The Homestead leader

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The Homestead leader
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Place of Publication:
Homestead Fla
South Dade Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
May 29, 1924
Publication Date:
Daily (except Sunday)[<1926>-]
Weekly[ FORMER 1923-<1925>]


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
25.471189 x -80.468122


Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 1, no. 1 (June 14, 1923)-
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Ceased in 1931.
General Note:
B.E. Archer, editor.

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L O. o. F. and Rebekah, Canning Co. To Erect \
To Hold Joint Memorial $"000 Factory on Large a

I''" AT RALLY HELD TONIGHT: TAYLOR Service on June Ninth Tract at Florida City AT ARCH CREEK{, BUT All DAY RALLY :!II

The aa.uat Memorial" Service for Th MlhwosUr CtaMlBg. CrpM

AND COOPER CI+SII OVER FRED PINE. those members wits have died during lice bough. at Florida Oy tbit weak,' IS IGG STAGED CAMPAIGN ,

the peas .. being ptaaard Jointly a tract lit land *n wblk they prepoee

by the Odd Fellow sad the R*- to bulM a tomato caaamg factory to
Candidate for Sheriff Pays Mayor Livingston Will Afternoon. sort Bennett Anticipates Attacks by Allen and Says He Wasto
lkahe to be bald on Sunday approximately UI.OOO. b*.entplrted -
Tribute to Dillon Talk at Florida City June *. by the beginning of the MM Lay Off "Bucket of Blood" While "

and Bennett The wrvtce will b* bold la th* Odd tomato. pease .. Serving as Deputy L
member of the ;
8. H Livingston,
Fellows Hall otter which the mtmber Tb product to b* manufacture,{"kunderetood

REPLIES TO CHARGES Dade and County candidate Hoard for of re-election Public Instruction will- of the two lodge will go In tOo w form: of......1 ALLEN'S MOTORCADE ADDS TO EXCITEMENT AI;

a body t* the. cemetery! where th* trated tomato past, tad many the
with 'the ol the ParentTeachers' -
meet will b decorated. It I* *e- and pound of the tomato .
graves grew !
Has Answer for Race Track Association In the Florida Charles M- Fisher Applauded Heartily Mrs. Stratton JI
sired by thoM having the arrange- her will be required<< t* men their. ;
" .;, and Other Allegations City school at S o'clock 1Mdayafternoon. moat lm charge that all who can demand Pleads for School Board Allen Gives Hint\

f!,.' Made 'I. Invited. Parent and .teacher are conveniently d* eo donate flower her A large amount of waste water re of :Future. "Fireworks" ,1\\

"' the occMloa. suite from their.. manufacturing process --

t" ".:Wbea )Le." Chats got through hence the site for their plan Speck to she Leader) I will get (heed rprenUtlve and one

.f',. peaking at the rally 'held hr torMm C.OFC.VOTESTOAPPROVESTATE Rallies for Bennett wa selected adjacent to the cansA.Th Hundredof% Dad County: voter; enator. Wha I am lcted a* pour

last night! b* left the Impression And McElya\ Are Next purchase of the site WM packed tkenuelve Into the open place I senator I 'WIll secure ...' approprta ;

with many voter* that h* _.t what On Homestead Program through B. H. Edward of Florid before the K. P, hall In ,f rah Cheek Uoa t* Had out what causes nail.keel,

.h. said about cleaning thing up If City.Philip this afternoon to take part tn the' rust and hew to tt rid .( It" Mr.WUlard .

*. I* elected t* th* .sheriff ..Wee.W'v On political rally attar another, In Butts la president ot but big political rally' this county will' also eipreeeed his disapproval

,' HI* manner.... rincere hi. veto 'determined PUBLICLY TAX a whirlwind series that will wind up aoutbwwtern Canning Corpora. hold before the primary election kea of the Bryan primary law, '
r' .. ,. Uoa. They have a factory already\ .
M ri, urged the la the campaign with ttralght>frotu-the- op Tueeday.Tk dwfge Norfloct Meant

hit tudieno.1. dedde who th* ,troD,- shoulder blew .. to be the fortuneof rating at Tampa and also one tn mud dinging that bad been I Judge Norfleet, candidate for to. r,'

**i mss I* opposing th* present In- Motion To Reject Proposalof Homeetead.. Following M the heel California. leered WM prevented. by the chair election' a* Judge .( the criminal court

cumbsnt, and to vote for that maa Florida BoardIs of the Henry Chaw rally tonight will man' appeal for clean politic reminded the audience of hit efficient,

The meeting took fir after Mr. Chase come the Norse McElya rally at the FLORIDA CITY TO The morning posted M the morningof service during the thro and *ni.

had topped peaking when Roberts Defeated Homestead grammar school aedlto. an all-day political rally usually bait years ka ha* peen la efflc
s, Taylor, Jr mad aa unexpected ---- Hum Friday Might M I o'clock. Bill I do**-will) politic!*.* apeak Ing Mobody < "No bunch will writ my ade", h*
I speech>...d WM followed Asalstajit Tb Redland IMMrlct Chamber. M beanetf friends announced tonight' DRILL TEN FIRE listening, and preparation faith aid, la part "... a* bunch will put

County Bollcltor Jame R. Cooper. Mr. Commerce voted approval of the pro* that ho would ipoak Saturday afternoon barbecue under way. ''II collar en m* and com to and whenI

bcoptr read from a law book and grew poMil half mill tax for Mat tdvortl. I The came am. elected to MM'. m* what. I must
U I clock\ In'" behalf of his
eloquent la behalf of hi. absent ohlef lug purposes at their regular Marion 'tandldacy for sheriff 'TOLLS IN TOWN\ hand-ln-kand with a "Louis All.** and<< must sot do."

.5 Fred W. Pine, but hit audience WMinappreclatlv Monday night. The Florida Development for Bnerlff" motorcade of It ..0DII.III. Mos rI'l b frmcnt
At the rally for Norm UoElya, who
\ *. H* w.. "rawed tOo a Board had naked foe the *n automobile* and a brat baod. R. D Mowtey, alp candidate for
dorMment. of the movement by the will tell Radioed District Sobers why Council Votes Thanks To J.
re-you-well. The sounding klaxon and double proeresloe judge of the criminal court said h*
\ la addressing tile voter Of Homestead local chamber and the matter had they should kalect: him M their rep.reeentatlv D. Redd for His Many of this' motorcade Subsided I* WM funning hj* campaign oa hla
t* the legislature, Mrs
tonight, 'Henry Chas began been discussed! at previous meeting CourtesiesFlorida about twenty minute and Jehn W. own expense M h* would aot hay
,by 'stating thai hi. friend had taken and had !been aPt for final disposition Edith M. Atkinson Will also\ speak In I Martin WM welcomed by Ckalrma a hammer ever hi* head or a lever
behalf of her candidacy for Judge or
'him to tuft fsr not making a more at thl Urn. to have J. W. Wlggln acre* his chest that any Individual
I or tea
the Juvenile court.MAYOR
eSeotlve speech before the voter of Mayor 8. B. Llvlngeton' who bad I fir well for It* protection from. fir*. Mr. Martin mad his usual promise could pull to nabs him equeal. He
the Io't)! He said that h* made no Just returned from ;, IDMUnl' of the nil decleloa wee mad by the town concerning reapparttoaintnt, road development promised aa h neet and fair nrvloe.X. .

f-clsJm. to being an educated man and mayor .f the Mat held at Jacksonville ISSUES council at Its meeting Tuesday Bight tu 'rdactloa and drain tX V. Burr and bob Slmpeoa
that he too old to to \leers WM preneot. and spoke to the
wa* BOW try When Mayor. Edward and CouncilmanRIvormanv'Batohelor age. were pplautvly received a* were
the tactic of Billy Sunday or any directors* of, the Important place this PeUold "ir* Martin or Cl'* candidate for office to the Arch
other dramatic talker, :H. said that master hadfbeea given la their tee- Simmons were appointed M a con "Out If* Martin or Catu for pour Cr.ek district.

':]>. did claim executive ability, and .ton*. H* particularly treadd the mitt* to take charge of thin projectEach next goveraor," shouted the speaker Mr*. Edith M. Atkinson, Norma

the faculty rot accompllthlng tbs tact that, prominent business men o( the well will b* about II for thl race 1* between Martin and N. Blakeley and Thomas P. Ever. ;

,I'' thing .h* started out to do. la this Jeckeonvllle and other place' ar* already feet deep: The well will be placed Cotta When you east ft fete for hard!, the throe candidate. for Judge

Connection h* went Into torn ..- raking a large turn by private at point elected by the committee frsmmell or Jennings or Spencer you at the Juvenile court and FraaHBlanton. i

*\M In regard to bit record In the subscription to begin campaign of are voting for Celts.. candidate for county Judo, 4
Urges People of City To Observe ta far only one man, lift Kaleer of
Miami' fir department mentioning publicity for tilt Mat M a demonstration fttxHsMr "'.. Present spoke during the mornlnf. i iIlsitss
Miami hM submitted bid for the
,that when h* assumad tbo head of of the results that may be had. Memorial Day of drilling the wells, and hi* bid Job I* Aa untxpectod candidate for goveror Is ...plaad..aNueb i

the department, that Miami/ carried A.full and quit Spirited dlMumloa Appropriately for || a foot The council: I I. an* wit present, but did not pak. applause ratted Charles M

'a Ire c'rabt' ,, and that during hi.. of the whol matter WM had by the \ lou* t* have tide work completed JIe WM Charles H. Spencer of Tampa, Fisher, candidate for re-electlo a*

administration it advanced to clawA* dlreiton, A motloa WM mad to .... The following proclamation has M MOO M possible. a* the tow. at rind at** "a farmer toP governor" a. tuperlntend of the board of public J

e and that it eat the only town In the Jest the request which bad been mad been mad by Mayor 8. E. Livingston preeent hM absolutely no mean of his t....... Mr. Martin wag the only\ Instruction, t

'outh with many tines population by The Florid Development Board for tailing oa the people 4If Uomtead.t protection from fir*. gubernatorial candidate to speak D. D. lIa,1tt.. W. Hall, aU l
.;.that had tile class A rating.ffWWi'xt endor.emeni; and t* refute to comply .berv* Memorial Day. la honor of the I Norris McKtya Talk aa,dl
'fl.: t. : took up some el'in ii'charge* wrl-. the lIt'"Mt iuMta'ntlal> Tblumo" lonwaq. defeated Oatleaa. deadr..A ; .JfJI"'., .. w". 'me A* committee auvermao. BlmmonaTlciInf{ ;|! ot'Oeuedi.and 'Notate'Iofiyn: who I'9CIntlJ'- wall revs..... ,1, >' "" :. ro $

I lee said bad toen brought tfiiimst 111mf' a majority ant' Whereas the United State go*.r.. Patchelor .teas appointed to take nounced hi. candidacy for the offlo I tout A. Allea wa introduced at

rSlurtng the campaign. He 'said that approval was given tiM proclaimed the I etk day of .( state representative was heard tk* clot of a king an.ra..r '
chart of the eonetrurtlou of a. road t
Dr. R M. Cuban cigar taaaufacturer
'e during the Mm that A* WM la office < May to b* the 'Vatlonal Memorial to the dumping ground that WM donated with Interest The voters, for the speeches Ua WM received with loud
: M member ot the City Council;: of Ml- of WM preeent Day andWherea4 and most park were already familiar with and oontlnuou applaiuw,
deeded to lilt M.
city by
/. and spoke to the director la regardt tbs of I.. T. Norwood his e
pollcle ,
anti op.
that the efforts of th* '
It behoove M to commemorate BIlvcrmaA recently. Title land, which' "The audience ha boa lttln| here
the educational value that h believed ?

\ mayor. at that Urn, a law wa pasted would. suit from the trIpbellii' the death of those wh.fonl'llt Include a little over aa acre, I* l*. po at. Gordon tl. Russell also a waiting for the tiro works but I ant ,
'candidate for this office did not
'making the salaries of the councll- speak "
|a dtfenso of what they conceived sated one and one-he mile north- not going to Mart them'-aot today,
tones 'UO." per month, and that planned to Cuba, t* b* right, honorable and Just; cut of Florida City. Th committee Mr. Malaya explained that h* hu k* aald.Mr .
: Ftonrteea the
of of
fifteen member
*after they had beea paid this amount lived la Miami for I years and that 4
Now therefore J:. WM given authority t finish Allen continued by defending
tare board -wes present, 'j hoes aa.iwerlng I, K Livingston all\ work
h born and raised I. DoSou
for awhile the Supreme courtruled was Polk -
to roll call were a. follow: mayor, do call upon the people of the la setting the dumping ground ready his. record a* eherlff of Dad County
and Manatee Countlet H I Is
that the law WM not a correcton. a i
City of Homestead, Florida, t* to- before the rainy _a. "They ray that bootleggers and
p. Thompeon, A. R. Livingston, W.
graduate o' tb* Vnlvtnlty/ of Florida,
; and that the councilman mustrefund .
gamblers auppert mo" h* MUd, but
( that R. Crow, C 'y. Harper, a T. Puca*. member the faithful and glorious Mr. Bllvcrnwn'a flnaaclal'report received his law degree and wa In
'. the amount bad been
1 8r. ,J. D. Redd B H. Edwards Edward : deed dope those who gave their WM accepted Tuesday lfht.. It li.clude .. thank God that aside from them there
the army two befor bcf'nalnilU '
paid them. Stating that til* charge yean "
are some toed people supporting me.
Btlllng, M Bllvenaan, H. A all for their country and who have fund paid for work don In
law '
In aI'amL"My
t had been mad. against him that he Cameron, Ch.... Behrena W. H. Cau- pasted on; and that w* further show the pMt. H* WM given permlanlon togo practice Mr. Alton said that Bad County ha
had never refunded his part ef the opponent ha said that h* the beet JU la the *..uUl.I. .
our appreciation of their valiant on with till work and to have more
ti t ky, J:. H. Oallaher, J. D. Fogal..
want to school house
aN a oa every
.', amount, a letter from City deed and aaoriflcea. I ask that all tree planted. ) ., BmM Heard
';Manager Wharton stating that the ThoM. preeent other than the directors bill), with an American flag oa top," "I'm glad to peak her la Arch
amount bad been paid la full with were, Mtror .. B. Uvlngeton, places of business b*closed oa Friday, Th* council voted to emend thank aid Mr. MeElya. "and I say to yon Creek foe this wa my horn for IIyoar,1' '
May 10th the National Memorial
Day J. D.
to Redd,
county eommlMloaer
all accrued Interest Secretary L. B Bishop It. M. Denltet that I would like to ee a flat ever
''I'" t and that all ckuwM Join IB titS memorial from UU district for the many wa Mr Bennett' opening se.
Q L Grew Institution and America
vary every
H* alee referred to the charge that service *. be held In honor ofth courtesies h* bte extended to the town mark.:
ooneutat In la the
because Walter L. Harris' hut cam- nation' dead. of Florida City, Tb every country 'Aay one wti* ha known m* caa
to intend
world I of
;'. pain manager, WM a member of the DIRECTORS MAKE a B. LIVINGSTON, thank through the spent two year my life ouch for the act that b* bas never
newspaper was
to the where It belong
helping flag
put -
Miami Club be Chase hOWl Bill Bennett to com horn
Jockey Mayor of the City of Homestead mad by Mr. gltverman' and unanlmouely and It tberelK
would be controlled by the Interests Florida. favored. keep drunk or t* do anything of that
.f that organisation. HJ* reply to OFFER FOR SITE hope t* she the financial crises' klnd.. t- h..tlM that sshl akAlilil

that WM that Mr. Karri resigned of the schools obviated In Como men- b* don to every one and wron( t* f
I EDUCATION ESSENTIAL TO PRESERVE nor not at the tiptoe of the children
from the directorate ef the organisation : nobody.M
f\ M1 mentioned some month ago' but Authority Given i Golt President CIVILIZATION DR. JAMES M. FARR of tchool age"Pryelale "I coped to answer charge mad I

g ,. that vn If Mr. Harris still held to Tender Price Talk about me by Louis Allen\ about a

r: membership with the Miami Jockey for Land TELLS HOMESTEAD HIGH GRADUATES U P. Vrytdale, candidate for clerk place k* called th. Ducket of Blood,' 'fl
Club Mr. Hard to not the kind: oft of the criminal court oC record, spoke while I wa deputy under Loul Allen. t

I tithes who would nadertak to Influence Another forward step toward. the la behalf of .his candidacy, Mr. Alien at that Urn told m* that

':. aa officer unduly, and that building of Homestead'. golf, countWM Th *omp Mitlc* *f modern life ono of the beet, measured by tilt work school Hoard Classed thl.* road house WM sot la My dla

I""' h* himself.WM willing to stand on taken Tuesday night when President make 'It absolutely essential that accompllahcd. Th* present school board cam la rlct and I wa aot t* better It."

'j the record h* had mad M not being John Harris ... authorised by enough trained met and women b* Member of the alas are Mir Al for many floe oompllmeDU when Mr* At the Urn this dispatch WM tent,

''' able to b* hog-tied by any one the director to make a definite offer supplied to meet the demand of these lose Bryant. Mist Kathryn Drew, Mist Lola O. Stratton spoke In It* bekalf. Hoary Chase and Raymond Dlllpn

;, Next taking *p the charge that h* to the Model Land: Co. for the 110 complex condition. la order that clvtllsatlon Mildred Edward, Miss Rita Fitch, She said that (or. the first time la |< were among the candidate who had

WM a member of the Greater Miami aero of land two 'and a half. mile doe not go backward. Mil Jtah. Nines, Miss 0111 Robertsoa, ', (rears the schools were kept up wltk not yet apokeo.Women .

Employment Association, .b* explained west of Homestead, that hM been This may lit said I* summarise. fairly Mis Mettle Lou Theut Miss Orwtebea la the budget She spoke particularly .

M* poelUoa la that eonaecUe by saying wader eoMlderatloa M the alto of the addresa of Dr. James M. Fair, Turner Miss Myrtle Webster, JMOB I' I" behalf of Heary Filer who I* candidate Voters Meet '

/p!. : that While h* had: never been th* count. vice-president of the University of Avery, Albert Bradley, Harold Rob- from that district, ,
Saturday To Learn
f member of organised I labor, during traCt Florida, delivered at the closing exercises rte and Sam illverman. Watson. and WUUrd Talk
Should this be secured, the I Election )
s the period wkea the force ef or lit Ibo Homsstead high' school Dr Farr'a address, la part, follow! Joha W. Wauoa and Ben WlllanLcaadldaf Regulations
offer of aa adjoining five aero .
r ganised labor and those opposed to ,art Friday IYIDln,. Mil) talk will deal with tbs expenseof for Mat eenetor, weretit.
hM pees mad* by Mrs Oertrvde al.ley
I them were at greatest Odds In Miami, W .After showing In most convincing schools' our tan* which w* pay aox, epe Jer The Dada County Learn ef Women -
Will miss five It
< aaonpted.
la the construction of hi *..101 rooms way to'Ale andtoae that clvllltaUoawa to run the MBot and the masons Mr, Wataaa answered a question Voters will meet at I p. m. Betrday .

'. for truck and tractor .. North Miami has needed been to. tllned.complete th* court M entlrsiy. dependent oa education wry w* do those things If w* went I put to him by eipreieinf his wUllafaM la Miami at the Central Gramwar' -

avenue the work WM done ae1 t* prevent fie groins backward. Dr. It year without education, our cities : to introduce a kin for redoclnf school to* the pnrpoo of laMriioUng -

1! ?,. 'UNI' ) by rgaateed tabor. B* aald A flaane committee, canslntlng of Farr then addrswsd Imrlf partlooUrly would disappear, maa to the greats! r* Mntl.a xpae. He aim reminded : BOW voters oncratng the
that B* U BOW being charged with a T. ho...., /r.; 1. H, Webster and ta th* graduating clasp sad thing la suture, and mind Is tb* great. his hissers M rnpoadlnf U primary lecUoB law*. Jo*. Hlrecb-

I; being too friendly to union labor and W.. R. Craw WM placed U" aomtnatton pleaded wit' them to eonslJer the at thing !. _.. A* far a* our another question, (bat h* had see man will 'peak o. "How U u... tbs '

paid wet the nppeed they needed a.4 .lcctMi' 'riving 'of service of far greater value bodle* are _..,.. w* 4* not differ helped t* pass a bill wkkh put the BalloT.I. .

,, em* friend anyway. ta order to mereas.* decidedly !b* that the getting of whatever might mock from the animal Direct but. ear* of widow and orphan understate B. Doula will speak la behalf

Taking up the. cendltions ta Miami number ef thaw taking membership appeal to,tbal. solflth _blUolI*.'H. body and th* body of aa' animal sad oatrt. K* ate sold that h* of th* preetet eehool board and urge

h* stated ths4 there exist to Miamiat I.the elllb".,a (pooUf drive WM ar- the urged that every wa* of them 'toe weald And the same thing hi had saes passed two lien law ISO ,.-.Ioed4III' of all tb* member*

,,' this Urn more saloon than be rested t* tttead through 411' week ate could possibly. d0, so eantlsuttketr each. aasMly tissues bon. muscle, through the UtrWatur. that sow Constitute IcMr J d

for the passage, ef<<: the V leted act eating fene Tth, Seven team oC' two .Mdie. In, other InMIUtten. H* blood and organs very much 'alike bat lied WUlard olA UUfly about hlaU.Un.dOIlO W. N. Hull chairman of the '

Giving quite a number of specific location member each war appointee! to carry concluded with aa earnest admeaUlo* the presesao of th* mud Ul nan and and pact history, H* ........'* auxiliary. of the Dade County

't> "mot IB vtrievs part .. the city .a tide drive. Thes team are M to fcto audlenc to allow BO ese of till making that mist week makes, mm aid that h* drafted tb* only reappor.onnual Democrat! executive committee, lacompany

3 he told *< one at Buena Vista that follows J. I. Harris, )I. 0. Alford; students t*' fail I* eeotlnue their *da* Immeasurably superior to animal.' bill that\ seer passed la the with Mr*. With M.:: Atkln

.'". bad bee accustomed to givingcurbervtoe W. R. Crow Landon Carney T. I, atloa because of say lack: cf financial "Got.. back thousand of years ouw. (It.%*. .. *. ..' In th* .a. eon. candidate for Judge of th* Juvenile t

a .. on sntoxtcatleg |lqer* cattl tehwwrth, O. X. Thomp***: t>r. i. ..chases. when >only aaliaal life .named the ate). He..... put through a reapportlonmfnt aourt", and Mr*. Melds Hlrerh-

I/ quits recently, hat that sew the man Ar mlth. 1. ., Btshopi I Mrs Maybell Principal L. 1:. Bennett (n 't'YIOlI&- earth, with only Bator emvVronmeeit." ._.meat which will mac, wor la Homestead Weitnoedayrtlny

!" I.a"t palling It say more, sad ghee Rear Mr*. OUMI Jeuer.Th lag the CIptoauM te"the ,.N.tI8&dat If man WM pat la tfc* middle of k. be ubmlttod t. the voter. all women voter who possibly.

asked why, stated that Henry Chase lour losing team are Utertala ce- else. stated that It WM DOt espy the weald ho go on living a* the animal It pee adopt ....*,'' lie said "'...* oald to atttad this meetlnf la the

WM raising to mock k- .-- hat k* Ik* entire fore s* worker mrgnt. class over. to graduaU frm dov being tatlsfUd. with UM **. Utrlot will tot It reprawntallv** and Central Grammar school, Miami, Sal'

(Continued.** Page Eight air dines when the ._paIn 11- the high school but that H wa also (Oonde4 on ..... Eight' ) three .tutor*.aad {Had. Ceanty aloa utday ..tt__.

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Two THE HOM8STEAD. Lt.: ADEK: Thursday, May 29, Iftg4+


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Mr and M... Bverbeart *( HlaMin MMal M upped lies aaaennor ........*. W. J. While, MM MM/ ** tit aadMM .la May aft* .... Ctthetta ibrrt.ton C...*. Saailttsltilln tilt". M '. to t/tasasl/ Nap, sue *. Tta...... ,>f.J.
.. > ,wiling Mn J. H. B.raMn >.. .... a. lot ....M.f WtB leartmTMr ***- Booker ItJtMrtd *. Cap BaM *V Hwnt*.d.Hr. ..... H. K. Orainkm' to' vteHSn- hers FrctMrvttt wtt be In the real estate
A. R. Cave his. ......aat tunfne | .%r 1-I--1U. 0.. Wo WIll Saturday and |t,.a.d Mayo BrotherOMM' .lm# |..... ')tw. daV*. ),fr. Graham wtll to up Ma. TMmg *4 Colder visited' hitdlHWkMr.
Ma Im fc-alth ; ,. +ulp "ai,<. .... ........ ibis ****'* guest of her (....*,' Mr*. $.eaBa suet Tuesday *vng with .j .ltnrta ;.; ; .Mr.. T. Mwray en Thun
af a.d Mr*. V. O, WfcrttJt M*" j 1. O Moor, of Florida Cttf.Mn Mss and Mr. *. Taa WlnkM. 1'ste tat ;.Ihrs<< fli 1'4 Ytfcerr.anspldshid4 der.
amt vteited ) .*. R.Jirrt *Mr, Mr*.. MOTEL ARRIVALS ,. &'. L Oilman mad a budnen George WV Turner. ..... 1* visiting their ..daufhw, MJ* R. Mrs. W. P. Cash, Mr* C. X ChIUAi -
l-.*n Moses! *a.eiinday.Mn ., M*. MdyMr*. A ;A, Jackson, Tallintaawef trip to Miami Monday, she ale .tatted friend in Baltlmora Atkinson Md> Mr*. Grady ltoge i lees and Mr*. 14111 Harper were la
8 H. naugatcf and daughter, Oeort {. 4ei., Miami K. A. with Mr. 8. & Shield In Coral Mr Ella Johnson ** Jaduonvlll 1'n..da", .'uadayy,,t\. \- Miami Thvnday
Ruth and Mn, 1Iu.: *... Harden and Ulldq".mphlot" ; Charles W. Murray Gable' who ka been visiting la Miami, I* 1d'ttle Evtlya MOM f;n from a sea Mr*. Chalker and. children were In "'
three ohlldrta earn down frota Pomnaoo MuunTi H. Q. Walking Orlando. Rort 44 Mart: Rohnr. small MM the uegueal .t Mr. and Mr*. W. H. end Mary window on Friday la Ml' Ftrrln oa WdnMdnyTh .
oa Friday .. see tilt graduationvsrreuwa I. K. BUckbnm Atlautai J. R. Ourrano of Mr nod Mr*. J T. Rohrer, an.pending Cast this week. amt, striking tile back ot her head. on Redhuid Country Club will
While hen they ism th* *. Tamper It. Locafo. XCI y West; this week with their brother Mm Oeonr Turner, Jr.. and 'children a rock. At th* Umfl of the accident Slew a business meat!.. Friday Bight
gueeU of Mr. and Mr. S. H. Fitch F Rm", Key Weet.On and ibm...-..., Mr. and Mr*. t'. O. expect to leave ,MOB for their attending physicians held Very little at Chat. Behren' store to make furtht "
+ Mla Haael Hook l Io vidtteg Mr* J. B, Tower. and daughter' Rohr of Miami. summer hem la Baltimore bop of recovery, but art very much; plan tot the Fourth. ot July
R. V. Oollm of Union City. ...ri. Dorothy and ROM, arrived T'It. Ladle Aid Society of tbe ComMunlty Mr. and Mn, Wayne Calkin and encouraged now. fine \\f only ''11'0 celebration
JT. V Davl arrived Jrom Madtoon home Wcdneeday Mary and frothy' Chunk will hold lie regular family peat Sunday at Coco Plum and a half year old. Her parent, 1'11' Dade County Grower will ..
FU.. Friday. Whra h* ntura h. have been attendlnc th* Btat Col. meeting next WadnN4I17. ..cll. Later la the evening they mo Mr. and Mr. Will MOM; formerly meet Friday Bight to dtocua the canning
will: bt aeoompanled by his wife an.te left at TaltahaM. Dr. Tower and HIM Annabel Lochrl to at horn tend to Miami t* visit friend lived here. tndlllt '). The npeaken will b* +
*:ehUdren. I'll"' ",. ant and Naomi, Roe drove tit TaUahaan after the for a few w'eeks' ttay before she A. W. Llndgrea of Oonldt upent Sun. Mr. and ....... R. '". pnw. bays returned J. O. Walker J. II. Haute and Oeo.McCary. .
Ruth Waton left for Key West on other two girls, leave for Washington IX G, where day afternoon at the William Van from a 'Yl u4 *,"'v>r.. a 4 The meeting I* scheduled
ftunda to visit her father. She win MlM" Nina Drew, MlM Loll Maser she will attend the H. B. X eoavcn. Winkle home. Sarah Carroll and bale Hendenon for eight o'clock at tht Princeton
fad the summer down there.Mr. and HIM' Briber Llvlncnoa retaroei lion from June II tutu July I. HIM Mr. and M.... & P. Duncan of Ml- attended the party;en Friday at the Mercantile *tor*.
sad M.... F W Kohn and baby hem Thnreday Tb. girls bar been Lcchri.. ""In'tal, Now York before ami were Sunday gnarls of Mr. and homo of Mm Harvey Fltxpatrlck In Th. regular Woman't Club business
Fred. Jr. ....t.. )f.. and Mr*. tttendlnt the state College at Tallahao ,h. return le Florid 'Mr*. M. Sllvtrman honor of her daughter meeting will be held oa Tuesday at-
3 W. Kvho of Cutler oa Sunday, HIM Stella Hook left the A motet party of Florida City and 1. )(. Kung left this wk t* spend Muse Ruby Bailey earn home from' teraoon at the club hoiu
M,. and M.... C. C. Weaver Mr rala at New Bmyrna to visit. friend, Longvlew women wa arranged t. a vacation of several. Week attending Canal Point on Monday. p. C, Davit rttorntd Thursday from
and Mr.. W. )f. McConnell and eon and HIM Vivian Fre left at Miami attend the federation meeting .t the to his grove property to other J. R. Campbell I*, clearing three Folluton Ga. where h* wa calledto
BJ1I., Mr and Mr. B. L. Brown and ..nd went over to the picnic the South Hialeah Community Church hit Alt'urday Mctfon *t the Mat. I and half acre outh flf town and hi* brother bedside torn three
daughter Jan*, Mr. and Mr*. FnnkChilli Methodists art hajvlnc Thee In the party were: Jtre. On Thursday ot Jut week a party will plant a late variety of avocado weeks ago.! HI brother h improvedbut
MlM Blanche McLean Miss Mr. and Jd.... Bob Campbell and Vary Old ltdorr and )I.... Clara Tucker confuting of A. F. Farrell, Mr. aadlln. I' Mr. and Mr*. O. J. 'Prtnovont went till very 111.
Lucille Brown Miss Ljlliaa. Brown, Children Marl and Bobby and Moil of Long-view, and Mrs. Harry Deg- Tom Keen and ton Walter, olKomeatead
Fletcher Bryant ad John Rich enjoy l Thorn and child. Evelyn motored ler and M... .., F.Cbapmaa.AA and Mr.' and Mr*. 010.I .
.d Bunday at Cutler Beach. to Arch Creek oa Thursday all-day )Miami Beach picnic Oakes of Redlaad motored to Pompano -
Mr, and Jd.... C. C. W.......... Mr* Mr. and Mr*. A, T Jackson wen party was made up Wednesday by I to spend the day with Ur. and
W. M. MoConnell Mr. Frank Child la Miami TuMday a shopping tour the following! .Bam Silvrmaa, )I.... ...,. Dill Bennett, formerly of Home For Screens Doors Window Frames
MlM Wylja Saundert, Mrs B. TU O. E. Allen will leave the latter E. / Rhode, If... M. Sllverman, Mr*. I etead The party visited the Beach ,
Brown *o clil. and Jan wen In Miami oa Tuesday Mamas, Colorado. Montana and Wyomlnf. he: MlM Irene Roh,., and Lillian I good string of tub wa awarded the Counter, Shelving and all kinds of Cabinet Work!:
on .hopping ttur Rhode. Swimming and a delicious taglen after whim they enjoyed a
Mr. and Mr*. C. O. Martin left M. P. Wollam mad a biulneM trip plcnlo dinner were enjoyedMM I fish fry.
Thursday toe Oeorgla. Mr. Martin to Miami on To eday.Mr Nell' Miller, with her parent )I.... Albert .Albrecht' Rdland See O. We LeROY at Home's Lumber Yard
bas a portion In a packing han** and *. R A. Cameron, MUM Grace and brother Charles, spent Wedne. i underwent an operation at tb. /ack- ,
will .bt J'OI.bou'' its week and HUM Dorothy Cameron went to day afternoon at the Lochrle home In ion Memorial' Ho>pital la Miami Mr*.
Merman and Ted Thoma left last Miami oa Monday Florida City. Mb Millar was flat I Albrecht boa the beet wishes of her s
work for Wauchula oa a vMt tt their Mr. and Mr*. W. R. Crow and entl- Lochrl tint assistant la the Larkln many friends for her speedy recovery.
grandmother.Mr Ana Margaret and Bobby, motored school for the pat two year Mb Mn. Herman Schumacher and MnIt. 1/1/IIIIIUIIIIIIU11i1HI11111t11111111111/1111111111111t111 11111111111111111111111tI11111111111111tQHomestead
M. )fat hili of Iofa4 1On. Fla, tll Miami on TuMdayMr )f1ll.1'' parent and her brother motored I D. Titter and Mr. and Mr*. George
visited h k.r brother T. A. Campbell and Mr*. T: A. Davis. and dough.ter to Miami from CrystaL River, ?ake* motored to Miami Tuesday.PRINCETON i Plumbing Co. I
on Saturday.A : Virginia' of Miami wets the Fie, for a two week' visit la Miami. t v
J. Drew took one of the Sunday (tint of Mr. and Mrs W. R. Crown Miss Miller will return with them for :, Ii I
C. MANLEY Licensed Sanitary Plumber 4
tchool clam e< the Baptist" Church. Wednesday.Tb her comma vacation. _
on a. tithing trip oa Tuoday Booth Methodist Sunday school Mr. and Mr. Willard Sevtry Mr. .frio Knnkl and children have gone. 51 under the teal of the Board of Examiner of Plumber* -'
11.... H.nry Fridgen I* vUltlng her want on their annual plonlo Thnndty and Mr*. Alfred French and daughttr. to Miami for the summer month tf the State of Florida County Dado. i ti
liter, Mn '.R. B. Kdwwda: and her Mine' Myrna Mr. and Mi* Wynn II,.. J. H. Herlonf and daughter
i I have moved to Pine Street opposite the schools.
father, U R. Nixon, I FLORIDA CITY I W. E. Moon and MlM Mlakey, all of of Miami vblted Mr*. Herlonr par i
Mr and Mn W. L. Chambers wonvfolton Miami, are expected in Florida City ent, Mr. and Mr*. I. B. Clement Jut i- NOTICEl I have no nonnsetlo. with P. F. Hnalejr, painter
la Miami oa Saturday.Mr Mr and x.... Bunted of,,tongvlrwwere today for a two day* vlUt a* the Saturday. or any other firm. 5
1>. a Box ....
John Booth and ton Herbert. Miami visitors Tuuday.Mr gu.. of Mr. and Mr. J. A. Severy. Mr.. J. L. Murray visited In Miami 3 y
spent the week-end at Miami .IIIUn, 11:. I. Oeunaa .t WabaMO, oa Friday. srmm."ulnumnnununuonnnnrnmllunuuannnnnmonnnuunnnnnnunmreLeader
tier Uitr, Mrs. Bam Brundag. tar spooling a fw day at her ff.t- I REDLANDW. I L.Vma.. and F L. Webster
Want Ads Are Effective
Miss. Cath.rln Harrison HIM Eula tap on Palm Avenue, returned t. were business caller at the horn ot Always
Bay and Mr*. N..* Cooptr were la her horn Wtdaeiday.Everett H. Cant and his mother were "
Miami Friday on a. shopping tour Sevefy I II spending this week! Miami visitors oa Tuecday.Mr .
Mr and Mn. .. A King and Mr. I. Miami with. at* !brother Willard *. Herman Schumacher spent
and Mm O. L Oault were In Miami' and Mr*. e...". .Tuesday la Maml visiting' her daughter -
Thursday and enjoyed tht ball game. Mr. and Mr*. O E. Cooley and Mr *. Mr*. Boa Low and Miss Carrie
Myrtle, Baal Arvada, Harry and and Mn. Reed of Miami were *!Mon Schumacher, Give Your Wife a VacationSummer 1
Raymond W.brttr left Saturday by at the Lochrl' horn Sunday Miss Carrie Schumacher left the
ear for Buckingham 111. vtnlng. hMpltal In Miami on Tuesday and
Mr* H. L. Cook 'will give a party A. H. Lallan of Jackionvtll ham went to her (UUr't home, where she
Friday afternoon.Mr the week-snd guest of )fl'. and Mr*. will remain until she baa completely is here and your family
.. J. H. Wtbtr Mr. MaryTurnag M. Sllverman. recovered front her opentloa, for appcadlcltl > '. 1}
will home-cooked ;
enjoy our meals ,
*. Junior and Ellaabeth Skill were The Rev Mr. Erlcktoa ot Atlapat *.
In Miami Tuesday vblting Mr*. Frank tab preachd laat Sunday evening at Mary Jn Low of Miami spent ,
Skll, who it In a hospital there. the Community Church and will eon several day Ut week with her. grandpannttv Try our special, Sunday chicken dinner ..i
u Mr. and Mr*. Darling won In Miami Inut to hold Sunday evening tervloM Mr, and Mr*. Herman Bch.- '
Tnetday. h.r.lnUi the return of Rev. O. M. macher.
riles' Gila Canwroa left Wtd net- Freeman the regular putor who 1* Mr*. Orro Halnlla I I. entertaining a*
day for New Tork, Bho ka been on a titration la tht north. her guests all day today Mr. and Mr*.
Wtlng her pannt Mh and Mn, Mr. and Mr*. V. O. Rohnr ot VIml Neal Halnlln Mr Huclett and
'H. A. Cameron, tot several month: hero the Sunday guide of )e,. daughter, Marian, of Miami Mb HOMESTEAD CAFE
Allen 'Tlbbiu 'returned horn Taw- Roh....'* parents. Mr.. and Mr*. J. F
day from' Oalnoevilla where h* hat Rohnr.
been attending 11,1.......,. )(1.. Margaret Robertson who ka FOR RENT a
Muss" Julia'MutMlwhlt' and Mia. been vurlllng her pannt Here, re_ WOMAN'S CLUB BUILDING OPEN THE YEAR ROUND 1L SCHLEGEL, Prop. ;;
Edna: Smith returned mint the col turned tll Miami' Sunday, For aftarnooa and evening
leg at Tallahtwet on '1I1I4a,. Llttl Annabel Cooley of AllapatUhI parties bnaaan, lunabeona, eta
Mr. and )I.... B. hl, CbaJker. had Chung her grand parent, Mr aadIn. URS. W. R. CROW .....d.IIL 'iJ
a tanrt at heir home oa Thunday William LochrU.Mr .

Mr*. O. B. Rich and ohlldrta, .John. *. R- J. Shepherd started for her -- ,
Ruth and Beads left Thursday tor I North! Haven horn Monday. she will
WUuofhtt R. I. 4 4Ir. embark from Key West' and ro' by boat
) and H.... W. B.' MoCmdy andhlldna i t. New Tork .
returned to Orlando oa Tut. Mr. and Mr. Frank stool and three
day the MaCur ,. wer*' vMUngMr I wnf.of Jacksonville! art guest at tile
*. C. t>. Box I Florida City Hotel. Mr. Steel It chief .
Mr. and Mr*. W'. D. Edwards andchlldnn engineer of tilt Dad County Poe Coavnany. FREE 5-lb. box FREEFRANKLIN

Mildred and Bill will leave I .
Saturday 'for Rochelle, Oa J. 1L Dlroa tf the Florida City Hoel -
Roy Uyrick of Miami' vbltd. la I who II tanning a packing! house
Homtettad oa Monday, I a Fnlrfleld wrltM that he I*
Mrs. Frank Belt and son Bill, will packing, tucumbera now and that"u"'l
leave the Utter part of this week for! tomatoes will torn in _a. SUGARc


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May 29,1924 ,. THE HOMESTEAD> : LEADER Paft Throe
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Thorns* B. Bvrattot TkM MB .... n......"1 want a MW PaeaXp Ate CM*, ......* Oed
OPERATIONS TO DIlrW BNReraabdl' beck for Men aaaedl ...." .
be ea a OrM anUMy for the surety otrrM
[ U..N'ro! : HOUSE\VIVES] t.weave Vuertkl OmSn.dtmksl .. Mow about ........?" and garden truck was t"ltII

BEGIN SHORTLY lpedahaN. Tdasms.M Dlehe't "1 dnaao:' got aaytbtnc on beesruenhrLdOlivtibe the. region of Pane Til where WUIbMa
for I Arts allele and t seeoMchoice OowrterJooraal M. naehrlitg. IT year old was

I Mown tote the water by th* high
THE tttjn:VIOIKMT MCK ot which honor forms .. laa-
ON LARGO ROAD """ pea J, B. T HewoenJata wind and drowned while Itohanai flea
Honey .Is one of the oMoat kaewahwavw ..,coat pert. .
a Cea or. Jr Cia rlbaeoHectlng +-- ai> % elk a rose. la RicMaad nreek.,-Cnleajo
(.eds\ sad waa caaoMered. ass ... Honor Cake John C. OH....... Mr' the Poet staaaMilwHia 11Nhelaa.
of the Bkalaoat by toe aaolnau Bbs Is no **, a** I oils ., brow ftWI wt11'yam. matrtwatorsMNer"WIUi .
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Monroe Co. Bonds Validated -Fnaaaiad Laid la aw Old Teetejaee am**. I ...*) of ....... *... ofen < John kf trwreHFor ....*. CaB...

; Documents Forwarded la deisHbX a* a .lana flawtac WMiMS .. I ottaoof ...... a (took of salt towW w. lllm with .. ambaNiaaa *..* Jtl Moo Lwcwave.'L.vkbu

to Buyers ssllh amd MMr. n.age. tmaa II 1 .*aaaaa tt soda ( >...,..i. ate Hnvr..e pose .....'.-4oao ilJ0sgb11deica | 51''Ins a of lev*, deaf fcaartOf
--- why taw && ear .... ....**> M t.a...*a M ...
Heal,0 VOW IN ... MgttllmWS, ad sac _, l- .nnIfII. .vii aad< fc olkvot'7' *,
Key w.... Mar IT.-Abeer th< we** should bo | ya, i ground clow,ti teaapooa If aoveiadMmer I ... / Sing ana a>Bond of ntant alMi
r train that left bet hut night was till the dM. b>day\ .." % toaspoeai at aCaplaa, 1Sep \ -. s'
4 WMlng tuneof '
.I' load me
Validated tssu of the |.**.... worM Hone,) oomoonearest W f *: tot-chopped ratolne. Hi, auaoe ol, .f81&it", )..tplr B. J;ant"rC.1olu Ypk4 ,SM ,RrC. aloe .s4.. see Up sod a trystlac. tre4Wn "

of bonds .. their. way to the buyer, atrat4 avgar *t',usltahf| "its'" i grapefruit ..... M ounce of ....... "W. kCartlo- .5.0004 C. T. 1Tarp*:' ,? $ mea sont that .. /*, dear heart.

Caldwell A Company! of Memphis two hea provided. JVpot onlias raag* peel ttt lets mail pitagsit Miao Ckorle* K. neaoer. I D KeeM.O ..... phew the cash with m*.

Tena from which firm It .. eapecte a more delightful fro.M, bat tt I* .aA .t aaaaaj eoanely okoopedl, 'W"", W. Trammel. I M. l el Ivan --Lord loft.rarv' .
,f that UM amount for Which tha bondi >rtalnlr ai*.. of I #gg*. For Ma* Bapreleitmdewt ot I'uIoUn I mater

war*'bold together with the mnrwi atigar.Fhyaleuui. Mia the sugar honey ana yolks ...-...., {

), Interest will. bo received tha latter roaommead honey :lit of the .... and boat thoroughly. Vote tot on* first Choice. Rev. C, N. Walker will peak on j h!
>part> *, this .....IE. delloata people, a* 4"''5J4iV a forni/ tH BUt together the flour salt spices and W. .. '

Dave E. Filer. U>. county clerk. wOMb It earn be at.tucjk .anstmfiaW! eoda. Ootnbm. Ml tmredlOBU but the it,tutor What Kia4 of Law Enforcement Dot Dade County Want?" M

and Wo aMl. Dt. had been buy alnoi without much lax on.*he dlgewrtWarMem. white* oa f *g.*. Beat th* egg white For Railroad Coanalariooier, for M'
Friday la validating till bond, anon < Espoolally should It be used until atue!'and add last. Pour the mplr4 Term Homestead Baptist Church, 8 Sunday J
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Mr Filer and Otto Kirch.helnar to th* dfpth of about half an :
Saturday freely la tho dM ot children, beoaueeof dough Vate. Xor one tint choice.Allen I '- j
chairman of th*' Board of the abandonee ot mineral Mbsta*. inch Into weU-buuered tine and bate D. Carter. I jt

.,." County Commissioner. affixed thlialgaature ceo maa-nesla, Urns, phosphorus aad la a alow ovea.fYoMlnc H. H. Matthew*, i
to them. Teeterday aftorneea <. troa-nabetssoe. absolutely essential for Nut-H< cy Cake Poe A4J.-. Oemorel t

.', la keeping with tho "ulnd to the proper growth of the child, aid Use II" oupa of ingir whites! of 1ogga Vole for site tint cholo

r ferauUlty, the last paper and'two of which--aalee* car I* taken to diet- ,.4 eupo ot water Boll the *J. Clifford a Footer. To the Voters

the "bend, w ro sent by County At I. apt to be deficient. sugar with the water until tho ayrupforma George J. Garcia. :

r torn y William H. Melons to Jobs Pig cracker and ooateetloaory man.nfacturera a thread when dropped from For Slate Snulor ISlh nVaatortal
k C. Thompson. th. New York bond t* buy honey by the carloadto the spooa. While till hot, pour the Dbitrlt'tVote

port, who boa approved every pro ... In tho piers of auger in allll syrup over the well-beaten *gg for one first choice. Several "eleventh hour" campaign

t' seeding Bceoseary to floe) validatloi and owoe oraoken a* they! can be white, beating the mixture till It la Ben C. Wlllard.Joha .

of lies "bond. kept moist and fresh for a long tlm.. of the right consMsncy to spread.Bolk4 W. Wauoa. (falsehoods) are being circulated .against

Week StarU Soon In selecting honey too much Importance Howry OnstanlUs Sheriff
N With the money from lbs eels of i should aot be aiven to light- I cup ot milk, yolks' .f I site., Vote for one' first cbolo and one W. M. Bennett, and probably more of
tho bends available by the and ot this nose of Color, for some of the beatvarletlee t-l cup of Itaaey, t-l teaapooa of

1 week and tbs opening of tho bid 01 I are darlalo...... thoagh saltfix Moond Louis choice A. Alien. I them, just as false will be started on the

Thursday of neat week the work of generally strong.flavored. Nor should the honey, egg and. salt Scald W. If Bennett.

,f. constructing the bridge and roods the crystallisation of honey be considered the milk and pour It over the .... Henry Chaae.ttarmond rounds before election day.

from Stock,Inland to saddle Bunch a mark of adulteration, aaI Cook In a double boiler' until the mixture N. XMIloa.For .

and th. causeway and brldga from often the case, for some of the thicken This oustard Is Jwlge ot the Crlmteal Court ot We would respectfully call to the
"r Key Largo to the mainland will, be purest "...Iet..... granulate so easily able for us In pines of cream or Itrrord

r, under way ahortly Aa th. contract that It is marketed In solid few.... gelatine desserts, or to be poured Vote for one first choice and one attention of the public that such storiesare
call for the beginning of work within Below are ugted practical red- over sliced orangm or stewed fruit. second choice.J .,

l fifteen day after they are awarded. L. BllUagaley.R practically always untrue, and are
tho outlook la that tho improvement

1 i will bo started tho latter part of next VOTERS HAVE MANY CANDIDATESTO Tom. B.Morfleet.Ifoseley, held back until the candidate has no

w month.Tho Improvement at thla sad of tin CHOOSE FROM ON ELECTION DAY For tlerk ol UM Wbord Cri"aua: Court time to establish the truth.

"t county wet conaldertd, during the Tote for one first. choice and .I
t ; campaign that was conducted for tin ,' '
list of candidates to be second choice. We [feel the will i
bond election, by many resident Of: Following: is .the .complete Neal Cabot. .> i sure public placethe ,
4 little consequence. ;Even many advocate voted on at the Democratic primary election, next Tues- I
' L. F. Dry.dalnJames value stories circulated
, ,I of the project declared thai day, June 3. B. flood ,: proper upon "

; 4".' the big thing wes the Key r..r,.) For PresMreit of thai tTalted t1taW Perry O Wa. J B. Hawkins i in such an unfair and unworthy manner.
', bridge, and that the extension of the I '
Tot for one first ohoio For' Member Home of rVyrtstenatlvca A. O. Moor
, county road from Block mined to saddle William 6. MoAdoo. ToU for one first Choice and one D. O Nlvla.
Bunch would to be of little .
prove Oscar Underwood.. second 'eholeo.Nonie Charles H. .t..blll&ll.
r' benefit to tho county. Development For PmsUesuiat Electors 4 'ItcElya.U Club.Paid
k Group Fur Member Board of Public Insurao* Bennett for Sheriff
however. have proved that that Vote for one Drat choice: T. Norwood. them Third DMHrt .
" view wit* erroneous, and that the Sad-
J I..* Anderson. Gordon B. Tlumell
s Vole for sae first cholo:
die Bunches road wail undoubtedly re- P. W Corr. For County ASSMSOT of Tatr
i wIt la real eatate Improvement In Group No I Vets for one first choice g.Haiti E. Livingston.H. Carpenter ( Political Advertisement) -I

this end of the county. Already real D W. Berry. i Virgil A. Eet r.I _
r' estate on several of the lower keys
I R U HilLr
J. P. !>orman. ,
hall been eold, a* direct outcome of For County Tai Collector -
" 7 the prop.ntollllol1 of the countyroad For. Drlotate to NattauU DwraocralluOonventtoa .:..... Vote-for. one first"choloa'
t. Saddle Bunches and 1'\ fa elate. a* large. r E. T>. V. Burr
Vote for 4 first choice and 4 second
f' known positively that several welltodo Bob Simpson
choice Trees From Tested Trees
men are coMld..rln.'tIn.. Investments '
T J. Appfeyard. For Solicitor Criminal Court of EroordVote
oa Boca Chic and nearb)
William Jennings Bryan. for' one first choice.
key. I Free W. Ptn*.
Boy Campbel4Jerry
To Cause Boom W. Carte Robert R. Taylor. Jr PLANT MORE\ CITRUS TREES
It *em* safe to predict that the be-
Gertrude D. CorbetO For Snnnrmtradmt ut of PublIc Inetraotroa -
ginning of work on the project will "

+ .I .Intensify the activity In th* real estate o. B. fram.r.I. I 'l'ba fruit I I. both cod and medicine. Then bee never been 'v R 're '
J. Dickinson. choice and r
Tote for one first one
,; market at thla end of tho county,, half enough planted to supply borne market t
Cromwell Gibbons. second choice
> j ,
while lbs completion of lbs brldgei r
Albert W. OUe.....*. D. D. Pevla. Both Valencia' crease and grapefruit win chip with all ; 1
and road may eauM a real eataU
J. r. C. drift. Cheat M Flaher satisfaction to Europe and South America where vast markets a
' boom Ai matter ot fact not a
a ,
. only
F W M Igou.M < For ,JuuVr of Juvenile Court ...... Flerlita holds geographical advantage to all beet market ,
come prominent Key Wester, but alec ;o +
B. 110..,.. Vote for one first choice aad one oa the glob and Florida fruit M acknowledged to be beet ; '
several visitor who have been hen
t recently, feel confident that a boom Pat Murphy second choice. la past year our marketing method have beea th* wont t

x"r will surly come to paeaj--Key Weal F. V. Paradise. I Edith M. Atkinson. knows to man. or beast and were responsible for our low returns.
p., Citieen. Ollokrlat B. Stockton Norman N. Blakely However the darkest hour baa passed and

Baptist Assembly To e

Meet in DeLand Soon |i FLORIDA MATTRESS COMPANY | s+

The thirteenth annual eeeeion of the
I Well knows to all la Homestead la ::
De Lead Aeeembly will be held la the

+ ., building ot Stetson University, aim | FOR SALE I Ig .,
,day. July 111, the fire meal served t,
I'' G. Tueaday evening July I. and the = Only $140.00 required to handle This will pat In the buyer land.msoklnry == I ,

but meal served Friday mornlnr, July = equipment, rack, merchandise aad a going' bull.... which jjla fir:

$ It. There la no program of any = good for MOO,00 a month. Com and see s:
1 ;
kind the evening of Tuesday, the lib 'i
However th.. to the evening .wrybody | A. Cromer, 202 Lorraine Arcade BIdff, Miami, Fla. |

come because the tint eenrtoe .dV 'nilllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllillllllllllll' lllllllilll111il111111 tlllIltiltlllll_ ?' ,al
,! o'clock Wednesday mornlnr the S.' trd Y

'th. A* at rata Oorda and petunleJi nllIlIIlIIlIIlIlIlllIlIllIlIIlIIIlllIlIlIIlllUllllllllllll{ { { llillll111111iliilllll UIIIIIIIIIIIII

d Spring every phase of the dnnomln- A
su atlonal work la- fostered: Sunday Now Is the Time to Plant

+ school. B. T P. V. W; U. V, leelitre -

!,SSr to minister. music, and added. I Be Practical i x ?, l1 Wo have lust signed a contract with Mr. VM. .
to this la the social and recreational 1 ,fiQr 1 i Brown 'wner' of Hotel' pershlng. for IIII
feat area. __ ___ ______ 1C. + t bedded, ( future delivery beside smaller I
Anyone who desire room acid board = order for-d planting als sold aad delivered

31 la the college dormitories 1* asked &0.tDd The young man In love often goes Into raptures j| to Mr. Alex Drake .f 1.aII. Worth Florid
1.11 budded tree which ho ear b) the wonder *t
enrollment fee, one dollar to I
about the blue of the in her and
Dr. C h(. BrlttUn, Peninsula, BuildIng 53 sea eyes" s that eonaty, Ho loot only ese tree la pleating.W y
the haze of autumn in her hair but
golden =
Jacksonville. Programs cam b, = have a mammoth stock of the most excel.
_and by writing to the It... W W g remember this, young man-SHE'LL EAT just = lent tree e* band aew ready for planting, Ma

W William Peninsula Building, Jacksonville. the same as any other healthy girl g better tree ea be grow anywhere or at aay .
Room and board la the eel- price. Whn tbs price U low tbs quality U Ugh
lee dormitories I 1. eleven dollar for i affairs. I and .ftr, .tree \. guaranteed W be vigorous, fro .
Therefore down to Save
the nine day Th* coat of the earn- get f from inset post sad dlsaaea end esaotly a* we
pus will be four dollar and fifty your money, deposit it in a good reliable bank = represent It. TREE GROWN AND PACKED: '

ante extra. Homestead Baptist hope I like ours and get ready to ,own a home for 3: UNDER EXPEKIXNCB I'TRIONAI.lupLRVIEON.: PROM EFD TIURTTTBARtr SCI EO !

to hove a largo delegation this year, you" and the girl and to provide the three square r| TIC TO IiARKBtlNth'SHBrpl IIJUD PRU4,

meals a day that you will both need as l long asyou = 1JCCT. '. t.f 1
Why tho Editor >}T\l-The bolt of "
, cam dewm betweoa Mn. 1- live. You know, when poverty comes in at S
Conway and bar Hot**, aad ripped aft the door, love sometimes flies out at the window. f| We Glee Bat of AdDb Free

a food deal .C plesterr-Freea anaccent

'; of a otorm m the Had....,

Now Terk;8,a Kveatar Wonderful Star.Uf. I CITIZENS BANK 1ca ROBERTS NURSERIES '

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It'. t* be an editor '
'To! aU up lat. at Blckt B Homestead Florida i ,
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BOMaI'It&D. PI OA That Dade County voter have at least avwraf Inteiliftoee he..arb.1. ywssg

Pukllikil-every Thar*tar M cM ahovld be taken for granted by ail other fntamMat w.m.n tkreobw Ute J
... .... : -v.eerlb.. ...-.
oath ... Ompay.a .tnonaML This being he owe, they should eonaid
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B. ARCHER .*.... Ft an insult to be told how they should vote in the Demo. eoMIwbc harttdb5 141, of ,. ,

RUBY LJUtCM. Amoeml KdKor.MAJUOMI cratfc primary election that will take place within the next: I. .... 'erG' .... /be .. I I
LaUCB AJtCHBB. BJ.- few days. Citizen of Dade County are aware of the conditions .. ..... *ueMeg aMfe i
MM Manager.Kaured that exist; they have heard the oral declarations oJ f ls truesw ... .......

a*ioeoadtaeB matter Jove the various candidates and have read their frequent printed ........... Dose hick I
If IMI at tb* peet aCfIa at Ham.. and know where lou, a* atrinnltf doN .
statements platform They
.toad. Florid. under the Act .1 changes I ..., ..... -ftelaba th I.
March i. 1171.I3.b.tmtpU.a. are needed, and if they believe that the men who have offered ., aIIMegb tM .aot4 w. "
to sacrifice the comforts of private life to remedy,
rat* fLM year to used ** a* ladkatto
existing conditions are sincere in and capable'of carrying: Mr *f fact Them tkr :

out their pre-election promises, the voters undoubtedly; dlplraia-.jr **l- arc
TOT UUDEB-B CREED k.!4 *"f the vrcaUat
will make these changes
W* ..I.... ta Homestead ... .
world that of Ih .b.*
Dad county.W In some cases, as one citizen put it, if all the candidates o..........., aa .. .
.. ..* ta to roosts (Mar*, were put Into a bag and shaken up together, it would be titer WU ... murk tor i
sad Its potontlallbM.W difficult to predict which would out first. 11 !
one .
jump Mnh ted***
duetry* ,I*IU..*avocado l. ta Mini Industry fruit: .IU. there happened to be a bottle of whiskey in the bag, A4 .to Ute ...tloaal :

rich glad lead. It* fMMM onetaratrte they might all stay there until the last drop had been law* .........*., *. will b '

tomato lead It* *west.amMUag drained. In one sentence these candidates come out for .I tklr seem, to -.
Bin* fond and Its aaaafl.aaltoM law enforcement and in the next they hasten to add that Mteait Bthta ta ....
hart themselves
a* regular ........ a.
they are safe ana sane or that they have no fanatical ten practical to U* ..

I.t.w. ton**. ta *ar f"C'.*.... dencies. We do not want any office holders who will have ba atMlar a* will tk .
mea oar trads ai" sad Mr kVa such a safe and sane administration that only the open saloons bttr ...*...*. to .toara
m.., and w* .*,....* ta thtdeatr in Miami will be dosed and the bootleggers and *u ly' sad BMfalljr. U
for tow nferoement sad **r.I Kp-rtoae lists wklch
*. moonshiners in the "back country" and on the sea coast ..
Improvement t.' *atr.t
W* ..I....* ISr people Will appreciate will be allowed to ply their trade as of yore. The officeholder tw of what Jiot .
n* Lead.... ettllit.. should be fanatical" enough to see that the laws It I* ta ard.r to *uou .. .
glvt them sows' ....a.-w are rigidly enforced If he is put into office to enforce ataa who baa had wM. !t
and editorials that will bring ( .
the law, he has no other choice but to do so. The state lbs biuliiMi _\d. a --
O* greatest measure of" truth, Ju -
tie ... keipfutoem, legislature makes the laws that govern the state and coun- .ka.* ba ... *ootlaa.*
W* believe that It to err duty ty and it and the courts alone have the power to nullify alas rfullr b Char admirably.. ht .
I* serve tk* ,oblto to tb* ht .,
.or ability, tW .. met toM, faith them.One cam Ip from Hi* rank
with tfc* puhm U HI time, nod way to judge a candidate is by the men who are bseoms bf hi. ova lall
that to d. .. *. must print AHtk working so tirelessly in his behalf Either the men are teDlffito*, *a. of th*
MW without fear or favor .. sincere in their belief that their candidate is the one man .taadrn.IB
prejudice *r *eler, Moos kMt a necallr ..
that will bring the county or state the greatest measure of .
.... '
pebtletty best promote emmaaitywelfare. Vebwab i* .iMtd a* +
good government, or they have a private and perhaps Insidious thlnr that ....."" *. of
axe to grind. If you know the character of these watt taM to hoart H* .

"DON'T GIVE rt THE IIHIPI" workers you can come near guessing what their motiveis ....e4 .*to came tile .. f

(Bcotltoh BK. FdUnrtol. ) and consequently what to expect of the candidate they things that bad. to a '
Friend of" education, disappointed k* would _,. "flrot of
are supporting.In .
: :
and disturbed been of .Dlm Mttab1l .-
*** tailor 14gal '
some instances, however, especially where South ..
Immodlai eosaldoraUoa by c.. thla b. Bald MB
.... fr lbs Ed Woos. BID. mating Dade County is concerned, men of outstanding ability and anything of gnat vales
a Department of" Educatloa with a0eonWT integrity are to be found. Charles. Fisher: who is run- bar. the eoHfldCuc and

U th* pr*.( ...". cabinet, ning for re-election as county school superintendent, is hli tallow: man or b* :

_WIt not re dlsoenrnged b sea us* of known first as a gentleman and a man of honor then as hto mdcrlakte-- silk I
Jade ., Immediate action. No' great adverse ptoplWord*of _. |
the man who went into office under the most financial
"(.'.. va* ever ..aenpll h4 p.rnwntatlr without a .an..1 l
.nd ,ptu (.0y, !. a burr and educational conditions and made good. Mr Hut' to UUrrltr, tbla.
Great k.dl... m**. rtowlf.Tkr Fisher has had the education and training to fit him for .f Moe.. and oaptata of
.k ce ........ but that tk. the office of school superintendent, and he has kept abreastof 10,...,. Mr Bcbwab ...
Education Bill wilt *tnt allr b* modern educational methods. He is young enough it Important thing .la .
,anal. If IU mniloM .< frtomb *UckU regard every new idea as a possible means for betteringthe I* tk. ,*,pl* with "
It sad 4. sot "bMoa 4lh* rtM4b0UM Mdat at the otart ...
school system under hiS supervision, yet he is old
MMMM I* Bt ImmtdUl ployer fret that you ar
Celli..... livmrUMr r*>*.n4* t* tkVIII enough to be conservatve in advocating the expenditure of: Urn; that r.. ar* '
.f lbs m&J<>rttr, (Inn tin the taxpayers' scanty. school funds for things that are un.tried. hIs Inurniot that yes
...nek to rooks It plats that'It I. U. ftaad for th. thing h .
will .t lbS -Jor Ant all CMgrtrn In this connection, S. E. Livingston candidate for reelection sad that will reap you
I* the mrvMfc aol the ma (*r. .r wardi Laralty above
to the school board from the third school district, tI
lbs fr*. ,Mpl. at Ibis Milan. Wkaw CmtlaoJBf to pcak;
can be relied on as the man who with Mr. Fisher will see
abaadaac .r :0'
tmlly waat v* will aimir 41r gel. practkal
la Ik* of.Tk that South Dade gets what is coming to it. He-is the only 11'... tehwab rava thl 'h'J

prOROM4 tofUado ta, la fool candidate from this section, so it is safe to predict that ..1111.\101... n> **
war rvnUoarr.) Mow< It (Iv** ivrnmtntal the southern end of the county will vote solidly for him. A ......, I* carrr a
roonltt .. the hidanwaul .. Its opponent is a woman who lives within a block and a rut beaass a, rtiut ....
ckaraeur *f edeeaUo.t u... H* mast aeS
half of the Miami River, the northern boundary of the
which r.segmUIos I* MWW > 'YtUt 11014. a dream of
bars a (ra| <. *k 4to district. tkln. TU eon .
airtcoHur a guest ..putm*. The present network of splendid roads which covers faculty only to .,
devoted .> law, to .-.w. the southern end of the county, from Goulds to Cape Sable, th* goer iMage of *
I bv a mall bursas d.vt.4 to *4ucatlo would be sufficient recommendation for J. D. Read's candidacy B* !Meade with
*. Yet witk..t proper *4 oU the farmer may e."pet', tl.b.rsr "* there to *omebdwho
,*..1.*. avail reward .*.. from commissioners' district number five for most by r*.. Ld 4' ore
oamrr* laofukha*, Wltkout 4-. of these roads have been constructed or reconstructed make yes kindly tad
calIcO there I* Mlthvr pairiottent tafngrttt. during his tenure of office. The Redland District will ..*,.,..* about roa

TbaljLM* | **'nunBt thai, keep Jim Redd in office because the voters of this see- b* Mrprbtd at what B !
fgM.e sad further "_U.... a4 jon know that he is absolutely on the Job all the timethathe yon will ......
nab of ft nfflotetly whet H already. bactttally The* tblnr **c.r*
knows the whys and wherefores of all the big road ques-
th. Bi Impcrtaat 4.** .,- ty. That Bteurvd them
tions that will confront the board of county commissioners 1 :
Swab .( Ih* bda4 seal *f the .. M4 *f food :
lion W teoluulr ..........., during the next two yers. He has the strength and prestige ...* .f U* Vtn ........ '
"D*"n .lT* ep. Ik.*. ahlplIm.i on the boan .that assures us of always getting a adurlof >ace* a,
..rial word tpoka wb. all was square deal from that body. Would that: Ivory '&.
.d4 fr lbs 9akr. Ioet.. col To elect some other man in Commissioner Redd's every r*.>< peas sod "
give up tk. ship *f *4MU... tk* roeelrlBC s diploma ,...
kop *f kMWMf. tilt tables to place now would in all probability mean the loss of monthsin .r her acholavtio .........
mobs Obit jT**! cities .ov.nan|. the construction of the road to Key Largo. lie has rould b* mad to ........
ally rMnalkl lr th* a4 sad *,..*. worked out the data for this road with Engineer Crabtree steed sad appreciate tk* I

.f kitwt4 awes H* .....1.. the and has the information at his finger-tips. In Key Westa very practical advice" .
MacaUo Bill Will pawl sw w Cuban candidate for the board of county commissioners wordi spokes by Mr. leba"
later It MM b* law. It* frta4* can tvotod.. M tk*,. will tak :
from a district which was sure to elect him on account: of .
attend to b* >*, to hM U4r *a- tdolouety practice tk.
tit.... a4 t. keep .p eec,- the predominance of Cubans there, patriotically withdrew this. aUaat graduaM ta
ago .. tk* flfbl waged Mabu, H udtrm his candidacy when he realized that the defeat of his op. erperi.uo. ka. called ..

........... bf th*** ImplacaM* ignent, Otto Kircheimer, might mean the delay of the KeyLargo I....* more readily WIll ". .
_...... The ".* a* tar 4Uft4 Its road construction.: Kircheimer is the man of the i worthy goal they hT* *

...gaff.. hour on the Monroe County board that Redd is on the elna.without goal Integrity that cannot Mad ,

Dade County board-where the road to Key Largo is
A ckkkM .. Jost rlMd from pnoent, aad,to them
'r JaIl la Fiu>1,aaia. ha ben et. concerned.Had other thing that Mrs .
**rt4 M4 I. r*.. .. b* a rachrItaBMfarlh a man not as strong as Redd been representing makiar *f ....*.f... "
,, h* ray 1M cklck.a I* kUkairf this district when the road to the keys ""'",as planned, it is yes aad wotaea;-yiorM'

n ... ..-- s to Jail for IU--&.. ,
ed from a point that would have left Homestead, Florida

? .-.--rbiMml-UM-Job- City,and other places in the Redland District out in the Dr.MOVE Chart IK W.THE KlUet. .

cold It Is only recently that a certain faction
Haa .r** an but U lit fall down entirely. ...,... ., Harvard
I{ .. Ute Jb tale peaky gM *r*-.4 lbs aided by one of the big Miami dailies, has stopped! trying ,
a e. **nr doe the dl.pudng' so ho' eve to have the route changed,Oven at this late date. Who can recently celebrated a 1IIr

acs.soLE1.. say that they will not renew the fight and try some Mreary Bad M to odd ,
a bit .f ..,. fasxu ...
5t new scheme as the actual construction work is about to ., ....... knew* tb* _.

begin> ? tile Harvard Chuaka.. It
:Mr. Redd'a two opponents-Mr. Free recently drop teat .....,*. to tad :

ped out of the race,-0. H. Sullivan and C. T. Harper, arc has decided<< '.. add ._ "

.,. AMA+G THt $H1P$ THAT both well known and liked, but where anything vital to bto ..-... It U'* bank. .
Miami Herald .
ARC SE NO t01NTATIQi the welfare of this end of the county-especially when opposed meat Indicate MyiiTh Dr. .
r interests In the northern part of the county is
dll.CON7111'i' U IS by last hay .f hto sound .
' concerned, w? put aw'y our likes and dislikes and vote for dvanetoa' pear a* *
, It'!'': the man our judgments and consciences teU us can best tart that happlnem torn* .
welfare. from th* pee.... .,
! ( protect> our ;
.. The best we can do fc to vote as we sincerely believe but that H arise .'
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a -- Llr.4I
J. will bring the greatest good to the greatest number-and .
\ I / aM %ltogth ir ef ...... .
, hope that ,everybody,else is doing the same thing. Bemethtar et tb.t wklcK 1
"Let your conscience be. your guide.1* *" j ssied'Is tb*"'Flv..Ft eka :. /

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Thursday, May S>9> 1884 THE HOMESTEAD LEADER
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ARRANe tllx erg.nt.vtem, of ladha brae RURAL COMMON 3BN8RMa Katie MebtlilrweAwsar d.4

CLUB agrooa to take okaru ot boatk for -'"' c... SELLING '
the dayThe .lu* have a* yo< *.**. MM .... P." Cw.......y
PICNIC DETAIlS permanent b..... tnoMtitt to came hem bon 0e. I
........ that tk arekJl*** le at work --. 11111-.. t* laf .*ll.a eo- ftIeII6I i sad eeonpanaaon at Barte D. Tomato Land *** Trucking Land

so ..... tor the club>> --. fate**: eels Ills ....... ......... eec of Mr and ..... a TkUttbew .
Variooc CcN.1. Binitt e iUport Okaa Bibna and ,. K. HaaH were oils WATKKMBLOM wom! M* *. wM b* DM .. tsarS jUkat ,..... ".,f .....

. ( Toward ar.ototad .. ....k. 0 T. rk... VA.aad Over la MT BOSfc the "WBHaw. be kao hoes awarded the 9. B. O.aOway j
Progreea .... *. *. .k........ tkto aaoamiiaianalalton
Tiotor J. TMkam ta tile oo have decided we ar nee M a year EDWARDS Flri.U Gty Florid
, Final Plans ......... B. H. ,
des ol tko Wo Bieaikirakli dues have aa? at Iii f..taf 4* + ; oftoral 0IIIIIIIr .
.B ft. U. ....... ... ,
I The cent aMKlig will lie held at ;BvrtOB "ta toaaaaV aa kr Agent t Sftcial BtfreMnthrt Tntmal .
With a lame attoada*** o( the ,<
there ). tb* des Btkreaa else, a* .........*. Meet Of B* tame. amt M a* lbs Back year a **..**..*..> b awarded
va aa a .
lombarabij pnoMt
moot eomytoio rMpoao .* the. tart l'I4tar.: Kay "fc at t p. av cheat haw*....., sight sad flood to eeek trtbatecr to the toad :
thlaaa.W ttta going to the boy U seek eouatytkat LHtllililftullttlmIiIlu utniiuuinnuntKiitiiiciuMnintiuiuiuuuiiiiMATHEWS
of Ole comadttoo on arranrtntauwkoa
.. with BOB WllflaaM to roooaiKieadoi by the eountt
New Downer To ;
cabled OB for rtpcru at tk Tract .
the doteheeper-ee aply tM MM goat a* having marls. tb* beet (bowIng
ootta* hold br tko Rodlaad Ooaatrf Be Put on Salt; Main
trick that wH atop thai retains cad ta kto .....*. TRUCK LINE CO.
OalUfcor atom Friday
"{ Jab Mb' Feature Wide Avenuesurroyor
i I an ooafMeat w. are feta to make This oehotonklp wen the regularaunater .
.y.Kl*( (or the arM of furtbr
./, lug details of tko Fourth ., JaJ1 rJoTk MM cool money from mobs this agrtoaltaral abort aoom at I
halo haw ba holy roeontlyoatoMIag hoar. for I lessor ihla comely ha tbs tjalvontty W norUa.Em AH kinds of freight hauled from Miami to \
the surveying sad plattingf worked before .1 ,
t tenant Fourth at July Comnttt 0 the atraet .. the tract of Uty the Homestead. See us for prices on hauling grapefruit -
Moot of Oaf
V ** reported aU QedaI oommitUM This rot that does Try f1a4 -Aaffkytnrkat I
at'work t* mate tko day a sos wee *f toad bring faaoMdlaMly east. trenbl to caned etna-eM ret A* I "'' work did that pabiuklng BOB** and tomatoes to Miami 1
ot tko WUI Booth mere and eatsad.lag tfclac ; ,
spa understand the little spec* bar fur yeat"BpoeekVBi 'r
to the DIdo Blgbway. bcloagtng ..
Albert AJbrMkt. harass of the Of lbs rancvo that gasses the retting "Oood Job. Compiling a
to Victor Dowasr.wv.oea MATHEWS
(T* adt committee. reported that bj) set Into U* aaetoo through the pocket dMMaarr> of word enatttedfrom
< .-conualtt: ** had bogus work. U. feet wU will divide. stem And the sorrel !!*. U ... pocket dtoUoaartee.'V Lmerkaa = i
IX M Roberts cbalrnaa of tk* this tract worth sad South whale lbs flog them oat Aa*. Better ... w* Legion VTeekly I TELEPHONE 35-6
4oaration eolttMtUDIf ..11cooosut streets rmnnteg soot sad west will are rain. U slam the doer right IB = 9aRMUUftifpipIIWIRll11111tiRfultliIlhNipll1111Tp
palau sod flowers po. bt* bo sixty fl wide. the faeo .f them kporea A pretty young glut ta called a ltFZBfmppplellt I

for docoratlona. This property will bo offered .-- Tha scone agent was aroaoa1 c. eaC-' bat _DIe! yea can an alder ,

': D. ) Bow. of the leD cream and chasers la an aadeeeloped aondltloa.Ule Friday Bad got u t. call A B etlac girt ., aoertnta yearnpreeerred Leader Want Ads Are Always Efledive. d
A.. nods w.t.e aomnltto tm f oetlag his ... w. Morris, the local rep> and do IbU _...ratt.* work

w.ebl.IfDD4. working order that reatntathr of air Dowser H* ;.w that la gathering the meloaewe mltr-h .. ,. .- _____ _.,, _._u_._______. J
.U nay bo supplied with these OMB. shield eel the stems as long aspmlbis fl
lisle for tko day ."Get Together Keynote The wk... WI load them ::1i
W. K. Walton, ekairmaa of the At Meeting of Mayors, !III the care we are to mot tk. mains i
mr* Jobs eommltto mad no r*. In M-4 r to remove ear spores that '
port but .. know to b* p rt...'. u| Says S. E. Livingston nay Law catered tlraady .... .

lilt ylaiia Dot together for all of florid was etch: has are t* apply I a dUlit( eUt Watch For Him! :
X.D. Totter, reporting for the tlcuoommltt the avowed. purpose and tbs koyaot t. lbs newly cut sad Of the *-*. R
**. Mated that II raUone Dt'' of the meeting of the MMe.* marenrecently l Tbla dislateebeat Is a ...... M M rod palm and 100 yard of taaalli held ta JaekJonrUta at tb* ..... told f* )ut how to auk
would bo Mod U making aina.. W call of Mayor Atoon of that city: report this ..... Its MMI IU " B. Crow wa appointed to arrange fma Mayor: B. I:. Uiagt who wa water I* u enamel kttta. Add
ball game between the Homestead H posed ol bl.**t.ii. sad bring to a out
In if you're
; He'll call again
and Redland high ....eola. boll. Dissolve V-4 pound of Muck "
Tlk Sea the tint mewing at lbs '
Or J A. smith Ooo T. Oats and kind held la tko Mate any Mr u.In. *- ta I pint of cold water tad then '. the first time.

B, t taM wr appointed to arrange ......, but to expected to b* bat the add hU March solution to tM botI I lie wants $2.00 for 1

a of ball Homeatead game botwomt and the the farmer morekanti SI! forerunner meeting*f other with ad the mot aim largelyattoaded general and lag blue continue.tons lbs wlutloa.bolllnc BUr for two Slowly ortbrM I one year's subscription to / TJT? ( : ;

Rodland :Mo one om fifty ]*.... or purpose of bringing the varlou mInutes until the mixture thicken GEE I \JLiLjlHOMESTEAD w
ago will bo allowed to play dieM of the ttate late loor .oaereUading Into a tubs aairta Dont M U IK
become too thick should b* about
Tboo baring wild aalnala (oipocl sad relation with each
ally llom) that they will load tot other like petit Apply: with amall.' Utf- I rI
Victor J bristle bnub." H. o..phul' U.
tile day wilt Madly sea .
DI"t and LEADERDon't
Tatbaat.Gordon. Fourteen point of resetting the item .. ut
.r.o..i' of
with th .
K. Thompson ckalrnaa ol Present the rotting of the rnttoM
of four other aide, mad
lbs mayor br the spores tbat mar already be
the nario committee, wm bar tnbudj :
total f eighteen cities renrrocatod
one for the afternooa and tk a', la the (ttm*
Initial getherinf
other lot the vranln*. W. got bwr at once, lOt the material -
J O Straaur. scout master, win roUowtag the business session leach together arra t4wttk Bob

amaze context betwoen the boiocouta was erred tka visitor at the BeaUaftl. to d. the work In the car* and now Miss Him t

Hotel. la the afternoon a sightseeing
w* are ready: and win begin shipping
Cbaa. Bell,.... Jo Burton EdwaHetltlng. trip about the city oC lackaoavill ncloai la a tow dar,
Carter. VIctor J. Ta- 4i.
W. i wund up with a trip to Pablo Beach
F H. Uademaa and C. T.
thane ; when Mayor Atop was boot at a delightful ron J\ENT-hr..Ile4 4-room kouMoa
ar were named u eaibten i.
rueba banquet for tic gueata. Coatcr UK. Pee A. Do"II- I 1
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Avenues with double drives divided by parkways that will be planted in Royal. palms

: ., and other beautiful tropical trees and shrubbery. *, t.

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NORTH DIAMOND PARK will be noted for its fine homes. Homeseekers andjfin- '

vestors who are particular find their wishes anticipated in the building and sidewalk

restrictions of this subdivision. ,
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Bounded by City of Homestead on

$750 and $900 \ .I' .,I' the south and fruit groves of Redland
FLORIDA on the north. ,
payments. HOMESTEAD
$100 down-balance easy ,

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**f8ix THB i HOMESTEAD: LEADER Thursday, May 29, 19t4 :

r. ; $1Jtij"? ocial Events in South, Dacei j J .j ,


\VEDDI SO uvet jaeum.h tSHMOMkOrel wp DIBifil "..1IfOVl'fa.o.I u FLOMWATtY. lIMP 0Ji TIUIBtT.lire. .

A pretty weddlmr we olswlMd M....nm "....'. Club alW M Mfe_ I tt the WomanMsssteaary '.I M*. sad Mrs Mh it Meson aa: The Setter thins Clash. wtt was CliiiajaTHtBOH, Jr.. hiss. Wayne .
at tile D.**Me Ofcerch M t retook .Xlrtlfg laMtMMan dMed t* UdM ef U* lire ptirt the autrrtaa ef then eln.nt- I Ii MeeitlsM ta nMa> Qty Shell two Calkla and Mr (trneot harp werel.tnt
Svndy mornlni ....4111 MS Qteteh*.. hs$ opt mti.r a ....... ra tMreand Church met Wednesday atUe i .*., Ih pM Moa>Ia.. te.A, L Brace M "Jk* ale, tn-tt r s.lsTWren
hostess at .,
turner became the krt4. M Alt* ''tullll( *,. until next .opt*..> *h...|... The foUowlaf p.*.rmWM I Miami ...*. weddim 'which Wokrile elk It. Note *' M., Bryan.,*V wda., a meetisg the

prole. 4nm3 keatt.Ah." e.rmosg. ...... wNn bbs eetoit a t1AtE. IaeeD given, hymn When I Survey I place *.._ ftra*,. oa, has beak kept Song kr alI%M; lrl!i Md.Plan a'seleey. \ Redlud Ladles' Aid Society at the

Ht,y'.,)y'4ry.' u. ,.,piing "Ohlpdrl. "JBM' yM b* fmd| Wtlld..."* <3ros*"; Bible readingstorn. I a ........ Mr. and M.... Dysoa wW tone fcy';.eilir* Kennedy.contributed Turner horn Thunday atWrnoou. Ice i
.. X'r'i i1It't'JIi6'f.! th* strains! iirecpondlnr re: IiS+'ilk' Melt-i t'ei: rdd 'Oti .. ( Isaiah, :Tltue and OtlloaMan*y live 1i 5tfarvti I *,** .WSIIS ,.);tetre.4r. oreant and *ak. were served te the
er f.h. "Bridal Q ores'', played, by secretary at TueadagjjnMtlnf prayer, brMr Plckaedi *oo.. ""Hym -- .men{*,wer MpyyT WpOostem! guest 1
Mir LoretU Siorr*, th.* bridal part ( and Mini Dorethj' Oamr for the T...", 'Tuft Ameeteen. by ClILD HALL JUEKTIXJ TB.. |jrechfw i :OUvVKennedy! ,
appeared., Tb. ........ Jason,Avsry. pea m fcf,ted to nteke be* JIM. *. Ura Mrs iUieeman; "Olvlc influence .t AT STILIJUO,01OMK M'MM Aeberisen. Marital Robertson Thee present, '...lIoe......
Albert Bradley, Harold Robert and italic and her family will spend the Women of America," by Mrs MoOar. The St. Join's Guild nut with )is.. Sarah Cider: Mary Chester, Adah were Mr. Carrie Thomas, )I.... Victor

Russell Horn, _reh.d slowly M the summer month at the Park View rah; 'The New Woman of South Edward Sty Ing on TU platform followed ty the brldesmaldi Apartment;. la Miami.A America," by Mrs. Plckard; talk by meeting wn held. end then re- Ulllaa Kitty. Eleanor KHng II.... M. Brownlow, Mrs. M. D. Totter, M....
0111. Robertson Mildred Edward. sign l for the front of the club lot I Ml** Pratt; "Home and Habitations, ,*' rfihment. of Ice-cream and cake: were Thomas and Mrs. Babb Oar.' Halnlln, M.... W. H. Cast Mr*. '
Rita Fitch and Mettle Lou Theus. Th. and acme new book cue are new by Mrs Oault; aftmrnoon call. by Mrs. served E. J. Cast Mrs, Harriet /8oper. Mr* j

bridesmaid were lovely la white ..... featttre the women heard about ) Loyless; "Our Women Mteslonarlei In The following were present: Mrs AMCE FKRJRKIL GIVE!:!* Jessie toper, Mrs. Jame* MoColkmgh ., ,
.M and feat, end carried bouquet o, their last meetlnf. Mrs B. C. Lov*. South Amerka" by Mrs. Fisher; sonf. E.; H. Inner, Mr, *. Le Lehman! Mrs ,PARIUWELiI PAnTY:' Margaret. and Elisabeth JJttaUn and .4 I
whit and lnk" 1'oM. lanai told atxMiCtb design for the "Loyalty to Christ. TM program Tom Drewer Mrs, J. .A. Smith! Mrs Violet Umphrey entertained at a the Rev. Mr Or.,.. ''I
The maid of honor, MM' flaa Nixon.lo 1111% "'an.aM.mea".f the '0110';:. wa, closed by sentence prayer H. L. Cook Mm Richmond. Mra. C. farewell party given at her horn for :
In white and the dainty flower Ins donation to the club wax made Those present went Mr*. McOar f. Jackson and the hoett**. Alice Ferrell who left Tuesday tor .1
girl Elisabeth Horn and Valeria Mr. Enfllh, II; Mr Jeffrey, Mil rah Mrs. McEllwaln, Mrs. W. O. Montgomery.; Ula Refreshment of "'11

Flitch' Who Mattered roue petals, preceded Charles T. Fuohe, |10i, the CltlMn Horn. Mrs. DorM,Taylor, Mrs Pick- RAIN AND SHINE CLIBMEETS punch oak and aaadwkhe were And Retaurant leMaurant' may may come go

,4he. ,bride, Bite earn In on the Dank ,.10. ard Mrs. W. A. King, Mrs. Bob Camp- WITH MR& LEHMAN. served and. dancing was enjoyed till But w* (o on forevsrl .i.iRE'JAFE'I I
arm *t her uncle, Ralph E. Edward Mr. Ouael Joiner gave the audi bell. )I... B. H. FHoh, W.... O. I. Oault.Mr The Rain and Shine Club met with time to escort Mis* Ferrell to the :
wh gave::118" ......,. They+were net tor'*:report and wa,* !ftmpllmented b*. *. Tom Venn Mrs, J. R. Dory, Mr*. Lee Lehman en Wednesday A train.
en the'platform' by'Rsv.'C.: N. Walk cane of its ?lie club Mime Josephine Pratt Mr*. Frank salad course was served Those present Those present were) Mia Louis '

or. Albert Browne, tie bridegroom, member decided to serve salad at a aUICIID.... Mrs. O. H. Radford. Mr. worn JoI.... O. J. Hackler Mrs Conner the Mlswa, Velma, and Verna
and Atria Campbell, the beet nan booth at. the Rodland Country Club B. D. Taylor Mra. J. tt. F1i*.rt Mr*. Carl Dedin and children, Mr*. Fred Shaw, the )Mlsse Lucille and Lillian

Th. ceremony wa Imprasslv The celebration on the Fourth of July. Th Vano LeI.i.... Mrs O. A. West Mrs. Redd and children, Mrs f. H. Webster Brown. Mis' Ruth Rich Mist' Alto 40 East Flagler Street ..1
church decorations which were beau transference of Mr. A. C. Oraw Turner, Mra. William McConnell and ,and child Alta; Mrs Mary Tur- Ferrell Bill Pelt. Tom Loom, John
Ufut eondeted ef Easter 1111.* and membership wa announced. Mra. A. J. Drew.hart"BRENT ease Mr. Frank: Rue and the boy Rlolt. Russell Horn, Claud Campbell MIAMI, FLORIDA

lattice work covered with "'Inee? The Mr*. W. R. Crow tor the brat time tew.FIREMEN'S. John Tower and Roy and Orin Smith.
bride wu sweet end dainty In 4 whiteVor since she wu elected. president of the IW1I000000 'I

tt* ersp with; a white' hat. sad club, was unable to be present to open *}"TO BRIDGE CLVB. DANCE ATTENDED :!Jllimillllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll, / I lllllllllllllimillllllllllllllllllllllllUS I !: '
veil. the business meetlnf She arrived inter Mrs $rili( Alford ''''tflrtalned the BY )f.iNY1'DNESDAY.': = sf f'

The wedding party then proceeded > Met Crow's faithfulness and her Monday Afternoon Bride Club this Th Firemen's Danes, which was

'to the Semlnol. Cafe where the wed- loyal service t., the club the last year w.*... Refreshments punch, sandwiches given at I o'clock Wednesday eveningat !f The Very Best in Electric Ranges | ,.; t
.ling breakfast wee served by Mrs were mbjeets for complimentary comment and salad were served.Those the Woman' Club building, wu
0...... Joiner at It o'clock. Cover In Mis Lobdell' report at the present wore: Mra. M. O. Al- well attended by many Homestead :
were laid for fourteen. at the bride' Dade County Federation meeting atHlaleah ford, Mr. E. H. Hlner, Mrs. J. A. people a* All a* many Miami and | APPLIANCES AND SUPPLIES

tabl.. and all at the other. The en- but Saturday. Smith Mrs O. H. Hackler Mrs. J. .Coconut Grove people. Music..* furnished J
ter-pleo WM a large eut-glase. but Mrs., Glass and Mrs Oallaher were Webster, Mrs. Lee Lehman, Mlsa U H'j by a Miami orchestra" Later I | When in Miami come in and see us |
containing pink end whit rose and I hostesMK and served a 1te1l.lolII'.lad vey Ma Palmer and the hostess M I In the evening the firemen served .

..p.r.III',tern, The menu consisted 'ooxrs at the clos* ef the. tneella l.flUi. Lehman won the price, which was a unoh. The firemen made oilt, a cum

of fruit' |to grapefruit basket. vanity case.PARTY 1 ot money off this dance | BISCAYNE ELECTRIC SUPPLY CO. f
Chicken, bouillon, dreamed chlcksa In : -- I
patty shelly English" peas, maehfti po- TO fO.MUS CLin.Mrs. ENJOYS SWIM : League of Women Voter., the Fan \ Intelligent Electrical Service Hs
u'oee. hot btseult and butter, "" ... J, A. IImlUl and W. A. Murphy AT MIAMI, BEACJL tellento Association, tlje Alpha XI. n
table salad In tomato shall, etlv. I were prla*.winner* Tuesday when j I> A party wa held at Miami Beach I Delta 3 S
fraternity (In which she was
sad celery, coffee, oe-oram and.take I Mrs J:'. H. HIner .a..rtaln0t4"" 'the on Thursday. Swimming was enjoyed i president of the Mtaml. Unmae Chapter | 28 North Miami Avenue I.
I Comu Club at her horn*!! T J. Letch' routed.
ail. mint and wieners were
), the Phi Delta, l legal fraternity.the'Y. .
The bride and room left by ear 'worth and Mr*. W. A. Murphy won Those present were Mr. and Mrs.C. W. C A and the Chamber of | MIAMI, FLORIDA
for Dun.Uen and they will to from 1 tb. consolation prise. Light rcfreih- H. Jordan, Mr. and Mra W. B. 'ommero 5
there t 0 Ashsvlls. N C. I mesh were served. Strickland Mr. and Mrs Harry Cooper ;lllllllllllllllllllllllllltllllltlllllltlllllllllllllUIIII/ / / mnnnnnnnunmwnaunnfnnh'cd's
Those present were: Mr and Mr*, ; D;:. W. B,Jordan. VIM Ann Poi' [.J "
$9,000 for Gowiis C. H. McCloud, Mr. and Mr*. W. X, Mr.: Roe, Mr. Brown and Mr Wise IIIJdllll1l '
Walton M,. and Mrs. !to E.S 8ohfMr They last three ar* of Miami I ..'" __o _.'M'___ ,
Actress i in PictureNine "
By IA.
and, Mrs W. A Murphy Mr

Bmlth. Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Let*. Mrs. Atkinson WantsTo
thousand dollar for the
worth and MIDI Harvey Ma Palmer.Baptist .
town warn ,by a* aotreen In a ..lrpie Be Elected Judge Dcpt. StoreIkorJiffonWashMs
picture, Children To Of Juvenile Court
That It la said repreeent* the sod

.(' the wardrobe which adorn the Give Pagent Sunday: $re. Edith Atkinson, aandldat* for ww... n ...'J ____ ... .
III" 'M''A I '
the office of Judge of the Juvenile'
beautiful Barbara I.* Mare a* she appears
A psjtnt. This Teuth' will be court, ha been a, resident of Miami
en the screen In The Etrrna
liven by the junior department *f since lilt She ha* had It yean ot
City" which will be the featur .t t a \
the Baptist' Sunday cht"* .lundaymornln legal. experience and I Ie graduate ef
The Seminal Thsalrs That
*. June ,i, at the remiss I Sunday tad' law school of the John B. BteUonUniversity.
may sound a trlfld *-trttd. to say school hoir. This paarlnt ...0.... Bh. received ken A. B e s:

the least but when you behold the the restleMness ef youth, the coming degree In 1111 and was admitted to
otume you will got be to ready to of the tempter te the children of the the bar and became the first ,woman.

doubt the assertion nations, and Jh* wise counselor who to inlays actively Jn the practice o,
While "The Eternal City wa writ relieves the mother of the nations of law In Dade County She was also

ten a number at year ago by fir her anxiety. Rooted plant will be the tint woman to win a verdict before 1571 4 ,
4 Mall Calne, tt has been moderalaed. ( ". In little basket. to all the a Jury In Dad County. She married 1

with the novelist'*!! permission and .f children present. Henry ... Atkinson" circuit Judge t
course the 'May' "woman had to Thi older people, parent and state Ita. Mrs Atkinson Is an attendant '
friend are Invited to be at the
present e Trinity Episcopal
wear the latest model On her way
the esrvlo to encourage the children Church at Miami. sal
t* Italy, therefore, Mia La Mar
and enjoy them la the celebration of The following are some pt the organisations -
topped .(( ii: and. lone eneugH t. L
their day, 11..1. R. Dor eyMrs. M. In which Mrs Atkinson
spend the sroaU:fortune (or creations J. Days Mr, ),fellI" and Mia :hold BMtmberihlpi America Bar Association ,
et the modiste' art with the result Uvte Darn i btu ilea \
are chare ot the Florida But Bar Association
that her every. appearance la a seen program> and decorations, t Dad County Bar Association '
will be U4 .... fortfa bunt .t Miami Woman'. Club) (and the '0...., ( (
"ahV and "oh1. ." on the part of the National picture are Lionel Parry- try and legislative commune of the

feminine contingent more, Bert Lytell Richard Bennett flub), the Buslnee and Professional Of Cool, Sheer Materials

Not only are the gown orgou and Montagu Love. Women'. League, the Dad County r''
For Street and Resort Wear
and stunning, a. the faehtoa write' -
would ay, bit they represent the' '
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\\tL at an Astoundingly Love{ PriceWheg
,last word la fashion, la fact, they
are *o advanced lit style that they r
will not reach th* Culled Mate anti T/ $5
f sat ,...,. f / -' i

\ Other lit I |lh* :rut }f thin First A1 4/14N I : fop see
"t?1 1 17' Iiit I] you'll wonder how they can sell no lowl ,
1 ii fIW.l1 They are made .beautifully with finest
PROGRAM FOR THIS"WEEK workmanships French __ Cut gee.t .
,: 4 Smarmy, assuring perfect fit. i

V: ii You choose from-
GEORGE: rrrzMArRictrsTb Come and *e*
.. Etmtal City" Why Mm Leave Home" i
3 Hall Calne story *t modern Rome Special comedy ....IJn, \'a,.wtam .( i' Light or dark backgrounds s :

Busy Dud Jlee, Chrtatl comedy and 4 picture' y 'f Beautiful .
t'O colors' and loveliest
f. Fox Newe Imperial < f.I f.r I r designs in fine tissues and .

MONDAY. JUNK I THURSDAY JUNE I smart new Challis ees
Double Header Tw or '*m
(. With HARRY CAREY laTtw Charmingly trimmed and
With BUCK JON* la
Eight Hawke
t POOR OLD SOLES! end UEMERTRA"'INIJOf. l lit "A Oreo* Cowboy"fi : 1'1 styled" .
.. Md special east taWestern (
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BRING 'EM HERE tkrlllee *ad Big City"iamb ,1""" ...."" c"a!" f Theee shew, summery street dre.eee fee-a '
drama also Fat action and mystery, a" Sure trimming of band-embroidery hand
:' It your shoes get Into Penny Face comedy Universal comedy draws-work fine tact. Imported, per
the hole-in-one club I maaent finished .,.....". novel button ;,
', bring them to us. We'll TUESDAY Jt1N1t'ramAT, JUNE iBEX .treatment and plover combination of tz fat
material Just notice the smart styling.t .
them in the
put .
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\. 9 class of lots mortals Mena at the Lady LettyJ! "' Thrill otCH'1'of the ell field with /.
of the alas f
ThrilUnf story .eat. -
;,. left. We're the oritfnal ALMA N1L6SO \ :

r., ':" '" shoe doctors. M ParadiM"gnd/ and Cam** Imperial comedy ale and 'Travelaugt Every dress an exponent of real Fashion'! They're lovely / :

BURTON Don't miss this opportunity to select several smart models ,
SHOP \\See The Eternal City Saturday

r StfOC CAST INCLUDES At This Remarkably Low Price $5.95r' .
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Tell-a-phone Facisti and Modern
The King of Italy, o

: !:' '{ Flfty-Fifty Rome whero it was made

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DESIRES AFTER RFP \f! 'Tit( ) \s:' CO)\ FERE\CE I:Ferd :'lass, .. Grew AMERICA B JAPAN'SORSATB8T olds I.IIOMle, none
I* Rubber Trees >A Land All NBJbM !nt Homestead. Lg
No. I*. I O. 0 r, and MMttt Brothers -
LAWS I Adjacent to LaBttte. -. ar r...o.m I* ate** a* the
tekla,, MM nne Celled Mate*
Odd renew AMI M I IV a*, on .radajr. -
IV><'0100 of the MM area* of rts*
I was by tar ,.,..'* beat cwtat dwtoff > J.M the Ilk, Mr UM par.OM ot
glade and. t the west fit
lying I
'1' Believes Immigration Prob- 'Homestead, III*, tad-ol** sold Japan true ossdnseing Odd 1/1t.... uweerlal. S

:\ lem Will be Aided out tllll w ..tb.'I Henry rod attar a***. HUM ..y scoot. w**..., M>..... oeeea.Itelalyee.
aad Meats .t laxami
Registration y eo' l by aer, 1 i?J r Odd rtU.v> are r4 MM4>4. seed
''t .ha. bought toad on which the grow- year1 rereig track puMM*I kr "* power to Uo Odd "!News ....'|wt
t Washington D. C, May. II (Scottish lilt e, rubber on a **..*..... scat
t department of ( aIlM4\. .later than lit p. BU .a Ruadar,
.{felt* New* Bur..\i).-That rtratlon .- j I will be carried on, has a very definite Nearly **.-.'1.... *r III per. vent I.a. th a lib, for the purpw ot d.ooratine >

..tI solve most of the Immigration Purchase local Interest by Heury: Pert of a tract- of all Japan' foreign trade tee till the 1ft..... at Naraaja Ctm..

problems confronting the United I Of over eight thousand acre In 1f..- WM with the United Sates. )tore err.
61 ttate. I* contended by Secretary of .
Labor Jame* .J* Pert*, tie saysiReftsiration I the county seat, I* believed to Japan*** goads oU abroad weal
H. A. CAMERON Noble Grand
U America. *lr than a fourth ofI.pu'
the early development of an -.1
of course, would la a A. 'TinBTTS Secretary.
rubber growing laduatry IB Import cam from the United
my mind settle the whole problem,. )fr. Ford I* reported to have paid Kates, .which.... Japan II t per neat
There I* com opposition on the part MOT than a bait mlllon dollar forth .r nil abs beegtit. BUILD CLASS P&ERTINOThe :,
tuojoot (or dlmaaloa. at t..
of some of the representative* of labor acreage, which Include the 1111 WM IIle,00ee00 p*. :Export; '
AU&aI I totaled Mll.t..,.e* divided No.. BUM City of tile Baptist
to this plan oa the theory that It towaslt ot floods on the yen M '
tMh follow UalUd state .... Church art Bnaday morning win koi
tic Coast Ua railroad a.d the public I : .00. *t
amvor* of.espionage I,will act spo*. "Wboa Vkora and What li tha rooadaUoa I'I. '
utllttle and a number ot buildIng year China, 1TI.......; ...1.. 110.. .
tor a bill which would permit of gov- y of tb* town ot La Belle ...,..0; Great. Britain. 4.,.0.....t ot the Mow ;"'TataaMat

erment officer: spying on tile alien or Already rubber eulture expert are I Strait. Bettlementa ..........1 i I'1IIU.: I. O.roll -.u",

working a hardship upon him In anyway busy oa th* property, according to pint Island. 1I....,..S] Germany.M0 .
a* long aa h* Is legally within a report (rota Lk Belle, aad. It .if declared I' .....! othw countries not listed.
the country and conducting himself
the Ford plan contemplate Japan' imports exceeded sport
.* a peaceful and law-abiding rssldent immediate clearance of aa Immense by: .......,...' ya, totaling '."'> Why
.,: What I am trying t* da to t* M acreage and the planting of rubber 'M,'''. divided M follow; United ,'
work out a plan (tn the form ct a. billi.hicb IrMa states .11....,*.*,.o. pea, Indian.

might M called Uncle Bam* Months ago tentative plan were ..........01 OrMt Britain. tlT..*.. Use:

fraternity1-en organised movement discussed for the establishment of '0'1! Chin. .....0..1 Oermaay.
to be helpful to the alien W* should the rubber growing Industry la this m.OOO.loO) ether not listed Canned:
provide some meant of helping the
0 state at a conference between Thomas An Intending Item" en the Import ,
.worthy alien and weeding out at the A Edison: Harvey Firestone. headof Hit U the purchase from Oermaay: Milk
Urn the undesirable one. That
am the Firestone tin Interests and Indicating the strong return ot O P-
I* the purpose aad ssonoe of my *nrollmnt "
Mr Ford. Rubber culture expert men business men U the Japan mar

plan. .' ,-_ __ ___ ., 0.' at that time were sent oa scouting kef.*-Tampa Time When Fresh Milk will be
The North American Civic Leaguefor Photos from Wide World Photo expeditions through the lower end of delivered to' )'
Immigrant ha adopted a plaa nun O\K .1fD! daily your
tho peninsula and are said
which provide tor J. P. Morgan and H. H. Harjes, the director of the Mor- to have reported t."ora"llpoa soil Teacher"Johnnli .what, doe door for 20 centt a
Efficient Inspection at the dock. ''Hot' meanT"Proverbial
Mats transfer to destination of Immigrant gan-Harjes & Co., Bank in Paris, leaving the Hotel Astoria >- and climatic condition Johoalo-. ....'It m ani quart

whose paper Indicate t"i in Paris after an interview!with M. Barthou, Presidentof IlEDFKAHS, NOTICEAll girl." Z
expect to Join friend or relative at Teacher-"What makes you think
definite point the Expert Reparations Commission. member ot Rcbekah Liberty that. JehnnUr' Jersey milk Is the rich*** ml.*.
Lodge No. 44, are requested tq meet
Holding of all other Immigrant In Proverbial Johnnie-."Well. the other That la Uie kind we'produce.
at the Odd Fellow Hal at I p. IDoOn
suitable Quarter at port of entry until Broad Plans Made for New York Is Building? Sunday June I, for the purpose day the aura come la and Bay
they can b* distributed to advantage 0' to If girl' and That'i
pa a pa oar
Lincoln University More\ Schools in Race of conducting memorial aervtoe.
of the : '". Moonshine.
community. 0. bell of a note.
Registration of each Immigrant With Big Enrollments Relative and friend of deceased DEXTER SMITH
Washington, IX C, Kay tl (Soot- lUbekahs are requested to send .
resident alien with mElt ADVERTISING
siad a designated
D. c, May II (Soot* newer to the Odd Fellows Hall not
official, to whom the aforesaid alien tlsh Rite News BureauTo. found Washington Prof.-'What are the exports of Box 126FLORIDA '
tatei1 than 1:20
: p. m. oa Sunday,
hall thereafter make periodical report equip and maintain a standard coeducational tlsh Kit Newt Bureau)..-In aa endeavor VlrtrlDlat"BUdo
Juno the Ith, for the purpose ot decorating a
*. university In toerpipual to catch up with school registration 'Tobacco and live stock
the grave at Naranja Ceme- CITY .
Limitation of alien resident t* 'a memory and honor of Abraham Lincoln end to avoid overcrowded ery. .Ir."
"Llv stock What kind ot live. f.
reasonable period within which time
and to foster the standards of schools wltn pupils attending but halt The public I* cordially invited to b* PHONE at-tl
the alien may bo naturalised If h* I* stock, a
&bl* to comply: with the requirement cltlMUlhlp. tits spirit ot patriotism, time or sitting On eo.,-110& seats preeent "Cantata sir.1*..Nebraska A..........
rather than remain absent New York N. a
of carefully! framed naturalisation the Ideal ot service the principles t
latenslv MRS DELLS ---
City Is engaging la a large and JONES Sec.mentary
law. of economics and tbo teachings of school building program.Up .

Christianity: exemplified br him, Is t* May 1, till It new elementary school 11 addition and I
Shrlners Make Plans the avowed purpoee of. cltlsen of school and 11 additions costing new high school and I addition TYPEWRITERS '

For 50th Annual.Meet. ;Springfield, III. who plea to raise a 114111,111 and seating 'IT21 children which will cost $..,....000 and willseat (New and rebuilt)
foundation fund ot a million dollar, were opened. On BOW. high ...... student. The building

Kansas City: Mo.-Bhrln dom In later to be expanded to all millions, school aad four additions costing .... program to data thus provide for I SAFE/

Kansas City Is very busily engaged I In honor ot the great emancipator '",''' and seating ..,.. pupils were 110 sew building at a cost of 01tIr
la the carrying ont of Its many plans The plan of the university |s broad, _Dpled. Tblrt.venOm po..." IT7.I14. providing seat for III,KT (New. and second hand)

for the welcoming and entertainingof I limpls, democratic; as w4 Lincoln l 'uotlire.Unr ITII.1I4 and aoeemmodatlng children.
Its brother Nobles who are coming 1 U I* states of It that: (1) the university ,.a.. students are la ---- FILE/ t f fre.

from near and tar te the 10th Annual I will be essentially Christian usa Thus 10,111 seats have been fur. FLORIDA EAST COAST
Ceremonial of the ImperialCouncil. I hut nondenomlnatlonal. It will be nlshed. ( r ovary need)

A. A. O. N. V. S? to be beld ,open to .11. Irrespective of creed (I) There are under construction II RAILWAY

Juno. 141. I It will maintain the highest standards BOW elementary school 11 additionsand riagler System DESK/ CHAIRS, TABLES ETC

Committee hare been formed te ,Dt Instruction faculty and equipment ono temporary' building, seven CONDENSED SCHEDULES
gayer every conceivable need of the (I) It will be rua on a sound flnanoUU BOW high school and two addition;
visitor and the minute details: ot the I Ietlterlalnm.nt policy, assuming BO, liabilities before and en* addition to the New York Effective: April II PHONE 13707 PHONE

of what Is hoped will I fund. art provided; (4) It will Parental School e. total of II unit For Fortter TkcfceiAgeiKDEPARTtTRKll Inforsaatloa to. the

be the greatest gathering of Bhrineri I be an Institution of service to all opea These will cost llo.MMIt and will,
In the history of the organisation, II month la lie year, for both day accommodate 111,011 pupil plan KTKADSOUTHHOUKD
euro being carefully planned. and night clause are being drafted for IS BOW ...- .
Ifo, la OoacbM and seevpen. III* a. a*.
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'i ... '... (Oppdsite.Horne- .\, Building) I CHANGE OF ALL TELEPHONE NUMBERS e I \,,4


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:: account of the Incites la number on our switch board w* find that It

D ,I* necessary to change all number oa th* board and In tb* next directory that will E '.;

go to the printer la June. .,.1 ,

Best Quality Western Meats =5 Tho changing of the number will entail tonsldsrablo work aid expense."' ; :'": !=CyYNw

** 5 on the part of the telephone company and some little Inconvenience' t* sue subscribersIn I k; i S' ,
= getting accustomed to the new. number and each ubeeriber can b* assured that 'ci : 3'
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the If It wen not absolutely necessary w* would net make tbs Chang*. ,,.' ,; :117 1I.r: :: ,
also best selection off /: :
Under the present system of number there I It considerable confusion .a the i
:: part of the operator In determining who I* wasted when such number a* I-I aouitrylln 5

j \ and II city special line I* sailed. so It becomes necessary,to pat:all iclal Un. 2

Wriiits and VegetablesThis == number from 1 t* 10, all oil)' and party line from 000 to MO sod aU country Jlne* 0

= from 1009 up..'Will* the number of too city, party and country HIM. will be changed i r,

i "'I, It will act heny the rings for each la onl* two or threes Instance. :
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n amore the"sew number ars put r fnto'effect/ the new directory will bo I* tilt .

market is your market You are cordially invited tocome hand of each lubscrlbor and a card will b* attached t* the mouth pilot of each ;

in and select for yourself those favorite meats Ad vegtv: r', i static showing! the ..,.. number aad the co-operation *f each subscriber will b* ..t 8 '

tables. You can depend on our quick service and free delivery to '" asked'In that they look tip the number that they aspect t* tall, for the new number :I Ij

entire satisfaction. win be a* new to the operator a* they'are _to the subscriber ,, m
give you ':f} t In,

'I, All rabserlber rM"eM U look their IMIsg 1* the pntMBt directory :
We are In the business. to stay and your patronage will certainly ar up .
be appreciated .and If they desire. any caaag* *f any kind 4m th* listing to Botltyjiha *ot pay I* wrh .

leg W... Hay tha lltk, of such .Ia ../ Any ubscrlbn desiring nsw adder change i
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la their present ad please see or writ MB ,
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W. C. HILL, Manager COMPANY "'



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1,. 1lriight TUB HOMESTEAD LEADER ''l\uncIq_, ._, ._ 1It4I _

EDUCATION ESSENTIAL TO PRESERVE "&heaUoaar: TripTb r Had.* low ,.,- &- >cIf 1ttlDilEp: And patiently afoAt b* r* or mfH 'f.

livery moraine, phM the peter. The honey boo ork* but four hour ...he ate honey tree
CIVILIZATION, DR. JAMES M. FARR Be Tao on hint 9 and the underuier, giving your IUa- Out of every day Soon or bMo h* nnd It out,

I racy for tbd. ..,. This will -.'-" B* fllla M* Mwid .ton.h.<.a.. ikon rite up ..... Mar.And .
TELLS HOMESTEAD HIGH GRADUATES aeretary L. ft Bishop who 15
delays In reaching you with the nMbuUno > Tkn hMo aw., ** nM romkieoi -... MM other,
work. tog with the committee from the *. Or else IM tttt* and MM). CM prink. Ton wanted to ..... air."

(Coattnood ream Pag One) QkfMkor of CUMOMW oa detail* ofttw Alway oarry a calm heartily ..* .si swellb eqp beat isiSe., -Bxchang*,

vlrenmtnt The animal ubtnM to aonetimee, but It I It thnao aame "tump* prapaaid trip M Cuba to be ...... neme or tt* *>**Mr, DM njjtlrlakoftyour a_ III hen. Olt tinny .Jelii

bio environment bo not to with Man. that teach lie th. moat te .Ml"....- to tinder the anaploa of the chamber. I' tavertt* bekaiaal, tto .......... Whisk. h loa Joy Ml ftM*e TOT A LEADER WANT AD. IT

HM equipment .* Mi beads and bon good for u* to bays to wwtr *. waw ....... that MM wuraion will llkatyoe rlee of sear lye MMMM .*.|*.MeW WILL BRING YOU RESCWS TEIiEPHOfB .
MM ..eI ho at OMM make* Ibis Mildwrk. get to learn by snperfJiibb, tho*. gee bav* MflMWbelM. )to yo r But )fro Bear eome ramMlaf en t
H* bttktde: ft holt h* tame a ohlld I* born t. thin world;.,1m..' hMtn UM morning of June t. A will. And ,M* Wi, honey .boa,. .. II, ti

and 4amtttllMtAIW the animal for hisneat Iran It alone. and the obUd'p fnUd n tae, M to b* workd DwrVfeul off for-Mmorrow.what yea -

be *eee what pulling weed away will be little above the animal, A out, but Mr. Hehon, states that can do .*...,. Tb* life of t-JtHX- I ,

from the wild brry plant doc and child learn tar obwrntto lad i meat naaonabl'* rat** have been quoted .r I* 'gjr' one but. abort and bacon I. '

has the aatlafaeUoa of atelng bettor Imitation That la one way, but ft, M by both the Plaaa and the JUte heteto.and false .
end larger fruit on teens plant nil too eomplluated.. The aeoond method Choo the busiest street t* the Homestead
thoa 1. the beginning of agricultureand I. that of apprenticeship; th* younger that a careful computation city for ,._IItI... atunta? prrrablf. Garage ..,

fell neighbor seeing what Chit man working with the Cider roan, and .how* that the entire trip Including at the rush hour, where that* art

man haa don goo bom and dose tilt 'learning to do br aaaoclatlnt will (Id* trip which extend M much a* 'more ., The nor automobile -

.am.. 'X... h. aee* that by making this tuna the third method, that at dity mile* Into the Interior, can b* ., the greater the danger Th
the ground ..l and smooth lot eta netting Mid school teacher* to teach made for about I TO.*.. About II men greater the danger, lice mote *portelgnala .

IK dragged coup the ground Caster, the younger rea"aOoa.ot' ao much have already Indicated their Intention Tel won't hurt aa automobile AUTHORIZEDEXIDE A

110 bar w* have the beginning of for the mossy thr U In It, but forth of making the trI,. All who' wish togo you will get out of It

road Tbs wheel earn* In here, the glory In the work. and have not a* yet Indicated their Don't pay any attention tt trafficelgnala SERVICE STATIONTell
greatest Invention of modern traM- "That t* where the school, havens desire art rqu ated by Chamber of Ton won't hurt an automobile
Commerce official t* see Mr Bishop It yon collide with one
portatlon. and school teacher1> com la. and the
"Now then, nature give u* environment point that I cam *o far to lay U aa early, a* possible. Wear blinders. It more convenient us your electrical troubles and bring :
inns build on toy of I this: Air time goes on, the ooop for bury FOUl bad In an umbrella or
nature tad on thla treat foundation I manual labor will be tee and IM. F. E. C. Growers Get a newepaper. The effect la tho aam*. mechanical jobs to ourREPAIR ,

wet elvfiUatlon. I and .... time will come alien to will Together at PrincetonThe Let th* motorM do the worrying I ,

"Hut, maa must be able to n. I have disappeared. altogether. Th That 1* one of tbs joy of driving a ear

change Idtaa learn to count and fig I younger generation must b* trained Florida :Bart Caaal Grower* Doa'l be concerned about your EXPERTS t;

are and learn the great lesson which I Mentlfleally or failure will mutt AaeoolaUoB held a get-together and debt: remember dead men pay a*

was taught n* by the life of the I Now tbs why, of education, every a get-better-acquaJnted: meeting 'fu_ bill..

bumble con of a carpenter, Jesus, I parent wishes to see his boy or girl day night at the Prlnoeten If. you are not hit the Ant time

that of learning how to live. together I llv. In a bit'better world than he houe The .speaker for the don t got discouraged. There I I. a Jay- We Carry Genuine Ford Parts

on thla earth and tor MOt year I had to live In, and no amount ot were H. W. Bird, salesman Jl&ClUn'l driver on almost any street and It I*

w* have b.*. learning thl. l aoaWo I money l. too great to ip n4 for the laaoclatloti, K. N. Webb ,only a matter of time until you too

lines. been bumped pretty bard ,duration, to make It 10," O 8 Fletcher E. A. Froecher\' Ray meet.-National Safety Council..-Ex.

Freeman and Mr. Week A picnic

CHASE MAKES GOOD IMPRESSIONAT lurch, with Ice cream, punch and
coffee, waa served
at the close of the

I general good time was lajoyvd,
AND COOPER CLASH I OVER FRED PINE Those attending were: H W Bird and

IIIt bookkeeper, Mlaa Wilson and Mr Ideal Time for

(Continued From Pa 0.1) Weeks of Miami E. N. Webb and Painting
family of Larkin, N, V Webb and
bad decidrt to atop until after the latant are tired to do these thing
family, O. & Fletcher and family, JH. .
election anyway, At this point Mr that require doing. .
Campbell) Mr, and bins N. W.Campbell .
Chase mad the eatertlou that the Stalin that he had one solemn 4""f
and daughter, Misses Edna
opea barrooms In Miami do not attract promise to make th. people It elected Campbell
and Alma J, L. Chambora -
one start tourist that I It wanted I.. Mid h. would never graft, and I
Mr and Mra Ole Pet.r... p
and LNauZu. 'e:
by Ulaml, that It any place remalied open after TO ','a'
niece. ales 0** Christensen, Mr. and
he anumtd office it would be
II* charged that them are wide really Mra. W. C. Cunning, Mr. and Mrs W r"r?
because Its could not aprehend It. U* TOVAaNt i ii
open gambling place In Miami and W. C Campbell, Mr. and Mr*. 11. 4.
of the graft that la prevalent
that during the put senses poke Uurone, Ray Freeman, Inspector of
had been poavlbl for boy of high In all the channel of government and the parking bo....., Mr and Mr* C

school age with book under their characterlwd It a* "eating Into ourgovernment" A. Chamber, )lr. and Mrs C. M. Neon

arm to walk up and 'toll the bonea." vn up to Tea Pot eon and Mia Nelson JJ, A. Frontier,

Dome affair. D. S. Eaaoa and family, and Mr. Pop- i
Touching on the point that the
lie said It It la really \n that pell bookkeeper. for Princeton unit
offlcal had
present stated that with
nil condition a* eilatlng are help A large number of 11111.... from the
a splendid police fore la Miami there
ful to our erection, that the chamber different unit south of Miami also
wa little for them to do M* agreed
of commerce should herald It forth attended the meeting
that Miami lies ale
a police fore, "
to the world. II* believe* th* condition
but to try to abut all the reiponalblllty -
ar* hurtful to the section I DAM
on them U case of ", ..hI.uck.
which U his home, and he would *MU I I wok to look face
grew better. A* the father of three Silent, whit and I

Referring to the race track bit girls he. also for their taU would have 6h. friend, the agony I felt

opinion was that when the track I* condition better and BO wore Can never half b* told
i I
opened up. It the haogcro-on and peaking with the utmost kind. We'd lived together bat a year ,..
book-maker are allowed to have. their na* of both Mr Dillon and Mr. Bennett To* seen H _.., to aeo

way, they will overrun the county with ho urged the voter to give him Those gentle haada ttrtchd and
an orgy of eolloltatlon for their suit
their rapport a* bavlag the meat
aohemea, and elated that they should logical .ha_ to defeat the Incumbent That toile4 a* hard for me.My "John here is that new Household Quide for
bo cleaned outAnswering and taking the position that a* waking thought* had been of on. ,

the claim he says I* being the present administration of the Who now to ate** had dropped painting and decorating that we' read about in the
TWM hard to watts
put forth by Incumbent, that hcrltf cOke haa not been on* of oh, friend
people law enforcement It could hardly be My lagenot had stopped uhat tells'about
the Hunt help before anything Saturday Evening Ppst. Let's see it
can' be done, ho Inquired of hla. audience expected to \p dlttarat ao long a* the Toronto Ooblln

what they would think of present peraeanot la continued decorating the bath room"If

fire department that would drive up

whit their julpmnt and announceto ...
the ._., If Cutting "Why are you mailing all )** haw. tend stout tt you Vnow whet A re you palntln tour hour or virnlthlnga
property that
they those empty envelopefTm 1f'/. /.' wee hi* don for vou br tMurlnf the a table or pelnrlni she porch" loot.or tln>
Would help the fire would b* put out. cutting elaa***. la a eonpendeno **- r/AMeM |pew .- Household. Ouide.* log your porch fumkuiefN '

Ho believed the sheriff with his a*. echool."-The Bbowme V* have brought M you the mesas lotatlecdnf .nutter whet to lathe Sherwln.WlllUm
[ the exact ......_ thee I* exprmtlrInud Haiwehold Oulde-ulli you nectly wke. for the..rf_If eittcle you warn lopemt. > In Order M pnvM .....ppoIr't...."'.
[ .nrnbh' etaln: or nuncl Come In end let ihle'HouiehoUOulJe"An
I It a..NIIINI a. cress .Mcifa *a >.!!-i etlxr buy pout palnrinf nutcrtel and applies j
Fop i .1I1Ut'rv Phone II : ei ma. .,t/dar see to.ilaz. IIIIMoI. V*carry afuUlia i *.. / ;s t;+ }$ f''
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nORIDA Unt Wan S e Ib*. l" n Ib. I Bay It in Homestead

It w* IM or apoll anything.wo .
Monk wants your motor truck business nay fer It.


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! i" Eight o'clock School Auditorium 'Homestead, ,
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} -'..*.', We, the undersigned qualified voters in Dade County after carefully examining the qualifications of '
t NORRIS McELYA, who is a candidate for election to the House of Representatives, the State of Florida,
f believe that the interests of all the people of this county will be best served by his election.

T. J. PEPPER .. ';., H.,E.ACKER ,W. R. BURTON, HialeahD.L.SHACKELFORD T. V. NI00RE j) .
JAMES DONN '.-*.I> .:' I' B.E. EARN' M. S. ALTMAYER ,;, I

J; :GEO. R. LINDSAY. ./; F. W. CASON .. T. R. KNIGHT c.n.PERRY'I' -



;f. .; }.,E. ROSE .... J. J. MURPHY, Hialeah J.T. BENNETT ROBERT L.ZOLL t
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: GEO. H. CLOSE. L. W. CROW. J' .'We W.SCHILLING, ;_'I. '. '.
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; WALTER M. FRANKS A. E. SARGENT Hialeah! ADRIAN McCUNE f V.IIEBSARY! (.' -,4y4* :;:: *
-J.O.HARLEY .'1, I1 v L B. STANLEY, Hialeah IL E.MANGLE J../C.SMITH ) ,:f. 'i: I
;:f G.M. DYKES R. H. MILES, Hialeah F. M. SOAR R.E.SMITH t' ,:' ,
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Vessel Burned by Crew After

being Taken in Tow
(florid TlBM-UiiioB)

flanford. Uy MTh' florid' PvotoBMont *- MOlaMon with IU number oaa lIMO -Three Arrested FOUR YEARS AGOGnmirial'Cdurt

Board lies |ttt .**aBi4 a ....... pa=..?Of nnrMa. M4" hi ,. .,
amuses. ..stn I with a. American A**' touring pooetMlKKM bo/eil tb''>' BO* Osarn6 guard aMMr Qpoeaehrfaf '

tomoblle AmoalatloB whereby Utkl don .{... a way that hu never |e pa ,Ot... tho ..... east ...111.. rat fIf .J mTHE RXCJOR: I
national motoring *rganltl n will' .*..II...." i *hp!it duak lip'IIIIIkU(&(- F ;

dtvot ....... sel.sidos to Florida la eommoBb( _|M>n the propooltton loeklng crate near American Shoal \ .. lb
WIHU B. Powell, of .araoota.preold Hei;rt Matton. about tl mile dMaatfro '
Ibis winter Boeordlng to A. A. Oeult ; I
OommerWaj *** this port and on appraaehlngtho SOLICITOR
general Mwreury of UM Florid Development *** of lbs fTorklm .
Board wh* *...t04 Ibis Mrourlco'' AmoolaUon, said that hoMndderod voeeel It worn found to bo tins -

morning that lbs three A'* will Nod this. a Tory advanU.eouo launch Four ..'* hailing from this ==

IM mapping ear and oartographor opportunity for Florida an lbs tIMow pert .
Into lbs Met till winner t.* proper.I Ira map will be unique and also crroInformaUon Tins vestal wn. heavily laden with ( of Records

a tnrlng map of Florida rot national which bas never beta liquor, and was aolned by lbs eoaotguard :::I ::
available to tourists Ho commended cutter, which took th* craft 3 ::
distribution .*nd It* UK will
|>rtpr* A blsiorlos;' .... *f lbs *tats lbs Florida Development Board for In tow' marting toward Ibis pott l\IR.\ r iE p IIE (t" tl
similar U on* Just .tanmod by its three taking Ibo Initiative In fettle* (beAmerican with'It,*,prle.'oII'p' aMem and lbs ',' ; J J
crow of th. Yeeeel oa board Won'OVer : '
Automobile Amoelatlon toarranvo
A'* for th* slats ot VlrgMla.Is
addition. a .p*..lal Florid number for tble. opednl nerrte to At this Junction a fire started MR. J. II McCASKILL
aboard the coined vernal I which wa
ot tb. ABMrieaa Motorist, lbs of- Florida.Banford. == ==
ttelal publication of lbs thro. AswIll I Hay F0.Publication. Of .oon enveloped la flame tbs throe 3 4., .. ', Sy Less Than 140,Votes!' a =

M trued wry mast tilt which '4 hlctorlo map of Florida an orn aid men aboard tin Dcjuor craft being :: ,.. *.;. ."" "7 ;. ."" '.' ==

wlU MITT lbs MOW .< Florid Into In fllUn- American blchwari. IntoIM evened and were taken on board] the -l i. jS j A

every sss of lbs l.0 motor club that otato of Florida wan promlood by Ert Cossack and brought to thl* port and I.i, .Mr. McCaskiJljmade'afiong.fight; In that Campaign while I

.r* member of lbs tbr..o A'.. most I*. Smith, general. manater oftho turned scar to lbs customs nutborlUo "- 0': Mr. Pine's organization worked
Piers Amorioan Autoraobilo... AjooelaUoa *. e unceasmgly.I' .
Dots IKmmm
Mrs tentibt at a dinner mottn It I* Mated that th. thro* men are ..
*For twonty-thre yean ins American --'" > j jr
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being held chary of set ":
on a having
of tho fifth nnnual convention of
Automobile AoMeiaUon( has rpretntd *
motorM. of lbs country," tho Florida Stats Commercial Secretaries the vieetl afire In order to destroy 7 .THIS YEAR I
tins evidence In tae which
can theytual.edrd |
.... AoeoolaUon. HU subject warn a '
Mid. Mr Omit, "' very **a e*) ro. 4n I "
Pllllni tins HUthway Toward plorlda.} doing u fu u burningup :: '
hundred of thousands of molorieU toalt < \ Vi ; ==
the hlp and liquor I concerned
part .f lbs country For Mm Mr. Smith told how a similar. nap of a. tine latt new received from tbs ,; the people of:Dade County have arisen in their might and
tratflo .
.1... lbs Florid Dvlopmit Board Virginia had laoreaood highway '
launch was that th* craft wa then Indignation to demand and bring about'I' -
ha. lIMa discussing. with lbs A. A. A. ; and had brought 4 greater dolopment
Of buenoea In burned to lbs water edge and was
that Kato.Tho
for exploiting Florid*

reevuroM ft program and Ernut N. Smith gen.oral m.pII be published. before lbsopening fort j aubmergtng.Th mire '_to. arreeted sew will be I' : I
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of the winter L
...' of tbs A A. A, l. in .nest InformattoB mason.Ta.glbi. held for trial batol'O.Ilia* United
Florid BOW to consult with lit In th*
State court on charge M Mated.Key .- ,
The opoakor said moro motorujUtad
development of plan for nut OMUKMI. =
Wo bellev' that this. will bo "*ry oeme Into tho eUte' and had sons Went CIUssn.mAHEAIiMElf. fin the office of Solicitor of the Criminal Court of Record.

helpful to sway Melton of tins etat*. further loot sworn than over before = =
and Uo fact thatHh" eartographlnifaollltl and declared that compute Information ADTCRTIHEH -

** and the staff writers and In tangible form retarding the King Tutaakh'Amen a* advcrtloet' THEY ARE GOING TO ELECT

photocraphor of tho A. A. A. will etato'o points of Interest would mil- Of note wa described TneadayLul by I

Bonototrato their tt.nUoo will mean II ply tins traffic rapidly. H. will tour Wiley, business manager of tin I

that lbs tams of Florida M a tourIng tins Bats ..roanatl,. I. tho Interest N* wTork Times In an adder before '
lbs convention of the Booond dietrtet .
state will ho ptaoed bfor motor- of tbo project; In. oo-operatloii with -

I... la Ovary data la lbs Union and the ehambere of oo.m_ Aaeaclatod: AdvartMnn' clings of ill "

..11. ..Utiwt touring information will Mr. Smith ....4 there were 109 nowmotor tins World i! i
formed In tins Unlt.dstates "Tut-aakh-amon know lbs fundamental ==
bo on file In every motor slab>> In lbs
this year and that thoaa together of advertUlng." Mr, Wiley
lluoul InforvuUiooi with plan for chipping automobile declared. "Ho tad hi.*own slows and 2

by water, would.add greatly coat of arm stamped en host of his. _3' ).
Kraoot N.
In dlMiioNlaK tin matter
1, tho promotion of tourist bunlneee.HO belonging. H* accompanIed Bin. text :: I__ =
Hmlth, general maaacNT o( la* Amortn
praloed the hotel and other tacllltlea with good inuetration, full of life depicting _
Automobile I AMooUtloa Bald:
1 of tin state and advocated hlmeelf In battla *n th* huntIng
our ooout oar u well aa tourists
more effort to make accommodation fl.141"1.... homage from hi"
,rtP rt gnat dlirtalilUoo In reaching
Florida, owing to Inaaourat road Intrmallon fit all puno enemies. i
; Tina data _lori, war featuVed "H. knew! what peonU wanted :and I
. on routs and
by an addreot by Earl: Brown of the IM! not go lots too much detail having
fho A. A. A. la now in yrocoM .t adJiutlng I
DeLBBd*chamber In which ho pointed much to th'o'lmaglaaUon of lbs
this dMTIavRf oHabll.hlnOntnil ==
out mat ooonomlo sad other adv*.. i Mr.. Wile, praised tin alcrtneo of
; stations whova _ural. road I
I tags of maintaining motor camp. modern newspaper Y =
tarormatlon oan. bo toured Bad sm.ppanny Tile address of ....._* wa. made h//' Unto, h* knew the value of my.. d ,
road ....... utatlon whoro oartnvmbtro = =
by Mayor Torrent lake of Sanford fut're. Although centuries ahead of '
may rooolvo tho arcs typo
I responded to by K B. Robinson of toy and pulenoo,"
el wrvloo that la available. In the
Woo Film Beaah.KutiJrcU. I
north mlddlo west and Pacific Coavt.Wo 3
I>fcnw* d "AnnF.H
hops to bars tho oorvloo. oomplotd -
The plan for a. emUftKlyo a4v.r- Tb* Telrphoa Operator "ThU old 3 5
br N v mbor 1. .u
I hung ojrapalcn In the Internet of party. la very t ..,."
-Our work with cabs Florida D v*|. .
Florida tourist builne ..* urged Her Aceempllc l *--Can't help Itth I Ias.
Board will bo to ,.,. ouch .
cpraent pro by Karl tahnaoa of tho,Florida 11e- Un* be want I* .11.*,." I'
Bloluro .l Florida aa will Indue I II
velopmidt Board: B talk oppootag 'Tee him 4 wrong ..umboI'I' .''-
nuttortiU to earns ....1. and stay Isis
Jut *UIt, tour* by U F. Dickie of .
.In Florida and Invootlcato all parts of OLD
Tampa oeveral luncheon talk o SAME THIirO
the itato, boeauM of Fins varltd tory = W t,
reproarataUve of carrions aa address "What did yea nay when Jack akd Ca
that will bo placed boforo them. Tho
on eo-epratloa of realtor sad.omm.t.O yon for a klssY'"Banc
American Autoraobilo Association to a ." I I
ahamber. by J B Mat old 110111.What" ,
national cIvU body Jut lbs Florida -
u 4
lox of Kuotl: and a discussion of he do8am ? ir
Hoard I 1s n Into clvio =
Devotopmcnt lbs poultry Industry .anil mean of old thing.Awgwun. _
body. Aa a non-profit sharing orfmatMtloa -
developing lbs back Country by Mr. -
our coq purpoao and activity Brown and othersPreddset 1 wilts I was a Uttl tex = '

U to repronnt lbs motoruMo CIt tko Wllll. 1Powell of Lake A oetUn on 4 hill!

country In a. lofUlatlvo way aid to County, presided. Mr Smith donated A-doln' nothln' all day long Robt !
..., and thoronthly I R.TayorJr. I
make motor travel -
two) prlaaa, en* of III and anotherof But just Mttln1 U1I. ,

nndorotood.rktmi |1* for lbs beat and second boat I _.Ido'& 04, I _'eln" drink.I .

of norld paper read. during th. convention. wouldn't even Wish;

-W. tabs the bumpa Out of motor- !Tbs ntlendane warn lbs Urged In I'd Just Kt there' 4 lb....... years == '. =

bug. sad fool confident that our a*. tho history of the convention. A.. reel ..,..It, by goahr C.

:: 4 Mr. Taylor's Supporters Are Now Numbered.

,, By the Thousands and Are Increasing Daily"BOB"i

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Judge of. the Criminal Court I'' < H"l OverwhelmingV H \ I

of I Dade : + : 4.i :' ,
Record County '

I, [V I '' IViajorityVOTE ,a j"; ;. f ,;

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Will uphold decency and law-enforcement: in Dade

County. His former record as"Judge" 'of this' co it is" hoc ;FOR HIM

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recommendation for th MMj jj. J f Jr j. ,1. \ '

R. V./WATERS; Ckmpign Manager Robt. R. Taylor

'ii -' ". Solicitor Club "; ", .j

HE WILL BE ELECTED NEXT TUESDAY !5 i' 201 E. Flitler St., New Tatum Bldg, Phone 844&43J5Thta

BiUingsley for Judge Club =i -

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May29.1824 THE HOMESTEAD LEADER. Pile Hero:




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I Read the Facts : Decide for Yourself :, [

The Vote for Increased Millage I
f { The Three Available Funds

Do to a taM-wld agitation for better school facilities a Plate eoaellt1aUo"ol i

1. Before on* can Intelligently dlacu the financial a/fair of Dad County. School System Amendment ... passed which enabled lbs people' of X>ad. County t 0 increase their ,
H I i. aeoeeaary t* clearly nndcntand that thr ar* three *para... and dlntnct available school tax levy from thirteen mill M twenty mill, which, under all ordinary. elroiuu.tanoea 't
fund* Bm.lyt Th Bond or Building Fund, the Interest and Sinking Fund, aid the would b* amply auftlc ant to operate the achool at the highest degree of
Maintenance Fund. efficiency without tilt Beeveelty for other than ..*..naili. MODO",. ,

The Bond or Building Fund Why the Annual Shortage ? t t.A.

miST The Bond or Bvlldlnr Fund I* that by which any ono district ta legally per .
mltted to vow bond for the purcba of a building elt. .. and tb* erection of a certain. xplalnd shore, under ordinary elreu......_ lbs present mlllar would b*
t apoott\\.. school building and furniture therefor la that particular dletrtct. Th. money utriolent to operate tbs echooU la first class shape, but because of the heavy burden w
derived from th* Ml* ot cuch bond!cannot.* ued for the malntnanot or the operation of debt awumed from the former AdmlnlmraUon It was taut year, and will be thl
of achoola. or for any other purpose than above peoifled In that particular dUtrlotla pear necessary I* save approximately |...(.* Out of the General lohool Fund, to
,.wWch the bond .**... 1 It voted. apply a* principal and Interest upon thl old debt. That I* why It wa, and will eontlou h.
i yr ,
HI t* be,' neeeaaary to ooonomlw In every way poeeibl. Thai I* why moat of the schools
::. were operated under tho Double Hraelon Plan
.' The d i'
Interest\ Sinking Fund ,
Last year the Board not only operated the schools within the Onwal ........ t
Budget but actually Saved |....... Next year they will not only have to save |''.0''
SECOSO;>> 1'h.' Interact and Sinking Fund to provided by a certain portion of tae fund.
from the Budget to apply *n the old IndebtedntM but they are threatened with *Jl
required by $h. *tat. taw to b* .*t Mid I*, each turtrtct for the lament of building, Increase of 11% la enrollment In taco of an ...111I.... Inoreato of only 11% )* avail
bond when they become d.., sod t* meet the Internet payment pa ouUrtandlng fcond able tax fund This difference between the ,.re.D.... of avaJlabl. tax fund and the
from; time to Urn*. Ihl. ihar of the tax money. asset lit u4 Jor any other purpo**. otttmated Increu la enroll.....te threaten, to create a ihortac of at lat 141,'00,

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"" The Maintenance Fund This Js the sole and sufficient reason why the present School

.. Board proposes to enforce a program of strict economy by .sacrificing

THIRD-Th* MaJnteoaae* Fund. eoneurtlag ot the pnra| Fond and 'lh. DMrlct
those things which are shown to be least essential
Fonda, I* alai obtained tbjrougfc taxation. It I*' a oortaln pronUc ot .otl.ot.4t.rt,
.., Ip.dtled by law to lit need for the operation and maintenance ot an the schools
.la th* oouat,. I.

; ''We' ,wish<, to make' It plain. That" under existing;,state laws it b unlawful A Clean Record of EconomyThe use either the Bond Fund or the Interest. ,and Snking

"'>'''1 j Funds, for maintenance of the schools.FormetlFinancial. official record. .how that over a period of sixteen years,
the present administration is the only one that has operated the

Conditions schools within the budget. They not only did ths, but at the

m same time actually saved 20% of the General School Fund and

Y At the tlm the preWit administration took office, there wa* an Indebtedness .applied It on the old Indebtedness.
again the, General. School Fund of "..4l.00., which amount wa more than th*
aimUav tndebteOnteo of all UM other covntic ta Ii.. autte _w-cL
Records available In the School Board office aura. allow that tilt last time the

At that tl... tbero wa 'o money In the bank to pay th* teacher but the nw former Admloletratlon borrowed money to operate the School, It ot the taxpayer
.. Its for dlMOWtt and Interest. Compare thl with the soul of money borrowed this
board finally aocaeede4/ borrowing from the bank, the amount of uuoolleeUd taw.
which Title) saving effected U varlou but
IH % wa
year only way
and by a* dolor kept the cboohi running a* long at thl* none held out. The fund
through Intimate knowledf and oprleneo of bank which enabled
.' available from taxe that year being oven "mills t than the prowtnt rot, len ft h rtat principally usages
the financial of Board U take adraatat of each out la borrowing from the
; brad tha
of 110.000, which amount the BW board we. oompUd to borrow from the people'
bank" each loan from week to week th current tax were collected.At .
and by repaying aa *
by popular ubrrlptloa la order to avoid cloclnf the oeboola, These of you who wore
rwldent of Dad County at that tin will remember that tale court woe oaly I r*.
sorted to after "peated eo"f rno btwn banker" ,.",. ... and varlou styli l .... the theft tile present School Board eeeumed office they found that there wa n*
lanlaatloaa Including the Miami Chamber of Commtrc It wa finally admitted, afterevery money. In any ot the Interest and Wnklna Fund, with which to pay off bond a* they
dlMuwed other beams duo. Interact oocponi being prevented every day war left unpaid. Today all
pos Ible plan bad bet, fully that there wa no oeu.OIt open .
,, coupon and bond. are paid when duo, and besides. we have a balauo In the bank
but for the popl of Dad County to .II. tip the drflcleacy out of their own pocket A
. .i': : '4t. for the time being at lost, *. until ldlaU oould b. aactd to nlltv the cm of Dad County of |...,.... Interest and SinkingFund*. deposited la savings account*.
dltlon brought about by Intuinclent mlllac. ",,;*.,which th* taxpayers art reeelvlni 4% InterMt.

It will also. bo remembered that wba the present School Board aaiumad office

tkr*,war* seven bulldlnn ta tilt county unflntalwd Pondt had ba duty:voted forth Our Policy
purpose erecting these bnlldltiia, butth pew board found that "rt of thf
fund had bn nd for tb* purpose of paying teacher aalari.**. It use therefore, r
BtcMMry to vet other bond IMC** t* omplt these buildings.
F t "The policy .t tM present School Board hoe ""II, and alweae will .... to operate
The schools withie tile Budget Th..14 4ob"'ne. aid tilt steady annual Increase
The Sale of the Central School Property Ia the lImber .f pupil.. u compared with the p.rooatago ot increase I. available tu ymoney.
levied through tumi 4 valuations always ono year bshind lbs "m.., should
" mpbaalM. to any fair minded person lbs difficulties ender which tilt present admtnl
k la order .. reduce the ..llIIotIluurmouatnbla hordes of Indebtedness, th* people, tratloa ha ba opcratlnf the Publl School SyeMra.Wo .
. q through advice from the School Board and after a therwrt .Ucu .lon by the entire
a;.' I community voted to *.D the Central School property for Mil lt', thereby m blln& ask the taxpayer and patrons of Dad County to consider tae fact: that the
them to builds.>> new and better bulldlnf. known a* the Ada Jlerrttt Junior Hlrt School preeent admlnuAratoa bee mad good U face of th* handicap enumerated above,
and at lbs cam time, karlne a balance of approximately U...flO., from which amount If the people sat fit t.'endoroe our peat effort by voting for u to retrain, caw ...., t*,
the:people wr fleet repaid. Ik. 0oy thy had (voluntarily advanced, and tIM remainder give the aaeuraao that w* will continue t* do everything la our power to lure*** thofoftloleney
tba. applied ea th* eU11o1 dollar IndeMednen. agalnat tb* School of tho ocboolav and at the earn Urn reduce the. burdea of. Ia4btdoe* placed
Fund. vpoa them by former dmlnl. < "'UO'". .,, y t
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Page Twelve THE HOMESTEAD LEADER Thursday, May 29, 1824

I lie Judge : He' Is Up Against A Spirited Defense_ by )J8 1WEUTHe

T41r l0U PSIi / TlR71MOMYUiARGiC JUST WHAT 1! )IpJRp c-----

ttilitt MpT11 Ii T71N7 you SOLO A60TTIE FEM36 ? JUDO DO I LOOK

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0* uquM LIKE 1.11[ KINO OF A

Cl1 CUM rAMT7ALtV1 s& A pAAH tHrVT WOULD Sf IVABontr '

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t.i.iivKNTi; ( jri>iriAi, rut, veHANNAH. In Clianrery Old mattraaw ...... new for trill. Office Hour: Jl-11; .-, IH-UO Calumet Bulldlnr
CUT, IN AND FOIt )A1>KCOUNTr L. O'DONNBLL., Defendant.II CLEMENTINB!: JONES Complainant Office Telephone till ,
KLOK1DA appearing by affidavit appendedto venueTHORNTON Our truck will U In Homestead lb. Residence Telephone 1471 MIAMI: FLORIDA
In ('h..itrry the bill filed In the above stated M. JONES Defendant tint Tuesday of the _nth. Drop
cause that Hannah L, O'Donnell the HIM lUll DIVORCE poet card to FLORIDA MATTRESSCO.
O. L UoDOWELL, Complainant Defendant. therein named to a BOBrealdeat It appearlne by affidavit appendedto .
llll N. B. Fleet Avenue. Miami
verauaStnuCE of th* 8UU of Florida, and the bill filed In the above stated
McDOWEIJ Defendant.OKDHH that her place of residence to unknown cause that the residence of ThorntonM. Florida. Phone 1701. DR. \V. B. JORDAN At Home
or I'Vnl"C"1'1 to the complainant; that there 1 to no Jones, the Defendant therein named
II appearing affidavit append, person In the Slat of Florida, the I* unknown; that there I. no person f FOB BALE j DR. B. F. ECKMANOffice
to the bill. .l"n the above statsd tervtco of a aubpoena upoi whom In the State of Florida, oho .......Ie.of [ ..:.. Orfk I, Dome 'Bldlf S ,
MUM that Runic McDowell, the D*. would bind such Defendant; and.thet a subpoena upon whom would bind I FOR SALE: Grocery ator and meal i hour
fendant therein named, U a non-real she to over the age of tw'nty>on* such Defendant that the Defendant Phone US Homeotead, Fin. Ito 30am1toIp.mdatlyJ.
dmt or th* Slat ef Florid* and torwrtdeat year, It to therefore ordered that .....d.oa.ld..t la over the are of twenty-one year; market no dead Mock.: Will accept
ot Orwnvllle. South Carolina, Defendant bo and aha It la therefore ordered that said Defendant Ford .automobile aa part pay
la hereby. required to to the Bill be and h* I* hereby requiredto
14 Lawrence Street; thai there I* 110 appear I
ment. Box
person )I. the State ef Florida, the e..rvim of Complaint filed la said cause on appear to the BUI of Complaint ; -. .. Hom..t..d..u
of a ...bpo.... upon whom would or before Monday, the Ind day .t filed In sold bind such Defendant; and that the Jun., X D. 1124. otherwise the all. I dry the Tth day of July, A. D. nit, FOR BALE: Year old Brow Le' John B. Tower M.D.
Defendant I I. over Ire are of twenty ration of sold. bill will be taken aoonfeeeed > I otherwise the alteration of said bill A. SMITH, M D.
one yeah; It I. therefor ordered that by said Defendant. will be taken a* eonfeaaed. by seed Defendant > hen, of excellent laying train.

aid non-reeldent Defendant b* sod It la further ordered that erdef b. Price reasonable, 'Mr*. peter pttnon X-Ray Treatment. Phone 61-10
It to further ordered that order b* ,
he U hereby required to appear to I published one a/ week for eight onaecutlv
Modello. Address Home.stead
I near -
the Bill of Complaint" filed In sold week la Th HomeeteadLeader published one a week for eight con- Phone 13-7
oau** on or before Monday, the tin a newspaper published 'In seoutive week In The Homestead K. F. D. 10.11 Office Hours 3 to 4
day of Jun., A. D. 1114, otherwise said County and Dlat leader, a newspaper published sold I
the alletatlon of sold bill will betaken This AprU trd, n... County and State.
a* eonfeawd by bald Defendant
It to further ordered that .rd.r be Ct Ct. Seal) Clerk Circuit Court (Ct Ct Seal) Clerk Circuit Court at home of Wm. Van Winkle, A. W. JONES Private Ambulance
published cure week By H K MoCluney. By H. F. MoCluney,
a for four coasoutlve Redland Road.
week In The IlomeMe Deputy Clerk n.. Deputy Clerk Piano Tuner and Repairer W. H. COMBS CO.FtTKERAIi

Leader, a n.wapaper published la sold BART A. RILET FOR BALE-Bungalow 1H block be**....... MU fl...Teem.Chart .
County and 8tat Solicitor for Compl..lnant.n I IX' THE' CIRCUIT COURT FLEV ,
Till loth day of May, A. D, 1M4. II I LNTH: JIDICIAL CIltTUir' from high *oh
Ct Ct. Seal) Clerk liEN Circuit RHEPARD.Court I' I. THE CIRCUIT COURT, FI.EVKNTH DADE n'Nrt. FLORIDA grade achool. Address V. F. Booth, FLORIDA CITY FLORIDA 27-2 N. E. let Street these 3211
Clianrcry 15-33 N. B. tad
Ave.. these 1399
By H. F. MoCluney, ;, JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IlIINTENTIDI: REALTY COMPANY. A Box; 111 Homestead Fla, 44-tf. .
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IN THE: CIIUJl'IT COURT F1EV J. CLEVKNQER: WM.venue B. MATHKWS!: AND MAROA FOR BALE; Suit of furniture. Fourpleot Miss Marion ConklinDoctor Albert Tower Summers M.D.

fcNTIt: JIDICIAL rilM-UIT, venue RET: E. MATHEWB. HIS WIFE, American walnut Will tell of Osteopathy
DAUB {tOliNTY, FI4MUD4 8. N, CLKVENOER.: DIVORCE Defendants at aaorlfle a. owner .to leaving 111 Calumet Building Dieaaaee *l Lye. Ear Ness' nt ThreatI .
It affidavit append
In appearingby
llianoeryHELEN It app.arlnr by affidavit appendedto to the bill flied In the above elatecauee out,. Must bo ea to be appreciat 1, Opposite' EMu Club THATCHER, Complainant, the bill filed In the above staled Phone 4171 Miami, Fla. I
Os.Ailbn'y. eaiiM that 8. N. Clevtntnr, the Defendant that K. Mathewa Wm. E., Mathew his wife, andMargaret the ed. Apply Mr. R. L. Kennedy. Son f to'h....._ ....nut

Thatcher, Defendant therein named. I* a non-real- Defendant therein named are nonresidents I I at Mr*. A. T. Jackaon'a near Episcopal -
It apptarinr. by affidavit appended dent of the Slate of Florida, and that of the State ot Florida, and Church ".If.
U the bin filed In in* abort atatedcaua I aid Dfndant' e"n"l. unknown their place of realdeno aro unknown
Aubrey Thatcher the' Defendant ) that there the to Complainant; that then la no person .
therein named I. a ion-real Stat of Florida, the service ot a subpoena In the State of Florida, the aer..loeDt FOR RENT
dent ol the State of Florida, and that upon whom would Ieb sock a subpoena upon whom would bind R. B. SCHALLERN DENTIST
Me plan' .f reeldtno to
unknown to Defendant! and that h* over theage such Defendant; and that thee Do FOR RENTI New tlv-room house
the complainant; that there to no It I there- Specialty of Extractions and
per of twenty-ono year) fondants are each over the age .f
eoa la the mate of Florida, the nrvlo fen ordered that sold noa-realdent twenty-one year*; It to therefore ordered and rarac oa Baa Pablo Avenue Orthodontia
of a subpoena upon whim would bind Defendant bo and h* I* hereby re- 1 that sold non-r Ident Defendant and ROM Street Houe never been Attorney at Law
urk Defendant; and that he to over qntr.d to appear to the Bill of Com. be and they are hereby requiredto l+. t4 T4 MenU Clm*BtlUbtg
the sea of twonty-ono wan; It to filed. in sold eases nit. of bee appear to the Bill of Complain occupied. Writ C. A.'Gale, ad

therefore ordered that laid non-reel lore Monday, the 7th day"of JutA A. flled In sold cause on or before Monday. drew Homeitead. "-tf. Speculiiiof in Land Title Law
1 dent Defendant be and lie I* bereb, t). HHi otherwise the allegation ef the Mventh day of July A. D.
required to appear to lilt bill *t Complaint sold bill will b* taken a* aonfed 1114, othorwlae the allegations: >f said FOR RENT-Four .u apartments
filed In weld cause en or before ROYAL PALM
said Defendant.It
bill will b*taken a* Confused by said<
Monday, the Ind day of June, A. D I. further ordered! that order kepubllehed Defendant and one '.room apartment at aum- .Second Floor Horae BId,.

llll, otherwise the allegation of said onoe. a week for eight consecutive It I. further ordered that order b mer rate. Apply Mr*. W. J. Carter HeMterf Fieri. BARBER SUSP
bill will bo taken a* eonfeamd by paid. WMk In The Homestead published once a week' for sight eon
Defendant.It leader, a newspaper publlah.d In said I ecutlv week In The Homestead< Dixie Apartment, Telephone ,,..
to further ordered that order be County and Stat : Leader a newspaper publlahed In sold. ..... 10-11
publlahed. once a week for eight eon Thl May let 1114. County and State w. want your bualnee and will
aeoutlve week In The Homestead BEN SHEPARD: Thla April loth 1IJ4. appreciate. It.
Leader, a newspaper published In saidUonnty (Ct. Ct. leal) Clerk Circuit Court, BEN SHEPARD, Want Ads Arc Effective APARTMENTS R Hat 1SES
and State, By H. F. MoC'uney, (Ct Ct Seal) .
Thto 1114. ByIHkF.IMooClluney FOR RENT OR FOR SALE
April Ird Deptity Clerk. \There Mowry" ..... ".. ....
BEN 8TIEPARD SIM BON BLOSBERO. Deputy Clerk: By the o..e.P. .
} (Ct. Ct 1k&1) Clerk Circuit Court. Solicitor for Complainant 41-4 BART A. RILEY, t* WEBSTER:
Dy H F. atoCluney, Solicitor for Complainant 4T-I. J. II. ROBERTS Prop.
Prop El Patio Apartment ,
Deputy Curl
Bolloltor for Complainant 41-11 Jl'DIOIAL CIRCUW, lie THE: conmr jrtTDOFrs COURT
IN AND FOR DADE k'liiiuiiiiiuuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiieA.CALBRECHT:
I* rharairry COUNTY FLORIDA : EngineerRoom
la ri Eatato of LAVINIA, B1OELOWDeoaand. .
LI.KVPNTH. : JJl'DlrlAri CIR. versusENA ,S Home Building I
FLOKWAIn It appearing by affidavit appended NOTICE or INTENTION TO MAKE Homestead Fit, SEE J. C. VANN
fiiaaoery t* the bill filed In the above stated ATPIJCATION' FOB FINAL ,AGENT rORfERTIUleAJ' |
MARIE BROWN Complainant,
venue therein named to a noa-rael- Notice to hereby given that 1 will | FORMarketing
ERNEST BROWN Defendant dent .f the Slat ot Florida, and -. Water Supply
find of A. D. 1K4preeent
on the day July, ,
oiutKit or rvMMCATioir her plane ef realdeuoa to unknown I* to the Honorable W.'F.: Blann. Paving DrainageSubdivlslose 2 and elf kind of spraying 5
It by affidavit filed In that there I* no
appearing the Complainant Fruits and
.. County Judge of Dad County,
material S
real the
this Florlda.\
the above elated cause that person In the State of
riorida, my final report and voucher,
I ot Ernest Brown. tilt Defendant .ervlc of whom
dene a aubpoena pea
and ask for the approval ot earn andapply 5 Sprarlnr and fertUUIna don S Vegetables
I therein named, U unknown tootthen would bind each Defendant and thatshe for final discharge In the Estate
to no person In the Slat of .. over the age ot tventy-on 'of Lavlnla 81...'_. .......... 3 by sentraotTELEPHONE
Florida th. service upon whim would ) It to there fere that
I bind such defendant and that the wide."-..... .. lace and 1U Dated day at of Homeatead May, A. D. .Florida..U.W. thl il lillgil s 3 t.. iii'tIIIllIIIIllIIllIllIllIllIlIllIIllIlIllIlIllIlIlFn Homestead, Fla.
defendant la over th. ate .t twenty.OEOKKED. she la hereby required to appear to M. BRADLEY.
the Dill ot Complaint tiled la sold Eieoutor of the Estate; of LavlnlaKlfelow
: cause oa or before Monday, the Deeeaeed. 10-4
;s that sold Defendant be and b* la reuqlrad seventh day .f July, A D. 1(14,
to appear to the BUI of C.... otherwise the alletailona of sold bill
plaint filed la sold cause .n .r before will bo taken a* eonfoeeed by sold If' THE! CIRCTTTP COURT FIEV' CONTRACTORAND FLORIDA MOTOR TRANSPORTATION CO.
Monday, th* second day of J m*. A. >*fendantIt KNTH JUDICIAL ClrUiUIT,
D. 1014. otherwise the allea-atloni ot to further ordered that order t* DADE COUNTY n.olUDAJUZADITHID MIAMI TO FLORIDA CITY FLORIDA CITY TO MIAMI
some will b* tahoe aa aeed Ly published one a week for eight eon- CLEAVE
sold d.t.lld.nt. ecutlv week. la Th. Homestead : Complainant BUILDERCan a.m. a m. Deno. p m p.m. m a.m. p.m.

IT II FURTHER ORDERED that .*ad.r, a bewspaper'publishnd In aaldtounty I lam .... .....0:001 :001:001001 : u b'lorlda City a 30:301OO ;1e
order b* published once a week for and Slat Larkln .......... : 10:33 1:10 1:11: 10:10: Homestead 740 10:40 1:10 4:40
CLEAVER bualnea
make for
lent oonsecuUt week In Th Thin Apr IOtkHE1514.N ALFRED : Defendant I I plan nay Kendal ........ t:80 11:10: 1:10 1:10 10:10 Modello ......, 7:43 10:41 1:11 4:41
Homestead leader, a Mwapaper pub- IIHJPARD: It appearlnr lt affidavit appended building er reald.nooSpaalak Henson ......1:11 10:11110; list 10:11 Naranla x..1:50 10:10 1:30 4:10:
liaised I* sold County and Mat. Thto (Ct. a. ....1) 'clan ,. .. the bill the above Mated Rockdale ....0110 10:00: 1:11 0100 10:10 Princeton ..7:11 10:111:11 4:11
H. s souse that Alfred Cleaver th. Dndant *- Ferns. .....,.
,.1Ja day ,t MCtCtBeal ... By F. M 0:44 10:04 1:44 0:44 10144 Black Point 7:17 10:17 1:17 4:1?
t therein named to a non-real- bungalow n fpedaltyEaUmat Peters ..._.._
HEN SltEPARD. Deputy Clerk: 0:41 10:41 3:41 1:40 10:4. Gould, ..;., 0:01 11:01 1:111:01
( ) Clerk: Circuit court. BART A. RILET deal of tho State! of Florida, and that Oould. ... .. 0:0110:111:001:0110:00 Peter, .w........ .0:11 11:111:411:11:
MoClun.y, Solicitor for Complainant, 4T-1. his place of reatdene to unknown to Black print 0:1111:011:01001111:00; .
By H. r. : and akotclM obewfullyabmhwd Perrlns ..... : 11:111:411:10
Clerk. the Complainant ... that then Ua Princeton .. 0:17 11117 1:07 1:07 I1t07 .
|| |1 Deputy Rockdale ... :10 11:3 sle 1:10
!If TirE fTRniT COURT OF'THE potion In the Slat of Florida, theservice Iareeo ....._, 0:10 11:10 1:10 (::10 1110 Renton ..._, .1:30 11:30 1:11 1:11
JUDICIAL Olft. of a subpoena upon whom Modello .,._._ 0:10 11:10 1:11 1:10 1 ;10 Kendal .....,
IN' TILE C-mCl'lT COinRTT OF THE rJ.FTKNTIt: : would bind auch Defendant) and that Il.mestead ., : 11:10 3:00 0:10
CUT: It AND FOII H\DH Phone tt10HontMteM. .0:1011:101:101001110: Larklu ., $:1011.1001:000:11
riKtlUTIH .
EIV': ,"'H M'PICIAIi tilt Defendant to over the .. of Florida City 0:0011:001:101:101180: .
n.onw.\ Mlaml .. .....
AM> FOIL I)AON COVN wenty-on yean; It to therefor ordered : : ; :
TT. FLOKIBA la (ttiutrrryUCILLB that sold aoa-reildeat Defendant Fin Subject to change wkhout noun.,
In MAOILL. Complainant.verau bo and he to to .
OiancOTy hereby required
'Ii! IDA E. MORRIS, Complainant.vereua appear to the Bill 0( Complaint Iliad FOR JACUONYILLE.i .
',# MILTON MAGiLtlafondont. I. sold cause on or before Monday
H. M. MORRIS, Tefeadent ORDER OF Pt'BMOATIOIf the seventh day at July A. D.
ft Olini.H OF PVBIJ 3ATIOW It appearing by affidavit appended otherwise the" allecatlon ef' -. .
It appearing by affidavit appended ,10 the bill filed. In th* above slated will b* taken aa eonfeoaed by laid ,

I therein named and that sold the etat of Florida and to a rnlrnt published one a week for elcht eon- ,
:Defendant' residence to .nk>own; ef Lee Aiwetee. California, til eeooU.O woke la Th Homestead
,J.;, that there to n* person In the Stets ef Male Ftr..t| that there to no worms Leader, a saw paper p hltohd In sold TOUR GROVES: THIS MONTH AND NEXT
Florida the Mrrlot *t a subpoena upon /a the Slate at Florida the service oftubpaeaa County sad Stale
whom would bind suck Defendant and III uooo whom _.ld bind Thto April Iptn.: 1.... V
'1 that the XMfeadaat to over the ago of I suck Defendant and that the Dofend- BEN BHSPARD, if /, | THAT GOOD NAPP BRAND ,
i r '' let to over tilt age of tw.atyonesold (Ct Ct Seal) Clerk Clreut Court ,
)... IT TtKlSrOMI ORDERED rea>*i It to tb..toro......... that By H. F, MoCluaey. "h. NON-ACID FERTILIZER
that sold Defendant H. M. Mom be on-ruldent Defendant bo and Deputy puert.;
and ho to hereby ro.utred to appear to he to hereby required to appear to the BART A. RtLKT. 'J t t V .'t
the Hill *f ComXalat la sold MUM Bill ef Complaint filed In laid MO* 'Solicitor for Complainant 4f-l., 1.1 C.asY a lle. A. *,. Wbklard, Ceps a. .v pleas .. _-. ..l a" _
01 or before Moaday the ttk day of I Di or befor Monday, the lord day ftMna. I ..
July, A. D. "14. *therwlM the alleatlon A. D. IMt. otherwise the alto-
;r *ned.IT ..( aid bill will lie taken M I'Coe nss.dfhoJsaid. Defendant will b* takea M CT' A BROADWAY STRJEKt CAR lao M anow poet OROVES tnanntc tack 'r tn. use nt Non-Add .**..... i

, eonft+Ia FURTHER ORDERED teat It to further order thai order beuMUhed Flnt Kladtrrartea Teacher.-'And LABORATORIES AND OFFICES
.eh for fo..* *..-
once a week: for I
b* publtah.4 children have T"
0 sight eonaeoutlvo week la The H_.. I..eutlv* _... la Th BomenteadMder hewmay yes 103 N. E Second Street Bliss Building phone 6673
U bald Se.nd K. TvacherTbrty( l L"
; toad leader, a ..we,.,.. published I 1 a aowapapof publWiodl
':la raid. county and *tt.. County and Mat. Tint K. Teacher Talrt -el L"

TIlle 11d day ..t.rM\:ARD, Thus. IJth day of BEN May SUBPARD., A.: IX Ittl. Pat (In seat ahead)-.lay, what FLORIDA EAST COAST FERTILIZER CO.

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Pap' Fourteen THE HOMESTEAD LEADER I\\. TtaOTdajr Kay 1924
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For County Commissioner Ilr I R'he Churches ] J ANNOUNCEMENTI

hereby announce my candidacy for reelection -

I hereby anneuoe mr oadi4ey Mr MMemmllner eNSN $f oomlr. aa member of the Board of Public Instruction
for tile Itftb DMTM, DIM f)0t.ety. .reet M ttI BAPTWTTk Florida Qty Comnuntty to the Democratic
District No. 3, Dade County, subject -
fetlen of the Demo wiUo primary 11M I. I ..... C. N WW1. .r. naeterimdny TIN ..... O If. rreemaa. June 3.
....... tt t:U a. m, A, J- day MheM at 1 0 a m. J. primary
0. H. SULLIVAN Dm* ("............1; reaohU- at euperlntendentt preaching at a.--l LiVINGSTON
S. E.
C I I *10.m.&id I:M p. m.: B. Y.P.U,, and TIO p. in.14dlaadThe.
; = M ,110 p m.. AW CIdI pllell. p'lude0t .. a.., w.
gS (p'H Political Advertietmeat) i irilllllllllimilltlllllllllllllHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIII = ,. Paid Politloal Advrtlem)
j .Ior. Preaching eenrleet
/ IIIIMIIIIIMIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIlf. .. ... .. ..-- Morning .....: "Boutfcern Bapiietln Sundfy school at llv, MM. Stella "': -- -. ..
l.M"i *vnlnf ..,m"la: "IWiat, Tomer, ..uperillWIId..tIpwortll
I Kla4taW' &afrm*.)4 & *.. rfnd, league at t:10 p. M, Walter Roller
i ;< County WaktrPreyw preeldent:' To the Democratic voters of

meeting; *..... VYednday, Morning eermonThe Great Uagnet" Dade County, Florida:
fal; ,Ie evenlngr etymon: "A Cake Not
FOR STATE SENATOR Ord. L Jtaatnee* '*Metn* M th*t Tamed." I\ announce my candidacy
' : '. Mi;jh.! Jiu! *i'OrMelilns Pit Jt>eat !.At'. meet agnla... together J for tlir ui fke ofCLERK
1 ind $..rroctlon." Soriptur"Mat: Where men Ood'* pre....* slog, I
y thew ..:.J.... :Mark ll-ll.: : LoktCHRISTIAW We'll never mind the weather OF THE
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fat go to oar king
I am a candidate for the Democratic nom- =
oil t from the Thirteenth SCIENCE' METHODIST, FREE
;nation for State Senator uoday aervlcee are held M the Florid C1ty. Th. Rev O. W. Hill

of Florida. Your vote and Loehri horn In Florid City at 11 of Lake Worth will lake the Rev A. 0 of Dad County, Fla., subject to the
Senatorial District I. m. lunday school at n:.. a. m.cnmcH Tanner'n place a* ....10.. At p,... Democratic primary on June f, 1114 .

U ant he will fill tile pulpit alternately y I am a native Floridian and have
support will be appreciated. or CHRIST
with the Rev Mr. Headley The Rev lived In Miami for the put ten year.
Corner of Pin ereou and l'IoeItrllet.
1 Mr. HiU will be her permanently on If elected I promle tile people of
Btble MudlM U
sq June i, .o Dado County a good, clean, bUlln_. wr
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preaching at 11 m. communion
II Sunday school el It a. m. Mr. Ilk admlnletratlon of the dutlei of
at UI U. Leaeon. directed by Elder
: BEN C. WILLARD Amoco McEwen.CHUIleH. W. J. Carter uperlntendnt: preach- my office.
I lnhatllh.iLand1:10p: m.

Service at school or auditorium GOD. METIIODIST-sorrnlfotn L. F. DRYSDALEPaid

9. Movry, paetor. Sunder school et wi a (Paid Political Advertleement) 10 a m, B. C. Murphy euporlmend-I .., putor. Sunday school at 10 anti .
J. L. Burton euperlntendent ( Political Advertleement)
eDt: preaching tervloe at 11 a. m.
: and I:00 p. m. young peoplef meet- Morning sermon: "CovetouaneM";
lop at T:00 p. m. Brother Henry Dod- evening cannon "TTie Right of Snffrege -
son, leader :'
Collate prayer meeting every W>dne Prayer meeting Wednesday evening
For Clerk of day evening at 1.10 1:00 o'clock.: Candidate for Tax CollectorI
l'errJne.-l11e W.
The dedication service of our new Rev. T. Whit-
place of worehlp will take place at worth paetor. Sunday school at Ita. I 3
Criminal Court 1:1t: p. m. lunacy June 1. Brother m. and Epworth League at 1,15 ,
a 4 W. O. Moo will preach tile eernon.Revival every week preaching at TIO every am a candidate for the office of tax collector *

eervlo will Mart this Bun- second< and fourth Sunday,
day Brother Moon will preach for ua. Prlnoetwh-The Rev. T. W. White of Dade County, subject to the will '
I hereby announce my candidacy Everybody welcome. worth paetor. Sunday school at f

for the office of clerk ef and preaching at 4. of the Democratic voters in the primary
EPISCOPAL Silver PIIIm."- e Rev T. W. Whlt- ,
the criminal oeurt of record. M. John' worth pastor, Junior; .
*-Rev. C P. Jackson Rec League at I a.
tor. Regular weekly services for the m. HUH Mary mien Wnltworth. an.p.rtntendentl June 3rd, '1924. Your support will be ap
Dad( Count/I subject U the will
euminer will be aa Mlowji: Sunday school at 10 ..
of the voter at the Delllocr.tloprlmllr Sunday school at to o'clock. MornIng m., E. & Kelly, ,luperlntendent Senior preciated. If elected I promise courteous
service and sermon at 11 o'clock League. at lilO p. m., Mia Gladys
Jua .I, tail.
No evening tervlce. The morning Anderson preeldent church service and efficient service. *
eervjoe on the last Sunday of each the tret and third Sunday of each
month will be tile Communion Service. month. at T.iO. ''I

: NEAL CABOT Prayer meeting every Tuesday. even
U1TIIERAl'f' Ing at I p. m.
St. John'e, ae'lan.-Th. Rev. OuMman E. D. V. BURR

.; pastor. Bervloee at I p. m. NABAJfJA COMMVNrrY CHURCH
In. Xngtlah the second Sunday of each The Rev. Dr.
(Paid PoliUcil Advertisement) Wm J. Carter, paetor (Paid Political Advertisement)
month) la German, the hut Sunday. Sunday school at I p. ..., Young
reoP...'. Society at T.IO: preaching -
>CilllllllllllllUMIIIIIIIirilllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll. lllMIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIMLI METHODIST EPISCOPAL service at I:00 p. mAll are Invited t
= t The White Stone UomMtead-The .
:: eI aev. W. .. Oray, .
I FOR CLERK school at 10 a. m. Capt C. S. Hough Service held In Odd Felt.". Hall For Tax Collector
euperlntendoat. worship, 11 a. m. Sunday evening at TtIO p. m.

OFCRIMINAL I .Florida Man Finds discovery after five year of study I hereby announce my I
New Alfalfa' Species and obee""lL Oft. He first sprung II.prl
candidacy for the officeof
I Near Jacksonville of the plant growing In one of
COURT his pastures among the weeds. He Tax Collector of
noticed that It wee peculiar and he ,
Sinus the announcement S few day 'I Dade County, subject to I
then thought it a species at clover '
t ate that a new species ef Alfalfa, peculiar
the will of
the in
Saving the seedy he planted. an
To the PublicI to Florida soil and Florida oli.seats
:- f baa keen duwovered by J. J. Lotan. acre In ml* "peculiar weed" the following the.Democratic primary
chairman of Mayor John Aleop'i winter. H* found that It will
for r June 3. I feel that seven
hereby announce candidacy |
my acrlcultural committee, there have only grow In the winter time Hedlecomrcd
the office of Clerk of the Criminal Court of I .been numerous letter of Inquiry further that hog, eottle years in Dade County
from farmer over the state M to the and eblcken its the plant and fatten. office work qualifies me
i Record, Dade County, subject to the will of I merit of this plant It wa learned stthe el on It. for
the office I now ask
mayor' office last week. In du* time, he sent specimens I
; the voters at the Democratic primaries, June a Mr. togas a wealthy farmer and the plant to the Department et Afrit of the people of this

3rd, 1924. f fI cattle raJa .f Duval County believe FlorMn culture In department Washington ef and the county, and if elected I

that ... ha solves )1ortda'0cattle Both national and etate department, faithfully promise an
I have served the people faithfully for 1 feedlnc problem, And he I* taking the 1)4'seAl, pronounced It 4 new epeele efficient careful adminIstration
Urn and trouble to III Inform hit aeoclate *- et alfalfa, different to what they had ,
seven years as City Electrical Inspector. | cattlo-raleer ever tile etat*. ever seen before of my duties.

s H* ha promised lufflclent need of Mr. Logan I* offering his new dl.-
this; new plait to set out ene acre eovery to hi* follow --' .. over
I D. G. NIVIN |: to each of the flrat ten farmer who th* ttate. He belrkve It C will prove a BOB SIMPSON
art for them lie kimeelf J* foln' tremendoo benefit to Florida cattle
to plant 1(0 acre* in alfalfa this raleer. and perhaps will serve to I
g: (Paid Political AivertlMtneat) eMmiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiinniiiiiinii coning winter.ttr make Florida the leading cattle rale. (Paid Political \4y.rtJee..t)

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I N COURTEOUS, IF YOUDONT -fJl I, I wish to announce my candidacy for re-election. to. the

office of '
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I INDUSTRIOUS, Y HIM, l ': } 1..t(gOU1)..''tyj.'fQXt, Assessor .


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!{ ; June 3,1924


Ii 1 R. L. "BOB" HILL


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Statement to the Voters. D't. l ryF ,


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The campaign {1s drawing to a close, and in a few days you will have chosen which of several candidates',shall be your

.' sheriff for the next four years. The choice of all good citizens will be made, not for the benefit of the person chosen,'or. the person

choosing-but for the welfare and best interests of the people of the county. And it is therefore proper for all voters to knO\fj just. -:, .'':,.1 ,
I.- what each candidate stands for,and whether he is likely to carry out his promises and also it is in order that each candidate' frankly ,*'i.' ,

II> .....,.... discuss his fitness with those whose votes he asks. If the citizens know each candidate, what he stands for and*what he is tnost, ,-. ;)",. ,,,',, "
likely,,' to do when elected, then no one can complain of the verdict on election day. "*, -

.. With these facts in mind, I will make a few plain statements regarding my candidacy for the office of sheriff.A ,
',:', "."'" few days ago someone asked if I had announced my position. My position has been stated in every speech I have made -

t;Y and in every advertisement published in my OOh'alf. I admit I am a poor speaker, but I have spoken well enough to say in every
platform. appearance that
t; li;x L I stand for an honest, decent and efficient administration
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; :t ." The words honest-decent-efficient-faithful-are everyday words used by every man and woman, and by using them I meanw ,' *
exactly what I say-if I could make it plainer I wpuld. vt

i ,, ..*.4 ':' In every part of the county I have stated my platform the same-not one policy in Miami, another in Homestead, or Hialeah .t."", !;;':,' 'flr;
: ;'. r ; or at the Beach-but the same everywhere, in public speech, public print and private conversation. : ;, : "

r ,+4( :, .\' ':, Some people tell you the tourists must not be drive away, and anyway that it is not possible to enforce the law -<:' : : ..,'

', e r ';' ,' M,< I say: Why blame it all on the poor tourist ..$ W"1.?, ( .. : '

Are the conditions existing in this county today maintained* '.i): :( ;

for the benefit of tourists who are practically all gone backnorth ::. ,.,, ; f : or
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I believe I can be an honest and efficient sheriff without driving away tourists. I might discourage some people who come"herd to:;" s\k r

make money i in questionable ways instead of spending money on vacation enjoyments. \<

< ." I';.will admit no one can enforce the law one hundred per cent- :

xz but I say a sheriff CAN BE one hundred per cent honest/decent -':* ,", .}, ....;,,*" i 'A a
efficient and faithful in his enforcement of law. ,J :: '/ !,

Some laws will be violated from time to time, but I say that, there can be no widespread, acknowledged and continuous, openly

displayed contempt for law, unless the sheriff is either simple minded or willing. It is true that no sheriff should attempt to enforce

any one law to the exclusion of all others, but when a sheriff openly admits that he cannot or will not enforce any ONE law,

because the citizens do not want it enforced, then if be has guessed wrong-It is time to try a new sheriff.

This county is on the eve of a great growth; new people by the thousands are coming to stay; this is a new and progres- ...
;>" sive community and great numbers are answering the call to opportunity; such a community needs adequate protection of law; \
1 4, without it, the tide will turn back; if horse racing is legalized here, an honest and efficient sheriff will be needed to hold in check

I \\f; i''I"I the evils which usually go with such: enterprises; with the widespread disregard of the liquor laws, the young people need greater "

f' ".., protection,from the many temptations placed before them- ;> ,!;
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Such 'a community! as this needs a sheriff who has no political*,*: 1f ,

?: -.*;j:*: alliances or. ;binding friendship with the organized violators ',',, :"." : S'

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,. There is no mystery about my candidacy. I have an ambition to be sheriff of my home county; and{ coupled with it an ,-
ambition to serve in such a way that at the end of my term the great majority of the citizens will say I was clean and faithful in

J.". office=that I justified my friends' endorsements. My friends giving me their help and encouragement are comparatively poor

'1 men; there are no rich,men assisting in my campaign; the powerful financial interests,-the bootleggers and other organized '

violators of law-are not for me, they are AGAINST ME.\ They are fighting me as hard as they know how, and if you want any .... I'
.- '"proof'of thfs, just-walk about the streets-and listen. If'elected I.will not be so tied down by political debts and undereirable : ., ", ) :' ,

11:; 'jt'l .' associations that I cannot render faithful, honest and efficient ee rvice. If the record of my past life and the character of my support -', }' : r. :4 "
in this race is not a sufficient indication of the kind of service I will render, then the people have no safe way to choose their 'Jo'fficers. ,' r '
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I pledge u, if elected, to be one hundred per cent honest, decent faithful and efficient in,the enforcement of law; that I l {, 7''

will play no favorites and will be sheriff of AIL the people of Dade County; that I will keep a sober and efficient set of,deputies, '. I
...- and that will at all times be able to fire any of them for,good cause; that I will make the best sheriff I know"how,.and will Ira- "
prove on the present administration. *' .". }tip:: J\ .. 'f;

" I have. made a clean campaign; I have clean support, ; and I want to win the office right-or not at alt you can. vote, for .
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l' a me on this basis, I will not disappoint youID confidence. < ". r '
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Page._SfactMn THE HOMESTEAD LEADER Thursday, May 29, 1924


TYPEWRITERS I "ll, eat MafMnTNt tkot I wwylu
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Remeiftlln Tleytdx tIMibt iwrv1e

-- WIllie B. IMILa r. G. H. RUSSELL j,
The editor to ple*.H to pabNh dill ,:
State Comptroller's Report <(dVam< lie IMon Mfaal) I I I waaAt tey t* you that !Ate '
latereelia- letter, and ackaovrledge tile ,
Indicates Increase of Arthur a Maple of the LewtMeJournal otpttohkiallHgBt. A tot of It would' (Publisher Miami New. Florida1 Labor Organ) .f'
tone of UM eaoie. A O. gn i ,
.In his ",. Tula*.-*a COM- .Mo u* bare. Who* wo (weti akty -

$58,000,000An men Thomotf ka* '" <| w* se$. 1t. Ur gra 4iyeI ", i FOR;' REPRESENTATIVEs \
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of the run pUo V!< '" t., I M ,tip; ram ; f'r")
Inert ** more than Hfly the Edito "', wn f. tile .!\!". If'.hif'lm.tIi4"'\ r fit 'The. hlb't 1'.wlwit. 4fip -) win: you snot.L>i!rjt VOTE FOR HIH- | '.
eight million dollar during (ho flftee A orreipoadeat Wko loom to hv 'dreaj freely I and even the'iM.", ad cud gloomy m maI *, ... .
ii He> I* a man turn the people, for tho .pl gMe' ;
month period from December I*, skin om44ffa* at our opl.lone.. drank ,ft when M eome t. our houna haven. mad a. .foliar "DM the = ba MO private Interest* to further at 'aUnha-. 8 j

1H. to March ft. till to hewa. la the duty .f deed people tf obtf the ti<* a pretty heal .f a otontry who.JJt. .rmleUe-!> **.... 5 Potty. year a* a newspaperman have given him a wide experience p

the condition of Florida' tat* tank taw write u* tntoreiUngly a*,follow* ..\ i dto lajlj| > tghas.tila gvod- Put I *.uldot help reflecting a* I =t ..k* publlO affair. = ,'
To the Editor .r.W'" ntlnto% for.ol}ou!cgan : heard his story through:" B He'due* not Meek Uu office to gain experience, but to work from B
and, trust companle by tho eutemen ,
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Toe mm t* toke a good deal o( to. day?and,'ttof bo ttrorael'iitpxeqthan That the hopeful, Cheerful hustler _exp>*4eBK g 1
the arose
of and llabllltl at
rcoouroe light ta tolling other people how to I wa* befot I eonldl drink thin seems* to have a lot to do. i 5 Bo know the need of Dude County end 1I.I1ellll& Florida and] gS a\ \
of, hiulnee* on March' II. kntnuls to further their Intcmnn. = j
lire: aod perhaps that In your business whole, quest andd iieger qulber an
On date combined ....UI'llM' FaVmrr<< and to E' '.
that the 3.: no know thus weeds of labor and of the propose / i
but It ecorn to m* that ywi exceed etetaeh.I Iv. been In bustneny place where the ...h&l"I
ol the** Inetltutlon tol..4 |lll,..*. S
171,10 oompand to HIT.111.III.lDecember your doty when you amgrato to want to key to e tea that there are I air wee thick with loom He hew been cowdMrnlly ofipOM-d to special prlv liege to Individual* = ,. ;(

... youmlf the fight to reform all of "" Ib, to the leer oeodu* a mater of ,And the men were Bad and solemn like S o* rorporacioiM, = I
10. boee wh4 may happen to enjoy ail L) % ",lb' 41 free 'american / the mourner* at a tomb = Ho baa a true mnmptloit of the) reimeniahlUtlr of the office hoB C: ":{.
The figure! which haw jut bncompiled 2 nceks and) of It* opportunlttcs for -.k., = ''\ ::1
occuloaal drink of "Beoiah. bomb And ther waaa t any buelneni or sun
The C4P 9 Thee are M I'
br t. C. Blalock, | TOITR sirroitr wiu 1\8 DESERVED. ;-ki:
Oomp. I have been presented a flM bottle I oa ,t4 you they yee hale me tick order coming in :"
clerk In the State tammotlunnnnulinnnnnnunununonnnnuuunnnnultnnnnnunnnnannnl
of"'OotUh whlnkey for Cbrlitma, and And what. more, there never will 3 Paid Political Advertisement) g
troll,'. .[floe, aUo show a remark well\, air, m* Editor: wh.b I aatartet I iii .
It la before mo .. I alt at my typewriter be till thoao fellow start to 8.ln. I
ablt11'0..11 la d.poolOn March ant t. writ this lerraU' Ilad no

It, Individual depoelu touted $101.- and Indite this letter to you II411 notion to taj. mlcg of ypur There lent any buelnee*"-Ar..n'l ':::4''

tlMlfll tgalnet HI..u.....41 flf- It bean the label of Bandy Macdonalda ;H*. May 1* alright In hid, plaxekel that 7
you weary o/ cry
fair well-bodied !
good liquor
teen month MO and savings depoelt -which I,am ensured woo bought be- 1. a mat ale*. But he I* paylnh Men have eaughl the gloomy habit TO THE PUBLICOwing .

had reached Ml.tit.111.IT. nor than I to| much .tttteniuo. to olralmitaabdhaal and they alt around and sigh 1\l
lots the war, and ha bean In myfrtisd's ',
ten petitions higher than they wen at I evlfenoe ThereOo no porog of to the fact that
cellar ever rino*. What right Put. the hustler I have noticed who
the beginning of builneM hut year t the gluullt of the anotook ahhelggth
bps any form of law to make m* a ha quit his ay chair there are a number of
U..I1Moa.IQ, 1 I[ iherlgf ORant I waned to
when the total wu /know
6rlmln, l tI of this gift And fat confidently working, seems to offices that attract
partake a* more
and approximately tour and lIa1f I IIt mphael the fact hat HEX -
wa Intended that I do by the giver? gather la hi..hare.
attention it has been
million show the figure* at the b* I .t.Thew. ,
I claim that any men law I I. an In-
tinning of Depeelt on certificate ... typwutet key are bussing It li time to get the biuilneea to impossible for me to get
a 4on of my personal liberty I notice
increased from It.1",111 10 1 hat you have often referred la yourexcellent round *o I cany wrUr. no more IueChap tlm. to huntle outwits ,you a direct message

to M.lit,III.44 during the fifteen column to the o-ralled Bill! I e f vIe to to remuad ylu a man' faith In the future-much from the public plat

month* period 'oner agalalan a"d agnaln thqt you too long we'vo Mattered doubt,
form. This the
Dr Right being
to all
secures men '
The rtatement for March st'w: dead wronh Ib comifenrlng evert Mucvb too long we've lObbed an4whlmpe..d.
sod women certain Inalienable last opportunity I am
shows the following total 'bony whu drift a* a bouhm Wa much too long we've
'...U..I loan and dlwount. 1 their personal liberty, which aorote 'tint crlulal W. are aa goof mob talked of woe. making my final appeal

|ll..111.711.... overdrafts, |l!l.144Itjl my, are not. tnroiulntent with the 1 M ylotf wB mau lakE a DriN not Now it'e time for optimum and the for your support.
1 rlshts of other How do
you recon
tr; I. Site, county and municipalbond 'vile your itatemenUT u we fEElb aboAy hopeful phrase: "Let'* Got" My opponent will .

7I77074II) stocky, i.cuH- ly but wS alnViT no bUmS -Edgar A. Oueat stand his record and
tie* etc, ...n..oou.1| benklnf hou**, I have just lasted of thus bottle of on ,

furniture and fixture. M.771.111... 'liquor t will confide to you and I '' NmiHMWnHIHIHnMHHHniMIMmiNHIHWIMIIIIWNIIIHIIWHUIIIUmmillHmH IIIIIIHIIIIHIIUIIItMHINnil* ask for .his third term,, w ,

ether;; real estate II.III.110II. claim 'innot See where or how' I am Invad- making twelve years in

anl ether resources. II"\.tl1.OI. du. I log the right of any other person f1 Vote CBAS D STR O Til AN Candidate for all. Unless you believe

from bank. Ill).Oil.!I*.II.; checks'on earth .I find It excellent It for. ..I U_ l' ktU_ CUfkol, Criminal Court that his record has been,
cashes warm my itomacht It Innplre
and cash Item, .IU ,.O..I) myought
hand |l.170,110,II, Total 1115. 1 > I cannot feel, Mr. Editor, so exceptionally good as
III 47171. list I have wronged the community to entitle him to another

Liabilities.. : Capital stocky IU.IK.100. .- orrpddedAto tho lawleeanee: of the four years, I think I have as much right to ask for

; aurplu. 111.114,III.III undivided I Ialeray! iyiety, In 1O,41; >In.. It make your vote as he.I .

profit*, $.. ',....III/ dividend unpaid ma tired to be cleaned a* a criminal am convinced that the American people believein

lit.{ ....II, oavlng deport' 111.1 .- for,any ouch oocaalon' .t and I, notify a deal and equal opportunity for all, and I
.,41117)) oortlflcat* of depoell. rou that before fond there will her e

.............) certified check, 1114,. revolt agaln thle ion of stuff that believe, that not only myself but any man, who }has:

flu ;' check. It,Itl'111.01; yell are writing. jeopardized his life an.d health and sacrificed several

duo tt hanks,, ....17.710.B.. bllli pay- Just to chow my Independence of years of his life to his country in her hour of danger,

abM and rediscount, 1,111.747.7*; such tuck a* you are writing. I have Is due your consideration, provided he is qualified to

bond borrowed 1141140(0; all other taker another drink of the aforemUd hold the office he seeks. No one has questioned my

.liabilities, It.07 .III.II. Total till meet Jubilant Bandy Macdonald, and
ability. The people of Dade County have investigated -
III.171.70. r will say to yon that It I be about ... I
smooth a drink a* a criminal ever put g me and my record and if they have truly expressed .

"Bert" Hawkins Comes Into hi* yetem. The second drink, ( themselves to me, and I believe they have I shall

which I stall} soon follow by a third, 6 be your next tax assessor
To Homestead To Mend
make par more **rUI* that those I want to say now no matter how you'vote, that
His Political FencesJ ,
who fret their systems require. atlmu- all, great and small, rich and poor, shall receive the

lent should band together: organlwnd same courtesy and consideration in matters connected -
B. "Ilert" Mawklnn. candidatefor tart a campaign t* floor thleol I
with this office. I shall devote all time to its
ro-oleetlon a* clerk' of the criminal -Uad buelneu, It It ran be done my

Court of record. wins vlnltor In llome Now Mr. Editor. I am no bum,*and I duties and levy your taxes intelligently and impartially -

stead Wednesday Mr. hawking iaaheld yet can't. make m* a bum. I like attl I shall be the assessor of all the people, with-

hit present poiltlon fur'th, lastseven I drink now and then and I have out favor and without prejudiece, and endeavor

year, and seven year prevtow taken a third or mar k* 'It I* fourth never to cause you to regret having voted for me.
to hi* election ho we deputy ol rk of and I am more, than ever convinced
I have made the cleanest, hardest fight I knew;, how
the circuit court In 1117 he'k
wait slut 1
any man thqt a big
the result is in hands. I will
elected to th. office of clerk or the dlot You ay that this ovahlon of __ JJ. ..... your appreciate your

criminal court of record the law I* producing a rule of affaire support on June 3d.

Florida 1 U Mr. Hawkins. homo state. in our Great nand Qlorloua Country. out A In man piiblle who office hat, been tried Miami.Twenty yean a resident of Very sincerely your*,

He wa born at Wlllliton. Levy Cour You .,. wornh., This,cluntry I* jew A Censtabl for almost' eight A man with a family .

ty, and wan educated In the public 1 i* good a* It ever was, and wa* a year A tax-payer
Now ironing advancement at Tour support and vote will be VIRGIL 71. ECTOR
school* there. Ho moved to Dad I treat deal batter country and I will your hand. appreciated

County It year ago and I* well I leaks II to you f lit ,"..n It. when we (Paid Politic Advertisement.
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Is not running on charity of friends-he pays his own way. He has been responsive to the

demands of( justice and the duties of his office.: His record speaks louder in his favor than

rankling criticism against him. :


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# a friend and foe, high and low, white and black, has been meted out even handed justice. He

has not prostituted his office to punish his enemies, nor made the violation of any one law


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May 29, 1914 THE HOMESTEAD LEADER Page Seventeen

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CONNERS G W THE GOVERNING BOARD OF THE PAN' AMERICAN UNION- Oh And BasHe Oscar WM loved a ...her...stool jane, A,'r And lilli' tried hll l"'Nlr to take ea the bis deele roll. i

..",. ..' He tried melt night with might I' But sstdl .banged Mm with her fist y

SLICE OF STOCK p: .r main a""l About lie' Dempsey can-

Ti> r>l her In his clutvh.tut And a. a* begged her to dojriot.

J i ( .h! -, was pretty slippery.Anil .. MS"ly; oft me _II."
t .i t we ve ? e \ when tin grabbed her head -tow* Or*** dander

_. H tk Yt To try an1 pull her en his lose
: Sh Bald:: "....., off ate, _.* ddl.delr--rv. oa m>Mng some

Tells Them He is Gratefulfor I"'" .-., ,tl ....." Ibllaebr 5.c.

Services Rendered ,)1It eight the left sweet "..*..* kMM> Ah hat *ies Otkt gtr.ettl..e -
r' During His Absence To take a moonlight stroll CbaperreJFOR '

Sharing la the benefit to be derived
""0y front the building at the W

J. Conner highway In South Florida COUNTY COMMISSIONERI

onueotlng the east and west

coasts, will b. the employees of the

famous Buffalo publisher and bullilr hereby announce my candidacy for re-elec-

who bare bMn la his service forth tion to the office of County Commissioner for the
tut tt year Thl statement was

carried la on. of hi" Buffalo. newi- Fifth District of Dade County.

pap At ri a.last dinnerIn week. Buffalo Mr. r nnen '- My record stands for Itself. J will appreciateyour

announced that 1100 "00 in \ votes in the primary to be held June Srck '
lock of the new highway would be

hand with bin 14 employee. who had

been with hint a quarter Of a century. 4 J.D.REDD

"In Addition to the BOW highway Yi l

across Florida which will be opened:'
; la July the property held \\'t'th. Cooner (Paid Political AdvertlMment)
Photo front Wide World photo
highway include com of the

moot valuable land. /In Florida." Ea-
Left to right (front row) The Minister of the Dominican Republic. Hon. Emilio Joulxrt, tho Minister .t Ecuador
con* Falk, personal attorney for Mr. 1111I11I1111I1111I11I111111I11I11I1111I11I11I1111I11I11I11 1II1111111111111111111111111111111
Hon Rafael, H. Elltalde) ; The Argentine Ambassador The Hon. Pueyrredon. Ambaaaadot from Chile the Honorable (
Conner, declared In his talk to the
Beltraa Mathieu The Charts Evan The Ambassador of Cuba. Honorable Cemned ,'''I; '
employee. B. was the tOMtmaater ; Secretary of Bjate. Hughes;

according to a story of the dinner carried la Torrlente; The Ambassador of Peru. Hon. Hernaa Velarde; The Milliliter of Uruguay, Honorabl J. Vareli = '8

by the Buffalo Courier. The Minister of Guatemala Honorable Francisco BaacMa-ljatonr. (Back: Row) The tHreotor General of,the pa r= "' Y 53 53

11,000 Acre Included"To American Union Dr Los 8 Rowel The Special Representative of 1'...........,. Hon. William Wallace VTbltei Th*

begin with, there are In the Charge d'Artal...* of Mexico, lion Jose Benltei Th* Minister of Halrf Honorable Leo Dejtan; The Mln- H
Conner* Highway corporation about I
lf,00 cores of the richest
Everglade land about lake. Okeecho- Costa Rice. Hon. J. Itafael Oreamuno: The Chart 4'Affalrei"'X'praall, Hon. Samuel da Souse ....110 Oarele The

I be., which the gateway tap," he continued Charge Affairs* of Nicaragua, Hon. Manual Zavala; Th. AeslstanR Director of the Pan America Union, lion

"la addition th.N.... approrlmataly E. Oil Borge. M -
1,009 lot In Okchobe I

City and alt on the lake front. ,.
The lands and loU already bare WATER FREIGHTPROBABLEFROM -
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Increase tremendouly In valueand 53

represent the choicest of asset be. VOTE FOR

cans* they will continue to crow In 1 == ==

value year after 8

"What Mr.' Conner ha don*' with JAXTOLEESBURtJDredging ; C. IV: HARPER == =-=

tale new highway la to eetabllah the === =-

connecting' Unit between the ea t andweet 8

coasts of Florida and to- out = ==
down from It hour to leal than fix Now Under Way 53 =
hour the time required to pan fromon Brings This Project

oout to the other. Near RealityWhen -

"ThU highway li about It miles the Fifth District of Dade County =53 a

long and II feet wide. It to built dredging facllltle* capable of In the Democratic Primaries, June 3rd '

of concrete and asphalt Mr. Con baadllag the work outlined by the 1 CHAS. M. FISHER I

I cent ha a deed of the right of way engineer' office have been procured,
t and ha. the right to charge toll..*. Th a direct freight boat waterway from as

highway Itaelf la a- marvelous prop. Leesburg to Jacksonville, will probably has demonstrated !!

osltlou and will result la making become a realty, CoL Gilbert A. ( Political Advertisement)
Okeochobee City On 'of the most .,r..". .
Toungberg. United State district engineer His Ability Foresight and II
thriving and substantial munlclpalltl announced yesterday
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la the south. AU great cities were LeadershipSuperintendent
Plan are udder way to dredge the
once ._11. Okeechobe City now boa
channel ,fh.. Oklawaba river, *llmInatlng I
a population of only about 1,0(0, but some curve and cutting' M
tt III booming wonderfully, and the
through a number of neck' of land -

city Conner are extremely highway properties valuable. In that protruding Into the channel. FORJUDGE r H of f Schools '

will provide a depth of at I
"At preeent It take a day and a .
leant five feet and approximatelythirty
half and on. has to make the journey feed wide, The operation atpreient during' this his first term of office
t fcy two railroad, to got from one coast -
will be confined to about the
.f Florida to the otb.1Th.* Conner mouth of Sliver Spring run, affording Co-operating with his board and with the I
highway plu the railroad. It
will connect with cut the journey water to for Jacksonville.On a freight .boat from Leesburg public he has pulled the school system out of the

clown to a few hour la other word*, announcing the proposed water OF THE chaos of debt and has established it on a firm
transportation faellltle that never
fr.lght.lins Col. Xotmgberg elated a financial basis.
were expected la Florid are being
I boat line ban beet formed' In Loco-
J provided. Th highway make: of I JUVENILECOURT = ==
tremendous value the wonderfullyrich burg and Captain Frank J. Peterson == In order to regain and maintain Dade Coun. i !
for many yean a boaumao ca the
.Everglades: land which up to Oreat Lake and other northern ty's good name and public honor, the present
: this. time have remained Idle and unproductive
f because they were' Inaccessible. waterway wh own considerable == school officials are paying out of the annual
stock In the company, I Ie cow In the
f Th highway will be a Godsendto school revenue nearly
north supervising the transfer of .v
Okoochotf City, and fortunately
several boat to b* need on the I.burgJeckeeevftle ....- ,.
: the property holding Included among
. Una 1'110 boat One Hundred Thousand Dollars
the assets of the. Conner highwaytake
will be available for UM on the river =
!i' In some of the finest of the**
before tho engineering departmentha In INTEREST and ANNUAL INSTALLMENTS .
o Everglade land and large Motion of Edith M. Atkinson
succeeded la Improving the channel ==
OkMchobee City. In other word, the OF PRINCIPAL on the remainder of I ,
In agreement with the'plane ender
f Conner highway enterprise b destined I the debt inherited from the former administra ;
advertisement-Florida Ttmee- If a child wen la danger of life or limb sad you could save
to be of the moet successful of
." Union; It, you would be happy to do to. If a boy or girt of your acquaintance tion.
of modern
the biggest project
wa In danger of becoming a criminal, y.. would bend _
"While boy were la service
you very elBort to save) either. '
hero for IDa, I went exit and explored The). Bight Spot-Poet:. "I am out This old debt was accumulated through a
Th sovereign Kate of Florida, reaUdng that there bun.drod .
far-away Florida, and I was son here to get focal color for a paitorlal are
of frlondlees children to whom BO caving band I* attended,
_fut," Mr. Conner told, his employee poem. Lack of Foresight and
I created the Juvenile Court. Leadership
*. "I want you to com In Farmer: 1 reckon you're ;.rUn' It, I

BOW and share It* fruit with me.t ."- mister, I painted that settee only thismorolnV For' these children who *r* In the act of going wrong It la a. and it cannot be reduced remedied increasing .
I nor by
Paint' Beach Time -Pltu panther. court! of last resort. This court most save them from becoming
t: criminal burden en the state and society. or nothing will save the cost of the schools above the
them. It* duty I* to find out why th* child I there and what ta
Sell Young Cockerels I 1-4 pound. When a market I* available the wrong. amount of annual taxes for school purposes.To .
Early in Summer then I S. good profit at this aiM I
Its duty I I. to remedy the causes of Juvenile delinquency.. The
but little or no profit at two pound.
'I Is Expert's Advice I Those ..whichare not,retained judge cannot lad these thing out unlee* the absolute confidenceof keep pace with the rapid increase in school
the child I Ie obtained. To do thl the Indispensable requisite tsj '
should be kept from attendance the legal limitations or taxation for m
Young roosters for table use Wo- separate sympathy for and with the child. Nature hu endowed wem s with ,
ally bring better price* when old the root of th* flock they will grow this In so abundant a measure that the most: successful, juvenile. ) == school buildings, maintenance and operation-

' during early summer The greatest themmlw and give the pullet a Judge art women. In fact the Juvenile Judge of Chlccgo, a ma*. sufficient
.q 1: pet prf I* mad wbn the': bird better chance. Those Intended for In'; leis. war forced to apply to the governor of Illlnol for the have proved inadequate to supply :
market<< bo fattened for a few of / that It Impossible him funds to meet every'demand.Mr.
weigh from t t., to I pounds,which t may appointment a woman saylag was for a* .
. d.,.. A good fattening ration for a man to ask the necessary ,u *tlon* of the girt to obtain their I
the ipring hatched ehould mak byJune.
i:.' It pay to '.*ll off surplus cockerel or capon I* 1 part et coral full confidence therefore he could not do them Justice I Fisher has kept himself fully abreast of ,
meal or chops and I pert *f wheat I save Insisted that this LIt political J
not a Job nor merely an
cockerel a* ooa a* they roach mar- the In educational
times lie has improved .
Ha short With this should be mixed additional source of revenue for sent lawyer; that the Judge bold progress.
iketablo: *
, Selling off the young roosters this sklmmllk to a soft pastry .oaltncythat tile kapplaes' of many little live In keeping that to do Jvstte the schools in spite of financial ,handicaps
*( will drop from a spoon It I* to three ehildre the Judge must devote all his or her lime to
provide moto room for pulltt and he will continue to the schools
f. not desirable 14 supply any water the work.both Ineldo and ontsid the courti, that the court work iJ Improve
*o be grown to maturity. Furthermere whoa this ration* ted.:. '1* "' least part *f the Judge' dutle) that the preventive measures Ii as rapidly as possible without exceeding the I
the earlier the ,cockerel are the
tad welfare work for chlldreo la whole county are part of *
Fr' put>> oa the market the better price When first confined they should the Judg*'* works that tho co-operation sad ails seoe et every school budget.

they will command;-th* prier goes be fed sparingly for tore or throe days thurrh, church society and welfare orgaalaatloa la Usvio County

.dews with each day after th early until they become content with their 1* necessary.' Find the can*** and eliminate them A mere atte I Mr.Fisher has given PuMte Schools Honest, Economical -

emuMm. Besides the decline I* price fattening quarter*; after which give meet of tbee fact show th* time and labor Involved. and Efficient Service. _

1 (;th* ... of putting oa the third them a* nock tt they will oUea up I Ma a native born American Cbrlsttaa. IIMII"""-. la Americas ,
i'Yeud It twice a* much a* the first four .r five time a day. Ideal I believe la leaching these Ideal. at all times Hut the)
two pound, according lo H. B Lanee. About .'AI pound of grain prod- problem presented by the** vnfortvnat ehUdr require* more: iii He.asks for your support solely on his record fE! "

< ., extension poultrymaa of the Florida teta motMeMd with milk to required than this,-- Brat deal of Urn and attention and patient treatment E and his ability

College of Agriculture. j t. produce a pound<< tt gals oa fattea- It elected I pledge myself to devote all cry time to these E

Only the choicest, moet rigorous lag poultry. Usually a. little more Is children .al' to all thing for their beta and benefit. He will appreciate your co-operation an4 your M
should'old .....' General purpeso ,tot
and standard market cockerel tour vote wilt bo appreciated.MRS. a *.
breed are moot desirable for ::::a
r be retained fer breeding purpose

,. Cockerel '.' cock breed a* Leghorn fattening purpose It jprely. pay to EDITH M. ATKINSON (Paid PolHkal Advertisement)

and Ancona should be cold a* squab try to fatten th* smaller or more ao epelt p..t ui
t1111111g1l111lglllllllllUlilllllllllllDlllilltf101111I111; ( 1111111111hil1lillilillilAlIlI1ll1J(
I.. broiler* whoa weighing from 1 to 1 tics bird j


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Let us paint ;

rw r PRICES > the, old J. bus., ALL WORKGUARANTEED

REASONABLE : and'!mak t "':

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Photo (rom Wide World Photo. Redlands Auto: !Paint Shop ,

I The football match between the heavyweights of the Italian Metropolis whicjh had

much weight and just as much speed as any of the lighter teams in contest. \
-.. Opposite Central (formerly Alsobrook) Service Station on. Hogard Street
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rte. Waehlngton. D. C, May 17 llli ( Miami and other oltle for the fot-

A. A. A. Says Individual The United State. Civil Service Com- positions.Approntlce '
Owners Must Help .I& copper plat map en. :
minion itateo that It will hold an examination
Solve Situation .....r (navy)_"00 to |.,.... -
on June I and I to fill 1newlycrrated QJ
Initrument maker (Bureau of Mlnei) ( i ;
positions of altaat ..
Th American Automobile Aeeoclatlon ".600 to 11,100.Poultrymss '
following oonfwenee* on the*ub., examiner In the United State patentOf (Indian service) 1100 :*:
feat of ester motoring with rfpnmn floe. to ".100.
( national organlxatlona The time for thla examination .
tall. o the numeroue taking Aaaletant poultryman (Agriculture
Mudrlng the iltut baa been reduced from three to
no .
dept) "0 to $1,000. Unparalleled .
Woo./ hu called upon all affiliated auto two daye.The Plant Quarantine Inspector ,cAr!.

club throughout tho country to urn entrance aalary I* ","0 a year, culture dept." f.,.<0 t* $..iot.
upon their member thl aetd tor'aloeetlotlon and Inoreaw* are provided up to II40 ,- .:
AmurtanV 'occupational therapy Value- f I Il
to the accident prevention year, :
study low being mad M conference!. (Veimn'l8uresu) $....0 to $.,.00. ,
n. examination Include math
of national bodio Steam-electrlo onalnei ,ell (Departmental .
matlea, teohnjca, phyalc. Interpretation The Ford furnish convenient and reliable
Nothing would b* mar duuMtrotu Service) $100 to $.400. l
of mechanical drawing, and
to this eomj>rhntv plan of ...t.. .urn. branch of engineering. bulb' Plant expert (All kind, agriculture transportation at a price you can comfortably ,
guarding motoring America It I. ... ) $...00 to $...toO.Jl'ls1I .
men and women will bo admitted al afford to pay. t/nequalled facilities for(
eland, than tea have ear them-
owner h'lsml, a* well at other cltle i eulturiat (Department Commerce
.. quality rnanufacture on a large scale make
pelvis Imagine that the national orfBliatloo : ) apprentice ($00 to $100.Stenographer .
sot olv* th* problem with' Full Information and tppllcatloniiianki possible values that are unapproached in the ,:
and typurt (Departmental
may b* obtained from the
cut the. ajwlatanc of the automobile i
totted I State UvllService OommlnHon ) $100 to $1,100. automotive Industry. ,
driver.It Wstiru too. D, C. the of Coo "
or too-I Kngtnoer (Department >
U pointed out thai while the : <
retary of the of tae clvll-eervlc boardat mereI $ to $1,000. "
national la
orgaalmtlon are, a p h amIHHA A' t
Itlon to bring the motorM't Mfety the poet office or cuatomhoue In Teacher. (Indian service) $100 to f6 '"
a T; D.wMatl.Ws ";>
any city I
problem t* the attention of thou $1.10
who wUl b* able to aid directly tn the ma....iltud. of tli* work of the Multlrapn operator ( Departmn .........1 10' a AY..-T..,...: W D.rM l). ,..4.r....HI' ,
the work of eliminating accident Patent Of'lc I* Indicated by the furl tal) $1,140 to f1.600. ; .
various jtae motortnf. part In the mat. that 60 of (X* It linotype mMhlimi Mimeograph operator (Departmental 'XX THE FooD NKAMKST OKAUX AUTBOMXXO. ","
t., I Ie Mill of primary Importance."Th teed In the '"'frument printing" tit- ) $1,140 to ".600.
A. A, A. h.. already,pointed flee are kept cAntuntly busy nn patent A latant keeper. National Park $1- il:
cut the fact that lack of uniformity office work. 140 to $1,100.P.ysicbi '4
I to fin !Important caiu and ha. asked Otb.r<< Exams Pending .(Department of Commerce i
motor' tourlnU. this summer to toe Th V8.. government: U In March ) $1,000 to $>,000. Th.Ttltuing Car -
mlllari ftienuelvt.* with oondltiooi of expert employee In various line. Motion picture operator. (Laboratory "295
under which other bike operate their .f endeavor. Ernest! W. Carter U the Aid) "00 to t.S$0..
ram," aay Mr. Henry, "". .. U boot civil .....1..* aecretary of the local Operator Card Punch Machine $1- 1R Q S Urtroit aqD..enhl.
(rag diecovtred. from analril of ao- board and will give any additional- 140 to $1, .Os !
eldent caueee by expert* that bad formation within bid power. Th* com- Nurad (Panama Canal Service
strut lighting to very largely reiponnlbl mlwlen urge all who confider them- ) $..Ho t* $1. IO.Meanger I
for many city accident at *eve* qualified to make application and Skilled Laborer' ,
miht. In auca ***** it might be, a u In many of these position the spare (Wahlngtn) $1..IO to 1110.
duty of the motorlat to eupperi may plloatlon lee* In number than the Mechanical Engineer (High Pr... ,
crallty campaign la favor of a more noeltlona. Examination are pending sure Equipment) $$.$00 to 1000. ,
)r.......... administration.
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AU Mm Have Haul 1
"The matter of reckteeenea: 1* not t
V..w _...... _"q.II" ." r; 9r
entirely to thoM wbo & Wm.d..w.
up are guiltyor Mr .. v.en cow teen .a. 1..r
lawlokan***. Majority of acoldent rJ /';::::::pow wW nh bod.iunevi/eo.o=-7L':;:

..Uld. of court, b* don way wttn .
U law-defylng motorlata would turnover 0. D. DAVIS.s I ,
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a new leaf bill they are not : ,
likely to do this and that I II why the
rank and file of motor!*** mum likes Candidate torSuerifttendel1t !
hand In the altuatlo and, not 1magin .
that the national Orgamlaatlon IF IT IS MADE OF WOODWE
fan d* the job of cleaning *p the of
teeklev minority >lnrlehtai4JU"Each { p Irl
Individual motoriat tat an
opportunity to support bllln la 'favorof CAN MAKE IT '
mar effective regulation ef und. Schools fit
Irablo driver. U* should lend t..- 1 "/.

glbl '''ppor.wr, leoal I or nation- We Have Just Opened at
at Inured, that I* working In bU behalf. Dade County 1 ,j 'I
Thla mean o-oporatlon with 'y. COCONUT GROVE
nl* local autoraobll dub other civictraaJiatlOM r >
and the motor vehicle Demecrntto.Primary June I, }I14..Som Foot of Mary Street
auUwrHle' ""hie Mat. '
The A A. A. firmly btlleve that ACOMWEWOMWOKKINGI'LACTWITH M j
great goer wtU be Moomplbdi4
through the preeent and proposed intoaalv -
Mudy ..fIa.* ontlro altuatlon, are arguing,that I am too good a school principal t* ..... SPRAY SYSTEM PAINT DEPARTMENT IN CONNECTION i
butt b.iiovt. that .
reporting U- ,
tact, G ltlos. ," I) this I* ("". why.would | not make a good luperlntendeotT (Yurttor 'W.100..0'
con** number of an undeelrablo '
.r la more t* the point In aoeldent 1'1"1'1 I could then, .p.ryu* all th* tcheola." W* haw added rnraUwe. yptnMM to reir pnemt ..*. of PAVIiA PHONOOR...PHgW II'Wo '

..rt"lIt'la1O' trying U draw a Uewo. -
1 MB qualified for the offlc*. t hove proven my atregnth la .
from another "
preventable aeoldeatthat .a ... sf yon ad tusit e.r W. Are i.pon'.o .i \
baa corns np for naUonal dleec*. electing, Uaohara lav ergnnlalng echoola. I. setting etandarda, In .*. oIUM wkln en wend pap ..... K lOunI AME1UOAJf QDAfsUsd. p

.Ion,1* curing y..uli, U tact my political ,........ *ay I am a, good man. .yen deoro,. dire wend ...5 to as1 ad Insect root ,,

wottnirr' THAT wmep .TOCI They saw ay thai If the children who have been under. me during

Apple-"Wluit make you think the but Un year* eonM vote J would receive a big majority. I, do are the oaken of the t
Polry ha a wooden tq r* not want soy bettor endowment PAULA PHONOGRAPHK : t;
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nuoo-- itopped at. a moos togH
rose garter and ogre .out with Tour veto and fur support win'! bo greatly appreciated.D.D.DAVIS. Which U guaranteed FITS, TEAM tad W Ue only phonograph mad that does not. cratch. )..
s pack- of thumb lack*,"-ItaatiK I

to'nlna PAULA ''MUSIC SHOP ,

Jt"TII.i. I* eomeUIng wrong
with Iho roMnt day o arY...." I "
ho-"How (.. that Miami Office '. 136 Central Arcade

:He-'TII' boot man 4_' pt tb. (Fold PoI1U"ItM."at) : 1.
brido" Burr.. \ -t.prY .<,/";' I Iii'n

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May ., 1m THE HOMESTEAD LEADER Pap Nineteen

l TIDAL WAVE OF PR01m'Rm TO towant th* Slhtesoth. Amendawrwt r:;when be oouW make himself hoard: sow,MCWeVAsHBRH HK1.I I That happens In your family iTI '-
and the Volatead Act. Of 00....... 1 once more, "have a right to vrokHIl The marts in Thereby bwglnntnc IU lite work
have ao authority to speak for our any man from drinking If that drinking Wha you are been; AH over and ow t again.Th .
DROWN DR. BUTLER'S UTTERANCES' ( educators' but my own opinion l .u harm others than hlmeHf. Prohibition Rotate about your excellence. nowpa..... does alt this

tel/ow.r ha com to stay But what And It tent about yow awootueea And It dose .... mash ..... 4 4It

AGAINST TIlE 18TII AMENDMENT I "t. An ovorwhotaalnaT Mortty of UM American want to a dlsoaaelon. It follow rev lit school. lode of tkM sa.jgiini '

our ....11_ aad educator bHev. IntoacMftt *< the fm>il..m.tal nooeealotor tew.Ooveraor ." And attain. the .oor roOt Made by olty end. I*.** 'i

ajlra not to BOO alcohol Olll to yew aamo ta found there. AMI boo .lt in.mi*>..i..l :
Educators and Statesmen Throughout the Country Join wo t ot ali aaIntorvtow ,
It tolto .* graduativneM Gloss .... '
for the sake of their own health and your eleeOMlag
THs .
la tN Pew o **
in Condemnation
of View Expressed by of the pnMto health and believe that of Dr. Botlernsii: ..*. of th. --'-co.OC Worth thxseas ot dU fl I '

Columbia University President the reason* for the a.stl. ...n *4 ... yectf snaf.innt essay; <. IM own borne tow*, ,, ,;
"Th vtatlo et a* law bra. mlunsetnasMsa. '
: ...... should. bo taught la all school U title of yo. precroa* Ther are aeod M thing, | .:
"FOUGHT FOR LAW AND ORDER LETS KEEP IT" aa part ., tIM regular Instrvott la seine 'OM than oihon, Durtnr yow ....... career That all good newipaper. d. ; '
of oovreei I but U .b abaurel M urge thatbecause sites
: personal and community hygiene.. And dilate mush about For which they cannot be paid. ?
".. The testimony now beln, givenby prohibition jan last bo tntoro.ed the choice ot l'Uttl_ That la why every tltlsea .
Governor of Colorado Dr. Eietiseolh: Amend- ;
Says Butler Is His completely the
manufacturers, phyatotana nurses.aad Then It five nice notlc Should do hi* dsraedest >
i Head Against a Stone Wall When He meat should bo repealed 'the o..e*. .
; social worker aa to the improvement About yow marriageAnd To eupport lbs newspaper ,
Uea la ta tho oouatry dryr but '
, :. Attacks Prohibition In the condition of the population not praises up the blushing bride tn every poeelbl way ':: I
b It drier? If .
going Ict4fo Houor to
at large since the Eighteenth Till.. her klnfolk. don't know her And all the Urn*. ij

I' ,ii -WI beg to differ" teem to be case should UM It, In my Judgment, Amendment wa adopted .to so potent beta* ooaeumed. then good the fllorllt..11IA..4'nr.a Then' |a eau court .t ...ata, 1'....... ,
t to thing In spiteof '
I I oinmn In favor of obedience: to'th Aaw'and that It will. soon convince the great the moral? oonaeattenoe*,, Incidentto It tetla about the bouncing baby i thank you,-Palatka Ills) News.

:'. that I s being called forth la'enrwe, thf enforcement ofWf: .j.1%; majority/ of tho American population, the lack: otWfwroument, I*, ittit.lex 1
f That prohibition to being better and native and foreign, that tile complete
to leading a lost cause, he II :
', t. the. r c nt atteranoeo of Dr. Nicholas
bettor enforced and that "It disuse of alcohols drinks will resultIn
com plat*,
Murray Butler the bayta* at the moon. Ito to known toM
: against Klgh enforcement will follow after a. time enormous benefit FOR SHERIFF .
hard-boiled end t* bardheadod j
; tenth Amendment. upon tile appointment of I ".. .
c enforcing Th prohibitory legislation to beIng ; but butting! his head against the k kI
.ft:, The following comment are la Un.' officer on the merit system!Instead ol better and better enforced aid Walt Of prohibition will hot >

'j' with many other* from promlnen 'I thspoils' .yrrtem," .la the belief' ot its complete enforcement will follow i stoop Weaken the wail, Itoi the rlghtoenth\ Dado' County hereby announce I promise my a clean candidacy, hone for administration the office'of o Sheriff< my ef of ,\ '

.. educator and man of Dots from oni Dr. Charles W. Eliot, president emorItu "I venture to add to the** atatmeata *- Amendment has come to stay. flea, It elected, aad a program of ...-.nt......"' .., In all section
of Harvard University answering of opinion the following props of the county. Tour support I* earnestly solicited,
'/ end of the country to the other: The governor added. that ta Colorado
attack oa prohibition by Dr. ecy:

:, ., Dr. Walter Dill Scott, president ot Nicholas Murray Butler of Colnmlba "Neither the Republican nor the .I the wet guard force and could that not tile muster west aecrporaTs RAYMOND M. DILLON J

,' Northwestern University, and Dr. Ernest University I
Democratic party: will yeatore to puta
I to thoroughly dry, and has been so
peWltt Burton, president of Chi.f Dr.; El lot', reply to Columbia' preel- 'wet' plank Into a.. platform. Even I II tor yean. (Paid Political Advertisement)

cago University, see outspoken In their dent was obtained by the OUaeaa ho of the politicians see the _
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committee of l.ttt for law enforcement ": ot public opinion towardsenforcement.
f disagreement with Dr. Butler ot Columbia -
and waa given out by IU chairman ."
aa prohibition la aa Int.r.I Fred B. Braltb.
Dr. Stratton Brook, presides of the
view1 reported by the ChicagoRews- Dr. Ellof letter to the committee
University of Missouri In replying to
papert, Dr. Scott said says: Dr Butler disposed, of tho personal

I "Dr. Butler has the right to hi.* Ton tell ..... "bat tile committee liberty argument In the following

ciilnloa But I eaa't agree with him boiler* that If the statement made I.words:

Tou much talk on how poorly by Dr. Butler 'go" unchallenged 'It "Tho pioneer* of thle country FRED PINE.jPresent

prohibition la enforced. I think that will hare throe very bad effecta: Firs fought for law and. order, Tho young
I l. alt wrong. No law fa enforced loop It will cnoouag people to violate the people of today seem to think that its

"a r cent. The nero paatag* of tM prohibition law and Other taw; eeoendly Inherent and da not realise that It
?il" law doe* not mean th..11I expected It will dUhearttn the students I II something acquired and must .be de
to bo perfectly enforced. of American tmveraltlea In their effort fended. If each followed his personal

Take the ... against thieving to enforce prohibition legislation on wishes there would bo no law. no Incumbent, for

pMdlnc and gambling; how largely. university premleee) thirdly II will order. There are 110,000,000 restrictions -

art they enforced T Not 100 per cent, annouqca to the whole\ world that on our personal liberties In

by any mean. I am In favor of the American constitutional government America Hence tine need for laws,
strict onforoomont ot all law. Certainly has tailed < and after the tow ar* established its

.there will always bo infraction "In my opinion, President Butler' vital that they are obeyed.; SOLICITOR TH E CRIMINAL COURT OF RECORDOF

of the law) but the more rigidly. statement will hare no suck effccU. It "Wo have regulation established by

the law .la enforced the fewer the offenae will not increase the number of wta; democratic machinery and If we wantto

*. It will dishearten no '4r,* students; change those regulation We cannot

"When the Evanston hospital recently and It doe not prove that American do It by disregarding them but

wanted to open a court on conltlluUollalovtMlmpJ\t b.. failed, by changing them with the earn machinery. DADE COUNTY FLORIDA
anatomy and asked the medical school "Tou ask mo for a 'concise atato ."
for cadaver, It discovered that there ment of the attitude of our ducator* "Th American people" he oonclud ,

,wa* none.Th =
hospital had to abandon the

proportion because wo could not give
For State Senator13th
them bodies. Every. medical school

In the country I* In the same fix, and

alnce there certainly ha been no unusual M
Increase lu the demand for ea- Senatorial

dare It stand to reason that the '
? prohibition law I* the Cause" "'
"It 4.a well know tact." Dr

Scott continued "that many less of I believe that my public service rs '
\That class of nun and women whose has demonstrated that I am
In full accord with the Idea
death supplied the hospital and and the Ideals of the people.
schools with cadavers before prohl. i
They are demanding honest
bitlon erg dying now from tht use of sober govurnment' with lee r
i&kohol." waste, graft and favoritism. The I if
producers. are demanding fair
Dr. Burton of Chicago University markets, lower freight charge
said ho bettered that the rood attendIng ; and better conditions.

prohibition Is, far greater than To> these ends I shall) give alt 1 ,
the evil and that eventually the law ot my energy and ability.

will b* enforced. "Th good results Anything you for me
of moh enforcement o( the Elghtenth to your : 1 0 :1I:1 friend ns
will! help.
Amendment a* we hart had said Dr.
Burton" seem t* me to greatly Job Viii
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weight the evil efftcts Incident

IU adoption and the progress Ollt'j {

better enforcement I* on the whole (Paid Political Advertisement)

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