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 Material Information
Title: The Homestead leader
Alternate Title: Leader
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: South Dade Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Homestead Fla
Creation Date: August 28, 1924
Publication Date: 1923-
Frequency: daily (except sunday)[<1926>-]
weekly[ former 1923-<1925>]
weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (June 14, 1923)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1931.
General Note: B.E. Archer, editor.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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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: UF00087295:00206
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Succeeded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Leader-enterprise

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'o ; CLUB TAKES UP Homestead 3! Pound Girl Barracuda Catches at TRUCKERS GET Goqfek Oprationa 1 Farmers for Growing Begin JOINT COMMITTEE PLANS PARADE


MATMOFCnt Mouth of Fla. City CanalA OUTSIDE MONEYTOF1NANCECRO Tomato Crops This Year AND SPEECHES FOR OBSERVANCEOF

barraend weighing 11 poun Curtis Los. .*. ..fh.* ........tlel

DEUVERY sled moasurlng a little more than tour *.rmM ot the Gould coveto was In NATIONAL DEFENSE TEST DAY

MAIL and a half feet was caught by Grace Hemoiged, today and stated that the

Parrteh this afternoon when ehe went farmert of the O.lIli.U.a are al- -

To .n a fishing trip t* the hay near Bradley] Returns From Columbia read. \ t>usy getting their eempoet.planting .: Every Civic Organization Will Be Represented in Monster

Committee Appointed the mouth ef tb* Florida CUt Canal, seed bed, and ordering new Demonstration at Three O'tloclSeptember 12
F" Work On Plan To Meet accompanied by her brother ClyParrlah. .. With Loan Plan machineryQeulS o ,
From Harris Motor Co. to School
} for Local Growers Fruit and Growers
Requirements and Mary Bell CooL Vegetable -

Ormo was out at the end of the AseoelaUen, eempteed ef II er tl

, LOWER COST PROPOSED dork fishing when the big fellow was w. M. Bradley returned a few days member. end affiliated with the Citrus 15 OR 20-PIECE BAND WILL FURNISH MUSIC

hooked and she hid t* call t* her ace from Columbia, South' Carotinwhere ftxehtng, has lust Installed, aeoordlag > -

4 Redd Believes Council Will brother to com to her assistance before h* went In the Interest of sad to Mr. Ur. washing ma- Preparations Made in Response to Proclamation Issued

Act If Figures Are It could b* landed succeeded In completing arrangements 'bI,lery end a grading belt tee hand- by Governor Hardee Appealing to Americanismand

)::+ Not Too HighAt A* Onto te but a little more than for, the securing from the !nt rmdlat U the winter tomato- crop In preparation
> Patriotism of Floridians
five feet tall, she ha the distinction Credit Association.. 4. loan fond tee n big aeaMn. Mr. Let sold
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the close ef the entertainment ot having caught a fish almost. as tall of I!n.o"* to assist a group or farmers that .otbUr every member *( the ..,suss

part ef tIM program ef the Luncheon as she Is.Rural In till section In financing their next,' ..asMxinU will Increase his. plantingby Preparation being made for the ob- by City Attorney Brneet Roberta on

Club Wednesday matter of getting I tomato crap. front t* t* It acre over that of ervano *f Nation Oefeae Toot Day Information a* t* our national system
Carriers Will It will be recalled that about year lest of defense and the responsibility ef
year.PLACED .
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city delivery In Homestead was discussed en September 11 by a ventral .aou.Uv. -
Its arrangement were concluded Q each elUsen and **..munlty In con-
br the member. TIlt result Leave at Earlier Dour ommltto composed of *omltt
the Royal Palm Trucker Association eotloa. therewith under the law an
,:. wee a committee appointed by President I DREDGE lIAS BEEN .e. from the Chamber of Com
I* accordance with instructions I and other ......nl..llo'1&... address by th* Rev, Freeman ef Florida
Julian Webster t* _peru. I ", .ret, lob. O. Bully poet of th*
from the department the hour for with the Dad County Citrus "It- City on Amerloanlem and. pa
with the Chamber of Commerce In American Legion, and the HomesteadLuncheon
- the departur ef lilt carriers on both Exchange whereby tie grower "' .... FOR WORK 'otloom. i
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getting action on meeting the requirement Club will how the full poenthtl -
rural route ha been changed from ben could Insure their crop yield to The American.Legion I* asked t*
.t the post office department i it wartlm strength of the Red'
lt0: to I (' ""L the amount of |14..0. per acre. Joer. ippeae In uniform tha committee an.
Dr, :Wm. J. Carter postmaster ef ON LARGO ROAD lan4 District. Every clvlo organise
All person desiring to tend mal Bradley stated that this insurance aounoed.
w Homestead wh asked to explain' doss, every fraternal organisationwithin
, was out en the route should haw the cam feature made the securing of the loan the boundaries of the 4''rlot'' Th* order *t the parade. Nllaaned
what war the necessary step to getcity in the bands of the carrier by'clock. f possible and that the loan fund labo to
I a* follow Folio Department,
wilt be asked to take la
part a mo*
mall delivery, said that four main Overhauling Completed] and
extended M the member of the
American Legion, Civil and Spanishwar
eter parade that will form with Hi
requirements I law are made by th* postal WM. J. CARTER, association taking advantage of the Dredging Will[]Beginat bead by the Harris Motor Co. on South VeUronh, Boy eVouU. Re4 Cress

I Postmaste insurance plan mentioned. Once Krone Avenue and begin marching band, city frlcleU, fire department,

"wi must decide how tar w* want Aooordlnf to Mt Bradley, aseooltlon promptly at I p. M. .high. school. boy. Knight "Templar

" r city delivery first," said the postmaster I High School Students To at Naranja, Gould. Perrtne and An Interesting. eight to many real- Mason*, Order ef the Restern Star;

Second then. must b* ngensrali .1I' Enroll Tuesday Sept 2; Fort Lauderdale are associated with I dent *f this. section Wednesday. was Veteran of the Civil and Bpaalah High school girls Odd Fellow,
War, In addition t th. who
Improved condition of the Entrance Exams the Royal Palm Trucker In the the passing through the street .f the men saw RebekAh. Woodmen of the World
Monday
tot alone the route; third there movement, but the creator part ot big :drag line dredge on Its way tu service during the Great War are eepeolally Knight of Pythian' Knight' of the

mutt be passable roads; and fourth, Jrllgb, school student In Homestead the acreage to be covered by the loan Florida City t* d* the dredging on urged to be lit the parade. Ku Klu* Klan, Women of the K" J

'r we must but street signs at street will .report for enrollment neat Tue*- i fund k In South Dad County, and th* 'Key Largo Road This IntereMwa the committee announce Automobile Klux Klan oltleeii In general !

Intersection and number on the day, according to a statement mad meet of the fund will be need U this not because of anything unusual will be provided for all veterans A good II Or 10-pleo .band from '

h. ...," by Principal L, B! Bennett Wtdne immediate locality. In the appearane ot the big pled of the war between the Mate If they Miami will finish niuelo for the pat,

.,r All ef these requirements would be day. The ninth grad will report a* A* a eubeldary of the association ef m* hlery but rather because It can possibly be preennt. reds and for the l.t.nnIolllO In tha.peakl.

... Badly overcome except the fourth usual with the other grades of the nuking up the unit above and oganlsed ,signified tits early completion of a Plan perfected by the central 011. ... All men who. aaw service

; one. Dr. Carter said. Tb.
, "., bad not had. Urn er money la the Entrance examination or oamlnatlon governing the Federal Reserve flasks, ,ward to by everyone la this territory, for the following line of march I are urged U get In touch with A. I\-

dC? I pest, lit laid, and h* realised how to overcome failure of the pr*- there ha been orraalied la connection ,' The drMiM I* sow *vt th* beginning from Hurls Motor Co north on LJvtngeton, All men who saw service.

difficult It wa* for the council to attend ceding year will be given*next Monday with the Pad County Citrus lub ef the roadway Just over the bridgeat Krom Avenue to Rose Street (tint I. nay erganlaaUon during the World

to everything that i* brought to September 1. Monday morning Exchange a corporation known a. the Florida City pvfllon and. has stretch north ef the grammar eohool War are ale naked tG see Mr. Uv.

Its attention but h* believed that the then will be a meeting of the big the Exchange Agricultural prod done a small amount of dredging, but building thence west to Unec<*t Ingeton. I

time had com* when the city could school faculty Corporation It was through tile corporatlon a. *om* overhauling *f the machinery Avenue (t block). Tilt procession The central eiecutlve'commltt

not afford to delay longer In Ih*nt. School will not begin for the grade that the loan fund was secured we neceoMry this ha been underway will then form a horseshoe around which has In oharg the Defense. Day "i

ter of mall delivery, and b* wondered until September 11.Tb and It will be, administered and the active dredging. will the rear of the grammar school plan I Is a* follewei Chamber of Con. '!

If the Luncheon Club, ai a civic. body meeting ef the local school ,'through the same channel pro$abl, begin again tomorrow. grnd. when the Define ,pay' meroe .Oorden B Thompson, U K.

of representative clUeens could not trustees scheduled for this morning. The director of the Royal Palm The dredge brought her from another speech will be mad.. CantabOronlm Bishop, Landon Carney) American.

take, up the matter and help devise wa postponed to Monday night when Trucker AermclaUon are; Henry part of tilt county I* being operated *, of V B. Infantry" resigned. Legion Mr. Bueeey, O. J. Hackler -

way and mean for getting the per contract both for the oenstructiof Erooker, W. R. Crow, B Z t Crewle. by R T. Bennett and h* will a resident of Florid City will be George Murrayi Luncheon Club -

tal requirement. the Junior High and the repair to i W. B. Flower and W,... *"4\'Clark have associated with him her, Oo\ field,.marshal. H. A. Cameron, C. T. Harper, Henry

Gordon Thompson who 1* president. the Florid City school will b* .... Henry Brooker U prretdemaod'W*z. r-a."", former superintendent of (h* --.f.h.lttM' rphu. for 4he 8rookeP.A I J

$ *(,the. Redlaod. District Chamber of ,Crow' I* vlc*-praeldent No secretary electric light system of Homestead peaking call for a prayer by the Rev National Defense Test Day procl.

Commerce said tha. the Chamber *f mold) pipe dri\pn Into the iurla and manager ha been elected :yet for lit speaking of the Method ef dredging & N. Walk/ for the continued mala station ha been issued by Governor

(..rmiaerco "l.ht menlhi ago hadrea.lsed eauli street Ifiturr-i-t'oi' provided for ,the ensuing yearFEASTER. to b* UNd In the building of the ionano of world peso an address Gary A. Harde ef Florida. It follows

: the necessity for action en I 111' erne at 14 sign The council. --- new road, Mr Bennett Mated that A rilOCMMATIO.VWhereae I

getting mall delivery In Homnt.tsJ he md, had talc', the position thAt h* would probably make two trip the President of the United. Slates has approved a plan It\\!

' but hid met with no tnocess In the It would not have money available for KILLED over the sam route throwing out for n National Defense Demeutratlon./ to be held In connection with the ,.

mater of vetting the street slgni Curb purpose until the next budget Ie the tint time/ the soil, and the second National Defense Tort that U to be conducted throughout the *ontl.nmlal .

""and house numben, even though the nude out. NEAR PRINCETON trip the rock. This method he elates limits of the United Btate on September Itlh, till, and ,

Chamber of Commerce had offered/ to J. D. Redd present county com enable a better construction than Whereas. the DeftnM Test. a* It la to be conducted under the guld.anc .

do the work If the council would get I mlesloner and former member ef thelty where tbs entlr depth I* thrown out and observation of the War Department I Ie Intended t* test the
',"olnnt" of the military marblnery which ions boon and I I.. being setup
the name and numbers.Wr. council ef Homestead said that Victim of Automobile Accident at ODe time,
: under the National Detente Act for the military protection *f the
Thompson said that the latest h* thought t.... Chamber of Commerce Was Grandsonof Those on the job State that (ufflcWntprogree nation and

Chamber of Commerce estimate, boss.ton has not yet. been mad I
< estimate had scared the council on. W. A. Whereas, the purpose of the National Defense Demonetratlon to
King
wo sign n''I.11' two-Inch (Continued on Pace Ten) "enable an opinion to b* formed a* t* be held throughout the country on the dy ef the tent, to deelgnod tG
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L Tenant "Feaster ll-year-old son Vhether enough rock will b* secured more thoroughly acquaint our Itlnenehlp with our present military/ policy,

; N DIAMOND PARK WATER SYSTEM IS of J. T. Fouler and grandson of Mr. from the dredging to complete the with the provisions and requirement of the National. Defenee Aot and

and Mr. W, A. King of Homestead road or whether it will b* necessary the extent of th* obligation which, In time of national emergency. will yr,

;, RUSHED TO COMPLETION AS HAUSMAN was killed at 1:10; o'clock Tuesday tt bring In additional surfacing mat rent upon the stale., the community and the Individual under the *pertlen *-
rial by truck ef this wise federal law; aim t* promote and help to maintain a
morning when the car In which. h*
. MOVES INTO ATTRACTIVE NEW HOMEY WM returning to Miami after visiting A* much depend on the condition wholesome patriotic sense of reeponalblllty/ among the American people
for the nation'. defense;
to b* met with a* the work .
Y Charles Chamberlin at Princeton progress.es TherefoV. I, Gary A. H......., governor of Florida d. call upon the
scans have already been laid Avenue, form the entrance to the overturned Just north of Princeton Mr. Bennett was not willing t* 1 people of Florida, had particularly upon the official of the varlou

". <,: and the work of completing the wf *- Hauaeman horn This porch will be Randolph Dellnikl who WM a companion predict the distance per month likely municipalities throughout the state and upon all alvl and patriotic or.

',ter System for the properties of Dla- floored with attractive tile. of Feaster In the car WM also a. be mad' 'I* the dredging opera- I ganlsattona., whether composed of men or women, aad upon all patriotlaelUion

;i: pouted Park and North Diamond Park Front: the un porch, entrance I Ie pinned underneath the car but managed Ion*. Individually, to co-operate In every practicable way In making a
" t br rushed into to extricate blmaeslf and lueeta of this demonstration to the end that It may serve the hl.hI11111-
being a* rapidly a* possible gained directly the sitting room was
Georgia Men Impressed portant purpose which the government -..k. to ancompluh.Th .
-
;J jby B W. Morris resident managerfor where mention I* at one arrested aly lightly bruleedDellniikl .
moblllaatlon ef all the military force of the I .
Redlan *
District country a ""
With
;y, then properties, In order that the by the hand carved fireplace of art at once attempted to free < sassy and wise precaution la order that It may be determlne4 by actual
Dr. Frank Hausman his companion but finding himself And Homestead VisitL.
residence nuiygr etone The sitting room and the dining on UM'" whether or not tho agencle for defense which w* are attemptingto
\ W. ;;;; ;and; O. Wl Let of Ml up by are affective and dependable. Particularly I It this Important
| when the family move Into it with window and door trimmings oPranlali house and finding .0 ODe at ham Wlllaecooh lno. w* have by not of congress conformed our military/ plan
pent several day la
few day from now tiand-earved dork, Theee went to Princeton for help and r*., to those principle ef defense which are fundamental under the oouMltutlon -0

|p A pumping system with pressure' rooms will b* effectively nt off b, II urned with Charles Chamberlain : relative Homestead this week visiting with. of the United States and which. place the reeponelbllity lor
and friend M,.
f tank I is being installed at the six-Inch a grey stale *i' unique blending and Lawrence Fortune Fetster was, Bummern the safety of the nation upon It* clUwnry.

R drilled some month ago, and The two large bedroom occupying moved from beneath the ear and I* the father of L. W. Bummerlln It seems moot appropriate that the day should have been choeenfop
Jywell I Dr. J. X Smith ot this Jr.. of Homestead" this patriotiC demonstration which t* the slsth annlvermry of the
I" soon a* this work I* completed thelink the south aide ef the house, wherethey city was
t.I"1 Both Mr. Bummertln and Mr LM Rattle *t ilL Mlhltl, the Ant Independent American oRgnelve of the World
phoned for. An
: examination
' 1:;, will be connected with the main secure the full benefit of the *
[ were favorably Impressed with the War. A day eherUhed In. the hearts of all Amerkaia/ale*, M the anniversary -
t "t; **w llouiw Adds Bcnnty southeast bresoes are trimmed in old hat Fmster'i neck wa fractured., and<
I development of this looallty Mid X,. ef the defence of Fort UoHenry and of the birth of the -Star
,sip The first residents to be construrtTd Ivory and are to be furnished. with the Dr Smith declared that death was Spangled Banner
b Lee took advantage of the opportunity
*'H,. In North Diamond Park, but pro family mahogany brought from the Instantaneous.Mr I afforded by his visit 14 make Major General Bhanke, the tI.m".dl"I..neral.' the Fourth Corp
pbeUo of a. 'completed developmenl Huasman home at Tuecalooaa, Ala. Delinskl said that Just before: some area, V B. Army, has la n communication from which I beers the honor
laveatm.n". It I ti
l l that will add Immeasurably to the Convenience a* well U beauty has the accident, h* noticed that the car understood thai to quote given the following outline of the general. plan for the lest
.
i Mr. Bum merlin I 10
M beauty and charm of Homestead theiausman been fully consulted In the planningof was too near the side of the road considering a return ittoblllcatlon of our military force, and the patriot Defense Demontratlon .

v,:# hoses at Liege Highway. this Dome-u IB evidenced by the I.and called his companion' attention trip when he also may became by the tltl.en* of the country;

? and Morris Avenue .la now nearing roomy elonet with their copper wire and that almost Immediately the oar interested In a financial way In this "On September llth, 1114, It a (late hour In the afternoon It isproposed
,I' section. to have In each community where there I is established a
completion It will b* Dr overturned them
occupied by ventilating device, and by the cplen. .
o an" neath. National Guard er a* Organised. a..... Organisation, a National D*>
Mr! Hauseman, and their two did built-in. Mature that add valuable I
lalMIoliday Will Be fens test The object of this lest; l.enable us to NO how Ih* mchnlan
. Observed Labor for our national defense would work In actual operation It la the ef.
n summer vcatlon In northern AlaKbama. a turn was Day
attempted too quickly and
A storage room;
fort of a fro country to provide In advaow for its own safety, This test
' The kluhen ha* been specially Wired he rear right wheel., which was found Because ef-the plane under. way will afford an opportunity for each community t* give evidence of It* pat

*4 Of adobe< finish In popuUr Spanish for electrical cooking apparatus. with every spoke gone I* though for the observance .( National Defense riotism. It I* to be entirely local, entirely voluntary and without expense.to

-eolorlni-, with roof ef Cuban the. een- including' rang and unless. cooker. I* bare given way at this paru.allU'I the government The defense test ho a two-fold object) Tlret, to enable
Day September If
I on no pro.gram
i i ,turlec old, the exterior of the residence. While not .tart, it would b* hard to time and caused the ear to overt ura. n* to see whether any change or modification In exlutlng plan areneeeeeaiT
ef a public salami ha been arranged -
,<,.rsate strikingly: attractive picture find a kitchen better arranged from An ambulance. of the King tTndir. deelrable._. Its second and mooed Important object I is to keep
for Labor pay next Monday,
*J Al effective background for the law the standpoint of convenience and taking Company e.anut down from Miami atlv the national spirit ef patriotism which above> all oleo( ,wa* our,
Weed grdn I* given by a etttlng of cheerful lighting. and took the body to their fan*. ..d the only general observance will principal asset during the last great war, and will enable. everyotiejjii

ffitvoeade and citrus trees en the rear I Calling forth ....... enthusiasm from rl perlerimhere It will walt funeral lit In the nature ef a half-holiday for lean lilt place nad poelllon la the defense,of the oountry, should our [j r
the afternoon.Tb seeurlty b* threatened America can never be beaten so long n* tile
*t tho tot and en the adjoining lolL ktrs. HsMrnao:, who already spends arrangement Jeram T. Feeeter.
', ,', luncheon of the Credit A eo- spirit of patriotism' Is maintained throughout our Ie.,. Tile. defense
, HDerder* of! palm about the property I much Of her tin at the new father of tilt young nun, WM spend- .
t elation echeduled for next Monda. teet will be *ucoe In exact proportion a* our people tend<< their in*
WjltH[ orotone and other plant wllliit'v place costing: tier plant and shrubs" hug' his Vucetlon at Indian Spring has bees postponed, *n "_.| of floene and their aid t* It." ">,

Uf tropical atmosphere, while I I Into quick growthwas the open air a& the time ef the tragedy. H* wasreaobed too half.holiday, to Monday, September The office of the Adjutant General ef the stale ef Florid I is charged.

3 4 formal garden ef old fashioned I Ijtshrubs 'breakfast room which oho pointed by telephone" and began his I, when (| will be held at the Semi with the responsibility of Indicating the practical means by which civic

r and phiat sunk a* lilac use out a* a special feature of the plan. return at once. sole Caf commercial and patriotic organisation and municipal tfricals, nay me d

i"' brUal wreath, will occupy the. gardenat Electrical: fixture of hammeredIron Trsvnt Feaster wa only stoat It operate lit carrying out tie plan of the government for proper National

i, too north aide of the nous*. Tk* I have been ordered for the Ms. r roan old but wets already eetlv I* stead are the grandparent ef Tree Defense Demonstration and to that end will give all necessary .

lawn k to bo nodded at *no* to the porch, the Bring room, act the dining Ulo best**** world. having bees sue- ant Feaster, and Mr:Cheater Sounder lafrmU, advice and aseUtanc Ccf local eommlttee! ;

j I *.*"Uful Japanese carpet grace, which oero.Jt ,costal M a real estate ..-.." He I* 1il* auntBeaUe .'W Whew my> hand and th* great seal of the state of Florida, five 1
at the City of TMIahas, en thl* th* fifth day cf Aegvat. ..' the yea.
Kfc.. taW U be nnexcrd a* a lawnvfe'V w understood that hat rooently trees promoted to nuiuer his father, Mr, Fcnstar! I*
ef ear Lard, one thousand nine hundred and twenty-fear, ,
',SMpn9M. ef ae:;$ttr* ... ef in*' karkdnU. lavectneatmpssy survived by three (tetere ?Mr*. JoeJlto.c.rr. BT the ge>vernr. attest :*.r# 'TU .
OIh".J
t, A' -..nclaM4 son poftll. faelagiut re bring ttntnplated Jr. Jeanett and Addle L** CLAT eRA WFOn Signed) CART A HARDES 4

.* the elghty-rtet wide Morrl1:-fam..... Perk Mr. nad Mrs. W; A. JC1.. ef Bene-I' Feaster and .a. ....c.r, Thoraces. Secretary ef Itat Governor ef FIori....

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Alice O 'Dennis aad (toterMr viaH .to Oesri.. from wfetoh he were avJMaaj wh** Howl. da**** UM ahoanoo ot ..... sad !'roes IrfI trip abroad to now at Kamn- Mr. aad __ A. D. Peg** lit '

., T .A CMMM tad ... Tommyr Mr. sad .(.. Form aM ....1171 he ton. JoI,.. Dta** ..... HMiHd to their ton lie *, Va.I rae* are proud of tOM, aw bafer

penAIOB. tits MNMMV M JBngf *- mind btw UM iMWtoa hMMweotv tut Mr*. her .>.*. tjKamwty ot .*.to 11-. km .......... I I 1LIas Maivmrot Roberto hi vMtto girl who arrived toot rXdftftMn.

Hue MMM. ..... Mfc. ., OM4 fey, .iiluan.ll b> her Moss Ia MtoaMVHday Mr. and ,... P. Keg aavd UnarWMama her ........... ..... B. Pita Itei.I C. A. Chamber was tO]>pta|

Dr. .. > UOaRo .; ......I .. AM l totwfco baa .hart ..bMlBMiadvM iiir 1 oWl wlt ) Mr. aM Mm. of fwM awmtJBW .** thaBrockot I jln MUmtMr In Miami. .........

W AIM R. w ... ..... toOaarrta to auoatodCbla 05000 W.. M. O*****. >.... Fr1o y. *..... .....t.Ia. sad Ml.*. Oeorf '1'. OejM. *pot Mr. and Mr*. W. L.ChMMwr mendl

..=.... r ... ... 4M wo k,,";MM Mfafion. frbtwd* .............., .*.. ., Mr. a dMM. ft taw 4nM Witt .iJ4 ... Mffl W. P. toot ?weds, .... WoXwoelay la HI- MMJr n,o Oa111a 0I thore A.Sw..
Itgtlt4Y ..-.w c.......... with horMro Iea '.,& bdagp lotainid Mew, """J. The. HH.c..fti.* u.. naai ea bo0we. .. r0ap.

Mr. Md *M. O. a. Brow sod' H. T. Mil and ..... Madtfl ,,F...,...1 5111,14e BK brim trip HHi .hi FlerM Ctty ...........,. I The Helping Hand Society to re- Harmon Ortor to oreeOng a newbunajatow

(Mil*. Me* *1. and ..... C H. Lwen -j Mill ae.ompasd.d br tat nttcoa AWma -1 VVod., '. Mr. aid ..... J. A. Bavory' bar 'noanlnt' two ,.,....*. ",** Uk a'wkwnaa south of Pr "alf', ** tbs
motorid to Miami Moll .....,. ) >*nl erttvala at the HomoatoadMe aad "....111' for the Hea .
Mao aad ... I**, motor4 returpod Mont Ulainl I P Mb when I' homo of W. C. CampbeL
Mr. and ar.... A. r HUroh. of Miami ..l are: O. D. Taytor ami U T. r 'then.Tboee will bo preiiented in a
down from Mtaml to visit skit .later.Mr tnwy .peat tbotr acaMlm.'Thep an Mr.' and Mra J. O. MeBwoaoey and
sprat Buitdajr will Mr sod MM. O Tartar of ",,- _. Fkv. C M. Corey I .. f aad In Homeotoadat
*. Addle Hill. the ...or ..* of :Mr. and Mr* Mtomt Bopcoaaber their
Jam ln.toj. M. & Btount of Al- daaghton ar* petd home In
R. Draws f thin oky.tanta ** *. later dal..
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w. w. B* *ry today.Mr. a '
MoOnrry. a form** MhttH 1. n Clap to boMdlM a tearroomhose .toMa, Oa, H. U boa of Cape ...11I.. i loft a tow daya. (sMr.
.........., ro/arsod Ut week 10 nnt on MIller MrootMn. Jolla x.arol ly, and J.O. Martin. ot ..,- sad ..... a. M. Oodwm. and .. Julia Topper pent Monday
from Atlanta to VMM hto mother, lira.O R. U Moss' sad Mia tolMooor .. aLI ehlldraa Mr. and Mr*. J. W. Cave I SILVER PALMT with Mr. J. II. Benson e
rotarnod TiModty from at > : and bab). RoaaJd, and Mn. B. P.
It. Brown.Mr. Mr, L. O. Smith ependlBg a tow
loaded oWl In Coral Oablo. Vann and *MMrn. .n ot The Farm Life high athool will
.ad MM. man Hart* and I FLORIDA CITYMr. II day In Miami with bar nloco, Mre. W. .. C
tewned III" IWroihy Tower spent the 1 "o pent Wednoodty with Mr. )1.1,1 pen Friday. August II. for ..,latl'll'
daughter, coma, Saturday D. BeiunaRik. y
wwk-ond at Ivpltor.D. J. a Cave lion with the following teachers In
After vWrtmr. relative. I* North CareMu and Mr* V. 0. Rohror .r Miami Mr. and Mra. A. H. Howard and
F. Johnioa waa In UtUa Mvor III... Dower* and children of Miami charge: W. C. Fomo, Naahvtlt. ,
far' ft month. ara making a abort visit with
daughter Mto Von, have returned
Monday. tleach wore th* (Met* of Mr'.aadMra Tenn.i ..... W. C Foroee Naahvllla.Teaa. I
Mr. and MM WtWam Strfektoadad Mr.' Rohror paroat Mr. and Mr*. front ft vtolt t* their. old borne .
I Henry DuOoU wns a visitor la J. ft Cave Tunday.Tba .: Mia Wlllodln Meteor Cordele.Oa4 near
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MR sad Mm Harry Cooper Joha Rohror. Mr. Rohror to workingfor Daisies Oa.lllre. .
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"fond t* Miami Buaday.Mr Homestead Mbaday. the Oarlaad Baking Co. la Miami. Re,.. O. M. and Mn. rr- Mia* Oortrudo William. Florida. :
I J. A. Bovcry will open Burton'i man returned t* Florida City Monday The grammar school will bogie : R. It. Graham will entertain '
sod Mr, a M Edward. Mr.' M... Rohrer foct *rly .Kim' Mlial
sod Mrs. A. L. Prow** and Mr.' aadMr Oboe Shop agate soot Tuoaday. Mr.Bovory Lee Mitchell' will alas .tolt her' _e r.Mm after a three-month tour ot Friday. Brptembor t(. Tha l.wb..1 the Tuesday Afternoon Club thisweek.
haa boo on a twv-wooka vaoatloa several north-weetern ala,... Time are MUM Ellle Wliltworth. Florida .
A. W. Feml Deb-ay ipem Jim Vaan of 110_ .....,
Ik. _k.... .l Miami Beach Mr*. la Miami Beach. W,. and firs L. t AMrlca and Freeman wont by rail to Chicago I I )I ra. H. a VI..I.... Oould.. F\&.: Jolla Th. Woman' Club of Princeton will -?
Ferret to a (liter of Mr, Browne whoh I CoL aad Mr*. Nockoldi art oxpoetod children who haw boon; staying at when they '.rell.... ft ear and motored .I I Lassie Jan Bander La...... .......; meet on Tuesday afternoon at three

o .* boo. vunlng her for tile peatweek. homo Batorday. 'MI., haw bees May- Miami Basalt .....t tbs week, .ond at to Bo.th Dakota lo visit their Mln, Kathryn HarrUon. Florldai, Mr*. o'clock la the club boue. Thto will
Inc al too 0... Reach. la Fort Laodor- children. alas wont to Telhtw- 'wier Hair New Meitoo Min' Ruth be the first club meeting ainc the t

J. B PltU vtolted In HemaateedBuaday I.... for a month.. their M...homo. O. W.on Hill Palm west. Avoau t. Lob Worth .ton* :-t Lake City and Den- Inr. I Udwoll LIe a... v..: Mla Lola ummer vacation ot two month. SI

Ho brought with, him some Mr. and Mr... Loo Rodnoy of Ooor- Monday for a few day*. A. they returned they vtaltedfrieada Whltaker. North Carollaaj X... W.
friend who loft for Key W... on Its arrived In Homestead this. _.. and relatlvf In Kaaaaa and P. Bpnyborry Acworth. Oa. I GOULDS
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J. M. Pvllon and baby. Roy. I
the 004 'clock train. Thry oapoct to bosoms porma.olrooldcnta. won Joined by their eon Harold, who 'I'It. R... and Mr*. T. W. Whltworth
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vloltod frtenda In Rodland lua" ,.
HIM Lillian Milto, who bM been accompanied them kome. On the returned Saturday from Indian Preatoa H. Lo and hto family returned i
Mr W. 1 Clark 01 Homoatoad Will Rhodes and two children Jerk. entire trip they toured through ale
wan
vlIUn relative la Georgia,, arrived Spring, Chu, wher* they hare beanattending this week from Buwane
Aom. Monday.Mr. takoa to tbo root Gradual Hospital sad Ulllaa. spent Sunday with lit.Rhodes' teen Mate
the camp meeting.
Springs. Flft, where they bad pent
Had Mr*. a a W avr have ... Monday nornlng for an apDoadletttooporatlon. parents Mr and Mrs. E. J, A. D. Clinton who baa been critically Mia' Smote Whltworth returnedMonday two month

turned from Kdloon, Oa. Mra. E. B. Mr. Cork reports that boa Rhodoa.Tba III .to Improving. M,, U A. from Miami I 1
accompanied by Mfr sad Mra. M, a. Parker rotura.od .
Sheppard aeeempanled' thorn.Mr toadlUon to Improving MtoMa Lillian and Elinor Kllngapoat Qabl to lbs cures In eharle.Ilm. HIM Kortcna Whltworth, MUM. Vivian Tueoday. Mr. Parker had boon UArkanaaa
., Ollbort Totter W Miami waa visitor Tuesday with Miss Maher Rob- .
J. a. Btradtoy be* returned a Cave returned to his homo 1>011.1. sad Mlaa One Marlow. Miss. buala.
In the Backing **, and
from Atlanta, (S.. when oho ... la Homestead III"..'. .,.... In Miami.Mn. Sunday after a week1 visit In MiamL! Lille Whltworth will return home BaU
Mr* Parker bad been suiting InBanford.
beea vtelllng relative. Word ha ..... toeol4 front :Mr*. C. J. Blroud of Little River ,
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a" ", I .
Fla .. .. Parker who bM
at.... Ivan Mooor and little laugh A i. Campbell.' daufhtor MU returned to her' homo Sunday after I I REDLAND I
I Mr*. Barrow of Sanford to vWtlrgbar boon 111 was taken to the Poet Qraduat .
t.r, ttarjorlo, have been vMUng la Mildred that they ore havlni an *a a ,__Ita rut at tho homo of Mr. .
daughter Mrs. K, H. 0.110118.1 Hoavltal In Homontoad and yeotorday
Homestead for th* put week >>gable volt la Wad..bore, N. C Thy aad Mr* W. R Dlion. A. H. Opfor and ion, Arnold, who
this _k. underwent .. .
Vim. a,... Maaley I* !hack from Miami upoct U kdt In several ether North Mr. and Mrs Joseph RaaUd, Mr.' an working la Miam/.pent Sunday In aha operation.Mr
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Beech whore Carolina town bet_ they rotam.Mr. Charles A. Coi and family art movIng > .. W. H. Caaley cad children,
ho has .boss *1- and Mr. 1:. J. Rhodes and X .. MaeBchwollwr Ro4Iat1d.
Ingwith' friend. and. Mr. A. Dora, were visitor. reads a ,,,lOIn_ trip t* Ml* Carrie Schumacher earn down Into the old Uadgren homeoteadthto Alleea sad Billta. returned Tueoday

C It Bigger rocaraod Friday from In Miami Batvrdy. Vlaml Thursday and VWted la Co- from Miami to< visit bar parent. Mr. week. tram Ahvlll' N. aMr.

a vlalt with bli frlondo and rolatiroo The Rev Dr. and Mn. O. P. Jaekon <. oonnl Grove In tha ."" ,.oon. and Mr.. M. P. Bcbumacher over Bun- W.... W.: W. Cunningham and .on*. and Mr*. N. M. Webber and

al. Jif orldla.. Mia have .....,n.. from their vacation Mr. and ...... Oocaf' Balder cf Alia WVIle Maurice, 01.".. and Dan returned their daughter Dorto, returaod .bat

M.... MollU Thomas and ehlldrea la Miami ..oacIII" -. penal were the Sunday dlnntr guoetaf day.Mr.. Markley of Miami was ft caller but week from an ....."... week from an attended motor trip.

Herman. Ted and Evelyn returned "*. R. H. Mania hor ona, Kelly Mr. and Mr*. i. M. Kllng. la Rodland Sunday sfteraoon.Mr. trip through tha mountain of T nnae They Halted their. eon, Haywood, In

Monday morning from Waaehula aad Mahmmh her daufhttr, Marlon :Mr. and .. ". J. B. Thomai are .. J. W. Campbell and Mini Bead and North Carolina. Philadelphia and other relative la

Fla, where they had boon vtolUngrelative and Oartoad Fonhav.arrlvod Saturday planning lo .tart on a tour of tho and Eull Campbell were caller at I Mr. and ..... W. C. Fond and West "....41.. Mfr Doris to ptontot

*. from Alabama. Th"r.,. frt...nd> of state lundo). They will v!all a few too homo of Mr.' and Mr. R. E. Cave* daughten of NaakvUle, Tenn. arrived at the First Baptist Church.
Herbert Lamb arrlvod Friday from Mr*. 1. H. Harnoa. Maleomb, Marti. day In Jacksonville with Mr In Romevtead Sunday. I thtoweek.. About twenty-five men and women,
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ra... Oa and Garland ..,.11.", oipoct t* return Thomao* relaUroa, In Whit Springs Mrs. Frank Berneckor and daughter I Miss Wlllodln Mclver returned member of the Flat Bap.... Church

Mr, and Mr*. David Bare** moved to Alahiama In about two weeks, but the former homo of ..,. Thomas, and Ml** Martha, who bars boon vtmlt- (hto week front ft vacation pent In pent Tuesday afternoon getting the

.last week to Miami, where Mr. Barao Mr.. Mkrtln, Kolly sad Marlon oipMtlo In other plaooa .r Intereot log In Hendenonvlllo, N. O. havereturned I her borne In Cordele, Oa.J. church yard ready for acarlfrlng tad

M* aooopttd a pooltloa. maka tbolr homo ..,., Friends of Mr. and Mm Ru-.lt of ] ""horn I I. Whltworth district ovaagoltot planting to carpet graaa Tha women

",. Grady Lasher ., tll... city will A. J. Drew, has pirrehwwd tho meter BrracuM. N. T. are expecting their Mra. Caroline Schumacher who ha. for the U. J:. Church South rotoraed were a real aaet for they not only
tno. to Miami .. ..... Uoitnl B. from RoowollBauddrro raked graaa and pulled weed but ale ,
>pt m Mr 1 to take return to their winter hoses her next bees ruling\ her aon. Charles la HI I Monday aooonrpaalod by J to little eon, '
a portion u the offloa .f Dr. A, W. who bought 1.0& lon( week. aleck returned homo Monday.J. Tho..... Mr. Whltworth will help served wonderfally good lmondoaad

Kolmld. ell, health 0Tto.r( of Miami., ago from Charh. Clinton. James Baker of ilomeotcad ha 'PII,- M. Bauer and son, John, pent the R... J. O. Btradloy In a meeting fried ehlckwv. Then everyone ;
4 .11. .Uvlnaito and O. P. Wrbrht. Mr. and ...... Bartlett Arnold ofVoro phased the Crook hoiwo on Tenth BLaad Sunday at the Florida City Canal finn beginning. Sunday moraine In Home enjoyed a aoclal' hour

the newly appointed loach of .....- and M1 Charlotte Norrto of win ocoupy It tho ftrat of tho I.... ..tend.L .
collar. wont to Miami. U attend a Fort Metros. were "MIa of John liar* month.Mr Mr*. Packer motored to Lemon City

.,"U.. of the county orhool board rw ear the hut _k..".. and )Ira. J. H. Dtson aid .... Saturday to vat her' 'daughter ...... II IIwro. Mrs. J. R. Chambliss
'h.....,. Fred Saber' hat rolvrntd to hto da- W.lIOa. of the Florida City Hotel r*. w... Peter [I PRINCETON

Tho Junior' Kpworth Uacuo will be ties aa k.*por 01 tOo Rod room of turned 1111.01.,. Th. Otiona apenl Mr*. Lena Woodbury and family announces the opening ,
ottortalnnd the It.... thr moot et tho la I'alrrt.lcI Fl Miami : George Walker .. Miami spent
by J. O. BlradIry the Ilarrui Motor Co. after ft odara > .1111I. % ,were visitors Saturday
.. at Miami. Doaoh Thvroday.Mla vacation oijoyod at homo.J. but the .boat flee week were apuit la A. V. Phillip who to working at the week-end with Mr.' Walker'.. of theGEORGIA

Oraoa Cobb of Miami la .18tto E.: MeClvnf. manager of the\ motoring through Georgia, where th* port office In Miami WM ft visitor mother Mr. Mary Walker at her

tag ..... Loubo ... the week :tlomnotoad Grocery C*. will return they, visited la various eltlea They to Redlaad Bunday home Rock Haven. HOUSE :

Mi*. and III.... Grady r.ea..e.. too tint of noit week from Crate she. Mopped In Tampa Dado City.... : Mr. and Mr*. '':,nest Sharp who ar. Mr. and Mra E. 1. Dial an eipeoted for the winter

pooled by Mtao Rita, pitch motored to 1 Healing Spr reps, M. C, whore be baa Palmetto ..,. Plron became III and i pending the summer In Miami homo this week after three season

Miami .bat Tuooday shot. boon for the pool three w, *.k* on aooonat the. retarded their return. I vtolton In 1\.1... Monday. month pent In Georgia sad Carolina. Sunday, August 31

Mr. and Mr.. W. O. Bryant aadlooo. of all ...''th. H. writes that Mr.' and Ji... Ban Raybara, who Word boa been received from ""I, Edward: Mill boa corns back from

"' Lads roturaod Sunday from a ho to fully rco rod front tho 111,,_ were In chart of the Florida City I Van Winkle that he bas ... Cape Bible to live her* again.
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MANY In Prim ,.t I Walm lAd.. in ,IxnulunIn I t""I1. the ennn.ruary uI hi. "t:.,hand ,,' :\ .......'h..nIt.nw( Naap..nlre altNow ...,t ".... t,'''I''nl t ..t .0n.1.1..all, /., A'-
FREEMASONRY OBSERVES ISISP'eedrlich : .I will b* ,lovtnittr' nmcinbrrvdf Jvnwjt. "'h,> Ikd on that JU mI I-ntO., Cram hi* fraMrnal brwhrvnIhrooghiMM
th* Croat l. .the Beat! i hint that k* wan a damn end *arnMM TIT. H* wa made a Mason in tao- IN nation
ANNIVERSARIES NOT ABL AND tanwiii Maoen o( (K 'rn hlnloryIn MOBOB wise dM wt halta. to protalm do. In 1TM and ... far a* U known Water Amtt ooanwtlon with the
tin IHn esetury frvMBiaMnry wuflourishing I' kM m.oaarohl* at all approprtto !. to th., .rll..al Mauler Rosen reatd.ntI. M***..l.. .'..,..-( i. rnm kord o* tko
HEROES IN MONTH OF AUGUST {In Europe but there were I time and IIIOM, ShHBn will m-f14ao c l.ih. fcu MHh)a>_ 110....* bore toIWI
n" ooonllDatloB or aardlatloa. at not forget' how ko atlMWd with there (to* Of O* MOM ramovN H*.a.' .
the yarto.-- lador the an- ta lbs BIBHI.m.ktar oa Pmarr.Bhd. ".....* I* the wtiard of tajMaNaoa.
Washington Famwrut, Napoleon Bonaparte. Lafayette, tkarttjr of lt*d_riek th* O.eat Ik. Avenue dortac tk* sine. o.a..nntnW .''l,,,nhor ttarkajik. wkM rnttHttrl -_ -- toad
Oven with
th a man soul a*
Pra ktat Harding and Burbank Are Maaona Who III hH tee la HI.
Anolai and Asootd des eee of tko seareel .BpwtBM..lB wWk tmM Md now.OM .
Are Remembered During This Month. lIoott.... MM ww established aad.M Rfbighis 5otNpm terget bus .haeeO.Is kavo gtvoB bin aa kMatoMhMialropBtatlo who MOW t* hlBMrif bag anN, "I
segues/ sad .... vondor. M ttory Peeve _.M b* In.
In aaM. the use of the **.M* kMNdaft tfitg .age aad pkMod. Mw ra die
road t*Mm Kal..hM ....... LIt this prapoeuttant"t.r .
Twaplar of
of Hotly .
atca
the horaldl fireboat
whisk ot
=VIA* NR r ottahral sang I.U- MUM I. oomMMar t) a of wa *ratrr* gmlojia.Luther r
JF aaarranarl hi AMW*. minorw the BatU of OrtokMr. tMM,.M ta ... M!* bow aM to the dMIaott *r.*olo wood, a tow hour bode.. h* |Minl Bvrbaak boB. a Mao*. In
lellalMg .,... m.* %* bow kaal at Pear I'"T the *uaf.* sad Wodlpttb < leottMi Rte rr*.Buuory. watmatad awayrroridaBt ABU lta Ledge H*. IT la OaMforala .
.!.oe' iskttg the eoww _/0&44..t war 1 b..pe.taeuiaf ( .. the Mwty trimalHd order Hardh. >. ...* ral4 a August II. ,till sat althonfh
,ahd'tthiiEritm.. \ '.. W' tttli I aid 4raW,loUO ire fcaowa ,a eve rjr a< a ala of coral| rooorattlo and aproval .. Master Maao In''........* Lodt* No. k* dtt! *ot kfrtfUt* with the frhtartklty
that dat* that ..Mm* MuoatoMMBtloa school Iaor. Th tone that .... MMltT rndarlrk tko ttwat wa H. oa Awnot II. I.... H* roeMmdtk IItIIM law la life k* to makttf at IBIntarmrt
.ta Au.-iut Upoa| t.w;JN: *> pert Btaawtx warn soarran : mad a Ma<.. I* AbMtow Ud|*. eegnees of thenatNe Hit and 'HIM) approcNttlon for the long
data la 1111 tbs tether of .hhUiMK W 'dd ar 0a.,.. Nicholas H..k.1 B...ikwrt, August ... Tit.. and tw* had bn elected to seethe the Thirty dtatafayott.
_fry wu rained' a stases Maw* -I. UPOL wha wa* a member *f \It. rajhrlftki years. Mr k* win avtd Ik. Neater third Degree by the PHprcmo 0.... Lstsyetee
flwdorfclwbarf. Lodes. :'tV:|(.| rrJrlclubnrr Ii>dN.. I of ............. MT el this. d. 4Napedr' H!! j t 411.1| In* Northern J rMMMaUnktp arrived la Nw Tork .*
:. VIry II.. TyIlearj.t.e yiar* .. \cnrl. '"ttwklmr dyed a te J : i. ltnneperee again tk *n.U.t with the A..w. II, 1H4. for the Bin-poo ofmaklag
h. b* an4 |.U"farVi 111...."..X m.r. tft< hailMj ton. the w....fi a 'itle j B"Mrarr *". th.* Mrt%*( odwn., *. Au w'\ II ..* a MamBta lobe ot the Bltd
.).1.ua4rla LJ*.. Wi*' AM... Lodes Nee. lia WUuaadriy. ( 1 Greens aaothtraral till, will ooijBa fy ro..* 'k. aoclatetiftrovorvMi foatkaa l het'''iotoaW Ge11arnari fcp several Greed bodice
1 k.attbanJ.-I:
1'teglnle. Waahtaqta I waft t.ri.et.. "; 'v r warn ftonmntaf th* rvlaUoif
ale. Masonic aoMMlaUOM. Ml .1t e AttcaA. T, ltli" H* wa ft member Mapotaoai. to rr*..B..."11'. M*.TUiWwarU r+.
j kU, Isnt lifvf&r.. !near P"bJ arw/ of a.1,.... la Rhode Z.lutd sad Muonl kltrin state HMtaaraat ,, i CHAS.MURRAYConsulting
may some
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F !!' woe h Wwon!"!ntpl inj"lstt","band his N.;;'less w*. mad. a Mama at Malta Lad nataBraat may BO.
.4feuet
an through this, J\4hyti.e. III !lll$ although U w claimed. ky Km were on fror EncinctrI non
4 I Adtitrtiealler.e.t J" U nk.' 'a....... sh'{ ethers that the roeonlo ire oomvwhatunoortaln.
Conine dw to lbs day o( the : EYwr Amerlcaa tpatrtot 'wkthrMwoq II There I) abundant ..vI.d' RECTOR'S CAFE I ')lol't. BttlMtntH
flvtl War, Avfiut I will be the a*. or sot obouU::e7 "'bua.h. IP '4ea, kowovar. that Napoleon. Md .*.**.. FU.' 01-
.,.....,., of tbs 11111 of Mobil pay memory of George Oaaalar. tbs his'Canprwa JoMphtna watt dltpoMdt laoarporated -,
.tho mwtiklr tin AsWral b* ort Ikleedly toward the ,.......-
|n Pier 1M4. famoa Bnittah vtaMomaa who died
t al.,.. .,. I mtta d that. I th 40 East Sewerage Water ....5>tr Hot
1 I' r.n itvfij) command M UrJ.loa Avfiut txlflT. r t 4 e1Ng ha lIMa kbt Flagler Street a Day
} fleet ot SI w od.B VMO |* and gales th* orodlt ot consoling the poUKral > arty y an ot th* tint .*Mvr. ..r... \, Tev.t Drainage
i fj IroaoUtf tMMllortr.! ; atutkwl' the dactrla which l wa* oaunMatd h* was an arnt advocate ot those MIAMI VLOAIOA .. An Emersonan In your
I Jw* .umi ,font' Port Morf*ft seA i by Pr'eddeel =4ad kaan ,l' IIaI"l.. .f justice. troth (led krothrho office will make every tun
V.rt Gate*., that guarded the .otrane. his. name.. ,Canalac we, a totutaatn .d for which Ftoonamanr ka m.r day !likea balmy day
.i to Mobil Bay, rail through the okan. *..r Of th* Holy AIUain an alll. always. .t.*d. A* h* scaled the dlnyheight In Mq. The mult Ie more
,eel which tad been ptaatod with ants of aboolutM' monarch aid th* [ a< power sad 1rf these ., mental energy freater
torp04. Mules and *n rtf+* and 4. Vatloaa In .,,..,,.. to the riatntUd prlDciipl retired lato the bach roud bustles tflkranqr.Emirna : .
it"rod the Co.f.<.r... Stavaf 't oro* .f republloanUm. Caning Mrvodotic and the demoerat. wa* traaatarorad ,.. ton ar* Made k al '
t tour _I,. luM TkU was tk* epos the chanellori of Bares t* lbs tyrant- little wonder that Homestead GarageAUTHORIZED lypbotk.. atolioaary sad
?_l**'wk*. h* .a... ittorsaoi If that ,B* P.""*r of Greet Britain whatever wmoiatlon ho had with the .. ..: Abave /
:the OMlamatlotu. "D- the'torp.. wa khlnd" the broelatnaUo* ot th* Craft IB kl* young manhood *h.*..ldhV threespeeds
Ir dm*! 0* ahead Adnlisl 1iavta Amerleas prMtdrat TM forthright *hanc-d t* tadirtrBo In the sold
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O rarrt\it wo_ m II.... and bed position of the ItritMl" prim mnMr stir jroan.t Peer lceleryThe
burial Mrvlc was eonduotod br the prevented a* attack _pea the young .eeeldrsll )teeing ..--..
:Uamnl Mr al ................ New.7lan.pahlre. 4-.., serer the OM*. Lord HO'> .h..e m1.
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I keg from the bloodthlrnt ,
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Iced declared that Canalnc *ka* the p3 Emersee ht.ae
2 Th following day. August, I, Ma- thirst locteal' InUlloct In Burop" ; warrior emperor to the cntt* EXIDE SERVICE STATION Ie ..... Ie
K' .enl* .*", .rI.. will rot......' t. Rvo> Oon Canning' wa mad a Mean 'spirited _rr.. f1. ardllt'. August seined basdesms .lelA

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Mln Allen O Dennla and sister. visit In Ooorite.Mr fuses whleh bo we euirertm' when HM daring th* a..**... of Mr. and. 1 I..... hi* trip abroad tt now at Hampton Mr. and Mrs A> O. ***!* of Na- '

tin. T ..4. Collins, and ran .,...,. i I and ..... ITorrel and Matty' h. ..... Mr. Dtion ban returned to their Head, Va. raaja ar* proud ft their new baby *,
an upending. the cummer at KvaaK .1 _Wad Into the lwleo holes rant Mr*. Ja.|r- Heed, femorly of this home In Homeetead.Jr. I WM Margaret Robert I III Whiting girl who arrived IMt Friday.Mra. .

<'Hn. Haaon. Kv ......, CM** week.ABO. I fifty, returned to her hone In Miami and )(n. P. King and three 'his. grandnMttar, Mm B. Ftupatrtck.fta C. A. Chamber wa* chopping!

Dr. Jolla Bunt her raturet*a tie theist W.*. ha heea \'IoIt..1 Friday tffttr a vlatt with Mr MM ..... child*** *f *WO ma.fJnt+ oM M tb. Miami. to MlaAl,FM. ..,. .
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Washington p. C. error M auto trip: MUv* 'to O* ra la euoetod home W. ... Cshraa. I Bracket: Hen*** Flrtd,ty. attar rMUng Mr. end JIn. Gs. age T. Oaks .P*. Mr. aid W... W. L.Cka olaberw moved

to Toronto ..*4a, H* MPH 4.... this t7** .H*... erlnfiewo Mt4 Rata MavaDooald. .... of Mr. aa*: W.W' 'f w. P.anebckTobGM I last Tuesday ...,W........ la 7.i1'1emt in (Mr -n hasp tiAAlt of.Prlaceton
Itvttral wealbef condition. wI.tta..... ' Mrs ,. A Mia hld. retHMd JoIMo1) ... f.O low, oa buotaea o. art, .'' J.

Mr. and Mr.. O H Brow* and Mr. H T. Hill and Mia Madeline .day f OM a t..day* builne trip to In Florida Otty permanently.Mr. I I Th* helping Hand Stwtety. I* rtb..III >I Harmon Crier I* erecting a new

famU M4. Mr. and Mr.. C. H. fcaw- Hilt aooomoanfcid by their nieces, AN Key WOM.lleeetit I and Mr*. J. A. Bevary have two play*..***. "J. Like .1 bungalow south "'"f Princeton\ wear the
eon IIII&ON4 to Miami Beach Mnday.Mr. ma Mae and Blo. Loa motored arrival M the Homestead returned front Miami B*% h Where I wbmaa" .*d< "Sewing for the home of W. C. Oampbalt
and Mr: *. A. F B roh of Miami, ...., Hotel are: O. D. Taylor and L. T. tft In ;
down from Miami to null their y spent their v <*tlo Thy are tken. Thee will be presented I
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Mir. O. Taylor of Surtow. Kla., M Mr and Mrs. J. O. MeSwecney ...tttII.lr
with mad Mrs Q. Corley
pent Realty I tfr. Addle Hill the aimer *Si.st. M Mr. and Mr. Miami September and In Homestead I.1at
R. Brow of this olty.Harrl Jam* Ueinee. 10. a Bloat of Atlanta / I. daughter! are expected homo la
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I. D. Clapp I* building' a f rot'OCItn W. W. Seetry today.Mr a I.t.11.
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M 0wt>y, a form, aeldcot Oa,, H. U Low of Cape dI.. ) a fw daysMr.
to rent on Miller tltPSet.Sire. and I'dra. O. M. Godwin and
.I Homestead, r**..r.*d lait wk house MM M4M uI..*a.t. O. Martin of Miami. Julia Topper spent Monday
!! R. 1. Moer. and Mia LAB! blMnw. Mr airy< Mrs.. J. W. CavMand I SILVER PALM l'
from Atlanta *. r"H M* mottwr Mr. with Mr*. J. H Benoa.
Moser returned Tuesday from. it .a- baby, Boaald, and 101.... S. P. '
O R. Brow.*. I Mrs L. C. Smith 4. pending. a few
: ,tended vteit In Coral Qable. Vaan-and children, all ol Miami, The Farm Llfo high. school will
Mr. an daughter tams PNirrned Saturday Mir fxerothy; Tower pnt the pent Wedneeday with Mr. and Mrs open Friday, August II, for r.letra-1 D. BexumlthMr. .

after visiting rotative la North Carolina weekend at Jnplter. r Mr. and Mrs. V. O. Rohrer of Miami J. S Caves.Mrs tion with the following teacher In and Mr. K.
for a month.M n. F. Johneon. wa In Uttt flits are making a short Wish with Dow.re and children of Miami charge: W. C. Force, Nuhvllle, Mir Vera A. have Howard returned udd.u..ht.r

*. and Mr. WI1II m Strickland Monday. Mr. Itohrer' parent. Mr. and Mr. Beach were the guests of Mr.and Tenn.l; Mr. W. C. Tories, N..h"III..1
" Henry DuDol wa a visitor latlaniet Mm J. a Cave Towday.Th Tenn MlM Wlllodtn Mclver. Cordcl. from a visit to their old home near
and Mr.. Mil. Mr. Harrr Cooper motored John Rohrer. Mr. Rohrer I* working : 'I .
Ga.Mr. ,
to Miami Bundtjr.Wr. .ad Monday for the Garland Baking Coo la Miami. Rev. O. M, and Mr. Free. Ga.j Mia Gertrude Williams Florida. Folkston. f.f

. and Mr. R. M. Edward, Mr. J. X livery will open Burton'. ..n. Rohrer, formerly ,MlM Minnie man returned t* Florida City Monday The grammar shoot ..lll begin R. 1C. Graham will nUrtatn 1
Shoo Shop again ant TUSedaY. Mr.Bevery the Tuesday Afternoon. Club thl .
and Mrs. A. L. Drown and Mr. and Lee Mitchell, will aleo visit her alUr. after a three-month tour ot Friday September tl. The tachereare. r.
. Mr*. A. W r.rrel of IMIray spool Jia boon on 4 __. vacation Mrs. Jim Vann of Homestead.M several north-western itat*. Th : Miss Ellis Whtt,'orth, Florida; week. :

the w*k-nd at Miami Il-aoh. )I..*. In Miami neach. and Mr*. L. q. Aldrich and. Frman went by rail to Chicago *. H. C. Vihlen Ooulda Fla.l W** The Woman'. Club of Princeton wilt
r rr.I U a liter of Mr. Brown wh Col. and Mr*. Nockold arc expected children who have been laying at where they purchased & ear and motored III. Jan an4..... Lavergne, T.nD,1 meet on Tuesday afternoon at three

... bees visiting. / her far tb* pt home Saturday. They hat been tay- Miami Beach pent the weekend at to South Dakota to visit their .. Kathryn Harrison, Florida Wre. o'clock In the club hours This will J
week. log at Lo Olaa Beach In Fort Lauderdale their horn en Palm Avenue:. children. They also went to Yellowstone Fowler Halre, N.w Me&tco' Min Ruth be the first club meeting. line thesummer

J. a Flit vUlt.d In Homesteadfunday. for a month. Mr. O. VT. Hill went to Lake Worth Park, Salt Lake City and Den Udwelt Lick Run, Vi. Ills Lola Vacation of two month*. .

Its brought with him isms Mr. and Mr. Lea Rodney of Oeortla Monday for a few day ver. A* they returned they visited Whitaker. North Carolina) Mr*. W.

friend* who tent for Key Wait on arrived In Homestead this week. friend* and relative la Manses and P. 8praybrry, Acworth, Oa.Th I GOULDS J
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Mrs. J M. Pullen and baby Roy,
tea/ OliO o'clock) train. They aspect to booms permanent visited friend In Rcdland Sunday.Will were Joined by their son, Harold, who ne.n... Mr. T. W. Whttworthreturned
Kim Lillian Mill. who ba boca reeldente.Mr. accompanied them home.. On the {
Saturday from I ad Ian Preston H. Lea and his family returned -
visiting ,latlv.. la Georgia, arrived .*. W. J. Clark of Homestead wa Rhodes and two children Jack entire trip they toured through 'lateen Spring. OHL. when they have been this week from Buwanee
hems taken to the Poet Graduate hospital and Ulllfcn, pent Sunday with Mr.Rhode. elates.
Monday.Mr. attending the camp meeting. Fla where had
.' spring they spent
and Mr*, a a Weaver bar* r*. Monday moraine for an appendlcltl parent Mr. and Mr* E. J. A. D. Clinton who ba bees trill- Mia Elnora Whltworth returned two month

turned from Edison, Gas II.... J:. B. operation. Mr. Clark report that her Rhode rally 111 I* Improving. Mr. L. A. from Miami
Monday aooompanlad by .
1&. and Mr, M. B. Parker return.ed
condition I Improvlnff. The Miami Ulllaa and Elinor Kling
Sheppard accompanied them Gable I* the nun la. eharg
Mle Hortene Whltworth MlM VivianIxlg.to
Mrs J. a. Btradley bras returned Gilbert Telfer ot Miami' was a visitor spent Tuesday with Miss Mabel. Rob. Elmer Cave returned to his home and Mir Orac I'dr.rlow. HIM Tuesday Mr, Parker had been laArkanea
In the packing business and
from Atlanta On., where ih* ba* In Homestead Sunday ertsoB>> In Miami. Sunday after a week' visit In :NI.I LIU Whltworth will return home Sat
Mr Parker had been vlsltdngm!
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been Mailing relative*. Word ha been received from Mr*. Mr.*. C. t. Btroud of Llttl. River .
Mrs.. Ivan Honor and A. *. Campbell and daughter, Mia' returned to her how Sunday after I REDLANDA. I urday.Mrt. Sanford, Fla. Mr. Parker who ha
L Baro of San' ford I visiting been 111 taken
. ear. wa to the Poet Oradu.
Mildred that they havingan
are enJryable a __ visit at the lime of Mr.
bee daughter, Mr' E, 1(. Oallaher, r at. HooplUI la Homestead and yesterlty .
Homestead for the pant week whit In Wadeiboro N. C They and Mr*. W. R. Dlxon.Mr H. Opfer and son Arnold who
Mia Gras Maoley I I. back from Ml. expect t. vlilt In '..ver' other North and Mrs Joseph Ruetad, Mr. are working In Miami spent Sunday In this week. sty underwent an operation.Mr .

ami Beach where. ah* II.. been visiting Carolina town before they return and Mr* II, J. Rhode and M.... Ma Redland Charle. A. Cox and family are moving W. H. Cauley and children.Alleea .

with friend. Mr. and 'Mr*. A. Doyle were .Ito". SchwtlUer made a bu lnM trip to MlM' Carrie Schumacher cam. down Into the old Llndgren homestead and BlUl. returned Tuesday

O R. Bigger returned Friday' from In Miami Saturday. Miami Thursday and visited/ In Co. from Miami to visit her parent Mr. this week.Mr from A.hevlllo N. a

a visit with bid friend and relative Tb* Rev Dr. and Mr*. O. P. Jack oonut Grove I* th. afternoon and Mrs. H. P. Schumacher over Sun *. W.: W. Cunningham and ton. Mr. and Mr*, N. M. Webber and

at Meridian Ml.**. on havo returned from their vacation Mi and Mr.*. Qatar Snldar of Alia- day. Wb'1I.. Maurloe, Glenn and Dan, returned their daughter, Dorl. returned Poet

Mrs Molllo Thomas and children, In Miami _h.Mr r pattah were the Sunday dinner guestsof Mr. Markley of Miami was a callerIn last week from an Mtended week from an. extended motor trip.

Herman. Ted and Kvelyn. returned *. R. H. Martin. her ion*. Kelly Mr. and Mr*, t. X, Kiln*. Redland Sunday afternoon. trip through the mountain of Tennessee They Halted their eon, Baywood, In

Monday morning from Wauchula, and Maleomb, her daughter, Marlon, ...... and Mr*. J. B. Thorn are Mrs. J. W. Campbell and MlM BeMle and North Carolina. Philadelphia and other relative In

Flat when they had been visiting and Garland Fornhaw arrived Saturday planning to .tart on a tour of the and Eulle Campbell were caller at JoI,. and Mrs W. C. Forts and West Florida. MlM Doris I* pianistat

relative, from Alabama. They are friend of Oats Sunday They will visit a few the horn of Mr. and Mr*. R. E. Cavei daughter of Nubvlll, Tenn, arrived the First Baptist Church.
HM-berl tamb arrived Friday from Mr.. J. K. name Maleomb' Martin day In Jacksonville with Mr. In Homeetead Sunday. thl* week About twenty-five moo and women

1'..., Oa.Mr and Garland Forehaw expect to return Thomas' relative, In Whit Spring Mrs Frank Bernecker and daughter Mir' Wlllodln Mclver returned member of the First Baptist Church,

and Mr. David Barn* moved to Alabama In about two week, but the farmer home ot Mr. Thomas, and Mist Martha, who have. been visiting thl week from a.' vacation ,pent In pent Tuesday afternoon getting the ,
tent week to Miami, where Mr. Dame Mr*. Martin, Kelly and Marion expect In other place! ot interest In Henderconvlll,"N. C, hare her homo ,In Cordele, Oa. church yard ready for scarifying and

bee accepted a poeltlon.Mr to make their hem bare Friend of Mr. and Mrs Russell of returned "home ,, J. I. Whltworth, district evangelist planting carpet...... Th* women .
.. Grady Lanier' of this city will A. J. Drew ba purchased the motor Syracuse. V. T., are expecting their Mrs. Carolina Schumacher who has for the M. E. Church South returned were t real asset for they not only "
move. to Miami September 1 to take boat Bonnie B. from Roswell return to their winter horn her nut been visiting her eon Charles, In HIaleah Monday raked grass and pulled weed but also
accompanied bytis little son
* position in the office of Or. A. W.: Saunders who bought It not long week.Jame. returned horn Monday.J. Thorn.. Mr. Whltworth will help nerved wonderfully good lemonade 1
Zlebold, city health officer from Charles Clinton. Baker of Homestead ha. and fried chicken. Then t i
of Miami. ago purchased M. Bauer and son, John, spent' th. Rev. J. O. Stradley In a meeting everyone
9 .K. tlvlngston and t). P. Wright ),fr. and Mr.. Bartlett Arnold of th. Crook house on Tenth 8t Sunday' at the Florida City Canal fishIng. beginning Sunday morning ID Homo. enjoyed a oocl hour
the newly appointed teacher of ages Vero and M"Ue Charlotte Norris of and will occupy It the first of the ..tead.II r

culture, went to Miami to attend a Fort Plereo were guest of John Harrl month. Mr*. Backer motored to Lemon City
meeting the county school board ever the last week-end. )lr. and Mr. J. H. Dines and eon Saturday to visit her daughter Mrs
Mrs. J. R. Chambliss
Tnpedsy.Th Fred Buber ha* returned to his du. Walton, of the Florida City Hotel\ returned Wm Peter. I II PRINCETON \

Junior Kpworth .....11. will be tie aa keeper et the toik room, of Sunday. The lons spent Mr*. Lena Woodbury and family announces the opening I
ntwaln.d by the n.,. J. Q. Btrad- tbs Herri Motor Co. after a threoder most ot th* summer In Fairfield, Fla.. were Miami visitors Saturday, Mr* George Walker Of Miami pent

Icy at Miami Beech Thnreday.Mia *. vacation, enjoyed at horn but the last five week* were spent In A. V. Phillip who U working at th. _k-eod with Mr.' Walker'* of theGEORGIA ,

draco Cobb of Miami I* vtalt- i. K. MeClvnc. manager of the motoring through Georgia, where the poet office U Miami was a visitorIn mother, MY. Mary' Walker at her '
lag MlM Louts Conner this week. Homtetead Grocer Co: will return they visited In various chin. They Rdlnd Sunday.Mr. home. Rock Haven. IIOUSE J jfor

Mr. and Mr*. Grady gaoler aooom the tint .t next week from Craig elso Mopped In Tampa Dad City and and Mr. Ernest Sharp who are )lr. and Mrs 1:. '. Dyal aN expected seaSon
the winter
ranted by :Mia Rita Fitch motored to Healing Spring, K. C, when ha has Palmetto Mr. Dixon became 111 and pending! the summer la Miami won horn* this week after three

Miami lent Tuesday night. been for the part three week on &0- thl retarded their return. visitor In Redlsnd Monday month pent In Georgia and Carolina. Sunday August 31 1'
Mr. and Mrs W. O. Bryant and oount of hi. health. H* write that N,. and Mr*. Sam Rayburn. who Word ba been received from Lionel I I Edward: Milt' ha coma back from ,

nl' HM. Loin, returned Sunday from a I ho I. fully recovered from the Ulnee won In charge of the Florida City Van Winkle! that he ha* returned Cap Sable to live her again.
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: NEW TEMPLE IS QUEBEC LIQUOR SYSTEM REFUTES i

DR BUTLERS ARGUMENT( AGAINST I<
HOME OF TWO Iii
A PROHIBITION IN THE UNITED STATES


SCIENCE BODIES A super'bright .Idea has occurred--to-principle. of the low are govafmaawMmonef I REDUCED PRICES :

Nicholas Murray Batter president at .ly, astute prohibition of. tnc
Beautiful Structure Houses Columbia University Hatto*don bin ......., the Mated paakag and ez- ,,
Exhibits Unsurpassed wont to destroy the ooaMevo .r oluatoa .* all aroflta. It to applicableto fI"j
In the prahltttoa law, hfto "
people .
the United Btat** The wolarlyolleg
in Nation's Capital ebllstd to oftar some tubatttvU.H president either Motived. hi* .i
WaahlagUn, D. C. Au|. ft (8oottlk -' think h* has Mad l I...-or at least Information from prejudiced sources FOR SATURADY ONLY r

Rite Newt Bureau).-'Th. National so all'lrlQ-tll tile Qoeba ayatem of or I. deliberately Whitewashing/ the ,;
Aoadcmy .f Science. and lbs ro..m.llt"I Well a4mlnMred > condition In Quebec, for the tory ,
National Becearea Council hav* moved fr*. from politic, and potltloalfavorlllun that people living In Quebe and
Into tbs wonderful new Tempi of ," which ha consider wouldbe lnvotlgator from the United 8<*ts.
IIoI.noo which stands opposite, ht an Ideal solutloa *f lbs problem, tell ta quit -VarUnce wit' a hto $35.00 electric fans . . . . . .$30.00 :
magnificent Lincoln Memorial en the Then to little danger that the learned statement On prominent cltUenof

Bpeedway Overlooking th. Potomac .......-. suggestion will be acted Montreal nay that tile only difference $12.00 electric fans . . . . . . JO.OO I
Iuver.r tone for hi" vote' t* Quite drownedby between the Quebe "tavern1 .
The structure to beautiful ta It the protests and warning that and the bid "saloon" Of --barroom1
?f wax U any tov rnmnt a* building, and* Como rolling la from resident *( the I 10 that customers sit down to table $7.50water coolers . . . . . . 6.00

houses exhibit: lurpaaeed by DOM In province of Quebec led other) government to drink, rather than stand up at a
the'Nation' Capital. controlled provinces. Listen to bar and drink, Intoxicating bow $39.50 refrigerators . . . . .", . 35.fr. )
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la till the Carnegie Corporation rather than whiskey, although It I*

of Nw York gave the organisation tnal. well known that It to difficult to get $55.00 refrigerators : . . . . 50.00
11,000,000 for a suitable building Of mously, saying: tbs latter. la short the Increased

thli, (1.110,000 wa used to reet the Iwo regard It as a patriotic duty, facllltl drinking offered have by the governmentfor about increased $95.50 Red Star range . . . . 90.00
Structure, the mt being retained Man to sake It known that the drug,rat brought -
4 endowment fund. Tha sits wane Ho n..rI"IM'I'e a* never before consumption of liquors, and
purchased with 1111,000 subscribed by and I* on th* Increase bootlegging increased consumption ha Inevitably $2.25 copper kettles . . . . ._. 1.50
more" than a soon of donors nourish In and from this province resulted In Increased drunkenness.Dr. '

" Th academy, wtioM charter wee a* never before, ilrunkeanea. I It on Butler will loafs to think up $32.50 electric cooker . . . . ... f. 28.00 : :1\
granted by Confrea and signed by HM Increase and the Qnrbee system semo other substitute for the Elgbteenth .
, ? Abraham Lincoln In till. ban about of government cunlrol I* socially tae Amendment, or find some way' $40.00 fireless cooker 32.50 S :
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100 member notable In all branches lurloua and not a 'U4.\_" to silence the vociferous objections ,
o( mathematical, physical and blolo. "I have always been against. the to the Quebec extern that are making
gloat sciences.Th saloon" Insists Ur Cutler "Under the thcnuelve plainly heard aoron $1,50 aluminum ware . . .. ., ek;:-. *' .95
National.Research Council wu Quebec law then are no saloon Th the Canadlaa border.-Union Signal

afterward continued'at the request $5.00 leather puttee'leggings( .' ',,**;;, M ,...>. .., 4.00
01 Woodrow Wilson It ha ITS numbers by lbs. use of formaldehyde Beware till backbiter, On tb*'other .

almost all of whom ar* aoml- H* gives the following a. a method hand never{turn your back on on*. EK. $15512-gauge smokeless;:shells(,box ,*::*. .,. V.X:( )
bated by national aooletie* and appointed *t application "Pulvtrla the .
by the president of the aoa You never tell. Patleno I. a
demy, at present Dr. A. A Mlchaebwaof toll to a depth of about ten Inch.. can Ptoae* do not ask for the above prior on any other day enrept' Saturday. and
and then level down, leaving the bid virtue, provided It Isn't pure l&IIne.Ex. .*. '
Chicago University The president pl<- bear In mind IbM the abmw artictaa must be paid for wines dctlverrd. t
with a smooth surface. Use one gal .
of the academy alio nominate the
Ion of formaldehyde to fifty gallons ,
government representatives, who are
,/ 'of water Apply this solution to the
their appointed by the president of Better enjoy yourself a* you go

chairman the cnlted of State the council The' I It honorary George get seed J a bed uniform with distribution a sprinkler,using so as the to along--you can't store up lbs Ingredient WATCH' THIS SPACE FOR SATURDAY SPECIALS {

diluted formaldehyd solution at the of a good time.-E*.
Ellery Hale, who more than anyone ,
rate of one-half gallon to etch
else planned the new building.
square" toot of seed bed surfao. Immediately I In the humanitarian' world about
fiTEIULIZK UX.U 'I1ED8 after the treatment the .bed the only person left who can 'Indulgea
FOB MAXOftU KCTUISIS" should be covered with sack or canvas I sharp tongue to a traffic POllOI W. D. BORNE CO.
for a period of forty-eight hours.Seed
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Some very destructive diseases en. should not be planted for at,
ter such plant a. tomato, cabbag east ten days after the covering U your: county agent or writ to the
eggplant, pepper, aCO. from the soil removed. Florida Experiment Station Gaines
of the seed bed.
.For further Information call on ville. '
The young plant may appear Buy it in Homestead
healthy and be transferred Into the lIIIIIIIIIIIIAlIIlllilillllilllllllllllllIIIliIiIIIIIIIIII 11II1II IRIlU '
field, but they fill not product the !
expected yield and will serve a* a : 111111I11I11I11I1111I11I11
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may also attack the tender = I' ==
succulent plant In th* teed bed and .' '', 5

If conditions art favorable destroy ,q f
so many that not enough strong
healthy plant will be raised for field th

traniplantlng Il _
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lsing eed bed, and the one that I* I SELL YOUR MONEY II oo -
applicable to the most conditions, o
according to J. ft. Springer, entomologist ,>:'
and pathologist of the Florida AS WELL AS YOUR CROPS I "

Agricultural Extension Division, I* "
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21 ]924 .f
Thursday August
Page Four THE HOMESTEAD LEADER 1M

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II a smell p.rc< ntn.e of any rep.trauoau
(.nhcnormnnt In the value of propertywill iI....................... be forced ,
THE HOMESTEAD LEADER that Germany may
result in low mil..... being Me. I i! : Horticulture Livestock :
NEEDLES to pay repars'nnfl' are to BnglsndMllotly Agriculture ,
BOJdM'ltAJ> ). n.oam A jury ,

-- n'T';;'';;;; M-'''-- Attracting new people here. bringIng within .lIuel.TDe UoeearCIAkLUBOAIIM. > londurj: they When Adapted to Dade County's Needs I
1. ..... I ( nr. and "Itrlam-Wh..t
SOUTH DAMiPtnUSBINC, COMPANY In Induotriee, should not IM lft to
....... ........ need and think they muot bare \0prov.nt
C-.I IMvonkrIIIHtlHHIIIIHHWHIllllllll ; this column>
will b answered In
llJU Ill I. .**.M PmUestWT a few. but ehould be ahared by allpanting disaster, te first. reparaUoai (Quistloa I 1
UACt tin fawMiaiMAIM owoiea .. .
Kraurr-lMsN to prevent financial eollapo; isoood, By J. B KAINEY County Agricultural Anent i
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UaCMKMUJ '
THE *WO $SEI'P$
In this connection till BradoatownUlraM 1
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mbjHgevttea
MftMMIICL AaCIM ;:u......__smw I Dr. Oanby in the tint auarbar ot avcurlly to prevent pessIM o!,
L *""*** ***M>? jir! ears: .by Oeraaay; and. third .the rootoratlon Stuns of Bud artooUon In the next year There wa no advantage
": "| M The Sales. of this itat that are r The Saturday Revafe aJW that O* ,1, named by Mtoetia ooed potato from. j
tei M4a'-U.. MT>...I*. ll]r llLMffflw Bernard Bhaw ha written fete ....' e( normal trade with Oormajeyo Imprownnm* at Crops
>. H_.....(..., .... tai A ..! HOT. _. dll"OCfJldoIt, are there whtekar .I.dram, "IMM Joao," to portray hln..' tale third point she ears ahnostaotklitt (Continued from but week) j the results tram using seed from low t

Subscription rato\ 110 a .year greaWet MfcM M eetf .i a tne, ... i"...*George" at all ,eo unseat are the tint ""we"BOW appear to be la a ort when all were squally free from dtoas .

...... .,..'Ift"1.II.: "Rf+ 4 p....... .t Rfitrot. > paradoaleal aitvatlon. W* And by or.xY : ;'.
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moot otIn ...._:: ., o\t' fragile thing J two.t. O.ftWIJ"-Wbat else want twit chard r.oorde It appear from Inference. therefore -

TOO lAADKU'i; CREED the past two rear. Dra4oato, byfmoai iMplrod bf "voteeo".1: oho, lgnorl >| that some tree
ot yield ot
that th dlfferono
and ,
f all to money to restore colvonoy
W* believe In Homestead M4 ot l nenelb ieal.i4'4. *< tautloa- *rrat,. x ,' i (all propagatedby fruit beconsidered
Individual tree nay proparly
Pad county aid public lubeerlptton, has advertlevo lured tVa... aid orewned. her kmt), promote Industry; second, abolitionPenh 'cA budding) produce result of
to be largely the
W* bellev In It* roeeate futur, But aatigkty chard and Income.. M ontrol of her b..1.114111 good profitable -
.l Itatlt to an extent" never before
approached drills\ from the same eons.
Mil lIe potentialities.W mat.*. '-, trie* la tile Ruhr and third the re- yearafter producing
by this. eonunvnlty There crop
belter. la IU citrus fruit IB Who ',.... or .....lIatloa of reparations. constant environmental dlfforeacw, ."-
have been return. that are evldoat.Th MW their pewere usurped aa4spurned year. wall .
dustry, IU avocado Inductor Ita .; The third matter she keep In the Unprofitable orchard tree. are located : ,
effect of publicity work' ta c oH-; other tree* In the '
Hah ,,&eI. land IU eastprairie adult of her mind by measuring the crop from -
Arreeled tried, condemned-the* orchard
mulatlvo. Thus advertleementt i a m o
tomato ten*. IU ......t.mn. placed burned 4, Tho banker* Pint, second and each tree for three or four .oc.e.Ive
continue to give
_. plot tend Md IU qualification this this year but will next bring return and the not only Joao. d'''''*. la after dan, to paint i 1 last ""batlie,. want te economic .*- low yt'.,.. There to a method by whisk
.. a regular PramlMdUnd. year year neilEvery
person brought bore by pups' Tho 4o4. Leri black, they mad. her curlty for loan. crop the grower can dlagnoss. the cause of

W* believe. In car professional. Hetty and Imp_' by the town and Saint Lowbrow I think I understand year, unprOfltabl'l low production (and high production .

men, our tndemn Md *ur bunUMM Its surroundings become a publicity : these ""'.nta" fairly well. What isle b.1. M well). '".

men) and wt teller In their tent for Bradentown, *o that the tall ("Saint George"*-a Jesting pleated that the several parties do not wantor tialities they arr equally good producers After the tree record have been :

desire for low enforcement aid alv.tt of what to her* te spread by letter oalnt.Wbooo are Indifferent tot We must then account for obtained, a map of the orchard should '

Improvement and by word of mouth la every direction ""volcee"' .pm. by radio, Hlghbrowi Three matter are about the observed constant difference In be constructed showing the locationof

jW: .......* cur people will ap- Whooo deed* are .worde-with eatlretalntl ', a. pertinent to the situation a* the production in some ether way; every tree marked In such a way
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prelate Tb Leader1* .rl.... to U would b* a good Idea It the city "..nt..* DUferam.* la Production Due to :Two 'a* to Indicate It* average production

glvo them news, Bdvsrttsemeat council In making up its budget thle Our her tagef=A sham, a ehow. 1. It .te not vital, to English: prosperity Cannes If the nigh-producing trees and the

Md dltorteto that will bring hem year would make a bit higher levy To him, this rebel to his. tlmee. whether the French and Belgian Sax and Oowen of the Main Agricultural -| low-producing one! are distributed In

the greatest measure W truth, 1- for publicity/ purpoeo The Herald Out martyrt Saint Not he I K< get their' reparations or not If Experiment Station have a hit or miss fashion throughout the

tlO W Md believe b.lpfuln.m.that tt to our duty suggests a two-mill tax That would chime only I she can get the trade she need. I don much toward' cleanug op this orchard It te an Indication that variation

U ..*"* Ski pubtl to th. toot of not b* burdeiuome, and It would supply Shall toll for tragedy, no heart t The Trench and Belgian are situation After statistical study of Inproduction te due to hereditarydifference. ..'

our ability, that w* suit kp faith a I.lr...... fund to advertl the Revere this mocker In tho mart.A lukewarm about trade. If only they can th* data from several different tpelo. In the stocks or bud usedIn

get needed security and reparationss.They propagating the trees Removal te
with the public at all times Md city QVADIULATE.RAL I'MOIILEM crop, such M apple, citrus fruit,

that to dew w* But print all It baa been the euitom hero whenever "'; would however, Ilka to see per walnut and potatoss. they concluded probably the best treatment for the

the sews without fear or favor arprejudice there te need for extra money for Lowbrow I luppoee you read many prosperous enough to pay that much of the permanent differenceIn unprofitable tree.under such circumstances

or color Into* boned town publicity to call upon the gen- Frank Wmond. syndicated article on I. Germany .. Indifferent to French production of Individual plant of and nsw tree planted In their

publicity best promote Mmawnitywelfare. eroua-handed few who will always French and Brltlen com rollll.., and eurlty.. a given. variety could bo ascribed to stead provided there te sufficient

dig down" and lubecrlb for public What do you think ot his viewer two general cause, variation In the space to permit proper growth of
'
M+ purposes. It te not right thai a few Highbrow: Th lUuatlon offers an shake off French control of her most oil and other environmental' factors, young trees, ,

'Thou. Interested In the developmentof shout! parry. a largo extra burden A litereeUng International problem of vital industries and resources ot coal and variation of a genetlo nature *0n the other hand. If the high-pro

Homestead sit desirable" place In small addition to the II1l11a,. for publicity conflicting Intereeta. The facton areas and Iron along the Rhine. among the root stocks on which bud during tree appear to be grouped to.gither

"which to live Should see to It that the will spread this over the entire follow! 4. The banker are Indifferent to bid been placed \ In certain sections of tho orchard -

bet' possible moral atmosphere prevail property-owning clan and give. each 1. Enland-Wbat she want primarily French and Belgian reparations and In the case of perennial crop Ilk and the unprintable tree

Lawlessness whatever nature an even break te the economicrettoratloa'fctOerrnany security provided sufficient financial deciduous or citrus fruits variation grouped In other sections It Indicate

should b* frowned epos and oncour It' do It that way Since England will "get security te furnished for the loans they In soil and In root stock would con- variation In environmental conditions.In .

.ment should b given to everymovement Ire Invited to make. It te
.. I tin us to produce their effect on the some ease possible to correctthe
to the moral fiber Lowbrow Theeo "Indifferences" .
adding unfavorable conditions such a*
of
plants throughout a period years,
o( the oommunltrK |. '[ are a* Intelligible a* the "_ntr." Now hence some tree favorably situatedIn poor fertility drainage, etc., and eon-

NEWS AND EDITORIAL COMMENT tell rn. In each caw what the "bear" regard to these two factor would vent unproductive Into productivetreee

'BUCITT BT TAXATION to that to urging the 'dog" to climb Replacing or to.worklni'

On every hand tt U a4mltu that CLIPPED FROM OUR EXCHANGES I the tree. while produce tree good from crop buds year of after the same year I tress alone would not remedy the evil. "

Homestead stands right BOW at the Highbrow Hero h* Is:-
A case of environmental condition n
source and kind but unfavorably situated -
threshold of wonderful opportunity i, English trade stagnation and the
a W. arc happy to be abla to com.mend oonformanoo with IU pledge to the In regard to cither or "both ot producing, low yield I* shown In certain .
lod..elopmenluoll.; M has only I been consequent unemployment of labor,
the city administration. oa IIIdecliloa legislature At Okeeeliobeo a celebration these factor would consequently. continue tree of an orchard of 100 English .
dreamed of heretofore But along bare mad England a unit in the demand -
to aid the band A good band wa held on th. Fourth ot Julyin to give poor yield year after walnut. The II fclghest-produo-
with the opportunity that face Homestead for the reetcratlon of German
I* an excellent advertisement for a honor of the Opening cf Connor year big trees were grouped In one cornerof
ther also condition to b* Industries. Tho English prim. minister
are
city, bad Cocoa has developed such Hlghay from the big lake to West If It were poeslble to dig up .a bearIng the orchard, whll. the IS lowest-
mat In order to make the opportunity can not Ignore this demand If lie r
an excellent musical organltatlon that Palm Beach Th state road department appl tree, without Injury, and producing tree were grouped In a
develop Into realitythe hope to hold hi. job.
It would b* a serious loss were It to and Highland County have arranged place a high-producing on* In the hole different section This indicate a
Chamber of Commerce during t. Th. French people are equally
b* obliged to dloorgantee. In varlouieltle for active work at once In completing where a low-producing tree of the difference la soil condition In the
It* first. year IIf .1IIt.ntl. bai don united In their demand for reparations\
of Florida immense sums of the road through from "-*- same kind has been, and vie yen... ore-hard
some splendid publlalty work particularly and military security, and they would
money are upended la bringing tai bring to connect up. Baboon also is It would, bo possible to determine the Even orchards which are as a whole
In getting out the bookletl bitterly recent th* lose ot mean for
< moue northern band t* play during from Influence of toll and other cnvlronemntal -
setting forth the advantage and considering building a highway enforcing .ach. No political partycould producing a good profit often contain
the tourist aeaeoa, and w* fool that Baboon Park to connect with the Kls-1 condition In the yield of these many trees that are not producing an
elarme of the It I I. a more merltoriu thing to amid slmmee-Melbeurne roo-eteM road tree*. This cannot be done luccess- income, as wilt b* noted from the reeord -
lledlaod. [)I.trlat. Presuming gust or effect surrender of this right
a local organisation which give. oa and cut the distance In half for elU.n. fully with bearing tree, but In effect of orchard No 1 below, which
that there will be a full renewal ofrnemborshlp of enforcement given by the Versailles
much of Its time for the pleasure and from thte section. Last but not treaty. at least It te poeslble with potatoes : has been producing an annual profit
for the soon to
new
year profit" of the community a. ha the leant te the splendid highway now I.! Powerful In a field of potatoes of the lama cf 1100 per acre for a four-year period
parties In Germanyhold
fund I-
begin and with the other already
Cocoa band. The aid from the city lacking but a few mile for completion that Germany did not variety some plant. are heavy producer during which record were kept of Individual
ID light the Chamber of 00000tn.rc. make or
Insures Cocoa good nude for Xte running between Orlando and the white other are very light I tree production
lose the .
that she Indemnity
will likely be able to liquidate war owes no
coming year.-.Ooooa tribune East Coast at Cocoa and Men-lit Is producers, u hu been noted In records Or. OrOr
and that be
an, prevent alalm against It and ,.p'orate the monarchy must
of fruit trees. But her the
same chard chard chard
for Ihl doe restored. Consequently they are readyto I
another year but land.East
not Include anything for adverttatn. RAILROADS AID RIGHWATR! Coast and Want Coast will remain "knife" any German governmentthat plant (tubers ar* underground shoots Percentage 01No.1.. No. I. No. ,.

I containing buds) doe. not remain In Profitable ....
tree 41
publicity for the coming other TO tllTE }'LORIDA geographical Mm**. But they I make the least concessions' to the 14 14

than the additional booklet year etUV on la the day ot Spanish colonial rule will coon disappear. M separate eo- .1tton. demand of Franc Yet they too one place during a aeries of years but Self-supporting trees 11 II 41

was and Will I li planted In a new location each year.Under Unprofitable tree. It 14 It
hand for distribution there an East Florida a with opposing Interested Polk feel the need of money to restore and '
iT'Jt Florida" Not eo many year age there County Record. promote their economic welfare such condition tuber line that This. Illustrate the type of Information
Homestead U to gain the utmostbenefit '
already wa much talk ot taU division with 4. Finally, you havo the bankers are classsd a* high yteldert one year that can be obtained from Individual .
from the rich opportunity
referred to ther te bed tor the line running from the northern FLORIDA AM IXVFWTOR who object to giving France any power are not oonelstently high )"iold.,. for tree production record..*; Orchard .1

boundary to the southernmost Up A good friend and loyal booster of of Interference with German Industries a eerie of year Likewise. the poor. map show the location of unprofitable
and consistent adaor'using
name psnl.tent during where th. Quit Joined. the ..tIaDWI.hu. It. Petersburg who te sojurnlng for a that might Impair the value ot producing plants of one year may be trees and Indicate the general j
publicity to be carried on
'the coming winter eeuon.Therefore In the last five year such talk time In Chattanooga picked up a fine the eemirUlee-. to, their loans. Their classed among the good producer tilt cause of low-yielding trees. tI

has been seldom heard. (What little piece of advertising' for Florida and
will it sot IMo good bUIll11 !- attitude te. "Tmk it or leave It: w*
there to concern cutting South from sent It to the 8t Petersburg lade! not .
are obliged to furnish the fundsSo .
for in.Clyded
'a tax *f two mllte to be -
North Florida to Insure the spending pendent. It te a circular letter sent I
In the next ell, budget to.b* there you ant A conflict of Interests I FROM OUR MAIL BOX "
of fair monle out by W. D. Carsweli, vicepresidentOf
Died la publicity tor HemwteadT Th'i' a proportion of tat and yet a common desire to
where the toes are collected.Th the Chlcamauga Trust Company of
will mall.lu.he development tbat put Germany on her feet again Compromise

will enable a gradual lowering tll I disappearing Jealousy between that city Under ;the heading "Why Slmond think, te Inevitable Homestead Fie, Aug 10. 1114 ED AND OPERATED BT CO-OP- 1

tile tax .levy ai more pereon settle the. East and Wr.1 coast caa b* Florida to a deslarble field for mortgag yet may' b* delayed Uncle Sam I. The Homestead Leader ERATTVE GROWERS *

her and share In the tai burden credited to the greater Sass of travel loan," h* myeiIn the benevolent umpire who stand Homestead Fte. All grower Mould throw aside all 1

tf Increased prosperity come to between the. two _UOIIL our test letter w* promised to ready t* promote the gam, and even Gentlemen: difference of all sorts and come at |'

Homestead by reaeon of publicity, A dosea year* ago' th. avrag eUea tell you why Florida te a very deals- to go Into his own pocket to finance At 110 per half which te the price once Into the Florida Citrus Exchange.: 1 I,

ovtrjrono her will share In the benefit of the West Coast knew 1 leas about able field far making mortgage loanInveotmeota. the teams, but who will not compel that has always been charged by all In 1 It wo tend a chance to reach a ,

and w* bellev that th. plan of th* East: Coast than he did the date. W* will give you the them to -play ball." northern restaurants for grapefruit, great goal but without it wo stand \:

railing a publicity fund by taxation *f Georgia, reason a* briefly as the subject will Lowbrow How (much do English the average between U.and II. bring absolutely lie chance. Of course, all 41

Macs that time hard surfaced permit 110" per box If at this price the this great work cannot b. accomplished
lathe falreet plan that can be devised. and American banker propose to ;

and though It may add a trifle to the road crossing the Mat from Delandto (II With th* exception of Southern loan Germany T grower caa get only 100 per box on overnight a* there are many Im- j

taxi for the current year It .. really Daytona and KlMlnuneo. to Mel- California' Florida .. the only Highbrow About. much a* a the tree how much would tbs fruit portent thing to bo done hero to begin .

+ the noet cffrcUv way of reducing, bourn*--tho latter only possible with .tat* In North America that affordea tramp' hind-out M compared to asquare have t* sell for In order to give the with. One of the great thing .I

tbd yearly ta< rata sari' the neat some dlffknilty eves yet-hare made perfect cllmal for the wintermonths. meat oomo two hundred mil grower 1110 on the tree*. Answer which te now nearing completion te Ii S

period of year poMlbU a greater lnt rmln llng of All of the people In Urn lion dollar What to that to a nation Ml 10 only water transportation by mean of {

',,his own problem I* eoafrontlnf a the people of both Mctloa and more United State and Canada east ef tll.Roollao. that ..... and owe many billion? Under present epeculatlve methods chartering' boats-.an accomplishment .

number of other Florida towns aid good feeling. ., wetting a refuge from the Any loan abort of a billion dollar te the case te absolutely hopelee Too Impossible without etste-wlde orgaal- |

<'. following from the Key West Now a real cross state railroad Is rigor ot tho winter must Dad It In but a nickel to a beggar. Were I one many ipaculator > The market I* nation Later on we can accomplish l

. to CRUaen ot recent date wilt bo of In- building Md Mother la contemplation Florida.. It to the mecca of the : ., those commissioners" t should tell firmly In their grasp mor*. This te especially true, aa


It a reality To complete the Job olunlflcaUoa tiled, th the alck) tb. boons I to go chase tb_.... *. The common to organisation aid tho establishment with our Exchange: ,California U
levy far AJrertWngTfr .w': baa:: :
:
croeoeUtehighway* ar* of those won la life's stropgie people of America and Croat Britain .f grower, auction to sell direct to doing all| possible for our succee la ,'
; loiwph. T. Porter, president. of .
I building at several point, and earned th. right to oenfort would themselves offer mora money any person la any quantity from one organisation because California rea

I \1\4 Chamber ot Commoroo, ha* writ'ten la the extreme south tho Tamlaml and eee la thai declining yean the and oa term that would lot make bo* HP at a reasonable price. Further Uses that with our co-operation the ,

the Monroe County eommiMkmore Trail! te pushing on slowly but surely .tend ., opportunity for the young and Franc Impotent la collect the mosey they could be actually retailedby grower caa beadle the market situa..

, l with the view to baring a tat levyoff" The Dado County and te graded Md ambition, blots Md atone *f our Germany owe her. grower establishments. Then we but without us their effort arelargely i

', f toe milts placed on the propertytn hard .motel while Collier I* carry.log on* hundred and tea million people need stamped on the box and wrapping hampered. t.tlOD t.,

tho county for the laudable porpooet active work from" the In : Tall FLORIDA
en west ar4 paper FRUIT
of obtaining an adequate fund for' ad'rertlelng 'learning thee facts each paoslntyer spent and ntoy4, during three t* Very truly your a
GROWERS
ASSOCIATION OWN.
eve month. la Florida-a contribute PAN )t;. ROBERTS.
pllrp_ t* tile event the
(I) fry twice of the climate thetourist from forty elate to tho developmentand
tn I II levied 4 sufficient sum nil be :
(' Th of
) water Florida
of ". tourtetcltleenshlp are but by conservative banker who d-
the populaUoa of Florida from Co- prosperity one
i" obtained *xtenilr ly to advortuw 1 teeming with of MdIU i
', Urn tober the; first I* April the fired rueslate of Florida to eompooed of every variety flail lot live la tho state. Jt.. the calmand ,
tile doing away
county, at cam forest with game the sportsman
,
the hundreds of thousand Mdto people of ladependeal fortino and
unprejudiced judgment
'J with UMalliMetory,, and. often" uc..unOeueful paradise and from an over the world of a wise
star Incomes, providing the means Md .
steadily Increasing front I* opportunity
method el trying t* falsetbe''money and eucceesful business Advil .
thte ovtoiKlId .... of people fill Its man ghis
"" year a* the beauties, comfort" and for Silo development and '
by luboerlpuon. field and stream friend and patron. It to clean- '1
business opportunities of Florida be- growth of the unlimited Mtml roeevre -
*
"
Tho object ot tho H.er*
. w' primary MOW THAN com known. To visit Florida one M ** of the state What te the feosoa* All this means eut aad could hardly b* made nor ev '
'" tourists. to
tiling IH to persuade mor*
and outMJ oapltel OHtOAftKHOfttttrtD roMra U .......... Jive or at* years (it Florid hao a physical monopoly for year to com steady growth and forceful. It to a See tribute to Florid p

GOt. hero bebore je+ ago a trip to Florida .meant visit 1fC'' la the prediction of all citrus development, the need of coney, the and another proof of the fact that thte ?
It ehould
b larooted locally,
to *
.
two or thro. weeks BOW' It man a fruits every variety of which caabo snparsJIeled opportunity for solid in.vestment. state has entered upon a BOW era '
In mind that every new family ON maw
e homo la Florida from ftv to sU grown __.",1&11,. It ftmUobc* a* the Inviting Held for laveotmont.W t
Attracted to Key,Wed, every "ow *.
rodeo. iORfCTION months aid thousand are buying per.maornt ..1 the table ID forty state with. winter TINS to not 1&11' tram a promotion" thank' Mn Carewon mat add htoawa t
brovtfht here, mean a .
terprteo home. Thte masse mlllloeeof .vegetable of every' variety booklet, but from a hankers letter ie to the list at Florida's friend

dolt la law ta that there will b* money mad la lUilniss he the (I) Ite> toumfactorlig Interests his bualneos. cllente H wa not wrtttevp that w* vain ..... ,..-Lake Worth '.
II... In nil oo.t of oondurt.tag -
to ,
more. ; aorta from seven to nil. month b are large sad steadily I rwiag.,., all lajiuslssUc Florida developer Leader. "
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Thursday: August_2$, 924 THE HOMESTEAD LEADER Paw) Five
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'Miss, lAI.MI'll '1 Ill. NrXiIRO Qt II:!>ITlON.I I
It Central Arcade Beauty Parlor
I 'Soc.ialEuents 1 The W It'Iuh m<-< will Miss | All the wliiiiary llrrlmt' at the
Harvey Ua, Pnlmrr'. at ihf< hem" i baptist Church OIHV.itn" .tnv M INICOMD rxooi HOOK uTnuMfDrMU .

,,0' IT J A Smith Timnltiy eMilng i I Irrnoon "gm.i, t it"\" the following i : and spent an enjoyable evonlng plat'
? CtTOPUE PAIL IN ATTEMPTTO MB*. *. H. WKBrrRRKNT.:mAUrs j in* brMc. Hvrreahinent o( block slam on the negro problem. Mercinfa. Scalp TfMtaMM
kEto:!' MARRUGK: l Hymn "('_ Thou ..."..tal.."
\ JII&T. MONDAY BRtnuE C'M'R. i Ire i *>m and cake wvrr Wrv -'. There e
Y'' The marriage of Mir Leila Holland Mn. J. H. Wrbtter was hoet_ ttho :flue table Mine Altoen' Patter- na''OUOIIIII-Mre, T. D. Pie*)*. --.-- ..-.----------

,, on AucttM H to Edwin C. Hook, both Monday Bride Chib. The cost eon MlM Virginia Mm and Mr. and Hymn "There I* a Fountain.."

or title ettjr, would ha"o baton kept prhw iva won by Mr. T. J. Letoh. If Iv. MMU AMr won the ped.sal BualneM.Hymn .
sit ess rot In order to afford a pleaaantwprla Those enlorlslf fee ovenbaf
worth" and the club wen:
prfcm wee won byMn. "
to thalr ....l&tl".* and friend O. I. Haek.... Tbs hoatOM served !MlM UUIan MUM, .. Wyoian atom.dfaV "M, Jesus 1 toes Thee.
at"site BftJltt'MMw i had lot tlM judgwOMht UHW dHriMiMti "A Study of Rise sad \fthIt"R. -
fruit MM aad .- Map ,MlaV VHtt.. ;
MM fw lIe rann** purpose of The neuter momben 1111'' lilies. A tMelt;;.' MiceOladye Mrs ...... CampbaM."Th s..atrt

.UH 1\f to It* oapiraoy lulntMl upon *. .... Lehmaa. M....preset W B.weniMr IWo Ye..MMt, .\. 11; OMn It...U Miaraat My "'....Mr*. M.

ihf pt'OIIItIM of the bride' mother Mtkii dan, lira M. C. AJfaed, MN. B. H. ...811.-.11. BummarttB. Ray .....
young lady wa not of togal n aJeaity. *ttk.w.,Okdl Hook IA3f
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y \We<
"WIllI 1fo8rM..1i6
Hiner. Mn. >
Beat Alter. Mm O. J.Hankies Ua*Malt"
Mra. Holland mlllnc to her- Roy A : 'ti8"Nlestl.,4 PROGRAM FOR THIS WEEK
M.rralt ae. l ,'L
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aad ... 1. A, Bmlth. Tb : ,, .
.elf, aa she heard by telephone of the f., ----- ------
Insets wen: Mr T. I. Letchworth tEAT "" Ur.. A, I. Drew.UIM .
ecvpl'* predicament In Miami: obliging BOOK 1'ARTY ClV BATVKDAY, AUOUaTT 10 WBDNKBDAY.HETTY SiPTIIIt1.rh a
Mn. Frank Skill, MM. F. H. Undo- -*. Ur,* '1D..
!? hurried forthwith to the Matte I IIUCKLAND Ho.MriU pee.eot I Sae.le1 fart HI CO.MPNOXwith
City where aha taw her consent and man and Mn. Carl Dedio *. peed Mn. W. rV,$ rlckland' gav,. rich. ,..... Robert Campbell Mr*. S. Trw .. Mori' a....al out laTh

Muring; to the onion and aw the \fILLINGt'OltKElUI a rook pony last !1'v.....,. :;* ieall 1.. Flied, Sew H. A. Turner M.... Mae melodrama, ales. (leveut Trmptallon"

knot tli& by County Judg Blanton.! GIVE PtAY. lady ftagan and ,lIMIt vote ..ajlyerby Pew. Mn tt, 1'. Doraey, III... A. f. Rupert Ifuffhe Parisian thrill .tlo(\"*j alas BunMr -
Mr. Hook la the charming daughter Mr. and lire Q. I. a. lt. Mr. and MermaM comedy lad oddratloaal *, eom*|y an4 Cd'roatlonalTHVRSDAT
Drew. lire B. D. Taylor', Br, Mr .
The *
Willing Worken .1. the
of Mrs. Ada Holland. She la eusep.tlonally of Mn. Tom Vann. Mr. and Mn. R. E.: MONDAY 'CI''I'EMOU'Doubl.
popular with the younger act Bapttet Sunday school will a-lvo a fidwarda Mr. and Mn. Loula, Mr.' Smith, Mrs Lawrenoa, Mr. Christie. 'ICP'I'SIIIH" d

of Homestead and ho hat ho U of play entitled, -MlM Fearless and Co.", and Mrs Harry Cooper Alvin Campbell Mrs Homer Davis Mr*. MeOarrah, Header Double Header

F friend and acquaintance who will e* "Spook island" on Friday, September and Mr*, gummerland. Mrs PI card. and III",. west with JACK DOLT In"Man With WAl.LACE REID In
f at I 'chock., melts
wish bar the bapplnea feel They rnowo.wwabk' Kwa-ything*
they sure 11!1 "I>u | hU
every" OlIO t* b* preeent.MBS. 1l11111l1111111111111111111111111illllllllllllltltllllltll
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t* In store for bar.e and HEHUERT RAWU.NSO.X to"MUlloA aad. apeclal east l.
Mr. Hook, who attended both the MIAMI'S EXCLUSIVE to Btr.w"Tore
SHILL | e'TM Pinsderse"also
EJTTERTAIN-
local high achool and Uninlty
the Mata -
THE 100 bit thriller and Universal eomedy program of
CLUB.
%* at Qalnotvllle, when lie otndld .
civil engineering, ba become noted Th. lot Club met with )I... Frank I I Hosiery Shop I Cameo eomedy thrill hnd' laugh.

la this _tlOII for hi* proficiency la Mil laat Friday Bight. Mrs Lee : TUESDAY. 8KPTKMOUI: I FKIDAY 'EPTEMDER'I'OU

JIll ehOM profenloo.Th Lehman. Mrs O. i. Hackler and POOTH TARKINOTOXt"The irtoom

newly-wed are making their Charles Fuehi won the club prliea.Mr I "QUALITY at its BEST"MRS. I Ma From 110_" with ",,'.,",.1 out UM
home In an attractively turns bed *. Webster and Fred Redd won theguest
n | JOHN A. GADDIS. Pres. | Adventure, romance and thrill. 1BH
bungalow on Hogard, Street. prl et. Then 'were four' taole
Dainty refreshment* of wafer and alp Baby Peggy comedy aid Her beet picture, ala Telepkoa
I 117 Central Arcade Miami Fla. I
MRS. COOPER AND MISS MOSER fruit slid were *.".d. EaiiiiiimmiiiiiiiiMimiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii Ire z: New Girl and Tmt New

IJVTEKTAIX T'OR.I11S 'TOWKR. The club members preeent were: Mr. iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiimiiiiiimiiin;

lira Harry Cooper and< Mia: Lot and 14... Frank Bklll Dr. and Mn. t. -- -- --. -----.-.-------- ----------- -... '- ------.- --- .--- --.- -. -- -.
Moer gave a mieeellaneou shower A. Smith Mr. and Mr. Lee Lehman
W.4neday la honor of loll... Dorothy Mr. and Mn. O. f. Hackler Mr. and

Tower whose marriage to Henry Du Mr*. Carl Dedln, Mr. and Mr*. Charles
5 Boll will take plan* the tenth of Sep Fuoh. Jr. and Mr. and Mn. T. J. I
tember. Lotehworth The club gusts were:
ANNIVERSARY SALEAT
The guevU on their entrance were Mn. Lena Knowle. Mr. and M.... J.
served with punch. In aa Interesting H. Webeter and Mr. and Mi-.. Fred

ontet called "A Blowomlng Ko.Jiiano Redd.
*" Miss Catherine Harrison won -
the prlM, a box of powder. Each SI. E. CHtllCH SOtTH

guest received sea icuventr a picture ANNOUNCEs'1lAZAAn.. MAX'S PLACE

.of the bride and room. On November II and SI the ladle I

If la* Tower occupied a seat of honor of the Southern Methodist Church

decorated to I match the color scheme, will give a btuar. On Saturday To celebrate our first anniversary in Homestead we are of
which was yellow and greenn. A bug Bight the baaaar' will clone and at

:rote brought mad ID' on of a crepe email paper table, and wa that.erved.JIB. time. a chicken upper will be f fering to our many friends and patrons in South Dade a feastof

In the petal of the row were arranged
(Ift* of lined sliver and cut gla.aw ENTERTAIN. AND )IIUI AT. EVERY 00. bargains, beginning Friday, August 29. Space will not permit


h peach Dainty and refnehmenU whipped cream of frozen lady Florida Mr. and City lire entertained W. W.a f.w every of us to list all the wonderful values. Below you will find a few

linger and punch were wired. The
fueeta were: Miss IJvIe Barn.., Mr*. at 100 Wednesday night tri.lld.1 of our specials.FREEFREE
punch wen eerved. The gueit : .
Addle Hill, Mr. F. W. Kuhn Miss I
Mia Mr. and Mr. Wm.. Myn, Mr. and
Kathryn HarrUon Hula Rae
Mr*. J. B. Towvr, Mrs V.rnl Rohrer !girt V.rnle Rohrer, Mine Olive Kenr.dy Monday
and Charlie Clinton. CAPS
Via Stills Hook Mi. Rita Fitch

Mrs O. I. Oault Mr.. R. E. ;Edward. HODAKOS GIVE SHOWER $2.00 Crepe de chine-in
Mine Violet Umphrey, Mr*. Harold
x IN HONOR 0V MISS TOWER With $10.00 all colors Sale Anniversary Sale-65c to
Sheffield Mia Mary Tower, 'Mia every purchase -Anniversary
Edna Smith Mrs J. R. Doraey, Mr*. The Sodako Club la giving a linger!*
f. D. Picks, Mra. A. D. Tower Miss shower today at the horn of Miss we will give a woman's $1.00 $2.00

!Roe Tower. Mia Kathryn Drew Mra. Ctella Hook in honor of'MlM Dorothy

John Booth Mia R. L. Moeer. Ml: ** Tower. hat FREE.Unbleached Dress Pants '

Xathe Peterson, Mia Dorothy Marsh, -
MJT*. Tom Orav*., Win Vivian ......, JUNIOR AND INTERMEDIATE
B. Y. P. V.:* GIVE PROGRAM.
Regular $5.00 value Annie
Mr. H. H. Ewing Mix Either Livingston Sheeting.36 ,
Mr*. } D. Redd Mr. W. B. The Junior and Intermediate B.
Strickland, Mia Nina Drew and Mr. Y. P. U,'. took charge of th. prayer inches wide---6 yards, versary Sale,
Ted Manh. meeting Wednesday DIht.t the

Bapturt Church: and. gave a very interesting $1.00 i $3.50
program.Miss
MEETs c
."" ROM Tower was leader Mr..
h Dolly Wollam waa hota* to the 0. & Tower, moth.r of Dr. J. B. Silk Pongee-regular $1.00 WORK SHIRTS '

Busy Bee on Monday aft.rnoon at Tower, gave a number of acrlptur

> o'clock. Thy spent the afternoon y....... ThoM who gas* reading value, Anniversary Sale, Anniversary Sale, 65C
lot ..wt", Thoa present were: Coma wn: Alva Taylor Elra Hill. Chrlatl

Davis, Elva Hill, Franc Donwy, Taylor and Kathryn Drew The 69c Shoes at half price
Oraee Raybura and Grace Barren. Re- [unlor* sang "Bringing; In Chine*", k

Jreihment of Ice cream and cookie and A. J. Drew and Jame, Wollam
aerved. gav a du.t i
(were
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On. line of men' line high grade dress shoes In I Mn'i lie and Coo silk and fibre .Ilk see, All
Paten W. L. Uouglaa and Beta Royal Blue All colon ***. Clean I Sweep pale
t leath.n and ahapea. Thia entire line eold at lies price II* 'j .... .. ... .. . .. 4217
1i.,. and 11.00. lot. Take your $6.15
choice. Clean Sweep-M'::. price .-,,,,,,__,-..,. I J t tOne

line/ of drew and shirt percale, Full ll-lnrhx
wide. lie and 10* value. Bale prlo, 1O/3
Shoe of the better el... Florah.lm for the man yard .... .... .. ... ... ."_.. ..... ...._..._
who oan. All at the. Clean Sweep $8.85
sale price ...: ..!.....-.... .."_. _._ _. IIEDD'SD eOn.

line .f apron and dies gingham tic to .!<*
Valuea. Clean Sweep sale 1 O
yard
One with lot elk of aolea.men' All wild alaea leather fl.e work value..hoea. Tan$1.97 elk 410, Ilo and .... ...........-..".,.pas...*......, -.,.-.? AU

of. Clean Sweep Ml price _.._ .. ." a

,' I111M' 100 yard' of peppwcll I.' anbleachei .hertlng. tOo 4,
"1 value. Clean pale price,
Sweep ,470yrd
One .lot of ladle* felt bed room allpptn. All colon .... i ... 1..U-IHJ-J-._............... '
value. Clean
and ll.tl -Sweep SIC
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'a IaN lie, too and lie bleached niuelln. naltMoek, and
;. ; On, lot of .....'* II.** Palm Beach panU. AS eambrlo. Full ll-lneh.. wld.j *, tilling. 180Clan
." Clean Sweep sal. price .... .............. .-....._... u. "' Sweep Ml prlc* II*. II* and"....,. ..... .
f : .

One lot of .....'* blue denim ovenll Extra good
Ono lot of II by I* P.pp.relt closets Full ( ,
qualttyi fun rut. II.TI sad ::4'$1.58 extra good Duality' Isle value, ci.aa .1":1
: Clean Sweep pal.. pries IM Ihr p **l* prioe: _.._ ._ ...... 11.4a
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On line of ", .n'* fine heavy weight bloc denim o
overall weot-Or aid Manama make J1Q- On. largo group .f ladlea* mualln underwear In all
tt.tl value. Class Sweep sale prig styles and e r aa unusually trig C| AITMvlng.
; .1 Oewn* psito ._. .-.._ _.?. wle1 i

:"' On. lot of ladle* pare silk fall fashioned boa True
Bbape and Kollin. make. Every pair guaranteed ,. Prince dip.
b* perfect. ll.ZI valu*. CI.au Iwsep $1 fiQ All ......_ .. S1.78
Color. ,
1 sale prig .. ...... :........ .. .-..___... .__.. wfrOn :: t 4

I ;'0 .. .. i -
line of men. athletto aalaeoek sales .ulta. 740 -- -- -- Gee Hne of ladled soften bathing *ultaooallty. G-
a. It value. Ctoaa Sweep aal price .........._..--. now good 11.19 value,
Oa. Hno of _a'* fins drew ehlrta with and without On lot. of mss'e six la all. colon Regular.. 1M Aa.On 0value. Clean Sweep sale prlo* ._ -.,- ,?.,?, ,_ ..? SI.95
aal
eolUra, In plain colon sad 'allG), AH the boat Clean Sweep prise
t OM M *t -.In..Ilr. check work; ..pant and wearing fabric mod la these eJ rt& Cut fall boatworkmawblB.
work Panama
ten'e 11.00 '
and Buck Head make dean Sweep sale | Q Ba*> M4 Emory ,make $ 78 lot ot mows baadkrchlfa, mil dMt I". line tl ladUHe4l* and flan drM T'Ms '
40
.IIt,.
.. **'V*' Value to 14. Clean Sweep .. .. *$* wovkmanchlp and etylM' the vary $ '.45
price fS4t, ll.tl and ----- + pa price ail. and 1M **Uor. Clean (weep sale ..... |l TMuM Cass Sweep isle prlo... '
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Six THE HOMESTEAD LEADER Thursday, August 28,1924


FJ! ---:: ;;negro wee brought Into a poll -IIK"n, "t.. hl, 1 F: l 1ITT1E ONE IS 18 YEARS OLD; ,
I ,'<' mmlon charged with tagraner and punishing It the not U no wry

I HINTS TO HOUSEWIVES l TIIK BIG ONE IS 7 FT. 7 INCItt TLl. Law. mUuh, I aln t no vagrant! l'e'' to teach and bring U up-Ex.
From Homo DtrpeetWwltM f4rnklMae..M-ahaaree I : a hahd wukklu. rellglou men I
.t do**'" And he pointed Can every pious wick be a fitting
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To attract and kill tI... on 0' lImit .... rash face.Ser bur and oammme 71*,. : t,o s.wt the lam patch ornamenting .00"1 plank' for a party platform 7En.Kj1111IIIIIlllllllllllU3uutullltflltoulnu.

Mlullonv I. a twwpoonful or IL c'ooooo..na.' Thlo would ho a total OfSo.eo.ooi ( r -4 + rwii k.,,,,. of Mm -.. .. '.1 lot /
cent mixture at formaldehyde cute of food product r om piaylo!" How bant the patches

and 4U.per ester pi aM II On a teacup ttequal j' bo7t and ooMugM*) by United 1j4-; on the coat of your brooohea asked A.C.ALBREaiTAOBMT
part of milk and water Putout It' Btatw people sad would load a row a policeman Th* aegis looked *h*.BUh -
of the reach of children and pot.. Of freight train reaohUi. from Now tor a raontmt them "1 sicken Abiniwt FOR I i
York to Sea IMMMloeo.JPtorlda h.... tot dOM bacluHdlr. kaid. .

Vacations cot teas and are much con.ume. her proportloa ot .- Mr'bodya MIII'UI. = PERTILIZCRI I 6

more beneficial If take. bofor One I. 0..M.4 product* BO doubt and obsess i and all kind of eprajrlnf |Ii
I ntlrely worn out and too- tired tmjoy equally In tile marketing problems Two Un keep, not aiotion In one ; materials E h

them.COmmOa for wo produce a lot of eaaaed food cphr /-Ex. .
for ..I.. ... i Spraying and fortlUalnf dose EE
t tI --
table aalt prlnkl d on the r by oontraot ITEtETBOKIl
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II I. ImoomKblo for tho buyer to l The I bee profit you can bop to get 5
dtaeolored aluminum
ouUld of the oe or taste the product contained In by being eourteoue the greater the ; 4-a |
cloth
pan and rubbed with s damp ,the can before purohaalnf, oo the OQIlrtee-8aa FranclMo Chronicle.Walter 5ntMiiniiiiiiiiiiitiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiini=
shine ?
will MUM Ut
producer or' caller must .*. to It
that tile package U attractive, that
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New Iron pots-4. pan. esn. *
tempered fcr r' filling with sold water the label to catchy and convincing. C. Jones, Jr., M.D. DL W. D. SIGLER
that the container clean and
attractive
and heating alowly to ft bolllnf tentpitratur : t-- CALUMET BLDO. .
OsTEOPATBIO mTSIClAJf
and that the product la well
*. Then allow the water tocool Office Noun: u.u1
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advortloed. Ill-lit Calumet Building
Offlo Telephone (IIIReeldenoe
In the VMeol.
And the eentent of the can mart S' .';,t rt Telephone IITI MIAMI FLORIDA
bo oxeollent they must bo properlyesl.cied 4t :*'
Flower will lent much longer. If -
and prepared and munt bo of e
the sods of the Mem. are dipped hi Akp :JY
th* Soul quality, oo that whoa the .d ;
water M ooon aa plvck.d.'flaIl
tolling purchaser. I* persuaded by the attraoIveneaa
I...often .polien of M "*oallnfflower ad..rtl.lq.." *alwmaaehip -- a r i. DR. W. B. JORDAN r- At Home .
.
to buy once ho will b. oo well Office Homo Dldg.Photw .
DR. B. F.
ECKMAN
TurpentlnO added' to the water fa! i pleaded a repeat. order will .....ull.n : 118 nomcetead, FU.
which out .1 la*. I* washed glva the I* a ml.Uk to think that In Office hourutt
to It 11I.-1
a to I m. dally1i
p.
ate. *, i. brilliant pol ..., V*.. 1 Uble.poonful order to ears a wa.tlng product that
ot turpentine to quarts of w* can father anrtolnIn any kind
water. of condition, throw It In any kind ota
can and Mil It for a profit At- "
leather-covered furniture retlvnew, John B. Tower M.D.
To keep quality grade, condition ,
free of crack, poltah regularly/ with advtrtlalnv, all count. A. SMITH M. D.
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*. ram mad.,from 1 part ft vinegar I And tbs strongest polat In market.Inc "' h..wIr- m WW""World F otoa"" X.RAY Phone 61-10
and I parts of |linseed ell which mUll anything I I. to furnish the man Phone 13-7
bf bottled,'in* shaken anti It I* Uke I kt\ with the quality and. ,,-quantity Lony Wagner, 7 ft., 7 inches tall, the world's tallest Office Hours 3 to 4

ore.mtniteod. I wanted In the condition It I. wantedat woman, carries Countess Jean, world's smallest woman,
the lime It I Is wanted..
;;: ; duet-oolloetlng of freaks in the Luna Park swimmingpool
of pradlnf Produce a euperlor' article a* ..conotnlcally to unique acquatlc A. W. JONES I f
paper. which have to bo; renewed at Island. The Countess is 18 old 24 inches Private, Ambulance I
M possible and sell It at Coney years Piano' "
Interval. on the .hnl"' of Tuner and Repairer
frequent a price that will encour.ee produolon. W. H. COMBS 1
oupboard. apply.4 coat of food paint and .Undardlx tho' product oo high, and weighs thirty pound r Motor AM*!* Guild Plra*Teem .. CO. ,
bo clean with a damp Charge Raaaonahlo
which can kept
FUNERAL
'. hat the demand one created will In- DIRECTORS
loth. emu*... Superior quality of product TRY LEADER WANT: ADsrOR: QUICK RESULTS FLORIDA CITY, FLORIDA 27.29 N. E. IK Street ,._ S2I J
('1UA.fDuAN: :: : ) TOAST properly fAprtd Mil.. thenuelve) Jn- 1S-3J N. B. 24 An. hose 7390

It l I. difficult to eetlmate just the f.rrof artllles. lOOn find their way

mount of tout which the family will to the junk heap :Miss Marion ConklinDoctor Albert Tower Summers M.D.
eat each mornlnf Bav the left-over
lUcea When enough ot them colledt KEKP: PRLMI8E8,IT4RY of Osteopathy DIHM i et Ey. Fur ROM .... Times I
For Screens Doors Window FramesCounters Sit Calumet J3ull'lnll'Oppoeita
cover the bottom of ft good tlted At thl. mason of the year a* at all klki Club 142 IM II..... fc.Shot, ,Ie.
platter, spread out to be mixed with Phone I7I Miami
Fla.
time; every. member of the household awn,M f W.e.iee-.r, .DIt.
dl.h ot oreimed meat of mane kind.
Thl. may bo creamed chicken, I should erti b* watchful to guard the Shelving and all kinds of Cabinet Work
health of the tnttro family
ovitera, or lamb. Pour the hot
creamed meat over the cold! tout 1* there a Ma fir trap at the DR. W. J. FITZPATRICKDENTIST

and cot the platter On a. asbestos kitchen door, and Mveral around the See O. W. LeROY at Home's Lumber Yard '
mat In a hot oven for ten rolnot., barn and the hoi pent R.B.SCBALLERNAttorney t

+ Tbl hut step I I. Important, a* It Art each ot you careful about the Specialty. of Extraction and

give the hot cream or gravy a lope, garbage and dish water Or. at LawSpeei.t'l&i II Orthodontia 1 '
chanoo to molten the toa.t and the 110 you leave the .lop. and ratbag, la'.Nrt pt.a C.i.IWIAt.
!!Illilllllll iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiieiiiiiiiiiiii/ llltlltlllllllllllllllllllllllllLE
tout Itself become* ".heated. for the deadly fly to breed I.. ando = !
you throw the dish water Out the ia Land Title Law
| LET US EQUIP YOUR FORD WITH ;| I V
mrours aivra WOMEN ittohen door or near enougd to drain '
CANAI\G M.GGFSTIO\8 Into the well* '| SEMI-BALOON TIRES | Second Floor llorn. IUd,. ROYAL PALM !

Farm iwomen" attending Farmer' 1>. you inane an out-of-door oanlary B_", Fluids BARBER SH2PV ,"
Week at the Unlveralty of Florida toilet These thins are often I 5 Tires and Tubes I I

were given come practical Information Ivea little or no attention and yet I 1 5 Rims I $120' 00 CASH

l by State Marketing Commli-. not only one household but the entire ::j 4 Wheels ., Ii want your business and will
loncr 1. M Rh de.. A .umm.,, immunity may b* retardeds Its appreciate It. S

tie addre follow! health proir*.*, by the location or I Guaranteed Vulcanizing'Rebuilt | APARTMENTS OR HOUSES -
II I. Mtlmated that the H.IOO.ood< > ( condition ot the toilet.When .
I FOR RENT OR FOR I BAUD Where.Mowry meet Flngler
city famine In the United State' wo reallM that file frequent i Tires for sale i By the owner ;

J e n..m. annually Ttoo,000,000 cam '.nd feed upon the meet filthy lubtancea = P. WEBSTER J. II. ROBERTS, Prop.
.,. ot food product. while the T.ltO.POo '. (I It may be the excreta of typhoid i| $ UPHOMESTEAD [ Prop of El Patio Apartment

dysentery patient, the : _.__. ._
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ahead. and make your play I dUcharce of one sulfering from tu- ,
Never mind the knocker, I berculoal.), and that subsequently I TIRE SHOP I

)!.'. In every worker. way) they may contaminate human food I
.., Never wind the knocker, with their feet or excreta or vomit EUREKA
Kvtryon: who leek to shins .pot*, the neoeaalty and Importance of R iiiiitiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiui/ '! / iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniff/ CASH GROCERYBREAD

I If .uccewful he'll ...lIrn, destroying the house fly I* iurlycl

Tie of fame a certain elrn':'" .ar. I .

,. Never mind the knocker: Ply paper, poisons, and (rape of Co-operative Mercantile Company .,

If you have a tuk to do, course are only temporary expedient. W H. COCHRAN, M.... large 15c size . . . . . lOc .
Get bold of the breedlnc place, and laa. BUTTER .
5 Never,mind tho It.OQkor1If. \ Western Meats, and Groceries t "
few yeara the dangerous flies will 42c26c
,r .". your nerve and ere It; throuphlNever ) bo a rare nuUaneo.. :' A. educational Free Delivery Phone 432taauumamalluuuuuuunlluunluauwuminuuluuuuuluwunuRlauouin Cloverbloom, Ib . . . . . f
mind the knocker. IIAMS Swift's Premium
campaign should bo taken .p In the ,
When (labor have been done, i
Ten may your know that you have won borne demonstration club, and tt whole or half, lb. . . . . . .
every one la the community Interested POTATOES, Round White Virginia '
If the pounding baa ""runN. -
,.t' ....' mind the It DOOIt.,. eufflctentlr In the to unit In a \I onoatmd bo I Wilt Close Labor' \Cobblers, 10 lbs . .. . . . . 29 C i'
effort .0mbetUn o( fly and I Day f EGGS Fresh Guaranteed
He ..rtlt.. only thou who climb mosquito and In Improving the .9

Never mind the knocker. sanitation of ....ry homo)bi the com- dozen . . . . t)8 C -
.,... luccee ho deem crime.. munlty.Wo '{ BACON, Armour's Sliced,
1 This store-Will be closed Labor Monday |
knocker.If Day, 34
Never tinted the
hammer, at often MUUko the iratultou .J S pound carton, . . .-. . . . C "
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J' Then be euro you're your In tbd game blessings of heaven. for the fruits. ot I| September 1, for the purpose of taking inventory. f BEANS, 9 -';

(1 Tl* a .pM\NI| ot acclaim<< ur own Induetryr Ex. CaLtIl'a . . . . . . C
Never mind the knocker. I Camp's .
The ma, though It passes through HOMESTEAD ,GROCERY = : 9c
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Isle low aim affirm his cute dirty plawa. yt remain .o pure a* = .'. . . . .
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Never mind the knocker. COFFEE Upton's '
Who. a knockers. .._ I* nil ,
Who hi.. Jeer and scoffs are done, SUGA..0.-u C f/I'
1111 I bo eureed by everyono FOR PRICES ,

Never mind the knocker lOlbs 1 . . : . . . . fc. .76c .
Machinery" Buyer Guide. WALDORF. '

QUALITY GROCERIES at CUT PRICES 3 rolls . . 1. . . . 2'0' !"
ONIONS, Fancy Yellow '

J .F. UMPHREY ..III.. 41h . . . .w,. ; : ....25c
SOAPi, Octagon or P<& GiPRUNES'Fresh'Stock I' i;

:Kr'> CONTRACTOR .zl air Y w R harp a. . . ; .25c _
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Can mobs plan* for any hulnee.bolldlnt .lOc
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Kpo>nl. bo .ral__ a aporlaltf :: h Strawberry . .MAYONAISE . . 25 C
8 oz. jar Blue I

|)M....40 and ak,....... chepefunypwbseltted Ribbon i . . . . . . . .29cp
!.. We Appreciate Your Patronage -- 338 N. Miami Ave.
601 S. Miami, Are, Miami\ Fla.

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Goulds Baptista Plan I1AVT 1IOAHD RAN u.tepkatton ".ltatjo.* tpnwna 1'1I.1q..ht. I III Plehgro. e ,tstnht ...... than ,rtlbwr !
Churches Services for Sand*) "'8I'1'1on.Y l1'NOUN fnTu ts k"*> fanrardM 6p' tlll1laNl.... preibrallly lent by
I. I[crhe r .'01Inlfl'lUBl"1'tdJII .. r.l poot .hotdr krney .. I' eapww .*...... When .....mlll.n"e0e. I .
The Mv D. I.. tumpb.ll. of ."nrt.t.aedoMN. Mate Plant han to .11n o**.r a4ar4chttrgee not seem" ........1 .post nhaLee
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.."...- r the rim .will...* .h Chimivk m or mm QnMunday ant Board bas s nloe 1 lot or the Red. Whlt p.t ooIIU,...) th_ will be for_"" .
A 1"YnTb. 11>mttOO1f' OWU at II o. m, ..d Tilt p. Ml .....I fly.K>..nfua HMturln which' wlU to* III order that frow rhsy c.ttiaale .d *.pr*<*t eotWct, Make chotai grid "
R.r. C M. Whjkor. outer Unw 4 dv--Ta* R**. J. O. Mradto l9aswpb.Il Sac espial MM ahtinh dOTUWut ready for 4toirilrailM .ia'tt I** day*. or gal the u..rl. parcel poet okhrp, m/My ortkjrt payable to Mate Plant '\
Gunday:(Mkool at O./Wad.. A. J. *. puller. Sudsy school at 10 ..,a.; Auga., like eor iT-aUa*> bill Wo.ttMt condition continue Generally I from their port.oMo. lie tolMrtkfwelcnta ttoard. C1 O I>. .order, whether tab ..
...". .............,; p fM6I11lag eIt J. U Burton, miporinUndMit. PMaobwUc fod Mm M me a rr IMwtoli** ibisl.ewUut raworable" for the application of of parkas' are given: one by panel put or,....* ar not
...;ilsd..taN .. .w D. 1-1'. V.a' .nrto II at 11 a. m. and I .. ... opoatarTh runau and It I i. h.....'that oil pew.Ie tjtttir. wh* I ID*.; S ... 4H .bhetteuabl. and wtl be :J C 1
1i Nilw+t.e.w.t prtlddspt.'A Bpwarth LHcIIe, 1:II: IsNtyra.0iat0 Rv. O. A. Utly. of Mrmphlt.T planning. ,to UM fungus a.*4atwhltrfly ..: I culture, | Ika. ,; | Mtturen. t ... p""mp'l'"
'! J pls.).tr. bbl4 rerr.tpt.. LHl'ue, it00. .*.... to *ap* t.4 .. arrive the Bret on ettru trill send thtr r..., Ibe. l t*tt<_ mm foim NOW. 'I
1''trtet 'tr.......;; Prayer ...\1.. WtdneodayI ... ._' 111' (4 Bepttmbor. ate, take up bU dude I o.urt for It wbll the weather eon ailllllllUIIIHUUIIIIIIHUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUIII
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\ Sunday: are :*t tit. day morning. Tb* ROT ... R. 1\.111. the ."" trees nod tile eat to Tk eoata plea I WELL I
Lochrl bom In _j'..l 11K worth will preach. ....
m; 8uad y MhootCHURCH Ir There will b* a tofc&tmtt ....Un. or I -- -- -
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OP CIUUCT":. at I:It Mosday.PeninsrTbs. ,_IIn_..... .. .,..,._.. .q,_,..- --- _4.>011 '
Corner .f Pin arvnai. and Pine B* T W. Whlt- J 4 I THE NOES KNOW 1
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at 11145. at t*.11 n,a.direr Iq.:$*eomnunto*/ EldtrAtom rooted month at and lla.rn.anfl Io.rtJ iradnyi p. m. of SunderSchool each| t1 dPI i A GOOD THING, .,
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evening Mj j 1. ,
Ptn A" ..... 1,. a Mowry, fMtor. t.at.Prtneetor.The;
R'.. T W. WbMr 1924. Offered 90 Lots. .
Sunday Reboot at,tphy ,a 5Lj U. 'QI' Only 11 g ',
'lIp.f titl.ndentPrscblag Mr.t worth, patter Sunday school at I ;
"t "lc.'tt.1U.'ia. fnjjl p. m. I f and preaching at (. prayer meeting Friday evening at
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Liohn.-Th e R.v. d. P Jackton, ... .....-The Key T. W Whlf :; Our Next Good Thing' "I
Strctor. saodrlcb) ohat} It rP.' lotkt worth Bailor Church, tervtoe tin!t
morptogrn4ce *n4 i erqioiat; 1 11 and third Sundays of each month a+tIt I *"
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(lock, ii'' .U. r ,oot J, ,w) a. tnrvnd- x mi Junior iwag w* Ij on 'Thursday Morning, .i .
,---' ,.,,", aLJy MI.,..M ar I lIeft,Wt {Ik Ii j August 21st. 1 .... .'
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,11I D1QAlt1'4'L:.f IH00. Is I worth; .uperlntend.nti Sunday< echooll j h ,. ,'
The "'hI'er elMt'!'! -Th' 10 a. raH E. 8. K.lly, up.rlnl.n i ', f. ,1i i
.eKl. )''f..i."pc.49y..pea4oit.1Pa, } ayrichb.bst d.nt: Benlor..Learu. at T:|Icosnivsmr r i '' '
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j0 Capt{C.S >*ourb. Prayetih.Jae' ve''' fue.la y.irspjgatfat ( i Heights
tiptrlnt.nd.nt; "or.r.I.n..a. m. and ..> ) f" f cARANJA i ii ". ,' .
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""' 'jfrrfV :.:': '.: .. i iMnrlda ij Tho Rev Dr. Wm I Carter paitor. i Avenue, at 36th Street. I
dirt Oofimnaity Omrcit Sunday school at 1 'pin'\ Toor| 11 t es i 1
opl '* Society at AW t ''pr,...fciKrvloe s
i r h".t\otl f :1r 1 1rrietrlanpaatos S(in.ear > I! First Half Day's Sale Over ,
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8et:be gala drd 'u"tday Its Ie1 .
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4.nlo.: non,t' tIMa1U.* ft*
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PlUYEltMFLTIXiNext :
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World,",10ventnc ream ':r..;' 1AI atixluty Wednesday kfternoon flep- j ,

.ember I, the cottage prayer meeting 1Rea. j g our tipiandiec.us. :t. ;
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Sunday eohqol a 14:SO, Mlei stills ( =
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'Turner luperlntendont Epworth Anyone wishing to have the prayer t'hotui Wide World I'lMloo.Carefully i: "E. 'DNoe & Son:w ,: :; G

league,'. t;19 p. m. Walter' Roller' Meeting at her home will please notify protected from heat and cold In a hermetically I,.
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l MCTftDDIST, MlEB" ,i O. Stradley. the world is kept at the U'' S. Naval Observatory in Wash. Melrose Properties Inc. B
Florida aty.-Tke Rev J. W Hill ,
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Kotblnf: comfjwUhout effort per electrically every thirty I
pattor Sunday chool at 10 a.mMrv
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1 W,.,.J. Carte!.",,aupirlnteBdept. hap It. the very fact that every rose is a twenty-four hour clock. The clock is a Reifler German 201 Commercial Bank Building
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In l-rlnrr of Walni [...lg. In 104cc 1 bring the anniversary of lain lrath n' Maeeachuartts, New Itampe sire and and wee recipient of considerable. at-
FREEMASONRY OBSERVES MANY In loll and It will he lovingly mmbre I I Nw Jersey who died on that date \In ti>rrtk>n from HI* fraternal brethren
PfdPrlck the lrat U the moat of him that he wan a itntfnr and earnest I 1767. He was made a Mason in London throughout the nation
ANNIVERSARIES OF NOTABLES AND) tuna,.. Macon of German history Maoon who did not hesitate to proclaim I I In ITM and so far as I* knowr Walter Scott's connection with the
In UKl leth century ,.....muonry was hi* membership at all appropriate Is the earliest Master Haaon resident Maeontr craft I I. rofrssabered. on the
HEROES( IN MONell OF AUGUST nourishing! In Europe but thor were time and places. Bhrlners will In AmertOVrOne i I ICrlh his Ijirthtlny He WM born Inin
net forget how Be aUngted with them I *
no ooor4lnatio or taadanllaaUon of tit Mt* BMBt famouo MvMt I.
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the varloiw degrOMi Ua4r tb* ..- the PennsylvaniaAvenue AmeHcan I* the wiaard of BantaRosa.
Washington. Farragut, Napoleon Bonaparte, Lafayette, d.*toc the krtee. owrvontla WawaA I
tkorltr of rrdrtek the OroM tb* Luther wfc1** euocowful Live there a man wh Mai M dead
President Harding and Burbank Are Masons Who Amrlent add ....ii>.d degrees o< ftcottUb In WaaklBftoai. i Mi, nor WIll eiperimeM with fruits Md now-
Are Remembered During This Month. RU wore Mtaliltehod and. ICsfeht ..*...la. .Mrget hi.* beauUf ally ere have gvo*> hlM. .. Intentatleeial who never to hlnuMf has said, "I
-- It to amid, the BM M the double beaded etoqiM and vpiming mMsag r*>.....>.Bi lad placed him to the wonder V Henry Ford'would bo IDpropcwlUon -
rmBBMABONKT oefebrate maoyJ lutionary>> Umai In oonMnsmoratlon of .*|.., whloh wa the heraldic alga M road t.the Knights .Templar ot Holly fol'll'\ltllt' of creative gonlaeen.Luther tree d jjHt" '>l. ?--ELi
; annlversarl .In Au,... mem.trlsll the fiaUM Of Ortskany, fought la the hits hou and. ,U the .Iat.* 0.. symbol wood a few hour before b* pissed Burbaok breams a Mown In
lng great HUM who have kael( at year 1'''. th* etraagoet and. bloodlotbaetto .I ......h Rite Frtemuonry. was .way.Presldeat.
Maaonlq' tlUn and Mien the each Of the) war. Tile spectacular! I grBeajl to the newly organlied orator Harding wu raised ft,I fornia.'
Mil 'rVftambrr/rtg tMHr BtfifeVenfMelTIM 1 ioWtragM-deUn" are-taewttt. *awry ae a sign. of royal rvepgniUo* and approval Master Mason I* 'Marlon tx>.dgM'.. I h* did not .affltlat with the fraternity
lift date that ctolm Mssoale MBOOI boy, Tb Core that wa sent rredef rk the ttreat wa. to, on August 51. Ult He received, until lrt In Ufa b* I* makthgp In
attention I Ia August t. Upon! 1$*, :tt1I... Fort Btanwti wa *om> mad a Maaaa hi tomtom Lodge. the degree of the Scottish Rite and Interest and appreciation. for the long
date, In 17l, the rather of .....b.u.ni. nm/d by General Nlohola Herfc- Rafnbarg. Avgiwr 14. Hi Bad two had been elected to rooelv the Thirty deIs#. '
try wu raised' a MH..V |'M9"V4iFrederkksburg &av... wa4 waa a member of (t. Pal.Vo. years later h* wu maple the Master third Degree by the Supreme Coun-' Lafayette) A
Lodge, fie: -d, iVdrtrtoksburg rlhtlJHl.. I of JohnatowB. S.r of til od(4 "' i ,,- ci l\tOt the Northrrn ,urlsdlctloni Lafayette arrived. In New Tork on
Vlrglnl' Thirty-five ,tire Uerklmer, cUed t.; JJ.polo en with
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I Honapart Uniting again th tnolent the August II. ll>4, for the purpose of
.jpur k. Wears &*Ursf1' ,Mst'..Af1; Ir9>.aft r IB* ""lfotflrrom) the wound Tilt|>annlverearr of th* birth ftN modern on Aurwrt; II Mas6nJ kge* making a Masonic tour of the United
Alexandria Lelg*. )... AunndVlo.. ., UGeJv.t..J. \ "pole o Bonaparte: .. August Ifint. wlU pay bMM| .* td the tnemSfcy! of Kate H* Virginia\ lodge N*., lt",<* >lt_ WashjngjoB!:: I.ant riled of 4tyu. ;iiev\lut|' aarr general waaUrn eonjtroveralea oonoernUg the relation
tit. tfasonlA asde1a6on* durinf AiigUit T, it41. He wa a nwnvMr fo MapoleoB to rreenyuioarr. Many { "
Ala. long lU.."'** i, .nr public avoir of a lojg. In Rhode eland and trujrtworta )Miuonl kUrtorlaa state ,I OIAS. MURRAY 9r4
Restaurants I
ala i *f TiM J 3rtep.t. tilt.Cyan and his. word A Mwonto\ : !rnbUiri adbund. his Napoleon wa*made a Mason at Malt And reMauraat may may come go,
'>belief In, 114' prlOfltBlea. P ( neck all through the, Resolution. III 1TIV although It 1* claimed brother But wo go en (orev.l-i Consulting:Engineer ;
j dllftraJ r ilnvagut. I 1. ; )JfCJDlOl JJpdI.... (that the record are somewhat ) j
Coming down toh.. day e( the Every American patriot, whether fe uncertain. There I* abundant *vtde RECTOR'S ROOM I Tlorn BulldlnfKomestend 4
Civil w.... August I will be the anfclvertary -I'Mason or not, should pay tribute lo "e*, 1100'''. that Napoleon lad CAFElaoorporat.d Fla. Doion ',,
of the Battl of Mobile Bar the memory Of George Canning, the hi..'fcmp'reea Joeephlne".disposed ;: -, "
In the year 111. at wtilc* Urn Admiral fanfouo English tateoman who died 10 be wrY friendly toward the frater- tAn
Farragiit |fn "oemmand .f the' August ..' )'IT. .C *nng! has been nit,. There I* little doubt that la the 40 East Flagler StreetLOAIIJ. Sewerage Water 8aptyParing" a Hot Day
Votes fleet of II wooden ve..ehe and given. the credit of suggesting the po- early year of the tint eoural' sheen Dral.agellubdivi.lone '
'4 Ironclad Onimltorsr attacked the lldoat doctrine which later wa* enunciated he wa an earned advocate of these I'L RW4 Emereon Ian in your "
two trout .u. rem Morgan and I br FrMldcnt tlro And bear rlnelple of Justice truth a id rot. office will make every summer -
Fort Gaines,, that guarded the entrance bin name.. Canning w.* a eonitant rhood for which Freemasonry has day like a balmy day ,
to Mobil Bar, ran through tbs than.Itch enemf of the Holy Aniano an alliance always etood. A* h* maled the dlity in May. Jh result Is more .;
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which bed born planted' With of abeolutlet monarch and the heightof power and glory these t mental energy-greater '
torpedo mint, and engaged: and ,.. Vatloanf opposition lo the rising rtiiclple retired Into the backgroundand I business efficiency. .
Itroyed the Confederate iaavst 'fore* tide. Of republloanlera. Canning served the democrat wu transformed Into Emefsoa) fan are mad In aB'tjrpee
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of four ships Inl4. Thl vat the notice epos the chancellor of Europe the tyrant Little wonder that Homestead Garage -beta- tlalieaary andecillatlnf f
eoeailo''Ibis h* gaee utterance1 to tba the power of Orat Britain whatever Basootatlon he had with the allei***. AO
the etclamatloni .'Dtthe torp. wu behind the proclamation of th do'*t Do ahead. Admiral David American pr*.ldnt. Thl forthright hive changed. to Indifference In the .rre, K 1 .peed*. Sold
O. rarragut WM a Mason and hi. position of the British prim .....nl..rI later ,...... year under factory five.
burial service. "' .. conducted J>y the I prevented as attack upon the young President HardingI AUTHORIZED ..,.......... '
Maaonlc lodg at Portsmouth, KwHampshire. ,deAoeracr aoroe the lea. Lord Hoi- The.large eel* ; \ "
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:land declared that Canning "ha the cry et Emerieu I
The following day. August I. Ma. i finest ,logical Intellect In KuropOeorrt *.- thirsty warrior emperor 10 the gentle EXIDE SERVICE ,STATION fw w due t* .!
onto memortt will retort to Revo Canning wa mad a Meson spirited Werren O. Warding. August .....d1e..
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nee of the corporation shall b* eon- Land Company Subdivision said Leader, a newspaper published la said. i Ida, and that It., principal office I*' Twenty acre of thl land ha Irrigation .

ducted by the following offlrw, lot helms the Northeast corner County and Bute located In the City of Portland, Slat plant with pip running

I i: LEGAL NOTICES J I Robert A. Quo.., President; Peter of Southwest Tenth Avenue, and This July Ith, 1114. of Main, and that there) I is no porno* midway through each tea cores.
r r, DeNutt. Vlc..i>MHlldent! Caesar Hyndrlokx Southwest Third Btreot In the BEN BHEPARD. In the State et Florida. the service* of
ertary-Truurer; and Rob- City of Miami. Dad County, (Ct Ct. Seal.) Clerk Circuit O*.rt a Subpoena In Chancery upon whom with Inexbaiutabl water supply
:; NOTICE of ivTEimo1 TO APPLY McClun.* would bind the said defendant
art A. Gideon Peter DeNutt and Florida; By U. F. Uad ken been deeply scarified. ha
FOR LErruta 'ATE TNotl. CLo..k.W It I therefore ordered that Boston
Caesar Heyndrlokx.. Director Th. that the amount of the Indebtedness Deputy *
office of Treasurer may be held by under which. the writ of attachment F; PERRY and Florida Atlantic Coast Land Company top dressing ot glade dirt and land

... .. hereby 1glva that the on. either the President. Vtc-Prldnt was issued I* the sum of four hundred Solicitor for Complainant I-U a Corporation. under and by vlr- and can be cultivated with say kind
4erlgnd will apply to th. Honorable twenty-flv ((tILlol dollanl I turo *f tba....* of the Stats *t
Cary A. Hard, Governor of the stat or Secretary .0' other periom a* the be I .rI_.
by-law designate NOW THEREFORE) unless you the HiOTICE I Main, ..1It hereby requiredto
.of Florida, at Tallahassee, Florid the may AUTU'LK VI aid A. C Farb, and all persona interested NOTICE ta hereby gives that Paul- appear to th* Hill of Complaint llama ha good dwelling ban, outhouses
4th day of September A. I>. till at The highest amount ot Indebtednest In the above styled action or lee Hoseathal Chapman Intend to filed In th* said cause oa or before
I It o'clock in the forenoon for letwr Monday the first day of September ; about two aid on* half
of liability to which the corporationmay the above described property appear apply to th. Judge of the Circuit
I' patent Incorporating Heyndrhkx; kOldeon at any time cubjeet Itself shall before) the County Court ot Dade Court In and for Dad County, Florida A. 1). llll; otherwise the allegations mil** from town M oil road.

Co, Ina.. under the InllropO..1 be limited to Fifty Thousand (fiO.- County 1orlda on or before the led e* October IT, 1114, for a licence ef the said Bill will be taken IIIooofd
charter, the original' of tOO.OO Dollar. day ot November: A D. 1114, said day t* manage, take charge ei and control by the said defendant Reaaoa for renting, not financially
which I* tow on file In the nltloo of ARTICLE VII being a Rule Day of said Court judgment her property and to become a free It I* further ordered that this ordr able to farm tomato and other
IIha Secretary ot the Stale of Florida. will be rendered against the b* published once a week for
Th name and realdencs. of the you denier lit every respect In the nameof business taking time,
RORERT A. GIDEON subscribers and corporator and the aid A. C. Farb, and your property Pauline Roeenthal.Dated four eonsscutlv week la Th* Homestead ny

PETER: DsNUTTB! amount .ubecrtbed, by each .r. a* old to satisfy "'ORDERED" thin August II, ItC4 Leader, a newspaper published Rent rcasonabl. Will _leae until Mar
CAESAR HEYNDRICKX; follows DONE AND at the PAULINE ROSENTHAL CHAPMAN in the County ot Dodo and the State
Bharo County Court House, MiamI Dade 11-11. of Florida. 11th lltl whole plaoe. For further
rnorosrn CHARTER OF UEYNDKICKX
County, Florida, tide the lltk day of Dated thle lltu day of July, A. IX particular address 0. X
t oo., lira Robert A, Gideon Miami Fta. .... 4 1114,
The tmderslzned h.robclat.* Caesar Heyndrickx, Miami, Fla,.... 4 August A. D. 1114.J., B. HAWKINS, NOTICE OP SPECIAL KAvTER BEN SHEPARD. Saundera Homestead, or at Dial

!?' themselves together for the purposeof Peter DeNutte, Miami, KIs._..__ 1 HALE .
(Ct Ct Beat) Clerk Circuit Court (Ct. Ct Mal) Clerk Circuit, Court Highway Q....,.. Il-tf.
becoming incorporated and tom e- KOKRflT A. GIDEON Helen IN THE CIRCUIT DOUR or THE: By H. r. ..oelune). .
By Penney,
Int a oorporallon under the. lam of PET }I\ DeNUTTKCAE8AR : ELEVENTH JUDICIAL' CIRCUITIN << :Deputy Clerk

( the State of Florida with the following HKTNDUICKX H. W. MoCAY, Deputy Clerk ADD FOR DAIIE COliXTY. W. W. Trammel and Marry Gordon, FOR nBNT-lit send food tomato

proposal charter: STATE OF UtRIDA, FI.OIUDA .o"elton.for Complainant. l-ll
Solicitor for Plaintiff. 11-11
J' In malt with
land large or tracts
ARTICLE I COUNTY Or DADE. .. Chancery

Th. nim of thl corporation hall liefor me the undersigned authority IS' THE CIRCUIT COURT. FLEV-: ; or without building*. AIM mule
lCVllK It AND
be Heyndrlckx: *. Gideon Co. Ino. Ito personally appeared Robert A.Olds.aesar ENTH JIDICIAL CIRTtlT, JAMES: P. COOPER, Complainant CIRCVTT COI'RT and machinery for hire tlv 4
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Heyndrlckx and Peter FOIL DAI K tXM'NTY
r .;. principal place of buslnese hall be DeNutto, to me known to be the Individual BADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. O. H.versus HOLLAND, Defendant OF KIOIUDA.In mile northwest of Gould B. J.
In tho of Miami. Dad la
City County Chancery
Florida. Tho sale corporation thai! described In and who executed Public notice I. hereby given by tloeIInd.I'III..eI Chancery McGraw, Homestead R. r. O. T-tf.
: th* foregoing Article of Incorporation a* Special Master under MO. We
hav full l ana authority to
power and each .being by me first THEODORE F. ANQERMAK, and by virtue of Decree of For*.
transact bu.ln.M and to establish office FOR SALE
and agenda In such other plaee* duly sworn each did severally ao- ...nou.KATHIRrNIII. closure. made In this cause, that k* CLARA nOM D ALICE! ROB

: within and without lb. But of Florida knowledge the execution and that the : ) ANOKRMAN. will OB Monday the lot day of September ferns soles, Complainant
same was subscribed by each for thou BILL EDIt" DIVORCE A. D 1114 between the hour ..*..u. FOR BALK-oOood working mule
and In foreign eountrle a. It* I
p and therein expressed. It affidavit o'clock la the forenoon and .
purpose appearing by appendedto fo eleven RAYMOND JOSEPH FOREST D*
Board of Directors authorise.
}! 'C ARTICLE may>; II Signed and acknowledged title lath the bill filed la the above Mated two o'clock In the afternoon at the fendantXOT1CK, harness and wagon-all la good

1111 s day et July A. Di, I.I4, at Miami, cause, that Katherine Angerman the South Front nor of tho County CourtHouse OP MAHTF.R'S SAId! condition.; Addres Box ITT Horn
The general nature of the buslnm Florida Defendant therein named I. a DOli.reold.nt la Miami, Florida, offer for I Notice I 10 hereby given that the un. .
I to b* transacted by lull corporation (N. P. Seal) FLORA BAVNDERR, of the State of Florida, and ..... and sell at such auction to the doralgned a* Special MaMer In Chancery Mead Fla. It-U.

hall b* a* follown Notary Public, Rate of Florida, at I I. resident of Tottenvllle. New York, highest and best bidder for cash, all herein, tinder and by virtue ota

To conduct a real estate agency. large. My commission expire July that there I Ie no person In the Mat and singular, the following .ecrll<*d final decree ot foreclosure rendered PIANO WANTED: -Homestead Luncheon .

Inaurane and brokerage buelnee and I. llll. l-.. of Florida, th* eervlce of a subpoena land *lt.atd In Pad County, Florida I* that certain cause lately pendingIn Club U looking for a toed
to purchase, buy, own hold control upon whom would bind tuck Defendant to-wtt] the Circuit Court x>f the Eleventh
develop, Improve, pledce, mortgage, ; and that she I I. over the age "All that part of Id* South Judicial Circuit In and for Dad. County used plan at a reasonable prlc.
leaee, exchange or otherwleo acquire IN THR ciRrrrr COURT OF Tine: ot twenty-on yean; It I* therefore east quarter of the Northeast state ot Floras", In Chancery Case Sec Gordon Thempeon or Everett
and dl.po*. ef real estate and peraonal l.LF.VUNTH JUDICIAL CIR- ordered that said non-resident l)*. quarter of the Southwest quarter No. fell wherein Clara lies and
I; property, or any Interest therein, for G41UOl : DrilgDE::: fondant b* and she t* hereby. required lying Southeasterly of a line I Alice Ross, fern soles I !wr. complainant : Tracy or apply oar of Leader ll-tf.

the corporation and for other persona, to appear to the Bill of Complaint filed which la parallel to and on* hundred and Raymond Joseph Forest ......

firm. or corporation: to construct, In OiMcev* in said cause on or before Monday, the feet distant Southeasterly, defendant, will Oil Monday, the elk FOR BALE-Beautiful .U..,.....,.

equip repair, and Improve houee, Complainant Itll day ot October A. D. 1114. otherwise of and measured at right angle day ot October. A, D. n... the same .
'l>olldlnl(., etroets. highway, sidewalks IDA BITROER the allegations of said bill will from the center line of th* Florida being a legal sales day, between the Persian kitten. ,. .phon. ...n

,,' fill and other etructure and tm WILLveIAM Defendant b* taken a* confessed by said Defend East Coast Railway a* now hours of eleven II 11001: ) o'clock A. M. or addree Box lit, Florida City

rovementi: to lay off plat and subdivide HUROER. ant. located and constructed ever and and two (I:60) o'clock P M. In front
land Into blocks and lote and HILL FOH DIVORCE: It I. further ordered that order be across Section twenty-three, to_. t>f the South Door ot the County CourtHouse
>* o < o e i9< > o *x
and OIU) .:.H OF riKIJCATIONIt published one a week for tour con '
to dedicate therein parka, streets hip II South, Rang II East In Miami, Dad County, Klor
highway; to conduct a general mercantile appearing by affidavit appendedto ecutlve week In the Homestead, ,' containing\ nine and II.... acre*, Ida, offer for sale at publl outcry for
'it. business for th. pale of mer- the Hill of Complaint.the atorq.styled Leader, a newspaper published In mid more or less." cash to the highest bidder or bidders, Homestead Plumbing Co. ] i
William
handle; to carry on and conduct cause, that th* defendant County and State. Bald sale being for till purpose of the aePlbed property, altos
t general real estate or rent collecting Burger therein named. In a nonresident and- Thl August llth lilt satisfying the dear** of this court (:r on''U'beingla Dad County, a MAN LET

,'t business on commteelon or other- I* a resident of the of State Chandler ot Florida, Oklahomawith (Ct Ct. Seal) Clerk BEN Circuit SHEPARD Court. At the gala, any parties t* the Milteither Florida, to-wit. Licensed sanitary plumber
j' wise and to undertake and assume; Lot Fifteen (II) of Block Four
tho management of aU kinds of property his street address Rout I. Box By E. B. I-e.thermen, otherwise complainant become or defendant or (6) of WESTEND PARK, a sub. Pin Street, opposite School
a purchaser.
; to subscribe for buy, sell, .- It, Chandler Oklahoma; that there Deputy Clwk may division la Dad County, Florida,
(Ct. Ct. Seal) SIMEON BtXWHIKKO. riion II." Box 414
d\ In the But of Florida
count, pledge or otherwleo acquire, I. no person GORDON R. BROOME.: III per amended plat thereof.. I
deal l In or dispose of promlewrnote.. upon whom would bind such defendant Solicitor for Complainant !!-!. 1-11 Special Master corded In Plat Book I, page 141, Notice--I have no connection

commercial paper, bonds debenture, that ho I* ever the age' of twtn- 1ST COURT OF THE COUNTY of tae Publlo Record of Dad with P r Manley, the pal at....
and evidence IN THE! cnWVIT COURT OF TUB County, Florida)
;x. securities, obligation tyirniaT'HEREFORB'
ORDERED! .tDCK. STATE OF FLORIDA.
the tarn t* be sold t* satisfy said decree
or debt of every character, to borrow; non-resident defendant ELEVENTH JlDICIAIi ( lit. DADa COUNTYIN -
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and lend money on note*, bonde or CHIT: IN AND FOR DADE and cost*
b and I* hereby required to appear
without security COUNTY FLORIDA HARRY HAWKING
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r" other security, or ,
'f, to borrow money and occur the urn to the Bill of Complaint. filed th In raid Ith RB ESTATE OIP OEORQE W. Special Master I* Chancery,
otherwise owing by cause on or before Monday, FRED FEATHBrtSTONE. Plaintiff Carl A. RileM.. H. Roaenheuse,
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Ii and secure money VERGE Deceased. .
," mortgage*, ,deeds, trust deed bond day of October, A. D. 1114 otherwiseth versusJAMEM SuHclttxr for Complainants, 11-11 SEE J. C. VANN
said bill will betaken .
of the corpora'tlon allegation of FARRINOTON. Defendant.OTICE To All Creditor, Legatee*, Duetrlmi.tees .
obligation
other
or a* confessed by said defendant.IT and All Persons Having Claim:
the Board of OF V HIT OF ATTACHMENT
upon ouch term a* 18 FURTHER ORDERED: THAT .. Demand AgelmH Said Estate !|I ADDS
Director authorlMt to create a j I J
may FORMarketing
trust or trust and to execute trust this Order ot Publication be publishedone TO JAMES FAHR1NOTON CHICAGO. You and each ot you are hereby
a week for four consecutive, notified I and required to present
TO any
to twu and dlepo of the ILLINOIS. AND WHOM
took deeds; bond or other obligation of week In the Homestead Leader, a CONCERNEDYOU :- claims I and demand which you or WANTED: -Salesman with eiperlenoe Fruits and

thus corporation, In payment ot property newspaper published In said County AUlD HEREBY NOTIFIED, either ttt you may hav against the' In mo..'* wear oto.... Permanent 1
(t for and IIt&to. that la the above .tat* of George W. Verge deceased,
by styled writ
purehaiod or acquired cause a
In about Dated August 18th, 1114. of attachment been tats of Sober Island Nova Scotia' te position for capable person In. Vegetables
any other lawful object or issued against
terme the BEN SHEPARD, James and the undersigned administrator of said experienced penon need not apply,
It* .buslne, upon such a* Farrlngton against all and
authorize! to (Ct Ct Seal) Clerk Circuit Court singular Isis goods and estato, within two year from the data '
Board ot Director may chatties land )1& Homestead
By E. B. Leatherman, &* Place. Fla. ll-tf Homestead Fla.
of last publication of thl notion, orsame
aCQulr., purchase, collect and enforce Clerk. tenaments, and the following described" I ,
II." Deputy wtll be barred.Dated .
by any or all remedies at law or Inequity property ha been levied upon and
.., against by the I June 10, It 14.I W.\N1'ED-H.ol and B s
any and all note, mort. OF TILEfLM:1EbTH Sheriff ot Dad County. fryer* sure
ur THE ciRrtrr COVRT I ALEXANDER: L. HARTLItJO,
Judgment, decrees, lion' ": Florida, to-witi to Rate ymir t sweet frft u there
i "h.n:; ; JEDICIAL''Itt-; Administrator of Estate vt George
Southeast
BE of
other obligation or quarter ( %)
and
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,, tlon belonging to the Company or *... CUIT IV AND FLORIDA FOR DADS' the Southwest quarter ( WtOof w Verge, Deceased 1-11 Will b* no dickering. Add..... FLORIDA EAST COAST

,Igned to It, or otherwise _..Ir.d COUNTY la the Houthwest quarter ($BWH George I. KnewUa, llll V Miami RAILWAY
by It; to Mt a* agent for Iniuranc ChanceryQEHOMFl of Serbs twenty-two (II) Township IN THE rinrurr COURT OF THE
oomputle in soliciting ..receiving. fifty-three (ll) South of ELIVKVVII: : ji nuiAt rnu-uiT Ave, Miami, fla.. '.tt Flsjrler; System

application for fire, casualty, accident MEADOWS, ComplainantGABRIEL Rang forty-one (It) East, situate 1.1 AMI FOK DADS: (VOUN OOMBKNHKU SCIIEDCUCB
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life, health and all other kind. MEADOWS Defendant tying and being in the County IV, FUMHDAla TRACTOR WANTED-Wapt to buya Effective Jun II
and to collect of Dad, and Stat of Chancery
and olaiee* of Insurance Florida
For Further Informatloai
imORTKORDMI
HILL FOR Sea the
I good tractor, Give full In/orma-
the premium. thereon and to that the amount of the Indebtedness
OP PINMCATIO TV-kr AgmtPEPARTUItm
do and perform all other act incident It appearing by affidavit appendedto under which the writ of attachmentwas ELLA NOBLE, Complainant, tlon price and term. to P. 0. Boodle : FROM HOME.

therewith; to act a* factor, broker the Issued in the sum of three thousand versus Miami Fla.. '.U. STEADNOUTHIUVND
storestyl.d
the Bill of Complaint la ,
i 1. Vt. NOnLK Defendant
custom house broker or agent! to trade three hundred thirty dollar aad '
that th Defendant
IB, deal'In, buy. or sell Import or export Gabriel cause Meadows, therein* named I* a thirty three cents (II.III.II: It ORDER FOB rUHUCATIOX affidavit N., SS Onarh aril fihwpcn l>4_. a. t...
of NOW THEREFORE the appearing by appendedto '
article
unless
jhny commodity or Florid you FOR IUCI'IT No II ... .
aon-mldsnt ot th But of Cosrhr .Ills p. BV
the bill filed In the aforementionedcause
aid James
commerce, and generally t* do any Harrington, and all person
,, be and I* a resident *t New York City Interested In the above styled actionor that J. W. Noble I* a noa-rral- JIIORTImOUJIII
and thing which may :
all act
and beneficial or profitable to the oorporatlon New York, with his address 010 W the above desvrlbed property, appear dent of the Slat of Florida and hi* FOR RENTi About thirty acres ofa ifs, M Coauhe. awl Skvper 1 1,ill p. nHo ; .

or which may b* necessary 140 Street, New York City New before th* Circuit I Court Dad reeld.nee and present adds.- inc good pinG land a* there I* In SS Coaches -.__...livl sj, ..

,. or expedient to accomplish the object York: that of Florida there I*the no service person of In a County, Florida, on or before the lid Main Street. .tender.onvlll.; :: C.; South Dade for tomato* or any J. D. BADER. '

'f" and plll'p..... of the corporation the Stag whom would bind day of November. A. D. lit, said that there I* no person la tho Stale Omoral fn ssug r Afiwi I
and to do any aid all thing Incident subpoena upon day being a Rule Dy of said Court, of Florida th* service of a subpoena I other truck farming.
h 1. the _
Defendant that _
such ; over
to corporation. It I* the Intention judgment will be rendered against you spas ,whom would bind luck defendant r

\, that such object power or business age ef II twenty-one THEREFORE: year ORDERED the said James Farrlngton, and your and that b. 1* ever the ag of
hereinbefore. enumerated hall Include IT property told to salary said Judgment twent)'-.". year .
all Incidental or Implied power a* that th* said non-resident be and he DONE AND GRUELING: at the IT IB FURTHER ORDERED that J

may be reasonably necessary for the la hereby required filed t* appear In said t* the County Court House, Miami Dade said! non-resldsnt defendant be and lie SELLING

proper exercise of the power, object BIU of Complaint tile Ith cans of County, Florida, this the Hth day of I I. hereby required to appear to the
before Monday day
on or August, A. D. 1114 Bill et Complaint filed In said aus* a
Of the corporation.AiniCLKIII
bulM
or October A. D. 1114, other wine the
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BEN SHEPARD Oil or before Monday, the tint day Tomato Land Trucking Land
said bill will fa take and
The amount of the. capital Mock allegations of (Ct. Ct Seam) Clerk Clroull Cert. of September A. D. lit, otherwise..
said Defendant.
of this corporation hall b* Tn Thousand a* confessed by By B. B. Leathermaa, the allegation of aald bill will betaken
FURTHER ORDERED that
Into hundred IT II Deputy CI.rll.. a* confessed by aald defendant
Dollar. divided ono That't My Biulnnt
this Order ef Publication b* published
IL W. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED
share ot the par value of On. Hundred MCCAY. that
week for four oonnecuttv
Dollar each, fifty per cent of one a Solicitor for Plaintiff, 11-11 thl order tie published one a week
week in tile Homestead Leader, a

the In property capital stock labor my or .service be paid, at for a newspaper published In said County I." THE ciRnnr COIRT, FLETfcurra Homestead for' four consecutive leader, a week weekly la newspaper the B. II, EDWARDS Florida City, Florida ::

Director "> wim-tAL tiiuirr published In said Ceuat> end
Just valuation to be fixed by the DSd'Angurt Hth. Itt 4BEN ,

.., at a meeting to bo.called for BHEPARD. DADE COUNTY.!. CluusneryPEARLR FLOKIOA Slat Dated July. tltk, .1114. Special RtprtiraUtivt Ttlum Broi.J ,

,. that Yurpo AtRTICLF. IT (Ct Ct Bal Clerk Circuit C*" rt BEN SHCPARD.:

This corporation halt hart per. By K. B. Leatherman, EVERKOLE, (Ct Ct Beat) Clerk Clreult Court =
Clerk
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I.f Tim CtHJjrTY rOtBT IW! ANDFOR '
The II.....** or the corporation DAUB COVOTY ELORiIAFRED FLORIDA MOTOR TRANSPORTATION CO.
II 131 THE CIRCTTT CT>I'ITT OF THE:
"' 'I .shall be conducted by a President appearing by affidavit appendedto '
ii A'lco-Precldent.. f-creUry and 'Trwurarer th. bill lied la th* abov stated ELEVENTH """DU'JAII Mlwt'lT MIAMI Tt) FLORIDA CITY P7dRUA CRT TO MIAMI 9 dm

and a Board of Director to eonetetot FEATHER8TONB plaintiff.A eas that Dayton En......, the Defendant OF FI/ORJOA. It AND FORD
......... s en. p.mn. mi in a r.. p m.
net I.** the thus. nor nor than therein aemed is a .*..reeI. UK COUNTY sIwm
Bin member The number of Director O. PARR, Defendant, dais ot the Stale of Florida and I* a IB rhanrvry :00 1 :Oe Io.'l' a 10:1u Iorl ty :1 1 1iI
to be fixed by the b.la_ NOTICE OP VI-HIT or ATTACH resident of No. lit Park Street. Cam. .... TMI .. 1:11: fe:111:1515:1110:10: : Hoeeestaa4 7,10 10:001110 edeKeedal

"The by-law of the corporation may MKNT bertand. Maryland; that there I* an 1:15: tete: 1:00 1:10: 10:10: Medellt .... 1:01: 10:11 1:10 4:41Ilensen
"a provide for additional officer and TO A. C. PARR' OALVESTOW, TEXAS : person I* the Mat of Florida, the R. II:. MCDONALD AND J, a LONG; 1:11 IS:111:111:11: 10:11: Naranja ..-. DIe 10te: 1:10 4aeRookdal0 :

,, 1'1. _nut and the manner of ehotco *. AND TO WHOM CONCERN. oel'YlcO of a subpoena npoa whom" Complainants 1:10: 11:111:111:1110111 Prlnsetos .. 1IS 10:111:11: 4:51:

'.., way be necessary.. The director ihall fcl):- would bind such Defendant! and that ..erneBOSTON Pcrrtae -_ 1:44: le:4e 1:44 1:14 10:44 Black Toles 7:17 10:57 1:17 1:07Peter' :

f be ebo**. annually by the stock hold.r YOU ARM HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat : he t* ever the age ot twenty-one year: AND FLORIDA ATLANTIC 5:4510,401:411:1010:45: Goulds 4....... :el filet 1:111el:
*. The annual meeting of the mock la the above styled ...... a writ it to therefore ordered that said Bn- COASTS LAND COMPANY.' CORPORATIOM. Oowlde ........, Sae 11:10 1:11 1:15 10:55: Psteps ........,,. 1:11 11111 1:41 1:11Biaek
holder ball be hsld on fist. third of attachment ha bn l.ued. againstA. nwtdeat Defendant lie sad h. i* hereby STATE Of MAINE. poled Let 11:0111:11 $:01 11e1 Perrln0 1:11: 11115 1411:11Prissetea :

i Taeeday U January ot each year *nIM C. Faro and against all sad slsirn-" reqnlnd t* appear to the Bill of XT A I* Defendants.OKDKH 1:11 11e7 1:07 eeT: 11:01 Rochdale _. Silo 11:10: 1W 1:1e

otherwise by bylaw Jar his good, cfeattlee land gad teaa- Complaint filed In aid. reuse OB or IVH rVBLIOATIOT Bares). _... 5:10 11:11 1:10 4:1e: hue Bsn.oe ... 1:15 11,10, 1:51 5:11Medsilo :

l *. Tb.* first lag of the stockholder menu, and the following deeclUbedproperty haters Monday, the. ) Ith day of Bep.u It appearing by affidavit filed te ..M 0:10 11111 1:11 ell 11:15 1Csedal .. .,.-,. 1:00: 11:10 1e0 1:10
for the perpos 9t adopting ha been levied pn and Member .A.D. 1914 oth.rwise the at. the above stated MOM that th* affiantbelieves Homestead 5:10: 11:10 1:10: 0Ie 1110 larklc ?...-... t:111.1 1e/: inFlorlda

.' by-law*, electing Director and trashscttng against by tMl Sheriff of Dade County, .. said Ioi will be takes tat see attendant, BoMon City 5:10 ll:1e 1:10 5:10: 11:10 Mlaml .... ... 5:00 1Ieo; 1:10 0:00Sebject :
! other boainee hall .bo held Florida, to-wtt confesMd by sale Defendant sad Florid Atlantic Coast Land Cntnpany >

;: *. th. lath day ell September. A. D. Beth. fifty (II) feet of Lote It I* further ordered that order be) a Corporation. Mate of ....,.*, to change wkhout notice,
e 114 and said then the officer to Ihlrt,.*!** and forty III sad del published one a work for fiveesouclt .... ha. Ire principal office! In a State .r eCARd LEAVE AT I A. M. DA IVY FOR JACKSONVILLE.

t>. elected hall be .ualin4, the ....- of Block -V of I>WTae* Kstat; week la Th* Jlo....*.. Country other than th* state ef nr-





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Ten THE HOMESTEAD LEADER Thursday, August 28, 1924
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BLACK DESPAIR TURNS INTO'BRIGHT .... UpDeIIvMMw Stat '.......... Tigers Will Meet Fiffhters Give Mayor' CourtA non roll Pauline Ctnyt9n were each

JWI .y atton.ttaw t. ttliwi Furniture Team Busy Morning Session fined |6 and Pope Drown III for

I HAPPINESS FOR FRANK ORIFICI WHEN W........ 1.1". Law Day at Redland nghungAn of the combatants wars
Mora than the limel number of
BRINGS HIM REAL FRIENDS I nriroee.A .
TRAGEDY ;;;;tot QMtt eases were docketed In the Mayo'*
Tk Rodna4 Ttinre will meet the
_... ........ Court net "ondO1'IIbIIr.. Traffic number of minor cases or I'\rbt-
-- 'Mwaal KwwUtttre <0. team on the Red-
Prank Oririoi cam 1.0b* Redlaad but were unable even to get the ar 1 bettev. the weed MM .be dMi Yes 'toad deMMMHl at I *'..*..k *n lAbora law violation sad fighting made log were dlemteeed by the mayor witha

.eetlon from N.w York two ,.Or. ago out of the varace.l ..> to** hula ><* ..**." Mra \ i **- up the greater number of the eae warnlac to the pitaolpal concerned -

last March. H* dM Ml king hU r oaMUl BoreMded tile deapaHiIng *** att, "..*.a beset n.* ......... I The Mttert will M: for MlanlPvraMwr Thru men forfeited" bond, two for In thorn.

family with hint Weave* ft is wanted OrlfM' to .o borne wlu bids. and fee) a heed 11* M bent **4 www pee *, mower aol Ortffrnt tar ,II and on* for. lie, tar violation offexJno
to pt his I* acre of plof*..d lear- that iHfkt he drew a sketch of anotkef C* %. th*** IfttMa **0 *...""'- lUdlaiMl. launder and Undgree. ordinance. Want Ads Bring Results
.4 and planted and eomethloc .f a home for Orlflol and outlined a plat heed et tboara.dO,tttae MVreNII eby .."'ri..u. Charlotte Mender-
.. Thh I* eevated by local b*** I
horns for them t. Some to when they for rebuilding Imnedlately. That at the ...... t .. .._ ...
b
fan
has to *> the beet of the "
did arrlv night, aleo. unknown to OrtfktDoanelU J*. ... A, antis, % ....>.. lit the kraeMa, M the Miami. Furniture game team )";"l'
Prank had money-enouth t* enkbl telegraphed t*Grind' family ovneH\, *al4 that tee. WMXto at* b the Co
) trnt Independent team
him to build a oemfortabl boag.low In New Tork tolling them of the Or Ut* _***) WM M4 thai U wean Best Miami. a4 bM beaten all .f the city
with (araf. attached and t* and advising them t* come Immedi. ...... t. pat. Of the street algae are league tam and other SPECIALS 1FRIDAY.
plant 1( acre of his .land to eltra ately.Saturday' sse that the. hews wt another
within a year.from th. Urn lie oam I afternoon Antvet 11. the H* *i Valft.4 that the _MIl simply : Hedlan4' %M played aloe gaaaee SATURDAY MONDAY
.III; aid studding for the new boiM tktl .** and hM won five of the**. ,
here Not lone ago Pus had th* familyfurniture had net tk* neney I* eiptn4- down from New were up. ..lIda, morning on""" '. Th* |am* with OJut Woodmen at QA
chipped
: It WM not ft question at what the
York MJ., OKflcl and the children wilt and children arrived and they, council wanted t* do, et whet H wo* OJu today I* not Included In this asa icibs. . . . .e. . . . oUC
were to follow U :;. ....ner month. too, became the guess of Mr. and lava. not able to dl M the Breoeat Urn. report hM been received of the

Uvea the MKnr boa oootalnlnf the iVanrlll and MC. Otilgaa. On tilt foltovtng H. A. Cameron, M well M OoedeeTbentp.on remit.Tb poundIRISH. . . . . . . . 25c
family lew* Liberty Loan bond and Sunday the Ortflcl family both director of the genie Mheduled for lat Thura.day POTATOES
other vuuabl had arrived, were eetabluihed In their own homo, Chamber of CoraMn. egged with the nrely Windy WM not 40c :
Otfld anyone be happier than Ori- neat bungalow Muceeel without and tip*' .( street sign a permanent Mr played oa account of rain 10 poundsMILK .. . . . . .
b oootemplated Ills growing plastered within-the work don entirely Cameron TALL CANS JI
Car M Mid It was sot only question CI.-l 00
cltrv tree, hi* mug and attractive by ScanelU. OJilgaa, and Orincl. or what would pt by with the West Installs ElectricRefrigeration any brand 10 cans . . . .
horn, lull steadily lnorea.ln flock of Th* lumber and other material. postal eatborttle new,but what would in Meat I TOMATOES

chicken" hi* gauge with a good oar Mr.were BcaMlll.obtained through the aid Of be of lasting benefit t. all the peopleof Department of Store large cans . . . . 50 c
In U-D4. above all the propot of the titIt
pointed cut the. dlf- BRAND
being surrounded with hi* loved one The Liberty bond were burned to :ffcuHy on* bM In giving direction t* Homestead's I PEACHES, HOLLY 95cKINGANSHAMS

once more? How pleaaed they would clutters, but thy can M replaced If 'strangers who some to look over In spite of immunity 4 S5c cans . . . . . . .
be with the things h* had keen preparing Orlflcl hM a record of their number H mtead.Tb warm summer It I* not necessary anymore IDEAL JAM
I to to to come mountain top. toeeouro 3OC
th Jewels l wore melted Into on solid
Now for picture them.the feellno .( FrankOrlflcl mue, but the diamond may be cafe I club Voted to co-operat with a whiff of Arctlo air U only 45c jar, 1 3-4 Ib. . . . . .

on Thursday morning, JulyII caged I the ear I* gone, but th.Orlflcl the Chamber Commerce I* .Yrjrway :one happen to be Minding by when OCTAGON SOAP 4OOCTAGON

114, M its horrified eyes watched will b* welcome to rtdt In Bcanelll' poeelbl u brine the necessary :the door I* opened to the meat storagedepartment 6 large bars . C
I action tb.,11I Insure city mall dellvnr.
hie home, boa ear, his furniture, itlll car until they can get another: the President' Webster appointeda i of Wett'i GroceryTh WASHING POWDER A A
unpacked and th* family strong bon furniture went up In smoke, bat more reason for thin li that GeorgeA. 6 large C
committee composed o( E. Z. Crowley
eonevmed by retention flame. Ulack can be paid for I. time on the Installment : West, the proprietor hM recently BLACKBERRI1 S.'t
Job Harrbv a.4 Den Anhertoweek LIBBY'S
dismay and dtopalr took the place ofhappliMM plan. Then why should had installed a Baker Ice Machine .5O
and anticipation. Th* flee <>rifle! be blue Uc has hi* family with a commute from the Chamber which furnisher Ictrla refrigeration 35e can, 2 cans . . . . C
ol an Incubator, 'left burning while with him a month earlier than he had of Commerce on a definite eoneret direct: to the meat storage and display GOLD MEDAL FLOUR
*. economical plan tor $1.25
h* WM at work In til.* young grove, hoped for h* ha gained a wonderful street Urn and house number getting ,I counter In the meat department of 24-lb. bag . . . . . .
had mad have of his life. It eeeroed. friend and his house le all that ke hi" Mere.1tr. ARMOUR'S PORK AND BEANS
One of tilt meet enjoyable number
There WM nothing |. brine the wife eonld Mk tot He. I*' now helping t* I West that he 50c
build a beautiful new residence. of ever gives. on the programs of the my primary reason > a cans :., . . .
.III. down to .
and
for this
flow. tnetalllng outfit wee to RICE .
Luncheon Club cine It* ortanlaatlonWM .
But Frank Orlflol ten day lal' WM native rock for Boanelll, and every secure a lower and more constant degree WHOLE GRAIN CI.-l 00
the whistling of Mr Ed Hlner
living arali. In his own snug and ate' blow of the hammer expreeee his Wednesday neon. Mr. Hlner, who of temprtur than b* had been III 12th Ibs. ., . . . f . .
tractive bungalow, surrounded by Mr*. gratitude and thankfulnu* to hie able to get with the icing method. BELJAR COFFEE
WM accompanied OD the piano by Mrs.Julian
Orlflcl and the little Orlflcla, Th. new-found frUnda Webster, wa not allowed by ,H* .b pleased with. the results for he pound . :. . . . 38e a
Mtll... r" had only hastened the nay he U enabled not only to furnishhis
the delighted club men to tit downaialn ltJ ARGO RED SALMON
family reunion and Frank'. happiness Orchestra Being FormedAt customers with bettor product.than 25c j jI
In watching them enjoy their new M. E. Church South; two additional until obI election had responded. with before but also to funniest them can . . . . . . . .

hem More Players WantedJoe at a oaring alnc the preeent *yatemUmlnate have a complete line of Western beef and 1
L. B. Bennett,
principal of the
John Boanelll and hi. father-in-law, considerable waste that WMMoeeeary huh pork and every thing that goes with a market I
Homestead and P'oc'lcIa'Clt
Charl' Ohlgna, are the responsible Burton and IlMwcll launders echoota, with the old system am going to give specials on meats as well as .
pervon They live eeveral hundred have been erganUIng an orcheetr WM another greet of the club H* A eenctant temperature of It degrees on groceries. "

yard at of Ortflor plan on the for the South M.t'!;odlot Church Kin WM on the program to toll about I fa maintained by the new system

road to the Halnlln mill, but until the Leslie Cook plays the' saxophone; Mr. eome of the metes he witnessed at In hln storage room and of ID degree
day of till tin they were ooareeiy Bowelt launders, the eoraeti, Mt** the Democrat National Convention .In the display counter WEST GROCERY
mom than acquainted with him according Ollven Mol:"., the vlollni, and Mice Mr Whet elate that the
In New York. Mr. Bennett said that refrigerating
t. Mr. Boanelll When they Harvey MM Palmer, the piano More system that h* b.. Inot.lICd.
WhereLOOisworth$1.50
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taw the amok and flames on Orin.c member are wanted. the lady h* overheard describing! It
though on a smaller scale, I I. of the
\', place they rushed ever and made The orchestra play tt both moraine expressed It mildly when she said, 'Mm* general type M those used by FREE DELIVERY PHONE 34-10
denperat. effort t* save the property, and ..rvle... "
evening "It WM *o undignified! the big packing and cold storage firm _. .
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American Lady corsets and 1 table of men's shoes,

Calico, 15c value $1 Ginghams, regular 1 Children's sox, 3 pairs $1 brassiers. A range of | $1 for each shoe . $JL

10 yards. . . '._ price: 85c 4 yards for $1 and 4 pairs for sizes and styles . $1 ($2.00 per pair)




Curtain draperies $1 Kim!>!1& crepe, regular
price 35c, 5 yards :. price 3J5c, 4 yards


S5c voile, 2 yards $1 Cretons, regular price $1 I A few men's blue fl* "I Men's cotton work (PI 1 table I of ladies' shoes

for . ; . . SOc, yards . . work shirts, 2 for w hose, 11 pairs for. DJL price 1



Tissue ginghams, reg- 2 pairs Interwoven 28 children's ,dresses, $1 Men's fine lisle hose, 1 table of ventilated oxford
$1 $1 1 and strap sandals in (
ular price 65c 2 yards silk 75c sox for ',, your choice all colors, 25c, 5 pairs tD colors at $1 each shoe CI.-1

., 01. t t.. :' ($2.00 per pair)

Closed after 12 o'clockon
Hart, Schaffner and! Marx

:.': Romper cloth, regular (P I"fI ',8-4 bleached sheeting, 1 Styleplus suits. One suit at All dress shirts over

price 40c three yards & regular price 75c, 2 ydsMen's ., regular price. $1'| $2 regular price, less $1

Second suit at . : .

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S5c value 4 Men's straw hats. Regular
Organdie, yards:
union suits 90c P1
for $1.00; 95c value C+ | (D JL $2.25 to $3.75 dress (PI Men's khaki.work $1
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2 yards for . . tD value, 2 suits for . straw hats . . shirts . . . .


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Indies silk hose, regular Neck ties, beautiful assortment

Ginghams, regular Cl' 1 $1.60 and $!L75 value' 1 for $l, 2 for $1 (P- -Boys' overalls ages 3 $1

price 25c,5,.yards tD your choice . . and 3 for . . tD 1 years to 14 years .

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