The Homestead leader
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00087295/00182
 Material Information
Title: The Homestead leader
Alternate Title: Leader
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: South Dade Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Homestead Fla
Creation Date: March 13, 1924
Publication Date: 1923-
Frequency: daily (except sunday)[<1926>-]
weekly[ former 1923-<1925>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (June 14, 1923)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1931.
General Note: B.E. Archer, editor.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002075048
oclc - 34296444
notis - AKR3403
lccn - sn 96027189
System ID: UF00087295:00182
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Succeeded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Leader-enterprise

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Committee Named to MEETING TO BE Dillon Announces Ht v I ROAD-TO-K '
I Nominate DirectorateFor Candidacy for Office' I

.j OF TIIE AVOCADO Next C.of C. YearAt HELD IN MIAMI Of Dade- County SheriffRarmoA' IS J. REDD'S REPLY; i I

j 1C. ;:+ :. akkat *f .*- THOMPSON'SFIRE

',;, AT COUNTY FAIR Redland a meeting Dlatrlet af: Ika Chamber dlraetara of at Common the NEXT SATURDAY lIes of Miami treat un to !..*. has ARTICLE DRAWS .

_acd bit "d.4aq for the *"lIn >
[ Wednesday alcht a aomniitueoonalatlnc --,- tied elntrld Bond 'Block ,
$ / of at Dads 01111"" NEW YORK RETAIL Specifications .
1.- of C. T. Harper W. U.Brodle ;
1 \ Walton and Letchworth Anr U. U Cook. J. H. Webster Avocado Association,. to aa Interview with trader' rep.ieattatlw FRUIT MARKET : Purpose of Propaganda -

1n Charge of Dis. and U R. Nixon, wan appointed t. Hold Its 'AnnualElection today. Mr. Dulles aald bloat for Change ,
)>.. ftt* platform wa a sires, 'honest admlalatratkM .
; t trictBooth make nominations far tha Chamber af th* ahetdMw omen JMT Hudson Terminal grapferuI4ai '

.\ \ of Commerce directorate la be elected --- that would bring about law enforoe- ......lat..10 itoa.; I for flat u,' FACTS :ARE MISSTATED
the lint Tuesday In April at a general !>." doa : .... ..... doa,
RUGS ttKEE la sections tile i
K LONGVIEW Otnoera for the-Atenadft Aaeoolatlaaac mat all of **uti.
of the Chamber of Comment
J I meeting will elected MM, _duet aa ekiaf at v,rtuaMiami is Near Grand OaatraA ttatlon (111 I Iireet } ,' Former Wet Man:
( the earning M Key Says
1. ,1 .im .B.a.i my i The committee will make Ul .tynomlnatlona year ); Indian Rlwr gfaffruW I..J
during the
order that there maybe at the aaaual meeting at thle or 'ftn.r period News-Metropolis EditfoiaVla
This Feature In and -
Baftes We
\ Mrs. Says apiece Queetpoo'
nlaatlan In the Miami Chamber etComrnrr.e will b* eufflct nt testimony laf ny behalf ,.
candidates for of the (
two each Unfair
Oornar Kulton and Chnixdewntown > fltrseto--I
Most Admired in. at 11 o'clock heat Mr. Dillon said "I bold thit
1'1. ftrtoea dlraetora that the
qompoea I .....
\ office for two aurcnulve t 111111IA4 ; for fee and lue al'
, ; Woman's. 1 ifefft.Tha t'' board 8x! directors will be elected; Bnt W y morning and at I o'alotk Cat had lot the offlc become appo'Mlvvndnr Two blorka nearer very Hitrt: tl The roaW af the Key Largo road
y t? from homestead, three from florWeCty ..aa, afternoon. An elaborate progrant not and will b changed.
i the city eommlailoa form ogovernment. for tit; ruaaeta, t far t o8tre* even The
: Dada "Oeungr Fair came rigs< ) and one each from Radland, *l- bas bean planned. There wee I confident that I etaade). I bends were voted and mid t* build A
. on Up ot tha Radioed plltrtot FrullFeetlval. fr Palm. Modallo, ttartn'fa, PHnw a email attendance at the mtmbmhlpmeetjnc would have beat re-elected to aero Vaaay Market: 4 Mr Itc. i road from Fiona City to CnnT
and it meant a lot mon ton and Qoulde. held to flip laboratory at third term." Miner Market-nearer the river: I l' work Ira ... out bamueiof Redland laM Friday avenliur.The II for tie would build a bililg to
for eoeae ), taken Mr. Dillon said that h* had been a ; roast 4 for tlo. opnnnct
Aa-odatloa has
worker If the Red- Avocado "om.I. Key Largo with this road Menre
I Oammvoa ROTARIANSAREGUESTSOFC.OFC. the reddest of Miami alnoe he wa 1yean n baakvt < mMI-Ito
I'' land DUtriet .had aa exhibit that advantage. of opportunity le *dvtrtlae of age and la familiar with con.r51 the basket). County la prwpurliig I" Meld and w* .
Itself, offered the county
Would da credit to the. .weeps oltb by 'are ready to bull<1. A change In the k
established booth dltiona la bade County from lt'* Utha
) "bile\: eonp, ,pt :Xl'k}: M 1 .84 fair and Iou a present time. He war born: Mil Mr. Fleitas rout would Invalidedtha bowl lulu
t* l ofTKdJijp; aWf'roll.: ; .... there The AneoeUtlon la out after to Open I *."

; i But ''WIIO. the" Jau 1O.n; II. Ie.Ij CAFE LUNCI] lint prlee, too, ill members announce. raised In Key Wett. (ftYhoIcsale$ and Retail Thla l la. County OommlaaloMor J. 'Y>.
AT A recent matting of' the discolorsof
Q j Wednesday night there we a Red Cigar Business Here Redd'a answer to propaganda thMhaa
landDletrlot Chamber ot Coiflmerc : the Avocado Aeaoclatlen brought RORERTSONTOHEAD been spread t..n effort by
't booth, with -an exhibit of fruit aad ; 1. b > : K ,' about a dUcunlon of the need of egovernment special Interact to have the rent
other to It th. Visitors From All Parts of expert here to look after A wholaula and retail ctgaf. bualncm -
.f product that draw of what will be! the Ant\ unit of teoveraea
admiring attention apd q%,eettone *l f U. S. Stop Here On the health of the avocado and tomato COUNCIL will be opened In Homestead' highway t. Key West changed

fi the hundred who attended the fall t' District Tour ). This wtll no doubt be an Monday IVanclaca Flrltaa In the In order that rartaln Islands maybe
eiptnalva proportion, aa W. J. Krome store of the Redd Bulldlnc formerly
.n Ill prtmlar, night FOR FLA. CITY beneflltad just .because they are la
and others pointed out, but all agreed occupied by the Pennlnaular Jewelry :
j There pars alo two. coropettat Over fifty Rotarians from all I part Dads County. The aim of thbi. arapaganda
number> of the Chamber'' of Commerce of the. United State wart poets!. eI f that It wil be a neeeaaary arranca coo.Its.: ; It I I. claimed! la to bring
Kelltaa, who with Mra. Flelt.
ment. One of the tomato puking
In charts ot the booth to an- the RedUnd Dlatrlct Chamber of tilt over-era road to a palnt'wbere'
, B. H. Edwards Re-Elected
" houses baa offered to pay li<)ft of came to H meetnd a few months ago
ewer ,a.utlc .jid ** 'V. AIIIpl8Lf at luncheon In the Semino eventually a viaduct from a point near
J Commerce to be near their ...-Ia.... and
unfamiliar the axpenaa, and someone suggested Mayor and Mrs.
" th. avocado to peraona )* Cat Tuesday, when they werebrought I Myers Miami or Coconut drove would aoa
daughter, Mr. and Mre. J. D. Reddla i
'With the teats of the trult that ao to. HO ett.,4 by.C J. Brook that perkapa some of the citrus canker Is Clerk ? neat' with tale Dad County key and
be uae4'. The now In Key West arranging for a
could atat
i ,here else In the United State fcfowl "and Other member* of the Miami .manor thus lead the treble t. Kay ''Weat
irglilatSira will asked to stock of goods for his new bualneaa. .
be' appropriate
with the commercial aucoeaa, with Rotary Club for k tour of the Red- without thing Homestead a* tilt rent
: BedlandftUtrtet money to _lit: In carrying: on Fred Robertson was elected preal. He will continue to buy fruit for but f
[which It la produced U tha land District, which they mad after .t the Redland I>latrk>t any chancewbitSveP
the flgktWUh plait disease and the dent of the newly-elected eo.DoIlmeliof of-towa trade, ainee ha f ele that
: of Florida. The** mea were tb .Idob..., to benefit from the new
Ttatchworth; ; / balance 'of the meaey will be raised Florida City at their tint meeting ha can handle this and bla dgar hue).
,W. K. Wilton and In the lobby of the cafe, president arer-aea, route.
| land they art on the Job agala tOda; Gordon E. welcomed the i by the grower last Tuesday night, The retiring prea sees without too much trouble. W. W. Thompson a former bualneaa
(dent WM A, W. Jones Mr. Ploltaa wes formerly' owner ofa
\ and will be on the Job until the cloeeJ visiting Rotarlan on behalf of the mall of Key Writ but now one et the
'J, the fair Saturday night Word Radland District Chamber of Cora- BIG DANCE TO BE This meeting cams the day fol. cigar factory In Key West owner of the Paula Phonograph Coot .
owing one at the meet InUreatinelectloaa ,
Mr. Walton that
carne yesterday from marce. and ptgur S. E. Llvingatoa I Miami characterised a* a grossmlrlstemelet
ripe avocado were proving a wonderful welcomed them on behalf ef the Cityof Florida City aver held. Of CRACK TEAM I IS of facts! an editorial
the III votes Tl polled for
out ware
attraction at th* Redland Homeatead.; Dr. J, B. Tower told I entitled "The Key West Highway"
booth, aa they were being cut into them of the good water !end the B. H. Kdwarda for mayor: and 44 war which appeared In T.....".''. issue of
polled for Edward SUIIng. J. Mm BEING
pleoea and handod out to strangers healthful condition In the district. tha Miami News-Metropolls,
mona and 1. I. Caves each were give
,/ to taate. H* requeeled that anyone Dr. Tower eaU that during his entire Thta editorial axhlblta nothing but
t"l who has rip avocado get them to practice In Homestead and vicinity h< *! Votn Ninety ..t.. were palledor AT PRINCETON gnoranc and muddy thinking or willful -
M. Mlverman. J. M. earn
f him through the Chamber o( ComE had not heard pf a Base ol malaria Kllng prejudice," AId Mr, Thompson laan
next with tl vote W. r. A. Robert.
E\| snorts office .m Homertcad 110 thatA that had originated here in. South. Dado Interview with a Loader rrpreaen-
eon with 4T, If. yetaotd with1. and
oho supply\ would not be ..xbaa.t.d.y had d lairs Tuesday afternoon "Tb. writer
A. R. Llvlngxtoa, who has long Invited to C. of C. William 'Batohalor with ... Theee Semi-Pros Fancy Am
*y Mra. J. 0 Ballet who haj sharp In the either was not Hco.nalnteit with the !
fr of tilt .'.wom.'* dapartnv ar>etefbl ixparieneo.a Everglade: *,A*told a *civil the engineer...ttoor11i.,< -. ,-Even Sat;Night- .. 1 tIL.'n41- J eeeMeseep.at" "'"* ateurs in Line-Up o f fadti'of 0>. aa:or be wlAury| ml*. Pt

i fair and ha* been U yeuVtn Dade great development poulbllttlei that dense ever )ln'Flora D. Myan was elected I' Baseball Nine /i repreaaatad the facts, for h* nay that
town clerk. 8eventy.nlna votea were
The : laHomeitead
that the exhibit given
the roadalong
-County fairwork, says (bla land offered after reclamation Dad County U building
'; ., of the Longview Club of tbledlatrlct through drainage. Me told of what polled for.her W. C. Bchutt recelvei Princeton I I. eft the baavball map tb* preatint route la buildinga

W' l. always the W'featur of' I* being done In the Cape liable region, It will'be held In the big Fruit .T roles tor' marshal while hie'opo one more with Cbamborlln M oho road t* nowhere, aa It will.. end In

-lisp department. In an Interview"with where vast tract af rich agricultural l Festival tent on'Krome Avenue 8atnrday pa* nt. W. R. Ooodlng, received 10.The.election head A atrontf leapt tea been. formed ha middle' of a sound and Monroe

a raprcienutlva of The Leader phi i Und are being reclaimed night, and verybody la' Dad ., followed a aomewhatormy called Princeton All-ntara and I Itu County has not the bonding' rapacity

1.I said that thla club each year has ill C. T. Harper spoke on tomato growing County to Invited to attend ., Campaign, with moat Interest I a team of aura, according to frmeeon t.r a bond IMU. that will build emidge.
and other Tha charge will be ll a'coup.,. sestand about the election if the fakes '
r :wonderful dlepUy of rag and marketing, fan Flat bead I* capably ,
i band work tbat never fails to bo the or II for each man since women coming mayor oars of by Field Captain Cockle who "It la strange that he la not aware

f.1 center of attractionor *11tor-Othr! without .men escorts will be ad- All of the newy| elected councilman. for two year captained II fat Men//. hat Monroe' County not only voted but

-.featuna ot Mra. Ratios de.i>artme.tara GOLF FUND IS melted free, I. E. BUhop,' tecratary xcept Mr. Cavea, were preeent at pro team of Atlanta, end who soaked MM bond for the building" of a bride

I qUlltln, palntloga, canned and of the Redland District Chamber of Tuesday nlght'a. meeting. Four com ha apple at the rata of 40* per cent hat will, connect Key Largo with Dade

candled. [roll., and 'alniliar prodscta.. HALF PLEDGED Commerce announced today. "The mllteemen were appointed. They; : 0)'." McMweeney sad Graham makUp Gpunty1* end ot the read at Card'a
t la at negro show was not Inn, and u the were: M. illvermart, finance ;Mr.
feature cMha tlr that tla reat of the Infield; Thraa play Mound. Tbs engineer of Monroe
'A ... wide attention \ta the auto- --. tent la being rented'.lI. Chamber of Kung; tight;5,Mw Rmmonaejree, *. ors move,.,..IU the aklll tad f precision Dounty hat long since completed hi*
which the dealer Commerce need money 1O 'pay the and Mr. llatohelor. sanitary, 0&,1lnI.Il0411, ,
show 14 Aim Is 100 Members at pleters. lane and specifications tor the bridge
in Miami and vicinity! are taking: active rent W* hop to mak* It with thli Outfield la aura (to be atrong a. which will b* oonatructed with Ml-

part Thl la th< fo rt_ anneal automobile $100 Apiece; On"EaSPayments lance And w*are going to make this Rev. Stradley'to; Give John Qunn, "Babe Ruth" of "Hometea4 008 af the '''0.G08 voted, and now

.' show, and tinder the half-acre j dine well worta attending Baccalaureate Sermon last year, and O. bonraan. -niy await approval of these plan

,o( canvas are ahown approximately ,': jKew decoration and added 'Cons* ..-.J" another old Prmceton Ptand-by arc by the War Department.Th .
:a half-million dollars worth'of !llet- Nearly half the money necessary forte will to! provided<< In tha tent The bends, April '0. has been set aeldeaa sun to sign Fall, iwltbB/ radantown bonding capacity ot Manroa

!minute makes and moJeU of motor to eonetruct the Homeetaad golf same five-piece orchestra, that played the day for the baccalaureate **r- last year, 1* expected to tar In eon. County' will permit another hand Issue

car from the amalleat to |ha Urgeet. oouraa has been aubacrlbed u. to lait during the Jut,evening of the Fruit "let of the high school...gmduatlnglaaa tr thla year, ... well a* at bat. Over ot 1100,000 which I* advocated In

; 'lIt la ...14 that more Wkea of autoj\ night. according to W, R. Crow and Featlva.1 will provld. muelo for thin and their friend. $1 street another fleet-footed outfields' KeyWM forth pup_ e( extending

'mobile 18 ore.''...ltrl 'are repra'aentd J. Hi-: Webster, member *f Jhe oem- dance. Tb. Mttlor slap htvlthoacW Rev, J. from Virginia, -will make Hobbs and the t"lrtmllH at haid-aurtaoed road

thlsl than ewer Wore, anlt ...ppoIDte4 by the Chamber of smith look to their laurel aa .leading on Jep,'IArp south t* MaUcumbl.

/. '1'od..u livestock day at the f.I,. Commerce to "haadlc the golf oou.... : baM lie.I. ot South Florida.' 'IanD. making an ocean boulevard of at lout
'The exhibit are far superior to thor project piano of the proposed link ,armor; who was given/ tryout In .I miles along the Florida Key

"" entered la the State Fair hold atJacksonville bar MoD. 'o. exhibition In several tb South AtlanticLeagu* task year "The *Ut* enlv.th t the tint Unit

tat*l year, according to store window (4n the builnea section CAMERON SISTERS NEXT IN LINE; II !balms dickered club and last ro-I of the *vr-ar'*,( lord could b* built

C'H. Wllloughhy. professor of animal of town 'and much toUM* ha been pose seem to Indicate thai ha will wholly lit Dada County at lope espouse ,

l. husbandry In rh. College of Agriculture displayed! In them. > MBSe RUCIER{ WINS AUTOMOBILEFirst sign. a lrinceton oontratt l>.hrene, ban along,tha preeeni route .la i>.laending. -

< at the Unlvefrtty, of J1 r14a,"bo "We are aiming for at treat Its I' a high school Mneatlon. .la another io Such a change aa Bet forth wIn

t'' \cams to Miami to a/4 4 aa judge la the member," said l Mr. Webster in an "' giCTh tha editorial woald retjutr* aa adItlonal -

llveatoIkt_show. If 4Prl.e. I Interview Wedoeedar "a* the expert Annual Redland District Fruit Festival Was Big Itching staff fa the beet In the .. bond IMU! M Ilt0'...0;to

..'warde4 fOI' v.Ieable exhibit employed by ua say that the scores i Success in Many Ways, Even'Though Chamber .."' ", according to reporta 4ntmrinuetan. mak the .road, poavibla Md H I I. lot

at tWtalr'ar. uP follow: i can not tie contracted for lee than of Commerce Will Barely Break Even K: O. Whitehead to*, likely that the taapayer" ot Dad

( But dlaplaynhalf: \bushel of batA I10.M Hemberahlp 'la the dub mcrty of the AtUntle City League, la oynty! Will cute that muuk paeney

I mIchael also\ .won Jan beat display of b* paid M follow |I( la sash when RESULTS OF BABY E NOT YET KNOWN i law lat night with Captain Conkl key land. In Dads Cpuniy."

doMe largerd'bi.t4'aud\ tint for onicamber the Initial payment beeomea neap ary. com pitted the excellent Impression The Newa-Metropolui. gdltorlal Wh!-|)

:: *. >(. and three note for til each payable: Some Head And Chest Measurements Missing, So that Whltehea4 bas mad. Coakla was drew forth arltlclam from many aoureVaa

I Chaynot+H.: B, TI Ivlin, first, C. three eta and nla'e ,month.ie.tpsCFlvely "- nouneement of Perfect Babies in Show An-I' t ttllua letlo. aaylag with, the bowing to printed lit full below, rft

..,. Pemhartoit, aecodd.CabbagwW. ,. I from date of nubucrlptlon his\ pitcher bad made there was no THE! KEY WtVt.niUIIWAT' ,,
B.rCarnilchael, tint The hake will, be built .. ,a tract < Is Held,Up for Day or Two doubt thai frlneetoa would. have a Th propoalUoa t* build an autooblla -

.largest head of cabbage."" W. U Priagle. at drained 'glade tend about two i Inning .... Kirkland Dotlra,. highway over tb. key from.

tlrat. .... H.i: | ends bait mile* west of the Bank The tint annual .Redland District ) ot the prices. ben bought at S recruit barter has world .t staff tbo malaUnd to the city ot Kay Want

Carrot iBetTiipUy; C. C Pm'berton. tHomeetead. Jt will be aa eighteen- Fruit Festival ended. Saturday Bight the Penloeultr Jewelry Co. .t Bone.. sad U expected ta turn In some .xoallent has bee tha 'cauaa of much; convertlon -

nn i'*.s'bass bunches af earn bold courea ooaatruated on. K aerea. with a fitting climax to the week ell atead. Tbs door : a> Ford auto: game Chamberlln, tile .pll. and the leeuanc af more'

'! .rot*. fI, II:. Baratek.. flrjti C. C P.m- I exhibition and celebration. The windup ', mobile, war bought Harria Motor ball artist formerly. with the Ohio propaganda, ;'with tha iwult that

bastes a* ond4j; "' THE WEATHER fovad Mra. K. B. Rocker, of Co. .... a local fine. mate.Leagoa. and duiaaglng the) 'cluh. Dad. County la committed to do It* *

ColUrda' O..R.RIgger, first From the data recorded by A. H. Homestead, the winner of th. auto. The Woodmen at t... World war expects: to lake big. regular. tun la share toward the eonetructloa *(Jhta i v, .,';'

'fir ? 'c.uun.-.J. B. Carminbael. ttret Waldln, _peraUYO weather' hureaaobeerver uoblt given ..q''aa ..' door bria*. awarded III ht gold for omt.atn_ oho box with 1 the ether hwkra.' Smoky great ,.... All 6100..tbs tJk'waTj .'

** l Celery B eot' dlaplay. i. a Car. In Redland.TempcvaMr. Ml- Lorraine Plummer.: wean the the winning candidate 14 the "Mlaa C..h, tha elongated sped hall artist. to build, ft road from., the Ron*dr4

mlahiei. "rot. crow* of ")l1ee Redland Dletrtof, Radlaod platrtof coateat. :They were will be back shortly ta Join tbs el... oeaoty t* Key Largo, and them ...-?,
EaaJra-Bnt dUplay. C C. Pa.- Highest this week :
tmrtoa. first Highest today -.-.-.-...-.......: Tt popularity contest, with Mia DorothyCamarea' la the parade of clrt and fraternal with world of stuff aad great *...*.. being tb. beat re*** However stsee'I'r14p: aMost. 1. .

Yohinbl-CPemberton. Brat Lowest this week Mirth 11)_ M sad Ml** 'Virginia Cameron float a* tbs preoejllng: Taeaday.Th h* la eoaated o* to wla many game .. County ha eotMHrucud a redo fthe k fto r

Lost lettaaa-.a a. Bigger ."*. Lowest today _._-...- If holding second and third place ,.. winner la the baby chow held JLawrenoa Chubb erttwhlle Princeton south ead at Key Large) .5 wttho'J'

> Oslona-C. Beralok fin*. It&IaIaII apactlvety.PreaMeat. last Friday and Saturday In tb* Frail Lark la star, I* to be one ot the |>riaaaregaUra. I. a, few mop .. tha Dad County !, 'ff c

if- roUtaea 'Beat hammr. Dr. J. O. Thla week aeaa. :

? J>wPlala, first T. Lather Bowera, aea.irf warded the prtaea to the winner of yet, aa account ot the lack at some year and lost sons U the West read t. th*,nt *n 6 dlreot line ..'

) J. B. Canalo....... third. ,* tine; C. R. Blggwa. aeeood the popularity oteat. Ml** plummet data relative to head sad cheat ne > Coast Legn*. ot Florida City th* easily aaBml*}

t Sweat potatT.. Lather Bower Temataea Urgent. '1'. Lather received a> Other laving cap and a euremenl In com aria Th oml> MeVkker will d* tile catching, and onera could wall ,..,.ut"tlle, .

'flush; largest awaat JOt&te, Burl JTetur. > Boers.e. flni. lamoad ring ). addltlaW to'tItot title dos are being. aor.ol.d new, aad It wills not a Mnaational player, k.'' to rout. far U* highway t* ....... wUkey i

flratBplawBC. Beach of beat eon-W. U Prugla, atMlaa Redhiad Dtatrict." Mta I* thought that the reeult of the a beady catcher whoa arm will cause W..'* ..*...tllo-ll.*,. road. A r*.

I r Bernlck, flratl J. B. tint Dorothy Caneroa received 6 dlan>oad baby. show eaa b* uaoeaoed la a rallMn ta watch their ..... Th All- aonetdaraUoa ot the root might remit

Carmichael!, second,' .A Rulabagra"-.R.Btgrara, Mral. ,.< ring, aad her _.', MM VU-glnW day, er twe, Frank M. Petit Festival Stan offer a hatlwig t. say team I. any change H might fea dotermlnedCoDtnod t

'i>'. Tallow aqoa.b-J. B. Carmkhaal. Cameron received a fold wrist ......' ICoattoued ** Page Eight) j 'D tb. ....... Including HomeateaA. ( | .. l>ag* '::1..t.1t' )



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Two THE HOMESTEAD LEADER Thursday-, March 18, 1924


I r mffit a;T In and A'round Homestead' .i. I

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Mr and Mm K H. UhldMaan. Mr.aad .I atM ....). montMt whir I* .f HIM BmmaOrlpehaoh, WM la How- Th* Its,. ,.. J, BaMate II at. fca.*' J MaarlM Okimb on a.aSay a-t., ,
Mr.*. c. O"1Mb: and Mr. lUdUl, N. Tower .*.. Dr. J. A. **M. Most "toad slopping T......'. will give Mk ....... Mafeh t|. M I PRJNCETON Mr*. M L. PhlUlp and bee. gsMt_
wlU term a party to f* to Q h tor I"to brokM wrint, wt*** Pt and pot Alfred rttMh of Miami WM a ihwfy I .. a*. la the* Lutheran Church. Ho II,.. Mary Roes were In Miami T

s ri..*..' ..,. Tier ....rt 14 la a *l4*. .!.b...urfefy ... wM to geese a* Its gevory tow. Meg will **** ht feot*tynnan aid Bog.Uwb. .. ..... I. Bh, w* of die a. W.* .l 'hthMrott iIar.IIIro.
stave Homestead o. Monday] Miu-ofi haws hose dues .WIII" OIId "UKW '......b and daughter. M,.,.., wk ........ **4 a party of friends Acbury CnH cud ma .refs In '
II. aid 10 by war of *., WW. ....|f. $L have bee her tbs Put,week will romto Herbert Tumionrne down from sirs vliMteg. hr on 8undyMr HwOiMtxad! *_ T.....y morning.

Mr*. H H. Wf mother, Borfi"+to Mi, and'Wr., t. Z. TWmoen seat wkv Ntlkpd. !laW..,Ie Spap4 gesd ay with and Mr. U C. Smith' wor. 111 ..
Underwood; :Homeeteva on :0.1 on W,dn..lr jnomlnf, a Htttodavthtr. >$ktr nosy, pew a'-1911_ residentof ft* ,.,."IIr-"'pod Mr*. O. W ..Turner Miami Sunday
day night (or her horn at Clay Caner -: ih* w.lijb* Mtn p..ada. Miami, wa. evJlnner new at the .

Kan**. Bh. ha boon '1.Hlii', Mrs akwypood/Mtack f d Mr. ,hom4yfrf Mr.*. to M. leach Mndy Mr. and Mr*. A H. Allen. M..... E.! Mr.. and Mr. W. C. Cummings In Miami tat-and
here for wveral month. Zwaring. of laml motor4 to Horn. Mra JU A. OW I Ie reeeverlng froma Stunt J. W. Smith", of Atlantic City Mr* Ole) Nst.vnea wets

W 1. Collins and fell daUfhter. mini, lead and attended Ibo frvtt r* U. eevere eold that soot ln.d her to her N. J., **d Mr*. Jamee ryrth of Wood- urdny.
Catherine Oolllna of British Columbia: val .lest Friday bed several daysMrs l/nn.. N. J., called on Mr*, J. M. n. L. Waldon of Pompano earn
have returned to Homta4 to visit Word ha Jut noise to The leader I M. D. Ingram of Mynoogee, liauer.Mr down on Sunday and returned Monday

old) rrld. Thy wr old ..It...* that Mr. andT Mr*. Fred Carter are Okl*., ad Mr*. A. U Wytb' of Dew .... While her h* vlltd hue vliten, Mrs
Dan Roberta Mr Thoe ""
.her. having hom..taded tlM old O"lOM plaMhic to spend! their honeymoonIn trolt Mich., have returned .. their sigiMr.. Wayne Calkin and Mr. flee O. .. FraiU-r. and Mrs CbarlM H.II'4"on.
place on the ,,"er lid. of Jef the D aba ma Islands home after a three week vMI with turner .
were vleltor/ / In MUml Saturday
tries sow mill In It.,. Ml.. Colons Dornto Mr. and Mrs Henry Dod- their parent, W,. and Mr*. K.! J.. A returned missionary. spoke at the
11'.......... from the Homestead high son at I o'clock but Friday morning, tlhodn n th vlnltori Mopped al -
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Miss Carrie Bohumacher I vMtlngla Table
Th boy wlrh eight l several interest their Equipment ,
""001. and after leaving her (hi t little eon. plaoea of on
took: the training couro for nune and on-half pound way bom Low Miami. with her sister. Mrllen.' P. J. CONDON, Every Woman Should Nave '
sad graduated with third honor la Mr and "'1"1I. C. W. uttl wr Mr and Mrs J. Carol and their .
eUw' of 1TOMr business vtoltor In Miami on Friday daughter Laura, and her husband Mrs. Ida Fontaine of Miami woos Watchmaker and Jeweler I* be/it obulnod at your
O. visitor In Redland .lat week and attended hardware ttort. Dpnd- I
t. U BaUhtllor of Akron of Kane City, who have been cpendln -
Sunlo Ninon of Horn the Fruit. Festival In Hom 146 N. E. First St able carving: sets, coffe
tare MIM FLORIDA CITY ITEMSJ. I the winter with J B O. Carol In
I .ted.Un.. percolators. elaiiwar; aresoil I
Mead departed for br home In th* Went Palm Ileaeh wits ealler al the Miami Fla.
"ho has been floe Cake spoke In Miami on ticle for boaQt-U M ;
North, o. Tueeday. home of Mr. airt Mr J IX RttmwllTued 1 for
spending the win.. bar with bar H. Duos mad a business trip '), Sunday .....rnOOft. for contraction and

her sister, to Miami Monday .... Mr Sherman Wart of protection
fathsr. I* It. Nlon. and T. dinner and "
A. Mea a* gueitiat VJI4IT
Mr. and Mra. M. D. Drldc
A Edward. ft Mlunl sailed on friend In Rutland,
hire R. Hotel hi.br04h..ln. .
the City Sunday
Beach, Mr. A. M. .rd !
Mr*. Cool Ded'lI.1" lie bo l to' and,chlldran and Mr. and Mrs .C. -"" and ilitor N,. and lunday. Miami'i Popular PLce
the member of the ton Club tomor- Mr*. U. F. Lures of Tltuavtl Mr. Eleanor: Dauer, Alma' Brhumaclier,
..... Pants and children of Miami spurt ... Keep lnuu....*oat silently guard
Mr. Margaret IU.uiM, and Martha D.
and Mr* Mill ,( Redland and ,
Runway with" Mr. and i H.Plion.Mf your pooiinleni' and IM soonomkel -
Un r. M. Hunt WM taken br PI' nicker, Otto Berntaker, John Ooodwn Palms Cafe; '
and Mr. J. O. Moor., Mr*. JC.O. and Mr Froaoher of ftadland. M they are dependable '
:3 Town to the Mverald Hospital and A. V Phillip motored to Hlaleah Lot Miller Padlock..)'OOf.....-
Moor.. Dan Moor and Mine Morals Ml* Vera Cave returned Bundayfront
.....Get them M
the week She U armored wteh
Miami rho first of Sunday tlJ.ak.* In the J.l Alai game
she weekend J9xollnt cooking
Moor pent Sunday at Royal Palm Miami wber spent the > hardwire More
treatment and yore
ittllf avectal ear and the deg race.
Btat* Park. They enjored a plimlodlnnxr with, relative! polite tervlo '
'hopes to lie buck: noon I It W. D. IIORNE CO.
Mr. and Mrs. Oeo T. Oake entertained \
IIa: and Mr* }t. Hunter and two
Th..r.nllOlI of Mr. and Mrs Erie. Mrs J. n. Thomas itarted Sundry children./ Henry and Norrlene wnth Mr*, Tallol from Buffalo, N. II." W. rtaglur St., Miami H.. Homestead, Fla. "
warn t akin to the Poet Credo.cis ,
Stirrup T..
over Sunday
for a visit at her former bom In Sunday gueeU of Mr*. Huntersmuth.r.
Hoepltal on. day this ,wash when Jacktonvlll'le. Mr*.,J, A. Hate al her hums ---
his otUr dlcovtre4 that h* bud
Harry Dglr went to Miami Monday In Rlvcrald Miami.
swallowed come kerosene Th
on fcualnee atlIn" MUM Isabel)
MI. Pwk.r.:
ghlld .did not Pt tarlowly" IU.Mr
Mr, and Mr* Harry teller anilMr pecker and Miss Margaret Roberts
] Dobbin of World City I* ro.
*. Chapman pent Bunday at Royalt'alm same horn from Miami to vote Tuesday IMPORTANT NOTICE
ported at th*/ Pot Gradual Hospital' State Park.MlM n,

M bo recovering; mtlifartorlly from. W. a Bchult Who na* been 111
the opvratlun she underwent a ", *ek with" grippe I* now oonvalfwctnf.Mr. CHAMBER OF COMMERCE MEMBERS J

.,.. and Mrs W. D. Hlllman who I REDLANDMr. I .
Mr. and Mrs C. It. Maher wh
are spending moot of their tlm In
Hv.. oa the Princeton road, enterntlned Miami, were back In their Florida' and Mr*. Onorg Beacon ..n4dou.hI.r. Members of the Redland District Chamber of Commerce who
today Mr. Marti o( ..1.... City horn Monday nirht Iiawne, and Mr. and Mrs.IlerkIsy are in arrears with their quarterly dues and have overlooked the
Ala, ad hr sun and daughter and ...
OKI< Hoberuon visited, her and Levlne.nd grand-
Mra John Ilarue at Uomt *4. The .1.ler'l notice sent them several weeks ago are urgently requested to
eon, Ronald Bwlcier, motored down
Mr* 'Ulllan High of Miami '
Martini arrived bon th* other dyt Paul Roblwon. of Homestead and from Miami Sunday' to visit M,. and send check at once to the secretary in order that our entire membership i

vMt with Mr, Heroes for a w,*.kMr WIIU.I& Mead went to Fort tauder- Mrs John MeCollom.Mr may be in good standing and eligible to vote in the election

., A. i. Ibis, ....01.01' 'of the dAle. Monday,on blulncw I lien Low and children ol oficers and directors at the general meeting to be held the

third' geode In Homeiitoad WM unable Mr and Mrs W. U. MoMey. Mir' Miami spent Tuesday. with Mr*, first week in April, Checks payable to .
to teach today because of IlIn_. Mrs.Frank MeUIn" and WlUoa Mohley, all of Leone parent. Mr. and Mr*. Herman
Hauiiroan took her blue*. Clouds, were Sunday' afternoon eallere I Bchumacher UEDLAND DISTRICT CHAMBER OF COMMERCE. ']

Ilarrr Ialmor of I.rkln* wa a alike home of Mr. and Mrs I!. F. Cols M,. and Mr*. E. A. Wadiworth left
patient In the Pout (Gradual H... Her last week: for Palm Bearh wa J Jmm.u
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Garment in Our 10 Days, Beginning Thursday March 13, at 9:30 a. m. 200 Tailored Blouses in ,

Store over 90 day old- 15 styles, made to sell at 'I

Dresses, Suits, Blouses, $2.00, $2.50 and $3.50. All J
Sweaters-will be sold regardless S l J
Specialty Shop \
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of former price : new goods, fresh stock, .

or "" Not soiled (Tj A A 'J
$ 00 tDJL UU
., . . .L. price. *>

Be Sure to Get One 221 EAST FLAGLER ST., MIAMIDRESSES New Goods ::1

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3,000 3,000SWEATERS :\, 'j.d!




Ladies, this offers you the largest assortment of Dresses ever gathered under one roof to select from in

South Florida, Just think what a selection this gives you, :


For seven years this event has been the acknowledged Bargain Event, of f the year in, Miami and South Flo-

7 You are well acquainted! with the class of merchandise we sell and have been selling in Miami for 'seven

years and during this Sale you can save from 25 to 50 per'cent.-Don't miss this Sale as you will be able to ,

buy your entire Summer outfit for half you had prepared to spend. .:

Complete line of Dresses, Skirts, Sweaters, Blouses, Underwear, Hosiery, Bathing Suits..;....(Our.. Entire.

Stock on Sale Thursday, March 13th. "' >'. w->.
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No,, Job Lots-Whrit We Have of Old Stock We Sell.You For $l.OO-N Merchandise Only.

has been our custom to have a Clearance March every year. This Sale is not for the purpose of disposing* of old or job lot merchandise, but to reduce -Ii IiIt

our-regular' stock for the Summer months. We stocked up heavy but unseasonable weather for Miami during January and February left us with more

stock than we want to carry during Summer months!' So we offer you our entire stock while it is new and clean, not shop.worn-now, rather than to offer

It to you later. .;

25 Sales Ladies Wanted-Apply at Stow OPEN THE YEAR ROUND 25 Sales Ladies Wanted-Apply at Store

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March 13, 1924 THE HOMESTEAD LEADER Psi.Tbre


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'1 The over-sea automobile highway will be a continuation of What happened after the construction of the over-sea rail* I

the Dixie Highway, which passes through the heart of Homesteadand way from Miami to Key West A wonderful territory was open- ., ;;
almost every other Redland District community. Home- ed up; Homestead grew by leaps and bounds. The over-sea auto- i !
mobile will have the effect With much
highway same - stead Is.now the metropolis of southern Dade County, noted for
== results. Thousands of people came to Florida just to experience == I,
its wonderful climate and The adventof
semi-tropical agriculture.
the over-sea railroad trip. Hundreds of thousands 'will come to g "
the "road to the keys" which will begin a mile and a half Dade County make the trip by auto over the ocean to Key t"
south of Homestead, will bring a development and growth to West +' ,
this that will it the cities of the state.
city place among populous
Building as fast as she does, Miami can hardly take care of
The first units of the over-sea highway will be built this sum- her present annual quota of winter visitors, and traffic congestion =
mer. Construction will start at the Homestead end and at the 'la becoming almost unsolvable. Homestead is the southern-
Key West end at the same time. Both Dade and Monroe Counties ,most city before the "jumping-off place," and it has wide streets .
5 have voted and sold bonds for the purpose of connecting the mainS and no traffic problems. Homestead will, therefore, be the tog! .
land with the Florida Keys by highways and bridges. The inter- cal place for tourists to stop before they begin and after they re- : \. J.
linking units will be constructed either by county, state, or private turn from their over-sea trip. Many of these visitors will not -: '.
funds or a combination of the three, with perhaps federal aid be able to resist the beauties and opportunities of the Redland k.- "
'- addition., District, and will become permanent residents and investors. i 1
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must be built in Homestead this summer to take care of the great influx that is bound to come next season when the I first *\ t

unit of the oversea highway will l be ready for travel. Preparations are being made' to organize a stock,company to build'. '""" :,?; :

a f fireproof, high-class, tourist hotel of at least 50 rooms., f* :-j

*' ,),r Have you an offer to make in regard to this proposition? ,'t" I ': == t t
Will you invest in the future Homestead and the Redland District of Florida? ,, '. '" 1, 'I j ,

I Do not delay. Answer today. :.* .
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Page Four THE HOMESTEAD LEADER Thursday, March 13,1914 j
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HOMEwrEAD.tCRBt "Our American schools must be no taught that we NEEDLES Agriculture, Horticulture, Livestock f
Wilm._i tr fc,TW UHrCIAJtUIB. .,
I'ubllllh"d army Thureday hf-tiM 1 I shall decrease the proportion of people who can be milled .anusi911tlllllllllllllllithIihiIIiulllllllllilllitlln When Adapted to Dade County's Needs
South I)..... Publlehtog. Compaay.U .
eaily by the upecfous reasoning of the agitator and the ; / .h,
By 1 8 ItAINET.: County AgrttBttnral Agent ,
E ARCHER, Edloar.tt THE lior TO HIS BtKKOj
'UT LEACH. AjMKtato EditorUJUORIB demagogue. (QMotfona wtu be answered .to this oolumn.) j

LEACH AHCBKR. Bust. This h one of the arguments that Dr. Payson s4itfe j Iwk.-*,that to yea, bear ,4
bag faaay earVBOJMrooo
MM Maaagcr. Visitors to this Motion In....." o atonh, commonly called coontie. or
"' state commissioner of education in Massachusetts!, puf'sforth to the midday beet '
make. inquiries about the eaten *f Florida arrowroot.
Bntrd a. teooad-cla, matter June What do pee aee
1*. tilt, at the poet offloa at Home, In .support of the need of this nation for a depart. la thai deep reverie T the orchid another "Th ane *ton of thin plant ant

toad. Florida under ,ta* Aotvo,' (t ment, of ,educaUon according to the Scottish ,Rite News A mountain*ertblnc* t "'\ epiphyte a Its yraaar* can be traced back jf*
March 1, 1ITI. ,' ? 1 ui>4 growing In thJfcflanByead* of the: Carbonlferoua
I", Bureau. This fraternal orde has sponsored and fs >us = *fof .
rate .11 .t .J Do you fU&hJirlcktfOf 0r forwrt MSeea. air i Aaionjt its relative an tile ".*
uboQriptioa ":Ui. Ing a bI JJ for a federal department o| education whtc1 water' **iiekt* '.',' And In ll 4lo a goYatmll Cyct clrdnalla. and Cycaa
l throwAre Palm WatlW. nvoIataUio wall known to bortloulturM. -
is how before a dilatory and argufyinghcon'gres4; \ t Ot tbJMtoi s'doirn. your
south Oado Coun* &Mly epecte
THE LEADER'* CREED ; you roarlna" .b* goad aUtal of the
r W* believe la 11_...... sad No truer words have been spoken in a long time. While bearing a load ty tia. IU Moat Mlemtlng' ....* gcnWoomr ta the West Indies,

Bed county. There too in this l> path too steep for a goetr oolite and of related genera I la Mexico CTif-
W'* bellow IB Its rosette futun, are many people world who let othersdo lion of epiphyte tral America and (Africa. All la!.jt

And lu poteatUMtle/ their thinking for them. In some communities one Or .... your mind strayed Moms ot tllo them'are remarkable for their p, i
W* bettov IB KM dtra fruit l.. orchid there" are
eullar method of crow-fnlUatlon
luau, IU avocado (ndaeUy, ft.flab. or two or three men are so used to leading the rest of their la Where rear forefather bayed modest and In- and nearly all of them are valuable
the land of
.glade land, JU famoaa *atBralrto fellow humans around like that when turban and too,
sheep oomplcuoua Ieomparlaoa a
some one of food
ap- W" nor*.the,. mia .. too hot a* (ource*
tomato land, lu *weetmelllnf
pin land, and lu ..ualUVoatlon pears that has a mind of his owns he is regarded as a : PoI a Hottentot odd forma aad to other fragranoa varieties make but them the: 8amla and lu alllet occupy a place

land.* a* a regular Premie trouble-maker by the "sheep" and as a thorn in the flesh And the camel plod la a caravan' attractive to Both botanist eel Ia,. and intermediate fern*. between Like the flowering former plant,they

W. believe la cur profeatJena by the demagogues with whom he will not faU in line. Coma, wake front your mooning! .men. Th* marsh orchid, Oncidiumphaeelatum bear fruit with a- true endocarp ored '
la the
variety general
man, our tradesmen. cad our bud Here'* an end to our nooning, ; but like the Utter! their sexual
nee meal cad we bailer .. their It does not take an illiterate to be a "sheep". Many. Teu must climb without sigh or .. found oa the dgri of swamp* and propagation I* aceompllibed.. by mean

....... for law enforcement cad elvto > of the sheep-especially in the South where we do not meet; .1 ha a ootwplcuoua, yellow. flower *pt- of *permato.old* provided with moveable
led with win color. A variety that
Improvement*. But our 1.01101.'er., cilia, reeembllng. those of animal .
have the immigrant contend with Moan ha. Ilkeneil
problem to men to patches of
Wa believe our people' will ap- Yea may munch on sweet clover, i I.. The male ant tamale plant
predate Tea Leader'. effort* agive who can read and write and solve mathematical problems, And dream ol your Orient I Dutch! chlnn' I* the Oncidium: tmdu ar* easily dlutlncuUbed.\ (The *ifloreacence '
;atom whh| ha* odd mottled flow
them news but they have not 'stuck it out" in school long enough to I .. that of th* male plant I. la
and editorial* that will bring them tiller lit A VOtAn I I. ar truly ehlnt-Uk* the form of aa erect eon*, ihapedomewhat
the greatoct measure of truth Jua learn the basic of V one The Aullxa nocturna 1* a spider
principles government or to develop an wb't"1 Explain plean*, like an ear of matao and
Hot and helpfulnea .prebld. yrat Indian in Ita dUtrlbn
consciousivjss RDei difference between mere wr.e'and' composed of scales which bear *.
We believe that It la our dutyto Intelligent of citizenship. In this connectionDr. genuine lion, and ,fderlvlnc tic nam from the
poetry. I am frequently their under aurfaea numerous, pollen
MTV the publlo to the best 01' Payson Smith sad' : fragrance which Ita large, white, narrewvpt .',
sled know
to. why What Tome, people aac*. That of th. female plant, much
cur ability, that wa mint keep faith l 4 flower exhale \ln thevening. I II
deem, chains poetry I* not deemed< thicker and relatively shorter, I. nom,
with the publlo at all time. and "One-fifth of .
that do our entire population ia engaged in poetry at all by *tbr.. Thus, for In I, posed of broad scales, each bearingka
to a* we moat print all
tha Bttw without tear or farce or the business of going to school and getting an educa. stance, I can not find 0...", '. name A modest".|t1ttlal ..Jaltb droop. pair of ovule quite devoid of link

prejudice Or color since honest tion. This is a Business of highest importance to the In any anthology know, yet his leg flowerV dotted with' purplbi. I protective covering. Tha pollen, borne
poema, If they really are sell brown, 1* the w.r WE.. Bafford.economi the wind, settler the ovule,
publicity beat prom tea community nation. It should be so managed that it develops in .poeme I by on
welter. by the ton,. 1* this sheer prejudice or botanist lofth government, and tend down a tub' Into the tU.
citizenship quality of intelligence, teaches the Jealousy oa/ the part 0< anthology describes the Macra'ilenla lutevmn cues of the oucellu. Archegonla...

A TlWIJo\\'AIII'IVO CO\GIIES$ meaning and significance of American institutionsand I I muter, or I. there some subtle dli The Spathitrr rlgldm I* a ereeplneplphyt formed: egg cell develop, and In the

(Florida Tlmea-lalua) prepares for economic and industrial. _remDnsl.bUit __. termed between. the genuine and the widely spread In the Went pollen tube are produced sparmato.:
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....ral day ago In tbee* oolumnirafenno Imitation that escapes the man o n, Indlea 'and with pal. yllowlahgreeflower n .old. which fecundate the egg The
wa mad to "too roiiot the street .. It bloom. contlnuouely durIng fertllltatlon of Zamla flordlana wa

politics In congnan" and to the "c all "More and more the people as a whole are being Highbrow; It I I. Jut possible that the moet of the year at the park studied by Dr. If. J. Webber It was

for real atateamanthlp" to b* dleplaed ycalled on to exercise directly the functions of govern. the difference you Inquire about b Among the epiphyte found; growlnon h* who first described and figured
In the national Irguilatlv. body. merely one of degree, a* of two wh the limb and trunk of the tree the** remarkable lI.rm.tolOld'which
ment. Not only are they choosing their officers'in
No specific charger of Inoorapetenc) run-on run taster than the other In the hammock are the reurrotlo! exceed la .1.! those of all other
wen made Since the publication. 01 primary and general elections, but increasingly/ Thl difference certainly exists among fern which curia up during periodof living organlatm" V"BIKAL

the article referred to, then baa beenpnbllabed. are settling questions of policy at general elec what ar acknowledged to be real ( drought and uncurl when moisture $:;: .,

In the New York Herald I< tions. In such a situation, we must have an poem If It did not,, a* poet' writIng return. There U also a freably-lear :: COMMON SENSE
Washington dispatch. written. by Lou' education that will could differ tn merit; but thlw ed Peperomla which creep along thetree
produce electorate '
"Selbold In which dlntlnct charger! anmad an know, la, not the caee. v,I never truth and the **how i The Garden I* a Cheap Luxury :
that oongree* i I. waiting tim ,. in civic problems and willing and able to use looked over th*complete work of any 8panl.l\ moss, or pandropogon, whlel!

..ot. of nouns, the money of. tW thought, care, and discrimination in the settlement of poet, no matter how .el.bratedftha(_ hang In ftoon from the otaneb4i;t By Spud. Johnson _

(*people; that "legitimate political .UDM them. We 'must see our problems not in the light of I did not And chaff mlx..' wUII.1ll1 and the otltf-I. nd bromellad. which Much can b* laid about the family

.. have been almost crowded ou t a selfish personal interest but with reference to the wheat. I Ia a relative of the pineapple family vegetable garden It I Ie one of the In*
Ot the plctun" and that eengree* According to the deirre-teit, ...,... The baser of the leave of many dlnpeiuabl thing of the home, par.
la three month ct its present owl righteousness and the principal involved. An ability to Would b* named poetry when they brottiellada_ colleckwater, .. in which In Uculaity of the country horn Never

fca don little sloe than to meet treeday distinguish that which is true from that which is false, reached a certain standard while be. .e to Ja r;jhelr eggs and fo throughtra'mformatlon have I run arrow any real reason

to day-and adjourn. j i an ability to face facts and a courage in facing them, low that standard they would be d"oggereor *. Such an *pJphytawiunp why tl* city family should not false

The Mellon tai plan which wa| are among' the things toward which American 'education ju"t ver***. I therefore inter: tin' tropical' l"m Iri... Y 1*. a few turnip., tomatoe lettuce etc:

(bought to die assured of ,..... Iftime must strive." tbat'4uetry"niuM have tome Inherenuallle tlartd.to haw an advaatag* '.vr a but I knew then .la no reason why tilt

to eave (h* oltlxen of the country .* that make It Wrh ; real .awamp In that It never drive up uaUfi family *!,a!''''''.'&. :o

aoinelhlflg" Ilk. $W.000,e le .tllta Summed up, the foregoing means that the country Lowbrow: What test do you your' and can be a perpetual Incubator for A ,garden hi a nine pine to take t
a formally stage with litho chase< elf apply? I.... you oocanlonally frog, dragon file, etc. mussing nero I... It.oo4
: needs more men who have learned that demagogue i b print v veree of your own. Are they
of getting through In any alufpe undei In addition to the foregoing t.ma. place to get the faintly1 upply-'of .

three month. Relief for the tar_5 not synonymous with demt-god, and more men who will poetry? Mr. afford mention several otherIptereettng boded and pill. And the beauty ''of
which Mr LaFollett and tell follower Highbrow I do not Indulge In species Including one b* It la, don't have to
: stand what know believe you pay ao much
by they to be .
or right no matter eelf flattery but I
such egregious
ware clamoring for at the sot any describer a* "a delicate, little, filmy ''or> the** neoteaary Item when got

set of tho 8lxty-elghth eongre hai how great the pressure.To think I can now and then recognlM fern growing among ,...... oa, the Ii thin way. And then, you know amane
been abandoned, mainly doe to th, true poetry when other write It trunk. and limb Of tree; the .pl. got to keep hi* leg and beck

neglect of Ito ponor. The bonui the ringing statement! of Dr. Payson Smith, John Lowbrow Very well then, what ar* phytal gram tern, VHtarla Uneata, and arm limbered up, have marroW

1* retrieved only when a supporter el r iV. Abercrombie, state superintendent of education in It* earmark? and geldea Phlebodlum, with large la his. backbone and Iron In his blood.
that notorloua raid experience anoibor Highbrow Tea remind m. of the fronds lobed Ilk* aa oak leaf and dated -
rush of blood to the head w bleb; Alabama, adds facts which show how badly this nation man who to said to have rutted its beneath with conspicuous sort, And then U nothing like the 014trVd.a '"'
to upply they need".
be mtotake tor a divine Inspiration, needs a concrete supervised national program of educaion. philosopher Hegel, who rote the often bond growing from the old leaf _
W bane .
a vegetable garden at our ,
Not a tangible or rational plan for meet Involved system of axil In the trunk, of cabbage pal. .
financing the scheme of mercenary; lie says: extant. The visitor said, mcttoe the trap tern Campyloua- hour, and every day of the year' webare '
soldier voter to annet government I "Frofe>*>or. I am just pairing through ron phyllltldl, with undivided! trap something to eat from that gar 1
"There United
in the States
are Ii,000,000persons den. Now, maybe that .. a record,
bane half to
town, aad aa
ana ha been produced lot the rea- your shaped. frond; the wellT known Boeton
eon that an .to practical. One age 10 years of age and over who cannot read and writein : par*. Will you not be good enough feet of our conservatories (Neptaropi but we are not .spactlol'-Do. want, t

proprlatloa bill ha been reduced t* any language; about 3,600,000 others who cannot to espials' your (",. .m of phlloeophy exaltata), and the closely allied ,leg any medal or prim for making .

the final "etege, Mind of aenatvn speak, read, or write the English language; several to mf If I am to succeed la ... word. tern (N. blaerrata). Other bin record. The green, and tho
poetryle bea...,, and, the potato*, and the eelry. :
and npreeentatlvea alike an befoggedbr Dlalnln to you what genuine pecle* Included In the flora are the I .
million more who can barely read and write and
are. have start the** thing. an all the medals I
I hatl to take a running '
a pae-Joa for investigating eoroe- brake fte idiom caudatumi: tb '
therefore practically] illiterate. The of : we want
thing for oomebody More than thirty presence so and make some prodlgloiu Jump beautiful royal feral Anemia adlaatl-
project designed to chaw does rumor large a number of Illiterates and near-illiterates is Lowbrow I have plenty at timer foist, the wood fern. Dryoptcrl I Toil know. If* great to hare a

and gossip asserting official a menace to American ideals and institutions. elucidate paten and D. angeecena." nice, line garden all the tint. Even a

or ethical Impropriety an pendingI and Highbrow: I would tint .f all call Apropos of the Royal Palm Stat It you weren't hungry, or don't have
I the two bO_ Thee rang from "Education is both a state national problem your attention to the fact that poetry Park and Paradlne Key, Mr. Bafford: to go Into the garden to work, you :;el,

the sublime to the rldloulou, On because in this age of transportation, trade, travel, baa always been eoneidered aa art one says that the only pin growing In can walk around on the outside and
lavMlga- .f the greatest ot the fine art, rank- ,: look In, admiring what you have that
aenato pnpOKal U for *a communication, visitation, and migration, whatever .11I\11| Tteinlty la Plau. carlbaen. "Thl*
tlo" to find out who started the world jeopardizes the freest and fullest development of In* with aculpture painting, munlo .. on?'of the apaclea which give I" eo many other haven And, then .
I any It to well to have
and architecture Thrrefere, something like this
war, appoet kam* to the Pine oa the south :.
Thin I* not a pleaalng plotun of state or section imperils such development in every mut Ant,,, but, and; "'the. tin be ooaot.*( Cuba," be write "It coven for th. nelghbon t* see. It often .

the eongree of the United Mate. It other state and section of our common country. It .a artlet.Kvery. vast area of aouthra Florida, a.- uggeit to them that they might '

doe Bet lit bite the hams ot govern'meet is no longer possible to permit a child to grow into art ha two aspects: tint, ompanted by aa undergrowth peeularly have one too. Our garden ha* served .
designed who ta the lu.content aa meaning; and second, lots of people by showing. them what "
a* by thaw citizenship in ignorance anywhere without endangering ft* own Next to tha saw palmetto "
U form which mbodie.* the neaa1ln wo pe dbhare with M llttl trouble,. I
the moot "m.ruble
JUt, made It great among government the plant ofh4 /
other citizen Hence it is the
., the world. It" true that every everywhere. .;-4a thin ae..' the form la made / plneUnibf I* a. eyoad, Zamia flordana. ,Ij'"too easy for u* Florida'poo.* ,;
when then I* Justified suspicion of bounded duty of both the states and the federal gov- a p of worde. from which the Seminole make pis U ban a garden to go with. ...

wrongdoing, then meant b* loveetlgatloa ernment, separately and cooperatively to see to it When I try1 to explain to myself Out oaf, and cutter ailment and Pgrouch' .

Cad proper. punlahment. for that every person, regardless of age, is adequately uet what poetry to or ta aot, lam .* aa a reault. Try one out. 1,
Urn helped by coMiderlng certain historical what you an driving at a poem to boa
t base focal ashy At U earn trained for efficient citizenship and for success in ,
1C I* not the tertian of oongrwa to aipocu of the aria Two of these worn *f rt, mM b* beautiful to, Four wan, of themselves, make y
tie a Umo-waUnr. money-apoadlnc the occupations of life. stand out sharply and clearly, they some extent and that thl beauty r*. neither a prison nor a home.-Ex.'Watermelon .

bed". The people whoa r* r *en.ttuln are la brief the Greek Ideal of what ride partly la It* meaning, and partlyIn
eanatltut the BMmbenhlB of National education in short, would decrease the number .oiwlllut** beauty, and those of the IU word.. You think the Greek oantolonp and cucumber ,y '

........ expect more thaa laveirtlc of "dumb, driven cattle" and increase the number of rturta of the Mtaatoane *rtod.Tb Idea of beauty bold ta the form or growers, plant catch crop of
Uses mar these mr arguing' aa4quibbling Creeds assumed that the beautyof words employed, and the Renaissance early rrook-nockd oqu.*... Melon and '
toe personal and politic real, honest-to-goodness men in all sections of the United aa object reel* in its Inherentualltle Idea of beauty belle ta the thought pickle worm feed oa tb* aquaeh tad

....... Th* people rightfully expect. States. Morals are molded in school to far greater ad- aa aa object, such a* pb,*.. and emotion xpred. Am I right hua the other crop an protected/.

that .OBgro. will devote Itself malaly vantage than they can be molded elsewhere. A national! cat! propertied, kcijoVa and mathematical Highbrow: You an U na add that "
to wed end MUiatrvcttr legMaUoa. relation of the part to the time beauty eometlmee eeeraa to r..t

Tbla to not being done The Republican department of education would mean a rise in our national whole., A thing to then wa* beeuil- new la tho apta*** and .ale ot th* r '

party claim to bar a majority character for the states would have 'thq co-operation ofthe fut whew K* part 'and *.oaUU.* were we..,i 4*th.m lve*, and BOW ta the!
of the scale. sad of the' bou*. It becomingrelated, and eulMd t* the plrlhielf iualhlea of the Idea or
bee th* chief exec uuee. although the federal government in the enforcement of the com- uea for watch the object wa*delgndtbr tfwmotoee embodied la the poem.

latter U popularly. omMr4. to .lea I pulsory school attendance laws;:and the longer the child : I..> weeds heanta' arhMa *ntM '. II'! fajrw.! :'seem_t. bar arrived at I THE h?

president of the entire nation. the et the mlad and ta the. thing K- the following eoaclaoloa. : That a '
the in school the the opportunity he has of DIFFERENCE 4
Is kept greater I
vhM executive for all Ik* people. If genuine poem I Is a work .* art. that H j
the Republican aa not or will nut. getting; the right conception of life. Each boy and girl Ss aelfTb rtlet of the It.____ found matt accordingly poaaeka some aepeetof BETWEEN
their members and proceed the chlej tws true at beauty la the mind beauty and that thle boaMy ari***| THS GENERA
control the
a unit in our nation and U the character of rising
with the *na.tinant *f aeoewary kgtatlon. )*- *C the artist rather than ta tile *x- I both from the meaning and from. the nONANDM

then H in u. hr b new *... generation is molded right the character of the whole kernel object. 'weeds that extreme It. though not LAST B THAT'ATCHESHW

for I>*m* raM to be returned U on. country will be elevated proportionately. I' Toe ace Me how easy It would boaecrib aeeeeeuUy Ia equal degree. Thin in'''
trol and admJatetraUoB Tb* peopt to alt beauty ta a peens to oar running stub Put the** thing ,

are not ..lpo' d to eontlB to power I Id there anyone, excluding the child labor empoyer, IU content of meaning, that to, to the with what was said about the apple I ItiNciwicto 'pTUBS.
utterly fail' to emotions Wee* aad Idoakt that It but week, and wo than bar some [
that a*
any port who does not want to see the national education bill pass.edr .
tbs aot.mafl work for the o* I.j .sp_ '\ ort of leundMio for undentoadlnc I :
.. "' Then II,1) nademan what . i t
rood cad atilt" *.*'.. T Lowbrow < t a peen < -f v


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Thursday March 13, 1924 THE HOMESTEAD LEADER --_ =__- o=..-_____ ____ Page_ __Fhre_!.__ .>,.

, : No Liquor Case Are rMr. Mowry ...... II r.J df. HCJMT MMIn I inarK' .1 to tiloTO.fI the man,. "Wllfr. hJl\e r f;,

f UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA NEWS -I Brought Before Mayor; Throe "iIIi' OOwr Ul.aus Miami; Wu Well upon" you..'t know 1'. cure. *ir," was
KftOfFN HI KCQMMtMJiulgf :
I By CM L. Twerdeltt Some Are Disorderly I I tile repty
M elate .**. 1'toh' potato -- I j'
** were ..,**.tad upon a deck A. B. H..,.., died at hit What were you before you ram
The third aanual basketball tourna '4 happened and u\al wok I here?" persisted the member." "lr
un.npect ; The following oases were d/speeed .) tM Leader sighs Mi meet earn to a else at the Unlttrattrof forced In 1 how before the. Mperlor or in court this week by Mayor a. M than *. Mm gwWMM et the at to.clock. Judas. ..*?.*.. WM wen hap I brew pee ..*.*."
Florida. Saturday night when Hill. team representing Alarlma Alarhna I:. I.UlngrtonPmtoa : .**H d* tm vtMgaod aae and known Ia .... CtmHf *. ". wa* "1... a wardn at the ......, **."
Lowland, charted With .... county rite Mr (Mr* than n ,*.,..
bore HIp defraud Bustle High 'ftl bee often bn spoken of ai a mall taiatVB*** Tbg vn from
the flna.1 came of the tournament byMOM .[..*dlng. flied t. WL5.Mq \ Fused mrrvl>*. will be hid VU
school but It now enjoys the dUtlno. ...... ,
a .( II to tt 1'11. loom turn E. U Cook. charged wttfe o>iMk rrtday morning at O
within four point of tying the loco, lion of being the **ly chl to hawdefsasd ly ronduet fined ,M #atey_ WI! is.ao + P******, Tel bed!! rrta AsaNetMaAt1 aleelettrseas step eereer ,
I Ole Ha. ,.. ......... MM IWoW bey haitaL
but tile Tampa lad wok ay In th* Davcl l eke first round ot with OnrtoHy 'Th tahr was trying to improo b* takes tt Net ww jo on toviMn,
Ut ot the third. quarter and from the tournament conduct Shed IK .a till children how Important had lei O.pebad ..liadd Lal
thoro on that worn not In any P.rttoular -I Athletic DtFMN HeaUlM.a4>**ti need 1. H Griffin ..'T* ehanvd With bees the discovery or the law otgravitation. IofneMesd end R.a.UIt RECTOR'S'CAltInooryoraled
dangtr of bring overcome, l r' after tile Trrter had boat. the being disorderly by ftfhrin*, lad .
J' To DantOlar
the fighting nv* from Euirti/ Bull team Into lubtahalon. that $10 : ,t Hr laa Newton vat sitting onh
The liirprlM of the tournament tht Hllteboro would partIcipate In the: John Morgan, egro' charged with ; round, looking at.* trees An i A oortaln dub had rot a sew hall

cam Thursday night when the Ate tournament to b* held tn Chicago being..disorderly r. ,by ghtlh l.. fined 'apple tell .o h.. head nod from that portor Ona.t." ..* ncmber met 40 East Fbgfer Street
.n.. Kim loP "rt Urn and looked Urn
ibua live defeated the Duvai Tigers Hillnboro High etpect.d to irtlrhMU !- h. discovered rarltatton; Just '
14 to It Bom of the doptttrt had hi the sixth annual "uk.tballourn.me"t n-I A' think chtloXn," *h*=/added. -tentthat I'omr"Tout. XUAMI. rLOR1fA
It figured out font Duval would be a' to fa* hld April 1, a, t, Hot So Easy wonderful! face s*erne ranUUnr. h. n-
ooottndiT for the Ute title but the 4 and I at Chicago Ula Jan Addama, who I Ie down for 'I'll. Inevitable email boy repllefliT
.. the next Nobel Prto, mid la one *f *.'m, an' If ho had been wttln'
I her recent Hull House addremweiTouog In school look!.' at hU booty k* '
married couplet .hoolda'lb wouldat har* discovered lIothln' Si.lodge. John B.Tower,. \ DeX.RaytTreatment J. A. Sl\lm ;'l\r; D.

xtrTagaat., They ahouldn bite .
Phone 51-10 > I
oft moro than thiy can chwI .
ov,i'beard the oonvcnation of Ate IxulnrM I* now Se a strictly Phone'13-7 Office Hours 3 to 4
two colored! wom+a the other day. ..
.. mill hail*. Pont k for cnxllt.Alnobrook .
Po gnodnew sake. said the flnt
colored oman. wot wee all dat mow' 1 FlUInf Kiatkitt.. PrInt. AmbnUunc
_.. A. W. JONES
gems on over at your how last.- W. H. COMBS CO. :
In T Don. sound like a hyena .1 Piano Tuner and Repairer
.. M AMckM hiM KM TUMH.Ctiarfen
: Mold the wooed colored wear ItMMmable 27.2 N. (. In $reset Pass3213
woman 'oh. due wa nuthln\ hon FLORIDA CITY 1S-U N. I. led Aft. Flew 1m '
Dat VM "ii'r. df gent .IVm d. (ur. '"
..Iturti11 n c- collettla his easy payment
i Dr. Major Schofield Albert Tower Summers, M.D.

I DJMMM *l t,.. Ear. SOM .*i Tkrul".

I Thar. How lie fOtook Graduate Veterinarian 10 loot....a fc,.......""'. '

Barn xprlcnc.had paaaed He through had seen n a harrowing .hOOt. I & W. Third mrL Fhon tillCHIROPRACTIC awn i to H,....._ n..;..1111 '

,< While hi* audience listened with I ulg' .

\ !Iin. eyes, hr related the detalla of hi* =_---= DR. W. J. FITZPATRICK
,\ adtentur.'Ah .
lea' come out of d* oewhd," PEATIST
.WIl ri DR. E. A. PRAMUKPalmer
1 x he ald. "an' Ah. had a bucket of milkIn .
Gradual I Specialty Extraction and
1 AI ,\ mall hand Den Ah hear a noiseby
flask Bnll t'ommmial
I Ii
tt ; d* lid of'd! road' OA' d* fmost( HOMESTEAPSTEAM
I ruiheout'l ,.*4' '} 1 y ?tlt,tal, lprWts pats.eon IlMa1 turf11sIMhi, .
i Good heavenil' Interrupted ore of
.J 'hi* lI.t..._ 'Did you shake with I
right, Bamr Flat, Work and lUogh. tfry.to ROYAL PALM
I'i i. Don't know what Ah ihook wU I Ibi. R. 'B. SCE4LLERN
FRANK U PETIT i.the a 111. fur SA CII' Orrr.IxMt DARBfASli2P
Ah hol,,'t aarln'' for auttln Ah ihoali j then flu Ib... plto a Ib, '
man who managed the Redland Dbrtrlct' Fruit FutlvTli at all. But when Ah got home Ah (
If w* lose or poll anything,
pee 4 backgrotfnd In a Trav.lo '. palm l found ald.* milk gone an' two we pay for It. Attorney at Law Wo want your bu>lnM and will d:
I 9 Pi I pound o' butter In d* bucket:'-Life. approlat U.llM .
i : "I Speciiliiinf !i. land Title law ;

.+" r \ Howry moot' I' agk'r ,I I

I> Second Floor .
Jlorne Bldg.H.seuwd
Florida J. H. ROBERTS, Prop.
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"1IF ITS MADEOF WOOD 'g -" I :f.: 'th"lGwra i-sYALIq'' t}"j .,'r tptialt"dinrntbBY"Speceel !

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Prop, of El Patio Jlpartment lattice sail CitgdnvsI
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, ..l ;1 \. Toot of Mary Street if, e1h.1 ., ...., i it' PERTILIZeRSR: I conMarketing

t I I 5 and all kInd. of spraying Fruits and I]

: A COMPLETE WOOD WORKING PLANT = .Spraying and I OtorIaI8 fertllising don | Vegetables

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Homestead Fla.
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: We have added a furniture department to our

';hiC > I :J\it'i'+ ;A present line of PAULA PHONOGRAPHS ', ., I hereby announce my candidacy for the office .. I
> "I of Sheriff of Dade County. I promise a clean, ;",' ;

honest administration of my office, if elected 4

:' We can spray your old fur We Are Importers off and a program of law-enforcement in all sections 3
.. I niture, either wicker or SOUTII AMERICAN CEDAR o the county. Your support is earnestly solicited.[ I

< .' wood, any; color or shade ,the :wood that is ant.and, NY .

r f you desire.. 4 insect proof. .,. 'I W' ... (' RAYMOND M. DILLON' (! 11

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which is guaranteed FIVE YEARS. and is the only phonograph, rr ''made rs' J FOR RE-ELECTION At j ,

that does not scratch.PAULA. Superintendent of Public Instruction ,.1't

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I hereby announe my candidacy for .laetJo. to tb* offl*>* t tor p
MUSIC SHOP.j County Superintendent .f Public Intntlon la Dad Comity, I
j 1 object U the action of tb* Democratic primary M lose Ird. "luj,

t U elected, I pledge I* give ties schools an* tile ,ublJ. the **m* I
Miami Office 136 Central Arcade. bosh and Cflclent/ mrrtet thai ka. ebaraeterlssd my1 present
term. Tour YOU ta your .o.tldell.. I shall apprarlat your /:
oatliraA npport. iCHAi.
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Six THE HOMESTEAD LEADER Thursday, March I?, 1084
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WASHINGTON SL TED TO BECOME I'GABLE ni a rout of $3oo It hoiuM the I bualaew section to tb*.par****** and! arcade store building to root aipro 1.
. ..Icilrloi light and avatar demrtin..I temporary adlHuol of the Coral safety MS 000. a, Modern! bank ai

HANDSOMEST CAPITAL IN WORLEWaehlegton and the other \o'aOl'h. which malt, ttafcte Community Church en Cetwobn up.to"dat. poetofflce. and a telephon

NOT MARRED IN for the effMktnt upre.tlen of Coral I boulevard, three block death of central nftrlmnre, which will dhow a*

-- OabloAa Cowl Way outlay: of nearly *.l*..**., when" tulip
U. C. (...... Hit OM r.atr* or the building
pro 99 to date. modrrnly equipped Three earnest plant an r.ulM>ed **....*...
NB' "'8 Bureau).That tb* dty of tree. whi h .bee been ........ tonatleui BUSINESS PART .. .
... .. of lomentlrnted Hnanleb arch wtth tics Meet machinery, ar* sow U A now etabteen beta coif coura larger

Waahlngton' rrietrht of Columbia, fatten *t art. That MUM teeture he* ileo been oreeted at a coat operstlso and are ...ppll". the blocks and finer than sell. .*w dlllra 4 (artoftd
I* sew MWM to a fw f*... to UMKatlMMtl
.honlrt be the handeomeet capital dry of Mornxi and Mother can** I II planned used In the ooaetnwtl of homee and *. and oat vJMMk {wW rk

'11 the world. ll the alteable belief '1Ioa..*...' met MllMMlett it *--of-pebaubg.heb..d a five'mil. \Ifa City Planned Throughout to ,of the eons talor. .............. te bulldme. In Coral Oahlee. These manufacturing ** H*k* to

Carry One Style of start within the neat alt month plant are also housed ta America It a..urd e/ajmnein**..,uttMAM.
>r many high la the aemoll. of theenveremint. M adjunct! t*) Mua.n...
tao, .
Architecture Three ..,.....-. ... beautiful .. building. *f apantoh desire bf Mr. MiNt N, ,(goo "' ..
f That public mney Anetpa ou"\lo"(| I* bat U the go.-
iftan any of tINt above buihllnga pare aleoba l....... these building there to the, a statement regarding1 tilt ImmedUt.
nuker ernment
I apnt for rent bulkl- seriously fonclder* Uo ..UbIlihment .
....4 durln* tike put sewn.repr..ning Aloaaar Tea Room Parker' print hop, eon.uuctlon of the now (boor's an*
lone. mama to be the Mtoleo of awrear of ft National tfnlverally, the When elty ;plaftnln. Mtpert began:
an outlay .f $100,000.At th.* TMngton-O.borne step+., se4 tb: slab KowMt to cost f;i0 \\100. \naeottoa .e.
ccita +
Lnalfy' tW.eII bulldinir* be erected oa the Mall their task ( latin*,*ut Coral thus. pr*,",ent Urn*, worhmes are jUBuart Builder supply plan",,Tit. with the openingu 6 tilt
tnl O.
ghe.r4ws trtreiHM afrOVof the Md net a*jiacjptborwl** been proposed ft beninaae Motion/ was ieldout, oaithtl
... ...... > eiiidst the /le0osd trammortiMto central flre'houee to also another of OIl,*. Gables Country Club eeci '!cOd
nation receive eon II grotto Consrsee ; oa a of land to be aqulhed *- ride *f th* ftrepwtjr 'bJun tIw
uldl..1'bi. traotnr U .beIng bit tb* artistic troop of building to the which the now ..ou.II an ImpwU.t
the Wuklrt ,
can ice IIPr so of the all,. road and Douglas toad with
H oii"* wpd lntenib j| oar which business _tlcll. feature.
ldn| Coolldg apprmf this traitor. (moot, ebabfnan of th. IU uihrn bovBdu-Jr at Coral W0,7.
it Mht, are eventually to run
plan' te expend fifty mUtes dollar, Pulille Bulldlaa Comniledon. ka.drafted At first the meital picture. of a buness -- lime One of the fret building oomrletd Consderable{ work on th. ,new
for the
throug the
over a tea-,.., period, for publloiiuililinjrt a bill eo..ring tb* government eeetloa unrated the usual mir at the suburb was the magnlfloent course already hw been accomplice
tm vJkon ,
being bulldinir, completed
: wllo' jlie' pyerempbymunt[ need, somewhat afonj the line Sure; of architecture, perhaps not will be used t* house tractors, .denand
h.... or oonllna to pay rats which eugg.tsd and approved by President In Punk an artistic development of native coral) rook at a coat of |IS000. ,- traps era now being constructed<< under
other nmchlnrry uwd In th* eon
lire '''...... of much larrer *umtun Coolidge, which ha been Introduced' ae Coral Oable. lint Mr Mer- airuetl.ram.. Jt.* equipped with tea-ram'; the fUperrltiloB of Laacford 4

&II 'dare, an1 vet* pad t* a ivbeomnlttee.. tick called In Me itaff of _hit.*.. On.W toy" moat beautiful building.In ate, dancing pavilion reel and locker Monroe, who have laid out many .' '
sat told hm t* plan their bulldlne roomi because of the rapid growthof the beet known golf cosmos In the
the buainm dlntrlct.. which I* Jut
M that they would fit Into tilt whole Coral Gable the club house to flow Booth. The length of the ooun l I. to
: TO ATTEMPT TO END a llttl* oVer three months Md, I I. the
CONGRESS chera*. being elartedMlo Jwtc'Jt.'orlglneJil b* ..HSjr r d., iwllI J !two hol. moro
. Coral Gables aohooL Thin
; t. CHILD LABOR BY AMENDMENT At a result, the business eeetlon today to the fret of grammar a eerie of educational .f. the nddltlon mlklm roumfor .ban BO t W *df f. *DPb.mi. Ur L.nf-

', I* apparently hardly dlirt.ntfrom building which will the "u,1lfrom a larger dlnln..fiallt kitchen and guestroom. hd hu| IntroUuofd fine waterhatard
any other section Of Coral kindergarten to college and rep- : This. addition wilt b* completed *. dot .log' and new Idea IAtrapa

Wa lilngteh<.tl./C'i.c.fletttoll Kite IerrJalat..,.., .SI s) the 9nnstltut/on Gable. The bulldlnci are of Bpanl.h ........* an expenditure of 1I0./to. The It to nope*'early In February and with roll condition of the

Nawe ,Da;a ,('It.. .o'\I\\' should not b* often amended nor 4"11with' Influence of the Moors ,Mhool la awe stories high with tower.at During the next few month, It b moH favorable' kind promlar exceptional .
aid, ground will be broken for a new ,*.111.. In fairway
apparent her and there, and of .
Hie United' ( ,Ht.tef are solidly I behind burdened/ with pn>hlbltlon. which can com I either end In which rtalrway lead

the prop.alret( amend t lid Conetltutlon be attended, to by ,law*, Tul; tt I* aleoundontood 'tb. sewer bulldtnd" rprenub! betsatires I to the second floor. The door to
of types .all of the room wide that
open no
that blind jabot tie ,a t4nt the that there to a conviction "
+ IOf r architecture ; he classes are practlciilly held In the '
'IInoJ"m""talla" et the land, lib mat- i.c'ohgrea blat it* to not possible to I art the budnew structures"
among .
air wide porches running aoroc.h
where within the jurlndlctlvn of the
frame any law prohibiting child labor
til ,.
I. arced oto toullillne which
I: front of the building on each floor
I sited States what IIlal Territory
or which be
or will not found wnponetltutlonal -
bee called by some clamors the The rear of the school ground. now
wa emphatleallf elated at a by th* Stipreme Cost, end thattherefor flllet. building PUBLIC PACKING
eommerelal *t
< purl being t fitted rep a. a recreational center
the HOUM fudluliry Committee
the amendment te the CootltuUon panllitt, design la Florida.. Italn oonv
and modern larrOun4".qulpmllftt
by varteiu member of Con 1. the ,
only way In Which
etor all of
sees InoW' me been ordered. When this arrieestad
"s. who have Introduced one 01itother the federal government can ln.M that *
and It WM erected at
occuplid to set up the Coral Gables school

".n. amendment kind of bill looking to such tpt Ira various their cttlien Stoma ,refrain to employ from uhlldrea allow ,,a oust of ITI OOO. will have ft playground that marks Tomatoes packed under t tie exclusive

Ir that The administration building I I. *fl t urther progress (of Dade County
) rocallad JCongr haetwlcu of tender try ,In gainful ooup.tlon
alitlj : atUimpied,JII end 'labor by

national legialsthenactment. and
IhH \both such attempt fall.d because BAY BISCAYNE BRAND

with.time r the law the UPretft..ConiUtutlon. passed, Cd were rt Th.reII.boding In .dn/lirt Stint ftgrowing You Have 'fried ;the Rest, Now\ Try the Best

.wntlment",-, 4he". national FOR YOUn GROVES THU MONTH AND NEXT We will pack and handle, or grower tan pay packing -
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KALH CHEAFl, One '' \ "
new four- '
Cuawdt lout
: chraikt. IHI, A 0. M'hltford. Coni to our pleat at Honmtrad aDd sea
wheel trailer, good fur Banners and our MrtUlM mad*, ", W. D. HORNE PACKING CO.
business men. IT I N. W. Sev.nthatretol
"lAte.. show jro (iRO\'L:. aenlug bMk'by UM one of Don-Ada FertIU"' "" .
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roa RENT) New Ilve. o_ house 103 N.: E. Second Street Bliss Building ,.phone 6673 Co. tanks the
:and garage en Ran Pable Avenue on Highway.

and Hoe Street HOUM never boon

_upled Write C. A. dale, address FLORIDA EAST COAST FERTILIZER CO.

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Prom name DrmaMtratloa Sperlallota, TUabjiae
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_.IIIacJt, Rae I pplm i on straight edge
The tMxttft.raAde rug la a good ..0t. ; Oral ruirH An mad on the earn \
ttteaa *< Die problem of dlwiatohlagthe 1 trlnuplu a. round on.*--except thaInitead ,t I ,
rag bag and provides Mi ... of *tartn"; with ,toll strip,
rv* and attractive boma "a"1 are sawed itnUuhl for about a lhlr ,
tMtwble material tor this .. the length of the Miuened rug '
include settee wool silk. cotton and Booked Rags zyAvR 4 4 i
wool mixture Mk u frame of tout light woo
Subdued colon should b* _... A tripe\ Tack (trip* of ticking oth r +.
color soh... In Ik oom Part be made heavy cloth to !"MH> edge 41 frame

complete with the oerrect UM of the Burlap to need for the foundation::1 I I ) !, fg'rt ,

home-mud rur. Ran should\ be f y4. Cut "burlap several Incites wider and I y II I ,
.o that the colon will hermonlM and longer thaa the flnhhed rug I* t* lie
'hi ef I IStlnlltt Turn In edge to give double thick
: ( bwt lafeattir MM, faeten eeearei .Mfc It J W .rv n i 1
-IIQ 4 of Ds.Igo''ve1n* ld'1riwa ,tx I ,
tb. '.JtCJ'o # framt '; .
idols,lr \f\1 .l. IItIll 1P't.orb burlap, 1 I
tmp.... **,'. .. {' Wool.* silk or eotto.* material e
...... M point In wrkuan hf$ may be w*.d. Tear tote half-inct : I
uri; 1. Material'* used must be Meant (trip*, but do not sew. Plane frame
luallty Pet "'II bl; ,1. Strip nwt!t be en two table, two chair, or rt one
out evenly ffi Joining must b. end 01 table and ether on knee,,A a ,1 !
smooth: .. Raw edge must be turned i regular rug hook or a crochet hoot iL" I II j
m, t Work: with rue flat on a Ubl t* filed to a harp point may b* ud, A I
ivolil clipping; .. Freee Into shape Hold matarlal.' under the tram withleft
offer It t* finished; T. Dampen, tack: hand Lush hook through purllfrom q < I
to floor l& aba,.. cover with several above catch material and draw bl K*i 'j

wyer of paper, plo box or come It through burlap to height of ,-.
such heavy object on top and rut will Inch Repeat this prone, following =ftrwfv.tt.t riA r- _- ,.:." '-_T.SKF jmi fimsajyarfljew y qj
..., .. "IM ir M insole WaiiU auti..
d .Iry In perfect; abap design and working In suitable 001. .
lames Kin || ywim iJ) a aorin.I, .m Ih) Qljmim. In I.un Braided Rug I until burlap In covered. I wan depil, >.a of kin arm. ..na I ,r., withina child hut who I IUM I'm rn..I I I Ihie .
Tear material Into two or Ib....- Loops may be cut or uncut. If out,. sae fret to rcomplli'p ", ..rytliliiK: : that one nan lo with hit hand I
He drecee, shoves *nd fei hlnwtlf ."dIt a rifle eliot and good cornet ... .
bolt atrip cut *nd. diagonally, overtop hear otf (loop to an oven lengtwith ht,, ---- --- -- -
olayer' Itrfor entering tile show eualnew b* wq an eugmv. I'hwtu Photos Tom Wide. World Photo
and **w. Heavy cloth i* cut two harp wlMKn. If loop are not.t of :Mr. Eiroy lymg. ; the 4'01..1.. t
inches wide, folded In the middle and :to be out. they mutt b* kept uniformIn I ... Edward A. 'IIo'I" of Boston Men. president. ol William A, ........'1 Horn

preened, raw edge*' folded under a. it I'C length ., ;.' SERVING TIME IN GERMAN PRISON Com pen) ha offered prime totaling "O.lIpe for a aerie* et Europraa peace
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in braided I ,f", __.. _ _. way* almllar to the content recently held In the United State by Edward
Cotton r,llfht cloth I* cut threa In- Tear rag Into tripe about halt an
dines wld. prose edge In. th.. preu ''Inch wide, according. 14 tha weight ol W. Bok. The competition In t* be helot among writer* of Franc.' pivot I

told la middle and raw ado are hid.ion. material Sew end together Crochet Brltan and Italy. Loop l tlovrgeoU, former president of the council *t the

Folded edges nay be blindMitchd 'ed rug will be more, durable If worked League .ft Nation*, ha. agreed to preside oter the Frvnch committee, provided -
trtether Rug nay be braided with over a email cord inch a* carpel <
; Benator de Jonvenel edltof oR( M Mftln, .erva.pe acting bead 1r'pomas)
three. four or six thread*. Roll rtrlpi\ warp. For a round rug form a loop
Into ball according to number of In end of cord and crochet around vas 1 rittonb president ot the Italian. Senate,; will act a* Italy chairman aid .

strands uwd and separate ball for loop. Continue te single crochet Gilbert Murray e* Fngland Th Mnttaat may. writ on wing lubject that

different colon to b* Introduced widening. when nocemryKulUrd they consider helpful to the Intar'aaJon&l peace move.
Leave an end of about two feet with Rug
which to work and pin where It join Tear _t.rlatrom halt to an tnohwide.

the ball, keep UD pinned a* material. ,Bet ua a*In ordinary knitting: ,, Ulllllllllllllllllllllltlllllllllllllllllllllllllinillllll llMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIItis / .y!
I* u..... A wide trip may be ud for the g
Fasten end of tranda securely center of rug and strips of ContrastIng tss
to a table for braiding. Turn each color made for th. border and .,, I'r
strand ever flat .When several yards owed on Th rug may be made la 3 i i iE j
u. braided begin .ewin '. Bow on equan t* b* sewed together. lit tali Ii
wrong side with linen or carpet cue, color must be selected carefully 4
thread prajd boors enough on the te avoid too much of the checkerboard I a

., that rug will II* flat Avoid effect
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LET A OTANDAKD-IUIED would require I pill to give it the S iII I
COCK HEAD YOU FLOCK i-to-1000 strength =
In making this material uw a wooden wre
(Agricultural Mew dervlee) container serer a metal one Place .S nF' II

r To Insure having good poultry next the reed to be treated lit a cheeetoloth tv Lustrous White I
season, every farmer ebonld have aUidardftred bag) tl. It *o the seed are very looee ,
rooiter at*th* head of Submerse the bag la fh. polnon and
iJ JI Hock. And he *h ul4 select a stir with a etlclt occailonally After /c 4 :|

donn or eo of bill bt breeding bo 10 minutest,remov the bag containIng .
and mat with,this cock In a special Ihemeed.\illiwe lobs seed in several t +
breeding pen. The se'lected' bird thanite ot Float water to remote E a
should be provided with i email house the oUen "ana spread In the shade For all interiors I

or hd ana'kepHa k separate" yard' to" dry, ,_ wIt .
during the' 'laying season sty from a chicken* or anyVotlirr ..!lhnal, i
January to March. eat any of then disinfected! wed, the i
Eggs from this. apeclal mating are chance are It will dl.. The poison .riiuiee Itroiu wide muriu fuuiu
for letting and hatching. By such. HtecUon should be handled carefully The jleut[ Corllm II.I OrlffU, one of the two Arae rlc. n. who attempted I* kidnap

for a year or two the chick.' liquid can not be dltlngulihed from Grover C. Dcrgdolf draft evader. and wa lawn a 'relatively light'' sentence !p I'II '

being from the bet layer In the entire water readily; It .la odorless, color- b y the Judge. 1
flock a good strain can be built I... and taetelee -.-- ---- Barreled
II Sunlight f II II'i 9E
up, according to H B. Laneden. exuwlon. Florida College of Agriculture

poultryman ut the Florida Toaicco rjmtACTCONTIlOIj eraaTo Find tobacco dust placed! about*th.
College of Agriculture No progress SUCKING IN8FXTS Je F. UMPHREY
young plant when wet with dew will I Iq
can ever be made In Improving colortype ,
kill many aphid It the aphid have
.egg-producing. qualltlea by I (Agricultural New'' Service)
or $ :
a good ?fart, however, dilating It ,
;)it-tehlnr'trol1l a large flock-all heps Strong tobacco extract are tea CONTRACTORAND
much low effective than vpraylngOur '
laying together--a. la generally I omm ndeA let keep in cieck) the melon' I

practiced en many tar.... phte---a tucking inee...t This insect =
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I Itu. !Ie now M a strictly BUILDER RESISTS '
;1Ther. I* a dlftenrce In the qualIty often called the 'Henlan fly," I* a I DIRT :i i
cash bal Doa't auk for j
% credit
r of breeding of poultry, a* anyone serious and destructive pert of watermelon Can make plan for any business {
cat b* convinced ''by tudylng a few. cucumber and cantaloup. Almtirook )0'1111..11111.. building or residence r.
rlcords and making certain observation Where praying la. done with tobacco WASHABLE AS TILEEASY i L

,, *. A standard.bred fowl pays extract tote Injury 1* usually *o light ) RpanMi bungalow a epwlaltyfjitinialfl 7 ilia
best It coat no more to rates, that the laving more' than pay for
of market a standard fowl many praying Homestead Plumbing Co. and eketrhr* cheerfully TO APPLY I Ij

doe 4 mongrel... BUnd.... bOU"1 A nicotine sulphate solution for this C. MAVIJTTUoeneed submitted '

(, fowl ar* more uniform la purpose, should lie prepared a* follows I sanitary plumber j COVERS BETTER THAN ENAMEL i i '
\ sloe. and, when dressed t. ',mark't, ; Dir solve | bf t found. ot Rmldenc >nd Tower Addition PI.... 0010Bneneetaad '
ii'i' bring. more pound for pound than whale-oil or other eauetlo op la I Opposite school j., 'gIS
Flo :
gallon of water. If the water I* hard,I '
if. their nondescript relative P. O. Boa 411 Homestead Fla. J : cl -sir c'' 0 =
There are lit different vartotl of use mars coap. (Th* purpose of the I 5
: caopa.frulta, nut and vegetable soap halo make the spray spread better a ,, :::
grown ta Florida and shipments outt .) Add H pint of the nlootln *ti|. i

cf. .the elate: average one car every phat solution Whea thoroughly mixed :_ BUYITFROM r ... r IIl.
ate l minute*, day and night the year dilute with water to I* gallon. 1 SELLING ::: r .
t round I In applying the spray use a nonl = \) I

of the V rmorel type with an elbow, Tomato Land Trucking Land II
IrsiY nx.'I' Cl.'t'MB.nt'O'Q' and be sure to spray the under side of and
\VATtRMMXfV NEED I the leave, became It U (her* that the I D.' HORNE] co.i- b
v aphid are located lfw this. reason, That'i J/jr Ihur tea, Il.!
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(Agricultural/ Rorvloe) !adding tobaeeo extract to boredaunlxtur .\ )o : I
+' The most successful grower of eu when' epraying. for anthrae-! B.. II. EDWARDS, Flor daGty, Florida. *: Il

'" cumber and watermelon dlilnfecttfeelr I nose will not ordinarily' giv. HOMESTEAD I FLORIDA J JE
'' eeed before, planting Thl pr..- factory remit la controlling t"'l Special ReprcwiitatiTC Tilnm &... ,

., ties I Is recommended ale by peclallaUof acecordlng to I. R. Springer ., 'I
,i; th* Florida Experiment gtallvn. i r

i, It I. not claimed that the practicewill e I
prevent and cure, all the trouble .. I- ----....... ......,. .... "
and dleea*** cf the ylanta. II" if;
known, however, that ty treating theeeed TOE CAMERON & BARKLEY ;Ii ,. :;j

w a.all I* given bacterial In detail organism below" practically and ; C,9-\.I.'J: i..,l"" -' : eh "N '. "'p a. .... '""p"((-.%-, : .i" g (11I ('

fUfigoa killed.(pore*Thua clinging, It the to seed the were ed Shifting PJlleys langers '''Boces ; I I PLAIT & TINGLE PAINT CO.. '7F: -.I.Miami
will b* ) ? '
;t' ., ."; },. ., ( < :., i f i "
oevered which
with the orgaalim
l ...u.* encumber rot or ...10. antliraethey Leather and Rubber Beltings e Florida' ,\ 'i II .}'
II..*, will be killed rather |.... i ,t ( )
planted with the ..... r I = ... ..- (, 't,!
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1:'." ,A solution of corrosive tulllmate> ; : li Piping, Valves and' Rt""nsA ; ( : i 4DISTRIBUTOILS ,: fn
;- of the atrenrth of 1 to l.ol U vied.Th h .r ::: .! '. I t -,. .1- I'f
seed are aoaked trees 1& to II Phone 3166 Bull oZ1 r Power Pumps "

r .mute*; rimed and ....... The patios I'
r can bo purchased at almost any drag .: Centrifugal h Pumps C .r
. It la the form of pill. lUiami'I :: .
tore. come 129 N. W. 5th St. ii
The.. pills arelftcI to close "
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water at the rate oft pill te I pint 1" "

.", ., water, thus a gallea *>f water enntnninnuminufunLtunnnulnunuuuniuulftnttuttnlufuuuunultlu; ; ; ; ; llu;;

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I KEY LARGO ISMAKING Jewelry Store Move GROWERS WILL v.y li ., untight .line southeast ttamHoiltlm 'I be eniurwl for a number of y' .are. I I ooilry will ronntct with It and at i,

To Loetbfe Btifldfuj i Ity ic > 4irrt lounri but six' Monroe teensy Mae bolll a road theangth surf fair distant. date will complete 1

MUM Of the IOIIK r mad h..s uln, ..<.t) \ of Key largo. and this could a road to (omen'b.rtI. Hut there <|K'
SALES; HEAR REPORTSRoberts hem built and .a .mplrtxi. .d hlghuxiell !
The Penln .lar Jeeretty tlo bas I within isde l'ount1''ould probably | be connected with Uade County road appear.* to be emt good reaeon why
I to Rlllott key at comparatively small Dade Cevaty road already buUt
moved Its looalta trot the RHultdlsg I be mowed at tea com
1 1 coat. It Monroe de.lr. 1 ouch con shield M wed In eeenrtof Ohs connection .
t south me. of thLeckaM Hoar* County will be
; Jh abli to build
Over 90,000 Worth of Prop- and Fucha to Tell
Bntfcttng, next door u tb, only a .,sort" aeotten e< 'Its highwaynow I nrrtlon with the key, sad fr Mkk

erty Sold! in Lat peat efflo .* KMHM .,...*. Th, About Barlow utdcfeU of that county eaeertng, Then mar b<' color >n'', good read Ins this connection oereetve wOe a

Two Weeks >wiry .. wMkr the cot, Meeting that the ken.ling tape/city of the county I HOn why DnJi County vliould build ahwhwity key within time conflate of title ppbe. ,
Will a.t b.* each shut fUnd ufflolint to it terminus In the middle ty and without depending on 'trtxlileagenchi l
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over *. worth *f E.: I'. Roberts u4 0 T. y'uehe. ,
)1.1: 4< slq$, W Iferrt. 5111 s
sold during the but "tw* w.*Mat -- -
last week, 4l I**TyS 'Uh partnembl will aditr**.* MM '+n ertea. drawer -
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according to WflanjHoove
Key Ijwgo League a*' crHnttf'y>> tf I AMJERICA'S COMMITTEE THAT WILL
*, real estate man from taat wkeeh tI'f"o aom* M.otb* ago'. .. \* meeting the INVESTIGATE
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..cUo"JII"" ,ItonevtMd **) 'a V. Ik* our, w q"1:" rt.r. exceed,. city hart M "ill .1Midl; '$ day eight GERMANY'S ABILITY TO PAY
Menday. tag1m McBwea. said yesterday ta give a N lll'tb'. Khwanle (Hub

The R C. Perky Company ot Miami I meeting thf aWwded Ilartow yesterday .
"and w* are confident that w* wtltralftaiti I
bought tractor laitd' and R|$> alt P' I
to "'Jot the patronage thai i t Today .t1 41J. ,.
Mundy. architect or 'Mkmi, hought ..... KJwuilt1
ruperty there. & Av'' Jouee,',*Iortiarollnai ha.Jkaj, *o generOurilutetided ui I ix Hi* i yf *alt. Lg

..pl4SU/atdi7qw ronent pee la the peat by the people l ef1 Home-, tow has become InUrMul I> ft Movement w.-,
"'hiurr CJLKff <*rir5rot>*rt'H* ted anAfk Red land trintrlot." ta organlM grower end because ", YhK .. s1Y
IS ,r. _
tae liirtJalltJKleraporary. : home'.n. thin part or tb',* stab I* anxlou t. ;

his I : keep In taatttt with development* along ,, j

I> IS.j- r.bH.aao Horror a PUBLICTOSEEARTIST this' line )I,. Robert and Mr. roehi t a } f I 4i i

.. : agreed to g* to Bartow, t* rpmetti
." PEP _H or I
,and and ultftIIII"Dr':( 'II water PAINT this Motion at a special meeting thr .

n ont W* h4hi .t14, ...estEohing In the ti The Klwanl of Miami alto accepted

world tub.Tbres l .. ill11: aa Invitation by attend this. meeting

inbdlvhlAnal. .r llnder w.ytKey A and, Ml Come "II thp.rtow people have p better ,

Largo now, tilt p OarmoJfcBub, "", ;,In 1 Luxl7iousuto.mobl1 .1I..mo'of procedure tbaa for A'A'y
the rerkjr and tb*JTo* Wetkln1Pjeb. ro
alrWow"I think{ :Vt. 'WitklM pea Iouse i American Grower' League. "'..

.ilrr.dy:' eold; aH,-p< hU?"*ubHvUioii! ; ,.': '1. League will be glad to know about It"

in Key WeM," )ft. IWooVHr tald ] An opportunity to .e. a real artist W. W. Green, president of the League I I'i
aid today "And w* want all the
lap her color upon the cauvae, blend
member to be present tomorrow night
Miss Plummet Wins
them there instead Clf blending them
to hear flu lafortqatlon oar men will .
Contest Oil her palate. and paint beautiful '
Fopular Ity ; i'
brlsr'homm"I 'tltt I :
tropical scenes la a few mlnntee, will +
Mrs. Rucker Wins Auto -
be given the publlo In the Homestead : ti: .
school auditorium next Monday night No Change in Route '.J i '

(Continued From Pag Ont And while Mr*, t** R Oridley doe Of Over-Sea Highway, Photo from Wide World Photo.. .\
announced today. hat, her husband a professional ..n.lertalll.r. 1
mangy Says Commissioner The member of the United Hates Board of<< Inquiry that will Invectlgat for the
The Chamber of Commerce will will mak. th* mlnutea eeem
Reparation Commlwrion, Germany fiscal condition photographed at the State pe-
tile of tb.: t. take *n> wing*-.acoordlag to those .
break even pn ipeue .
pertinent yesterday Where they wen conferring ""titI8ol'lt..., Hughes. let to
Fruit r Uval If all member turn tn who knew )I,. arid Ie, when b* wa (Continued Prom Page One) t. .' right! Btuart M:, Crocker, Secretary of the Commission Rufus B Daw**, Chief of ,,' 1
their check for th. ticket Hotted III Homestead even year ago that Ore bit a* now surveyed ta the Staff ol the Commission Owen DToung number ot the commission" and General
to them for vale during the Festival TW entertainment will provide a. beat '>ut Itwight U found that a Charles a Dawe, who will head the Commlwlon.

"1'11. Fruit ....1..1. went ever the pportuhUy for .no. Oridley to exIblt beeper routo could be located and ....
top even though err did not pile up a aid twit her oil painting of too. all In Dad County If built along
bg( cash lurplu tram I.." laid Pret Florida' criery, which .la said by U", rout*":* :vow surveyed Dad. THE SATELLITES OF THE COOLIDGE CAMPAIGN 3 3f

dent Thompson led night We hav artists. to b* difficult to paint; and County"d portIo,,. of the highway will
had a *.ek of It* beet advertWng lt will provide the publlo eohool with I end lalS'*'water la the middle of Card

that w* eould gst, *t a Urn when It another opportunity to reins. money ounll'lit Monroe County *nd will be
would get till ball**.ul.*. Our big tor their own need Th. schoolchildren utterly worthlee until Monroe Couay .
fruit pyramid wa the Item ot great will .U! ticket* to the end build It*. portion. The premntuivey

,.nt espen**. but It era worth .v ry tertalnment. also calls tot the building of
sent we pent on It. People who Mr. and Mr. Grid)., arrived here a new highway for some ten or twelve
merely paved through the city and Monday en board their luxuriant automobile mile Wa' southeasterly direction from

MW the thirty-foot pyramid of golden ". houat'boat This llama on Florid* City, through low swampy

orange* and yellow grapefruit gleam. wheel I* fitted and furnished with and. '.110"'''' ,thl may b* the mot
tug In the *unnhli... will talk about very needed comfort, adorned with (avorahl rout Even though the
the city they saw It In for a long Mr. Orldley1' painting and quip people have not, the oommlwlonen
tint to com,". ed .with many window *o that she may hav gone ever the situation a

nota PreeMrat Thompson and Bo tea, from hee t tart kit and paint any carefully and found that It would

rotary, 1.. K. Blehep who themealvee scene that ,tithes her fancy wit to build a highway to bit
worked tlrelrmly to make the FVftlval Those whe :know how hard It bo with key la another county ""

a eucoeM, .ipre. ....d their sincere appreciation make palm frond aeon natural the key ,Jn Dad County without f
and admiration of the will be delighted with UM Orldley'ieproducttona road connection with the mainland,

way In which member ot the Chamber A rock paved. highway ka been
ot Commerce gave of their time tier eye. are regular |hunvnameraa built from Florida City to the oat :p
and labor during the Festival week ," her husband declare. "811.' at a. point about five miles .6rth of -:
an look at a tropical scene. with Its he ArMnlker 11&,*. Sighte' of a :
'Mr W. K. Walton and Mr. W. M ..10..., then abut claim ,
source uf different petition to Ui ,county, board ; that;
< Photo From Wide World Photo. ,
llroJIe did wonderful work In get.Ong *
her en to register It on htr memory, a road could be built along (k* scant
up the fruit eihll.lu--Including and she can reproduce It on canva a from the terminus of the Florida Left to right: William M Butler, President Coolldge'i Campaign Manager; Fred W

the pyramid. They worked early and month later" .' ; City road to these koy for about one- pham. Treasurer ot the Republican National Committee; John T Adam. Chairman '

late a* though the project were their I dirs. Orldlcy can do portrait, but half the cent: of the proposed road of the Republican National Committee and Frank W. Bten-ne, the Boston merchant "
very own'. Mr Thompson laid, .h like scenery better."CbaracUr Florida City southeasterly to.
. rora and close friend of the President. who will assist In the
management ef th. campaign
'oui.'" whole; o* "puriition. WU.e'.tlntlel means more than beauty ward Key Largo- Between th* main 1

. to th* sums M of the Kritlval hen you go te painting portrait," eh. and and tbs Anenlker key. and he- .
were: J. )0(. Cox, and c. T. Uarper commuted. "It ta Imperfection In wee* thOM ktyt .and Old Rhode -

ef the ticket committee; W. n Crow a. face that make character With key (tli* southernmost key la Dad
M C. Alford Laudon Carney, and the perfect face a* a standard ofomparUon County) the depth of water doe not

Cart Turn**. Uncle Nick and )Jr. o the portrait painter pro. need feel feet ta only one foot In New Quarters

Yanks were valuabl In getting poet- e..ds by chowlng the Imperfection .( drop In some place, according to the ,
*circulated throughout the county he tans h* I* painting. No nereoa government chart. It therefore .
Mr and Mr. Itannon took r..*..f the b"* a face with both silos alike. One could. be eaclly bridged, Broad creek, The Peninsular Jewelry Company under the sole ownership .

Chamber. of Commerce whlblt 'la their side of the face' "pl't'_. the op'boat between Old Rhode and Palo. key. of Alonzo McEwen, takes pleasure In announcing that it now has ,\'z

usual efficient way of whet the other side *xpr",- mark the boundary between Dad quarters in the south store of the Lockable Building, next door ,3 'I >.
"U hot" concluded Mr Tbomp- H.' IVlllltora and Monroe Count! *. If the high. to the post office. :'il:\
IOn "co-operation woo the keynote to the cleverly equipped way wa built aero** tk* Amnlk
on every hand Th people ot theibdland ujomolill, house of the Oridley tau ".VI to Old Rhode connection could Our customers are invited to visit us at our new location '

Dletrlct seemed nwak tft a great fancy'to the third member of be had with Elliott key, which atone where the attentive and efficient service that has'been rendered

the fact that the Fruit Keetlv! wa' he party U. I* llarney Oeoglo the time lupported a large population, in the past will be maintained. :.,
put en for their .nofl-Ih..t |I' wa triian oat. Barney give you the b y building a bridge over a narrow
,onothlngi' them lo b* proud of onbe-over with hi. great green eye crook that divide the two bland?: or' Peninsular Jewelry, Company '
and help with.'Th. when you tint' com. and then h* I the highway could be built direct to

Fruit reettval' will be held again prances. about to let pee eee how riltott' key. Thle rout to the eoeaa ALONZO McBWCN: Proprietor PHONE 111.4 If
Suit year at about th* cam time a* shiny hi.* black. cost ta and how would be longer than If the road wa ,1

the me held this' year. whit his pair and chin are ; milt according to the preeenl eur-, .
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Thursday, )larch, 13, 1924 THE HOMESTEAD LEADER Pare Nine '
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MAN CONTINUALLY EVAPORATES; I thrr. time a week oa day when the r-- ....'.,_....... .. .. '_ .,..... ..... i '
meat new or bean ar ..*.. An
FOOTBALL PLAYER "EVAPORATED" I adequate "supply of rre.h. green. vegetable -
le Important. Orals vgtMahonld ..
14 POUNDS IF 70-MINUTE() GAME be eaten three or four times

a week, and should ......* cabbage
-- _Iud.. spinach, \
(BY Di FJDWIX IV ILOfIIl'It1M. pounds la a fmr-wli no lasting II turnip grow map ,''I
.....% Srfeac Srnlc. *, *.e.t>4iigto* ......... Mat *< thin less t* pareptredwater been, or okra. Cora bread and mil ,i
largely. ..... tbo tusge, but a or buttermilk should I "
Everybody II ewaporattae 11II the Tke welgkt- I 1
anay a>....*. semi from body ta I I
time lien "when h* Jilt lint nue for thank
M balled up la Oat fiver .t life.Zves cupper <. I
or Ie Bs% the I iwben: la dot\ ad Weep the or 'cult dally, .... .,... 'Iii\ t' ,J ,

iE' :""" a 115 of Wof and t*"bJ- | dionWe goes or buttermilk daily. .
loa than.Ia.e ljnu.aul ftI 1I| experiments. one or' twice a .oele
felt a* swea II 7.0 twice a work, .to"" I'
thlu all I*t IRerent mob there sea an arelisle i iI.
prove fah seneitive four time a week ea health I
balance. lo t IPt:%f one and alhtrd. ouno 11
are n* frees .. .
per hoer wile lying OjnMtly la bed
There we* such a balance en *xhlbltlon Much fruit a.* apple*, .
Bo the average adult wakes np i ,
at fh* Carnegis' Inrtttttt la. prune or aerioot are
the morning after eight hour deep
Wuhlngton. wa *o trong that a mm ten ounce lighter than when bo OUwv 1, Sciencel
man could all 111,tu scale pea Bed *o retired We restore th. low. wh. An 11Ie..... In "' l and I
oeanitlv that pin. weight would tip
w* oat and drink alone upon the diet I ;
the beam Dr. F. O Benedict. of
p ask breath of air thai we inhale factor that are alee I 1
the Nutrition Laboratory, who had .. I ,
add some oxygen to our' bodily substance tance Outdoor I
chare of the experiment, bad to keep well-reatitatad homes
But with each breath f ale
puttingon weight* to make up tot that wo exhale th* ..xy.1111" of habits; j particularly I 1 ii[{}
what II young man was toning In the again, carrying off with It tome of th e .1..roln/U4 attention I
way ef water vapor while h* watched glen ar'j ac'rWnllal
carbon and hydrogen that ha tepredUK
him Sine* h* bad an It I 1
It" evrcoat a* fuel 1'" food>> w e eat terpwrrylandith weighted below par I '
t WM .vld. '..A bSamuat tha.twater bputa water w. tlou of pfver food '
was given off! froraftiiAluJin. .In* pot '
t3vaporat.9lelloues"toy artery of o+ r abnormally thin
through the akin. allow .tJoL :: I ,
surplus beat 0o the Income and OQlllpleJ<
Of eore exercise of any sort In- outgo of both matter and energy are that a atfrroctlve diet .., .
e.th41 'besot water. Dr Bon*. kept perpetually and automatlclly 'In uggeit.I will prove I" I 1
diet, found that a football player lost baUnoo, or U they are not w* b*. log back the glow of I "
a 14 pound of hi!*(Weight la, a< can, ;* fti* >p edllIbankrtpt and finally ehetk* aa well a. H .',
b bating an hour and ten minute*. A defunct. Stopping our outgo of evaporated ,bodily vitality. | The Boulder-Colorado Sanitarium I '
marathon runner lost tight end 4 half ; Too I "
water would kill 11II ,quicker should '' .
J pounds in a thre*.hour race. A tar.Ity than stopping our Income at food end gntMlve and \ and Hospital '' ..... | .
oarsman l toil five and a half drtnh-tefax.Jlnf ., \ t weight I is .::171; :, : : t i .
OUt disease. If you ar "" The Batik Cheek 01 the Rockies J
i suit a condition you <
; : Immediate medical .

, I f, LIFE-TIME SHORTENED 40) PERCENT advance may help that the disease If you i 13 a medical l and surgical institution em- ':1 1

BY 25 POUNDS OF EXCESS FAT those advance In '
.. ploying all the curative agencies accepted s
,, late corrective .: '

1 (fly >r. I[- IL Ileillt)( r-j and,"if' bound:* extra: : fat redone -Lefax.piuir. by., rational medical nractice. It_ is. one_ of_ I I
" I EXOM fat I is a paralt which tap* hi* probable! length of lift by 49 percent or i ) : n ;
1 th. health and strength of its victim W* may"well *ay a man* bolt the
RRTOMMf association of allied
;M> ; institutions which Ii
k and predlapo thorn to disease and I I. his lit*.line.
!;premature. old ag*. In view of the tact that there h sea Agricultural N.. I''
.'W..II 'acquainted with the MQ, been: "no ',xten.lou of tlflafter middle The remedy for nab follows the well-known system of physiological ': .

long.waMed Individual who spends his ago for a. century. and that the U praying of
llf* In trying firM one treatment and degvneratlv dunaw* were ".arl' all should' b* applied, i theraputics developed in the Sani: I II
i then another In a vain .sort to got fat. duo to overweight the complacency of the first flush of .. '

II. ought to be thankful to be able the medial profendon toward obealtyWM bout the middle of I tarium at Battle Creeli Michigan and ,; I
to remain thin It tutxirculod down: I"esoueabl. Laymen underatoodth period and third, I Itho ,
hint. before h I I. 40 h !is reasonably risk nearly well dooto" did.
I get a* ILl
ours to live to old ate and finally A man 10 pound overweight carries This second remedy application.I* roc I i used at St. Helena and Loma Linda, California I
+ t. succumb not to any dliean*. but I around it mile of additional .
P Delluiik. citrus .
rather to a general ort of mild doay bloodvmel !Ito nourish and maintain I Melrose Massachusetts
Florida College of ; ; Washington ; ,
the CZCCM baggage on his. per
Tim was when tat wa an wet an., and this extra train I* the cause repeated experimenU I
roved, U to be .<<.. I D. C. and other places in the i
9 to a man It wa a valuable reeerr Of heart and kidney breakdown la many
1 is .
; t* carry! through period of famine. later ..,.. Overweight I 10 a bandl applied properly =
The need for It ha been banlahed, *>yclvllliatlon oap in all.. Infectious dleeaeei and eepoclally ,Ime, Th I..-.0 United States and Canada in South
j b* teed. To It acid 1 << ,
In and
\ )Mti\ot middle .ate man tMA' tl ,ef ub reqQOt.!l patient* beyond noratle good oil emulal' n In America and throughout the world "";$:, i ic'
pound overweight have an *xpcUhcy. *ond>mnd. fa. 't 4 lumping 1I'tII11M /* .; ''1" e
s "an, diabetes nay well ru tree al th*'earn* ; ,Fr ,. t c'f\ ; '; ,', {
with w
of only tl year a* compared Al for lay + '" Ii
I r
. .expectancy of II fear In thin people\ that t. get diabetes you murt first The fungus, which 'r" ../ <' i Z ZI Zf Zr Zt
A four.Inch txceaq In a.,man t walt get fat-Ufax. tack only very ?! ', I i I
' met, and even then a Fl&I f

i UNCLE SAM TELLS HOW'TO. GAIN WEIGHT ot fctlon mouton can I*actually aeeOOl r'" d' .. i

'I''I'i Loaves and choot ma ; ir

! tJI BUllOtON.GENERAL HUGH S. CUMMINO ected from the time
puts out until perhaps
Head of the U. 8. Bureau of Fubllo Health Service -
weeks later and
Underweight In the young' particularly b not one for Infant. but I I. one subject to Infection! A,' quiet I
nay bo Indicative of one of a which may b* used satisfactorily for sit week after the ... <
number of abdominal condition It.h. older children, and for adult. In groves where Sanildrillml1ospitalI I
a wel-etabllah4 fact that thoM suffering Thooe who wish to Increase their only' moderately serious, '
from tuberculosis are generally weight will find that a breakfast bill application should located I
underweight. It ba also been observed of fare will b* generally aatlffaetory ontrol In grove ". ideally

that condition of underweight which Include sweet milk dally, (Ions are very light, .,' II
la boiled oatmeal with butter with.
"" may be a predominant symptom or of the bordeaux, Ii
: cases of cancer. Underweight, further.more milk every day, light bread or bumult ten day after from a .' R
may point to com derangement with butter dally ot the petal an off, I 1
of the digestive tract which The following bill. of far for dinner very good commercial
seriously Interfere with the process 6aaalmllatlon will give the body a lufflclenttupply 1
disease. Tbl '" .:
".. Underweight alao maybe of building material. The dinner control molanoao. ,, >. J, ', ,; :
duo to an unstable nervous .,...m bill of far should include a meat '
which Indirectly Influence the Ph".j dish one very day This meal dish Our hiulncM U menu : ;; ;" : :
cal development.It may oonnlnt of beef tw, huh" or pot rash iMwl*. Don't ask .
ta known also that Irregular roast, ham or boulder pork, broiled Ahwbmuk Hlllug "If thou are worn and hard beset a

haMt of living, exoeaee. Insanitary or' roast fowl, boiled or fried flub, With sorrows that thou wouldst forget,
Industrial condition ,and improperhousing creamed aalmon or' codfish cake.
It thouTwouldst read lesson that will f
are all related to the overbalancing Macaroni with ebee** should be In. a keep
t C': ; et physical. equilibrium 'eluded at lout once a week, dried Thy heart from tainting and thy soul from |
which reeuiu In lees of weight.It bean two .r three Umet a week, po.
caa be laid down a* 4 ...n. tatoea, Irish or sweet potatoes, fouror sleep! |
era! principal' that every p.roa Buffering live time a week, and rice two or Go to the woods and hills: no tears g

from underweight should con Dim the sweet look that Nature wears." |
Colt a reputable physician. .sub a "

view to ascertaining the cam and 1 --HENRY. LONGFELLOW. | I
correcting the deficiency

There are, of court, many cases Why "
ef nderwrljhjt) which are unattendedby
any 'fIelbl.' physical dMa, and In Use: ., I
l later y..r* underweight may ''

good health. It ta there caw'dle&le': Canned .
respond readily to treatment r J = I
properly regulated routine I* **tabllhed 'n ; {'i'i
*n the advice of competent Milk a 5
Medical authority. It frequently hap. t i
pens that all that I* needed to bring
When Fresh Milk will be
about a. 1 InoreaM In weight I* a
chang In environment .r a Chang' delivered daily to your z:I

la th. diet whereby" more wholesome. door for 20 cents

food ar* eoneumed A Modd H_ quart a For the Colorado}<<.)" Sanitarium I :-,'

Thee* Very almpl measures fr*. 1 : ,,'.. : r- :I
i juently bring about a satisfactory! la. I \r I" tI !
. ,' croaa la the body weight. Regula. dewy milk I* UM rinsed milk man : Boulder Colorado(} : I f."
I tone of habit good wboleoom. fresh That I* CM lied w* pmdou. ';
,': and aourUhlng food, carefully aelectd Tie shoe IHiMtratod j ./ ;; -. ,/ ,
_..t..C. nedtral .tae" o., all I comfortable, -f /J ;',/ \!1t 1,' 1'' ;;.! I
will help to Chang tk* physical **adtUea ford lof the)yofluag 'I'f"" 1'1' ? //I \ ,
j and bring about Incrowedhealth DEXTER SMITHBox way* alert lot ":a." ;';'wk =
1 ud Improved phyauiv new la black gym ,?i' I
,t ys For the* who are Buffering fromnadarwelght 126FLORIDA arm b the n_Ipr "1\,
',.\ and for the** who wish III taIL AU Io.&b.r : :.
II' t* ImroaM their weight, tb* bureau. ,..W"aqfoot E
"I :, .f. the t'alted Mates health lorries CITY1HOXE ;

r I wished to suggest a model bill of far ,. < t.!: flat REDD'S DEFt ( I.' ; '''/' a .
,7 for general :**. It should bo dlMliotly : :: 1! "

understood that tilts Mil of far Ilovectcad, BiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimHiiiiiiHiiMoiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiinii lllllllllliIIIII11/IIIIIIUUIIIiiq




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GIVE I AM C. T rw.i.. .... 5. ras.rilr
Of as. Ii.p.....*1055. + 1 1r
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.t .srt aslt .i.4I ...... !. L. -. 55..-. btu ssrtr- _. --- ---- .... ranww ..1.. *...k.s Ovou take rutfll4 "- .... ....
... i.l..., ... 151 4.14:0$1 45.Mwiy ... r.' .... fiati a..... Of .....'' BMOTU MrQM M. Pwl H... an. Uk Gladrw Bat>t. oa of Tr* te
.... 1I.4lra4 51$15 'o.a.4N .. .es1.v 545'5 bas a 04 a1 to It ..... .. .. ... _. .... OIU.MR ov'd I** par** M !_ o*' ..>..ntth __do. ter.. kjr aa a.t..
0iNasd ... .... a 5..5. ,p,..., a so. 55.05... sob I.I'. $....., 55.5415..,. ...... 04 N a.a- ..... aub..tr. _...... rfcat. akwm Ik.......'a** Ik* oar that paced llw..
'1 N. f.t, I lllT. a.. u. a1 ids.. .d5511aihlg14.5.4w. 555:5... w .. ..... ilia. I.....t.Ssa.S .
..._ ... Oahe !WI ..tb. ......... bets dgdr two's ..... 1 .a5....., 504
.... Olt --t. 44.ern ....... a.. Tha $154100400404 ,.. ... tf-It 'I'M...... 504 psMi. ... ........ At ...... .
1b...r aM All,.. NhNpa Ra4a. .. hi ....... .... tile ialtlb l ..5a3lanr ....5i utM....... 1.wtrld.
\...,.. ............. ....... .....L ftIt ..4 itfkik (.**. ...*. ..*rM anal ....... t_.. iauIss& .4 !. .......>* ..... Vmt cmki 55041 '.
.. ....... lbs ... ........ N **' ...... '" ..--. .... -.. tr.... .......+,. Clouds Cswpa.41. s.... renv trw.krnr4 1....... ........ Candidate for Tax Collector
saw eI ........-at N .... e1.5sIs ka* VMI ales (MM aa4 tmt *M> a4a .... .__ H.... ...... .. baSbf.b Me
.... new ..c H.lr.d 5sot ..Isrsr.r 4fMk ... k*. .br4. tw waMM Jar W. ....... to t .r.. MM tr tk..
.. 1..a ,.,.. tM* .*t 55.I1 .w. Tit woes rM* 5.a. t..b..a. ...... ....: .... ....... W. n.-a 1.5..5014 I am a candidate for the office of tax col.
._0s dm laoshl...,_(.to. yaw *... kwe. B.* .*4 Ik. Nib ,*r.....A DW RrMhry TMW ......*: .sr ..... bp s sow ...... f"U7
a out fill ._ ......... ...* Lap ..5407. a4 Lat ..... 5.51.. 51'/15.. ........._.. CM .***. mil far a ..-.... tar Ik.. lector of Dade County subject to the will
N .i055. 55 Nsdtss4 assess ....._. Tarr csNaP rS. --. ,
14i Me "..... fStbt' sal ... 55saida.1114as tic .*.lb at* busy MsWs4 1rr -.ir w .*. k. k.k* It ky S.Lg
A4 (.... M.'1. 15514 fJar. ...k.. ... 5. .. ..... wlb. 4\da 3IrrriU School to _131.4 wMl p0.ds4 (k* 4..55 of the Democratic voters, in the primary
1.. Alt eI tkta (MM s. .....4S.I IlssasI. ...... w Ap na 4se Play Here Next Friday: A1.5 fk. MbWT Mt. ,.Mk IIMB IMTkta .
$4 _-...-. Mash 0iwws AS.M I1. TN' Ia.'br .5..541 ha I' t5. ... ...554 .... ....as June 3rd 1924. Your will be
gust.4 .r ... .u.ytp ........ .. .... wlMMf. pt Ik* klfk .....JIorstshM Are Stolen mr l...* 1-. ItaM Mm m .... support appreciated
.4 lists .... -II .. -$1415at .bid I.isS ......../. ..5s. .. k. ktw W* WMI k...
Tk Ads ll.nrspisIss kkjk .k... If elected I promise courteous
... -lusty a.4f Tk. 55.5Ida I* Mt MV .M byV sad 5W ..*...... lasi WIll
... tk. _
a hs4 w .u. ?b. l.sw Freshman But Graders kT Mnr aho4'5b.
.. .. sir .. u- ,. .... ..11ksS.s4 ..... and effective service.
1155 .5 bMk MM. ra. h.5. i. asw sppans ,
With Score of 32-12
...... ... .. s.rsd l... ... Cite
5s. 11..15 a 1 a. $ sass fr his bsb.ry.If. .
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.... '''M'' 'M ..... ..... 5..k .
That fr..b.5.-.. run s4_ This vOI W Ik. bias _te" .....-
N O.*4 Uk 5.-.5.h wY ..... as I I 55 Mkiw ......"" ..... en tan .i ii *T -. "Cae"l ...WMr 4'.'L.l.i../,aaur As k.. n5/rd E.. D. V. BURR
tk $4... 'laMe' C5pbs5 t.W"'l .... lb.y ..,..... 'M .....t" sad Of saves Utr vtn k* ___ Ik* arr7 tram sup to tbs fellow
04 .... _114__ sad ..... Is ...tv5WNl. I .((ink tn4 Mu by s CMT*.f tttt.Tk ..... fUcbUf (UM vttk Ik* R4)u4MkMl eM bad .*tef*< a (trt** *f MM** "
w b* 4M M Ik* bssM.MS. st kn. k.v.*.r, w r. sot quli.r .. 550.5: fttlur*. sad tw* mral ...... .
....... ..... ...... .. .. IMC.ralotljr
MM (uu, TUB tMnk tnu fmfctb MMMMfKt. lbw r .breww.5... .... .u y_ -y.... *..>U4 tk. 4151 .( ,
As. t'u sad $1md users ...-I.' .. Mr *f 14-11. will k.Hw.4Ma ... H..rulad 5...rt1hr .k. aaa.ual4 fllTTr. 1 ca*. k$tf
....11 .... ..... ..U<.I fa ..Ml .. -ar. ton.I *ut to ka' Ik. nr."-WaiK !- 111t1111U hIItI1 If1Ig111llmant111lIllli1WRlnlIRUnunulnunnlulnRlu/nlmllmr
........-.... .>rtM'. Ok our: ...* !. ..........'. fa...... I* urn >< *f III* 11IN --... wits ..... S's tvr. 5a =5
.i rk bust ... M lk. Mart ...4 shads miM. .....4 ... ..f".... tnm Ik. sows .*- this ..*> ..... |
<... M p..5 5..5. *.< ''I;">" < sad H_.....4 lm lfkr*. ...... at....... ...... !. HUMwttkte tJIeIa ... a ass ..... lbs caftkk Tell-a-phone
bs5Sa....bis ANrM1.5,MtM 4W. sis! TIM H*.UI.r. "...." ..spuf'dIli tk. .rlM.l MUI.r for .45. 4MM).t wut M C...*.. at kin .. i I Fifty-Fifty |
s.... Lsrbpb$5s Tk* __ ......1 ....... ..*!>..>. lbs ,- .f .sd.1:.. = 3
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AmrrMaa Ha! Mr.rlM **.r Ik* atadlvm *l <1t ....... .. daiaiias .... I I-feotM Inm WU World. .....1_

e<<< *. few vIsSsries rkick Ik. Unll.d. Main ... ,In the ........ ...*...... Katl SrknUI from A__ MOW* lbs skaters at m.. Iii..... Mm trick '

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,, E The young man in love often goes into rap- .-
P tures about 'the blue of the sea in her eyes and M Company

I s, ''.,, r x I E the golden haze of autumn in her hair," but

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a the same as any other healthy girL 5'' MARINE JlARHW ARE .
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get practical
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; your money, deposit It (a a good reliable bank Miami, Fla. '. ;

5 like ours and get ready to own a home for l.i l. I ;

+ i you and the girl and to provide the three square.I II 4 Near the bus office 5 ,:
} I meals a day that you will both need as long as I ..
j i you live. You know, when poverty comes in at l'

the door,love sometimes flies out at the window. .Phone 3215
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Thursday, March 13, 19"M THE HOMESTEAD LEADER

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I r Qlie Churches I,j

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BAFT*** Morning lOr...: ."WMowi ., tile
:I' Th Rev C. M. Walker- paetor .......": .venleg arsoa: "la HpFather' '' spia
Sunday .oh.oi at I .4* .
a. m, A. I 'I'
;' rlt.w Mow* Ar Maay ........."
mperla+Mdovt; preooalng. .at
11 a. m and. Vise a. m.> B. T. P. U rUtflaml The Rev Job* K. Honk,
i at ...1. p. a.. Alvln Campbell ......- ........ Preaching aerrloee M I lot 1
dwit.XXmetoo. ....., aaboot at I*.(*, MJb BtollaTarimr.
| patUMa4BlCeegue Ihpwerta
Bar will be ......... lathe at 4:14 p. M.Th a

asadap lileeltii ioladtt, ..indatp I tiara IIU.attrcoMdactod eoa,ereaoa.
Suaday ighl will be tile Bio.tat by Dr. 0. U. Idhrtaam. will

'i evening. of the ..... aan. >tM. I Ib held at th* chvuoli+ aM MondajrMETHODIST :
......+.. r>: t*,1 n*... w*'' ..* Ong. #

peMdtt s aspic both moratag ...
.venlng. Mrs Ohrea. Victor win ")*.1 1 MIGHT; !

at tile evenWg Mrftoo, T.b* |>,op ,1 Morid Cllrr-Th! R* A A4V. Taai Tt 11j1 f{ .. t
of Homeetead are Invited to Merad ." .*...'" SfMky .Sioral M aDL # r iii'li' ::, : + # f fI '., !, 1,1't, if.:1: .re

theca aorvlee Md to lib.. their Intereet Fled W. Crjr, 'lI\\p rlatadnt.{ I# 1 f3if,11, ;; t1{ ;{#i.t;, ;{) i N} }- Pt'y}iIlhi
In the rking of Ood .....Mu. at 11'* n. ana 7:10: p. inMtTHODIST

Pray, meotbig March II: "I.*.
Healingbe Sick" Sorlpture reflirno 80LTIIllamM4cwL b t ir[ 1 a w wi

*'i Matthew I. I. 111; Mark I:"l- >-Tb* tttnr f. O. Btrad. #i ir.I.
I::1; Luke 4,It"till: John 5l, ,4Tnini told pator Sunday ,school, at II a.nx '!' { i ii
J. U Ilurtvn, (upcrtatMihrntpi :
..a.hte. at 11 a, m and 7:11: p. nt.Epworth .: :
'jtM, sriF. >ci5Sunday Leagu at tine p m. .. :: fi ti: i iii
arrvlOM ..* bald at th. Morning lOrI: Chrlet'i\ Love for

I-oehrle horn. In florid City M II 1 I HI. Church. ...... ermen.: "Th I1 Fill 1 { 'i i
i 4tirt r t tir
m Sunday eeTioot at 11:14 a m.. n"lM'r'e WII.."

Lon rmon for March 1.. "8abtano Teacher training el.. '1'busW.y '=itl.t.YI t
," 1..
evening T::10. Prayer meeting Wed- f

--,-' needity evening 7t10.l'rrrial.The .. bE Ill

ciivncn op ciirtiarr flit, T W, WhIt.
Comor of, Pins' avtlH and Pin wa'Ill ) i yu i '/
paetor. Sunday school a(. 10 E 4s I 1 f 't
f I
treet DIM iliad I.. It a., D.i 1 I y 1
a, m. sad kpworth League'at e I 1Fsvery
preaching at 11 a,
m.| :
I week; preaching .' t:1e, .tery
at 11(41 Leiwon directed Kldo
eoeond and fourth Sunday.Prmoeion : : t
Atonlo McEwen
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.-Tb* Rev T. W Whit. 1 f t t
cntriirii op GOD worth, pantor Sunday school a( Sand fIli'
preaching at 4.
["knlce..l| echeot &udlt Hura-L.fl .
Howry*;paetor Sunday acbool at Rune Palm.-Th" .r.J'afl ,
1* ..' m U,;O. Murphy, superintend worth, pastor. Junior ; : a.m .
ont: preaching 'MrrloM at U a,. >Ila "'r Ellen.Whltwerth. pus f
rod tilt p. m.j l young peoploe'' .titp0i'lntondlAti! Sunday school at t* a I I Ij
I fa- at ..4S p. in. u..,& S K41W,. *up rlnlend.nl, ""lento
Cottar prayer m..th.'Or. Wd-, Lea,,,* at flU p, m, Mia. Olidy j
..**..0' e>.nlng at ':110. Addenon, pnwldent, church err.ice.
the first and third Sunday of each 1
EPISCOPALSt' : mouth at 7:10.Prayer : t i t '

"', '_The n..,. Rr C. P meeting every Tuesday *v n<. '
Jackson rector. Sunday school eve r1 leg at I p. m. t r I
Sunday at It a. m., M,.. ,see T..hmaiauperlntendenti nNrte. H. r -........ 'i'ns#' ,'.' 'I
:! ; church etrvloe 'jftnn ..\.,excel ciivncnTh
Sunday at 11 a. m.; communion servt the last Sunday of each month at 11,t Sunday school at t p, ..1'1.Youn, I .
.. m. hop8/ lot, at T: preaching ..,.
There will lit no evening, .aarvlc
vie at 1:10: p. m. All are Invited.IXHII :
al St. John'. until further nolle.
I F Strangers always welcome f fi fi
, i.-W; ., f : ."fUi iu'gated' that,the

l Rt John'.. Redland-The its. o.! !J.!amf$ the MlMloa be chanted 'be.
Nuafitian, pastor Service al I p. ILl auU the church of The N..rent I I. i
l .la Eaglleh the second Sunday ef aacII mpponlnr the >MlMlon Clnanolally and.

! 'month! In Gorman, the tart Sunday, Handing' It
"rhl nv Warren Brown pallor of

METHODIST EPISCOPAL tbe church of Th Nawrcn at PrlncoQ *-

+ The WtilM MoM'.." Iomeitead-Tb. ,b expp ntd to preach at t o'clock i- i I
i Rv. Joha Uooh, pantor. Sunday unt Bun4a,. r ,a$ ,
school at 14 .. m.. Cant a & Hough Meeting awry Wednesday and Fri.day' '
aporlntendnt: preaching errlow at ..l 'lght and *n Sunday at t p. m,
11 a. m. and T:I* p. m.| pworth lit: am.< that everybody! got ble- At Julia Fainau tt C.fW Cabin.
... '
.u. at 1:01: p. m. .4. l*.t Sunday, .specially during the
Uornlnc .,rmoo I -Kfty) Pact Frwh. ,,ralM song mad teatlmony a rvlc*, .
} From the Fteld"i i evening MnnoaiTh A cordial Invitation attended I* all
I Scrvlc, ., the Church" (Ulu*- who |like the eld Urn religion and 1 The Beauty of Coral Gables '
I btUe. the Bible Com and bring
A sacred cantata Tha Heavenly. your frleioe- neat Sunday "* '
Melon. ," will U presented .at the -nil, AND MRS, N B SHADE. Is Its Chief Charm
church, Sunday owning, March II at

I P. m.FMrrkls. gpinrrrAt HCTENCB : leanly of Coral Gable.lr 1 Hi chief etunn and one which in I of enJle/i littered t

( ly OommunHy. CliurcbTh The Church.of Spiritual Solent will vtoUort It U a beauty which has been created, built rep, i> rf clcd and' d..
Rv O. M. Frotmaa, pastor Sunday bold Mrvtoc In Odd Fellowa1 Hall
school at IV a, m.. L. W. Taylor, Sunday ovenlnff at file p. mSermog DIlE day by day through the dovetailing of all of the ttrloui element .in

.uperlnt.n4entl: preaching at 11 .. a.end &. .by Mr. Lady of Cleveland. harmonious, unified plan. now admirably tbit ba been done, and U be-

T:t* p. m. Ohio 1 ", ;r.. worked out with each Bevf stage of development, nay only b. seen iy cart .

,1", "t study of the guborb. "

i Rome visitors admire greatly the fln. entrtnet at Coral Gables; torn )lie' plazas with th.U brilliant
I fS at School CJI array of tropical shrubbery i acme like the boulevard, parked and planted with eholccit tropical
creel j and others eiprei their admiration of the more tfaaa BOO distinctive. homer which arc the

. ., pride of Coral Gable
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The Rev M.. Stradlry Talk. Icd la prayer, and Mra\ Fannie Robert Dut it ii all of theme things combined which make the real Coral Gab!**-tie moat beautiful residential ,
The high school enjoyed; a talk by and Mrs Charles eQarmo" property in thin country !
the Rev J. O. Stradley In chapel Coconut Orove too. Rev. C N.
Monday morning when lie told about Walker the Rev i. R. Such a aft* be Every section in Coral Gables eontributei Its factors to the durability of the community. ai .s ,
hula trip horn, which h* declared to Rev i, O. Stradley gar talk. whole But in Ute Country Club Section there have been rUbbhd a aeries of fine building
be more pleasant than the trip to which 'will inevitably, from their dominating importance make that section the one on which

Georgia, All auppoaed It was becameh The school I. glad" to welcome anew Coral Gable will rent Its claim for greatest distinction hit to come. It I* the etlon where
wanted to eee. the people of Horn' aopbomor*. Florence draff of Coral Gable finest hotel 'will be built, where the big '01 fan and clubhouse will be eitab.liihed .
Mead again! of courae. .'r. Btradley Florida City, and hope that she will where the Congregational Church 'will be built and 'where the College for .Young Women
addressed tbs grail echoola Tuesday ills her new environment will attract ao many visitor

summing and the high' achool Wedneaday It i S. a wonderful opportunity that the Country Club Section open op for yon A bigger and bet

morning.lestead All anion attention I fowl for. ter opportunity than was ever offered .in Miami before. Come today to Coral Gable; be our guest

get to Uk advantage .f the kind ,In. aboard a do laie: Pull man but and grasp thl* chance before It pawe. _
of the regular blgh school vltatlea of the opbmore* t* go to .r ',
literary _lei, program Jut Friday Miami Beach with then Friday. even.Ing .
afternoon the W. C T, V. Save aaIntereatlng A good tipper hi Mpocted \

school auditorium.program' 'l'h.ta subject the grade was The *nlor, 01:b ow 'hooln| lIe I &A8LEfIJ"

Tho Horn.'. Miea Ruby leach read class: play and will aoon make a big :C-DIAL ti NL. p

the scripture Mr*. .. E.: LMngilon ...Iee. the number declare. .

4' '
Benjamin Franklin la his yvuth we ally. t* a vigetable. diet S* eonveaienl r

a ....tarta... I a thing It I* t* be a reaeonable .,....
la hi. account of how bas earn to tan, alnc It enable one .. find v ',. ..
America's'5/nesl SuIxuJ ..
abandon thIs habit the basest raider mall Vaoa for everything oPt be ,
will sec hi.* sea Blind at work who a mind to do."Type Metal Magadan .
face-te-face with many of th*
ho I*
little temptation *f bra Tb. mletreee. was annoyed by the 'i"" GEORGE E. MERRICK, Owner and DmloperDAAIMERS i' >
repealed nile of a certain negro .* .
fromHontoo. '
It oeeoi that during a voyage :
the ahlp wa becalmed oft her colored _k. To told ma," & BUKNES, General Sales Agents ,
ale protected t* tile cook, that tea . .
... tot
I. ". and the
Block puwnganr *
sheet sacking cod had .* man friend Bat Ibis fellow I v Esecit me 0/r.teij 1SS Lit hasten Sf, *. J ; ; ;

ThM were classed and _lied. .to to the kllchm an the time." "Pat A .;,'
be alai Mead .0 ml... ,,
Whm they came hot eel *t till Bigger a ./'''' ': i
Bach> admirably th. seek declared Monfully "Him, .
frylag pas, they ; :' :
welt" ..... rrukU.I bakux'don heJeo* my huebao'. "_Everybody* I s
.. .... : .
Urn betweoa primtfpl and ..- r .,, .
""In I "J<''
ellMUioa, till I recollected that, whe .... t ti":1 ')," \ .
flak wen spend I aw smaller dell T*. Sever can tell. Many a talkie \ 1 ',;. /"JijJf'' ';)-...
taken Mt fit their. etoaachei then who beta bio I bottom dollar doeenlbavo '
....... I. If ye. *at cat &tMoUlor.I ta diet down very -Es.. t .. i:" :t ''!
; .
..." oeo why we mayat oat ,...'!
t 0. t *.lm', spas .*od very hearliry. sad Owr buiinnai: h te.w Oft a Krtcdiouh

r' ......... to oat with other people,| ....*.. ItaMt eel .... credit.Aawbrook :- '"" ,; ..... t- .... '"
f r1S retaralng Only Bowaad lbe ,....... FtmagSuutim., ..' Y-',. .:;

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THE HOMESTEAD LEADER Thursday, March 13, 1924 ,
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. f w ; Social ijjRBfattBHgtMnMunufMUHnfntBHftnRRftEBBM Events in South Dade aa

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.. bra worked out Tha r.* after .... No Ue
line. *,. lag e p l llv at the pfcinenf WM ay FOB RENTWDMANPS
SUPREME GUARDIAN IS that' Teacher-,Johnny. vivo me a **nlenee '
OF iMagovered
VISIT be society to eatafelleli a home tor nooii when 14 women
CIRCLE aged m'Bil<..... sad orphan ,u"'Iff I Ii when on* I* .tv.n Mm J.C.. flack urine the word diadem"' CLUB BUILDING"t. \
I. EVENT FOR WOODMEN'S bur home*, and ..... J. O. tradly Johnny People. who! drink moon I'or"-PMon and avenlnfarwea.
i t:1'IUIA-x.mY; ; than tbeerb >_., at .
baaaan *
HEW : far honor (.... X. the unknown '*lae diadem teaht qakkf r J
r Mrjora AT at'tut IUI4.Mambrn a..M..,. .tail. a heap of heap. aWt Watworth X. 11' .... MR W R. CROW. Proeldoot ',1 1:
of the New En laad ootetr trata tsra,..... .,
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enjnrad a program Th mint wu a mJaaallaaaniahew ::2
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by Mr. Guy Itowart MeCab which proved to be not only"
whoa they not at the Jtonoer OolW a hwer of ulcer and linen and othertreaaavan.
hall loot Monday night ftatreahmoatawrre but a ahewer of vood-fek Charming Styles for
L1t wrvrd and a...... base ...,.... lowelutp' sad Meadttawa Th* gifts
I Thom. ..n.n<5in. warm ..... sad Mra ewes wrapped" sad -flMM. *>.* sad
A n f'llnloll I Charl c .oa.. Mr. and ,Helen Bradley. and BUabath tUU oa*. Evening and Party Wear
hire. p ll. Ur..cfcett' "''r. sad hire L. I tied limn to hire. Mradley la a felf
'+wc C !' I' rteemai., Mr and If... flayd Hub- n.bit .....lIot afaw eontreta had bias
bard Mr ?red ...,.. H. I. .he,h rd. played and eblekta Mlad and pn**
Mm. t. E If'utwrIII'" ronyth. Mr. I had been arrvod
> h sad hire E r. UtlUrtrtd. Albert Ut- All the ttttte detail that make a SLIPPERS

w tlefleld. Mr and Urn Hobart Brook party a luaMM had been arranged OF ALL "
I utt MlM. Martha DrockKt' Mn. Cora by Mn Davta Iln. R. B Perkins
N s wM1 Brook. Mr aid II.... Hubert Tetter, Mint flmllln! Thr.....". Mrs C H mLfS'xcl..i
Mr' and Mr. *. Ralph Deemenil. Ml* tiles rave nadtaif Mn. Pout Skill
Oltl Mr. KoaH Vn.Oeow M>"V .',.o..ot..." and "Oyvoy LAV
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,*. Dee BoberU. Mr. Bone. A flower coons" and A eon
: ud ....,.. E. C. Lovoland ...... Guy tnt which( terted them about their, nlj' ItKittl molds .f gM' d,", uda-, 'IIl'1i1.Ai.

Y( I Htewart McQaba Mn A. Chamberlain knowledge of antomobll par wen ., patent anti IM 'ItOhm fit iacl.dd.

and Mb. .. *Ug* = Among thorn present were: Mr.
'. AUiiuxiir isGIK Stmdley, Jim. a J. 1>&..., hire Homer Tit loot fltutaitolltctto Only lie idlest Wtofint
i Mnf1 A. ( ;
KinrniKE rtnrr Davla" )I.... Gordon Tbomi oa. )I....' W DIMtil \ ml mtttl'
I C. e W....,. Mr*. C. H. Rio. Mm lee hale tttt I I I cloth mtttrielt' are
k, All the thrill that umally
L the W. W. Onen. :Mr. Emory Bran..... o rod in tfnttntion. -
+ a aurprta' party attended had At pleattrt ___ _
burr. Mn R. B. 1'erklna, Mr. Clyde I
on. gtvtn for ...... A. C. Albraeht: I !. { .
Ian Baturday' night. whan her ,,,.... Lowe Mm. Roy. Ca""..'. ...,. W. MBradley preheat
arrived uaeiptctedly to help. her celebrate JoI... c. Z. launders, Mrs
Jo ephln. Farham. 11.... B U William
.1..,. Tb
her birthday && "
a pneeatatloa of birthday gifts daao. *, Mn. Mary Turnace. )1.... K I* L .--_ Their KtrkmunKf ml aWfnlltet -
ftkilL hire J D. rreo. Id.... Prank : tttnitilt
tag and ray repartee oonelUuted iioveaing'e -' At I'"/ high -
.; ,
nelta. .. Percy Maaley. Mra.
fun that will not b.* forgottea -I .
,, ----- won.Preesat H. Ruonll ...... J D. Redd. Mn. W.I' uKtl kut mtlt InAt II -
.: Q. Blmmona. )f... Ivaa. Mooer, )
bealdoa Mr. sad Mn. Albreeht Iirifjr which .. **}.J
Loa Marjr K URooca. Woodbury B. F. Waldln, M... t. P. ADd... I '
war Mr. and Mn. C. It
With a note nod ipaeche* from Report by Mrs LaRooraMn. lire.. Petenoa Mr.' and Mr. ....... L. 8. Mowry, )f... J U Burton, I ...., faJutiuUi M_,...
...... J. II. Webster" ) Carl Long.
Mr.. Mary B. taRooca of Omaha, alUooa reported splendid Keen, Mr. and Mr*. Barnecker and
...!.. Ruth William i --'
....... ipr.ai* uardlaa of the 0u- ,........ beteg made In tb* aooltty. aid daughter Emma "''r. and Mra. dee,: Mr* 114. Uvlngirton. _:
..,.m. Forest Woodmen'. Circle, tail ataUd that It bad a naiabcnhlp at Oakea, Mr*. Lena Woodbury, 'ra. *, hueKdith William and Mb.
Friday wa a red letter diy In the 111.8t, with f,lit la thin atat*. Kb* Gals and ...,. and ....... Tetter Minnie' Lea McClelland.MR ..

lend Woo,'''''. aid that the ajneta ""'oIL laenawdmon *. ROEHBHFJi 18noflrrrM @
W... LaRooea ipolu at the big. than a Billllen and a half dur R. "'.'. AND O. A.'i MFKT AT BRIDGE.Mra .

tent at I clock to aaveral hundredpanon log /hi year I IS'. annuMed to $1t.- KITH GOOD ATTENDANCE F. H Undeman warn prim "r'' ,r
*. Her mutloU voloa, her 0110...., and thai the fund of the Tba R. A.'* and Q A:. met ea Tuna winner this week wb.o Mr. *. Paul
beauty sod her Mrtklnf penooalltywoa society wars IiivMtad in United Wat** lay afternoon with a good attendance" Hoennhel wa. brides* to the Monday
her. audience at once. *)h. *|tok. vovarament boaJ., atala boada school Mrs O A. Wilt and Mia. Welch had Afternoon Bridge Club. a.e".1
with eDth4wlam. over Hemeatead and toed*and municipal bond. Hit. Mated charge at the O A.'. and Rev. O. Tom the club member were lire. Linda
Mommtead poaple' and both her .... that about $1,500 001 waa Invented IB Wit directed the martin ot the RIIRII Mra. C. O. Bobo at MASTER
d.... la the teal and the one .... mad bond bound In Florida, 111 800 of ..... man'Paxton.houaa-eueat Ill. Mia Harvey Mae Palmer } Jm:' N INSg9ESg9P$ $ E

la th* lodge hall later were well n* which were laud" In Dad County and Mn. Meenih mother, ...*.
-..d.Thank.. bond >E IH GITEX Rhode *
t. the eon.taet and patient ab. encouraged the member ot thy MIIC :.LwxEOVI.ROWER. jADlEc s'o11LDREJ'IS' TOES

work at )f... lx.uada Uackwod, db. .ootMy t* creator activlllnt\ along dvU A pleaaaat problem la -'. alga, Our baalneM b now oa a atrictlycah II ." 51 E. Ei.jeer 51.IwMwwlwmw '?7"='

t.tcy or... .*, and supreme delegate "-- .- ---"- bade Don"i auk for rrislll.Alaobnnk I} v ,
who" Installed the lo al hM r .1 Clllm Blallun. MIAVJ. I1,OIUDA '
the Weodmta ClroM the Cinla mad. ; :f!,. I .
a food howln., thai aliht. The drill "
team put .. It* work tor Mta LaRooea EOTADU81IRI Uti' nwiz.tr: RKMOUNTED: r

in a ...wedl, eredltabl' faahIon. <

Mn.. Harry X>. Wolf wa da.
gree captain and Mr. *. Ratetla II.,. 1VM. J. ADLER ,

pet woe muatelan. Memben' at the LGREATESTl OF '

team won white drewea sad aTooaaahe f .Diamonds an) Platlijura Jewelrylot 1 t
and went through the aUtM**.! 4.4< y / STORE 12-E.FlaclerSt IBARGAINSDMBEATABLE

their drill with rafulna and #*.. R. Flaelf.* M, Miami, >HorWa Phone 181.
ARer oho ImprMelv lullhitory work ftJebsal. Room '.01 Raw Tork; N. t. TeL ob. stiltStmfnokafre1 J 'l.I ILl [! WDMENS WEAR I
[:lIlidiiuiIirrIaTrT; ;: :
the lodge op..... It. door for joint [ I

_.._.u"nn... with. the W 0. W. and other
--------- ---------
friend, and It wee them that Mr.

_*nd *pNh.f .
,' D. Rivera Cutlet" arfaeil*.
talk*. oa weodpraft aad. a. usual

gave .a rood addrm. !
...... l.....wauil TalknOr OVERSTOCKEDSALE
aouna the program would aol
have been kaUafylix U Mr. *. Look .,'
wood had pot talked for rin*. hr

...,la thin**, she na-ail.ard her
wll to man* U and out *f lodge clrclea -
and all regret that lIt.a faund Itnereerary ATUKDAT. MARCH II &\ Yl\fARCII15
to d i/*'t for Orlando y H. ",'BY PICKE'oitDIn I

lerdai I"* *pok" rYMay alibi about ', MARY PICKFORD j
the fMur*,of tft 0111'0. and aid' ski .IkWta ,
hoped the people bore would earn Wonder" girl la old Upankh remancot I I.
.. .... I
oa the work h. shed the *mben -
Larry lemon COiled aid Pun
I* make
and *<<".ei< to oo operate
From tbs Prom
the Circle ... OU'-"i. mho worked thOrel -- --
up t 0 a peer."- nhlp et II dui- MONDAY MARCH IT
lag her *uy BART FUMYla

"Ta. Law Moebhld'
I Comedy mad heart puller 'PRICES DOWN
Bunahma Comedy and F08 Nw

W.',* overstocked Wa admit It-th* extraordinary cold
rh' 1 TUEHDAT. M-aRCK IITwOHMar 1 weather thla seams la to blame Thouunde of garment that
111e cart InMy .....1. have already beea old crowd the rack, table and
MannA MM W.'" determined to lake eur loom and unload.t'.,
lao.1I and thrill "ikt'r* ben.nt-tb. reduced there.
J to lie the people* entire deck b aextraordinary
alaaTh paving 1 oa (very garment la ,*b. how*_ Th*
ea :j Meal Trail and Cameo CmdyWEBNEHDAY Mock .. marked fe' aaorlflce and OUT IT 00 E8.


:il Lola WIU.*o! sad. tpwial tees
"Hello Old Sole! rail of Ih*Caar*"**
You Look Young" Chaplin Comedy and fabledTHDRaDAY. MAY ttCKTOaa JhBOjrtA"Rosita" *- t And remember these are GENUINE REDUCTIONS from real values

roar That old IM Hhoea way whan,"'U they greet 15- tkiobl P'eatare. MARCH' pay f0 Women's $6.50 sleveless jackets $3.75 $20 to $22.50 silk dresses . .$9.75 t

tern tram Pll"' ..'. ibM with \\') .I. n.urtTb to A Bpanlah raoaanoa with Up to $12.50 port skirts . .$3.75 Silk dresses worth $29.75 at .$14.75
,hop.Tauntala at TautlL'fOl' *
ab_ Tow *aa will atvl JOHN* TV GJL* Man':tn' UTh IIOLBROOKBUNN $32.50 knitted white capes .$19.75 Big: group dresses, up to $35 at$19.75

i hava a nw. Hf*. Lee's threwth.a KattoeKlewn .. Adapted by Edward KnablockMary values
awnr--,fcv.. skim re- reel of Ihrlllaatoo .by Norbert JPatk Women's $1.50 fibre hose, pair .75c Dress up to 42.50 now $24.75

palM at rs N.WI /betegrapa by Chart Roahor Up to $12.50 sweaters now .$6.75 Finer dresses cut to $32.75; and $47.50

BURTON'S FRIDAY. MARCH ItMSMARIC. A Seldom-Seen PhaseOf $40 to $45 spring suits . .$=9.73; Sport skirts worth to $16.50 at $9.75 "-

f KARAT aM la MTEIM' and loved a pemoaallty the world thai over la known kt ea.t.noid 1000 hats at $3.75, $4.75 and. .$6.75 $10 and $12X0 linen dresses .$6.75 !;
and apaalal ,
SHOP ,, by The World* Bwaot- .
Daldtsoe barf la a M.story latermlaaUiMtramaaea
RoOMatla Comedy. Drama and tragedy, laafhter and Everything In the store at reduced sale prices.PageTw. ;
abw thrill : ,
p FlftyFlftyTellaphon The ....t.... Peahen.rapfc aadIjkiuiha I Intensely, Vitally Alluring :;r't;




i!! !!!. P

t' March 13, J924 THE HOMESTEAD LEADER ra Thirteen
__,_ ___. ___ __ >vc'

'1 nits tmorKmr' : --onmr------.r YRITPIllatr ; : I ACTRESS ST\RTIKS MDII'NCK r : {

(VIINKt1ViCItr 11>hl1Ctlit ,

; I rAddr .al Social Events trrplrnaant*. F U aurpr'M Brwokett Mrtlidiir_va given patty I.;-j I!! DRESS OF $2XXMK;( ( .>0) 1\ : N m'J J

Tu .
,i 'Otto, gathered. m thr l".\n.. "r rl

a-, llrttckott-a deter. Mm \ l> "In.U"n .
lu brnm/ng "hll.. rod ''u<..l//, 'I I.snhllee I".
ADDRESS .In "... ,'sty

I Those preni m werifi, gurvt ahonnr j
CHILDREN ON THE SUBJECT "HOME"Write The groom*'* mother a ae ilnui il I In, Mr*. Hrorhett. Mr R J::1

black and atk...d. I* joyous t....r*. IIh"I.lwrd and atre' Hubert Putter ..II l
-- .._ they wa all. *n happy Thi.
it ra the.. sky Mew nn.anMu Tape x.iu l I" the Mm year anil th* tarn. \
gronm'e father had en a "Urr curia, Ins North Haven, Cmn.. Mn A.1 g"
Tin wend I is gta dry! /etynrnperkllne. 1..r.naltty .
) and II tie.t'ue I > ... .... .
<'I.nI'.n. Mrs. FMurthe Mnl
While Hooitad' school '
childrentattooed : ... .
.rantlviuxl the ...11. hlldrt In ,
with ...* like saucers, MmFtnny ) ataoU)'. Mi<- tu:il tl.on. in an lu. i: know. !Ben, a* f wa a tplllnr l
Roberta, ....*..nt of the Cotonut : formal and fulkny onion, hewMr .. it was a stylish affair and thMtlUAluent Drorki it, "ajl'" from Nnh. Hv,. anMr <1

Grove W C. T. C, quoted the never lent *tt *$] '''lIlh. *. .'10'" HakDard and Mn LfroMnan 4 s aI "

tangoing verses when she spoke at *bt* thing wa nvdr. YaW tat ui preen $....... CMM. I

a W. C. T. 17 avMttng conducted down Jlot ...lir>.v,'r they **Md and :

1* the school avdltorlum Friday a ftwaoon ,...-'" nut tile cats that WM fit fur hilts unu: IS
iNKi-iiUTios pon POIJI.Th : .
Tics uhjeot WM "Tin Home." a All king. or a naughty MONtkt maki
Helping Hand Society mot a, I
And Mr*. 1UMTU Ml. Chart' UtOermo '- i" wu. .* scrumptious, I II
the horn of Mra Arnolddill,' u" I ,
of COToMt Orov. tie Rev When they bad *m alnn, .orC.r: Wednesday afternoon Nine mom-

J. O. fltradlqr the Rv. :I. K Horn li'r. the ,,,,"v.0.. Q. Taniwv end the ben and three vlalten were pniMnl
ad the Rev. C. N. Walker were the .
IUrC.. W. With rpod4 to
at 'Isis meeting, which will be th.
upaaktn.lire. reps from tea crowd then the groom
last Km.' Little will attend for norm
Robart. explained iky-wrltlng I wee rushed forward and made the line our .h. will .leave. for the North ,

1o the chlMr.o who had not een It >,pe.i: if. liln life which sane mM with ,.u 'r ..*.,.,.. al'n' I
she Mid that in* we ashamed tuuy
muc".110: '
r. i 1'1' bunlnee tens qulrky dispo.'I\

that when she nnt aw skywritIng i ial I 'I)," it i,lie (.."... "liT VV..II. there *"i I I'a '",. ".ul a proginni ate given in far|.II 'df
\ the word pHled out the gflgantttl I f
nature n.,,,m' I mil, "' rest every thing site I o. (.lyno solo, Mrc. Ultlf; sung

w ''a.." .t'ui' Tar/ I hrlile. parrntx. n I 'I'' )I'. ("err sills arroraiMinliiim l>>

")*ow easel better It will to when w ,,1/1".1 i I wa. a ivlo' .rrahom Alto Urtlv; a reading on Kr.......... WUImii I :

.*. can fU0w Anna A. Oerdon'i .uggeatlon i tutu i'iiry illodh"t')'; .......1 'I''

and 'w.rlt It on the sky, the i 'm...",: '''- world 1. going dry." Mrs. Robert
|lft u In, r..1: from the groom* father, token WM glees In Mr*. Little,
aid. She reminded the children that radiant drew mad ,n IJ.900.eOe In diamond, and .
a fin K'-lit null h from hili mother Sma1.n bakeU. of hocolate wee i
America now ha prohibition After Ttolyela In the of .1't.t.t.TIt.
wore "Topic Hit' I before
and til "I" and n' Litton urung In a favors at the dainty luncheon which

In put yean teacher In the lotta n ,.(. nd tie'-(ul thing that I Mr. Little *i-rv.d. that Mlalim.l> a atartlodnMc and awe never portrayed by a _
taught children the fact that beclt.1I"1
didn't know what they woe for ef people l en Rroadway The jewel arrived at the Ikentr jut .
i* poisonous la It* effect HIGH K7IOOI, QIKLt
the boy and girt grew up tb. *. Charles DoUaraomuch At ten' o'clock they Matted for the TO fiHK I-LAVa tart of the performance, under heavy" guard, from CartHr** of Filth Avenue, '. I

enough to vote against the wiling of I trait. Well, Beau that naughty mobile Two one-act oomedlM wll Ih* glove and lmm.dlal."ly after Ml... IMyila' performaac they were transported back .
decorated _*. A sign.
Intoxicating beverages," .h* aid. children bad to do with the : f dlvtrea' : sure which said "Junt: Mended"San by high school girl ta the school to v'W by another heavy guard of drteeMvM arid policemen, Photo

After giving the children the pier happiness, 'Of the home and reminded its end, tin can and old auditorium at I o'clock *n Frl on roar ij
of law enforcement to take to them that Uncle Bam did a splendid' caning, March II. Tb* girl t* plaIn '
sage when aalll i tub '.' 'mt Wry thing that 'nd by preelou pearl .' '.
thing he this
their home, and after explaining to ''T\a. Burgler" an being eonhd
drunken make a rattle g* bang was tied on the "" nBrrigawss \
"', who violate not be a nation Moarloy Miss here
that Elinor
them the fact anyone by Mb
the law !. not a patrlotlo AmerU( "t'acl Mm bee a treat big Job to ,rear and loin body tid. fixed Ilk. lh- Rudd hM the eupervlelen of the other : Enperle.eee' I On Sunday the question wa r*.
back lire they
*o It
can she mentioned some of the put over now In enforcing lu prohibition engine play "Tb Truth About Jan.'. The :Joetpti w*< a *odd.n-er d. ..,Irllu,,'. pealed, and the nun with a sob In

:" world'i leader who are "dry" men law," the _14. "But ou were bombardln Vlckaburg. proceeds will g. toward the library looking child her voice Mid. : "Tea, Umblt, this leGod's
ha known defeat Am 'Nd about twenty went to the doDo 1'
S', the KnglU premier, a woman ruler flag never fund. Niirue," he said on* day, leaving ..,,"
when she explained that all the nation with .m. and M luck would haveIt "
, la India who ha proclaimed prohibition his block and laying hU hand g-ntly Then when to the funny paper,
.1 for her people. President Coolidge, of the earth are watching America the train wa two hour late, 'nd on her kae*. ".ur... U this Ood h* .mIDd.4.-Har. MaalnetItalanc h hwrthktg
I-,' the presidents of Chill and Mexico ant and asked the children "Are w. the thing thr" didn't do to Fred then At College in TaMasseeKODAKO .1 1 day'" ,
going t* put It through'", they eagerly wouldn't be worth mentlonln'. 1
.. leaden la Austria and Cxech-Blo- "No dear" said the nnrw,' "thle a Veeyrewn
refuted the sale of I shouted "Teet"' .Whe. I'm a man-" b.PIIlobb1o
vakla Japan he* *) ClM la not Sunday, It la Thurvday,
1 liquor to children, but they till sail She complimented the children upon MIA Fit: TEA GIVE1 rARTIKJ t'OR11iI1TOR.II.. "I'm torry" h* said sadly, and went i after a stormy lnlrvlw with hi.*

I it to children la London, she uid. On their close attentloa and thanked the AT LO1EXAND HOMM.8ue Mir Lula Feagln ef Atlanta prnt back to tilt block father

,. of her concluding comment wa that fifth and sixth trade for their beautiful .**ful from every viewpoint wa the week-end at the Florida Htale The rout day had the lint In his "VTfcat will you dt* asked his.

seven water-drinking workmen can one, which preceded her talk. Mr*. E. C. laveland'i silver tea givenat College vUltlng her sister Nettle The serious manner, t* asked the aem mother."I'll .

do the same work that It take 10 ,,The meeting wa attended by the upper her home In Longvlew Thursday afternoon two special tattle wt In her honorIn Question and the nurse tfirtully raid i stasis my boy after papa-amihi

beer-drinking workmen to do. trade and high, school pupil. for the benefit of the White the dining room Friday evening .
to the tooki "That child Ie I too good hew ril spank hlmt"-Th frogreoalv

Stone Church Her houe-gut. Mrs: rated eighteen. The Dodako entertained for this vivid:' Grocer,

REV. AND MRS. STRADLEY GIVEN I Guy Stewart McCabe save the whql again for her on Saturday, evenIng .

program, except talk on pioneer day with a theatre party Later In vo.usallr

'\ RECEPTION AT CLUB BUILDING by Mr.. Koil and Mr. Dan Roberta the evening Mia Vernon Pike aerveddellcloua .
1)leelasnl and Modrm
I If ivig nargalna ta OonulM I AaUqo Jewelryrhang
Homestead bIle be honored with refreshment of Madwtohet.cake .
-- I VT* hu,. Cell and ExAml'itu '. Ptimond andy
",,"eraloppot1unltl.* to hear Mr*. McCabe and hot chlate.HO"II'O '
f Good fellowship and a splendid program About fl persona were p"nt. I Jewell oc aU Kind
recite and her many friend
contributed much to the tap- There wu biff roaring fire In the mruJlTAUI K
here regret that ah. foant It necessary THE 1q, SHOPUNN
*** everyone Mil {Tucedaynight fireplace and potted plant and flow. TEMP
: pin 'fhat W MTinKSCT
:;. : to toav. Homestead Tudy.Th
\ .. at the .....*.plloa..ly.rf,'tho Iil arkbout'madathe'eiub room* took The girl *r. now taking efficiency" T. I). 1)
eaU at the tea were placed ,
Woman' Club bulldlngrjn boner ot cosy and homellk Icetf preliminary. U tk4*A'unl track .
the a.:J, O. fllradley ant bid popular In the receiving Hue wore Mr. and In the open under tree and a pergola greet which" 11* (o f!* hold In Ill) fire "Lucky" We ddinj Rings

' bride. Mr*. :Joe. Burton and Mr*. J. K, Davla l The guests were served with eeek.. r "f. Mall Onlvn l-ruo iplly At nde4 t.

Mr*. Manley and Mr*. Burton sinned punch upon their arrival and after It* E ......A10. Mn...t. Miami Florida

,'! The following program was givenIt i at the punch bowl and on the serving the program,they aocnt a social hour Our |HI.|._ II cow ..n a MrkOyah Representative *t Allnnll ('t I,. Folders and Information et
under the direction; ot Percy Manley: tvkr About ft women weretnisNtht
committee wore Mn. M. Hlmmon tup < lads. Don't ask furUwnrauk tetvti4 Aba't i Hotel
"' election by an orchestra composedot'Mra *i
Mr. Man I.,, Mn. Mowry and MnnVmler. Mlllng ........
Mrs N. O. Ball
, C. Rogers, ..... and Mn Btradlpy each ------- --.
Mr, Burnbam and the Rev. William
expressed their thank 'aid appreciation 'f'Itlh1F: :rIYb: 'OMEN
Uoach: plan duet by Mr*. Tleltaa. and, '
r| or Xk* warm and cordial( llrHK MKH? ATKI\HO.
Mrt J. D. Redd vocal solo by Mr.
manner In which they hid been rectlved. -, Th Womaa'teCtub of Princeton
R. fed kin*, Mxaphon, solo by the
held lu regular business mooting on
!" Rev; )fro lloch reading by Mr*. K.Seeder NOW ON-OUR GREAT
Mr. Green gave the guests a talk on Tuesday afternoon Following the
Mr, f. Davis
combo by
: songs the citrus problem. "tf. hock presented inert biialnea neon. Mn. Atklnma
and Mr. Burnham, accompanied byMr
Mr. and Mr*. Btradley with a of Miami, a candidate for Judge of the
Barnham comlo eketoh George
beautiful clock th* gift of the Wee uvenil court, mad a. address which
t' Ramon, Jr.; good u professional. Mr. leyaa Sunday school 0...*. While re- rid greattyV'pprclated. Much .up.
S Manley comic songs, Mr. M nl.y,aad
, freehmtnta were" being passed alt. Joined port wai>romled her In her cam
the orcheMra.Th .
selection| by
heartily In singing old southern taigs i '

R.v. Mr. and Mr*. Btradlef were nwlodle Everyone present resolved ThoM attending the meeting were: ,
. arated under a beautiful whit belly It wee worth braving the cold windto
B J. ,
dre K i:, BchraJur. Mn. : Dyal
r covered with flower and green and I get to the recaption. After tbs Mrat'Cbaa Ilendoreon. Mn A. W. Mo.

this was opened quietly and a hower ilnglng of the doxology, the benedMUon -
( Ock.r, Mr*. ... C. Smith Mr. J. S.hsteflow .
, tiY ot'ce poured fourth I wa pronounced by Mr 8lralll..,. Mr Mary Eppenen Mn.haa. .

, :; William, Mn. P. Petersen, Mr*.

FRED CARTER'S WEDDING WAS o. J. Prenevwt. Mr*. Atkinson and

y '. ..I eA, iTABL r TroF aAiN /
"-0)1'1'' CLt'n HRAfMM5A.NCIAL
"j ,, "1(11J --

\\J: Married, at Lake Worth Florida, tyllab wddla', ? nEPOHTH

f .; ". 'We4.....,, March II 1(14, at I p I thought not Well Iii tall y. shoe Memben of the Homestead Woman'

,' m :rrederlok.; Wm, Center and Miss It. When the groonr had reached' i., Club were present with the treaanrer' and Outstanding
rrr: afternoon when Convincing
report last Tuesday
,\ uRklent elate w' domain .! ovale
, Gladys Evelyn: Payne, daughter of Mr hey learned that HIM had been
oenc a woman Malted a piece 01 I
.* B. 1'ayne, at theli netted from the play ")lro. and Mr I
the phony, real low and soft like.
; horn at South Dixie highway ThRen '... after she played, a right .mart Polly Ttckk" and |7f pies ommto-- Values in

&rCher'. A. a T..nt'offlclated. awlHedby bit, a little angel com through tic,, dons on trk.t* tad been netted on Every Department

...tb* Rev. C. K. Whltwenh and Dr wt door into the living room 'n the club' part In the milt FMllvatTh

; Wm. Carter. Mood0 under the arch of evergreen". club voted t* pay another lit

i;: The groom U the tklrd ..,. of Pr '114 about( the Mm I begin to wonder .a Ha building debt.A of This Great Store

and :Mr Wm. i. Carter of this city H that wa the whole show, thproachen < vote of thank wa* extended to

..4.lIu served aa nailing clerk In earn In through tile wratl Mr*. W. R. Crow and Mr*. Julia

th"local" poet office for the hut two door a hoWIn' each other up, 'ca_ Webster and all ebb momben; and

" ..'. ,...... It was a MylUh ...dl..' and It weuld.nt others who assisted. Ia making the

A* JPwarrlbed by "Jixum r : do for one of 'em, to fall down, play a success.yAfter I It
Well, Oeao I heard a* how: rr eA Then oam Robert. J. Carter, a barn Ibis there will b* a roll call j

' Carter had a Yalta ap at take: Worthy ryln' th#, groom alone at'the rat. r .t each meeting of the club* and those 'I Don't Fail to A
'f ttendj
and I jilt dropped' la laud night t* five or *f> tep,* a aid ye see Bea.. whe attend every meeting for three

eee how h* was a ..tU.' en. sauce Iwm'up I couldnt teuat '_ '__ I wen month* will lie put on tk* honor roll'

that way, and R seemed to to sleep twa Map for ike music which mean that thl*, will atlmulat li 1
\ ,. be a Payne that truck him ta the i wa nighty ootVrf. Tb groom. had aa Interest ta better atMndaM.
*. a black suit and a pair ahoea.Then .
to make him a right mart
. right place A.'wiM
The librarian. Mr*, 1. reported
, happy, and she wined W be Jlat aaOlady the west door Opened agin that the book ta the traveling

t r-<, h* wa. and out mow about eight. angel la library are Intend and ready. for use MAIL jcwYoik SALE
When I went la I found about a pain all dreeeed ta white, 'ad "'MpIJt'at. :
,ia.' by, MM. .f.er4r .bllQ. The omponrtenc aDIl
couple a hundred people gathered and .., 'nd heldlnT! |e i rep side out nw *rf wa* autbertaed to ORDERS LASTS

't th*-so_ was M fill that they were ef a rlkbea.Then .' bMolti! the'Jfew. England: moiety for meSSe I

t? kaagla *. the porch. well .. put. Mm the pretty bride alt dIM its,.meeting fee. week 4ft On new PROMPTLY ENTIRE

,:.1 tin' their feet under each ethers up ta white a.......' o* lie r father' member WM ..,.,w. The *eer*> '

hair* to gel 'e.. out o* the way.When arm and a* WM 41"lUte- a gentleman tary.. repent mad publl tilt fet FILLED 2>ept.Store MONTH\

, I asked what It meant they bad orter and after he'd give that th. etch ka double the paidupmemlwnblp .

aid Fred had a Payne la hi* heart bar away k* broke throagk the eJrele M had Jut year

'If' sew aid they was .....' to try the *' brldemal and Joined the nuowposed Mr*. Crow and Mb* Dorothy C...- North Miami, Ave. Corner First St. 'MIABILFLA.1'h .

matrimony cure on him. n4 they wa at tile aaceMen of the ran win b* hi>*ee e at the pert

.ruin' t* hare a tyilh. ....1.*. eoaple, a gettta' married. meeting of the dub: Tneeday. after'MSI. I

Bay, ElM. did y* .ver attend a real The mother of the bride wa greened. I





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Thursday, March 13, 1924
Pane Fourteen =-==_-_-_-: __ ..-_- --__---.-.. __ _-__-__ u--.-.-_-____-,- -- --

C. ar-:=C.=WOULD--- --===: PREPAYS:: f'Oli) \\ (l>)> tut:( :n\\:\ i;: CONTEST: GIANT LEVIATHAN YORK STUCK HARBOR: '\1LJD-F AST IN NEW I


ylL.rwy r I II I

I 41sF+St National Auto Chamber .c r ) h ,,
Suggests Taking Car ,

rf Drunk"

rte oar. whom driver ''wttt I
0' ,lrunll..I, |,ut. human lit, In
''opardy had nit right onrfJrtreOt or 4
111."_,. *ak it away tots Jim.
i .. the pUBlnhmmt to||*".*Ml |.*l> ...
wilt u the 4rlvr. WJ.r iulomoblleduntry ,, :

,,' reontnMtte 4JM* tnuwlty I* i
u,tdltlon to alt olhet*. *>.w .Ppil.bl-,
I when the often** hM !let, "tWod
..tur dw prosaic fI t lan ..-tbo: torn s
luring which tb* ear fa Impounded
iiould wy according toth earl

"um M of the od'ttit'' _
_. ___
Thin olerMion wig.'w4 at'th* --- -- -- ------
? Photon(;:O.u-Wd; World Photo..
nnuRl eonf.renoo'ett btgbW l *K lnrln
,> c at tint UW lv mitx of JoIlI\i- I If..n.'al \.Jto" or I i II" i H rihlppl g itoard's giant Itner the $S. Leilathan u nine wa.

in tip Ororf* M Graham, rf tym** ----- -----p---- being aldrd I 11) a fI".1 of tugs trying to oow-n the hold In which the tavlathau bad
,, appoint tariff planint liMtu rum: w de \V"rlu f huUMkiaator .
Uu newly I
burled I h rr reset "h I 1ah." ,nn utr.end I In the mud In the trVAcherouo Itobliu Rent on
', and! **rt* commit Of. til*, 11"1100 Johmon, having been dcfeatrd In the milking contest byleoretary I
ofimmert the north ehor. off Staten lnln.ii 'n the Now York Bay.
itloual Automobile Chamber d of Agriculture Wallafi, hu decided to get into top notch ,om'
...Ubbt to be beaten la the wood rutting contrat ta which b* challenged -
'Th ottteMubila III.. benefit to
,tnilwtlon- ,"' Mill tit Oraham "It Secretary Wallace after the milking content Photo shows donator Johnson A DEMONSTRATION IN LONDON OF THE VIC-
')>Ult nut be converted( Into mnnact and Benator Lynn 1. rruler of North Dakota, ,practicing wood cutting- In
',Lit the) mull minority of owner*, IMDM Washington. TORY OF THE LABOR PARTY
r per aunt who do nut drive
"iwlilnutely The nun who cannot
"rye carefully her no right on the THE NEW AMERICAN AMBASSADOR
i"Ixhway Rolthfr hiu Ilia...,: Wij ..
Move that finer hit o but, im4l .f.
"Lest go a lllIlItahn"nl, fat ,...11..... eKr
''rh I ir Tin lu.p.nol and revora.
in nt li-onart art moot lore it.
etlte. Jail "t0I1118' a r. bettor r
III'' finally. Ibo tie t{; the 111'11.1)11 -
\\. fthould tit urn )Md only t* thorn

.intuit. UM a car wlaeley and fairly I
.u" fin. call for the! Impounding n ato
I ,1" the offense of retktai. driving
.. Wen proven. W. belle** 'thnt
\I ii' IIIlnlll1I1Iwhoul4 1* at Holt piety k. *
.'ap and that 'the period of impaund
1""iv should b* titUnilaff ttaettfut to'lit
I KflotwwM of the affM. ... r-
"Maan huiMtU ,.dtmtl.tio h I .
oMwn l that 10 pr rant of (DO motor
tr fatalltl resulted front ilrh-lni
tin rant for condition' HtatMk _
HO ihov that about 1ft( per cent
the students followed the drl<- I T, : 1'II..too from Wide World Photo.
--- ,
'10 I a car br Ml Intoxicated pr .
uo. Photo From Wide World Photo. The meeting of th' Uioorite following a.. victory .f the Labor party In England:

Tina meeting wa held at the Royal! Albert Hall. Photo shows. left to right) J Ram
RnIMwa i'htu M'irgal"W. 1 Mr r. Kellog. the now American Ambaiwador In London iota taken up Mi
"' l..11... that our utiiMtoii of ajr MacDonald Mini Margaret Bondfleld, M P.. S, H. Thomas. )I. p. and Robert
dutlo at the American Embamy
'impounding I I. r."II>'e. It wilt Peach gmlll. M. P. on the platform. '
many" minor ort..... for *.hlch Juried I I' oto shows Mr. :Kellog at work at hi* dealt at tile American Embawy

,aw hesitate" to Imp.... jail *' nt, We have not takun till U|>.without JIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII/ IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHiIII/lllllllltlllllllllls iiillIilfitNIIUilIII1iUllllIiliilliiilIIIilllillilI011111i{ ( {{ !{{{ !{{{ / { !{{ {{ { /{ { { {{ {IIIIIIIiiliIIIBillIIIflilllllllNliiilllIilIfillli{{{. ( { ({ {! ( {{ { {I!:! .
awfully ehtckliiK the elite, It =
legal ;
i t part o( polio pmotln to ontlM t.. =

that ir the which public I t. HMd\S'. eoniuntlBO to the htrht'lont) I 1 MATHEWS TRUCK LINE CO. | I aa C

llu taking away murderous _p.nll, :: | aI =

gambling duvluta druiia, *hiohollo : All kinds of freight hauled from :Miami to | We invite
liquor und the vehicles In wliloh! they
net OIDVe\Io W..4..UV% that seen 3 Homestead. ,See us for prices on hauling grapeS | ::
under present law our ugg*.tlon f.legal. *
fruit and Miami |
tomatoes to
II not, w* .haUTM' mm.nd the ,
"..... Lotion by all the IvgUlaturt oft L ALL SOUTH BADE
law which wilt make our ImpoundIng fAMATHEWS I & SAUNDERS |= I ;

pili H poMlbl = '
Thd Industry I* having prepared' a .
ipr,Imrn law, ..i that all thomi whoilanln T1LEPHONE6 5 TO SEE THE
3 E E
t. know what would be u :
= =
proper v"..,tm.nt drawn with regard :Illlilllllllllltllllllllilllilll Itlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllliltllllll/IIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIie
'u th. onitltutloiiBl\ Uiiiltvtlon and

irdctKal *rf","otlvii u, may have I
,'op,. Th* NiUloiial Automobll. The Leader Job Printing Always Pleases
liambff Oommm will bo pl .iwri
to supply iuih ooplon without. cnarg*. ;
How (n IuiMHiiul Cur I v ir.9'ifir 4dt9 9 994 R4 44 +4''' JV63IRi
"Our plan dora not compiU the
,>utal llnhmcnt of maulolpal' pound T. H. MONK Distributor
l-ii. would mean *ptna.. I| might ,
teed In graft It night raise cauMtlon,
if liability In rr.|ir"t la th* condition ,
la which the Impounded oar should
be returned to lie owner, Tht""O

%l *ut >H one of two thing. till N. Ii:. Heraiwl Avenue i 1 1 1L
)J'lretb. car could be Impound MIAMI ItOlUDA ICADILLAC I : .i ; a
hd I la the garage of the owner with :
polio Mai attached Monk wants your motor truck business
eooad-flh oar Could b* ; "
ed. at the DWDOt's tip n.e. yi9teL6fetiBftq iiiiiriiiiiiiiiiimiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii :: .:,11
lilt iar... with polio Malt IIIIPoun4'1.
"la either Ma, the ear -= .... = ,

t>. returned to eerrlo* liatlt! pea I FLORIDA MOTOR TRANSPORTATION co. 51 ':: ON DISPLAY AT THE i''
lies bud remow'"'the _II.'* == = '1 '

Thl plan, a* presented by Mr lit.b\Il TU FLf.IUD.1TY AUTOMOBILE SHOW .' '
Orate, I. ors of the tint plank I { Aid. A.1\I. P V. ".M. P.if.oMlam \f :,,

lit the aalcty platform which i* being ..,_.. $_ ._.....-.011. Titi: ':41011:00: .eu :.0 :OOji33iyirktn NOW BEING HELD AT THE = /' !
...... ,
worked tiol Oat 11.15 :
out by tins trartlo ptk.l Kendal ::::=:::::::::..::::::: lice 0IO1ilO; n. : u. : 1anltelelten.on ;
Dill, and safety DOllllnl'.... The ............._..........._........_ :01 sin flag: tai itt tent 14i0 :
National Automobile Chamber .fC noclrcd..lo ................... ..... ..... it01 ':11 II:" IU "It to:" '
.mm..ra* t* keenly intended In the Peters l'errine..::::..:::.==:::::.:::_:.n. 1:11 gilt: n:: : 1It44 11:00 1:04 1:10:; t:44 0d0;: :m 10t44 10:41Gould. I Dade County Fair h :

reduction of utomobil fatalities and ,_.......... .._ tae .:11 11:11: ants 0:10: ':IIIt:1I, : ,
ecldeata and.l.epr.pared to Work 1\1.,11 Pointw.."_....... .... 1:11 10eI tie/: eel u:tI ':OalltO. '\\I. ..,. 4 E
Pn a:1T 10OT 4:01: ae7 get I1tOTNararlNa .. .. \ =
peratlvly an4l.anrrrmlvely With oietou.=::::=:::::: : Isa1et10 m: 1:10: t:10: 1:101ii10hlodello \ : rfS ; ', vi
every *ranl_UoBi that aim tf .*. ....... ..- 1t610U: t:1I :11 ells t.ii ii:1etlome.tead ,'j/ .. IN MIAMI

oompllaa the acme' Meult .' I'tortda t:1:::: :;:: :;::: :;:: :::: ::::\: ::: I ==

inFLORIDA odeturday and luoday nights only 8ft tI.o p. a. 'lla.BubjeC1 -
without nodose ----
EAST COAST to change .

FlMler VjnUmtrOWClfSfcJB "a AM.a P.M. PM. P.M.

BCHTDCUM Cllr ...___...,,.......,.. 'fU ':0011.' :00 :00 ,S. .
Eon rurtb InfonMttua Sac the ilnmeaoe4.we.h.w: "--._._ Tle: Itl01/t1 1:10 1:10 0:10Medelt. I MIAMI CADILLAC CO. l
Tk"EI'AJrft'l'ItA"OX-" Ag M ... .. .n-.w.--w Till 0:1011:11 till 1:11 0:13Na
ROMS. aojat. :::.:::::_ wile 1:1011:10 1:10 a:1 tine aI
l nloeetew '._.__,_, -... ,.--........... t:1$ 1,111311 0:11 3111 0:11 -- Y
Effective January 1, lilt Mask hln' _..__. "n .:n lIn ta7 n:1T tilt MIAMI, FLA.
aoulde: ..ne....r-....... Till: 0.3111:11 till t:11 tat I
tIOt/TnnotJII'/ ) --- .
"teN .....0.----.... T:4L, 'In 1101 It41 1:41 tilt 0 :
No. M Cuaohm cant Umpcr isle a. m. 111* T:400:1e : "'
till pile :" !
"ntn. _.. == '
___ ... -u----
No.. f UMMM bit. .. II.J Intl '$:te till a
.._..._.._.,-_' : :
KonrnnooxDN fflleneon ,____.4 t:10 sits IltIt 1:11 lea fgIKindel ,
M CVMMe.awl ntorpar I t M Ik, tan .;:::::::::..::::_-.J- 1:00 toOO :0 ;
Na. M Vuncliu .1 lit* kv ''. Lark!. _._..._........ .......... ... a ea tt U t:. lien eea hit LlIlIl11IIIl lllllllUillllilllll .
I. D. I\.4.UNF.n. z NIIUnI .. _,........... ......._ ....... ._.. .:..(UIO 1:1 lit iao : { ({ { { !{ {{ >I111t(18tlltltllllNlt1111tH1llllpii11AI111tlttinlllllllSll( !! { { { !!! { !!{ !!!! nml(( {{ .ra'

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Conceal ,l'eesoegeE Ag***.. ;, '" :,
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March 18,1824 THE HOMESTEAD LEADER Palm Fitt/lerl t''

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THE JUDGE He'Ax-Amines" Old Patriarch -toffi I I


MEJABL R % DUN DR.UVC sr ,r P l Gury b tor HACK F DUN D UV

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flume of the Law a *ympath.tla voloe asked: "How TInc-alt..I.. Fact Worker, BuiPioeher --- '=-- --- --

The Juryman ran breathlmly into your wit." lmml,r.nt (teephone booth at (to new boy)-.JJmmytIn [ WANT ADS -'j// r LEGAL NOTICES_ 1I
the courtroom. "Oh. your honor" Rh*'a all right Why do you'ark,' Flit Island)-"iltllo central .lvtnoe you know the population Of II... I !

..' Aad your daughter," mr nlfe:'K tine.'" WANTED-To Mil Urea cheap for 1N nnrtur COURT. HEVH.MII -
"I'4M1 .
ho exclaimed. '
"It"11 can m*
.'. ," eaan. Ask for" MlobaUiu.and oleo ; JI'lICIAL ciRcirr,
8H all do Whit
right too. Why yqw Orator--!/ feumtwr ple* .lmlnr-"PI..a. mom I don't know DADI( (btlN'rT,
plea*, plea** da! I don know which .
rt the dope on new Ar one
wk 7""Why lmllitLfr.nt--"Wby; : 4f4F'. Ko. I all Itt tbm-.ya .*., Pro only lived nonutAIn :
will dl* flret-ray wit or mjr dauch.r. ; System of Tire. Aleobrook llervlo tuwrery .>.
y*terdy )00-,14 theijidce My third wlfo..coJts. VS her thru week*.*- nx."Jlmpeon .
!.. ." which Station It-tf.
that you did not know would r'rA1NOEORum
Dear mo, theta tad." sold tho die flnt:' ;< S: !'MTour hMbaad Walk WthU claim that b* taught you WANTED-T. clean your arank ease : HERMAN ':

*.. "Certainly\ you are cueed'" Nor do I. That 1* a problem that sloop How dreadful''" lUe-"No' all you knowabout poker "80 I). FRKR. Buy Tn... ell and get the nnoHCH
: Tho next day the juryman wa. met time alone can iolv.,"--Pitt.burs at all. I the In hi. and ooaf'hlm | It appearing by affidavit appended
:.,,1 Qa' put baby arm did and It every coat h full benefit er lubrication. Aloo- to the bill filed In the above uted
!'by one of his fellow Juror, who >n Chronlclt-Telecraph bo never know It."-Hun and fllobo. bad,"-Outer'. Recreation i brook BorUot matlon ...tt. rain that O. r.. Herman the Defendant -
.-.1.-- ar therein' named I* a nnrld .
""nt of the State of Florida, and aid

"'--- ...... ...... ...... wOO Mattress Renovating Defendant ,...hlen..* I* unknown,
'., he that there I I. no person In the Waleof
'" '' -It 1, ( >ld'analtrmi* made mw for a (rifts.Our Florida, the cervlo of a *ubpoonanpnn ,
: .;, ..whom would bind rush Detondantt
nruck will be homestead the
In .and that h* I I. over the age of
that; To id'riof the month. Drop twnty-on* year. It I* therefore ordered .
that sail non.rreldent. J*>fend,
pout card tortX>RlDA MATTRESS ant*... ,and h* I* hereby required Inappe
'A fgt 1IU N. & tint ATOUUO Miami, *''** the Dill of Complaint file
STILL FllSf ERSINGLESIX : In Pall. douse on or before Mandayflho11th
i I'lort4. Thono 1701. day'Of March. A. U 1114 other f
wino the allfmllon of sail' Mil will.
b* tftken a* confessed by call DndII
FOIL kALII: 1nl.;':'>
i to further ordered that order be
FOR BALK-Table, I mattresses, published, once a week. for eight oon

couch bed oil atevo and oven, auto: eoutlvo week. In Th llometedleader
;*inewenaper publl hed In sold
ramp bed. Jam, few dishes, eel of I eo..t'"n4., *:
i : ;: doll'. flir"lt...... Mint b. old ThIS',January Ilth 1114
,, for Monday, March 14) ant be'l on thaVdat, A. R I Ittl*. at Evan ,;?vft\" tit U. F. Moauney.
i ii
: Deputy Clerk
4 ..nchanged d irv Fundamentals iHouV Redland Bond, Homestead, .
i 'R& li-l
.0 \ Complainant
i! j;,
The improvements; which make the new provement in appearance due to the". 't FOR BAI.B: Handsome mahogany !NY oo\1\'I'oP r TilE('(t1Wr! ? tlt'ltCil',
kCATH tit 'IAtltlU.\
w ? bed) single. uaranteed prlng Fins e< |).%I>K: (X>I'MHINf ?
model Packard Single'Six a still finer car fact: that; the artillery type wheels are hair matron. All for twenty dollar nrlBMTATN OK fcUUA II fAt.- J

fundamental of heavier construction. : I .*. Addreai box lit HontMtead 'To 'All!! (,'rodll...,.., I/ncnltwe. Itl.lHlMltr 1-
are not changes. 40 ,, and All I1-r.m. llnvkt. Claims
r ..r iKiiiamlii Against Nail .jM..Jeiand
p -

Perhaps the most striking improvement in' : *A$ in'the \\1 lgbt-EJgh the. battery has J .\,,tB Usr AN at OF b.'Eft--Ford sal'u rh....l. end*x. ,

the Single! S'ixr is the adoption of four been: enclosed in !a. theft'prl C f box and 2I1..n IIdll., son rr'r, .elliofth .a*I r'Lt Of>f )you;ll.,i ma I)>' Hallanl.have avalnet il....***th'S *...' ;
ni n, ,*oan' CallFOR JiuS5f >/*'I* County, HorMn. to thtindenlanxl /
whefTbfakes-- jvhicrfrthejPackard: ,." located. on the running board, where .... I 441.. ''frtlhln '...'yrnn eterutor from the of Mid lets of nlldah'bet.
'11. pub or 'hla nothe. or rims Wilt
was the ( it is access RENT: "*mell |wrM. shed IOIM* ,,0I'b "' .
Straight Eight' \ more lblef '., lead. Florida, J'kb
'0 l' If AndrewPoftl
1', e Cfpoi te if phone etjfif> ruler' .f 114.
Refinements in YRegular1Equipment ) or .>. II A. merest, UJ'OR.'t" JOHN II TOWlCtt:
American : t
first relate JCIlM H, 11iv 1 1T
prominent .1'1'f. .1 ,. t9t. of -
You WI, .tnu in the ,I, J r.X H. iOlJ-Ti i ; .. .Ie..d,
OR *' ': : ,grP, ItO IDItTIC,

car to carry. ,:Thert are alto otvcral important rdineSingle.Six the same bnl' I a-un n.kat| International 11 bore .&dowkl f*=U barrel treoier hot In A ey fur IhecuUtr. ......

menu in regular equipment,including- Tim ( JtTIT n>i'KT (If' TIIW
l eondltloi 'Ior.'d.
liancy in phase of /} mcckanlcallr rno< JJI'VrNTIt: JII>KI\lj Clll-
To insure even greater Ouomcp\l&tonthelNtNmmtbW'd! ; every Oily town I lets CHadc Lana elo"- (""PeT or M4)itin. IN
In. Can UM building material, la \NIt flit 1)AIE:
durability, still longer Tb* UM on the of adjustable rear window! window of Sedan regulators performance; the same /Ii bar, either. mwchanlcal or ocmmnnVtat In COUNTY

and Sedan.Umoiuinea, brilliant beauty. of ,> \ bare you? Edward BUlInf JOHANNA ,, ri i"'J.rl'l:' Complainant
life the new model Florida lily Itoitila. I It
Tk of efficient -Ught term
adoption an -
.top r f-t
for all type*i design and color, whichmake Bradleytractor f'HARLPII( nt't./N l / nefnd Single-Six is provided FOR .AL -Dr"le mower 'tIIUIUI..' PI 111'ICATIOVH
Larger ateerinf wheel j dlik. harrow, carpenter I 'appearing: by affidavit appendedi
with heavier trans this i Packard. > tool, hooMhold furniture, genies Cke bill) of ramplalnt tiled In the
; !
a A more beautiful /Initrwnent board Htlllnf hoy .t i i1 rauor that, Ohtrlee Kulln,
Edward admlnlutratur -
tool eta
the of/all: the 4fifiiti>nl therein named I* a
with walnut finish in
; opinion Florida Clt* Florida. 14tfOH '
missioa. It is ) tin -r lliWnt of I"hiHint
exception'ally I : a't:
Rear trim mirror and wlndihield ;: ow and aatt defendant has
smooth dewier America, the finest'six* .' .,., truck. troniitho<al of Florida more than
quiet and ; flALF -$ 1 ton traffic attty l tlal/IIIT and that the reeldenoo or
An interior tonneau light for all the .)'" "/I M t. o. b. Key W... Fla A ,whereabout ef the Said defmilnnt
cylinder car in **
"jrcnulne berinln. Term It detlred feM goat unknown to the affiant for
in operation. open model*. i riiur* than a pas and there I* no
Toilette world : \|.Mir particular addre r O. Hoi )_. In the Dtate! oC Florida th*
CUM, smoking ctt for 'i.f. Homestead. Fla. wrrltN of a eiibpiivna, spun. whom
encloted car*. would Had the Mid defendant and
Steering has been made \ Hut he U ever the age of twenty-On
l'On RENT It I Ie therefore.Oli.LEREU .
The year!
before. new Single-Six ; that Mid non.rwtdent
even easier than XR KENT-Two room over larajrn b. and ho I I. hereby required to appean ,
"S85 awaits your inspection. Electric lljbl cod running water to lbS bill of complaint! filed In
The steering wheel has f : lit Pkon 44.I. lltfAnywhrro aid- house, on or before, May *th,
,lilt otherwlitt I the *Il.aatlons of MIA
We will gladly send a car I ,.
bill lll be taken a* oonfwd by l
also been enlarged 'iw-Pu '';"1 C? aid dtrfenitunt, e
:;;: you |u In the North you ,
urea to home office IT I* CITHER ORDEItKIJ: that
your or will fear po...!*. tilklng about MUunl this. order J.* published onoo a week
.I t.see-.qw.( ......._...,euk.d Tour frk'tele are interested In the list for litht' onniecutlv week. In th.
You will note an im* for a demonstration.PITcG1JERD. HoniMlea Leader a newipaper' pub.'
tweet of .,.II1cI.. petal than '
Why mot linked In Dad County, Blat* of I lorated -
The Miami Herald for a nwinlh or "''e.
> a( Mlnn Florida thin loth
longer Tlio phtnrro and (moral dar oUnrah, 1161.CI. .
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