyrant, In such convenient form to serve by a general decision will b* reached e by kannm Only the Best NEXT TO THEATRE ,
T +-"wjulrty"-.rapetrult can rule so.e itself or In dessert or *lad, Then a central commute Of about" $10.00 .
fwem at the breakfast tablet, Everywhere the grapefruit that flve It to be appointed to met wl\n I
white
-PIT work tot 100 wiwk "
f .' N* more will It b* neceatary to D* wa canned at our factory at Eagle he sales manager and determine the dtaabted by 1K'Mo....... f'
'hot /Irt the eye bl rapid Ares citric Lake folk county. went lilt past It exact division of grade, each county
converted folk te Iu II.II.htfuIO"' probably choosing a label of its owl $2000
;'brapn,1 l from this flckl breakfast
Mr Merrill for IU lower grade fruit.WntRE .
t. avorlttt, Tb. Dad County Citrus Id. -I'M'. month for life aMwlddisability
Bub-Exchange will eee to that MrGrapefruit Toll flealdtweet grapefruit swill lie toW and become
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'. b. canned,' hence the Bub-Exchange ben from Palm Beach couth own the by fOlIo No dwlentontfrom _
fare of polk-y to offwtbrnrflu TrrALc.JnUL e.-- C
.. >'!iIl! tear off hie golden coat and coarse new factory and they expect to get Scattered wr the face of the earth roodveil under this.
tlber. sweeten hit acid 'heart without very cent their grapefruit bring between rlauwt He The
I* a total population of 1.1"117.'. "Popped" Question
the of thesailing
I. breaking It, and put him (with eachefment coat production and
whole and firm) Into cans price. only T per cent ot which la In eltJ.eof $2,000
I ai as example unto all the world Over :300 Fnoployen I. more than 100.000 IlIhabtt te. .- -for Inn, by .<.>.klvnt, of both "Wilt thou?" said he, producing -
la this state' the Dad county rrP*> The factory wUl. employ over tot Approximately 4 UOO.OM of till eyes, both tuuul or both tortor ,, \\\\\'I//// a Diamond rings!
fruit b delicious one baml and mo toot. \
tan an omnipresent I
1. persona next teaaon. Vlnety girl, globe Inhabitants n the II centers .
t reminder to all the world of the won. dressed In whit. will concentrate en $1,000 "She wilted," when she
havng a mlllon residents or more
r tn of Dade county, removing the heart from the grapefruit -- foe low, by eorlili nt, ono eye. saw the Diamond.
.: ,I This canning factory. whl1haa Some of the girl employ 'each. About 00,000,000 live In the mere linnet or ono font I
a' r been completed and which will will be smaller larger nltlat, of which there
Just probably Georgia peach girls.
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. login operating when next fall* The factory itself la a two-story buildIng arq aver.all $100.00If
( grapefruit crop come* on will provide ID by no feet provided with tour I large city I* Mid to number tome avcrwary, to Ida s.you lathe ness" are here In great pro- i
an opportunity for Dad county grwere -! offices and numerous laboratories.\ IOOOA One person in0 reside In hamla nf rrlMlve. or fusion of style. A Ring for
J eltle housing million, while every frlrluK ehonld you h strfc-k- 8
to UM a clan of fruit they have Last the fruit from th. Polk _
year hllo of whit
m out Coach Her no matter how small
fourteenth pel'lOn'finds his horn In ,
before been able to UM.! They
never county factory went Into II state and client.Additional.
r will bable to make money from aninferior 111 cities In America, and 10 can 1 a large city of some tort Hospital Benefits the purse.WHALER'S.
crop such a* the one pro went to Canada, 10 gent to the east New York I* the largest city In the
, doced this hut season. and they will fond 10 went te the west Over l" wlrld, with a population of (,110.041.j Surgeons' Fees, Optional
also.. get money for the "_o.da" car of canned grapefruit were sold London I Ia second with 4 411.S4I. Derr Indemnities, Etc.Knr .
I ; which can act lad a market In the In Portland which shipment represents lln third with 1.101.71'
\ north but which are good neverth- .about th. longest that could be Europe lead In population It bas further particulars sec
ie... The factory I" located la Miami, mad In a direct way In America. lie cities In the million class-L n- The Oldest Jewelry Store in Miami.
{ p ; oa the wet side of the railroad track, California a CnMomar. Ion Berlin, Paris Glasgow Vienna S. F. MOFFETT
j .ne-half block south of Flaglef street Florida can not ship fresh grape 1 and Moscow and 111 with more than BUTTON & GIBSON Successors
j Prevents Crop Failure. fruit Into California but seven can 100.000 Inhabitant Of the European i AGENT ,
I With the prospects for another of the canned.fruit went from Eagle ,countries, England ha II large cities.Germany j'NATIONAL IIFtf bNSCiIAN'E CO I Iof
t I poor crop next season, and with the lake Into California last January"Twenty 41. Itali t<. France' II, and, > the Ut a A. 130 East Flagler St. Phone; 5596
I new volume of fruit coming la. with I thousand ",caw ot canJ J Russia IS ,I Homestead, Florida
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WOMEN BUY ,
CARS 'Yews t aee 0. Ur w.y that .r..I..1r i Looking Iwrkwaixt at they pAt
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"mpl"..' everywhere will nut this I the twavtlm left behindTo
AND MEN MERELYPAY item '*h lalorMt, iI i, transport tile pontvo mlad.Dooo -I.

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Sorely' God IIilia p1.ae.I .
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So Intimate a PHrtttlMMarine III __} to It not Uw l.uMmM .T ft.w.r*
er, SQt A..moble sat, a swear. s...... list, In tko .... o( the nhoworo.And .
WaJM _ttk MOM Md rooted wttk Hto vM kao tallied to Bio
Poe' I* the i.nUt apple poo TOMATO LANDa .J
.o..aww:. ...... ... l.,. pane tae br one -41he........OontHry (CbJoaro). .
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WHO or IWMttlMTt !th1
1, bed MM room but tkooo dive ere hell J Homestead Electric Shoe Shop .
j I, the put with ko olddt.bioo.d ,
Concord bugs, IIIP a etrol' dealer I TRUCKING LANDs
OOOIOBlleatnwmMr Wo eta pet a Pole on your MOO'tll.t will wit. ta.d bothUw
tbO wile who il tile
It I* aoratok gl pliw-land rocks and tile eons of Indo amek.nrtnc .
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untwo Mite 4o -One apee '
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but BOW wo nil .... wIte or too fount. 1 Service and Satisfaction Guaranteed. .
woman who U to be the wits .f M*
t mn oalllnf to look over our o4oU, T. ORFANEDES, Proprietor. CHAT'S MY BUSINESSe j
;. AIM wo know that thy want wtat :
tile watt Mid .,. iotn to lOt ItTou
would be .vrlood to oo hew
moil Men" the lu fmo*' of theft rF f ';
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awl ehoeka'
tho man boobs ever the car
up on the llUlClban'-1 dodge. the 'B.H. EDWARDS -
wife will climb la aid see that thepest ,
I* eowrortablo, will fl the up.hol and BuilderEstimates "
t.tJ and will flail the uulo flUrt- I Florida City Fla. Special Representative Tatum.
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1 SECTION TO MEET : -_ r S '.:Thousand/of families; Ore taking advantage:of this new y wajr toliuy r *.:' i ;x \ I,

EXPANSION; a Ford and will be their all .I
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BARNEY OLDFIELD WRITES FOR THE i I lid not I know before and undoubted!,), '
'-1' [ : them may I Ie some effect on cowunernrardre. .
READERS OF THE HOMESTEAD LEADER
<'wl! though few think K
I Iv I diner. the higher speed and high powtn
'. t"J output .et ms oypoaMl \,0 long life awllow Tires Tires and More Tires !
Hy BARNEY OLDfICLD.Oopyrlght : 'ar. Oo4Iall'J' Driver sod of operatisaIfateaar
',. t-lIn. .....,.. U..... Iwon Delay ,
( nil i-Durant pen U.ilJtorl Close r .. ,
e-Dteraat Spec.:. VM.tSKat ANA ABetfiMMl] \
Q1.'tllTION.
This year wi have 111 cubic 1Mbredac t-n.aat II:if.-....... Midas 1( I} { ,'t .II"IIUmllllnIIlJIIIJftIHII"iiiiffHiiiiiiiuiaHnThe !! !!/ !!!!!W{} kN {i14ipIONiliFIK II t
Dear: Barney OldeldtRecently
sera last year w. had Us.B 1- 'E. B ,
tore that wen lUll larger enfs)., =:t t.t:. =- 1 had say oar overhauledTe
4 aced before that Mill larger 011'". Hoik T'-Duraat Bpc.. U.E......Hawy Haiti i orukihaft had about .-.-.114I1 ,
r 1)1) the .arl, day If a racing engine 0J eBupttl....gattt.. *France..ht ra.ee.Ceu de Xkonw.klAlsaga ead play, sad the ntechaate' took tktiP I Ii :
4M not have loot cubic Utah** dls-' lo-11vntA Pigee .. ....Esel Missed by bulMtaur t<) salsach. side ef tftyirrvc.l Three Pest'Buys
|dacment w. did not think? ft Win, 1! ..cu. JI'ft l boaatag, fkW vWeoUy pteQe i
1 "" ''D' the ells mt ef smelt thiengine .
But w have learned that else ef | gear a*
.,. "!ttUnd.. and upend are not MOMMUUf -- II 14-Cl r.M-W.ern sire n BPBO.I Bpeo-UJl, U.ft..F. U. Wells doe* not run Bright. It h.. mtpawet : _-..>!1' L
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related. We canct upend out oft J 1-fIarbe, w.-k> S}...-V... cad a bad kaeek oo a .ells

t mall engine by wndtnit *. en&-lne 1tMpelal It-r-tjpwk: Prtg, U.g UJ1..._......Ihlhttlf j;,.... Tin,' timing. gear*' also tie yen. .t" .. ,, ,
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di- hat ,00 suggest'
peed up to 4.000. 1,000 and even U-Miller IIpM., tJ.) :
(,'00 revolution per minute. To It-MMkir: .yea,, t.i,.......Bennett Hll On a rough road there Is a con i
RED TOPS
? act the Xfrnlflcano' of that rem.raber 10-MUlerHpflo., U.S....... Tom Milton tinual tracking about the front fen FISK, BLACK AND
11-Mieel Krentenao, U.8. Van HanatBoheel d.... The fender eeem to be fight '
tlHU th* ordinary passenger ear en- Frontenac. U." ....Ira Vale
&u run lu fastest at a unto ever II..- ct>..t,.> nton&ll. V.&. .FT. 'lI.h... Do yen thlak Wils. might be eauaed': UNITED STATES ROYAL CORDS"w
1,000 and that lie displacement Uvi. -flohmirrontna<\ a..Dave! >LewieII < by wern hlJn.. and belt. la t)ispring
r-, over 100 cubic Inches. -Duetanberg epec.. U.S.. ibMklear. J. U. IV .
Many of the racing can thin year 10-Duoeenberg $peo.Jerry. U.S. Wendortloh I ANB.Th. PENNSYLVANIA VACUUM CUPS ,
J art .IFit l In lln., nearly all have tour It-Dueeenberg. Spec., U.8. end play was taken up Improperly
ii ir.bsel brak i or front wheel brake 11-Hollan rillan France. Alb. Ouyot and the connecting rate and
It-Schmidt Bpee., Fiance Juice Oou ..
atld most of them -- -- ---- --
are one-man can 10-Mercedes Spec., Oer..Ohr. Werner front end gear thrown out of line
that la no mectienle I* carried U Informer .. Ono not
11-Meroedes Oer. Mar Bailer can guess bow to take *p
rears, I Mercedee Spec., Der.Uhrbtlan tautenachlagerII end pi.,. New bearings aced realignment For 15 days only we will give
WE W. have atr ady appropriated many of part I* the sure method.
-Packard Bpeo. U..Darto R eta
design and unite found satisfactory 14-Packard lip..,.. U.ft.Joe Boyar The noise" la caused by side playa
In .....In'. We have Wire wheel., II-Packard Spee" U.S..... De Palma a spring shackle or a dry shackle:
aluminum pistons, high-speed engines, Front WTieel Brakrs. boil : A TUBE FREE
cord Urea, alloy-.ol valve, dura- There
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lumlDum connecting rods, pressure oil Dean.. Barney Oldfloldl .
brakM will be given a real teat
Irif systems new feature* of overheadvalva throughout this season and that the I ant a regular reader of your with e Pennsylvania Tire purchased and f
construction, etc. his racing' results in racing wilt have some bearIng weekly article, and Dave found some::1
.a. engine of today I* a hlh-apd type 04 what manufacturers do for goal Information from them In my "
and many contend that the high-speed j regular production next year. The Hit* Of work. 1u'o been asked to ,
engine li all wrong (of passenger new forms of tire with lower pressuroe I fix a one-ton truck which has been at 10 Per Cent DISCOUNT j.
oars Others take ai opposite view I! may get a good try-out Raulng a gauge for repair* about two ,
holding that the hlthpe engine Is month
pressure always has been low. Wire
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ThoM In favor of hlffh-epeed .n- -'--- -- -
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fines baa their claims on the Increased whleTi may show the eight a little when U I* Idling, but when 1 speed It ..
fuel economy, lass knocking' peed. up It mMre. pop In the carbureter
u because amallar cylinders are used The streamlining this year has been and give some awful bang. ANY OWNER\ IF THESE ARE
more power per unit of weight greater carried to a high degree of efficiency. I have put on a new coll/, retimed
A efficiency became of the reduced hunt Every designer haa worked hard to th* Ignition, leaned the carbon
lou through the cylinder valla, lea out down the wind resistance offered ground] the valves, put. new gasket GOOD TIRES 1' '
,r :' trouble with valve spark plus oiling by the car In order to make the little on Intake manifold cleaned the car. :$
and piston ring Tboae In favor engine* pull the car at the very maximum buretor ga* line, cleaned park plugs, _. i
of the slow-speed etiglnt claim quieter apeed. These engine In the and I alee tried a new set of plugs. ." .
operation 'and greater durability as older racing chassis. could not show The breaker point are In good eon [
7 the principal advantageToll .. 100 mile per hour but In the newly dUton, with addition of a good battery --
rear many European manufacturers designed chassis they go .. high as from service station.It .
are racing against our t>**t. lit miles per hour Is Impossible t* atop this banging
Germany haa three Mercedes Knlghta, Will iMra Mu.Th. .....- by flooding the carburetor. Closing Homestead '
Franca baa the Bugattla, and Rollan- engine this year show a great the choke makes no difference. I Cycle Company
rtllana Packard la America haa ilx- deal of refinement over previous car* tried a lean mixture with the same f
r cylinder ears Miller Dueaenberg and The Duesenberga this year have alum results. I.
Durant have eight-In-line engines and /aura cylinder block The valve action Having checked up the piston,, I'nd M. S. STUDSTILL
ihl year' Frontenaci are of the ro- ha been Improved though still ) a great. difference, which I. a* Proprietor.
Ury-valve type. There area numberof of the, overhead-camshaft type as In follow: No. 1, .111 clearance: No. I,
special cans a. may be seen from the Millers The Duesenberg frame 010; No. I, .Oil: No. 4. .014. Taking
w this ,.ar'* entry list at Indianapolis I* mad of duralumloum. the compression .. compared to the
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THE HOMESTEAD LEADER
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, BULK OF GRAPEFRUIT WILL BE ,---- FLORIDA MOTOR TRANSPORTATION CO.

; MIAMI TO KljORlPA CUT Kl iHIDA CITY TO MIAMI '
SOLD
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Miami...... :: t0.0 fcoo"l:0 W lj59rrldr Clt.i'17IO: 10"1911p4Tso
; COUNTY Larkin 1:11 l mitt 1:11 IfctMHomestrad T:40 40ll 4
AGRICULTURAL : : : 10 10 4*
Kendal ....J,0:00: 19-19 1:10 III* *: Mudeilo t:4 10:41: 1:114:44: TOMATO LANDS
I dusMee ....1:1 10lit.IIliltIMtilNaranJa .. t0 l.l 1.304:104 !
that to) the the *oebdal .!011 IIIM: lilt ltlt Princeton 7H 14:10,1:1: :61
past MH ooun"I KrrtM _....
0104 l :441:44 M4 1:44 flack Pods 7it 1lO BT llt 4tT:
Avocado Will Supplant the ...et the retarM *o tile .. Petue $145 10:41:41 Il4tl et f O.uids ... 1:41 11e1 1:11 Orel: i
"t It should*, biHsght, IIOIIIIs "..... SOl 10:W ttM lilt Illlf P.tsre ._.-_ Jll 11:11: l:41 Lit:
Grapefruit Industry ? _..
Pota fss lief :N et ti 14.etns tillll: 114 she
|fhl' 'tII" ...? be held to* ton .,, fW !lTIf l] t Ote t Peekdahlr .... I:tofll-101 1:10(1:10DatWday : (
Is Indication length'ef time, whereas 'araoja ... tttt 11:10 lilt MM llll B err.on ....__ 1:1111:1 1.16 6:11M.d.He.
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can be held ill 11:11: UllKekdal 0II 11:10 l:00 6:00:
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Hemeetesd >:l4Ul* UUl9lMW4f| rkh> Sill 11:111:010:11: :
GREAT make me fee) optimistic a Fiends :l d land .....- flee 11:00 0:101:00:
INCREASE'SOON
future of the Industry la thl Md Sunday Nights only on 10:00 P. M. run. '


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?4 (The flnl of a ........ of tntervimr* ,i
w on nutyerti of lorsj InmraM glvra ,r' .
to The iMMht by upwlallnu In I ,
Dade County.) several large sales of

Approximately a million bearing i
grapefruit tree. In Dad county within Vacation Calls
the next five year I Ia a prediction ,: the famous East Prairie
made by i. S. Ralner. county agricultural
agent
This I. Indicated by the fact that -And you're eager to answer! for it's great,
the federal oeneus for July 1, 1113. Tomato Lands to big
''t how* that the Increase In this Indu. isn't it, to escape into the great outdoors for

try'had practloally doubled during tb.three the,whole summer, for a few weeks or even
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)lr. Rainey salil.Th i for a week-end It's fun whether you just growers, such as Capt
federal Census for ltl showed
{ that there were ZItUS grapefruittree'In hop into your car for a happy holiday or board

to this the county 1921 census at that there Urn.were According the Limited ; whether you run off to the sea- M. C. Hardee, F. M. Hen-

495,147 bearing trees; IOJ.110 noil shore the mountains
to to
camp or your cottage
q bearing trees and 77,fU tree In the .
nurseries.Paile's at the lake. Just to feel alive againthat's derson C. T. Henderson
Oldest Indiwlry. i .
"The grapefruit Industry 1* the oldest the thing, and it's true that smart new ,

Industry In the county," commented vacation clothes help one greatly to achieve
the county agent "It Wall entered Frank F. H.
M an Industry about the time Miami this rejuvenation of spirit. Roskey,
became a city and ha grown steadily
until at present It I* one of the leadIng You will find this store more'than ready
r Industries of the county. Previousto r Webber J. L.
1 |Ita Inception It was supposed. that to supply those things'that are needed In the Murry, ;
the rock formation that I general
over the county would not be adaptedto vacation wardrobe-correct costumes for any :
grapefruit culture But those D. C. Lucas and
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pioneer who never accept failure until place you may go-Dresses, Hats, Undergarments -

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grapefruit with quality superior to ;i1J. ft. i \ ".j\ I : :. ,
that produced /where el**.
"Th Industry ball grown steadily l-r-E. B. DOUGLAS CO.JgEFORE "
These Homestead and Florida
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VP to the present time but Indication ,
*are now that It 11'11be lupplanted -
by the avocado. City marl lands are knownto
Hold Second Ilm-e

"At any rate, a splendid future for be the safest and best inFlorida ;
the bearing grapefruit treee In thl

county of seems the citrus to b* .producing, "red. The area balance of- !IIIIIilllllllillitllllilllllllllllliillllllllllllillilllll lllll11111111111illlilllllllllIIIIIIIIIIilllllllllllllll{ f IILIIIIIIIIIIIIIiIII! Illliilllllli and those who wantto

the state, especially Folk county, I is S
Increasing th. bearing acreage suite I get in the right place woulddo

steadily, but at th. present time Dada
N County 1* surpassed by Polk County \ well to see us or our special
alone In total shipments .

"With She producing area growing :: : ".... I representative, Hon. B. II. ,Ed-
reasonable to supposethat
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means w of* wiling must our provide fruit additional at price :: wards at Florida City at once.

satisfactory to the grower, In order : :
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to Justify the continued expansion of : I
4 the Industry, The good rock roads and

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from fruit this .tat 1* the From Unit fruit put shipped experiences ::: :\ij'I- '" .' .,, ; === will put large tracts of these

we knqw that It I* this early j lands heretofore inaccessible
market that bring a high price, a : ,'t' ,
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Possessing this advantage.. we | Sellingyour I --
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..Ha Faith ta Canning. Avocadoes and Hades = ; It- :ry ;

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fruit la can to going to be the medium : ;
'lE I The Price and Termsare
+ by which the bulk el our fruit
will be .old. The canning of grapefruit :
tae passed the experimental :
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< the *ea*>n," h* OO.UII uecI. "But new == LOTS IN BOTH CITIES
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, fast, rood. We hare a number of valuable trackage Iota
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traits are the two medium* wherebywe HAMILTON MICHELSENANDCO. In both Homestead and Florida City also a good
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_e atroagty sere .,....;. west sot'- and.the prlcet.Tatum.
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tightly In place at the distributor: | come down a bill aboiit a:
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war llnrnoy OI< W. H. COMBS CO. i
LEnERIConllau rifii I Induction from one cable to tnllr or no I do not near th* knock:
Their In a harp Knock or slap In '
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ttiouwnte Clearance \* good !. tin haft a ve um taftk. be sure MM aMt tra.
carburetor. too .m all t r Jl B.ANi. ta working right and lilt Heklngu so pat nMMotap... but M there I Not' oUU two WM H.a ptotou matt A pMM Nag. connecting rod ..ui..i N. I. M A.*. Men-JM F&0"4 !'--h._V&bm"Oo"
to cams IM flaw through the llgcmoiit a slightly worn wHat pi. :
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soIlift blm to look M tkan M A
I br found In mcb canes that very timer to not badly wore and that ra. ,",lbI-. IB this ...*.. the rocker:
ted alr.I... around the apart plugs the ttbw Work,!. not badly --. A they proved I tart to U the O oar K.WM you ova 1wt arm cause MM *tn. Bg* ...to.i than Watchmaker and Jeweler OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN
Ned the valve item will MUM the badly won or wobbly own will MUM It all the rod of the engine pot togtUiw
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about bar It. than an I to I
"'*"bl.. Another pMWtUr one compthrough roUflrhit and popping. beoomM loa.... If I shut oft the I 146 N. E. Pint St 505 Brat National| Bonk: Btiidif!
t. the wirlnr Separate all the gee tIle knock dlMppoar. but when 1 TRY A WANT AD IX TUG LKADKR. Miami, Fla. Miami" Florid

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Overland Red Bird Overland Willys-Knight Touring
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Tomatoes, No. 2 can, two cans . . ... :2C MRS. T. J. MEAD, ManagerNEARTOCOST EVERYTHING
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t. Osceola Peas, No. 2 can . . . . . .J5C
t', Alpine Corn No. 2 can . to . to. . ..I5et At Reduced PricesDuring

Black Eye Peas . . . ." . tOe

Lima Beans . . . .. . . . .I5c PRICES Next Two Weeks
Van Camp's Pork and Beans, two for. . .25c .

t Sugar, 8 pounds . . . . . . StOO ON GROCERIES ,
White Naphtha Soap, six bars . . . 35c Groceries Hardware
Lighthouse Washing Powder, seven pkgs.-----30c THE YEAR THROUGHBread Dry Goods Patent Medicine
Gold Medal or Pillsbur/s Best Flour, 24 Ibs. $155
... Gold Medal or Pillsbury's Best Flour, 12 Ibs. ..65eh
'. Gold Medal or Pillsbury's Best Flour, 6 lbs .35c SPECIALS

Rumford Baking Powders, 1 Ib. can . . 30c large loaf to.. . .. .. ... . : 13c
t'. Hash l lb. can. .. . . .15c '
I_. Pet Corn or Beef Carnation and Milk, tall size, two for. Of. 25c Bread, small loaf ..... .. . ... .'. ... .. 9c Kiag-Ko( Raisins, 15c a can

Pet or Carnation Milk, small six .. .. .. .. 6e Armour's Pork and Beans :. . ..... .. .12c i.f aciui.ntoor CAS.
. ...... tM IUMM lot Inm..to* doctor pmcrllw then.Creaffl .
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Churngold 1.. ...... r..rr. Van Camp' Spaghetti .. . ,. .12c
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i" Gorton Fish Cakes, earl .. . 1St
'1/ Crushed Pineapple, 2 Ib. can .:..... .. . ... .25c Osceola Pink Salmon .. .. If to ...... .. .1& Lawdry Slap, 5c a krO4

I" Jelly) :. .. .... .r. .... .. ... ... .. .I9c Osceola Apricots, large can to..... . 27c toM one .( Bathing Sew ... try a air .. 1Ma.. ,
Pink Salmon, No. 2 can .. ... .... . Of. 15c
Heinz Ketchup .. ... ... .. .;.. ... .. ... ..\f'fit Victor Evaporated Apples, package . He -----

Sweet or Sour Pickles .to.. ... ... Of .'. ... _15cCampbell's Maxwell House Coffee, pound .. . . .40c We Curl tk FoiMt IMk frf C.8ee:
for ..... . .. .25c
Soup, }3c or two Upton's Coffee, pound .. :. .. . . 40c Helen Lowton Bel-Jar
Tropic Palm Soap, six cakes . .. . . 29c Maxwell House WhitehouseAstor
Palm Olive Soap, three cakes . . . 25c Babel's Cocoa, Iialt pound can . . . .20eArmour' Castle

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Sun Maid Raisins . .2Oc fwd cakes. Upton's Tiger
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l'' )Do, ,Your Shopping in The Day-Light Store, Where Shopping Is a Pleasure.:


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I Complete line of Dress Goods, Notions, Ready-to-wear, Shoes, Hats, Men'sFurnishings '

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Silks are being 4i a
range of patterns and materialsat : '
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j' $2.39! .: a NewShipment .


Pure Silk Alltime Crepe, 36 I of
inches wide; worn:for all occasions ". \ ) \
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Pure Silk-wool Crepe and heavyweight Kirchbaum Clothes

Crepe de Chene; mall. I .
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lot of Ladies' All Silk Hose, LIFE SIZE DOLL ,
I $3.00 value, on sale Saturday and '
.'.. ., .' GabardineComes
Monday only !y .t.+ w1r .

r! iyr $1.98 Any girl in Homestead or South Dade County between five' ". ..

and ten years of age can enter the contest for this Bautiful,Doll, .
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Lingerie Crepe in all colors.' .
4 We will give away 250 McCall Doll dress patterns. To the
Special price on.10-yard pieces "
'" girl using one of these patterns and making the best dress'to fit models
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' Monday on fancy Tissue and Im. number. $15'
ported Dress Ginghams, '
We will ask three, competent dress makers to judge. the sew- 0030T .
49cReadytowear J g. ,Come! for your pattern and win the'doll 'r.
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f Gingham Dresses; very neatly "H , Emory Shirts in a'full range of )
trimmed,all, the late styles, patterns '
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One line of Ladies' Polly Prim .
Bungalow Aprons, well made r $ Topkis Union Suits. The best !

good and,roomy, .. ftJf ; 'Only l $1.00 suit of underwear on the :;J.

1 ... t.! H ( )S \' ... i V t.., I I .,1/: H ; : I fancy market.striped All Nainsook sizes. Plain, and j''

Your One Chance. Come'hereSatuVday 47' .
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New line of Ladies' Bathing \ r I 't Yt "! t. H' :
I, Suits. Now is the tlra, for you' One iot of 700 pairs'of Men's and Women Shoes In all the latest .' terns. Some plain tubular and
f to think about your beach trips. r" styles. Come in all leathers.. In fact these shoes are taken from',,''sour all silk knit Cheny wash ties ,I
; regularstaock and will"be on sale;fop two days bnly.i i(! 'i .. .
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All the styles are being. ; \ 75c to $2.00()() ti
colors Men's High and LoW' Shoes come in Black Kid, Black Calf"and '" ; ;
1 shown In a full range of. Cordovan Calf. Values a -1
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)line ofLadies'/ Silk lfnder&wear i. Oxfords;: Come !lit White Kid, Black and Tan Kid, and Black*: ', Straw Hats All the latest. styled 'J'
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Nainsook Gowns .and Redd's Department Store
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tions. Some trimmed. with'lace ried and "we can take care of ".,
and embroidery, : your wants tn'this line. Come dn 1
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$1.50 to'$3.00 and givtlus a trial ;,

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