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Title: The Homestead leader
Alternate Title: Leader
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: South Dade Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Homestead Fla
Creation Date: March 6, 1924
Publication Date: 1923-
Frequency: daily (except sunday)[<1926>-]
weekly[ former 1923-<1925>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
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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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Succeeded by: Homestead enterprise
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VoLI, No. S9 HOMESTEAD, FLORIDA THURSDAY, MARCH 6,1924 PRICE FIVE CENTS






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II q Baby Show Both Friday and Saturday) REAL WITH ESTATE FESTIVAL IEN CO-OPERATE MANAGEMENTIN ] ",'' ..,'





MOTHERS-ARE MIABH\ ADVERTISING STUNT ,

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ASKED TO NOTE MOTORCADE IS Truck ners With Patrols Drums Streetsof and Ban- I


Magic City"MAXIMO" ."

:' GROtJPOFBABY GIVEN DINNER I,,,

IS BIG HIT

Large Number of Entries AT FLA. CITY -
( Announce Winners of Pop- 1
Makes Two Groups
ularity Contest Sat

NecessaryToday About 350 Visitors See unlay Night

find the Redlaa XMatrlct South Dade and the ----

preparing for the blggeat tumna FestivalAbout The Fruit Festival .la at Ha height,

Interest feature of the whole program Afternoon and nt 'M" the big twit '

-tli* baby enow. The number ototrie 110 mtmber of the All entertain a large rkowd Of both

h> tnt event grew M ilargt Btatea Society of Miami who formed home folk and vlelter. Tonight thorn

that Manager Petit WM compelled] to a motorcade to Florida City laM Tuo will .be n greater ortwd than ever

divide the contestant Into group One day neon; were arrvedwith' a 11..- for several lodge of Odd Fellow

group to b* Judged Friday at 1 p. w M J a. F .t S imbue dlaaer by the wwmea. of the front. vertoue point In Dad County

... and the second croup on Saturday kro.A fi Community Church of Florida City. an onmlng. In addlUon hundred of

at I p. m.Manager. \ The dinner which waa spread In the Miami vtalter are xpoled a* the

p Petit and the baby ahow ehurah, netted ills for the parsonage result of a. advertising rMunt" pulled

eommltte roqueet all .moth r. to note r > J-- "' fund. About Ml of thl amount wa et l hi the Matte City toda,.

which ot the two day Friday or Saturday I Courtesy Miami Herald Photo :Turnac taken by a tpeolal colleotlon for the A truck decorated with \hanarn telling .

their tablet ar. aclwaaled to churoh and by the sale of fruit and about tIle Redland District Fruit

appear In the baby enow. Th iph|; .dul. -.---- SHINING ENTRANCE TO FESTIVALIS flowed that wire used for deeora. Feetlval and containing a art of druiuaplayed

for both day follow.: Won. for all. they were wnrth. by n

Friday lMBlttaboth DOWNER MAKES A PROMISE OF REVELATIONSTO J. B. Rainy, county agricultural killed welldnr of the drumatlcka patrolled .

Skill Clarence T. Fro*. agent. headed the motorcade and led th* etreet of Miami for five

( ehir, Herbert N. Btoutenber all- ONE MOREBIG BE SEEN WITHIN THE BIG TENTNot I the long line of automobile over II hour during the morning sad afternoon

bert Btoutenberr Paul Bank' Uyrnmi; mile of road In .this southern end This plan ot advertising waadopted

Joe Phillip Byrum, Kenneth Karl without repeating any of the dla- by Manager Petit and the
only an Invitation but a *uggeatlon row*; readyido-ahlpl ran from Jit* .
Bowel) William J. Clark Dean Better LAND PURCHASE Ian,.. They pees d by many orangeaid Chamber of Commerce. at the .nggfetlon -
of the Redland Dlatrlcf exhibit place of bualnea. Thl. remind th*
ItBehnk grapefruit gropes and tomato and through the. cooperationof .
Bonnie Boll Myera B.obeit
I within the big tent. I* the golden publlo of one of Dad County' etteceeeful .
I holds, real estate men of the Hdl.Pd 1>I*
*. Harvey V. Rut, Mar,"" glowing. intranet to the tint Industrie r
Feels Bomo ihort talk. and a musical triot The COM waa pro-rad among
New
B. Bertar. Brent H AUord Ira Marguerite Jersey Capitalist annua) Fruit F..O"... With a hug
(Continued on Pag Eight) them and the Festival management.
Murphy Mary F. McOarrah Justified in His Investments pyramid ot oranges and grapefruitthat Two sets of Kaffir orange are Mhtblted. .
Kolllo Mar Martin. Aletha Hill. IM- HereOne I* IT feet high and flanked on M.... C. H. Hendi-reon of Thl tunt" only upphimntt4! dally

oil* West. Anita M. Jenklna. Bill\\ Me- each olds with ......atrewll. fruit- Princeton who donated ODe set of PRAISE IS GIVENC.OFCF1STIVAL paid advertlntur carried In both Miami

Michael Elmer Tbomai Martin, Edith ot the big real estate deal of covered. wing panning a dUlance this unusual fruit says that the. Kaffir newvpapen.
The aim of the real Heats men of
Helen Bevla, R. B. Bchallern, Jr. this week In Homestead wee the of 10t feet the entrance provldeo n range, though It look like ODe out

Elolae Thompaon Jack D. McMtehael ... of t* eerie of land on the north pur- come-hither charm that the publlo hanot wardly I is not really an orange. th* district was to bring at hut five
Miami t seethe
Blbert' Weet Coaldla Q. Qrtnnell thousand people from *
been able to reaUt
era outoktrU of Homootoad by VictorE.
Winifred Turner, Annabel Redd, Conttanoo Moat ot the Interest In the tent The Fratlval I a sporting a mamneseapote product grown In the RtdlaadDMrtct.
Downer Of Rutherford N. J., fromF.
*(. Hunter Clement flu seil, center around the real eatate and If you pleaeet August hey BYJIOLLEMAN .
I. Faille of Weat Charleston, VLT" '
a Mary Them. Redd Either May rope. farm exhibit alone the north aide. er. who plucked tit from what he be. Today I* Odd Fellow, Day ot the,
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eontleta of two fortyacre
Betty Jane Myere: Loubell OreanoU property Th. Chamber of Commerce booth U..... to W'the only bearing tree of ...U..I. Tomorrow will be Woodmen
.. earner tracts, fronting on North kloVln-thT Miami Developer Says Right ot the World Day. Th. Fruit .....tivol -
Edward Kirby, Velma Arl. McKee artety of fruit andveptablei It* state, produced It
I Kcomo thwtmot nh" dlaplay.,!!ono '
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Merrell Wallace McKee, Eunice Walker .' side lyinr'evenu oppoaiito'* W. D. Home'.,. thais IrOW'll ner*. A cab*. from. a. .w4'which >.' brought from Kind of Advertising i will be turned over to, the Woodmen '.

.* Lot Walker, Jean E. C.lltlnah.,1eII bag *. exhibit meaaun a yard In Cub*," The fruit bit exhibit I* about Always PaysA for program'of *peeoh4. .* which
realdeno* and the tract on the east
.lx Inch and It and the branch I vtoklng high efflolala of that. orderwill
Allen Pope, Melba' Davla Mattie Tying opposite Carl Dadln' home. I diameter One cluster of grapefruit. long ..
B. Wll.o Mary Elizabeth QUttU. are much admired. mak in the big tent rnny axternoon.
The deal wa mad through B. W tram the Webarter grove contain Tl visitor to the Redland District
Acne :M. Aadenon. Helen Bradley .
Morris, Mr. Downers Homestead rproaentatlva > grapefruit Fruit Festival t. M. O. Hollemaneeretary .I I
-The .U vaudeville
John Webber Bykea Barney Turner, Cltru Family" a cleverly Beginning today, afternoon
1 I and treasurer of the 0. i iHoneman 1.
Marjorie Roberta Madeira Roberta, Ben Morrta local real estate broker mad up family of shrug doll. The performance wUl be given every
Mr. Downer hai been heavy Investor king .... King dressed In i Co. of Miami owner and hour. Th bit hit of tilt fnUrtalnnent -
William Edgar' Moftett EI.... Petach, dlaplay a large painting that make orange pur. *
Kleanor Bulllvan, Frederick Fucha, In property In and around a plea for a tourlat. hotel for lio.... pie raiment. The queen I* a Queen developer of Holloman Park Mr program of the FtaUval I* Maxi

Ellen' Petenon. Edwin Peterson, Homeetmd and hi* latest ....... Valencia, with a goWa" of diver, and Kolleman had heard ao much about mo "king of the wire", Thorn whoatop
North Diamond Park, .Ub4lv\o1to"l laoe and Prino stands the Fruit Festival and the big pyramidof .
Charlei Billlvan, Jam** Bulllvan.Saturday Orapfralt for his act at th final wind-up
nor than ever hi* frulta that he the Invlt.
Neath a palmetto thatched roof beel4. the oouphv. Thl I* M at. accepted ef each ntgbt'i celebration iy that
LMDavid growth and of thus. section, Uoa of friend In Homestead
program the I*. B. C. Cannery dUplaya. In neat (Continued on Pate Eight)) to lay thl* one feature alone !II worth the
Roberta, Joeeph R. Roberta according to B. W. Morris ,aide. ".. business reeponalbtlltle for
of admission to the tent,
Caaalua B. Cuahman, Jr. Orval Irwtn "We put North Diamond Park on a while and com down for a glimpse prioe
Th winner of the door prune, a
Kranol Irwin, Julia F. Sullivan Robert the market loco than a month, ago, and FLOATS IN PARADE TUESDAY SHOW of the eihlblta of southern Dade: Ford auto 1114 model and the win-

tee Brooe Geraldine Newlan today It I* more than half sold" out," County'. produrt. District
In the Mia Itedland
SPLENDOR OF REDLAND DISTRICT nen
Robert Paul Fucha Wenona Doubley, aid. Mr. Morrt. "$om. of the Ml* ; Mr. Holleman aald ha had taken popularity contest will be decided at

Harold Dean Grave. Jr., Marjorie wen made to local people. but moat THREE SETS OF PRIZES ARE GIVEN' notice of the fact that moot of Homeatead' about ttilD; o'clock Saturday night '
Moaor, Dorrla Baker Lenard Oner, of them were to euuMe Inveaton who business mn. are comparatively .
The Handing In the popularity contest
Virginia Dorsey, Mack! Ruoker, Darwin I plea either to locate here themaelva* 1 I young, and he attributed greatly total
to data I* t* follow!
Qamber Herman RuUkfl, Joe or'to make Improve: menta that will In A vln.-covered pergola,, atop. a blue flagv atooL under an tmprovlchedgrove tho plendld. boosting and progroailva .
Morgan Cox. Cecelia V. Harper, Sybil due othar t.'eoa .." and yellow float with graceful girls of pine treeA;:cannon and apfrlt which prompted aoadvtrtlalng Mir l.onraln. Plummer 1144 rolee.Mb ..

". |). Greeaway, Charles It. Cavee, A".. North Diamond Park .. hlghlyretrlcte4 In yellow garden frock to add more Woodmen In khaki were' also grouped scheme Ilk the Fruit Dorothy Cameron 1TIvote. ,
nor Jurnlgen enJamllkllllle,, *ldentlal and apartment beauty> to the sane; provided aI/I' on the float A W odmall"* ... Festival Mia. Virginia. Cameron, 1.....votes.
M.... J. M. Cox 1.... vote*.
Oaynell Hendenon, Melba Allot house property, Just north of the of lovellnee that Imply turned the made wa formed after the Fruit Fvotlval "Tour chamber of commerce cannot ..
Mia Gertrude Fraaeur, 11*-..t.*.
Kept Shirley. Alma Kellt, Jameo I.MoBweeney city limit of Homeetead. Lot were bead of the Judge. at the Fruit Festival parade the men marching with b* too highly praised for Ua enterpri -

dY Joe Richard Cava Eva*' put Into condition for building and parade .AI a reaolt the Horn hatchet* and th* women oarrytni ** In putting' over till splendid ad- Mite Alma Bohumaehcr, 411 rote.
MlM Mildred Bowman, 100 veto*.
lye Bnyder, Chartec Pearco, Jooeph (Continued on Page Eight) tend Mercantile Company' float flag nrtt.lnll tbatere," said Mr. Holler
H. Tulles, Angelina May Fitch Ainu' took tint prime la the group ef floats Th Homestead Credit Aanoolatlon'i man. Your board of director ."1. Muse Ida KoaoU It I vote

B. Mcllwaln, Kenneth E. Beealer that. wen hot entered by club or float. arranged aad Driven by Mr*. deatly rtallwd. the value of advertising' oJ

Thomaa M. Pullen, Jamie B. Hardy. FLORIDA CITY TO Individual. Three group competed Mabolle Rue, took third prIM. The Success will torn to anything of ntrll i Eligible Voters Are }

Mildred X). Tlmmona. Janetto Campbell ,' for prim*, aid tho prIM waa fit i float wa adorned with Teetooa. ft that la confidently advertised In away i Urged to Register (

Elmeda Roberta, Donald White Th cecend price for the hon-frv 1 Spanish moa ....,,arlanda ot hum- that ta not penny wlat and pound For June Primaries
tUahep, Martin Biahop, Ophelia M. VOTEJONDAY I
lernal group of float was awarded t* quota foolUh.
f r Baker, Thurman Conner Mary K. EI.I the Burton Department Store. The ; Automobile Floai Mr. Motleman aaye h* I is confidant

lin, Elisabeth M. Hall Mary I. Cap- priM. wee II. Th. Burton float represented i W. M. Bradley won the prlM offered that Homeetead and the tudland plan for getting all eligible voter
and Seven Councilmen
linger. Kathleno A. Wallam, Lewie Mayor 1'1"1 to register and qualify themaelvo to
a beach mesa Chlldnn In to the Individual with the moat beautl. trot have a real future. .
Roberta, Roaann Connect Barrio To Be Elected bathing ulta played. In the and, ..n4'' fully decorated auto. HI" oar WM vote In th* June prlmarte wen ,

June Rolllna, Marjorie Redd Ida Mary March 10 grown-up In port toggery .adorned' eov.rel2ntirely! with whit flewer taken up by member of the homestead -

Calhoun Margaret Manlry, Mantle n tropical ''background.. The float I and the wheels were green.Other BRYANT TO BE i Ministerial. Aaaoclatlon at their

raker Howard E. Rolllna, Vaughn.. J. The election ot Florida City mayor wa much admired for Its approprlatenee I Float Entered meeting on Monday.

Hobart, Grady Baker Wallace. Robert and town. eoundlnten for the ... and artistic appearance, The fir department wa In the CIIIEF 2 YEARS'' An urge along this. line wa made I

Capllnger, Ralph Buck Andrew aiming two year will be .held Monday. Th ttomeatead Grocery Company parade, and ao were the. arloni now by Carl Holmar.. Jr, county regMretton >

Jack Calhoun leabell M. Connett. March 1*. In the city hall of Florid. won third prlM. I.. float, all pal automobile model. .! the *arloj| efflctr. when lie came to Ho", ..

"' 711" Ana I'ar bam City. A. W. Jonea, president of the green and whit, chewed a wedding local automobile dealera There war Present Head of Police Department stead loot week and announced that l\

present council, and candidate for redaction breakfast In mlnlatu.-wlth a Tom four Wlllya-Knlghta, tits Overland, he reglntradoa book will I be opened i

to the council any that the Thumb>> bride and groom seated at s one Lincoln ad'six Ford*. Is to tiu week and stay open until April

Supreme, Guardian Will hall will be kept open from lunrla mall table Time. bride was Jfttle Th H.......... Filling; Btallon en Serve Again T, They will be open In every vot-

Attend Woodman Meeting to undowi.: Mr. A. W Jonee will Elizabeth Bklll and the groom little tend a blue and yellow float that .... lag precinct.

On Field Day, Friday be clerk of the election. Rev. 3. O. Jam. Redd. Junior Crow, a* boat played a pile of automobile tl..... W. O. Bryant wa appointed to auoeeed .
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I ,;..m... B. J. Rhode*, and Mr*. man. waa aleo preeent.OHIO
Mrs Louada Leekwoed who h.* Dora Mullln will lie iMpoetor and Fraternal Float Dr. J. A. Bmith'f) coat started with Hom..tead ou Monday nlgh whe and resides. appeared before the

b..a la thus. city for torn Urn, having I The complete Bat of nominee fol. The Florida City float won tint the parade but bcam weary aid decided :' Ike oily _MIl'eoDtlraa.4 Mayor B. oounoll and asked for ,I.otrlo'..

reeeetly inetltated a sew branch lower for mayor-B. H. Edward: prig for the group. of elm aad fraternal not to b* the goat, after ..11.It E. Uvlngolon' roommendatlen that Oil the road to Brewer' C...,; '1'h'

e* the Supremo Foreat Woodmen drcla 'aid Edward BUIIng for clerk_FVoraMyer float*. This float wee In two dropped out from fatten when It ,he be appointed.. Kedlaad people suggested that Homeatead i

.la maklnc arraxeeoient. for a .. Mr.. Clan B. Hunter aid : parto-.tli* first representing n. northern reached Church ........, The appointment cover o two-year build a line to th. city'llmlta '
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vlalt from Mr. Mary B. La Roeoa, tt Cbarke Clinton; for manhal: -W. C hem and anew scene, and tbs I The Quit State Furniture Company' period and that they build the rest of the line

Omaha Neb supreme faardUui of Behutt; for .oancilmea--M.: Silver second representing a tropical garden. float taowd a painted Men and w*- City Clerk It. B. Edwards: read 4eonmunleaUon aid] pay the mme rate that the Home-

the Rupreme Forest Woodmen Cir seas, 1. H. Simmons 3. M. D.., From the Frown North. and "To adorned with palm frond and t1o.....*. from the town of Mead peopl' Ie ,a,. Thl matter wmfarred

.... William Batchelor, Fred Robertion, i Florida City and Bunahlne" were the A little red devil lurked n top the Bunnelt asking to buy from Ho_ until.\ another meeting of the

Nosy Woodmen and member of the B. PetMld. J. a 0...... B. F. Collin I ..... on the float*. They wan driven Enterprise float. stead come email Malt ef the *ld oaunoll. .

Woodmrn'. Circle from Miami will A. D. Clinton, L. P. Chapman J B.Riweell. by Harry Hunter sad. R. D. ch..- ".Pro..v.nIce.. wee the. ale- electric light plant machinery Th Ordinance lit wa given a tint and. '

oM to Homestead on Field XXay.whteh A. W. Jonee, .. W. Taylor I.... sad wen contributed &. the parade gas mbhueoed on the Chamber of eemmunlcatlon wa turned over to **cnd reading It I* an ordinance

will be neat Friday The MgMctlna T. A. Feaater aid R. B. Bchalkrn.th by th* town council of FlorIda Commere float. A. R. Uvtagto, chairman. of the. tllllq th* weary' of the tax aar>*or.OrdUusae .

Maaoato and Mayor B. H. Edward oab-webby float In leclriv light. committee.Th .
p. ; will be bold ta the City A pretty orange lit t* establish and
hall, beginning Till o'clock. After Circle and lbs W. O. W. will Th Woodmen ef ho World and the and whit wan entered) by Cr*.'* Ttoignatlon of George Fuller a* organla n polio department and pro-

\' a business meeting and Initiatory be held. E. D. Rivers district o-- Woodmen' Circle float teak second pharmac electric light tuperintendeal for the vide for anliri' ., wu given It* tint

work the mectlnc will be thrown open ......1'. (* expected ta bo hors for prim In thus group. Th. women *f Th* Royal Palm Barber Shop ihew.Cwtlnwd ,'city was -.... The ro..gnetlon and second ....4Inl'. Th* bills for

'' I **> the pablloand, a Joint meeting of ,that mooting. the drill team, In whit sad holding ( on ..,* Eight) !}!I' become *ffectlv'J...'L. ,lhs month of February wore paW.

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terao Shreryfcody la welcome.Barn4o c
Mr end 11(,., henry Freeman ef D,. W, t. Carter will take a partyfrom that laetadod a barnunda ata feel boat for a few 4f. Moor '
Mr a4 Mr*. Jim Vannon
Miami formerly of HonMtMUI. and tk* Nasals Cfcurrk U Ik l- : .**.. While there they combined O, !C. lunch of Voroott Canada, Mr*. Clara Tucker of longvlewoMt
Mr. and M..... Reed .< Miami motored day aakool convention at tk* Whtt I b...*.. with plMunr and listed aisse who ha* heap vkMaw. M* tether, B.KIlMk Tuesday with ..... U F Chap February 1/, at! Mr*. JT. H. Hwnfi

t 0 IM city to vtall with )II''. and Mra, Tempi today good pleoe or Ky .*.... 1'..,.... his returned t* his '.m.. MA ...... hospital a HtWe daughter. Mr. and
Vans haw tw other children.Jim .
I.. ... Wise on Sunday. Mr'. and M,.. J. D Sparkman. small son al Mr Mine' Irma hales of t>ettolt, Mtn. ) .. KMatt aiwpUtM rohu-slnf la the Mr
"Teaman wore enlhuelanll over the and Mr C K. EU 11.11"'",. I* raftering wa the Beret of Mr. and :Mr*. rxAHi atm aid yanknl a winter borne REDLAND I Jr. and Paul.
I M Miami I
Arthur JOrpenbach *
remarkable growth et Homestead, and rm a broker wrist which wa L Price Titeeitay when she faN I* ken
the ctiitnge that have taken piao caused by til. falling out t>( M anti visit the Fruit rutin" ..... AMnA, Mis and Mr. Charlie Houwr, Leo vMfbtf' hi* parent a few day this
,,no* they war her barer. cad. tree II* felj about IS fot.Orf w1w t.ll upending .th* wlntev n *>..- H6>wer ef Miami and Mr. Mr*. Thomas Brewer will uelot Mn -II(
Mr. and ...... L. A. Wino went la Matha *( NaraoJ ka gone nut Orov'e, I* a aisle *( Mr*. ....100. of N.w rnrk1pwvr* (t* "" ....H..I William" Norrl Hall ot Miami at a MIM. ) Pert Campbell of Miami.
MUral Tu.....,. la d. pones ahopplng to north Florida t Mr<< pet M a tomato WlUard MacDonald: formerly .", g.eeU of Mil and lira. ChartM BeckMIM ., meeting to b* held at bar hem Sat .poll, th* _11..01 with her parent. "'
Fred Carter .. In Uk Worth (Pun crop He *.p rt* to ivtara ta about played In the Homestead Bakery but 51. rdy to organ!** the women of the Mr. and Mra. J W. Campbell.A. .
Dade CountyMr. for bin home in
In O Bauer left
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week visiting ,ai the hone of ... ftanoee. a wk for Mr, Malta now with the Flaming Bakery at Margaret Robertaon Claude Democratic party
)fl.. Gladys P.rn*. Mr. and Mr*. Harry Palmer and two Miami Beah. spent Saturday In High of Miami and Chart Bartlett and Mr*. Thoma Brewer. Mr' Philadelphia. Friday after visiting U
Mrs. It 1* Kennedy, w.tr resident children of Lorkln ww In HommtoadWdae4y Homestead with bin parent M,. and of tarkla spent Sunday at the Robertson and Mn, William Bowman, mad ..... Redland wlu y bin -brother /. M. !

0' HonMMead. .la envaloul visiting their many friend. Mr*. t. V. MuDo..I.. home. Mr*. Claud High who had I B. J. Clapham spent the ...k-.eI at Bauer I

after a **...* week*" DIP_ Th Mime Anal May and Alice Walter C. M"** ...... ot Ead. Colo.a spent the week with her parent returned .1 Miami Beach ,

Friend 0' Mi*. J. B. Davl anglad CKllnf, Lon Dol** and Hoyi Ward winter vlaltor In Miami motored t* with the party to her horn la ..... F W. Koiel, Mr*. William, Bowman I L PRINCETON I I
to see her about again after brrecent formed a foursome that visited. Mom- Homestead with/ C. Cllnten rag on Miami. and ....*. Thomas Brewer represented -
critical Illne**. lad and Inc Fruit< Festival on Tua> Tuesday and attended the Fruit Fe.- Mr. and Mr. R 0. Diamond ..,. the Pioneer Guild at the
Mr. and Mr*. L J. Prcnovoet wereIn
X,. knit Mr. O W. Freeman Mid day night llval and Mr. L. .....11I.. and Mr. and convention of the Dad County Fed*- Miami Saturday.Mr I
Mr. mi Mr*. J R. Hooh wtll Isle Th Maranja Chapter, O. E. S.. will Mn Floyd Hubbard were Miami vial- ration *( Women' Club held at the
Initial roar rona Into the order ton ant Sunday School at \ '. and Mra. George Walker and I
Miami today t. attend the Sunday After attending th Dad County Agricultural
School convention U b* hold *t the at lonlfhf meeting. Mr*. Su Rupert I FLORIDA CITY ITEJJS I Bryan aervk!** In the perk, the party Lemon City SaturdayMr Mr. and Mr H. 3. Gilbert and little ;

Whit Tempi there.Mine li worthy matron of the order and I pent the afternoon at Miami" Beach : *. Seymour Dan. Mr. Walter' eon of Miami cam down on Sunday v( 1
Lon Prltrtard left for Miami W. O. Talbott .la worthy patron.M. Thorn C. Colt of Orange, N. J. Th Sunday dinner ...... of ..,. Roller Mr. C T. Lindner and daughter and remained over :Monday with Mr. \
Beach yesterday U become a J:. Fletcher ta able to be back at called' on fr! nd. In Florida City and Mr.. Bryant Bowden were Mr and Mr M. J. Brownlow represented M. L. Walker and Mr*.0... Barca

rorrotpondent ooetern Bweppen.mi his oenfeetonery store again attar a Monday Mr. Colt spent a part of and Mra 1':. J. facettl and children, the Redland Woman Club at Mr. mad Mr W. B. MeVlcker have
will make br home at the Pn. critical ninea* *( two _ke. HI the winter her tour yearn ago. Mr*. Andrew Paeettt of Homestead the convention ot the Dade County moved back from Hom.*.*... They
eat Hotel white at th* Deach. Ml** frlnnd arc hoping thai k* will ooon Mr.' and ....., V. 0. Rohrcr ., Miami and Mr' and ....*. J. B. Thoma Federation Of Women' Club held at are with ..,. MoVlcker'a parent Mr.

Prltchard WM formerly a reporter Mth regain his health completely.! spent Sunday with M,. Rohrer'iparent Mr*. Cora Robed a sister and th. Dad County Agricultural School and Mr*. A. W. MoVlcker, at Rock;
Miami Herald.Mr & D. Falon who had been Visiting .; Mr. and Mr*. J. F. Rohrer. her buibaad .( Detroit, who are tourIng at Lemon City Saturday.Mr. Haven. at pretent.Mra. .

Oar Stewart McCabe and brhter la this ally a* the guest .( )I,. J. W. Garrett went t* Arch Creek ties state spine Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. Totter entertained on Chas William. Mr*. peterl'etsr.en

.. ..... Well Zlefler, wilt fa UXlaai and Mn J. C. MacDonald left Jut Monday where h* I* employed a* carpenter and 11.... W C Soautt.Mr Sunday Mr. and Mn, Landl (romLancaster. Mr*. J. .. CaMellow and

Tuesday for a ..nt..'* toy :week for hi* home la Elmira, :K T. at a aawmlll.Mr and Mr. B. O. Everett and '. Pa. II.... Wm. Callahan M... W. C. Cunning were caller
baton train north. Tiny have been Mr. Falon eipecU to brine hi* family *. M B. Taaaer who ha been 111 Mr. George Everett of Miami. war from Philadelphia." Mlai Lllllaa AcMe at the home of Mr*. I* C. Smith on
the bone* guests of Mr*. B. a Lara t* Homestead next September ta make with pleurisy, I* Impravte I caller at the Severy home Sunday Monday.Among.
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from Palm Beach, ) Taylor from
land at br horn la .......".., ... Mr. their home her*. Dr S. S. Shield* of Coral Gable Mb Annabel Lochrle, Larkin school Sanford Fla0 and Mr. David Hookerwho three attending the Redland

M.Cab* wu hen tor a few day wh.a B. D. V. Burr former county commlMloner wa in Florida City Monday principal, pent the week-end with la topping In LIttle River Dbtrlct. Fruit Festival parade la
tIM women flint cam*. from the Sooond District Mr. Claude :McDavId ha keen confined her parent Mr. and Mr*. William Homestead Tuesday went Mr. andMra.
Mr. and Mr*. William Strickland of Dad County vWted Homestead to her home with a seven cold Uchrle. 'lotI''. and hint. Oak.* and Mr. Lena Cha Behren on Mre C. A, Ch....

and Mr' aid )I.... Tom Harrla mo- Tudaon bulnae and pleaiur. for several day. oho I* able U b* Mr. and Mr*. Alfred French and Woodbury motored to Miami on Tuee- bent Mr*. R. S. Crows .... t. U.Henderaon .

( red to Miami Sunday Mr. Burr who I* traveling rep.....- out again.Mra. daughter, Myron ot Miami were vial- day ....., W A. Ju'n...... Mr
Mr. and Mr*. Frank lawman entertained tatlv b( Armour *V CM bas announced M. D. Ingraham, and X.... A. ton at the horn of ...... French1 Mr. DAd Mr*. John McCullom motored -' C L. Frasler Mr*. U I* !'bUll"II.
rlnda with a flak dinner. on bias candidacy. for th* officeof U Blithe pnt Monday In Miami brother, / A. Bevery and family. Mr*. to Miami to, pay poll tax onThureday ..*. Mary ROM Mn. U C. Smith
county las collector .bopping.Mm. French and and went on t* Ft. Laude
Saturday night. daughter will remain a .
..... Cha Henderaon hire Mary Eppermon. -
)Ira. b. A. TlbblU and hire Albert R. R. Thlol, of Johiutown. Pa, was I t. M Dobbin underwent an week.A dale for a visit .
Cave IK Friday night for Roohtr a visitor In thin olty Tuesday a* the operation at ills Fort Graduate Ho. party of about twenty-flv from Mlw. Lola Meson of JaekwnvU,
E. t. Dyal and Mra. E. 80....-
Ulna, when Mr*. Cave expects to guest of A. R. Uivlngeton. Mr. Thlel pilot Saturday lbs I Ia Improving. eke Miami studios at HlaI.." war Mnj/ Cynthia Ylvlnglon of Palette Mr
get medical attention at the Mayo has been pending tile winter la Miami Mia Rosalind Becker of MiamivMUd guests at the Florida City Hotel for aad ..,.. M. D. Benedict of Haetlng der were In Miami Tu.....,.

Brother She ha* been 111 for sometime and mad the trip to Homestead her parent. Mr. and Mn.: dInner MondayMm. all Maters of D. M. Robert Of Red. Mr. D. B. Sparkman of Fulford

They stopped off at Chicago Tuesday to visit ..... Livingston and Chart Decker Sunday. T. P. Vann and children. Marie land have been vlelllng at the Robert' topped< Over on Monday and visited
awl spent Monday with com 1Ielldi -Uk In" the Fruit *>ell.al. Raymond Cranberry arrived at the and Tom. Mr. and M.... J. W. i bom. They expect to leave today for ; friend II.,.. She bad been Visiting
.( :Mra. Tlliblt'i and then left for Donald Itodgwn of Elmira, :N. T, homo ef-his parent, Mr. and Mr*. R. rare and baby, Ronald, and John 'Cuba for a visit before returning' her brother James Fisher, and bin

Rochester on Tuesday morning who I* making a vlalt In this city L. Oranberry, for a two week visit Sever all ot Miami, were th. Sunday home. : family In Homestead

...... Frank 111.11111 be DotH* hat may change to permanent reel- Monday, The Cranberry ar* *iectng .u.... of Mr. and Mr.. 3. M. Cave. Ben R. Fry, formerly ot Redland. Mlm' Virginia Hitch and Frank Patton -
to the Rain or Shine Club ODe day dense hero bail become connected l two other sons from Atlanta this Mil. Vera Cave returned with the I* (ult* ill at his home In Miami. were In Miami and Miami Beach
nod &. with the Tledland Real Estate Ex- week. party for a _II'* vll' In Miami. '. and M..., John McCullom were I Sunday

:Mr. and Mr. Carl Dedln and two Chang lie and J. B MacDonald, ..,.. Pierce Blocker and baby, Alfred Mr. and Mn. D. C Toungblood of dinner gueit of Mr. and Mr. Acton I The regular meeting of the Worn .
children motored to Miami Tuaoday.Mr whose guest ho I 1s. went, on a (libng of Stuart are this week' gueett Little River will be th. guwt of Mr. Erpenback on Sunday. ...'* Club will\ be held next Tuesday
.. Dedlq will entertain the 10* trip t* Taranl Saturday and of their uncle J. M. kiln, and (.mU,. and Mrs. / O Moor for two week Service will b* held at the Lutheran March It, at the club bO..., with
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Card Club one evening hoot wok. cam home Monday with a big eatch Mr. and Mn. W. B. Hlllmaa ar Mr.' Toungblood I* a brother of Mr*. Church at I o'clock next Sunday .af- tin. W. C. Cunning a* boite**.


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CHAS. T. FUCHS, SR. J. ll HOLCOMB :,: : 1
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/ hart. over feriitoe .fca Uy .. ... 1 1 T im ..... 10 a /eve .....It, elsr-
..' tt .. ...... ....:: ......=: FREE&CO.........4y r cr Now W> ovtnyr
.. OJOWOM ft* dress 4rwdepedal ......_.,....tw i. wAN am. worth l% ea COMB
Hmrtad 4HHihf .... ............ WbsSs. U. or ammjiniM aMMoa' ; v4a. It* ka
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Mm* and ami femWMiit .. .. ...... No.' tUbtdmr a *0r alwnaeM: eMt It** IIIf
Ovrralla, work ahM*, chore, Mo. ........ ... .,- a *1 rerMrir lame or a.y M rlntMt, arMcarODD .
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I I If POST SPECIALSSMALL IRON BED COM

BINATION aUTTftMa
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m $17.50
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== IVORY BED, DANDY rEW Md'
I a rRKS$. BLUE: RIBBON SPRINGS
5 AI Miler
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$35.00BRBAKrAIr M MEN'S DRESS SHOES .

W.lk-ovor $10,00. $0. I" .,...

a ROOM TABLE 4 end _.....?..??... ?__.._feo I'
FURNITURE CHAIRS. PLAIN REASONS WHY Dial IT. |<. III and __._.....0 ==
t == $19.00 Other M. ||.... ||. |4.M A ..... IIATS

.. pi i Bedwood and Iron If 4300 Wo have received a large hip. .
mint of '. We have aaortmeat el
mm exforde lor print. a large i:3:
} Bprlnga, soil wlehbon 14 to |1*.00H II INCH ROUND OAK EXTEN. YOU SHOULD TRADE WITH USWe hat* In the noweet spring .t)....

WON TABLE, 4 OAK DINING BOYS'SHOESn.lO. Felt |l. II |4 to ....... -$8.11Straw.

Mattresses, cotton hit' II to HO.00p CHAIRS 14.10 to ........... ... ..II.M

r' Table center dining II to O.oo $25.00 are going to make Furniture and Electrical n. Hit. II. III*. ||, .ua Cap II.I* t* ......._.._.,... ..........Nis ;53;;:

< j=C j Chair. dining |1 to _",-._,._"t0.00 41-INCH GOLDEN OAK FXTEN. goods our leaders and can save you money on them. LADIES' SHOES

r==sE Porch rock_ ".10 to .....-.'!*.00H LION TABLE. < tPHOLKTEREI\ ) We will sell you either on terms. Why can you do Patent ||Medium to .tirade.... ._.. M TS == I II I II
t == DINING CHAIRI Hlark kid It.M to ... .... .*."
Dreoer |11.10 to ..... ...-.-.170.00 $35.00 better by trading with us? We are the oldest merchants White canvas ills to _....-...WOO I.E I
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Walk Over .
t E| Vanities 110 to ....... ......... ....ITS.00 in Homestead, and you run no risk at all in Patent II to .. .. ............._. .....*
'. == r Kid lit* ....................... ........_ft...
I 55 Living room aulUo ISO to 115000 buying from us. We have the largest store in town, lirowa and grey lued II* to ITJkO

== M to $. porch rockers .............1.10

II O. 0. Omen _..._......_...."'.00 plenty of room and own the building. We have no CHILDREN'S SHOES

III.IIO. O drMMn ......._4IT.>0II high priced help as we do most of our own work. No Patent eandali It II to _....?.. 1145Whlto
/ fjf kid II to _...."...................150Black ,
oak center tables ..............).$.00 brown 53I
and calf $1.71 to II 50
bookkeeper, solicitor, collector, truck driver, or ga
C I 1!-piee* 4101n, Mt ...."__...II M t

;.. =- .I I 14 bicycle tin .._......_.._.41.00II rage bills. No bad accounts that you have to help. SPECIAL

t bicycle tlr ........_.........._.... |l.50It we sell for cash furniture. We keep ItO path thoe*. Vttae* up to II*
pay as except for _.... ........... ....... .... .........|l.00 53
I' 10 bicycle tiro ._,..................1.1.
down overhead to the lowest amount. and 53
No. .... wool slurs ...........-I00 our Stop 5
SPECLVLrt
Ne I.IT wood Move ..................00 think this over and see if it is not just and reasonablethat \ ==
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WATER COOLERS burner gasoline stove ....__.I'M we, can save you money. WHAT YOU BUY II, 14, II valueo II t. _.....iAl SIIIRTS "

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I-burner gasoline ..tov.10.00 tMuo thambraf shirt tk
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?$ gallon whit enamel IWWI _.._ THE. HUSTELERS STAND BY.J. SPECIALSMen' Extra good shirt ..................... '1.00 == I
'' E iiallon whit enamel ,....,._,|l 00 I-burner Bonaml stabs .n.oo Lo.b'. Special ......_ .........._.... 1140 I

E 4-(allon white enamel .._ ..... 14 50 burner Bonaml/ stove __43J.00 U. FREE Manager.II' work shoes |l. 14.BO, 14.00II Khaki shirt It II la ..................00 =

5.Uon white enamel ............*00 4-t>urn.r Doniral{ stove _......31... .to. II Tl and .._.............?.... It.Ik Wool shuts It.I* to ... .. ...1100 ,
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E om HISTORY-J. D. Free To, U the okloet mcrcanUto! firm loj HomcMr RntaMMivd In =

5 OUR MOTTO : 11* It ha* been doing business every jvt etaeeon abaxtaof aadify oar nmomrn, tint and .). OUR SLOGAN : 5 '

II' 5 wajra We have the largest ..- bulkllnc In town and err Mock coven Uho tergm number of g II
i What You Buy We Stand By Dare whk

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-- i' A FEW OF OUR STANDARD LINESWe DRESSTROUSERSPalm Reach 141* to ..........._.p... I: CompoelUon BELTS belt .... ....".... .._..110. ..''
; : : Leather belt Uo to ................ .i1b
== I I Blue serge II... to ..... .........._.ITM =
r= 1ft' O.nuln. cowhld bolt UU to tM '
I I Gabardine l... _........... .4 r
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i CI-- t have been selling for : Walkover Ralston ? ? | White kid belt II.I* to .....-.41.00Allltator ==
years ,
I and. brows mixture akin belt |...* to ...41... '

f..t Friedman Shelby and Endicott Johnson shoes; 14 10 to .......... ............. ..._,1140Whlto GARTERS

'I Curlee trousers Hawk Brand overalls Buster duck ......... .... ...............00 Paris lea to .. .. .105 .- .
White flannel II.o* to ......._.*M : Ivory I0 to '.:- ::::-..:::::::...154::: ::: : S

1 ELECTRICAL DEPT. HOUSEHOLDARTICLES Brown and Star brand hosiery, CorticelH Bilk, and Tad .... ._.............. .......................l oBtetaoN E
wide were ...,?..-.-.....*5a i 5
g Flttnrr Complete Ua: Lamp! II.10 aluminum ktttl .._........II4S Imperial shirts. There are none better for the mon TRUNKS, SUIT CASESSuit TIES GALORE

a |1.I* aluminum router -.-...It.UII ey or we would sell them. There are higher priced Down, Uo to ....?... .?..,? .......lIe! a .I
One light Cloture '1.10 to .......00 .50 aluminum percolator .4141 Knit tine 110 to .. ,._wIMM. C
lines do not the same value for dol. : ,::. ...:
E Two light future II to ......_.....00 II10 aluminum bucket __..4I4S but you get your Out duke II ID to _-? .1odOVERALLS .
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1} c= Three light fixture |10 to ".41100 II 00 aluminum stew pans _>5oU lar as you do with the above. There are also cheaper 5.

= .00 aluminum fry pan .........75oIT Itore 111 to ... .......-. ....._._..* S four light fixture 111 to ........00 enamel disc ...4100 lines, but we won't handle any line that the manufacturer II.I* to .. ......' ..?.?. *U. ::;

Five ... quart pan. I )lien'. l".$ to ........ ..?... ,......... 81.78Eep e
H light
fixture 111 to 12000 ll-ouart enamel dish pan ..,_.t5eII does not guarantee. What you buy we> stand 1 .. (trip*.... ... ......_.....00

== Chandelier 411 |IO to ...._.ll .00K 'quart sine water bucket ...45eII Whit., ..... t. ........ ........ .....-..(,*. L 1
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16. II. 40 watt lamp, thro |l.00S5 .40 el no wash board .......-.:.750 SILKS S J

I* to 10 amp fuss, apodal _..05oS Tl* picking bucket _'0o Crepe do chine ._.........._..._. mi
? Katie ._... ............ ....00 J
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Table and desk lamp M.10 to 17.50 I Cup and taucer cases 11 00 II Taffeta ......,...-........ .. .............. .'.00 IE=;=; I i
I Guaranteed eleotrlo Iron: __...i.GO. Hustlers'' Real Estate Bargainswhich Trunk II.I* .. .( .. .. .t'p Crepe El Dora .-..... ....-...........10 E I

5S Dlu chin and nicer -tOo Persian ....... ...-.-.................. ia oo
cup '1
P. 8 W* hv just received a Satin back canton craps ....... liooMM 53 !'
=: are tare sound and concervaUve Why not Invest' where you Tlaronett Mtln. .. .. .. = .
z shipment of new electrical fixture, cant lose' How Sly buying well selected property In and nearllomeetead. Wash eatln . ..1100III c::: 1iI ,
Bilk skirling |2 Ie M *
S and can eave you money on cax. E3 } ,

=3 tutee, wire. lamp., Iron, curlers,
mil north of town Over
Mr home place on Dixie Highway 1
S tout....,..hot plate, fans tubea 110 feet frontage on Dixie Highway and over a thotuaad feet on I ,

SS_ .w1tch! a, sockets, ItO King Highway. II '.1 acre with I Sores In lire*, Large t-roont )
E .' ,' .A .. In selected tropical fmll.Prlc I I
house, I can, t chicken! yards t acre ,

E Don't be fooled Into paying more 111..00.p M cash balance t* eult WlII..II' aore and '
5 moat ef Improvement for II...0.00 ..in. term* a* above. Can be SOCKSSilk S \
for your clentrical equipment. ? wet
n divided Into ll to II large lot. If you want a nice home well located 11." to .. 111e } :

SIll S this .. 0t.1room. LUI Soc t* -.. ... .. -I** t'Z 5 '.
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.i \o..y FREEZERS eotttg la north Homestead; tlectrlo llghtat newly paint.. Oa. knit, I pair ..____ Ilk 53 f'
CREAM lot for ..01.I*. ,
; ICE ed. Largo lot II." 0* % eaeh. Adjoining cretonne _......, I t

tart rroot King __......... ..... DRESSES Peggy cloth ... ; t
.. .......... ...... New 15-room apartment house (4 apartment with separate entranoee :: .: :: :
| .iiart Frost King Gingham M.I* te .....___.. ..... Potted Bwlac
t 4-c.uart Frost King ._..._16.ilCIUf ." ) *a extra largo wrner lot Rents for II M*.I* p*> ,ear. Voile lilt to _."...__............ Witchery crepe .. ....1W
:=a ',- Fran rroet King King....-......_.--.*.,.44.. I will taatall water closets. bath, and paint and '....b (which will Unei ___.._._.._._.. .,... Lo.e crepeNewport ... .............1...
-.uart coot one thousand and tell for II..*..0.. tt task .balance term.. Silk ,,1.1. to .___.iLN voile ... ... ... ..... ,1110 _

R Guaranteed ile.trb. Iron __...S.00 PAINT Lot alone I* worth $2,800.0* This. bows will par for itself la I yaara PIECE GOODS Plain and colored voile, _wile..._."..'-JIIIe__.71sN.rmanmy

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Extra largo lot IM oft Comer lot Free led addition rnbleacbed ....-.* Ifce to _.... lace WUI-O-WUrp elotk. .. "_.......__-'UG 11M }'
ABO corner -
Wo have |a Mock rabo watercolor dry for IIQ'i to. Nice looatlon. Ate Long cloth .____...110O flason Tl* t* .............._.....__.110
paiata. t* pounds* of regular lot- F.t- Inaldo lots at lit*.**. (.t kaMeaehed cheetlag _.-eeo I harna ??_.... ...."._._..-'I.teo 1
paint mixed with I gallon Daady location for filling eutlon. .-4 bleached sheeting __.WeCharmeuM Pram sloth __._..._ ... .._....
t water will paint..II house tor Got pric Dandy lot .* Canpbell street yard ,_...._...II-IW Curve crtm l e toHunmlow .-......__.."'IG
en* touch the toll -DC oil palate. acv Wile Highway for |l...... VotlM ___._._._,anW11.UWisp cretonne ._...?...__10o
Conor lot on Uvwry avenue and ......__...........LN04..e Shirt madras It.I* to __._.......... 1
% ... .. .......... las pblMcti. .
....... Comer lot fttrtawn Park cloth -- -- ** domeatle lie toweIndian
; Pine Another dandy bush .........___.._ .. .. .
ROOFING MO M Wltcllry aepe 'M head to .... .__.*
nee coraer. Oet price, Lou -t'-.4 i -::::4JOOB: 1-- -.. _. .... __.. ....._.-.1... Lang cloth .. .... .... ......-_- ..
1.prr; tight. _.__._ ..__IJ.Mt ,!ott.4port SwW. ......... ....-........ .... 585 *., unbleached sheeting .........._*
'UlJfl .pl,. modlow ..._._._..__ .J* Lot west of bank faoe north W abov and bans ever I .. skirting '0.15 ,.4 blraehed heeling ._..._. .1
'.pl,. heavy _...__.__...,. nad ). fine for any* b......... Get flftr*other ow lote ocettered over town. I I FIasons U. o...15 Khoetcl..0 te _._..___...... .jIle
State covered __.._ -$1.50 prI e. See .. about _.... ,I Gass Marvel ..._-.___.__Zb0 tlllow tease lee to ......... .__g t


" : Don't forget to uk for and save your cash rebate tickets, for every dollar worth 5 cents on any electric lamp, iron, curler, toaster, or other electrical equipment. !:i! ;

) Also good on any piece of aluminum ware Get your friends to save them and see how easy it ta to get a prett y electric lamp. DON'T FORGET YOUR TICKETS.Tbursday.M. > ;


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THE -.ON STEAi DERl I r h POI" _ur VDCW I I 1 walHfll llaNl111aa11IINEEDLES irrn.M, nomcon/ mmacFlMid

r 'I rI Horticulture Livestock Idvestotdt l.nprovee p pRy
1IOUKMI-A1: I'U. >IUI>AI (lag Imrtottr M 1'_'" Ia sire Woman I Agriculture, ,
('/"' ) i wnte,. .............. no....... I

I t'uhllhed i every Thursday br the 1'h.rr u woman. In our village. and she When Adapted to Dade County's Needs If emus cs.aoIIIIMNHHIHIHH0illHl1HiiHHHIHNI1 Soils Jobnjnn
Month L.nl.l Publllhlnn j'umpl\nJ/

... -- -- I. wondrous wise i I By J. B HAINKT. Couq.,1111..1. Agent A ilveirtiwk" report by Mr. Fleming.
/II K AKCHVR, Bdltor IIIh" al.cr inmost delldou who gntlirn
Mvaotlon* will lie .***... ta this oalunt' .) "
HillY I I."AI'H. AJ orl..tA Edit 0' not to mention nte*. I I II U a drop of dew value ha juit oo n to m*. and d

UARJOniB LACK AHCHRR .,.... the know all about Mr neighbor i I* a gem to Foil: It ha sows statements which make

lees Manager, very ache and pain and iln-- I After each motorcade of tat.....* I>on't forget to call at Tb* Loader OM *M> and think. H* gives same
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But on the problems tbs day her '> south [...Ie/ County a certain number If a waterfallCan this
: office for bookltta grvtne premium .......lv* flcnr for *tat*
nten-ii nwond flMh. Into light
M -rla** matter Jaae ,
fund I thin
at tlMVghtfl
of InterestspPcesW'tsgeM's :
ptllYlpurse"
X. IDI1 at the poet orrfcx M Horn*. To her baUiw W. hr knitting *ndher aIm ,lleta. for the twenty-eighth *iM>ulDnvie Into heat, at yew call; Nd ,..... thatA

.tesu1.] Florida Under the Act 01 Fair In '
Tatum
to be hM at
Covnty
March I. till.gubeortptlon. gu.dplatttI she sticks .*... abootthe If n radio waveCap : *' beginning'Ji: aye our
She says., "fli.Jlon't ak an*, dwr-yo pwelblllllMI Plate Miami Mar** ll-lay knchwlve speed to a friendIn and tango I Uyeetock wa

rale Pill fear nee.. the'b polities. -. that **.tl n. 1 It will Inotud the *e.*nd annual' Slats a meaaag to save ,,p 4.000 on January 1, that

;; ''JC t'r have been lending Flower Shaw and. the fourth annual From the world' ff *.'; ,, ro It eras worth '''. .
Ther,'. a wttiU ta tint villa, **, and I the** motorcade AutemeWI Show A cat and dog dH
If the vole of a linger fit 3 1 51..UeOo, In 'U,''',-
Till LJ.ADl.IV CREED ,n* I* ", .4ftD..os, put .,.... how, will be Hf* Maltm That' under the ol ad In 1(10 111,148.000. Anyone
W. believe In Homa4 and Bh. writes cttcj"(pSpeK by the yard, I0f
I sad I.!
I tomato #( Th* MhlbHvot *enn % will be the Can enter the pool wh3, >M been In the stock buelneee
I Dad county.Wt and own W..ltIbe /.*. and .how puce '
some a* tiE late' been In previous A.* a girt from God oa.'t, yes-re shrinkage.
I believe la H* re***** tutors. know about the Ten heat Beck" about th. couthern .
year, with alarger *op*> 1.'llIed. a ecroll;- 0' oepegl5I) r .I.co It 15
and IU potantlalHI -'.to HIT that Culture pay*- .
end of the The fair will b* .open to the public moll 'WIMI per b..eI"
W. believe In lu share fruit In. But in*'* blank upon the problem of THEN' ,,
county and many the different' classes mUll b* tack And thli meant ft I low t* th. stockmen
du.trl. IU avocado Industry, K. our treublou modern day Then a deed I* a gem
bate bosoms MImpreaaad March 11 Wednesday, at 1* ft. m. All thin of tile
Therefor; part report to
rich glad land, |Its famous .... To her social work and Utaratur and Fop a diadem,
that they liar* signified the plant and of plant, rock
group Intermting.
prairie tomato land ltd *WMUnulling poetry *.h* aUcks, not en
I their Intention of buying come of the Then ft fancy-bred thought'
cry table *r any Item belonging to not that the recent value to
Next
: pin land. and IU ,.ue.llfloallon vh* says, ""'. quite too low-brow to
land. Motoroadee of the out May bunt Into
s. ,
the different claaae must be flnlihed song 1114 Four
a* a regular PromlMdLftOd. / about what It was In yearsego
versed la ,
b* politic
cletle In Miami bring a high/ type of and placed before 10 p. m. Tuesday, Uneummoned, unsought the peek of war price wa* reach.

W* believe In our professional Thr*'. n maiden In our village, and I cltlaenry.Tho work the women ot th. Community March 11 Than work may b* art tdj now we are back to pre-war

men, our tradesmen and our boil she to wondrous wl... For plant the two day Monday the With beauty for end value, *, *k far a. farming goes.However .

_*M /llta tad w. bellev la thalr She know the proper use to make of Church In Florid City In preparing 10th and Tuesday the 11th are allowed Where pain baa no part w, bars Improved our Mock

......* for law enforcement and .... sparkling maiden *ye*. ft ad serving| delicious lonoheoni for placing from I a. m, to 10 And duty* a friend; .e that the "valu pr bead" I* til 11
I* Improvement I : to 'bees group *f tourists I Ia an added
m. Instead cf 110.11. a* in 1110. which
p.
Her sheiks and Ups
W* believe oar p..pl' will ftp.preclal sro landscaped.and Inducement to theta"4o take then tong Then a youth may master,
Th Leadwl .1 forte U her halt to always curled ride. Cut flower, flower pl_., table Heat, llaht, and the wave mean fell progreee, although ther
And ih*'* sever caught discussing decorations and similar perUhablee. Wall a decree "per head" least year.Compare .
And with heart-beat
pits them newa a.vrtlmnttand The automobile trip taken by 'h.11I010".4. every
solemn of the allowed to be this. Increa* wltb that far
problem world. are placed Wednesdaythe
Endeavor to tan
editorial that will brlnf f liar that enjoyed luncheon at
T her flirting and her and II betor.11 the entire country. In 1110 th. "valu
make-up a m 1'11.
the greatart measure of truth Ju Florida City ea Tuesday Included" II soul from defeat.
ties )4, belpfuln*, her "permanent". silo sticks, mile ot the. *o tbra and ot tb All *ont! Canto war requested to per bead" for the United Italic wa
She says, "Th men won't love yen U AN' APPLE .... In lilt this bad Increased t.
We bettors that It to our duly county, without repeating one toot Hat cntria with superintendent ofI.partm.llt
to serve the Tubllo to the. boat .( you talk of politic." t showed them t* till full eitent the Jam** Donn, 411 WtFlaglcr flglibrw: What do you think of only III.II. If that I* not a good

aw ability, that w. moat keep faithwKh development of this _Iloa.( They on or before :March 1, *o when you see an apple-one ot those showing (In Florida) In comparison,

the Bubll* at all time., and And then therein another one, woman were impressed particularly with th ufdoUnt space could b* provided roy, _""m.llln. one from the I'm a poor Judge and you oaa read the

that t* d* a* w* mart print all w* admire work; the county official ar* doha B. early to ensure plans for *t gIng. Hood River Valley* figure t* lull yourself

the Mwt without f., or favor or To tell her virtue and bar charm two In providing smooth ell road to all Lowbrow: Oh, nothing much, except Coma folk might think Florida I*,

prejudice or color, silos honest ktania will require. Mctlo of tilt county.PLAJt No charge for space. that It I i. good to cat and COM. backsliding In toe livestock bnnlneae' f

publicity belt promote community She "houaekeepe" with the beet of a nlrkl Do you think .t anything .but just compare ritt me the relatlve .

welfare, 3. them and oook to beat the band, etc when you see ont Increa "valu per bead between -
FOR JTXiniDA I Ie
not a more dellcloui fruit.Th.a .
And It doeen't take her all the day, .... Highbrow: That depend" upon the the ..... and Country a* a
City planning I* talked of but not I there'* guavas, strawberries,
WE TtAfc THE WORM came her work I* planned, mood I chance to b* In. If this b whole. In 110 the average Florid
muoh practiced. Th* trouble b th.t' banana, grape, fig, *-th* Utter '
The City of Homestead end the Red She loves her children quits a bitthey've reminiscent or reflective. I think of animal wa worth only 40 percent a*
oltlw are nut built-they grow, anno fhre grown, In other elate, but comIng .
land Dlitrtot ar4 attending ft cordial ( gunning little chick). one .... tell from the begtnnln later than In Florida It.is need a number of thing. muoh ft* the ftvarag* animal, of the R

welcome t. Vlnlton to the Fruit Pellval. .. And make that love eke haste for her. what th* growth ..1It..*. Many a 1 lee to go Into detail Whatever can Lowbrow: Such., for InetanceT entire country By 1114 U bad Increased

Every one of u* who, bat beento love of politic. village laid off with broad streets to be grown In the United State cm Highbrow: Oh, well It rtmlnd ra* to 10 percent In 1110 to II

the Festival .la aura that the dltrlct *- allow plenty of room for crowd, ar be grown la Florida and generally I* of roty-chkd maid I need to tee percent. And now in 1114 It 1* more
abe also writ.. club paper. and ih*'* In than II
la getting wonderful adverting Oormany; *ruch 5e mother-nature percent.
village till and th. crowd do not ready before competition begin from
through the prtjaoi cultured through' and through I appear I other quarter, but this state find ud to maUl or of Mather Ev and Now" to you and to m., all this
Zeta keep ea "telling the world'We She known *h*. quit food-looking : her famous apple and apple-tr and mean that Florida cattl. and hogs
I Put what .U the matter with Mat It more profitable to grow the special
take our produoto. even our soil, and rejoice In II too. planning here la Florida Condition product that van b* grow nowhere ot her puedo and seductive friend are of ft .higher. quality than ever be

congratulation to ).r. Walton-to the I IpoI.nllal She even ne rouge sometime.-4o la thl tats brake such a thing poIbl *. else except her and In California, the *,,,,onl. From thl* I to on to seethe fore Connect this with the fact that. '
investor who eomai partlyto tell the awful truth- picture of Ralph Hodgmn'i Eve our li a young itate, agriculturally
and edvlaable. W* know a vt Now the idea I* thin Experiment
an what our country can boast of But you can't fool her on politic*- number, producU that can b* grow in the cultivation of product for a* she Hand listening to what her ai well ai otherwle ,and you have

and partly 10 ..)ey the amusement she know the gam, fornooth here and nowhere .... eat of the which there .. a demand-product* i tempter has to lay; much reason to fool pepped up, friend
To her children and her country and and fellow farmer.Borne .
that wr provide.Lot's n.lIln.,
Rocky Mountain. Why not plan to that can b* grown with profit In this .
make tilt Featival bigger and religion etUI she sticks Listening, wondering,
have the la .
** product Quantity elalhould b
grown encouraged. Influenoes -
better .,cry year. She say, "Why, can't you M* Itf- Eve with a berry people" look on religion merely
that will leave large to
ft profit should b bearIn
brought to
I th., the heart of politic" Hair-wy to her Up." I a* ft fire eecape.-E*
the grower Instead of putting I* nil part of the elute to enlarge
IKWT' UKf-l'IHK TUB TOIH1STCAM Again, th* apple remind
many egg la one basket than some. a* much no possible th* ember of m* of old
WAslflleUTO't COMMENT: the appls.tre.In bloom when A man U never "r.leara.Ell. .
It
of them will get broken or will, de- product which Florida will supply to se9m.

However much the tourist 'camp Th* 11Il11parallv.\ --unlmporUnc of prow the prlc .,,.*"*. the. Country, Effort l should' also be a* It there had been a iwect-wented .

may b* regarded ai a factor of o.ue. hat considering' ill product ot made |*.iwpularlm such ei the produce now-fftll during tb. night, ., when
tlonabl valu to the hustle which attain work of man, held\ by him the tree wa wtarlng t.% .... of
the soil Florid has Inflnll v fQbtni\
an a* are now little known., Florid
have neourgd It, the last rtmajnt .t th. tlm* a. of the highest Interest '1.1,. This state .. now producing hoolil b* made the center of a dl- In her hair;' Joyce Elmer *ang.It t THE MAILBOX I r

that It I* ft oonaldarabl factor la Flor and the ama ing life Inherent In what, fifteen million boxes of citrus fruit verification such a* no other date I am hungry, I may think of apple .
Ida' .....,, lire dumpling and the I1OMEOTRAD.Th .
quaintly dreeed OPEN LETTEn TO
lu ,. and that with
la beginning, often looked upeaof grove are already art out one poealbl Koptloa can duplicate
la )UUml doss not flgur a* largely maid. who "Florid cracker"and
were fond of them; and writer !* a
will double thl In ten and
then
as no Importance I* trlklngly 11utratil nearly yer proeperlty would flow/ In
a. la sonic amallar plkoea, htrt Thl dose not that from then I think what a wtiard of a cynthetlc .U Dot ashamed of the nickname,
In two new* dlpatch of mean orange grow.log today siwamaTlmesUnion."It .
tilt t.urit lump really li ft temporary the day. will b* unprofitable for Florida chemist the apple-tree must be because ho has had no home ouuld d

aftnax: at social, cnnaaqucnc Not only I I I. much nearer than California to product such ft bit. of lusciousness Of Florida for several year and ..-

has It grows In the cultivation of *o' One tell of Ih. Armlirtlo Memorial to s1)the principal' markets thai If It you want to live In the kind or ft u th* appl I* from dull earth, In- peou to live and die In the land of

clal .te.bll1hmentl and fttaomplUh. formed from th* railway oar I come to competition Florid will, town visible air and warming sunshine; and unnhlne and flower, the Lord willln.

menu .u far M the camp IUI .. 1'1... In which tk* armistice WM ,survive Hut the demand for eltrii Like the kind of a townyou like, then I think of Robert Frost and his Tb undersigned praetlod medlcln

nornnl I. but IU ftotlvltla hir signed' falling Into ruins although fruit will b* nearly twice a. great I ou ntedu dtp your clotas In a grip Oood-Dye and Keep Cool, which eon- twnty-flv year In Washington, D.

reached out lot* the Ufa of the par It was conveyed to the ground of the And Mart on a long, long hike, elude' with theae lines C. and seven week, after belplnf to
ten year from now ai It la now. Thirty
nuutanl aommunlty of which It has become ovallde*. la Parla, for prtMrvatlon. the production amountedto You'll only Bnd what you left behind "I wish I could promt to lie la the nominal the Hon. Woodrow Wllion

tot a Urn ft kind DI IntffraUlrlnau Tht other record* the unearthing, I* year only ail tight million bOll* and the For 'h...'* nothing Ibat' really\ night for the presidency In July, It U. at
.' *, what, WM one ancient Phoenicia, ot pew And sharen E
next not halt Since aa orchard arborealplight Baltimore lid. thle wrlttr wa oon-
year co many
ThoM who bars rf ardtd the tour- what la d *eribd a. the arllet 1114'tht* country he. Increased only ft.. a knock at yourvMf when you ecrated In his tome at Waahlncton.

let temp with Indlfftranot, or with' no known alphabet, dating back to at 10 per cent In population but U hi knock your tow, Whoa lowly (and nobody com. with D. C and ha been preaching th* got 1

Interest whatever, hive failed to take 'I..t 110 B. C. Increased nearly three hundred percent It lan't your town Wr you I ft light!) pel and doing the work of an evangelist -

Into thttr curtly force which actually Tile lloablt atone, discovered' In la th. consumption of ehruefrulL Its beat Ink lower under the sad: ever line. Retiring from practice

amounts to much nor than fttypiy I Itl, dating back' to lit R. C. I II the Hut there ar*. a number .f other Real' towns, are not mad by iren But eomethlng ha to be left to Ood." tan years ago, he cam to Florida

came of wntlally unstable and I arliMt record *f a* alphabet the product that can b* grown In Florida I afraid Lowbrow, '1'0. bran who ba his October I, HIT and preached at

namadle character.Nan world poeeeeee. ,apt for this new that would pay bndomey. They i Lest somebody else.. got fthad.When living te earn, that .em. a multitudinous Princeton, FU, two year.

)-.aubatantlal and worthy peopleare discovery. have grown, enough already t* how I everyone work and nobody and uperfluou way of think We are anxious t* disabuse the

t. ba found among th* campers.They To "I 01 today the Armlatlc Wa that their production on ft larger scale hlrki ng In connection with a mere apple. mInd of thOM who do not understand

have chosen thla mod. Of living the meet important event In our live, would meet 4 hungry market Third You MO rain ft town from the Do you find such excursions profit- our motive and will be delighted tahav

toe the time a* a meant of r.ouM It meant lbs .#.| of war, privation, I I. already. la this' data ft Urge development ..dead.Aid able? an opportunity to ". .* a roo

| >ratlnn er conservation or kealth tath death infCerlog. It meaa0--se w. of pecan grave 'This I* If, whll you make. year persona'stake Highbrow For earning a living for till faith that I Ii In 118", for our

tarni-notnt climate which we sit) I bought- view world ardef, charity almost .* promising for North Florida perhaps yea, perhaps not; but for mak. only object I* to please the Lord who

brag about but which comparatlvtly peas., brotherhood of nation, rehabilitation. a* eltru.1 culture I* foe the koutlt- Tour neighbor can mk" his too' log life worth living, meet decidedly called M out ot our profMalon to advertl .

f.w ft ui utlluw la any logical Sod reconstruction, happlne, era part et the *tat*. lour town will b* what you want to yes. In the ea** of making living, ** Jewel; for "..0. U onto m.
advanta.*oui manner. ( I would remind you of th. It I
fact that toot the
I To them who carved them the Confining attention t* fruits and we. preach goipeU"Our

It seems upon a careful consider. I tone* *n which they "wrote" their sate alone tile variety I.* toot greet t* No' It Isn't your town- It a you." the beafoten of the no have been home has boon ta Florida City.

Gout H( the subject! that th* tourist" alphabet' were probably of no greaterlmportanos do more than merely mention ft few, Enchants... the men who. were able to Imagine the last two year. W* would like to v

cftmpw has the better of th. argument than the primer In which this date should supply the country I I' what other and duller men never tell you hew w* have a gospel ml-
nor I. It right to> lib II even dreamed of Thla I true In Ion
mlnltalia r w* print aura Tel the alphabet. with pineapple. They are being I A MAN WHO VIOLATES THE on the Dixie Highway north of
,
trad Tilu la aonaequrnc* of his' earltart of laventlont ee'.nCl' and Invention, atatecraft and the Hometd Hotel, secured without
literary revs.lutlonl.ed grown now luoeeiafully in th* *outl LAW Ia neither a Republican nor aDemocrat
comltif new shops soil slurs* hart the world and may Juittyb ere part ot Florida Th. eultlvatlo bat a CRIMIMAU--Union In alt noble enterprise. If the** man money, auto, or a church txtilnd u*.

sprung 1111 '"' his vouvenle.net<< aaj :ti* considered to b* th*.foundation ot thl crop received a set back ft towyears Blgnal. want to mk fortune, they art the W* understand It has been ft long tlm ,

cnlrli..t.. hi.. quota to the ohaan.U steno ot cMlleatloa ae welt a. .duraUon. age but It I* being rommed with one* In th. beet possIble eondltloa ilnc Homwtead had a revival of
of oammvroo not specifically set to do eo-the. plodder with the boe old tint
up Without the alphabet thr .uccee both on the Eat and West religion and a* w* preach
t* his We can all afford to b* geseroeswith can not hoe ft row with them mat.ter gospel
*rw would b* only plctvro writing such 00.51, no the Paul preached and th. goo-

Quit aside from luck contldeift'tlona. \ .. the ChJneM/ have: clumsy, lnfloleat Kxpertmeat with the avocado hav the thing we don't how\ intently ke confine his mind i pet, a* taught by John Wesley, w*

Ih* toorUt camper becomes forth and keeping such wtodom a* been astonishingly ..III1H1II111\_ to potato, o I have 10 healuaoy la Inviting yon to ,
r
tint ft distinct and, aa they ear ,her let enly for the few., id*. The product la thl Mat ba Wo are .Inclined t*W1IDt'EJl.1 Mind, after all wend mad t* b* coma ea Sunday "at' i, p. m. No collection
I poor laat displayed by the aotlve and many-aided, not Mail and ,
oa the Mat 'out at character'. Individual The bumbl Invention been amall but It baa yielded wonder' I
which mad don't Ilk* to*.-1:..
inert.
0011I10' and otega. lie p)***** the world. limos eves Its tarlloat fal profit The tow of thl* fruit I* K. a SHADE, M. t>.

and looking on the paaeln* ..... from record ........ta for thlrty..a* ./ *- Increasing and it la capable of a much .

a vantage point poeeeeend by no other ri.., And cur boaMd monument of wlded and more rapid Ino....*. -

'l'* *r-riorlda.iSONLYAQUtSTION, out great peace, beclnnln. la falling Oa* Bf tb. llnMt fruits eve> Mi... \
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l lot ruin after eta yri"Tb 'i i th* ;mango; TW* da aet refer'* THE CAMERON & BARKLEY CO.

I kind that ta generally known-. ,

a 51IT majority. of crime ar* torn I" kind thai th* Jokeamltha pay
'
mttttd by Mr boys wider twenty.aoMNvmtyfhr b* eaten only la ft bath tub

per eon, of th* Thl. I* ft fairly good fruit and *"ldb Shafting f i Pulleys Hangers Boxes'J
f ,
youth under twenty.flvv says Jtt4e produced In much greater ajuantf- ,

TIME UNTIL EVERYDESTRIANWLHM W C. Harris, rreddent or the K*o' ted than It I* produced ..w. But Leather and Rubber Beltings .$'* '

rat State Pat Aoclatn. Tk* (*iwt"Tti this fruit ka been brought vp M k* :

bom baa exceed to b* a ihri .: Mllne by careful cultivation hal
OR WNGS.XT' Piping Valves and .1. ;
A CAR
top moral and rtllgton training des i iacee the tultlvatad product ft* ta, Fittings.

i land tbs judge. 'The remedyf "What above the fruit from wklck It was I '

w* seed ta ft revival .t th* home" developed a. the me* highly clvtllnd Bulldozier Power Pumps \

/ II. oay*. A correct analysis ,tad some rasa ta above the savage ot CoatrftlAfrkna.

wholesome ftdvk, tay w*. jtrtAtl It c*. be out ftronud aid Centrifugal

dbwbediear t* area,.", .... *4 palled apart without th* stringy *ub< Phone 3166 Miami Pumps a'

I the end of the age, Wdf tMvtMbtydtedala dance that rungs to seed In the .ndrlop4 >

i ts tor ttOItlltk"t.4 l .*....r.IIIIOIIt.ut trait aad can b*. fate

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Huh atarted oat with IIMebvdy r Willie wen tlmoat through=hi* readng llyetaader=.I ........ that yea

EHlr 4 > ftft iIIOMEBQYSARE WM heavy any fun Thai lewon when be cam to a word treat that gentleman vary i.iiiaattilly -
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names In the .... .r. Imagine a genuine "
fisherman having a rant to lead Barqup. prompted ike teacherBarejaa I our early _LIeN Mpataadtr-- Bull

them for htm' I .. Willie'" exclaimed theteacher nattier! Why, bee net more tba It
By EUNOR MOeUQUeY: Ii I
"1 upset totttorNewpaa I There to no better phMe In Ute worldto barahlyWIIU years of agv" aaraajeaaaa--"That'

dF flab than In Ik* warfare m Btaoaya* .*. looking 111I at the teacher, sear be lna" bat be pay his .hale eat

.n are winner. of the FISHING IS ART Bay oK of HoaMetMd Amrthiag ...., .*.< set. "......- wWe! *. the dm of every Mt tII."Hotof
... ..,. Dr. Albert M Hy4rChautawvaa .
t. that My fe k.rean cent poariMy de- tn htMeaa A",__ Alto

kwtarar Tweaty.fire, Ira t> there eveer day .ta the ,*.*,.
GIVEN SECONDLEAGUE MIEN CARRIED.
yean ago the Mw Took TBM wool L4t'a" pI

probably hare glees a quarter of a I '

HONOR, o4nma to a DempMqr.rfrpo, n Wl ON RIGHT WAY Over 100 rounds,,Fish T. H. MONK, Distributor

Mow It gives column t* OMattend event Caught by Local Men

Game in Miami Left Home **, not by two 1t11ll.red people. Local Sportsman Says Rea) Who Find Big GroupersOver INTERNATIONAL MOTOR TRUCKS
formerly but 'fef flftr hundred
stead Ranking Nextto Ien Fisherman Does It
IkoiuaJid'i .t Others 1
Miami thoua4wtille ; Casually ttt pound of na wr *avghpart

,flgtll. ..teloS, (or enttanee" Twenty .--+- by a ot ima Man who were IMt N E. Second Aveniw

thouaa4Jpxtra*..' tl enMIng the (By Creek end back/by Cbgkoaovbgkit MIAMI, ILOIUDA
The boy1 rlr$ team ..t the high Mettot; )

w'hool mad a good ehewleg" lent Ft*. vnt I* our jally paper* Ito .,1.. bet Back li*the dayajevliea' phonograph piloted fcy "V4, Redd: eat Broad Creek Monk wants motor truck business

lay night In tha pine played *n the}} : from" the pro. ;.f : record* wr* nadeftound like hottWtaete and back! bytf{ tear Creek. en his your

T. M. C. A. court againat, the Lies -Wom. IKgentl breeding". Drtfyde .......nwinerilke' e>.allver. dollar launch tile tint ot the ...k. Tbtm
I nveaught sod
several tUr(reaper
rrom the Miami high wbool Tb sabot'swee '
affirm "*r* found In the prl'" somebody wrote a oon.- .
soma fin mapper and reported a
It 40 la favor of the Miami
hrobby -wbleb
today lINt a* they lonr rambled
,
tight Mdlenotw good time .
ii'am I about-ti* them 1 el Netting. I IJ.
found at the much reviled
prevent .art-I'
The. Illanl teem proved to ba the I were P' Umptuwy, frank Skill. Herbert -
ancient Komaa gbvdltorlal combats The phonograph record w* I
hamplen In tb. East Onset Loagu t'fcl. Stoutenburg, Mr. King, Paul '. w .ter ,
song lobbed In part I y
.nd line }Hmeote ram tbs nearcal Turnage. W. V. Steven P. O. Barker j
& this tlm..duoatore and laymen 'FUnlng. Fishing. .la ono of the gen
'.. tying with Mjaralgl weonit In |tiajnw < I and C lt Benke were the men who
reoognlring, the fact that compul tie arts, 4a
I.J.
.empoes4tho part*
The Homestead line-up ....SI Mr ',phy 4oal education should hav Whether you fish foc'fl.hM. or wb tbr .
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sea: tenter, Jaon Avery forward
Harold Roben aod Q1611 Campbell; Bureau ot Education baa raid: Admitting that ter. are certain to
Health need oannot b* neglected
wtrd/t Albert Bra;;lry and William be thrill In the art of finding forhearts Reritaurant may com
without eerloo dangle to. the indlvldual And reetaurant may go, Wut
liochelor and claiming bat fishing for
1 But wt on toreverlRECTOR'S I
and t* the rau The eeon co
.
Two more double header fishes to a builncai. and not an art,
day school should, therefor, provide
bay been arranged with out. -.m"l this article to l written/ to wt the public
/.ma ; (' i bealll., Inetruotleni IncuUat health right OB the lull!",'ot what a, real. CAFE
; h blt% or, nl.* an,.eftectivo programot
fisherman I*, and why. RELIABLE
;
I phyileal actlvltlea, regard health Incorporated :
A man or woman who flibta tor
Homestead Pupils Get 10'1 oe.dsin planning work and play, and .
.hint get the joy out ot lift that
Regular Exercise Now ,oo-operat with home and community 40 East Flagler Street j jr
particular fishing day
Iq safeguarding, and promoting health
In 15-Minute Periods InterMt.'. People who fish for fishes are work- MIAMI, F1.ORIDAModern FISHING TACKLESECURED

I I Athlelle sport then should hold lilt'honor.bl. leg for a living or. just plate, pot hunt '

L K llennet, principal of the liom.II. .- place In the achool, DripI .r*.

.... aohoola, hart arranged a Mhedol aler- .."ral Palmer to Fearoo In Anybody who. Ilkti to flab' who la a
I erne fisherman, know that tb. antI- AT
or the grade t* ,tollow'ln! parrying ,commenting on athletic port .In a
aloft dpatlon of the trip the trip Itwlf and
ut an Clut.doo ph training pro- 'recent article royal Illgbtly admln- ,

ursnt :I h'' .Inb.red It trengthni. th. weak. Improve tile contented deep that nlII.1I .
th tin combined, I* the ultimate in lifo, tvt !!Yjl' "
Hy ihortenlng rcoei* period v
the weak place |n the strong
minute and k..pl the Children U clear the brain, trachea boy and Th. flihtrmaa who fishes for fishIng PHILLIPSIrA

:'nul..lon..r' after choofi, the fach'r young men to rpert their bodies will arrange hU trip very dlfercntly \.
flnil, It pomltil t* gl.,\b.pupil from the other 01..... H* will
and to know the relation' ot a clean
I. minute. ot outdoor irolee. ....- ponder over It the day before wild a
vlgoreu' body to aa active mind end
,led on according to Approved raiser ca honorable llf*. Rightly conducted, feeling that I* almost aa Joyous a. the v Hardware Coipany 'f 4 4e

physical eultur No two room It I* a atthool of manly aklll, ourgboneety ., trip itself; h. will to to the water

.aka this *ir ilee *t the Mm time. aelf-eontrol and courteey eaiually and stay on the water. raauaily
but each room table tilts turn. and come back home when tb* spirit .;
Wrongly conducted, It to a school *f
move hIm. He. will net have a watch MARINE HARDWARE
I bad manner, vulgarity. tricky evulcin, .
to look at nor *.dinner.engsgem.ntto ..
I brutality, the Ideala not Of a true ( I
"ChartiDs" Still Keep sportsman. but ot a porting man!" worry -bout, and It thetksh. bite he I

Their Tennis Titled will wonder. why a Plait .I* euch\ a fool. Equipmentwill 34 and 36 S. Miami Ave, Miami, Fla. -n

It they don bits Ji" will foul "dldn time .
lave your ,temper '

Albert Oradtey and. llareli Roberts : GAMES PLAYED went any flub an>hcwj. Oh, well, themoon's And effort Modernize '. -
and tb* UUe'e home
wrong wrong your moat economically
ware defeated In teniiln double Wed
and, It* too cold and too warm and by procuring your Near the bus office f
,*day afternoon by Claude Campbelland OFF THIS WEEKFive 1 .
Tom IxuRila Tbpames wire maybe well have better lock next household equipment here. re
uetday One coneoletlon won't
1 low and Interettlng dO
have 'era to eoalei Mam'a pigs all Phone 3215 '
The Ant wt VM won b :\ > ft and Teams Are Competing MILLER LOCKS; .
t\A Igbti; better. lab. Could rat a bale
Harold with a scorn of .. The other l in the TournamentThis I o. hay .... "'''!'". '
I.we sets were Seine nets rod In Paver guard all youf other poumlan, ', \ ff
Week Here an illustration of the other .
of 1
Includlnf mind,
"i Claude and Tom w that counting your peece
kind of tUberman A tourist wa oberved and guard them supremely welL
return the 10..,. 'iack,< Several more basketball! game. In at Jewfish sitting In the stern A good line of Wile Padlock,
In tying the worn, for ,
every purpose are on display
the InterclM tournament now being 0' a high claai launch Ke wore a
her*. Ask to one them.
held In the high whool are te be dock robe, a collar, diamond, SO-cent
Freshmen Are neaten j
played off this week. Igar. and was attended by a valet and W. D. HORNE CO. I
In Game With Grades Wednekday afternoon the sophomore a maid Going through JewTUh drawbridge -

and junior girl played and. on Wed a tarpon attack hi* troll, He Homestead, Fla. ".

Tk* grad boys wmtloped the treihma neaday night the junior and option" banded the rod to his valet who .u___ i'
'
In a snappy game of banketbaJI I more boy played The freshman mail the big' mistake of trying to bold .

IIIan4 Wednesday afternoon. Tb. and sophomore buy will play acme 1& tarpon on a line with his bare 1
9
ore wa 14-It. tight thl week, but the time hat [naer*, The servant naturally dropped .

The line-up follow: not yet been decided It berauM It was hot, aDd about

J'R f:1I: II MJlN I Center; Hill T>*1Urorward : The (entor* and freshmen are running 10 worth at high elae tlehlug taokl ':

., Earl Matthew, Roy Smith; a He. .They here etch loot sad wa passing .Key Weet la about two 490

guard. John Tower 114: rln Capllngcr won the arcs number ot tame. minutes, at the rate of apeed that :1

GRADES: center, kail: Goodrich; A eoaipM teed Track ebb alUted lady sad rob -

rtrwarda, Ted 11 0 w.rd. Ht Elmo amhU.U.OU.......................................... CIMSSISONLV. M70M
uiiiiiiiiiiiiiKiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii ''' Illlllllllllltllll1111- z prim..., w 5. D.treit :
Toting. guard. 1UI1 Olradley, Cliff

l louoton.AapwheN. I 1 MATHEWS TRUCK{ LINE CO.: \ I N I I I II I I I'' II (uII I !I i lid I IIi II I II 1 't: i 1


you go In tits Norm you --- + I I

will hear people talking shout Miami. = ( I j I I I II II I I II I I I I I f =

Tour frtrwl. are InU'rH'''l In the Ijixtmal ,; All kinds of freight hauled from Miami to | I ; I I I i I i I II I 'I
t j I 1 I I I i II r III I I "
uf fVirhla.V1iy srt.tl them IQ II iI'I I II I y.,., ,,_ c.II
The Miami) IlmUl foe a ......U, tI.I..o..t i Homestead. See us for prices on hauling grape- | Wi ? ,

The |ttoUire* ami general | fruit and tomatoes to Miami. f '3 ,;1, ;

sews Morlv will gins them a far

**..** Ides. ot his nHlon of tlieMiMry xMATHEWS I II \1 i1 r 'I
| & SAUNDERS f !
.> than your fetter couhl; and i If I i ::
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II i ,
may stake them your r*''t floor aHboe *;* I II I I .

\ Yon out kerwl The IlwaldMuntb site I TELEPHONE 35-6 |! i j I \ I '

tea M tent or three MoaUMtoe :: I I I II 11iI I 1I I I illlLil I I II I I IS

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HUNK R. MniTTII, Publliihe .4..e .in.en erW.rest ;.t... =:' rw Mts. ; t
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\'111'1'Miami' FLORIDA MOTOR TRANSPORTATION co. A New Ford Steel Truck Body


P115111 TO n.oI1)my The Ford Motor Company nlakinsthobod7re.di1yadsptabl.>> \' :r. .
A.M A.M. P.M. PM. P-Of.Pjtt.. I ,

Popular Place Miami ......_.._......_......." : ,:'OIlOU ,,00 :10 I o 1573 I r announce: the production of. for funeral nets Screen rides and '.,' 'f1
Kendal .....__......._._. .... n'u: '.15 11:11: 1:25: ':11 ':15 1026 new all-tied body and steel end doon may eaaily be IntoUed. .. '
Kendal .. ....._......_.- .....-... ':'1111:11I 5:1: 1:10: ':ItII, :'. weather-proo! cab, mounted oa Theo new body built ol .of ,
Palms Cafe: tleawa .... : 505 1105 51{ tat tat legit heavy
Rockdale .::::.::::::::::. : :: axes; 0:1011:10 tae; :lI ; I :: t the famous Ford one-ton worn sheet steel strongly reinbtced '._:
Perrin 5210 ):d4 11:04: lid : t drive chassis farming a complete and riveted,designed atand
Excellent cooking Peters .. ::::.::::=::::::::::::: :::: tIO:: 5:1011:01;: u, ; 5:10:: tide 10:45 haulage unit at the remarkably udder th. to
Ooahl. .._..__..__..- ':11 .:It 1I:1t 1:10: RIO Poi ISIS low oi $4 up moat omits usage. ,, p
Polite aerrlo films Pont ..._..... ........,. 0:111.a: : 1P: .:.. 6:11:6. 11,51Prtnetoq price % Loading tpace I* Jour lest by 'ro,: I
._._...-I. 1:11151f: 1201: 0:07: 0:57: .:"IUet Steel flare board and end see* see two 'nehet, I
Nsragta 524115:10 1:10: : 6:10 : : pie i,
It... w FtagWMk.MlMnl.ru. Medan.. =..::::,=::::::::: :: Side; 15:11: It1: $ n: : 0:1;: { tale 11:15tnmwtes4 with tockeu permit the UM ol The ".* r-prool. cab i* 'i ,

{ tI:: ::::: m: 0:10 nl: ifet11110thouIda ; : : f stakes ud high fitted wit Ja >
City .:::..::..:: : : dale : 0:50111:10'Saturday i lid boarel. or r.se ovablee I
ja
FLORIDA EAST COAST sad IlubJMt 11111I4a to change ilia late without only on notlas I.:" ,. Inn. pea. : the mounting I ..dfne44(2wwSew de's. I doo.palal. "a ," l'

RAILWAY 01 a canopy top, cartaiaa "

... FLORIDA CITY TO MUltlAM. '; .Jt.:':

OONDEJISI.D ru<' ICltVU..S A-M. P.M. P.M, "..1iIlurlda Authorized Ford Dealers = II I\\

I' ..._..___.._.._..___._ :o. 5:00 1le0: 0 0 iiIf
.\* I-nrtbe IntwmatkM. See UMTtrke _.... __.___.._ t:1 P1I5Ille: 1:10 able tale
Ag-lUEPARTVniM I "octoll" _'''__'_'''_'''_ ;111 IIIlli: $ 1:11 5:15 t11aNarenla ,
tOM: HOME. I lie 0:1011:10 lIe'alo 1:10Prtneetna -

," __....__.._.... .. tll 5:1111:15: 1:11 gal taliltle.rk
EffeetlifO Jaauary I, till Polae _......._.__ 1Ir III 11:17: 111 521+ ,:., .
fiIOt1TR1KU.1't' ) 04I1Id. ,---,......_._ it 1:11 11:11 1:01 511 1:11'I : I
Peters ts1 :0111:41: 1:41 5:11 1:4lI :
N*,. M>I CnactM ltostba.aM... .UMrpcn--_4 Ill<.. P-a M.Ma r '"1'eeetne-:::::-::::::-=:.__.;.._ Ida 5:40: ltdt 5:44: St40 TddRockdale -
1:50 S./e 11J0: tic iii 1:00Neeaon : "
WOimiBOUWDWe : ..:::::.::::::::==::::':. __ tIa 5151/at 1:01II ::61K sI '
M OwchM ....Moepew 1 1,.1 p.. Mjt eatal $::0110:50 lee 0: 0:00 5:00Kerkla L.I CARS TRUCKS TRACTOJCSa -
e. U Coactooa .,..1:II .. as.j. ::===::=.: ::::-- 1:01 d.n6 6:01 5:55htiant ; I .., : '
n. n.tu.,1t'R, _.___ __............._...-.. SlICIhIlO 1:10 6:10 1:10: .:.. : :: : inSc. r 'iv'-- ::11d' ?

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l THE JUDGE And then the Law Stepped -toMB-- .

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wo TWO reuowsCHARQfO HAVB YOUKNOWI I YES J ran vrnM1 YOUR
01 DUHriO VRITD f UT >N THATS vita
ORE WITH ,XtSr bvMAT
EACH OTHER
JED VtGHTtnq ON tHE LOMQ ? YEIRtS i) WUR TRYITq t01 ra
JEST HAPPCMGO. T'hb B6Tt't,
PUNIC HIGHWAY. VYAtVT rA < yER H01/CR WHEN T'N6
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row ::0.I OTIFIWR 9TfpPfD i Ptfl
WHO HAVfTO + You

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: Oar bunlitM* ii BOW at a atrtctl raIoma Blanca Shampoo P. J. CONDON, .- --RENT. r WANT AU3LOtPaokag. 'X>n RENT ,b! fl


eub..*.... Boat ** for reedit Tb. remedy for Dandruff and all Watchmaker and Jeweler WOMAN'S CLUB BUILDINGFor containing brood, FOR J\JN'II-Tw9: room orer (ana..
.II' Bcalp 1.-- arteraeon and avcnlafpartleC Electric!: Bfhlj and rtinnlnf _lor. f
i: Abourook Ftniac lNak*. SOLE AGENT O. B. MATNARDBox 146 N. E. First St. ., : basaaia, tunchaona oto. and whit yam scarf about hallflalahed 111 Phone ".J, IMf
4t ,Atoo kntttlnc noedleaMndec
Miami Fla. .
MRS W. R. CROW President
Florida City Florida frailty Mh.n r...EUly. toll ;
W. Fleeter Miami" Fla. Reward. II
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... ..... r.. -'.-- ( LEGAL NOTICES J|| 1.
\ WANTED-aomeane who eta repair

aid put !" ardor a. old Bnejlleb IN COWKT OF TUB COIHTY41IWB.
grandfather' clock. Apply l<.....r STATIC (>r tl/OKlOA, ;
office, II DADA. VOVXTY.IN .
RB ESTATE OF THOMA8 A. COL- t
Detwaaed
WANTED-To Mil lira. cheap foe To all Crrdltora, I...atM>a. IMXHIMim .
cash, A.k for Mlehelln. and alee and AU remn Ma.lnj tlalamIVoMMMl .
In all rdom-there
is no tot. the dopa on ti. sow Armour w *A...... Bald fcatatai l
Ton and .."" of you are herebynotified .
'
,. Brtm of Tire ,Aloobrook.rrlo*
\ \ and r.qulrsd to praaenl waifel.lme
\ Btatlon. II-U. and .......d. which you or
.r like this, GENERAL either of you may bare ...&..... the. ,
car new WANTED-T. clean your crank eaa ....t. of Thome., Col Una. ._".
Isle of Pada Country Florida to thnnderalmed. "
FREE. Buy Ttxac oil. and |.t th. admlnletratnx at cold
full b.n.flt of lubrication. Alto- actata, within two yean from the data
MOTORS product ,- => brook ferric Station. "-.U.I of loot publication o,( this notice, or
: am* will ba barred
Dated KomaMMd Florida. Dem 'I
WANT DEER and ,,",was. Add.- bar 11. 1....
EVA, e. COUJNR. Admlnatralrlx.' '
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W. 3, Whll. Florida City. Tto. Eetata Of Thorn A. Collier, Deonued.THF .
I\-n
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:Mattress RenovatingOld

:maUrsre. mad, now tot 4 trtfla. IN nnnrr COUMT.HtCVlT. I..I.EY j.
L Our truck will b* la homaMaad tin tl'IInl' JUIRlA1. (' ,
f SIX OAI)1 (1mINTY,
: a at drat Tuatday. of the month. Drog tUHtlD '
port card to FLORIDA, MATTRESS In fhamwryBETRICH
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HERMAN.GEOROK'HBRUAN.
CO.. till N. K. rtnt ,Avanua Miami,
Florid. Phone" IIOI. ;.
: I DIVORCE'
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$795 FOR BALE It appearing' .by affidavit appended F
to tha bill filed In tha above elated
,: ," cauea that 0....... Herman the 1)r.
, FOR SALE OR EXCHANQE N.w fondant therein named ta a non-real
4 F. O. B. Factory Baker 11 bore double barrel ahoi, dent. of tha State of Florida, and pailDefendant' .

,,11> 1 Intarnatlonal 1-11 tractor 1 Itm realdenca. la unknown
: *::1f' pin that there ta no person in the Stateof
\ DDi. .cha.loally food condition FWr Florida, tha scrub,. of a eubpnena I
; Ida City town lots. Olada land COM) upon whom would bind auoh P'feadant .
: .'". Can UM bulldlnr _tor"!. labor : and that ha I* over the safe of
twenty-one yearai; It la therefor or.
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common
altliar moaliaaloal or
derod that paid "mldaot Defendant
i What have your Edward SUIInc. ba and ha la hereby required to
i. Florida City, Florida. appear to tha Rill at Complaint filedIn ''
laid cause en or before Monday, the
J Ifth day of March, A D 1114, olharWIM i
, FOR BALE-Bradley mowvr, Bradley th* alteration* of ;cold bill I willhe
I' tractor, dUk. harrow, carptnUr taken aa aoafoeeed by ahld Defendla &

r r tool, houMhold rurnltura, gander r ,
.
L further ordered that order h.
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ft
: tool, etc. Edward 8tllln. Ohmic.letratur publtahed once a work for *l.ht eonaneutlva -
"# Florida Clt,. Florida. 1/-tf. weeks In Th. Hllm....... i
1..lor. a n.a,.. pubttahad la Sold I I
J JI County and UtateThl ii
FOR IAI -New 1-ton traffic trurk January filth lit11NN /. +
|010 f. .. b. Kay Wool, Fla. A !: SHEPARD,
Tarmi It dnilrtdFor <{Ct Ct. Peal) Cl' rlt Circuit Court.
nuln barvala.
i ,t By H. F. MeClunoy.
h particular address P O. Box Deputy Clark.

) M ti h 4IT, Homoitead Fla. W i'iCI. BROWN.u for Complainant ll-lt


FOR BALE-Iloua* car modernly 1'1 :("()1'1'ITT' JLIbOF. I
t tot'WTATgli)5)
I aqulppad; Foal 1&Ip,11A.P ly Flor- HAbIt fOUINTVII '.'r.oltm\' ,

Ida City Grocery Co.. Florida City RK FBTATH OF KLJZA II BAL-
.' 1 ...... ...W. LARI) ,
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k ro Alt 1'mdll.: ::. 1)I..erl"-
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taaMU All ..nnii* baldEEMalobM
j FOR .. .E-tI sore gntt oa Rad- or iN-mand Analnel
''f' Wins by eompahIson, .,. jJoo land Road. I acre BOW baarlncoraniM. Too and each of you are herebyioufbod .
i' : and required ta preaeM nwclalnu
: to.it ;1. ,::\ :.. ,; rapofrult. krocdoe I : and demand which you or I
acre In bunt aroeadoit 4 10101underelopid. either of you may hare "alnet thaeetata
Good bouM and beet of Ellaa U. nallard.FlorIda.daeoaaad..
late of Pad County, to th.mder.lgnod
r location la R.d lan4 Dletrlot. Will monitor of rid eetata,
D Wolfs within two year from the data of tail
tacrirlca for caih. Harry ifa

Oldsmobile SIX is a great success. It's good the car; oversize cord tires all around, and the Box nil, Homestead Fla. IT publication barred.ITomratead.of Jhl notice Florida, or earn, n.will.>

looking and roomy, weighs 2300 pounds, and the finest chassis units, such as Delco Ignition, Har- .\R $BALE-.rnl.h. ....... Cub lazy Dated 11, I.... JOHN ?. TowER, J

rison radiator and Borg & Beck clutch. Boa Tl of Ellis U Halla -
110-inch at Mrma, T. B Klrby Executor, .111.
eupple\ springs are extra long. ,It has a UomMtea4. rd, l>wa*ROBFRTH dERKrrr I

wheelbase; powerful and smooth six-cylinder All this is made possible through the co-opera- Attorney p for Executor ......
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land one-
engine (40 H. P,); body finished In black enamtfon of Oldsmobile and General Motors. You, FOR halt SALE mile-west! anrea from pine Malnlln i Corner Our buKliwe I* Sow CM a eirlt-Uy

.el, a lustrous finish baked on to last the life of as the purchaser, reap the benefit. ." 171 ,an Boo.....411.,Apply Homestead 7. ADauihertjt oadi baal. coa"U... ;

8odfyter, Ut Bpart Touring ftlfr Cab |*M| Coupe, '.'TII| ........ f IIS*. Fla. ..-.l AjUubrouk FtUlnc BUMJo ... f

The 0. H. A. C. cxlvulml parmrnl pUn make baying ca ,. All priori f. .. a. tajutnf Tax and spars lira. ....... i, .........
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GLADE LAND POTATOES BRING I rorr a HfTound of tr....". tram r Mares Ans her
SOOTH DADE HAS
compow the Hedland "ilru weald oiherwlM' be chased a* cull

BIG PROFIT TO FLORIDA CITY MAN; I ( .-'* AMoelatloa exhibit by the peeking house of the asoclaUen Big Land PurcluMeCo

ASUBDIVISIONW1T1IBAYFRONT W. K. Walton exhibit. dwrribedlcw1ir .
COST$70 AN ACRE; RETURNS$1,680 In thin hoe, In an avocado According to George Ridge, who ( ttn4 From Pat One)
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grove n mhUatttreBraoka mans.*s the local plant of The Polk landaeapo gardsntng before abe *tik.dlvkrtoa .

.. \ tine: tWaa** Maa", aiblktU' Coatpaay the canned product, which wa opened for sale Mr Mar.
Hir proof that .* crate of faaor fruit*. contains the heart of the *Tp frult rill say 1'JIe. ** are we feet '
panics aiwp for glade land". MM MLIvarman of M NMr'4M Mr. BHvonaan It
only. to growing n popularity and wide, cad oveace sr0 M tee, wide
of Florida City aa lie **Kplayd the **. sod .*. builds
Mr* only .
Waterfront Lots In Unit A i tbto papnlarlty to *n>e *4 I* reoelv watt double drtva divided by papkDip
"box of pot***** ,wb_ :jM OM |tot s*4r I mat ft ptuftd for MOTORCADE IS advertising ... ...
of Royal Palm] Beach a Ma Impetus from a national a
average diameter wee r.u k.kalt 1"0 crop tk profit wo lK k* ever GIVEN DINNER
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program whisk The Polk Com- DwiMnT*. roa. p IINII.... of
Sell :FastOM tacbom. f / Ills 1. U, *MM CITY tracts ..
: AT FLA. pan baa startedT'Wtore the twgforty-acro, ontf aa-
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"I plaBU4 toms pot***** between
I "If the mark** dose not kappr to other etep.in thffaevlcpmnt program
are weloom at the plantof
*,4h'moat auawasful real rows ot tomato**" oo..a Sa Hf. sit.verman
: b* fclcn nouk t* atlafy tae growoc > _on4lne0' I From Pat One) The Polk Oo In Homestead.; Mr. which lJ la e tW out la the Re*.
stale dcMfepmtnU la Math Dad That eI.- t
during 04/f/na: ***!'season ha lIMn The yield I* very wa h.avfRnd JugC i bite'aj s tat k* can wait tIll A Improv, fur p ..I:i heard before *B. ylel. Ridge said They are Invited to In- land District, aoWrmg to MT. Uorrk" ,

Royal PiilnJ JJsarbWa subdivision. 0' -, U lu(*. Aayway, urn his step will kp. In tut respect ton left the church t* to to Heme- ilpet the canning procea*. Plan tor the Improvement of thta
avyo It bee a doldd a4Aanl*.a vrr a property will be announced later.
the temoukButler j| tat*, for many tiatbe of them are jar,*. I'"* lust Stead t* see the Fruit Festival parade
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year on* gh :X. A* ... ., potato I* muck belter Th art of saying appropriate word
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t property I* looet.dibe pound on the fild to one man Herbert S. Btrttr, president of tll.1181. Court
best known avenue of royal palm*, ,Mft Silvering "''estimates the mailfttm 'than ft law you, Mr. Bllvormanaid '\' ... (Society.' WM *nthuiUstI Before Mayor's. la a kindly way, to one that never

,. South Florida I* which then art foot of ,,rodiiolnt an acre ofpoUtooe bssause beet market price I. ta hi* praise at FloHdcJD jr1 hospbUllty --... goes out of fathlon. Dover ete.B to

nor thaa 100 tree, .,arranged" throe *n glade land at IT' at the W. beeauM th* winter ",at". and the future ol Ttorlfa* City James Johnson negro. wag fined pleas, and to within reach of the
| or parr b.ttt for tie crop than .,,a., In court Monday morning whet humblest.-Nugget*.
stately fowl., M(&.t Thin h* said !W about Ubr and surrounding country* ,"J..)j ..
I* tieS ;-arm.n;. wcatbcrUUUr la tins found guilty ot Awing been disorderly -v-- t :
Th. subdivision, ha-been visited 11* Meg than the coat of an soreo0totuatoes. Th Rsv Sir ..Treemanpastor ofthe
by wore of looludlni, Xt the rat ht. -rssui? ;s'BoSieHt'Mr" : \ ;' I by fighting flam, Furgeson, asgro, latin* tbs traffta ordinance, forfeit
peopls-dallt; potatoesylelddd church thanked! tni!. t'"I-! forcoming ttvlncetoa ,.
flllvermanT I ; brought before Mayor on ed"* flee *f IT.50.J .
hundred ot whiter visitor att''htod an acre planUd &ottr ty U peUto i and gave a brief nlutory .f
the earns chart, war' given th* same W. Williamson, charged with
Chamber
there the exhibition In the
by tropical .een.ry. Royal thin crop would produce about ale are sa Florida Cty( development Mrs. H.
Palm BcMh U located In the heart bushels or U.OOI pound, At I cents ot Commerce booth at th* Fruit per J. Brocketf was called: upon to speak fin*. having been drunk, forfeited a ll.
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of fret development .. It lies btw ft pound tliU would bring 11,11000. tlval tont. In behalf of th* women of Florida -w.. B ltwvaring, charged with vlo- bond.

.ea Chapman PMd, wbutbeUnited City, and etc responded with k few

Stales Department of Agrl- "JAWN'S" GIANTS WILL PLAY GAME comments thai, won ""pl._. ajlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII! / IIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIOs '
culture I. developing ft laat Is.trod uo-
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lion tatlon, and th* magnificent relate WITH VARSITY NINE IN GAINESVILLEBy ; and with Homesteads musical
ot-Charles Veering, which bids
talent. to contribute to the program
fair to rival the famous estate of binbrottMni ... ,,
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J.ro"'l> rfag, > Carl U Ov' till
A number of the purchaser of JoUla Judson $mrltkland ft senior In th' 1, game. Th Giants met. the Mia Ann Polk was: tint on the program -

Royal Palm Beach hart announced ....o.lt.r.1 College of tbs Unl.*r.ltjof Vnlveralty "ball toawtr*" her ft couple Of course she mad a hit with

their Intention of building upoij their Florida, ftooompanled by one ol. of yean ago and John :McGraw pilot her two lIumlHl.-"ColII'nlr Homo" 5I .

.It** ii 1tII.* near future. hi* friend wa a vlaltor to LaCroaei( of the aianta, ha always held ft high by Wllleby and "T* the End! of the I 1&c'9ffT .IS.ISJ
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Road" by Speaker Th* second *ln
last Friday H* heard a number ol respect for the Florida tam !
ger wa ft vlnltlng woman Mr. GoryCrud.
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Already vlaltor and from all JHaaeler : !
running for the data laglalaturri.Word leant '
Interested in S.' Dade haa been received that the ad ever the elate .have begunto* arrlvelaQtliiMvllle and ake. too,'' .wmi.rcceTv. ict Will *nl e /I ; ", 1

vane guard of th. Toledo ball leant for the third annual state thualaam.Mr crk5Vhite

Several parties fit capitalist from will arrive la Oalnmivlll on Marc tournament which begin berg Wednesday *. Given "Victor gang while a I I k : ;

the tact have tern escorted about the 15 for their three. wk* ot spring nUcht at I p. m. .It.* expected collootlol tpr the church wo.e1take'ni: !

southern end of bad. County and oa- conditioning on Fleming. Fll4. that local entertainment. fa She war beautiful In a pink Vock '

attained at dinner br Men. Mwrrl. Th* Gator bale ball nine will m.ei{ duties will be taxed to the limit The and drooping hat and herlvoloa ..... .' .... ......\". ., ..,.' .

local real estate dealer.! These wan the New York Olanta, twice worllcbamplona aral games find Oalneivlll acainit was never. more allutlog. Son d*.. S.. ) Ji. 1, 4'i

became interested In the vwlout Induetru at Sarasota Saturday at< Fort Whit, and tAk"Builr playlnf dared ehe sea one ,r
gnu the vroepscts tfV this Trenton. Watch for jam up reeulu was *o lucceaeful. l
trnoon .......- ,.. .. i' u'u" "'For"alZ.'lntenors
section and are planning to /Invest Thl will be the tint tame of the Of the tournament lit lbl "columo"oJTh

torn money her*. ration for both team, and Int....", Lender next week, a =
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Crawford; and n mae (C j, Colt. at Promise of What Is treeakugg\' etlv A 011
Plenty" of pin* *
Orange, N. J, Mr. Jlow la prominent Inside Festival Tent '
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the of"\helr adorn the
and successful Insurance man toNew I booth occupied, by the W. O. W. and CANNED HERE Barreled I Ip
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York City Mr. Crawford Ie a I (Continued From Pat On) the Woodnun'l Circle at the Full- I Sunlight
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).". Colt, who spent on. pawn In Robert Nurwrlea. I palm frond, fern and potted plant Local Plant Is One of Few B

Florida City and ha many friends i The Eaaturn Star booth bas been I!. A, Cameron' reAl estate boot ..Grapefruit Canneriesin
hero, I* a director of threw bank In serving fruit punch home-made cake '
i catche.. the eye, attract admlratlon.; the World ;:
bU homo city, Mr Morrl'* entertain and pie, Oa Tuesday, which war Masonic and enema to compel considerable attention. e

id thorn at dinner M the Btanlnnl I Day., the .Btar opened their "
Besides being artistically arranged Homestead bas ODe of the few! I "
Cafe Monday noon. new rest room on the third floor .( It provide. eomfortabl **aUwher .
grapefruit canning factorial In the ; '
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On Friday h* entertained the following -
the Horn Building to the visiting
i prospective buyer can lit downand world To the visitor It appear also ..., ,..
M and Mra
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:M,. and hire. T. J. Letchworth ad- The Coral Reef Nurerlert>a. put canting plant In the world. This 1* 4 '"* .W HABEEFvfLE
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Manor, Charles Mallonboek ot Al ..rU.( real pate by. showing the its slogan "Avocado with Ancutor, duo to the strict requirements mad In I' !
busy, N. Y.t Mra. H. W. Crlttendtn, "fr"y
public what the pine land her can when It oaa't help but b* _II. Their retard to employees and equipment. y'rN 1"" =
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t-urdy* produce. Their booth I* adorned with exhibit ot baktl ot avocado, covered The Homestead! grapefruit canning I EASY TO APPLY

10 varMlw of* fruit, meet *f them with wire, I I. (arranged la a circular plant wa Installed In January by = .I "''
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grown on their own pUc. A tempting setting that U quit effective the Polk Co.. of which Ralph B. Polk :: : =

Floats Show SplendorOf dish. of chyetalltwd fruit I. xhlblled. > Polk'. grapefruit cannery I* reprewnted -I .. president and Paul Stanton general COVERS .BETTER THAN ENAMEL E :

Redland District tlctures of the Ixitchworth at the Festival with ft die manager.. The building, which I* i ; E

hem how the remarkable developments play ot canned fruit, labelled and modern In every respect, to leased. ., .. .. 5:
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they hay, mad since they ready to ship, and the meat cannedIn '
l (Continued on Page Bight: ) from the Redland Cttru Grower1 Association ; :: Ii' ig
bought their pine ft year ao. flaw can for display ,urp_.
ed) a ohlld'i chair for bobbing. with whom the Polk Company -- --
Th* J. U. Free Co. float was Inviting Tbs Womaa' Club booth bas been Row of orange* and grapefruit, b- ha a contract to can grapefruit ..

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say. Mr, Bra td.nburg and Mr*, B, .; I:
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plated the picture of taw and com.lort '.

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Tempting displays of celery, pr.. \ ** .. / <**
aarv**, vegetables and Bother "wU", ., ". -

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with hunger wen arranged on the I"| PHONOGRAPHS (I. I HOMESTEAD, FLORIDA. .

XUreaotll float. enlaced' Company by tits Tha Co-opor.tJvo float was Mr ,. I}

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child' mioeumbed to double pneumoniaon 1 ". "'/

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Ur A C. Whltford. rewarafc cMmM a fruit which to not puffy but I Ia roll 1 then I* In every ton from one to two
VISITING NEWSPAPER MAN SAYS
CANNERIES AREHUSTLING for the oMnpaay. ha compiled. a of Mice"Fwaitk: per cent *f available pouwh that I...

FRUIT FESTIVAL IS REVELATION bookie which ......* vamaM mf.... -.\ ufftctnt supply of potash potash which to not water eolabU. but t

TOMEBTDEMAND matlonA. !gtve a etronr, henlihy plant whlnhI It soluble In very weak acid solution
-- ertlllMr. aeoordla to tb* COM mr* oapab of throwing off plant sad lilies !. avallaM roc plant life

(BY c otnrtw POE) nMrelally ........ Xono_. It bas moa adtntaadta *r the term,
I Kdltor Net: Tko Mart Herald'i I already taa dsat.n hated beyond ..._It., phosphate and pat "".* Florida hem Coast tWU111If\ (Ml |* of mot.. )****!* Inportanee ta,

) "ha.h country" editor >-.. Tk 0...rr.a tint up to Oil Urn* no more sib write I>.. Whttfetd In tM book Campaay lees eeeulcted a .!.... the purotiaaer a* It aacnre him of

Leader omo with. a Mil yetterda I faweraM area for tile proMoUM of 1ot. pNat 11& RSMtdat5ad. n....... wtItft It rroea one to two per rest whkh oaa

Over 100,00 Cases Shipped when he WM In 1tome.t.* covert" all these fnrttn eaa b* fownd than Thee three .11....._ are the .....toeMre* ceraplet* MHllhwr' net be leached out of the soil or ran

Annually.Fron3 the Feattvat 'I'll. following to Marenpen what to*west a* the Itodwm MtrM mata on. lacking ta die average **Haad ..... nu* rW* 11'hk* It Sues are deed unavailable, ha any ..halclchange

** to our requeef' thai *, flit of *o.th Pad O trftty. are tile oaly one paid rot br apurehaew tl >; e beet adapted M th. particular t* th* grawtog annt. Th

Homestead down ... wH hi* "Improwrton forTh I,' YkW! "t thto. <..oit*,..rtlll* tIC UrtlH***. Other .... ....8117 where wed and are *at>t. nltrogea und I* a ooaibJnaUon af or.

UadW. r..*4r1Vpon tally tM rlr.t aaiual Fruit Festival Manete, nNk a* kBm**. line, nagno-. .4 to the particular crop on "WS 41 sot ...*/whether' e tomato dvV", .' 'tH-trlct preeeatedby atom, eta, are *.o eaTled ... amend- be ." ....
the comnaoMurat* p "qbt miand a* I* t* ueed tt b when .n raqulree, aa organic
\ I. rIp. .r rot but It moat be red and sent of tk* thouMnd* of aer*. of.forkaowa tk. ReSiiiKt: butrlct Chamber of meats, aqd are not charged fee. In sfertiltser. possible for thoe In control .*t stir or toibrgaalo .*raa alum I* _d. M*

I red alt over" ThU It what Wdward.Ing tits pMi/t4/ eL litafitlY.iP" '''' Commerce at. Komeetoad thl week plant to study the local eondttWftla hair. IN.thOrIoOr neal.. I 15 ua4.Furthormor .
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a* tbo Mdland IHMftM ofouth .la4u lf elicit he IlIaC eommendetloa Itropa to weather toll and other fit- I *. no MK* oompvuMtl to
Company, president of tile Flor Dad County adjacent to Homestead of tho people throughout the ',ollnl The r H of Mtrugee Ik plant fifeis :tars, and mia the fertiliser aeeorfl-- wee a* a filler. a* whoa II tomiltmry

tea CfT Grower Aanoclation. andttoopmldont its *outr 'm.tropolla\ depend and the. eonatruelive publl ty MdImpetae -- flnt--t* grow leaf sad succulent Ingle. It I* our policy to study to add torn 00"0"4 t*

of the Tied land Dltolct .> very greatly the future permanentMowWb afforded by this ealtryrl or sort tissue; la other word t pleat. eaek type of .*lt, anMye K. all
Chamber of Commere' toIle to aad prosperity of the varloukommOKlal should prove of Incalculable value lathe ful supply *f nltregen to noeeenary to termln tile beet grade el fwtniaer to reek or ptMaphalte floe. ) to .**dW 1

(Dial grower* when they tr, tfc fell / and community renter promotion .f early and *W.... ".. develop foliage' and tem; .soond-' be iwed It I Ie abo our oiler hate a .......te.1) .labonitnrirtor .
him green tomato Tb'l. motto I twentlal. the
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within the border* of this county : future development of 'U>*I*tHl tart nitrogen abeolutely to co-operat with tk* gwiwsr. In the perpwe *c analyalng lice salts
t geem* to be followed aim by 8tf ... Ho finer or more tmpremtw demon* virgin area ,tyowa set, the jtedlan4! |. manufacture \.proteWf. a* It, I Ie one very sense of the word. Our sentry and detWMlnhHi the bet grade of fer.dllter .
ph&iKoai..tesd "a
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ration of th* great powlbllltlr of District of south Dad County and add Of their pry"' pa ogr.titu.nta. If of phonphortc acid. as prevtooMy .b.tt: t* b* vwid It to ales panlbl !
,( nine Company for, there 1a nothing nitrogen .r ammonia are lacking when
=r1J.ft"4 .' this tavrd territory a* a tropical million of dollar to the annual horticultural Honed I* potaarium phophae, willed U determisk whether there are say
but lucloua, nS. vlnif torn* eeed I developed, I
the proteld of the
and, tub-tropical fruit section comb j resource* of the county I* non.arid In charteu4 ""'I'i| 1111I harmful wra \I'"ole In the sot. a....
k.e their .
II at plantTHot there will deficiency, and, a* a
t bar boon conceived than the flH -- lit a revert In (lie ao(]. qur ota.h! I Ie alp( It 10 how M overcome them the ?I
two tomato canneries or the ed will be hrlvel
annual Fruit reetrral being stageriiOhtestedd"tlnd coneoueac the cam tour**, together with ()talp.rtlcul.r laboratory I*.earn to the |**wer* el
NhiihaW4ttdd... o..U. wwJejr OW and email In
; FERTILIZER IS led poor 'In character .
f Meet 'srtae"teeland kind wtitoh nay lee bat this dtatrlnt and fw their be *M aOlenig
H' pe..on.HItII' them to *old. eyes."
pl.trlot of ommerre.dpil adapted to a crop or Bolt, whethermlphat In the silly or their soil ..4
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t.'d'' most f"preaal" revelation !to Ire! There .pro three .,,"rooa of available .alt*. Furthermore. besides th. par poamlbl to aid them with their liweot
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Sew) of wider the
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cant ark many n Q 't.II&rt> vtiltor a* fell a* I phoiphoria ..aI4Itlret-' pho" Ucular amdunt of po.....'"* guarantee and plant dle...t dlrllo.'....... '

J'I t, *,(sated. they are put ai.ti.'\A'a ec *, many .te8\'erib\! who will have aeoijixbb.4.nii $ phatOi .Acid phoaphate t* BaanufMlured __ ____ __ __ ____ no' __ _
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Wher. tomatoe tNo o .
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( lit | should hay 4 Ntitu. trfnincI by mixing a ton of phosphate
Misty rilnute*. The c.\;; rYeloiAway
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4.WU" Inducing many td cool for about ten day"Iuo4 MMsJ,)e4me permanent! raltt.nt." { Plants Are Doing AH the phurlo acid of about 46% strength, "
iftea thf art labeled a
i4LLuttlp.! anj1vlopeWti; this aecUon .; Business[ The retailing material bets .fombnai!
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,;|*.Tn* HonierteIfCnaing CompanyT ffp Handle
sod paid phoaphat Thlr PUBLIC PACKING ,
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av! 0ad*lid nu iciM.h' two ..out no last term ii not a mlanomer, a* It t*
toe! tint of April: front lolite" to'it The Homeetead! plant of tile Florida
trltlou fed deliclcus.truits sod ur\dsrcsltlvatlolijo a chemical term,ud to differential
'foo can of t4metoe| urt. ahlppefl4oh East Coast Fertiliser Company ha 0
'" '. '** ", I 'ftn round *orld->-b* this chemical. compound from two
( day during thaVperfod don thre. time the business the
'o luodewfully produced The eo"|" other common form ot calcium pho. Tomatoes under the exclusive
:. : Th* r. E c. eompanjf' 1* open three management anticipated when the packed
merclat produettoa .t either pr bot4)I { ) phata, vb.: trl-oalolum phosphate or
o j four month* each year. .It open plant wa started hero. according to .
'th*.. should 'be, Brldent to i lit february and oloeee la :May DOT"J )I. C. Alford. president of the eon
t lustre to the fame of any ...tOl or 0e4} that*. or reutrial calulum phoiphate.Acid
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dl.'lin' ,'rfurnl.d. highly renumenttl** I phosphate I* a mono-calcium dl. BAY BISCAYNE BRANDWe
f jrieei of tomatoes 'are ihlpped' They employment. aadtlnvelment tor .tit I I "W* advise all our friend and cut hydrogen phoephste.aed even in,";
of thro MM'wwlg&'ng ,
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t I p.opl.'ot any eoimonwalthIW ,' tomer to book the fertlllien wanted chemically purl Mat ha an acid toe
{wo; and three pound, i-> S ..nJ '"tll... 'the crapefrflt of.anM now. a. w* will not b* able to take action. Consequently when an aa'd

; | Most j;tof time tomatgeil at, old In ; tanterlneA tancaloeaj kumj; care *!fijb-| .innd,;.JI*, Ml
M *.;; florldaj though th* PEC" company ''quests and''' lemony which al..4torm The< parent oompany. M..alllIaD.hall manufactured b> the addltloo of *ulphurlo will pack and handle, or grower can pay paikin -

.' ell. lofci* ta Oeo..la.\J'h* oe ar one .( the baahi Induitrlei of tb.oOlintY..Ir IncreaW to such 'an ..1It-1 that add to phophat rock I*
I M: 'b Jacksonvl and charges and chip anywhere he pleases.
hlppedi to > *.. Tampa umuraamed loljuallt) Orlavf If ieati ce. obliged to enlarge* plant meant." ;

{ and from there QttKareTilntrlbutedll '/ ,4n, any other, "'Mctloto of .the to eight time the original cap tr--r rotaah

w > over the *tat*. H globe whore tuck frblt are now opmhouM : (rom f e ion* 4astutq\ t.000 ton a The third element of a eomplot i

'. : \ day o 45 .t eda"thorphatst f. /I *rtlll.*r 1* potash and its principal

f II ;Rosky; Farm Produces ;,!oa.'\SS railroad south o f Hom' *> ThCDrkd ntowa plant whldT! ha roles are a* follownMm W. D. HORNE PACKING CO. ,. '..

% : 500 CrateslTomatoesV" atta'ct and from It'b. .hip* lift!care of been{ operatingJu two, years, ha -It l I. abeolutPly' necessary 1

:. I To Acr -- 'his Seasons : tomotoe,* diptnf, the vaaeon Moot Whi trebled l the 'amount turned out lat for the production ot larche ant

I fruit toe to eastern market. ear. Th Vero plant Darned Sown sugars ills I impossible for a plant First[ concrete building south of the Standard Oil
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plt4' acre are produced by Frank A ** arc on the 'ftlfth Canal*V.n could not (III them The Jackionvlll potash: Co. tanks on the Highway.

a liotkey who ipeelalbe on raMng to. mile from U iMntaad From/ th* plant tl running to capacity and IQ far Beoont potash increase" the

j 1 nato. and snaking| theses grow to the meddle of February until the middle has booked twice the amount of ftrIllwr haracttti both a* to iweetneo aad

4 i best advantage. s n.Majr he has tomatoes ready fetpacktng It will be able to manufacture oarrvlng Duality .t the fruit. Together

. I' .. Mr, Roek,y ]ia* bl* owq Packing for' the coming year with pboipimt It prod II'** .
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ROMAN'S CLUB GIVES HOME" sac OM> .. Mm. Dad Coualr "' 4_. entertained OB Thursday from three IMtor follow: 1 *. r.i4 .
"AT ; W be shot .odMwk i c ,,'d- ek.lie It wa Banyway 'fore
Braoet -It
Dear :
I MOB of Wa.a. to bald teal to ttrt at her bens la honor of her
MRS. McCABE AS HONOR GUEST June nBeetlaw m that city we aerepted betty urea Mra M*.y Roe of WeePliltadelpala fw y* M I .""'t sever write I fit thru with y*. yell kow wet
nethla. It to treat rr .I4 ad that
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by the F'.Aputtee at M. meetlac In who baa *.*. two |o y. sad 4M .'t .r have 1)

-- W.r. K"**l lFruit hiss Ctty tMnrtfayMUa. month here Mm L. C. BmJtt. Lira more U d. wttfe y* a (all, conetdertn1 i away
Mn. drean Hive Mid Mr*. George 'nd brata JM a* I wa* a ayln It 'ud I be
punch and wafers were eerved.ThoM R. K. Graham Mm diaa Header- the why ye elleipod *p oe us
Ramon, Jr., .. honteoM ..ntertaboedthe .. .. U I did a't have
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LOVELAJID MHO8T1XA Into Isle maeculto good yo
nice sweat 111
who tundd werei corn J, ass and Mrs. ,A,. w. MeVlckor anditedBite. I
Woman' Owb .and their frtoodon B. Rueell Mrs Ottv. &.blvst.. Mr AT JHtVER TEX PhlWip !. *a. Theeettendint tautly, 114 sever mM notkla' about aothln' more to do with y.* la no
Wdndy .......... .. honor ofMn. Mcflorley Mr*. C. A., WMUra*, Mrs A aster txa to belnc held tbl* abwyM /. 1 worst Mr. W. a CMdW.Mra. H to nobody tin tt era all snarl '." way ... mor But the .".. I .....

Guy Btewm ..eCa.... Th* hone F w. Koeel, W.... J(. L. .*ok.Mr >> at the ii.... or Man E. C I. J. ........... Mra,, J. I. Ca*- then et a ........... JIlt *i If w* (Continued on pat 11.) h

greet wa >..om>..lr twod IIIcreem *. J. B. Bhtekl hire B JUDavla Lovolaad In Loncvktw for tt* booodlf |011( _. Mr*. J. W. Hitch Mra R. S.

..... and Ml "er n.1V sad Mr*. A. U Bawyler. Mr*. th* Wk>to Stone Church. Mr*. Guy Ck+w*. Mrs J. H. Hvndenmi, hits J.

won a law p let lire hat I. Biateb.h Lee Lehman, Mr*.Co H. 1IoCIH" xr*l, Stewart MoCab* feouM guest at'tb 0. .....**.*,. Mr*. W. U Cooper.Mra. .

d..Ipl.. tb* wanton with a asmbet I I:. J. Clapham, Mr. O J. Hackler, Lovetaad horn*, will give a >umb!-. Ol. Petersen, Mr*. W. C. Cennln ESTABLISHED UM JEWELRY REMOUNTED:
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portray Mr. W. R. Bowmaa. Mr. Frit Jck- e 4 soap and roadmta." Hemeetnadknew *.. MUM I. R.......... Mra. Mettle
with bar bawl iklll a email tlrl!. a 100\1. ..... W. U. JordaB. Mr. Ida Mr*. lIoCa...'. talent aid Hill K... Mi* Bam* and] )Ire.
tittle toy and tin loci......* and a*. .
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Koeel), Mr*. Gives Victor. Mrs. Ed w. T Flory J.
noylnf at matin :
fir a ** beer her recite"IIOWK" .
Miner Mr*. Howard 8cbff, Mra
Th* deooratlon ., hlbtoeu and
Policy Cerr. Mr*. B. C Loveland Mra.D FRED CARTER TO '
r roars eerved a* lovely background TO UK HCJWECT' ,
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and Platinum Jewelry
1 BE MARRIED MARCH Diamonds
W. IJII....., lira Gay Bt....| Me- "
for the colorful tannest tb* guests OF "MOTHERS" MEKTUfQMra .
I Th wedding of Mta' Qlady Pya
Cab sad MU' Nell ZelflerHliLEAH
Ton and eakM ware served by Mr* I Otarle tMIarmo and Mr. of Lake Worth to Fred. Carter of tot E. FUckr .... Miami, Florida. )'bono.M.

J. 1t. Davis and Mr. ... A. Wle poured. PARTTV11K Fannie Robert of Ceoonut Grove, Homestead will b* a pretty social U John 8t, Room ID*. New Tork N. T. TeL John till

At FLORIDA CTTT. prominent W. C. T. V. teet....... and event at the homo of the brl... ,01 r

Mn MoOt II.. proved a euuncbfriend A empny of about SI from the worker, win address the ""Mother South Male arenas. at I o'clock .. t

of the Women' Club. Ilie aided Miami Kudlo at HUleah had dinner meeting to bo held by the local union Wedneiday neln Much I L -
in. etub marnlrhMnfly" lat by I. oho MomeMead Behoof auditorium ---
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Invited
: at the bored City Hotel Monday About f tueet bar been
ttvlnc for Its anent a recital which at I olock Friday of uraoos If the bride1 present plans ale tarried

netted ewer a hundred dollars. The pupil' of tb. high. school and nut and the couple will have THE '
Club member tad friend prevent MOKI TArranHOoa CUB the upper trade will b* pmrnt and about It attendant Itobert Carter,

wwet Mr*. Frank Haiuraan, Ml* MtKn: WITH MIUH. VICTOR. th. public I* cordially Invited to attend brother of Jibe bride groom. will be Y

Oeorte lUneon;'JrTMr; Percy Mn .oat* by Mta Ann Polk vreoeded 'Tb* Horn" will .b* the (abject beet.... The Rev. Mr Tanner of

I.", Mrs Jel", .. Knnl, Mrs 0 If. I. hour of cards when ..,.. Give ef the meting.sell. the Free Methodist Church will perform J.
Parkhun. Mn C H. Rios II,.. I:. C. Viator wa hoetee* t* the Monday Afternoon the Although Mr

......1..... ..... Gertrude "....... Pale Club at her bom this week.Mra LTD MR* kARAT Carter friend.ceremony here art wishing himhappiness SHOE
.... Mrs J. D ndd, Mrs W. H. Sheffield. Victor/ rteponded also. to,requeetato 'AT HOME" FRIDAY NIGHT
Mr*. H. t Perkin Mrs U A.WlM. ..lr. >**lde. the regal.. memberejher ; A a ovealnt of card wa enjoyed will take they him regret from that Homestead hi* morrlt -

Mrs J. 8. tHvU. Mr Julia W.b. was. an extra tabl. for 1'118III- tt the horn of Mr. and hits W. D. for he aspects to make bin home Intake YOU MEN of AFFAIRS

Mar. Mr. Ed Miner Mr*. Frank and Mb Honey Ma Palmer was Mha Friday. sight Mn Mahaaha Worth.
Phil. ors lhs r.et who won first prlie Mra, Pochards
William Bowman Mr Just returned to Redland aftrpcndlnv After deciding- give> !!.. a. a Naturally prefer
Brant AI'or4. Mrs B. Ed: Minor won' the ".b'* prla torplaying -
I* No, hire )f'i the drat part of the winterat wedding gift to each of his eon, Err
('. Alterd. Mrs John ......1.', Mr*. F tile boot p. Miami Mr and Mrs 1:. A. Carter and Emect, Pr. Carter wrote M Ernest Mca_ thor bar the d* r*
W. KToeel. Mr*. P. M. Carr, Mra Or*** Mr*. Victor'. guests were: Mr*. F. and ....... Seymour Dane were the who wa married recently. ins together with perfottton of fit.

Rives, Mrs K D Watfn. Mra Oor- H. lJad'.,., Mrs C O. Bobo. Dr. guests of the Mabana.TWO terming him that there oerialn
were
do. Th mpon. Mr. JX W $he.k, Jordan, Mle. Palmer, Mr*. J, A. Smith. 1 Ntw .
tied th. HI
trine* to gift. unique"Hello
Mra grits Jackson. Mr.. O. W 'pip.., Mrs Ed" 1110.., Mr. Paul Hoonnhef. GIFT ADD i "Packards"

Idea )'. ... Rhode .f Mlddleton, Va.$ Mr' Rhodes Mle Polk. W... W. H. TO CLUB UBIIART. J
Pine, W. B; Jordan, Mn. Paul Hoen- Culy and Mrs H. B. Bchaff.NRW Two volumes ef Bryoe HA.erlea.OOIllIllO..wealtla" t: Arriving

eke., Mr. Cbarle Wledrtck. II... O J were presented to the Daily

H. Jordan. Mr*. r T. Flell..** Ml.** ENGLAND aocnmr ,, homestead Woman. Club library by
Ruhr Leach, Mir Sara. Rudd, MleeDorothy TO MEET IT IIEDLARD. Mr wad Mr*. William Jennlut Bryan Pf wes

Cameron Mb. Jennie Lob The Hew England Society of the NOO.tl,. Another city Deweone

dell Vim Hairer Ma Palmer sod Rrdland Purtrlct will hold It.* rut*, "Klnfdom Around th* Cornnr". was, sG95

Mine Elinor Moorley lar mailing Monday evening, Merch received by the club, and both wen

.....,... II, at the Pioneer Guild ball at Red* greatly appreciated.

JIORJUc.m"'Uf; VtLDDltO; and.. The next moetlnf ., the club will
LENT AT FORT PIERCE An Invitation I* ,txtended to .vrylew bo held In. the club bulldlnf at t e re 510

All this vicinity, and .....particularly\ Englander' to attend o'clock Best Tuesday afurneon.MfW .

Florida City; he .been trem ndou.,ly
H1ALKAH WON.;'< ,,
Intereoted. In the announcement of FHUXIF8 KVTERTADIS Genuine
the marriage. of core Haute WITF FCDUIATIOV..The : roil MRA. MART nosa
Horrt 61 Old Sole! Australian
thai town to th. Rev. E I. Oetnun of Invitation of the Hlaleah Worn Mra )(. ... Phillip of Princeton I Kaniaroo

Wabaeoo. formerly' paiior of hid Coramunlty You Look Young"

Church at Florida City tler.rL ,
That the way, you'll greet A. pa..... anti
Ibo wedding took plead "TufedarYFebruary slid nartalM In losable Dtamand Antique. and Modern Jewelry your old Shot when they return \ tae a.a rc..cesa..b

ft-Ju") : I W. Buy, fell and Ei hant* Diamonds and. from Burton Shoo i t. tit. ....... ,
...... bail weddleWhnnlvbrmryevery A '" vast one I" p.4
they a Antique Jewelry of all Kind Shop, "Fountain' of Youth" I N ,::.. "

yr Innteed of every four year. ihoe will I I Wldt"
THE 1Q.K SHOPT. for ihoee. Tour I
a* Mrs. OetmB eommenled In n not j namwN at l..ry alas .
have a new lit*. Don't throw 1a..1 tea. Alt wi....
10 missile her. D. DUNN"Lucky" them away-have them repaired hail .f ... !_ .... tefor.
"W. Ire both very happy, she at Pit Aare..

Mid but our hpplnee .wa clouded Wedding RingsMall

this morning by a dbpatOB. from Ore- Order Promptly Attended .. BURTON'S
tan anneunclnf he euddM death *fMr. 111 B.: FlatUf nreet. Miami, Florida 1

Dolman'. eon. Chart*. We do Rpnatatlv. of Atlantis CIt,. Folder and Information
not know say of th* particular" About Hotel SHOE SHOP WI

Doth Mr end. Mr*. Ortman have
many friend her who are wlehlnt Fifty-Fifty

them peat happlnet and who regret Tell-a-phone

tile urrow that hen earns to thorn In
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The Sunday Mhool and B,. T, ..,
V. council of th* Baptist Church?met .. I
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0. Tndy ovenlnt at T clock witha Miami's

large number of _,b... BrewM.After Greatest Greatest
the report from the Sunday AirnnAT, MARCH S1101LMA $5.00Hat
echeol and D. T. P. U several mat TALMAItOB $5.00Hat :

ten of taualn** earns before the eoua I. ;Sale 12-tFtasterSt 'SaleIT'S
"A"--hM of V i. UKVThl
gilt' A eorninlttee wa appointed to
wonderful girl' beet picturealas rFRlDA'Y
prepare an *.tlmtte of the coal for WOMENS WEAR

dividing. up the primary department Chrletl Comedy and fun from ItAnC i

Into separate elan* room., by the use the pre I.1 ,

at Mreen or beaver board movable ;
atautl. MONDAY, MtltTII 10IMHKI.A HERE THE YEAR'S GREATEST

A DeoUton. I)*y wa set for the "' .. F\lltIUMlll, JR. "
la On the Banksof
day tchool on March II to b* observed Mfphra. Mrp Out"
under the direction of I>r. 1:. HoiJoway also.

the-revival preacher. 1'II..po Imperial Comedy and New theWabash"n MiLLINERy EVENT

polntmenl at eommlttee for the entertainment MARCH II .
of the Florida Eaet: Coast T1'FJ'DAT. .
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n. T P. V. Federation was autbortied.Thl COI.UF-EX.' Innrnkem MOORE' ; L jiThere's .
meetlnt will b* held .. th. ., ; ( ..J,;..

Momle4 church Friday venlnt, Flamlnf youth girl la treat picture
call of home in '
a Tremendous
April t. Mmbera of the senior Inter alas Special
The Steel Trail and Kurd Novelty'
.1....... and Junior & Y. P. U'. .( all I Ili $ 0 0

too char h** la the Miami" aoclalt. \\T.IJICIan.! N"RC'III.I the feigning sycamores

will attend. Between three Bad foul CORDON KDWARO'a Pffcbase Sale
hundred young people are oipertedTh KavT l _
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'And "Joy find tears' and
bound of the aawclatlon and (edratten A drama ye* wUl remember .
are from Key Wt t* WtPalm alesChristie
Comedy aDd Fable. A regular fashion show of
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laughter of the folks you
matter ef Florida Orphanage THfRKDAT, MARCH Uixmblo beautiful models. Our 600 ex.

Qirt Week was also. ,.......... Th* header well
used to know I And whata quisite neW) spring hats to
..II....* expects to recelv. a fund WILLIAM FARJItM h ;
.f IK.CI* from the Baptlet chnrohwaad .Tho Kin nrttee"Ml choose from. All the newest
special <'sat k*
Sunday echool daring the hut .. '. ,
A PoUP1 Awakrslag"'Thrtile punch The gratesMood shapes and latest ,.trimmings
week.0( March. sad dtl.ma:;' alee Fo Fowl ; .' I I '
f a t I /n! the :.season's most fashionable
f..Mu' MARl" it scene ever screened t +
CARD FARTT HELD U. tolors.: Mats worth
IX THE GUILD; lUlL JAMES owuarT : up to $10 and
The !*. ...." even 1260. It's a real
Th* IM of the settee *( bride Comedy drama with, Theodore Raging' wa\ ;srsj FireTer-!; bargain treat. '

sail It* partIes to b* aivv* before Robert and Ur wM and you want to be early.
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Carter: by local card fate was held .... '
New roiHid of PuekeraADM.D
Loathor I
I* U* Pioneer Oulld ball at Midland ,
Friday afternoon. Hootooeo werMra. > 8PtX'lU, A'RRACI1ONSATURDAY SEE THE GREAT f''

Harvey Fttipatrkk. Mr.. Taema* IJ t
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Brewer. Mra. Hoffman lUvUrrte*. I WINDOW DISPLAY t
A Formal sad hto plaaoaeeordlu .
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Mm J. M. Bauer, M'". George Kotel will make you aomo woaiderful -
Mr*. William Bowmani Mr*. L. KJDavlB > .... 2q )

Mro Thomas lawyer and Mr*. ''i

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NOTOWN HEREIN 1007 SAYS PRIm
; 1r 1 fl AT COLLFGE IN TALLAHASSEE /hI 11J JM mad up my mind that I'4 th* .key. parr to her and do net >'e bra
eeatoac you ftr lift luprlioninont back now. It .hn send y* out ,\"'ry
II' WAS\ LAUGHED AT FOR PAYING $420 I: You may wise your own )till, and day and ..*... f. work a right smart
ttUDAKO MKKTTO Jut Sunday afternoon for a rfv*-mile own It ter all I care, and 1 want ye1S hard fer your own support and her'n.

FOR BANK OF HOMESTEAD BLOCK WBUXMtV: MMW MO0BR. hike ad a eoareh tor violet. Walking sit a nlo ua. while you're eboutU. I think that, ud be .better any .how.
Whea Mlae Lota Meter redaraed *. the railroad track ollrablag .barbed Nd when y* nalert ono with a can** If you staged round the hoops
--.- the ......* from kr Urt. k*.* aha oils feoiooa, and tossing down kill dies yard I oemmand y* to plant. yeud be nuking love I* par Julio

Sold One Lot for $100> and or streets. or better eleotrta light plantr wa anipitm u heel all niMahar an added to the fun Uewbora of .glee tn**. a4 a4 It d.w. to Mars, and that ad never 40 '$. y. bvWlr t
t It tips dyjutmt er *th***.r Ow *t tb. ...... ****rgatd to Mrront the Make who helped mat up tko nd make nN ....... bode for your go to anwreli led Sunday aokaol SM
-- ebought ram, ale eking In empariwi to the wttl.. t* woeaeme hor aid t* crowd were: $.. Drew. Mary __. ,..... *M yon aa Mat draw oa mofr day*. ".d pray a right apart bit. .nit 1

fr"l,000'copleWownOHere 1M III com toW :_tjt dont have !hear the Haot4 new 1t4 fr** ftFmy.. Vwaoa plko MiaMuoMtwk i a kindred dollar* .t* kelp stake .b* mighty good to Uv* down th. $.ty .
It '. mm. Our proebotter neata a* pimento sandwiches tad hot **. Bdaa Smith EnbotUvtngaton I the toot payment. I ,..'.* cot t. marrwd mwth a ales gait and nafcsraatd '.

.E [ I LInc@ for people, ,ehooolate. wr ....**. Mag* jMamiltonj Untie! nnleh It your own **K. a weed to par .... about It T UHaUR '
I iw begun. to realla F.sgia. ale wh. "w 'Nd I appoint Mary Dasher Caress WHAT I SAT NOW.

!, 11.;,,. .ltaY'u lorlda'*. Our fiUmat I HIM HOOK AND MISS HAHILTOXlTEltTAIX ., a* rot Jailer JW u long. u y* U*. Tear loving father
"',, B3 : SODABJOH. I All .".... other*. tour:
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They I membere th* Bodai dl appeared .
w ha**. Whan tile toy Largo road Mb Wella. Hook and Mia Marl ot.. I .
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; ,.."' I* finished no will not b* at the end Hamilton atrtln4 the Sodekossaturdy early Monday There are .
."_. Burr'E rumors of candy ..teb.... a break. D.I
of tbs road loner.Wh.t Rack member TowerM. A
any evening waa John B. DI J. SMITH M. :
n Y11. fait In the wooda drllotaue "eata. :
need than anythinge the door :
J. 't'a'' $>' w* more told 10 follow direction on _
-, fcavFlorida *- +-- ot tl10W. some Wets deal a'th and a grand cood ttmo but no one .
'I.-t., y"1f & e live-wire real ,This caused great oioltemeat X-Ray Treatment Phone 51.10
and* a 'i have told .,.. '''Ws Seed to get people to com saga. "a4.fffailn: ..A" Thy atoning >. aa beea able to find out (swlvwk(, Ii
f 1 ,and fimeffialn they; ors t. In fJ.:;'. down dM. what w* hav*. Thar wee pin( at playing' gamed ..4 levee ,.r Wbeta. Thoeo' Il'Jor1qil s treatwerei 'bond'. 13.1 Office Hours 3to4Ambnlanct "
A the Job w.ll8ll\\tll.t. to ;..*. a tailsI : ar..'.. many( free trip ride., dinner 'In*. Vlvtan' tree ant Tbolnut. )&>uthlt W rjf' Tower Metal bamNtoIVvta f, ... I II'rlTate
I, ranty deed to at W *t part of It eta. In and around Miami that anyone were" the prlM wlnturs Jn tho tontoot nee and'Thelona J.! ui'bltf" ?

,a',' I earn to Homeettad th latter tart can.t kelp but go and sea and railed "Moyle Artor.j: 'A* the,part* VIM. 'I't.ola 1 ioaer onJoya Aakaterldo : At. W... JQ I
) of U07 when there were only) a few eeelng I* buying Moat Of the, time It :was In boMTor idea Smith and JuliaMueMlwbtt i *) afternoon W. H. COMBS CO.
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unday ur asMrs. Piano Tuner and
fatnlllea her*. There was n* town at Yl.lIea r.would nly look w rr ,re- who bare both bad a Rep rer.
I all and no road, except the narrow fully they could readily eee that w* birthday rooently, each ... proocntod nil".' of the college. )Heo Ver llssn Asses CoIN Sims,_ IIMCH.: DUUXTORt &

I tee la the Red land etor and Twe. have the beet section la Florid with a gift which expreeaed the opla see Pike waa another who eajoyedan Charge Ite Monati** 27." M. R. lw R j dell. earner TI1.re..* no work Ion of the otb.... for her: necdjee automobile ride on Sunday afternoon FLORIDA CITY FLORIDA IWJ N. E. 2.. A" riM*j3S.
JIM. fcd Hoist called for ------
to be found and I wa obllfM to rto o Spiritualists to Hear to M' both were auckerC" Hetreah ; ,
t h< and lIt o.' ; ;1JIi!
her they plaited n Pitre"
work for the railroad company en menu of hot chocolate. two klsile of
Speaker From Miami ta.ur.et. ; Dr Schofield Albert Tower Summeri M.D.Dueeet .
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the Key West extenalon. I vtayed cake and salted peanut were *eryidA \t, .... if lajor ,
with them teveral evening ", .- .. Fy. I. Hiss sad TareotM
year and rared a fitting clooo for an of "
At th, Church of Spiritual Science Eat..., Uv1I1ptoalnO<< her Sunlit: '
up about irtOt: before I quit aid d.t' .- Sunday evening th. Rov Mr. Talbol enjoyment It was announced thi. th, nhool- kwe (a a hike to the woods tot graduate Veterinarian IM IMM. fc,Muwi Fb

ceded to hoI v plat a town of Horns.Y of,Miami will be tho paki> and mra- neat game would bo entitled "A KIMIln breakfast early Monday mornlnv law. Third Street fhon SRI Seen 0 w i h.-- .....JlL
stead. sots bearer All aWSreloom*. tho Dark." Amid many giggle .
;, In the meantime ).Wight a,tract -- and loud "amacka' ..tit member wu Work on the new buildings on the ._
known::\* ITre*'. FIrst Addltlvn in, (the! CARD OF THA5KSW :given a candy III... campus to protronlnf rapidly' The = DR. W. J. FITZPATRICfKDENTIST +'

Bank of Homestead bloc,k),from r. A wtih to extend our moat hearty I tint floor if the library 1* completedand CHIROPRACTIC
Knight for $410 and the boy on>4hextaneloa thank for the oo-operatlon ot all 'T. W. C. A. GIVE the back of |he auditorium la torn DR. E. A. PRAMUK DEIrrltVSpecialty \
lattrhed 'at me for payinf tho.e'who k* willingly helped t* carry 1 CAMrrlRK KIPPER. completely away ready U be rebuilt.rwr [ Palmer Oraduat of Eitractions and

that much '". the dinner served to the "All mates What could be better than a camp. ;:- ==;:::c= Ooenmreclal llwk Balkllng Orthodontian-

Roy D Mash lurveyed U for n* Society'. ,.' to such a decided auco**. fire cupper In D,. Oan"i woods Miami, north time*." Mlumi CUtmmil fIUI f
't 1 and cut It up Into lour thus oncntnlp th. Ladle Aid Society of the FlorIdA The T W. C. A. gone Just such a party ."" .
the nnt subdivision outside of th,, City Clmmunlty, Chunk laat Friday evening for all girl whoM SocialEventiuSouthDadeContinued
railroad oompan,'*. I gay* the Bank i -MR UQIC McDAVID. birthday cam In December JanuaryFebruary .
: of Homestead a corner lot to pot them B U Secretary March Edna: Smith, ROYAL PALM
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-to put njdoank fn'ht) then Sold J. D j R. B. SCDALLERN .,
Julia Uuarclwhlte, Ruby nnnoy, and : rider that mod *' procedure the BARBER SI12P ;:;
i. .t Redd 'p ,-tblr4 efhhwnudlvldtd, / In- i 7h.e! tetbta college youth InlUlWa Lola Uoeer wore among the crowd of leus pl.asin' It memo to m*. for maybeIt Ai
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abjJHlOM Item Charity fifty that attended Bupp.r.t':10 would n"t hurt yon none while. \ It Attorney at Law
; '.' ft. "oomme' ...Inn.Jh""'. 71fT in hurt *att' ij>m n.. account and received oneleted of boiled ham roll*, ploklea. "'ud leave a hole n, midnight darkness Wa want your business tad ...n]

1fI: \,\'\ ."..ro.fot'tb.1; iota 1'U1 v nwn.d (aiftferrjiniltatlng and unaatlafactokft hot eoffon, doughnut and apple+all In my life big enure to drop the appreciate It j y
\" tNeeral llmtv One' lot In particular .1I'itt "I conclude," lie remarked In abundance. Some girl left won nnlvorM Into and arty antis on pre Specializing in Lend Title Ltw ;

i old for llt' bought back for It00 %!'that,U I* one of those Intanxw after supper bill others lingered, to eombre countenance ud become a A\hr. Mowry steels EtagM1n t
old at 1400 and bought back for It,- ......
where Charity a multitude oat about
: play tam" and sing a* they hldeou grin. It 'ud break hole Into Second Floor Rome BIJ|.
000. of fine.: "DoMon Transcript the camp ".... my happlneaa through which a million Uswaweal. rlMe J. II. ROBERTS, Prop
I.own over 10* Into.'In and jiwt out. ,
little blue devil ud enter and xBowen'S
T side of tjfwn Snd l"V Uev* I hart' SW'more r b"" es ulnwe' w si. str(t ttsrb CIJU.'ENJOY th blackest
paint thing *o dark that ,
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f' 4av.ln*yee4eM-. *lnt'. .H>t .r APARTMENTS OR HOUSES Barber
tract that did not bring the buyer I I "" .... ... .. .a. .. . u,a a. . .... a a. a. a a a..a.....,. FOR RENT OR FOR BALK :
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where you use good judgment la buyIng Dance Oxfords ( Prop of El Patio ApartmanU I Ladles. awl tldWna .

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up four store building and each time For
It looked* It we had too much buildIng Priced SIGNS S Pa F.MANLEY Phonst
$| 95 G)1Il ood 108-2: 4
but In a few short year ne wore at | r rSC9TCH ...
crowded for room Our last new build' .r

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t grow. Wo are truly proud of our j new. 5:seI it .. ...... . ,$4.95 HOMESTEADSTEAM == FOt't'rLRTILIZERS".. |. SEE J. C.Marketing ANNi:1. :.. N'
building a* It I* ono of the best,e.ntructfd i AORKT' t, Y
:tn Pad County. W* ha!*' ,\ The informal dance '! LAUNDRY '| 1 : f't; FOR i
1140 square feet of store room be I

aide I,810 fe.t of room In hall andeeeond U..NavySH2ES Flat Work and Rough Dry 'II and all kind of spraying = Fruits andj
floor and 140 feet of plate I material =
_laM display window. To show that Sn a IK (or 10 Iba. or ever Vegetables 5
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l I n.A (tats where our Issuance I "Herman." w. pay for It. \ 1 '* ..1 I II \ I
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; '. ,North Diamond Park, !bounded' on the s south by the City of Homestead '/ $15QOOO.00 t uriSt hotel.l: y' 1" Eastern capital;, attracted by the wonderful opportunities for/'inveSt r=

and,. on the north b bythe Y, fruit groves of[Redland,was p put t on the market\Feb.. >' ... t southern end Dade the d ,
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::1 .=! : North Diamond! Park is a highly restricted residential and apartment'-"''f..; :'s, ; ; ;',l'''' f ; :r '" : r"far"; distant-when the miraculous strides of Dade County "as- the tourist tre- v' a j

; ';"..;1 Jj\x\.: ?,.!Chouse!:''rh< property It is$ !improved in all details,and lots are ready for buildings' ,," .. ,_ ;41 ...1. 4 : I i 'sort of the Nation will enhance land values from Miami\ to Ke ,Largo to:apoint Ijt I, I, I
": > J*..'Jr V1and I landscape gardening; Streets are'sixty .feet-Wlde, and d avenues are 82 1'1' "1 e t. ,
hyen : \ ::11'' ''i". that will 11 b undreamed-of d d f profits to those who are farsighted" I tl r
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1 JI j, \H points, is supplied from a deep P well\ on the>\ P property.Y ., .V.. t"(, .,'.,. ,i' -' "! .I;' j 1 I c ,..w,, ""a'l'\.I, I ,., ..(, ;' I .; "* i j A "Ground' Floor'," Opportunity' ,; for, .3. u1.r. ,' '.,r.1.\ \ \i, "I H
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There a reason for the great t demand for North Diamond Park prop .'.''Ie + j ,*.. Vf; t ; '. I, f.
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.1 h hotel t which'business$ t Then of\the'Redland District: assisted d b by outside:capi ;' '4"' t" all thU'"week .at Fruit ,:Festival tent. ':.''Telephone t.65.., or address P. 0...Box._ 266, Homestead! ,. '. ''f 'P property Y and explain P prices arid d terms to yoiil: Our headquarters' 'this'week 1: ,,1.,' "" ""r 1;; I ': ;
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Park is recognized'as'the ideal location for h high-class h houses .. : ..... .,wand v ill beat 1 .. t our booth t h.theJruitFestival' ti It.tent.t Let us t talk over the proposi-' .
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.iMriatmdaMl Sttataajr **.... at 1* a.m. I"The Barrier." the .Meter etartedwttk '' "fttlflfl'U"'I""II"
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L Churches ] the Aadereon first ,and pmtdnnt third; Sunday church of services each Dr. Hyde, who baa been here be Be Very Best in Electric Ranges .

month at M: *. for, MM again this year end cal
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IIpV Prayer meeting every Tuesday APPLIANCE
BAPTISTThe eaered cantata "The Heavenly VMa. .lag M I p. toNARANJA ef his Monday afternoon lecture was: %S&'$$ i
a... O. N. Walker pasha ... TPha Boy of Today" and kit evening }* today echool at .:.. a. t., A. J Florida CMy OoauimnMy ChnnhTb COMMUJf ITT CHVRCH feature wae on ''Th. I" ture." Hi ; When in $ $ i see ua '
.Or**. \ ...$........ : .reaakter at M*.. O. M. ,.,....., paetor. tun- The Rev. Dr. Wm. t. Carter paMor.Sunday pre aeteed the fMwe podce of travel
II a. .... Md ':11 p. ..., a T. P. V.iii' tiny kekool at M a. m.. U W. Taylor school at t p. ....: Te.a .1 aad gave otter plan which bethought I BBCAYl ELECTRIC SUPPLY CO. I I ,
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till: p. n>., Alvln CamnbeU, preslAYpt. euperlntcndent preaching at 11 a. m. PeoeVe Society at f I preaohlnf ..rvice' would material In tin f. .. ,
end Til* p. m. at tur. lit Mild a person In New York
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'J vlval awvtoe both mornlnc and RedlTh Rev. John R. Hoch.paetor. .I o :. will probably soon be able to get lac ]frt: .Hlg.nt Electrical fcrvlc lA'... e '
..."'n* conducted br the an B. .. Preaahln.rYIco8.' 0:10; soraaccB tab press a button ar>d be conveyed 51 II =
Mallows] ). :Silos A.na Polk will lID f Sunday school at 10:10: Mint Stalin The Cbur4 bf Spiritual Bclence will by eompreeeed air to Florid N rth.rtliaml
ai th* .v.nlB. _"11'fI. ".rner. uprlnUndent| SjpwortaLeague hold MrvieMjInjOdd rHowa Hall an hour before h* warted. I 28 Avenue
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1 ee.on wrmoH for March I "Man: N TnODI" 6Oi1Il .1 bas .r '
pIoM MxLVrae Hev->. O. StradTf salvatIon. ;,ft & i 'J Inf rmati hf
cncncn or canwr ,- paetoi Sunday; ecliiol 'at .0 a.m. l Wi ar* erpe.r n4. 7 Corner .( Fin avonu and Fin .. ,. 'I.. BriVton, uperinlndent I rMncMon to *d !m Vrt Bible. studies 11 a. N4 preaching at 11 a. m. aid tilt p. m.; ,and prate Meetlnc at the mlnton. ,\
preaching at 11 .. ...., communion Kpworth League at f:ee n, to.mrrln&rTh very Wednesday and Jrlday Bight REGARDING THE ;., :j.>!' : .
at 11:41. Leaion directed by Elder nev. T. W. WhU- at 7:10: and on Sunday at I p. m.
Ionia UoEwen; worth paeter. Sunday school at 10 A eorila) Invitation U extended to : 't
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mcitcii ov GOD every week) preaching at TIO every ',, -t>R..:ANt> M&8. V. B, SHADE. ,
('nrlc* at whoot auditorium. ascend and fourth Sunday. "I \ '. ,'It< (,fits
fl MoTy, uto,. Sunday school attea --Tb. Rev. T. W. Whit. Dr. Hyde Makes:Talks :' .
m., >>. a Murphy eaperintend advantages future possibilities! and A '
worth, paetor. Sunday school at I ('i"r 'At' Chautauqua FridayThe special attractjvc
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and preaching at t. ; furnished who has had.: < f.<
and 9:10 p m.i young peoples' meet investment opportunities by one
i-g at 1:41: p. .... Silver 1'aIm.-Th. Rev. T. W. Whit Chautauqua cam to town last .'
Cottage prayer meeting every WedMNHley worth, paelor. Junior League at I a. Friday and left Monday. The subjects eleven years experience in producing citrus fruits and.P\f :
evening at T:10.EPISCOPAL. m, Mlw' Mary Ellen Whltworth. sus :of.the speeches the *"nlng wtre; fo.! _.
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of values of real estate. throughout the pis* '>I.x'
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rector. Sunday. school evcrjr0ynday Y trict will be valuable to looking fof.a l location for
at II a, m., M... I e* Lehman !" anyone

Sunday eaperlntendenti at U a. nut church communion service eervtceIn very Candidate for Tax Collector a future home or fort inv stments. 'that' are certa.into: net,. $.'. ,

I art Sunday of each month at 11 best returns. -lyfl' *,N,:
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Jltucmaa, uto,. Bervlce at t p. m.In :

meith EnglUh:.In German th* woond, the Sunday.last Sunday.METITODIHT of each. June 3rd, 1924. Your support will be ap Real EState


EPISCOPAL preciated. If elected I promise courteous ..
The White Mona l-Ioln..loo4-1'h. SPECIALIZING Q ;1ItOV. S 'r V" ",'
Rev. John Hoch. paetor. Sunday and effective service. jf;, Ty.., << ANf1tfIM". J "; ../ljf
School" at 10 a,m.preaching. Capt 0.service 8. Hough.ruperliitendenti at. Office at grov ., $ the centefl i ? r

11 a. ",. and TIO: p. m.: CpworthImgvi 5 miles north of Homestead
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Morning term n. "It Thy Heart E. D. V. BURR a five miles north of Homestead
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I Revival WO) the coM"' ....... Dertslon ny will be I 1DINImw 'II
WINTER AVOCADOS KNOWN ONLY Baptist -d ,
I ebrM tn tm tntf. sciioM (funilajrmarnlnK. e'e
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,, Hank tl. All win bit
I IN DREAMS TWENTY YEARS AGO e'ck.ome at the eerviee.' I
; I II I Itrxial nervier will begin In tlRap".I \(' I
I i Church ttund&)i mornlnr.March "
NOW THEY RIPEN EVERY MONTH i Or. E. a Helloway of New .f

.- York City will be the preacher. Services B. A. CAMER
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t M. Roberts Points Out will be held every evesin. u- I
Dan grove to avocado Borne grower sect lattttslay, at|:10. Oa fUday at. I
',:. Suitability of Conditions still plant a good part of the better e ililita., >HM., "" taw ".
Here warner varieties, but It will be natural .,... ...... i I
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F'A PROFITABLE FRUIT .
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lowef irttxpectlld .
t All to just what one variety will be euRe: '1 tt. W..lker I cars meJiplenso,bMes'kulldlof I
Large Acreages Planted to found bet generally for our commercial aid} nr of **sld,'"1p .
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the Better Winter Varieties leader I* not known at present "41:1wli: heard Dr.A liollowsy'e" pieties ,.rpeutrh ::I -Real: 'I
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of Avocados There are some eighty er nor vs- tor'.th *himren'at\ ; tn* nornlucpreaehkuthour !.,btnittalowlt! aiepetdaltyEslmaie i I -: ,
rlellee known and which I* the beet two weeks ado. will 5

%' :: hortlculturtot seem to still be a question. However know what a tine message he ha for : and steer**)* cheerfitll 5 I. I
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kept dreamlm ot and working for there/ : .Is no reason to delay plantIng 1 submitted I i \. ..... 1\; .' r
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r' 4 winter variety of avocado untA) .o'W' good expected la till, Mr. Howard said."Peace Whose MlaH I i
of varieties that will pay well-
there are several varieties V>f qhe that In should be IOII.bt1l..11 .......... i Sole for Y
tropical fruit that will ripen In South\ will. fact bring' ; more money the Prince o( Pease, He only I* adequate > pta ii ,\ Agent r
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per piuoij than any otbet ttalt r food ," declared the
Florida during any winter month, aecordlnr > speaker:
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1': t. Pan M. Robert, nurnr-. to be't.vethat these varieties planted ,_._--,_.._---, .._..______ I
nan, of lUdland. Mr. Roberto a* cow "Would b* 1I"'" Investment In J :
tivhte are devoted mainly to raisin
cane a better variety was found In
t citrus stock but no ha, M oat of till SELLING I
year to come. SEVILLA
tint pioneer of the eeetlon, observedadd
\ A* to land teet w* arc better able
took part tn the early experiment Tomato Land Land
a* to variety, and I and Trucking
i work on the avocado. :11' say :that: the average land a* 1

''S 4 a By short requeet.sketch Mr.of Robert the development ha written oft' found In the Midland District I Ie absolutely That't Mil Jlutlnnt (. 1<.;1
suitable to the entire avocado
the avocado and its culture la the -- Finest Residential Subdivision 1 1f
family. Many varieties! that produced $
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t' fruit too email on the sandy land to ;
to be the action of the Unlt.d :
'b* good tar :market have proved to SmallrJII'CMatatiu Taints Broa.Irom'c '" 'r' =
Mates beet lilted for the production A 11:
be the Badlands 'I '
large eneugh on :
I of the new fruit that I. amine treat -f SSEVILLA
and brlnclnr amaxlnc Many varieties of the Guatemalan -.. ..... :
popularity -
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do not do well on any loose dryneedy -
[j profit to the growers who rate It. soils but are perfectly suited the best residential subdivision i yj I
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)I,. Roberta1 article follow: on th. Redland* because of the heavynature -|

In the early day ot nineteen hundred of the fOil and It. height above in Homestead.() i Ii
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I our planter* except the west Indian water 1..1.OLDS Ave. Sacrifice! i t

which originally to u* from '' -
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the Bahama Islands and from Cuba. PERFECTS I

s. Thew avocado ripened throughout TWO BLOCKS OF POST OFFICE O tions. $
1, month and went little
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I way Into the fall month but the arorace A NEW PROCESS -
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It market ww.a-on cam before. the best winter BIG HOME BARGAIN SEVILLA-the I logical location for a high j

After a time there were varieties Color Finishes Have Wear class residence.
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Five well in '
set tangerines
acres oranges, man (
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''f produced In Florida from the Weet ing .' ,
to 'bo goes, avocados, grapefruit. Ideal and attractive
Indian seedling which proved of Black "
I later In maturing; and were greatly homesite, six room residence. Price, $5,000. I "SEVILLA-the ':"CoraL qfbles" of Home- I I .
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I, ought for while Automobile bodies enameled In a. L, < .
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and agricultural men b@r.a'to. colon, with all the resultant (low BEST BARGAIN IN DADE/( COUNTY !: .
winter avo.
dream of sure-enough
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I and lonr-wearlng qualities cbaracterUtlo -
eado. They kept on dreaming until of the common black enamelfinl.h Must be sold to settle estate. "Mile and half to SEVILLA-the aristocrat of all of Home. i"stead's

finally their dream* cam true. It tb..t'wa', are now' for the first time mad high school, on Redland road Ten acres;$6,000. '
hard to believe subdivisions. :/
for
. any person possible through the perfection of anew |
a real avocado oould be found that process by the Old Motor works, YI
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would ripen It. fruit In winter but Lansing, Mich. AVOCADO GROVE

now w* have several varieties ot,, the The announcement ot thl advanced ,; EVILLA-convenient to she\ h 0 o 1 s- 1
Best six-acre in Dade Coun.
two-year-old
Guatemala blood that will ripen to step to automobile manufacture wa grove I It1
winter : At a sacrifice. churches and business. |
south Florida during any not mad public br the Old Motor

month, and some will carry all work until the auoosss of the process + -H.V; I through the winter until spring. Itdepend had been assured. This. followed
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'.\ on the variety you select. The years of experiment and monthsof T: J. LETCHWORTH SEVILLA-TCool, sanitary and convenient. _|

J Guatemalan contains niu h> mere fat m nl'. For several month past =

',1 .,nutrition, than the West Indian Oldsmobile sport touring car hare Phone 120 Homestead, Fla.
varletle. fort of the Guatemalan been finished In weatheredbronsegreen =
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ei varieties have a* high a* thirty percent I baked enamel I =
while the average of them ha This ,
development of colored enamels -
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Ii,! family are scavengers In their way of I their want, both paint and varnish ARE 111 T INVESTMENTS ;

oatlng. All experimenter will agree makers said It could not Jx done- in .
that they wish to be fed from an aid (tt 'could'not wlGa the materials n i

. organic source of fertiliser and It : and Idea* then to..... But constant H The young man in love often goes into rapH SUBDIVISION PROPERTIES n" .
\i Mm aba to bo a fact that terI -! experimentation alone new line and 3 tures about 'the blue of the sea in her eyes and'the 'sH ,,
I tilising often and not so much at a finally the trying out of China wood '
: golden haze of autumn in her hair, but 3S 1'1

. time There U luiUbl art but few Insect that All. .or Tung oil. mad lucces powBible. remember this, young man-SHE'JL EAT just S r BUSINESS BUILDINGS I

m bother th* avocado. probably fewal ==| the same as any other healthy girl g : .

Insect feed on them than on any World Peace Boosted 3 3E i
,*"'0 other, tree we know of Their fungus By Clinton Howard = Therefore get down to practical affairs. Save 3H ,

diseases (so far a. known) are! -- your money, deposit it in a good reliable bank i : '
ot the minor tort and can be controlled 3 I Homes Lands I :
Grove !
with proper fortlllwr and bordiauipray. The "Little Giant of the Platform", = like ours and get ready to own a home for s Groves, ,

!' Clinton N. Howard .poke In behalf of == you and the girl and to provide the three square s I ;
World Peace to a responsive gathering Lands and
There I* no avocado In cul\i..Uon' In the school auditorium TuesdayHe 3 meals a day that you will both need as long as B Trucking .

at present, or at least none beingcommercially defended Incidentally, the divinity 3 you live. You know,when poverty comes in at ,3 .. :..
will stand K : Properties .
the cold weather grown of that north Florida "Chflst and then approached his the door,love sometimes flies,out at the window. 3 ,, ;\ t'>r City a
particular .ubJect of World t>e.c.. He = '
and Georgia, *o It seems that south
pointed out that the world .... Just '
Florida and especially the Redland discontinued one conflict and I 18 drifting 5
District .la the heart of the avocado 1 Iiga I! .
CITIZENS BANK :
; section. We have passed"th experimental Into another one much more destructive .
tags In knowing that we hare unless the spiritual policiesof 1 '

food winter ripening varieties. We the Prince et Puce are adopted. -I-f fIIIl11111111111111111111111111I11111111111l111111111111111 Everything That t Is.Worth While ]i iI |
also know that avocado are stilted Many prominent business men are 3 Homestead, Florida i i |
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This should be enough to encourage this particular task and a repreee == : "

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I Redlands Real Estate Exchange II !!I You must be 100 per cent satisfied if : EI I II


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Let'us'show you the best mized'grove in Dade County: 15 acres' oranges, 30 acres !


l cupancy.grapefruit. acres. budded' ,pears, 5 acres other varieties; > < < fine residence",, .ready.. > f for ,oc-, 3I 3'i'!'i, I CAMERON I '

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tl': *f Mar. Mf_ d dieaead. t* IM >> j reftI H. Iktg. 1. I tfVftfXrWWWWArWtfWQ
SCEN aN REDLAND HAVE CIIAED
veloped from t.... Tom the hea*- Advice .. Beekeeper
lead of KIll FYanwe Lewis to,

SINCE MR. AND MRS. BREWER DROVE It'D....'* corner"WWI_there'. Row"wa what Home wo f Agricultural.--New Set",,1.) Spunfcx"
mown a* ,
Hantfllna beee I Ia an art In luelfMyatary
"..do.*..* taken out her .by the following j
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TIIERE IN A WAGON 18 YEARS often seems to surround thekoeper
women: Mr*. BHU Boo*. Mrs.L .
he about hh work.have
I.. Bow, ....., Moron and *|M >.j a* gse. SILK I HO/ICRV
q Early Residents Picture Pioneer Days Vividly. Stumps, 'a h'lagt. Selpe f tk.M ...... .... l*aotiOnted THri wUteMa an Idea that wad the cotuMwklm bees 'M .U... COLOR S SSpcdallY

. Rocks and Palmettoe Ma Trails, OhlkIN.I &....-reel; any gielr>Mi1 and act An eaegaq

-. Almost Impassable r. .' ...,.r. du at Mint Ml*", 5100 "
A tlgtiro t a !_ i.a Prlml
BpnUll nut lIttle 'cdeSeils \
'** this country' .. t1pA
or the pioneer
f, INVITATION TO PARTIES JppffiESS Ry Yaw Mctea llaow. IsWomtio" -TJ* 'iftl theory. Hathe tky depend t ,
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: :: She tint came la"' .e ..it rJir rul handling J C. Geode $6 ACENCY$5
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Dances drlvtnj a team .f ex*a Q.
Walter Twwdell Called Off ; Lonnie (String.bean" urjrry. '' ta a t noar.r''Y.JO'1. :tea the tollewttig "
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hit wagon were. her dog .4' kwgunx. i 1I'JflTa.KID ."." "
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Coffin Was Chief [ oovltaiidtlni this Indtta.trtoiu
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j Mr. llel aa pitched! her tent) tv Queen ... ROYALTY
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/ near tile present Repel t'edae VUark l
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alt "Bee Mould' $* handled M .. t* ,iserjIIPPcrs J gauPPERa
like tara Amaaoa. but she .
clt..b than a* HUM a* pomlbl; la la
(lly Leon Prltobard) mlnatlon to *t'th, lumber,a* jrften rajrj greeted tit emr.* w lh *, frtendIf .
\h* wind "tlM through the pine hall of tbe'load would fall oft before (mil* and her camp" WM aa ..*> their work Quick mfrement tend< to grvl.raw FOR WOMEN ALL.illctetd. OPIixELl )
t .Moods and &n occasional shower Mr. Brewer could get It horn poet Sat hunter. She wa alwayi glt4 I'' Irritate and make beee difficult' to
I' dampen the olotbe* but not the Tb. &'-on""- 'fc* ItuJlt woe well to fd them or do anything the eetifdt handle The hive ihould not b* tat red I Cf f f

I I fcope,. of Mr. and Mr*. Tboraaa D w. wortltl..trouLl.., aId*llrg t* Ai.... a.*l.t people In need 8h. finally of disturbed more than la neoeeaary
:; S eras they drove their team at mules Brewer Ai It was the largest houM dwappe;.r4.a|d no one knew" where "D_ hould b* handled only durng Felt Slippers
Redland It became the popular '( the warm hour '01 the day and .I
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over the rough trail from Cutlw to di* weffl ? 3: ,i v. i iI
during' k honey flow. Do not attemptto
their prospective homestead la It...- place for loelal gathering Th school houee wa built In Red With nett Melded ..!. pad hMK erased
" "eighteen year ag*. On the wagon Never were partten mdr enlo>ed end In nOf, and Mine Ruth Mummeia manipulate the colony late In the I wish r<*a.M t* ..lea

1 wa pll":4 a crate of chlcketw, a DMo than. thoee given by the pioneer. Mr*. the rim teacher It was hard t* veiling or at night\ neither should All Colors

. j, o( out*, two bird dog and a> poll par- Brewer Hid. An Invitation 'wa un- And nough children to have a achoolTh they.. be worked on a dark cloudy dayCxceaelv DlacK Kid All Sit. C
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q X 'we are whisked over the road. around that timer* ".. to be a party *, Women' Club building. tend to demoralla them and certain Slippers Pre
that now make a network vr the and every one Tabbed up a pie' or train* 'will rush outside the hive and With 111..1..
' Redland IMntrlct, It !I. bard to plo- half of a cake to help with the refreshments One Of lilt moat Interesting organl-PloDeer 'make It very; difficult for the operator Steel Arch iupperta .,
latlon of the early day N4enR
sure the hardship* that were willingly and went through the -"Jh' t* do anything, with them"In .'
. Guild, M ttortatened by Mr*. Byrd ( pictured), DATltlNO ./LIPPNR"tic /
withstood by the early pioneer center of festivities CAM any dleea It luepeoUd.or
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At ;i work. for tie animal* aid UU more waged and piled In their neighbor,'' Mr. Brewer. wa the flret >preiddetit) has any other problem, b* thould' PAIR .. $2.95 I Priced pr.Children's. (
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t e..h untlng Joltlnr for M,. and Mr.I but there were only eevea, hone or, Mn B B. Orntaback, tint vicepmfitdent get In touch trick the Mat Plant .
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J' ,< \ Brewer bf for* they reached their den mule lathe country and many had to Mr*. Horg4 W Kowl, tlre.oreta" Board furnished at Oalneivlll Information" le Visit $Q93 ShOC "II:

, tlnatlou walk, though It wa almoet eMlef to' and Mr' F M. Spencer tint without charg Our O Department '
t Th treei had been cut off walk than to ride oa the'roogh read.
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Tile flret work ot tilt r
ireajurer Broken Sizes in Some Styles
i i Hoth. ob den her genta," Said th* r
, Dear the ground to make these trail' Old-time DaiMX'Hrld Guild WIll to gets church. Mrs Bauer dark-eklnned witness, Mandy Thomas., Set Them on Display'
I but that I II all the work that had Been. Dancing wa the. chief dlvereloa at donated landand money was raised Twa etandln' at d* corner convereln'. Values up to f 10 /I
. don on then Thai etump "wr" the paitte 'A violin and a raeuth by parties,, social and donation I
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pretty
'. atilt there and the rough rock and organ furnished the mule. LonnU' Another fund that the Guild lielped Ilk." They Won't Latt Long At This price.
1 palmetto root mad the trail almost -I (Btrlng-beaa"" ) Coffin was the chief nine waa th. early road fund It InitltuMd -
etielate the 1I0ft".UOlI&ld the
Irapanahl The prairie wr vlolinbt and Walter Tweedsll called the Nay Day oetebratlon forthe t
flooded and In many place th* Ion of I, off the flgurcM. "Chicken la the mid- tip-keep ot the cemetery and wu prOMcutor os'rRAPsSLIPPER.
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I' the "corduroy road were floating.A die and pie all around "Black- back of the tlaan la ilght-clnglnf ,
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: few famllld had taken out hom- enake," and "Swlnr or Cheat" were and drawing which wars started by )
dey 'wa eallln each other what dryisNew -
.t..... on what 1* now the Italland .acme of th* Knout popular figure. Mr. Harvey FlUpatrlck and Mrs OF EVERY DESCRIPTION
Tork Evening "uti""Hoth.
Road when Mr. and Mr. Brewer *rrived. -, M.... Drfwer, In telling of the Bret Lucy Warner. Jordan These cUttei

t Walter Twredell Will of atltes. peril** .attended, Said ih, were tree to all the children and ..," asked the little boy, t ,el
eon. Mm m.! V Martin and Allder.l. wa* asked. to place her wrapi In a they did much. to tales the itandardt when the fir goes out, where does 141.1.00" ""D "'HIITL.
I' f Xoael were among th... early "" J .,I aidee, roOm but there wet M many of music and. art In the communityand It lot" fREE Pt'.CRU.

n J. M Utmer had built the"ttcdland' babies asleep, on the chain and boxei t* make Inatructlon In the art apart "I dont know, dear answered ... CNILo'aws IHOII:..
; ..tore.C that- lh* could And no place lop her of the school system. Many well
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llrewrr Home \\'.. Popular '11 wrap, *,K>'*>h* put them On the porch. talented etlabritle have been brought m* whore your: father toe when heoe

Mr. and Mr llrewer went to the "$"Sum other pioneer hom..te..derla to Red land by, the Guild. .. out."-Nugget*. "'I I .
home of Mr and Mr,, F. M Spencer the Redland pletriot wore: George I =:: .

1" and rented a little one tory boons oa Kneel, Byrd' Fltipatrlck, Dan Robert*,' Bantu ort Ml flret ocean voyage, 1'011'011-1 you often have t* i N I Sg Sg9P
their homestead" until Mr. Brewer F. )(. Spencer. Barry Sullivan pave wa feeling the pang of ea alckneea rush to catch your morning train?"
could build their own home, a houee Sullivan C. T. Plummer, Frank I. "Ho hot" taunted hi. companion nubbe-"Oh, It* about aa even break W
t larger than any other In the neighborhood .. Wlrgan, John nernolda, Otto Prorlep To* am a landlubber. to' eho." Sometime* I am it odlng at the ltd: Wl" + rstlJn s aiWtli

and built of touch board and Mr. Myera The pioneer, however Right boy," Mid flartue.! ,weakly lion when the train come cuffing In, I Awwvwwvwww.East rlaller st.
hauled through the pin. wood from were not all men Even In that "An' I'. Je.*' flndln' out how much I and other time It It landing. at the
: Sliver Palm. Th other houee were I early time many women were lured really Itibb It.-En"bod M...* station 1111&11 com puffing In"-
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You can: but one today in the most exclusive residential section to Miami and each has the advantage of every:,;city convenience
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K.WALTON PROMOTES AVOCADO
I rent of that found in many fresh
r.ull. Thee* fact alone would war !
INDUSTRY IN SOUTH DADE COUNTY I'r.nl due ronelitoratlon being given to I
:the value or the avocado a* a fresh
t'IIIt Its hlef Mlu aa a load bOW-
AND GETS OTHERS TO TRY IT TOO
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tr* a a tetaiiMi *f ..I per aM *a *
His Nurseries Have 41, )) to avocados. lour pears lave a* ,
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and hie avocado IB
Trees Read To Be at '1" pet .*.*. TIM ...,
"'ScVOut beaotllul home and. at* Hitraert. __ i,a..iahi. 'wH .e .*.**. to THE
Which Include U 00(1 batty trees tapot '
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Inside and outilde a laif! *Uthou
HASVSEVEN VARIETIES .. oumblne to mak*,d,.'"Walt'n A pound< W ....*.....** ha be**
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piton OB*, .f the "u*"rr*,'|.oat attractlv f.nld red t. repreaeat 1.04 calorl**' :
Thes"e and ........I.U.. represent ever l,. .
Type Bear During enow" pla $.. *oj ; RcdlandDstritCDoesn't :
UII aatortu. Thl fruit I* Oed Hto
Period From July After studying (it 4 varlou avocado
.f ealad.. either alone or ecovbtned -
Until Aprilx type Mr Walton r.ai..IIt l ct4 seven *forn
varlUo which when tearing1 take with' vegetable, but at prewar
turn In furnishing trait *. 'a"'period no eatuiraaUry. way of cooking It bat .
It the avocado had ear.. how they e,
I M. this wonderful Fruit Festival
been discovered. It 1* wmattiM *
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would burn thl!* w 14 aeap at the time of art f ,, '
,.: honor For although in the Redland the avocado"TMntrlct U sharing Few following These varieties April. are: pollock, fruiting 1.4 and, to *om..Ume. mashed with ajMi* give you a great desire to owna
In July and AuguSjth* Waldln, 'or lem.n Ju...*. In Bruit aoeordtHf to
Oval with till cltnu family and lbs a tract of
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November Popeno
fruiting In October end ;
honorable pepper and tomato, *tlll It ,
dewert than a* a Maple food etuff
the Wlnnlowion fruiting In November -
arouae* the most Intereet beau It M'
and December: the Tart Wagnerand and I* mad Into a dllolou lee cream
and and till niploltr4
unique Dew
. ,'I\ "Th oewwt and most lustrous la the Oolllneon, fruiting In Januaryand
horticultural firmament' U bite Wt.'fI I February: and the Schmidt, fruitIng REAL FARM LAND
: In February and March i
;F' omeon* ha described the ..oo do.
Among the mOlt recent development -
It ha been generally conceded that
),Ir. Walton ha undertaken faa Why .
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10-acre tract which he will set out
for the growlnr of this tropical
fruit, and that In th. Redland Dletrlct for Hamilton Mlcheleea Companyof Use:

It flourishes Walton particularly BOOM IndustryA well Pollock.Miami, 10 Forty acre to acre Colllneon will be and let 10 to Canned ,I Look over some of the bargains I have for sale I

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the avocado to the rant In the Red- summer
for O. ),I. Whitehead MilkWhen
l acre* of avocado
W. K whoeenunerle
land District I. Walton :
of the Buy now'"'while can.
have 41 000 tre. ready for of St. Louis vIce-preiKdent you, ,
M'-' planting and who. book how Contract : Fresh Milk will be
for planting and maintaining> and he expect 10 plant 49 aero more Check these low prices and easy terms.
this next Mr. Walton delivered daily to
many larg avocado grove In south for him year your
r Dad/county.: Mr., Walton exhibit ale set out 10 acre last year for O.E door for 20 cents a
The following bargains will make a' huge profit. Study E
In the Fruit Festival Uht represents: Scrhatt of '1. Louie, prealdent of you' !
a inlnlatur avocado trove with the Mtawurl Kanea*' Texas' Rail quart these details carefully. '
branch of Australian pin trees road, for whom he net out 44 acre of Z

along lbs ldei a*It tOt break the wind,I avocado In I91t.Native No. 1-A tract of 180 acres of the finest deep black muck land
and youngavocado set out In ol the Tropic Jtnr milk U the rfc-heet milk.
rich red lOll The 'native home of the avocado U That I* the kind' w. produce. anywHere available. Fronting approximately 1-2 mile on the I

,. Mr. Walton wa greatly impressed the mainland of* tropical America. Tamiami Canal and Trail, 3-4 of a mile on a cross canal, now completed -
'"with the pouibllltlei of the avocado Persea"...,mlfolla la abundant In th. and last but
best of all I
approximately 1 mile of frontage
when na nine to this district Hill wild Mat on the lower elope* of tbs
Ta UI1 he had com to Lemon City volcano Orlaaba, In eoutbern Mexico, DEXTER SMITHBox on the extension of West Flagler Street. Priced for immediate

wt'i from Chicago where he followed titsInsurance I a*well ai Jn other part of that country sale at only $27,000; with terms of only $3,000 cash and the bal I
business, and had gone brokeon 126FLORIDA
1 2 3 and 4
ance years.
a tomato crop, It wa six The value of the avocado ai a fresh
| A "afttr he cam In till to montb'l r fruit I* ,described by Jaffa a* follower
F. 'j-* ;!the Walter Waldln Investment Com 1 "So far M protein and ash In CITY No. 2-A tract of 144 acres in the finest deep black muck belt.

' pany that hi bought a homestead re-,,fresh fruit are concerned the avocado .rHO E IN I Has 1-2-mile frontage on the Tamiami Canal, and the extension of
llnqulahment a short distance writ of Btande at the head of the Hit. and
his preeent location and set four acre,I I with reference to the carbohydrate, Flagler Street will cut through it, giving one full mile of Flagler,

Street frontage. Total price only $14,400, with terms of $1,600()()

cash, and the balance In 1,2,3 and 4 years. This is a wonderfulbuy.

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. No. 3-One of the most desirable tracts in the entire Ever .

" glades. Comprising 3,166 acres of fine deep black muck.; 4L>cated

; ; 1 Announcing about 22 miles west Canals are now being constructed on \&-est I I

a side, north side and through the center, giving 8 miles! of canal l

A NEW BOOK frontage. The total price for the entire tract Is only$ 9,12q<|; with

.c terms of $7,680 cash, and the balance in 1, 2,and 3 yea s. This

tract will make someone a very big profit *-*, .


,:I No. 4-Is a tract of 2,880 acres located about 18 miles directly

I ;I west. Fine, rich farming land. ,The price on this is $57,600, which

can be paid $6,400 cash, and the balance in 1,2 and 3 years.



.-' i YOU CAN'T GO WRONG ON THIS

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':!II ;2 No. Comprises a tract of 864 acres, located between Ta
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.,..... age on Snapper Creek Canal, and now that the dredge ins./working, '

.! ? it is a wonderful buy at my special price of only $17,280. ; payable

$3.50 each $1,930 cash, and the balance in 1,2 and 3 years. '


I ,Jfrj r : .'" .. r -- .. No. 6-Is really my pet buy. Comprises 288 acres located in

Published by E. B. Douglass Co., Miami, Fla. the heart of that wonderful district between the Sugar Mill,and

Tamiami Trail. Canals are now built, 1.2 mile east, 1 1-2 miles

to south and 1 mile to west, and a new canal is now ,being constructed

giving 1-2 mile canal frontage on the north. 'This landis
"The of Naturalist with wild life
adventures a together on
_. and geology,of the state." essays only 14 miles west of Miami and the price is only $10,080. Payable I

$1,120 cash, and the balance in 1,2,3 and 4 years. ,


it.- ........ ..,,;-v Every page holds you intensely Interested as you
; t r-1* I ";; ,<( follow the story ofthe, writer's adventures over every ARE YOU AWAKE ? t
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\r foot"of Florida's beautiful "out of doors.
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! r *t L remarkable book-full of humor-filled from coverI' Have you ever heard of such bargains! ?

f ,' Ito cover with a wealth) of knowledge and wonderful

I' descriptions of the plant and animal life of tropicaland However, these are subject to prior sale and owners' change

, f semi-tropical Florida. of mind.
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'r I Go with him down the beautiful west coast,*visiting "
Better check book.
bring your .
L its Innumerable islands. x .' '

I Share the beauties of Florida's forests, Its ham- These won't last long-that's a fact: ..)r/: :" = .
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mocks, its great open country and glade lands. ,- l* .9 .
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CORAL: GABLES HAS JUST ENTERED: ; "' ."."""."IlllIthKINIiIlHIi


I THIRD YEAR OF ITS DEVELOPMENT; [ What's Doing i at School OI r"r


FIVE MILLIONS SPENT BEAUTIFYING ._ ..... VeUanIslaizdsGold
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,-- -- .. -----. Over .0. pupil are now enrolled In I Harper, Lilly Wilson and A.lta Vun.I .
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With .n"IJijO! already fxpmlc the Hwnet4 public aohoola.Th I..rac-. Program [
clcwly allied with Spain than with I =
in tjeanllfrl'ir ImJVpm"nta. hommI The perrloM eoolety .*... a program
I uilneM bulUllngu ant.I public ulllltlea. any other country, eo Ipanlah arch- br rail fr tile month end. lat Friday afMraooo at the pease Bonds
its third torture rightfully belong h.ro. Not tag February II follow" I"tiUdtag. The I. '
< oral Oablen u intrrlnc year ttgim was even laMitral .
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only doe It .monl. tropical EIGHTH OIU.DE .. .
with, a dvMopm program on aneala -BUI CampbnlJ! differ*** language The : ,
skies and tree*,. but It add material }
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which l I. eald to be unpreodnt.xd. UlMa KHng, Mary Elisabeth Kpom* orlpture was taken from tko first ;1 'I'i
comfort to horn llf*. Bpaotou loggia I Oreo*. Manle,. Ruth Mowry. MaW chapter of Oen.... and was road

Only a little more than two yearsage and* ekeplng and "patlostte p rejt." ., tiled living porehedand root rtoberieon and ORADR Ethel :Dodeon.SEVENTH Eleanor' KHng, la .p.ebrm The tatlo. 0'rav.' a WE OFFER i <,y yI
George K Merrlck. Of Miami, hlgWifdeelrabM prayer In-Latin and the Bpantah claat'
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temwe Mattte Ma MI1)% U VM| Nixon.. NancyBelle ,s aaf a "pong In Boantah.
grapefruit aed aoad >
wor of large beets .
Cil (hotel life '
feature NeclMMd and Martoo Robertson O.a. Cavl: told an old Bpanlub story
outh Florida. boot I
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$ dbttnctlve fe.dures.f
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On* of tk moat .
smn' th** Spanish great work suburb or building which wouldbe dumInctlr the mJoYtt/ Of wf.hobs.' *"*'III I the fins SIXTH GRADE: Mildred Barber and different Helen language Hawley sang a song In three I I Two Hundred I' Y ,
old Bpaahm the r<
Kathlae ,
Riggers Julia Brothers .
Oonil Hoe Model*
the finer
eipreerfon tf
worthy Every eectlo of tho suburb ha. France Brown Helen Daub, NnHoqDoreey. : The Coral Roe Literary: Society met
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of the city a "
wuw whkk rove not Jamite Field. Leon QuntaVeon &onday Thousand Dollars I
chltecUral aplendor of old Bpaln Inn building reatrlotlon morning In the school audtMum I I '! I
.,1a.1I8H. but Horn. Roberta Horn, Cart ;:
vetting of tropical IvxuHaM. At Mly the minimum peat Alton t with the '....Id.nt, Claudia : ,
Merrlck't holding building_ a* well On many of the Jeffrey, Adell Jones Mary Jone.. UWe HeEwtn, prealding/ and Catherine
time Mr.
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aovered approximately tIO ken. principal *trt* It 1* nec*_rr to !tae Lea George Manley. Alberta !**- Imltk acting .. secretary pro tern.Th WOItTIIOF ,. I
four own more than on* lot In order to ctittl. Marvin Shaw, Edna Blavfna, following program wa given:
but today Coral Gables sever
equar miles, about 1,100 *cre The kulld The** r* trlctlon' have mad. Pauline Thompson, Acton Waldln, Jr. Bong-.Eighth grad*. :' j!
uburb la situated In the oout......- possible tie bread lawn and exten.lv Orlando Wallam. Life of Henry WaWorth Longfellow F NEW ISSUE I
attractive garage and driveway -Catherine Bmlth. 1" '
'rn part of Greater. Miami about planting FIFTH ORADB: William Edwards,
three mile from the heart of Ibo *. breathing .paell for children I Delia Llvlngiton, Edith Glenn John n..dlll..Xar.ar.t Voea
and garden plot for homegrownfruit Thomson, Heroics McEw.n. Viola Bong-firla' ehorua,
naiuuallr high
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elevation and I I. swept by the eool and vegetable They loirur ,Johns and Alvah Taylor. I II Life *f Edgar Allen Pe-r-Klhe $350,000.00 I I' ,
etudard ot building odeon.
lino high
invigorating gull tram breeae all I FOURTH GRADE Ralph Lang
year around.Five On of the moot beautiful reridenoe 'ford Ruth rnueur Kathryn Quitaton. Reading'-Jimmy Brother. ,
of the moot Important highway In Coral Gables ha. Just been completed Petty Murphy, Grams Rayburn, Reading.-Thelma Diggers. The Bay Biscayne Improvement Company f
Maria Loyleaa, Monteia paoettl, H"I.aField. Catherine Smith Ethel Dodaon and
of southern Florida... directly on P 8ot Boulevard, for Don =
... the Abstract Ileulah L. Mllla and John Drew.TI0IRD Jimmy Brother were appointed a* a t
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around Coral Gable Peabody ft
through or
committee to plan a for the First Mortgage 8% Five Year Gold Bond ;
Phew are the southern Dint 111ghway : 4 Title Guaranty Corporation at ft / GRADE: Howard Cllne. Edwin program

Tamlaml Trail. Cap Sable High. lost of IH.Ovfl. This magnificent Mr Oarrah. Walter Fra.enr. Alien. neit meetingon Maroh 11. Dated May\ 1st, 1923 Due May\ let, 1928 i : !
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way ford and Coral Way, the lame a structure overlook Venetian Oaks and Wilt, Anerl Barrow, Com Davis, E Norletle Elect Officers = I
lei I. Booth, Amoe Mora, Louin Aldrich Ruraell Horn WM elected president =
moat Important highway a. an extonln was designed by W. 0. DvOarmo. Interest Payable May 1st and November 1st .
.. to Brlckell Avenue. Th proposed Three hundred home are on the program James Rowan Gladys Campbell, of the Adelphlan Literary Society ata "t.1" 1
will be added to this eeaaoa and roughly one Frank remit, Howard Field. Robert meetinghold last week The other =- -'
Oversees Highway '
tho llaUToday third ot thl. number have. already' ben I Krom and Wilbur :Free. officers elected war, vtce-prmldent, MIAMI BANK & TRUST, COMPANY. =: t
there a re nor than 40tgpanUh begun. SECOND ORADBl Bobble Crow Alice Ferrell and secretary and treaar ,1
of Miami Florida
of Grace Hobeon. Julia Bulllvan, CII".. .r, Lola Holland ,
Mediterranean type
and
,oaldeitoe erected and occupied at Up'I' bet Smith Lucille Turnag. Sheila R... Tower aa elected president of :: !
I Franklin Sets Thomson, Iva Conner. the Peerless Society. Claude Campbell Truete of bond and depository for proceed of bond salty ell E i "
i"orat Cable and forge of workmenran I New Production Mark = ,;. per term of trust deed, executed in favor et Miami :: '.
:FIRST GRADE: Elisabeth Cftplln.ger elected and John '
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b* Mit all over the suburb poohing Hank and Company, My lit. till.
new home through to completion. I Doris Mueken'"",. Genie Robert Rich wee elected secretary and trea*> "
Byraouae, N Y. -ReUU deliveries of MarJorie! Sullivan Nell Jeffrey Hurter urer. E Principal and interest at the Miami Bank =
Much ( the beauty ot U*** delightful = Trust J' ;r""I.C !
Frankllit car during last November Mlvtretta. Delma Rhodes, Archer New Pupil Company Miami Bond In lnter K .
I found In changabl denomination, cf $100.0} and 11.000,00 each, regleterabl C .
Coral Cables home *
mark before equalledfor Wattles, Robert Mlat Florence
wt up a never Smith Barney Roger. Graf of st. Augustine = a* to principal .- '
the fidelity of Upanlth atylM, that month according! to U. H.I I' Margaret McOarrah, Gladys Moria, I II a new pupil In the sophomore = t

In history and tradition, ell mat. and Franklin, pre.ldent of the Franklin f Valera Fitch, Llnton Conner Emily elaea this week, and France Graf ha 1 SECURITY AND PURPOSE OF ISSUE | d t
foliage. )Florida U said to be more Automobile Company Brown, Cherie Aldrich, Katherine Just enrolled In the seventh grade
= Theee bond are .cured by a Trut Deed to th* Miami SX .
Dank Trust Company for all Venetian lalanda, Number I and :5 d ,
E 4, located In Biscayne fay, a* shown by Pint In accompanying p Jj i
S letter The proceeds ot blond wit to reimburse the Company B .
jj for amount expended and to be expended for the creating :: '
2 and Improving eald Iiland Number and 0. Th* value of eald. ss I
C S security when completed, at preatnt ceellng value, I* placed -
S at 11,141,000, or over four tlmr the amount of thin Bond E e y
E iMueS = :

The legality of theie bond have been paaed upon by S :
( teeN S Me..r*. fthuue Bowen attorney for Th Bay Biscayne improvement s
S Company and Wllard It Knight attorney for The 5
S Miami Bank A. Tru.t Company aa Trustees S .. "
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PRICE 95 AND ACCRUED INTEREST TO 1

I YIELD 9% Ii : ,.' '. II

IMPROVEMENT FUND '| ', f.,. I
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of Ml.* of all bond with th* Miami Bank Trust Company, -
= to b* held' a. Trustee t>y, them and paid out by them on\
{ 3 otrtirioat of Engineer, for monryi expended and to b* *.- E
S ipMided in the acquiring and Improvement ot said Islands ss
Member I and 4, ES !It

,,In the opinion of counsel three bond, secured by' E
E a Trout Deed, are a, direct lien and first E .
S mortgage on all of Venetian Islands, Number 5 j
E ; a and 4 appralaed at ..... .... .......... .. ....... ......... tl.IU.DGtIO.> S' I. .

E ,And a direct obligation of The Bay Blacayno E
E Improvement Company whoM net assets ::
= over all llabllltlea, Including this bond leeue ...,Sl.Otl.ltO ES
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THIS BOND ISSUE, totaling $350,000.00, Is | ,,_. '

"" .t.\ .. I ;backed by the entire Islands Three and Four, .. i ': .
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J:- 't;: The New ; I with a total value of $1,842,000.00. All of the. "';, :

,,fl. \ lots on Island Three and Four have, been. cold,;" E ,y xir '+; .

I to purchasers on contract and are now in the r;

: I hands of individual purchasers, with deferred 'r' "l, {

FRANKLIN: ." I payments being paid in seml-annually.. ', | .t,;, :j ;:1

| FINAL PAYMENTS on these contracts |

mature before the maturity of these bonds and |

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$1950H: : '. :, : '. :, i is more than four times the total amount of f

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,; New Body New Motor .' .' I IT IS SELDOM a purchaser of bonds has an I ,

'". opportunity to buy bonds so well secured with = r.,

: k This new Franklin hat remarkable ability and E such ample means for repayment provided at i
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good looks The greater power and ipeed of the t :' | the time the bonds are offered. |

New* Six-Cylinder Motor are fully expressed in I WE BELIEVE these bonds are infinitely II ,

t the New Body. It ia longer, lower, roomier- :. .... better than the security offered and the pro'i: i

more map. And the new pressure air-cooling S vision for re-payment-of the usual apartment, .,!

tem I guarantee perfect motor performance under I hotel or business bonds. | .

condition: that would atop any other engine mace. ', !.. ... I THE REASON for offering these bonds at = !I '

This ia the safest car on the road and the fattest .. .::-- I this time is to facilitate the construction of Veil = t '? : .4

In a date run. No other rides like it, handle to .' S netian Islands in that they will provide money =, :. "

easily stands up 10 well, or it 10 economical. .. .' I faster than we would ordinarily be able to ob5
Fineit leather fcfeFRANKUN : tain it through the payments now outstanding =
,; : : Five-paitenger. Aluminum body. /, .
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New' instrument -. ; > ?; | on the contracts.
;' sad curled hair uphohtery. 4'
:, board and fittings New demountable rims. Tho ->a : ':; :' /: :. i FURTHER INFORMATION will be gladly .

,_ .4 greatest motor car value and the lowest price ia ,,\-; : '''"t a given at the Venetian Islands Qffice, 105 North- -

:.'. ,}, : .' ;:;' 21 years-$1950 f.o.b. factory. yS ... ". i east 2nd Avenue. 1

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refer intending investors to the Miami .
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low aef very, -.11I1 .' w'. i ASSOCIATED COMPANIES .j'= ',:.1.

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__ splendid and unqualified endorsement as Coral Gables dred residences of Moorish and Spanish design have already been ,

state institution has received during the last month erected, a fine hotel, swimming pool, country clubhouse, golf _,

every city in Florida, is to us one of the notable fea- links, tennis courts, schools, and many beautiful entrances 'and .j

!' tures of this most successful season. Miami and Miamians plazas. In its remarkable conception and accomplishments Coral '

\ x long ago registered their appreciation of Coral Gable, and thdr!! Gables.f is..one.. of the most wonderful achievements of our, (day.) : 1

large part which it plays In the growth of Greater Miami. And .
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, now comes from the state press unexpected and unsolicited, the '
a a correspondent as follows: "Last week about twenty teachers 1
most generous praise of Coral Gables and the magnificent de-
from Seminole County enjoyed the delightful trip to Miami and i
l 2 velopment work accomplished here.
Coral Gables., An adequate glimpse of the suburb is, impossible =;

, The edi'tor and publisher of the Orlando Reporter-Star in a recent to give with the pen. To appreciate it is to see it in all its colorful E

issue ,said: "To employ poetic language about a highly material- glory. Its title, 'Miami's Master Suburb,' is rightfully given. This l!

-' istic subject, Coral Gables-so much in evidence today-Is a romance second old Madrid City delights the eye even at a casual glance Sf i

a dream, a vision. There is absolutely nothing like it on Plazas, Prado, homes and business buildings are delightfully x

; the American continent. The writer questions if there is anything Spanish. The only things lacking are the Spaniards, themselves."
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Gables, nor of the investment of its citizens' money in the proposition
wonder of Coral Gables confined to city and state. From every
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The editor of the DeLand Daily News, after a visit to Coral list of buyers. We do not attempt to believe that these shrewdmen i

-' Gables, writes in his paper: "To describe Coral Gables as it de- and women have purchased Coral Gables plots and hor..ee''

, serves is beyond the powers of the writer, suflbe to say it is a because of its surprising beauty; but we do feel confident that., .-

beautiful, immense, high-class subdivision of Miami which will each and every one of them has done so for the reason that at

'-' not only,make that progressive city famous, but will be a jewel' Coral, l Gables they see an opportunity that comes' all"too 1- '\\seFdom." 5=

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account of the limited area of land in this country which is contract, at cost plus a service charge of 10 percent of the net
suited to avocado culture. Most of that area, the best of it, is proceeds of the sale of the fruit
right here in the Redland District.
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the time avocados from yond the contract period on a basis that will be mutually satis
:At present are selling at ,$6 to $30,.,>. ,
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factory. Many grove owners may to own "
a crate. The average price for the last two years has',been ."
about $12 for a crate containing 36 of the fruit. We could tell groves after the fourth year, in which event they may depend
upon us to furnish helpful advice and to.co-operate in
you individual returns received from avocado groves that ; every
would seem unbelievable to you if you were unacquainted with reasonable mannerAlmost
the marvelous development of this "fruit of abundant riches." everyone looks forward to owning a grove in Flor- ,
ida. To build a grove is no small task, and to do it right costs
Regardless of your station in life, you owe it to yourself money. But, as in most undertakings work can be better
I and family to acquire an income independent and separate done,and at less cost,through a competent organization such as
from your present business or profession. You ought to pro ours than by individual enterprise. w
vide Income Insurance.Our ,)
If one is operating individually, the same kind of organization -
proposition is to provide this Income Insurance for and equipment would be prohibitive for a 10-acre grove or ,
,you under a plan which relieves you of all personal care, and smaller tract. Again, under the individual plan one would
to do it somewhere in opulent Dade County-where it is always have to give up his other business and source of income. But
June-where you can enjoy life to the full. under our plan the owner may continue his present employ-
ment and utilize a portion of his present income to meet the "

When we do business you furnish the raw land and we payments until the grove is in bearing, beyond which time the
do the rest. We, however, will, if requested, to-operate: with ,property itself should become an additional 'source of income ,
and advise you in selecting good avocado land. that will continue t indefinitely under proper care. ,

Furthermore, at the end of the fourth year, we firmly be-
You provide the land, 5-10- -100 or more acres and lieve that a WALTON developed Avocado Qrove property located .
we will clear the plot, scarify it, prepare the holes for planting in the Redland District will be worth not less than $2,000to
set out 83 healthy one-year-old trees per acre of the $3,000 per acre and will show an excellent return on that
varieties you may select; fertilize them, keep down weed valuation. ,
and,in every way do everything humanly possible to producean .
ANo., 1 grove for you. All under, ,.our expert supervisionand Write for further details, or drive west on the Redland "
, planted with trees raised in our own,nursery, ;trees'of. Road from Homestead, Florida, three miles until you come to
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