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The Homestead leader
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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: November 1, 1923
Publication Date: 1923-
Frequency: daily (except sunday)[<1926>-]
weekly[ former 1923-<1925>]
weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (June 14, 1923)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1931.
General Note: B.E. Archer, editor.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002075048
oclc - 34296444
notis - AKR3403
lccn - sn 96027189
System ID: UF00087295:00165
 Related Items
Succeeded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Leader-enterprise

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THE HOMESTEAD LEADER : 1




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:THURSDAY NOVEMBER 1,1923: PRICE FIVE
Vol.I I, N' 21 HOMESTEAD, FLORIDA ,

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_ URGES AVOCADO i!1 Tourists Are Cowing CLEAN-UP WEEK BEGINS MONDAY: Western Union OpensHomestead Office !' CROPS INSURED ,

Here Say W. K. Crow

i MAYORS' PROCLAMATIONS CALL ON AGAINST POORtMARKET \j
- AS IDEAL FOOD \\'. H Ito and Ceoll Hook The Hi.mrsi.'Hil bnuich, of the \\', a i

I I"". Itul nod 1 ii 0'" a 1' -day trip tlualilla. ':'ru I ton T l..*ri P>> Co. 0'"l ned Ill' II

:' where thiylilled Mi ALL CITIZENS TO JOIN IN CAMPAIGNAppeal iurmnK with MlM BunUr Blur u. PRICE ,
FOR DIABETIC;
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I Vows mother Mr., M., A. hiss.t.I iiianlRtT-onrj-Klor Mia llli. 'n lu.ni" .

I I nm! otlur nlntlM-n. They report .. --r- i*. In Chllp >', florid, but obe) hat I

!I! itirumiit inp" "ml. 1"\u.leiI.\ man" I Lobe with. Ute W.M,,rn I'nlon'' Inn' '

PhyMcians' Convention Discusses clil. Urn /111'..... The roach were tiutter Made to Civic Pride ind Patriotic Sentiment of rlouo pasta or the iM during 'h<, Royal Palm 1'ruckel'tCan '/?i

I ,lltlon than they had *1On OHM tow. momhK'
too end Collateral
Insulin Resident in BoowttMd Florida City ; Sani. Use Policy as '
Remedy ; f"ch".. All Western "Ion rteonli bawlIen

Tower Returns our way from Miami. $ Tee tary OrdteaooMol Bdith Towns Are Cited ina\rij from the K K C Ma. I On Farm LoansWhat
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Mile a ? rounted 8X car, going sort) lion to the office in the Htmlnnl t'Vfiiulldln -

that Hi. knew were drlv' n fty tour Mn *, A turphonr wu tiuMiMI I. I Ilh' II l I. Oo l the greatest oroplu '
Week ? < November 5. MayorLkingBton
9I.., .,iw";nil In thp bl'III, food fu, lulu *ini', r tluy rattled luggage and. Ckan-up befia av. > inornlnir' Knil lb. callW.Mtt' I arranmMtitthat
and flnanclm
illal II\ n, )Pr J. IIlov, i,, toll' tbr their acre Lure foreign llcenira ta *". of H01It.e8teII!! .md I v 1>1.\\ \ ,t" ,t' h I Iward of TlovJdaCilyhaviiiMuedtbeU1 tutu 1'nl.ni"' will ict immdl con iir anutli no. I lorl'la has o>T npuricnrij -

coot'"uo'nlp1):' ::'' :' :'(IanxnuJ.ulgronof ; Mr, CIOH .ulilv We made this. aqua I pi ()(1' l I..1'' 'I I>a i l'hJ ',: I I )lUng on everybody uprtlon with the butte.Temporoty ha* I IK u atmounovii liy the llayul\
i I'un, ,,,11 lost, I Hi 1 nite.l I HWflpflfltrl, whlln In the vain and I Iilut t\ fvirnUui now 1ll1Ita1l.Iwill
tr" +llnif
1' .) to their refpflctiv* i""unimu t I :\ I I I u ". ,,. .','perate in a I'ulm\ Ti. 'nkers'. An'inlinn. which UfflllBl.
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? I"i ) "" i"tl lIalll OUobir J.in 21I not Include the two or thnhundred : lu mipilant| l l..Ur with dame ,I with thi. I >iul.. .ounty 011-'
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I that v ill 1.11'I 1 < t 11,1 i 1 flom 1 November and Western I nlon ulfli-o ", ulpm..nan
l'v I \\ "nti' I to hear moro ubou car W<' paaaed on our wa pup. campaign 1 > rIle nub-\ihaiUP.

the ,'u'ndo' when I told him of It I to Tttugvtlle, We Just wanted to prow 5 1.'November 10 induftivc KHin on It rut\ h. '110101,,. J I from I himl I An' ',\n' Unit to n I' I. ? I'I1\0N'. win '
Inn .ul. I "I\ilrulu! content" naid, I Pi' I that the rumor about tourlita rotttto : >in t rnall.r. I 1'1'u two '1't'IOt'kthla nll\lIIl..r.I't tin
issued with II H. Morrlll
'' .hl1lions l in
then
TOM nit I ru irnul Fil hive nftinoi > i the WOK rout" lnit.ittd, of the soul]! The mayor pi "> ;\ ( cooperation attorn.It.., Hlu hi
'i"''''i' 'I In 'I'll illiih,,"M to \inl, I cant coast falf*..' with the Woman's nun 1i. [ H'If1II'' > n-ad' and the RedId ii t m<>i< nirr. ... tvol'klJ'b.* mattur rot mmuh. the

\Vit'' 1 I. '""lIlIgI""r( "' at the WomenVlut '. i On Mi way to X'maillla, Mr Cm District Chamber en'"ODlm1.C(' I'lu Woman's Club --..---. -- Hartforl Iniurunu-viuiiitnr' hiKurritl \

('0\1.\ r'' stopped at Kort PI.....* for his brothelT T"'.. \\>:ATUKK: Iniuro 1.20ftII"| ( '" of ton"tare -
them started the movement Illd : IK\, c mmh( I' < if Commerce iron, itnd rrr.l.. il I l V H. W l to
I" 'I 1 "" II, ,1,1 Ihut hat. llv ury, or J, Craw,, who ccompanled 01:\ r. Iq lwitwi'n anA InoiuaiiiR" ,, Homed

the endowed it about 1 t t1'I 'r; alit\. i-o-opu\"uiviumtiK! |"threat, ob
Iho\" t "loll,It I>"',ont h. err hear trip heartily 1 ii ''I> i c ujroLIVINGSTON'S end Cut litmUriliiii, nmltwtnm. by

y 0"" to ,' ,oal I' ".,i\-r In -t"lIan.. mnrk i i ndliloim or ly \\iuilwr hub

Pharmacy Improves : '".' t'ROC'LAMATION Tsngmrotuallghe I.1.I l. In UUIon" the t',ltiu T'm'nunvn
\ } wi Khould coi i ntrat 01I
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it thin wick Ilhgne .
I .,,, of the to hav tin tiuimnuuiollil
." lu Ivirlltilnir, tli,' nvnraJtCo1iWfl Inside Appearance! WHEREAS, under I II"" '" >'oi hoe I1I'rlln..4
"wa elr Ctty of Homestead I at t oil ol time <' today _.. ., | '< .i..crptcl" ', .,. riliiilPinl' An lea, "
,, ., .I I l 1"1 ili.iliillm, Itt nouh ,
is "" i
tl", I i '" I I i C ,1 II'OI 1 t t thin week A ,
to b* known Md dMlcni' I h. ninlcto .llin., MI, .II, ,iWho in' "il I II'
"I/ ,in r, lo Hi per "l"I1"'O- The Horoe-tcid I'harraacy' haa Jut AND WHKREA* III, rliluro of te11 lust nllil '. I' .
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l .1.'i'I itMl-liuiii i till ii" '
I UK
'Ii cr .' h I U, .I l I.'" h, a anT Kiwir that' Inntallcd. two new style' all vial' glaJlanjay ..,. this munlctpallty to ml 1 I M t ami! moat Itltln..U. i ,

r ,' 11 I' ,'In' I lusuinl lots I ol I all each eight ft toni. MiilUry city of 1U IM ,:, i .t-J : canes :None Icgr'! I' ,II I .It"" I''la..r. P. .
: : : : : : : I I/as4 ba /sl t' No of ihl'NOW > \ l I
and 1 I ,n"u i 1 Loth, (in \?i ; i fonrinhIng ThtH oases are of the latent. type am, ;yla --------
"i l 1,," ml'0 L1.'. they dliplay merchandise. to !good al I IvanUge THBRKfPO'' e ("UN nfKomett ;' 'II, '.' 111,110111: ; ,:' 1 I i Itt;: : lli: Iptt tilon
.lIl1b"II"'j : i nln It I w/mrnlre/ "I >I.u, arrange
raid, I I'' I ro''r1! On of the earn. I* uattor Ml, riortij, a ''o hon>liyMibltsh NEfiROHELDHEREAS '
r the ofheilontalni. and draUm \I I M, .v. t>. rt.\ II'I.' I..to."o.l. I, Morantt <
.V 1 I., n. .' f the newly .Ii.co'r-l 1, candy eieluiUr ly auU
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1193 from the tilt to I 0 hereinset _. I"'rlll". ,1111 I ll t'.I. JAUd'r,
,,, ,!' it high grads line of tolls ,
lit 'il '" 'IV t Insulin. onupio unit doaltfi i apart CAPE SABLEMURER I ,1 lnhrr 111' r. '
-4 mail ,.' I, i"Uon'vult.ntton. ,, nr ntquldtes. Moth have ben much admired HOm.lltud. ,": .'F, ," ,net' will" ;hr .Si',:,.:"t ti> boriown

low?, l II, ulin i', IK a i 1""lur/lIon, t tiy cuetomeraGROWERS. 1 IN VtTNB: M l at Infcv ill .14",11", 111 I tdte-
t Inn "I' \ 0 0,1''
mat I I I. i II' l'?.n,; the pi"'" t I' of! txoiy offlotnl Mporlty il.t ., ,
II.
"re
duy of October' A p SUSPECT
I' Ie 'w' i .I" OJ'i pig flII,, I .tract OFFER I I ',. ,, i'I uo t b.t ,I. ', i'n' 11'0\\ rF
,, ; tli' 'from, -I ,
luff il" o. I. i ilmiil; tend I F f h. .inn 111 this JOb 111 I II

Ihla "l ,' ,, what ti,,,"ell. up tin I'I" I, < 11 I11h1, ltIng,, ht'" I h', eep'n., I It

tt'/ '" bleu I aocol'lIng. MANY PRODUCTS I EDWARiterment ly>; f' I \ t rtiwIRRaA 11 1 o J,1 luod hi: f-(n'lil 1 J.ul\ WhiliAwaiUn :" ?" 1.I11'nu...... 1'10.. I. "t ,1'rttclr\' t,, l lt

'" Li. I \I" ." 101ab"1 I \, ulrmn IfIi $. It II hIe b't '>' Ii m-.il t 11 I., 1'1,0\,1., \, "III It. IF"I ,gt. 'I I ?'

'ho I''" \ L Ilrlle" ."+ rioter art t to promote) .t Ip.It! ">] : by J ,. .11'', 111 1''k, I' tn,.. '" I I'o. I'rIt I
'. Dm ,buinmt: AND WHKRftA: <'0 show JMonuc\ ( oiintyIn (
'Iwo I ; 0' I iiiK FOR STATE FAIR I of the' ," "Ing In 11.1 I ,n>I"(0.. .
It a willlngne to Join
I.v Jnllng ,insulin hyt .
prm Community and thu i Illl.n'0'' ''J hl th" 'I', ee It.1

p "I. ', '"" ilu ""a' 11<11 I ilcftolear) NOW THERHF ''F I 1 Town ofIrlerlda lt.p,, [ I.I I., t .i. I ,n ,",' '"..10",1 t IIe'I J. ''th 1111 uc le, 1 I I"" '" ,,tlly1 a"1I .

,I7 0 i, nil. and, the exr ,n ."gllr 1'tnlrl '. City, do her 6. Iu11. ',j \I 1"'I' I \1, 11 "" ,,' I ,('\\1 nttd p'IUr'i', I I lh. '11.10'. -
I You Want" If J I I ot Florida .
1''', ,"Anything t* November 111. t IMin to 11,1,1'"I 11'rlncndei: I "..,

I'n'' br","idit; up tfhu Answer to Ranson'a Clean Olty up,,, and'and I put pro I nd, hv I I. 't i. 1 "i" 4 plKi.li! '" i t'Itr Iwhtrrl. 1 ,,1 ,'of t"'inntothi 1 la ',.I

his It ? bolt rt' 0'' IltnWn.ItI A I him whether oturttpl 1 Florid,, ,n t I'' 11"tlt'i "'I 1 ,11 I ,i I'I' ,Iltnlll'I ", I : '" 'I 1 111 I bt ''" ''11', tl., II I

I.t., tI had b in tough Request City "1 Ins \I.','n'. "'""i""ian ,,",. l.1""I i I I ru. I,. ,t'I A' ,I tore '

I Ire, I i ., ,tul' 01 c"m.i (ropil 11 .' I IN W1TNH: V ', w (In nnofftolnl ", t .I" ""Kill. I ,It" I Ii : I ,,"I' ul' ll I... .1111 'I'I",

r IC l ,,a lhfu wan given 'that tbe RrllRiH. Dliitrirt Ixbholt l lat onpailty n* '' i Ihlx lit "t I. i t-I''I.i ''I r' I the ('''Hr. t"l" ...a I. ilCfotl lilt I ,,t-hUh ',, '
nr. ;
dot I'
.t'I I I'' :'I liuum I hr had re. th. state'' fiur, at ..Iar""n file will 1'1''' I l.''O l t. n I ,' HI ij Ihl".I'l I" ,sad,,\ b\, nr' .. '' .In r

,.',,1.. ," "I'0A., ,lothir' mat< bring lionoi to lh!. citl. .n 1 In the l lll lot- I orldn ells "I 1" ", I """ htty nil" -

ni',, I "11'.1, gaugtnr .. a .f of Mr. and Mrs Oi oiifo Baron Ml. "tion I U roust' t Inanoif 1\ l I",1, I"ro"" I II.I''gslen I I i"' i'r v, ', '" 11' I'' //t'Vr"I''

I.,. I .II .o.n' M .i> I 11 < atri,I and Wllo 4ore Ili] \'tnh'tot'' by the C'lawbt i' lion 1 slots" the I I. 01 i 11. ,at' 1 I the in wo''i',, l'' it tin d: :r I' !I't' I. ,y. IIr" t !t tai

'Inn r1 111 BUR, ni Iu, I ,1 UI: of Oommproe to 1 1.a char!!,. of tin' upon .i
'Xlillll tram riot, to fli Inh, Ijirrnura within! the lot'" n of Don rope tI"\ ...It." : fI \\ '
PI" ( tvllon < pro\ll"i rptrolle.l, I un tl ? Ire1 i .1.1 '"i i"" 1 u t. T> I "' 11I" (( ..

,,'i?' ill th.? patient art btil.liltnbiiti : !*'>rs or coutrlbviuon hats ulimd);;' I upon'' 'tl''t' 01 I imp cionnd, llonii. jnortli ', "' ,. in uhitli/ ion' ,' ,lIna. '.CxI t',' t ', 1 i"rM

uromtPi*4 tent tho lint, ru" bjMr ; 1J6 I' 1.1.1. "I.I I
,111 ''u'' tl. Mi'ct' uttonttoril litifti <>f fir town limit n"WI II"lOWJt I'I I .Info i i' t : ", Jh '

1IU., ( '",1 I ti .f''IaJ" pyld l I.f.. ._ lU...on ITKIWH laiiriioiy ilnn > ,llImp Itround". ,In. ti 111 otMmi' iIrpiv ar..d. 1 Ln t\ t ,. ,g \h. et r '
:7. Af'-j'lt,, !: .J I.... tM4[ Ssottrntldh far dllr'ttaJ\tl1it mart, lie' A Ito Une' tr H." dattnq any n'' Hiitttc. ,,'hlt.. tote' ....... tea'........ ",.11> r

'u nifch pl'Operly ton.Uictec >adj ly November" e.. Tire fair be tl t1 H'ctlons M thll ordllIlo1i Into. i I foul Hrl, In' .," I i>U"!I"cj" ," J, l ,,<1"1' 11' ... 'I'I\- IJ 1
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!\p' :, .t IL" ,II be a boon, to UWlll on Nuvcmbir inti City bw a. .- U ,r, tll'i nr..HI .. lorn,,i iI 1 ,. la ton '" 1\,1, 11I I '

( I I"I |I""irllt t>> 111i i. n"m"on icltrrattj the dMrabttIty .. 'In" I' tl'i' 1. I ,ui I I IF, ,n I 111 tl" ell' h .

- or 'i inntiil' "tor'* |>r,"nm I I i g t*." Veteran Ncwspapoi; '\ Willutin \\ ith ." i. ', 1111, r I t tu' II tIlrl'

tti'.I urioNf LOM '>r I\MI i ,.'M" 01 I ; i I.il.nwo Wide t\ I ?. Its ,Iul, ? 1111'' "' I
nut'H
City's
:M' 1 10, nllifibip! for Miiri i to jth"mmu'"ily I Says nrn I 1 In"I '. "' ,I'.i 'II' I I '
: 0.10'n.Y ?" d' "
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til'111 1 Needs Golitit'utconflitnC!, : : :: :: : : \
lily lunchr-cn ot' tft') r nnrt Oho I In t con But "r'In' 11, "II" n I 1 II ,
ri "i 'ii''"
"i" II "li"-I.' ,. ,,in,.,lit A<,'llIt'n,, will: tijt.. "" '1111 ,1" ,,,.., I'I I I ail[ ,
nuko..Iy I ''I ,1" .. ,
I. "
Ii' 11, I i -, ifiliiole <",ifn HundaySsnitat "I 1.1" \ (11'101./ A' o .1: \ "

''II H I,. "q1. 'Tlic tial, mnik ant IJo' ." I of th' I rue, ut 11.1\,1. \' ;. nail\ ...., I lhi\ I I" I I uu f!

contilliiil.. n" he han in: I'"nil, nrpoai I r,, It"utt t, rrltu'r'nlullra' )" I" ..' I I I' .1 t I. "I" i i.h I '"
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-- on 'II. I boxes' or toots ol' fi, I I.d., II] :" t.t'' I. 1'hen 1 h" CIIII .. 1 .nllt .' ". l>-

ion Discussed} Of ether produce that He n'ji.'x' ." raft I. I U10 7.1.; 10 <{el, I. .lure I. ,.1" .. :,,,

!Mr Ito on V\'" arc Flrewilnit\ th, ', l ''I I Ib .. .
'ouneifMeetin2 : It .1" 111I Iri'I
At ( iraoon 11I0" o' pncklnir 01 oili., .. i. .. I ,

In Florida City Hall Meoilin the products noain for appearu0rn 'nuttrm I I > I I by .M.Il1, ,. ,,, I : U.i') Work ju' > L .iMe

will count I* polnU" In thi0nt" Ialt il" .01.i iu",i. Which I" In a II, .11'' '' """ ,

..t." I"w, nnd when you him tit "'pc ''',, Ft I Iin k """ .1 \ ,01 I".' tings at I. ,s. anja
,. ,, 'It counrll met Moq'
T I I. I ( ) ] .S. Kalney Bounty agri, '..Iliral liiltMtn developed a* it II 1 ;fit III'' .. I I, "" ":t.I.. .,, I. 11I111' II.
',,I .11 i Ihr I:, town hail, nod ,AUKJW- Comitwnih/ Chunk I
'ar ?" lull .
agent, who hM kit hwH4l. "I I pa's. I vise ihoull haa town of \. II ., I 'Ii .1 II" "

eel tent '," I Miun of Improvt"llhe. not USK,Ung In the """otljii of Ii.l .',itantn hen .. I '''',
I utt'wton'I' ) 1'' I II
I
.. Wli K wuo i .
"I\lta"' \ In ml i 1,1,i tiMit n .Q .. tl't)' county, should mo ,. "" "1 1.\\.1 I. '" oj" ;0; .
I lyre pay I, 11" JY 'II'
I'' .IIt, I t "u .1 I \ mull", Ill'nu."jY''''| .. tbO ,.. ," ,
tl aIr la y g..t,1 ,the iUKT flf J'' o<''i I. I. "ltl'' n 11 "
ura4Fah" "\0' m\ mentionMS iratl'(, flt fie ; ,l Loll. 11"O\\'I.r .
tli>' crowprt te''Iand lIrlfll >estrus Indttatry" .11114 t .1.u' + or I" F n. rut
,mitt, I Ih, I ," ,n buy a. triiri cf land fJi I ,1' I I .
.would riJHl a b K"of ttixlr! pro- Ii'li exltre..4tthr 1".., I,.in.Inthn I' ,, IIV.. .' 1'1 .' ", I l tar 111
.1 0 I II'''-' ". Klinarl. <1 lilting. ;< "rd. r' \ ,',.1, ..
IUmi'tr.
>1
jlxlilblt .
iSuntu for the;county .t 'b" 'hould IJtrtliwI I "'" \I" 1;'" I"
,,1 Ito "n, i I' >>1.. olfrn'l, tinU 0'II 0\' "i ... I lit, I illylialpleel ., I.. !
in.they art- gMarJ UK I" o.o. lIuitI.'oI i m > Ii. In II nil" I titlt'
fW'I' "
1.\IId I ,
<' '" ,'" n.' of twcntv i"' ot I I. n'"n' to .tJW. ..d P'lnl'l I laid you hue ,"MJiurtfcli'i, heel! I''lfl'. '" '., 1\\ I, I :o"J" \1 ,' Ill,, ell to 1111111! n I
"wn ,J I I' Idnt.1>' Phew off"r v "a uci-et f'.ot .. I"I .
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t.sI I air hem," liv .. 1 ,.'..,1-1 until arraIlJruu". 1., x ,, .
I I r I I I. ''I' /I i1,1 "r ,
I Tho..nse : tu.on ( -. ned that I* plot whators I Ilul"I. -I> I r nyh tI
""I''' I I b' lo lttin or buy .vultal gotting I' iitftldo* him aln'out c.-itili, I dolnt n"11' IhrOlllh join" Red, 111, unI" 'a ',' -111,1', the ,'' 1111,, '', ,' I I J nt. 1. \1 Wol. '

.Ot t ,.r 'I' .,.1 \ at the fair Mort or tllmw .. ),.'trW| Ma-nlir, of* <'"inin' rw .Ii 111r I ill ,, r, 1.1" I, dntl, , 41'ut" I Itil
H.; \ i inft 111! I.,' mu1" i nlw tholr forms err 1 i P'lie; '." II,I /In ,
.I'aa .J idol of .i.mwrtr ". ,on ml ]u" I'mpl'y n.Jrt. Ii'Pr '''t' I bout" I II I' i "" nt' u

isle o I Unit thl ntr,, I mi. I I.. IIfo ov.'. not" till bite jtM/ lo Mr wlni' I.'t'1 a. wnrh *o b'lildlad" dlbfiptly .II'IIN) Is I I''"his', '", I'Inr11. "I', I' II' 0 whl' I''III" 'Taw ,

....1'I",t <'oiiiity onto ,,OLiii.eil h,' ..."nl.. ''" I :up of Miami: : un ;slip -.---. I". !tutu n', '"'. ', I ,r IIIIt '

t .e I .11I IliAh1\'''',, Itppalri to th I-nlq..t' .$ en rtUr ,liiMIMiMtn. a"\I ""C.11 op I J'I r I', V Lt.l" I 1 I., \ i ",. '",

111 i .11 Iraa't" on tli, Pawl, A 111 i i inn nlure lop Nip etblhit "I I II I, ration. torn l,m tin' lot"1' "1'1" ,itonit> ." SCHOOL.GROWS "q' 01)0 I II ,, I II. '1'' '". n,1 n

I I. "'rt Ile i,. I'n'', rnii,4 nmrt 1. I r a eoarc' foot ot road J] One r<-a" in oily :Hr JIll helk'.t 'let' 'II 11 I. t I I -. ., "" '" .

O r I Imurr i from *o tawn'< bltorn"y: ;, from thi illtrtitmh : tens J Uotate-Uttil ion a i'hm,''c' t"> *' l a 10'*T'THht V" al.t, .. tI I 11111". ,. '1 ,.J> I
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''i. -B 1": i,r 0< MVmt, *! rp ill.rlni! t ilH I; u "[.(u nu.n U mrt Yeun W I..U/II. now If It lilt 'iM AT. FAST RATE 1111 .' ""' '" ''Or I. '. '11.h"n par', ha'" I I D"'y"' In"

idle, rl' I 1 .."/ M Mr Taylor loll> wltuthg'U ,tote ante, toned c1 ..,011- proI" flJlIIfIII&liol1Jl.! l I. plat,' man) .In I I't' l J. < wil 110,11, !Ir,' I J" II t I it I. D

? _II i might b. atone but elf 1 1In Iffranlo\ 0miratlon. Ro hue or rIld) txr.Ora I, props INItf boson.'TOO' 'aeo'n I,,' I,I, i I IIr.1o-11I"1I" I I that! 'h" 101 I I ill\ h. 1 I'I

V., A "n thu .ts&>j1Iet of rh''ltll1lr"erplnh'nl liormlNiilon from th. city to UHi ufllttl. 01J0 I IN clow t.. trod I.b- : ",1 .IH',,n ,' o. I ",, ,' I i nun I nit', i i I gnt'o" ,,I I.I lottit0IMEN
Inereaae in
6G Perent
( in FlorW City or \ Its a .' pkic or roaA,to flit on rtt-- I Icy pol.lsen lie oe..ttd. "Tli.atI ",10101 I -- --

r "d ; fir publicity. The elcrli' 't.lay ut line fi:r, H* Intsn In to Inform lu, l It..1f< would jittract m'\n7 .Inlcr/ Enrollment Is i I Record I r.Jn.t, "? ., /, rt, 1I'k, "',to' I WORKING

0" !' t''I. t tea, f-t t npwlfle Inforiualionn /'k., that tnvrc Ito 1,, "Ito' nil t' ,I F \ i Jtom If they would get ni.roi.nota- For Two Years ,I r, 0)10' I ? l M... l0 I a.... .

M TRyll'r. or TII'h road In Dad" Ciiinly Rune. lien. .. If a good' 1 raid o"ul,1 D,rI I the I h.. "t u, I, FOR ion MEMBERSini.
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ample day rc III through- .. nth" tiMrrakiu.iMlil'wmjr ,'
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SEU. BONDS TO BUIM) I I.olln u.w.l I In potter.will I* t.Ki l u: I I F rrc U.'n. Ihi ommw'al ftMIng "!%' carallmnat at the }Huni.-l I IHlh }\ rm Partnership to i I 11'1)I' I it Wrl 1 ,, "

from n pot hole seem Irt1*. from, down i I. Ttorlda ll"'-x ttitJ arm,,udbilnit "11M' thin Jf.r aln, ",1>' rheas h Operate l\igll\ (Mann nl rnl I I" ebenI +

ROAD TO KEY L.\RCJ fluent'l -." i.l for the UhlMt. yamlugo w..I4 rMiniwn' to 31 par east tncreajw ever lout y. .irl'itmJU I I .t..l' .,I M.", f ", tin W ,

The !iniiowlnc am KOM of &he 1Minm :ntltdJNld! to place .hlpuimta. 41c t. II. itoolMt last In r. Jewelry Utlincs: :, o'b III 1/.. \I '" .nIP'''. JII' "

Hoa.y. line been PKH'4 fr the mnU'by Mr KanioatW. I ...1It thoM nklpmMt* are mafc at .ponr"* to a qllP.lolIlVI to Him nl.ol i 'Igor I I.:. I' I.'" ".lurl.1 IhI' ,

hulliJNi, ot the Key lJT. Road A' i. Krowr--Avocado? and tanlpilnc Kurt tittn "!>< X.r W* t. the MfrM the local Kfcoaln KH A niodit ipr\ry\ aloe" rol' II."" .I\unl, ." 1tIlI'I''' ",'

ft mating of the f)Ml Qa\f t, board > "4* .thor Witt Ho .*.'..ad> fmt4iMMMaac < makia 'And tie tMnrnv will) b* rod: docked with 11"01.l Ihr t ....101.." 'n?" ,,'th..lol 114I

if peatnioMonaru TiM.toy m.rninMJp Joe Pblltlu.-OIW orals ef'tana**.. tt'gbt Cwag t. a mrlf '.anrr'' 'f 0'" rpm.tefaleuSImak .r.p.v< ': tatrr Miss the winter "ai- .ut I* .rellp.) 1.)' that of III" 0'J"o O'lbj'ot ur to.. I"" .... "W"" I ,

worth of .x..J. a .UI6 rlUhi I 1 Plnrlll avora< Wit 4Wllflwr. poses sough l-! im-tr,>poM! n Ill...Coo, i I. .11'" "t...
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th. roat bunt.stp sera Bell' t 1u1otIU vm'l""" fr I..t. KMnar DwWM, If .fg .**< = snak of tilt ) i iJ 11.11 'n thrum' ,
u> lay. M. Oran klit.: prteebl.1 WrmtSTltMd 1poIbor j eupilrhy If r ll elq' ..Montetali' I. going to vnmiu i' n "'" '' 1
Ua-u. rw 1'a' tps* ... Mep mart, furinorty fMeil amiprntiMt II.I an.I Ii.. ." .... war .?t to both '
fro, at.1o.COOkrnlsaloarr. 00 }pi $$ _.... "I'Mt'tCortl \tt /NILt':| but g.p.etaber. the rselry jM
tl5g.rult (1$. tl $ sadaa lbfre If we would" ...Id.| bf Mr, WOEW.I.it. < .MRvn U'I 1 nnil/ .to 't;
: \ R4 In" rabMliat 1tuf1" t plt_ttiI IkMl) two t own.f baa eased .
yea OMF MI- Mr. Martta free k..Mbt a half In- Conml I'm ,'It.h I i n n Taylor
>, .Mu>nt said that b* boil' work. >K'>1n r..t+ 1M slkdt+ -'k. Jlsalaterplore so ..... M Jot, ant IB th* enwlbnont .
N l,_ a seers 00.1511 11 IHM kt. A. .>.....r f\miry Co. ere thitl n'i'iil'r putiiii '_Ung .nil
mid h''. ,n, January on Ut* Ko LrK lit ever.... two pyseldtng.
\llI,1llabl.a feat
<* lie see ... Vow..TWHI bglACMratlttf 1.P MId Novrmi.i,r II/ ""' I Mtat Hnn

Root i thai will rbRriMt Jeer largowith 'Cantlninanice '...Ij'agp )tlw) \ dlt r p" 1111 idg .. their! .U.* ..l.geode 10lIMIt per Hl\er oil'1 ". tt. .I 1,5 prpiwnt tilUat 1
the Mimland at tb.tll., ", _... Hague ea ip dltbpl 1\1'- IoW
tIM .
ydr faaaarms... canilldativ Wi
,1.* 01 I'II I Ir .'OUllt). TIIo ahi .< tie j;>, .-" 11." and H "at H* wmm on den stir. 1'bo wbor the honday ari! cmwtng -
bonds tit Tniwlaya meeting fntlvitt riiiflMoa 'n,. ntlffi-.IUiOt! earl Hor IItCt If rare age .,.... >.. n.... gradeg Clone bows tlltt pr.wM stack will tie lini.>..iiil by a real treat ui the form of mi
d..pppea fit one buthftftr. aft. bout lt .oo' worth .( gdoda litr Mft iil Out MaJcHnftnager"! *al,,1 I I4r. '
the po.dblllty ...r any delay' on aoo*urt ma sobs prf ont at MM .... a imtetln .f 'M.At fillet '
im par the'tola! MrvlhUMt for the gag antbg and plating M %* < r lank of futxlii a* th. Ky Large Homestead Oh. CSub'i first raoaar.MKfor MMM w toed ait old rfirnltuna tot<-
.... year. was only .ff.Larol ." wtll h apertaKtlc .f the There .r. (I member *r A *cd Bead mug anof the main faatumi this season 0 tart Tuesday aJcht tr MhMli.< toI sera-solums peso.
""4nJa ular J Co. tt I* the aJmr W O. W. new Mr. Taylotaya
ralrgr
TldM rot In the band t.M of tI,- the rebl&ra&1e wW belItIU.-y-r- ,... '*l CW aieI., th. greesma4" rift boater ar* JnIere.t.4Js JetNns.tyl "
r f.Mr; M.Bw- sal Mr. M.wte. t. and membenhl team I Ie work
toO.O that wa ot4 wmral menthe a|> alttt la th. math MotbadMCbnrch. .. *..... much )nr uUir la geftiag rprt for tbff etntth ; set
It ..MIg U* IICGo It will b* built out of the money that .rMI t* MnMtoK fraprrir fmwth nr ant eomltI11J'.a.tI11 Iw
..04.14 po.05b1.' too by November
ale,.. ataklab. Irwin J. Lyon to director of the dub "if fed by .lad" ****r4 by the fttwtfe *f h* iehool


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w I I MI,, HIM torn appointed ;tearing ;::;for the Ki-illun' Orov., Mr. J [.. MrOulH: ;Fnrlne, who r The MlMcn Roaallnd and Isabelle K (i. Everett of Miami were Humlay

II"torSO'. n.1 I representative for John It Home INv"lOpt Co. ha been a patient In the Post Oradu n.. kppero.'n i> it ('0.. Inc. rrult and vc* ...... I. P. Jpti ef Moore Haven ate Hocpitat here:. will rtitarn horn I' nml. .pent the weekend with tbntr. IIeVery! and hi* family

,.,lul.lc .intrlbutom. Mince nocptlnvportion I. exn.ctd to arrive HoxeeteaJ tots wk, greatly Improved in heaitaMr I parent, Mr aad Mr Charle Becker Bryant Mowdn recently received a ps"
''II.. |at week. Mr Three hu. next week to make h..r how with her *. A. M. Mowlay of Klarimmo. batter irom hie mother Mr Madison ,'
ilpped' several, carload of grapefruit, _-...l.* and daughter, Mr and! Mr mother of ..... Bteaacr ,...., of J C. ToWNTMood who ha been Bowden of Jacksonville .njrlng that rom a ilx-wecki vacation apant In
,i.r hID company I:. R. WoodtMrr the high. eolMol faaulty. earn to vtiltlng kit daughter II.... J. O hi. father 1 Ia very III and that there U.II.ta Ororgla l and Clnolnattl
Ml** Mar> Iambi ha are rpt d nj.ottln ('. f' ronradl, traveling freight agent Homestead Wodncoaay, aooofflpantodhy Moor for eeriest week ha retaned la UtU hope of !till recovery A alrl was bora to Mr. aid: Mr*.
with Site .*.....lr Jeweliy 'or the Great Northern Railway wa Mia tie** lilatM *f l.rerbtli. ., to Uf Miens la TUalfcv, Qeergla.. Mr and Mr*, J. W. Cave and baby, Austin MoCullough Saturday at their q
Co. u raller at the loral packing hoUMUWndnMday North Car ]la k fItio:7.,. fewla heday. Mr. MM Mr. U M Welto M4 ohlW KonaM. and Mra B M. Godwin and I hem In RMUand.J If r'
Mr and Mr*. Erneet Ball.y. of IloKuyter ina ...iNgt.d to 'CoralpaW/ ** last pale daughter Loulno and Florence, II Bauer and Thomas Poet wen }
N. T, arrlvd Monday to Roy Myrlok, who U working at Miami Mr*. JaK......!*., Kara*, who Slmderi were week-sad .,..... of Mr. and Mr*. I Miami vlaltori on 1'1I"1t } x'r

make their' horn III Hom* t ..I.I Thry Used was In Homtad for 0 undrwat M fftttuim It .a*. ago t. i. Mead hue been ......, 11\ ). f. Cave at their home on Cam Mr*. Jim Vann and oklUfmi were ;r

formerly Hit'.I here but hod l .been short InialnrM viol WednMday left the Poet Dr.des. ECMptMl.W.danday tits wk avenue dinner .ue'ta of Mr. anti Mr*, E*, E (I
sway for five year. Mr wiry imyi Mr. and ..,. Charles 'J;'. Harper rOIl and Nursed to fc*. Mme.V the Slew Clyde and Matt Orubb Lake Deals who pont the summer I Patterson on BundayMr .
that ha hardly reoagnlaed 1fom.wteall.1 turned flunday from a itx-week' visit ... MomwNl aid A. M HareHn.representing wet Sunday guests at the Brook In Cltntoavlll returned Monday :: and Mra C. D. Wllaon and
.o fri-at and *o many nra the < In North Carolina, Virginia. and other tIN KoeBand Otflo Furniture homo M LaralM.Chart Mr. and Mr*. Hubert Potter.whohave I daughter Hllab. and Mr. Ralph J.

flat II..., taken plMi-f lint. 'hRn"'l I "southern point Compaay of afar... w.*.. bust:- ** Cltatoa who ha rpenl the pnt tKe summer at their homo I Tower of Miami pent laatTuatdoy
here hul M,'. and Mr.. 1'ah' )II'. and Mr. H I.. Cook turned MOM vteiton In fbh city Itoalay.Mr laat *lic: month la North Haven, returned In North Haven, fonn, are on their I with ICr and Mr*. C. 0. Houts.
irnia' an their glove land a lat Wednesday night from North'nr- Jack MoOanglMy wa allowedto home Tuesday night Mr way to their Flor'da Cl.y homeMr The Ladln' Aid of the RedlaudVothodlut

ef Kr o Bi"'* cm"I rf ollna when they bad been minding I leave Mr*. Hunt' .hoejiltal Wad- Clinton motored through and wa aeeompanled .. l-red nord rick of West Palm I', : Episcopal Church met with:
Q"Jptrr.'y. pi nldcnt M the Mil ne\rral month. visiting old Islands and ueday, tl day after MI .,.ratt_ br Charlie mart of Merrt- Beach I I. vleltlng Mr. Oorderlok. Mr.. Kathrlm Roller yesterday. The
amt: Lnnilwr:' (: : nod manag ''r Hi,: ,relating \ortoiw part of that ntnte Mn Betty Armt(*.* who underwent due Ooan Mr fcaart wilt Bond the brother J. M. sting and family far attendance wu good
HuinMtr I biunh or that r inipanyVIII I .tceompanying thorn on their t"turn, I an operation at tile Feat Oradtinte winter IB Florida City.Mr .***rl week A meeting of the Redland Guild will

lean flioiUr for Wllllamaport/ home wa n C. Jarrut )Ira <'onk'3 Hospital at. o'lok Sunday *. OUarlM MunaleUr $ad son, Mr*. Clara Tucker of Longvlew wn* be held In tho Guild Hall on November
J'.i on "i loon-week'. buirin'M vlnilVrrlvi I hi..th.r, who will I be their gumt tor ,! moinlng I la reported to be Improving llobble, ot Miami pent Monday afternoon the gut Of her sister Mr*. I.lbbia T. All member of the Guild
,, ,1t at tho Horn**!, .ul II itrl tin wmtPtMr '. rapidly The operation wa perfonui with Mr. M. O. Tracy oa palm Bower. ot Miami last week. urn urged to br present a* biulnCM
thin Oo', ens, Mr 1",11'0 I' N *. H. M Cruse. mother of Mr,. I. I t.y Dr J. B. Tower aid Dr. J. A. their will be trajuacted Del-
avenue.Mb Mr and Mn K J Rhode, of Importance
':illnno''.' .'', J. .I lull' Anurl'U., On; C N. Walker: will leavo tonllit, fir I, mlth Mr*. Armstrong I* II year. of be ehtrted to Wet
will to o
Jack and
son, Will and hi* children, crutea *
] nice II"".n.. I'tint" UOfda, tin, : JUoI"l lI her h..",M in DeLaml Xfru I Krnw.. I ""Il" and I I. well known and well, liked Mary Booker who isle pent Red.lA..d November 10.
Lillian/ motored through the Palm Beach on
'humpsun I i \\ ..4 Palm Bench; 1':. Di. spent tau \\ii-k with Mr ml Mr.Uilker .. : in >lil. community. MM to eftMtlouatoiy tlv imwimer In Miaul with net aiitera, YI.lt.4f4 Mr Thoma thrower ha been III\
dlitriot laM Sunday They "
"i i.MI; Mi, and,I Mr* .'. W. Waliott I Iit called Aunt Betty". by her abelle and Itoaallml, ha returnad .. .
1 able to be about again
I at the home of Dr Pet ron which I but now
,, rluii, .. anlHailiiy Mr, Mr Keen have trir nI. to her hThe --
I.""11? : Kred **lll> and Tom returned ,
",.*. Hhodm declare Ix the molt Word has been received that J T
front rrmixylvanla, whirr they I! ()iof Hor, who* leg WM broken In Rev. B. 0 Tanner sit the Fy.etf beautiful' and well kept place abs hun Van Winkle father of William Van
Mr Mia C. had. l wait 'i.n nril.knt. at Capo SaM two E Chumh, nor-
ant I (i. Amos cam tl linen pcnillnir tho summer I W515 lealaf
1' that In South Dad.. Winkle Maid the trip well from Red-
i"""'\\001l4I1YMOrnln.;' I ; to 1 iflittlve. end fiUmU, UKO In comfortably loaated a aewh I City. H* has writ"- will .
1 land to hIM homo In Ogden Utah Mi
.,v 1"I t \l la it to Mr. pool. Mm r Mr and ...... K::. H. Hlnor and thil room at tee Poat Oradjtat Boapltat, \back m Urn to fill the pulpit next Mr. and M,.. Harry Hunter and Mr. '
i It. Imu. .,.. Mr Pro< who, ,In nsw little daughter, of Knlamatno Allili. I I where h* can watok .,.. fwa/*< the day/ ..nd..... R B gchnllem pent Saturday Van Wlnkle hnalth wa much bece-
I Miami.T. (:ted by the ilx month h* spent In
i bin i mi" ly of 1M loaf Mints ur- arrived In Hom tit laatIdrlotrl/i .c It ,>nt MWiHn. 1 aerIso sly IU with D. Black and family who spent Kedlanil! ,
1.\111'0\ i n wurkel with Mr. Amos"" nasal wlnti suit to this fit)' I hey i uoge n *
.hoi h. ?an fr lhl agviit for the r. j jI will make their home while hers "ltlo Harry A r git I* and Theodore Orfanrd I '. II he summer m Mulberry Ma**., have

I t'. Kin" "", it Hamaal' I /r. and Mn J. A. Rmlth W,. Mlmr motored to Miami to atuad 10bmimtm \I and Mr*. Charlie Cartright of turned to their Florida City hoots I PRINCETON I
Ii. I. '| ,.I\ ?'tut i ,my was lull I"ftI"II'' n.l I to settle In Homoalrad for goo': !in th'. ', '*" ck i i"'> till Coitler oottage en Bkjhthj Lout Cable la nundn In the
\\'<>dneH i i |niiivlwlng
chi. with .1.I I is: I'ofti ot Noiniin Pink, 1 I H F Niles of RedtaBd, owner ofa I I".. aiinrd i In Homeitvad II1t1da aMIon and Mrs R 0 ..,..... anl IB Mm I'alm. look of Hunbholt Tenn, arrived Inrrlnceton d

'."t. wi'I "p' n a ooniliuian, ', n drug lil. chicken farm tbare, anderwent I Monday/ begun her dull** In for children ef North Carolto are tIW-) Mr tMI M**, ".'C. Heyawn and two Monday and will stay hero t
I I''""iuanlir! .-try In Hotuent' ,lU within/ I! an operation nt the Poet Graduate local office of the Western Upton, Ing at the taMt of Mr. sad Mil W. aatidntv Mn. W. B! Mytn and little during the cropping season. They

''0 next w' k.lr.. Allen htuoit to helie Hospital a week ago and 1* sari i. of which she baa charge. ... atrciwol .. e. Mren ea lUeftth ..... They *x- ,,danghtr, HOMO Bell, and Htr*. I. motored down from TennemeMr. .
| to ups t the 'bind,,;.M t",1.1but ''b" ..doing w,.II". H* will pnbablyb IUTMW a. beleg greatlrpl pact to "stay Mvural wotkii. : M Dobbin were UKunl vMtort oaTttatday. and Mr. 0. L. Capello of Miami

.-.ttoast, of the non.arrival of Im I there several week longer. ".uar.1 n Ith this city and With the 11... ae.,. *ItaynaM owning atM motored to Prlnoeton Wednesday to

I""Hunt' ahlnnMnl of Koad h.... trot Mr' *. 1 P Cogglm. a popular ro\n y ,,,,,plo h're. MM """. tJa Homsetido'tft thane Smart of Mtrtdca. Cone, look after their iaterlts her Mr.
.. ttilg.d to postpone the oaaWng. oIa'". matron who ha been In poor health Mr and Mra. C M Kin* ot ta> Md Mr* A. H.: French aid. llt- hat moved Into Dr 9. & ShteM'i home Ctpello owns a local packing houae.

Mr. aid Mrs. W. It. Crnv, Ton ilnoe JUM. I la now In tee Poet Graduate Inn, Michigan I will Ma** duly S'ht4r', t Iflatfgbter, Mjrrna. and H,. and Mn bn. Palm awnu. (Continued on Page Three)

\ .inn. anti W. H Cochran motored to llocpltal and I I. recovering her lu the North Saturday for Ham*l"iJ. ..:.-....- =--
faire, Reach Sunday .n-
health rapidly They Intend to boome permanent>*!(r
J I 1'1. Conliran of lahekei>, Klorldn.
(dents of this olty, according to MJ, %
The Alpine Orov. Dairy received -
termed In UometUad Monday tur a't J. K Imphrty, who says that thenthtwlaatlo .
w day ..llt with his ion W 11. a futl-bloo' l Tlolateln cow 'nupitat. letter of her .kfMhw,

L.., hron, man"rIt the tloinimt... the lint ef hiss week Herbert Btoutenberg. who recently

o.Opera!:\.. Mi(antll Co He reluinnd I H. Webilcr haa bought eke old ...m. here. wen rponibl far the

home Wilnday.Mi H F Tatum n>.l '.. J. I.. Glaa and Mr, n. t) Emma avenu. nrruplp at present hy moto KlorlJa. you any bargainsin
lialkcr made a motor trip to Miami Mr. and Mm S n Mill and their
Mr. and Mr. C. W. KnowlM of Miami -
luudajr afternoon. family
1 motored to Homestead \Vdn.
Mr*. j. F Umplirey and Mra A. The B. M Dunran residence o.
lay with Mr. Knowle' tether Mr1'lenon .
I">pie will motor to Miami this aftoronn Campbell itrett h** been purehaml real estate
of Longview who underwent
for a short visit with rlatlv by Garden B. Thompson Mr. Thompson -
an prtlon at a Miami bool'ltalllOm.
and friend. and his family will not occupy It
Ml.* Rosa Octopi mlurned Monday 'until May I. time ago. Mr. rierion I* recevsrlsgrapldly. I,
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from a tw* LIST THEM WITH
tin*. Mb OaUwn. who wa formerly "'red to Ho eta4, Friday with hr .

ncoountant In the Homeattad pout of- hrother-ln-law and Aster, Mr and I FLORIDA CITY ITEMS I w .. a le' P
flre. has aocnptnd, portion a* ,book- 're'M p. Walker, who were there .., r r ', "i T
kop for W J. Krome. 'with Mr. and Mr*. R. at CaV**|* no
1>1. H \*oo.Ibury halt bought ('hale the 4e-1I1'0er a.bM't4 lit the )Miami Th n... O M. V'reeman wise feai
boon veer IN for a few day I* r.oW.r- B.'W MORRIS
ro' truck and now ha charge' } of port. Mrel Rfok wi Joined Mr her f
Hi h' picking and hauling for thai packI huiband on Saturday and tile two returned Ing. .. ,I
I ,It house In Hum......... to Miami' Sunday afternoon Mr aid Mr. Max Loser Horae- I ;:,' ,..
I. ;
stead clashed at the Bllverma home
Mr B A. "'..rtc'r. wee under,".It with Mi, and Mr*. Chart' K. C.%e>. .
last Sunday afternoon
.i mrloii* "I"| ,lion in Miami on Oo JE.. HoRnetl, principal nt the J. D. REDD BUILDING. t Itt I
'her f, I I. now ni.If to lie upend about Moment,,,'ml, and Florida City at'hool. Walter rowan started Monday for l .:
Orlando where be wpecu to remain
lu"ome. went t.> Miami Saturday to ..Uen.to t
Ur. iiij Mrs W, ('. Biel ..at.tr anJ buainM affair. until tee tomato season Marts. -

tied I ''II Homestead several day ago. ihl* week from a summer spent ia the X Homeatead were dinner guests orMr I
1 ,ivn mined lain the Johnny Hhoile nurth *. BIHI....'. parent, Mr. and Mr.*. I have clients who want to'rent houses. "

I 1. HIM on Waldln ft.'a". Mr* atrln- Mr. and Mn A. H Cooley of Ak W B Ransack. lm Sunday. ,

,th.., i. a ester of A. II. Waldlnnl / ron Ohio, who are .pending the win Mr*. t. H. Simmons' I* having dental I i.f.jj., ..
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CLOTHING New fall
REDD'SOpening .

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otlnes. All -


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29.50 clothing, shoes, and men's furnishings at 10 to 30 per cent reduction. Season's latest them over."; .

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$34.50SHIRTS
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36-Inch brown cotton '\ "
> lOc 8-4 brown sheeting.
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I 32-inch dress gingham, <*, : Op* core o Canton. 3 15 SHOES ; '

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Work ;

shirts ,. . . 74c 45cpebble cloth l : 36 c $176 tub $ 1.393demen's shoes $1 95 5

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2 Dress shirts, the best.' "' Eagle shirting.. ,: 'I. : 24 C 75c table ". 47c Dress Shoes in all the wanted El 5 C

make yard . . . . . .'.'. . damask . . . .. . . styles


i 1.69 $4.90 82-inch I Imported ginghams, /IOn $ $1.27 $4.60T0

yard . . . . . . .: TCaSl* linen . .. . .. . . 9.00' sS.th' ; ',


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r NOVEMBER 4 TO BE OBSERVED i HOMESTEAD'S FIRST GIRL RESIDENT i SAFE AND SOUNDINVESTMENTS( ;

I TELLS OF SCHOOL DAYS IN 1907Hy '*
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: AS WORLD TEMPERANCE SUNDAY i
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You can't go wrong by investing i"'" I
r -- Mm Joe Arnold camped' "I Hi' depot l .nl butted for 1
) Mr... Malllor .... y Fox I'"i profrmmg (Chrletlanr regarllewi ollenomlnallon Hilton: ante: Mrrt ArooW waMJm .I...'r anti i that K" often furnlih'.I your money in Homf- limeades ;
t,., (.:. '. note: Mrm. UUIbuiiII on thin. dey... In u. a+k due king;. daughter of Mr. 1II\O'In" .";I" ,.,, ,, ,,. to hl.,, 'i ..h".I'I stead, and below you will I :
Foi. who came to lluewrerads nurwl\e. what we Individually' aro' and III.... Vk'. A. big when ate Il'h.) > ntrt i I.vled, I I In, a.k r..r some find real values.
from- Kama last May. has be- doing. to make title poielblc. In and wa a Hltle lrl here It year "->om I"i", I ht. to i I., a real Hunn some : I fine ei .... ';
Danes aa ....,\<- im-nibir <>(. thee about Homeeteartla pens. liens wee RumMK.*!** AM ..I.li-r to ,tie.l 1. ,.t,,I nd I I II h..n. ) 12 rooms and 2 baUureons. I I Extra ).!ars ,p'yy
tend W C T. I. Nee 1M a 4.- the violation of the eighteenthvmendnrnt gin ere blee. HIT gory awake Uitrr, Mvnral hundred men were I r
and
Double house l'
1t rado woman sad has UK Ilarmwgy a laughing matter in keel see tf w* would the to have 1",nt by the Florida Beat Toad rail apartment I
and helpful "plrlt ot M maay wrMrn warn- full ef aaloom appreciate the fact ,o Key Wnt "fleeing the many Homestead. House painted, feed I
en. law yar she taught .In KanM : that rendition under the enforce"< Nineteen yearn make a differenceIn on on the glidee/ quite a contrail to 1
aad wan at-tlw In teninvrannrbxh went of our federal taw are better a place or at tout U .... tn Home yean ago Mr Home and fapa were I rooms ceUed Would make Candies J ,
In that ......t'.I.) than they were In the eM day* But Mud., fw If anyone bad MM me I'd the fleet to plant tomatoes on the nice rooming house. Price '
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,atII rn ,mber that the good' people ba writing tee trying t*> for a tW.NbroegklM Eaat Olade Then other famine moed \"- $3,000 rub or $3,300 terms. V .
November 4 will b* World Temper of thl* community, are iwaewaM ....epa,ec I weed have In and finally w* had enough people -
ads Sunday for a continuation of auek lack of law 041(54.| MM "tone" for a .....on. which was given bya 5-room Cottage in North Hot pop comExcellent
Tt at I. the day .t aside In Sunday eaforoemeatW We .... moved MM by a work Ret ..... Edward at the erctloahoue Homtttead. $900. catb.
rohool throughout the world for have a local W C. T. IT teItomeoteed own, ilno Papa WM eeMeeted" with H
pMlal thought of tmpranee It In and on Its roll. all mm and. HM railroad and va M that the Find &'hool .Balance, terms. ice cream
the runt of the oo-opratlon between woman wte are Interacted i* tenpente -' mall. track WM .law only .. far u Our fleet ...., wa taught by a
the Inlema".llIIIlIda' Mhool Board I .llvlag .....14 Ineorfte their the prevent erewlag. The first thing Mrs. Hudeen.. there were II pupil Do you want a dandy location .
1 and the Women. ChrlMlan Tintpcranot name* the Men aa honorary number. w* did was to plant a canto' and Men people earn la sad began to for filling station, Roasted peanutsQodaaand
Union. Surely' H I* worth wblle and Me women .* active warirlMmember tomato, that la after w* had located take homesteads We tack ear a* lathe grocery, meat market garage -
for one day tn the year. to be spent 1 *. A drive fee meiafceri I* a pet beta which DO found year ...t. and moved Iota our ,
by the whole' Chrtotlan world. In oonMerlng now OB, and all Inter**** are asked where ho leak o( Hometad now house when It had BO floor-Jmt T I have two corners t

the advantag of temperann! : to attend. the next meeting. M tko ....... board laid together and no wlndowior Nice Building tots in N.
in all phew of it?.. homo of Mr A U DM; .a Utttarctraet It was several. _'II. before we door. Our' only mean of navigation
It l II worth knowing that While : FrMay, Mvmtir.*< Th w. 0r bad a neighbor. -who happened to was walktag then and .later wepoanaieil Homestead, $200 to $500. sundaes
Ononlnnd and the united St.... art i U. with Ito .*.,..* member.*, I* tin .lit W D. Horn He..wd. etorewhiok a mule and wagon We
plonaen In prohibition many Buntpran I ...rt4'. largeet woman'* ergaataattoa.Let blew down the second day after uaid to put hay In tho bottom ef the Have 2 Lots Tatum's Addition
4 eountrlui are InUreitrd, and alls u* make thl World Temperance It wu tlalakod, and ot ......, b* wagon and all get In for a trip to the Left at $150 each.ACREAGEYES. CALL ON US
? the world If anxiously watching the Day a rally day Indeed for the caua rebuilt It right away Our next neighbor lance at Redland Our fleet grove
outcome h.rr. It I I. worth while for of Mnperanc* In Hemeetead by adding was our fleet depot ageat, Mr wa only two acne In pear. and BOW I
u* to realize again that the public our utrcafth' in dollar and tn Warr.ll, now agent at South Jan. we have It acre conatttlng of grapernlt HAVE: IT 5Vacres with 2 ."" 944+ .VMO
S opinion of a community for proper potion to the local orgaaiaatlon which Veer Were NunxTotu orange. pears, aapodllla. dews, r"1)
y law elltOreem4ln' b the condition that can help to make Horne lead. and ILl I might **y right here that deer cb........ and many other klnde of !1t acres largebearing treed, ,
t make that ontol'Ct'm.nt1111.*. And vicinity a better place la which to live. were 10 plentiful they slept in the treptae, frvlu. Tine ha changed and 1500. Terms, i/o cash. t '

back yard et the Motion house, and w* now have a modem town bit 't 1111I Wa.I .:r S
illation with the revival at the M tho- the quail UM to cat with our chickens time can never change eke tie that 7 4-5 acres with 2M> acres t.e n
diet Church ar well attended Wed I remember. .... that the Indian. bind the old homecteader. bearing trees at $2,000. ix.
In and Around Homestead I IContinu.d ... ... et
nevday'i meeting wa held wilts Mr cash. Both these tracts are I
vt N Vf. C. Campbell Thee mooting b*. t
( From Fag Two) tin at I oelork. The revival. whichI just north of town across \ :\ I
being conducted by Be.. I. T. Whlt- HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE railroad from my home place \\ g ,
Mr Orlo Halnlln of Redlahd oame worth of Silver' Palm U held In
to join her' many friend at the Woman the Princeton Melhodlit Church every 100 acres land for rent at : 1 1Putting I
'* Club chicken upper Wednesday night 8 (
FOR SALLUntil Highland-10 to $12.50 per
night The high school wa entertained Iu : g
M1 M.... D. R. Adklnwn of tlallandule till packing house Prlday/ night by acre cash rent. Good roads, LifeIn
I. here vliltlng her parent, lit and MIN Padle Murray and the Minter Tuesday, November 6 ONLY packing house, boarding i it .
M.... J. D. Me8ff.enyMr Mar,.... Mary and Edith DehrcnCbaperene Old Shoes
house etc.Wanted
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", and Mr* Fred Wlleon and Ml** were" Mr. and Mr. lleh- Since I have sold my home and am compelled to move, I t
+r Wilton and Mi. Jan Waldron motored ren. Mrs i. L. Murray and Mr. : One Share CropS
will offer for quick sale : W..III take your old and
to Princeton Sunday to vliltMr Wright About 10 were preMnt per to plant 40 acres toma : dilapidated. mho r .- m a k e
*. C. N. Kenderaon. In the afternoon Household' furniture. them strong' and eervlceaM I
they motored to Royal Palm Jack--"You say you fell from a ladder High claw bedroom wU complete. toes. Must be able to rur. again Da wy with wait.
? State Park where they enjoyed a picnic and were painfully Injured Why Dining room furniture. himself and furnish all help. : JA't u* repair throw your them old .away.hoes.Pont .
nupper don't you file a claim on your Insurance Living room pets
Mr and Mra O. Petereon spent company?" Cluenoe-"I would ilKup book caw, notional, bent m eke. Regular share cropper : when they can be mad
h Tuesday In VlamL but you see It warn't exactly an aocl Parrel iprayeiv complete, Qouldt make terms. .. good aa new

+ Mil L Ramunen I* eptndlng peeo dent. I was planning to elope with Knapsack eprayerPump ID-room furnished : We work wtvH you watt i
Mabel and I mlatook her lather' room jack. never UNdo apart
the I I. re-
era days In Miami where .
celvlng medical attention. for her..'-Lai Angela Tlmoa I I Many thing eahnot be ..nfIIM.l ment, $60.00.1room !: BURTON'SSHOE i ii

fin\t\ 'Woman'* Club ha bought the Shopwalker"See that woman over furnished apart.
office of the Drake LumberCompany SHOP
building MURDEN i
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there? Well she lUffen front kleptomania
and will UM It a* a tempo- ." ment, $25.00.THE a

vary club IIOUM. Th. member will Mr*. Mlgglae-"Good raclouahWhy l Honte now open daily The Arches, : Tel-a-phone
Tueeday. afternoon HUSTLERSJ. it !
t there next
meet doetnt she take something for It?" (for private tale. Modello. Fli. .
member t Fifty-Fifty
The club ha about II now ,.
Shopwalker- She will In a minote.EL -
The prayer meeting held In con- .u. FREE, Owner J rbel4ei4e.i ; .
.ell i444 ri 44b4O.44s.4 "
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HOUSEHOLD I BEDDING I
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HARDWARE Oood blanket .. "l.itlilanketa

I regular' n... In |l
It 00 aluminum kettle ...,-. 'l&0 I value. 11.10 to .......h..... .... SS.4JPepperell
e t.It wish tub ............_........ 1.00
tieel* .1. "rt .........."|.43Peipperall
Mixing bowl, lie to .._..__.tlM
tie wash board "...'" .. .'5c pillow' cn<.. .. 4SO <'
..C"+b. 11.to while. enamel' bowl and -Ib. Rolled Rdge maitre 111.00

r pitcher .... ............._.__.....-4130 Good towrli tic value lv
12.to white enamol eomblnet..II.Tl (!?vil pillow "1.14
?5o grey eaamel dl.h pan .......JiocFARM e l
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SUITES l

lamp a beauty .. ........10.00
Boudoir lamp. II to ... .. .flOOO ned< room nulto. In oak walnut bury and two ton'. $7S to .. IIO.OO
1 to I light flxtur t>.10 to 15.00 Pining room culte In oak. walnut and two.lone effoit |7t to 5100.00
4 t chandelier alt to ...._WO.00 Living room suite In mahogany. walnut. fibre. need. 160 to .1250.01)
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e Bracket lamp tl::10 to ..._...n.." Breakfast room lulte. plain Ivory or two-ton ItO t* ...n........ '&0.00 GENTS'
Candle nature ".10 to ...._.J1S: ."
,4 Shade and globe die to ..$10.00 Spuelal during aate.-bed, It-Id Relied >Bag mallr. and, N.tlon.IIAII".
Special It and 76 watt lamp ..Mo I springs. an A No 1 bed Mom outfit fore ..__....UIl.OO FURNISHINGS

V Ire, tube, awltahec, etc., to OH...
lilptcly wire. and llglil your ..-. ODD PIECES t>n>M ihlrta, tic to ..... .. .. .....tJStraw

HARDWARE ,.. ... ...... 11.00
Biteaalon, table. 111 to$50.00 Ihwues'Ol ISO t* fell velour hate SIc to l.TJ
Ubrary table. *. 114 to ..... .. some ebtffolller.1 to ......._ ._. 1000 I
CROCKERY ANDGLASSWARE lite potato rake ...................tut Center table. to. umiOil: Drenien 111 14 MOO Men aa4 boye' rap 4tc to.. I.tl
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High chair. II to .. ... _.
i.l. ell can ..00 Porch rock ..., 11 to ..._.. .. .1.00 Bow-foot bed ..._...._. ....... SOU Men't tweatera, 11 TS to ... ...oo '.11
11 shovel ,._. ..?, 100. ...... tt.ua Iron bed ........ .'.00
Hocklag chain II to Square poet
t/; 16: : pitch fork :....::::::.:=- tM; Tlalng chain II t. is.uo Whit Iroa bed. II to..I0.01 DRY GOODS Won drew pant, II 4t to ..... ....

15c tumbler or glanei .... ......IOi- III hoe soil handle ...... .. I.M Kitchen cabinet, |IO to U.OO Folding 1 aprlngi __.. ." .. 400 Men drew ."..., II H to ft.45Mea'a
1., No. 1 lamp chimney ............__..loc 1.to lantern .._-......_...---,_ 100 Refrigerator, ItO to .. ...... "OO Coll springs' It to ....... ..... WMMOO GIngham. per' yard. tic to ......4KCverfaM j
Berry napplea. *et 18* to ... _...':3"
I'->; Fruit and cake plate 40* to .....15c't. buoket _......-.............-TS ., bey mopenden lie ff 4,
chit madras. yd. lie to tile ly u
toe to ...5.00
Salad bowl, baautln
: Cup and 'kaucer ....-... .. ......__..V> NOTICE Cetenaw yd. lie to ..-.-....... ..45
t, Dinner and pie platea 100 tc .*W NOTIONSWriting "'hila we are disappointed In not getting In all our new Curtain draper,* yd. lie to ..40c Tie. tt.... tI... Ito to ..... ...... .M
line we going stead and putting them on rate a. they arciv. I
beaulle It* te _.TorOlaw ; are LI... *JVCrap -
Berry bowla yd. II it value
per ..... 1.1$
W will BoulhaI. chanoole belLI. belt. lc to
give the peepl ot County a Belt.
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ate to ......... .. .It JO tablet. 5 for .0
lamp real value Our motto I "It I not what d ehtn .? $1.15
:. got some *: ya pay II l "value e
pyre euewrele II .. __....4*OH Dot stationery, fie to ..............4... bat what you get that counts" Our margin of profit during sale elk ta".... It lo vain .. 'I.n Men, work ihlrt. 14. to ..-.1MB
Talcumfed face powder 110 to 4"e will 1 be too cloee for safety ail prlee are good only II days Hoop flannel (......... U value 12: .S>
t Mavl vanlihlng cream ...... ....$(1 November I tel 17 Incluilre Poeltively B* goode charged at Canton crepe' ..... value ....111
GOODS Toilet water, lie to ....-41II sale price. I'11tIf'.Upa.. R n" '
SPORTING '
we win put en aale sack day a* long aa they last three ar-
Ladle. 1Jaa.J1t'1""<:1I1.,.. I for ...IJo tidci: to be sold nt I u than reel I-oak ever dally ipeclala.V.Ith Prince slips negularIX Boy' ihlrt and blouse, lie tee eatMen's
".0' bicycle tire for ......__WJKII > Bead _._.....__ _"'.n" _...._4.o each |l.do i".rchnac a towel holder i* given free. .tl value .__.... ............. .,.., 1
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".' .to bicycle tire for ..-...flMtialla Ladle belt and girdle* ...... ._ltoOuttona > j. v. FREE, ugr. Prlnoeee illpe Regular via check pant -' IIJ

n:. bata mitt* gloves tie tolJ-W ,. 10. value.Otto II I* value .. ...........-... .......II IS Good khaki, pants .. .__.....$1*5

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t GIFT FOR MOTHER GIFT FOR FATHER GIFT FOR SISTER GIFT FOR BROTHER Girt for Sweetheart GIFT FOR WEDDING

tt, Kitchen Cabinet Bedroom Sippers Silk Sweater or Scarf I Tie-Sox-Silk Shirt Vanity Hand Bag Set China Dishes '

; '. Nice Rocking ChAir Reading Lamp Ivory Dressing Table Glove-BaIl and Bat Pearl Necklace Set Silverware

,? Ll'braryTable Smoking Set Cedar Chest or Trunk Knlte-nazor Pretty Wrist Watch Chairs-Table-Bed }'


Monday Extra Special Tuesday Extra Spetia\ 1Yednesdsy Extra Special Thursday Extra Special FrIday Extra Special Saturday Extra Special If

Wash rag And soap 12c 50c ties . . . .25e Slx90 sheets -------$143 PeppereU pillow cases 35e Men' $2.50 hats .$1,75 IOs.. sheeting $1.00

,"". Turkish towel . .1ge Aluminum tea kettle $loU 60c socks :. . .35<< 25c children' hose tOe Men' 40c belts . .2Oc 75c broom . . .6Oc

Toilet soap) 8c two for 15c 25c hose supporters .t6e 7 writing tablets . .2H: 14-qt. dish pan. . .40c lfo.l1amp chimney .1Oe. 30 cakes: soap . .$1.00



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Publishudy< lliuriday by the I!.._ :==
When Adapted to Dade County's Needs Mo it was that they thought o'taking
Sooth Dudr Publishing Company : M hen the Lard showed know how
_.. [ SedetyH Seeks
Another
--- kes the promised land was this a Orphan ono without the other -
t. L RAINBX' :
II R AKC1IIOK. KdltorNl'IlY By Children
reward for services rendered or a LBACH: Assistant BdltorMAIUORIK County) AfThMhtoral Ageat
punishment for sins committed T Some together wa where w* hid an opportunity

BACH ARCHER anos ***. (Queailoc will b* aawrd In thl* 001_..) say the former, some say the latter i Tk following .taotaneos make plain to place a brother and ...

Manager I What say you? Might MOMS have regarded unr need of food clotting. and money ter, but when the people found oua

.. -r;ntered-as ..e j; IImMI- JUlie -- the vision o* both reward andpunbehmentt Wo certainly appreotot your In- lbs girl they wanted had two brothers

16. I ID21. at the post ow.,. at Home1.1 October U, ml. and the clearing away of all weeds and I t,,rt and stir of help through publicity they Immediately decided they would ;
My dear Mr Italney: trash low the seod thinly, about Ito wish
".1. Kiortda, under the Act ot through your pep r, and take all three
please irl\n me (Onto Info t oentlmotor apart, and cover the
Will
March I. 1171Bubsr.rlptlon. you A man who. In middle life love no The Home*tae4 Leader all success children stay with usa
of our
cultivation of the seed not more than one oeMlmH** Some
------ metlon about the of the l I.
one but himself, has lost sight Th chief work .f our society
rate U 00 a yew ? How lo It propagated with toll then water the bad long time, as thy bat physical r.
papaya O. N. thoroughly III.* dry season It is | chief purpose of living at all. child ......... A* w* believe every. defect to be corrected. We have oral ?I

Th papaya grow better: In warm well to mat the ....1104 where It low I solid I II settled to a home with lovIng of toy now alto after a while win b* t'
No matter how high below or If b* to deprived
THE LOADER'S CREED climate and rich lenity wdldralMdoil. I Ia shaded from tho hot midday ray be what parent*, It ibis to ro to oomo good home. Whenhe
above a woman's garb may through mlsfortun,
W* bellove la Homestead and although it nl the sun under ,,"lor It maybe his own homo cam to u* he could hardly see.
modesty
to tan of If enable true ubstltute. for
th reetloa of small may 'la our aim to provide a suffered great deal of pain b*>
D.fl. oountr can be grown Ineeettomi shaded by a and a \ .
selected
We believe M us reseat future, that are I bamboo frame on th* MIl of whtohI An old method of Insulation: this! In the form of a carefully mule ot the fact that his uyeiuheehad ::

and IU potentialities touched" Bf" fight placed grass or palm Ma**. It tk* I KhMlng through a veil.TO foster home receiving horns grown In With special medical

We beltsv in lie citrus fruit In. frmt. This fruit mod t* planted during lbs rainy season W Wvirsid* maintain our that w* may attention be U Improving daily. We w.
order
a bed of palm leaves should alwaysbe at In little girt In the north at on
have
diuitry. IU avocado Industry, It* a
I I. grown, not only AS OU FRIEND ebUdren who come to us
over the ....11I4 to protect ore for toe for crlppUtcMldren.
rich land It* famous east doliclou put Cheer emlle of the finest of hospitals
glad because it l u a npl Per though yon awry when w* find a tOlter
time
pralrl tomato laid It* *....t111I.11I0' fruit but the seed from being waked out and And lean upon a oat?. until a them W* hv a *rylarge Bns cam to u* from a

land and IU aalUtcation the plant from being beaten down by | You'll than ITo hum for try wretched home, where oho bad
plat because 10011- need a younger man at the present time and
U a regular Promised tame! a milk I (ho heavy rain. writ your epitaph! family otter of homo especiallyfor not enough to wear or to oat, and
which Popeno comment upon the Irregularity need the knew nothing the Joy of lit*. She
I-and juice tn an severalrots
We have
which the pre..nl'In our older boys.
W. believe <. cur professionalmen. active principal papaya DKSIQ.MVO IX SCHOOL number was a victim of Infantile paralysis
brother and quit a
the distribution of tho aoao*. "Notmally of f
and bu U known a* papalnI Lowbrow. Ton peak lit designingIn and wa practically helpless from the
tradmn our
Our &1arl Theyare
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be placed
b* writes "It I* dtoeolou. of boy to '
school Do.11 that all high- waist down. Her back wa badly deformed.
Theodora mean
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bellv In their preaent '
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w*
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own with stamlnato and pMUIat (male all exceptionally fine lads, and 0-
Peckholt tint trained In For week she Las been
and clrto school stuilent should be many
enforoement -
law
desire for and female) flowers produced on dlfferent serve aa opportunity.It '
but the
cast, now
this which greatly aeilgnlngTHlgbboewi lying In a plaster
enayme.
separated
Improv.mentI.WO satisfaction to u*
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plant CroM-poUtMtton Isneoewary I. also a great
Its Ye No other Mrcls come to u* that the r
will resembles animal pepsin la dlge.tive : glad new '
teller our people appreciate familial together
to enable the plstlllat flow. when wo can keep "
action, and which less become could b* of greater value to tho Individual measurement have been mad for .
The Leader's effort U vr. to develop fruit This 1* effected Jut recently ono of our worker had
vnluable a* a medicine for dyspepsia I or to tko community. her brace, and she who was a help-
glvs them new*, advertUemenU by Insects. Among seedling plant tile I the of teeing the reunion of
pltouir
and ilmllar ailment. It.* aim ueed I Lowbrow! I think you will need to Irs cripple iWlll. b* able to )walk
editorial that will brio, them .. tried for along
and number of staminata I. usually .It.er two little girl. We had
for th. clarification of beer WlUonPopenoo I put a Q B. D. t* that proposition, with crutche.. Who know but that ti
tho greatest moaiure of truth. Justice than that of pistillate Only atew time to find a home far them
..,. that its dlgatlv action for In the first plate but comparatively on* of the famllle who bays her
and helpfulness. of the former being necessary apolllalMrs together, but had not been eucceurful
ha* long boon rocognlaed In the tropic few designer are needed even brother and lister will not take
We believe that It U Our duty (certainly not more than I An unusual opportunity presented It-
u I* evidenced by the common practice in a largo Industry like furniture IMsabeth also Or perhaps torn
to oem the publlo to tho but of : one In ten), this excess of atamlnat Hit for one of them, so.w* decided It
rub the Julrngave making or In the textile factories, to be
of the native* ,who home which I II now cnlldlen ;will:
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our ability, that w. molt keep faith .to, from the "011''' standpoint aa i vi best to let her go She had not
meat to make It tender or In I that you would b* educating everybody open to her.
with the publlo at all time, and objectionable feature. been gone many> .Necks. when the
to do what few
preparing a fowl wrap It In papaya only a can prao-
trial' do moat print aU "In addition to the slamlnato and that must have the Very truly yours, t
to oo wo family wrote they
can't
leave and let It remain overnight before tloe, then, la tile oeoond place, I
the now* without fear or favor or cooking It plstlllat form, many intermediates remember that I over heard of designIng other Uttl girl too. They are *o devoted Marcia Pratt Johnson

prejudice or color, stool honest While commercial papaya-culture have been ober\ed In which both when I wa .U school. to both children that they don't Assistant Superintendent. 1
.
",e. are combined In one plant. Bt*
publicity/ beet promote community probably houM not b* attempted Highbrow: Nor did I; yet for nil
mlnate flower occur with rudimentary
welfare. north of Palm Deach. good fruit are dtlgmu may and ovaries, which that It will not U difficult to how particular; they engage In trade In I I lung True

occasionally produced In the central give rlM to small worthies fruits, and that It w* propose to bo first, or which thy should b* originator u Don't b* what you ain't,

PAINT IP part of the state when a mild winter second' or even third among the natloiur .'
CLEAN W, there I* a hermaphordlte type which well a* killed workmen; they go Into .I. be what you Is,

Doth Homestead and Florida City allow ties planti to reach fruiting ate regularly produce perfect flower., I te In the Industrial art these pro- factories where they should have ar- It you I* not what you am,

'liavu sanitary ordinance which pros without injury," write Mr. Popenp elf-pollinated, and yield excellent posed course will bo not a luxury tlMlc appreciations even It they are Then you an not what you I*.

h Ids penalties for tho violation thereof in his "Manual. of Tropical and flub- fruits Numerous other form haw only, but a necessity.No not specifically. designs) and they

but those are provided, for thoe Tropical Fruits been described (se* the bulletin by nation ha. ever attained a highdegree are citizens. having the uttermost voice If you're Just a llttl t&
rltlMiic who hays not sufficient witi 'Tor a permanent orchard M con Higgins and Holt), but th. Importance of excellence In Industrial products ss to what aspect, artistic or b artl.tlo ..- Don't try to b* a frog.If .
In des t.nue* Mr. Popenoe, "Th plant should that ha lust trained lie people
'speit to keep their property of these Is essrnd by the fact the houses, the roads the landscape you're Just the tall hDon't
week i des tie et not few than It feet apart to appreciate good art when they see
i i-nt condition. Clean-up that during the lifetime of a plant ball hr'r. Finally except for try to wag the dog.

signed to provide. a pu11togetherpettod Th papaya I I. chert-lived and will It may change from one form to it, and trained IU workmen a* well the rtandardlxed! product of auto

when olvlo pride will ties above not usually remain In profitable bearIng another U it* special designer to bring a matic machine, Ilk the automobileor Yo'> can always pas the plat. \

con.ld.ratlone-and bring more than three to five year cultivated artistic test to bear In and '
nil other "In general, It may be said. that the shoe, the artist-artisan is a If you can't exhort preach.If

forth results far above the itandardi That It I I. extremely simple of 'culture plants which develop from the seed a* It* production. Franc stands preeminent necessity It thl nation a* a consumeror you're just a little pebble '.. .

of common decency. 1* proved by the rue wltb which Itblames pure pUtlllates will retain their sex In this training while England a* a producer is to hold her own In Don't try to b* the beach

Clean-up means brighten up paintUp naturallied In tropical regions without. modification but plant which I Ie following close upon her footsteps. the realm of artistic production. :This '\

spruce up trim up Clean-up I and by the thrlrtinea ofthe commence life a* pure etamlnatee may many. mean* that the man shall b. trained Don't b* what you ain't if;!I

week ihould only mark the beginningof I wild plant which spring up everywhere undergo a change of men It has betnuserted In the high school tn artistic de.lg*> I Jes' b* what you I"I

a continuous clean-up campaign Uthl i along the foadaldee." that Chang of trial nation. Only halt civilised na- ing for the man who play it quart,
a sex maybe
Mctloa of the lOunl,. P J. Webster wrlteo tho following Induced by topping the mat tree tone Ire satisfied with Inartistic ro- Lowbrow: Can you think ot any; Ii a-goln1 to get .'hi/.."-B. U. MagIn .

The mayor have called on everyi" concerning. the care of the papaya or breaking Its root. Of..1. Iron.., duct. other n..oa' (( *.
I. "When the plant hav attained a On reason why American machinery ',t,
J Join In the clean-up c..mp..In.rM
> to who studied this question In Porto HIghbrowl Ye, titers I I. one In
varlov church height of about I to 4 Inch., they ha been so popular In foreign
of the
and
paitor Rico reached the conclusion that particular that I should like to develop No man would dar go horn

run 4o much to start the week off are ready to bo transplanted to the cither condition than till Ions of the countries I I. that It .. nearer perfectIn but can only mention now It ay to hli wife: "A bunch of v*

light by calling the attention of thlrcongregation pica where they ar Intended to grow. terminal bud must be present to InJuc form than any other. Th. German I I. this: Every Individual should have 'chewed the rag alt afternoon"" Heput.

to the fact that eleanll- "UIII_ the transplanting ha been plow ha. a straight beam, with a least avocation It this "I In four-hour
at well
a change of sex, and ho suggests on a a* aye way was a
I II next to Qodlinens, and announo preceded by a good rain, the plant straight stick for a handle, together "
new that the tree may pas* through definitely cation. He should know how to playa eonferenc*. -Type Metal Magadne. ,k kIf
the date of the campaign from should be thoroughly watered before with crude wooden track to support
Ing recurring oyster of development well a* how to work. Now, thereis
tluli' pulpit. they are removed folttbe oeod-bod. the front end of tho beam. Whatever dollghtful Uncle didn't know Russia t*
and b* subject to the change no play so enduringly & ,
In order to reduce the evaporation of good taste In form the Germans pooses
week must form of Industrial art. The recognise her. Toledo Sla41A
Nv Rmyrna u clean up only at certain period L. B. Kul- M com tight
water from until has been limited to the fine arts
Ibo plant they are
.
hove had a .", ltl' and It go that curried karnl, who Investigated the matterIn handicraft have expired u vocation

It through to the hlgriMt pinnacle well established In their new Qu..r.to" India, came to the belief that and instrument of exactness. Ilk ml- but they make. the moet perfect avocation dollar Is now worth a million
i and .1...... Even
about three-fourth of the leaf- croscope opera
; of success. If the pi. lamatlon of change of sex t* not any way connected In existence This point mark, but the mark aren't worth
her most of the excellence I
Conlined
blade should trimmed off
the mayor and the program of the b* with the removal of the terminal must await a future occailon.-C. D*G sm-thlng.--Philadelphia Inquirer.
clean. a* published In tb.N.w "In unaplantinfr, ., take up the plants :* blbrl.J world has
up period bud He found that male :; : I
Hmyrna papers ale, Indicative of with. *o large ball of earth that asfew plant In the course of their development no I perfectionof .. ... ..
root are rut or disturbed as possible the American plow, the threshing
Anything may present a number of different
no not set out the young plant machine, tractor, automobile locomotive :
"Away with rubbish pll*.," said sex combination
d""ifier In the now place than It grew passsnger or Pullman car and
the In Ins proclamation "Ban- Popenoe quota the Dutch traveler '
mayor In the nursery; firm the mil well woodworking and other tool*. Th
Uh the plague spots! Clean up the Llnschoten, who wrote In tilt: ''Tb.,.
tarn I. true of automatic and semi
around the root, making I alight. depression HOMESTEAD CAFEUnder
I* also a fruit that out of the
strrrtc and alley) Cut tIM weed ram automatic
around th. plant and waterIt tool Out If you want to
mow the lawn and trim the hedge, I thoroughly Hpanlsb Indies, brought from beyondye Itt an Idea of the ugliness that still

llepalr and paint every building that Phlllplnn or Luon to Malacca, deface Industrial look Into
"In order to protect the tender product,
"needs It I and fro thence to India, I* I. called new management of
plant from the sun until It I* lit.bIt th* first mall-order catalog you can
"W. need thus thorough cleaningand Papalos and 1 I.% very like a Melloi,,-
limbed' I I. well to place. around It a :lay your hands upon. r
renovation. It I I. the oenslbl and wl| not grow, but alwale two together -
few leafy twin at the time of plantIng All this mean that while the .pedal H.SCHLEGEL
thing to do --for the health, safety,. that I* mat and female--and designer ha beta
It I* well to set out three plant professional *
thrift, pride. and happiness of all our when they ate dlulded and let apart
to each hill, and a* the plants grow able to malt ."Ietl, machinery and<
people one from the other then they yield
up and fruit, to dig out the males or some artistic machine Ilk* the care

'II I I. everybody' Job. Every man. the two poorest fruiting plants. no frulto at all. for locomotion the great mar of the
"With the Introduction of Regular Dinners and ti.
woman and child will be wpecteJ "If the plant cannot set out grafting people are till la a rudimentary eon Suppers

to help. Let there be no .lather*." In the field at the .b Indicated, as a mean of propagating choice pa- dltlon In artistic affairs.My i ,.

Clean-up wk hould be regarded transplant them from the s.sd-bed to parse .la Florida, one named variety, first contention is therefore, I Short Orders a Specialty
the Hlmmonda-* established, but "J.
a* a yearly city-cleaning period a nursery, netting out the plant aboutI that training In the elementary "

No matter how clean wo keep our to It Inch* part In rows! a yard the Mock ha degenerated and it I. pier of design. will do more than rlnc"'l. Try our Sunday Chicken Dinner .
no longer Grafted
houses, there are period when we apart *r more, to suit the convenience grown. plant of thing clue In the development of artiste -
the third and fourth from
devote our whole attention to the of the planter. While the best plan I* generation appreciation. This help tn production ,

buelnea of cleaning every nook and to set out the plant In. tbs field before the original seedling developed to a and consumption, hence ral..*

cranny or the building, Thle U the they ar* mar than II Inches height of I or t feet produced a the level. of Industrial art. WE CATER TO BANQUETS AND PARTIES r.
few small fruit, and were always
principle on which clean-up week tsbu.ed. tall the plant. may tie transplanted to Lowbrow: Is there any specific advantage :
and
yellowish sickly In .
Lot' clean very nook and the field from the nursery with safety appearanceThere to the Individual that will .'

cranny of our elty nest w..k. after they are more than fin feet min, shape are ,marked and quality difference of the In fruit tko make It worth Us while to glv attentlo Your patronage wjll be appreciated :

high. provided that all to this'
except young kind of education? t
produced by different seedlings, and ;
I'LORlD.TO HAb'0NATIONAL
and tender .loaf-blade I.
ar removed Tel
the papaya of certain redone In the Highbrow: and for several reasons.

MAGAZINE leaving she entire petiole, or leafstalk tropic are uniformly superior to I* th* flnt place, designing

attached to th* plant If the those of other regions !s tile natural objective for drawing

\Vlth the establishment (4 Tampa petlol be cut close to the main stem Heretofore, only the moot vague an,I -
.f the main offt of Th* Packing
decay rapidly enter It If the entire
Th. palm Peach Post rube to the general reason could be assigned for .
Ileus. New In the early part of October petlol I* left It wither and
drop .
rescue with thrs: "We.warn" cur early this practice. W* drew, and drew, In -- t
the announcement II mad that
and leaf
a food scar hu formed be-
visitors that they are \liable to have eehoot and the forgot all about It
thl publication which for nearly. two for the fungi have had time lo work e ,'.
ppendlcltia If The study never cam to anything
; they carelessly' wl-
year ha been, puhllsh, a* house I their
a
way from the petlol into the
low their avocado _...." In tho end It ".. a more or 1 lee Cancelled
organ for the Bklnner MachineryCo. stem of the plant.
: pleasant pastime, and but little more.
.. will bo dolop Into a National
"When a plant ha grown *o tall Virtu u an angel but she 1* a If drawing lo to have any real reason '
Trail
Magaaln of conl4rabl
Oil that It I* difficult to gather the fruit Mlud one, and must uk Knowledge tohow 'or being. It must culminate In the + 26 Check.
and Importance,
i which also at thl* ibis ....we small, ( her tae pathway that leads to designing of obJect., sine, It* pure ,

Thera I II a. ethr magaaln coverln cut off the trunk about 10 inches her goal-Horace Mann art purpose- are wotly vanecnt Illusion

the packing-shipping field. and the above its ground- A number ot bud. *, Every man and woman is

tracking Houa New has grown be- will then sprout from tho Mump and Considering our stupidities. In* should be able to design and mate

.t t. )ond th* limitation of a. booms organ, will form several trunk that will tmaslnc fact I Ie that w* rt along a* thing. If for no other reason than Your Receipt

Th. need for a publication. covering Lear fruit Ilk the mother plant tea : well a* wo do.-Typo Metal Maganln that tIle ability presume an appreciation

:.:. th* fruit and vegetable packing field short tie*. These sprouts racept t *. of reason why thing ar* ;

baa ben *vldenod by the vM amount awe or three, should b* cut off forf I beautiful or ugly

J. of. Intern taken I* ties Mew during al (are permitted t* "grow tb* fruit I* tb* next place, every woman This Is one of the advantages of your check-
the paeTtwo by reader In "
year all
Ii. produced will bo small
r pert of the oouBtrytn Propagation ha newt of training In the designingor Ing account in this bank.
her garments, cither In producing

, till the packing House New. Papaya seeds should. be town M them, nr In adopting* ready-made article You will have no

will ... Breed twice a month Thus early In the fall a* pcwIM* Is nnr- t* her Individual needs. Butt arguments about bills. You

.' page kin will b. (Inereamd to Bin ida January* considered. the beet be an artist la dross. tile only sure always have a receipt There are more ad- s,

by twelve inches and th* number ofpag month for that will glv the plants mean is a course In dwrlgning This vantages which we'll gladly explain. Come '.

** to eau handreJ. Attractive a chance to bo la bearing by tb* following THE sr ti..7'i involve th* acquisition of a quick in today. ,,

.olor will I* ueed winter. that I
four cover helping Popenoe.uggent. sad accurate color' muse, and a sense
(f
to mike It: hi apnoaranoe. a* writ the node be wished and drte after I Of artlMie form and fUnes*. Ormcntf -

f ... odirorlal' quality eel ot the moat attractive removal from th. fruit and ..*.*.. M e should accord In form, color I

publication. th* 0011I"' {lass bottle OKEON CITIZENS
I and material aid *h*.ld be fitting BANKHomestead
,
Concerning blasting .a _.s.bo.,,'s tMEUpGPAQE for place aid .......... Who all

.. A reformer I. '* peraon. 11'11.111'& and transferring the yourg eeedhlnge IST.rn women become artiste I* their psr- 01

rather bo right than .* kapy< -Ex. directly tut.* the open (,....a4. WetterWriteu lanai ....* they will be well .. the ,

!1 rSTAYLM road to being artists In everything el**,
Never despair of a boy. Tbs vtllag. "'1'11. _4.... eheuld b. prepared the bom Included. Florida _

cut-up may booomo a renowned: Curs by thorootW: ulvrttntT lee Mil Men have acme. which they shouldbe .

* .._-flan Francteo Chronicle. by spading ,or hoeing the ground well. ]I able' to design. al least In many T----

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Why not have a home in Hialeah,where you can buy and build cheaper than in any other plaCe in the country? I


Get away from the bugaboo of rent. There is 'still time to build the house and occupy it this season. Hialeah] 'f f

has church, school, stores, postoffice;good roads, parks and playgrounds, electricity and water service, and every-

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i the teacher mad to the high school neulah Lee Mills Bill McConnell, Jr, Barney Waldln Robert William. coq, Ml. Kathryn Drew, Sam- Silver- I j
; girl for a basket ball game The Monte Paoettl Chrlitl Taylor Genie Robert and Marjorie Sullivan man and dose Avery t '
1: What's hr's ill I challenge ha been accepted but no Helen FIeld. Honor Roll iif FhirMa city The Hi'v. <.'. N. Walker of the Firm r i?
: date hal been lOt The faculty playrr Third grad: Anwl narrow Vln The honor roll for the Florida. City Baptist Church gave a talk to the high I ;
I i will be Mil Eleanor Moaeley and ren.. Stations, Amy Horne. Flowi school during November follow: caked pupil In chapel Friday mornIng :
a'5444 sS4sL6 L 5StG4t. ooooo ,Ml** Sarah Rudd from the high school. Oorday France honey. Coma Davis Second grade: Charlotte Robert. :
Actlvltloi of literary tocletl and Friday night at the home of KIM Ida and H8Ir, Sheffield Mi. Lillian l:Ijtell Booth, George Johnson Weall and Edna King Next Monday will\ be' the beginning I,)
I1. the athletic annotation haw kept Nixon. The** piano however' are subject I lllll. Mr*, E. 1* Waltenr and Mta WledrlcK, Rumell Walker, JohnStevona | Third grad: Fluent Cock ran and or the third school month }1''
Homeetead ptipllt active the lent week to change OUkdy Scott from the grad< tchool'Homeetrad James Loomis, Randolph Lllll Roberta
Many( parent allowed their intereit The Coral Lose Literary Society v*. Rftllanil Ola**, Walter Fraiuro Sixth trad: Joseph KllrgSdiiHit A shipment by freight today beets
In Khool affairs on Friday afternoon held It* regular meeting at 11 o'clock i, The Homestead grade" baa ball Second grad: Clarabel Smith, DrnaMTh the 'fait mall" of l o,-Typ* Metal ?"II
when they attended the Adolohla So- Monday morning, The program team will play the Redland grade Helen Lehman, Hobby Crow, Harold' Rngllih: literature .!**. of the" Magaaln. I
i lety'. Temperance Day program given. opened with song by the eight 'team on the Homestead field Friday Campbell, Lucite Turnage Ern .tBlrtiop Homestead high school will give a -. ;
in the auditorium of the rr&mmarIICbool grade pupil. Claudia McEwen Thel- afternoon. Julia Sullivan Rao Woodbury debate sometime next week In elawen Good finch milk il.-llypc.xl" In Home i
by the high school and grade ma Redd and Cauley Powell providedthe I Mr. Walton Ill, Virginia HoenAel 1, Mary LoulneHoenahel the nubjert 'Wa Macbeth the steal In Him fur breakfast O. II hlni\ \
t pupil. Thli program wae glva In net number on the program and Mew R L. Walter, a teacher In Lea Conner, Everett Shuler Third Murderer Th affirmative Farhen Plxine ....--11...
accordance with the law. of the itate after that Joke were read by Catherine the second grade, has been absent will be taken by Ml.* Alleen Bryant \ ;
which require that two hour of tho Smith A Bong by the eighth from school tbl week because of lib Fleet grade: Ronald Brooker Ml** Mattie Lou Theua Ml* Grotchon I'OR SALK-Lnwl. PublUhlng Co. I ,
teat Friday of October be set wide grad and a recitation by Claudia MeEwcn no**. MM .Henry Carter of Redland Bllaabath Capllnger, Bruce Cahoun. Turner Albert Bradley and Harold Florida Stat History, Just oft p..*... I ,
for a program that will 1m p..... the concluded the program Th. has been taking her place. Mr*, Walter Beatrice Orubba, Ruth Hoch, Nell Jeffrey Roberta, The negative will be taken Coat 111 Will tell for ,)1. Address f' ,
public with the meaning of prohibi- next meeting will be held on Monday, : wu able to leave the hospital on Inei Murphy, DON Mucklnfu, by Mix Rita 'Fiteh Mia Olio Robert P. O. Ilex lit II.tf. ;r,
November 11. Wednesday.
tion.The program follow: The 8 E. Literary Society' gave Honor Roll --
Pong, Battle Hymn of the Republic satl.faetion-with ale program Mondayin Eighth grade i Elal Campbell,I"'" i 1 1i
4'I Beading, "Florida Law for Temperance *plt* of the abeenc of several pupil Mary Elisabeth Krome, Grace Man- i I
1>&,." .. Nine were prvaent Gwendolyn ley and Ruth Mowry
t.. Scripture reading and prayer, the Rev Hlner from the eighth grade joinedthe Seventh grade: Eleanor Xllng,
r. J. O Btradley aociety Pearl Whltaker' Basel Hook HaeelVixon I
Health play. six second grade girl. New OrganJiaUon Marianna Taylor, Marian Rob- '
:Reading, Dr: Claxton' message to the The cloth grad hai organlied the trtaon.. Mildred Fluher. Walter Redtn, OF
PURPOSES
public Khool. Earle Matthew. Royal Palm Literary Society "W. Dick Bridge St. Elmo Young and CITRUS ....
Mode ,the String.Entemble Club. expect great thing from a society Nora Poaey.
Heading. 'HUtory of National Prohibition with such a name" observed one pu- Sixth grade: Franca Brown, Ralph r
". Wattle Lou Them Pll. Burnett, Marian Poraey, Alton Horne,
Pantomime. ''1'hetar Spangled Banner Oyxlor Supper fDironaful Roberta Home. William Hunt, Car SALES AGENCIES
r- ", Lillian and Lucile Brown and About 120 wu reall ed for the Athletic Jeffrey Adell Jones, Mary Jones, LIU
Alice Ferrell: the long by Rita AMoclatlon by the oyiter supper lie Mae Lee George Manley, Alberta
:Fitch the member gave In the city hall Paoettl, Marvin Shaw, Pauline Thomp-
Reading "Attitude of Every Loyal Saturday nightThl.* money will be eon Anton Waldln and Ruby Wla. ? Q.
American CKUon", Sam Bllverman used for athletic material It 1' rum Fifth grade: need Rich, John
"Pro* and Com of Prohibition", MU- r4 that the, Knight of Pythian Tbompeon, Fred Moffett Arth.r r
dyed Fdward and Louis Wallam. will help pay for the boy' basketball French Ovid Sullivan Viola Johns, f ijirtiect J
Hong, 'America the Beautiful'. court providing they will be allowedto Bernice McEwen Alvah Taylor ,
aldV '
I "Evil. of Intoxicating Liquor", Ruth play on It three night a week Fourth grad: Lucille Arnold Wll .
Rich. The freihmen baa ball player have tie B Bowon Carrie Bell Cavil., esrnswe rj
Reading. "What the Temperance challenged the grade boy to a game John Drew, Lloyd Field Ruth Fra-
Cause Hu Done foi John and Me", Another challenge of interest one xure Marie Lo>'lew, Ralph Langford,
EloulM Bradley. I 4
Bong, "Be Found It", Double Quartet I' 1

;;,.' Heading, "Car tat the Teeth", Rich I Florida's citru crops are now market- Neither of these two classes of agencies

ard Filch. The Miami Herald ed by two score and more fruit selling is obligated to develop new citrus mar
Ii.'.' Health Song, flnt grade. organizations. Each operates indepenketa, or equipped to win new consumers
: Heading, ")I, Body", Dick Bridges.Reading
,. 'Tw Offering", :MarianDonoy Is the first newspaper to arrive in your city each day. dently of the others. Each is conducted for Florida fruit, so as to provide profitable (

for a particular purpose. outlet for the producer's increasing \ ,
Mualo, school orchestra. Should hard times beset the citrus
crops. .
Recitation, "He Wouldn't 17m HI. Briefly, they can be classified into three
c Tooth Brunh", John Drew, FULL ASSOCIATED PRESS NEWS :groups: The privately-owned agency industry handle are not obligated! to continue i';
Exercise by 10 boy the to the grower's fruit. When ,
Kong. "Work for Enforcement" Financial, Sport Farm General which buys fruit outright from grow- there is no profit in fruit selling! they
The American'. Creed. East Coast news and special features including er; the privately-owned agency which can always desert the farmer. '
Reception of the color and anlute to Sunday tour-page comic feature. sells fruit for a commission, and the grow- j ,

& Dong the, America flag er-owned cooperative marketing organiThe Florida Citrus Exchange, repre

Otter Literary Kmlntkw zation of the more than one hundred asso8cntlng a third type of agency, operates
The Peerless Literary Society will The Herald to delivered by Homettead Agent elation of the Florida Citrus Exchange. to sell the fruit for the grower at the I
entertain the Adelphla Society witha 20c a weeki
Hallowe party According to prevent The fruit buyer gives the grower as lithghest! possible price and to return to I
; plane thus entertainment, which him every of profit made in each I
penny
d, tIe as he can for his crop. He buys it on
will be a costume affair, will be given
speculation, to sell it at a profit. If he transaction It can do business in thin
way because it is owned and controlled
the too much he
re-
pays grower one year, I
him less. To by the growers it serves. In this service I
i covers next season by paying
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it is continually endeavoring to establish I
of the
live, he must make a profit out e ,
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grower's fruitSimilarly orderly marketing and to stabilize prices. i

In protecting the interests II
t the privately-owned selling members, it must work to develop new, JI I

.. DEMANDS operates to make profit to be able markets demand
.YOUR BUSINESS agency ; create new consumer t tto
pay dividends to its stockholders. If provide outlets for larger production of I
'; its selling charge retained from the sale of iitrus fruit and maintain profitable prices I

fruit went to actual marketing expenses, for the producer. It can be relied upon 1

L bank the agency would not be able to exist It by the grower in times of need, for it is ( ,
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That. you select your bank with the utmost care. want. a must make profit out of its selling charge, the grower's own organization, and absolutely I

14,1 that can be your friend at the time when you might need it most. even though it must spend less than it subject to his commands.
> should for the marketing of .
profitable w.
This ,bank is in a position to render the kind of service. that will fruit to be able to do so. The fruit buyers and commission con- ;

give you the greatest degree of satisfaction and safety. cerns operate to make money out of the ;
Neither of these types is In any way grower.) -

controlled by the growers. Both speculate -
in selling the grower's fruit, often The Florida Citrus Exchange operates I{

r; flooding markets and causing lower pices. to make money for the grower.

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There an elx thouund Florid grower regularly telling their fruit through the Florida I
r Citrus Exchange Yon, too ea. Join this cooperative movement, get the full P"our
i i', .1 : HOMESTEAD, FLORIDA : '. fruit Mil for on th. market and wield an Influent In the upbuilding and taMllaatlonf j
your induntry Communicate with tile Tampa office of the Florida Cltru Exchange! ,
'. or any affiliated auD-sxekange or amctatlon, for farther Information. L
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Hallowe'en Ball GivenIn li the Semi. note Pharmacy, I Ie a memt Mr. awl Mn. Taw Vann Mr. and Mm. I RUMHUIU GIVE SMIUNC TO( AMFRICA'S Wf I 'COMEr ;

r of the local Knlgkta of Fytkla.lodg W. J. Clark, the Rev Mr cod Mn MEETTOti FOR FIBLIC I :II

Club House Is / and U one of HoaaawtgMfc C. ,*A Walk-, ... Uarria. Ii. Tom A program, followed by r,.froahnw

moat popular young men. H* cam west Sr, tad A. I* Brown >nt* and game, provide an even

Gay Affair to Homestead one year ago from Ing' entertainment that will n.ake

Hrkhav. MiMlaalppI, DIG CIIOH0 EXMXTED the lUbekah. pulls meeting Monday

Hundred of faahMtloellyyoimif do.s.ed AT "..HBBING A HUSBAND' night linger pMaaantly in the memory
WOMAH'8 CLIB TO "Clubbing A Hbaad" I* the name of those who attended
people. ,***,**..,lIn" twiu from
MFJET; "'ITII MR* JOIVfcH.AU of the play to b* given by tk* Red- Mldred Fisher opened the programwith
HlaU'ah to .Florida sty tfervng th.* 0
and porok and room of tb* member of th. TtomeateadWM land Woman' Cta* to tk. auditorium\ a piano oio and rf.poade I to th' } i

rtep."O""n'l Club, eutJoylnK .the nvelryi an'. Club both new Md< old, anmg of the Radland Farm Ltta School at I Insistent applause with an encore

.il to he pment at tile coat meeting o'clock fI'rIdae&'. November I. After a reading by Mn Th<.lmlladford < \ #
for Hallo tr'
i" IN Mi" 'd I liy the U and I Hub a
', and giving the new oluliI at Mn OuMla Joiner1 home at Muk. mtereat has ba aronied In thin which was received with *iithtulaam rt .I ,..
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I l'Ulldllll a homrwannlng that meta a a 'clock Tueaday afMrwon, The play and ft large attendance lax. fourteen women took partIn ryAt 'ffti
btall tom MMlon will lie toUlWod by a *.t tTh ".
w Ktandnrd for fun.affording frel- H a drill. They wore white dro**
n
I.'K In Horaeataads.Mr ewta.1' hour In honor of the awe member chara t > wad the woman who each adorned with a red runtIn thr'

alnii. the nig:'U liometea *, will portray them, follow : drill the women formed wheel, a i
lip to the prevent the following contrlbutlono link und an anchor ,":,t 1 th ,
cream
i. I ruli'<1 it. eeurlnK or electric' Mra Blanche Newman a blade-.Lu.. ,
have been received for the r ,
mtr. rtH from Neaitr tty pod
IlKh* and power nine the ,peopleh O. W. Moldy Jr. sang
u.w' lub home: Cha** A Co, |10; That aye' !
I In In To Thi. Bleat B* the Tie'
i 'i mlrl 10 whole I curtvdly :Mra!! Hearletta ,Ahton her sister from '
Arwawr Fertlllat-r Company, |lo; Hc lllrd. and "Rock ot .!"." Mew
'''\llu'"n'' to have n. ft"o I timeI BoatM-Mrai W. H. Cast. .
ton Supply Company. tlO| Bn Menlo, V, 1.. Webster played the pta i" ,i
(d I I-.d !Minn Carrie H< hiina<'her. Maud .bbto..an. overgrown. girl,
1101 W. D Home 110, Burton'. Dept. .
Ing this .xerla*
11 the cotnaililvc In charger drned young-Mra 3 L. Olaa r
riiiman Store, tin. Mn Oeo Fuller. 110, M,.. Mrs.Radford .
marched
Thoa who wen
e>r IK) *"to'lalllm..nl,. )oIt.. Hchumach Dell. Mr* Nawma..4ai.r"4Mr ** -
tussle Joiner 110, Mice Lobdell, 110: )I.... Luella McDonald MnI fT
b I\1 mud, oompututitiMl I upon *. Bermort. )an*. '
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J. H Mi-Donald II: nonewr guild. ISHomaetead ; .. W. Taylor. Mr. Clara Tuck Mir. s_ r t lyli to
.h.! nu?" a" "r the event: Bridget O Flaaagas, a "waah lady"Mn. ii
Filling Station II: MnMaybelle Uvl Barnes, Mra. J. H. lohsb.olire J+ J _"
Tilt Kl ".tly appointment"' appro H. O Carter. :
RM II, t.r... Joaepbta Qiual Joiner Mr*. Ooldl Wolfe Mia
prlatc- r Hallown, d.col'f41o. atU Mr. Ottawny an,,Aid iraoAjnother of
Parham lit. O. A Cook, Ml S. BLtvlngaton .
Dora Mullen Mr. J. A. Baker. Mr
-<1 In artistically with the coatume the p..t-lot. M. D, tUf, :
II: I B. Joheuon' l>; M,.. Anna Ma McEwea. Ml.** Ollvln Mr
fipi r ikeltlon that aeemi-il to dance :Mn. Ferris her daughter\ -Mlw Alma
&11.\1 gibber bung train doorway.idshl" I Burton 11, K J!:. Carter IS, Mn Schumacher. I l'w..., Mr*. Nathan Murphy, and Mr. I
DroMT. II10, R B. Cave. u. and
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were ahaded with oiange paper r>r. Oeorglana Jordan aa old malleuffr.gettsMra Mary Doyle
left phUUpa, II .".u.
Open plao* were co.r..d by a W, J). Mahan., Among the other preeent at the
If any contribution have ben omlL.1 meeting were: Mn, L. .F Chapman,
network of yellow' and erangp vtream Un Whitney, Inclined t. be JealoueMn -
ted Inadvertently, Mra William Mn Mr. C T Puck- w
.with Harry D. Wolfe
red
ere and I oil poet wore cov< C. II Woodbury
president of the slob or Miss" i. Lob
Mr W. O Mia Eunlo
ett Bryant
garland* of orange and black: paper Mr. Reynolds, tomethlnf of a bar-
Tk tome appolntm.nt* adorned the dell, recording secretary, want to rain hunter--Mr*. Jay Blmon. Cln. Mir Ruby Leacht Mia Lncll"
know about .It, *o the Hat can be made
Murphy Miss Roclla Oambtr Porl. s
booth, where punch, confetti ser- Mr. Harry Hudon, Inclined to be r

pentlne paper cap. eaody, cigar and correctA nervou*-Mr*. O.o. Oak**. PrIce Mildred, Fisher B. I. Laao C ''aIs, d' sir te

cigarette. were (old. There wi* &tllO .peclal meeting the executive: Mn. Skylark a woman of Ideal*-Mr*. I.. Puckett. Harry D. Wolfe B. A. 'w,! Y" -
a wheel of chanc 'board of the Woman' Club wu held Henry Carter. Tlbblta, F. L. Webster W. H. Bpenoer F
I at Miss Lobdell. horn Tuesday afternoon W. R Thornton. K;:, P. Scar
The memben of the U and I Club The story of the play follow:
wlaU t* thank the women who ......L. I when the following officer were Th visit of Mro. Henrietta Aabton borough, O E Allen. T. L; Ora...., T = -
Mr. rot: Mra. William Crow, Mr*. V W Cooper and A. O. Raab Copyright by Underwood olio Underwood, N. Y.
ud 'In the booth. They were:
I Bait Mr. F. Loom) Mr. of Boston and her blg-llttl daughter,
*. *, L. X Win. Officer for the Rebekab anl.lr&
A. R. Uvlnfatan )I... Frank Delta
aura F. S. LeomU. Mr.. W. n Crow, : Kn George Ramon, Mn WilliamRradley Mr Maud. Blanch to her Newman nawly-marrled, of a rmall later vtl, Thelma Radford Noble Orand, Mn THE LLOYD GEORGE FAMILY-Rt. Hon. David
Mr.. B: O Loveland and Mre.'Otl.l.lolner. .
Luella McDonald Vice-Noble Grand; .
Mn. Bd Prw>kr bud Mr. Onell late being opportunely timed with
)llve Ale Hemming alao worked the very first. of Inhar Mm., Blanch Chapman. Recording Lloyd George, ex-Premier of England ; Dame Mar- I
appea.ra.no
In the booth, a* did Ruawll Mill who voted Twenty-five In They new worst memben Mre. Alfred wen mon, In the brtd. bliss, threaten to molds Secretary Guardian: Mn, Gertrude Mia Rose Capllnger Oateen,, garet Lloyd George, his wife; and Miss Megan Lloyd

had On charge vote WM.(given the wheel tor every of chanc penny Deputy, Mrs Oeorg Flanagan. MlMDorothy work* of dlMtr the neighborhood.In all the domeatU Ten different affair 'Outside Quardlanj; Financial Secretary, George, their daughter, on S. S. Mauretania as it

Thompson Mr. Emerson )tlss Rowlla OamJteri! Treasurer Mr, ..
pent. women air their trouble, ] arrived at New York.
an
8hradr of Oould. Mr. 1:. C Smith Clara Tucker; fn., Mary Doyle, Chaplin .
The priM for the beat contum wa
at the Instigation et Mr
Mr. C. Hagla Rice. Mr. Percy Man- A.hton .
] Mm F. L. Webster Planlat Mn.Jame
OollatUtheck
awarded to HIM' Sarah .
with her
auffragvtt theories.
'ley. Mn. T. E. Kirby, Mn. Boyd decide Baker Warden I Ml. Ohms
who received the large number of to Club together under the Independent Refreahmenta. of sandwiches, ginger nVhumachr, Henry Phillip, Albert
Whal,,. Mn. Charle Pearce, Mra.R. Mol w.n. Conductor, Mr. L. W. Taylor J
for thl honor Th* prim WM bread and Phillip. Walter Harnea
vot* log**, 'Down with the men).1"1M. pumpkin pie peanut, Phillip Avery
a gold bracelet MlM. OaJlotlecheck C Carr Mn. J M Cox, Mn Harry .... Neman'. colored oook and her Right Supporter of the Noble punch were served, then more game Walter Roller Harold McCul ;
D. Wolf., Mr. O. T. Bank. Mr. Martin
Grand; Mn. Harry D Wolf. LettSupporter .
wore a Turkish cottum Irian WMh-Iady, Bridget O'Flanagan. were played.' lough, Cheater Hawley; William MoCullough
Mra, Jones, Mn. J. B. Tower Mn.parlan. .
Mir, Ethel!: Jane, who wore a Jap- contribute their .hare t* the general' ; Mr, C M Murphy, Right ThOM preeent were: Ml*. Eitell Ralph Ramey, Dr. and )(r..

an... ooatum. WM given eeond prln.MlM Mra. Martha Haynea Miss disturbance, and Dr. Jordan. the "doo- Supporter to the Vice-Grand; Mr, M. Turner Mlaa Alamo Schumacher. J. Petenon

Jan', lI.t..r. M.... Mary Fewell Elinor ),ftHI.I..,, Miss Sara Rudd and I,>...1...," la th* moat enphatlo In her Anna May McEwvn. Left Supporter Miss Ruth Rpp MIN' Margaret Opfer, Dr and Mn Peteraon assisted In

wore a Spanish conlum Mir Clara HeadW declaration of feminine independence. t. the Vice-Grand, Mr*. L. W. Taylor, Mia. Luella Simons, Miss Elisabeth making every one have a good Urn.

111II Meaile'l. clever Imperaonallon Tart Noble Orand taking the placeof -tarnea, MlM Anal,.. Petenon.., Ml**
C T. V. TO LAUNCH Meeting at the office of Dr Jordan ),f... A. W. Jon.., who ..... not DISCUSSED
dressed ahabby flurry
of a negro up Wilma MoCullough MIr Handle 81- BAZAAR PLAn
for final
DRIVE FOR NEW MEMBERS.Mn. organliatlon, however
wa a dlatlnct "hit"' RuaMll Mt'l' attracted Ibo rumor of One huaband .udden preaent mona, Mile Alberta McCullough Mm BT REDLAND LADIES' AID.
many admiring feminine glan- C. P. Jackson eonmntad to act Viola McCullough UlM FlorenceJeneeae The Ladle Aid of the Redland M.
line** ttrlke terror to who
very one, MISS TIRNFR8 CLAM EVJOT8ItALLOWtrtX
ctwhl.. with a silk chink attire U temporary pneldent of the Homestead MlM Robert MlM '
way greon beneath the surface I* really loyal to PARTY IN' KtOLAND Margaret 1':. Church met Wednesday at the borne
Miss' Ulllin Mill, his mister, W C. T. U at a meeting heldat the earlier Idea of wifehood and Mia' Eatelt: )[. Turner'. Sunday Ramey Mlsa Mabel Barney. MlM Alice of ),I"".. Roller in Radland.
word a becoming costume of vorl.colored her horn last Thumlay afternoon Ramey Leonard Thompson Carl
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motherhood while two letter ichoot of Redland .
.Ilk. when Mra.M. K. Lyon ot the Redland ; ono dine the M EJhArch : s
union prealded. I'Omman4\IDI'\ Mel/ AahMn. Immediate ciUertalned their friend at arJallow.'en
Fifteen
MtM Louise. Conner wu atunnlng Iqgroan Whit. Itlbhonn -
return to her husband and the other masquerade party ..-
and gold Turkish *oatum"Fuuy" .. wan present. thre of them
Murray wu a fatally faarluatlntf member of th* Redland Onion lire. proposing marriage. to the maa-hat- day evening at the horn of Dr. and l
leg Dr Jordan-but then, the relit moat ifn., J, Paterson Game were playedon
Satan, the tlrl.,declar.d. HI. Sarah Fos wu elected correipondlngeontary
not be told her. Toull have to goo th. lovely lawn and wide porch
Mr. Helen
and Fox
costume WM red. Another mucullu : was
the play and find out for yourself which wa dtconted In yellow and '
much admired pirate mad .uperlntemlent of scientific' temperance ['
attire "as a
how it all end.
black
costume worn tiy Ry atth.wa. Inatructlon E. B. DOUGLAS CO.
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Vllai Nelll Stranri wu the only A two-month drive for nw mem-

girl' who war a Scotch contain iiu' ben woe planned The women decided

Porothy cam-r-u won a rd-dottd t* Issue a cordial. 'Invitation UChrlallaa I

nerett. cortum A tiny piece ef men and women who an Your StoreMax
I interested In this work to allow their
Court plaster on her cheek wan a becoming -
detail Mr.. Jasper ne. '( I name t* be placed on the union' roll sells it for less

eoatunip WM mualral'. ulnae the 100'.' Men an taken In M honorary mem-
ot mall .ponna fastened to her red I ben, and by the payment of only on. Cor.Krome Flagtt Ate.MakelMyStore* .* MAX'S PLACE nM:;"l,

frock Jluti.it ton.tantly. Miss Alice 'dollar year the noclety has their H

Shepherd worn. a btaok Kgyytlan: toe- I Influence If not their personal work.

tams Th W. C T. u .la the larger or.oaninuon .

I.vonar I 'I'bOm ooll WM tiny n hlek I of woman. In the world.

Fey Hobbs won a Pierre rnitumelov :Next Sunday I* Wcrld'i Tintpennc

> .I Warren wore a Ml aid, blark I Sunday and the women hop every Jiiiiiimiiiiliiiji' 1111I11I11I1111

)01"1,,,* outfit Cotl Hook made 'Hunday school) *iii obnerv It by ttaebmg .

a "kill"..'' wtlh hi. Rom o ilf. ....... I' tamptrana\ t* the ehlldnn.Plan ; jlcV'MP4P

lenient with a red rain lined with wex mad to aead oli thing.
black and white. silk! awl Muck trousers nuliu M4 other donation to the relict SMALL a HIGH

with rod ."Ip.... t), K Chnlkerwen i of tile Near batCPh : : t

a gay (lypay ,'OMIIIIlnlon I next meeiing 01 the HoroeateadV PROFITS QUALITY i

tamryH luntume wa n white n" I C T. \'. will be held at the homeof Y.

bin..k v"'A.yama *ult. ,1// Mn. Fox: on Miller .,,,"t at I ,'

Jlt,.a 8, humask r WOie a Tiirkli.li ,clock' Friday aftinooti" November BIG ; LOW

C\IIOI""tI'' which Included a isle. k laro ,.
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nu "'ill,,i an orange bawlmu. at,,out 1 her VOLUMEiiiiiimiiiiniiii PRICE
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hen I H Meek l oath Mouse set" nrniifrTllikUili tot XR1'\'f': 1\\:00.0: fIIJOtltIoOSO'4 ,

I'loom" *!*. .... Ulftnn 'Inokf I AND SltMtT Tf:I.UVO.

t Ilkn Spaotah girl ta herJ an,IUft Childish' atuig and a .'->ry t* p yasr '

<'k wriime.. Ure. ran MrMuMry tits rhtldltb taiiry" read 11 Mr*. A. D. 11/111111111111111/ 1 .

co tll'lh' WM sod and blutk. 'II uh nilpper Taylor were reaium or Friday after- -

.. to matok MlaH CairH. Reins lloon" massing of the H inbaa Band

11'\)n, n blank and |*Dw >oma'yam"t if" the" Flint BapUnt hurctk. Jet jfl0T:

outfit' and slue VhiglnlA Cameron like 10 many aunttcnm. thoy wet. top.

wise n doses adontMl with Il.liawv. '*nThrn luklng obvlou. njoy.nent In the III.... "I ''] '
.., lAlliEa' AM) CHILDRISe': LADIrS. HIT TilE LATEST J
.. Jmwo ing The llttu ofrlc..r* pre..d.01 l wttkpreoorlnu : .

war bores sir thfiinmr e.".. aophlnty, The aacI .......,.. All colon bvtlrooM MIULM Will MAkfc. THEM: TO ORDER 1

t\l1l1. worthy of rannnaul I 1,1"* fun:" Hill, who la only ..... Ulpp.r, ....51.00 Mtya AND Dots' MIOI-S
..-- ..! mr, hurt h.>i. book ec rcow. Shoe, for ehii.iren and $2.15 A real work (bo*. d>1.QTSoUd
: !AVO oiinoM TOIlOlltlC I.' perfect iniirtKii/ Coma Davie birmdeitt grown gh IK from II to leather from *' LTA
11 HflVHrTTUAD. Slack quality line *f on*. $%.00 Announcing the Showing of
I of the club and Ruth Pusher $2.50
.-. ..... anew* frm U 10 to ..... I
Surprise and leUflit attended the \loa.BrldrnL. Mm. A. I. Jill'aaWe4 O "* Th..y can't be baaUd In style andS1"

anai,"ncr meat .t than jarrtaf 0' Ml la. NIL Taylor lu uprlm HnlHt a rx-hr and leaner. teed I\11. meeting Friday bladk.drt.$3.75';; Arpi1.. $3.00
ltedlsj .. ,
In West Palm Hn..fc last flatiMnlaymuprla --. Th* .children beld* tk* vffkwn -- .

*" because M>. Rood had not wwee: VJrl Fltfh, Belyii Tkvma, LA IDI' HOSELadle I7Jgk lie-- .. ..........- ..56.50 Jealously has Fashion guarded her fall and
taken tlomcetaad Into his. oMflJxiKwbfw Paolln lx>yla, Lola Wslk.r. Marl silk ..*... Special for draw .b_

.. hither May Reading, Saturday Fauey fTfV" eboyets .... $3.50 winter secrets but thi "Week of Fashions" '
he departed U meet hits bride Dolly Walkurt, plain ._..... thor: $ "
ad "il )ltgkt. baoaoM h. bwunht kw Margaret MoOairah, B t..ll.* Oowaa. loll color* r ;;satk. QfTCho .T .$1:00.: proclaims that the time of revelation has
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back to hrr old! horn QW* to live. Jtm Harmond. Jaaalta CI..... Chrl' **, per palI *' .....-..._...._. rgra come
: Tb<' wedding was a quiet but pretty lie Taylor. R, IX, T"y,",, 8yke Taylor >RT OOODH DEPiUTMFATtWa aiilltTS and every woman who views these Master Mod
Regular khaki
event In the CIe...!). Hotel hi Wont rhl* band meet my fortnight atrip madras akertrnC army $1.45'Fallt els "1
Hrt .. ... .... during this week
"t' and the weeks
.... w to will
Palm' Much at 0:10 .'"1..,, In the'Sweater inr wwt Tic. yd. (......., nice work come

Jamie Itobbla nftlelated.Tk 1J:. ":bW ARlttt GI\'T.t. race percaM, 95Q"! only ....!_<,.-...?.- -. .. IV- wpnder at the miracles that designers have
I yard tee .. ...- -...... .. .
bride lathe, Joka CMhraa her htRrRI\i.t oxa J\nalllJ.t1" Dm* ihln*. guanntil oolnra..

yng 01"a", Radl Cwhran, C Edward. tt"nid, .t* tile real.* Lar a.o' and Curtain. ." -net"' ..............._. 5gc with...ant. One without ..... SI 00 'worked in the creation of such lovely wearables.: '

slid hr INUI.'lIa..,, were 11_ I. d*.. hut Tkaraday sight to find Hay ( ... 19 .. siioA .
ent at lb. wadding. Th happy MM-. wtth the> laughter of frlmdj who Iyryre. !. .....,....._..."_..,, S? *.. .* .'.?!!........ During this next week an added effort will

,t pie l motored to Homestead; eifter ih* I had _bl.<1 t* Mrprle* him and ftadwwear, lee value*.d kimono for *OQrrepra MfFanry C dlk atrTpe worthIM $2.00 be made to present to you a larger and more:

wedding and ar. tow at home to kelp him .Ie.....* hi. Mrtkday annl.tnary eyliv for ....... .

heir. rrntad at the 0am MeKlattrykotne. Thoe preaeat were. tor th* aaler 4 prd.t.nn5100..__ P.ii. complete display of that which Is new; in tho ,

"" Mm McKlaMry I* 11 ...., of meat part pee tars of the, choir tMM Olngkam *n
the brU. I Fire Jiaptlat Ckwwh Th* Mrtay ..ty .-. ..... Regular. II AO'" 53 95 I .
I t Mr*. Reed I* really a I1.etute.d "" cite sported Brilliant aatlav all wlara CftOOtf You
far candle Dark blue. It..vF'ewer- SI'75 are Inyited to vISit the store and inspect '
girl alne* ah.powd> here baton goinf Hwioring Vra Kdward: wore, Mr 0.,. ..: <'Acne .1.89.alia worth II.tl tot-" these .
$
to. faboka. tlft',"y are arc with her 10:4-"..,. Ml**. Mary ....101'. Ml** all. t'O'OI'II t'FDERWE.tRCads new things .

parent ?h* ha*.tlaited this rectlea Oretcben Turner. Mn Vein BummerUn .S2.'iO Men naloa wtt I ftt X I. i}

vine then however, Md the' charm Mr. and ..... William Strickland, Crepe .. .. .. at |1 '* aad __ -.. *"* ;

IDt her ......nalitsr/AII kept *'Uv. old Mr and Mra. H. & Cw ..*. M, and Mr* .... every a tel UM of MecfcueJra and Hawk booed ow it I i

Irl.lld.II.'p' Mr Rood hoe _..Ie"*. Mr*. Q t Qault, Mr. a4 Mr*. L*.u. _._. ____




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y 1,1928 THE HOMESTEAD LEADER Page Seven

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MlM Ro. Oitven and Mr*. _isCitron ReAla.ei ProgmrnUIU make.bell.\* Wrliuwda) night (nut I Martin. Colon. IMvU Alberta Paeettt. ionirtbuted to the Emuorta (K.*<.AUmtU. ,

'Serial Emil in Swt&fode I IICo"t'O lIak..r, Billy Steno will play am In- are members of k. H. Hrandenburc lntl Eloise. Thompson, Hkullne .. h) II rarmfm wife "I.'___
booth-Mr*. J. A MacDonald, trvmontal solo at the receptlM W b* "Monday iirhool etas at ou. Mr*. J. R Dixon and Mix Doan MulIvnii itv.n by the Noedlewvrk Guild at the ermbled at the J U. r"rr e home an4 I I:rexllej.. Herbert Harris. J W. Con who how tiled to turn four grldd. !**) cf M:

( ed From I'a g.. 81 oprcmTit) Rwlland Woman'. Club *. November enjoyed two hour of carnr* and Hal n.-r. Jr Ionl'oy Connrc, ('dry ltr.l,/. 1 pant-earn at nor time. to keep on.'
Fancy work booth..-Mr*. Lawr_I tweet,
Fifteen members were to S. amuarmenia. \ ('onnrranniit I..... Ilarrl III, I lro',1,I won l" <' growing' ; boys ant 1.II
Taylor Mm. a the Needlework Guild of Anerioa will OMauley, Edna Ite'.neo. Dorothy ,II .. I I
to be (liven at the Woman Club .. Rube\ .. j '
building the drat week In December Motion picture. Mm L. Chap'man hoN their anaual Ferries at the Red Conner. MMt Pareltl Annie and i Qlonn ,I t I ,1
and Mr C M Murphy Mukd Wonaa' '. dub bnUdla nnt Wed ,
Fortune .... ..... itl
teller
rMr
YOt>G PEOPLE ENJOY iuaq seeder aft* oo*, At this. time alltarment
PARTY AT DAVIS 11OMK. .. Wlof th* Cab..... PmtMr **, collected will be cheeknlft.id
r L. Webster and Mr*. WUllara -,
amassed for dla laJ.
The Vlrtfnla reel,. the "**.ulnteydt h hvr Bryant.Itefreahnent.
,. The '
MHowInc afterMWn. Turaday
.* and a ohtwliur, emu avxUU, .b.otA..,,-Mr*. Harry D. at >I o'clock. In U. game hall ft .1 h.ttpn f :
contort wr laurh-provekinc fMtoJ'ell Write. Mm 0. C. Radford and
Mr
*, >>rrio* and tea will b* (fat** to 1s
of the JlatUwe'e party Mr* J. E. Wtttam Tkornlfr .
whisk ell member and friend are ,
Davlf gas Wodaetiday nlgbt for her Tk rfrliinnt booth will be open
eoKllallj Uvlted. Oarment will b* f.
clam Of young women of the South it I clock and the other tun wit 1 dhplarMETIIODIT8. :
t Methodist Church and their ouwou- tart at T clock Everyone I* t*. ;
tin. friend. I "
tltvd to attend ..JOYPARTI" ,
MM! Helm UvtnrtUa wow the price
AT PARSONAGE,
In the mod*!!** content, whloh requfr- MANY THINGS GIVEN .' ,
Over 4e meaner* of thaTInt, )1-.-
.d the contestant to DM ft tooth pick 1XR" NEEDLEWORK Ol'ILD.. diet Eptwepal Church of ltom*......,) .$'!
(or modeling aa animal out of chew.
Although tM Noocnowor"" Guild* ftotepted M lnM' ''Uea from the MM***
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lot Mfr Uvliurnea. cleverly have been given untU N vmW I. 4ld SooUty to ftttead a H Hw*'.. / IiI' >
tuouliUd pig. curly tail and all, looked .. '
to their Into
fet farment bewdq. -
party at Ibo horn of the Rev and
10 life Hire that It won her tint' len In the various localltle ao thai t M... John R Hoch Tuesday eight

honor they gap b* displayed two day before Dununle, hoiuv. Jaok-o-laMerni and *
The t..ttwUie..pened', with the Virginia being ent to th. Children'. Horn ..- othtr Hallowe'en feature were ud
reel tad then the young me defy In Jacksonville the Florida City In deeoraUon ,"
k' Mlected partner for the tint prom Guild ha already oolleoted ma]) The ,ueet. cam In aoituin and ',I
by ueeelnf a* to tile owners of feml- carmenbi and ha them on display at spent the evening playing gamee aedroaalog ', I t1 t1t !
"ill
ulna feet that were poked below ft the horn of Mr*, B. F. Collier on marshmallows and wlennoutdoor t

beet link Davl carried out theHallowe'en i XUlhth ttreetFlorida ., ;, 4

Idea elaborately la decoration City women are Invited to tt
*. Croton leaves and frulU and P ri I
view the BIRTHDAY PAnTY
many practical garments IS ,'
numberlen black cat, wltohe, pumpk I ." f
that have
been riven. The women GIVEN IX FLORIDA CTTY "
:n. and crepe paper foetooni gave the on the Florida Marian
City commute are Robertson Celebrated her,
home a fetttvt appearance. Orange Mr, Collier, .... .
Mr C. Henn and Mr twelfth birthday anniversary with a
+ paper shaded the tight A buffet supper Lee Lth> her In 'f "TILE BEST"I
n n. .They have expressed party at home Ploilda City last our'r
Included salad In apple cup. coco. their appreciation to |b* Florida City Tuesday ...nlnl'. Irene Itohrer won
.* and dellcloui doughnut made by women for their co-operation. Not a Jaekvo.lantern and Ada Jones won Th ,I'. what they all **y about /
lire toe cream *oda* '
a neighbor Carl
Lone Mr. .
everyone ha responded yet, tome be- a perfume borne In the contest Mated (
ravla!, dreued In a- woman'. frock, cause of the short notlc Thoe who helped Marian to cele- I l Ag" for Nnan.Uy'e' Candlr t't ,: r r'fh.
made a redloulou appearance which "W wksh. 'everyoue would take put brat the oocwlen were: Evlyn Traey .Ls tandy of the South Always fresh i

combined with his& witty remark to In this worthy work," ald one of the Irene Hohrr, Olive Kennedy. Lillian .t i '
Chicken :
make hint the / Try the Famous Sliced Chicken and
most popular man at commltu .r.
cr "W need alt powlbl help Kllnr. Mary Treter. Ada Jone,
the party. area "e have until Wednesday Of next Lillian Rhode, Mabel Robertson, Noreen Salad Sandwiches ; ;
Among those who enjoyed ...... week to complete our work. W* have 1 Hunter, Mwlanna Taylor and -- 4 J
Hot Chocolate with Whipped Cream ,
llavle1 hospitality were: Mb Mildred given of chi present collection to ene Eleanor Kllng. Excellent CoffeeHARRY'S .
Edward, Mir Leila Holland, Miss 'local *.*, alread)'." I'
6 Jacqueline Edward. Mir Nlta Davie. The women expressed pclal appreciation BOYS GIVEN PARTY CONFECTIONERYBURDINE'S r' ,

Ml. Alice Ferrell Mia. Martha Jeffrey to tiles Leath Fisher for h.r AT THE J. V FREE HOME Quality. Courtesy. Prompt Service
..... Olive Jeffrey. Ml' Llvte many hour ot sewing and the lovely I I Ohott and goblin and other creatures

}tames .Ml'** Helen Brook., Mile Gene 4re_. and other carmenu which *h* that were from..._the. .... world. .. ot. -
UavU!, Mm Eil.n* Mill, Ml* Mat- mad and 'Which helped to make the
r rte Lou Thou, Mir Ellen Bryant, collection much more complete than IIIIIIIIIIlIIIIlillllllllllllillllllllllllllliIlllllllllli' lllllllllllilllllillllililllllilllllllllilllllllllllllllll llilllllllllll U 11I1111111111I111111 III 11111I1111I111111 (
MlM Helen Livingston, MlM Minnie /U would have been otherwl 11I11I11I11I11111111I111111I111111I1
Lee McClelland the Rev. J. O Btrad-
The chairman of the HometadGuild.
11t ley, Mr. Pepper, R, O. Bentley, R. B.
Mew W. A. King, ha been 111 ,
),
Scott, Lewi Hook, J. J. Loyleue. David
the tall week, but her daughter, lira. I
Barn**, Clarence Smoak, Floyd Warren SONS
Joe Arnold, attended
to of
c come the
Tom Grave, Tom Mowry ,Mr.Cogfin .
Oulld
dutle
for her
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*, Mr. I'arrteh, Leonard McGer- =
rah Pet Perklni, Henry Brooker, the Homestead Guild are to bat "" .. '--." 53
Henry Peter C. Butler Albert Bradley the Klur home by November I, '55 i :-." ... Announce "; ", =

A. B Cain and Mr and Mm Brandenburg Other member ot this commute are
Mr*. W M. Bradley Mr*. J. )B Dante.I .
I BEGINNING MONDAY, NOVEMBER 5thn't' i

FLORIDA CITY WOMEN aiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimI! I !
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GIVE KINO TUT PARTT. I "' ;'- .' The grandest celebration of years II -ST-Tr.-: : : t! j

'1; King Tut' tomb, made reaJUUo.. BURTON'Si
:' with Egyptian appointment and e

'h mummy, formed the entrance to the

"' Wednesday Community night Church when la the Florida women City of i Burdine's24AnniversrY Event i

Tut the church party entertained with a Xing j

In carrying out their gruetom In-

eduction to the party .three women =- .,'
stood at the entrance and extended a
glove filled with Ice<< for the fueaU 5 3
to ihake thus itvlug them a cool 55 a
reception. The women who formed 55
thl reception committee were Mr. O. t p n
d; ),I. Freeman, Mr Claude McUavldanJ .

Mr Lawrence T 4flo..
i Revive
Games and refreshment appropriate .
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mS
to the Hallowe'en lesson were enJoyed =
MlM Sara Rudd dressed a* a | Your Wardrobe | 55s

Uypiy, told fortune About 06 peen *. ;
.attended moll OL them wearing : If TOO could ace hew Mr and =
fancy or tacky costumes = Mr*. Fall Clothe looked CWhen I I I II Ia
S w* picked them up the B
: other day-you would weres
RFIURAIIS: WILL HOLD -= ly recognise them. But lnce :5
undergoing our treatment =
IUZAAB NEXT BATTJIIDAY.
t nlti and drone* have bes
Liberty Rabekah Lodge No. U will = tome bright and clean and = a =
Mold a baiaar In the I. O O. F. Hill have assumed a pleaaant si = '
4m Saturday evening. between ( and freihtiaat which add greatly = 3
: to your appearance Rejuve- =
.tt *'clock: The various booth gad C s Bate your wardrobe 'br calllnf C I
the women to have charge ..t'thena =: Tl-a-phone lifty-nrtr. SI

i ml Food bo a booth* follow-Vr!*. A. Me K wen. Mn w I Tel-a-phone! I ; J/s/ \\ # -= I

C'ara' Tucker and. Mm L. I. Price
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f Program This Work TELL YOUR NEIGHBOR i
I ( t rel. s :
SEMINOLE THEATREFRIDAY. What ORIGINAL VINOL hat : '
t' don for:you. H. M. Chadwlck, Ur- l '
NOVEMBER f bans ilL, writ*_"I wu rundown I I j
I no 'pep.' I found Original
DOROTHY piiiixiraIn t'or'c I i
\t" : be beat to pat pep
Into a man. It i* certainly. great
.
- "Mamh-r ha Wonuuj" ftrenith builder"
'f Christie comedy and Bray comic Mr*. II II. (;Goodwin Dukedom == 5
I Tenn.say*-".wn weak,nervon. I_[ 3I
'Ma. i
BATtRDAT. NOVEMBER SMRS. rundown could hardly drat
round. I tried
Vinoi.ndIt
WALLAt'E In : REID I is limply' remark Original*bio bow rapidly The Premier and Opening Event of Our 21th Anniversary Celebration is our Magnificent Fall Opening

It ha built. op my Mrength." 3 with
"n.._ Viwkage". I Mrs. E. Trotter, Toronto, Ont., a glorious 3I 4
Plumb Cre y, C8 and path ReviewMONDAY Original\Inol to other women who
are weak nerroue and rundown" I Fashion Revue I ITo !
: NOVEMBER: I I Mr*. L. W. Gentle. Alken S. C.,
wrltee-"All mother who have
ILtOGE KENNEDY I fling children should try =
b. puny Original Vlnol." i be held on our second floor Monday November 5 th 1923, 10 a. m. to 11:30: and 2:30 to 4 p. m.-Inj

Treasure"Tho Island Purple booby HIp...comedy'" II ORIGINAL VINOL =j which the newest colors, weaves and dictates of Dame Fashion in Autumn and Winter apparel, Millinery, E s

and .... Chat TIlE YEAR ROUND TONIC | Shoes; nd Dress Accessories for Ladies, Misses, Men, Boys, .Children and Infants will be displayed on

ALWAYS INSIST OV ORIGINAL I
TUE8DATMICIIAFL. NOVEMBER 4 I \'LroL-A MIGHTY GOOD =j LIVING MODELS .
OHAUjURAN MEDICINE'-TRY IT

with 111 pain U still |l.N 1 -In a magnificent and fascinating procession of style and beauty. FJ

IRENE RICH You Tab a Long Chance When
Ninth episode of Daniel Boon You Buy SuUtfiut For Original U i

and late path New.WEDNESItIAY. Via** CORDIALLY ., IS
YOU ARE MOST INVITED TO ATTEND '
NOVEMBER =
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r "Vsegeare"la AND STAY i This is our open house reception and you 'are cordially) invited to attend every day, for every day ,an ||

L Saturday Moralni. Onr Clang. O WELL I event has.been planned-events that will display all that 1 i. NEW, all that is correct rat prices that.will $ '

comedy and Aop. Fable START IN 3 prove to be splendid economies for you. ,

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THt'RBDAY WILLIAM' NOVEMBER CSCAX | This Great Open House Anniversary"Sale is planned to chow our appreciation to our legion of friends I'

In"Nn.a.Asg BcwrkW w. Guarantee Efery Bottle 3 who have helped to make this institution such an outstanding, success. e !;'

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Page Eight THE HOMESTEAD LEADER 1'handaY. November 1, 19211

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f.tlfrttnWhat aeeass When they really keep that schoolgirl -
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Dr. A. L. EVANS the tilt et the .._on I complexion I* at th0 drug etori

J.A.SMITHM.D. OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN I Lrhchc1sJAAPTIAT today He*"gtvetb HI* beloved eleop, Borne people become .terribly lono ,

4' Phone 51-10 "Who was there f"All *e *e when they are left alone with .
I SOS Fine National Bank Bui'ihilea the belowd apparoatly"The 1 their thought-Type Motel Mauiiiiiiruttmtiiiiiiiiiiiii -

Office Hours 8 to 4 Miami. Florida rpwortfe ........ peIn., ; !

We will observe Sunday gohoel Day iiiiiiniHiitmnmnmnciiii iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiuiiiiiig 'k 11.1; :;I
TIle Bar C. IT Walk.r, pMtor November 4. Bring a new member
PriraU Ambulance Sunday *eb..l at 0 J,, a. ..., A. J to your etaea.Bllvcr S i ii t tI S

JohnB.ToweivM.D.XRay W. H. COMBS CO.<< Draw Ipt>rtie.i>iiti preartlM at Palmv.--.Tti. Mo*, T W. Wtittwortk. -
11 a. m. Ml T:10 p. oa.1; B, 'T P. Vat ........ Juar Leagv at t a.
Treatment rvmouti: DIRECTORS 0:10.atHerring,. Ice.. Mi.. ft. K.\ Mwarda.preiil m; KIM Mary Ellen WWtworth. ..-. i I Caves Bros. I Il i j
perlntendent school at It a.m
.. ; Sunday
let Street Ph. 321J
E.
V Phone 13-7 274 N. .. subject: "'I'll.1... of Lite". .. la I Kelly, .........tond.nt; Senior
Ave. rkeae 7390
15.M N..1, ; A apeolal muirtcal program, eoiwietlng
League at tilt p. nv, Mb' OladyeAndereon l iI 1 I
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of colon quartette number* and antMnu .....d..tl church lervluei ;

A. W. JONES Albetf Tower Summers M.D. tko ahunth will be..gtoron...... Everyone Sunday eveatatgby U wel- the month.tint and third Bunday of each I Cash Grocery | :. t!

Piano Tuner and Repairer 1)1_... el Ire I.,. Meet ..t TkreetMI coma Tb. .. Prayer meeting every Tneeday evenlofat 11
meeting "lot will be '
... *..,.......CMI ,....TMMH.Charge IX 110....It.MI.s, fU.B .. WWoeedaf rarer evening M tilO. This I p m.JJ&lUXJA :| 5 11E

KnuKHMtbto .enMl.f ....I.aa..a ,...7111 meeting wW bo the regular monthly COMMUNITY cnmcn E|! Homestead Florida Phone 76-10 | !
FLORIDA CITY FLORIDA bualnee* meeting Of tile church, at ,
which tint th. report of the deferent The Re*, Dr. Wm. i. Carter pastor, 55 :
DR. W. J. FITZPATRICK dtpartmtnte and tko aaeoola- Sunday school at I p. m.) proaoilnfeervloe = I
Dr. Major Schofield tlonal letter win bo road, and other .at T.IO p. m. I SPECIALS FOR SATURDAY 1 1I ::1
DENTIST matter of uabwi acted upon The Th pastor bM taken ever the I...
subject for aieetueloa will be "Old Mr*.. i
trehlp of the Bible clae again M ,
of Extractioiu and
Graduate Veterinarian Specialty Testament Propheole* of Obrlat In the Dibble desired to bo relieved If you ,Fb
Orthodontia At. ofWHITE)1.0_.* I belong to the Naranja community and a s i.
a B. W. Third Btreet. Phone 1171 ".....bU hot (Ctm sauna 8TONID11. want a Sunday school and church service No. 2 crushed pineapple . . . . .$ .25 |
.. White Mum, Hotneetead-The oome and give It your euppprt.Next .
Rev John Hoeb, patter. Sunday I Sunday evening will begin a Raisins, package . . . . . . .15 | .() +

CHIROPRACTIC FLORIDA DENTISTS erhool uperlntendent at 10 a. m,The C.pt 0 congregation I. Hough, two-week which Dr.. S.eerie B lldeman or meeting of Miami of | 12 tall milk . . . . . . . 1.44 | !I

Cblroprartle li t Phlloeophj. fct- voted to omit the remaining cervine will have charge Th Methodlet Episcopal 12 baby cans milk . . . . . . .72 | 'I
mica and Art of tking Natural "Painless"We Sunday eo a. to worship with the Bed- churches of Homeatoad .(the ,
a system of adjuatlng the arttonlatlona 'land brethren at It and with tb. Na- White Stone) and of Rdland have i 5 cans corn . . . . . . . . .50 | ,
of the eplnal column ranja brethren at '1:10. Care will be dismissed their services for that .. II
bjr hand only, for_ib* correction cater to thoM who I nailing at the church at Duo and log to attend. E! 5 No..2 tomatoes . 0' . . . .50 |
ot the cause of dl 1 .
cannot afford to pay at 1 for thoeo who nay wish to attend TOil are Invited and urged to be : Ii J
DR. E. A. PRAMUK high prices for food den- theee _moN. preeent | Campbell's soups . . . . . . 10 | '; !

Palmer Graduate tlntry. The .Ladle1 Aid meet at the homeof i 10-lbs sugar : . .'. . . ',. . . 1.10 | ; !
Mr* Elmer Ennl for the regular
Commercial, IlMg, nest P. O. 112 N. Miami Ace. monthly biarlnee meeting, Thursday SPIRITUAL SCIENCE 1 tabby's corned beef ., . . . . . .23 ;:! I
The Church will
of IIplrltll.llclenoe
of thle week.Friday .
)Miami Florida
Miami, Florida the Educational picture* begin hold lervlee In Odd Follow' Hall 1 Libby's tripe . . . . . . .e 27 | ;

I. A at Screen T p. m."Th.Hymn.and Prodigal prayer Bon"meetIng at- symposium Sunday evening at 1:10: and There regular will eervloe be a | 24-lbs. flour . . . . . . . 1.15 | .\

follow Theee ecrvlcet may help the at T audience 10.. The. subject. I* taken from | 3 pkgs. macaroni a . . . . . . .25 |
E. P. ROBERTS you. -
R. B. SCOALLERN Next week Ie Near East Relief I 3 pkgs. egg noodles . . . . . . .25 | (
week. Friday evening a Near East SAFETY FIRST
Attorney at Law Relief Benefit Motion picture and I Large Purity rolled oats 0. . . . . .33 :"
Attorney at Law munloal program Including The Good "Certainly," said the mlnlater, *1Unm
General, PractloeCltl.ene' Samaritan" will, bo rendered Enjoy earl see your sick laughter )' I Coffee . . . . .," . . 0' .38 | :$

Specialitinf; In Land Tide Law tho program and help the unforutnate blue 1* vtiy III. but I dcVt think you | 8-lbs. Snowdrift . . . . . . 1.55 | .',
onee of the Near East. I belong to the pariah What chords

Dank Building lo you attend | 9lbs. Crisco . . . . . . . 1.95 :1
Second; Floor Horq Bid cmmciror cniusrr! "No, w* don't go to your thurth =
"........J. Florida Ilomeetead Florida Corner of Pins avenue and Pint, we're Methodlit.' | large bars Octagon soap. . . . . .38 1

-- street preaching. Bible at 11 atudle a. m I 10 communionat s. m.1| j own"Then pastor why," dont atkod roil tho rand.lIuled. l for ui your!cMter I Old Dutch Cleanser . . . . . '' .10 1I !
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11:41. Lessons directed by Elder : Black eye peas .. . . . . . . : .10 I I
"Oh we couldn't' risk him txVlalned :
Alonio
APARTMENTS OR HOUSES MoEwen. the calls, "H', fporlet fever" I Navy beans . . . . . . . 10 | I
FOR RENT OR FOR SALE Atlanta Journal.
OLIVINE McEWEN
By the owner Sorvlcee Ciancn at: school OP auditorium GOD ,; | 15-lbs. rice . . :. . . . . : 1.00 I I IE
r. L. UL-nsriR Elliabeth. aged I, vlaitlng her '
was
HARTFORD Prop of El: Patio Apartment R Ie Mowry a. 10. ,U putor C Murphy Sunday, luperlntend-school at uncle In the country "Juat think, E 1! Jams . . . . . . . . .25 | r

FIRE INSURANCE ent; preaching Mrvlcee at 11 a, m. an dear these" he beautiful aid to mountain her, "God. Isn't made It | 10-lba. potatoes . ; . . . ; . . .4 0 | I
and T:It p m.1: young peoplea' meet = "I
Pnblki MonofrerHiorXotar wonderful r"SO could I It I had the
ly at I::41 p m.
JuWI Bowen's Barber Shop dirt" Mil JlU..betll.-Boetol\- ':
Cottage prayer meeting every Wei.neaday I I11II1I1II1II1I1I1II1II1IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII
script
McEWENrSJEWELRY Plret'Olaae work guaranteed evening at T::10.F.PIIiIVOPAL. ____ mllllllrHlllllillllllllliimilllllllllllllllllllllllllilill iitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiilllllllllllllllllliiiiirl

STORE Rpralal. Attt-ntlnn to ( lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllfllllllllllllllllllll llilllIlllillililllllillilllillllL{ i t
.....1.. and CliUilron 81 Jirim'e The novo Dr. C. P
Jackson rector, Sunday erhool every = = i
Sunday at 10 a m., Mr. JUe Lehman

Electrical Sunday euperlntendent last at Sunday 11 a.;In.churchy of; communion each eervlce month oervicetho at every IIa I SATURDAY SPECIALS I I

James II. Fisher m. =
\ Contracting Theee will be no evening eervlce
at Bt. John1! \ihtH further notice
r Mason Stranger always: welcome I HOMESTEADGROCERY ': I II

ContractorBrick W. II. SIIEFFIELTJ L11TJlmM: '

Stone toil Tile Work Homestead .'. Florida City St. John'*, Redland-Tho Rev, O. =
Nuaaman, paetor. Service at I p. IlLhi I s- = j
1'110' 101 Eagllah the eecood Sunday of each ,
month; In German, tie laM lunday.MFTIIODIST I K{ I ;
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The Leader Job Printing Always PleasesFOP Florida City Community Obueb-
The Rev. O. M. Freeman, PlUtO Bun Rumford
f\n baking_ .
day school at II a. m. a W. Weld- 29
rich, uperlntendentt preaching at 11 powder. . .: c 5 !
a. m. and T::10 p, m. : ..
..... -The Rev John H Hochputor .
FOP SIGNS .ee P F MANLEY Phone Next Sunday the Sunday ''s: -It Jam, = q
'coffee"I
108.2J. school will meet at 1:11: by ipeclal re. 5 JLtl 35c jar for. . . 25 C 'f i
ascot io at to arrange for the union
preaching and communion nrvlce and .....('. ;
iuarterly conference to be conductedby I
Dr. .. B: Idleman our dlntrtct : : large bars Octagon 35 i

auperlntendent, at 11 The combined I i/ soap . . . C ==
E.c L. Cleaners: E.c Ppcsscrs choir will sing, Jeeui Shall R.,.,," I IC ;
and the Mc,,'* Quartette will ting, Going .
DYEING AND ALTERATIONS Down the van.,," = 4 Rose-Dale
Butter Cup ..: cans x
Dr. Idleman will conduct an evatagellatlc .95. 95
PHONE 11 Ckxbe aid for soil. brimmed llomntpa, lla. campaign at Naranja _lat. i3 coffee . . . peaches,. . . .C -
Ing t>r. W J. Carter, who ha done I ,I
.
-- faithful work at that plac Theeenervine 5
will begin next Sunday even. Potatoes, Be N. B. c. AKUOC =

TRANSFER AND GENERAL HAULING log and castles every evening for 101bs0 for .' k. 45c crackers . . _
two week
All eonethuenti of both
Prices ReasonableB. .i\lIreht'* art urged to profit by and = V =
help In this worthy work.The '"' -"
C. MURPHYPhone regular monthly meeting nt' = Over-Sea 9ftr Bread/ 2'5

IT-* U..dqllart.-Uom..toool Filling Btatlon the LadliM Aid will be mid at the peas . . . a l/C 2 large loavesCampbell's . C ==
home Of Mr* Roller W"cln..d., of = =
Chi week, at which time the ladlee' 3 .... S
will continue work and plane for the Over-Sea 9 tomato ;;;
baaaa to be given In the near future 5 10
PLUMBING THAT STAYS PLUMBI I The picture. program at the Redland I 5=$ corn.. ,'W't..v.. .e C 8oup . . . C ===
tt emaa Club houee will Include The i
Kill do II.i Prodigal Bon" thl Wednesday andTha g' ;, : S

Good Bamftrltaa- next week Tomatoes,. Flour, G. M* or &I "t AT
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i FRED GIDLOF The odiHaUonal picture are. provingof C Pillsubry 24 Ibs. )
6No,2cans. .
increasing Int..... ..11.. ... ,, ==
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I JTortOa niymiaday eckeot at loa. I 6No.2cans. *i. pound .f. H. .;. C =

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at II a. m. and one p. ...

HOMESTEAD STEAM LAUNDRY !I UETBODIkT.-, BOVTHnoMeatradv I II Argo salmon . ... .4-M"C pint loganberry.bottle .juice. ...',. .. OUC Zf\ ;;
Ta* It.., t, Q. Btradley W '
I pastor 5.....y school at 1t m. = s
Flat Work and Rough Dry f m.. J. U B.rto.. Mperlateadent.preaching : FREE DELIVERY
at 11 a. m. and Ill p. mEpworth .; =
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| Only 8 cents a pound for 20( pounds or over. Cj 1 The Mbeet for U* oratcg service ,.".-ta.. ",: PHONE 26-10 ;;
I* IJght Bong W* Breath 'That i .
1 Less dun 20 pounds ID cents a (pound.S.ij.fedba I Peri* With Our. Breatk- and for th* '\Iii;! ;;

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Jaures AwlteOBe bunch of banaua r--; O Tator-Two' ----- -- '''- 1
GROWERS OFFERMANYPRODUCTS bono of King
and one banana bl_. ], oranges.Veal
W. *. r\j**|-One bunch of coco Unk-Tomatoe*. f ....tih:
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,,"1 nnt* ..... ddtsTomatoes.Mae. j
H H. BwiBff-Two boxes of tangerines K. C. LOMtbmt- '(I.o... View
and two bones of .lemon Club Exhibit): Five. Royal Palm from
FOR STATE FAIR L. -' Collection of f
the
pr *erMW Royal Palm State Park.
and candled fruit Jay Btato**_BntBllln nut, tip. one \'
---- H. W. .roa.-n--JI'oIl.* and rare i four-gmart basket at Uttle Marvel. ..... SPECIALS FOR SATURDAY NOVEMBER 3 ; ,
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(Continued From Page On) llanta citron (Greece), Carambalo I loag ooooaut palm frond J ,
(India), Mont..rlo Delioloiuo (Trial- Mr*. MBMM! -An assort aent of JeJlle AT J; 1 I.1 i
} Robert<< GlmP..a and Jamaieorrell lad). and StrycniMt 8plaoa! (south and Jama.Mr "i If'
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_> Africa) *. TwkM (Lotta-vlow): ROM
JUr. Home_Bea island cotton. D. f Kkknuut_Two boxe tantelon, )
Seymour na.-hparu and a vailety -
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*vT.. A. Collln*-Jamaica orrell and four quart kumquats, Panama orange of aovea traits eta. : GrOCEI'Y: :
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IWper plant with fruit. Mr. fiklnclly Otwkajf peek largeMr Rr
1'w." F. Theu.CuoumbecaGeorge Uomewtead Grower*-.Tour bxe ..- peppeca .
W. Kowl-Fruit of Nlbtomlnlf grapefruit. six of.kamquat and H *. I* B. GaudTw* ... U*. WHERE $1.00 IS WORTH $1.50 I t .
Berie and kumquat, tamrlad tour. iaft beek.te.rd .f'I'
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citron.. Florida gooseberries, : t
Woodbury-Bweet potatoee.O. Mr. Raaon KpaoU W pa4 FNd.pand
Kvai. tl* e. (egg fruit), preterrn. K.: Cufdmian-Pondaroaa lemon* Saturday getting Iltfng from 10-Ib. BAG SUGAR, $1.08 1
d candled frUlt.si and horn banana. diver Palm and PrlIlCl 1t. i
,pica V. E. Martlu-One box of ores ,,
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4 ''t'bu'1e8 *-On* and one-half flour ;
Brand milk . '
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k of sweet potatoes.Dr. .. "
1. B. TOW T--Write-up on food I SATURDAY I 10 Ibs. new Irish 1'-Jr .fj(
SPECIALS White bacon
Blue of avocado and anal,*.. of Red I 39c !.
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bind; District water. potatoes. pound' .. C '':
", >>1'. HcOanklO Four quart of red 85c value f'
"umquate and ttee on branch. blueberries.C Smoked bacon, I ,; '.. 'j'
I BROWN HOUSE .
I Sin. George Oakoe-Collection of GROCERY .22c ,1
and JelllM. pound, . . I ,,
0 r.llrvee 35c value Libby's ;
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)IlL. M. II) ret Preserve and 25
3 blackberries in C BeWar coffee .
11I.. syrup2canaNo.2)Libby'8 ;
Jay Simon*-Cucumber (10 for | 5 cans tomatoes, $I [ ) 3 for . . $1.0 0 : y.
Hand). two hamper .55 5 5 'l
prise. refuge | value 65c \ grated C
pineapple
an* and lettuce. Lima beans,2 Ibs.
:' W. J. Mobley-(Qouldi)I rtUlp. I 5 cans Over-Sea corn or peas, $1 00 5 2 cans No. 2 Libby's /*AU for . . .. . 25.C : :
pie T. H. Webb-Grapefruit and erg value $1.25 . . . . . 5 sliced pineapple . U v .
P .. *(1o*. 10 cans milk, i 14 Ibs. whole
O. B. Farknr.-Anything on. hl.place. value $1.25 $115 .| I 5 or cans Over-Sea.peas 95c grain rice $ .00 'f: : ..

D. 0 .JlIW'phr-Blx two 6 large Octagon >>
papaya 5 cans pork and beans, ff i j
ltd one-half bones of tangerine, two 5 cans pork an.'j f..
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onet of tangeloe and Panama or- value 65c .. .tltl c beans .
f.argo*. 2 cans corned beef hash, large Light House O C ..k
L R.UaUbew*-Two hamper string 10 cans brand '
\ any
an*. = value 30c . . . . . .. 25 I milk . . $1.15 washing powder . OU I8c / U
\ C. It WcxWIbtiry Two boxe King
vrange.*. I 10 pounds 5 cans No. 2comatoes N. B. c. I.I I.

.' III,., O D. Barr-Avocado* and | sugar ... . . .'. . . $1.10 |I . . 55 C crackers . . ;05c25c

Umea Miami Lumber Cot Flnlihed lumIT | 1 gallon.Alaga i I G cans roast loaves

W.product Z. Dunn. -On* bunch of Tempi | syrup . :. . .. ... . . .85 beef . . $1.00'21arge. . . . '
It orange. i 5 cans Argo peaches, -
Sir.' )fcClurg-One banana tree I value $1.25 .. . .. . ..**. $1.00 FRESH MEAT DEPARTMENT .
([with. fruit and blouom
8.B. Cameron-Sweet potatoes, och- i Swan's Down cake Swift's Premium or Kingan's best grade '

ta and. WoltAn'thln string beans.Mr. on hi place. I flour . . . . . . . .35 hams, pound .. . :. . . . . . .. 271hc *
': Harvey FlUpatrlik-Anything on I Sour and sweet pickles, 1 | our P
.f pf We carry a complete line of Western meats and prices ire
K),>l I.A.place.n. IJTUioton-Florida mahog- i value 20c .. . . ;. . . . JLtJ | in line with the groceries ,
tlty. | 24-lbs. Gold Medal'1 |

lIt' F.of H.water Llndeman with itand.R five-gallon. bot- = flour . . . .. . .. ........ $1.1010lbs I PHONE 34-10 '
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earth from pot-hole. I Irish I' | FREE DELIVERY -

W. A. Kliiff-Two bom of orange | es . . . . . .40'potat |
and potted plant
Itodland Citrus Growen-Two boxe 1 THESE PRICES ARE FOR CASH ONLY |
cf grapefruit and two boxe of tangeloes. i
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Thursday and Saturday. This delivery does not cost you any i = I. 'E I iI

F E tiring\ extra. I There is Less Waste ::1

i Before you place your big orders for Hotel, boarding house or .

J":,E= restaurant groceries and meats, come In or telephone and let us = It is Economical '

give you our figures.

I SATURDAY SPECIALS II I r Delicious and Very Healthful i


King's eststringless25e Van Camp's pork 24c .
beans, and beans, No 4 can x == c aWe ::
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j Tomato soup, ::::::I +
Corned beef
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," c Run Corn,.Silver. .. . ... ... 15 e Armour's cream, flj ji t I If8 Good .1 !

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L' Burnt Olney sifted OQp =

L Little Jim peas, can O / Swift's wrinkled == 't. i

t peas, can .. . 18 e I
I Tender sweet peas; !

== can . . . 21c =
White Cloud corn, I
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Van Camp's pork 07c can .. . . 14c55c L HOMESTEAD BAKERY 1:1
and beans, No..1 can .
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Van Camp's pork (] Pound . .. i : J
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EVERY DROP ,FILTERED, SURE-FJRING AND

ECONOMICALTIRES \yfICHELlN Tubes are ring.
1V1 shaped and fit the ring,

TUBES, ACCESSORIES shaped tire without being
.trained. Hence they last.

10 tp. 15 per cent reduction on all Hood tires tC i iZ Other tube are made straight,

and must be stretched and
b .a 4a U'r''} wrinkled to go into the round

Homestead Filling Station _............ ,:_, .|.| ....|.3' _. tire. Constant strains wear
Copyright li>- I nJenrocxt Underwood. N. t .
I out straight tubes quickly.MlcheUnTube.co.tnomoreto
When this tiny car develops engine trouble the

driver just picks it up and walks back to his ga. buy and less to use than others.
rage; but when the engine is running smoothly

the auto rolls along at'25 miles an hour, propelledby ALSOBROOK SERVICE STATION

a 1% horse power engine. It is a real car with Where Service EmceUJ
three speeds and reverse and is believed to be the >p Front the Trust

smallest practicable motor car ever built

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WARNS NOT TO RUN

ENGINE IN GARAGE I II I .


ffertou llliwM and even death ma;,, HOMESTEAD ELECTRICAL SHOP
before ypu start out of town and just before result from Allowing the autoraoblhengIn
it drive and call to run In a cloud garage while
you enter you can always up on
the owner !. making adjustment 01 r Specializing on Starting, Lighting and Ignition systems. Most complete
us for driving cloeely behind a eloMd body; battery recharging equipment south of Miami.
truck, bu or ear. U the warning given! .
br Dr. U I Cotter vtce-preldnt 01 t

Gas, OilTires the Dr.American Colter cite Automobile the narrow Aowclatlon eecapi Your Battery Recharged in 6 to 8 Hours.

Tubes trom monoxide death tu resulting poisoning front of two earboi noun We do It'with the new'Constant Potential Recharging System

mea. wbo wore piloting an automoblK
Auto Accessories Coat entered by the Cincinnati Ant'I

I Authorized Exide Sales and Service I

I IT and In etooo formation and the
young men were toctoewd In a peclal- '
I ly built cab. The carbon monoxide
HOMESTEAD ELECTRICAL SHOP
ga. fume from the eihatuU: ot the
can and tntcke ahead mulled In both
BUY A BIKEWhether young men being hurried to the hopttal *- Manley Bldg., Mowry street M. D. JACOBSEN, 1
for emergency treatment Young.adieo
on the. float were effected by the Our block west of Bank ot Homestead Proprietor.HOMESTEAD'S .
ga to a milder degree.THaenUg .
you live in or out of town, own a car or (root carbon m..."'"*
ga fen the ....... of the sse.ot.htl. .- j
not, you ought to have a bicycle. Sometimes it is a ..... ht enore Biwwjlaejt .... the
life-saver. It is something you can rely on when Nwsg a ..... ... carer ..pnetsees ,
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.w Cotter vfc* a. a eas t-
your car goes back on you. We have bicycles daD and .. enrhat. ootortet keu I
that you will be proud to ride.HOMESTEAD .made a .p.. 1ai "rta.tr of the .....jeet.
Often motorto are aOrted and de
not ne........ that the eymptomo o* .
fatigue. "..."U"". ahortaeo* o( breath .I
dlsinooi and pooriblo na eea weeps'
CYCLE CO. from carbon monoxide gM poleoolng.bo .I
Anrrlcan Medical{ Journal, la Its
August .ui.b.,. quoted report from .
Ohs Ohio Stale Department of Healtk r u
:M. S. STUDSTILL Proprietor .bowleg 11 cam Of poisoning from. '
ho deadly gae from automobile eihau
>t. with It death. during the first ,.. .. .
10 week of tat winter. r
HENRY DODSON, AssistantfeiM "Not only .le It dangerous to run the FIRST EXCLUSIVE
engine In a eloaed garage, but con
elderabl risk I* Incurred In trailing
too debit a truck with a large body Tire -
which premnU the gas thrown on .
from epreadiag out. The same 1* true r
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-r' '' 'u nt a large rimed passenger car or bu andaccessory
.- With soot dan approaching the '
I --I motorlil will do well to avoid getting
In too clots contact with tHe confined i. .1.1 Storet
1 1w. : fumes from the nhanvt of an automobile .

.v...,........ I engine" .Ii '

1 1I 11ILUONH VOH ROADS Will be opened within

It I I. estimated that within the next
the next few
I I ,I II 11 year the aggregate coil of the '.d. days.
oral aid will be
I I program about U.-
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\'fif llAlm DRILL>> ,_,
i To drill hard metal, tbe drill must ; I" ,.
I be very hard, muot be run lowly, and ;'
:. '' I bpi wet with oil or came other liquid. It will be 'operated in.' connec-

I IUItON TIIU:8 tion with *
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7. ,III Letting la the clutch too quickly
9 1 1 M + J- iP'' I pinning the back wheel. In mud ,
Xj .' nBuamn I 1101.., taking mrnere at high peed, fA"tHE HOMESTEAD
and locking the brake mean a shop
1Ir. for tire*. i g(
; }kvcad1/er :H GARAGE '-
Who one tell tile longest srntence.
s..e+i w>A whoa. the ". ........* h.. atwajo boa wry eked tile testier
pop..Lr-. well. ....... wkk U..h.ii.s eeibodied la this II I "Pteaw. mnt.. I oan.
I "Wht I* them only. see t Stocking a complete line of
Ah.,.nxM the c. W... reds d.ide\r I! stray .... I Well Bob you may tell the ret of

Thai nrecoaibrhUe.neuk.......) by reign the *** .. end onW*thepran..Yng nor he ciaM tend."the tongMt rotten o ye* genuine Ford parts, tires
.ewh nkkif decided kvrnnMt i ). hose end ., ," '
"ImprlMnment for We -Ex. and
t accessories.
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A wa dvlcnrJ ft* *aJ *.lei.... wbiUdekl do their earn "
eowent....... a Gnuhid, c.......w inwnmi*. A broken promise" eat bo ... 6Irtd.
Milt k t pota n-the he ere moths .. a ttet,Mi but It ca. never be mado M good nanew.b
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our eanw save,

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I RAILWAY WATCH FOR THE OPENING DATE
f HARRIS MOTOR CO. "....r ffyatemCOTltENSED

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WELL WHAT 1 cA11 WtU (U IF.ED 'TEMPTATION' 'w ::"' .
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AR.Q I HAVE WHAT AR6 YqU *'oamm M t All I CA/1 11AY ,$YV4 14r r il1
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YOU HERE FOR KLEPror uwlA TAKING FOR rr t..AY MY HA/to9 ON ..tilT FiVE WHAT r. IR T/IAT' y01/rRi hwtlTY ; :

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FOR RENT-IOO acre good tomato FOR BALK-tin Hart late tre..... AIM Itll'''". one of the Judges of MOd mortgage, sell and dispose of land, ledgmenta personally appeared t.:. ,' '
1 j i WANT ADS ]|I land with boue and help quarter some bee*. Price right E. I. Mc- court and the real fn'.t court this: and personal' property and take ant Cooke. B B. Cook F. C. MItah l .-# '
lit I. McQraw It F. U. II-tl 01'&.. R. F I). 21-" day am ,d at this the hold ft'a&Del ixnonal property under each to me Well known t. be the '.r,.... ,l'
tth day of October. A, I) 1011BHN 1 lease or alignment' of lease and mortgage penoH who MeuMd the fongolne ,'
-- BHEPARDCt any or all of the mm to BAIT '
Mattress em uro
RenovatingOld ,
100 ACRES EAST GLADE LAND. FOB BALE-Nine-room house and ( Ct. Seal). Clerk. Its Indebtedness It hall also' have and *a mattree mad. new tor trlfl. obese In. for rent. Edward Bttl- three Iota In Bay View. TtttMvtll. By H. F ..oClne,. the power to borrow money and to .Issue goozra'l": they Men- .ij.i!
Our truck will b* la Hometead the log, owner. Florid. City, Florida. '' Fla Free from all encumbrance Deputy Clark not... bill 01 exchange and bond : for the d > 11
tint Tuesday of the month Drop -- 'I' Price tl.000. Two block from Indian O A. WORLRY A SON of the said corporation a* Idenrn of puri>oM therein *.* fort*. :;
Solicitor for Complainant. II-II 'n.lento Imni and secure the payment IN WITNKM WHBRHOr I have I. : 1,
part card to FLORIDA MATTRESS FOR IUI.F River and Dish": Highway'Main ,
------- oi 1 HIP en mi* by n mortgage, trust deedor hereunto set my hand and atflMd, my "
CO.. UBS N. H. Flrit Avenue Miami, Une of East Const railroad IN717E trnCl'fr 1!RT. ;LKVKMH -I otherelae ooavcyfng real and per- official seal at MMunl Dads County, I I
Florida mom (701rOH FOR BALE OR RENT: Fair eked nehoun JllIClIIKUIIT oinl I property; to improve, lay off Florida, this the lUll day ol October.W I IA '. t
N. I.. Batchelor Avenue D. passes by property. \Everything DAUB HOUNTi', .'M)K1I),V and "blI.hlo farm and trait Islo' D, I ,
RENT Florida) City. ll-U. tine order' Newly painted Inetde In Cliancvry. loin, Hock. and farm site: to con ( l..11\. H D dATBftNotary .\
and oat Lot all cleared and few 1.I1.IoUH I CLARK truct, erect. equip. repair and Im publla, State of FtoHfla, at n
prose hoiwe: hulld publIc or' private Larft. My coromlMlon. nxplie Ath15. I I !
FOR RENT-A part of the Mora occupied FOIL SALE--Two loU In Town addition ed. Address owner; Mr*. Ida B versed road, olio'*. .lewalk l from' way"i 15!T. .
by the Florida City poet office Noi. B and 5, HX1IO feet Cheese man. SIT ave, New fork W. W. Clark. .'..... ....
:M. Silverman, Box 67, Florida Apply C. Manley, tint house" in City 10.11 DIVORCE!: IhTo l deal In personal propertyof Attorney for Inoarporator II j... 1
Tower addition 14-tf It appearing by affidavit aipeutid <.,try character. ; to 1 hey. Mill &11,1 I I ------ \.. ,
City. | tf to the bill fUed In the above\ tatd' \clinnin. real ...t,,("'. with full power IN TUUB OOI" TY COURT: OF DADBVOl i' '
FOR BALK: Beat constructed bcrooia ,
Sauce that W. W. dark the Defendant lo pledge. mortimge or otherwise encumber '-VTY. FLORIDA
FOR RENT-Two new hotiM*, I and FOR SALE-Fordnon traitor Bradley bungalow in Homciwa.il ValuableMet I therein named 1* a non-re..ld"nt such real I and p.'roonal pre.rt ,,- I "
5 room. Both have large screened mower Hradlay tractor dlk !. screened sleeping poreh: of the Mat of Florida, sad .*! porches and garagei. Edward SWing borrow. carpenter tool, household also has breakfast room bath room '* rMldenre 1 I. unknown; that All'ruT.13 III VOMOS .
there lit In the elate o( Florida C E OARURTIT. doing bualtttM a* II
no person The I
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etc Edward capital 01 corporation
owner. Florida City, Florida.\ furniture (garden tool, and all modern convenience Oa RBO BIRO Defendant
: the cento of a anbporna upon MARKET
shell ho Ten '
Stillng. adralnldrator Florida rage In rear. Lot I I. (1 by 111 feet<< whom would Mad. such Defendant:' 1''oullan10.000,01) i
Dollar divided Into On Hunilrel NOTICE! OF BALE! I ITO
10R RENT: Good glad \land IV* City. Florida. Pile right ajrrwublu t rm.. Box and that h* I* over tie ae of twentyone I II (100) Shnrw par valor oC cools b,'inn (t'. K OtRnKTT AND ALT
miles from Homestead and Florida 417 Homestead, FlorIda 10-tf ywuvi tt le tfcref M ordered that! Oit Hundred (1100.(IV) Dollar pa) OTHKRH INTKRKHTBl: I
FOR BALE OR EXCHANGE New mid I aon.rQ/dent Defendant be andhe I ; i
,
able In lawful money of the I'nltn I
City. Oood rondo Inquire M 811- In required to to Notice I. htioby given that T, I.ouU
Uaktr 11 bore double barrel shotgun Hereby appear i Status or In roporty. labor or eel ,
verman Port Office rildg, Florida WANTED-To exchange a Btnr pianoIn the mil of Complaint flied In mid sauce i \ Allen, sheriff of I>u.It, County. Florida
1 International IK traotor In vies at n Just vnluntlon to bo tined I under and by virtue f
city. good condition for a Ford car. on or before Monday the 24th day or aa eecutlon >
+ 18-tf l hy tho Inpoipirmon, ir' hy the dlrec
mechanically rood condition Florid V. P. Cahoon, Homestead, Fla f December A. D 1191. otherwise the tore at meeting ilitd' fur such 1'.11' upon filial judgaMnt In a I
*, City town lot*. Glade land close O Box 411 10-11 allvcallon of laid bill will be taken pone common law action in the County
FOR RENT AT HiaHLAKD: Good as conttwed by laid Defendant I Court of Bd County. FlorM. aalclmrnt I
In. Can we building material, labor ARTIOI': IV
tomato land 110 to 115 per aero, It I* further entered that order bpubllnbed <. { =tA 'J'.rraat.III.lftllCI: : of
Thin shall have .
either mecbanloal or common company perpetual -
J U. FREE.! ie-lf. once a week for eight con-
What have you, Edward Sttllng) LEGAL NOTICES t eeutlv week. In The HomeMMMl exunence. ln4 court. wherein Edward
I -- HI Florida City Florida L Leader a newspaper published In said ARTICLE V I.yona WM ptemtlft and O. Ek Oar- s
FOR RENT: Twenty acre of glad ooimty and tate. Tha bu.lnr<* of this. company thai rut ilolnfl beemeeo a* Rs4 Jllnl Marj j

land A mil and a bait taut ot FOR SALE-Three-Quarter rise Iron IT THE CIRCTIT COmT OF TIIB.LI Tbl. Ooteber llrd, 111*. bo conducted by a president a vie*. ket, wa dfadant. have i* leil upon
,I';Vr;NTH JIDKIAL OH- liEN BHFPARD: president a secretary and treasurer the following described personal prop.
Iforaestead. Apply to M R. L., In bed, prlng and mattress. All In till OF LOItlDA. IX: (Ct. Ct Seal) Clerk Circuit Court. together with, a board of director, arty: One llurromthe Machine, a*
car of The Leader, food condition. Inquire at F J]. AM) FOK LADEOIiUNTY By H. F. McCluner. which shall consist of not less than I the property of said C. E. Garrett, now
Rue'* home Homestead, Fla. 10.tf. Deputy Clerk. three nor more than ftv member aU l situate In that certain store .room I 10.
FOR RENT: Fiv.-roon brick house In ChancrryDEIOO W. ... DROWN, of whom shall bn clock holdvr of this oated. lying and being In Dad County -
corporation and until the Slut annual Florida and war particularly d*>
All modern convenience Be. F.t bed with HERN.A.NDEZMARIB Solicitor for Complainant ID-IT
FOR SALE Double steel
meeting of this corporation the following crlbed and known a* No III South
,. Webster at swimming pool or J. prlng Also oven for oil itove See \'.. HERNANDEZ. >OTK,": named person shall b* the officers Miami Avenue, Miami I'd-J: that
J(. Webster at telephone office Hobart, Royal Palm Addition No. and director reepectlvely. president I will Mil the above per
il-tf I. tl-tf HILL FOR r>l\ORCR Notice I. hereby given ,that the L. Cooke vloe-preeldent, U K. Cook, sonalty a* the property of the Mid
TO :MARIE HERNANDEZ II undersigned will apply to the governorof secretary and treasurer F c. Mitchell C .H Darren on the Ird day of December
WASHINGTON HQUARE SOUTH, A. D lilt between the hour
the elate of Florida at Tallahassee
NEW YORK CITY, N. T. ARTICI.U VI of 1a.. m. and 1 p. m. on said dat.
on the Hit day of October A D. 1111
You are" hereby commanded to be for letters the The flnt ranting of the company. at the east door of the Court Hoiw
and appear at the Court House In Illami ROinil EAST patent COAST tnoorporatlnff LAND COM- hall be held on the lath day of November of Dad County Florida to the hlfhe .
Florida, on Monday.. the 6th day PANT" under the proposed, charter, A. D. llll at the office of .t and beat bidder for oh tk* pur-
of November A. D lull to answer the company In the City of cbaaer of the above deecrirxd ",*"n.
Our New Auto d.A to a bill of complaint filed against In the the original office' of cf the which lecretar I* now of on State file Dade County. Florida for the Mlaml'j I alty to receive a bill Of sale on the $ ti
Try Lamiry you In this court by Delro Hernande of the slate of Florida of completing the organisation payment of cot .
same being a bill for divorce ... In dse L COOKH tlon of by-law and ... << LOUIS. A. ALLEN
fault thereof the sell bill of com E. K COOKB!\ business a* may com before the meeting II.11 Sheriff Of Dad County, Florid
plaint will be taken a* confessed, and .
F. C. MITCHELL.
judgment by default rendered against The annual meeting of the stockholders iTUP niiniT COURT. riEv
you AllTTCLFS OF ICORPORriON of this corporation shall be heldat I:NTH .I, KI4L I'IRC'I'IT,
It 1 Ia further ordered that a copy We the undersigned hereby ....oct.at. the office of the corporation on Tue DAUK t1)t'MY, F1X>RID.V
of this notice b* published one a ounelven together for the purpose day next after the lad Monday In November In
week for four consecutive week In ot becoming Incorporated under the In each and every year beginning ClusiM-rrjr
the, homestead Leader a newspaper laws ot the state. of Florida' to Iran- with the year lit!. GENEVA BARBER
publl shed U sold County. "Whltth I* act buainm according to the follow- At the annual meeting th* took versus ,
hby deelinated a* the newspaper nf charter: holder shall elect the board of dlreo' CROMWBI 1URIIFR: :
la I which thin notice shall b* published, "RTI(....: I ton and shall transact such further DIVORCEIt : I
and It I I. further ordered that a copy business a* hull properly come before
of this notice be posted In front of The name of the oorporatlnn ehllll such meeting appearing by affidavit' appended
the court house door, and a copy 1 b i* the HOUTll mAST COAST I.ANDOMPANY" The board of dlr?toro nftcr every. lo Ills bill sled I in the above slated {
thereof: mailed to the defendant at : Ire principal office. ihall nniiiml. meeting shall elect from cause that rromvvill Harbor. ties D*. I
her l last known Pout Office address be In the City of Miami. but wild bunlnen amongst" their numbi the president fin last therein named I N a non-nil-
to wit: 61 Washington Square Booth: I may be extended en a* to pleas vin,prmllcnt. MI"ivtitry and trniuurpr d.I nt of the Mate or I'lorl/,la. and I* u
Mew York City, a* I* by statute In other office wherever the directors or Any other urflrer as the byIowastay resident! of lloun I Ink.'. New York;
luoh. cases made and provided, j deem neoeeeary provide for. that there I I. no person In tk* stale
Done and ordered' at Miami Flor" AKTICIE II of Florida. the aerel'e. of *, subpoena
'Ma thl* the lat day of October A. D The general nature of the buolntw AItTICLE'n upon whom would bin I suet Defendant I
TEXACO ,ut. t to tie transacted .hall be: The highest amount of indebtedness : and that I" ler OMr the an at
Wltnea the Honorable H. F At- (a) To buy 01l'D. held use, !lease, or liability to which this corporation I 1l1t-on. yenr; It Is therefor ordered "
1'fIn at any time aubjeot Itself hall be th i HUd resident Defendant I-
; IIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIII/ Forty Thousand 0040.000.000 Dollar. I sad : le IIb raqulrel I to appear
r t* the BUI of '
Aitncunr : Complaint filed In **ldieaasu
Gas Oils and GI'astsprolong : an or before hot\ lair, the Slot. f
The lame and reeldene of the lacorporator .
day Deoentmr, A D, If 11. oth r-
of this company and the wise the allegations of said MH wrlll bn
The
Very Best in Electric Ranges f amount of follows: stork ucrlbed by ,taken a* confessed by said tN4ndant
the life of fine motors and add more II each are a* : II I N fottter ordered that order hopublWiee
..
Star. 1 ) crtoe a week for four onMcytlve -
miles to the gallon. APPLIANCES AND SUPPLIES f I. Cook. Miami Fla. IIK. I wttjus In The Haraeueii '
B Cook., Miami Fla. iF I Leader, a newapepsr publish In MidMontr
C. Mitchell, Boca Raton, Fla a. and state. (
I la witness whereof we have hereuiv Thin October ITth, llllIlKN (
When in Miami Come in and see us j to rut our hand and seals! tht 14th HHCPARI .

day of October, .\. I). llll (Ot Ct Meal) Clark Circuit Court
With each Michelin tire purchased for cash we L. COOKE (Heal.1)E. By H F MoCluney. 3 I

BISCAYNE ELECTRIC SUPPLY CO. I| B COOKB (Real Deputy Clerk.
give-FREE-A Michelin ring-shaped tube. F C. MITCHELL' (Heal) Wtl F DROWN
WHae) : Solicitor for Complainant. 11.11

Intelligent Electrical Service a H. D. GATES
O 8. WXMAN S

= 28 North WrATF OF FLORIDA. 1
Miami
Avenue f COUNTY 0. UADFl
If e carry a full lint of I HEREBY: CERTIFY that upon 1

MIAMI FLORIDA I IiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii this date, before m.. a Notary Public
Standard Auto Accessories In and for the state of Florid.. at Why
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Large. duly qualified and acting u an .
t I I / iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiinniiiiiiiit: officer authorlied to .hike acknow
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ALSOBROOK SERVICE STATION Typewriter Service I f Milk '" :I /



Were Service Excel

Free From tht Trusts 10 When Fresh Milk will be


The finest that Is known | delivered daily to your ,

5 to the typewriter Incfus-. door for 20 cents a ,

s I :: try and one that the pub- | quart !

FLORIDA MOTOR TRANSPORTATION CO. = g her T1" = lie needs. i 1

MIAMI TO FLORIDA CITY ILORIDA cm TO MIAMI I
is 4 t
A.M. A iiP. <. P ,
riitaml 1:00 10:00 I: 0 6OU: IOb1: erlda City 7:10 10:30 110 %i1I.arktss
-.. ..r.. 5:51 : : : 10:16 Homestead :(010(01:10 1:10 3 MOMANDt f DEXTER SMITH j
Kendal 5:3o 10:60: 3:00 0:10 10:10 Modello .. w ti4110:451:11 4:46Beason :
1:11 10:16 1:16 1:16: 10:13 Narana -. 7:00 10:60: 3:10 4:10Rsckdale : =
0:10 10:3010:55: 6:10 10:55: Princeton 7:63 Ials 3:13: 4:10Perrtne
_. 5:44 10:1(1/:44: : 5:44 10:44 Black I'omt 7:67 10:67 3:11: 4:11
Peters ._... .0:10: 10(0: 3(16:10: 10:4* Goulds .,.....5O1 11:51 3:01 6401Goulds OFFICE FURNITURE CO. j Box 126FLORIDA \. f!
1:65 10:00 1:55: 5:50 10:65 Peters 1:11: 51:11 1:41: 0:11
Black Po/a 5:50 11:03 1:01: 5:03 11:03 Perrin -. 5:15: 11:1. 3:40: Gild 5 'I"i \
Princeton 5:07: 11:07 : : 11407 R.ekdsie .... $:SO 11:101Ie: 1:10MaraRla
.r 45 S. E. 1st St. Miami Fla.
.... 5:10: 11:10 3:10: e:10 11:10 Benson ... I:00 11:10 3i 0:05 CITY I .
hlodelle ... 0:11: 13111 1:15 5:15 11:11: Keadat ._ e:1o lnie $:Oe iie
Homestead 0:30: 11:30: 1:30: 5:10 11:10 Larkla 5:16 11:31 0:01: 0:16 i Agent U C Smith nroaArpewrtu Co Phone 3707 | Y

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r"P.ge Twelve. I THE HOMESTEAD LEADER_ Thursday, November 1, 1923!:!

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Charles Clinton Sees Lone Coot Retried To Open AeecMMHry

Hundreds ea Way Here Only Duck SpecimenSeen I And Tire Store Soon, I

on Went Lake Jackson AaaouRCel'I I ,>

H nd."I l, f automobile. are ..'
I. 111", K I ,,..rljU to p'lorl4a BOW and .
M I' Walker tint Charlie! Cav* When toon arrive that .haw. been ordered .
K W 'u 1 king town hack north b.. m.d. 11 1.1 Inf trlii to Wt LaM, 10 for UM Ur and eemuory atone '
< ",i. or I hi." prim* h\"h\ thoy my ulm, ,"Iuw Royal Palm PurN, TM. that''ha *.*. oonMr *tr tl I 1'11 ",,'n ulwd lo 111 thin
,,y, i ny .laj. Ih. y ".m p".1 But over THMii> nwtMBd OJra tile *ter* will tnMMfted -
I i night .n4 W.'innwlny and ntnroelWe M4 opened to the paMta orUmbwtrad
"I".if'o l Clinton Of PI" wMa CHr. who .
.li.i Mlay IIr"'r11001willi" a Mg cateh Ml the rat of the R"-
,t Jl1al reached bMkei after an auto* .
/ of r .h, Uui4 DIo tct.
.,hlr, trip of .mwotlmateljr l,fUll .. Wear connected LUMBER AND BUILDING MATERIAL
Tl. v "'iioH hat few *.*. ... to L wtw wa ft'
n llu, n ilo the tortfohur remark I I I alth coot with the n.....< m Oara.. *."nlX
b* ao''n tier yet, ( l a tati."
t'i'n imkH about the tread *f win- chrw
ill I*] In.h' lu appMnmm *o MM tok'Th .tM age. win bars Wuvrir of the MW Roofing CorrugaQA
t" t i )ltOM I"Iorlda-wnr4 M,. Clip. I ****.. .,ho. A. /ackwn" proprietoraf N fls M'etal Lat Beaver Board
.
1 ." )hxx, h",11 twadliu the Mmmer In t lurk hunting MMM ftlu oa ... .
tile BMBMUM' >,"rth 1I"'n. Conn, tit former horn. Nov. ail, r 20. and local ifUAmi* an drat exeruerr* Mr and acoeaory CementBrJck Paints Builders' Hardware
} ""om"'lllln.i upon hU trip ...tll. I' kt>lu. that this yiwr will ate larger chap. la H......ssd. "We fipwt to Edge Tools I
JYh 1 ',;intn" Mild tin! the rondo were munbrr. or lurk. oil Wn Late than open the .etor within the rat fewdrays Lime Glass LoclaBatti .
and hat, been there tin punt two y..*.. "
0""I I unto they iclvd Georgia
h .. aid Mr Jertwon WtHlneetlayTh
t tl, it I In lorIJa the road from Vain -- -- teaillrjr lmr*..ln : pat r' otafl Plaster Sash
ui, south were In pleiull\ condition Estimate Half :Million experienced by the Homntrai Sand Doors J-I.ib s
".v\ ,1,1 I I that the aut"irnobn** Oaraco In th* nrcmltaiedth I
past year
Will Motor to Florida Rock' I BuDding Tile Screen Wire
r "0fl H l"lu I Inrl' .rr..rcit ttntn Twl\ etate wr To Spend the Winter Ing for the tare and licit e.ory depart .- .. .. Window Frames
10',,r-M-nl...d I by in can that we pe
or nut pa*.. d UK on nun lay of an* Wool comes tram the America.iAtttoraoUie run In cunnoctlm with tilt garage. anil FARM TOOLS AND SUPPLIESMowing
trip." Mr. Clinton Mil "Th* heavy Awoelatlon at Wanhlnx will enable u. to provide more omptU ,
enter: III the i irth.uat and th. MOW Mil D C.. Wherein It Ia pr In I III writ are brlnylug people her. I between 4n<>ou and fl.000 touri. i ront." nail Mr. Jiukjro.
Ai tar tho tourtat win turn baekborn Drill motor to Klorl,H thl. tall and wen Thi bull, "*.. nf high prim, they Hmpl Ur Thla _elation makn It an e.- mId 4n fret tong It will. be rurnlahed i Plow Auto Bodies Steel Fence Posts.
tall to li M.tl.a4* MMttllom thOK>uKly ntolal' point to keep It* flnftrt on the, with modern equipment nc..n ry toI'e Cultivators Horse Rakes Harness
I If they would atop oarf look petit of the ttovt'lteg! public and thenflfttrri efficient handling: of H compete I
about, they would. find tint south I wIll not prove t* be tar amJ. Mock of tice and a nomol,lu, Hand Sprayers Fertilizers Dynamite
)9Oridu I 11/. prhiw to MK ererjr pOt7O" from other IndlcatlVM which point to korlv*. occti-I/

a record wmon fet year. If each KITCHEN WARES
Morgan Massey Passes tourl, apende only Plot on the trip .oMorMa .
Away In ColumbusMr H)hlle in the atntc, it m..ftn Glassware Fireless Cookers Tubs
that proxlmaltly, If*.0100.000 will bip ..
Crocker Wood Stoves PaibSilverware
"' .n,!< I ly \ ;itltora this Inter. Tin
and lira. Joe Burton l h-tl for
.lutonu. luwuxlailon boa wcornnindr on Stoves Boilers
Column. Qottoi Hotter night Intfufonm l ih, /,,!tern route fur traveling Aluminum Ware Gas Stoves U frlguatore
to a MoJ..NW t*.t fUrooonif.rnit
touristI I I..k". Worth lA>ail.r.
/ '",R than of the uneapeetcdilfall Woodware Freezers Electrt Appliances
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of Mn Hurtonl father, MorgiuMai Brooms
*.,y. 1'he. ruMml wa held Wri-I Iunlay Promise Great Speed

I\lt..11100n. cad In olwrvaithlreof Card at State Fair W
allot Mr Barton n biulnou t SPORTING GOODS
li Homettoal woo aI"tram I li to .
I e'rlock. JI.'I""n.I'I I l )' ,Ia.-.Two day of aitornll I Tennis' Rackets Gloves Hunting Knives
:Mr. ftlG..y vr"t wfll known III ''s'' t'n with "l 11I'hl) \\\11'\ ,r.t-, "
IOmrvtuad. BJ I to', tIM ac,.".ton", ''I 1 t" .at: nn I "t'...it ,lui nr .II t-track drl".rI ... Tennis Balls Mitts Thermos Bottles
ant "j l th. nlrtrrn down tier*. liewai I iclud'tn lOg llx11ndattl" and. oil "|M)B Base Balls Shot Guns Thermos Jugs
to have mrtti ,I lu Ilomcxteal 011 of Me I 'cll-I .-t ",\rll.'.. horse railut -And Bats_ Rifles Flash Lights
I't+i timber 1 to take time I t.f M. will B rite up tho aprxfd program 1.1' Loaded ShellsPRACTICAL
ttartn'e dry.cleafllnf I hulnaa., \\pn* A the 1Flnrltla Nt.I.Fall' thli your, u: No Insurance !
Id' ''u* I nkdown it*,,1<, J In a aorl colag to U M mrlplin. ...crelar,.
one Illnm and postponed I Indefinite The auto evmti wUI be *tard en You always feel sorry TOYS" .
'
MM I 1.1p.I) Humo.tf.4. \Ir I1nI I Mr.. I tie m Ill,1 and I third day of: the fair fellow .
for the who loses :
Hi! ton had only rec"' t I'y' tt i ttril n ..*\ ",1.0". Idtli and 17th whICh VelocipedesBoys' Autos
Irttr ...11111''g I lOW raplJly Mr M.,>**.>' ,nrlft I... I tl 1 lay and Saturday IIn'h.I ..' his home, or any of his Wagons Kiddie. Kara : Skates ,
won, 'OI1.00nll at the tl\"" I".. m. *. (J I"?r cf tin, Kiln run. ,if M,,",I Ixy lo run for the emir
II I, and! Urn Hurl 'n w.I' 1,111111,11th' wt.ek., no insurance. How about .i
YOURSELF? Are Buy it in Homestead .
till n re to* d't. I Horn .n' ,Ills f Hetiit' on th. you
i'1 lint' 1.11( : I "I \ini-rkii will u ettr- covered ? If not you better -
Valued Dog UndergoesOperation i rtl I In do Mjto fair awllne bill Onlill call us today. :
I PHONE 242'AVOCADO
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at Garage I cf h 0111.Ole ire well known fot
I ;let ,I II.) ".II tiring I
And Is Convalescing HomesteadInsuranceAgency I .1

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I nf> line lIke !10m. 1))"I' 1Iwhy I
"01 l the Jay be .b.t'" 1"1." ,n out of gad! to tho H.",h.,.?" "oh. II.
1"'I''i '.ft, od ,,* '' l 'h t1 ill, to fill I out" ,'-J,o IK\! Isle I .
0 I'rt'ltu tlun o wax t.:o"".r..lnurn.l. :
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Iv II 0 I" I 1'111. wo,1, h ''tt -
httrtv1 1 "U .?" th"V .to t 1I..r. tin I ;,
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1 h. toe-" "n tho Mil. ,1ISI\,' II tit Por t :
II II7Yto
., 1..11' coot hw upkcrl' Varieties for 1924 Delivery"
*y '* You nim ply' can I 'i 01. t? t 1
tlot.. that. It \I t. fur 1 iii,, owtt ttnd I 1111\11". In 00101110' I.'
lit 't "no ".H hotlll ..1'1I- l1..b. .tll". I It'
ill Open 'te'll'' 4IHIII'hl'.1' .1 :\ : POLLOCK: Form, broadly pyriform, not distinctly necked. Weight, 11to_ 3 Ibs Surface -

smooth. Color light Flesh rich yellow in color. Seed not large in comparison 10 it
Do'ly f 'to any w" i' ,1101. I iiblr i green. ,
I ll Ii.., hit j'u;'1'1' 1'I I JII'.., II.+ .v '.111xrelrtnl'Iul fh'Stcost II with size of tflt Tree, a vigorous grower. Fruit matures July and August. West : .t
\, atntittth" )t tttd .
I Indian type. I it
WIII1\II"j id dllrtltw I I'yoko' I 11"t. :
fnf n_ ne aha \\1'1.1' 1 the ',.''ntlonHi Is the s It t
wool trouble .iuut, \\ ,. I I- WALDIN : Ffetta, broadly pyriform. Wefght,1y"t021ba. smooth Color, .

net.lay when nee beret u'e' 111, "" I cltt f ,[ LastExpense light green. Seed, opt Urge in com IJ1ntwftji size of fruit. Tree, prolific. Fruit matures i I"

." whoa 1'1",1know I ."' ."''11< Mr October and N:1t: en$ r. West "
Hkrtic tu'tr'! l I' j. A snil li 11110'' "..
cUnattt.ttiOi, : 'I'I :::o th" :do.tur'a bmtii !' WINSLOWSQNj;' Form, nearly round.! ..Weight 1 to 1% Ibs. Surface, smo0tB Colorglien.

tlOol In j lI1'a ,111i1.lr. rltt amlne"n and: Fruit matures November anti
1 Tree is an exceptionally fine grower fr prolific.
.
>rK, \ht the .I..u..tt that tho pup irk IM to look your rose coin
>ntt'1",1 1 from n rapttll nod that niot I nnd &(Ive >oli an Petinml December. We4 Indian-Guatemalan hybrid. 11
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I TAFT : Form'< pyrlfonn broad and slightly iwdctxJ. Weight 1 to 1V2 Ibs. Surface r
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Hi' t' 1 Ozanned, Magruder C&or FJeah smooth with trace of' fibre. :
?11111.1'n.l "t& ,1 I "I"i vt' slightly rough. deep green. light yellow, no
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of the hardiest Guatemalan
I Cuconet Grot Sefd, medium" a good grower and probably one varieties -
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I ..f ell." r mil ?.I1'.y u't WAGNER: Form, almost round. Weight, Lto 1'i Ibs. Surface, rough. Color, deep
cot I l I...i I 1111.1\,1| ( f"I the eift't, itill Ii" trrl i>llou IM.. a' 'rraotortai wIttlAgolte. green. :Flesh, 014 eoior cd4aridflootla., Seed, .medium size. Tree, feirly vigorous precocious

id l "Ott!: I On him|j,:tinder'.; u ,look a I 2',bout, nttnnt-o f+v |f x HIT khi.lnO nynteoM. Wail and very productive.; Fruit fiaatom January and February.: Guatemalan type.

tile. 11v., "ifti r I he hid Ho. 11.101 I on lit- i Now COLLINSON : Form, nearly round. Weight, 1 to 1% Ibs. Surface, smooth! Color
.- nit ban.l",,?l and 111 umU, "I I. Ittffn I <: rho" I' U.' {
\tr la' and I it..t up And watfci, 'I' ; r i glossy green. Fktk Ilch.. eltaU: free from fibre. Seed, m 4 um. Tree, a gpod grower and

ovir Cot a drink vf _,..rl. tint h.'IS' S j h. prolific. Fruit utitntes January and February West Indian-Guatemalanilybrid.
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OOBJIUOH It MM li> l Uaver. I SCHMIDT: Form, pyriforra. Weight, IV.: to 2 lbs., Surface, slightly rough. Color ,

alto"" a, epeltdy nI.a....... lMr. Hal' I deep green Fiery,cream colored, smooth, of rich and pleasant flavor. ,It tree Is plantedJn

ht4lnn\ f teas M -toot.., 'M'atchMkve t', ,Uo. tlt\-In I 'Ql'K'.fC s-t YAL IOR sandy soil there are sometimes slight traces f f fibre' Seed, medium sue. Tree, a good

u.l' fll..' oi th* BoM Mmtint. 4..rW < I' Th Mot outlet yet deviad I grower. Doe net have a tendency to produce big crops but produce. fair crops every year.

Iiiad0 001lfttJ' 5O. tt baty 0 fret I for tile main ,, Fruit matures February and March Guatemalan type.
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t're0urloUO' tal.dleW .I ...W aide Grove: Flooding I,: Tree ready for deli FvbruarQ 15, 192.11
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M. lilt ta .Irt! with Systems t ? ; : v .i-'Y' R PRICES OF TREES ,. ,,,,:,,;"\')' .. ''-'
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Itr, an o14 yolae. e. MMtnMIM Low ptfeM. ,. ;. '
--- ,'J ': for* wfonnatlon writ. x V : t; :' ,_ In Iota of less: than 25 trees, $1KO> each at the nurseries. .
.b...W all vrMH Hinl ;sews each the nurseries.
$1.25 at
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profit..tnk. I..*y.the but 4I\.t imM. ,..*.f.ill oyoe Ria.1111'..>'rtlelwr..11\.. : Dorn. MfoCo.. I X45 \ Where tree:we. tQ fee crated for shipment a charge of 25c a tree is made for crating

-KX: .i':,: : t S: |jirkliv' < I,.. .tY.re\ t and delivery to expres: company. Where carloads. of trees are.prderedirees. 'wm bo. loaded
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1f'1 :: --------1 'w A payment of 25%1s required when the order is placed and balance atfjtfie. time of de
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