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I TOR BALE OR EXCHANGE Nw KOR BALE-One turkey gobblsr ,Apply FOR RENT-10 acre good tomato ed that said non-resident nor..dant he each, to hi. Issued fully paid and ci-

r WANT ADS Baker tt bore double barrel shut Johnson at Redd'a Department land with house and help quarter.. and he 1* hereby required to appearto empt from ammssmenta. Maid store
'! the tllll of Complaint tiled in said or any part tborcol may be paid for
run 1 International l-ll traotor to Store. Jill XI. I. McGraw R. F. D. 11-11
... eau.." on or before Monday, the Irddy In properly labor or services, at a
Mattress Renovating mechanically rood oondltloa. Florid r of December A. D. Hit otherwise just \aluatlon to be filed by then, Ulenrporatoro -

city town lots, Glade land close FOR BALE: Bert constructed 1111__ 100 ACRES EAST QUADS LAND the allegation of sold Mil will betaken or by the director* -ofthtar

Old mattre..e nw for a trifle In. Can use building material labor bungalow la Homestead Valuable do** In, toe rent Edward BUI- a* confessed by said. DefendantIt rorporatlon at a meeting called

Our truck will b* la homestead the either mechanical! lug owner Florida City Florida I* further ordered that order he for such puiiioiT property, labor or
or conunnaWhat
asset II cren .d-la sleeping :
tint Tuesday of the month. Droppoet poechialso published once a week for four con- mice may also be purchased or
card to FLORIDA MATTRESS have you? Edward: Billing \ has breakfast room, bath room FOR" ALE: OR RENT Fair slssd new eeutlv. week In The Homeateal paid lor with capital stork at a Just
Florida City Florida. and all modern convenience Garage Leader, a newspaper published In said j valuation of such property, labor .r
CO.. IIH N. B. Pint Avenue Miami. house. N. L. Batcholor Avenue B.
In rear Lot I* II by til f..... county and etat*. aoilres to be fined by the director.at
Florida Phone 1101. FOR!" SALE Florida City l-tf. Thta October I7tn, 1IJI.HKN a meeting, called for such purpose,
Dodg* car, guaranteed In Price right agreeable terms. Box I
r HEPAItlfc: HIXT1I.: That the term for
FOR BALE rood condition Ha four sew Urea, .IT Homestead, Florida l -tf FOR RENT Good glad land tU i
two of them cords also a good miles from Homestead and Florida By H. F. MoCluney. nine (On) years.
Clerk. SEVENTH!: : That the business of
pare. This property of a winter Deputy :
BALE City. Good roads. Inqulr u:. Mlverman
FOR BALE-Double steel bed with FOR -Four-apartment house aI -
o WM. F, BROWN. thin corporation shall be conductedby
spring AIM oven for ell itov See vlslteri Price USO cash and h* Florida City 11.800. |IO( Caen. Poet Office Dldf, Florid Bollrllor for Complainant 11INOTICE a board of directors which shall

Hobart Royal Palm Addition No says It I* cheap at that figure. This Apply III N. E. 17th BtreetfMUami city. 1S-U con iiil of not I I. M than three nor

.ta his net price for oaih No com more than thirteen members as the
I. 11-tf. ll-tf. OF INTENTION: TO AI'
L mission H. A. CAMERON I' same be provided for by the
me mar
L l ll-II FOR" RENT AT HIGHLAND: Good M.Y FOBI.KTTI; : .'.'TK>!T h.I.... of this corporation and the 5

FOR BALE-Good farm mule wagon, FOR BALE-Mine-room hour n tomato land 111 to 111 per acre. I Notice to hereby given that thu following officers, all of whom shall

: iiarnat and two plow. Also 11 to I'OR BALE-lwt* Publishing Co large corner, lot 100 by 110t a J. U. FREE tl-tf. I undermined Intend to apply! to the be stockholders: a president one or
florlda on
of the date anda
vice-presidents, secretary
11 r II tone compott All for 1300. 8. with bearing fruit tree Appl governor more a
Florida State History, Just off press I the 16th day of November Itil for treasurer; provided that the saw
r. Matthews, Homestead SI-21 Coot a... Will ell for lit. 'Addrss. Robertson, Florida City tfitt., FOR RENTI Twenty acre of glade the iMiiance of letter patent to person may hold the office of treasurer

P. o. Box 1:1. n-tf. land. A mile and a half east of I CLAl'HSKN BRADLEY D V V R EK and any other office of the

{TOR SALE-J60 Hart late tree.. Also Homestead. Apply to M. R. U, In I' COMPANY upon the propoMxl;: charter corporation The members of sell '
FOR RENT 1 *f said company a* hereinafter board of directors shall be elected at
bee Prlo E. I. MeOnw.
some right. -
J.:. I"!OR SALF.-Two lot In Tower addltton car of The Leader.FOR i' set out the iinnual meeting of the stork-
R. F. ..
D. It.
No. I and 0. 61X110 ft. JOHN W. CI.AV88KN holder of thin corporation to be heldon
Apply C. Manlsy, tint house tn FOR RENT-A part of the *terao.eupled RENT Five-room brick house W. M. URAMLEY the first Thursday of May of each

FOR HALE-My home. '.room house, Tower addition. 14-tf. by the Florida City potiofflo All modern convenience See F. THOMAS OH. Dl'PREE) year, and said officers shall be elnctl 1

t J* I full\ lots, UO feet by 120 feet, eo *. M. Bllverman, Box IT. florid L. Webster at swimming pool or J. (rltTIFICATK: OF I%(XHll'OI .\. .< at a meeting of said board of director .
4' i,.tI 'I".I\I\\\I.\", : : to be held on the earns date,
OF (
City f TION
r fruit tre consisting of grapefruit, FOR; SALE-Fordson tractor Bradley H. Webster at telephone offlo*. .
the and Immediatelyafter
lIl1'ItEE: : (MI'AMt: at sums place
,':, ,. orange taorelon avocado and mower Bradley tractor disk I It and lltf.TO This I. to certify that e. the underIgned. the annual meeting of thq itock-
"lime., Also I acre of glade tan harrow, carpenter tool., household' FOR RENTr-Two pew home, do hereby associate eurwlvef holder .

within half a mile *f Homestead. furnltur garden tool, eta Edward I room. Both have large screened LET-Two furnished room suitable Into a corporation pursuant to the UIUHTH: That the name* of.the y

Address M. P. Wallam. homestead Billing, administrator Florida I porch and garage. Edward Bullet for light housekeeping. Apply (iravlnlon of the law of the state of officer. who are to conduct the biwl
F. Florida ll-tf Florida providing for the formation per of this corporation until thosaelected
owner. Florida City, Florida. Robertson City
Fla. II.". City, Florida. of corporation for profit for the purpose > al the first election ar qualified

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end do by Itnanl of Dint-tors .;
mentioned i and to that we
1000 ACRESOf NOTICES I thl*. cue certificate. set forth: JOHN W. CI-ATHSKN
II LE FIRST: That the name of the corporatlon W ,M HRAKLKY!'
SELLING Marl Prairie Tomato Land U CI.ArHHIiN-URADM.y THOMAS ()'H. DLTItKR: :

I > President John W. riauMen
IX THE bunt- Vlc-presldnt W. M. Uradley
SECOND That the place of ,
Tomato Land and Trucking Land fvo acres new land t miles COUNTY f'I.oIUPA new ol said. corporation shall b* Dade Secretary and treasurer, Thorns O'H. t
EDWARD Plaintiff
Met of Goulds known a* Dr. LYONS County, Florida, and such other place Dupiee.
venue of Florida a* NINTH I That the highest amount
Burkharfs Seminole Plain. and reunite In the stale
C. R GARRETT! doing business a..
That'i MV ButlniM the nature and progress of the business of Indebted nese. or liability to which
Aim Mum l'l'OIJl-- ttael RED HIRE MARKET Defendant of said corporation hall from this corporation can at any time iub ,

-- No restriction on packing or NOTICE OK HALFTO Urn to tim render necessary or de- pot ll>eir Is One Hundred Thousand
: C. R. OAKRETT> AND ALL .Irabl*. Bald corporation hall also lIfHnnn.oo Dollars.THNTHi .
Florida Belling
B. II. EDWARDS Florida City OTHEK8 1NTEKE8TEI!: ):
: have the power to conduct its biurtnra ThstUhe names and resl-
Call Dr. W. H. nnrklinrt, Notice Is hereby given that I, LouisA
In any or all of its branches and have deacon of the subscribers of the stock
: Special RcpreMnttt'ive Tatum Bro. PHONE n. S. I Allen sheriff of Dads County, FlorIda One or more office outride of the of this. foiporatloiv together with the

Ill N. E. Pint !t., Miami. FU.J under and by virtue of an .<. state of Florida, In any or all of the mount of stork subscribed for by
scutlon upon a final judgment la acornDon several. ttate or territories of the' each are a* follow: '>
law action In the County t'nlu-d States and In the ltridt of Bhare.

Court of Dad County, Florida, said Columbia and In abj; or all foreigneountriee. John W. ClaiiMrn. Miami ,,'Ia. .,=!* e
judgment rendered the llth day of W. M. Pradley, Homestead Fla. 4
October A. l>. l.... in the afore. THIRD That the principal office Thomas O'H. iHipree, MiamI, Fla. t

: This Beautiful Home and Grove: mentolned court, wherein Edward of aid corporation shall be located WITNEss the hand of said cubrrlher -
and C. K, Oar-
Lyons was plaintiff Bird In the City of Homestead county of thin Snd day of November' ,
rett doing business a* Rs r was defendant have levied upon JOHN W CLAl'HHBN' "
the following described personal properly FOVRTHl: That the general natureof
shall W M. HRAIH.ICY: 'i
One Burroughs Machine, si the business be transacted
the property of said C. B. Garrett now be lest of ectnd O. ..vnt or broker. '.
: or rlllll, _
t FOR SALE ituite In that certain More room 10cated for fire, life casualty, marine, accident .. i-Ot'>TY OK "AII"lUll ;
health Indemnity, bondingplafilaM
lying and being In Dado County
and Inurance On this tnd day of November, intl.before .
automobile burglar
Florida .and more particularly d-- .
me a Public duly commissioned
crlbed and known as No. fll SouthMiami ; giving protection to principal and sworn.
and employer, and any ether personally rams
Avenue Miami Florida) thatI
miles from Miami. will cell the above described per kind or claea of Insurance. In all Itibranche O'H DirPREB! to mo well known
Homestead 28
I Located on Redland Road, 6 miles from sonalty a* the property of the Hid *; of acting as agents or representatives and known to me to be two of the

: C .B Oarrett on the Ird day of DMinber *- *f owner or other person Inooriioraturs desrrlbsd In and WHO '
A. D. llll between the boon or evaporation having or claiming
signed the foregoing articles ot:In*
of 11 a. m. and I p. m. on said date any tnterent In mnrchandlae, corporation and acknowledged before
at the cast door of the Court Mouse .sole cargoes freight or other subjectof
me that they signed the same
of Dad County, Florida, to the highest Insurance, This corporation shell for the purposes therein eipressed. ,
also hat the power te purchase, rent.
and best bidder for cash the purchaser
and 011.5w'wise
lease, mortgage sell
Of the above described personally acquire and depose of real ... hereunto set my hand and seal. this :
to receive a bill ot sale on the situatedor lad day of November, full.
tate srd personal prap.rty
payment of costs located In the county of Dada or In (Notarial Seal) AI.VIN I>. DCPREB,
Notary Public, State of Florida My
the stats of Florida *
4 11-14 Sheriff of Dads County, Florida any other county In
Commission .
siplrss -.-. )
or In any other. state Iq the ttalludBtate
.. to punhase, ew h-.ld and KM1M: OF }'t ORrftA. &
IN THE nRCTIT OO1 RT OF Till: ell ell kind. of continc'. In writing IMYOFI), I>I. *Mi *f
ELEVENTH: : Jt PIMA ('IIU't'IT'N Inetrnmenuvklenclng On this. lcd day of November HI
leases, options or otl>''r .
AM MK I>AI>K ('Os :>. and Interests terse me, Notary labile
any and nil rlgnts a duly wramlsislnnert -
r. TY M/OIIIIIA In and to any real) estate or and ewora personally earns ,
I. ChanreryA ehattlea or chow In rctlon/ '-cludn.tb. W M. IIIIAI .F.Y' lo ms well known. 4
A. MeLKAN Complainantvs. power to exoi.oil's nil rlKhts ot anewwr and known to mo to b* one of the

r 01' own- a thereof: lo ....1.. In Inrorpbrators described In and Wh
CAIXIB McLRAN. Defsndant the organisation development financing signed the foregoing articles of.Incorporation ,
I and refinancing of other worthy and acknowledged before t'
t ORiir: OF" PI nuc.vnoxtt business enterprise. heretofore or me that he signed the sent. for lhepurposes

appearing by affidavit appendedto hereafter tow/ carried o-i hy anreorporatlim. therein expressed i. *,*
1 the bill filed tn the above elated -partiien.Vlp,, InIIvirtual IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have
cause. that Call Is Mc!
therein named. Is a nonresident praise all the rights of bnliluni, ant Ind day *f November, llll.Notarial .
I of the Slat of Florida and Is owner. of Mock .,f ether ooriionitliiiis ( Seals JC. X CROWf.ETA
resident of the City of MrRso and and to dolegatt to any 01 Its orrtocn Notary Public. Stale of Florida My
J.Y tat* of Georgia: that there lot no person the power ui *n hold. tots and **. Comml-rlon suplres 1-17-11, (rBIUITT8 '
I In the stats *f Florida the series ercls, all the rI..h'4.t owaet .*hold- : A HOWKN, .*
..f a subpoena upon whom would bind ".I
en. of any cut"i tock; to wrcls all Attorney for Incorporalor! .
sock defendant: that the defendantIs the powers of any corporation th.

over the age of twenty-one years) stock of whloh. hall b* owned orcontrolled
t. It I* therefore ordered ,that e4 this corporation, seeps '
by : TILE Cllin IT (COURT HKV-:
defendant be and she Is here.by law to loud ....1 ad.
as prohibited by : KITH Jl PIn\I. CIRClrTaf
required to appear to the Bill of vane snooty er give, credit to luck PADE('lt.IfTY, FLORIDA fe.:
.ompisint filed In said. eaus on or before .
t.I term ff
ponoi* and ta such a* may ,
I Monday the 17th day of December seem ritWdient and Ir paittmlir to ULUAN tL.ARK.areryvenw
A. D. 111 otherwise the alls- customer sod other hating dealing '

rations la said bill will be takes as with this eorporatlo, aad to give, W. W. Clark. f5
confessed by said defendant .
guarantee* or becorn security for any
suck persons; to act a* agent broker It appearing by affidavit appended
that the order be published once a
I nr radar in any lawful burineM for to the bill filed In the above state.awe
) week for four consecutive U
f week
e +" r+ 1 the Homestead any p*< Leader a
newspaper prescribe by-law, rules and regulation
therein named
a non-resident r
la said
publlshsd county and tat*
t approprUto for the transaction .f tile stats of Florida, and said. D >
This Otis day ot October A. !>. Mil. and
of the buslnee f saM corporation
t, PEN HHEPARD fsndtnf residence I* unknown; that
the elocution of any of the power there I 10 BO perm In the stats of Florid
Clerk of the Circuit Court
said, either
conferred corporation
upon .
the arvlo of a subpoena upon
By H. F ,
McCluney by th* term of this charter by law M
whom would bind such Defendant
(Ct Ct Seal) Deputy Clerk.
In express teems or by Implication, and that h* ls over the ag of twenty.
and to amend the same; and to do alland ono nan It I* therefore ordered
; that
'' and avocado trees this attractive home hat _.. ..1....... h
Set In a grove of 20 acres of IX IRK: ciitrtrr eoritT FI.KV everything said Ron-resident Defendant be aad $,
r the "' IttTIAL. ('IRdl'IT convenient *r proper for th* _0.' be I* herebyrequired to
modern dwelling. ''Guarded by stately palms at entrance ESTIf appear ta bT'
all the conveniences of a city '. DADE (COUNTY FU>llin.\ p4lshmn of any of the purpose*, or the Bill of Complaint dial U said MOOS f "

it out on one of the best paved roads in Dade County I. ('h__, Ik. attainment of any one or more of. on or before Monday, the 4lh day *f
i peeps kum. GENEVA BARBER,. the objects herein enumerated. or Incidental December. A. D. I til. otherwise the
The 20-acre grove has grapefruit. King and Valencia oranges, tangerines, YMIM lo the powers. herein .named *r allegation- said bill will ba taken
I CROMWELL BARBER. which shall at any Mm appear conducive as confessed by said Defendant
: of tropical fruits.
and other varieties
r :' vats, man os, avocados many DIVORCE or eipedlerl for the protection It to further ordered that order tm r

II appearing' by affidavit appended or benefit .f corporation, either published one* a week for sight eooeeatlt e'''
: } for particulars address owner, t. the bill tied ta the shove Mated a* holder of or interested In. any weeks la Th -.,.,
I \. cause that Crmnwell Barber the Us.rsndant property or etherwhw.: with alt thepower iMJer, a newspaper published In *aldcounty .
iJ,., 'hsrsls ......! to a ...-.....- sew .. hereafter conferredby and stst. d '
sad I las law of tko stale *l nold This October tlrd. till. ",
dent ef the otsto of Florids. *
tan I R. A. FONTAINE resident ot Reload Ik. New Trk| FIFTH: That the amount of the HEN BHEPARD.J.: (4

: -. that there ta, persoa te the state authorised capital otock of this cor.porattoa (Ct Ct Seal. ) cterk Clrcn Oomt. a

', ot Florida, th* srvWo of a ubpoenapo shall be Tea Thousand (I10n ,- By H. r. VtoCluney
. 4 .. whom would Mad such Defendant e.> Dollars, which shall be divided I>e ut, Clerk.
,: ;'>'. R.?F.., Homestead, F1orld'l, us : ; and thai he to over the age of Into Oe. Nindrrd ,..*) rtiaer* W. f'i JROWf.. w
...,. ,,"{ ? ... ?'.P rsw .T.i tw.At,-..* year! It I* ,.....t_ srdw- of Wee Hundred (ll...**> 15eisrs 90aaoit.r. foe1;i(.aiola'naatrr, -'.Ie2f: u ;

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PilllllillllitUlllltl CROPPED SINCE Y



Tomatoe) Pay Men Who
Farm Regularly and PLUS AN INCOME .

= Moderately 4
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I WORTH OF LOTS ;== 'on let.atll1"< -planting- and tomatoes yoroutegularttr Inldom.Mes4 In the famous Redland District, located 30 miles south of Miami ,

= and vtolnlty will brtnf
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SOLD MONDAY =ii= ode.bag 'feMppod.. every yearno.* h.
i I=: ram to Homestead In not and ha Grove Homes Park
== lout on only one crop during that
==: '1 never tlied to plant too big an
EsH We put our new subdivision at Miami Beach on |=: acreage," aid )lr. Horn Twenty.flvo 1"
:: or thirty semi will brine a *aat is a development of one of the best tracts of land in the fastest
== =3 a pretty food profit u a. uiuti thing,
3 the market on Monday, November 6, and before i:: and l It anything should happen to growing county in the United States .
ho will not In the
3 E cause a failure go

H night had sold 109 lots for $350,000, and additional |:: hoi very deeply"
Borne eKgrated itortea of tomato '
This is what get for invested in
:: MOM are due to air cutlet that tifnvMe you your money
sales have been made daily since that time. |3 )lr. Horne eald "Some fellow Grove Homes Park : e
3 git an Idea early In the season of 5
:: what they think they will make from
E 3 their crop, thi>.n It they fall quite a bit A warranty deed giving clear title to a lot 50 by 150 feet, planted '
= under that they flcure that they h n. with eleven selected tropical fruit trees, as follows: 2 grape-

1 Mar No. 51 I Ii > 3 3 uffered mui will a plant big loon. crop for that Inetano brine him, n fruit, 1 pineapple orange, 1 Hart's late orange, 2 King oranges

Altos Del :: 1400; but In the height of hi" "no 1 Persian lime, 1 tangerine, 1 kumquat, 1 avocado,, I
:: thu.la.m at planting tin h* mayhave Haden mango. These trees will be planted in the most ap-
1:: expected! a retur of 114,000. He
:: .. proved manner, fertilized and cultivated for five years free .
teti the world that h* loot I.GOO Oil
5 this subdivision is called has broken all previous
as ==: all croP. when a. a matter of fact of all cost.
:: h* probably cam out a. coupl orthouaand
H records in sales, because every purchaser of lots in p E dollar ahead" Water and sewer pipes to each lot; electricity and telephone facilities

our Altos Del Mar Numbers One, Two and Three 1H :::: Mr Horn wy that there I. very provided; streets constructed; grounds beautified; a
Indication for a good tomato season rata interest in community building to cost not less than ,
and and these Me year Asked If he expected any pro
have made profits same ?
:: weather art-back at the beginning of $35,000 which is to be the property of the lot owners. Elec-

H buyers were eager for a chance and did not wait pf :: the season h* laid: tricity will be furnished by the City of Homestead and telephone -
'Th* only thing to fear would be facilities by the Bell Telephone Co. at the usual rates. '
| for us to begin advertising Number 5 before they =: heavy rain now and I rather think .
:: tl. time ha. pant for them to come There will be no charge for sewerage and water. No taxes l
ff gobbled up more than one-third of the lots we had =j jH =: Of count. we will have plenty of or assessments for five years. You become a stockholder
= rail before the .on I* welt underway in this unique development which is being sold to good citizens 't
to offer. : I: IH :: but I don't think It will Come
"'e 3 In such manner a. to. damage our only. '0
iH =: croP..
= Mr. Horn will nifty on packing \ You receive a certificate with your lot giving you a pro rata interest .
We have a few left and are writing this ad in order |3 operation thla year In the B W. Mor- : I' in 7,836 ((94 acres) of selected! avocado trees that will

H to give the readers of the Homestead Leader a |=:.rl and* warehoua power plant.Dumping lint. the electric light '*, \ be planted and cared for by experts for a period of five years '

.. ? ;.. at no cost to the purchaser. You may retain this certificate
H chance to get in on this sure thin | ; Ground Paid and sell your lot-you may keep either or both. The income .

= For After Long Time from an avocado grove runs into big figures. There is no ))1
=- reason why the owner of a lot in Home Groves Park should .

H Prices of these lots are as low as $945 and as high |:: The. Homestead city council hut not more than pay for a winter trip to this wonderland. ,
E33 CEg :: weeK authorlaed the payment of the
as you want =' ground purdiaed three yearn ago You get pure, sparkling water here. Redland District water is

St =: for city dumping ground. Th debt J. shipped away daily by trainloads. You get the benefit of a
amounted HJT tO. which <
= to of 11I7.ln
:: w.i Intereit sublime climate every day in the year YOU have the finest
H Only one-fourth cash, balance 1, 2. and .3 years |:; ]. 1'. Free appeared before tho fishing waters in the world within a short run from Home t

with only 6 per cent Interest |:3 rounrll and asked for a peUal rat.. Groves Park. You have the very best schools, ,churches,'
=: for
dlnplay lighting In ahop window
macadamized roads and business in .
opportunities this
== :: Thl matter wa referred to J D progressive
== 9 Tower and 1. U Redd for Inventlga- / section.In .

3 Streets are to be paved,'electric lights installed |=: lion Home Groves Park will live in that is abso
:: Th. Clerk K I: Edward, was *Uthoriied you a community
Hf and good pure water from mainland sells at Ful- =:: to advertise for bid for old .r lutely restricted for the use of good people; You fare pro: \ II xt
; light plant machinery Bid wvrs re- \ ", ,jected in this. 4 '
positively If you are not a good< citizen there .
ford supplied, all at our expense. |:: reived for the operation of the city is in this
no place development for
:: sanitation department and A Doyle you. .
a =:: wee awarded the contract for another
= =:: year, Tile clerk wa authorlied to Full details and illustrated literature, will: be mailed promptly
r We do not hesitate to advise everybody who can === pay a Urge number of the city'* bill. upon request.
H to buy one or more of these lots. Call and see us HM No community Is better'than )tS'" idzensliJp( Y nd no development

.i is likely to be better than the people behind itr.You are invited .
or write for maps and price list or call on Mr. B. g
to investigate this proposition thoroughly. Below is a
H H. Edwards at Florida City or your own real ess list of the officers of Redland! Home Groves Park Company'

and other references: .'..;j,, '
e tate broker. =EB IRRIGATIONI ";;.;,, "
sig OFFICERS References of Officer:);

Altos Del Mar is located directly on the ocean, a g President "
J. H. Oilman. Prem. Hank of Bay Blm-ajntut ..
= short distance north of Miami Beach and is reached H Low coat tow upkeep. JUDGE W. H. PRICEI! aenl,': .. k'; <
J. f. m"j" () Bank Traxt Co., "><
= Til* main, large Miami Fla. ,.. '. ,
Miami I ,# ,, '
cd by automobile along the splendid Ocean Boule- H : ,

I :: VicePresidentFRANK H. L. Ad"".... V-Prmi. uMIO; National
S Yard. Remember our advice and heed it if you ff v Bank, MaadtentFr, N. H.Keilall .
First, ?r ttoltey A Cte, Mfgit. Goffitown
H want a safe and sure thing.TATIUM s :''' Goffstown, N. H. It, If

I Is theLast Secretary 1. H Hvnrn*. ....... National Commrevlal -
Bask .. Ir.S ,
(0. Albany If Y

1 I 25 Eagle St., Albany, N. Y. coerce Roy Albany Smith. ,,BetHUry N. Y. Chamber. of Com. ..'
| Expense M
Treasurer :: '
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Bank of Homntead,Ilomr-Kad, Fla.Cittern .
Ak u* to look your grov ev.r NEWT. G. BALL \, Bank of RfmrelnMl, },.;;' ,. '; .
Homestead Fla. '. Y \

I and.giro you an estimate /
Manager: and Horticulturist ,, Runk r.,' .'
Ozanne & Magruder ; ritlae of HomratMHl, Kta, '; :
= = 'W. K. WALTON Tliom t. PanrnaK ffto'r-T_ Mhi'::;; '
TATUM BLDG. MIAMI, FLA. Corooot Grove _Redland, Fla Ikwk. On-I...... Cox, Miami Brw.h. Vim .:' 'f'.I 4

= 53 ., ,., ',;"', :
== Irrigation, aermotor windmill, : 1 *I.',; 'V'if.' "<>i'1 "
53.' lank, water *system of wd.<3 .ei. BA\K Or HOMESTEAD HO.MtKTEAH: FLORIDA .', .ti", i i.".,',!'./I,
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a P. S.-We still own and sell those famous marl to- I F' '/'l..t.CHAMBER Or COMMERCE 1IO>IKKTL.\U. J1A>1UD.\ ',II'1 ;:. 14., t .f' t' .

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I mato lands, locair'j just t east of Homestead and I I This development for sale on easy terms. Prices: $1,000 to $1,300. ., ,
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Florida City and they will never be as cheap again -Qt"JCtt CTto'ALt Write for map and other Information. :

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as they are this year. Better select what you aro i for UK. main ,'" 5 5
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The Homestead leader
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00087295/00167
 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 15, 1923
Publication Date: 1923-
Frequency: daily (except sunday)[<1926>-]
weekly[ former 1923-<1925>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (June 14, 1923)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1931.
General Note: B.E. Archer, editor.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002075048
oclc - 34296444
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System ID: UF00087295:00167
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Succeeded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Leader-enterprise

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., PLAN TO BUILDTOURIST Masculine Attire U SEI INCREASE SMtMuten c..dI = ---= f

New Art for Women, Tee Diidwt is SaI 1kJ de OVER-SEA ROAD WORK CAN START 1


f\ "Aa unexplored tIIM" end**"* new
S NEXT SUMMER of the .{ate federation*
.rt" are Urn which Dr. Charles WeOarmo IN LAND VALUES of '
E', I me** club In eight different t
professor smerttu of Corn
euto will be In Heath DMkt Countyundag
ll University: baa ..*,.*. <. Women's Old .- ----
MoMay I attend
a meeting

Redlands Hotel Co. May Be khlrkert'.***and.t.d."hktking, custom bienh of wearing" .. Stilm'g Says Proposed Canals tile of Oeneral the Moth Federation Be.r Counoll ef City Books Audited lella of Dreams About Road {

:' Incorporated Within owing Will Reclaim 73,000 of Women' By Expert From Miami Over Florida '
r" Dedarmo Clubs. Th* etat** represent wilt be Keys

Next Week Dr. ha* Jurtretaraed!! from Acres of Glade XII Carolina. South Carolina. Ken Years Ago...
:' a summer *ptn| In rwrfV Carolina tucky. Tennessee. Alabama elnwudlor
Louisiana, Uarlon <<
Illinois' and California. A* W JUoM Georgia and Florida.neridee l host Miami '
If corporation paper.; for the Red land a book en Ind ...... art _..'lh*>andB Land .wner.. In the drainage die- these tight delegtothe arrived In HMte&cIII.. first DADE TO START WORK A 1

!r' lotel Company will probably M takeout u or the publishers this tall. hlWew- Inn proposed to provide both drainage porty will tnelud* the state .t tile week to begin, th. Job 01'

neat week, according to a localbttalne point during' frig trip wa naturalist Of aid navigable canals from HIrayno l*- Mm, J. U. MoCollumi the presides auditing the city book*.. H* becamIII

r ** man,who tea prime factor In M artistic natures Bay aq Homestead are enthasiasUe 6f 'bade County Federation. president i yesterday and returned to MianU o Will Extend Road From \
: th. The oust the project, which U being' Mrs. H. P H. I* expected back time .. h
W' movement t* build a 1100.00 great thing about the National Jennlscn' and Mr W. & any to rl Florida City to
:' teurtet hotel for Homestead and th* Park,"' observed. Dr. DeQarina, with her of Commerce says that all ef the ef Jsanlnga.vloprldent .....* tbls work which<< he expect will "

,. Redland Dletrlct This. man said today a twinkle la hta eyes, la. lu tame mere Edward Billing, a member of the general federation. tales. about two wertur1 time Cards Point i I"i'

that a* ooon .* all the Inoorpora. aalipaJ. and wild women! Modern the drainage commute of the Chas The women v The city boob have not .been '
will be
,' i', tore had been lined vp. their name* woman In Camping deer "'PreMntIArt pee el Commerce ear that all Of the th* Royal Palm Btat entertained Park at audited for several year. aooorUIng County Commissioner. f, D Re4<'. ..1

.Ii. ; would b* available for publication.Thla a* she to willed Horn of the .land owner that hare boss approached day and they will b* the en Bun- to City Clerk R K Edward who returned Monday morning from '

now bowl which,* ll bee fit. women, la kntekerboekens try to loot ere wining for the formation of Holland Woman' Club gueet ofth Key West where he attended the,
at luncheon
ty-room structure modeled after ho Ilk* regular guy*' Had. succeed In the drainage district at the Redland club house krlne Ceremonial, bring hiss Information '

..If{: Isle In Miami and Miami Beach willb looking ilk the d.vil. After peculating "It ta almost Impossible to realiseth I day 'Iloon.I Mon NEWMAPSHOWSDIXIE that by February Monroe' ;:

financed primarily by local men. a* to what would be Ideally great benefit to b* derived from County expect to Mil the .bonds. recently '.

A wan who U In a poaltlon to know, right w* decided thai th. enUr* the proposed drainage district,, ae HIGHWAYSTRDECONDmON voted for the censt/ueWon of
n. ay* that $IO,0 for the purpose can ensemble of clothing should be coax planned' and worked out by the Red- I Wins Game; a bridge between Key Urge and the

teeny b* raised In Homestead and tic sJstrn*.,wit k.Itself I and UH be entirely land District Chamber of Commet os", Loses to Same Team mainland at Cardt Mueid. This. will

w ", rest of tna. RedKuid. District, and tbej. feminine. The hair should b* compact aid )f. Wiling. link Dn County and Key Largo by

other IIO.OO can b* obtained on and yet not mnnnl.h. when this "On land owner, who la IntendedIn The Homestead and read DO w.-II a* by rail, and U latent

first mortgage.In camping outfit I* worn, and the effect the district Informed me the other baseball Coconut Grove eod k* the first step toward an ever- "'-"-'' '
ef masculine day that his land which he now value teams split even after 8u... .'a automobile road to Key Wads .
t ( the opinion of the hotel group clothing should not day'* and 1
" 1 the beet adapted and available ait be spoiled with a pair of tar ring at |IOO." aa acre, will be worth In/ Homeetead Monday defeated game since East Coast Chamber Aims >lmuNm. >ouly with the commencement .

I"' for the hotel eo far ha bee Diamond dangling down! Tot wo did sea earring a very short time after the wok U ft ecor of I to 1 Coconut on Sunday Drovewith af To Correct Wrong ef work on the Card Hound t

Park, the five-acre tract owned b with the outing costumes Somey .- completed ll.OOe.e an acre. ternoon and ImpressionsTo bridge, construction or a road from "
; "I B. W. Morris to the north of tho city timer a feather. hat spoiled the effect "1 prophesied thirteen yean ago city with we defeated by that Key West to. Meddle. Bunches Key will

1. ,, ". limit, learnt other site were con Knloker. .a palnted fao*. ,a 'that ibis,"would com to .pass, sad,,1 *., afternoon.a score of I to' II on Mont begin, thus starting the future ever-
',. :c rally expect to tom. .und.'* ..... wa correct erroneous report about soe highway from
,I eldered from time to time, but their feather hat and ear tinge are few m| predictionsjust played her and both ends At the

'H limited area precluded any pooelblll- at this mane fnftonrrulttas wa notlMwL"Th I realised.I n-n........ nu.. .Monday wa played I Iit the__ Irixi_. _Ln"Highway.. down. the seat ..me time Dade fSiuntv.. 'hb<<'h *M.rently .
tmnr or Tl,"o Ur. of ---- CIMI vi r IVTIUK .ine A""vvutuuil fit, sold .10....'
ties of landscape beautifying Tneft fact that some of the women I land Th. Homestead worth ot bonds
I. Ideal of the hotel men concerned. I* looked grotesque In their garment a great part ot which la a* fertile athe Dent llas-up folio_: Ihe Chamber of Commerce of the for the purpose, will begin Work on
pitcher: Hobba, ditcher Hall. Hunt Coast of Florida ha circulatedprinted
to have a hotel sat In the center of brought ue to the realliatloa that the: valley of the Nile, being planted first base Derr extending the Male Highway from "
!I. to banana, Sugar cane : second baeei Jen chart that picture and explain Florida" City t* Cards
and Point
a comparatively targe tract ot land, an unexplored field for women other kins, short M meet
crops stop Harris, third base) tbs exact condition of the ontrarued. the
where there will be ample .room for ft U a new art, one not mastered equally profitable MeWllllams.; Key largo Bridge A. commissioner .
P' beautifying the ground with tropical Women have. thought' for ages of the for'Th* credit le due Tetum Brothers, field; Davis, center left field. : Ounn. right 'W have written, on big yellow from this district Mr. Redd will I

.. tree, bushes and flower They want purely fenlnlne garment and have opening up and developing the placard placed In haw charge of this road work.
t"' a hotel that will be dl.Unctlve-one (earned to adjust It to their Individual tat glade and they are atlll getting -- nubs and publlo place garage la ,, motor Th road to Key Largo will be the
towns In
t, j'< that visitors will always associate with ... But thev havenot yet, a* In a great rainy' farmer who are male- 17JIILLSBLEVYIN ) rlorid/ and Georgia an appeal to mo- beginning. nf tAe reaHeatloit of a

r the luxuriant tropical foliage of the rule, discovered what typo of mannish Ihould log this Vast fertile territory w hat /It torlet/ to auk garage men for these Conllnuid en Page fllx)

4 southernmost city on the mainland ef garment beet suits their particular be. rherla" laid K. 0, 0ewell, pmldent.
the United Slate. need." "Our avocado Industry, while In Its TAX BUDGET of this. _latloD. The** chart, or Finals Being Played

,,/ Iy It I* expected that all obstacle to Dr. DeOarmo la author of the Infancy le ono of our greatest map, are entitled "Th Truth About For Tennis RankingsTh

: 4 Incorporation will have been removedby "Needle* column on Th Leader editorial Our canning factories, In Florida City, the Dials Highway Down the East
., i' the first of next week. The plan page H. I* a prominent educator he lee factory and saw mill are Coast ef Florida. It wa .eoeeaaryIB forking

J' .. to get everything in readiness for I and the author of a number.of treat acquisition and a lasting benefit take this step beeaiu many final petition In

1 building In the spring so that the hotel hoots on educational subject<< to the community. Th grapefruit fate statements have been mad concerning the Diamond Tennis. Club are now being

t may be ready by the opening ot the canning factory at Homestead, will One Mill for the condition of tbs Dixie plsytd by Theman Loom)* and
I utlllae the fruit and will produce Highway from Claude Campbell against. Rollln Cham-
i following winter season. quite Jacksonville to Miami
Chamber I
CLAUSSEN PUTSINSURANCE a revenue for the grower of ComJ :and Homolt..... Ill admit there area I Wins and C. N. Walked.

t Capers Pleads Guilty "If we all co-operate with the n.... merce Aid few detour but they have been I The seta were thro out ef five,

land District Chamber of Commerce, takes over by the etat road department end the score now stands I t* 4 In

r Of Automobile Theft; FIRM f fIN pat ur shoulders to Jh* wheel and The yeara budg\'t was finally made are being kept In 1'00.1.bl.. '' favor of Chamblls and Walker andS
sivl the support that .... should give. < condition." to o la favor of Loomis and Camp
Is in Jail 'In" Miami up at the meeting of the town
HOMESTEAD w* win find that the Chamber. Comrteroo of Florida" City Tuesday night council Mr. Hewell said' the DUI Highwayn .bell. The 'last set **. started with *
le a wonderful The a whole, from JacUwnvllI seer ef I to I. U
power for goods tax levy was .taosd It en sod will b* finis' *.
at mill
: wnlcH south, U In better 114 next wrk.Growers i
/ "" condition that It
Martin Caper* pleaded guilty In i .. RtlLDIMU rER.\ft'IIi' HehCeO lao'lndod *_mill levy to create a has .been for ytan.Fereo1 I .1
court Tuesday. morning when charged opeolal fund I* be used by the eouncl I I
C1 I Building permit Issued In planning t* com fromJackeonvlla
with the theft of Henry Breoker automobile a ussen Bradley DupreeCo. HomeiKead for tile betterment of the town In snf Adjourned To
recently: follow t{:. J. Paoeltl.garage are eked to rail for titroad *
li, about I o'clock'but Friday Succeeds: Homestead I e by II feet to be located. way that the council deemed bet map They have bees put In Meet\ "At Meat"\ Nov. 23

e>*nln|. H. I. said to have wracked Insurance Agency In Hall' addition W. W. Hooker This special fund will be used to glv garage and motor club aa far north Tbs Amrrloa Orewers' Leagu met I

the oar at the edge of the colored Motion frame building 14 by 10 feet the aMlsUno. promised by the council a. Macon, and show that the III mile ruedy night In the school audl.torlum .
of Homestead. Chief of police OB to the Redland District Chamber of from and adjourned)
j/ 1, Boulevard Jacksonville to Miami Include to most againat .
III, Arrant made a quick catch after he Appearing in last week's lorn* wa allure addition; Oulf State "' lot/ Commerce.The 91 mile of good brick road. II mile the City Hall Friday night Novenv
had been Informed of the theft Caper a notlo ot Interest to all resident of Charles Fuel... garage on lot / council passed a resolution t* of good oiled road II miles. of shell .nor II, for an oyster supper and busl-

,. wu taken to Miami M await trial Homestead and "vicinity. This city I* L..u.. u., Jr., two-atory It ""carry an feplanting IlrolrfaJII- s,1.. -n.-....... .f..a.-. rua"-- I.n.. .Pal.__ .n.............1.__.._ .."N... ,..u. ._...h.._.._ ..- mo.Un.-. EII.- <.!tI..-_..... ._..., ._..'.11P ..__._.' .w......, 1.
la e'oun\Y' _It.. to have an up-to-date Insurance. or.ftlaatJoa I Duiiuing and I la eiw Adam ei or addition n. built on ion, : along the .t...." This resolution of rack, road, oiled and In perfect take place:: at that time. S

Negroes Hob Garage -to b* known a* the Claua- *v provide that the town will bear condition.Then The suggestion that a upper b*

I+ Tw. negroes, Cato Child and Nap, sen Bradley-Dupre.* Company, undo* ',' one-third and the property holder o* map point' oat the fact that given to all present and prospective i '

Hubert were arrested by Mr. Bryant the personal supervision of William TALENT FOUND each ride of the street will pay one- (Continued on Page Hev 'nl..ec) member wa made by Ira Thorns

.. f. sn the charge of stealing II from .th* oon. Dupree. third of the expense of planting the Itrewer The Ladles' Autlllary to the I
t* Harris Garage between I and I o'clock While the notice In Itself h of In tree on the streets designated. A .kgue will meet Friday afteraooa at

Friday morning. tereat-of even more Interest U th* THAT PLEASES plat will b* mad of the city, deelgBaling DEALFINISIIEDFOR t o'clock to make plans for the *up- p

Other Caw: Heard fact that John W Clauimn I. bringing what kind of tree I* to be per.Mrs..

.4IItIl tone was lined III by Mayor leis insurance organisation to planted on tbs various streets and It

.. E. Uvlngston In city court Tuesday Homestead. Th. John W. Claussan LOCAL PASTOR will b* on file with the clerk ** that 18 ACRES Woodbury Now .

morning He was charged with being agency In Miami I I. known by all of anyone who sleets to plant his own President of I

drunk and disorderly.. the Insuring public, and stands for the tree may find out what kind t* plant FOR Church I i

Jo Burton wa fined fT." for very. best In Miami' bUll"'" life. Rev. Hoch Is Working Hard I and proceed to dot CLUB SITE Mr*. C. H. Woodbury- I

speeding. John W. CtauaMit U associated a* a : To At the request of Edward: Itlllng, wag aleotodpresident '
Develop MusicalOrganizations of the Church ef Spiritual, 'f
Heck Miller negro, was fined lit stock holder and director with a great who appeared a* a committee from Selene at the regular

for having whiskey In his possession.Tuesday many of Miami's financial Institutions 'b* Hodland District Chamber of Com. Redland I Association To' organisation at the home meeting of of (bat i
morning' docket showed d and amongst others,. ho I* a director mere, the council riled to put tip Collect Its LifeMemberships Oukes ef Red...,. v ,

t. three charge of gambling. Willie of the First National Bank of Miami, One ef the resources of south Dado signs, calling attention t* an ordinance The other Officers elected. Were,

Pierce Orella Chllde and Charlie Red, First National Company of Miami, and bounty that I* developing very rapid- I prohibiting/ tile dumping' of garbage, secretary, Mr*. George Oakesj, treasurer .
r each the First National Bank of Miami{ I''it hi the home musical cane and other refuse .
l negroea; were fined 17.10 for talent accordIng along the Mr* .A, C. Albreotiti, trustee. W. ,
;JIf gambling. Simon Hamilton negro,' Beach. H* hi also. president of th* to tilt Rev. John R. Hoch, pastor highway within the town limits. Mr. The Rcdland Athletic Field A-sods I R. Thornton, C. H. Woodbury and A '.

t- war flied 111 fop disorderly conduct. Miami Rotary Club, and member ef of th* First Methodist. Episcopal Billing reported that b*. had already tine completed, th* deal for the II a Albreoht.Lindeman's. I
many other social and business Church at Homestead seen the board of I 1
organ and the Methodist county Oomm'Ire acre* of land for the Country Club

/ Negro: Is Held Guilty isations. Church at Redland.'Several slonsr and they had ordered ales. war tics Redland Woman' Club house Store Gets j\'
C? Local business men are glad U feel churches her have good placed along the highway' within when It f
met Monday evening at the
Of Princeton Murder that Mr. Claussen thinks *o well orHOIII..I. choir," the k.... Mr. Hock explained. the county Jurisdiction. The county hum of Edward A. Wadsworth, The Coat of Fresh Paint r
....'* future to feel "Mrs. Fltipetrlck of ho said, had
ff '. Committed 6n Tuesday a* It necessary Redland has ordered the county pas committee In charge ef this deal.waecomposed -
to open up a separate Insurance been working hard and doing good rolmen to police the highway "Doc" Undeman' !( !
t, with of Mr. Wadsworth R. HOallaher *>* Drug .,. .
agency In this city. work with a large class of beginner sn eye to punishing La token j ,
Oranvlll Dow., violator of the C T. Fuchs. Sr" Y. I. Ta- on an especially clean and '. err
negro, wa held for
W. M Bradley, vlcs-president. of the ( n plane end orchestra Instrument sanitary law*. The attractive
council appearance since .
murder by a coroner's jury Impanelledby Once member" ham and J. 1(. Bauer. H E. ScAcoacher ..- It recelvod .'ilr"
Lank of Homestead a month a recital. .. rendered shewed .
need no Introduction at themselves In a neat of tan paint .
.. Justice of the Pease W. O. ttlrlcke her hem, hearty accord president ef the It A. F. A.. the first ef (
e land Wednesday night to hear. teetl- to Homestead people fir has The Florida with strict enforcement of the dumpng and E. P. Roberts, attorney for tM title week. The painting was don '. \ J
City .
teen veil and favorably known for along orchestra has also law and ordinance. In Fred Schmidt
i mony on the death of Leo Goodman rendered association, were also presentTh
r. time. The fact that hie name good service continued Mr The resignation of R. R. '
another negro, who mss found Hoch. Taylor as cam* committee outlined *
dead coupled with "Roveral member* of this town l'1tEtt1't;
M this orchestra attorney AIIHU'IATlO'f'
new Institution was read MFETH
on the road near Princeton bees and acopt* . afternoon with knife tab* and Tuesday slashes I Its aaeure lot for It the success which will b* : been urcnescra I>la.la.l.tuna the wnicnpresented noteletuecnsers --'V.hl. .,-_.. ........... .......... ....... L.... ._...... ..aw___ There will,.nmAY be AT Ol'LP ....."'"

! r in hi* neck, back and operation shortly, a short buslnew meet- r 7 t.
thigh.Deputy weekly concert at Royal Royal Treatment Given let of ,
William Boon Dupree I the Credit
a brother Association
r 1 Sheriff Palm Park About ",.f. has already. been paid at raO j
C William Miami
and M.T. during the
b. summer
I f Merrill arrested Bowe In Miami of associated A. and with T. OIL Mr. CIa Dupree_who are The Florida City orchestra has Shriners at Key West In, and when the plan' Is- pit Into opratlon Slats thvrp,Furniture Friday evening, at the bolt 'i'f' t
In hi.
'. oto...
yip/ .' Wednesday morning attar an all-night Miami appeared repeatedly and rendered the aeseclatloa should. soon q, d
office -
and to
! March,. during which the come Homesteadfrom splendid selections." have Mouth *n hand t* begin eon-
ngoro kspt i
North' Carolina the Tar HeelDtato. George ... Murray, Leo Lehman Apperson
Just ene jump ahead .., hem alt the I Mr. Hoch. I* giving free' Instruction I r D. Redd and strnetloa ef the club house. Tits mem- to Erect

& tire. Deputy Sheriff Wllllsms "w.sth The I* band and orchestra Instrument Ceremonial, returned from the shrine \lien feel that this. I* needed, stile. Packing House Here t

' only wiener M tko Inquest, which Clausnen-Bradley-Dupree Company.tuotwed at.-ths Homestead and Farjn Life held In Key West Balur- there I* n. building In thai vicinity -
the :Homestead Insur- day ulUng of the stunts
i i was hold In the city hall la Hom- .' schools. each week Nearly every that theyand largo enough to accommodate a lam : John R. Appereott, president of John
rice pnq, 8, F. Moffett ha tkeyaaa of the Noble ,
.. atead. H. testified thai Bow summed hi. interest In the old sold work bas seen new addition 14 these on the meat," pulled off gaUisrfng. : ft App...... Co. ,.... baa been visit ;
I that h* killed company to, orchestra The Farm life Reboot has Mr. Wadiwerth bee secured the ng Homeetead
Goodman but I frequently In th* last
? Mr ttradley and Mr. Ono stunt a'
i I claimed that the cutting wa done Dupree. Mr.:1 about I* pieces most of them consisted In making 41 of ground plan of the II acre laid .Let few week. and o* his last visit Mr.Appenon '
Moffett plan : h H* candidate I
remain In
to Homeetead.but carry on their
played shouldsn
by brglnnrix
Five roe tits dub house
only saxophones
r Goodman had attacksd him grounds, picnic announced that his. .
-wl tit boa not yet announced his plan *r* doing' good a lfo t rope thai weighed two tons company ,
work and .
Bow a grounds swimming ,
( *) a knife. Pt,. Williams saxophone pools bath house*, plan not only to market the I'
cold that h for th* future. aextett *eera* probable within a' and wa attached t* a hearse In front baseball diamond, bicycle track, tens 4
found Bowsb knit .nvpened and a produce of South Dad growsr this ti" {
. In tho dead man'* pocket short. time baby carriage In the rear. They courts, basketball courts, golf grousdroads *, rear, but alee t. erect a peckinglouse
THE! WEATHER A oarrlod It front
'Th Jury, splendid move would be to have tho Jefferaon Hotel and parking space for l.. car In Homestead
composed o( T. W. Pace, : and pack the '
From data recorded *> A It Wai- the Instrumental 10 tho Athletic Club pro -,
r musical on ftnth Beach .
talent 'his ..
!Ir W Herrln. 1. R. Drier, H. C. KnhnH. din, of distance plan drawn by a well known due at n reasonable charge, .,,
co-operative weather bureau the entire Booth .f
observer Dad. more than
County In a mils
and firm
'... W Parrts. and H I). Nile, held of landscape gardener ef Pit.. I Mr. Appsrson U pleased with the '' t'' '
; ta Redkuid Ie. Thro
the orchestral b..... laid Mr. Hoch, of th. candidate ajoysd a burg, ,... I
evidence sufficient trust and
to fasten Ue vegetable prospect In thi i
J\ crime Ter.prrefareIfighost 'Some of the people Interested along The eeremonW wa bald' at the Alh- All member. at the i {
I on Bow this week ...__.........._._ Tl this line are considering employingn fats Club Islet dancing and ball association are eection for the coming season, and h* '' '

Oa tie return to Miami, Deputyberlff Highest today _..,__.....___........... Tl professional band and orchestra director I. the evening completed lbs n quested to b* present at the next S now has two representative looking .,.
William. took with Mm t. J. Lowest tit*.week (No*. II) -.- .... 41 not only to direct there Joyment Mr. Murray meeting, Monday evening Novmbr after the Interest of his oem....,.. I-
A.4...*, arrested by Marshal W D. Leweet .last night _. II .r* well trained but also. tile large Wester are wonderfully ears that Kr >f. at the home of J. M. Bauer enth They arc Oeorge Itellln and W. r.

Bryant Wednesday morning on warrant RalofaBNsn number of beginners and those who I "They treated hospitablepeople. Redland Read At that time the These who hipped 41 out ef the first

charging emtxulemeat : registered euc. October I. may wish. to take no this worthy work ,aid WI royally, tv pun wilt b* presented for eonld r > II hampers ot bean t* b* produce %fih' M
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matmnent by eaTtomm. lit Into bt* ; ; t ha** t* tab* Oat .
bordeaux mlitnnt ...aanl M b* thfnlirlnl the .fit'I "
**. tar MASro ... ptrtnr that s0.
wbtrh urlll do dilL TbatWMh hire.'r .
I THE REMARKABLE INDUSTRIFS I. Wan UM Mea*...**. ... t fool aw that '
,....rni soda so ,....., 1 .... oamaia. ..... .... .d...., '1 know you *M m Why I,
The ooBNmg *f nosier wmubattb rtotBoattn. aumt her wn In that camera.."- .1'
OF SOUTH DADE SAYS BLACKMAN __* at .oltrw* *aab an ynmfmmtHng Use

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to mmUy Ui mo I141ossrys. :
.. ... rr.wse was ar* fumtnt

Twenty- even Years Ago Kow H..BiBntuil bile Wet Mf Inhabitant ottrw Ossd .. .... .... tin M ML5. Canned:

Dade County wu ud arnny urw w. m 0 moss Suit ,
loeu .f ..J1 -.....dBtb .**d. .** ....*. .9'to ...... ass M MrplsSiseui ..
WildenttMLARGE I Pawn. atrMtB .hxtrto hVha aM caster o ........ ndab5 K Ko HOMESTEAD CAFEUnder Milk *.

---- wab..50 i...... to tm w* ........, .nd1 gad o...... h.. .

REALTY DEALS 1 raabrye 011,.. wbish! ...... tile ........ $0$ ... 00 ..... be soMIS '
tdrw tiasttw af .h* ...... tItllo .... to ..uI...c..... S.4f .1 new management oft When Fresh Milk will be I,

.._... .r .... ......,..... t.$. _,It "........ pat a
Pioneer RwiAwt Tells of fwB : delivered daily to your

Progress of Redland I. .garsoiosts !*.. Shaakn : ILCHLEGEL door for 20 cent a '1
Section rWrM CHy aim ha* .*** tonrardby e.. _a iir- .. .. {
kwp Bd ..*.*.. ll-Ur **- a as ag.... y $........ It boo.50X quart .I.IT 3
I I Kim orothMW cold .**r !.*.. an .. II tit M said Ie a gears tit 'i.'
j nr r v MACIUUVAuthor of HUM!. all withta two ....... lbes .ibas sbssld lie sdd... M 04 MrserMiiMmo Regular Dinners and Suppers

Laude wen old mrfdy to ppto wh. -1 ....... I pssl
I I for the lat t*.*fl yar had bnrrowtoc at oil tlwwfnWtency K -........ UMU ". Short Orders a Specialty .
...... ..*of'I-'I] I vonwtoM** wi th. BI manhThr nor hardeaun fat rdue.d by ..UH'| '

,..... UU wets sold by ow TatBDM MII posses *f the other '' ;Try our Sunday Chicken Dinner DEXTER SMITH

relation ** per aer*-AOOJ* ,.**. ".......... ........ II ....!Jt- .

Th* year the Not only, ba th* growing of ....- m....d rather than lbs commercial,

Dad. County fatrwuatarMd nbM aMmd frt arcportton but .em* of lbs commercial vartotle. ar* >I) '
ttff. Oho th pwntlnc of ettra trM Dad of poor quality Mm-ma4 tows WE CATER TO BANQUETS AND PARTIES ,
the eownty' .. a avocado ha* takes a ..... bat thna-Offh of a *M a gallon.

county wa a wtl It bu bets .*.......... Uw. th. It can h* raeUy aad anlrkUr mad, Uth .
drna. from II* I rocky UUMH wt of taws *M... anwt.clslty nlmpw ln rw ttone ar* followed.i Your patronage will be appreciated CITY

upper border to adapted to frowtac .... Tress uucractton may b* tad uponre.net i ./. .
lie lower bards.H.te Mpg MMMMfuHy and baodrodg ofacr to Nerwjry lupoetor. plats

and. tbor *. ..... ha tmarfomtd from Punt Board. .'
...,.* ..tt...* wb pass and .... land I* *r*... *f cnVm := :: j
bad th. Non.. .
avocado mango and Otter .,*,a. ----------- --- -------
to. bravo *Uhvmeat eal Malt that Th. plantlnc thMiron 11
Id the WU-
tM tsar ha o tnBmbrd th*
,IUA'1f''4I drnbuttbor.. .
planting of any otter season blosy
wr rosy tow real drawing1 e**..B !r. f land hv
a< bees sold and Its
About th. *.ly root attrei the wuth ... 'j
now ar arrangln I* plant cttm -
wn .rf*l ell..... Ito Bin. land aad-annals trooa wItJI a ocatt.rlag -
a rocky formation that aim**
Waco amber. of anon traipcal nil
*.mpt M Iu4Hvatt.a.
forbad ay in**.
of E..rfl"dM 'IS
sod the great ** *
It I* probable that W 1 Krom *fHomt
pcalrlw t..ti.. ">. was eo......... ..
*d hu don moss to dmnoatrato "
_...M .. fr .. O.ltvbtS was th. vl" *f th* IOU and shouts EVERYBODY EATS ,

sswe.coN.at. for irowlnc citrus fruit* avocados and .

...,.. a., had km sltnotloMi $t- mangos than any at...... sate p.ron i
tnwttoM' Mat later ins th._..... efU In th* vicinity of Ho............ MrKrom .
psople. It* shone. 554 \IIouaaa4. pvnhaiwit land at Ilomootiwdirhon

mar* ,UI com. thr wor* Wry few propl ttior*
At tllo tilts tfc. IMto County fair and planld a grow* of Gt..... rasa; + ?4

.M started, It was o a countyf..lr or tar so wwcta- money would b* _II: but
lion Only k few daring poop) hadIn bl. *ro*** revering many acne drmonotrato > LIKSOM BREAD
t t sommearod Oap.rims.ting. 'II ...... that Mr Krom ass right r.

r ..(.tabl.* wet trolls and thMnn and that hi" ** ...... planed on th*

making their .apsrlmo5ta U 41- ,oil and cllmal wa *orrct.Tlior : .
th. nixnl opinion .) tt .
reel opposition t* ar* many oth.n thrt who I .
.( lbs public a* th. hl.. w.s thin own brautlful grows that add .. Ih*
that .o far m. wiirultur sod trail r
sally domantratlo mad by MrKrom '
th ..tlr* t 'h.. ; .
eonewM4 *
crowing w r* ., that th* south part of Dad* i .
s Manly of Dad wa worthlma County *tand* out prominently a* oa

Ko Hu..r5rsd .ThnTh > of th* gnat fruit and wgvUbw it'd' .. ... '

dmclopnwot o( th. county moved lions of nerWa.Krom I'" .

rapidly At th. tout that tbs first Miami southward thr ar* '
rk was hld" Ibis* wu no IlomMtMut.FtorM Otter tow. whirl bars sprang up likelonab's Because no other bread can F eXcel it
South ef Code." .
os CHy gourd. and th. back ontry .
Or*** M waa mn alnvMt nbroktn h.. bpi pace with th. development of ')
tenet .r pin. palnwtla. Bad rock. IhOM towns. It :
all gobs t* how that
,.. .r Because it fresh th'aii other bread -
with hen and here t taw lie lbs Bovthera portloa or Had CountyU stays longer

hammock awl many Sane .f *wam* ... ,. ,
a mt fawred *<'ell. .. ,1 .
sod .....111I. It dU not tak too*. how- Another Industry which should b* f 1' ;I.q ..

*v r. for *.*pl* to rMocnla tit fact ...p......... and that loudly, I* lt.aurae Because it is good to the lash siice-
that la Its MilBwa part *f lbs county Uduory Th feamylvanMua
thuaadi .( aen of ;
thou wars ... JC r Co. hu ..1D0nat........ Its faith }
tow* "dMlraM land sad th* .u.or "
In th* growing of sons can and th*
Mt lbs MithrB portion of th
manufacture of sugar, by plantlag h*. .I'
from all
ouoty oomm.naod.. Prop twwn I.*** and ..... acre: la sugar
juartr of th. t.oo* earn I* pith
dia** ........, or aX* u. k>.m.*...... can aad ......., a sugar mill wba
.**t lbs company" ........01. A fwdayi
and build bome.s At tkw bit rY
ago I had. lbs pl.*-uro of meetliUf ..- .
only way or rtaohtat Ilmta4. or Mr best of rhllnxlelphla. pr..*. 4
}! th. Florida City country, ... by what ; .
dent f the Florida : .. "l '
rugs and Land ; .
wu loomed a wmtvii .**... a ampio : _
C* trail cut thrcufk th* forwt with lop
hM purchawd 9..... acre .< mad
laid o fr font lbs norida' Eat Coast lUllroadland .. '. '.
At that tint 1 mad frqunt UIU department It I* proposed thata ) /. ", '
l" ta that MWtleii *f th* want,. likingS ,.,..portion of this.... b* plant* tall day to drlv from Miami t* In ...... can*. Much, ot Ink land : There isX'ess Waste ;

when Ho.M...d I* sow locattd. Now ,'to admirably) adapted.. t* tits develop f 'T I ,* : Iif '., "
,.. ... railroad __UOO. tothM .
an ......, *f the sugar InduMry and l| ta
points bMMw a "... bard stir.i lbs plan of president l>*an t. he is -
faced road 150d1to south to CaN 8abl I thm aeeomplUheU.la : Economical : ,

*. whir* ,..... ar* great Mretch .
lbs country woo of MomeMead t- ,
: of mo* .....bI. wad \
Sad rlorWa City there are many
t Tho o*. *.rtur at Homewlead and I..**..... of acne of land hat willvtMtually : Delicious and Very Healthful ': .
"Florid Cry took great Inter*** U th* h* panted la tutar : ,

fair add It wa for year .largely .u*. and mllln will be erected to ,"
+ ported by ..MMfor* from that Muthr can and manufacture lbs )ulc*ftlle.j

_t.... ....r. Kvontually l>.... Costly' .
i. 1losesMod NatWd Firs furnish. the world soppy .. sugar. I t. '

u { H_....... .... to ..... lint. 'I'M ,Ih** l
,1 few planter wo r. ........* of making Cory ...." '

j ins fair a auceraa, and they delightedIn : ImJry lairs,, ImporUBtAeether :< .

., bringing their prodwta t* th Isle industry which hu rapidly .. < .
t* hw what th. farmer* of hiom.y .- developed throoghout Dad Cunty I* I "

M lead were actually grouts, whleb Ito dairy Industry and In lbs Horn

... a greet *urprte*. A ntlw batty Mead and Florida City orvtlo tkb Induotry '6. 4t?, s I 1
k Talem brother* purchaiied a great .
I* developing mt rapidlyC .. f -O. I
w body of land w 0.* new the pro*. *..led with lbs other iBduatrwa, 'inh welwant .
t' ,nwua vlllag *f FtorMa City ta totaled Hme ead sad norMa CIt, coun- ,: We advertise it because you to know ? .// t't '

Th TatunM .......i..... lbs I try. lbs dairy laduotry to making rapes w Tip R ,

valu ef tbs county fair aid reguarlybroughl ,etrldea. Now, la Dad County then ... .
gnat euantitia. of vegeubV* I ar* Mmeihlno. over ..M* .... In lbs ,,: !. It's floodHOMESTEAD '. ,, "
i t* tbs fair thl epraadUuf abroad ".......* dalrl.* and sacS year large .
{ +I tile hone of that _tII... couatry uf dalrtea ar* Wing ....... Tb menu I s .t" :
F a t......... 1P'Owtn country of the dairy Industry Ihrwuahouth ... ,
r iR'm.s5rsnlis toss Proof county to a* aewiraae that'' bier .
r, k Thin 441 adios af tho farmer to Dad: County will b* hnowa' worldwide .
tale _'110..., district wa the.greauvtnd a* taG moot proaperoua dairyeoiMtty. ,. \"

) moot .ffeoiv* lvrtmlRg that I not only' la lbs ..... hot an* ... I'
S thhi anoiloa. ba ever. received. It I hrougbout too failed Bal*. and lbs t ,
> proved cencluelvely' that1s. Dad 'author portion .. lbs county will

County fair wu and to tk. moat .t- com to ror.* '.11........* *t gloryTwvlra .
fectlvT method. of advertMar. that Sao month ot ,,.,.. 1r'W. pas.
_ver been tavealed. u fct vas proof I,UTM will bring dairymen, from allBMtloa

that vegvtablee could b* grown In I ef th. country. < .

Haul Ifede tn greetiaalaM**, and At UmeM4a... Florida 01,. Its. BAKERY i
what Ih. t.w to.sus ached wu ..... hlUroa are provided with tint slew .

mito proof that vrgeUMn auld lie >.r1wl* WIt compotaBt towhor Th*
f" .ad. wore grows In fwrlag. e.u>lltwNwppr .. rhool bwttdlngn ar bulrt *f *oa rM 1
advtrlamneata of then and ar* aarty fIN proofTh e .pr
fact wer limp l. toleMato while
MMlauatlon of lbs IngmaamHighway
I .. Je 1:. MacDONALD Proprietor a ap
proof ef th* crop grown I from Florida City .. Key ,
In that region wu th* actual .*..*.. west. which m passed win lie a gnat i' .
Hrattoa that Hom-... and Florida ,drawing card for HemMa4 aidnarUa 1- I

City were aetal gardva spy* whr I City u ..... will b* one ofh Member of the Chamber of Commerce ,- "?
stout every' tied of regetabto wugrown I moot w*.drfl road to all its -
and M a profit This woo r.eJly I eoathtaad.sr.in ,
"4. lbs touting (ioint ot thaw plena.Th -a----- y 1"*

'." town of Momtd. wu told out.and I l...sn TO crrnmM. .'

', pot, on Ih. market. It broughl VVna. phi D.UhEL.still ,

'... sassy people. front all a* ttou *t th*! wMcb annually room* a fee* qI '- ..-
f. ValttJ mata wb* frcbo Ids! of many .--.... *f dollars to citron < .
i. built homo and boram* ....e ftad grower. may b* ompMry sot.t J .... '.

i with the pupa;.hi balldmr.. ap'" this 1...iNd. acordlc to apectolM M tfc* o

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Page HOMESTEAD LEADER November 16. 192):

t.. aay lily or eerttea ra the etata *ferlaa.
THE DISTRICT CHAMBER OF COMMERCEITS ( .. ........ of U.e .afea.ii*.aTfcee J
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I PURPOSE ACHIEVEMENTS *. and m*.y other eajao forth .
general welfare of ta. '""' ..... i
which would ooenpy too mveh naaeela
AND FUTURE the ..III... has your chamber ofeommero
den*. Kw. elvle bodies can A PERSONAL MESSAGE
By L. E. Bishop, Acting Secretary"A show such. a reared of aateaapUahn r
In a few week. .f work ta those few "
week we have enrolled a total membenkip -
community a* prerrw.Ave I.lug a petition to legallao th* benadart .. of tl, wltt ""' -In _......- TO THE
every other reaver mm On lUalamliMMriei **, via MtMactery ......... Hew- htp dee of nearly |i.1a.e0 Thank
1 cannot afford to be without a ever H* lack ".. JiM ...... te the *pe>n4ld _parado. of the Homestead Florida City, Redland, Silver
well orgaalMd ehaailwr of eras." A traneportartoa ommme I* ..w board of oommtaiener of Dad Coon ,
This wan the conviction of a .*...B actively engaged oa the work o< af- (ft, abed tk* ally oeuacll ef Hometaa4aad Palm, Gouldt, Princeton, NaranjarIodello
of pobllc-cpirtte iMMiMM MM H the coring, by every Wan*. po.dbli.aMqaM Worida City, wa caa rely epos 4. .
Redlaad DMrlet. wfc. at oi\f\ ,.*. pply *f refrigerator ear total approprlatiou from tax receipt I' '
needed to pot their idea late ictloq, and,ether **,ulpmnt suitable fOfFJDMm erkbevt. I4M*,**, to oer our operal !I ,'JOIN I I |
A aerie of preliminary ubll" meet **.m' al of out oomhig seaeoaal rug _*4 pabtlolay oipeaeea for the = ; iph ,
Mga, at which the reject wa ekflala.M .. crape with ft minimum at ..*.*.. Ice* (urtkatmlnf -. O.r financial tand- I ', .
In detail evinced tllo feet 'thet or damage, and already ha the a*. big I* aouad, but t* property carry .
the people of the district were heartily nran*. ef all Interested carrier that our plan for the future we moat increate THE REDLAND DISTRICT | :
In ...oo.dttla tile moveawnt tad suck upply will be on hand whenuoeded. the membership. The population
of the ....... .
would lend It their unqualified support .11II Redland IX*
[ The idea or pomMnln the A eommttt from th* Chamber *| trhM aheuld I support its chamber of = C CHAMBER OF COMMERCE |
b.*tM*. and, civic Intrmu of the entire Commerce /hi c-eperat. with a,Ilk* Mmmereji with a memberahlp of ed .
abctlon In ..* united commercial ewuMte *f the Homta4 'XJHyCMXl l tenet n.\otfv* member* and It I* our = ".. .
t body deaervedln met with popular *eproval. rill a view t* .."..Utln, the prevent aim to go far beyond that
particularly becaue preview' .numbering' and laming of th* street-. mark when tile value of the oganlaa- I Prove Your Faith 1
venture o( thou character had failed and .**..*...*. thereby aaturing city lion I* more fully. ...U.... =
t jt reason of the reMrktted territory' Mu delivery wlthla the very near future. The Radland District" Chamber of = ., !
her .......... At a general maa I Commerce provide an opportunity to in the future of this favored land which you have chosen as ||
meottag hold en aeptaraber 11 ton The Chamber of Commerce, by aa bring all conflicting* Interest and faction
than twe month age the election oft 0'' appropriation of U**,**. I* now financing Into ono harmonlou civic body your home by activsly supporting an organization existing s
aard of director* and adoption eta a Redlana. District exhibit at whose qualified purpose I* to ad- 53 for the sole purpose of advancing the civic, commercial, ana g
<-. . n..dlaa, mere Int. .rgaul***' twine. Two day.l exhibit that ha ever represented thl It. It provide* an opportunity to tint. communities within its borders. p
later tk* director had. elected their part of the country. Title *ihlbltMentlfie olat a community eplrlt. perhaps
permanent officer*. appointed an act u* a* a district\ and It.. ad- lightly lacking or not fully awak == .
lt _..tar,. nd commenced to work rwtlalng. power cannot be fully eeUBMUd. heretofore, thai.will sweep all 0.....- 53 YOUR Chamber of Commerce can be made one of the strongest =|
actively for the "civic, commerclal-and, clew to th* prog.... and growth of the
-- and influence YOUR dis- 3
in the state. Through its work
diMtrlal welfare of the Redland PI- Th Chamber of Commerce for the district beror .It It* pnrpoa I*. to ? ,. [
tilcf. a* laid down la the roMtltuUon.lac put two week ban been at work enaa investigate, decide and seta To gl 5. ;ii', '11 trjct! can become one of the most widely known in the country. gMbcYgood ::
then HUM* officer and dire*. advertising booklet for the Redland thing done tbat' Might to b* done. j
tor, by dint of untiring allergy vn- Dl.trlct and now .... practically" all To WMII for and support with the work has been done in a few brief weeks, but our S
.. dvtlon, or much valuable the aeceeaary text matter and material full power of It* Influence any and allnurprlee 5 extensive and worthy plans for the future can only be ful- fij
Urn to the woilu and complete coOperation for Illustration __bled and ( that have the advancement
nan point with pride to ready for the printer. 'A tentative ef the S section a* their object Itaerve 0.. :N's; rfilld) by the, pNITED effort of a strong and active member- p
what thus ( ..'-- af Commm* ha* contract subject to confirmation by your financial and working tup-
mmplUhnl In only two Month of wire hae already been let to th. port, and I believe strongly enough I* smp. 3
Cxlalretre. Record Company ef St. Auguatlne the Redland" Dlatriot, and It.. people \ '
Tile highway onmltt. ha named amour* throughout the Booth for the ta feel' sacred that this rapport win YOU can make YOUR Chamber of Commerce what you will. s '.
all the main road. la the Holland District pleridld quality of It* work, and by le. forthcoming In fall ........*. = e I
caused to b* mad a* .,-...- the time this article. appear la print
ttie-mlnute road nip of the dMrlctwhlck the publishing bone should have eons ; WRY ME toT TUB TRAP ,4;S Its future depends Upon your interest, or lack of it [a
I. aa Invalatbl guide to our ntenoed on Ito part ef the labor Twenty A teacher told her claa to bring '
own .....".... a. well u tourist traf- thoutatnd of three booklet will be I omethlng to de'nvonatrata. >jhe u*. ol f'\IH iiThe activities of your Chamber of Commerce will benefit =3
rtet and U now arranging for large printed and Intelligently distributed' I the word "Immaterial,* One bright k '
t metal elgn or guide pot "To the through the Chamber of Commerce.Ae boy brought a slick every man, oman and child in the Redland District. S
1 >)>Kdlu pMrlcf t. b* placed at ..- a publicity medium suck a booklet "Well" said. the teacher, "bow doe

stead rlon etrateglt and Miami.point between Home- when prepared attractively I*designed unequalled.and carefully Our that Immaterial demoiurtrete'" the urn of the ward ''JOIN your Chamber of Commerce NOW and serve your community -

The canal and drainage Committee booklet will have an artlMle and appealing "I'll show you' mine. ," said. the lad. by encouraging and strengthening this live, worthy f
ku decided on the boundaries .( a cover proceeded In four color, "Now. you take hold ef ODe end and
haw drainage district. and caused to which will Instantly attract attention then tilt ether. That' right. Now organization.
b* platttd; ha mad advano reomlfe ; the text matter will et forth the leave go one end" fc-**
nilatlon for a aw deep water Canal advantage* of the Itedlaad piiHrict In Whlco.' D4r ached the teacher, ; / pin'seivin your! community you benefit yourself, your neigh- & '
with heath at the and and ft' ,
turning Junction a concla readable manner) Welt Immaterial mM" replied .
I of the Homestead and Florida City It will be profuaely Illustrated froma the bo,. "Th....* syrup on both bor and everyone dependent upon you. >|f
limit and tatcadlnf to Illnoayn liar wide selection of photograph, nearly end!" '
with a hard surfaced road on either all of which will b* entirely new rjhNOW
f Is the time we need support. Community pride if
aide' and ha already oanvaMd Iholanrrot and hitherto unpublished. la short Dy carefully removing dead wood your
1 1 land tuMdnn In the proposed our booklet will b* a credit to the from citrus tree dl..... will be reluced _: ., grand; sound business judgment: should prompt you to give it {H
drainage dlvtrlot In regard to prryar- ti-dland' District. It would be a credit < and lose fruit will drop. .
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there le tv OIl tine ..n-I the nmrkete. Prtcfn then Invrrewic lechery for general .n>a k* '1Ir.or. .-'<
himself with ouch: tacU as ere 110 chafe. crop
'I: QUALITIES DESIRABLE IN COMMERCIAL able 1't'/rII"'aer the form of the Ms_ ."... ,..r. ..II rapidly and hold at a high let.l! i a long while .h....... Iwr strictly
fire tree er tlpe'suety. he ertn-ti -hsad..ser ..... ae long .. the fruit t* obtainable. Towllhln tancy trade however. t lli- matter of ".a
PreMs.ve1 It I I. the natureeltlvated of the .... hi .Its the last few yean commnrclalv content even among ttir Uaatemalanishould :
late 1\afgt rather .. in thw st.ic h\e, b* given rat-n1I> attention l,
unc stale, to be a pro tdo plantlnrs
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ROME nr comparattveiy low heeint and wMspread nouns .,.-......-..." bearer, a good. bee. aln' el wholly ....""n..1 tu var<- I Hi- )>roep4IIth.apt.r..
of braaflke providing the crop year being followed by fen,, and. ,tV. of Mw West Indian type| which i IMrHr Pears Wot FucMlar J
Fruit Maturing Between !! grower a* tAt the diaal of hi* teak Growth I. not Iwdtoed to be dreoplator .raw two. yeara of very itt WaringVM mature their fruit durlag Die month There Is more dlffrrenre of opinion
play' an Important nan In determining willowy bat yoke a number of the H *n..**MoUy Mature prevt-, !If oet 5\ Hev-mtwr and llecember among Florid growers av t* the best
Oct 1 and D Profitable Mnat*>* heavy effect, ban It doe nwt aooord lute fall avooadea will be of tine Were exlsto. In any of trw other oountri,
4 *. le* been lv4od are produeedupon
finally the personal equation of the lisp wkMh toed war4 a tall. with the baslne. ** *l .*mn *re al frultgiewiag Indian variotlM far auany yean III where this fruit Is pnNI....... In Callfemes -
iMaapntli planter Mt be eosstdM- 'SpeyAt grwwrh slid somnwattnarrow ad a* wMd" pr..a...on now though we now .have ,...-...Iur.I. where th* markets were educated
BRING FANCY PRICES ... tee there are avocado wfclohtheutd very cprea*. TW I* partWMaHrtrue and by oulWral 8IftIteIII.II to lag 0"--"'" adaptable far grwwing w the amall thla-eklnaed. .....-

be et eel .by BVW but aa expert *f semi *t the oo.*slnela.w. lee elltntaat. a* far a* BtewlM.'tines *vaoa fanhw north than tt ta auto to loan avejeade which are nearly always

$25.00 a Crate Quite Usual or .. anehuabut ettllU to profit darling "........ Taglar, AtllM' 1M of HgM .edg4M... A. most at pleat the West 1..4IMrr.*. from vary dark ha eotor, the BMfatwMMi a
by hi* (failure, and oa the other baa* kroa ail vaHntt of ewmmenM vke. .. our avocado varieties sop removed Italy which will Pad a leaver Market at seems t* be era purple fruit sad Ul
By Dec. First, SaysNurseryman there. ar "fool proof" aweeo which If en. deetdo la favor. of plaatliigtree onto generation from their wild pretaaltor good. prieea. also. holds tree ta the market of Cuba r

w"U grow nearly anywhere or ... ..,- of this type a .av eh closer sea we have ace a* yet ......- Fancy I>r Tnhe* rricraDy and eater West Indian tataaea Tfc .
1Iod1..* wo have. avocado which flng nay bo made taa wMh the*.* ..d a*, far alone thl read a* In the the first ef UoWMiMr Wee Indian northen trad.Which hand** the o,t-
w make fine vigorous. treee bearing regular of wider spread (Mt carofeX eomldera 1 ease of frH Which have bees wow! avenadoe have .*.*.. a* irarr pat of Ht FUrlde. avorexlo grove{ has
Itf w. J. Krone full crept of flmt-clae frail, them should .be given t* the matter tt 'orchard culture. fr a long ttaae I* taat price* regularly Seer tar very fancy been largely developed to .leek upon
The question. .moot frequently naked which are the despair or th* nureerr-" shod exposure Of eome fifty vs.rtetie emw.uB.iif the aveoa- grower figure, net return* t* the< grower the ttapa variety av a etaadard, ant
kurserymen handling evwaado stock I man ou aa count of th* dtfttaulU attending of Oual .i lan. which. I base secure varietla which peeit ee. with of tweniy-ftv dollar and mew per us tM I* a green, fruit many dealers
jiadoubtedly Is. "What variety ball I their ,,...pdea. grown, the Tan most nearly approaches I fair wgularitri seeps wf Ugh grade rty-pead mole .hop .*H* the dlsortmlwate a.alBt. avocados of other .
"pi Fantf' Unless the on* to whom sunk I The future of the avocado ludsstry my Meal Hi tree form, vigor of fruit, upon tree whtoh maintain. .1 usual thing. tk far _West I..... color. Th green avocado, whirls ,
V querrr I* put already know the location In Florida, from a commercial. standpoint growth, and character ot foliage yet thrifty _dill... he fount In the' variety .... been prplfMd which hnld* It* 04er right up t* the point of l
U which It I* expected U of the Industry, be ea final decay .... th* merit of preeeniing -
plant however, depend upon the this variety I* reported a* not doing pretest stage will regularly Guy Ua \Plate ere* et
r the tree, the class ot land upon which planting of groves throughout tho** veil In close 1 preilmlty. to th*> coast.wher test If lie occasionally hae hort-crop fruit later than about. beeember first, a* attractive apparane t* th*
they ar to b* planted, the disposition portUns of the elate generally designated It I II amid. to be subject U damage >eara Of the fall-maturing West la.- though on some in** and daring customer u long .. It to really." fit I".
which tt I I. Intended to make of the u Bout* Plorhla. the Middle and I by salt. wind Borne *t the varletle dean avaeado. the Trapp and Waldhiar I sow season*, avocado ef this type be offered for sale but otherwise I
fruit when the trees. com Into bearing I Deer Eat Coast and the Lower West .* Introduced from pooch<< higher altitude 'two of our best ftI'Jet"n.* will hang on In perfectly good condition onnnot see that It ha ay advantagever >
and omthlng of the prlno* a.Mi' Coast, and It I 15 with retereace to planting than any t* be found In Floe Trapp ha lobe been a standard avocado until after CllrIet_ the purple or yellow vari.tl*..
ability or the planter as a fruit-grower, la these eectlon., on wtll- "'a'" ...., give evidence of not being at home foe market purpose and ha For marketing after December 1 Ilk many of which are of the .very best
thin question I* about u easy to answer land which would be considered. tinder our conditions by severe blighting many qualities which entltl It I* a sad throughout the remainder tit the flavor The main trouble with **...
Intelligently a* that other one, adapted for eltrusv that I will try to of the young growth and oooroh- high place la the estimation. *f the winter and print, we must rely upon cade having a mature color other
chow long I Ie a piece of string* outline the characteristic which I believe lag of the mature foliage. during our grower but It baa the fault' of oven avocado ef the Uuatemalan type and than greea &II thai they do not hold
There are vartetle ot avocado are essential for an avocado van period of greatest heat Other herb bearing and Inability to carry a full ot these a ufflclent number. of varittlee heir reins. fr any length of lime,
which may bo grown with a fair ..- rid, sited for graving and marketing down tticmiMrve. particularly susceptible crop to maturity wit b.", a serious have already. bees Inireducednd Home of the purple-fruited varieties. ,
', .,... ot safety a* far north a* ono In a general commercial way. to.Bcsb and kindred fungu die-' et-back.:. Largely! *n thl account given a trial so that the grower showing tint of color from bright r.
', would plant eftru*, and three ore other The Ideal Tree order and should not lie planted many planters' prefer the "Waldln. i may make selections which will give ted te dark maroon present. a most
t. varieties which are too tender t* wlth- With avocados. a. with other fruit, where such disease her" proven unusually which not to prone to vrdo In MM : bled continually I maturing fruit from attractive, appearance Just a* they are
eland the oold oa any part of the |M electing varieties for a, profitable troublesome on citrus. No I way of fruiting) but carries. It. crop the early part of December until the approaching maturity, changing a few
mainland or Florida' There are varletleo planting, careful attention ahould be matter bow attractive the fruit maybe to maturity with much 1 less detriment first of ...,. with the possibility of day .lots to .a muddy brown wMrltplvi \
P which do well I In the Interior given the character of the tree Itwlt a* the planter .to laylag u* trouble t* the tree. extending' his hipping season throughthe Ui. 'nit" look ef decay while
*.a there are varieties which are adaptedfor ducra. The Ideal tree for orchard! purpose which I Is not climatically. adapted I* Viewed from standpoint of thl On the basis *t beat omm"rrlat returns wowed I is entirely/ al In selecting
highland planting but do not thriveon U one which with fair treatmentwill hi. locality fruit produed, fleet cohBtJeratlon however the selection narrrowi green-Irntbd ..,.....1".. a* far a* odor pIn
low, wet toll. And a* In each ins makeup "eal""" vlgor u* growth Fruiting Onalltlr must be given" the season of maturity. to West Indian. varieties. maturing I concerned, but pemonally I _111,1
.. tanas cited there are ales. varietlet\ neither sprawling nor too rangy inform When It come* t* fruiting* dualities. At matters now ...... the marketing their! male crop between October let not hesitate to plant purple or bronanroloeed
r of which the exact revere U true. It producing full crop year after there are several point to consider beside season for avocado open during tbs and December Ith and Guatemalan avocado, providing that I
li evident that location and tier of >ear. It.. seldom that t! Ur perfection the ono of being prolific T* be latter part of July' or first of August, ripening. between December 11th anal : rntw that the fruit would holt It..
land moot be gtvtn coiuldcration I* attained In any tree and when when. the earliest varieties of the West April laC I .had* for a reasonable time aft >
'the election ot an avocado. variety.\ coupled with the** charactnriiitlc we profitable a fruit tree meat not only India type begin to mature their Nnt-l-lke' Flavor removal from the ....... O cotor-iln. I
but mu8lo14
put on good crop themto
Home Planting mint consider he quality ot the fruit full maturity and meal be eufflcl- mule' Thee* early avocado usually 1 Next after the season of maturity which would bar from comraerolcal
'1. There are a number of avocado va- which It bear, ifd/) the season for maturing -city .vigorous t* withstand the dnln, bring very good price but this U the quality, color and form of the fruit planting such<<' fine vartetle a. Wiarplepa -
.0 rletleo' which have qu.Utle..h&& entitle Its crop, we are Indeed fortunate which heavy. production<< makes without mainly due U the email uantlty availah Itself I. Important. Th flavor of a* Uplnka gueen, Uada, AUIxc
', them to plaeta la what U usually when we even approximately approach being brought to a debilitated eon* and until the market for the fruit avocado. depend mainly' upon lie percentage and McDonald would have. little to
called "home-pl.nUDe," when It maylbi this Idml. Contrary to th. lather sl ice which precludes a good following have been considerably, extended It I in of oil content and while. the" recommend It
expected that the fruit will be general opinion, avocado. tree when crop. Thl point I* of greater Importance doubtful whether the demand will Ueufftclcnt northern market do not BOW oil".,. Round Miape for I'M'ttlnff
10\ mainly for the penonal tuo of the one well Mtabllahed ar* usually not, In the election of an avocado to take ear of heavy. ship rotate to any marked degree between Mainly on account of packing r.-
I t\, rower and hl. family, but which have difficult t* grow. It I* true that the << variety than with any oUter of menu) without overloading., The avoredo fruit low In ell and that qulrementa* round ..._01. I 10 preferable .
fault that lower their value from a young plant are rather luaceptlhl to our orchard tree, for the reason that. at this season on northern markets having, e, high oil content, the con. to any other alia**, but, .... no
.,' market standpoint And there are damage by drought, sunburn and trout from the nature of It* fruit, the prep come Into competition with all aumlng public will noon become educated great advantage ever th* oblong eroblat
> likewise. varletleo \. the fruit from but U upplled with plenty ot water, draw! more heavily upon the resource sorts *f other salad vegetable at a I* demand avocado with a ""e- kind Varieties having a pronounced .
t which rank high when considered o. haded from th.| direct ray of the of.h.. tree No other known fruit tint when the price for such food< nounred nut-Ilk flavor and those of a neck ar* rather objectionable
.. a general commercial boats, but Which ua and given. reasonable protection contain *e low percentage of water product are lowest. watery Insipid character will .b* die. Other qualities being equal, the fruit
I, '. are not particularly attractive for against. cold during their earlier period nor so high a proportion of those co.. Shortly after the earliest Florida avuvadot counted by the .best trade. This I Ie with' .a small seed I* diMlrabl, a. tae
.home ewe There aro avocado adapt of growth, moot avocado become sturdy tltuept which are derived from the are mature enough to ship, the more particularly true in regard to the usual Bfeoinpanymnt of a .,"all.a
i, f ed for a fancy mail-order trade, ..avocado vtgorou trees free from many of plant' foodi upon which the tree Itself. Cuban seedling appear on the market Weet Indian varieties. some of which In thick nosh but several of the best
which beet suit hotel and re. the ailment which tend to make life must rely for It* growth and .vigor, Asa .n quantltl inch that prloee rang run very low I* oil, with fleeh of a wa- commercial varUtlre, have seed .f
taurant requirement, avocado which miserable. for the grower ot ether result of this drain, avocado trees comparatively l low throughout Mt. latter lery consistency aad flavor about ana more than average els( *.
may be safely *hlpp d to Europe said fruit But In habit of growth there part of August and Until well along par with a poor grade of toilet I t+oap,1 A* to the matter of .!**, opinion
avocado which must be disposed of I I. great variation and the prospectivenvocado of com vartatlee unless very carefully !in September. Re for* the 11'1or October The Guatemalan and Mexican avwan differ but for general. market purposes .
',> oa a load market Very certainly planter before laying\ out hU handled com to the end of their the Cuban crop baa nasally 1 ,been <' nearly alt run high enough In oil West Indian verteUe .veraiWContinued

b the Intention or expectation of the orchard, should tats pain* to acquaint I fruiting season *o badly run down that, moved and Florida avocado control to Impart a never which will b* satis- ( .. Page /evena ) I

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1.11 hoe and: handle __..,. 1.00 .
Fruit and oak plat 40o to 11e
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Unsa yd. 11.11 .lue..1 boy* cap. *
1.10 lantern .............._..._ 1.00 I Salad bowl, ....uU... fie to .....110 per
Ir Crepe d. rhino, ..... value fill W..'* sweaters,,, ".'11 t* _..___ I.m
die file for ................., ..............1110 Cup ant saucer ............_.......__...'"
: Blik taffeta, lilt vain ....._.l...
ticking bucket. .._....1........_....Hf Dinner and pie pistes It* to ale: afen'l drew paato It 4t **._-. MS
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.1*. I Ooatd pump .M*.......... Berry bowl, beautle 4W WtiTV Men' dm shore. ..... t- ...., 1'
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Princess Hip Reg. II .11
Back Undav-Collar pad*-Pad Ola** lamp" 110,1, *._, ,L.ni-.if"., "* W..'* eon, lie to .-..._.._.._ .1'
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lock*-Door lock*-Cupboard lock Pyrex caseerole It t. .._.....4....
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-Parcel botte--Itinges, screen door 71 watt elect lamp .. .... Mt SUITES
Princess ill pa. TtrgularIII Arrow collars, T for ... "__"__ 1.00

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I hinge -Hammere-8ew.-Square Dining room *ulte. I* oak, walnut and two-tone effect, |7I I* ..ISM.M
bolt*....NuU-.-Screw* ... Uvlng. room suite IB mahogany Walnut, fibre teed lip to ...._....110.011 .. WIll, .belt_*., It* t* ......,. I.It
} : tight Ford truck ..._" ,, _..*SO.OO, DEPT, Breakfast room suite*, pen Ivory or twe-tone II* t* ..___'...;-,...02000re' NOTIONSWriting "'D'* work ehlrta, 144 t* ..... .IMMe

> .* *'* flannel ........, II value. II.M:
.. 'p" Floor lamp, .a beauty ...".....M.O SPECIAL BED OUTFITS tablet*, I for _.,.... Ue 41' J
Men's food sweater*. 14 value ".00
HOUSEHOLD Boudoir lamp. It to .. .-", ".110 Dos MaUoBCriV: If* 10 .....4...W.4S4faleum (
I I tot light fixture. ".It te' IMO Straight poet bed cotton mattress, folding sprints, bargain ._._.....0 M.Od and fact powder<< lie to 4So Hoy' eblrt and ..10..... It* t. tWUea'l

HARDWARE 4 ft 1 chandelier Ill t* .__4M.OO l-ineh post bed,. Railed Edge mattress National spring good eutflltta.0 ....... Vanishing cream .-....__4K pin check: pant ..:...-?...IJIJ
I Bracket lamp. title t* .-<,.*. .-... poet bed, felt mattreae, guaranteed a L. .prlng, *.. dandy outfit *...00 W
aluminum kettle .. 01 00t Candle nature. IS.IO t* _0s0.no Toilet water, I a. to ..__._. |,." Oood khaki pants _..._ ..-_"4I."
.hade* and globe tie to10..'" Ladle' handkvercblifa I for ....IJfl
LSI wish tub -. .... W.ate carry odd 1>_...-Vanltlee. -fleatl Vanltl.e--Tables>-Bech.era .
pedal( I* and Tl watt Ie".. uo.Mtl Dead r-i _....__..._.._..- .. --4HtfLadleV R
8 "L: Ulsing, bewla, II* t* "...,,._.-ItJM Wire'cubes, awttrtir, **..., to> roan -.porch' Oiah-KHche* Cabinet Dreasirobe*-n.lrrtl.-lro. belt and irdle..I0.Hutteea
board" .. ._._.---Ik win .lode-Coa Tabls.-.carpsta' larf and 1'r .JLILI ,
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\ frey' eaamal dish pan {:..aaoi ranging from It* I* U& Come In and see aam*. Real fgrnltur In tw*. BEDDING

ail i It... aluminum roaster ..__-...0 ....* bicycle tire for _.ss.... tone. 'American walnut ,and old}Ivory In Queei Anne sod Louie XTT Good blanket -......., _.... .. f 1."

I1JO aluminum bucket -..... III bicycle tlr. for ,- ._.. eM14* pauerneW bait the \gtss3Iil,|aloe. the ,riel. Male prior will bold better grad blanket II. II I* IS.4

'" '. 11.14 aluminum double boiler 110 balla. bat*, mitt, glove* II* tot.0* good' e-ntlt Saturday, November it link out yourutt and *av. money. Pepperell theet Hit .. ". .11.41

....t... Wo have decided ;W* hero )ut received I a large iblpment ef guaranteed rwefltg at ,
J. ".10 aluminum percolator not to handle aut Fepperel pUInr ***** ..,..* Ma
110 aluminum tw pea _. _.l0a tire and haw new owe at ce.t> price* yew have. Bet heard ,of In several years; vin. 1-tily, ...nl l-ply, 4Mb. Bolted Edge maJtres .IOFelt
1 ,ll.'0: ,.pl,. ".'11, Heavy fed slats _red.a 1.10. .al..... felt. 4 square
Tl. aluminum preserve kettle) ...0* alit Para Dell cord tire .,:*21.. roil his a dlseonnl. *f II* per rail Can you .beat ItII.. good charged maUrOM Ito to'U.OO (

-j Tie f{. B. wash pan ..__..._..._..-tGD lt>4 para Bell cord tire _4)1MIU4 roll tots a discount. of It* per roll Caa you beat It?. N* good chanted Pillows, cotton _..__ .. w.fl.."

I 71* botcher knife .__..--lot' % Para IMII cord tire 030.er at't Use ,........ ReiaeiBbw a diM saved u a dim mad. Plllowsl feather; --++ .. .. tlMPUlawev

Paint from lIe ass W ......'........t ..00Varnish. If 'ef .1. < feather _. ...1100
Tennis racquets-Flash Ughtav yo ky ,oet tow *. ..." oat of tows Bed b* buys one *f guess FEU.GIFT
r I Kaln and Inamsle. -Putly. tanch tlll-Vacuum bottle-*, town, what .M n-...tiswin keo* of err tent Toweto, batk. ....___--- ..-.. ..JtaTewels
f i Flaking pete and tackle. t. V. ?Rill:, .......... ., hand ,-.....?... ....IO.

Kitchen Cabinet Bedroom Slippers Silk Sweater or Scarf TIe-Sox-SUk Shirt Vanity Hand Bag Set China 'Dishes f ..:'

", I Nice Rocking Chair Reading Lamp Ivory Dressing Table Glove-Ball and Bat Pearl NeckJaee. Set Silverware }tJ

,'"'' LIbrary Table Smoking Set Cedar Chest or Trunk Knife-Razor Pretty Wrist Watch Cbaln-Table-JJed: .,. '

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Pan !lam THE HOMESTEAD' LIADIR Novcmbtr 15, 1923



, Agriculture Horticulture Livestock NEEDLES ::I ,

PuMlabod every n..**.* kr tM M HIM Ml> >

South--- Dade PuMMilnn CooaeanyB When Adapted to Dade County's Needs two' AVOCAM FOR HOMESTEAD AND REDLAND DIST.c'
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a: ARCHKrV: Bailor! Ry J.Oooaty L MUfft Of all ClIo gMts at many soda -
I JtllBY LKACM. ........., Bdtlor.MAIUORIK TMi I* the nonpareilOr Moet of ue have always hoped that If coffee Mining can b* duns atemail 1
LKACH ARCHIR Dud. Agricultural J OIM.Qaeetkm I .**. sad oUvo. brut, and *M. OMM day &thai would bo a new Jitduatry ettpon.n. and It $ can b* isles. ':

4 .ee* Manager.katrd ( will be towered to thai eetuo*.) I Of all< the gift .* *u.ny *.*. develop to lAh O4a that tIM year through, it appear t* M a*

eeooodiai & arJiiii _m __ _.___ -- QaeaMad. U ... .- ten .***' would lit ef a caters to provM *a the ktoaJ crop for tb* email. farms*
...... 1'11.. M well "..,... the eejtlre twelve auatae of won a* for the corporation wltk awHgM4 -
I*, 1.11, at the poet otrio tt Hera*,I iwoauas a aunbvr of MajM hews *> efM In Ute Thomas papke pow
"or ill MM sir** of wrap. sod the .... Tk.. ..**.. won ouwaitU- oaprtal.Th .
stead Florida, under the Ad 01 bam mad oorJllaf the vBri***) *..." It ,ou-.:
The to t... B.est"Tll .nod! messily who w* kiaraed that eoffe plaat, awordln ) a* MMratted
tank 1, 1ttl.eub.orlpuon. phoophato which Ides'
E?1UPUKITT la ear own puMM sad Held oars b* MaM* tHaptnettory, I lea emailevergre
o*liels MMoureo Limo h....... Ant
rote II.eo year o Sweet sad sew with ft Ml Of bllbNeotarei .r. grown .*... *T 0 auaHty said to be ** tree from, U to |4> feet to

oc oupply' Urn. cftaMo M golden hue equal to asp frown In any .."ntr,. height: a native. of .eouthern Arailaand
for the naaujraotor ttf mot now, MB you think wta '. O. U Btrickland! ha In M* gardenIa Abyarinla,'but cultivated lit beep
lOIs form I Insoluble la
TUB MOADKIVS CRTEO of eommerclal ". MM***. HMwMead II plant about two Md part of tM ........ Th corfe berry
Ibaugb It been found b
has t* moss
We behave la HomettMd and f fertiliser I, vallablo than tk. toeoluke Mbael* Pweet sod coot whjh a bit ef bluer "" *-....., year old, flee .< whIM ar I 10 at flnt green, the rod and ulttmalely -
. Dad ... am going to dl..- "f mam Md the *n.IMaff sllterOppeslUt
\ .t, IoU *f felt This *pek* well for dark porpHi. It" about M

W* bollov In Ito repeats tutor. ruse them to sent form.Dirfrrrw* h> tpcvphoevhal Here' tk. trod for yon:-jwt I : ) rktvntInantubk. aed sour with bit
, ef bitter
and IU potentlallUea Animal bone wa the chief raw ma* I frowfa when It I* known that from eeede eurVMMeood: by a papeMjk ,"
Phosphork Mortared \
) eksle
<< golden kit ,
W* bll.o In Ito altru fruit Induetry w AvidPho.phatc Mrial. la Ik. early. day, The euperorHy THE TRIULKT throe to four year ar* rauud. t* membra and tncloaed I*,a yeO*. ;

Ito avooado Induetry, Ito ot of tile boil..uperplosphatw oralooolved Lowbrow bring t* bearing tree la practicallyall purple natWr Thee seed., 4te*. '
: I .*. you bow written
rich clad tool its farnou at lime ...... In various bone, a* It was ........ over what you call triolou for The Leader. I off.growlng countries of their covering, conntltut Htjl*.

prairie tomato ...... ito *..*.- / form A* tt th. raw .boa, war manlfeet at one*, What I* a trlolettHirkbrewl A* to th* financial return. thai woulirwult Coffee wa* Introduced by the ttutohInto

_.'lInc pla tool cad IU
a. a regular PromlMdLand. bone and mineral phosphate, for ."perph eph...* the oarty acquired Introduction U ChI writing of prove a eommerdal luceeea the ItV needed In Intioduflhig It Into their :

example eenslet ot three part otllm ty farmer* woe Mr. Bailey" euggesU. poetry for morons. Tt to comply I I land Dletrlct: It .U a well known fact, Went India Inland Tb annual pro.ductlon ,

W* bellow la our profeoeloaal and en, of phosphoric aald. This quit a* Influential a*any other In crested with nil tit* ruler and to turn out a that all the eoffee need In th. fTnltod tor the world In about on
tradenten and btutnoe a prejudice la favor of their continued States I I. !Ii little million ton, ot which th. Ameriou
, men, our our I* the Insoluble form. Oonauso the perfect ones needs a bit ot wit and Imported, bed there j
moot and w. boners la their three part el llm to one ef ......- ue* In preference to mperpaioapbate a dash oC rood luck that ar not powlblllly of ovtntorklnf' the marketIt rount.riea produce In the neighborhood

desire for lair enforoemeat and olr.l Itherto add whet It contains. It I* derived from mineral phoophtfe moron lo. I* sold that tot tress can be planted of nlno-tentha. .

Improvonwata also called trtcalclc. trlbetto or boo *' Lowbrow: Float specify. I may t* the acre, and a tree at five yn It I* sold that coffee tree continue

, W* ..* /... oar people will .,. phosphate. and I* grapklcally cxprn Mr. Bailey continues "Chemically want to try on MOM day.Highbnw of age should produce 44 or 10 pounds productive for from thirty to forty

predate Tb Leader1 effort toe .r by ...* authority la tb* accompany.Ing speaking tile eoluble phoxphori acid : It y*. do Just live| tip The tree. It I to ..eald are not ....Dllln yeah Though almost always covered

live &b... new, advertuwmetitaand fermulaiUrn produced by th. action, ot the put to U o following named specifications: to grow, and own en our upland they with fruit they yield largely" at twoeeaeon

editorial that will brier hem turlo acid upon mineral phoopbate* I* 1. Tb* triolet to devoted to th. d*. mom to require very Uttl ferttllxer. *. Th. leave of the coffM

the treateet comers of truth, ju*- Ume rhosphorio Aelil Identical with the eoluble phoephorlo velepment' of on* Idea alone, which The tot,.. fruit may be picked any tree p aaa. proncrtlea analagou.

tee and .helafulneee Um.Thu. acid derived from animal bone, and I* presented la the couplet. ot the flnt week la th* year, although tbs year those ef the fruit and ar* extensively

W* beller that It I I. our duty ., la each molecule however It th* soluble from each could be separated two llna, I I. generally. divided tab two or three need by the Malay much a* w* uecommon

to lent the publlo to the boat of email there ar thre part of lime front the ether .substance. with I. There must b* but tw rhyme; main harvesting teaoona. tea

cur ability, that we rut keep faith end one part ., phosphoric sold,. this which they arc asaoclaUd, there I lino 1, I. 4, I and T hv on* rhyme ----

with the public at all tlnua, and form I* not Immediately available.ftnlubw would b* no difference whatever! In while lln. I and lino I bar the _nd.
the result of their. .
that t* leas w* mutt print all I ItMwphorio Acid I. The liner that rhyme must have
: Itt.F..pIaI. .
the .*... without fear or Savor or In another form th* phosphate eonsuKlng the Mm length and accent
projudloo or .oolor plane honeet *f one part ot llm and one Th* Idea In the term phoephete' .. Line 4 I* the name a. line]. while Growers and Shippers .
should also be
kepi dlatlnct from that
I publlolty put promotes oommunlty of phosphor acid, two part *f the t and I ar* a repetition or reftalu
conveyed by tho term
11m. lit Mil triesllo form are replaced o.of liner I and I. 80 you ere Wb.ra youhav W In
welfare.KKF.I.NQ. pbate'. The first swan.. and should pro alway* the market for euppllei of Jl'ru1'V..t&bI.
with water, Thl form I* called mooel.a.la b* applied to ,any material one decided on the opening Poultry and Fresh Egg and wonld like te hear from sdtippersin
or monocalcl It I* a saturated containing couplet you bur also' decided what all sections having anything to offer.
rK>UII>\ AT THE! rAm phosphaUt Ther could be no .. Ito chief oonetltuent phosphoric line 4, T aid I shall be. Then ar*

Th. ....* fair open today at Jackeonvlllu. arid) the other means, and should b* only throe more lln .
lens than on. part of llm* to on* ofphosphoric namely' I, I and
rot **arly a week the fair acid and such phosphate applied, to, any material containing t to Invent.I Massameri Grocery Co.

rreund. bar been the eeen of mad are culled acid phosphate;, or superphosphates. : soluble phwphorlo acid a. It* chief Now In the development>> ot the

" hat M thoe In chart of th. fa.J' The combination of the constituent. Th. pheephatoe which thought tin I met begin the u.-

rtoue wklblt from the many eountlea, llm and phoephorta acid may b* have alraaily been described sun each I folding of the Idea expressed I la the 210 FLORIDA AVE. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

town and dUtricU rprenntd ruih shown a* follow.: I capable of being converted Into a su- opening couplet and also neatly Introdue .

,! to get their producti oa dl..I.,. LimeWater pvrphoephate. .. animal bone euperphonphala the refrain or repetition ofIliiel I

Among tb. bu l.*t of this. peraomar rhoephorlo Acid I South Carolina rock super making th* th* rrpotltlon seem

I, probably It.. and Mr. OeorxItannon Water I phospbiit, bone-black luperphospbat' .. natural* pewlbl. Lin* I continue T

L who ar* In charge of the ... This form dissolves completely In bone-ash. uperptiosphat, bomi.black what wa begun In lln. I. Lino 4 I

hlbll from *h. Redland Dldrtct water and when applied to th* soil euprrphoaiphat bon-a superphos should euro up what baa rone before
I phate, Florida rock euperpho pliate. and j ICE
Ever lino their appointment by the readily distribute tueilf everywhere Introduce naturally the last two CREAM
and Tenneonee rock .
superphosphate.These line
Chamber of Commerce, Mr, and '...*, thus Bilking It more tueful than any which ore the refrain of the I
supvrphoepbate vary In their' flnt
rtanion bans worked tlreleuiy In themterert tether form I content of soluble pboephorie acid, Lowbrow: Olv* me an ..ampl.* forth Made in Homestead by a Homestead Firm
of the exhibit and llrvrrtml
It they d. I'inryhorkt5,1,1
** rule
not com back with a load of pr....., Another form of phosphate con tent ot soluble phosphoric acid In the may hove a concrete cue before that I Sold at
ribbon, and medal It will not be ells of two parts of llm* and one partof i phosphate used a* raw material. andlo Highbrow, All right. .
Apply the
their fault Out the Rdland Dlatrlot phosphoric aold and u> called dlealnle the .xoellcnc of the method ofmanufacture. rule to the following triolet nn FLETCHER'S CONFECTIONERY ,

will b* eatlnfled' In any event, becauee\ dibasic or reverted. One part I I In other word, tbtpp.rphorphate TUB FLY

the advertlatnc that will result from of tho llm In the Ineolubl' le r*' I while practically Identical H. bear en M* tea I PEACOCK'S

our exhibit at JackMnvllJe to (hone, placed by an equivalent\ ot water and In *o far a* Ih. form ., pnoe-- A hateful bacillus.Wherever .

f and* of VWtor will be worth all the la expressed a. follow: phorlo aold .ta concerned vary, In their he roe HARRY'S CONFECTIONERY

effort and money 'p.nVLoa the poo. Lame F total content of soluble phosphor* H. bean .. hi* too ,
lee.All Urn Phofiphorle A'art"1 acJl!. nor" example; wperphosphat Th wont of our toes FLORIDA CITY SERVICE STATION'1'OWEN'S .

of ue had chance to M* what Water mail from the animal phokphate. as T**. haply to kill no.II ,

went out of bar to Jacksonville? but She reverted Term, which noan"* a bone-black. bone-h, etc.. ar usuallyi bear o. hli toe* COLD DRINK PLACE (Goulds) |

...turd.". and w*'all know trot It was going back from the soluble award fitly In soluble phosphoric acid than A hateful baclllua.Lowbrow .

e If wonderful eollection of frnlla, vpge- she Insoluble form I* ala Insoluble in those mazy from nlmal bone:or from : Bold on. how, I believe ": ij

.' table. and: other y 'l'Oduct. The (orireouf water, but .. readily soluble to the many of the mineral phosphates, because there are some ctudent in Dad Coun BUY IT IN HOMESTEAD

tropical tol..... that will decorate root! ot th*" plants "It wa* formorlyluppoovd them, phoiphate) are, euch trharaster ty high achooW that could turn out ':

our tooth at 0,. "ate fair will that these three wars the lit to *nabl* the manufacturer some first-claw ttloietft Have t your When you buy from these places you patronize :

I he an hweteUbl drawing i earl to the only forms" In 'Which phosphoric acid to eenwt f all the phosphoric consent to ask. them home industry and treat yourself to the best ice ,,,

C ,t rrowdl and after the people ar* attracted .lntd.: write L II. Baileynut acid preeent Into a eoluble form and Highbrow Of course. Send a cream in Dade County. Take a quart home with 2
another form In wplch four part al the aame time to occur a fin, marked .
( thle
to the lied I land Metric booth copy tour of The
It I. .ar. to depend en our dlepley of lime are combined with OB* of dry prodvot thal hoedM. rradlly Leader to the EnglUh teacher In each you for the rest of the family. 1

,. rod toe Raaaani to keep then there phosphoric acid and thus Called {vtraralclo handled-ws.lmportant oonahleraUoaIn bleb" echool la tae 8"" Inviting ,
era been found *ult. recently making uperp4iosphate. the student t* and to Th
ttntil they PI an Idea of what a g ar. Leader TRY OUR WHIPPING CREAM I

drn'pot w* have dews 11.... ample of what they. OM do, I will .
A. OVEIIiF.Ita/>> WORK CAlf "* auk the editor U let m. elect and
trip tbreuth the fair bulldlaf' .
M Jackaonvlll tale. week will be Ilk*' I THE MAILBOX I I .BK ,1ARTED 1IOO -KF.DHContinued print com of tk* beet, and to the pupil A pint of this cream will make more than a quart \

a trip through riorlda aeh eee-' ,( ) Prom Fogs One) "who write. tb. be.triolet I ,,11I&w..4 of whipped cream. *

Won ., Plaids will be npr anted by I I Ipreducte dream that seemed a* Impossible tonany a book. '

rharaoUrlntl. t* that particular -, I One Generation Given ,person a* t.h. Over-tea ,rail1. The trtotot wit and lea Ingenuity fair target.-Charles for *1rwMnt Graplco Bottling. Works

region. Bitenelv* adverting Right Training Could road seemed when l"l.*.ler first set DeOarmo, -

on the pan of the Mat fair aeeoola.I jounced hi. project according t* Mr. Member ot Cb&l''I>Ir of Commerce

, tlon will bring .any vlalter woe ore' Stop Wars, Says CarterJdlt Redd. decide \
Itterwtod la.teptl.r In all probability look back Ice Cream Soft Drinks 5
l In Florida. They Ill* Fire imprcexhioi"My and Ice
".. pam down the aMe. and wlert : Homeeteed Leader first Impression of the upper that we were only dreaming In til.
the Pew ther that realln the irrmhrUbl I fl that the development which. f
of florid that appeal' pro key about December 1,1 to', wu that PHONE 30-3
moet to 'h"... W* bow they wilt'1' reeult ef peralxteat, consort..d their beautiful beach, and tropical 1 will tak place will b* eo area that i .t.

not bo able to reel" coming u the propaganda which may beds with arve/tk were uneaoelled" said Mr. It .U beyond conception at the preont ,, :..
. Kedland Oletrfcl. I''few, pawblly ono devoted soul prvg.Mt tin.
1! Redd.. "Then th. thought of their
with one great des What Roman
I tloi to mind That ----
:K't> cam my atonedepreciated
..1.\. ron NEAR EASTTbs orator wa It wh GI..... every speech their value t* suck an '4 -
Homtd 'eve what */.r subject with the word.
Wornm' "And ntoreavtr Carthage mud b. de-
Union la new actively consideration for a number of year a'""
*n- "'' r
troyvd" A generation grew up with fv
f gored In preparing box et ".M raven: after bavin gaaedl upon their
that In cad It
purpose view was Moompllonod '
Hotbee" I*) b* wnt |e> the Neat Cast beauty and e.te. Of the numerous ,

1'h.. .ndertakt.g should relv fruit produced On them, I could not
IliMnllcar 14 hie email ion to the
*. Ito _.,.ratloll of almost everylomested attach much value to them, du. to ni
'altar and there raoned Mm to *wareternal .
their neenlngly taolatW tomtkm.
family. Th donation
are (
vengeace acalnet Rom and
,,being 0101'0'II at tile boniest Mr. C. never at that time d_.... ot 'I
but for on* mnrtake or fettering no { I.
possibility of a road ""ucu.J
I'. Jackeon.The 1' em]
don Hannibal would. bav bad Rom*
wKa the mslnland'Mr. !
fleM .f w.rk'fav, th* W. C. T. I IV la hi* pwr.Tb .

I* not .. *rioted to antlatoiohel aotlvltlee Jananoe ,mother .( lea then' Rdd said that after having!;
pent about four year In
although that ta It. main rea- to sosther.i!
a bait century ago began teach ,
florlda, a of !
trealer portloa) fro time
ann for ....._. It **ek* t. promote 'I Itemperno their soar that Russia must b* hum- t
I* III. employment of th* FloridaKaat
reform I. every paw of <1.1.., and they livede see .It done,
Coast Railroad Company, ho located i
IK*. Then example were *a the aid ef \
at Hemeateeid.TbU .
vnano and *l "blood f warfare but .
_..... Impeaalbte, that
VOID von KNOW ,,,...* h a mlgtter tone In rata*.
I* Homestead ,. February. 1M1. 1 felttime
1"1I. ........... boundary of ttorldaIn which ta capable ., bringing forth. "
farther _lh than the ....\1,... far greater and ....* bleaeed revulta.Lt b* MBtlnuod. "AAer locating, 1
an attachment for Key serge. Ttven
I lioundAry ef.OaHfernletrtorida every motbor incutoat the pa.trtofl ,
I begea to _.01., If soejse day In the ...,
, baa I....* .-I... of (...d principle .f the (old* nil. ,'*
load.--.ore of the beet. tb* world cal ..... In the heart ot hr children far dlataal. future a road t* connect .f

and In a g..*""'.. the tk .. ire key lo th. mainland would not b* ,

loci ". .,* world ... no mar ware' a possibility, Th* Idea began to grew i

lie nor opproaelona a perfect *bedieere a* those went Oft and In a few dareIt

t 4* law and lbs GOLDEN AOBtNAVOCIUTKD began to .** Uh* *> ....."11"" t*' 1*

: sn*. \ began lathing about H a 'Mt-

ttea people. AD' .paled, M0.t'a
r That b Wy we eheuld lit CarMlaa "THE BEST""f
of them. put Inc a kindly _lID and t '
in the beet and hlirheot *eaa of Ih* I ,
t, word. U h all that will sew th began t* try to find aomeUiInf mor 1 '", .t"o* what they all say about our '
trtlt t* talk about But a few .... cream sodas
deatrucdo tho
world front becaae*
nest: sow will b* too horrible. to eon who were well acquainted with In* A **{ for XsNMaaY Candle. I

.....1MtL It .**.Irtt uxw,lh.a taylslr pradurtlvoaw. and beauty of the J' Th candy of the l Out.. .AI...,. frwh h.

wit meet net bf It require* hey agreed that tt wee pe.lba. 4n /
1 Try the Famous Sliced 'Chicken and Chtcken''Salad
an aetlv* propaganda of Chriotlaaprlnelple4 year to1 *om* thai Posed tsrsaa..tvwetwethes' ? .

I cad the Irving ot those nw a fwd "vouM ..* fouuil.Uk Sandwiches

. JWTrI.IW 1IVraJfGl would help humaalty. let u* beChrMlaaaV ..,..n. theyaMnwd to doubt test
JIk1'J V JltIT Jat>A 1JIVtl'tHtt .. U would. lit during our 11....,_ I Hot Coecolste witk Whipped CreaaaK
ellt Cuff.
JY/f. l &fCWTNJ1Nl Sincerely your ">>low thai Ik* road I* an assured

'" ,p.P1tTMdIJ--JIR77.LRKtItalfr W. 1, CARTE: fart w* *wak. front *ur loam to fled

lFJnI 11/lH IM values haw Intrtaeed lea loll and quality, Courtesy Prompt 1M"HARRY'S CONFECTIONERYr"

florid prod**** Ih* '*tM".JI' ........* ors know troy will keep O* lacreaelng I

cad {raprrlt J .. r.pl..Hy thai In a f>w>year w* win

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November" 16,, 1918 THE HOMESTEAD LEADER Pa,8ee.

g.rlr.. laellgal iielgMdpsett
' __ were B4ny4 and loa cream .Th* Hen a***** Cmb". Thl.* wu ales Imagine the monar VeeenxHive *f
and. ck served a* refrtamnoam.CLAM the regular meeitlng of the. eocWty andoatdrh a Vast. trnn4 ntln* U>l paxeenger I 7Yi weed
:1 ( ** work wee dose for the ,...hewing down upon you full tilt
: I Social Events |i tt EHTRHTAISVW. coming ('h........* *ar*. .. foe strain vainly I* oMrlcat J'OUI"I I mm mmFHIDAT.

BY MM. AMD MNH. ......I.\ H. self from roar caddie here which ha
.. NOVKhTftBIt: If
Mr. and ..... D. 1. Wlllanutoraamwl ea- QI'AUTOtll.. as caught a hf let tit* tnaeke brakes
{ r the yoong people In Mr. WttIkuwr COMMERCIAL AVDC&MM a. aakl a.d fallen .ta a hlpee BMPTowerlBf KAUtt LJ3WINHKbnim4
,,"., JHMMTf, 100 ATTEND Erma 0a.II_ Marjorie ulllma. lam Ihnday echoel co.... at tMtrkm (Cee01sis Prom Fag Five) ...*.. pee *n Ute I"
r .ALfc GIVEN BT FIREMEN. Murphy, Ovate Roberta, Uaton Ceo- lad Friday. evening: when a .... around a pound. sad a half and Qualcma enwa and knf propelled. toward ""\ Untied"ChrlBtt
,tqe, r The' tell (.IvM !by tk local fir.. ns.. Robert Campbell" BtllU Radtord.Ra see estisg.woe hltwed" b a pogoree kin* ranging from '*u>iou u ,.. at *tgMr elides. ea hew, oome comedy and "Ho..
...Dn the Woman** Chth! b.U4m. BaroN .JrCMIAMI sselal beers. twvnty-tw ***oe* m weight may homf tl o bi* limited ..... MMU the orea 1Ju"
IBM night was *MMd4 by attest l.. TIle clam will b_ a buotnea wad *.y rnlicr ......... Wick e I. enUrvty swallowed by tile growing
..,.... The p*..*defrom tM eve* oeM mevtrag tM third Friday. .f hIP cites. betel or teak ender. Bade Frnnkeaotola. n... In a twtnknag.you BATTKDAY NOVtCMIIKII: t?
brought over its ,. ftf. fund Mitafc niSTRICTMKT "..... cook ...Ua. A...H.l Invltatlo*) to larger clam Plod reel sole .but the are TKnr cast underneath the A...<. OaOuMMl sad Otilln lAMdta
the 'tfrs beo,." "want' .fen" hand Mr 1111 HOMt>",TEAI CUIUCH.Tk gloss ihwXil M Join the ... tendency of f tb* mark** demand I* hwtlh f hvrrtaaa. of kr** cad ..... 1r.e'INomrr .
buying ohlckeB mpperh" Utrtot'' MtarioMOr tx49 w t After the ......' meeting frtdayMgM 'toward the amaltor *le* and I bettm and pets see p.ssisg .e.eb.st tile Trails"TaHlot
The Woman'. Club, whining to ehvwft mesa November II at the While Site(* II... WMManra snowed dellriou that within a few year th* CtaahMna- *** belted had hissed 1.511? of for Fa...," Christie
appreciation of Iho wrvtco the** aa...... Tb. mteUag wHI "begin about refreahmvnU.Tho Ian varIeties averaging about a posed : eegee. lids AM In real .M. Comedy and ItevteW, "
',tnet give the fir. department wltAt 1* .tack 1,. the ..0111111..4 aaa- ** preeent wore Mr. and him w weight will net the .......r htgheMrotura pee ...*.. set ors and live -
Any monetary rveemplfke" **tv** sleds abput "4 'e1ock In the afternoont P. II Ohalkar.. MM" Pearl Ayeook. )of,*. : per late During the pt MONDAY, $OVhibtlElt: It
aandvlchn. and punqji at the daa. IW *.r ats union. will b* 0. rf. Kim, Mia. Allan .Patterwn )1M| two wanes auawnwlan. rnaglnf h*. College Men Head Gold DOROTHY DALTOX
>Jt night. The committee. ta eharg nyrmitti, and Homestead women ......, Moevtey, ... W. Greene i. I. two* tea and fourteen. oun***, ..*%. 1.
' '. ..f tbla work 1nt lud.d: Mr. Ore. art plaaetdtg bob serve Ittaafeoon t* ......... tho ...... W. J. Btradler. and MIT from fur to *.lx
r, .....*. Mr*. B. ft ............ Hi*. A. about it persona Mm Coratm wtMptMtd Mr. Md Mr. D. U Wlllama haft cold readily daring February and The .....", a HIM Laurel. Cent
K Uvtngxlen Mr.* P. em and II... *. Kv fyone I Ie oordtallr Invited March at th*",y dollar a .nU* f. o. b. 'Tb. pioneer of w..Mei |>le.i>* n edy and Menlo Chat
I'L.somla ho'lAt'I'4! GIVE Brief BmnmnryTh was B* redo on of toll but mae *t

{, A beautiful cake, mad by Mrs '1'. huh;. W. B. CRAVEN ]HIIO8TE8S MM CARD PARTY. AuanfloaUone desirable In a Ikeughl. trained amid art and letters.F. TUBflDAY.Th NOYMlnl1n It

.: Evan., wa* aold It brought 111j. TO CIRCLE .. I Mrs and lira. C. 14""' ..... entertained rommorclal avocado are: Parimn OM U A*""
Tb. men wt. gtye their. aervlc Orel! No. t of kit the rtro department.*! W. H Union of the Homentead Bap- In Redland.I W K. Walton won first a* to location of the planting. graduatoa, who 'loft tbetr home lathe IVoene act lathe Now
Prow, chief: B. H. Brandenburg; a.- tint Church met with Mrs: W. r. prlee for the men. a pair of silk necks, .t such established bearing qualities East when gold wait dlscowredr, tn
Mant' ehlf; William Meade. LaMonte Cave at her home on Wednesday afternoon sad Mrs F) 1,.' Llnd..n won limit a* to insure fair crop each year or California In 111 and braved the WEDNESDAY. 1II0VJWIIRR: It
y Oraw, Ooll Hook Edwin Hook H.n- Thin circle Include w,>m.n prlt for the women, a glees kewt I heavy crop en alternate yeara, aud danger of the prairie with Ita densest RICHARD 'TllMADUKIII
ry Brooker. Jr. W. H. Cochran, A B. living ea the wed side of the railroad Booby prlaee were wee by lore capable of carrying .ka crop through .and and Indian. to build vp a BOW

..Cain X C. Deputy E.: J. Pacettl. O. and In Florida City. Tw.iv.member \ Inter and Mr. Letcbworth. .1 to maturity without''' serious art back. country, are ,worthy of eomlderaUoa. ""'IIdo.. .........."
C Radford. Earl Cartor Bill Swing. and lib rtettor. wen present Those present were: Dr. and Mr*. i A fruit maturing between October A few of them have been made "Frown Heart.." stub Pollard
Jftolley P_,.. Mr Fletcher Burrel It till mooting. During the Blbl A. Fontaine, Mr. aad Mr*> R W d*> tint and. December fifteenth It of the Canteen bat the thouoaad who gave Comedy knit A_p'. Fable
s : ;Joiner and Bam McKlnMry.MR study Interesting talks worn made by worth Mr. and M.... T. J. Lete".I'\1" Wool Indian type and between December their live In the mad rush of thoce
,. the vtelton. II.... Julia Polk'i talk on "'r. and hire W. A. ,. first and May tint If *f the Guatemalan day remain uraung sees In tbs meet THVRBDAY-
,' *" GIVEN VICTOR IIi her. xperlenon In circle work woe Mr*. H. I J:. Behalf Mr. and Mr f. type. Th fruit t. b* *f medium ..."..u.nal literature.. It wa t* HARRY, NOVEMBER CAREY II r
BOtTTEM, TO BRIDGE 'LI'n. especially enjoyed. IL Llad........ Mr. and hire OlnaVletot i weight, fro from fibre. with. honor the** and promt that periodIn
t The Monday Afternoon Bridge Club The ......to,. present besides Mr*. and ..,.. Bassinet of California! Rood oil content. and mall t* medium Its. true color that Vltagraph plo- In
,'was entertained by M.... Given Victorat Polk, were: hire A. R. Cave Mn.McOarrah a guest of II,.. Murphy. >'U* _d. Color preferably green or turtied "Pioneer Trail" which will "Crnhm.T1irw"rievrnth .
( "Haunted
tor home Monday afternoon All hire Fannie. May MarUii. I a "f., ehade of purple *r llro...* Ix known at the Seminole Thratr as eplMd
}'nwmbcra w r. present M hits wen Mra Jones and M,.. Boott. TEA 1* BEING PLANNED! ''*, I ..ba,>. round, oblate *r slightly oblong Saturday November IT. Valley" and Path Newt .
Htwol> tables of brldf Mrs Cavra other guests were: M.... FOB XEW W. C. T. V. )"':>>RU' without pronounced neck. And of all ---..-
,9*: Mrs Paul Hoenihel wu winner. of J. II. Thom. Mr*. Baker )I.... W. PMyrlck Plan for a tea for new member of I three ualineatloM that of producing
. the tint prlM and rocolradjA band- : Mrs Charlie .5.rnttt M... It,. the W. C T. V. and for every womanIn I lufftclenl qua aUt.... of fruit to war.
'(repainted, dl.h. Mrs .Carl IXdln will R Bigger. Mra O A. West Min Bert the Homestead ..d Florida City rant the raising I* mot important ANNOUNCEMENT f
aoMrtaln the club at Ita next mwUng.REDLA' Andrew Mm. Montgomery Ur*. Gui- section who tt interested In the work

aa Joiner Mm Kate Bryan and Ml* of this organisation, were mad at Limited Train Runs DR. E. A.; PRAMUK Chiropractorwill
D \\'. C. T.: V. Alice! Poocy.Thl Fridays meeting of the W. C. T. U ,
MET LAST riUDAT.A : .* circle will. meet at the church at the home of Mr, a L Fox. Th Over Movie AudienceNever
reeum hi* branch office premise' la Uomwtead
A;' ... W. H. Cut wu hostess to the on November II and In December It women plan t* get a prominent speaker -
'r Rtdland W. C. T. U. laM FYlday af.ternoon. will\ meet with Mrs Myrick. for this event squalled before excepting Int LOCATION: IIORNE BUILDING t I.
F. who refused at nightmare! I
After the ordinary routine Mr* Wm. Fox.
budnciav tk, Child welfare, depart' HOMFHTKAD BAITISTS GO flnt to accept the office of president The statement applies to perhaps
, ajluf I the weirdest Every )1....lay, WeilnmUky BM| Prklay. evening front e to t
moot reported their co-operation Inwork TO MEETING AT MIUIl because of other dutleei wa prevailedto effect ever flashed on
i with the Aedland Woman'. Club EI..... Homestead Baptlat attended take It at hut we 11.'* meeting, the screen which .hi t* b* won In
and the J'onD&Teaellen'I&- the Women' Mlnlonary Union Her duties a* secretary will be taken Emory Johnaon'i latent film effort CHRONIC CASES MOST IIUCCESAF] 'LLT TREATED

a tlon of the Farm Lifo School; At letal meeting held at the) Rlrenld BaptM over by M.... Emma phlllle Wtbound Umlted. .
+ ',, '''-/our mooting under the auspices of Church In Mlanil Wednesday morning Friday meeting .was opened bya
p. wetly onanlaalkoni are planned for Th. metarngrr from the Homestead tong, "Joiin. Lover of My Boul". JJ111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111U111111111l/ { / IIIIIIIIIIli1111111111111N111l11l1111111111111111UII111111 1
1tb year. FiAptlat Church were the Re.. O. Tom lira Elmer Eonur read from the Bible
The nut meeting will be held .with West the Rev tie and M.... C. N. I and Mr. B. L. Fox led In prayer. The .
)'\ .... Seymour Dan on December 14 Walker Mr, and R. Munaelwhlt I i women planned for a called meetingat f
by + 1'rrn O.:I. Oault. : *. Addle Hill hireR the horn of Mr. C. P. Jackson at : ,.

.': TWO HOMEHT8 CUM B: Edward. Mix' Josephine Pratt o'clock Friday afternoon. At this t& : ;
; J. meeting the women will quilt for the v
"1LL MEET OT TC RDAY. W. O. Horn and A. Drew I .
eV B>- BjT wT"W bV ** ipT WF
Near East Relief and dlacua the .ub.IDet BJ
Both the Rcdland Wonuu'i Club e
and the Homestead Wom n'. Club CLAMKS: ARE GlEN ) of getting a epeaker to com to A Complete Department'I store'tIf/I1t1I
T :vmill meet Tuesday afternoon. PARTY 1I.'TJltnAY ArTEK.VOOVMra make an odd..... I

/* The Homestead women will hold W. D. Homo and Mr. H. D. I
;,;U\elr regular oieetlnf In the new club Taylor entertained their Sunday achoolelawn YOI'NG: PEOPLE GiVE 3 '
uj ulldlnr, at the horn *f Mr*. Morn PARTY IN HF.DLANDH.! MIAMI
26 The claee in political economy |nTCha Mr*. John Bauer Mr.. Andrew Rapp : : : : : : FLORIDA e
Redland club will meet at I playingames and Mra. William Van Winkle _I..d

,o'clock: one hour before the regular nerved fruit sherbet. and cake. In nerving refreohment at a dance
will Mesa Thou preeent .were: June Hart. given In the Woman' Club buildingat
noetlnt itart. Henry Car-
5a}ir will lead tile c..... Educational: man Jennie Tower Helen Han, Haael Redland. Monday night -53' The grandest, most appealing and outstanding event of our m
subject. will be discussed at the rrr- Sullivan. Alta and ther1no Vann Those preeent were: Ml... Eleanor 24th Anniversary Celebration is this big ready-to-wear day-Sat
Margaret MeOarrah Louise Peivnlngton. Uauer. Mia Bull: Campbell" Ml.*. D...
\"Iar meeting.e urday-that has as its unparalleled! feature 'I
Valeria Fttch. SMells BoweR ale Campbell Mini. Alma Schumacher,
't DRtCE CAAOON GIVES .:v.I,. l'hon..t Tommy Moffett. Naomi Mia. Martha Dernecker. Mum Ruti
lrrri.E FRIENDS PARTY. and Haal Lett Roth Fisher, Rapp, Miss Margaret Opfer. Muse Em-: r
r Brae Cahoon entertained some of Pauline Loyle**; May Redln.. Bobby tna Ilernecker, Otto Dernecker Leonard i SALE OF 100 H

...jhl. schoolmates Wednesday afternoon Crow Done Connell. Carol Hendereon, Tbompaon Telty RuKke. Carl
'ill_ Cart. and Dorothy "41R, Junior and Hchumachef, John Ooodnon. A* V. r
'"ivertary. Virginia McKliutry. Denier and Ell... Phillip John Oonn and Mr. Petenen.

;*lv'"d they were grouped In front of betb Home R. /). Alvah. Jr.. CII,... Beautiful New FallDRESSES -
fijh* house for a napehot. The after- tie and Bike Taylor.TItIIITYE'
,Boon was apent In playlir games
which amuse Hula men and women Th rfpiL KtUPRISE Member ot the Pioneer Guild of<
MIU TIOXfJR! AT HOMFi: Redland voted not t* sell their ""IInd
apt this ac* Later the Bunts were ant -
The seventh of the \ ground when offer. from wuld-
Wmbled In the dining room when ice grad pupil .
Redland: Farm tit School gave a ur- 10 pureh..... were discussed at the
J.!aream and cake wer. eerred. Bruce
;t r 'tved many a-ifla.. pries' party to their teacher. Mrt Fannie guild meeting Wednesday. afternoon. I .
Those who enjoyed: the afternoon M:, Timer, at her horn In Sliver According to one member ot the
Palm Friday evening. guild many prreon are under the AT i
Owen: malt Connor, Mane Campbell I
Imp..IOIt"'t the Guild Mall wuuullt
by the community, .whereat the .,
Stall wu built by the guild member iz
"S J 4, AT COLLEGE IN TALLAHASSEE J Tti. raked money by giving. soviets. 14.95 I', s c S::
and luppere at their home No *ub- = a .
erlptlon were olicltd. On July I. 3

1'PRACTICE HOI Kg niRAH .f Madiion Florida and thontjof loon till, a contract wa given t* P. B, 1 Sizes 14 to 46. Every dress is at an especially E '
+ %AKD! .NOTlima 18 SAVED. High. T.11aJI.The horn town Loom and Carl Looml who built the
1.< ?" The girl In Broward were awaken4d boy were vlctorlou hall for Mil. They. agreed! t. exit 53 lowered price-they are selected from Iota

early Saturday morning by oound ,\ one year for their money without Intoieat. that within the past week were priced at 18. L
jfcf the fire engine. call for help andjfch WISH MOVER IH RACKAFTER Tw year later the porch. 50 and
crackling of flame The pracXIc TRIP TO HOMKVTEAtt: dressing. room and kitchen were added $22.50 higher.

(akouw which WM very near, burned toMthe M!** Lola Moeer la .back In.Collegohgam at ot *f III. FoUl ysarya.e
groundand nothing wa MY"' after spending come time al the Prottnt Eplecopal Church i They are splendid models, beautifully develop ,;

fflt, wa a large franc building recently her home ta 1Iome...... when .hvt of the missionary JurUdlctloa of South ed of highest grade
'Ipurrhaaed by the college remodeled called because of her father'. Ill- Florida deeded the ground on which i
,'repainted and rr /.i. d. Every n_ the hall wa built I* the trunteee H Crepe de Chine a
Jecnlor In the school ot Horn Economic Mee J. M. Turner Mra. M. Florence .
(, moot .p nd a month In sock: ahome 'HntrnfJI: GIVERrmiCU ENIOK: Koeel and Mr. Louie flatten ar* th* I
learning the way of a houaeif : It AVDITORit'LSunday trut*.* fer the Pioneer Guild. Canton Crepe

!t. .. There are now. only I three frame night the church of Tat' Mr. Thome Brewer wa* the first :::2. -
building left on the campu laluunr united In a nnlon service held and I* the prevent president Mr*, Satin repe i iIi
flow. W. Keen
auditoriumunder hire. F W Easel and
1 hi the Leon High Intent
: : I AmericanLegion. M.... J. M. Daer are four of the TwillThe
-T I.Lr.OE AND TOWN i the direction of the and Light-Weight Poiret I
original and member
T.U3IIt.TK: ARMItrriCE P.\Y. The platform wee beautifully
The Pioneer Guild will. hold It
J'orlda...... College Joined with I decorated w\th American flag, *
the city of TaUabacae to make. J see
.vember 11 mi, the beat Armunlc lilies and a profusion of red pepp_ exoneratingwith i!
braid effects velvet and self
trimmed with buttons
of the the women In their effort toutsAsthis E beautifully 3
Slay ever known there. Each: law. The Re*. J. O. Orogan pastor
i P
th beat bazaar this auction
:bad a truck end these were given trinity I Methodist Church, spoke ss materials.The .
'a place near: the "front *f the long Th Amerlmn Doughboy a* I Knew he ever known.
bargain sale of high grade dresses ever offered in
and Interacting parad. At II:" the Him In Franco Several of Sirs greatest
p Parade disbanded. at the College, and llomoatead girt BtUmdd the aervtc TO MRS LADIEM E"1O AID M HOHTKH NOCH-TY. Miami. Sale begins at 8:30: a. m. Saturday. Be sure and be'here

the konoctod In the auditorium |
.. where- the American Legion. .im.i GIVEN PF.IL\lIIUIIO" A baaaar cud chicken! auppef JortMeee.bee I at store opening.
TO RIDE IN FORD I\t'lI I wars <4tamuMd at the
;wa In charge elf the abort program.
'r\, .... led I. ... b.rtlng of the Ladle* Aid Borletyot : w
IT. college cnevr leader a oongacnle A sew regnlatloa ha paiaedwhorrby Special Purchase of 400 Beautiful
I Whit Wen Church the .
which Included many of th* any MndenU from college. th* at II .

'fold, war lIOa.. I may new toed rid bom t* laws This and makes bark the to. mil tie | ternoon.Mra.hem of. hire. H. H. Swing this af French Voile Blouses and OverBlousesaU 1

'iVwo EwlBg: guest. were: = .i '
nm GAMES of bill much shorter and sow It too ,
<)>AKC: PLAYED OX CAllPfR.I a delight .. go t* town. Mr. John R. Hoca. II.... W.., ri L -aU sizes, beautifully trimmed in real filet and Irish
I i Yen )I,.. W. J. Carter Mr Chandler.Mr .

Owe ball game were played on tile Loretta Home and. Vermn this west.Pike Fred Whitney M.... C. Fitch.lin. short sleeves waists in this lot have sold as high as $6.-
Th. tint was an eicttlng have tees I. the Infirmary
a' *,ilMukef ban game between .the JiMlorand They kale .h4 dally vMtor *ad amiporteA II:. .A. Rnnlei. Mrs Robert OlbMr = 50 within the last 6 months. A great special purchase $198
lwta Haste hire I
ese Imnug
aenlora. It resulted I. a decided t* be *.t In a few day. and hire. Emma: Phylle.RIICEPTION enables us to make this sensational offer for Saturday.
>knory for tile worthy ......... A (Well* Hook ola4 them HUnriay.Th : : i
lang, ctowd of college. girli. and townT I Each . . . . . . . . t'i'
z )I4OpI. watched th* game and all notte4 Scotch Highlanderband, the Sly Nft MOKRIB YKTTEIt.Mra. I f
\t r ono remarkable feature--there eases that played in Miami two winter BURDINES SECOND FLOOI: m
Morns Tells *f fledlaml
WM not ese foul railed. on Uher ages goes a rogram.s In Tallahawe -
nonr- save a reception .. Wednesday I*
lu"n.r-a. Many
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1" -%.game TIle,between.otbw. ram ta* high woe*cho it football t toy'!hew Muted.lItertalnlll'. gene ati'.N....would.for they bo, know; Society the wmnber who tcok or the part Hrpdeg 1* tile Hand play ImmmlUlIUmmllUl{ 1I11I1I1Unlnmlllll l ( lUIIIIIlJlJIIIIIIIIIIIIUllllllllmillltllllllllllllnnInUlUl{ { { ( mlfimImmnfllillul( i (! 1



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'= Eight THE HOMESTEAD LEADER -- November l6, 1913




\ Dy Sue Pope Burkhardt



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I I of Goulds ,on Monday Saturday., Thursdayand

,IttnAd This delivery does not cost you anything extra.

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If I, ''I u, it itt' groceries and meats, come in or telephone and let us give you 'our

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FLOUR, any brand}, 6-lb. sack. . 35c ;


// FLOUR, any brand, 12-lb. sack: : .. roo' .. . : 64c I

FLOUR, any brand, 24-lb., sack, ,'.., '" : ,,a $1.15 j f

I i 1 y'' I,I SUGAR, 10-lbs..e. . . :\,'. >, e.. ,:$1][ t00 1.f ff

.BURT OLNEY'S tender sweet peas, per can 01 p i r

BURT OLNEY'S sifted Little Gem :
Editor Fore It* like oU.time hundred fruit ..lIlIua1'l. Homo dnillirtKi Mayonnaise' with the avocado and J peas regularly30c
to ma UM nam "$*e Pope" hav been known to yield. 1 In I find It particularly appetldnf. Served "
ov''r an lutllkif '...U.. tuuriAKrr th* neighborhood of roof to tlc, In the half.(hell with the center tilled per can, going Saturday = . 1 : OQ/
Ml** Pupa k It u.. Staff of thousand unit lam yoarU with dreulnr Some people ar* .o \ n,
the Miami. (JtlntiipwIW. and i.m.irwl I I. a fact that .."*dlln. tree will fond of avocado that they enjoy them '
her lint range lu Uurkbanll ..hfatoml < not produce true fruit and budded trw with a uprlnkle of NIt and pepper, CORNED BEEF HASH, 2-lb.'can . 28c
ntln* l..'.11...* with livrjmiruallxni ire therefore ;norp practlral, EnperI- with perhaps the addition of a little .
fop ihw.rlpe....... of menu with thin fruit I have boon cnlng; lime Juice I have known persons to
tUlMf trop**! MlatU make in *.i for about 10 years In this section ay tint they like them with milk ROSE=DALE PEACHES
can. . .
volts we ixMiM be IKY fnret at n'a and many Improved "varlotlf have and surer but that has never appealed per 23c
onto KuniUjr etmliic tarn) pMdueed Then are three din- to me.Right '
It term strange that our moder i Hurt ramlllw of the avocado. : the Writ here let m* **y that all Piorrta : "
Cookbook, which "peak glibly of proulni In ll.n. the auatemalan and th* Ideoivun. hounewlvtu should remember" that RICE ,14/. bs. for. . . :.. . Q1 AH
and fat and other tneuurea 01 The West Indian I* most tro,.1. vinegar liar no food properties but "f food value. and can figure out to H cal and muH sensitive to fold The that I Ime! or lemon Jules la both a "
calorie just what working Hum or a Ouatvmal. ; I* much hardier. than the food and a condiment! no one or th' : MEAL, JQ-lbs. for. ,. '. . . : '38c
school teaohvr require In a day. Writ Indian. and varletlc of this type., ether, should lit need. 14 mixing any "..: .
should a* Betlert Ihe avorado. .which ar* luccmfully (row* In California naiad dreeidiicAt ?* ir .: / P': ; '
avrrva I,009 per cent fa calorie *. Using l less '"IIO'PIIlto" Hi. coil. a recenj fard party I enjoyed a GRITS 10-lbs for : ..;. ?: .
,. . . .
'" Mlait avocado.
of omb4ned apple 38cLIPTON'S
Lately' I haw marched In aeveral Th* Mexican can Mand aa of
.( the but known tnd widely/ adverUed .- more cold than the .vo...* Orange I 'kid; celery. and 1 later tried It on my r
cookbook and have found no m.n and can bo planted *ucc* *fully OWII family and they ale It .with rcllth COFFEE
Han of the &Y0egde-Iqt vea under throughout aentral and .von I* well This' also require an ell droning- pound can for 9 g
the mistaken iu>m* of alligator pear" protected place., In northern Horida.Avocado ?let* Aikl ta Flavor cARMOUR'S
In asking myself the Lemon Mr this that \pear **riy.' *uch.,atli* Nat added tto lbs diced avocado
1 dtol Iolou| .Iad."ult b Mill oomvaratlvtl; should yl.lij at taint on* down fruit salt, or perhaps celery heart. mk .
unknown Almost every other vsrietf; 'yo, a \.... whoa three year old. a not-to-b.depld naiad I aw on*
at Mml-lroploal fruit* known" and in Handy fur Ifouwwlvr hoctew achieve IUCCOM by serving tomato .
eluded In til. abov mentlonod'ek- How oft n ha the ..1ho"llof Bun Jelly! In the avocado lalr-.hell.| .
book bus davocadv: w.r*. furiruttea.Tbl any night supper proved'a burabea} and by slicing! them they can b* turned .IOCAVY
cannot b* (or th* almpl" reaaon to the housewife? avocado tree lit Into almost a* many ahape a* the I t
that tony sri hlh.prlerdr. a. Other the yard would prove a boon to' thin citron, fruit Th* addllloa of a little . .. .. ..; 11c'
foodstuff. "which ar.. higher In price CM. *, At our houe we make a practice onion jutes: t* the avocado' brings
and contain lees la fool properties *f never having the old-fwhlon4 !I out a fin* flavor and sandwich' art
than. our florid favorltet ar.* dceortb Sunday dinner ht.I), mlddi* or the< delightful .with an avocado nlll".-. I LIGHTHOUSE WASHING POWDER 4kgse':
rd.Ha. ,Iky-that dinner Whteh m..n* nltndver recently heard of ".1"* the masked 25c
High Foal ".h.. lug a Mot mov all m rnln.,. instead avocado to thicken a salad dressing. .
That avocado are a food rather we hew a *ub,tantlal lunch lor DM with other fruit o Fresh: Western: Meats 'I I If
than a fruit I* proved la *. Matemenlpubllahed IInll uuaMy to out for Sunday evennt II has alway seemed t* me *. bit ,
by the Florida Eiperlmenl Thl I* a plan th. men of the futile to Ml aside a pg In newt- .
Nation In "0|. which declare thit frilly .....0'. ** III'" demand bit paper* for publ....."' of recipe which ROUND STEAK, per lb.- . ,,. . 33c
this aalad-frult stands between milk meal. throughout the wc.k and r.c.... n. b* found In any. ordinary cookbook *. ,
and (tow In nutritive vlu.. ]u fatptrcenlet nice tllll fact that the women of the nut la the ra ot Florid > ,
':seals l.y far, both that family enjoy a day of rt< frulta the powlbllltle' o< which are LOItf STEAK lb.
per 4 .
of milk and ..... white Its protein. Now of coun*. Horn famlllm Pianos .y no mean .ahaumeo. then mum be ; t. .' 38c
eonteat I* somewhat 1 leer thAI either to hav tile big Sunday dinner because Innumerable recipe which the plan '
The protein oo..tr"I" avocado of II men that Job and kin wlf and Urn ., meal would be glad to heat .0. '
4' I.' percent la set aialnet 1I per- children and Mary and Pier husband bout Wouldnt a sort of exchiiirrcolumn PORK CHOPS, per lb. .'. /.'i :: 1'V't:: t30C
relIt In milk and III pront In en* and Aunt Kato and all the fast of therolsh.i for that ort *f thing b* *f
It .. equal pound for pound .with ar* carting for the day and ft4IIItJ"bl. value '

la meat In ability to metala lit., must b* *;ntl- For Juno tits family Othre'troph'sl bathe WHOLE HAMS, per lb. . t ; ./. .. 28c
1 IteoU. thin the avocado I* priced unrh or the .ead.y' (icht Impper.the Then. I* 'mack that can b* dene 'I ,. ., ; .'
for ltd peculiar bribes and md|. avocado. lII.po In to till the need with pineapple' with banana, and '...
eat properties It poamw ktntlv Nam latxrmtlHit. Runv4kMMKy even with bell pepper and other "t.- SMOKED 'BACON :: r.Ib,: i ; 1 .1. ,
qualities. ADd boeau. It I. bore eaUylevied 'family1* fttvorlt rclp 1* seeredo tabl*. which have no place In eook : rti: ; / .
j ... this almost any other Loris halves tuffd with thicken oalad.Thl book wrlttoa for other part of the .
f' nouri.hm.nt known. It I* a boon to to voted a veneral nraceea, because country All three .are *o decorative WHITE: BACON lb. s/
Ogrnpeptlooi became It fontalne a mini It satisfies tk. .ppetlt a* well that they lead themuwlv beautifully per .'.. .'::
mum of earbokydrat U I* a boo* to a* gratifies the taut*. J.... email ave. to MJ>IrI7" dlh.., rr l *iance. diet I 'w"I'
diabetic : talus ana the shell can tit removed you ever h!'ar of butUrfly salad, ? ThUto ,, ;,> ,
L Dad County h mora and more becoming I or tile fruit Served in the hlk 1 wad with rln,* o< the plnepplr LARD, COMPOUND, per lb. '
famed (or avocado' and some UIDlllblll I. the hotter pan a* It bold put in hall With tile round *df*. .:. J- .. \,: ,
nunrrymn advooat the growing of, the salad la *hp. shell completely turned back t.e.t.. form win ..
th* avocado. la preference to th* citrus eaten and the rind. are a. mor .nl The body to madf* cream vb*.: |I CHEESE lb. .. ": 'J? i
per ;. .... . ,. .
fruit, declaring I that one buahal ol htlf UI Un ai'w 't\OMf'" the fanllUr nolaleaed who awiyonnalw and the 1 ,fggc
avocado poaviwe* more food value I cant.>or*, tKle. .erect with wings; may b* decorated with Ml. of i l '''' ,
than It bu hel" of crapefrult. Qrewaraw iw* ,and a hat drink prav** dui tii,. "* or pl"lollto or both. I have .' BUTTER :
leave followed ,lit. business from het ail a k'hoh moat, but If.your faml- 1-1".. Vat my family to ......... t. baaaaa >! per
A cornmertlal standpoint ...,1_ that I y I h1 very hearty. brine home .> ,uart Gad date diced an* mixed 10 lb.-.58c.:
tk.r ta big It nay IB avocado br 0' Iccereara on your Way hoean church 'form a naiad. The Florida 1 traits :
rawer el the large demand and the and **rv* ft with *akt.Nw mar b* combined ta almost any fable I IRISH O.I : : : 38c
smelt aupplyTh I ant not going t* attempt \0 I*, torts a. delicious fruit : ,
Ei"'It Apt'a+w lArty live exact rclpe *b.Caase I *h*.klb fhebell popper (bealde* Pining. .14140/
>apid growth and nary frutt- la tht<; portion. ol LAS old.faahlait.it e-J or sine tar a mnUk) ta fin / OUR MOTTO: 18 OUNCES TO A POUND t
*" make the t.rao ill valuable. addition cook who when shed about her aadrlohe What mother of Mhealchlldroa
t. every '.oryard, whets k Mno rake rtolp. laid: "Oh Jut tak aUtti. don alt. wish to leers of a FREE DELIVERY PHONE
.. an rnama.>t .. _It. Avradno ratar a4 a littl* butter Jeram ww naadwtckt My swan> mother UDKI 432t" .
( twf1 to bear narkolabl trait It together. and pon eggs sod, both tk. gr*.. sod th* red pepper* (
.H.ttIagd four *. hi Oita ....... OUID I
ywir after planttog. 80_ fruit tpeai ..v*. at two w rya. bas her fw v rlt* 011I.....n I stripping off thai thin outer okt... It 1
7ea1'a Within a fw year tbs a.r< wind recipe) and that caa k. -. .to Uil skis which make tilt pepper I'
{jIn+ ,11e. t ilrlllt"'?r.du4Se.oMRtu\ I prefer oil drcutaM .atpflCl1aJ// (Continued .. Pap Jl1a.) j

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COCONUT'S VALUE NOT APPRECIATED-- other .bread tat flat In oosapariaervCM I ''''''' I the flaking or Meeting; from the
....... C Wilen over-ripe oranges w
entree the bread will wet key HINTS TO HOUSEWIVESOwn :JJn used. the amount of sugar mar b*
II', F U L L Y BY DADE COUNTY FOLK long when made wtth title milk aad 1.I.n. tler.aoh pound
; frequent baking an necweary Horn llesesrdewtboa HpnteU. rt9ah.eae.ge.trees reducmt to i U vm
SHOULD HAVE . . -- --------- ........ of fruit)
"COCONUT WALKS"By Chopped sad grated coconut to used nDun..u.. 9 ... aeevp0lrak aattptalntle

la cake and candy ae a substitute for ........isle ;;'pa.rt ng .;Juice: After tko peel 1 Vo the following ..........: 1tteaad
( Ruby l iach) HUtSV When 0"'...* have been cut '" half "M been nmeve. weigh the fruit or peeled. traperrvlt. I pintsme
"" and wiuerain It again before puttingIt CM a Machete and the ) ic* ***jaed Arm b.m orthe rut late *maJl an*.*. plan to a. tattle watar. 1 pound of eurar. 1-1 *f th.
The tact that ooeoauta her* are on to cook A. It cooks the oil Every Central American has his .jad or take ,
ihet pulp removed with a IVMB. a N- and for seek 1* oeeoSge peel eetlwtsd from the grpetr5t.
.M utlllMd to any treat extent and will.. com to the top and this I* 4''*. *. I* Honduras machete* e.rv. ......* martM>l*>d*> may b* ....> from add I Mew ., water. MH MM Mtk Pelts above dtrertlon fee rnaUa
the fact that *o few an grown prateftar ped *ff and put Into another ket- the danble purpose *f knife ud weapon What raaln ..ughly aWategre. Sour IM a sesf....... marmalade.AVOCADO .
little MHiU Florida appreciate. tie The dl., warn removed to boiled for thy an need eo generally Sar*. the ........ *C fruit IkU gift of the gods aln. .* that all the SMtoUr Is taken In .. DrMa ..
husking and the rind end the mambranoti akin *r Juto MM M M la* MIOIIA AfPHARContinued
Why aren't they grown abundantly away. aad the puns oH to left ttaMand I' cues are. always. Jules acala through a *..... ,*,M.
rag From Pare Went)
fer iu. and for beauty Central fragrant promptu ..--.1 Put the peel' through a rood chopper Jelly' bag -'-t imialnc.Maklnt \ \ 'IndlfMtlM( for some p ol4*. Thee
and north Florida would five anything The coconut to about 70 per cent oil Vmerioan wayfarer. add twte
and t* the chopped peel '
coconut Ufeea th* MamalaM: Pour thistutee arc prattr' eaetoebue far pattisea.
for 1'hleverity
of the palm palm lit weight" In wafer Mid I taMMpeom *il* a kettle, add peel and bring well M for the MIMk bkfkMNow ,, .
mean everything
ot of lemon jUice for each cup of water to a. boIL Add IH paundnot sugar foroaa why net wV Tk* Loader U
I* the tropical bland and '''1 : need Let thto taad tee one hemp'. pwiad ., Irvlt Centtnue the e,etabltah the ankant trhkk 1 haV
continent far removed from otvtUuettoa f1 1 then add the Mm amount of wetr bolHnf until tI\. Jellying. point .... ...,....? I .houl4 like be see It
to the temperate one In MI1M
.the. many : 1.i u originally take and kali gentlyfor been waabed, wheel I* iadluMiil he tried eat WouMnt yottt
la the
of place
out way tropic <,,. 'three minute. and Mil
rooonut palm.>meaii food drink .....- < .. aside ta cool. When cooled. prM:
ter. household neoeultlo*. .... when. through' a Jelly bag to a taet the'I i 111111I111111I11I111111111I11111I1111I11I11111I lit llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllliniHI
Bold In foreign port, they mean money juice. Keep halt of this grvand peel $
The coconut walk provide the I ': \ to add lattr to the bolllnr Julo 'TM'
only avallahle mean for the natlwat for pestle) and add Moh aa amountof i SATURDAY SPECIALS !
earn a living and the coconut pro wear a* the tt Indicate la needed. = =
pared *"+ various' way, ooiutltut a I Wring to a boll add hair of the ground
large part ot tbejr diet. peel and cook until the Jellying .point
I fin discovered the Wonderful.aeMel U reached. I BROWN HOUSE GROCERY I I Ib
coconut last mummer la Bonacco) I Bmir-Orantc Marmalade
an Inland naak Spanish Honduras Use the following aub t.n ..: 1 5I
where the native* either owned e*- I pound of peeled tour' oranges" 1 pint.
tensive coconut walk," or were employed or water. 1cr the peel removed 15 CANS OVERSEA PEAS OR (
by.own., and the amount ot from the orange t W pound of vugar I $1.00 I
cash that circulated In that town de- I Preparing the Peel l: Wa h fruit I rv CORN . . . . . .
p.nd.d mostly upbn the demand foi move and discard two-thlrdi of DM!: 5
24-lbs. G.
1 AfT
In foreign .. .
coconut ports i reserving the third freett (rom bl rol
1' We Danaocan hope the American l-h: with a knll remove any "''am.- . . . . . DJL.UO I
public will 'learn more way of us- lakes that may be on the peel.l Cut
hug coconuts," a young man there Mid Coconut Palm al ong BlMayn Bay this pl In a* thin slices a* poo Iblt. z 1 FLOULORPILLSBURY5,\ / 60 n
1* me "Two jrear ago we received Place In a kettle and add water tour : . . i
t<. c thousand for them but the price time la weight" to that .( the pent
That b why: It i 18 such C valuable com unstrap hit machete, chop off the -
tiu fallen to lilt*. partly because merclal product. top of a young coconut and drink tits Doll It minute then drain, repeating 6-lbs. G. M. OR'PILLSBURY'S. 30c

of the imasti of Qermoa and Runlanflnanoea At Roam Spanish Honduras, Iwhited delicious "coconut milk." ; three to live times, each. Urn allowing 3 FLOUR . . : . . . . I
which 'left America a. the the water to boll I minute. Fel .
a "coconut hou**" where poor Th husks *f coconut are raved be.
sell market And the American market was made and shipped to foreign manufacturers cause they yield colr-fibre which to Mould b* exceedingly tender All bit* I 10 CANS MILK, $115

1* flooded already with nut frank ot soap, oils and artificial und la making rope, textile fabric, "tor taste may be removed by changing 3 LARGE . . . . . .
the Philippine and the British' Went butter brushes, matting Muffing for mat the water a ufflclnt number of I
Indie. W* couldn't sell our crop this Do yon know what "cop,." la T It u-ratw and] cushions broom., eta lime. I 12 CANS MILK 72

year, "and money on the !Island b i.. the Hnshelled coconut dried' for The fibrous part of the trunk of i SMALL . .. .. . . . C ; I
1ICaI'C' I U dsya Th drying prooea causes In* coconut tree may be separated by built over th* *ea. I* built oa pllo "
Nat Lied I In the Horn i It to curl at tits edges, and leave It beating It t I. used In mat, rope* made of coconut trot ""ak.. Each I Mb LARGE 20

Tha various way that coconut can :!almoit) pure oil Captain Hunter of and net. The leave are often woven house Hand on Its own let, to to 3 PRUNES . . . . . . C
be used In the horn, for food was 'the Roatan coconut company dried Into baiketa, mat and roofing material peak and then. leg* ,are coconut a
K a revelation to m*. The oil 1* vied the kernel 'by leaving them upside Th bark of the tree. when palm trunk. I 1 PACKAGE .

F a* a delicious lubstltute/for butter, I down on chicken wire table lie keep broken, give a Juice that turn Into large Persona In places this about section their who home bar CHIPSO ... ... . . . . 10c I I.
)rd and fJayorilSllQed plantain the perfect dried halt-kernel for lie an alcohol beverage after It has been open .
dropped la a kettle of boiling coconut cream dishes' and has coconut kM left tw* hour It to called palm win. and a track of land beyond. could 1y I I 6 BARS P & G '
oil turn to a lovely I delicate cream served In them Captain Hunter and by fermentation and aUtIllation make a. paradise of it by planting ci>- 25c
i I
brown and gains a nutty flavor Breadfruit ha charge of extensive coconut can be converted Into vlneganThe roost walk beyond their lawn. Oral* i SOAP ., ; t. . . : . .

fried In coconut oil. or nushtd garden owned by a famou fruit shells of the coconut are converted ly, amooth walk below many rowsof i 10-lba IRISH .. '
and flavored with It, la the last word Into button by some manufacturer tall rakish coconut palms. That .. 40c i .
f fn the way of a delicacy and combine companyRpnakfauj. of Ice Cream *, and are pollnhed and used for provide a tropical landscape beyond | POTATOES .,' . .. . .,". . =
all the flavor of pecans, honey and The best variety of Ice cream. 1 goblets During the war carbon for e sweep of lawn Dad County should. MAXWELL +
)' batter, except htat It l.n'C sweet Ilk. think, b coconut Ice cream It k gas m.... was mad from thai hells. hav more coconut gardens 3 /3Lb 5
,lioney. Bread, mad of coconut milk made of jelly or Immature coconut The coconut'tree wmetlm reach Of course the Royal Palm wilt al 1 COFFEE . . . . . .
squeezed from coconut kernel pulp I I. Just try It once) The people In Key over to ft In height and It thrive way be preferred for bordering
Uellclou when spread with coconut Welt have known this. trick a longtime best near the tea: Each tree yield treot and public walk, elno the co- I CANS 55 i

oil Instead of butter ftn avenge of 10 Dub a year. It b ronut palm grew crooked. But far | TOMATOES . .. . ... . C =
How 00 1s Hade Milk I'ted In nrrad aid. private property, when planted In : y
t Coconut ell to mad. by grating. the The milk, lIque..d from coconut On can truthfully say that ties coconut groves and cluster and even Individually | THESE PRICES ARE FOR CASH ONLY 1 1siiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiii
unshelled coconuts, squeeilng the pulp b used In mixing bread and cake. palm I* the very foundation ot there' nothing that can thrill E
liquid out, leaving the pulp over night and give It a flavor that make the Bohaccan home. For Bonacea, the soul like a. **a blown picturesque
coconut palm tree! iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniffi .:.j

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SPECIALS .FOR, SATURDAY, Homestead, Florida Phone. 7G-I0 l

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SUGAR, Sc N. B. C. ,
: : $1 05 05c ;
: ,(j l s.1I'. . CRACKERS J. : .' \ '
I 1. f : l t{{ ) 'I"\'J'

;' RICE,,y hole $1.00 5 CANS GOOD 75't PINEAPPLE No. 2 SHREDDED .

lJ't int.Ilbs.. SWEET CORN. C 25 1 2C
"'e 2 -lbs. G. M. or $1.10 6 LAnGE PKGS. LT. j ,J.' "

10 TALL CANS $1.15 No.2. . .. . .. BRAN. . .".. .. 17c


MILK $1.0'0 PACKAGE. . . C ,,4..10c
lOc : j :Flli\KE ; : .:

00 5 CANS .w .er -

\ Sea peas or corn. LARGE PEAS .C POST '
2 LOAVES "'Kb ... '-

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55 C CAN ; ; ? : a-
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t LARGE PRUNES, 20c20c TOMATOES . . 55c ft "
l lbs. IRISH' ,. ,
y l -lbs. GOOD -
., .40 C POUND . . 40I
6 CANS OVER-SEA OKrt : roo
(: 10-lbs. GOOD 55cFIGS, I CORN . ... ., ii/OC r"1" (
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APPLES. . ; J. ;o POuNDS : 1

MAXWELL HOUSE I 2-1bsLIMA APPLES; .''t 4f._'t'oH 55'C

j t| LargeBEANS- 25 C COFFEE, Ib. . 36 C BEANS . . .. 25c ,

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1o : c
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t t : WE CARRY a full line of WESTERN MEATS. I ,. .': : : ': .:)" .
; .('ltf% 14 POUNDS d*1 A A ROLLED OATS,
"t.,Fruits and vegetables fresh every day. I RICE.. .. . . 3)1.UU PACKAGE. C ,

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,:I.. m.+iletcewSrw. Jtf" r .."rf"'r r11.",.,.,r,.+6" rug{.,?yAsa, . .

Ten THE HOMESTEAD LEADER November 15, 1923

'- I [
....., eokeol at I p. w.: preeehlep
errrlco at 7:10: p. m.
D,. IiHaman nontlnu his mHtI. -
I I F crhe Churches I ID,. at the Naranja churen thlo week
and am There will be no nuttingMalurday
night but with that exception -
they will oontlau uolnterrupted
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D.API'IIn' I Hk Safe.' and. .Tko fowr PhllaaUiropM The aaitreae .. Monday fight laeoounemoratioa ....
IkO Rev C. M Walker, paetarlunoay follow Thou will help at Aimlotlo Day was
school at (:U .. av, A. J.; you If yon eM thwn loatarkablo, and no ooo at. there !
Drew. auperintoMiont, DMMMng at: "__bar tko basear gad ...... OM bo made to proeialo how laiereotlng >
U a. ... and 7:1.: p. m. .. T. P.1). M bo hold Saturday. Umwhui 1. and Instructive It wet f I Ir
.... Dr 141._'. talks on the ChrleUaBUe
at 11.0 p. m.. 11. R K. BtwardapreaMent I Florida City Community ObWbTho -
: an benoftalat. and at ho leas aot
R... O. U Froomaa paMor Suaday ,
of the morning sermon: talked ogmao, then baa bean nothing
Subject .
aobool at It Do. 0. W. Woldrtuk. -
World. et the afternoon MM that any earned Chrletiaa oouU
...*.4aoMl.ntt proaohlnc at 11
Cenuaadmeat In object to of what ever sans or order
The Ninth
sermon: ... T t. n.lUdtoMf .
a. Md ; p. ....
Modem Ufe." a mere have asked for prayers
Th Rov John R. Hoch that they might. enter a bettor oiparienoo. >
CHURCH or cniuar paotor Preaching services at f:It- Whether your purpooo la
Sunday Mhool at H-IO, MlM BtellaVjwrnor to be benofltted or entertained, you
Corner of Flo avenue and >f>n* f
ouporintondenti BpwortbMatiM ] cannot do better than to attend thetemoetlngi. The Beauty
.Ueet Plblo etudlee 1*!' a. ,BM at 7 P, m. o
1 reaching at 11 a. mad aommualoa Loam at 0:10: p. m. The Sunday achool will bo held at
at 11:In. Leooona directed by Elder The aubjrat of the sermon will bit the usual hour. 0
Alento MeKwearianai "Oonrtaat Triumph." t. and
Service at school auditorium CUr.-Th Ro. A. a Tanp"to The Chunk of Spiritual Science will Comfort of
I Mowry, paator. Sunday school Mif n". ,. Sunday aohool at 1* a. hold service In Odd rollowi* Hall
a. n, U. Gi Murphy, euperlnt.ndent m.. Fred W. Csrt.R euperintend.ntipreaching Sunday evening. There will bo a
.... lympoolum at I:It and regular see
: preaching lervtoea at tl a. at II a. m. and f:It p, m. Your Home
and T:10 p, m.. young peopled meeting The 1t. Thompson of Miami who vices at T:It.
Sunday evening at T:It Subject!
at flU: p. m. preached Jut Sunday evening will
Cottage prayer meeting every Wedaeeday preach again sect BundayIVflnnlnf Tho Lost Key" There will be no
evening at 7100.EPISCOPAL. Monday tbtr will bo .*.. II/III.OIIonl the regular meetIng .
vice every evening at T o'clock. The depends largely upon the store from which you
,-, Roy Thompson will five hit _II.
... .Julw'e-The J\n. Dr. O rJackeon tanoiPrayan. I make your furniture selection. :
,..,tor. Sunday school very for the revival are roejnrct-- ;
Sunday a: |* a, m. II.... Lee Lehman, .. and tvtryono to Invited to attend
luperlntandentl church service every
Sunday it 11 a. m| eommunlon ..,.10. METHODIST, tIOt1TJI bde YwWrd eato r We are in readiness at all times to assist our patronsand
The lat Sunday of each month at II Homo.l ad.-Th. R... J. O. StradIt -
.. m. /, pactor Sunday school at It a. our patrons-to-be to make their selections from
There will. ba no evening Mrvlc* nu J. U Huptoa mperlatondent.preaohlnc I
lit fK.,,Johns MnUI further nolle H 11 a. ... and T;It p. m., our exclusive line of high grade furnishings.
Strangers always welcome. I Lpworth Loa aa'at T:.t p. m. '
Morning orlhipi sermon by the '
J,1JTHEJUI' presiding elder, Her. C. Fred Blackburn
... Johi's, RecJIaail The! Rev. a : anthem: "Holy Holy. Holy,' I
Kinsman, paator. ..rvt_ at I p. n.la lIvening :::7Io;Aide I to the Royal. I
Eaglloh: the oeoond Sunday .f sash Ufe"; : Down the Val.ley"Mrs. THE '
month la German th. .last Sunday l Ralph Perkins, Mra Ivan Putting Life GULF STATEFURNITURE :
,Uoeer, M... J. B Carlo. and Mra, K.U .:
MKTIIOOIST riHCOPAI Beaaler I In Old ShoesWe
Epworth League topic: "Hew' Can 1
The White Mono HomMttad-Th*
tto. Job* Jlooh, paMor Sunday Discover My Place! '" Leader, Miss will take your old ancj CO. .. '
fohool at 10 a. m.. Cap C. 8, Hough Mottle Loin Theua dilapidated/ eho o.- m a k o .:
Conferencewill them and serviceable ,
service The fourth Quarterly strong
lupcrtattndeott preaching
jat Sunday at I o'clock. again Do away with waite
11 a. m. and 7:50: p. ml; Kpwortbl I, let ue repair. your old ahota.Dont .
at 7:10.
Prayer meeting Wedneedaye :
l at (41 p. m. throw them away '
i Bubjc! of morning sermon I "Con- Silver Palnv-The It... T. W.Whit- whoa, Ihey can be made .' Complete Furnishers of Modern and Attractive Homes!
plant Triumph", of evening sermon worth paetor. Junior League at I a. ai good ao new '
'The Companloii. of Je u ." m, Miss Mary Ella Whitworth euperlnUnitenti ,.: ..
We work while wait
The Friday evening picture program Sunday school at 10 a. you .
includes "Hilly gunday i nut Friday ra" 11:. H Kelly, superintendent) Senior KROME AVENUE HOMESTEAD. FLA. '
"M oderA Martyr" 'League at t;10 p. nu Miss Gladys BURTON'SSHOE .
Ilrflnnlnc the tint week of DOOT mlr Anderson president; church services "
we will have a higher .nul. and the tint and third Sunday of each SHOP PHONE 80
different typo or picture program month. 1i
rapcolally adapted for church work. Prayer meeting every Tuesday evenIng -
'Tho Passion Play wilt\ be the flrit at I p. m.MABANJA TelaphoneFiftyFifty
of these and will bt '.....n..eI with
.proper muilq. Tho Qraat Miracle." OOMMTNTTT CIITJItOB
dealing with th. rourrMtlon. For The Rev Dr Wnv. J. Carter paetor

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$4.69 Satin-faced crepe,. f."..',' .... .$ 7 I I :
4.00 all-silk Canton crepe 3.41 I 11
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2.75 silk altime crepe 2.15 .

275 all-silk crepe de chine .... 1.98 .,\, .
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2.50 satin and taffeta 1.98 every ,
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1.75 tub .' *.:', .. 1.39 .
ftf stvle or quality to save money.

2.25 wool, ratine .fin.,.. 1.79
I TI"I Special lot of good quality shirts with and without
1.50 linen ,. .. .v..., 1.27 1'' collar. Neat stripe and check patterns. Q*|
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1.25 crepe ratine .. ... .78
Big assortment of voiles, 47?to . 87 Big assortment of madras shirts with collar attach
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All imported ginghams priced 65c yard, now .42 Priced at . .. . . .
Good 32-in.:dress ginghams, 45c value, now":. ..25i Kirschbaum Good Clothes ALL MEN ARE BORN FREE AND EQUAL )

Jacquard novelty dress goods, beautiful FOR'. WEAR FOR STYLE. FOR COMFORT THEN SOME GET MARRIED but they all buy
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I 45c pebble cloth, yard .. .36 and sport models. Priced Fall Shirts and have priced them 10% to 20% lower

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pent ArmMIe lisp hi Haj **tea4. eel l t* Miami on Two**? to do some sgtvna/a. Sugar Lend O., Jlai.....- Lake MondayFriend v'avee on CVe avenue. r ""da)'.
J. R. D e\ItI, * .happingMm hue6 PS.. who I* apendlag tft* wintern of Mr J. M. Bobble will Mayer and Mra. B. H. Kdward. made0N Mr and Mrs W... Van Winkle .'hl
to In HoiMtMM lookJaf ***' **" Nettle M. Cooper and t***.* MteMAjprM. L Wtr U HeeMt ad be *el.hted to hear he It reooverenf ,,' Aft** Del Mar lent An.. Mr and ).I..... J If. e_,.... weiaMatanl
bunt new Inter***. II* .Se4 been In Cooper of Homestead and ... .... today IrViiiW> tntheiaetj dyer from tier recent Him**, I "pt'-", Mm Ill. .eostteLad fateh vtaitor JI'ritar.
Hor.no AMk. with hi* ;amUy the L. Pklllp and W. L. Cooper a* family this region and ha taken out a tl.. Mr. end Mr* J. H. Hancock and baby ly of H.me eaU aM MW' Ja qU 'll WM Daaele (Camnkell.. came down.
hut to! n>***M. w4 *KPct. to return at mack Point formed party honorary moMkenhlp la the RedlandrXetrtct Velm. wer*. the Sunday guests Edward. were fishing M the canal Min Miami .Prlda (* spend the weekend
there in a few: week to upend that motored to gunny hit for f pie, ., h another year After t.... Mr. Penis ule dinner Met Sunday.Edward W. B. Buawy I* ill at his home en Freddie, little' yen of Mr. a4 Mr.. and II... J. W. Oavaa WMI baby W. Campbell.
bop. to return t* Heimatiail with Fierce of M..., N. c.. lit,., at....&. I.. R Chapman, U III with mump Ronald of Miami, spent. Sunday Mn. George Oake entertained Mr.
Iff- b... family tad build. rooming house .ma a vlnltor In Homestead .land Hun- Mi* R. J. Shepherd of North Haven, night and Monday with Mr Caved ratlin of Miami tat Sunday' Mr..
on Flaftor .....$. Opposite the depot day. H* cam hr to *e* isle. former Conn., arrived at her home 01 Tenth parenta, Mr. and Mr J 8 ('a,.**. Cattle .la the president. of the Women'
f While In Homestead on this vlalt' hha .. teacher. Mir pearl AJ'II'' "'_. I IFLORIDA CITY ITEMS I Street Sunday the! mad She trip by Mr. and Mel M. O. Tracy, their Relief Carps, ef which. Mm Oake I*
F been clearing, the yard shout Mra. A. L. Kerrett and her little I boat via Key W... Her daughter. eon, Everett. gd daughter K\eb7t. a member. Mn, Catlln nut arrompanted -
I. iveral liue h* own. niece. June Hartman wore dinaer Joseph Kiln, hd hi* tonall and Miss' Alice Shepherd earn aeveralwerkoago. motored to Miami and saw the .p.ra4. by Mr. Catlin and Mr and M,eat
; G. A. pramuk. eblropraettr of Mlunl. gusts at the Qla a horn TkniDdaarjevening ede.oidd. remowd lest Thursday" at en Armistice! Day: They vMteil ha written The Leader that ho 31... F. M. Hunt' he.plta! 'In Homotrad. Mr. and Mrs Alfred French and baby. the afternoon with ,Wr, and M.. K Mr, and Mr*. Araie IJttli- Mrs. lena
will resume hi.. branch onto practice A. E Campbell and his. parent. Mr. Myrna, and W. I:. Moor of Miami A. Turner and family of Miami Woodbury and hip and 101..... George
;, In Homestead on Monday and !Mr*. F. A. Campbell went to Mr*. Fred Dnrdertck of Wed Pain were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mr and Mr*, Davis D. Look and Mr. (lake motored te Miami Thursday
Henry Brooker of Homestead and Miami Monday and spent the day With leach, who ha been the guest 'ot Mr*. J. A. ftovery. and Mr*. 8ydna Karri and children on buelneaa
the Rev. Mr. Tanner of Florida CUT M,'. and Mr.. C. W. Hill. The trip wan Mr. and Mr.. J. U. Kiln for tw. Charlea Clinton mad a bwrineai trip Preston and Flora ware lunchmngueaU I>r. 8. B Hlrman.! enpmlntendent
t tarted on an automobile trip to Ar. mAde In the Hudson eoarh whtoh. week, returned to her home on Tuee. to Miami Saturday. of Mayor and )I.... B. M Bdward ef the Miami latrM and his wll'.
y w radio on Monday Mr. Brooker we* A. E Campbell purohaagj from: da1RMr. Qt C .,..IIII.r Princeton WM a caller last Saturday. took dinner with Mr; aftii 'Mn. C a
accompanied by the .. \V <1l1chutt.! Ru. at th Garrett .om' luniley1 Hough Wdneda
Rev. Mr. Tanner Thompson Motor (0. last week. < > Halliday last Sunday.KtrH "AII/I/ was the picture h'C
3 ai far a. Lakeland' till horn town I* W. Summed, Jr., *pent the day nell 'anol "n. W. )( i Severy pent Sunday and I given" Jn the Community Church TUMeay Th Kpworth league will have. anodal C
C. H. Moffett e dud Plum a trok* In Miami Monday. :, \ lust fJa\.lar In-. Miami Monda with Miami ...I.tlI.r /"" .. evening by the! Hev. Hooh. otirom Friday evening M the J H. AI. .
of paralyil at t e' loch Tuesday. afternoon Mia Jimmie Crowley, wise I* a M,. and ...... t. H. Slmmone. M L.K. Well*. K. J. Rhode and Fells .*tad..Mr ("ollough home. The young folk see
at the home. of III* son John T. teacher In the Miami Khoole pent And Mr... Perry Shook and Mir M*. returned last Thunday from a *. Hattie Horde. spelt Tuesday preparing a play. under the efficient
)f orleU. He wa taken to the goat;: Saturday and Sunday In Homestead bel Dunn were chapping In Miami motor trip through central Florida, I In Miami and Hollywood direction of Mir. McVtckerTh ,
Graduate Hoapltal and wa reported with Mr and Mm. E. Z. Crowley. She Thuraday. They were especially impressed by the Mr. and Mra, Robert Oroe.b rh of Ladle' Aid I h meetingn >
u 4 today to be greatly Improved' i r,. returned M :Miami Monday, .acnomlianled Mr. and Mr Joseph Rusted, "'lot beautiful I..... and orange grove of Collinirwood, Ont arrived thus week I Wednesday. new to flnlah the man
MI. Margaret Atklneon of Way t crone, Georgia, la visiting Mr and Mew law, In their ear. llelr summer horn In Drlacoll. N. Di the city of Orlando. Mr. and Mr*. W, U Pan and .hiss en ale M their baaaar which will l Le
". II Ellrd. Mlai Atkinson I Ie Wr. Landon Carney pent Monday in arrived In Florida City Tuday. The* Mr. and Mr*. H, J. Brocket and C. A. mil of Chicago 111., were guests hold Deorniber T. In connection with
liird'i aleter Miami with an *ld fret brother, Mike motored through by way of WaahfIngton daughter Martha, of North Haven, at the Florida City bones TuMday.Hay tote| ) a uUtantlal. upper will\ be *..r\ .
Mr. and Mrs Brent Alford of rouillo "...an80n. where they visited a few dayi Coast. will eald for Key West In a P::. W: Hough of Miami w.a.| ....
villa K)'" and hire J. 8. Horton mo. J. E. MacDonald, proprietor of the They have purchased a grove In Lon few day. They *re expected to arrive a guest at .the Florida oily Houa Mr. and Mn. a P. Wright left in
lured to Miami Monday. Mr. and Mr*. Homeatead Bakery, woe a buvlnewvMtor view where they will ipend the win) et their Florida City home on WednenUy. their automobile Wednesday mornlnir I
Alford inane been Mopping at the to Miami Tuetday Mr*. MacDonald ,- lor. Eighth street In another week Mr.llrocket Mr. and Mr. W. K. Douglas' and : for .....klO lVlII. where they will attend
t Homestead Hotel the hut two week.. took her turn Wednesday and : Mr. and M.... I, O. Rhode anl contemplate the erection of ..... H. I. Tlpton of pad City aregueata the itata fair, They will b* m, t
Charles R. Kelly, driver of the MI.t' mad a trip to the Made. City.f their three children were the another ttouaa on one of hi* lot of Mr. and era J, 1L Dlion.Mra there by Mr. Wrlghfi brother W II
ami-Florida City bur for the Florida Mr. and Mr*, Qeorge Johnson and guests of Mr. Rhode uncle on Eighth street MOn after hi. ar Jtoucla I I. a Inter and Mr*. Wright front TUIIl"Io! Ala.. wli
Motor Transportation Co., Wee' able children, motored' to Fuiror4 fcnd vicinity Rhodes and family on Eighth rival. I Tlpton" a alone of M ra. Dlson. will accompany them -back t<> ill,"t .
to resume his work a abort lime ago on 'Monday. Mr. and Mr. D. D. Look ..undl The Woman a Foreign/ Mle lonry land t* spend. the winter II.ro.
after a long Illneie, buts noir III Mr. and Mr*. Jame Baker and baby and M... Sydney Harris and Society of Florida Oily meet at the Mr and Mrs William P. Turner "rMliml
again HI. horn U In Coconut moved Into the El Patio Apartments of Vineyard. Ma**., motored home of Mr. F C. Henn Tuesday af {RED LAND I and their Beet. MrarTarrlnI '
Urove.Mr Tuesday< They had been making rlda City Friday They mad ternoon. ..Comut* of Baltimore, were visitor,
n .. Sallie Hobbs, wh spends her their horn with M.... Maker' parent lu nine day*. Mr. and Mr*. Look M... ... O. Tracy was shopping and Mr* & C Hawley will b* hoMintc at the horn of Mnv George W. Tui
summer In Georgia with relative *, Mr, and ..... Loul price on their horn on Seventh *treet Th* vlnltlng friend In Miami Saturday.Mr. the Ladle1 Aid Society of the It....- nee\ lent Sunday
returned to Homestead and Yin remain Kory otreet. Harrt family I* located In the Droclf and 111,.. Loul Oabl and land Methodlut Episcopal Church at Dr. and Mr*. A. Fountain* (pent
her .11 winter. "'ra. Hoists li Dr. A. C. Whltford. soil| ehemUt et cottage on Eighth atreetJlr. daughter, Mia Olive Kennedy, Ml* lier home on Wednesday afternoon. Sunday and Monday In Silver Bluff '
the mother. of For.Hobb., and the for the /Jorlde i"} Hint CoantjKeitlllwrCompany'came and Mra. V. 0. Rehrer vMtel( Marlon Robertooo and R. N. Parker Mr. M. D. Tetter. entertained the a* the guest of Dr, and Mn. H, nay,
mother of the'(f.te'Mra, Charlie Bryant /down from'Miami on with Mr. Roh...'. parent. Mr. anHUra. l motored to Miami Saturday. .
Wednesday to attend to buiinea ..t J. f. Rohrer. ,lat Sunday: '. Mr. and Mrs F. C. Henn and eon '4 OO.OOO O tO.4 40444_,
", i Mr and Mn Jame A. T>auhertf) the local fertlllwr plant Mr. and Mr.. R r... Oranberry and Hilly, and Mra. B. F Collier pent
I pent Monday In .Mitral a* .ue.t*. of t at1 Field made'a quirk trip to on, R. L., and Mr. and Mr., F Mr. Daugherty aunt )fro. Charlotte Miamf Monday. '-"" tlvnn and son, BUly, Heglnold Qrenhrrry motored to Danla, for dinner and had Exceptional Values in Real Estate |
Albury.Mr Mr. and Mrs Mervin Russell of Miami and Mr and Mn a F, Collier a moat enjoyable trip.
and ..... J D. Redd Motored were guenu of Mr. and hire 000. enjoyed a plonlo dinner and fish fry Mr. and Mr. H. H. .,h.lle.1.nd 4
:: Tuesday to Miami where, Mr. Iledd attended Johnson Sunday. Monday at Mr. Oranberry'. new packIng Mr, J.. K. Scott were hopping In are available now in Homestead and the Redland District ,
a meeting of the Board of It L. Moeer I II Improving graduallyfrom house on the Florida City Canal' Miami Maaday. 5:
County CommlMloner a severe (line** of several week Ray Ooodlng and John Becker motored Mr. and M... II. F. Potter and Mrs For further Information Inquire of X
.... and Mr*. Frank Child. wr to Cap Sable Tuenday.Ula Ponmond spent Baturday In Miami
W U. Bradley made a trip to Miami 1. :S
builnea visitor to Miami on Tu."day. Annabel Lochrle, principal atthe The "null) Corner" would be an
.... and Mrs Frank Hue will entertain Wednesday afternoon.Mrs. Larkin' achool, pent Armlitlen appropriate name for the Florida H. A Cameron Homestead Florida | i ,
0 Char Lawaon will arrive! Day with her parent, Mr. and MraWm. City Filling Station then daya
the 100 Club at heir home from Thomaxvllle Georgia. to join her Lochrl. Little Louts Oodwln of Miami I M ,
\ Friday nightMr husband who recently entered the Cbar!... Jones and family of Horn*. .vpected to spend the week-end with :$
,. : *. B. H. Blnar, Mr*. O. t. Hooker employ .f the Homestead< Bakery. stead and Mr and Mr* J. O. Moon sfit.Rdiri964 4.4 Yriri'4.444btP U &*o 40664ing44. vyI'i .

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: of the eighth Brad add Eugene school auditorium Monday night Gladys Croft has entered the fr. h.I Monday
I What's Doing at School l Allen of the first grade Reginald man clas of the Homestead high 1' I'r I
Cranberry Is a new pupil In the Florida WeUeeiMconnra.y anrlrty school i It costs leer to keep well" than It
City school. The Wcusandcompany gave th. following Rita Fitch kathryn Drew and Al does to get well."-En.
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The freshman bop defeated th. Th. eighth grads jflrlt bop to bees The Adelphlan Literary Society gave BangDreaming"-four girls.
eighth grade soy* In a ganis of banket a (rood team of player befor lon(. an Armistice Day program *n Friday Devotional exercises. -M r a, R. L n
ball on Thursday afternoon The nor TL.. player from this trade ari, Fl- afternoon It Included the following Btephenson.
was it to I. liD Campbell Ruth Mowry, Ruby Bhu- feature.! Reading, "Th City Girl"-Frances
Icr, Claudia )lrE_... Loin Bryant Uavotlonal *xercl ea-L. E. Bennett. ITmphrcy KING UNDERTAKING CO.
The filth atad boy* of Homestead Marguerite You, Mary Elisabeth Hong "merle.-th. school Jokes--Billy C aterlill. i
defeated thi fifth grade boy of the Krome Catherin Smith Mabel Rob History Lesson on the World War- Heading "Bergeant Janper"-gt, Elmo
Median Farm Ufa school In a tam uriwn and Onrendolyn HlnerIrhH Louis Wallam. Toung
.baseball J....litay afternoon Th b Offered .. Miami Homestead
of ) "Our Tart In the World War1-Lll Song-eeventb *.
cora va IS t. I. Till Homestead A smell round baa-relief of Abraham Han Drown
Una'u> waai: Teddy Thomas, eatehei, I Lincoln hit.* been offered to the Song "Keep the Horn Fire Burning" Alleen Mill was absent from school i
Hoy Futhuff, pitchers Wtlmcr Hit- senior In every high school In America eighth grade flrls' Wednesday afternoon and Thursday on
trunk, tint baM, Jallaa Carmichael who write a better sissy on Mur..f "In Flanders Fields" and "America* ccount of her II"line... Eileen I
second baa: Dexter Horn, third ban.: Abraham Lincoln" than any other Aaswr"-Mildred Edwards and UNDERTAKERS EMBALMERSAND
Milton McUarrab, right Held. : Fred member of that class Of course. the Louis Wallam : ,
'Uoffott left flHilt Kobla Holland, rfil- Homestead and Farm Life Schools will Song "Tenting To-NI.IIt"-the school FLORIDA EAST COAST
t.r held I, and Ed Prooker ihort atop have a chance to compete with other noement-PrinOIP"1 L. E. RAILWAY .
high choli In the country The nett. Plaster Bynetn FUNERAL DIRECTORS
Th. rlrta hv baea pra ticln, bao prIM will fcei 'offrd to each senior Pantomime 'Columbia the Ben-I i CONDENSED SCHEDULES :
bet ball tbta week tinder the, _ell; W** each year and will be displayedIn the Ocean"-Mildred Campbell For Further 'Informatloa See The '
/ln( of Principal Ilonnntt. Th. P.rrtn. a Jewelrjr store before It I I. presented Hong'-Mrs" Myrtle. Brodie. I Ticket Agent for South Dade
Ctrl want to play a. cam with the to the pulse winner on I,Incoln : DFPARTUnES. FROX HOVE /
eighth ,",d. girls, and Mr. lUnnett ', birthday anniversary, February L. 1'':. neanett. principal of the STEADEffective
will give hl, prrmlMlon for IhU *41.1 II It I I. offered by the Illlnole Watch Homestead school h.. auggested that June llth lli.
the girls have practiced I on cor. 'The Company of flprlncflold.' III. The study period b* added to th* regularsession. I I I. M Coaches$OC'IIIROCNDNo and filnppnrs I:M a.....! K. F. CAIlTUt Manager Homntraxl Branch
prlrti from the four .r..... of the highschool modeling wa don by a welt known It would come at the end of No.IT Coat hr. *. Parlor ear 1:011 p.....
will most won to arr r.. fur American arvlptor\ Charles. L. Hln the afternoon .session from I:II to 4 I NOHTHBOtSP .
a tourniuiieiit It I I.rumored that they ton II''is a reproduction. *f a paint. clock and would be attended fort I No. IS Coarhe *. Prior Car I 01 p.m. Office In Odd Fello...' Building,
will play: a tams with Coconut drove leg by \olk a week by those whosa average wan No M (XMM.hr and fctoepers II:8* p.... :,
hut thl* report. .hai not been made of. flew' Pupils below 11 In on. .* more studies for 1 D RAHXUt k
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was created to provide closed car comforts at owners are proud o{ it. It hat a simple and fJ
little more than open car cost. sturdy beauty. There ii ample'' and comfort- .j
.;'.I /" f 1, '\ ; I CM carl, on. IUlh.d cbtll'L were too able :rumbling acefor noises assengere absent'. Doors .,
t for Body are totally I I ) ) ,
costly buyrn.
p most M a revolutionary ,ndwilld<, lrn8hlfitlins. ,
thing! was done.
,., .J,' ,..-lItlllm. '''.' 01" .. .I .' An entirely new closed body design,that slimThe Coach is built for aervice. On either theinatedalltheoldcostlymanufacturingmethode ''f
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car was 4
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Bpeciaigg# on Starting and Ignition Systems: L1i1rflI

fir'. Heopalrs on all kinds of Electrical Appliances

Cars Are Gaining<< ( From Pats One) I
rtorMa Me etare4 a II.**.._ pro I !
In Popularity With
rrera Of rebuilding sad linpreivlBCnorthern
BATTERIES RECHARGED General Public porUoa of Mir road TM
IN 6 TO 8 HOURS program maka. *.m0 short ........1

fcf the t"nNllt Potential Rvrhu-flnc *,"em. RwemmWIdH. fcfkadlna 80 tar ._ automobile Brio** 4e. -.,. But tae dMexu Me allcarefully
marked and underthe
; battery mant&Alturen.I elte4 hid* the peak of till, and to workmen
direction ef the Mate
highwayboard I"
tar have cnatrwtl method
are keeping them In
that In a urprlalii numbrrf
: _. eendltloa at all time at state expeller I
1nlla It It now OIIIIIble te buy
: I Authorized Exfde'Sales 'I a tlve.puMDfFr closed tar tor I_,I for the benottt ef the moterM drlv
and log Into Plorlda. -
i iM4 motor than a standard taurlnf ear A detailed deocrlptlo .. given at ,
at th. same yaks Mid seating capacityN
'h-... '.row" .. at that time.While follow: Jackeonvtllej t* m. Aur.-
\ tine. 41 mile. ef brick od In geed.
..... tUofQ. MoWI\Vpl. I r '!., i> 7AC6BeEN., ProM"i.toron. lined from touring to to oar 40 priori per ont bays during tie- i condition, no ...touN; tt. Aufunlnr r ; !
Mock! west Bank of Homestead I to Mantlnia, HI mH. ef brick road
tol-10 the pant three yearn the developmentIn Four-Door Sedan
Iin food condition. no detour; H.. :
cloned body construction hat been
linn to BunmN, II mite of brick road I '
veil more Influential In reducing the Iin Interior Features I
rood eondltlua no detour: Bunnrllt ,
com to the eoniumer of the dosed
Daytona, '1.' mile, f mile. brtc*.
product A corf attractive Interior ha been I
remainder ahell. some detour malotain.d
Aa outstanding example le that of chlevedinthcForJ- Sedan.Biowickxh .

Try The Leader for I the Huron coach Mated at IIITI at Hmyrna,by II state..II...: oiled Daytona road U fins eon Now upholstery, olt brown ; s\

u Quality Job Printing Detroit ear whereat built the In 111 oemnpondingtouring told for dltlon New Imyrna to TUu.ville, .... with a lightly darker atrlpa,hnnon-
I mile. concrete aid relit shell poaelbledvtour with the lighter chide In the)
tSIO This nprrasnt a reductionof X685b"
*maintained by wale: Tttuavlliet liningOrnamental
more than 4s per seat a* twtvoenthe
Cocoa, n.' mllea, tl mile.
under .
Interior fittlnf *r*
b open car price then and the clue.e. y.a a.oma
construction one half completed. d* finished in nickel 1
: oar price now Another eomparieon Tea _At
mad on the same ba ls, show.Eren tour poaalble: Cocoa to Melbourne, :,= Doom are medial OlIO wild Wet ofr.oe.ee0.
Ltd mllea, new construction old road e
at about i" per cent ., h.evyduminumverylight.ndetrong i
maintained by state, poexlbl detour
It won't be lone now before) the
Melbourne u Fort Pierce, II mile
rejoice run of cart will be encloewlon HARRIS MOTOR CO.
.. deduced Gordon ThompsonHudmnEawx hell road mdrfoln construction and
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distributor veetfrdayOther :
food condition, no detour: Fort --J
:: men have aid that the enclosed -
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+. car le the automobile et the
baaed, oiled macadam In food
I" future but we are lust now coming
condition: West Palm Beach to Fort
tj the period when there la aom.t"'nrmore "
Lauderdale. 41 T mile rock baled. oil.
than talk on the nubjoctThe '
rj macadam In perfect condition Ft.
Huron factory, fa now turningout Lauderdalo to Miami' Beach .... miles I CAR.S TRUCKS TRACTORS l
8upr-8lxw faster than over before
rock based oiled macadam In perfect \
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an oport ear price are now at
the. very top of their popularity i I
EVERY DROP FILTERED, SURE-FIRING AND There te no Inherent reason why I= 'i.
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ECONOMICAL open on..x..p' that many of
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TIRES, TUBES, ACCESSORIES::; Specialties and not aa atandard goods.'Th.t Service 1.1
iltuatlon will have to be ravened I Prompt
The Industry will have to produce
10 to 15 per cent reduction on all Hood tires enclosed. can an IU utility. everyday
vehicle and make the open can

Homestead Filling Station u comre Naturally aptclaltle general when, the enclosed that practice ran will be-I I Modern I

Mil a* low are, or even lower than the. Equipment e I;
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John B. Tower, M. D. W. H. COMBS CO. By John Moffett Brick Stoat and Tile Work Ilomestcd .'. Florida City
Tveeday November t*. will be theoponhag the core*. They will fIM. everything ,
X-Ray Treatment rraciut I DIRECTOR* W tin quail ......*. On ihfa I' the time the am. gfrovt until I Pluses uu
.day awl ta* MMMMkttag day emil beataped. get about a belt lash l"g, And i
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13.335. B. NAN. Pb..7311Albert .. the wood around Homestead II'"* bloom eeeme te be thou tan.VYedesert. ;
I will b* Invaded by Nlmrod goat an :
Mimrode bad.Fqulpp.d I Thor are a lot of quail throughout 1
A. W. JONES Tower Summers M.D. with a hunter. llcenee, this country that clay In the hammock -
a box of ahll a gee end .. alleged *. Then II no chance to get but For Phone ,
Piano Tuner and Repairei DIMM .. E,.. Ear. NM.*4.Tamtl bird doff. many local eporUunen will one I shot at the hammock blrdi, a* Good SIGNS m P F MANLEY 108-2
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AaMh yu M- T. 421..lUalw. tt-o HI&.I,H* they go Into the thick growth
Charge Rcaeonahl Boon'n 1 M............ Pew.7311. avocado and the atnuMpher will b hot No i May then' I'pon one octeaalon ) tr
FLORIDA CITY. FLORIDA doubt enough almoephert vent Into a hammock after a covey
la win a email war Enough quail end my dog and myself killed sevens : r
will be mlwed to feed a email army. ten bird III a email ipao. Fifteen <
Dr. Major Schofield and .aoua-h fruit will be Jilt to make these were raoetcra and they were. J- & L. Cleaners: : & Prcsscrs:
DENTIST' any trove owner ae tore a* a boll tugk that we had to cook them tll..1'1
rev of the trove owner throughout could
time before the dog gnaw
Graduate Veterinarian Specialty of Extraction and the Redland Utatrlct have any Imprewioa tn them. I DYEING AND ALTE1UTIONSPHOE
Orthodontia particularly ntlmental feeling their Called for and Delivered 110m..*.....'. }1a.
I&W. Third Street PJion ITI It I* a well known fact that quail ems Clothe
,.**.4t74 .... Citemt BIHI, hearu for quail but they d* object will run to rooKtenr unle_ they are
to having their grovee peppered with killed oft _ulon.n,. Too manyroosters
bird ehot. There are plenty of food do not tend to product too ; I Ii'f
CHIROPRACTIC 1 FLORIDA DENTISTS ... to hunt la the pin wood, many bird. by any mean Anybody
and plenty of birde and rabbit. who ever ralaed chicken* know that ; PLUMBING THAT STAYS PLUMB
Shlropraotla 1s phllotophy lots some ot our people do> not think .
enoe and Art of thing Natural hi. flock will run to rootr a P
a lyttetn of ftdjuetlng the artlo- I "Paintest" that anybody ihoutd ever kill a quail. rule. I* mating naeon I bars noesne I will do It.. I;
nlatlon of the spinal aolumn.b But they will pals a ewartn of cat, many a* ft.'n' '
i hand only, for the correctionof I We cater to those who tad not houne eat will annihilatemore around one femal quail 'U Grant FRED GIDLOF
the caua of dlevaee.DR. bird In a year than th* law allow '
cannot afford to hung around Richmond. No bird ca.
;, E. A. PRAMUKpalmer pay' a hunter to kill In ten. I have nine a family with all of that atteeLion. 1 bare been hero from the eturt and will be b.rq to tho Hnliih. "
I high prices for rood dentotrjr.
Graduate found hou e eat. with neat the hurbunineee
She u.n't keep her mind on *
1 I' wood. bedded In feather t..ypr, with the aamo eervkc.
Momlaj, ttnliiTMlajrmid Friday a It were.Then
I bird thl In.
earning from I to t. N. variety of In country I. no reason In the world whya
J12 Miami Ape.
eluding olllek.n.1thln. a few dayeI
I hunter may not have a good days
I Harm Illilic HnmnteaJ, 11a. )Miami Florida killed tw tnl.on. cat while huntingon IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIirilllllllllllllllllllllllliI
the out klrt of llomentead Flgurae ''J'Ji
I edge of the big glade and la the outlying I
M nine year of bad luck for each
country there are hundred *f S Si
eat. and not being Methueelah. anybody ovlee of quail. I walked away from I HOMESTEAD STEAM LAUNDRY
E. P. ROBERTS can easily understand why I my hoes In Homestead one day 'latelytraloing
R. B. SCHAUERN I don't monkey with a punoh board a puppy and found seven i

Antl-quail-ihcotlng propaganda and rovlee before I had gone a mil*. Isaw I Flat Work and Rough Dry 3f !
i Attorney at Laws bird ..nci narr eentiment are not with
a covey of bird. try to fly _
Attorney at Law out eupporteri In the Redland DUtrlct '
through the couth wall of the city
General practice to by any refrain mean from On hooting man Invited any quailon mi hall In Homestead one day Thin I f Only 8 cents a pound for 20 pounds or over. | 'f

SpecialliinJ ia Land Till Law I hi. place explaining that they were illdn building notice I* whit the sign and on they the jail evidently Keep i Less than 20 pounds 10 cents a pound. |
Me During the ensuing. chat
i <'ill_.' Rank Building with him he Aid that he occMlonaly Out. A email boy picked up threenf !B Satitfaction Guanntnd. If un hu or spoil.vtklng NW pan for It
Second Floor Home Bldf.OLIVINE th..n-th. lulclde trying to z
killed few of the bird to eat That.
11_....... florid. i Ilomeetrad, Florida one way a to treat a pet Recently I break Into Jail. ; lllllllMHIIIMIIIIIIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllMllllllimi mummlIummIPtn?:; i
Hunter who keep out of the grove :
noticed a few editorial line In onu %iiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiWiTIiiiiiiniiiii iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiTiTriiuI l
and reipeet other folk" property can
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of the Miami newspapers saying In.rr..t ha\. a tine day'* sport In thla country : j
that It'* a shame to kill quit
APARTMENTS OR HOUSES I.catue Homebody idled one with lit any day In th* eeaaon.iOOO I E. C. ALBRECHT |i t

McEWEN FOR KENT OR FOR BALK weed wed In hi* craw The weed *eed'Ntre .
I By the owner In the quell. craw-not the kit < ADVUITIMNG
I HARTFORD I frL. \n; IfUR lera I don't know what the weeded "Tou soy you com from Detroit \ Agent for fertilizers and all kinds of spraying | f
I Prop. of EI Patio Apartment.Bowea's .. market I.. but I have killed quail aid the doctor to hie fellow traveler! materials
I FIRE INSURANCE with approximately a hamper of IT.tobrane that. where they make automobile. \ | I

l'ublh' nagrnpher, want. to In keep his I hm.nentlmental and If about anybody protecting lent"Burnt It?" replied the American, with | Spraying and fertilizing done by contract | i iI

:2 Wary I'ublk Barber Shop 1 quail on* of the essential Ihln,. tome reneutment; "we make other
i he will rave U do I* keep out ot the !
thing In
P'Irst-olae. work guaranteed 111 Detroit too I TELEPHONE 48 | I
bean raining bulne becauee a covey Tea, I know retorted the doctor;
Nmlal Attention to of quail: will lo more damage to a '
I JEWELRY! STORE I ridden In 'em.
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