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 Material Information
Title: The Homestead leader
Alternate Title: Leader
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: South Dade Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Homestead Fla
Creation Date: November 6, 1924
Publication Date: 1923-
Frequency: daily (except sunday)[<1926>-]
weekly[ former 1923-<1925>]
weekly
regular
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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 )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (June 14, 1923)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1931.
General Note: B.E. Archer, editor.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Succeeded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Leader-enterprise

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VoL IL No. 22 HOMESTEAD. FLORIDA HURRAY: NOVOlBEli u PIg.F1CVE C1ti!

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TO ASK COUNCIL Kwuned on Key BUSINESS WILL Avocado Grower WBS TWO DISTRICT PRECINCTS CAST

Largo Road and Other Hear Floyd Tell of His


! TO BORROW\ FUND Road Projects Locally STOP ON NOV. II, osiyard California r Floyd Observations who ha just r*. MAJORITY VOTE FOR REPUBLICANELECTORSVOTINGLIGIITLOCALLY i fl: :

The cape Sable Road from Royal
south toward the tuned feet, a. _tb'* atMy *t the
Palm Haotowck
i TO ERECT SIGNS county line Ie'D**. ....d- ARMISTICE DAYLocalerchantst1nan .....* Mtuatten In 0a\1f....... wttladdrt ; {

** the meeting of the Flroid .___ "
*d and relied, aawrtMkg t* Commissioner
J. T* **dd, wo eta** that. In Avotad' Awootatlon the League THR WEATHER Democratic Ticket GetstJu. f :

Newt. Ball at Credit :AJssn all probability b* will eentinae she' reurradng Dous Hall at Redland on Friday, November From the data recorded by A. H.Waldl. Here Mar I

Meeting Offers To Lend tftf *nUr.* ....* M the in Signing Petition for t;\I *4 rile p, BVT .. oo-operattv weather Mined Majority i;
'O. Ptph. one of the director oft :
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Dade MM. observer la
Half the Sum Oou\jr Closing of StoresNo
City Work hap, again been resumed en L$ vDeado assoolttUoa tinder whoseatiir 5e4la.-d ..

other road ..rejs .. In tills Motto local will be arranged ihe. Mr Ft'yd poms to thl* *.otloh HJ<
WANT LAWS CHANGED Including the Key Largo Road Lackof for Armistice program Day but a complete } to outline hht observation of theavocado l.owaetttoh _k114..) .. ..... 8

---I.- a competent drag tine Operator holiday on the part of Heel buslMs Industry In California, stales Highest today .....-...............,_.. ._ tit DadeTo Get Two More Representatives -

ti'' Association Goes on Recordin held. up the work: on ml road for afew house has been arranged at the r*. that everyone Interested. In th* lad Lowest today ...-.. ..... ... _.-_.._.._,_ IBnsUnfall I Under T.

Favor of Stricter day, but It 1* expected to go forward owt of the focal poet of tile Amert- etry should not fall to attend the New Amendment t

actively now under the direction! meewttlnr next Friday night, as he be- Rainfall this week .......-_.. ..__..-... l
Collection Laws of an efficient operator. Mr. Rdd cam The Legion ready response to'the request l....*' tbe first hand Information Two of the wlinwpInca In the ;

a Tilt Homestead Credit AaiodlaUon .aid of the Legion member to make the gathered tenstlng and by Mr. Floyd should be In. ONLY ''VEEK TILL Redland' District _\\llaahn4 Princeton -
helpful '
day fully observed a* a holiday hi appreciated oast a majorltr ..o*. for the Republican ,
at its monthly metlnf Monday Appointed Mr of Florid
)3 Floyd. secretary the
) by the Legion, according to preeldnatial etsctore, butetberwIM
oomndttM to before the CLAUSSEN SAYS .
a go Stat Horticultural Society ta In
their the reedit Of the election $
repreeentaflw. EXHIBIT MUST
city council.and ask that the city barrow charge ef the Inaoetloid department
Tuesday IB this tesrrMry warn A majority
All places tt buslne will be closed ;
M'0 now to bsgln tb* work of ef Wilson and Toomer Fertiliser Company
LOCAL CLUB HAS for the entire day except the fllIII'atetIoD' of normal nature for the Deraftral -
erecting treat dam' In compliance '
They will remain open until LEAVE FOR JAX. ticket
with portal regulation necessary tothe Other matter Of interest will come
i 10 .. m. The vot here wa light M wa* the
{ securing of free mall delivery In before the _I&tlon Mr. Plena,
ROTARY SPIRITMiami vote throughout the state, but the
The petition followed by a list of a*
Homestead. and he feel that the meeting should r
those signing It, I* printed below: U,: contest In those oases where any existed
of H H. Even ifCommon"
Tel* committee consisting be 'well attended. "Bring It t
I wr not considered cos, It
Brandenburg, L. Carney, and N wt WHEREAS, the llth day of November
''i, Ball, wa appointed attn Mr Ball Past Presidents Pay of each year baa, by Legislative $250 Check Swells Fund Ranson was only In line with the majority at N-
enactment of the State of Florida senerel elections In those state when
cashier of the Cltlsens Bank of Homestead Official Visit and Declare Says In PleaHardly
Wen designated.. LIBERTY For War on Nail Head; One party predominate, and where, M
had laid In response to a question -
I that hU bank would lend bait ApprovalIn DAY and declared to be a Legal Holiday Dr. Iluprecht Due Mon.A \ It 1* frequently stated "a nomination t'
a week, yet remain) until amount to an election"
In the State of Florida
the amount If the BanK of
Homo necessary lead would lend the other half a speech at the end of an official AND WHEREAS! the John G. Sally substantial addition wa made the Chamber of Commerce. exhibit With a plurality the greatest In 'leettoa .

Ne representative of the Rank of visit of Inspection. John W. Clans- Post of the American Legion for tills week to the steaddy)\ Increasing ran to Jacksonville In the special history. Coolidge" was elected. Over
i see. past president of the Miami Rotary fund head oar that hoe .been chartered to take Davl
Honustead wan ...tb..., luncheon this district call upoa th. people of for the nail rust campaign both levee and LaFollette A
but It warn present"believed, that there Club told the Homestead Luncheon this district to set aside all buslnrnw, wiled .the American Fruit 0..." ..... the 'show product ef the Redland carried only the state known a* the

would be no question about the other Club Wednesday that hi* reportto upon s ld LIBERTY OAT and devote loch through their Sanford ..repree- District to the stale fair which' begins olid south. and tailed to carry. even

halt I the district governor would! recommend the entire day to rejoicing with the UUv* paid la 11(0 to the Redland Nov >o and lasts through Nov. One of the border dates of Kentucky.

It ha been pointed out by member I the granting of a Rotary charter free people of the earth, District Chamber of Commerce Th II Final appeala for product for Missouri, "West Virginia or Mar>'l nd.LaPcllette .

of the association interested la I to the local club NOW THEREFORE W* the under commute having the raising of th* the exhibit art mad by Mr and Mr probably carried his own .

Homesteads getting free mall delivery I In company with Mr Claumtn were signed business men and merchants fund In hand ha don no active work George' Hanson, who are getting the stat of Wisconsin but no other The "e.lit\'

that Unless the eouncll could' Pan President Frank B. Stoneman. er the district known and designateda for1. nome time but plan to begin exhibit ready for shipment. | Republicwill have a majority In I l

i be "prevailed. on to float short-term Secretary Art Evan, V, W. (Daniel) the Redhuid District of Dad County the latter part ofthfweek 'If a person has only low .cam both house .f congress., but the |ed "

Improvement bond or something of : Webster and Will Harrison of the Florida, hereby agree to close our and to keep up the effort. pier of any kind of fruit *r ".,.tablt. wIll| not be such a* to give them easyaesendancy \ .

the sort, no money for the street den I Miami Rotary Club. President Crate respective stores and other places of until the entire ....0. required' I* ..- w* 'want what he has," Mr Hanson over the Democratic and I ','

would, be forthcoming Until till, Bowen wa unable to com but Judge business during the entire day of November cured, and placed In the trust fund said, this week Even It the product LaFollett force, according to eatl-

when '. the signs, are scheduled for Stonemaa spoke In hi. stead and Impressed S Itll, 111, known and designated toe parrying on the work. U| common, we want It, for thor I* malss mad on returns to far canvas a ,

erection out of ... appropriation made I upon the member of the local herein a* Liberty DayS Of. R. W: Ruprecht, of Gainesville a scarcity .f everything, and It the ed J
club the honor that would be bestowed I Ia exhibit is to be a success everybody In Th election
la next war's budget. It wa declared IN WITNESS WHEREOF We have expected to arrive her Friday to *. return* were revived \ i '
that thisljelay would e&UII4 Homeatead on them In ease they should hereto lubserlbed our respective take ap at once the work ef fertlllwr' the District will have to eo-prat In Homestead over radio Tuesday jt. h

to torn her chance' for )mWl. delivery ;' be granted a Rotary charter nme hereunto: Investigations ;.: I to see that we have enough product evening A composite station wee '

until a period Of three year had' "You will be admitted Into a apian' Thompson Motor Co, Harris Mo- It I Ia announced that DC. Ruprecht to mak a good showing at the fair" up by )I. IX Jacobsen at Peacock i iot ft'ft'tln.d
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elapsed and It wa the that )b. Ball did family of men" said Judge Stone- to hCd. Seminole Pharmacy Homestead wilt make a brief talk oa? fertilisersat "We are counting a lot on what the place by lining the radio net

offered to .aks the 1 loan without the man for Rotary I* composed of the Bakery, Bank of Honvwtead. J. the meeting of the Florida, Avocado people are going to do for us thin Oeo Fuller and the' loud speaksr ,t

security of Short-term bond leading men of the commnnltie In (Continued on Pare Twelve) Association to be held at the League last week," Mrs. Hanson said. "W I of A. H. Waldln. During the early I II

The Credit Association which the club are .,.....1..4. It Hall In Redlaad Friday night. believe that they will wake up to the I part fit the evening the result* were

went Oik Hoenmtt.d record at 'lu Monday meeting win become your privilege to Join In Marcus Fagg" to Speak Other Xpert 1I'h. will take up the tremendous sdvertlslng. value that a not food due pftrhsps to *iuesslvtt 1,
the work of service whllh Rotary fosters work: ef plant breeding, soil Investigation successful exhibit will b* >O the District utlo, but late l/n the evening thecoqdttlons
to the nolleotlon
in favor of a change Here November 19 '
exclude ." on *; and field sanitation work will and give w* full co-operation I improvsa and the return '
.town of Florida to everything
Judge Stoneman said that In an hi. It 1* stated arrive here early next daring these last day before w* Io+ire abut In 'duituiotly" '

but the bom and household rood experience. he had found no Instrumentality Marcus Faggs' visit to Homestead. week, to begin operation, We can not call on everybody a* w* The Democratic state ticket ,.-a. l '

from the exemption clauses. Thl that had don. so much as on,, November 1is I being looked forward did last year, becaus Mr. Ita _.. leoted to office. with John W. Martin r f
would allow the creditor tdl attack .
an
Rotary to obliterate the factionalism to by all those Interested In the postal 4utls will not permit our doIng leading W '
R O Nal. hi. Republican
automobile owned by did ', DRo SCHLEGEL IS
% jjnaifflvho welfare of the orphan In the Jacksonville :
caused by politic and other difference so but member. of the Chamber opponent for governor' by at least
not his debt. The revolution
pay exemption home of which Mr Fairg II.up.rlat.ndenL
In town and elUe V ,f Commerce committee will call three to one.

the' Feast adopted Coast wiU Credit be forwarded, Association to John Clauasen bold the local club H will ( the OddV .... ::CHOSEN TO FILL" .n.lt: pessary, '"r"-'" 0Ubt.* ......"' 19 rSn .. '- 'I
,'. Jacksonville member that they bad been under peak at F.n I etro "IM tw.. apt ..DIt1 'th. Gilt, 4A' doullr .l ,
Whlqh wilt Meet In ( Saturday '
constant observance sine the club's Han at I o clock! Wednesday afternoon pointed to assist )I,. add :Mrs Han tile proposal to allow JacksonWll ,

Mr*. Maybelle Rue active ceo.rotary inception November If when the Redland JOB ON COUNCIL son. It I" composed ol W M. Brodl. city and rxrval Qottnty governments .,
of the local association, l
plan.
"You have conducted yourselves a. District I members of ale NeedleworkGuild I C. T Harper, LaMont Draw, and Mr. to consolidate.IMrl .
to attend this meeting nearly' Ilk* Rotarlan/ a. posslbl III'' of America hold their annual 1 and Mrs Uan Robert Persons. who wsntered In South Florida
The Credit Association favored
a everything but name," said Mr Clau..es. ,- display' of garment collected for the can entrtbut anything for the ..- In tile proposed amexfment providing
complete, holiday on Armistice Day "Your attendance at the International orphan Mrs Anne Mayhew Fits Murray Proposes Indemnity hlblt are requested to notify any .f for a respportiooment df repreewntutlve -
but Instead of taking action on fills '
convention and again at the Patrick will play Insurance for Employees these member In the state leglslatur. Under
matter the member, voted to leave it
All are urged to donate -
district conference were splendid evidence money or The enhlblt will be assembled on the new law which the Uglnlatur-i
t the local of the American of City
op post of your Intareet In Rotary and two new garment The garment art Nov. 14 and' tl In the vacant store ef mutt pas., Pad County will be given t
Legion and oo-operat. with the *x- your determination to conduct your- to be sent to the district directors after the building next to the poet office two additional
representative and a.tats
ervlce men In plan that they II The resignation of A. T Jackson
any November 10 and the directors
(Continued on Page Twelve) Th* car containing the exhibit will senator'.
might make It.wa voted to have all .r* to bring them to tile horn of M.... from the Homestead. City CPU noil due probably leave on the night of Nov The amendment
I to
tore.* In Homestead close at 10 0'- to absence from the city was accspt- prohibit the
W. )( Bradley not later than
Monday. ...
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at
Income
Ditch Start levying and inheritance
Big Digger To tax
clock on Thanksgiving mornlnr November IT ed at a meeting of the council Monday n
(Continued on Page Twelve) In the elate
President W. It. Crow aald that he Work Monday on TrenchesFor The director. will have a business night and the vacancy. thus caused paused and is expected to
-- attract much outside.
had woured from Green Rive the meeting at X.... Bradley' home 4 was,filled, by the selection of Dr. H.Be".I. capital to the
1 .tat .
promts of th. ... of the lot adjoining Waterworks System .'clock November 11 who wee nominated by Dr' Fruit Shipments Suspended *

the W. D. Horn building f6r public Homestead directors are Mrs. Brad J, A. Smith and unanimously electedto Following Agreement ofState' !The following I Ie a tabulated vote of

parkin H* suggested that an effort The new ditching machine which I",. Mri. W. A. King, hint Joe J:. the place t>r. Bchlegel duties begin the precincts In the Redlaitd District t

f b* made\* get similar promise from the J. B. McCrary Company expect Davis, Mrs John Booth and hire E: at one*. Five Big Shippers (ContUueJ OB Page Sis)

B. )(. Alsobrook who' > own) the other to us* In digging trenches for Horns- A. Ennls. Wm. Deck appeared before the

two lot* .between the Horn Building stead' water and sewerage system council with an Incomplete sample of Du to a .harp decline In quota-
Bob
and the Chamber of Commerce build- arrived her Wednesday and will be street numbering signs. H* wa asked lion on grapefruit. In most of the Cats Captured Alive l

IngTh actively at workla: trench digging FLORIDA CITY TO to prepare complete sample cite leading market of the country and Will be Kept to Grow Up

credit association voted to seek not later than Monday, accord and submit It with price at the also to the fact that the fruit wm not

s the co-operation of the luncheon club log to J. L Smith, construction foraman nut meeting of the ..ounell.C. ihtpplng very well there wa at the The title of champion bobcat' hunt '
HAVEHIGIICLASSSUBDIVISION
the Chamber of Commese In asking for the McCrary Co. Materials W. submitted certain estimates
and Murray sloes of last week an agreement pa en I. laid for the present at least to
the. city council at Its meeting off .re being received and unloaded regularly : to the council that bad been
the part of the five largest ahlppersf belong to E.! Z. Crowley, M :It. Stevenson /
; November IT to provide for the construction With the splendid weatherthat approved by him a* engineer These ru.11;: the slat to suspend and O It Brown since they took S Sa
and operation of a municipal prevail now the work'aboulel Included the clearing and scarifying shipment I tin*. A* ft result
auto amp.Name move along at a good rat, accordingto of land for' a waterworks site by A. there ha been an almost total put pack of hound oa election day to
the section below Royal: ralm Hammock
Mr Smith.Excavations. H Waldln for lit*.00. and the receipt pension of shipments In tho entire
Chosen by New Oa sOur are practically completed Geronimo Development Will / of construction material by state thin week: A few unfinished t* hunt 'coon and bob cat

for the foundation. of the Water i Contain Lots With the J. B. McCrary Company approximating order were completed and her and and cam back. with three live bob"

Mane Bible CI.." has been pumping and softsnlng plant to be Only tlO,000. there a few shipments have gone. forward eats .

chosen a. the name. of the class meeting elected. tinder the supervision of the : lOQftFronfegeAnthony A communication was read to the from Independent shippers )J.. Stevenson still ha the eat* in '
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at the grammar school auditoriumeach Buckman Corporation, and material : council by Clerk Edwards la wfclch Th* week *f clear cool I weather I* captivity and plan to rive them a

Sunday morning at (:IS, are being received and unloaded. F Oeronlmo of Florida City demand wa* mad on the council for counted .a Io d. much toward Ira- chance to grow up If h* can teach

C. )(. Redd P. L. William T. W. L Tucker and C. I* Schneider, representing -1 ha* begun development on the 14- payment of WO.*0 by }I.
6 Cooper and R. E. Scott were enrolled the Buckman Corporation, acre tract which' he expects to open th. firm of Kuhn and Morgan, operating the eewaUon et shipment I 1s expected 'J'be.." are now only 'lusty

last Sunday a* new member. Young state that upon arrival of one or two' up for a subdivision In Florida City as the South Florid .Developmtnt to stimulate, an active demand, a* that youngstsr about the sis' of half

men middle aged men and aid men more lot of material work should be this Mason. The tract, which to Company, for certain drag by next Monday when shipment will grwn. kitten

of all denomination* o* of no dsnomlnatlon able to move forwarl with little Inter. I' square. I* located en Palm Avenue wheat which the communication alleged likely begin again she market I 10 expected Effort!: I* captor the old cat have

are welrom raptlon. near Cave Avenue. It wilt be divided bad .been la us* by the city, to b* satisfactory. so far met been ._rlll. ',
Into 1 or 1ft Mock and the lout and which when called for recently,

will each have a "6-toot front. wa found t* have had all spoke and

The restriction wtiloh )I.. OeronIm the hub removed. I

has placed this subdivision After .explanation the present
oa
USE THIS COUPON :: ,: prevent more than one house on > status In regard to the wheel had CHRISTMAS CARDS.

100-foot front and fix a minimum bee. mad by R. E. Cave and Root. I .

cost of ....0. for any residence.Dwelling Glenn street foreman, the matter wa
'" only can b* *constructed ut left open to be handled by Mr Cave I There I* more IndlvMnallty to OrwHuig Card If gone name

DatA .. ua- thin suMlvtsloa.Sapling The desirability/ of having some I Ie eegimvej on t-yes mid N toes no lmaw.A .
.
Lt \ \ "*> -'\ '. ; '. are being cleared from the form CJt indemnity Insurance' for tty I \a. 1h
We ChrlstotM ,
a complete jusonnmt of both and Mew
employee wa pointed out to the
Tea Homestead Leader :h land today and after the stumps have .
p ,1 ..,' v Year .......S.{
nr v been blown up the Rev O. )(. Freeman eewMll ky C W. Murray..aad Clerk :R.E. :\ t

Homestead, Florida. 1 will d* tb* surveying, Edward wee requested to secure g
.!*4...$*>.. Information .. le vales and I ., "
present
I Mr. Oeronlmo baa sold lots to a .. PHONE 2 :., ,
I wish to. take advantage of your .peola'4011ar'eub.ortptWs" them at the of .
umber of dedraM cUltens from Connecticut pest meeting the *eua' .. '
rat. -Enclosed pleas find It I*, 'for which I am t* receive tile and Hew Jeresy. Dr. andMrs. ell. ., ?', 't" ; .

L. Retbo berg of Connecticut, After approving the' monthly V.l .awl im will bye ,.... to rail and shew yo i our Main, u-:: ta
above date from
Leader for one year front the or on* year the
brother-in-law the _nell adjourned \'
and sister of Mr Oronime ,
g date oa which my present subscription eiylres.Nam ban bought '*. lot met will ... '

come to Florida City>..d month andeecopy Fuchs Pub Graham Truck We .... tarry eagraveilVtslUng

one of the Brockott house Social aed Be.diW o ;tato.ery
f
o' ......rte. .seeress .. On Bakery Delivery Run ... ** ja, .
u M. Job Cell, wU *f the sheriff luuinnw. Card ; '

:' ,' 1\" at Oottenburg.. N, J, ha* bought e. Keddln tavttMloa and Annoustemle.l.f {

Address I :' '"';' O. l..-fo. lot. John MeCM et at*** C T .Puck .u purchased Roaming Adutowlrdgntirt ';>:

for*, COM, wh* will *..m. her through R. H. Hlner .,f. the Home "
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Thl oupon mast be ta the Leader offlc oa *r before :December next month bee also boaght, ***. stead Oarage Graham Brother .' \
Mr. P fl.ld. another purchaser Is leech for. we ta his hehery .."""_ :
S I. Ills, or the dollar ran 1I'tl111Dt apply. retired bottea njt factarr ef The track I* of aa ntlraly DOW type The Homestead. Leader'
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: : l 1: Stamford, Conn. H* expect M root and kt said M b* the first of It* kind

a sU-roem hens* oj hi* lot. I la Sooth Florida. I I M, ?S 1t


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Mm David Harms and Mir*. C. H .11sF. oM. Iliac Campbell went no Stlllnc'* cotugea ..01 dkawand matter for tk* toad of sad Hallandal. oa Saturday and tun- a* put on a new tbree_ Moao ara-

Wlf in. ol Miami motored t* Bea- 0_. Wditdajr.Arrl The Parent-Taaohera AaagotatlonwBl the ......1. Jdr While" oa of (h* day With .....*. MoSweenty' daughter*, reps at tbs roar of hi* now bom*.

Wad Saturday cad vMted Ml* J. S. _. at the Honuotoad lotl meet. at tb* Kbool' houa neat Fan JUfa echool teaonera. wa. a.. Mr Grady Rogers aid Mr* O. R. At. C. W. Bah I* arranclaf. to WOW

Barn** and family. Mr.. DavW Bane' *M, wfefc w.i l Cbaa Mcabam*. Friday, MM. T. at o'clock.. All n_. pointed reporter for the aaoclatloa UnwnMr ervantouarten m his piece went

glee. vteUe her MM Sid an**, (Jr. Rail**. 9i B. U Arm JaeiuoavilM.r her aryl ..aV *..> preeent. bliss Mary CaenpbeM of New,York *. Che Behren and Mr. J. L. of town.Mr .

and lira, n, F. Eckma *.J a RlarteV.Afihfoegel David D. Will IteMdee cad two children. Jack Mlat' Martha Maneon from Waehlng.} Murray .1114 In Miami on Tbunday Emit OollatUoheek and ion,

c. C. Wea****' 0* Homestead we tart., JflB .ifmorj M. E. Per*. and tBHaa i of Coconut Grove prat ion, O C,. Mr. W. It. Hall fr,m Ml Mr. and Mr*. Oil Petersen, were In Joseph bar arrived by motor from

bualnaM vWter. to Miami IMC. )loDd.,. I.lu' It"I.'. M. JUkiim.Hampton !Sunday! with, Mr. and tin. B. J. ami and 51 r*.. W. W Barker of Ml- Miami on Saturday.Mr Lloyd "" They an guests at Mr.

Mr. and Mr. Fr. daughter. EeeUTA motored IfomMad *- .; Jam** )(. Oaraon Miami, ....| Park Saturday vtalted oa the returi
Mr. and Mr. It U Rocklull of Roa- mother for an Indefinite time (*A .M'r. and Mra H. U Oowmaa at
VrMya stared M rlati 'Mr. and M**. X. H Pool Mlarnt Flat trip wltk Mr. and Mrs. Dan M. Rob.
Sunday "
nob*. Va., have taken the Field cot Mr. and Mr*. Hobeaaad tamll.wllo, "*ull.* V. in lagraham Street
a few dar wtth her grandparent, a.... W. Woocy, Miami Flag R. 0.Pender .
tag 00 Palm Avenue for the winter rtaMr. cam her a short Urn age haw moved Harry heels. who I I. learning the
Mr. and Mr. L. a M .t7, Or.Mr Key w *t. F1a,, W. 0. Avery, Mr. and Mrs A. Rats and children and Mr. Derby from Rhode 1*. again.Mr plumbing trade .In Miami came homo

and Mrs. C. MUle and grand. Key West Fie.! A C. Derby, New have moved from one of the Brocket land arrived' la Redland this week. a/ray*. A. D. Fogl and baby, Mar to spend tb. week-nd Owing to demand

MB. Harold HauMmrmth went to Ml- Jrr, P. Haeble, Wtnomuln.' buw to on. of E. Kllnok houw They have moved Into On* of the garelt were quite 111 on Sunday, but : for plumber* lit Miami tt. ha
Brodl boue.
""ail BaWrday to eonnull A epeclalMMtgirdlnf Bob Harris returned Sunday from o* the corner ot Eighth Street and are much better now Mr*. Hunt of remained. In the city to work lit Pt .
Mm ManHy1. health Lake City where ho bad been oallej. Cave Avenue.Mr Mra J. tt.: Bauer, Mr*. Tbom* Homestead eared for them. Hire week
to tho .bedside of his father who was Brewer and Macon Robert of Red-
Mr. and Mr* Van Mba.r.pent the *. K Oregioa of Miami wa the land "Forty Tease". a play, will be glvn Bccaue. of a alump la pHoe forcitrus

week-d with M... Moeermother' III. dinner guest ft Mr. and Mr.. Albert motored to Homeatead Wednee- at the M. B. Church, here on Friday fruits the Inoal packing compaaie -
Doroey Taylor went to Miami Jut day night to attend the theatre.
Mrs Emma Moeer. Relt Monday night by the Young People' CI.... are talking of abutting down
0. H Lawon had returned ram hi*A Tuesday night to meet tube slots M..I MI.. Olll Robertson to pending The following women, wives of the The offering will go to the fund for their boute for a tow day. This
!D. H. Bteveao who had spent her um. member of the election board served
vacation In Georgia. Ho peat Monday this week at her borne On Mondayh euperannuated preacher I will not disturb general builneae a*
our vaoatloo la Tenntnae vWttnrctaUvo dinner and upper for Mi* ma .. election .
In Horotad but tie now returned will return to Miami where she Tha Woman' Club meet on Tue> farming operation are booming and
.. On bar boots she (top.i day fro of charge at the Guildhall
to Miami whr bo oipooU to way will aeon, finish her course In, the : dam a. the club 110_ All member hand will be needed to set the earlyplanting
Red la Maoon. Oa, and vUlted her : Mrs. T. Brewer, lire. John
tniko isle homo. biwtnw college.Mr. I arrqueted to b prreent andprepare the field for
*
brother and ." Mr, and I Da.*r, Mra. W. H. Caet Mr .
t Dan M
*" "-la-law. *
n. F. Bendy of Homtad who. I* and Mn. Saint Mr: J. Ru 1 Tae meeting of the Pannt-Tea.henQ'AMUCiatbn later planting
Mrs E. D. Taylor Jr., and their llt : Robert. Mrs. O W. KoaI and Mra
now working In Miami spent the weakond ..II and Mr*. W. C. Bchutt wore shopping of the Farm Life school A number of renldenU attended thofiremen'
W M. Brodl .
tie daughter, Blliabeth Ann. MrItevon ,
here hi wire and chl'drei. in Miami .
with ;WedMeoay.Mini Redland Monday night wa*. well attended.GOULDS benefit makd ball in
will be home some time In The Lad lee' Aid will plot
HIM Mildred Campbell, Vim HahNinon Aanabel Ixwhri returned i Uomeatead Friday night. Amongst
a Chrutma baaaar
and Julian Tucker motored to Ocembr.Mr. from Uttle River to Florida City to the tiNt Friday those noted were: Mia Nelll Strange
and Mrs George rlannlgaa returned In December I L I
Miami vlalted Hnry .
Friday. They vote Tueeday.Mr Mr*. W. C. Roberta, Mrs Christine
but Monday from their summer Mr. and Mr. W. H. Cat motored t*
Pt.r who U In Miami hoapltal. I F. Ill
a Chapman who wa Strug, W. H. Oauley, Perry Ogdon
U Miami Jut Saturday to attend Mr. and Mr* Curtl E. Lee are announclnc '
vacation Colorado Txa. and to some
Mr. and Mn. J. I>. Reed and Roy at the Poet Oraduat Hospital a few .. birth Henry Ooff W. H. Owen. J. W. Berry
till Of their tint child
ether
point
Myrkk ot Miami wro In Homestead day ha returned to her homo much and Alex: Hemming. ,
The Sunday School Counoll of the Mr. and Mr*. Henry Huiton of Miami a girl at the Pout Graduate Hospital
Sunday and vlalUd Mrs Reeil', atatr. Improved.Mr. Mrs. Anon Raw! and her mother
M. B. Church South belt lit monthly' motored down to Redland recently In HomeaUad, Thursday, October 10.
Mra Sam and Mr 11. .
McKlnrtrjr.Mr U. Defiler .11'chll..n Mrs, M. K :Raw! looked In on tho
meeting Tuesday night at the churchto I to volt Mr. and Mrs. o. R. Saw. W. A. Anderson, local building
J. .. Barne of Mommtaad Mr. aad Mr*. E. J. Thome, fetlvltle at the firemen' ball and
malt plan for the winter. ,.. and Mr. and. Mm. K. L. Davta contractor ha secured contract forth
pent the wrk-,n4 In MUml totting! and children and Mr. and Mrs John then attended the movie In Homo-
relative A. J. Drew Bob Nggera, C K. Reajamla and children were Miami Mr. and Mn. 0. H. MobIle and construction of Several cottage .

Walker and Joel Hubbard went out family were hopping In Miami Bat on tbs Tenella Farm properties atFranjo. Mead Friday" nightMr. .
RoMwell flaundor and Homer Nil visitor Sunday. and Mr.. W. C. ear,..., and
urd. .
on ft fUhlng/ trip I tent Tuesday afternoon The concrete foundation and
sin Motored to MUml Jut Sunday.an I Mn. E L Oilman of Wabao returned little on hava moved from Miami to
Mir Carrie Schumacher veranda pier for the tint were
They flaked till almkMt dinnertime from Ml on
Fwlr, a fruit lupector who t* her hem Tuesday after their la Sliver Palm
and failed to catch anything anti wa down Sunday to vide her poured lat week. Mr. Anderson will grove property
ha bu _
pending; few It. In pending ceveral week here In her
Homestead woo transferred to Do m they .left their !line In the water college oa Palm Avenue.C. mother. Mr*. H. P. Schumacher of :aleo erect a hotel' and a 119,000 resi-| for the winter.
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and set about tile llttl Redland.Mr dunce for tho president of the corpo-
Land but MondayMr preparing A.. Rhode of Springfield! Mo. I An American cltUen may own a
lunch hey had carried along, n*. and Mr*. Wm Va. Winkle and ratios at thus place thl winter.
and Mrs tt M. flow and Mao youngont eon of Mr. and Mr*. E. J. homer of big own provided b* ba
tore they children motored to Horaeetead but Mr. R. Y. Burr *a* built a new
eating went back to their
Jr., wor. Sunday dinner 11..1 Rhode, ha
ofMrs. recently arrived In Florida I a lot of boy and train them to b.carpenters *
Catherine Plckard line and Hob IUgg r* found "trOuperon Sunday afternoon to volt Mr. and oottag for hit farm help oa the rear
and Mr. and City. Mr. Rhode I 1. well t>ted bricklayer,
hi* line bad Mra T. C. BeUcrt. of hi* place oa the' Dlxl Highway painter
.r.. T. 1) Pleh. *l they a fteb'trj at I with this part of Florida and,h. .
.
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ter all... Mr and k... W. Coleman were MIami north of town. J\alt.,..* plumber, eta.-E:=.
Friend of Mr. and Mr*. Fred p. pect to spend the winter here. I (
Danfortk 'NI. W. J. Carter entertained last vliltor |lout Wcdneeday. Dr. W. S. Burkhardt will build a
and daughter. Myr and Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Potter Mr.
Bernlae wilt be lntr Med to learn Sundy the Her. and )0(,.. A. C. Cunnlngham and Mr.. Dnmond and Mr. and Mr. Herbert Turner of Miami motored tuoco Store building at Semlnol Just received full line of 1MT

thai they are now" comfortably tttltdIn and the Hey. and AI.... .Akin I. J. Shepherd all of North Haven down to Redland hut Wednesday to Main* a* soon a* the plan are ready Roger Broe. Bllve'-W. D.
alt ot MIami. visit his mother Mr. Oeo. Turner flr. He la now having the finishing touch Horn Co.
Ontario, Cal., according to letter Conn., started for their winter home
remind by Mrs Catherln. rlckard.I' O. W. Young, the advertlalng man. here Tu.....'. Thy art expected The Redland Aid of the Me hodlrt ------ -

''''' of Uf, Danforth. Mr*. Pan forth age ot Fulford Dy-tho-Sea Mra arrive Friday Church meet with Mra E. B Oold-

I Ie slowly regaining her health In the Young and Mr. Blakly'a' aleter oMr MIM Vera Cave I* pending thisweek berg today.Mr. .

higher altitude of the writ *. Young, ad of Miami, ....n. Bun at the home of her brother J. ; and Mr. Garry Nile and Mrnl .
day at the homo of Mr. and Mrs t.V Mr*. Lotus Nile motored down
Mr and Mrc T. E. Klrby returned W.: Covey of Miami.
Matthew from Miami last Sunday to spend the CASH SPECIALSfor
Thursday from a summer vacation Mr. and M... E. J. Rhode and ton,
opens visiting relative In Georgia and Ed: Parker of Miami rUlted/ Mr. andMrs. C. A Rhode, motored to Hollywood afternoon with Mr. and Hr*. H. C.

North Carolina. They are now living) a r Matthew but Sunday atUrnoon Monday. Miles of Redland., Carry Nile* ha
|ut returned from ,
In thnjr home en- Miller Street.Mr The Rev. A. C Cunningham, luptiv an all summer
Mr. and Mr. Glenn Reed and Mr* trip to Montana and California H* and SaturdayThese
Mattl Hill and Mr*. O W. Int.ndent of the Free Methodist Friday
M. H Tachl. ot Miami motored t* tint visited rebvtlv In Bellevlll, III.
Moody Church
motored to Miami loot Sunday of Florida City, rame from
and Homestead last Sunday afternoon to around the oil fie Ida In Monti na and
Mr Mra.
A. Doyle are eipeotlngt Miami'Friday and stayed over Bun.!
vtatt Mr. and MM & r on Mock ranches where h had
Matthew hlf
mow Into the hours recently va- day. \ lie preached at two """Ioe..
Mr. and Mr.. A. J first experliinee In bronchi .) .
Van Marter riding
wrote
rated by )or. and Mrs. U D. McGee The Rev. and Mr. Alkla of Miami
from Virginia tho early part of the tar being Joined.by his brother Col.
rah .. cam from Miami Saturday to attend prices apply only when "Specials"are
week that they are on their \AUtu. Nik. h* visited numerou
horns
Mr and Mr B. .. way the
L. r wrenc*. Mr*. quarterly meeting at the Free
C. 0. Whcve and Mr. and Mr*. L. E. and that the road a* far have .been .Wethodlct Church relative of Mrs. H. c. Nile near I purchased with other groceries-for CASH
food Their ooualn Mr. Lettl Duck Oakland. Calif. H* report w "grand
Radney motored t. Miami (art Friday Oecar Taylor formerly a Florid "
10 hop. Of Rochester N. T.. I. driving through I City merchant, wa In town visiting lm* but I* Had to be back In Flor- I ONLY.

The Rev. and >lr*. J. o. stradley.Mr wtlh/ them After a visit In Homo ,old friend ,..,Ierd.,.. H* rayed at I da before wluter/ begins.PRINCETON ,

J. X. Davis and Mia Pearl Ay- teed *h. will go on to St Pettmburgwhere I th* Florid. City Hotel loot night.

rock were awarded l diploma* for pau. .h* ha* an apartment A. B Saver and. Holland Mathle I I n% '

In* the .teacher.* training *oun* eiamlnaUon Mr, niana Haueman Rio., Ml. were Sunday dinner guests at the SUGAR pounds. $1.90

la Miami ..,. Stradley1 Bertha Kill Hauiimn Robert Rut. home of Mr. and Mr*. J. 8. Cave.. Mr. and Mr*. John Campbell and y
t'OVno.. land and 11. W. Morrl motored to Ml daughter, Mice May and Lola, brand
for training ot adult while Charles "Bunny" Becker, Jr. returned and COFFEE pound $ .48
Mr ami lt Sunday afternoon to attend I Mr. Adam of Miami vUlted
Stradley1 wa* for beginner,. and to Florida City Friday after at the
Mr*. 0..... and Mia .,_k'* for In.JermedlatM the First IlaptUt Church. pending the summer at Louleburg, W. homo of N. Wl Campbell Jut Thursday

.. Mr W. P Ollmer Mia Mattl Oil- Va-. with Mr and ttt*. ,John Delta, MlM May remalnetl hero for a I RICE 12 pounds, whole grain $1.00

Ml** UIH n Mllla Ml. Harvey Mae seer and Mr. L. E. BWhop' motored formerly of Florida City. Mrs Becker vlalt with the Misses Edna and Alma

Palmer, LaMoat Draw and Don t. Miami last Wednecday motored all the way H* reported the Campbell

Verreyra motored to Miami loot BunMr Mr.: and Mrs J. T. Poacher of Miami road' from Jacksonville to Miami to Mr L. c. Smith *p.nt the week IRISH POTATOES pounds' $ .38
motored down to Homestead Jut end In Miami with
dam bo In bad condition on account of the her niece Mr*.
'. unday and peot the flay with Mr. Derwln. Seumltb.Frank .
A. I* Brown returned recently rain and repair work, *.,
from OJu where site ha been starIng and tiles. W. A, King of Homtad. Patios of Miami visited hi" 1

with her Inter wit. ho bean III. Mr.. W. IX Horn went to Miami todayto I I REDLAND mother Mr*. C. C. Patton and sister l MEAT DEPARTMENT

Brown had a alight attack. of ,0 IIIII. get hi" daughter Miss Loretta, who 1 i Mr*. R. Si Crew oa Sunday

tie alno her "'... and ha boon May.Ing ha been visiting at the bom of her-' Mr*. R. J Arthur of Miami apent PORK CHOPS sound $ :30BU'ITER

with her aunt. Mrs A. II:. .....ftI.. aunt. Mrs. O W, Hill{, for a week.. Llttl Raymond Albrecht who. ha part of loot week a. the guest: of her ,, :

Mr. and hire a 1C Pean and Chart ruch' *. ..... Mrs Fr.d Rdd been In the Poet Graduate Hoapltaldnc 1 brother, Chu..lleb", ", and his faml.y .
little and Mr*. Emma William motored to I lie wa Injured In aa automobile I I Brookfield
CloverWooia
ton and Mr C. W. Mount motor or $ 045
ed to Miami last Sunday aflroon sad Miami today. I If accident a few week ago la e* much Mr. W; L. Cooper and -children

went la ewlmmhig. f Cb...., Saunders and Frank New. I Improved la health that blot parent I pent the weekend at OJu with relaUvea .

Mr. sad Mr*. Smith from Albany, loa went down to Capo Sable but I expect to fete him horn Sunday I. .

Oa.. arrived thl week, They bars Wedaeaday to speed a week, The Parent-Tetcher** AoclUon ...*. J. O MvRweeney and daugh.er. We are handling cuts from the best grade ot

moved Into the Cuhma Mr and Mra. H. U Ruel| .f Miami I of Redlaod met Jut Tuesday night I' Chrl tl'<*. vlilled in Hollywood'

....., t. r. King arrived houee In Horn*. event oat day hut week with Mr. ; Kansas City steers, which we will sell at special ,

l4 this week from Fort Oaine. and Mr W. A. Xing.Mra : JIIIIIIOIIIIIIIOIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIOIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIOIIIIIIIIIIII111tIfj/ / / ly low prices. Constant low temperature main-

0... to Join her kuiband who earn Milton Carr of )U.mlll apend- : I

about two month ago Mr. loop I. log tile week with Mr*. Cheiley Reuse i LEARN TO SWIM tained by our refrigerating machine insures
den of Homeotoad.FLORIDA.
working In Oown'l barber hop. They i iI 3 Expert swimmnig instructor can teach fresh sweet meats for table if
lucre moved Into the Fro apartment your you buy here.

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Henry peter who !, ,In, the Ml* klr and. Mrs Anthony Oeronlmo :
Hattl UowV. hoapltal la Miami wa Stamford. Conn returned to their i!I J. M. COOK WEST GROCERY 1

operated 0* Tuesday of this week 'winter horn her Monday They were H Lessons by appointment only. 5

cal to doing a* well a* could be *.. I accompanied by Mra KUaabeth Oop- :: i

,..,ted. Ml.** Mildred Campbell. Ml.** 1 poldt and Mr. sad Mr.. Arthur Whoa. ::3 Address: Homestead Swimming Pool Where $1.00 is worth $1.50

Maul Bigger. aad Mr*. 8am Wooly I also of ltatn,... Th* party motored ::i or Box 50, Goulds, Fla. 5 FREE DELIVERY PHONE 28

wvored |0 Miami lest Sunday toM I through In eight day. Mr. and. Mr
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Thursday, November 6,1924 __. _H' __u __ _._._____ .___ _rw_ ._ .:____ ._'

CLT--7 FKRTIUZINO cmtim percentage of aauMnia la preferrednow ::;the-fruit from 'becoming- I soars.. I! parity or the i>r.n..'. and .,.p
SOUTH FLORIDA MORE HEALTHFULTHAN ('.WP BIO PROBLEM especially If the spring has A definite rule tar the applicationin might. IK nuggrMfd for our Idea I '

THE FAMOUS PACIFIC COAST been unvMually dry or If a heavy pound can hardly be III&4to fit grove These figure alP for PochappMwtlon.SrUltutal j
I Citrus teltllieatlon; li one of farmIng1 cover crop particularly. learumlnova, lit, oaam A posed pee pear a* ass of i New >r. J "

4ND PRICES HERE ARE REASONABLE biggest problem No two. wa turned back the preceding year the tree, ply a pound per hex oa- ..... I.
/ grower follow the same nnetempaolallita Apparently the eioeee ammonia (0..
are net agreed on.1I bind with that In the euramer application f'I
By Dr. .W. J. Carter, Postmaster the point .Involved During rarm- canaaa ammonlaUon. oeareeneaa -

Thin ar. manyiiwhoM naaUh has meat raw*.**, winter or 11II_.-, the filii Week at the Ualveratty of norMa. epIHUng and similar tnwblee
bean Impaired by tbs rigor of tb. rate. are almost prohibitive. for those E H. Hurlebaua a practical far.UUer especially: If very rainy weather follow : .
northern winter who nave many el moderate mean It I* not a* at expert, gave a talk which follow .. uMt.o/lte f

timed hit. the aeoeeeUy *f finding a Homestead u ..... eomfortabUboueekeeplnt In partsOonNd.ratloe Prom October to December the fall ,
milder climate during voral month quarter can b* bad meat lie mad forth application la mad Praottee varies' Storage Batteries ," J

.( the year, Tha queetloa .artet Inth from IT.M to W.Ofl a week tt multitude of oondttioa and ctrcunvtance widely her, some growers preferring ,. ,1 f
minds .f iuch, ""Wher eaa I go 'raced early, "In either apartment *. Perhaps H I. boat to low ammonia and high potaah other j I Girt long faithful Mrvko IDA! I r

to secure th. best'....lIlto at a mlal. house or eot...*. IB each ese th.aeee.eary ron.ld.r a theoretical grove, planted using fairly high ammonia usually Jet the Initial cost i* low. It
mum expenear1Tho ,furniture, with the poeelbH on a good grade ef land of the Nor. with high potaah. The variety t* lie licit y st de wUI pq Tau to ia'Yttdpteli

writer pent wvrat year la exception of bad ,linen. for a email folk aerie*, with good air drainage fertillaed and the time the crop meal ::a Homestead Electrical Shop
California because ho had contracted family U furnUhed.On set with pedigreed\ ) tree of mld ea- remain on the tree ahould be carefully .

a hoanwntM which mad publto of Ih*.beet ft electric light eon varieties on routh-lemoa root. considered Late orange and : Homestead, Florida
peaking almost out of the o.ueitlon systems talons* to the city, and water five or *lx year front letting In grapefruit held late should have a r
la th. north and mlddl wqrt. But work, aewera,.etg. art on the pointof ''grove form. The tree are reasonably lower percentage' of ammonia to pro-
free fre.w and dlae thorely __ ---- _- -- n_ __ _..." _. _. .
the rainy season on tho Pacific tonal being Installed') a* ,(he fund are
available.;: pruned, properly oultlvated, and
coming In the Winter wai found to now
I aad ., frrulu .. tableo carrying a good supply of humus
counteract all the good which other- :. e,* arecon.tantly
WM would bar been acoompll.hd, frowlnc and they ar and b4ct.rla In the lOlL ,
In January .r February w* would 1.
and h* derived little or no benefit. marketed al a reasonable price dallf
I Tbs winter, bcauM o( the dampne, direct from the tree or'**rdea all the. (fertllli (hi. grove with a mixture Peters ParkHIALE.AH la
analytlng from I to 4 per rent ol,
were chilly and uncomfortable, "while winter through.Thoee
ammonia, from I to I per cent ofphosphoric
the summer except In V" higher hunting for a healthy and ,
acid and from I to *
mountain region were almost unbearably comfortable winter er ummer ".0"
cent of potaeh. The mixture should
,
hotFueling. annot do better than to come to per
be made mainly from chemical sourest !
certain thai relief could be It Olll.. a" l'torids.ESTARLISIIIM. II
the ammonia to be a* quickly
obtained I Ii Florida, the writer cam I
AN AI'LtRT !available aa ppatlbl Th* trme will I
I. to Homeetead seven yeah an. The I : I "In the Heart of Developments"
dealr take up this application during what
result hM been moil ratifying. Tho 1 Ruben\ a beekepeer t e0.
UWfah bit ap&ry there are leveralrolata I Ie normally th. dryent period of the
rllmata wa found to be- dry and
Presents Another
consider year ,hones theplant food supply I OpportunityLots
pleaaant In winter with .,,;..ftr.ahmp.ratllr. that tie must eerlounly I
Florida should be In a form which' cnn betaken
to of the
around TO-about thetemperature aceoidlng cpeclalliiti
of May or September In Flat Plant tloard. If he hone to rot up by the treea with a* little Priced as Low as $425
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the middle _to The temperature of a maximum of honey from hi. b..... delay a. poMlble. and be used up before 1

the summer month averaged around ,Anjong the little point itreeeed' that the/Hummer applicationIn Three Years to Pay 1
May or early In June we would
,
bavf bearing on yield ar4 pronlra-
10. with almost a rbwtant Mabree \
blowing, and this make the climate icy to water, shade, weed* and "..*. apply a mixture analyxlng from > to 60 Ft. Paved Streets '
.I..nter than the average June in Bee require fresh water at all time* I per cent of ammonia from I to IS HIGH and DRY During Recent Rains
and during per cent of phosphoric acid and from
of the especially I
the north year 0 to 10 per cent of potaah. This time ""'naU.* what the) .......pIt.lkn of the vast oVwenpmettt work now aster way and cont.inilal.nl In the
brood rearing. If water I la not available
Since I cam to Dad*.County on.the ammonia should b* mainly from Illahvli UlHtHrt will mean to the) trrrliory for Mire armind-ami how mm h nM. II will ntran. to
from lake creek, the bee. the ...
I lower at coat of Florida there hast a or available sources and should PKTIyllS PARK, lluatcd, as It In, In the) heart of dfvrlopnvolni Just one) milt north of tin Hare ....*
been no recurrence of the throattrouble. will b* a constant source of annoyance lowly fwhvr on I nougalmlllr. Avenue, whlth. will be) n through thoroughfare lo al'llt\tlllr lined on the BonhMch
I >> Th. experience of other around the pump or watering trough.If provide a light supply of nitrogenover In turn, runiwu wlih Uw Dicta Highway
la the residence a longer period.
the yard located near -
eomlng to Florida for other troublesbas
. been almll&r.I Under normal condition the lower Act Now and Secure a Sure Profit

I Now with regard to the txpene InKEHOLtrriONI During the heat of th* noonday sun, the' bee. will be handicapp.fli'iSr
\ .. the live* should have some protection effort to work In and out. AIM v.n-
i i In order that the comb will not Illation will be cut down. The bee Humphrey .V Lott '

WHEREAS the Redland tHitrtetChamber be melted down and ruined. Dana are able to maintain efficiency only & Loft
I. II f. B. Ind Ar, Phone till, Humphreys +
of Commerce feel deeply khade are to b* avoided. Thin piece when freah air I* being circulated Miami. Fls.O.ntlement .
t Y the loe thlc community suffers by the of board, placed across the hive will 'freely through the blue.Agrlcul.
i death of Jam** E. Ingraham an never a* a sum break. If board. ,tural New Bervle SELLING A'GENTS
honored aoclat, and art no< available, bruah will lufflo I am interested In Peter /

WHEREAS lie wa a patriotic cltl. Palmetto fana are good for this pure The September lull I la In a good time Park and would Ilk. without to hove 32 S. E. 2nd Ave. Miami\ Fla. Phone 3295 j
further Information
ten, public iplrlted a wise oouneelor. p..... I for Mass thru grower to get out the
and one of the greatest and moat effective It weed and grass are permitted to prayer and have It In shape for early obligation to me.

.developere' of the entire Seal grow around the entrance to the hive fall praying for whltefly. Nam ......................_............... Dade Investment Co. H. L. BOSTICK,
Coast of Florida of which this seas
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tlon I 10 a unit, and which, by his death Address .........___...._._........... Owners and Sales Mgr

I* deprived Of his always welcome Phone ..... ...... ......................... DevelopersSubdv.Dept Subdv. Dept.
and helpful "rYleo.'J'HEREFOOID ,
BE IT RESOLVEDthat City .. ............. ... .. ..._ ( ) Brokers Protected
we, the Board of Director of the
E. B. & Co.
Redland Dlitrtot Chamber of Com Douglas

marc, desire to txprew hereby our .
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character and eterllng manhood hi* o Z tm=,, m$1 r: ; ; I ;;;; ;;w

sound judgment and un"udrlnl.bor
la the interests of civic growth and Book Land
community developmentAND t OUR GREAT

BE IT FURTHER; RESOLVED
For and GirlsThe
that this resolution b* spread up. Boys
on the mlnutfe of thus organliatlon a* I
a permanent memorial and that a Bacon Hill Bookshelf. A new series of 1

copy o< It be sent to the bereaved copyrighted books that are mostly classics.
family of our honored _ocl.... In old Pub-
For boys and girls ten years or more. PRESEASON'SALE
memory of our' high intern we alga
,ourselves: lished in attractive form. Illustrated in color

*'. (Signature of entire Board of Director by famous artists. Includes: '

follow) "Little Women."
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"* Attest! "
"Little Men. .
i L. E. BISHOP.
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,( ffecretajy "A Daughter of the Rich."
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;* "Rolf and the Viking's Bow." .
"What Katy Did."

NANKIN'S "Nelly's Silver Mine." -: '

; i "Martin Hyde, The Duke'a Messenger."

/ : 59 E. FU,Ur S, The Boy Whaleman."


Let No One i $2.00 Each .

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Tell You That I

Shoe Prices For the Stamp CollectorThe AN OUTSTANDING ANNUAL BARGAIN EVENT

Are High. new, Standard Stamp Catalogue for 1925 WHEREBY NEW FALL MERCHANDISE IS AUSPICIOUSLY r.

I ITRODUCED AT SAVING PRICES TO
I I _t least not $2.00Books .
in this .tore. DADE COUNTIANS AND THEIR WINTER VISI-

J W. are very

I J \ rigid maintaining about- for Contractors and Engineers TORS.

I W.*l.- Walker's Builder and Estimator.

1 i, the such best a* giving shoe Architects' and Builders' Hand Book. "

Civil Engineers' Pocket Book.I
value and giving themat
i price that mean con- Mixing Paint and Colors.

1 aiatent THERE.ayint are.. -The Book Department. : Sale Begins Monday Nov. 10th'a


t. cleyer trap Your Personal Engraved Greeting Cards a
;: idea, cutout -
'. *, cross, Should be ordered now-then you are sure

straps, goring, of promrt delivery in plenty of time for holi- : PLAN TO COME 7

etc., in Uath- day use. You can word these cards to suit
and combinations -
era
J fa.- yourself and they will mean so much more ,

cinatuif and unique. to your friends.( Place your orders now at the

t ALL Society Stationery Department.

t; ARE $

:t SPECIALLY- Desk'Sets-New Arrivals .

,, PRICEDPAIR With the arrival of the first gift articles are f.' el

these lovely desk sets. Among them are styles (' .

suit home. They are hand made of
i Comes Ja all, to: any .-'II..!:
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sizes and .piths" f brass; bronze; some}of real leather in blue, *.} i I

row, brown. 'Priced from r" HEW YORK". pEPARTMENT STORE.Miami's ;


I $6.00 to $50.00 jj!, Big Popular Price Department Store


North Miami Avenue One Block From Fltgler
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--I Add butter, a..rar .and salt lo milk

BAPTIS1S PLAN r and water. when Ivkewaim add yatrake r t.

I HINTS TO HOUSEWIVES 1 when dissolved add the egg well
L5he Churches I .
I NEW BUILDINGRevival Ir boat Mann. Deoeoe.aaioa apecWMus. Tellaliaaen tvr beaten and and the let flour rise over beat thoroughly night, unomine .

nil buttered) muffin rings two
BREAD. "''YJ: STAFF Of UTK" tract may be substituted for maoa.
third fall; let rIM until rings are
BAPTIST Prtr meeting Friday evening at To Begin on Nov. By far the oldest aa* mot Important '
..... Rated H..,fin. fall. aad bake to mlnutea In a not
1'h1' '. 0. N. w. *tor 7:011: p mSilver 16; Thanksgiving Din- predict made tram flour to
Bundaf ....001 at t:41 a.ra.. A. J. Pelnv-The It... '1'. W. Whit- PlannedOn bread. The art o( bread-making Use Iou, of scalded milk 1 cup oven. a

Drew, Buperlntendent. prjaahlng at ..worth PM\\..... Church service* flrat ner- d.... tack U the reaotee ace ofmankind. of bolllnc water 1 tablespoons of
II a.,r,. and 1:10: p. BJU 8. X P. O,. and Ullri Sunday of each month at Monday even';; November 10 Bo Important U this food butter % cup of aucar. I.. teaspoon Want Ads Bring Results- .
at Oat p..m., Mia IJvl.Marpee. preal* II > nv.aad a, p. m. Jonlor
league the entire membership of the Baptist material at all people that U I* alinoetanlvereally of salt K yeast cake, 1 eat t Cupset Use Them and Find Out
at I a. m. Mia' Mary Ellen Whitwort Church will meet at the church at T
dent.Nov.
0. Morning aeraioni ","the a, auperlnundenti Sunday school o'clock: for the purpose of consider spoken of aa "th staff ofIf. flour

paj-dm-ea"; at fie evening aervlo at 10 a. m, E. a. Kelly, euperlnteadeatl me tile plan for financing and buildIng 11I111111 iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimmiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii'iii II 1IItIIIIIUlUllJllllllltlig
church choir will give a epeclal m''.11.IIeal /- Senior League at Till. a new Baptist church la Home Good bread la not a matter of luck I
program. 'j Prayer meeting every Tuesday evening stead. The eorornlttee In charge of but." the logical result of tile comblnlnf I
Prayer meeting "Key Word! la the at t Ml p. m this mivemen aonelata of th. deacon of the proper Ingredient' incorrect Right?
Gospel of Johni Wo ld." MAIUNM cx M>namr: pnrncn and truaot_. proportion and applying the Eyes I
PiTrtiM,-Toe Rev. O. A. UU.,, The Rev Wm. D. .
J. Carter D. The deacon are W. P. Horn, chairman proper temperature for noising ral
pantor.. Sunday achool at K every pastor Sunday school at I p. m.; ; R. II:. Edwards, aecrataryi T. A. tog and baking Let Us Tell You
Hunday, Mr. Beck superintendent
; Young People' Society at tOO .
; Campbell. A. B. Pratt, O. V. Moon, oof re Hotia
preaching at U a. ne.. and ttl p. m. preaching eervlo at f:" p m. All L. B. Oand,. B. A. ,King, A. J. Campbell 17.. t pupa of milk 1% yeast cake, smartifYOu I
3 i
the first and third Bunday of each are Invited. eyes
month, B. H. Fitch, Joel Lewis and Dr. H cup each, of butter and lard and I IF your
J ., constant and
BPtRJTVAIt SCIElfCBMr
have
Prayer meeting every Tuaaday at VB, Tower. sugar and flour t egg H teaspoon
Agatha Oakes lut3.. .., '
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MO: p. m. ) The trustee* are B. W. Morris of cinnamon, 1 lampoon of salt with ann ying headaches- I
vice* held In Odd Fellows HaiL Lyceum
CIfIUrU\ IKNCriSunday at 10 .. m. Sunday; church aar.vlcea chairman, O. I, Oault. A 1. Drew, enough melted butt's', oonf.cflon.n'aura let us examine your ,
ervtoe ara held at the O. L. Btrlckland and Alvin Campbell. and vanilla to eult need i
at 11 No evening aervlc**. eyes. Perhaps you
Lochrla homo In Florida City at 11 Any children not attending another Th Inane committee U composed Scald the milk when lukewarm addreact
Our
are
a. m Sunday arhool at tel 11 a. m. Sunday school are cordially Invited to of a A. king, chairman, W. cake., and aa soon aa dlaeolved :: glasses. eyes

Hiram OP CHRiirr attend tL* lycoum. D. Home, R 1:. Edwarda, and Mr*. add Hi cup of flour. Beat thoroughly open to discover the defects .

Corner. of Pin Avenue and Pine Nov. t. All member are requested" Neva King Cooper treasurer. I covor and let rise: than add butter 1 in yours. Let us make your Glasses.
Rtreet Bible atvdlea It a.
mil
.to be preeent aa there will be a epeclf Revival Mart Bum lard sugar, beaten egg cinnamon
preaching 11:41. at Lemon 11 a directed m; communionat by Elder eervlce.Ladies'" Revival services will commence at salt and flour enough to kneed Knead 1 DR. J. C. DAVIS

A Ion to McKwtn. the Tlapil Church on Sunday *vn. until wall mixed, cover and lat rims
Graduate Optometrist ,
Revival aervlce are now being conducted Aid To Give Play Ing, November 14. The Rev, J. C. Turn mixture on a floured cloth Roll
by the Rev, Mr. Lowery of At Fla. City Church Nov. 7 Sims, pouter of tha Riverside Baptist Into a lone rectangular pIece H Inch Permanently located with
Tenneacee. Church of Miami will do the preachIng. thick Brush over with melted butter PENINSULAR JEWELRY CO.
OILRCIC OP UOII* The Ladle*' Aid of th* Florida City fold from anda toward center tp mall.i I

Pine Avenue. L. B. Mowry, paator.Hunday Community Church will give an an. "Mr Blma la a fine worker--one thatalways i three layora and cut off placea .-. Homestead, Fla.
school at 10 a. m.| B. C. Mur. trrtaJnment at the church Friday, h.. an Important place on the Inch wlda. Cover and let else Taka Reference: Alonio McBwen, Congressman Jo Bear, Capt C

l>hy, uperlnttndenU Preaching ..,. Nov. T. A .short play, "Not a Man In state summer aaaembly program," said each plea separately In hands ..ndt1l1.t = J. F. Jaudon.
vice a*, It a. m. and I p. m. the )tou..", will be given font and the 1C.. N. Walker "Last year In /
from anda In opposite dlreotlona nillllllllllllllllMIIIIIIIIIIIMMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHII/ IMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIjl
DeLand ha directed the social featuresof
T.I'IMC'OI'\L after this, music and a social hour will
the ...mbl,. He lea popular min then shape In a coll. place In
HI. J''hn'-The Itev. C. P. Jackson, be enjoyed and refreshment eerved.
rector Sunday school at 10 o'clock;; ister." buttered pans, cover again let rise,
morning eervlce and sermon at 11 White Stone Church Plans Jamea W. (Sunshine) Jelki will dIrect and bake In a moderate oven to min.use. >
o'clock the singing and children'* work. .. Cool nightly and brush over
Mtm1JD11I1' tPIN(1PU. For Old Folks MeetingAn Mr. Jelka la not only an evangelistic with confectioners' aufar moistened Homestead GarageAUTHOnIZED

The White mane, Jloroeatead-The singer, but la also a writer of hymn with bolllnc water and flavored' with
old folk meeting and old time
Rev W S. Oray, pastor Sunday and a good speaker At the summer vanilla.
singing are planned for the ..I..no'elol'k
achool at 10 a m, Capt. C. B. Hough assembly In DeLand last summer Mr. Sweet French Rolb
service the Whit.
at Stone
Inks directed the
superintendent; worship, 11 a. m. and Church nest Sunday, choral large assembly Ue. 1 cup of milk. 1 yeast. cake
1:10: m.Prayer IOCI.ty.Homeat.ad
p A cordlak Invitation, I* extended to In dissolved In K cup of lukewarm water
people are fortunate
meeting Wednesday at T 10.
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tvNov.. I. Old folk meeting at 11 tbs public.Baptist. securing thee two Christian workers.Everyone iufllclent flour U cup of sugar Ito
a. m. Old tin alnglnc. I* Invited to attend the ser ,epoon of salt 1 en, yolk of 1 etc, '
Church night Wednesday T.IO Choir To Give vices. :rt s.iTbankegiving { I.' teaspoon of mace, H cup of melt..d EXIDE SERVICE STATION

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The }ldv. O. M .freemanr porter, Sue will A Thanksgiving get-together; meetIng Scald milk, when lukewarm add
given
'be'
day school at 10 a. m.. J, M. Dobbin spaniel program ; of Daptlsta and friends will beheld dlaeolved" react cake and 1% cups Tell electrical troubles and bring
Sunday evening by the choir of the us your your
.vperlntemlent; worahlp 11.. m.aM at the church at noon on Thaak of flour; heat well cover and let rise
1:10: I Baptist Church. Mr*. Given Victor giving day. Committee mechanical jobs to ourREPAIR
p. m. are BOW planning until light Add sugar fait ergo
and Mia Anne Polk will .In
a dll.tton"
H Nov I. Morning "The for a real old-fashloatd dinnerto
sermon Mn. Vera Bum merlin. solo.Several well beaten, mace and butter ,and
CtirUtlan Lire" a be served on the and to
grounds
) evening eermon I
anthems will be rendered enough more flour to knead. Knead,
Through BaltlKfleldi In ThreeWoi be followed by a good program. EXPERTSWe
Id*." by the choir, and the children' chorus Th. committee In Charge tof the let rise again, haps and bake name
will have a part on the program. a* salad rolls, or rolls In a lone strip
II..II..I-TII. n.v. W. B. Oray, Thanksgiving day program, la Mr*.
to l U Inch to thlckncM,
spread with
pastor Preaching aervlce at I.IOi MKVN: IIIIIM- (,(AIIM R. K. Edwards, chairman,- Mr*. (I. tOault .
I butter, roll like' roll
Sunday school at 10:10, Mia Stella "What Jesus Did at a Ilcnlo" will Mrs. Kate pickard. M1.. C. up Jelly aad'cut
Turner, In 1-Inch piece Place piece In pan Genuine Ford Parts
superintendent Epworth b* the lemon at the Baptist. Church N. Walker D.11I0w., R. T. Campbell Carry
league at r-it p. m,., Walter. Roller 10 o'clock! Sunday morning ....t.* go Dr J. IX Tower O. W. Moon clone together flat aide down A
prceldont to the plonlo where God make Him- Mrs Frank Hausman and Mr. J. B.Thomas few grating from the rind ot a
MKIIIUDIMT: rlUCMllorlda nest!( see a and heard.O lemon or % teaspoon of lemon ex-
Clty. -The Ire*. I.UHIa Newton TOM WEST I --- ----- ---- -
The committee on place and dinnerarraa..m.nu
pantor
Sunday school at 10 a. Teacher of Men' Bible Claa
m., Mrs W. J. Carter, euperlntendent.1'reachlng I. composed of J. T.

eervlcei at 11 a. m. and When a man goes to sleep on his Vann, chairman Mr, W D. Horn,
1:so p. m.Prayer Job don't waka him, Suet give the job Mr*. M, P. Walker A. J, Campbell J.

meeting ?10 Tuesday even lo eomeone already awake.-Ex. M. Lewis, Mn. J. R, Dorsey, Mr. O.
Inc. A. West Mrs H. D. MtOarrah. )Ir..

Clues meetlnc 1.10: Thursday even Neither adveralty nor prosperity 8. H. Filch and Mr.. M. P. Wrilam.Cunte .
In,. Wm Ilatobelor, clam leader
e\er changee a man; each merely
Toung people' tone service half bring* out what there I I. in him.-Ex. to the play at the Florida
hour before prayer meeting and claw City Community (ltur'h Friday, Nov.

meeting Every man ha a grievance and ha T, Mluoo and rrfrrahmmu also AdmlMhm -
Ml.T1IOJJS1', sotmliottmtead.The will tell yov all about It on the lead '5c| ('..lId_ ....1... II ranIfto ,
j Rev. i. Q Btradler pro.tlon.--I'I.' .
paator. Sunday school at 10 a. m.. --
J. L. Burton! luperlntendent. preachIng atalumlunlit11uulaunlulIIIIulanuuliIRnanllwluululnuuuuuluu 111111 mil .

service at II a. in. and I p. m.
'""--The Rev. T. W. Whit. w\ ,
worth, put II'. Preaching serviced I 'Lambert Trublpruf !

second and forth Sundays of ...h :. rn
month at 11 a. m. and I p. m. Sunday iMo

school Prayer ill meeting, a. m. every Sunday, I 'A Tires [ !

avery Wednesday \'Il
evening at T:4 p. m.PruicMMh 3 j
-Th* Rev. T. W. Whit- ?
worth Uto,. Sunday school at I = Will take you there ROOFIH6 ,..,

and preaching. 4. 3 ar and bring you back. s- J .c"" : 1

TILE! DIUVFR'S .E
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1.-t will net cut la.I.1 .
will net cut corner All kinds of tire and tube repairing: :

'.-I will net paw another car on 3 New tires made from old ones. Bring: "

a curve where there Ia not a E in your old tires; we will look them

clear road ahead. over and show you what we can do. Ii'I Ii
..-I will .1_ up at corner and 3 -
Old tires taken in on new ones.
on thoroughfarea where children
are playing In the itreeU \ A

l<-1 will not be a "road h.." and A few bargains in good second hand tires. Leaky Roof: 1
will arlv{ on the rich side of :
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'.-the I will road.not par another car at { Homestead Tire and Retreading Co. .fli$ I IGood 1

high peed at Interesting = will ruin the interior of your home your wall furniture
atreeta nor race another ear I One Block North of Postoffice your 1

while attempting to paaa le- iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiitB floors and in ,*
gitimately.t. your everything general. .i

.-I will drive carefully, and :0:
wtll make no sudden atop pM1- J

without giving the proper al,.
tmto the driver In the ear

following. OystersOysters roofing is good insurance for the interior of your 1

..-l will observe tram rule and 4rY1i 0''

will privileges not nor ell_park the mj parking car .. WE HAVE THEM home. Put a good grade of roofing on now while the

hlghwaj except where there

U a clear view ahead lad bee weather is favorable. Let us figure with you. We have
Fresh Fish
M4 for at Meat tOO yard. Every Day ,

i.-I will keep my brake IB good
condition* reaJWng. that I. good grades and our prices are right. Do it now.
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driver la. only aa toad a.. hi* The kind you like best

brake Live and Dressed
JO-XawUl tot drive a oaf While PoultryFat

eider. tM laMaao af moor hens And choice : friers dressed to c
young ,
Oa drlok hi to* Beany rot any
.11..... \ I order! day or night W. D. HORNE CO.

1&-1 will ace M* VarlBf head.Ughta .

... aaaaaoaaarllr aid will City Fish and Poultry Market .
always .Ia them Ce aa- BUY IT IN HOMESTEAD

preaching another ear. B. D. McGARRAII Prop. TELEPHONE 607J HOMESTEAD FIX '

U.-I will tats ao laUGH and .
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Just opened on Mowry Strtd'west of Bankof
wlU N aU wlthla. my paw** lo

keep float ..a*.gerlng. the Homestead ".

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Page Six THE HOMESTEAD LEADER Thursday, November. _6, 1924 i :

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T1EIONESTEADLIMRBQMBOTAD. I SHE (IS FIRST VrOMAN) GOVERNOR I

Imoltetirts NEEDLES IlmleoHr Agriculture, Horticulture, Livestock

-... 1vfa 4..err;1s.r.M-;;; Wrtrts fw The Leader | When Dade Needs
IQtrrB DADa 'UILIIIfING COMPANY Ov CSALtgs Do 5A5M0. Adapted to County's

Pisliii r Someone t...m UelvenHv |
MNUMMCAKHII reMMT -**. I (Questions will b* answered la this column.)
LUCI *! '* .IIII"U"'IIIII' W

N"Mmfa UACN lni.-.-..r.e.rrTre.lee. WHO IIIIIUIl"II""IIIIUI.1 I By J. M. RAINBT County Agricultural Agent.

BIWAnillAlCNtubsorlptloo : "WetM..wMAtoan

LEACH "(III."" ."_M_ A ('bW'. ( (Continued from... week) the wide-bed yate* to u..... The

t.ee e/rwer44.. nuts Juo ", .-. ..... HAXAGKMKJiT OP PINEAPPLEPLANTATIONS to**** tram sunburned fruit are much
Ii".ruse .e messed rMMe..d.e W Awe a Who knows, ah tell men, who INeww greater, ........ a* the plant shade

Whence the wind cometk Oorlng ana MarMiig oft th* Find each other less than la the wide-bed
rat*. ...." star Or whither It blows When virgin land I I. to be planted system The depletion. of humus duo

the timber growth usually to grubbedoff to saposjOs tk* sell another dtoadriataAef -
Who know of the end In a ring .Ia
TUB USADKIMI: CREED \ although pin that sytBl.A
We believe In Homestead wad Ok where It bfglneeiH Mump, which i >wfay* after placing. k. tublpoontal .',

... County. In any round thing quickly decay, are At cottonseed *,, '''! I* dropped lb

W. believe In Iw r **at* tutur Who know what a baby think sometime left la Ink the bud el the clip. This

and its potentlalltfe When Its emu le* at jail motherOr place. After grubbing practice, known a* "budding," '....lIlta

W* believe In its citrus fruit Wdustcy burble and blinks the brush In the formation *f a bard core which

'>4 Its avocado Industry lit and root at prevent* sand from blowing In and

tomato Industry lu rich glade land Nobody doe burned; however, ,mothering the bud.

IU wet-mllliig pin land, and Wit know of the downy nest this should hot be Th general car of the pineapple

It* qualification u a regular Promised .- And the egg therein ', don on the land Held U comparatively simple. .consist !
Land. Ing mainly ot<< three or four ADDual4uIU..Uon.
Of Robin redbreastTWh to be planted, a*
with the scuffle hoe to
W* believe In our professionalmen Bra destroy much
our tradesmen. and our pul- know the boat way to goT of the valuable. keep down the weeds Car should betaken

new mm; and w* believe In their the money bank I humus of the soil. during the hoeing and other

dated for law enforcement and ol.* Whey the "" ..-.eaf cloven grow t I II After the land ha cultural operation to avoid breaking ,a,
I the brittle pineapple. leaves, a* when 1
la Improvements. been deeply plowed and leveled It to
Who .knows wile the squirrels hid..
the** are Injured they lose mol.tureto
W. believe our people will ,- ready for marking off. ,
effort to And where la the stream The such an extent that the plant maybe
predate the IAAdllr' field are laid off for plantIng 1
The minnow glide? seriously. damagtd.FBrtillxatlon.
give them new, advertisement with a plow or a marker similarto .

and editorial that will bring them I do. that used In planting eern. I* .

the greatest measure of truth, Julio the commonly used wide-bed eyitemplant Moat Florida. pineapple soils are ,

tlc and helpfulness. TIlE PEACOCK CHAIR1UIIbroW'1 are usually paced II inches very low In fertility and require heavy

W. believe that It I. our duty apart In row which are also. tl Inches applications of fertilizer a* well a*
A craftsman wishing to
to serve the public to the beet OfOur << apartSix row eonstttut a bed, the addition of human for the production -
make M* daughter a suitable and
abllllr, that w* must keep faith and every seventh row to skipped and of profitable crop Mangr systems
beautiful wedding construct
present
with the public at all time, and left a* an aisle l between two beds. of fertilisation are ud *uocessfulty. -
lid for her large parlor chair,
a upon
that to do 10 WCl must print all Two row an omitted after every The Florida Agricultural
the back of which h* carved a giant
the nw without fear or favor or third bad for a roadway. Approximately Experiment Station recommend for
prejudice or color,, line honest peacock[ with full-spread tall. Conceding 10,000 slip are required to the average soils of the east coast pin*.

publicity bout promote community that the carving wa skillfully plant one acre with this pacing. apple belt from I.SOt to 4.00 pound
welfare don, would you consider such a chair In the Cuban planting system bocadonally to the acre'annually of commercial

beautiful TLowbrow followed plants are apt fertiliser analyzing I per cent nltrogn Photos rom faderwood; A Underwood
Well the peacock to certainly .
A CtOOn TIMR TO PLANT 10 Inches apart In double row. which 4 per cent available phosphoricacid A woman wa* elected governor ot Texas for the first time In the history
bird, and If the
a gorgeou are 11 Inches apart, with I feet separating and 19 per cent potash, appliedIn of the country when Mr*. Miriam A. (Ma) Ferguson wa* accorded. this I
This \* said to be a food time of carving was good I don't see. why the
the pair ef row*. This four application a year for the honor at the poll Tueeday. Mr. Ferguson went through three bitter cam
system
the year to plant tree Why not hair might not have been a beautful first U months after the field I palms In an effort to vindicate the Ferguson family name. Her husband '!
save hand labor by permitting plant
begin one James K. Ferguson wa Impeached while governor and wa* unable to ret
cultivation with horse-drawn Implements ed.It his name on the ballot a* a candidate,
One Inpal real estate dealer aid' Highbrow How about the suitableness Is further .
this work that Just a few ntty-o nt -of the peaoook decoration during the first two year after recommended that after Mr. Ferguson had to survive two primarle'and the final election to
planting; further, the fruit produced this a similar yearly amount b* win. Her closest opponent wa Felix Robertson. Klan candidate.
tree, well set and well cared tor, tint to the daughter and then to the I
average somewhat larger than whereFROM (Continued on page 11.)
would loon add at taut a thousand chair _

dollar to the eats value of a lot and Lowbrow: I shall have to consider NONAGENERIAN COMES TO SEE COOLIDGE

give I annual dividend on that much of that It the daughter was a modest

Investment and more. 'I violet or clinging sort of creature, thepeacock i OUR MAIL BOX II I r=-.....""""" .._VOW_..... _..,....,...1. ..'. _, i
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where a few wall selected. fruit i flamboyant, but If she wa a vivid, i I.. i

tree have been bringing return man red-faoed, oomer-on, why, it would Editor Homestead Leader, last year It la precious little. If-w* ,.1.1'I

than sufficient t* pay all taxes on not Its *o bad. A* to the suitableness Homestead, Fla I hip our total output this year and

the horn properly and beside t>to of the decoration to the chair, I am Dear girt do no( let several million boxes rot

have been giving an ample suppl;' of not *o ure. It wa certainly something I not that there are some editor I" the grove w* will ship just H ,

the choice of fruit for horn SM.In "dlttll'","" fOil I never law one and other* whip would put the throat much or more than we shipped last'

numerous instances the ante valueof like let! but there doe not seem to be ot-their country for their own Bullish. I year, : ,

the lot had been Increased from 100 much In common between peacock purposes by claiming that there .U a There I* the old. saving that h* who

per cent to 1,000 par etat. and chair' But on the other hand short crop of citrus la Florida this I seals my puree teals trash. ThjsJ e ky
A few DlOt'Itb.1 eear h made doe there need be la and that I I.
was to any thing year this the cause of better sane saying might be applied to the
about MIAmI and Homestead for two common between a chair and Its decorations price to the atbwebe They:will; man Vino; wishes to cheat co-operation

choice specimen Of royal palm that What do J'OIIIIIL,' not contend that It la co-operation and: and better method out of Its right

Gould be purchased. for transplanting Highbrow: The subject .ill somewhat batter marketing method pun and by saying that It la the short crop

1o a private estate. A prior of fftft complex Let u* first think of simple I that have brought better rN I that la bringing the grower more

each would have "beta paid If proper theelse\ of the decoration. This one 'Wt*._ 1'h.{;proofU found In khrfe.\' "moneys .A(I we need to make the citrus

specimens. hid been found for al*. covered< the whole back ef the chair that lat yew w*.got' nothing' tar any business- pay''II eo-operatloa and

I'rlce ranting from fit. to 1100 are hence must have been very striking, fruit hipped at any Urn to any place better method of handling the fruit.

aid to be not uncommon for largo so that the observer would naturally regardless of the quality or grade The more of these two things we get.

penlrntn of the coconut palm. think "peacock" rather than "chair" when w* shipped through the ordinary the mote the business will payust

Why not plant one or two more upon beholding It But that was not channel of trade. The trouble wa suppose for Instance, that ..11th. fruitin

ratio than are needed on your home the purpose of the maker. What that there was no co-operation and Florida belonged to one man or

lot r Then when they haw. crown h* would naturally desire. was that no reasonable method were lined *o corporation, or suppose It was nil

too large for the space they on .be the observer 'should think: "What a the speculator took advantage of the hipped by one corporation uh a*

moved to tome other lot t* add valueto beautiful chalJ" and not, "what a condition t* make money for themselves would be the case It w* all belongedto

It, or they can .... Mid to the lass beautiful peacock on what they handled.. The the Florida Citrus exchange. There

fortunate fellow wINo bas not plantd On the other hand. If the peacock rest of the crop, several million boats, would b* no trouble In the dlstrtbu.

any decoration had been mall and In- rotted In the grove tlon shipping, and the control ot

oonsplctou, and so conventionalised a* It lively cannot be possible that any price, therefore, the grower wouldbe
ri.AVGUOUNI ANn VICE: to make It apparent that the artist- person could believe that there U a bound t* be the wlnners--thorr

Local Investigator of playgroundand artisan had not been attempting t* mall yield In Florida this year. If could be no question\ ot It Every

child delinquency records And make a baee-rellef stain ot the peacock there 1* such a man let me *ay to grower should feel honor bound to t

and disclose a relationship t between on wood but a true decorationof him now that he I* mistaken and badly Join the Florida Citrus Exchange

i"' the two that. Illuminative. says the the chair. then the result need not mistaken. If there I* any let trait Very truly yours, k i
'I, Washington Poet. A cheok-up of delinquency have bran Inartistic. In Florida. this year than there wa DAN It. ROBERTS.
Lowbrow I don't quit catch on.I .
arrest ever a two weeks'
period shows that, of the IT arrested, I* there a difference between a "decoration" TABULATED ELECTION RETURNS
on an object and a true representation
only one lived within three city blocks t .
of something else .. this t
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If"u of a municipal playground.It same object You Imply that the I' *' (contt.-p.:: ;:;:; :; .) }\

l 11, warranted assumption thai' craftsman failed to decorate the back t!; t f Homes 'Fia, Prince- ;a.d. I ..;_

children living clous' to playground* of fill chair but used the back *f the r-io..tlal F.Mi Iore1 -. t City too Ooul" land Photo from Underwood Underwood
"vail themselves of the opportunities. chair to make a wooden statue of hit ANDERSON (D) ..._; ....._.....us-- It n
ALLEN 1R) ..,..,.......j......-...._......,'r,2, 20 II 11 to Cora Meeker, ninety-three, who made a trip to the Weet by oxcart yanago d I
M offered and the fact that moat,*l peaoook In bae-rellef. If this to so GEORGE: (Pro,.) ........._......._....,.._ 11 '0' founding the Oregon trail and a down cities, returned to Waehlnirto "
than arrested lived at a distance front what about hand-painted china In AIJK1N (Amer.) .. I tp0 by airplane te the Oregon trail be made Into O military
inch area further warrant the deduction which bird and flower and other COFFIN (Prehl.) ::::::::::=:..:::=:: 4 = :tie C highway. He ;:.rr.4 President Coolidge at the Whit* o.t interest: him
(VmRvewsntan IBICAHS In the Oregon trail. Photo ahow the President greeting Eire Meeker, the '
1\' that remoteness, of playground object are represented,a* thing true (J)) ..........._........??.........._?..._. 14) 41 If II t1 11-year-old pioneer: ,r yThere's
make for delinquency. This to nature I* this real decoration, or UINOHAM (R) .?...................._....?..._.... 11 .0 It g a.
to It something *ITHlgkbrowi Parker (Amer.) ...,?_...__...._......._.......
to In line with generally accepted eon- (Jovermtrt
To
I elusion that healthful play and recreation answer your questions MARTIN (D) -_.......?..............__,, Sit nil.s 10
: In order, I would *ay. first "Teethere O'NEAL (R) .........._..M._....._...._.... II 1. at II
provide outlet far youthful
to a difference between true dee-, KixTMary of Matei
J enemies' without leading to vie and oration, of an object and a representation CRAW)t>Rn (D) ....__.._.... _...._ 101 It 11 fit If No Comeback to a '
trim. of another object placed LAWSON (R) ?-......._....._.'""_- II 11 0 I II ,
upon
>> Attorney CmrrallHUrX
"' the first ovon though. Intended" tor atleco..Uo. HD (D) ..._....._.....:....0... U' II ff a. I' Checking Account! ,
"Banana plant fourteen Month old .. Decoration to on. thing, KURTZ (ft) _._._.....__ 84 11 II 1 It ,
\ row have twenty buache, with and representation aa true to fact to ().pnollnl :
a* AMINO (D) _.-.................................._. U' 1", II 11 II fa \
many a* eighty bananas to the bunch. quit* another. In much hand-paint OWEN (R) ...-__......_.. ,-......-.... at 11 0 1/ 'f'
il bill
i This I* the crop from only fifteen ed china, the china I I. turned Info a Trramrrri AFTER you've paid a witji a check it acts

eaava en which to paint a Dictum In MINING (D) _........._..._.....__..._ lit 44 11 II II
r bulb planted by K. P Bobelalr. hand-decorated SMITH (R) ..."........_...........-...-._ It II 0 It definite ,
true china, for
till natural the bill rendered.
date the Utllell Current, which sago Wepfi Isatrurtkuttt'AWTHON ITm as a legal, receipt
this gentleman ha a splendid plantation object portrayed upon It are modi- (D) ..._._...__....._.._...._ It II 10 II :
fled or "eoiivaUonalldM *o that they"suggest" MK8. OBBRLIN (B) ..... .....?..- 14 U II It II There be
s and Had ; can no come ) ,
: ;. a ready market forth rather that "represent". A Commhwhitirr of AgrlniilnireiNATO 0
fruit on the Fort Hyer market ........?.............?_....._?..._ Ht .t II .1 If
realistic painter attempt dure, vivid I (R) ..........?..._.._.............._ II 1. II T II back-
for aa .high. ae fly dollar a bunch. representation with form, perspectiveand Jtmtnei of Sup. CowrtlTKRRELL no argument over. ;

i Florida 'I'I.\1alo.. color. true to nature; ,decorator : (D) ......._......__..._.... m .I .n II If

must Irdalors, perspective and color !CUBRKRLY WHITriKLD((R D))..::::::=::.:::::::::::: Il{ s0 is n ;: 83 so the payment. And there

Many toed buataona Idea com ia a different way. la decoration, ..... ,,
OOBKR( : (R) _..__ II. 11 U 0 It '
front on-bulaM IIOIII'OIO-EL t:h. color may be a* the artist pleas, R. R. CommsMlnBeniMATTHKWS are other points in favor '
'it
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perspective may b* Ignored entirely. Ul.t: sly; all' ::
W ELts (D) ; 7s
Hard luck bj eonpoeed ol lailaee
whll the form It exist. la '
a* nature of such '
HOtKtES I Rl :.. .11 an account the
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", and poor JuJ...e.&.-K:.. mar b* Just a.* agar formless a* M i PRICK (R) ::=-- ,. .f't1-Ij.: 11 ItI j 1: :: -

can be without falling to suggest what !Wave smistoelM 'en.. .. the
All waste la at.*.-Kx. object I* meant WATSON (D>)> ...- T"I pel ;5 hlt II. II fT ease, convenience ,
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Lowbrow! I think 1 saw ban aaakling t4Ntw.TA 1 tO) .. '1.t, >{, 1 If II II fa and a daily check
( of what yo* are gtttlng at I KtwrtrftCHA 1", ")J. on your
red I '}B (D) "---- all' : 1 .. I
P stoat then asnme regard thepeacock : .\ ( ,
Chair a. Inartistic 4:1: : expenditures and income. Whether
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'' .. 10 asRLANyTON your account
Highbrow) Tee* for though It wa : tP f.u

HERI AibiA steaded for a decoration. It to really (D) 1 II Ii ft is is $50 of $5,000
assured
twk[ of Osseo you are a
crude representation of the form ef t.
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LOt 0is I LY ( ) +. e .. -.- Iv* It N' n fa
'1 / TAMIIIl31Nfi the actual peacock, and mad so largeand ,HO OnilxrUirt 1 rr. service-the
; / M l1lltA i0F" obtrusive a* to divert the ulad 4 1141'IRONDP ..'.Y. __ ..."......... IvT 44 If .o II friendly sort of service that has ''y :
from the chair sad concentrate |% rn 4s snare .
upon
TH HILL (D) i tot II If 10 II built for this Bank its enviable
iHY HAY[ that gaudy bird act usually a- 4 leek: of CMmtouU CuurtlriXKJD reputation. .
.,. ONIY ONIUl'Of1011 sedated with parlor* or their turat- I (D) .. .... .....-----.....-._... 111 If II II .1
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TO THEIR : CVej ""'< e* HHP| t BANK OF '
NAM Oeaealogy to ..01& IntonatingtMy RFIIoD) .. .... h tit 'U It to II HOMESTEAD
Uay a man ejaa tree ktofmilly I tinanl of Pubis iMinwtlosirrit.KR DEPOSITS
tree right bark to a wood shop.ph (DUICHKIJBKJV> IU ,' .1 d It at INSURED
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' Redland School News Ihry on accomplish by alUMUnithnw 1 fUU that wilt a1. MMT.d Nov. 14 M Maou RolwHA O-orf. KAtol TKyt ...110 INIKtkhlllI1NafllalHltHlullInHulIIwlaiullNHhllHi/H. =::; fit' t tI
rnMtlnc Lesion City UndM-the careful oses- Morri JtnMM, Rraq Oor "
I By r. 0. Wtilto lag of HT r ra*., they feel mm of Chester HMrt ''. M4 Henry H......... am buying any kind of t tl'
On. or tk* high MfcjEal t.. leers wUUdnc the (mm*. They chow IB r
The P. T. A. At R tUnd Mt x.. HIM Mclvw hM bM.ll tor t0| pulIWr pn'seouaet seek day. A nosiest to blnc held l between time ,
fCr day night la the .hpl M theschool. Motwn .I *un but aho to now at whool 1 At a meeting of the bor' basket 'roans a* regard, to 01.tMt ......- The fancy Citrus fruit :
Atlleeg the io Lois AMetisa4 I ... II .
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ball MUM this west It WM dsdd.d to rues gab the Idghgl! pet aNtttlurinv
tilt an of the ....... .M*.I UM se a uniform .tides drab psuubt tM year will b* given a holl- in quantity. What have ? 'w. '
ad arnjM utf o thriol. prixDwrlng to -dhI weather WI blue him with wMMTk stripes atoll ..r t. speed In picnlclar All the any you 't
' into to 1M given byt/. r. A. lag. are now having, both MM boyrVlrto ai d bins ateskingo.gK11lg IOSAS ere. taklM an InlwMt !Ia MMMil = ,
{ .wU- ..*. allures tor tin 1mprovtmwk .bubtt tall assn are ....... :I
a + et eM nhoot and. ... oats In esiis Ised ptastlUs 7rq hairs hope espeot te pet III tee slump Dr. J. PEt: rsEn ,
of ham praotlou set tMn
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;$ This is an opportunity for you such as when I IN TRACTS OF 10, 40, 80, 160 AND 610 ACRES. .
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,offered and sold the 20,000, acres; of lands on Tamiaml PRICES FROM $10 TO $100 PER ACRE. 10 ACRES OF LAND

:Trail in Township 64 S, Ranges, 37 and 33, East, FOR $100 OR 100 ACRES FOR $1,000.

which lands (although located from fifteen to twenty- JUST THINK you can buy as small an acreage as ten acres at

) five miles ahead of Tau am. Trail'construction, at as low a price as $10 per acre.

w ., that time)o were quickly sold to real estate operators I

' + and local l buyers, and have.since and are now being
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re-sold at prices making a profit above my original '

' t I sale price of from three hundred to over a'thousand
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Because Midway\ between Miami and Fort "j.u'''
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Collier County rare '

better bargains and will in my opinion, give Tamiaml Trail ; +
already constructed to these lands.
r the buyer very large profits. They can be bought i
The proposed'frossstate railroad will serve and for that matter: ,
'in tracts of from, ten acres to a thousand acres or no doubt run across this acreage. C S ,I r\

more, at prices. ranging from ten dollars to one bun- Water entrance to the Gulf of Mexico and the Ten Thousand Z.!,:. '

I,t;Y tired dollars per acre. |" .:? Islands. ,' r., ,.
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f I advise-you to buy as many acres as possible. I

*' Respectfully) r| '' JAUDON REALTY COMPANY! : 4-I':

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-" ..-. .-"., .,--, .. Tharsday November 6, 1984lirHH
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<-- KNJOYH. OYKTfcRHt'PPhH I an the Silver" Palm. Road Friday akjrbt.TN BMMHy aaateti fr a g*** atienTkw ....... -. MlM Live Barnm, U.... MM Mn Nosy Carter, Mn. Oeo.Raaoon. Armtottt Day ...*..*.... ABMW ether

: : IN DIAMOND! PARK.Th. I guests cart. 4rMd a* CtM**.. ..... ; R. T. Campbell. Mm Addle Mill, UK* I III. Mr.. B. a w....... and Mr* thing a* HBB.H the fact that

Homoetrail Hap** eawHr had I''The houM wu decoraud In bison and actMdlnf were: M... Prank 1 1MN. J. Davl and Mb Marlon Martin.rjREMIWS I Hamll.Tm.. th* I\roWWIII twist Met ,!,'GO tillspest.

an ort.g .upper hut ,",..lIIda,.M t WIn yellow etreamen Blaok dW ''*', nrno,, .. H. MMMII, Mr* I. i ip proeeede will go toward paying _

Uhunend Park they rowM* thoyeten oeated the llfht and .pumpMM aad Andef.**,:Mr. Q. H. Slows. MM.B. .1 OAKVtVAL IflSfXtltittlFtfc far Lime sew Paasamde. State CSlfeffr I* BMwd rhr
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and bad In Addition black calm wen all about ire aenwe.A a Moore, Mr* t. B, U tnMfi.Mr AFFAIR.trlkmg '
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roll. and butter After thupper .1 th* fiiMt entered they were h..... *. W. 1. Carter, and Mr. a P.Sap.d otM M and gas srel c7Rr.A I xC), 1 Mtars .new HOW pip ercM WfcoB*.
.pickle and tad .d the end of a treamer aad told t* :+m"COMICAL plrM at merry maklnc: wen dominant WITH )(WI. wEKf.Mrcle Hill b. ready for UM durt C the wo.tennlaL

they played. gemss eek their lortun by fWtawtnc It. [feature1 ef the fire", ..'*carnival given N.. 1 .f the W. ... Vt.met y
tin/
a jolly good I They also eoui h& their future mate OCH'jmiT t'CtfI1NI tlCOMUO Homutead lad Friday night by at the bom* of Mrs. O. A. WM )jut
TboM pewees warn The lUv. and Th tint basket ball panic df the
TO FARM LIFE SCHOOL."Th the local fin department
,
MlM JosphlnePratt
lira C N. Walker Mrs W. D. Horn, by looking la a mirror. RefreehmenUof I Monday afternoon season wu played Friday vnlng t">*j*
Mr* Diana Hauemaa Rio. Dr, and *woa, ooffe and doughnut wen I Comical Country Co'ueln; from Th. various committee headed by gave Ik* yearly report ft theGroh twB the Junlon and eenfor It r*.
.. W. J. Crow, W. H. Cochran W. C. for the
serves and a big bowl of punch r. Sklnnymarlnk Croxroade" coming and plan wen mad
Mrs Frank Hauamen and daughter suited In a victory ot 10 to t In favor
tbreughmit lion to the Farm Life school house a Mead, Meyer Bllvrman and G. L. Thanke :
rushed the fueit* wing (upper.Mr
MM' Bertha MM. )t.r. and Mm Hurry of the union TM I* the tint gameto ,
Grave hail don
the evening of Nov 10. Th comedy their work *o well West WM nominated leader forth '
roop.r, MM' Lola Wallaker, Mr. andMr evening. be played on the court at Bight.
I The guests wont Ml'** Pauline I* to be given for the benefit ef the that .III) part of the affair went off coming year and Mr C. R. Pearce
.
O. I. Oault, Mr. and Mr R. K.Edward
Floyd. Mm Edna Robert Mia Alma plan fund *f the Kodland M. E. without/ a- hitch and a lubetantlal sum eentary and tnaevnr. Thoee pre.
., Mr* v. Iummerilo, Mn. 'was th The Prabyterlan Church of Tailshasee
Beatrice McLean, MlM Church. netted firemen' fund. the meeting wan: Mr* tussle!
Duke. Mlw ent at
Mary Scott. O. O. West Robert Rut. entertaJned their college girls
Mix Eva MoKlaney. Member* of.the fir department anunanUnou Joiner Mr Thomas. Mrs. 111'Iek.M. ,
Audrey IIcl *
land Alvin Campbell, Mr. and >>.. with a banquet last Monday eveningat
ELFANORROLrERTY IB expreeelng their sporesefatbott .. H. Pearce,
Miss Bleanor Holferty, Elmer .. Summerland Mr C.
.
Tom Vane Mr. and Mr* W. a Wrick- LoI.peer. *
the Elk' Club
Crawford W. N. Mcl a. Louie Mb.tinner ENTERTAINS HCHOOUtATKS.Eleanor I of th* generous ooaperwtboagxtiaded MlM Joeephln Pratt and Mr* H. I.
land and Mrs Drus r. member of the Bodako who
the only
Jo N. Sinclair Jackie Wever,. Holferty entertained twWveMhooUnatM byre everyone. They.eipreee brother .
M. E. SOCIETY: HAS Tlleon Mobley, .... and Mr, t. M. with a Hallowe'en party particular appreciation for the many attended.'

jxEcnoN: or OFFICERS. Roll,",, Mr. and Pica W' H. Mob. at the horn ot her parent Mr. and. red' (thing. to eat furnuihed them by ANNOUNCEMENTS Kath,," Drew-entertained; the So.dakoe '

The Ladlee' MtMlenary Society of i ley and Mr and Met If. M. WIIyq. Mr* J. M. Holferty Danes Olad tile women.MA Mrs W. !T. McConneil will entertain In her room list Monday evenIng. -
I I from I to I afternoon. The a.... on-MUlat
lh. M. E. Church, South met Xond.F.tll. Saturday PABTY EN./0Y6DHY No. I at .her .m. .
aiM HEJtDE11HQN-fI1V6 'UVIng' room wa decorate In Hal Street next MJonday. Devotional sere
tint afternoon of the week of Fumim
cmr;; YOIN? (| PEOPLE -
prayer. Th. eubjecu taken up were, PARTY IN' I'RIl'fC'JrOIf.' )..'... colon and the [favor wvr MlM Olli*, Robertson entertained vtOM will be based on Roman 11? Th Y. W. C. A. recognition eervlc

..,.". Stricken Field In- Japan,1* and Th. Tour People1 Class of the Hallowe'en lymbol Th guests few friend Wednesday evening at a a ......;..... wa held Sunday evening In the *u.dltorlum .

.Th* Scan-It Training School I* NaahVIII M. II:. Church ot Princeton wen given oajn droned la task, coetome and 50' party. Fruit punon and cookie, Mr* B. H. Hiner will entertain Alt freimmen: and new girl
.'.. eoclal. They were asked enjoyed a merry round of game.. Refreshment the Coma Club next Friday night at
*, T...." Tben* taking part la the a 11&.10. were ""..41. wen asked to dress la Whit and take .
to meet the witch at the Princeton were nerved about I'clork Mr.. Anna,Backer1* 11_.la Modello.Mr .
program wens Mr*. /. B. Anderson, ThoM preeent wore Mir Sarah part In the eervloeRex
Mr W. Parkin Mnk r. Flettae and /Mercantile c-....,'* etor at TSt: Th; table cove and .nap. Elder, Mta\ Mary Backer, MlM Olive -. y

Mr. O. R. Brown.Th After riding on'a truck el.* or *,lgitmile kin were of yellow decorated with { nn...', MlM Mabel Robertson MlM Erwln MFrick wlJJ entertain Incram "Shoots" /
election of of flouts aba took and Mopping at tile wrong f'*00twlel. pranctnc vets flying bat, moon and lab Nixon, Harold Freeman, Harry Circle No., I at her horn next Monday 4

plM at the III"U.,. Mr. W. H. th* IU'rl..4 at the home grinning pumpkin Burnett, Charles Clinton Everett .... afternoon, Big Bedouin Caravan :
Russell.. elected president Mr, B.E 01 Cha Henderwn ThOM preeent were Lillian Beault- Davis Arab" Climax
try, .Cllfford and John Becker. jii"m... Mr in "The ;
with *
Th Helping *
UvintHM. .tee-prldnt; Mr. J. On their arrival they were, one at man, Ruth. Foreee, Elisabeth: Bueh, ,
1''). Dart Mental! hire ... II:. .."- a Urn, Introduced to the Queen of Eva Ogden, Martha Lee Dusk, Ethel Ma AND MR* KUHN ENTERTAIN Anton Erpenbech In Redland Wed i
rah general treaeurer: Mn. M. Q. Sims Hallowe'en' who would not consent to.hab. Rawli Virginia Bueh, Thelma' Duke. THE MISIO CLtB. needay, Nov. II.WOMAN'S Rex Tngruu'eu neweet" picture for

those. local! tnawreri, Mrs C. Z. hand but Instead tended herright Gertrude Golf Mary Bush Ltiil Ma Mr. and Mrs J. W. Kuhn enter- CLUB NOTICE Metro ''Th. Arab a screen version
Pannier, uperinten4nt vf the young toot which at each ehake cam McKlnney, the hostess, Eleanor Hoi- talned lion MUll Club laM Saturday ot Edge Bolwyn' play, end with a.

peploo> department! line. 1. O. Strad- off. pert and her mother, Mr I. M. Hoi.forty. evening. :Mulc and dancing wer enJoyed Then will be. no meeting of the band of Bedoulnr breaking camp and
Woman' Club Homestead Tuesday away. The *on* was one
of marching
Th haunted chamber Wiling on
|*y, Junior department) M... W. M. fortune till a late hour when lemonadeand
Nov. 11. The next meeting will of thoM taken at the oael of Gapes
apple bobbing and. buying and cakee ,
llradley, aocla) eervlo committee! Yea wen Mrved.
TWO UNIONS' HAVE be Nov at th 'club la Northern *1,400Mr.. Ingram d*.
Tuesday tl *
.Ills with bean were enjoyed.Mr on ,
> ThoM
J H Reeve* iuperlatendent Of .up> preeent went Miss ROM Oev
HALLOWE'EN; PARTY houM. dare It wa the moot thrilling eequenc -
,1111'! Mrs. r. PLIt4.4. euperlntendenl Hendenon wa assisted byi teen, Ml.. Agnes Barlow, bibs L0UU *
of local work) and Mr" *. 1. O Ander- MI. Alma Campbell Queen of Hale The sealer and Intermediate B. T. : Wollam, MlM Carmen Benlte MlMKrnm h. ever directed became it .
sod volM agent lowe'en ),(n. E. i. Deal witch; Mn.J. P. U.'. of the Baptlat( Church of Horn MUM Tickler Mr* Catherine At College in Tallahassee: |( we* real

Thoee ,......t at the meeting weriMr L. Murray ghoet: Miss Edna Camp. ...... enjoyed a Hallowe'en party last Wollam, Mr. and Mr* F. W. Kuhn, I 1 Ramon Novarro on a whit charger

*. J. I). Aadonon, Mr*. O. R. Brown, bell, Shod; and Mr: J. H. Hendenoa. Friday night They met at the church I Mr* W. T."K El lie Kuhn. James MlM Vernon F1M aqd MM Loll .led the cavaraa, the Bedouin riding

Mr*. W. M. Rndlvy, Mr* J. II:. Davis, TIt_ atteadlng were MU Mlttle masked and. followed Richard Fuch Wollam, Orbs Smith, Roy and Herman Monet were hwte at a Hallow '.n i allently five abreast, followed hy the
Mr*. W. W. Greens Mr*. W. H, Rueeell.Mr Eaeoa. Mle Badl Murray, Oboes. car all vr thin part of the countrytill Kuhn party held Saturday! evening In their I endless train of camel' donkey,

*. J. O. StradlrrrMn: M, Q. elms Mrgnt Bad Mary Edith, Behrene, It finally' topped at hie horns. room. OboeU and pumpkin and.....* goat winding their way back to the
men., bin, ... Ftelta Mm a Z. Ml** Edna Bryant. Mien Audrey MoSweeney The taro wen let In one at time RAIN OR SHINE CLVB welcomed the thirteen guests and te- hill. t* the Sahara out of which they

tinder, ..... D. J.fleeve, ..... P.K Miss Elisabeth Graham and each permit wa taken Into the MEETS WITH MRS. REDD.Mr gather with the games mad th* *venIng actually came. A* Alice Terry bid. .1
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.......... Mr* r. U Dlckenion, Mrs. MlM tnei Chalker Mr* Albert Campo bath room to be mopped. After this .. Fred Redd entertained the / a Jolly one* Refreehmmti of oo"coa. ;; good bye to the children- and ,r. '

K B. Llvlnreton, Mr* a 0> Weaver bell, Mr* A. S Oialkef, Frank Knox, each guest wa assisted up on a whit Rain or Shin Club Jut Wedneeday cookies and candy wen ........ anted them all with gift, the girl
Mr. W. Peraln Mr., Pound and the Stafford Bryant, E. P Wfiltworth casket and told to jump. He landedon afternoon at the home of Charlie Lollypop* were give a* favors and kumd. her hand and pressed It to their

JVev. J. O. Itradlvy. Waller Ea on. Lawrence Math, Harvey a spring where cold: clammy hand Fuch, Sr. Till member spent a during the evening everyone bobbed forehead and wept "quite unahamedt

Thrift, Lester Hidden, Our Joha- frightened him *lmot to death pleasant afternoon _In.. Late In foe a big red apple. while the boy MJuted la the mannerof
CIRCLE!: NO. I MELTS !eon, Jim, Ollbert and Knells Mliolle, MlM' IJde Ann Lee and Wlllard McDonald the afternoon Mr* Redd Mrved to her their race, by touching the breast

WITH MRH. C1IAMBI.WH, I Leland Duberly, Oily Whltworth pauiHendereoa woo prints for being th* beet I guMt banana *salad laUlnea, oaks and Great are the preparation in Tale the Up, and th* ...he&4."Tho

Oral No. I of the .W M U. melt and J H. Hendenon. distinguished coffee.ThOM. t.haM* for the coming centennial. Arab" U coming t* the Seminole Th.

the horn .( Mr* J. H. ChambllM I The game played were pumpkin, preeent went. M... Frank A pnHmlnary community .In,. wu atn oa Saturday November ..

Monday afternoon. The devotionalervlo ENJOYABLE PARTY IS GIVENAT peanut, chewing the string and eo Skill Mra. J. H. Webster Mr, Frank held at the band stand 8unday>after-

WM led by Mr. CIlIUl\bI.... Mot'tU.OltJH! JIOME"MF. ; forth. Cat, wltche. Jack e' la.te'nIand au.... Mr* Lee Lehman and Mr* O noon. Blount Meyer of the Amerl. Jut received full line of 1147Rogen

The following .,"", .. for the comInr and Mr, J. F. MoCulloughintertalned orange and black crepe paper t. H& Ir.ler. I can Lefion, phone to the college girl Bro. Silverware.--W. D.
year were nominated bits. Grady lat Sunday for the use went to make op the decoration. Saturday (ft chapel In behalf of the Horne Co.
Smith, for leader; Mr* K. L. Lawrence" ; oad elaM of th* Methodist Church. The Pumpkin pl.'. la mode and soda pop PIONEER: GCILD ENTERTAINS
*
for eecretary and treasurer: and Pile. children came In eoctmue and mafc*. wean served. ON WEDNESDAY

'1' II:. Kirby for personal ...nJoe.Th. They bobbed for apple*, routed wel-I.I Those attending were: Mr*. Addle The Pioneer Guild of Redland met I

program wa about ancient I nee, touted niimrii maltow and had Hill Kills Llvl Harare, the Rev. C. at the Guild hall lat Wednesday af.ternooB .1

China and the bible study WM en 'leis ot fun. N. Walker A. J. Drew. Mr. and Mr* for a business ....Ion. The Shingle Is Here

):....ml.h. The Circle decided; to take i Those enjoying the evening were McConnelk Mr and Mr. R. E. Edwards ThoM preeent wen: Mr* Thomas .

Dp. the study of a mleelon book, Kathryn Cant, Margaret Robera., Ellta-: A. L. Brown, MM Marlon Mar* Brewer, Mr. George Oake. :Mr. H.

Thoee preeent were: Mn. C. B. beth Robert., Anna Roakey, Fred*, tin. Wlllard McDonald Rueeell Horne, Nile* Mr* Oeo. Kneel, Mr* M. D. 'to

Butler ...... 0. N. Walker, Mr, W. T. IRoikey, Heddrlck Roikey, Thelma Claude Campbell ROM and John; latter Mr. J, M. Bauer, Mr* WIn. Stay
Hunt Mr* T. E. Kirby, lira Oraily Turner, Pauline Calkin Polly, Wll- Tower, Luolle and Lillian Brown. Orln. I Van Winkle and Mr. L. U Bow

Smith Mr.. H. t. Davl, Mr. C. W. llanv and Clara McCullough. and 'Ro, Smith Claudle, Clurie and
Mount, Mr, II:. L. Lawrence Mr* W. Clara Garrett, Lorenio Daub. Hunt- G, A. '* AND H A... HAVE coiffure but the shingle is passe for closely-
MR. AND |MEETING ANY ,
MRM. DAM CMr.MTKUTAIN TVEKDAY.
T. McConnell and Mr* J. R Cham- flu Kept, Lldla Ann and May Lee Mr.
bliss. JIll OC.'ONVT GJWVE.Mr. and Mr.. Fred Redd Charlee. Fuch. The O. A.'* aad K. A.'., had a cropped,hair may be arranged in a variety of
,\ and Mr. C. R. Daniel. ; formerneldent Sr, and Richard Fuch Joint meeting at the Baptist parsonage
suitable
NIMH PAL.Ur.lt FATWITAINSMOSDAY of Homeetead who now live '" Tuesday afternoon. They gave the ways, to every

IIKIIHIK n/I'll. Iia Cooonul Qrev. entertained the MR. AND )JR&'im\'NOEN: tRO I following program face, and yet is always

MUe Harvey Ma Palmer.entertain, Weelyan Sunday school class. of th* GIVE HALLOWE'EN PARTY. Song, "Bringing In the ChI....."
ed, the Bridge Club Jut Monday ate M. B. Church South lust Friday night Mrs and Mr* E. H. Brandenburg Devotional-Com. Davl* comfortable and smart. r -

ternoon at the hones of Dr. and Mr with a Hallowe'en party at their' hem entertained Mr Brandenburg Sunday Song. "We're Marching oa to

J. A. Smith on Krocn Avenue Mr* In Coconut Orev Mr. and Mn. school class but Thursday night. 0,,. Chi...." We are adept at cutting '
Jf H Webster won the prlM-. boo Daniel. are former member of thle cress and black craps paper were Bualnee
of bath powder and ,"tt. IM.ThOM. strung about .th* room* and On a Talk on China -Mr* C. N Walker. the hair in, the most be-

The card player. were served with I aU'n4In. front Homecteadwri large table In a corner ware apple, ..Ip.... ol Igeorance"-Evelyn coming manner, and we

fruit Jello. and whipped cream, and I I M,. and Mr* a A. Fields Mr. bananas punch and cake for the kid Fetch.
eke 'Thee. preeenl were: Mr* and Mr* K. B. ......... Mr. and Mr* dies u I chew on. Th* gueet cam la "Spook of PoyertJ"-Elva Hill. carefully study the shape

Frank Skill Mr* jr. H. Wtbeter, him I Lamar Dlokereon, bird Chamber, lie Hall_.'.. eoetum, and Mr* Bran I "Spook of Idolatry"-Marlon\ Does of the head before shin

Jf. A. Smith Mr. O. I. Heekler, Mn. I and Mr. Ivan Moeer, Mr. aad Mr. denburg wa dressed a* a' clown andMr ..,.

Lave Lehman. Mr* B. H. Hlner, Mr.. Clyd Low, M,. and Mr. D. W. O. .. Baunder a* a witch, Each! d. A. rally cry: gling.

W. $ Oerenlma and th* hostess Mlee Burton Mr. and Mr* J. U Burtea, guest had to rid. a broom and thle Benediction, "AJo..., Shin for they
Harvey Ma. palmer. Mr ned Mr* Can William. John and the tames that followed provided light I* com."

I Wllllama. Mr. and Mr\ .. Clever X r. abundant amusement for the children. Thoee prevent at tile meeting want Mrs. Polk's Parlor
WISH nIOC'ltF.R'G' .;. end Mr.. Green Rive. and Mr* C. W. Coma Davis. Myrtle ponnington, Fran. Beauty ;
tXJKTt'MK: PARTY IN Mc 1Cwo.. TWO CLAfWES ENJOY ol.
QOITJIS.! Doreey, Vera Cannel. Mary Jones
MU Retells: IIAIJX>WK-E5' PARTY BALCONY REDD'S DEPT. STORE !
Crocker euwrtalaed a tuollle Self LI.... Lott, Marl Camp.
company et eohoalmntee with a Hal halve MARY RTKVtfMeON: IS The null girl la the Sunday ethos 1 tell Ruth Frailer Grac Barren Mar Homestead, Fla. Phone 560-J( I

lowe'en party at the horn of her MOOTEHB TO W. U. ('Ll'n. Claeee of Mr. H. J. Davl and h Ole* lon Doreey, Adel Jone* Janle Bowen
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parent Mr. and M.... Everett Crocker The Homestead W. B. Club wa eb- Uvle Barne enjoyed a H"-II_.'.q Willie Bell Bowen, Wlllla Barren, Lob .

on the Incraham Hlfhway from t to lertalned Tuesday evening by Mle party. Thunday evening .In the Baptlet Walker, Leetey Manley Cllttord -
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t Friday nlcht tTh Mary Stevenson at the horn of her Sunday school room whluh wa bright Campbell. Detter Home, ChrlMl Tay I Is.i.

horn wa decorated with Mr, Mr* J: E. CroWl..,. Th* houM I ly decorated with Jack 0' hMtern Th log Alv h Taylor.Edward: Bume* Allen '

mreamen of black >and yellow, and th* .*. decorated with cut flower and Utti children earn. In different *o*. West, Jtkr Turner :Mr. Bradley -

llfht were dreeeed. I I. yellow pump, the guess enjoyed brl.lg and five fumes and masks Going t. Jrtualem > i Mr*. Gusty Smith and Mr. O N.
kin. The fUNti'tam* In ewlume hundred Th women' five tiundred and bobbing for apple taro thefavoriut I Walker.LADIES'. .

and. they ware greeted by a little ho*. pHs, a vanity. comb, wa wo* hy game played 9kitreZ I
Ue. In flpay eoeturn Who 0414 their i HIM Virginia Malls and the menlprim Mr, 1. R. Donny and Mr* R. T. AID HERVE8

fortune a* in* greeted them. a boa et cigarettes., warn won hy Campbell dneeed a* ghosts cam In ON fXtXTION: DAY. I

Catching appht' eusp.nd.d oa atcng. ., Calvin Phillip Ml*< Ha,,,, Ma .*d told ghoet tterl* Tbs kJddleewer The M. E.: Ladle. .* Aid of the Whit
pinning on a black af* tali. plnnln t Palmer .... th. winner of the 'WCI>m..'t frightened. at tint but when they Ston Methodlet" Church served dinner i Z

the) pan and* a .ho...' rom..... Oiled bridge ,...... a bottle of perfume aDd fnund that the shouts were pot real and sipper en election day In the city PROGRAM FOR THIS WEEK t

the evening with much 11I'1.."" .. I C. P. Wright was tile winner of th* they laughed with glee. ball. The menu eoiudated oi chickenpilau I
HftfrahimnU ef lemonade and &Vtu mere'. print a box of cigarette Apple and bag of peanut war* roll and butter, cabbage salad SATURDAY, NOVKMBilR t WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 11

takes we.* "rved. t Refreehment *X Ice ream and Na, distributed" after tllo......*. ThoeepreMBt preeerve, toffee and pie RAYMON NOVAKRO' ELAtNB KAMMCR8TEINWlta I

The gusto went 7 Paulln 1..gtt l kUcM, worn !Served t.. th.' following wer*: Jaalo hovels WTlla Bell N* chairmen wer appointed but with ALICE TERRY la ELLIOTT DEXTER U"Broadway ,

a beggar maid Jaunlta Letdtt, dark 1VItI. Vlrtlnla Mills >ni lad: Kv Ocden. rag picker Ethel, bell Alleen l'ttenoa. Mamy M>a* Campbell Marion Doney, Meal* tloB *$ the .....d.1I1. Mr* W Ewing,
pawl, bin butterfly; Emily Las Hal. Paining. Virginia Cam.roa, Calvin Doneyv Mary Bell Cook. Coma pavl pre tred sad ..-.4 'the dinner.. IB ihelk picture mad In Broadway romance and thrill. also j I

)"-'.,, aplrltl Jaunlta Roberts and WjU p* C P. Wright, Paul JB.. Adell and Mary' Jon*, Clue Rich, Viola the morning'-Mr* T. A. Collins Mr Africa, ales MernuUd Comedy Hunehlne Comedy and Travelogue

Gertrude Oofl witch.; Eunice: Rob ..., Summinls and H. X McKe,., Jo*** Lula Ma Wright: Evelyn petchtPatUin L. D. Wyman. Mr* Carper William and Travelogue (
rt*, Spanish dancer; Dorothy Robert. ,The elm wail bold ion regular b -. ThompMcj; French Brewn, and Mr*. Kneel; la the afternoonMn. THITR8DAT NOVEMBER: II

maid of IIlOt Cecil J\...., osp wbalnoes; ..."h.. Tuesday nl...... Ruth' PlIII.... Kathlea ItlrearatiarL__ P_ Ennla Mr* FhyltUt: Mr.. Hark.i MONDAY NOVEMBER 1* Double Featun

IMS Nook, tramp i. C, Mtock. Jr,. MRS MCNDEttt Double Bender with with SHIRLEf MASON In t
kbuwmaat R. T. tee tr. ad Or- USADCR. I 1111IIItllllltliIIi11111111111lblIIIlllllllt1111IlIlIlllil: lll ....II11I11 ORA CAREW InVctUn "That Franca Lady-

don Baker, *lw Other At PRATFJI ClWrtn **
guest* The peay.r MIAMI'S EXCLUSIVEHosiery .111 Her Man Full .f thrill and fun
;w.rei Hobby, rhlllli and Fnetnai CJIoorIo thJo..1I i .
' U the South )(lIlIodlllt and real AU-etar cut laTMrteg aa4x.. FARWCM InTlHi
doff Mr. and Mr. H. K RoUrU, Chewh with t
Mr, R. T. I**. Mr* t J. ......1'- Mr* Mr* tt .. Sander a. leader Thoee Tear Pius Who Fright Alone

Charles A, Ooff Mr Kvemt Crocker, p'-llt report a. very Interentmc meet. Adventure and thrill dram, ate A thrilling' fet-ma pletar, auwVnjvereat
.... f
Tko Shop
Helen Quaker Gilbert Ori**, L .- aubytetheWoB was 'CArMl/an. I Cameo Comedy Comedy. .,l ,
wed
lllsstenariis." A so/.
; Bard Qort and Bill Retort -n FRIDAY. NOV1CMBER '
wa Uken spa tot .a needy tamer i II TUESDAY NOVEMBER& 14
!W its BEST'bRS. | SYLVIA RREAMEBWlta
at
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. MISH DORIS WEtEn I* HOWTESS | IIW"'JlOlMIItIIt sad plane! .,? DEMtUfSTh ;

,j TO YOUNG PKOIIJE or ooiuwtMlw Wads roe donating t. th* fund t* be 1 JOHN A. GADDIS. Pres. BednmiiWindow* .fhs Wonuui FRANK MAYO .I* .1
I uelhet.d | cm UM ry"
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Dome Wsver aurtalnd theTeunc U*"-" Guild tot
lh Mystery thrill and big laugh, also ...-... east.-s great drama, alee ?
ewidwa'B
Peopled CUM of U* BaptM Home la Jatfaoavut* 117.Central Arcade Miami Fla.
> :Mn S. gitiniHinimiiimiiiiniiuiinuiiiiuiiniiiiiiiiininiiiiiiniiuii Century Comedy and Paz Now Jack Derapray and Foe New I;
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Sunday *eh ol at the. home af heftwrtnu Matthew* the boet_ a
Mr. and Mr*. N. K. Wow I for the meeting nest .W..*....", to :


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placed la contact with UM root will ing from lack of water u probably due I OIT1EtORE t mfciMdentaa .... If. for Instance I
SCHOOL N01L11 remedy this condition In most 1 Instances to a lack of nitrogen The .lawsuit was progressing lowly. you nil again from the fifth story aad.
Th* lack of magnesium. Ir another Till may be due not to a deficiency I Learned counsel for the prosecution again you walked horn, what would SEE
Tb. honor roll tor the high school cause for chlorosis. This substance of this element In the soil, but wo Irving to explain to a witness who that br
'y{ this month conuiiu four names only; forms rart of the green pigment, to failure of the roots to procure It happened to be a laborer, the natureof "A eoalaoManoe, air" O.W.LEROY
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:i which 1 is unable to develop without beoane of the dry condition of the a miracle ")lr dear man" otiilate4 the +
, ,., :Kockolds nlor: Roberta eophomoresPuetis Arrant. and Coleman this element While this .to net eom- oil. UIIa&.D.. mottled leave "If;' counsel began, "you fell from learned .lawyer, "think again. If pea for

.l I f who would have bees on th* mon la enhards. the meting of the are usually an IndloaOou of improper a window on the fifth floor of a foil from the fifth door fur tk* third Reran Doors '
honor roll had thor not failed to make leave ta omettms* attributable to ItMagnesium nutrition and should be a warning t* banding hit the pavement Md tkea Wee and walked home wKhewt the Door and Window Frame

th* necessary mark ta MM subject to present la many msirls the grower to remedy the unfavorable got u' and walked home what do sllMet/ possible .,..a.II, what w. ld Cabinet Workat
OHve B..l., ...,.., call thatr
oaljr ors: Ida Earl and limestone, and may be added la condition. row think tort would bf you
: ......
Matthews Uda
Ana LoollsBrews
this way when d.fIci.nt.The "Well air aa accident," was the "Well sir I think It would be a
Helen Breeker and Richard
ruche. light green color noticed to The hardest work aa Industrious reply. blooming ltablt-1'h. Real buie. Home's lumber Yard r

often la tree that have been suffer man can do to aothlng.-Ex. "No, ..." pall the barrister; "you ..:'
The now pupil ( ; this wk arc:
Barnlo Forbes, fifth trade; NaomTUttt ,
2 eighth grads; Mildred Forbes
seventh grads; MattIe Lee Hckle. '
fifth grad; Jesable Lottie Heckle .
fourth trade; Haiti Little Heckle. The Cream of the Hialeah District \
fourth trad. William David Heckle, ,
eoond ,r&4.; and James Arnold
+: Hack: first trade .


the*The following1 auditorium Peerless temperance Utsrary Friday, goelety October program gave II lath :

Devotional/ exercises-Mr. Bennett.

,.. Recitation'Amsrtcat-i-Bchiool.LoU Bryant U. L E L A B '

"Why Balut Teach to the Scientific(lag-School.Tmprano (

la Fact the School eoncernlnt r-Claud Temperance* Campbell.Day- u1 ,

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Claudia UcEwen, Essence Hancock \ 4
Doris Price, XJdda Ana Lee and Violet .
Umphrty. In Hialeah .
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Bone, "Work for Enforcement ,
Where Tou Are"-School. ,
Exercise' -Ethel Holland, Luclle
v. Brown Thelma Redd, Oleula Dandy
,, Oen Davis, Gwendolyn Ether Glace Just A FEW MINUTES North During the
:Manley Verna thaw and Eeel Oelger ",
Recitation, "Health and Freedom"'Tom "
.
Loorals., of the Race Track Sale
Bong. America the Beautiful'Bchool < Opening

Playett. dramatised by nine

boys: VannU Lee Harris, T. J. Patterson Directly on Palm Avenue, Hialeah's Main Thoroughfare t v fr" LOTSAsLowAs
Elbert !Preacher Coleman .
Nockold. Earl Hatthews, Milton "
Oreen, Jlmmle Brothers, Weston Fuller a
,> and Roy Smith.
Song, "The Star Spangled Banner"
Announcement.


completed The junior this high week school and the I. junior to be Choice Lots Aee For> a Short Time-EntireSubjf '

high school children will move Into ? ;, : t' "
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Of *&* lR> %|Sp- J ? : \ :
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It the first Of next week.A $395 I'

very f pleasant evening was spent Offered at Predevelopment /
I at the horn of Mine Wyolen Saun on PalmAve.division 1
,I, den whea she entertained her puplli ;
with a Hallowe'en party. Refresh ,
menu of cake and punch were enjoy Terms
.d. : ". Prices! Easy 4" I
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Thou percent were: Ctlnbeth Still'AvaiiableUlelah .., -'
Ward Ovid' Sullivan Viola John, : ) .

:a.rnlc.lcEwe'l. Miriam Burton, Cleo .. 11 ,
Rltch Alvah. Taylor Richard Huff '
Loren.o Glass, Jo Burton, Edith :
Glenn, Edward Brooker, Ellen Huff, :
Milton :McOarrah, Holllce Barrow Quick ProfitsAssured How to ;

Eloise Bradley, Early Dandy, Elmore f
Roger Inei Branch Mary Bell ,
Cook and Cole Redd. Is \ .

The agriculture-clan li beginningto M* Get toUlelah

beautify the high school ground '! '
... 'High'ancl' !
by planting papaya tr. .
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The high school boys find girls .
are playing hone-ihoe. After tome Dry. : I
parcUo the two beet player from '
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each clue) will be chosen and they The Race Track and Amusement Park Mean Great !
will then
challenge the faculty for a 18 Feet Above 'f

jrams.Th. Profit to Those Who Buy Adjoining Properties! t

eighth grad gave a Hallowe'en
Sea Level. -take road to Hialeah -
party October II,at the home of Haiti any
Nixon The game played were: You know how HIALEAH has been developed! You know how it '

bobbing for apple, clap-In clap-out, has grown In the past three'years! You know the money property and follow ,

fortune telling, and a walk through ?" ., owners have made in this fast-growing district the past year! . ,
I-ondon. Teddy Howard and Lucille '
'j
Bank woo the prise for making the *
mot suocesiful journey through London ;; : 't t; And now here comes the much talked of Race Track-the magnificent Palm Avenue a short t

'" U"le Iah tIs '' $300,000 Amusement Park, a new $100,000 Theatre, which :j .

Lucille dance Bank Some gave pretty a splendid costumes Hawaiian J' will bring hundreds of thousands of people from, all parts of,the distance north of the t

were wprn and every one was masked country this season. .
Refreshments of ,aandwlehea, cookies Perfectly f 1 "'')"

and cold drinks were served :Many other buildings and fine residences are under way. Soon Race Track. 'ri:
The honor guest went Mrs Rob railroad and the line will be extended Hialeah
the street car to '
ert X)Stevenson, Mrs C. Arthur Field Drained i j
jW
and Miss\ San Hammond : to handle the enormous crowds. Think what that will mean! You'll the J
See sig'ns.
", NOTHING SHORT OF STILL GREATER INCREASE IN ", I

Why Are Leaves Green? t VALUES, which will affect U-LE-LAH as well-for U-LE-LAH ,
E. L. .
Uy PrunbHliiigUniversity m j 'Js just a short way north of these environs, and located on HI. '.
of
California
GREEN coloring matter In '" ,,f;: ALEAH'S MAIN THOROUGHFARE-Palm Avenue ,',t I

I THE", .Is associated with the processes within' ,.
by which the plant, makes food U-le-lah will be : Present Prices Are Based on the Original Acre. f:
out of raw material. Anything tending
to'reduce the content of this green the reach of every possible age Purchase Price Present Prices

material chlorophyll In the leaves .Is, a

of therefore these foods, a check. on the production transportation. Considerably Less Than Today's Valuations .

In general., dark teen foliage I. the '.&
-Aviation MSMTS. McDeucal and Jsnnlnta, In tntiolpatton of the future of this district, negotiated Include '
type deslrsd for the best results In the
for this Ins subdivision site lone before the Race Track and Amusement Park
orchard. There are a number ef factors .
Field v. 'were thought o--and naturally secured It at a very low price, The acreage has been +
that Interfere with It. One of
\ subdivided and rou are given the advantage of the ,low purchase price which will
them, resulting In light green or yellowlsh -Rail Roadx:; 'V' ',' prevail while Improvements are under way, and on very reasonable terms. '
haves Is an Improper balance
Do Not Delay-Aet Quick-Get the Details of this Property Immediately ImprovementsMerchant's
Gf nitrogen In the soil. Too much or Station I .' ,I ..._...-..'..and arrange with us to visit the rounds Prices are '
too mils; but especially too little may sure to take a.dsddsd Increase vhen the "Jports Season" Is under way.
give rise to this condition. The Vem- "'' 1
Streqt Car f :
edy In the ease of too much nitrogen Is

I to stop fertilisation/ and perhaps to Line ," 'of '. .
grow an Intercrop to use up the ea- ', ".,
cess The other extreme Is much more '
I -Main ThorJ J' .
common. When nitrogen Is deficient In ,

an orchard, manures or nitrogenous oughfares V-l : "

legumiaou' ..,,, .,. '
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.or Another lack'Of common chlorophyll.cause Is a of deficiency chlorosis, ,. :..;,, ." 7' .', ", '<' y, .,: : REALTY CORPORATION _,,'.* ,., ";' a

*( Iron. This may be due not to e
Drive Out
lack of Iron lath, nil butte Its occurrence '
In a form that Is not available REALTORS 4
.
I to the plant Per example, alkaline TodaySaleunenWill ,

t olls, or those very high In calcium, E. A.McDOUGALL and M. VV. JENNINGS, .
may have the Iron precipitated In the '
Owners and Developer ,',
.
swiJ, an Insoluble form. The plant
cannot take up the Iron except In solution De On Grounds -- .
,.' ,PHONE 6525. MIAMI, FLORIDA 111 N. E. FIRST AVE.'I' .
and therefore may starve (or this
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substance. A few crystals of ferrous "
,nag'
sulphate (green ..trlol.1' copperas) .
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investor knows that where money Is being: spent, where activity development! work is

S .. ..... on all sides there will be found rapid increases in value At FulfordJBy.the-Sea"de-
It) l EVERY work is going ahead with mighty strides, and before many weeks have passed, the

OnSIer, of business or residential plots .in this "new city"will have increased greatly.


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Fulford By-the-Sea, by virtue of its location on the Dixie Highway at that point 12 miles north of
Miami\ where the traffic from the four points of the compass converges, is an investment opportunity
unequalled anywhere on the mainland of tropical America. With its eastern boundary only a mile

and a half from the ocean,bounding on the inland wa terway, and being divided by the Royal Glade Canal, I .
it has outdoor recreationallldvantages that cannot be equalled by man's work.

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Given these features, which are of paramount importance to every investor because of the assurance
j' they lend for increased value, Fulford By-the-Sea, !with the development work that is noW under

i, way, presents an immediate opportunity to all real estate investors. A ground floor opportunity!

*" i" ., 1 i t The same opportunity that was offered right in Miami many years ago. Here is a new city! A city
( destined to take its place in a great triple alliance-Miami,Miami Beach, Fulford. A city at the cross '

}h r I roads. And that means growth is assured! i J I
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truck means more money to the owners of business or residential plots. You owe..It. to yourself to
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I The JudgeA.Glutton for Punishment .M.B-- I

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THIS COMPIAIMT 3NTVWT $ HIT YOU AMP I SE6 '9U NAY6' ; NI- V


a m YOU HIWE BB6HW60RPEW.V DID tip ? rAADB A OOMrt OaMT AGAIHST HIM $n11N"JIERii-\ 1AM, 'YOu'D ,

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FIQHTlMQ ON THEfUBUCHQHWAY yq UDCt6 I '

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I ADS.a to the bill Died In the above Mated Management of Pineapple AND DICKIE IN ROGUES' GALLERY I
r WANT h cause that Palmira Kllberman I* a
I non-resident of the State of Florida Plantations Walter C. Jones Jr., M.D. Y
and whose residence to unknown; that '
d FOR SALE there to no penoa In the Btat o f (Continued From: ..... Six) CALUMET BLDG.
Florida the eervlo of a ubpona Office Houn 11-11.: ,-,
VOCSES/ AND LOTS In HomesUad and upon whom would bind such Defendant given In two application, namely In Office Telephone till .

vicinity lit bargain price and liberal ) and that the Defendant .to over February, and In July after harvest. Residence Telephone 1474 .

terra for quick .. ., C. H. Wood- the therefore ag of ordered tweaty-on that ald yean non-rail-; It to, Nitrate of oda may be need daring "

burr Box 44, Homestead Phone dent Defendant be and'ehe to hereby the first six month after planting, but ,

1SU. 11.11 required to appear to the Bill of Com- after that time organic form of nitrogen s, .,SP"r art } iI

plalnt filed In call cause on er beforeonday ouch a* taakag" eottoiweed ,) de'
the ltd day of December A. f 0
FOR S.u.m-ch..p, 1110 l-pasengr meal, and dried blood give the bert i.
D, 1114; otherwl the allegation of DR. W B. JORDAN
touring oar; tin shape new paint, call bill will bo taken a* oonfened results Finely ground teamed bone ,

new tiro*. P. 0. Box U U. ]I(laml. by call Defendant to recommended a> preferable to acid Offlo Bom BidC.

Fla, 11.!s It to farther ordered that order be phosphate a* a eourc of phocphoru
publlehed once a week fop eight con-
ie"itlv* week In the Homestead and sulphate of potash a. preferableto Phone it IlonMkerad Eta

t'OR SALB-Nlc* fat hn and fry n. Leader a newspaper published In call. muriate of potash.Th .

Happy (Edward acorn). Florida County and State.
method used
City This 1th day of October, 1.... fertilising by sue-
BEN 8HEPARD.: cewful growers vary greatly and then

(Ct ct. Seal Clerk Circuit Court to very little agreement a* to what'i
FOR PALE--BAROAIN-My new .
By H. .. MeCluney. constitute the beet practice A number John B. Tower M.D.
room house, furnished, with It by 11-14 Deputy Clerkiv ,
of nucceeetul grower apply a toni i hotel from Underwood A Underwood \; "I
110 ft. lot-flrrt lot oft Krom X.RAY
THE cmcnr corRT OF THE of tankage bo the acre after ,
ralM xuh Box :.t:4 I Joliet prison photograph of Nathan Leopold. Jr, and Richard Loeh
Avenue Must torn ELEVENTH; il'l l( IAj C'lRA.1I'r th* main crop to add I
son of millionaire, who murdered !
for thrill
I OK STATE OF tixrniDA, IN Phone 24A. a are now In the rogues' gallery
115.FOR AND FOH DADE COUNTY a light dressing of tobacco stems In of th. Chicago Polio Departmnt bureau of Identification.
the tall or In early spring. other i, The picture showing 111*. and Dlrkle In prison garb with their hair
SALE-potted plant, shrubs, IN RE: THE MATTER OP. REMOVAL leading grower bay obtained excellent clipped, wen received from Joliet where the killer af Robert Frank were ...
OF DISABILITIES OF mugged" a* soon a* they .nt..... the prison to arrv their life ..nt.n_ .
cto 11'1'1. E. D. Taylor, 8r Phone allOY LEINECKEH A MARRIED ,..ultl from an application 01( W. JONES They were not released to the Chlragu offlckal' however, until recently At \

J50-W ll-tf WOMAN.TO about 1.lOt< pound. of standard com'\ the detective bureau member .( Chief Hughe** squad examined the picture
WHOM IT MAT CONCERN: merclal "plnmpple fertiliser" In February with Interact"Tihow .
," FOR RENT Pl.... take notice that Ruby I>1necker > Piano Tuner and Repairer egg bow what they .... In prison t...." wa the t,n ral verdict. '
ha filed a petition In the followed by a /second almllar Mater........ C.IM .....T un. Photo show "Dick'." Loea In hi. prison garb ..
Circuit Court for the Eleventh Judicial application after harvest and a third ,
Reaaonabl
FOR RENT 100 gorse rood tomato Circuit of the State of Florida application of 1,000 to 1.100 pound Chan .

land,;In hurt or email tract, with In and for the County of Dad., for aUcenMto of tobacco Mem In early. winter. A FLORIDA CITY. FLORIDA Just received full line of 1141 ,
manage take charge of Roger Bros, 8lver..re..W. D. F Fr
or without building. Aleo mulcaand and control her property and become beginner In pineapple growing should Homestead Plumbing Co. Horn Co. .

machinery for h...... Live' a free dealer In every respect; and follow the method found most snoceesful -

mile northwest of Gould E.: t. that aloe will apply to th* Court for a by experienced growers In hi. Miss Marion ConklinDoctor C. MAHLETLlcsnsed 4
Deere removing her dtoabllltle a* a r
McGraw Homestead R IT. D. t-tf : Immediate vicinity At the canes tim canltary.plumb.r
married woman,and foe a 110811... to
I take charge of and manage and con h* should carefully experiment with.. of Osteopathy Pin Street, opposite School Rs.taurant may oom .

trol her own estate, to contract and be different combination of fertillaer.. 111 Calumet Building Phon lll-W DOS 414Notice And restaurants may go,
I contracted with and to sue and be In order t* determine the beet methodof Opposite Hike' Club But wa g* on toreverlRECTOR'S ,
W.A.NTED-A.partment by young ued, and to bind hereelf In every re- Phon 4171 Miami Fla -I have BO connection
Reference exchanged Ad. epect, *i fully a* If eh* we not mar. fertilising for hi* own particular with P. F Manler, the painter.Arygpyy .
couple. conditions
rind before th* Honorable H. F. Atklnion .
r dre.. P. O. Box .... H-tf Judge of acid Court on the CAFEboorpor.'e4 /

ITth day of November: .t. D. "Z4, at IX THE CIRCtlT COtRT. FI.EVKNTH .
19:00 a clock A M. the CourtHOUM ; oIl'lIIt'I.\L' (JltCt'tTDARE APARTMENTS OR HOUSES
Miami Dad County., Florida. V
WANTBD>-Man, white or colored, to RUBr LEINECKER : (COUNTY nA.>IUD.*. FOR RENT OR FOR BALE DR.W.D.SIGLEROHTtXJl'ATHIC 40 East

live on grove and work all or part Petitioner In ChanopryVIOLA By the ownerF. Flagler Street

\ time. No'ob.ctlon. to email family. I BART A. RILEY CDRUvmi L. WEBSTER PlirslCUV 1 ,
Attorney for Petitioner 1t.1II MIAMI, FLORIDA
IIi 1H-JJO Calumet Building
Good place Phone 1101 Prop of El Patla Apartment '

i, THE ciRcrrr cornT OF rut. George Q Curl.DIVORCE 'I MIAMI FLORID
; ELEVENTH; ; Jl'IU'IAI, ('IIU1:IT -
IV AM Lost DARE It appearing by affidavit appendedto V
I 'LEGAL NOTICES I COUNTY the bill Iced In the abovewted
In Chancery k kWhw
clue that George G Curl, the Defendant .
therein named I. a non-reel. Private Ambulance .
CIRCtn COURT. MJEVENTII CORA FRANKLIN Complainant
IX TifF JtDICIAL' riKCUIT, venu. dent of the State of Florida, and 1. SEE J. C. VANN

DADE: COU:>Tr. FLORIDAIn O A. FRANKLIN, Defendant a nsldent of Tarrytown Georgia; W. H. COMBS CO. ''i
that there I.
I RILL' FOB IIVOntEORDER no peraon In the Stale
Chancery
VOn PIHLRATIOV of Florida. the service of a eubpoena
FUNERAL
It appearing by affidavit appendedto upon whom would bind such I>efen- FORMarketing DIRECTORS
Vl.YSSE80EORGE versus the bill flied In the above Mated dent; and that he I I. ever the age of 27.29 N. I. U Street rkoa* S21) Use: 1''

CARRIE GEORGE.Dl cause that C. A. Franklin, the defendant twenty-on that ,said...., It to therefore ordered Fruits and 1S-33 N. B. lad Awe. these 7390
non-resident Defendant

therein named I nonre.ldent
VORCE a -
affidavit appended of the State of Florida and to a be and he le hereby required t* Canned
It appearing by !
< to the bill Bled in the above .tated rmldent of Helena Georgia: that appear to the Bill of Complaint filed Vegetables Albert Tower Summer., M.D.
then I I. In said caun *n or before Monday, the ,
the Defendant no person In the State of Florida

cause that Carrie named George I* a nonresident th. eervlo of a cubpoena upon let day of December! A. D. 1114. otb... DIKSM el Era. Bar, Meet *.< Tlull
th.reln Milk /
Homestead Fla.
wise th* allegation of pall bill will
M and I* whom would bind itch defendant and ,
the State of Florida ; ...
Of IM .
that eald. be taken a* confessed by said Dafendant. > ") .What, rte.
resident of Nassau' New ProYld.nce.n.hama defendant I* over the age of
9 Iiland, that them I* no peron twenty-on y.are; ItII therefore ordered It8 .....0 to.br ....._ Ph... fII'
In the State of Florida, the eer- that call non-reddent be and further ordered that order bepubll.hed When Fresh Milk will be
once a week for four
coneoutlv
he It -
would hereby required to
whom appear to the
vice of a subpoena upon .
bind ouch Defendant.; and that .he I It* on Bill or of before Complaint Monday filed the In ITth ald cause deader,*a weeks newspaper In the published Homestead said At Home PR. W. J. FITZPATRICK delivered daily to your
peen dayf
of twenty-one
over the age <<
County and !mate
.. therefore ordered that call nonresident November A. D Oils othcrwto the Thto October llth 1114 DENTISTSpecialti door for 20 cents a
Defendant be and *.h.II hereby allegation of call bill will be taken DR. B. F. EC} MAN
REN SHEPARD: ,
a* confeeeed by paid defendant '
required to appear to the Bill of Complaint It I. further (Ct Ct. Real) Clerk Circuit Court. of Extraction and quart
be- ordered that order bepublllh.d
on or
filed In ald cause Office hoars: "
By H F. MoCluney. 1 t
lt day of Dei-era- one a week for tour eoneecutiv Deputy Clerk. I to 10 a. mv t to I p. n. dally Orthodontia S
her a1C34 week In the
otherwi the allgatlon Homeetead .Prow
Ai W BROWN. 1071 Miw,4 LLlr..rf la/a1ar.

to further ordered that order be BEN BHEPARD IX TilE CIRCTiT COI'RT FLEW That ii tits bled we prod_
(Ct Ct. Seal)
week for eight con- Clerk Circuit Court.
published once a 1-.NTH "I'Df'f.4L CIRCUIT
CIIAS. W. MURRAY
ocutlvo week In the Homestead Loader : By H. F. McCluney, DADE (COUMTT) FLOHLUAIn
published In Aid Deputy Clerk .,.
newspaper \
a JAMES Chancery J.A.SMITHM.D.Phone
R. .
COOPER
County This October and, State.Ind. 3114. Solicitor for Complainant 11-11 LEAH AtLEN.- Consulting Engineer DEXTER SMITh
BEN HFPARD. 9
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(Ct. Ct. Seal) Clerk Circuit Court. IT THE cmnrp corRT. FIET- venueJACK ALLEN. Room I Horne Building

By H. F. MoCiceey.9s ENTII JUDICIAL; CIIICTIT Office Hours 3 to 4 1I0m.et..d. I'la.
Deputy Clerk. DADE <:COUNTY: FLORIDA DIVORCE Box 126

MORROW .A HAWTHORNE la Chancery It appearing by affidavit appended
Solicitor for Complainant I'-" to the bill filed In the above stated 1
WAYLAND F. JONES, cause that Jack Allen, the Defendant Sewerage Water Supply FLORIDA CITY
t IX tHF OOrRT, FI.tVFVTH verrusEIILAH therein named I I. a non-reddent of I
llIHCIAL <'C11U1IT I. JONFfl the State of Florida and to a residentof Paving Drainage
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA imoncE Montreal Quebeo, Canada) that J. F. U J'IIO.VE ..tll.ubctlvl.lon.
InCbAUwryLCLA It ppearln* by aTfldavIt appended there to no person In the State ef .
\ to the bill filed la the above Mated Florida. th* service of II subpoena IPIIREY'1
J. COOPER.TtatSnt cam* that Mulch I. Ion... the Defendant upon whom would bind such Defendant sac ,

therein named |. a 110"- "' ; and that h* to aver the ag* :=:
DIOIWEIt dent Defendant residence to unknown; ordered that said oo,-resident. Defendant ,
affidavit appended
appearing by Uted that there I I. no person In the State of be and h* I* hereby required '1Tomato
the above \
to the bill flled/ In the Defendant Florida, the service of a subpoena to appear to the BUI of Complaint _
canes that Erne L. Copper. upon whom would bind such Defendant filed In said caua en or before Mon '. t
CM melts for buata
named Ui non..I.d.nt plan any ***
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therein
; and that .h* I. over the age of 17th' day of November A. I)
ef the State of Florida and I* a m. nald:i building ar naldanoa Land and
that twenty-on yeant, It to therefor 'or otherwise the allegations I of ; Trucking LandThat'i
resident of Louisville Hanoi. dered that acid non resident Defendant bill will be taken a* confessed by acid '
tb.reII no person In the State Of be and >he I I. hereby required to Defendant ,
Florida, the eervlc of a auhpoen appear to the Bill of Complaint died It to further ordered that order be I I B| nlh bvngalowji a *.spindly. >fg Business
bind ouch Def.odant
would "
upon whom In acid eaua on or before Monday, published one a week for eight consecutive i ii '
; and that be I* over the age of the ITth day ef November A D, 1114 week. In the Homestead \
twenty-one year; It to therefore order- lit h....... i EsUmat and sketchr cbMirfnllywbnalttodl
its leader
allegation of acid bill a newspaper published la said ,
.d that laid non-resident Defendantbe will be taken .. confound by said Dafendant County and Btaw B. II. EDWARDS, Florida Gty Floridai
and he I* hereby required t. appear This September leth, I.I4. i
to the Bill *( Complaint riled In acid It to further ordered that order. be DEN BHEPARD PboiMftU-M Spcil Representative Titnm Brat..
....11.. on or before DelaSlnether- published eece a week for eight eon. (Ct. Ct, teal) Clerk Circuit Court "
day of November A. ecntlv week la the Homenead UyK.ll.: leatherman.
glee the alienation of eald.. bill will betaken Leader, a .....pap.. published to call Deputy Clerk IIoaMcx4. "... .. ),
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a* eonfeeeed by eald. Defendant County and State. HARRY CORDON : .:
It to further ordered that order be This HepUmber fish, 114 I Solicitor for Complainant 1111KOTICR ,
ubll.h.eI ..... a week fr four con- REM BHEPAXD, FLORIDA MOTOR TRANSPORTATION co.
Ucutlvo week In the Homestead (Ct. Ct Seal 1) ark CIt Cort \j" xMLSMi
Leader, a newspaper puMlahed In *aldCounty By H. F MeCluney, IN RR: PETITION or FRANCIS FLORIDA EAST COAST 1'0 n.olUD ClTI' ''nnRm? vrt'I' ro MIAMI I 7 w',, : t taro.

i and state Deputy Clerk WATSON TO BECOME! A FREE: ,
RAILWAY .m10.al.; ,mJ
This October 10111. IAHEPARU C. U CHAJJCET. DEALER p.r0. aim "'m. .m-pain ,;,..
BIN; Solicitor for Complainant. II." Notice Is hereby given, thai t Plaster System Mama .... ... Nei s0o 1OO eve lure a Ity s o 1: 0 1 s00 Thu ,"I YlarkI. h
Ct. Seal) Clft'IIIt .. .... 0:10 : : : ; Homeetead 7140 I
(Ct. BCla nCourtt Francis Watson *v married woman Intend CONDENSED' acHIDVXK:* 10:40 Ste 4s5: I'
r. Kendal 1:1010110 1: a10 iSto Meddle ... "
NOTICE to apply t* the delis of the Circuit 7:41 10:40 1:11: 4:40: "fit.
Deputy Clerk. NOTICE to hereby -given that Milan Court fit the lick Judicial. Circuit Effeotiv, .1.*.. II Ramon :15 10:10 2:11: Oils 11:31: Narsnls ....., 7:50 11:10 1110 4:19:
".AT.LACII F PERltT, A. duPont Intend to apply to the In and for Dad* County, Florida on lbs tinker Infuemsriasi pee lIMo R cckdale .. 0:10: 10:11: 3:15: 5:10 1110 PHnostop 7:01: 10:61 1:12: 4:11: ry'n
Solicitor toe Complainant ..-.. Circuit Jodie of tile Circuit Court In Monday th* tin day of December;A. Ttrfc. AgeaI Perrlae _. ... 0:44 I0:44 1:44: 5144 15:44: Hlask Po/nf ;I7 III7 157 4:11: ,' ) '
v and for Dad County Florida. on Monday D. 1014 at the hour of TN O'clock OKlC- Peters ,......... 1:45 15141 5:40: S40 10:1: Gould. -..,. _.. ::01 11:01 1:11: let J::nOeolde :
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4o IN THE ,1RC'Urt (Th"R1' or 1111 December t. 111 for lloeae t* la the fornon o* aa soon thereafter, DEPAIrTUUECF111001 .. 1:05 15:01I2ILe1O5 10:05 Peters ... ......Oli 13:11 1141 0:11:
LILT; : 'ENTII: JCDH'IAi. nRo manages tabs chant of and control >. t* _Ucable, at tb.. vine ef the ltlsek polnt 5:10: 11:511101: 4:50: 1101 Perrins 0:10 11110 1:40 ele
6 CCI! IN: A'D; 'UR DADE her property end to be and become aid Jang at the Court House In Mlsmh HOtmnoinrD Prlnoeea ,.. 1:57: 11:57 1:57 : : Reckdal5le 11iejiie 0:1.:
. 01:0'1': FE ORW AI. a fre* Healer ai every respect M provided Florida, for a HMO**. 4* manage. w., M Onaetia. aad HMper I 10 a. ... Narha 0:10 11:10 0:10 1:15: 11111 Ren.nn ..... 0:11 :
(lu.oery by tow of the Mat' of Florida take chares of and control my proper Wow il Coaches: __ till >. ... Mod tlo .....-. Otic; 11:15 1:10: : : K.adal IIs 1:11 1100 0:19: 4M r

under the name of Ulltoa A. deFect ty and estate and t*> become a>'Fr. \"* HORTHBOCUD :.' Horsertead r 1110 11:10: +1:39: 5:10: li:2e Larkta .,....,.. I:1111:112:00: 0:30 r,

MAX..BIL8ERMAX.3'ALMIRA..ua CompWnaat: '" ipso.Dated] this J4th. ..i.ULLIAX day. af October; Dealer. la every FRANCIS restmrt. WATSON. Kok M CiMH-hM and Weepers 11,Ii>I .< w Furth. City 0:20: 11:20: 1:10 ei5tll;20 MIam1:00 12:00 1:10: 4:95Sabject '

IIn.IIERWAJor. IVfendanLORnOl A duroIn' ptltloDr.IMI. Sot .*. CacaO..4ai p. w to Oases wkhout aetlon .s "', f: ''I

." OF Pt'HIICATIOYIk FRED YVYrTa.. '' J :JtJ1I't'Jt4Jt 1. Do RAHNER, CAR.I2AVL' AT A.d+L DAIi,7f FOR 3ACICIONYILLII, : ," .j
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affidavit appended >'sttlonerR :ol3.Cr -" ,*, ,Gerard r-nc- Agent 1. '
appearing by Attorney for r fo' ,. eth
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Page Twalw THE HOMESTEAD UA Thursday. November 8. 1924
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JAUDON OPENS Mr. Chandler HM Good I Clatuten Says Load Club Business Will Stop Nov. 11 I,I Only One Week Left i'

BtMineea in Newly Opened Hu Spirit at Rotary To Observe Armistice Day To Prepare Fair ExMMto l'

Tire and Retreading Shop RADIO I -- ,
19,000 ACRES ON (Continued from Pag. One) (Continued from Page One) Continued from Pace One) .1"

.r. J, Chandler ope.ilia Horn*. solved along, Rotary principle 1 amgoing 1). Redd. Department store. R HHMIHils Mr Kunson nr that the (ollowlnrsuggeetlone fJI./J.
lead Tire and IUtr* An!! Shop about Questions Answered by to .*....1ItMIof. **.+.... Malay ,, CMMber of Commerce. II I by 8. "W Hiatt, who .has .It.
TAMIAM TRAILLatest two HtMsih a**,**! It* Ha been dotes bntaeM. k* can.hi Apple greeted UM* concludingaaiumnoMtMt ""HUM. W K Walton i,. P. Roberta, worth considering:
patrMiac beg been eficMragtng.Mr of flat* PrasldenC1aoMO Homestead' Qroeeri Co. Armour Ferttllaer I Harden tegetable. to be shown In
Development of Dade 0*.*cV.<. .pWWjr to a tire that tgWsttosr >. Tfce mMke knew that Co.. Max. Place J. l1 Free bunches or In dude Iota should be 'J
although ni* f'JH ntbb>* .to, le lad been a mead of the Uiaekeoa .. .
Boosters Located J> t. Roberta. F B.Hobba, B HHme carefully selected a* M marketability
County
$ How an speeches, such M those efPavle Club since lie bngi...... for It wasIs
claimed M btAmb*|JIt teflllient M a
*. H. H. Sager, R a flash, UVm quality and unMnnUr of sise> and ,
broadcasts
in Collier CountyThe and Coolidge f.oenverloee and -Daniel W.b tr and OharHaMurray '
) 't..
pncumatto Mr*kills Ituride fringe dsUII.. W. |l. Sheffield AteiwoMefrVen. shape Remove ee4 or wtthar
of hole which act a* shock absorb.. pelnta: throughout tho ooun.fcede : who met wt* the elub at le*
AUee Pope, Golf lute leave. ale. that all sell! to waobedt
op.nIng'of I..e.e acre of en by allowing play between the solid available to the breadcaittnptstations first meeting and helped to organiseIt. Furniture Oks, Oo-eiteratlve Mervan off
? 1.11' In the Leader Dha
Tamlaml. Trail land for farming sad rubber ot the tire and the rim of the sent tile Co., L. T Prlo. Tether Brother,, Citrus fruit should be carefully M* ,
ubdlvMo/ purpose Ia aaaowwffdthrough automobile wreel you would answer question fat. Between the peeehe of the two W. D. Horn Ce., W A. Berger, Joe toot**: took for good quality fruit ]'
the Loader tbla week In a Owner ot truck, especially, like A. Radio Fan pant preelde.l. of the<,Miami Rotary I Burton. Fay M Uoleomb. Homestead : uniform (a dm. free from blemlohrw :
personal letter .. Homestead folk by th* type 'of tire that .... Chaodst AnnulsTho Club, entertainment feature provided Mercantile 0*.. O. A. West, Homestead or Insect and dleeae. Injuries. It U,. r
Captain J F Jaudon of the newly !IN en the local market. "It were solo by Mis Ann Polk ,
putting Electrical ti. MoOarrah.
usual procedure le for a microphone Chop o J., fruit I* to bo shown la eomm.rolatpackages
organised Jaudon Realty Company. does away with their tire problem," and Mm; Owen Victor ,and a dll.I' Henry, O. R. Brown .
to bo Installed In the room D. U BcwenF be careful tint It to wrapped :
Captain Jaudon, one of the 'maker Mr Chandler *ald "Lyope. Brothers by MI.. Polk and Mrs. Victor, withMr. ''r:1
where the speaking takes place Thin H. Redd, W. B. Cave., Hell ftOoeeman 1 and properly packed ;
or Miami". has many friend la seta" hat a art ef nvy tires on their truck, le; connected with a power amplifier Julian Webster at the planes A. MalnwoodHector, Supply The exhibitor should.se that each ta 1
lledland. IJlitrlot who will be InWroMed H. J. Davis of tho City Ice Co. ha* located at lUlU convenient nearby Both flee Polk and Mr*. Victor were Co.. Oraploo Bottling Work. East arlelr--of any crop fruit ot ....- .o
la reading what he ha I* say to two sets la us*! A Doyle and Henry obliged to respond' to encore demanded "
position luoh an the baeement of the Coast Fertiliser Co., Homestead Filling table-I* properly tagged An ether- ,- .
them la hie paid advertisement on Brooker' rack have a eet Frank Ro; building From the power. amplifier by the delighted audience. Station Central ",!.. foot exhibit may be thrown out rby ,
another page of thus' Issue key ha. them on two of hi* truck., the amplified voice le carried by wire A visitor wbo I. wanted again at Filling Station the judge for no other reason than
Although hi* newest development and Captain Hardl ha them en. ono to the several broadcasting tatlone the earliest opportunity was C N. Allison I that it to not to tagged \
of Orlando, Pta, While the Just received full line of tar
project I* located In Collier County of his truck from which It I. sent forth "almultaneouely -
1 ISM than four, mile* front Everglade, '. Chandler hen a sot of tire that staffers were given *. rest between i Roger n... 811'Ye.ware.-W. D. No ono sear get anything for noth"F;
the county seat, Captain Jaudon bat rav him IlOOt mile of service numbers he told two negro dialect Horn Co. lug for very lonf.-Ex.
ever been an outstanding figure In Th. Homestead. Tire and Retreading Added Interest le given to listening etorle that convulsed the crowd because I --- .. .,,
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In on the moat eloquent ad drew by
the development ot Dado County. He hop to located at the northwest corner of their trite-to-forth nature In -w
Imply listening for awhile to the ad*
took the lead In both the Ingrahemllghway of Krom. Avenue and Hogard both. content and manner of deliveryMrs. .
drone ae sent out by one elation and .
I Clauesen Mr. Webster
and
} and Tamlaml Trail project Street An advertisement in the Lead..r
The promotion e/eth... Tamlaml/ Trail. give full Information about the then tuning In on tome other elation I Mrs Harrison accompanied their husbands
'was pushed at bin. own eipent In bmlneea.Odd perhaps a thousand inline away and to the Wednesday meeting of I
with the loss of not more than a very the Luncheon Club and honored I
both Dad and Lee Cwintlee--In fact, I were Ij
''the Chevalier I Corporation I of whlohCaptain Fellows Hold District few word go right on Itetenlng to the guest The luncheon was held la the l rllVb j
name speech by the tame speaker being Woman. Club building a. usual., with
Jaudon I I. president, I* build- Meeting at Coconut GroveThe
Mat from different
a broadoaetlngitatlon '
bountiful dinner "
a of chicken
log at Iii own expense II mile of n
the Tamlaml Trail, which It expect regular meeting of the 11th District everything."
K complete by January IVnaldei of Florida I. O. O. F ...... held la -
being at lbe head of the Community Halt at Coconut Grove Reader of the Radio Column will Jut received full line ot 1147

Jaudon Realty Co. and president ol last Saturday night Seventeen member very quickly learn that on. of the Roger Bro.. Silverware.-W. DHorn .
the Chevalier Corporation, Captain of the Homestead lodi went moot enthusiastic radio tana of thin. .
Jaudoa I* president of the Tamlitm" from here Talk were made by different entire territory le JJ... Webster of :, Gy ___ _
Hallway, chairman of th* TamlamlTrail member. 110m"" .... He le thoroughly Informed .
Committee, president' of the Those attending from Homestead on all current radio event. When
Consumers Power Co. and of the FlorIda were: U A. Cameron B A. TJbbll,. asked to Mate briefly what he con ghllp
Rubber Co. Me I I. also clulrmaq Wm, Mead M. Bally, Wm. Thornton, Idered the outetandlng radio new
or the board of director ot the Ever. Alonio M E"'n. C. fc Allen Jerry of the week, he at onto replied "The
glades Development Association and Wlngate Hugh Beattle, O.o. Ball fact that' mail Monday night war the
It connected with the Ingraham Highway Harry Wolf, Men Fountain" E. O. ''ourth annual anniversary of radio ass _
Aseoclatlon.Mrs. (Iamb,?. Joe Scarborough, Chester broadcaetlng"
Reds. H. I. Laso. and Fells Rutaky K. D. 1(. A, >tUtuburgh", the orlgt !
MacDonald Becomes nal broadcasting.tatlon of the*world t

Proprietress of Fern Grill CAPT. BROOKS IS put on an anniversary program Monday .
night Mr. Webster said, and It

Mr*. J. E. MacDonald ha taken was Intensely Interesting to bear each The Good Cook
ever the management of the Fern MOURNED HERE of thorn In charge of the several
Grill which he purchased from J M-oadoastlng departments give a history
Henry late yesterday afternoon The of the evolution and growth of RADIO CHEERS I

little restaurant, located In the heart Th death of D. D Brook, count] his department Four yean ago K. Buys Good Groceries
ef the budnes* section: of Homestead convict captain which occurredat D. K. A. made the first and only attempt The Whole Family I
will close today for alteration' and Coconut Qrov kit Friday when a at that time to broadcast election
when It reopene early next week It charge of dynamite exploded prematurely returns by radio. The number -
will have an entirely new aspect-new .I* universally regretted la receiving them wen negligible This rfVEJf' baby win be pleased THE thorough housewife knows that {rood cooking -
name and everything.atomet.ad this section where Captain brook. wa year election return were Broadcast r. when It hear the sleep- 1
up and down and does not start In the kitchen. She realizes
throughout the
people who know bow well and favorably known' prodmJiig mnRlcl father will
efficiently Mrs MacDonald assisted la addltwB. to Capt Brook, a whit. length and breadth of the land. Thereare enjoy the totitum! and mother that one must have good Groceries beforeone
her husband la conducting the Home. convict who wa. assisting. In the workof comparatively few people of the
rnlttd States the opera. All thin come can create toothsome and wholesome dishes.That' .
.11'." Bakery until It was purchased blunting wu also killed at least according to -
several month ago by C T. Fuoh, I Heroism and quick preeenc 01 Mr. Webster; who did not receive newsof err our Radio, now mark why she buys here where quality is high
Jr. predict oertaln success for the mind on the part cf two other ooa..Iet.e the election directly or Indirectlyover edt so low that every family
now proprietress of the radio this year and prices low.
what
the
WM prevented ctlll wore devasta should' ave oneHomestead .
Fern Grill' dose us a necond blast WM alreadyon I Mr. Webster* own experience In
Mr*. MacDnnald'e! opening an. tire sod would have gone oft but receiving election return on elec- This store will be closed Tuesday, Nov, 11-

nounoemkflt will appear la next for their prompt action lion tilth WM entirely satisfactory Electrical Armistice' Day.COOPERATIVE. '
week'* blue of the Leader I Resolution of respect and sympathy He reported that everything came In
have been passed by both the 'with remarkable clearness and he Shop
Mrs Thompson Passes 'district and total lodge of the Odd bed report from Pittsburgh. Springfield !f. D. JAfOHM-V: Prop.
Away at Florida City ..Fellows, of which Ovptaln Urooli* Moss. Miami Fla, Beaumont MERC. CO.
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wu a member The two Owl, of r* outkms Te and Hastings Neb.

Mr*.. Oertrude Tbomptoa. 71. died follow:
at her home In Florida CIty Wedne IHMrkl I>rpt. L O. O. F 111/1.11/111I1// / / / IIiIIIIIIIIIIIIHuhIIIIJIiIIHlIuhIIIflhIII1illluuf'" : / / / '"{ llIllillllllllIIiILE { { "' / W.: H. COCHRAN, ManagerWe

day. morning Funeral service. obn- Whereas, our esteemed brother and thank you-call again
ducted by the It.", O N. Walker, friend D D. Brook. wa killed In
a were hell. at I p. m today at the a deplorable, accident Oct. II. UK.herefore : Broadcasting from FREE DELIVERY PHONE 19
Baptist Church In Homeetead be It resolved by the 11th i
Interment we at the NaranJ cent*, /District: Dept of the Florida 1. O. O
&er,. The King 11'. In meeting assembled at Coconut ===
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charge of funeral arrangement drove this first day of November thai Station SALVE |

Mrs, Thompwa same to Homestead we deeply' deplore the sad accident : II
about a year am from Plttaburgh, and offer our heartfelt sjrmpathy to r Your folks North will be glad to
..... and had resided her and at the bereaved family and herewith order i up
Hoi-Ida City since that time. For a copy of thin resolution to bun THERE' is a message which fa broadcasted daily || receive a
family and hi be
the lodge spread on
put eight Mr.
year Thompson the minute 5 in village town and city of this country.
ha. been confined to her kerne by every g

eon paralysis, E..A, Thompson Bh. I. survived who has by been one J HARRT. M BAOLET D. WOLFS, P. O. 3 It is a message on which |3 II Box of Fancy FruitFOR

her mother constant attendant during j, M. MCCARTHY 3 all successful people g
her entire limner Witreaa It ha pleased" ODd la Otis $ have tuned In. It is a THANKSGIVINGGrown
Almighty providence to take VoW

Stolen Car AbandonedAt Himself our worthy brother, D. D. .- short message, the mes- g the
and f famous
Brooke, ther foe be ItResolved shipped by
of It is-
Florida City Station sage success, g
that Homeetead Lode Note .
Found jy Chief BryantA I I 0 O. F. eiprese lie heartfeltsympathy 53 save first, save regulars Bonita Grove s.
I t* the wife and family of = ) ;a
reward lissome hat been recelv stir well beloved brother, and that ly Send orders now. We
td by Chief of Polio your guarantee
W 0. Bryant a copy of this resolution be spread ,
of Homestead, a brand new Gray car I upon the minute of this lodge. SAVE AT THIS BANK | deliveryBonita '
belonging to the U-Drlve.It Service at H. A. CAMERON .
West Palm Beach ha been returned ]D. A. ENNI9n.
t. It* owner and four young men A. TIBBTMCommittee.
who otherwise would likely' be In thttolls \ I CITIZENS BANK I Grove
et the law, are en their way to :
California by way of boat frent Key IW. ....1It\ te a negro' for 1100 cash and DR. J. I'ETERSEN'
.... These results followed the tllI1't 100 la be paid at a later date, aad tbe HOMESTEAD FLORIDA 5
Homestead R. F. D. Phone 1012
01 the oar at West Palm Beach last abandonment ef the oar by the young 3illl
week lIt arrival In Homestead Sat. men near the railway eiatloa at Florida .
tinlay night tile nuocsful. effort I City t.. IllillIIIllllUllliRl111111iillllllllllllllliVIIIII11lilill!! { / / / / / ( ({ { illglillIIllli111illllliilll/ !{ { / / /
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Lots Priced as Size of Lots


Low as 50 i
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,Fronting on I.,. W. 36th St and Douglas Terms-One fort1 (cash balance 1,2 and 3 years. Warranty deed Notice particularly the large size of lots on

r. delivered to you on first payment
Road thence
northwest three bl oc-. Close "
YOU WLL| FIND SALESMEN ON THE GROUNDS.. TODAY account of being platted and recorded in
to HIIlleah the Mecca of Sport*-fronting

on proposed trolly line, and right In the path J. S. BLfllNTHE November, 1921-and offered to the publicof

rapidly Increasing values. Location.and
) LIVE BROKER 30 days ago as originally planned. Further

price mean EVERYTHING in purchasing 211 tie 1st Ave. Mistier Ft*. Phone' 333

property. Open Evenings Until 9 P. M. Information, maps, etc, on application.I .










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