The Homestead leader
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00087295/00219
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Title: The Homestead leader
Alternate Title: Leader
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: South Dade Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Homestead Fla
Creation Date: November 20, 1924
Publication Date: 1923-
Frequency: daily (except sunday)[<1926>-]
weekly[ former 1923-<1925>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (June 14, 1923)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1931.
General Note: B.E. Archer, editor.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002075048
oclc - 34296444
notis - AKR3403
lccn - sn 96027189
System ID: UF00087295:00219
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Succeeded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Leader-enterprise

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CONTRACT MADE Work i. ShoMhf CoodI'rogressJitfia FAGG OUTLINESWORK Reports>> Indicate Large :

i Line of Tomato Plantings In RESIGNS AS PRESIDENT} .

?. FORERECnONOFSTREET The City Improvements OF HOME Goulds Canal Section f41

l Constant and rapid progress mark OFREJL) DISTRICT CHAMBER OF J j

the advance of the big ditching maehtae Report from the glad lands adjacent ..

SIGNS. ..at.* digging wiHeminaln the traaohe*,aid aboutipal forithjUma0ad FORCHILDRENSays I CIt, Indicate to Homestead that they and are. Florid rapidly COMMERCE; C.T..FUCIIS IS SUCCESSOR .. I

'. [ ppatl wWkalh. plartn, \ andcalltJni coming Into eeodttlo for tomato -- jl .. ,

Deck Successful l at | oUi mg JnaJn*, Tbd;Vltck ha* State Should .farming, and In the' neighborhood of TIm BATHER Demands ,,1uornon
41 Bidder $4 keen ompMtedI Jtrom* Restrict the Oould* Canal It I* stated, that of Private .Business I

*< Per Sign-rCompIele' firont,: tb* city Tlmlte oa to 'ct.iCRat..t Marriage of Feeble- moet of tk* la'nde are already suraclently Waldln From, oe-operatlv the data recorded weather by burea A. H, Given as Reaaon'by I,);
dry to .
aad an .A-.sa Street to Noecott Minded penult preparationLarge observer In R84Ia.4.'J'tom. '
by Jan. 1 Persons 'i.
Arena then down Unscott to acreages ef tomatoes have already Retiring Head
Campbell BtreetPractically I beea at and work' of putting ........ i

CAMP SITE IS, CHOSEN no water ha* been encountered Superl"I.n'entI Marcu* Fagg of th* In other I* constantly being pushed. Highest this week Nov It)............ II DISCUSS "WHITE WAY"
eo fs> In the ditching op- Florida Chlldren'e Hoops at Jacksoavllle OpUmlam among the fanner seem* Lowest this week (Nov II) ........ "| ,
'ration and It I* not anticipated now addressed. a large? audience representing prevalent, according M report, Highest today ... ....... II --
Council Turns Down Mowry that water will cause any Mnderano the Redland Needle Work though some anticipation of a scarcity Lowest today .. ...... ............ IIlUinfall As Many Prospective Settlers J JI

\, Location-WiU Use te tile prora Of the wort,,; Hall Guild on and Wednesday friend at the afternoon.Odd Fellow. of heard labor at harvesting time I* being I in Last 30 Days as{fa I

:: Part of ParkrStreet The foundation are; beingpoured Mr ftt outllneoVth cause which It I a Rainfall for this week..'.... ........_.. | [ Two Years PreviousAfter
i for the water softening and pumping- generally regarded a* too early .
. : i |led t* the founding of the Child....'1 M fona' '
plant being erected under aka eaT Intelligent Idea at the -
I I sign carrying the proper rlslon of the Buckmaa Corporation super- I Society. under whose ample tie acreage to be planted this year ..aoom.parteon NEW\ .DREDGE FORKFYulenRAAD serving the Redland District ,
Y Came and number ol the street of Work I* ales Into" way on the |horn I is conducted, and told of tie with the acreage of other Chamber, of Commerce contlnuouelya 1,
I/o. Homestead( are to be erected just a* foundation 'tor the water tower toby slow growth. In the early year* yean, yet It I* believed that the eo.tlvty director and president Mno*''tit* i
soot a* the work can tit don and will eyectea py the Chicago Jron Werka "From a modest sum of ".0'0 eon already being/ ihow in plant! j jMB organisation a year aad ;'1Ial' ''ago
I tributed to the suniuire ., th. fc.._.. _. .. ... ... .. ___ ___ .
p* completed not later than Januaryth uv wvviuv vanai ....... |nalcawa -- - JK. Tnempeon. tenaerefl 'Til*
t. first according to a statement the. eighth yea of Its existence the aa Increased acreage la that Im rMtgnatlen at a meeting of the director .

I mad by Wm. Peck after r the mayordad (PNEUMONIA, NOT amount flll.000 ha was. Increased contributed until to last Its support year/ mediate neighborhood. Failure .T Grant Right-ot. Monday night Mr. Thompson
city. clerk lad beta authorise explained that the demand at hi*
," Mr. Pagf said, "and this Way Holds Back Work
I by the city eounoll Monday night to toys private affair make It Impossible for a
wlthouf ending solicitors
enter Into contract with Ui Deck overtn On Canal Road hits. longer to give the time and attention
elate, a.. with only aa expense
to furnish and erect the sign tor a that he consider neeMury to
I ,r. price of lour dollar eajh. Th. sign DR. TOWER for correspondence of from three to UP" A brand new drag line dredge of the tIle affair a fth. Chamber, of 'coni. ..
arc tit| b* of beet grade cypress &lnt. eight per cent of the amount of oop- same general) type a. the one thai ha merceDeoanse, .
.d on a whlu background with black! tributions. Pew Institution have acollection been la use on the Key Largo Road Cf the diligent and .trI'o Uv*
fetter> and are t* b* erected on gal Pioneer Physician expense ai low M this." I Ie on Its way her to continue ", service reader the organisation. by
yanlsed Iron pipe rising .eight f..t of Home In opening the meeting Mr*. E. oII'roocher. Council Accepts Bid of Ray work of constructing the road to *... Prrident Thompson* resignation

above round, with the exception of ,stead Tells of Health chairman gave a brief out- Gooding for Town's SanItation sect with the bridge and was accepted with regret by the di I
{hose jttreet Intersection where the ful Climate Here ilni or the purpo.ee and work of the Work across Card' Bound that I I. 1' rector and a rising vote of thankiwa
signs .can, better be placed on the cori Needle Work Guild After Mr*. May. tog built by Monroe County. .u.'J. given him for hi* leadership il)

K .... 0' bull"I..... Com.. to Homestead I. Itlo.. .... I hew Fltxpatrtck gave a piano selection, Florida City U In sew. _mttmt. wa. Commissioner. _\._ .n. nM_.._ __._ throuah the rint Y_.. ,u.l hIU -... >r .
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:After consultation with W. 1 Carter eral ,..an before the town: was even Mrs Preacher Introduced Mr Page, clean-up _t. The proclamation was road district Hated that while pork eilstesce' ; ;

f )postmaster Homestead, the I Incorporated, aad when there was Mr. Pagg said that although the call- Issued coma day ago by Mayor a H has been going en right along with C. T Fuohs. Mr, was elected president f
olgn will be placed at all the intersections practically nothing to Indicate the dren of the home had at least the Edward: and a. committee consisting the preeent dreg, progress 10.. been to fill the vacancy In that office I '
of street where' they are: present prosperous little city Dr. t. usual amount at Imperfect lone, there of Counollmea M, III.......". TV m. low on account of the excessive waer I caused by the resignation of Mr. ltJ
necessary of the portal Inspector with the development of the town and someone on. not willing to provide appointed at the council meeting last for It has been decided to suspend director to fill the vacancy In the dlrenterete. .. .
for community especially from health &pia.r, H* said that h* believedthere Thursday night to work for a few day C T
UM granting of Ire city mall d** *a give Information until the arrivalof Harper Will elected
"'7. Ass standpoint. j,. ', waa AO state In the whole coua and to Inipect the premise following the new dredge, by which time the, a* first vice-president to flit the v.-
." The Chamber ot'Commeree will also Asked this week W give aa outlineof try Where more large hearted respan the close of the clean-up campaign. water condition will be much alii. caacy caused by the edvancemept efMr I :
I' ..eke step at one to have the houM* his Impressions .f this section a* to the need of childhood could Truck ar to b* seat around eaFriday proved and work can proceed wtu"lost Fueh to the prssidenoyaifotprstsad .

t at the city numbered la compliance relate to health Dr Tower ,said be found. and en Monday t* carry away I Lr motion. The m. --Uer-. nt-- -*-,ii.-. ......- ...... if
with an agreement mad with' the "W, have never had much sickness Be said that' death ,disease, vice rubbish. which la expected to be The dredge which has been la. use extending tor two block
oety council that If the street. signs hare, and | hllava w*'have never hada and crime, abuse and neglect 44 by the property owner la box. oa the road will be returned to the oa "...1.. Street and two blocks enKrem
were erected by the council the ease Of malaria. that originated bore separation et parent are the mils I.u and bag t* await the coming of commissioner's district from which It Aveaue wae up for coneldera
Chamber of Commerce would .. to In, the old day w* lad, a very few contributing cause of the Increase I* truck. was procured some tint ag Mr. Redd ilea aid A, R. Livingston was appointed .
the numbering of the house*. ease cf 'typhoid fever; but eon* of after the number. of children to be looked j Bid were opened for the Malta.tlon said and the way left pea, for the a committee of one to ascertain. th* !
I It I Ie thought that the servicescf recent time. by orphanage : work of th* town, and the bid of putting In ef the new dredge just see cost cf making the Installation and It's
"We have no greatly In need of a decent I Ray Ooodlng wait soon a* It arrive (0 find
the Boy Bcouta may b* required pneumonia and I approved from the factory out what fund will b* avail.
a t* deliver and attach the number to I fill form of catarrhal. or lung troubles H said marriage. law, Mr Fagg think H. F. Potter wa. granted a building "8, the end of this week work will able It the city doe finance the pro.
the various house Th price charted are greatly benefited here Deafness that* allow that this la the only I stale 'permit for the erection of a. house' be completed on the Ingraham Highway ject. Agreement wa* made by the
for the letter l> planned to Include If caused by catarrhal affections! I. unrestricted marriage of on the corner of Eighth Street and work wa completed to the Chamber of Commerce t* raise by
a nominal euro a. the compensation much Improved by thl climate (Continued on Page Bevn) j Avenue C. county line ana now w* are return. public subscription from property

for the Boouta, "Our water supply la absolutely pure e Ing over the road te) the Royal Palm owners and other Interested the

I t T, H Bchlegcl. wee sworn In a* In Its original condition." Dr. Tower JOHNSTON'S WONDER GARDENSSEENBY Hammock, touching up the portion necessary amount above what I' available
t .,," runcllmaa to fill the vacancy caused continued, "..eI the present Injtal- that need a second scraping. said Mr.; from the city :

by the resignation of A. TJacltson.>; latlon of a water and sewerage spatern CELEBRITIES WHO CAME FROM Redd. R T Hurr and R. V. Bush from .
S : I I. simply a progressive. that "Horn work will the (Oould I
A communication from the Home Map probably b* don section were present hf th. }
"" Vatoad. Volunteer Mr., Department to .should l 'eaf''ftlard the future tgalnstany ALL PARTS "TO SEE FRUIT at one. obi the smite aid of the Klnr.d meeting to secure Information relative M
the 'city council asking for a. special dangeg of an epidemic that might .TRQflCAL .. j I CJHV ..aI.'" nwitluued Mr R. 'iyt police officer/ to police the public cent with cur Increase In population\ --- "bnf wlTwJU not' a'o"anr'.xtelisfvlwork Jjlk'wj'b1It'U, rl; Min \1\0/11./ ". nyns 't

t. __tertalnm..ot.PPm._ __ .lriv..n.... 10._.. .10.U'. "..._."M'.._.. "OurXcltru fruit are- narttnula.'Y-' Th. smart move for portions la-;::;:. 'anil---- wtifl nn_.*_ f_ ._._.. .---u........ ._._.__q ._."..1. there nntrss <-h--.- .-..-.nnv...... i.- ._..-'...._- delesmtedtlon' t.. .. -...-.-.'..-.,..-...........".. ......v._...._
r tlon. In lieu of the regular police wa 'healthful Grapefruit;; especially;;; I* tereeted In horticulture and agriculture day some kind friend borrowed all |ed a proper right-of-way" on\ this matter, wa not tupfotrd 0'.
f. referred to a committee for further very helpful In case ot. high to make nowadays Is a pll onlderatlon. blood pressure. and the avocado Is an to H w. Johnston. show place, wouldn't hare taken It0(1 apiece for [county bonds, Mr R..leI'aid that lar meeting of the director, Novunt' "
\ A communication from Benj Hyman (deal food for diabetes It la the where Mr. Johnston la growing eucoenfully them They grow on the Malay' pealnMa Judge Atkinson after further (..onsideratlon her II all ontlderatlon' of this 'tuts- t
;' In regard to the tract on Howry best of all food for this disease as 1.000 varieties of tropicaland you know:" ( / had validated the |4li, oo lion wu deferred until that Um

Street, known a* the Francis Ix>fton hardly any of the varieties eiwcd sub-tropical plant Of this num. Another Malay fruit on* of the general Item along with all th* ether Announcement wa mad by O K
tract and desired by the council a* a the five per cent of sugar limit that I* ben till are varieties of tropical fruit marvels 6t the world, that Mr. John- Items of the Issue. and the matter or Thompson that about 110 (persons .
mite for a tourist camp, stated that,the allogs4p,\ l W uss treatmant: 0 ,labete trees. Aa Inspection of this unusual .ton 1* growing I Ie the Zlslpu*'Jujuba, delay would limply depend UPOIIwh..tll"r I' from,, various southern states, many ,
property could be aad yetj.th* avcoado runs bl la fat spectacle would In Itself make which h* bellevos'will become or not those of them preapertlv Investor \
wed for the f a trip a 'lnUIIIIOW'II seeking to ob- would
present ....... ..._ __ . ._ __ .. ,__. _._ 'I
: and la vrotehu The fads to .... .....Uuoo .... ,a ... u 0
season H the city pay for the ranga from Homestead well worth the making fruit here before Ion*. It pp..a. to' 'b' '' n nwini BOIII novemoer 10,
grading of the streets,. and the Inetal.latlon II to 10 per cent and the protela Celebrities like Ed Howe, George has all the nourishing properties 101 h6lher court. Oa mottos It waa decided to make an 3
r at water, sewerage and electric average more than two per cent. [ Horace Jx'rlmer Kenneth Roberts, Dr the data, effort to bring' Ih.1ICo Homestead and
l..ht..o" the tract. After discussion" the Pta< I 'H wa*'decided to prepare a camp during the 'Wister ...... ,&.Id. to blushing rnod<*tly-th* '.Homestead Fruit" Mr Johnston points out with Here them through the Redland Platrlrt t
ground 011 a portion of the park prop health a* well i* to to*,dellghtfuloess Leader r representatlres K follow the an air of mystery "It.hue bloomed Thanksgiving Day I W. It Owens. of Oouldt stated to .
arty acquired o of the Model Lend Comma of resldeaoe tier*. welt-beaten path toss. the purpose of twice but never fruited and It come :;;.rlylns:;; the director that kin place of t
I -*, aid- H. ...hl..t- ww1.w .. "The blrthti.l> .-., ti .......".._uo -...-.-.1.-.-... -..... .-.,_- ..u..... ..... .w_,...__.. _III'V_-'_ ...-.n. .0"".. ..........,:. ..... ........ .-.._.-....-.-..-.-.-., all A union' service for 1-_. -" _-.-....- .,... .'a-_ .. .wcwing.._...__ ..bud'r
l I the park committee, wu::authorisedt for Dade County la the b ;b'-an> and soaklrff vp .some of the famous No don't ask m* more about It, for the will congregations of the community for Informatics concerning the t.nl-
r' proceed with the work. county la the.state, and this end ol f Johnston' knowledge of horticulture. that would kill the romance Of Chapel InHomettead be held at the Episcopal: tory further south a* to roads, lands : d

H. P. Roberta, city attorney Ira e the county al least hold Its own la Neither Mr nor Mrs' Johnston 'ever course, if you must know, its just the | at 10 o'clockon and any other matters on which Information I
\. given authority to compromise If pos- this respect. ;; fall to hw visitor hospitality. MrJohnsta common cinnamon tree." The Thanksgiving morning M desired. aad U his opinion/ .
Rev. W. ..
sthrt for a reasonable sum with the "'W* have a iplendld llttl* hoepltal f I b comfortably constructed A South African. fruit which I>* 5x Won Grey of the Whit there have been a* many inquiries in
t' South! Florida Construction Compan her to ear* tor surgical or any other architecturally and seem to find It Blblts with sera pride 1* the oholr of Church will preach and the the last 10 day aa In the entire two
for a lost drag wheat for which they case that may need treatment just lie' easy to be witty. and jolly a* das It make blood red JeU the Methodist Church, bulb year previous He said. that there
will lead
have catered a claim of III*00 against "We have aa Ideal loeatloa. for to gr* w successfully sub-tropical a kick lo It. xaraa.j. the singing.An have been a* many prospective buyer
r.'h.* city. ,1 sanitarium. for the treatment ef those plant that other expert have failed "That Ambrflla ever there Child..offering,,'. will be taken for the I of land la this locality In the last 10
b case where It la desirable to get away to keep alive in this climax. Johnston relate "tome Home la Jacksonville day a* In the. past two year

fry from the rigor of a northern winter "It'* Met all la tooling how to u... __. .....nw.. .. ...-... "' "" .
: "Thee are Just a few of-hand reasons do It," Mr. Johnston are casually fruit lest year--.yellow green. fruit, Three More Acres Geared CLUB
B.W.MORRIS.SAYS"PARKS'SOLDOUT. why I regard this section very Then he shows you a. Pollnlaj Muooea, about three:inches long It la a pop. For Redland Athletic Club PLANNING
highly from the point of health." eon. which I* a tree, and the only oat of ular commercial fruit In the gouthea _
eluded Dr. Tower -J regard bur its kind la the .United !State At any Islands.. J. M Ilauer, secretary of the Red- LADll NIGHT
I II cllnHato her a* almost perfect |n the 'rate ''It', the only one that Dr. Fairchild The lovely Oelba tree grew there land Country Club, announce that
winter'season and by no meant dIeegneeaba who to head of the tree depart foe The silk cotton It produce I* three acre of the holding of the club
',. In the summer time." meat jtor t the government<<, has ever used for, manufacturing unatnkableeloth. have fuse ban cleared Seven ef the -
Contract Let To Start New beard abut eighteen acre la tbs tract are now "Spirit of Service Making

Development for Robert Woman's Club Is Mikinjr Mn Johnston looked a bit said. aa h* I :Tou get a real thrill whoa pee seethe la order Rotary a World-V"
I i \ Satisfactory Progress on' regarding the PoUala' M noose "It *trychBsl" splnoea tree, which Plan for the club hones which will Philosophy
; Brunner Plans for i bed just borne fear large green fruits, ,rob_ the commercial Mrychnln. b* erected a* the ground at aa early I

I' .. ..., Triangle Park I'aught laehe U dkuneter." he snouts (CenUnaed oa. Page Seven) date, are being prepared by Architect I The spirit *f service la making Ro. 1I
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Two Redlaad District: wbdlvidon The elvl m-ia-wioe paiioaopty, Mar*
s oommltte *f tb Wanv :
,. Include. aa open aid auditorium Ill
; JHairaond Park ant North planund ..'.' pub: 1* eathuslaat'o' The cue Fafg, luperintendent of the 1'1_
ever pro. securing of the land for tM Ida ChlI.,..'s Home
\. Park have been completely acid outla. tress being ptad toward te development club' and the Improvement Society and Jack "
.., half the tint that bad beep estimated of the railroad. triangle la the I mad 11I4eont.mplat.4 sonvin Rtotarian, told lit* embryo ,
mad Rote
possible b of
for the process, according usfsfaematioe eater of the y Wednesday when
town ae.th* heart of a liberal
USE THIS COUPON buying ef Jlf membership/ h* spoke a* the
guest of
/ given out bB. W. Mar.yls the park sfieesen of Bonneted.A at Clip honor at
each. ) .
boys them Slice kssalready th luncheon
;9.P sale agent for the Downer prep letter recently received treat the J. .. bees paid IBM the "Thl ef the local club
treasury wonderful spirit
erUea. department service
malntalnanc of ef the
way organisation.Th > Mr.
:J. Mr. Morris, *!HIt the meet active Inquiring of the eemmle the ameuatef ) i ,"1 ; ROd..... Country Cub was Organised out ef Fagg the Said I..,.."If the reason why
and ._1111 real,estate men In the top soil seeded tot filling la the Dab. 1uw.,.. la till to provide a eeilerwhere have been Rotary Club that t !.
rf: Hedlaad District, announced today triangle Indicated a desire to eo-ep- :\\i tb* young. people organised throughout the ,
af the world
, that h* had just soil theTtaet M la |era**Ur-wlsea**eimM***M ..... '" .Th* Homestead ,Leader, it 3 eta meet for pleasure, *ornmunlty and John never Harris one baa disbanded." ,' ,.
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North Diamond Part and had; 'Im.mediately lug the triangle. a beauty spa*. Homestead, J'J rt4.. reereaUoa.Redland.' Fagg refrained mentioned what Mr. ,i,
contracted with. A. It Wai- The Information asked'for by the 1 the from alluding to, that IVaj

1. din 'land developer, to "p..t-tll"1 Apartment of the railroad I* being tWlh, to take adveatagt af I yesr'special! dellersubscription District Raises. I Horn superintendent society wa her of ... ChIld",, '* vi' ',
l-aor tract Into fsr Mibdl- supplied And bills delay <(5 | ea business "f
shape anticipatedBy ,
avtdisl. ThIAl...... development, i* the temnitte la gettlai werk 1 a.'d h "'.. a.I4 please. find lilt, for which J'alii to reeefve. the Quota la Annual Roll Can land III lie moved that the club contribute ', :.'? r
j I i for Robert A Brenner of Rutherford, rwayJ .' Y 't .J for oak few from the abov date or ape year treat. fh* The pasta asstgnedr the Redland The toward motion was Children'carried ,.Horn. fund ,; tJ" .k I.
: K. J. and win be ready to'place on os Districtn theAnneal A "ladles' .tmouel,. +.
x Mf' 1 .the market by January 1, Mr. X...- Taylor &,Sole Owner ;/ dab which my present aubecripttoa expire [Call was ....,... and Red It..Cross staled Boll by by a commute night"appointed la being planned "'J :, r
for the pure ''I
t'r."d. Of Real : the chairmen *f aha drive 'pose al the 1 I
Estate ExdiaagePrick \ J'! that the W.d.ee4atin. I
; Victor J:. Downer with whom Mr. Warn*..'. >I 4'kAddress I 11 amount U already approximately In A solo by H, .. w. It Crew. '\; 'ft" ,.. J t
.Werri* !ha been assoclatfd In *v the.purpbae* today baa< / B '. head and win b* reported to full by dt by Mrs. Crow Met and a I F '
'' teastve .development' and real estate MeoDoMld ut his holding la the Red- <. 'P."'o.Hose. the aloes of the week. Strickland, which were Wes l
seal In thin district mpeoto to leave land Real CMat!: Exchange following ... -- Ides Harvey MM palmer, Mel Ltt- prised the entertainment encored com. ; ;: 'f '
ails home In Rutherford, N. i. 'tk* the purchase some time Lga ef the" It' Ilea Mill, Miss Virginia Mills, and the program. feature 01' .. :+F :

tret part. ef January to .be down her I Interest ef B. F. Campbell, I. W. Taj- This. coupon, must b* lit the. teaser, '. .m' M or before December Ides. Virginia Cameron bad charge" of R. B. 1e1atJ1..... Red ,,7. :
net later thaa Jan. 1$.'lWb" h* and .Per become the mote owner of the it 1014 or the dollarnrats iU net apply securing memberships and donation Can chairman Croat Roll
Mr. Morri wtfl formulate plan. for Redlaad Real Estate: Exchange with and 'the credit for fits splendid soo- .. the member Month Dade, thank. : I ,
a future auMlvlstoa activltlea aU the holding ef the eolll,..,. ... j less .f the drive I Is accorded them by co-cperatlon of Ue.club tot th* ,tf' ..
i .. given In the ob-h,
these having the Roll Call la charge ssrved I last tat day "' .
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Heller. Mr*. ... J(. Lyooa Mr*. OaroHalnlln
and Miss KendalABDLANO ,

I Social


ftomlaad W_'. Out met
:: IM Ts.ode, aarM at* MM club "
be.e. The axinlUM d*.tded t*> in' 'r
tim MR* Jtt'E. RAl OR BIIIXE CLUB.Mrs. ramo m'oear.e *f potKleal *ca.imr t

Wit H* CHrt met at the horn .f Cari Tu..... aMrUUMd the hat was atarUd lat spring sad rote* """

Mr*. Praik Rut last Thnnday nigh Rain or Shine Club Wed.....r at.eraon to seed a flkMma hex t* th* Chita T '

Mr*. 1. H. Webster won the woman" The ladle owd dartag the *f. *>.*. Homo In JarknonrtlWKir 'Tfte. '

rmt .... a-pair .* .mbroldre4' .U. Mrnooa. Th. jhoftee *rrd 'friritulad dollar wa. donated for dome, ,.;
low caM| :Mra Cha. FuoM Jr won and punch to her giHxt* urge tie (Nilenc equipment Mr. O. B

fits con.oiatlexr'pP1u& a rat fH>veri R were: ..... Fred Redd. Mrs, Frank ftauilff and Mra Mui ida PhllUp / ,su suY
H. Hlntr won the man, tint prlee, a Rue, Mr*. O. t Hackler, X..... rrank0kUI trite voted In as member, salt i
pen knit: and Frank Skill got tits and Mr, J. H. WebMor e

consolation prle. a clothe. bru.h |e. ....:- CLYDE' BOWl>F!< C1XEBRATCS 'p t
cream cake and punch wn ...... th* fumt was wen Mr a4 MM a A.'* AND a. A". GO Clyd* Bowden of Florida City ..I..

Frank Skill, Dr and )I.... J.'A. Smith. ON WEINER ROAOT brated his fifth birthday Thursday afternoon ,

)/r. and Mr. Lee Lehman Mr rod The little R. ...'. and G A:c of the by entertaining a number ot ._

Mr.. Q. J Haekler Mr en< )I.... B.H Baptist Church went on a weiner rout ether email boys The guests Invited '
Hlner. )lr. and )I,.. CHvn Vlcto .hut Tuesday afternoon. Immediatelyafter were: Jlmml Bchallern, Walton DU.

Mr. and. Mr.. Charle. Fuah,. Jr. )bo. school can t..11b.* kid"I.* out On. ,Reginald Oranberry Cha*. Cook
and Mr*. J. H. Wbtr and W. B. to the Longview' olub house where Alberta Relta, *?ha I'lIooa.farold '
Jordan. there b a great pile .t land They Rohrcr Roland Mood Lelbura Nil .
sat quietly on the aaad *bile Mr.Jelk oa, Irwin Mrrlck. Edmund P oettL J

ENTERTAINSMONDAY : *. th. ...vanglltlo singer. told measured
MRS. HACKLEH BtUDGR CLUB.Mrs. them .to.le. After this th* 'Rr C. MR& unsatnos OROASIZES. of the Redland District can be J>y the progress '

N. Walker gar a touching prayerfor A CLASS OF SMALL BOY,*. .
O. 4. Hackler .nt.atallI.4 tits tbd chlldnn. d ...... E E. Llvingitott organlied a '
ut Mondar ..ttr oon at and prosperity of its Business house That Redd's Department
trldg: Club Then the \bnd" froUoed b a 'tha.and. claw of email boy In the Bund], :
Mrt. II H. Missy wen U>
bee horn
M E.
had school of the Church. South
played a jolly
game and
priM, a vanity oa**, Th botw **rrad good time Werner wen roetd andandwtahea Tb* little follow* oall themselves Mia.ut Store has kept pace \vith.the progress of Homestead '
dellctou refruhavenU a( maple T&o \ r
appl**> banaaaa, orange Men and their motto I. tt ,
nut sundae, punch and oak. I and tangerine were enjoyed, .ulok" Robert Krome I* their (rreel.deati and the this section is evidenced k.t .
TboM prmMnt went Mn: J.M Those attending th. picnic' wer! 1.11.1 Randolph Olaaa\. Hc-prldnt| rest the'y'
)f.... 1:. H. Hlntr Mra W. .. I *., .* .
man. oil. Self Lllllo MM to. Mary Jon**, Burton Branch, ectetary) Frank For. { i l If: I. .
Oeronlmo MlM. Harvey Mae PalmerMn. Marlon Doneey Xvlya. fetch, Orac cal, traurr On the mmbcnhli ly improvements that 'navenade this stpre the popular .r !
Smith Mn. I. H. Wetoter ,
J A. Flarl'lln. Eloise' Bradley, Francis Dor- committee an Charlie til.!.nn> MorrlaDavl. ".
and ...... Frank SkillI5VITGD ... and J R ChapmaiA and .a the '* '1
WIlla Barren, Marl Campbell,
Mr : : '
modern business establishment that 1i it is today. ,
Orac. Raybura, Janl Bowen W1UI flower oomgtlttee.I Earl PaceUI and : j'-,; '

PUBliC II : Bell Bowen, Ruth .Trader Mary Happy Campbell"Mr } f .t .' ,
LEMQ PAIWTA tJrlng.ton declare. ther t t I ) i .
to irown. Marguerite Wollan, Don : l' '. : .,(
lemon party le t* be given by i Connell Ucil Lett, Co a Davis, not a better claw In Sunday achnol ,. .
Sunday eohool clmj. No. II of the Myrtle Ptnnlngton Bernice Loll Lucyjiwreno '
Methodist Church South, at the borne *. Vera Connell, Elva Hill, ": "
of tb* class teacher Mn r, R. Fleltaa, Marl Muckenfuee Eunlo Walker. WITH MRS UATTHFWS. .

on Tuwday evening, Nor. II. at Lola Walker, Carol Walker, Virginia Circle No 4 of the Baptlet Mloefea. '' ; ,1 YOURS FOR SERVICE "' :, ::
p. m. Dortey. Etlaabeth Mcllwalo Teddl any Society met at the horns ot Mrs : ,j .' ?. .

The public I i. Invited peas urged to Thoma a, H
be '....IIt. Each person la requested Walter Frailer Dexter and gar the following1'program" :: I;. : ',":*AT tX t ,
Opening -Nearer My Ood
t* brine a lemon An admission" fM of Horn, Milton MqOarrah. Edward song

penny for sack Md tb. lemon contain larnaa, H. V Cook, Aneel Barrow, DOYotional-M. Pickard. '.' ""r, .
Beading China--Mm Turner.
will be charted.: Sedle lemont Edwin: MoOarrab BID MoConnell, Jr.. on '
will be fined .. raonabl* amount Christie Taylor, Jethr Turner. Alvab Plano eoloi-MU* Lontta Horn.

.A program of music and readings Taylor. Allen Weal, Herman Thomas, R..dlnt-Harrlet Smith :
will be given, and refreahmenta will The pev and Mn. C. N. Walker, J. Reading-Valeria Fitch.
be "",'d. W. Jelk, the Rev. J4 C. Wmme. Mr. Talk o% Iluropean trlp-M.. Frank Redd.'s-Dept.i

'flit proceed will be vied for th, J. R. Dorwy and Mra. Frank Mcllwaln10CIJF ., Hausman.y. l, ::
benefit of 'the IIUpera.IIU"'cCj( ( [mlnl. lWaln?+ilr t tttaaa HaiumanRle '

ten oC tits Methodlet Chuoohfoouth. *. ; '
( NO. 1 )u KTSmi Bong,' "My Country Tie of The*." ,
v. :41'\. I I"' bliss PIU1'l.Circle Plan eolo-Kllttbeth Home. "I : .
-- Store
Ice cream and oak war nerved fci '
No 1 of the W. M U. net
..... MiV !
.t the homa of :Mia Josephine Pratt Diana Hauimaa Rice, j "
*. Thoma Drawer the chairman ol last Monday afternoon Mr* Hender- I the following )I,.. 8.; X Turner1 t,.."
a committee from Pioneer Guild lIOn who had charge ot the devotional I Frank Hounnaa, Mr*. C. N. Walker .1

ha* received the following donation read the 17th chapter of Chronicle. Mr. W. A King. Mn. H. M Cook, '

to pay for the making of rak rugs forth M Ira, O. A. Weet led la prayer Mr. a.... T, X Campbell. Mr. a H. Fitch, ;: '
Children Horn in JackeonvllleTh : : E. Myrlrk rave a report froavth com.tttec ....... K. Plckard Mr., a F. Matthew. f
Woman Mlmlonary Society of I Mir Lcntta Horne. Elisabeth Homo,
that wa to see about the needy.
the M. I). Church South-II.40; St. i Valera Fitch and Harriet Smith
The Circle then discussed the Thank
John Episcopal dulld-III PioneerGuild
giving picnic and the vnty-flv mil.
of Redl.n4-1I.J Longview" Club CIRCLE NO. I MEETS
/hire. from the book called Royal }
The Longview Club will atart wearIng ,Circle No. I of the W. M. V met at :
rrvleo. A commute Of
th* rug the tint *f the week : oonalMIng the home ot Mr*. Grady pmlth last 4 '
M,.. t. 0. Bnnnon Mrs H L. Bally. .
'I'll.,.. wishing to contribute are asked Monday afternoon Mr*. Smith had =7.71P d.9..wZ @ ;A@ :W7 f@' { ;VMuu4 S". > ,
to nuik the check payable to Mra Mrs, Becker ant ,MlM Jomphln Pratt harg. ot the meeting. Mr*. T. B ,
wa* appointed to see About getting,
TbomM brewert Kirby led the devotional cxerclee ,
new member to call on the new
peo. .
and Mr W T. McConnell led the
pie that com to> town.
< l\S CLIII JlrKTSKITH mission study work on translation .
Thoi present were Mr. C. Z.
Mil. AND M3U. WILVrT of the Bible In th. early centurlen
Saunders, Mr*. E Myrlrk, Mrs. I, IX Now In
She had drawn aa interesting outlineon Progress
Mr. and Mra. H. B. Scbarf eaterlalned
lInn nOli. Mr*. H U Bully. Mn 0.Pearc .
the Coma Club at *ard. last R. *. Mr, a X West, X.... Fred a chart and thin mad her explanation

Tuewlay evening Ml_ Ana Polk won ewlaad. Mra l'a< the guest ".1... Mr.. T. J. Letchwerth and Mr. J. Decker, Tboe present at the meeting were! '
the women'* tint prlM W. X Murphy Mra H. J Davis. Mr. E L/Lawreno. .
Mr*. W. T CcConnelh Mr*. C. N. "
the men. first prl**, Mr*. B. H. a
'I Hlner the women'* wcond price, and \\'. C. T. U ]MTFT9 Walker Mr*, B. Da McO rah, Mr. !

W. X. Vvaltoa the men Mooad primA WITH MHUCAKTThere T. E. Kirby Mr*. A. I* Brown Mra. GOLDMAN'S9th .

froiea fruit salad eoune was **rv.* was a called meetjng of the L. C. Carr Mr*. C. E.: Butler Mr*, aF ; :'

e4. Tb guess went Mr. and Mr edland W. C T. U at the horn of Fox. Mr*. J. R. ChamblhM, Mrs

W K. Walton Mr. and M.... W. A. Mr*. W. H. Cart of Redland last Moo- Barrow. and. a visitor Mrs. Tom Vann.

Murphy and their ***** guest, af.... day afternoon Tboe present at the Mr. X U Brown Joined tile circle

Hammed Dr, and Mr*. W. B. Jor- meeting ""wen Mr*. M, J BrownlowMr .
Ian, Mr an dMra B. H. Hlner, Mr *. Seymour Dane, )I.... Xathrya (Continued on Pac. SVB) ANNIVERSARY :

and )I.... Given Vlet_. Mr, and ......
T. J. Latchworta, and MlM. Ann Polk. !iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii iiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii '



On Monday afternoon the members' = ., ..
.t the Helping Hand Society Called'I Hosiery Shop |Ii SALE ,

at the Longview club "sows where '
Mr*. Olendolf. one of the memben !> 1'1' '" ) ., \
arrylag oa 4 rag carpet bualnea "QUALITY at its BEST" I t s

Aa *she birthday and Mja In Nwrember Blanche tCbapmnliav each wa i MRS. JOHN A. CADDIS Pres.: | s

nested with a beaded Wg* andbirthday a i I ,.. "
oak. i 117 Central Arcade Miami, Fla.unnllnounnunHHUmululuuuuunmouauuunuuununnnnunununnltnr. i ) V .HI( 1 '
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JOINT MIU'W' MEETING : Offering .the Greatest Collection:
MITII Mil. "'('IAIID. ofiFashionable': } ,1:

AU th. circles .( th. Ttapflat Ml*- I at .
; Apparel Lowest Prices in theHistory
tlooary Society ,met at the horn ef ,
tin K. PIckaM. president. of all the I I, :" j "
lrol" last Friday anornooa Each rr, bf.ur'Store ,.i' iJJ
; '. .,> 1 ..
group had t* *.plala. how II had earn. s.f : ; ,
D4. II for the e.vpnty.flve tnlllloo : I .hl i )" \ f ./ ,, .,, ,

campaign .
In Circle. No. t Mrs: Quad Joiner I

lt' to hort vtnta, Circle paw :" to'\: ;, t"
Clrela No. I .
vented a wig gam* 1
SATURDAY NOVEMBER It WKDN1E: had *n. which AV/ *
long poem ,
K '
the whole cirri*. In Circle GLORIA SWAHSOY I MAR.MOVT I Come to This Fashion Fete ; ,

member had a sheet ver* .P..t..1 with Pammewt cast laRt With LE.tTRICB JOY U ,

Oane were playvd and !- ttton "I'M Mawtaf Chi M*
rtckard *.rv4 pumpkin Gloria. Wire weeks. ales UermaM Mad In. the South Seas" aIM Van I v' ,. I\
made moklea and .off**. On each .
put-ease a dip o( paper with a .*. Comedy and Funny hoot Bibber Comedy and TraealogeeTHCRRDAT : > ...

undrum oa.tt.Tkoa ., MONDAY, NOVEMBER 14 NOVEMBER IT I I : "_

araaent at the m etng went Double Header Doubt'* header .," : I''. .. '
Mr*, d M Walker Mr*, B. O. MIOarrak I
Mr* W T MoConnell. ...... with i D wAiutEn' : .uTM with JOHN GILBERT: Ia .

a ChaabUea, X.... Bulllr. Mr* B.L. Wolf/ Kan1 .'Ibs.saare Itanrhw '

Lawwao. Mrs U 0. Orr Mr*. and WM. DESMOSB In and EREXE: Rica InV Y ..

Grady 11I1.I..., Mr* ,O. 4. Wat Maw lug hnhet" I ..Y..onUy>* "H*" -
Ouaria Mrs, Tarn Vans Mn.t .
Joinery ,;
r Twa big westerns and Oaa>*o ThrUU and. remand, also Calver. [J'
B. Doney' I Mr*. Frank Mcltwala,
Mra Hattie HIM. ..... '), .. Bttaa COBMOTVECDAY sal. OoeaadyFRIDAY

Jre. Martin ...... .. K hItch af.... 1C I NOVEMBER: NOVEMBER II I
T. Campbell, Mr: T. A.Campbell, Mr*. .
a X Turner lire., MoCUuMha. Mra. i\CK HOLT *. WARREN K.UUUOAW

(I. Wright Mr, (k Berry, Mra. T It. with NORMA SHEARER la With big rear east ta

Fiche, X.... O. a Radterd. Mr, R. "Empty Ha Ja" -n. .... F oas Broadway
X. KdwuMU. Mr. HtIJ. Davl*. Mrs A Canadian Northwesters. alCealury ..
Eat ladlaa also JackDenpy
\4 Mary klo\-, Mra. aT/Bow. Mra, T, C.JOrby Olril Comedy and :
n Mr ? K MOn*, MU* I<.*. Fax Nw and Fix New

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; Thuradwr:'Novtmbnr to, 1984 0, TB. HQXBSTEAD LEADER A- Ptyt Three ;r"'"

A ron WllHaIM Dfea TH* Sere Of FLOMDABy tOOn BOOM CLAM WILL I aid Mat I* what the _>.r. .Maatdecided W aAdnca. '0o the pwaUi Sash .aiming eventnc at the ratBalnt ef the meetla -

Dr. wm. J. Carter. ....ea<< EXTEND MOMK UmTATlO" .to dM. .. .. .. ttac* aMMfrtato to *.
At Silver Palm Home K.: Tr* dw.ll. the rcgoMr tMeher. A...H.s IMttOlO**. W.Rttlwl .**/ .", ... la a welcome at th* ervKsee
The Hug I ling of Florida The nmbw. of Our Mm' Bitter. Miami Sunday atteadlr .
wa In last -----
, A. Wlukm.i;;; i ...r Palm dyadl. I* on. at balisy air for an who tiwwer for ...," odd the e ,
at and F. Malta
Claw that smote regularly a boy onfrno
bom Thursday: morning at 4 With cooling 1 br**** from cheery' bay graiamar school auditorium ....jl conducted' the neon ported. Will Continue Re*, e W Waikpr sit... of the j
. A tew month ago Mr. Wlturtered Aad skies so eaanHmg fair; Thtouth Another Week ....... **Tp> fgtt win ..... sod nMdati 1 hesssdle
a stroke of paralysis .keel, BO aedaM*)> d to a regular t ,
-M i,5.Slaw ..
I ass Mop rIM aad *
| lllb a* *
. I, wa I la to* too*! hospital Jdessw< 1MrM *0 oteaee each Sunday that whoa ao a0t0 Education Week Observed'Dr .
4 for treatment for torn time Led bear tint Jth of every das member appeared lat Sunday they ttt* .....YJ eervtoee new befog held .......... 0.. Itw.AitaltV Al$.... teed I a

\\1 |f never entirely. regained hi" health. WHala Da ...... ".. were a Wes Mt MrprhMd. They' decided Homestead Schools la the Banttt Church wW oM_. what rrie.dt --t. saw ar twwty 'j
I. '.1 1' William\ I* eurvlved by all. o Florida weet tend of fruit that a good way to prevent --" seat week. The meeting ha bee* and waat 0n"pdU lW-* alt who
l" e, Mrs Dulolne Williams; hi" 'fathI. Thy praise w* sing they nam* salute reourreno* ot..that eltuatlon, hoiwvft American Education Week I* being are homelee* aid want *fctlHf c. lew*
'5 F. William! two brother. W. Thy 'rive** warW wit* pleaeur boatel I M t* be a \UW mor* above la .1ItDn... oberd Mil week by the Homestead largely attended, and lbs singing and, --.ht.. ekarch open wide tilt +***.. 5
{$i.\ :.. nd Oecar William. and two step' From. doerne., ; Jeeter Layton and Marlon'Lay- float. loosed to attending any Sunday arhoo mad to have some ene give a eulta- Conversion. were sees on Sunday e WKLCOMV ".
I .1
,. tII "11 of 8llvr Palm. He cam* t* .
.J --- --
.4f ------ ---- --- ---- ---- -- I
\\1"" ell v.r Palm about II yean ago and And when I dn&a. ot that tale tend
ilff) .4 Mrs. William* were married TO which are born the feWet, :.&\"
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roan after. H I know that Ood matte It'grandIf :
:', 1>>1'. William war a specialist la the H* but did HI beet 1,1" '"1 '
gjWlng and budding of citrus/ \ avooado For' her He' ahowfl t* all that ....... j I I

,.and mange tree. Aa earthly paradise' )
$: wa a member of the NaranJ The best beneath the spanning \\018"
jp4g* of Masons Funeral Mrvtoe rbs beat at'-aey prlo*. .. (
1.t, 'Conducted by the Rev. T .W., Wht- tlorldajo\ ( th*. 1 flag
.. .
.JI' worth, will be held Friday afternoon Where bounteott. III... of gorgeous
';1", be Naranja) cemetery, wing xla .
.\iF foreet nest, la hummock swing (
lJ'O. And toll n* of eternal spring.
O. F. Delegation does

f To Coconut Grove Lodge Cap:: Sabl hart the towerteg I palm.

With coconuts galore, ,
4i Seventeen member of the Home-. A eight to nil (h. vole with paelm
lead Lodge I. a O. r.t.4 the Abeve the.__', roars / ,
Fort Dallas Lodge, Miami, last Mon The royal palm lift high their claim, ,
day' night I And were them'Jn 'the breese rr, 'R J117 1Vf/gl CENTER &MBB W '
J The third or eearlet. degree was Unto the park they give their names,
conferred with eight member from And rule among' our treae.
they Homestead lodge assisting th*. etatt of the Miami lodg. Where Bpanlsb. hue with our doe! ..---.- "' w.. wr w ,_._.... w. ., u--.
.;, f', t Interesting short addressee were blend
;JI," mad by member: of different lodge To Georgia's Iud ot beauty grand w ..wwwwww, ,w. ,w, ....... -----nr"w "
"r, throughout the district. Later refresh W* feel our God and see HI" hand. ..
,'" 4 menu In abundance were **rv.
k' .d by the Fort Dallas how.r Thy road are paved with asphalt
ThOM attending from Homestead black 1
were: B. A. Tlbblu, H. B. Beattlt. ?f A* seas a* any street, I r
I '. O,o. F. Ball, Ben. O. Fountain C. M. Then wind around along the track

. : .a..... E. f. Scarborough. X. E. Bailey, Where rail and sail do meet
*. A. Baker, J. M. Scarborough W. O.Ilryant Her auto run with little car* Miami's Most '
! Alonio M Ewen. G. E. Allen Beneath effulgent.tree' '
{I [liurry D. Wolfe, I. Lore w: H. And through' the winter garden there

Thornton E. G. Gamber and T. L. That thrive and seldom tre.... tl
; Grave o Florida, ot thy delight, e '
With climate fine and beauteoue sights.

With day of joy, delightful nights,
'. Substantial Growth Made
; I ling of the, thy mellow light*,
.5.J ;'yBy Local Fertilizer Co. e : '
Perfect Subdivision
Th* reetleee water of the bay : ; I
r' ..The Florida East Coast FerUllser Rush high upon the shore, ,
S '
,V Company, owned and controlled by lo. Tie wind that fill Itself with pray ;
cal people .to one of th. progreselv. Blow oa to cool our door) '
and growing Institution of Horn.. It till the land with pleasant rain
lead.jEetabllahed To- water
fruit and grain,
.' a little more than ayear '!'be gift of God from Bay Blsoayn
I ,,, ago It ha put out. or the first For every grove and plain.
I year 1,100 ton, ..14h.. management From'' Jacksonville of Duval'. pride
announce,\ It wfll this year more la winter mild\ the tourist ride,
I than double that amount To Homestead glad In Southern Dad -- ', ,
I .Th. Napp Brand and Redland Where field (a worked by man 'and '
Brand with their several formula tor maid. In the creating of Vedado, Miami's most perfect subdivision -

I each brand eupjlly suitable fertlllceri ,
-.. for citrus, avocado and tomato'rrow'I The Rcdland stand above the rest everything has been included' that makes for

er*. la climate, fruit and health t
I \+ r i \ The plant of th* company eorerlag"V And every cue who want th'. best. better living and ideal home environment Even the
L *" a spars of 100 I y 100 feet between For comfort or for wealth
: ti' the F. B. C. Hallway and the Infrap' Will turn to Homestead when he .;,;. minor conveniences, things that are usually overlooked ,
I icy taut Highway I* splendidly located for learn : d
: by developers to make its completeness.
i '. .handling their output. Of ell It ha to give; go up l
I'" A* fruiting bud to sunlight turn lS
For vigor and to U... I
'' New Jersey :Man Gives

t- (, ,, -Impressions of HomesteadA When his northern tojhee chill sweet has Florida com to.stayWe'll "EVERY Profiting by what has been accomplished in other, note- {,

r :',? A Leader -representative; ;; mef A.rv In Antt Homestead'when the northern b,.... we'll tumm'r'i feel It not hot STREETA. worthy developments, and taking the.. greatest of ,care .Y 'f H

) ; C. Derby a few day ago and knowIng committed In
been .
I"" that he wj a recent addition to ,to avoid any errors that might have .

Ire' 'Redland pletrjct citizenship naked Damenstein Jeweler Has their development, the owners of Vedado are sparing t
I him to give a brief statement of hi* BusinessOne .
\ j:, ,tmpreeilona' HI reply I I. given here"I Up-to-Date Miami ,
no expense or effort to make it homeste! of supreme !
I \ ,with; : I WHITE i
'\ V earn to Homestead upon the of Miami' newettand moet perfection.
! :: recommendation al Mr. Sharman who up-to-dat. Inctltutlon I te the I>&m..I! s
I 1'; ," purchamd. Palm Villa Grov on Red- mla Jewelry tore, bested at JO W.;: i' '. : ,WAY" ; '. .
:! \ land Road after Ito had spans the Flagler Street The etore'e grand pen--: ,
winters/ Miami' and 'thoroughlyatndled log will b* tee alt-day. vent oa 'I ". {i Those who appreciate the better things of life will find -

the currovndlnjr euniry, ad BMday, November II. "Wed'j I .. ..
.' .( Mr. Cameron.."Wr reel J'OI/.r./ a Mr. Dap ensteln's many friend '0 n Vedadq a perfect setting for their ideal homeland atprices
:\1 ; resident ot >JlomesUad and.a former
I the county made will tee :was ooa '
, eK;r:;ti reildent of tba city adjoiningmy hometown netted with th. jewelry departmentat i that are considerably lower! than they would .ext f r
la New Jersey. *'* e
',')//1'fI lam well Impreeeed with tile 10I.JI that 8urelI.he hae.'.opened are delighted up a business to know of pect M fc to pay for property' of this ;caliber.: .' # ,

cation of.Homestead the thriftlnee
! : bill own. Mr. Dameaiwla earn to Miami f '
, J o( :hem surrounding country, the \la illO and I* well known and \ ,,; i. f L..1,
t ajr which I i. cool withoat '
well\ liked In _1&1. 'and fciuln*** ell" Si ..
t"' tile tint It would "
directlyn ;
I.vl .ie*. \ i
fir, from the, ocean. .'
Ho began learning the jewelry kueln r
1' j. "Th lear pure water which I didot ,
'. And north e* In Eurep when loa woo 1* year
further la Florida
//iI.( peal* to me and It will to others when an- of age. HI" oourteou. and _.Iderate Homesites in Vedado ARE within your reach. They
they come to know of It. of dealing with customers basors Ii IiI >
d\ II IIr ,
\n "I will add that tits friendly eel-. him. a Urge following, HI* cue- are exceptionally moderately priced especially when ,,
omen. hav confidence In bin because I
Ingof all th. people I h..m.t ha .\
impreeeed me _IL" .I II.1. thorough knowledge of huboelne you take into consideration Its wonderful 1 location J '

+Y5. .*,-U.careful attmtlon he ..vea''| .
to the high quality of the Jewelry natural beauty and complete I Improvements., :, ,s i, '
Perrine .Will See Play handle a..4 to the riMlrtog 4.poo.rto.l C ) (.,, } ; "1;s;: > '

"Forty Years" Wednesday mint! HI *tor* bas a \;' ,'. ., r
O1 watches, diamond I noveltl, diver- \ I "
At the Porcine Methodist Church war and out glaee. lupplle of ellver-j{ I Vedado is on Citrus Road j just a short distance from i .

t. .will a Wednesday be repeated night the Nov.charming II, at lithe TIO: war given ipecial for hotel attention.and retaurant are i I Ila TamiamI Trail Field representatives are on the t. I fl': (

play, "Forty Tear," given by the appreciation of hi.* patronage Hr. property at all times. Stop on your way by and let ;/ '
Toting people claee lat Wcdaeedayla Dam," !Ia will preeent each ef the ."

Princeton. visitors at his store an openlag day t j" us tell you more about this beautiful. property '"
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Page Eight THE HOMESTEAD LEADER' Thursday, November S0, 1924 '

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TO PATIENTS IN SUNNY FLORIDA Nunrl C M.. Thomas ot Tampa of the ha C. I purchaeadHo : Thomas

-- acre. .( pin land wool of Red

fy W. A. Claiton, ... IX. m Board ot raawd five pOniU, ttfth dar until I land and ha already made arranro- .
Health BullMaaW Item two. ) .'f.tIf Mora a day ar male for aeWjtg out avocado on lee Announcement
shoat is the.... tbto May b* afcrktadat aaas of tt, anaoaaoo U. A. Camroawk
hi.woes.*. t* th* *alabrlon. .
aisle tie aato.CTb
( MfuT $*d atr *.a ,.. a.
effect of our Florida .uii hU. The bad oil nl4 always b* protested fact that Mr. Thomaa. on* of
and a.* many evldeiw *t Its bOD'- by white **t or a towol. It to bent the largest growers of nursery stock
flU to th4I..nel.4I' ew Norther to atari thg'wr*atnnnt under the *upervMon -, |'a the Mat, and a naa thorough
aelghbore w*. eome la the state each at physician, who pas familiar with fret growing oondtlon -
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year and bask note any irregularities of the pula or of every eotlon, select* tile R4* .
ray., la many wvnMM, aotaWyBwttaerland. "'m raturo. Tha fatmnt roqulr*. .lead Platelet .* the looatloa for tarplanting .. ,
Ib. ray .f the sun have oonildcrabl Urn to 'tfot a complete of avocado to oat of the .
b*.it applied 1. the body for the os. cur but th. b.n..<. a* manlf prep purpose of healing deflnt dl- relief or pain and a general feeling of t* ua a. a* avocado ectlonn.. said Mr. '
aeaaea. Till treatment .. known a.'ifellotherapy" wll-blna are usually noted la a frV Cameron. Tne Florida City Garage
and wan first Introduasd day or weekarank.
a* a remedy for tubar.ulo.ie. ., Information rardln thla Roberts Home Destroyed '

However In many other diseases' treatment may be bad from the 8UU By Fire Near NaranJa ANDBlacksmith '
to. fact In most dlMuuM* and condition Board of IIl&Itll.Gould. .
where the body I* ran down bo- The home *f R. B. Robert. about ,
low par the -Hill treatment .. b.*.- Meeting Place .: half A mule aM *t Naraaja woe enOrly .. Shop
float and worth whil trying- Chronic
destroyed'by fire toat Thuredsy ,
rhe.m.ilsm, sciatica, chronic ulcers, For Baptists Next Year night about ten o'olook. ...
.."u..., fistulas ollr'DlotGwe1 trouble Mr. Robert with aU wife and baby i \.
and many other oondltloaa mar bbcnefltted The heat cession.ot the )lI&IIIIIap. had retired and were awakened b, /
by a eourM .( HUotbtrapy, tM AMoUUon will be held la Oovldela the flame with barely Urn t6 *
November UII. Thin wa, doldd acap Myers & Clinton will its business J from:
or /Iriia Treatment. from the burning building No In operated by move ..;.
at the UMenth annual radon held
Wall this treatment to trend ea.teasvely ,uranc wa carrl.... Tb* low I* cat!.
la Kortner *,,"N'tll_ to In Key Went November 11, It and II. :11IUI..4. at 11.000. the present location About Tt detonate from IIhu"", *. between
the disadvantage with oomfort that'll la cold cannot Northern betaken West. Palm Beach and Key- St. John'i Guild To Hold Highway) and, .Palm Avenue in the new building just t

weather.winter eHmat This la to where superior our bocaua Forlda) welt"Uany were regular pr.nnR aeeoelatloa attndr Church Bazaar Saturday ;erected by Charles. B. Clinton I'',

her tb* treatment can be taknn felt, that thto wa on. of the meet Afternoon and Evening
throughout the year. It ho boon tat- fracloua and rfre hlnf aeeilona vr .
that wint heldwld the Rev O. N. Walker 0' Th Guild of M. lob a', Church will
4 by competent
r sunihlna'M ot'I uhoquu,(",,*. benefit than*the riraVDaptlat Churth her*. "T biagt.rtalning hold It* bad V Saturday afternoon &v t9.Tewill be better equipped to handle all automobile work ,
the summer mn cbtrch. howr4 the vlel-I 'had ...nln,. December I, In the buildIng '
tore with the boepltalUy typicalof north ot the Homestead post off loo. and general repairing. I
There are a few point '
treatment that must bit considered.TBor the I.lander-watwt and core | Fancy work and pie, cake, doughnut .
dial. The other churchea of the and cookie will b* for sale e t
inuit Ire nothing between thoIIIlh"
city veer aim very ....clou". A Oyster stew and coffee wilt be served
and Th. benefit
the body.
ray motorcade was given the delegates. on from 11 la I p. m. and from I toIM
We make of bodies.
of the treatment depend to a great Wedneaday afternoon. The ._le"* !f the evening.Alonzo a specialty. building
extent on the "ultra-vM ray and
were taken. up with routine matter,
three wilt not pan through glaes' i>r
but the vnlnit .er. reserved tor Lewis Erecting:
clothing even a wire aer'een will tire.
vent some of th* ran from reaching one and Iniplratlon The annual ...,. .Warehouses and Tanks will modern and department
-We have station
man by the liar, M. J. Dollt.,.. waafilled a filling accessory
the body. It U not sufficient to tII. with the spirit of tvantollim, For Sonoco in Fla. City ,
-pow only the diseased area to the .
and thronged church thrilled
a wan
sun; the whole body must be exposed Thnkijwlth a capacity of 10.000 galena ,
on the closing evening by th. minion. j.
and this must b* don. gradually. Th. are being installed and a wow
ary addrtw* of Ur. j: L. Wbll. and .
usual method I* a* follow On the house 10 by,'0 feet 1 to being created (
Dr. C M. nrlttaln.
first day the test and ankle are ens In Florida\ Cllr by Alon Lewla, manager .
pocnlf front and back, for live ruinuu Th r' *. 1he .ond day the feet and iihow three new churcea formed U the and distributor. tat thl, territoryfor
ankle ar. .xpn.d for "n iiilnutV-g environ af \Itaml) |4I baptlamii Sunoco.canalloe, oil* and other 'Myers & ;: ClmtoriiDISTRIBUTORS .
and the lit* to the 'mhfdlo of the tire, tOO valuation for church proper. product 'Th; new building and ,.:
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niton* for fv.! imnutua. Th. third If; lll.OIT.il contribute! for mto- equipment will be ready by IXo. I. ",
alone and .U.,.(. contributed "
day the foot and .0111. get fifteen Jo.o4 when the tint carload of rile will roll r
mltiliHHi ipmum, the !I.... to the mid etpencr In, Mr Lewi mid yesterday OF YALE TIRES :
dl. of"lh* thigh tn minutia, and lhe The officer' ot the aaeoclatlon forth Th present filling station building. .
rest ., the rep Including the pips five ensuing year are: the Rev. E. H. formerly owned and operated by i.. Phone 2921 Florida City Fla.
mlnutn. On the fourth day the *am. Jenkins .moderatort the R*... C. N. H. Dixon of Florida City, will be entirely ,.
prooodur 1* followed and includes Walker, clerks and Dr. J. U Wlilu, remodeled la the near future,
the abdomen for flva mlnut** la state board repreeentattv and chairman Mr. Lewis said and a modern conCrete I
this Way the whirl. bay .beom .n of xoutlv commute The Rev block and etucoo building will' r
posed In 4 work or M, and when thin J. C. Him wa choeen to. preach the take tb. place of the tram itrutur o
time M reached th. exposure for the annual sermon next. year, and th. Rev. *.
whole body I I. md for five minute., O. A. title] WM appointed delegate to Mr. Lewis woo formerly la charge of
floe i amt tack This. can now b* In- the 0outh rn Ilaptlat Conwntlun. the Miramar( Filling Station In Mlam .

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Years ago when our forefathers first Inaugurated (
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a Day of Thanks everybody

Minor RepairingGetmore made merry. Newly woven" and sewed

; i. : clothes were donned, new pieces pf furni. J Y

,\ ture were added to households, the best of ., '

: a foodstuffs were prepared for the Thanksgiving ,

pep and more miles out of your car-use'Sunoe; f'" table. !

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c !it; I t': :. f."r' 4 f :which has given us Thanksgiving nit !
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Estate is in the North Wet; '- :J .. W .: I
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Section Along the Main -"','It'1 t*''' ", f' '
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Thorofares Leading to Hialeah; ', 'l't "

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: _l' l'as it is, on the two principal thorofares, it : ,'

> forms the connecting link between the Magic ; I .

,'. ., City/' and the sports center at Hialeah. ..; l

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Avenue, the main arteries leading from Miami r h hr : *

.r. 1 ::1\ r to Hialeah, are. 70 feet in width.They pass directly ;

and intersect the Holle-
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,( .2, 'I' man Manor. '
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: ::1 will instantly recognize and appreciate the value ,' :

I"( I. of this strategic location.: To those who are not h-*'#a*r I. 4'

conversant with values here, we wish to state h

',..,I' that Holleman Manor is located in a section that

: is now in process of a most phenominal growth. \ ,

F i Property values..here are increasing by leaps and j\
": :: .:...., bounds. Those who invest In Holleman Manor '
I. : .:\" ;property today will be greatly rewarded for their

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} Foil sized lots are now all modern! improvements,
.. available iit- Holleman
'. \ P' ," Write\ wire for further Paved and oiled streets,
"Manor i low "' or
I f ,. as ask Pure ',
ti... palatable water ;
1 .. ., articular,sor call at our Cement sidewalks
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)Y., .. ; Artistic shrubbery ,
'.' ...-.'; .$$1,100TERAte20PERCENT. office r and, asic'to. see this. Citrus fruit trees ,
,1/ '. -tff :: :; White way lights I tt
t i ,. .'.w \ superb. property. Electric light and telephone
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Mr. Md Mr*. Grady Smith Of HMMuad family and &,?and ;lira Mt', 1: lilt lyi ", had aUO;, .J I a vMt with nor piston In .... \ at';'. .....,.. ," ":'1'o\.' ,

made a motor trip to Miami la. *. .ell aid rinBy .f Miami Md al 1 t> KedUnit..Ladles' AM *HM snot.* : INCBTON" II Mr. and Mr Ira 114.-w Iw> Miss Ty* Bwowa e* OMO+||

IMBday.H. tb *h m* of Mr. aid Mr. 'W. A. It':' with MM. W' Calkin Friday at I Palm Beach cam dews lo tdsib Iftflfc.Andereon1 'O.*** has Iran:Is *..pntMloa.I.. \1'I llhq"j i

V. Dendy of Miami pnt th. J-Sunday. 1 o'elock.t' < Mr. and Mrs O F. JPattOf: Mr*. mother Sra&.' I* '''' sdnnse down each .al MayMn. i .:it
weekend la lomeMad plaiting. !il& lasi4lpt petereoni *> ..al .' to Will Mtwj& Frank I>"ttn', vultedMr tin ,
I ailb. ard Mi* Anderson wl$ 'remain A. \f. MeVlcker "wa ia Home, .\
wife and children FLORIDA CITY 1- I tbs .... College for Women R a..:. rtw* 'und.,. sense time. '"vMr .. stead tueedey on buelnee for tt* I INar4

Mb' Stella Hook who I* taobla at In TallahaM he. had a oerveuebreak The Worn**'* Club will give a *. A. a Ch.lhr welted 11I'"rtln-- Work O.ild'et America. f ;':
AMOoiatlonwH .
Parent-Teacher* 'Her mother,
the ....k.nd with THftj:> down. chicks supper Nov II at the club '
Miami Beatfh In.pent Homeetead.M 'ftv* a food nail la the Florid Peterson ha* f.n*>'after 4s, and the yare how t I .,.;.:...v tr II..' no : u.. '10 ..II....... T 1I-;' 1'I ''
her parent. and MJ, J. t* 01.*.* and chit'. City Lust offICIO bulldfog \11.) day botor ;.pected"hom. tcd.,.' It JJb4i1)11d Mrf.D.tl AtkUwoa visited bar parents t-:7""J.u ?
Thanksgiving. Tho* who wtah MU. Peterson wall* able to go '
drew of Homestead motored to M that Mr. and Mr*. J. Q. Mcbweemi! *y. Mrs. 'Beauty Parlor : :
to ha.clal Thanksgiving dlaheibould bark after Chrtatma to re.a..* her ., ;
the week-end. .
anal but" bode .notify1 Mr*. M. Bllyennan. studies.Mn over : .'
wl*' The play, Forty oar, }iris pro- :
Mr. Mrs W.birth of a girl borN.e.mb.P > I Mn}; and Mr.. IV C. thomas and Mr. O. W, "Koet, Mra., TbomaaBr.wr eented to i full hottie FMdai nightMra. I ',,'1
to announce the Ike weighed TH end Mn, Jno; Benjamin were vtaltlng wiiil Mra. 1. M. Batter ot Red Marl Umbaugb Pent the ./
II. at the horn of H. M. Degler on Palm land ask every one south of Dan* week with her parent, Mr. and MraJ. .
the ..*m* Butt Hair
'pound and wa given Avenue .WedneedejrMr Corner to Waldln'i Road to W ready; W. Hitch at K.t.., City:' Bobbing Shampooing

Iple. and hire ii. U. For...., Mr. with Red CTOM money, for they *xpct X.... Ine MeVlckor I* visiting at Marcel Water :
Mr. and M,.. C. R Pearce and IOn and Mr. Perry Moeher and MlM Net to fanvaai that part of the territory the homo of her brother-in-law, A. WavirM Waving t,

and ..,. and XI''. C. W. Mount Pain a.uS U* ftlng of Krte. Pa.. arrived In Florida X,. amid M.... W. H Cast, Kathryn :W. Mcyicker Mm MeVlcktr planning icure yr "a.rrr" .
to Royal
motored out
children th. City recently to spend the winter Cast and Margaret Robert motored to locate In MlamL '.;
Hammock loot Bunday and ipent Mr. and Mr* Forbe. are located In to Miami last Baturday. They were I Mr*. I. P. Lolghtoa I* homr kiter f
carried lunch and bad aplonio ""rrwus.ucurr.sow.WIit5wisnissuisii.uuulwiarubmr rrornwn I&WUWWIIIWWI4L: t
day. They the bom If Mr. and Mra. N. L. the dinner gueeU of Mn. Nancy Ale.- : : ..,
dlnne Batchelor tad Mr. and Mr*. Moaner ender *1 .Washington O C., who II
J. A Horton wa In Miami Monday.T. are staying with E. A. Thompson.Mr. ...ndllll' $h. winter In Miami. I ... J JIe'

W. Cooper and T. I* Retching night .and MOo J. Orle.baoh and Mlalertruds Mn I[."'fC, ln and her elder, {ii II I I I i
motored to Miami lat Saturday .. I
Uomutead Hot Otmpaeh\ of-Colllngwood, MI. Kendat, of Redland are '..i'
Arrival at W. B. i Ontario, Cash: wilt arrive at their winter tog to attend the W. C. T. U. convention "
this "week _re: W. I. Ring, I ,.... I I* .... Auguctlo. some time n
Moan Key Wet" M*.i relll. Me.r.Jt.'t"DYIlIe home .rr..d. .1 la December Ina .I :;
oFla.; I. Beraban. F. Mr. and Mr Percy Hunter and baby
Redland U the
t. Simons oa
Curry, Key Largo FlB.: W&llam.Mr. ,, are .apetf t* return to Florid : list thl "weak(, 1
and Mr. B A. Jackson, Ohio; City lId.* week The iluntere bav* I .
Mr*, Koolng and Mr. and Mr*. Lad.
Arthur Swish Chicago 0. B. Turner ipent the .ummer In New York made tL.HI; ji. : ,1
of BsJUiftor who are now living In Suppose you ',;
Valdosta, 0..1 T T. Walton. JacV.on Mrs Fred Hna and eon, Billy, Who Miami were vleltor at the horn of ., !.
vllle, ria. T. P. Stuart, Miami. Fla.; been visiting M.... Henn'i deterit I
hav Dr. and Mr*. J, Peterson last Bun. I I t
J. Tarn Miami Flfci. O. T. Boono Colorado for several month are day. NORMS'CANDIESyourself 4

Miami Fla.1 Joseph Hay, Cap Babl* BOW ,vUltlng. friend and relative la Mr*. M. K. !.ron. and MlM Kendal ;

"..; O Kolk, Michigan. their former home, lit. Jootph. Mo., for accompanied W. H. Cast and hi* moth !C I ,
R W. Morris, Mine Ann Polk a.i a feW wk*. before returning to FlorIda Miami last :
er. Mn,. 11:. /. Cast, to
Mr Olvea Victor motortdto write that .hli 'ri- :
Mr and Clt,. Mr Hnn Tuesday, YOU could not Improve t orri*Candid ; I ,
Miami Beach last Sunday afternoon having a delightful vlclt and that .. i
X... Ida Flak ot Falrnum, 1' I* even if made them yourself. I I
Mr. and Mrs Cindy LanUr hit's.Fred health I. much Improved.Mr. you r
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visiting Mrrnw Watson of Redland. ,,t<.
Mint Rita Fetch and A. You would go to own ice box ?,{:
Belisle and four
and Mrs M. J. Brocket who I* a poetess U the author of I iii iiion
L. Lanler motored to Miami Beach family of Clinton vine are eipected "Quiet Hours VMr. and take the good butter that you use I i i ;,

last Sunday afternoon. dally to return to their winter bom* and Mrs. T. J. Letcbworth returned your table-the extra-heavy fresh t&
I Mn. J. F. Umphrey of HomeiteadWM lere. from their 1,100-mile automobile cream that you use In'OUt coffee. You ''lo
In Miami on Monday. C. A. Rhode and his mother Mra.E trip last Sunday night. They went would crack tome nice big nuts. (You'f I ; '

Mr and Mr.. a A. H. Jordan ot J. Rhode, were. (hopping la Miami through: ...,.MUatsslppl. Alabama, wouldn't use the kind you buy siI :."'
,Homestead motored to Miami last' Monday. Tennessee. .1.rk....., Oklahoma aId I ,ready cracked.) If ;, ':

Bunday Charles Becker, Jr, and Mr. J. .C. Kansas, and visited their former horn And would make a nice l... I d : ::
MU Eleanor Johnston and hits Alma MlM Claris.Cohsrnour'wee you beery I I, .' ",
Cohernour and daughter In Missouri They were gone two I .
chocolate for the
Soott of Miami spent the ","-*,,4< coverings. '
business visitors la month.. They Mat that th. road I I i .
with MM Berth Mill Hauemaa and Miami Saturday were good and also till weather That's jutt/ the way the candies in the : ,

Mr*. Planna Houman Rio at the Mr and M.... Claude High, )11Mar..t Mr. W. M. Bridle Mrs. B. A. Carter Norris Variety Box are made I -td
home of V,. and MVa. Frank Ha *man and Olll. Robertson of Miami and Mrs. ,
Mrs. W. W. Roller Materials u good u you would u eyounell
on the King Highway.C and Charlea Bartlett of Larklna. Browolow of Red land attended the ".j

C Weaver of Homestead mad a rare the Sunday gueeu of Mr, and Needle Work Guild tea Wednesday afternoon add to lie at.tractlveneM ,
Beautiful DOS
short Wlneee trip to Atlanta, Qa The I
Hoherteon. ,
Mr* F. A. at Homestead.Mra. .
but week. MlM Vera Cave returned to her t. T. McCuItough and family a* aTHANKSGIVING i

Tb. MUeci Flora and Beeelo Peter homo her Saturday after pending a and Mr. Boon pent on. day this week' GIFT
of Virginia are vUltlng their .lterMr "week with relative and friend* la Mi oa the canal fishing
*. K. E. Bewler. They expect to ami. 1 Idaho 'l
Mr. and Mn Cantwell of $1.50 a pound '
eta, through the winter. 101,. and Mrs J. B. Thorns and !ir. arrived la Larking thla week to ipend ." '4 1
T. T. Weltob of JackeoBvlll wa* In and ..... Bryant Bowden and children th* winter. They are pioneer people :

town Monday making arrangement core Coral Oeiblee vUltora Bunday atternoon : In this part of the country. HARRY'SCONFECTIONERY ff I
cltru and avo- B
for cutting out more
I Douglas FlUpairlck and Mra. B: h
oado treee on hi. place: wet of town Mr. and Mrs. Peter PeUreon of Red- Fltipatrlck of Miami were visitors. at .wt

Mr and Mra. Max tonne and children land and Mr. and Mr. F. A; RobertMa th* homo of Mr. and Mrs. Dan Roberts _
motored to Miami but BundayMra. 'Spent under afternoon at' the last Sunday. ,

B. H. Fitch and Mrs Addis horn ot Mr. and Mra. F L. Wetxtcrin Otto Frorlep>> of New Tork arrived r 0 v 'il
bu lnM trip to Miami trR I.
Hill mad
Longvlew.K. H the 1t Ji
'last Baturdny morning spent .
Jut Frldiy. Mrs. C. B. Bby &eOO...- B. Schallern'and eon. Jimmy, week-end I IA Redland visiting Mrs and

panted them horn and C. B. Ebymotored mad a business trip. to Miami 'ru... Mrs, Dan Robert* and family and A
down for them.
Sunday d.,. then went to Miami whore he win "
Mr. Biymour mho I* Intereeted in ..Frank Fisher and family moved pond( the winter. 1I.
the geo raphlol purvey from Tltu,- from the Graham house on EighthItre.t "Mr. Farmer still ..rlou.l, ilL

vlllt down WM a vl ltor at the Horn- to oils ot the )I. L. llatchelorcotuge X.... Emma Thompson1 I* 111 In thatPot
stead hUh school hut **.k. on Avenue B Friday, Graduate Hospital Homestead: ,

L. Brhult arrived In Homeitead Mr. and 1011'1.J>. M. Godwin and two Pauline Lloyd who formerly went I. I '
Saturday to look over tho proeper e"lltlriil. Louise and Florence ipent to the Farm Uf. is I BOW I .n rcrus'I ,
ar for eelabllihlng a email bualn*** la Baturday' night and Sunday at the attending the Miami JrI.h.'o!. I

this city. toms of Ms*. Oodwln.. parent Mr. Mr and Mra Opter and d&III"ler, I II : ,
K. A. Froecher went to Jackionvlll and Mr* J. B. Cavea.MlM n Margantt, tv recently moved to MI. I ,' "' IAy
Saturday to attend a meeting of the Alice Bhepbehd I* pending ami. They ware In Redland last Bun- aI
Mlemn of the American Chemical week in JUret with JtCU ::.
thl LKU day visiting If"n4.. t .
Company. Libel Jane MIN Jane will accompany Mrs. O. W. KOMI and Mn Seymour 'i/
Chrtetlan Manner of Milan. Tens,, her horn for a few day vlelt' Dane of Redland attended. the meet.Ing ;

arrived In this city Friday to pnd a at the Shepherd horn. of th..dlrertpr, ".of uha7t.odlework .
few wk U C. Aldrich returned from Miami, Guild at the,.how' of Mrs W. M. '.
1 Mr, and Mr. F. II. Ltndemaa and where he II employed to spend the Bradley la Homestead, Tuesday J.J.j

children returned Wedneeday from avlalt "weekend with his' family Mr. and :Mr*. A. C. Albrecht nets .
with ,relative la Chicago. Everett Savory returned horn Bun in Miami Wednesday on business.Mr. I

Mra.T. L. Katchlng left for Key day: evening after ,'two-day visit. Jn and Mrs W. U Pace of Michigan I

West but Friday night Miami ;,: war visitors at th. homo of Mr. .
Mr. and Mr. T.' W. Hodge of MlM Clarice Cohornour to la charge and Mrs, Oeo. Oake ...dll.....'. I .ti
Clotilda announce th* birth .t a girl of'.tha confectionery tn the Florid .' and Mr. George Oake and II I :
lt i :fklhi
pbra Friday.Ur. City poet office building. Mrs. Lena Woodbury pent Tuesday
and Mrs A. B. Mderla of Co. Th. Cormack building In Florida la Miami. AI iii '
oenut Grove and Mr. and Mr. J J). being repaired and painted .1. till
City are
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for George A MflInnoa -
by Edward Kiting
I .*. B. F. Matthtw Bunday. of Miami, tile new owner ," 8 1e'I''' 1111!!rt I'' J gDLIIY(111111IIIII( ;!!! Y"II IIA/ IlthhhI IIIIIIIIIIIIilllllll MII I I ..i$
Earl Matthew left to at.
Bunday reparatory to ranting them out for
tend. the state fair.
: ualneM purpose Mr. ttlllng, a*
Mr. and Mr. (Oeo fltorer of Holly : Mr. McKlnon'i agent, will have the "
wood ipent today with Mr. and Mr rental of them. 1:.
W, A King ot Homtetead.Mr. II

and Mr*. Chantey Maunder, ...... I
Frank Newton, and Judge Low went i REDLAND I

t* th* Cap last Monday. They are
xtx-rted horn today, I Mr and ..... Fries Jackson retturn*
Mr. and M.... Cheiley Saunders are sot Monday to spend the winter at t \

Moving from th* Cap t* Hometad.They their place In Redlaad. Accompany- .\
will Itv* In the houe Wit to log them on th. motofr trip from BarVU .

the one occupied by u.. Teung. re, were Mr and Mra. B. W. Hook.ar .

Mr.-sod Mr- .-. J. T. FaU and who Bav* rented a bungalow onBaiUra ..

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Chamber Commerce aim to continue to merit confidence. J.
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ALL IS LOST and whoso residence .Is unknown: nat cause that G..... 0. Curl, the Defendant hr and estate 'sad ta become a Freo
It 'wa a fashionable wedding. 'Th I then le no pereoa 'la the State of therein' named U a non-reel Dealer la every ......... .
, Florida, the ....YI... of a subpoena dent or the State ot Florida and I* FRANCIS WATSONSpetlUoaer.
'I.'I.JDDffiONAL SOCIAL EVENTS\ bridegroom had bo visible mean ol t upon whom would\ bind such D.Nedtrka a resident. of Terrytown, Uoorglai .
support save. bill father who I anti and that the Defendant Is over that there to no person In too State JOS. M. CHEETHAM.!: !: :
1 rich. the a.. of twenty.4n5 years; It la of Florida/ the service of a subpoena Solicitor for Petitioner. 1|.||
k therefore. ordered that said nonresident upon whom would bind such Defendant
When: he cam. to tb.,...... ot the, Defendant be and abs .In hereby ; and that be Is over the ass of
: .ervlo where' he had to repeatWith required/ to appear to the Bill of Com twenty-one years It, III therefore ordered nr THE: rnwriT conwp or THE:
(Contlnwd! From P.aP BU) Kaths Pstersen ha beta advisedbyth plaint Bled In said cause on or before that said. noa-resldsat. Del... EI.KVKSTH' DICIAIj CiR. (
) this weeio : doctor to take a.'eomptete 'reef, all my. worldly goods I.the* ..endow.hi. .' Monday, the Ilk day of December. A. dint be and he te hereby required t* I CHIT 11'1!' AND Iron ADB.!. '
\MMMf : Her mother arrived <. father said. In a whisper that could D. 1114)) otherwise the allegations of appear to the BUI of Complaint tiled cx>uimr, FLOKIDAHpoolal
Sunday and
.\J MISSIONARY m- ''MEETS they be heard all aver the ohuroht said bill will be taken as oonfeeMd In said cause on or before Mknday, the JmriadloUosiNotlo
.' left for'thelr" hem it n.Redland Tues by. said Defendant. tot day of December A. D. n... oth.,.-
TO CLEAN: CHURCH. day It to hoped that Kath will not "Heavens! There goes his bloroi.I"Ex. It la further ordered thai order be ; Use the allegation of said bill will of hSMtloai of Adoption
; I The Ladles' MUelonary Society of los much time a* this It her senior published once s. week for eight consecutive be taken confessed by sold. Defendant The undersigned hereby give notice

the" )>if. .E.' tb1! r'cb' Bout instead .< year la eolle,.. weeks In the Homestead I that on the l>th day ot December A.
,r''I{ Iwod.r, s newspaper published In said I It I Ie further ordered that order be D. Ill*, they will apply: to the Hon. .
having the regular social meeting !last o '" j WANT ADS J County and State. published onoo a week for four consecutive arable Judge of the Circuit Court In
r' )Monday>: mesh,at the church 'and spent Th Sodakee enjoyed knottier lovely This ttb day of October, 1114. weeks In the Homestead and for Dade County Florida, for an
\ 'the _entire day cleantttf. party :.Saturday evening ,..,..* Ee-: BEN SHEP RD, leader-a newspaper published In laid order) t* ......... the adoption by them
1 Thiy, brought with them a picnic thor Livingston and Vivian Free acted WANTED-A partmsnt br young Ct Ct. Bal) Clerk Circuit Court. County and State. of June Johnson, a female child, six
-, **( ; eoapl References lIIob...... Ad- ._ _. By U. F._McCluney This October ith. 1114. month old, and new >n their care
lunch wail as hosts Rook -'
which ** and
they declare won other game 10-5w '
uepmy uiera. RAN and
dries f. O. Box IIS. ll-U. SHEPARD. 1 custody.
o-erlttlly good; were played. Refreshment consiit.d. (Ct Ct Seal I Clerk Circuit. Court Dated this 10th day Of November
UN . of ambrosia and Nabisco wafer. NOTICE TO (CRfnrroRIff : By H. ... MoCluney, A. D. |tl*. .
;, Jlm 'Wiii.: I SEE DR. DAVIS for panel. at Ho. THE CJOITIT OP THE COUNT Deputy Clerk LONZT P. PORTER,

, d START bOMEOTIO ART ..CLAM Th Centennial celebration provedto Ewen'. Jewelry store. Eye tooted. _n'OO", CTATK FLORIDA: W. r. HROWN.Solicitor ADAM R. PORTER

'". Mrs Horton. till eCHIWtiIooMf+') fern, ; be a (..... success. Among the fret, work guarantied. St-II / for Complainant. 11-1 W.Petitlonere.WORTH TRAMWELL\ ,

oiutratton agent, wa* 111'1 Homestead attract !* 1Ftro.. on -thousand ta Re; K8TATB OV JAMES! AflHBTTIMBBRLAKB Attorney for petitioners. .....

., lasfc week.* She left .word that she dollar display of firework en WANTED): !: : 8oin.one ta Install J. B. : DADS.COUNTY Deeeaned. NOTICE .'.

I would> bj glad .toorganise"o> domestic : Tuesday evening, an American Lgia I Celt Co, gas lamp. Mrs' T. A. Cote TO AM CRKDITOR", LFX1ATKKS.niSTRinUTKF.S II* RB PETITION OF" FRANCIS

.. .art club/,All study millinery, cooking ors.wtsg.snd ; minstrel on Tuesday, and tb. ArmtatloeDay ,'llnskVodelo.!, $t AND A LI, PKK-i WATSON TO BECOME A FREE: A. W. JONES
1 baked that those Inttreeted parade. Th* historical parade on DEALER.
communicate\ with Mrs< ..8 ;E. WTtngnton Friday was probably the blgjrest and ,DR. DAVIS, optometrist, at McEwen's: You and AGAINST each of you SAID are ESTATE.hereby Notice I. hereby given. that t.Piano Tuner and Repairer '
; beet of its klhd over held In Tallahas Jewelry '(tor* test eye' free and notified and required to present any Francis Watson a. married woman Intend Heater AsMehM CelU Pleas 1....., a

o o I. .... ;Nut Bounties,were representedbut tell .1..... lt.ll olalmn and 4emaa j .welch you or to apply to the Judge of the Circuit Charges Reaeonablo
ANNOt'JTCEMENS either of you may have against the Court of the llth Judk-lal Circuit,
there was none from South Flan in and for Dade County Florida FLORIDA CITY. FLORIDA
Estate of James Ashby Tim ber lake, on,
:s Th* Women'. CI...will 'III... .eV4ay Id. y :' roM BALE
\, T >Friday olghe the big coronation deoaased late of Dade County Florida Monday tho Ith day of December A. ,
4 November It, .. 'thl Woman's ban. wa heldIn, the College dining to tho undersigned executrix of D. 1114 at the hour of Ten O' \ook.

flab ho sae. JJHry membet Js reed loom, .,,.,. ,,, ,, FOR BALE! Solid braw bed frame said estate within two yearn from the in the forenoon or a* soon thereafter .rl.-
rih ? S1.'CoHtns'Mod.l- as I* practicable, at the office of th.MI.t .
( f w V 1.M. "kra. T. date of the last publication ot this
1. .*"* present -a* iU jrlU.be'en./ luu .
'. Judge at the Court House In Miami .
v lo > a. i"> S| notice or same will be barred. DR. W. B. JORDAN'
portent meeting.: Dr. Conradl announced tn* other Dated at "' .ml. Florida, this elfbth ,. Florida, for a license to manage, ;
< i day thai F. I. W. C. ha been reoog.nlsed day of November 1K4. take charjre ot and control my proper. Office Homo "
Bid .
j Circle No. I of the W. M. U,.will as on. of the six leading unUverslttee FOR SALE T-r* r old. mule, harnese MAT SUE TIMBERLAKE. *

next meet At tbo horn of Mr*'H. J.Cavil. In America! and certificate* and plow. Apply J. W. Thompson Executrix, Estate of James AshbyTlmberlake. Pliono 41 IlnmoMMd
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1 Jf! The chapter to W .tedle4; 1 Utuk from her are 1'ItOI1I1..c1laIOrr state Florida City or F. Pflerer, Frlnoe- ,

$1. te the IJnloa. : V ton 1114BUR Homestead Plumbing Co.
t I... ..... ft NOTICE

'1 A card party tor the benefit of the Johnston's Wonder SALE: Ford one-too truck newly NOTICE! le hereby given that Ulllan C. MANLEY

at John' Episcopal; Church will,b. rees I overhauled and painted,, new A. duPont Intends to apply to the Licensed sanitary plumber
t 'Yisited Circuit Judge of the Circuit Court In John D. Tower 1\1.\ D.
by Celebrities body, engine first ctase condition '
given by Mr Ousels Joiner Friday and for Dade County, Florida on Monday Pin Street opposite School ,
night two new rear ttr... Apply Charles December 1, n... for license to Phone tI l
,; ", (Continued from Page One) Clinton. Florida City. F.... n-.. manage, take charge of and control lll-W loot 414 I X.RAYPhone ,

'j' Th. Bt. John'i baiaar will be given hat etrvchnlne' come from th. eeds her property and to be and becomea t Notice-I have no connection I

., December I In the building pext to only and sod tho meat of the fruit FOR BALE Residence on Krome free rtt-nler In every respect as pro. t with Pt F. )Ian I.,, the painter. I 24 _
vldsdiby law of the State of FloridauniW
the Allen A, Pope Qroctry. I.,food to. eat It I II protected by a Avenue. For particular address the name of Lillian. A. duPont.
hard shell. that I* like unbiased pow Box: 15. Homestead, &. Il-tf. Dated this 14th day of October t

') COLLEGE NOTES I celoan. on the Inside. Tho frui\.turn la/ LILLIAN Walter C. Jones, Jr.. M.D. ,
faintly yellow when It I* rip and HOUSES AND< LOTS In Home.tead.1I4 A duPONT. Restaurant
I FRED BOTTB, may com
:IUmu Vernon Pike and Miss lull ha a perfume so heavy that one fruit vicinity at bargain prleee and liberal Attorney for Petitioner. CALCMET DLDO. And restaurant may ...
,j. Museelwhlte enjoyed an automobll. will make a whole house fragrant with terms for quick sale. C. H. Wool Office Hour: ll-ll| l-l But w* go on forever I

rid. Sunday afternoon with, friends the odor of cinnamon and dove bury. Box: 44, Homestead. Phone IJT" THE cinrriT oormv F.LEY- Oftlo Telephone. 1161neeld.nc.
r ,, \, who llv* In, town. l Th Khal tree, according to Mr. Johnston Jill. 11'OR -.. COUNTY FLOIUDA RECTOR'S

come from Abyssinia, where It lit Clianuery CAFE
1 it used for the national drink. H SALE-Cheaps lee l-passeng '
Supt. Fare Outlines Work
ti' tenting carl) fine shape, new palpt.new VIOLA CURL, Incorporated 11
say Abyssinian distill from its I
At Jax. Children Home leave an alkaloid that' "put cocaine tire. P. 0. Box: 4ITI, MiamiFla. I versusGeorge r DR.W.D.SIGLEROSTBOPATHIO 1'
tJ 11u. -.. Curl.DIVORCE I 40 East Filler Street
.> (ConUnned From Page Onesthe to the blush with none ot It* bad effects. PMTSICIAWMIAMI. f fra.awa.'WIDA

; ." __ It.appearing- .by affidavit. appended _....... ."_ u,... .
fableminded.J -. .. FOR BXLB-nNloe fat nests ana rry rs. to the bill men in tne sass Orate 4 : -.
p.. "The enactment of a lawjnaieing Toe Interest.lemon grass 01 jnoia ..uraetalI1.eIk -Happy" Edward: '' George). Florida l FLORIDA: J I
It.* the basin for alt '
1 desertion ot Wife aid ehlldren an extraditable City. I t
andMr .
perfume Johnston think. It
,, crime hs greatly tleesened APARTMENTS OR DOUSES
should be In the .Homeuud
the Dumber of children left helpless grown FOR BALE-BARGAIN-My new I-
FOR RENT OR FOR SALE Prirate Ambulance
section commercially" About 110.100-
on that account,* Mr, Fagg ealdThe. room house, furnished, with II By
000 worth oCt/ "fa Imported annually By th* wr
i. proportion of Illegitimate children Ito ft.'lot-first lot oft Krorae W. H.
from India. Ho U trying U oat .*. F L WEBSTER COMBS CO. '
coming to tho care of the home Why
Avenue Must raise cash. Box PaOo'ApartmenU
" glad/ land now some Prop of Ef .
t ..ult. .mall. Care Is taken to break i FUNERAL' .
Then thai the .th
j causer *
la chance
home where there a
I lip n.B N. L let Stnet V Use -
Cecropla heM UU
wb tome front Africa : :
te restore It and leave children un4.fw RAI.tD-P.tted shrubs,, 15-11 N. I. led f' ,. .
w, mother's and ha a fruit .... taste Ilka th* fig. rOl9t) plants : Ar*. ;, fbsM 7391
'' Dare /The Monaterla-Dellcloclo. ,with. Its .to.;,Mra, B. D. Taylor, $r, Phone /

'.1 y that Attention Is being was done directed1 by the,tobI.wk Children', open-worked. leaves,*!I. on. M tho unique ,'II ...Io.W. >/-". SEE' J. C. ANN I Albert Tower Sonmers, M.D. ,CannedMilk ; t

Homo Society In esrlug,II iRor' crippled ornamental plant Oil.tbll ".... Disuses' el I,.. tar Mass Sad Threes
''a thlldrsn I treatment forthem It produce a fruit that i* doUolou. roa' 'I
by securing
It would be Impossible to describe I L LEGAL NOTICES I i Id I., MM/r..MlMd.fls .
': and for older children by lIOur.t"I'
J' tog training tor, earning aa all the unique varieties of fruit grown awe ts l.r ssee sass. .....7U'. '
"honorable livelihood. ", '' there In on. short Story When the lit THB-cinccrr oouwr, Ft.SV Marketing Fruits and When Fresh Milk will bt

} I! : Mr. Far dosed fcli.jWdres- .\-WllJl Johnston,* moved here from' Lebanon.It K, >Uttj TII COVI jrnn'iAu T FLOKIDA CIKCIIIT DR. W. J. FITZPATRICK delivered daily* to

t y 'k :. story that gave emphasis to the fact ,. II year atcI/th. Jt.p.$ woe Wa la; Chancery Vegetables your

: the greatest benefits did not atway plot of pin. woods. Now It to one '"" DESTINE door for 20 cents a I
of the most1 talked<*>b0jut- and moot DLTSaRS QEORQE, Homestead Fla. '.
.p. come to the children adopted ,
Specialty of Extractions and quart
wrlttea-about in
1 Into childless homes, but that the Florida. CARRIE OEOROB. ..
I Benefit The following are some of tho fruit O1VOKCB Orthodontia t' .i '
,' and gladness wrought the
. I'\>Jives) .f those providing the home Woo Mr. Johnston grows: tangelos. kuraquats It appearing by affidavit appendedte ,....w dSU NMsd t7.Mw.01 u,,,,,,.. I ,'1
the bill pled In the above sts4 dCSMIIM
time, -
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; : often the (largest facton- ) Clsjnp Psrslan.Rangpur Jersey milk I. tho rteheet milk. '
'! : (hat Carrie, /Oeorg/ the Defendant .
.4 1 Following the addreM of Mr, FagS Urn**, Qtron, lemons therein named Is a eon-rest- At Home Thai I. th. kind" wo produce. fa,
brief business wile held .pineapple, sour aee. fmtejd and dent *t the Stale of Florida, sad U
4 meeting by
Jamalc apples: Inan)a; kwoet Oraoa. a resident. M Nwwe.il New; Providelrisltabama DR. B. F. ECKMAN CHAS. W. MURRAY
'Jhe Needle Work Guild which Includes
Wit., the territory from Ooulds to I dills' Mansaallla. loots, pltanga Pitafa. In Me Islands State;) that of, Florida there ,Is the no petsws sere Office hours

.4 "'Ida City. Feljoa Jsmbolan. rose apple. rice of a subpoena upon. whom Would It* It., m11* pi *. dally Consulting Engineer DEXTER SMITHBox

,. fA." S Report were. made by the retiring' CanUtel.. Akee, papaya*, loauaU", avocados bind such Defendant! and that she Is Room I Horao Building I
over the ace of twenty-one years; It
w president, Ifrs.' A. FroMer the ", guavas pbrnegraoatsaviZUIphua, .
l\.1 H | I to therefore ort,""l that MId 110.. ,.. Pe.Sewerage .
Retiring secretary, Mrs Seymour Dane; Jellba; Jmbu, Amberella. coconut dent Defendant be and she la hereby 126FLORIDA '

y' "tind by the treasurer ,1oI.. ,,"' .iJl., I R hdaiMadroitL.Langi, i <... .rano'rt".., required ta appear to the Bill of Complaint *
Vlcker, Ksjandas.; Carlasa AnMdsma, I&po.'II' filed ta sold. cause en or before -
.IIIJ Is eapet.. star appU Carambola, Monday, the let day of Deoona J.A.SMrTHM.D.Phone Water S.ply CITY C
I : Officers tat the .. yesu ware ber A. D. 1114 ttnerwiso the allegatloae .
,y Announced and Introduced at the satin fruit!; mango Tuna'audJ' Emfalir of said bill will be taken as. SBfeeeed > Paring Pralna** .oj,

....UD.. They are as follow: Kim. 'f'' i : 'i by sold Defendant.U 9 .utMvi.ies. PHONE nit '
i I* further ordered that ordsr'bopublished
!. Harry D. Wolfs, president Mr*, Ox*. oboe 4 week for eight ee.. Office Hours 3 to 4

r: % It" 'W. Kosel. first vloe-preoldent -
' tloet04H) Mrs.. W.; M. Bradley. second ants who wa la tbo habit, of a newspaper ,lIbllola.. In said. p

. { vtm-presldeTt; )I... E. A. Ennls. third dining regutarly'SEa: certain restaurant County ls October and Wau.T lot. 1111.HEN FLORIDA 'MOTOR TRANSPORTATION CO. 1 '
, |lee-presldent| Mrs. Leo Lehman, eeefetary sold. te the waiter, "Joke. In. FLORIDA MIAMI j I
I (ra. A, .W, McVlcksf; t .- .....c of tipples )'III every lay, ftn (C'C.e1) Clerk e reAri.' RAILWAY TO Clr FLORIDA CTTT TO MIAMI
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: *? (reelected). m. p m. s.us -
\< _.. U give It to you la a \dump hen FIkv sic'%. Flairler<< systemCOIDmED m. .m. f
Two hundred and thhty ve. gate MORROW HAWTHORNE, Miami $:eo 1 0 la.e 5 1 :0o sr ty lo 11:101 : e tIC
menl at the sod of every month.. oMeiten for 11-11 SCWWJXTLEK Larkhs:1I 10110 Iii 1:11 10:15 tose.t.ad 1t4$ :49lil0 4:40 '
membera eoatribeitod
111 pit Hrhaak. you, 011'.* replied the waiter. Effective Mov. IT. till Kendal:1o: 19mv timTr :/e 11:10 Modetlo .,,....1,451014$ 1:11 4:41
"bienU fOr esallngto the Child,"'* lafairasntlaa- Ses OTtrket Hensnn ....., 1:15 iIII; 1310:0110111: lleranla .r. ... tilo: 11110 tl 4:00
"but 1 wonder For VtellMr
you'd mind IX mill
I'Ji' paying rmcrrr COTRT or TUB!
Horns at JaoUoovtlle. and II moneymembers Reokdal* Isle SOll till Its. 11115 Prane.toe tl 1/I: $ tll 4:11:
... mo I. advance KI.KTKMTH: l'OI'IAL CIR.CV'IT AsesilDEPABTCRES I Psrrln -*...- i:40: 11:44 1i401:40: 1hiOC Black Point 1:0110:111:111:17: t
C' ". ("WelU ; I* AMD Fort 1X4DEI FROM HOMESTEAD :- Peter ........ /55610:411:401:4110:4: : Oeulds 1:1111)011:11 :
Jfs rather *
1 The Rodland Needle Work Could tone strangeMnuk- ooi'irnr, FLORIDAla Oould .. ...... : Peters till 11:11 Ii41 till: I
I i. of nlno In the Cato of Florida ed th* patron _, here's five ClMHMinryMA .ocTHBOtnroKo. Block pointprlnoeua 1:15: I1:0$ 1:01 0thi lout Pernn ..-.... Lila ltl H44 It1S
{ Tho national organisation ... Miw shillings. i suppose you are la want l:1T: ,11157 tilt 1:01: 11:07 Roekdal -. .. 0:1: 11.101:11 III
B1LBERXAH Complainant M Coaehe and sleepers 1:015.05 NarsuM 1:10(1:1: llt 1:10: 13130 Benson ._._.. 0:15
'" several kundred local ...... 01 money, or I* It that you distrust. ,0tw1sPALMOIIA .., $T Voacfae _____..,....HIS Po... Mado11o:1t 11:11 1:111:1111: : : to Kendal _,.. .., 5:50 Hill t1IO: tech 1:05liii 1N
...r STLTiCRMaw DefendantOIUtCR I. '. Hom..tsed .11:10: 11:10 Iii : OII;; bo Larkoq 1:15
At the onclusini of tho businesstmetlnr : OF WOBTHMOCirD ? : hill III: 1:10:
I'. those present wore asked. to "Oh', .*, dr." suited Joaa.; slipping It BIJCAT10S]( Not M Chairs aad gteofOT Mi p. FWrida City Oa11$0 ire 5:10: 11:10 M1ae3 w *:*0 ll: 01:10 tN

I ;1' remain whl|. refreehmenta of tea and (Po money I. hut pocket. "Oa ly I'm the apaarti bill Shod g by hi sfTUarlt the above appendedto Mated Ko. M Coache) _____._._*lOI f. a*. Subject U (hang* wfckonl Cellos r, 4

-fakes war -"-. .leaving here today/--Ex. cause. that Palmlrs iulberntso II anoe 1tAHTEII.G..I CARS LEAVE AT I A. If. DA ILT /ACKaONVItXB.. ;'
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THE HOMESTEAD LEADER 'Ikrh'mct: ; Hundred Y.ra Alp WHKMMAA HAW.'II PIlDC1.AMA'PiOicwitS. '

IIOMENrMD. nM DA ilk a.; ....** d. Oanno tile hlfheet Ideal a our civiC ,-
-.-- meat M protnet ......"._ In carry
......... .et,Taejr. a.. M, Mli- PNat.iMi .,. .4 unlotaalUy and
tll slak6es atof 1iIi I
tOITTB DAM rtAUilHNG there wlq WHJRW: the oiliness tf the town SPECI:1" ,
L AlCHIIuif ......... = of riarlda. City kao at all tin. manlfeeted .
UACIJNAPJOUIUACI y...,........ a ertWn ne* to oo-orwat Injay : "'j
41CHU lmmTraMiW a... q. movement lok/ng to the common
I lit I & tdasett. gped, and Chu adeenwment of the
(NMMIIII.AICBMNAKJOMI' .lawM.w.r. = the w7ftk Feet \ ,i tern: ,

LUC I j : How U thin, my daughWrlfutam ai4 d' mlRtroRII': a* Mayor of the .,:..'
tmunt M Mi.aj tl AlCH..W-j ua, wrarlng bhieaom II r, Town, of Florida City, Da, by the ,', )- ,
"',_ ot .-.. wearing ,bead ta ramu'" authority vested (n roe do hereby "
IIH.1119. Like a WMMHftg. that |I.| ,. ..t,4, proclaim and delrae the period <
.ubeariptloa rat*. ".00 a year I Bloom aid r from HOV. IT, u 111' 1.... aa GleanUp ,\,:
printb.folhy'a I
_. O( *ueh .,: ; I Week, for the Tower of JTIor .
I eaR It b* that tb.. has fallen "' .it ( Ida City aad I do proclaim. It to beth Tha ,
THE LEADER'S CREED Ie temptation ounnlng *tna.d t ifWhe 1 ; .(h ';;" h, B iVnUc'| duty of very ottietn to 9 '. I
and CLEAN VP and to put Into general
W* believe la Homoettad 1 + w* Imitate tb* roeebud, *. t f .,. erd.III'Ifaft. property owned by \1
Dade Count/ .f'" tio w* maiden* ralnb.haveT* vlft, .,(\+. him *r her within the llmit of th. w.4/ / \
We bJIv* In its rotrat.furur, Bloom bt but a olag of growing,, ". Town .t Florida; City, whether mitt. -- S
and 1U potcntlalltle Red a, sign that day ta ftovring, / J t tI property b* occupied' or vacant for CASH at \
Int. nlgbt' ; but virtue I I. foregoing ,
Wt betlev la Its lrm fruit In. 1 All that dig the eplrlt grave, Given under my hand this Ibo llth .-.
duatry, IU' aveoada industry, Ita ,'., Thing, my daughter, have no duty day'.of November, 1II4V J,
tomato indt .tr.It. Hob glad. lend; .' For they have no teal to eav*. "f 1 '.'j O. H. EDWARDS: :Mayor. WEST GROCERY : :
land mil i.:. ,.. Town of jriorlda City
It. swM-.4teI11ng Pin
U,*' the gram* nature give then't" .iJI. ;
Ito qualification a* a regular Prom- ,. ,Cheek and chin and emely ear. ", !t(1 .I?. ty '
Iced Land. .'. 's ., Doe thy boat with teal and amlllng : \ v plant.that mot of tits field have Saturday and Monday : I
.. Pain and pleaeur reconciling i ,
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W* believe la Ur profcoelonal "
It' been abandoned altogether. Many attempts > ..
Thu our heart t* the beguiling, / i( "
men, our tradeanua and our brine .. Happy in thy gift tf cheer i I. ''It, q r d have been mad ta clear and Sugar (
neee s.sand) wt believe In their" Hither, children" time paeafag, replant, these abandoned field, but 90 ..
derir for law tnforeomeut and dr.la Dinner hour: byalmeot : *. .r..iV:. .:. .iv.I. wbll* replanting wa. often uoc'uly > I lOpoun4'I ''' :) S' \ } .it'.H c. .. '1

Improvement ';. ; John hall split me hickory and maple -: y,,,;:",. ; I.. aooompllihed la the earlier yean Irish:potal t M .i \. i..".. t ,h I ': q j I
W. believe, our people 'WIll op -' Get the Under, flint, and *tl| 1' 'r of the Industry, moot of the attempt 361 j "l
predate the jades effort* ,to t : .. Ua-ht the fire for reacting, baking, 1 ; .1. W.: t. III Decent year have bee oerapiete pounds wr..e.x.. ,. .,.. fa4a1 is0' ..A r1.O, C 1. "
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advtrtlMment Bring the lifted and for ahaklngOn ., .. .
give them a* V' 'J' the floor and mold for maltingCandle ; W.. d? if failure Many reaean have bees ad Milk ,,' ,'
and editorial* that will brine them .""4r for till evening meal "Ito''.. veered ,t* explain the decline of the 98c ; ,
the great**, measure o(-truth, Jui iI.. Hang upon th* crane those *eeela. !I.. ,:. ;' I' "t 14r'f. aduitry. Including Interior fertlllien. 10 tall cans. .. .: . . . . . ..,
tine and belpfuloeee .' dust beyond the spinning' wheel ': ;, partloulariy unfavorable ieaeon of '. "

W. believe that It I* our duty ; i: Pill them up with .....*...MI.t... '( !f ','" :'.', weather. high freight rat**, labor Smoked,bacon, : 24 :

t. nerve the publlo to the bt of : From the well bealde the door. ,1 coat, and other eaiue The chief 'beats! grade, pound ....,. . . . C ;..'
mint kelp faith .,i' the coffee, tea and aplcea, I,,r.r" '
bur ability that w* : Buy reaeone. however, are now determined '
.!..4 Fill the freeeer. for the lee, t La a
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will tko at aU Urn**. and
pubiia '. t* b* the depletion sell bumue, the 17.1.
Cut the Int Mm '
; pumpkin }+ +
that to do oo we nut print til '.,;:: For the plea and one thing: more.* '(, t. : ; prevalence of wilt, and the loarolt, pound . . : . . . . L \ ,1
the .._ without fear or favor or '.,1. Bring ua flour from out the grUt-mlll J j, of desirable ellpe. '
Coffee brand
prejudice or color, elno honor* But a tp beyond the itor. ': .'....i any 52 ;
!'t In replanting, old plant are ueually CCranberries
publicity beet promote community ,. Ann aball Ores* and Muff the turkey- 7' ;;" '..'" t grubbed out and burned. A number Ipound'ctn . . . . '. ,
welfare, ,i Make It ready for the spit t I ot growers baY spaded them Into tie '
While the fowl I* lowly turning ,' fo ".' 2 0 't
,f.:. Hut It well to keep from burning,, :, .'.. round at oonilderabl coat, with the pound . . .. . . . ... C ,I
THANKMUV1NO PR.EPAnATlOl'Ula Well content that she I* learning J J '. >t idea of adding humue to the toll
another column on thU 'pa**. :', Ity. such praotlo what la titPer .... However sew plantings mad.when Nuts ota11ldnda, and everything.for the fruit cake. ,if
her future prairie cabin ."
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the old diseased ones have been spaded -
Dr. Chance DeOenno, author of our When she goo to live la 1\. IJ'i' .; I. MEAT DEPARTMENT .
'i' : In, though starting* grow vlgoroualy -
Needle column .h... painted a picture .:, She snail mind our "baby, Rufue, I I I.'} f't' !/ ':;. have In nearly every coos died Butter /'

of a Tbanaiglvlnc} 4 hundred year ... In legs til*and crib arm betide,at her random rtialr' '.-darted' ,.' 1J :r\ .". : ,' .I' out on aocount of wilt after.the,flret pound .. . . . . . . .48c t/,
.... Tilt epeaker In the poem I* DrDeOarmo '" Dlmplee chasing milee departed or second year The practice( of spade' .
1\ .1 I II cured :
Hams sugar
'. grandmother Mid till baby .> Rumpled, rosy sunnyheartedl1 I t' r J'I' ins under the old plant. and rMt Swift 2 5 :

mentioned I* fcl.* father. '...,r,.. For Hut hi be* mindful comfort of have her a basting care; j j t ,;v'.. ,1IF.:. .1.' "" ting,Immediately to be advisable' does.not Better seem, therefore pound .., . . ... ; .5 . C 1'"

Preparation were great and many, '" That at scorching fill th* air. I I.i *:}. r been obtained by plowlag teeuitsbare rotten FOR CASH ONLY ; .

for In tll_'ean few labor tartar do.vloe A' :" Heat the baking.kettHannah. ,' : ,:'Y' ; ::'i"J .) leave and litter from woodland Into ;iI

were Iq UM, livery member t( With U* thick oaat-lron lid, .: '>) 1 itydla the toiL .
Aprad the live coals over, under) ; ,,' ..
,the family had a taak beoauee the J. Boon then be a risen wonder, : tlBiscuits 4
.. for the bee*' sweet ,
Ready plunder
work required that tvery member ,::; that the cover bid / r : .:,: "r
pitch In and help Honey. butter, for the MeeulUi t : 1 .
1'II.4G tOI"lll i a pyramid) '
I could well ; l
Th* poem one that
be need by parent or teacher to :: ;, the chall do the baking S' 'I"" 1),;
In the own out of doer, )d
add Co the atmosphere of any Thanksgiving :> Clean It well of coal* and aahea.' 'f : ::1
oeoaelon during the coming : Till the flag* no longer flahea,,
And the heet-we.vf com In dukes, I '
week, It I* educational. a. well sopleasing .. Though the flue 1 no longer roar. "
Fuah In pie and bread and fruit-cake, 'J"
Chief of all our paetry (tore*. ..

NEWt OR PROPAGANDA When at laet the ....... art Mated, .j; a A. L
In publbihlnc. the new, the Leader i' With your rather at their head r'. ;-
shows no "..,IUom. It will allow nient alt with heart uplifted ,
I For the hlewlng on u* siftedBy ...
no one to dictate. what than or (hall a loving care,""in d 1. 4' "i ,
not be publlahod, but 1 I. guided only Hy our,Janus In/frailty fed.- .P ,;J.. '' ,
Home and frlond and eplrlta traure ., I
by IU obligation a* to
a newspaper
Uf and health and dally bread) .
keep faith with the -jubllo ..t1 ., j
Urn,'n. A IIfWIIP.ptr that late any :

n,dh I lual or group of Individual o.nr "

," ,I Its new and editorial policy Agriculture Horticulture Livestock \
'ii pr+'..tng what I i. considered, detrimental ,

to 'the Individual .r gnat,and
When Adapted to Dade Needs
booming what I I. thought win advance County's
the ap.clat Intereeu t< that person or
of (Juetlon will be answered la this column)
group pereonbecom a propaganda 0 .
organ and _. to be a nw 'By J, B. RAINET. County Agricultural Agsnt
paper .

Editorial dlaciwtlon must conform "L.4.NTlUrE: ED rif IUPPLESQirautloM ,and canned sold on the local market,
to the Iron-clad rule of what I I. beet front .:. P. vMbnry con or otherwta uied Th queitlon of
for the publle welfare-and If the tinned tram last week proper maturity, for picking a* wella Formal .

editor b In doubt* to what It beet For'shipping" t* dlatant markets) the factor Involved U the carl- Opening

tor the publlo welfare, lit let himself Ineapple are usually picked and tut handling of fruit U prevent decay ,

be guided by hi. JournalUtlo Inetlnctte pmc ltA4___ ttKllA r___ ,rids demand oloeer attention from pine.apple .f
print ALL th* new. ftrnvtlmei, hard ,Kind (...n. growtrt than baa nasally been NOVEMBER 26 :
printing.. th. newt *...h.* dirty Un While thU green given Further Information relativeto ,
*t that might never gel washed If fruit beoome yellow method tf chipping and handling .1.
the eearchtlfht tf publicity did hot ;! pad edlbl* pineapple may be obtained by ad' \ <> .

brine the tuff to light before It reaohei dressing the United Bute Depart The people of Homestead Florida City Princeton, :
The Leader ... BO dewier to 4* the consumer It nun, of Agriculture .-J'

barn to any en*.nit paper will never d I* never equal In tTELCS AND :f>RORM Goulds, Nagai ja, Silver Palm, Modello anrl ,Redland are \ '

dig up anything aialntt any |ndv|. sweetness or fla When Ylforoua. healthy, carefully .
dual or bttrinew that aaa only 4* vent, fruit which elected clip have been planted under invited'by ,
harm te tome person or pereon and has been permit favorablecondition*, the tint crop of ? tit k'c... I I v I.,

tot advance the welfare tf the com ted to ripe en pineapple b harvested about 14 t I. >.(
vunlty. u matter Involving liquor the plant Th month** after planting, sad annual ')

law violation, however, tilt Leader reputation mad crept art eecured thereafter during Julius Dame stein' :
will eentlniM t* give full and detailed by the tannedIneapple the life of the, lajtutloa. Yields vary : : '

publicity,.for the moral of the torn Imported from Hawaii,, I. greatly, depending. upon the aklll tt :.
munlty are at make la such and otter tai I.
earn. the ; the season
this fruit .
1.artely due t* the fact that 1 I
matured. torial.. tf 10* crate to th* JEttT1"LER', .. I ;
PVC LED 1r b picked only when fully Y 1
see ewa formerly considered a food Psi
of Plant
Too'tire4 Experiment: tf the Bureau 'I /
tt work i *' .
tltbough torn growers *
industry of the United Stated Depart'meat V "'1 -
Too,tired h> walk.I have show that cur 10* crate .!. mere price have '
Too tired t* read,,. ,t I th* euperlor tf Agriculture plant-ripened. fruit It fluctuated greatly, but U average ***> 'to attend the grand opening of Ws'new store. Everyonecalling ;, r

Tt Toe tired tired t t** talk.; .., I picked. carefully*;A the bandit proper. d stage. and of promptly taaturUly toM tr4
y hipped la toed can, may ba tent t* telnet front Ibo ale. of aUp Take nir. J
Too tired-t t orthera market with very little 4*. a* a whets, the pineapple industry .:J
To U'to 1 I *p to about lilt WM profltaM and I

Too Urtd cay.Tb beet stage of maturityor plck yielded present aUafaMry time (2010 k return prtoe.tor At p4at the It will boa pleasure to serve in my, iew establishment the :.' h I
Too tired t I" leg punt-ripened fruit wa found t*

Too tired ; ; ;1 be the lard-ripe, "I|*r dd"- "'.* applet but for are tbs higher rtn than mentioned ever before, pro. many friends and acquaintances who have been extreme ; ,
flak.'T 4 .tag*,, when the pineapple ha turned
To Toe* tired tired t \t. 'v ,11 reddlah. yellow, pub pufo fee It b*.> diMtloa Md the profit MUalihlne ta moat point Held I' bffreached !ly-generous tame while I was in charge of Burdine'sJewelry I ).
\"I t eomee fully yellow .r ieA. At this p'
Too tired IUAJUNct! Un Out! FLoUfT"no.8 for the four '"
t f tare of maturity th* fruit ... reached Department past years. : I
To tired r th* aem of deeeert quality but its The period during ,which pineapple "
But lot! w rttn'nrm ....... to permit ehlpptag field bear prefltatle trap varta* with ,
To net and for toner 4ltao If properly baadMd.Thta tits'HU, lOll oar, and other factors. It
method tf, shipping plant Planting made in the earlier day We carry a complete line of .
ripened fruit pee many po Jbllltle* at the UdauMry .. *lrc

an< .. considered of special. prorakee ,free from'disease. occasionally .
for grower* wh* raise. Us, 'hlo*> varletle bar* profitable for I* ran ;, '
tot tHe fancy-market Ue.de .r eve* Ion.... although hi moM sees '
..... green fruit H hipped la the production declined to rapidly after FRENCH IVORY, SILVER AND FLATWARE, ETC. T ':1 1'TlIE

ordinary way and allowed U Hpe en the fifth year that .further maintenance .
route to market, wily fully crow ... unprofitable. la mer recent .
the depletion .f toll kit
laeapple with) well-developed lye yean
Uvt., tree *f light greet showing. mu and the |a **alaf prevalee* ofdtaeae -.' STORE WITH A REPUTATION" .
THERE NO '' eatween ikon thtald be plehed. Purp.lb have greatly tkortoaed the J ",1
: I.. CVM ftul.4 fruit with prU- productive. life of plantation, Moo I
SUBSTANCE ally developed or thrunMn. tye Held tet out since UII were abaft.doaed .
ARDER OMAN oaJ. lit left en tb*< plant Unttt they after' the seed or third year 10 W. FLAGLER: .STREET MIAMI, FLORIDA .

hove reached the poodltl,4 wrtb4ekov ,and naay were lv.n up before a
A DIAMOND *. ,...... paylnr orop wa .*....... The .. \ ... ... .
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tv -TO Iwmatwr fruit to low la UM tual.ty I ceedltlea" of tt. tMdwtrr ha* grown i t, .,. 1fJI'
GET. ( 'Mf thlp **d keep poorly. Over* I IrlpeX. readily worn., and th* severe free. a ... .
.*, defective fruit etiould '.t hbt rp. HIT, w artatly damafed .
be enrt>4 M 'mtkt -.t peek I U* already weak and d *eased(

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Thursday, November 20,1924 THE HOMESTEAD LEADER Pan Nine

whoa I oam t. N...coved at IM ,
IIUTEAD} SECTION ABOUT TO MAKE to Ilex per aero W aUU. botac Offered 04.<
at those prl..... but we are already .-
CONTACT WITH!! REAL ESTATE BOOM J beginning to feel the effects of .
the Inquiry which la bolag made by I.
'", those who ar being driyra tf this

: Cameron Tells How Redland Real E3state'atlies Hate tecUon'by tilt ... .Kt dial .ar.. taking f.a '\
pteo* tit ty "" A U* E A. CAMERON' ;
f Increased DurfngtHis For Yeas Exeripce It la'.,y petgo al ot laoa tht ebb ;
,t Homestead a4'f dent and < ,*.# avocado?.......% I* **n. t* gaVf to ;
b* th* Wg Mtaavla' ,, the 1t..1.... MO. h
lion because It I It only In restrict..d '
.... By H. A. Omer*a ... tills
section thf.vot io ears M '
My personal xprlae; regarding tourist hotel and a crack -01. golf raised thi Ia11y.' everyone her .
Investment la Wetrtrt aovr* lell )'wilIjih rUy be e'm ; ,' 2
and la the oily thR4jan ofJJHoniestaad! ,. sidle ploted and serve aa1.JoWone.WlUt that""o.s.the$"winter la varieties that\ Industry will tell know a| REAL ESTATE'? :
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1 arrived. her In ..t.mbfot ill*, bas ; ti i il those tb'lnn In sight It i'$4041.p. dependingoa "
been so entirely tatlsfaciorr that I hot ..reMiMl>l..*.*ipo*. that prow fronx the lit season, and w*crate all know thai 1""IJl\i" I. ,.
ant price lou la Homestead will :
2.4.11k. telling\ the Leader reader .,
avocado nero quoted la the Now '
look very cbeap' three or four fear* : :
something about It It U something York market Jut year between ChrloU ,
that'can be don and la being don .henc end It)" my prediction that In.many mac &1N..... Tear's at from II* to ",
by .*vry Individual In tbli" swtlo*. i pacttose ot tlig' guy f praaontprloaa 110 perforate/ la aot too much t.11pee h "
will have Increased roqi (ourfol -
Three U doubt
DO whatever that ptot.KM that old will
d 4-year tree
a.bn; ". olve-fold' la.thin t few,yeltlt. .
proportionality alarg* .
a(, 1011IOOIII. crate of avo. '
be Tab prediction I* parttaUybaatd en pro4uoe! Following described Is an Income'property roil would| W; :
mini )netmnt are atHI to mad ado*, and that tbo should sell at a grove .
oa 111e purchase of land and 'lota In put htatory. The rev.-aero block minimum of 111 crete .:
Homestead and the surrounding terrl017. where the Bank of Homestead BOW Tided the price proper variety per.la selected pro proud to own and to show to your friends. Located on Coconut :: '
stands waa cold about tea year at
iV for ..... Over II month' ago I sold and proper' ear 1* taken la packing Palm Drive a short distance west of ftedland Woman's Club :::...:
tint purchase I Aado OB ay and grading. Th tree ar usually
,a 11.1* lot 'la this block for ",'00
arrival la Homestead four year ago U one *t the original owner of tll.proptftJ' eat its by f I feet .which permit of There is a rock wU in front and the drive .U bordered with coconut "
war a lot oa Jerome Avenue for walok the setting of II tree to the aero
This tract I* known u the
I paid lOlL It..la now worth 11.10. figure M oat yourself at 111 tree
4. U. Free eubdlvlaiom Mr. Free ha per palms. House has 5 large comfortable rooms, porch 20 by
At tho Um. I mad this purchase, I The above I. the foundation for my
sold\ and repvrroha.edocns of
'was/offered' two loU directly north lou M'tnaay M four or five time* opinion.'that a price *f |SOI per acre 10, screened throughout. Good garage. All kinds of service at ..
04 tW eltf halt. at Hot oaoh. These for avocad. land I Ie entirely reasonable
tota ,have since Moll sold for ft.SIO each With! time regard lit a higher to fruit price.land I believe and that this figure may M the door including: R. F. D., daily paper, ice, school bus, etc.
each, and ar BOW occupied by the established as a standard for that
Hudson-Eases display room and gara we are Just about to make cootatt purpose la the' next II year. Why There are 386 grapefruit trees, 240 oranges, 55 avocados, also
' with boons Acreage In the
' .*. On the block north. I at the a not? California land la quoted at
i: .am* tin was offered lot at Nee nelr-hberhooo1., of Coral. Oable' that tram 11OOe to 10,000 per ,acre tor I lemons, kumquats, tangerines, mulberries and bananas besides
each which ar BOW priced at ....ot I could be bought a* month ago (or citrus culture Some attempt .la being
from 4I*. to line per sore, .U now other tropical fruits and plant. You will always be satisfied
each I have put oa the market two made M raise avocado la California,
priced a* from 11.600 hi .000
I separate mail subdivisions Which ar*I.jbelnf but It to aa established fact that trees
completely I cold out and I am BOW I per aore. Acreage la the neighborhood 'la that state do not yield more than with your purchase of this place at $10,000, half cash, balance one
Larkina could 1bo..l1& last
putting km ,ja third .lIbdtvl Oll' oa I'lot 10% of what the tree la the Red- '
print for lilt her aero, I* BOW priced and two at 8%.
,. which restriction of ".100 have Melt land, Distrif do. Another thing Onemust years
** from III to IIO persons, A
planed oa house" nit tract has aa aspect to pay water rent of from
tract of $00 couth of Larklne ,
..-Hot boulevard east and Mweat on III to ISO per acre pr year la Call .- .
q, which beautification plan have Mea which war offered during' the put fornla. Her water I is readilyavailable \i. '
three month 'at 1100 ha
acts *
4 about 'completed'although"w* con. and should 'It become ateeoaary
3 temolat putting .la, a Nrjiltewar". nines been sold and I tit BOW being pre.d to Irrigate "because of th. lowering of

,I. There I* also an 10-foot boulevard' advance at l.00 referred per acre.to' above The activity U driving and the .water tevni du* to drainage, It Other properties at $1,000 to $50,000. Can fit any pocket-book.
--II.M south which wo arc preparing would' Mill be
poonlbl to supply water
to boautlfy. many' people Into this Motion for low. aom'nl. 100% satisfaction guaranteed. .You must be satisfied if you buy
'.. er priced aareair. and I predict a* at a { coot.III'
There are many &thing that are pa previously stated abort, that we _are all means com U the Re'dlari*, no
!lug to make a toot slied town out of through my office.No exaggeration, misrepresentation, no
Homeotaod 4h. completion of IthCII about to make. contact with a boom District and examine the prospect for
highway to Key Largo which will There had ben little Chang In the yourself I may add In closing that concealment Ask questions. Let me serve you. ;

e.... up the beat fishing grounds In price .t fruit land during the put the,avodado I is aa almost perfect food

\I, tho. world, and brine lot carload of tour .tare.Num.rout tract offered for diabetic.
tourists through tilt town dallyt the
opening vp ot, tlft (Cap Babl. dl-'
trot and the extension of the Florida ..
Eat Coast Railway O'Uat point with .1" t., '
1 Homestead aa a $ubdtlen"aad distributing BELLING
-1 point; the' deepening, had .' : ; Land '
widening' the North Canal) the eon.atruqtloa Tomato I an snaTrucx kng H. A. CAMERON

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Homestead U Blseayn Bay) and th* ef" tThat't Mg Butlncti
ertreme prnhaolllty that we shall I ham j
a sew county, Redland County, aljtM, w Bank of Homestead Building Homestead, Fonda
next noeitoa of the legislature All of B. II. EDWARDS, Florida City, Florida

these thing are Immediately before
Special Representative Titum Broi.
t Ii.l urn, They are practical assured. I
failed to refer to the new 1100.000
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'EXAMPLE OF FLORIDA'S RESOURCES kind A bond base of over tleo.0".OM y
for walorworks and sewer svstemd

AND) ACfMTY, SAYS Ct C. SECRETARY was recently> by voted an almost,Or y,*usaalinouM people oflHomtead I

t majority, The valHktt-bonds wi4] Duck Coot Quail
quickly bought lip '.t fraction of[ ,

Products Sent From Here lo Jacksonville Will Impress over''l< of par name. and the world'1 ,
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Even Casual Observers With Productivity of Our 1
Florida City ha
prepared core 0'
Soil, and Community Pride and Obvious Co-operation most attractive auto tourist camps th.1 In

)\ That Made Exhibit Possible. the Mat. It I* 'equipped with runtningtwatef I

----.- : electric lights and all Deer Abound iI 4
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sanitary and cooking conveniences.
RedluidMstrios fruit lie 'found on displayIn
By L E. BlMbop, *M** ary Of tarty mar
Florida to '
Chambor at Comnserc*) the Redlsnd District exhibit prob. making; an active and
ably with' priss-winning ribbon at- practical! campaign for the bauttfl|.
"*opl* -thouMtndi tf them"- hl* iatlon '
taehedTh \ of the little city In wise prep .
week will b. converting! from the ration for the opening of the Key LaiSto
north, south, east and west upon tour through the grow and Highway. t* the Florida X.,.
i Jaeksonvlll top the Mo day .t .... farming sections would be followed highway '
I It the northern terminus of this ], Down Here
joynunt aad tdueatlon offend by the logically! by an Inspection of one or. which will b* a continuation tltho I I. .1' ..
f Florida Mate rear;which I I. one oftheftiost more of the twenty-flv modern packIng 1)1x1' highway H. will provide
notable Institution of the 1 houses of th* Radiant District: a new artery of travel which will ,
Boon. Durlnt the MUM of thus" where the fruit Is preparefor{ shipment 4 :::
wfve aad be nerved, by th '
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wanderings through the "..... attract Tbei Mechanical process** are :It tranree Many exUnslve' land delyelopm.nte ) '
lloni of the exhibition they will com Interesting sad the speed and accuracy .
snT.U 1'110411' way t& add
halt before a tast. of the expert: paolwre are a lesson In
to a
to the growth and prosperity of till "I' : ,
fully. .arranced booth that curie Jlw- what can be don by complete, coordination entlr, Community, act the future *t j'4 Hi" = \
Id.. RlMMf prOdUOtlvenea, more of hand and (ye A large this favored notion of the state U Jtl. "
eonvlnclnrly than would! volume of portion of the culled fruit or surplus i entirely beyond aayi oniwrvauv **.
advertising literature br a clamor ofalewnanlo rtpes'ls absorbed by the tan tlmatloa.Based1. : I:;
oratory I ring factories of the ftedland. Dietrlct. in the substantial : .. ,
At present he ".district baa t.oraperllit : .
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land!District community of south display Dade County# And. four .....at' :tanneries ". .tl.n pjlshment-wide. movement oftt* past'towards, and the/Florida sal :=:=: ., If ,.'.<"t I 'p.Iu-. ", ==_== I,. ,
with several more cither eonstruotlonr
frllh'lU mdor .
varUtlM of home- '
striking a* a whole. th* Redland District with "
grown and home-made product will of definitely Blaanjd //ri i Its strategic location.,'world. of natural ,I 'I.5'
forcibly Impres 'vn the casual Ob- However. the particular pride of the advantage, and aggressive community \...
tint Mstrlot t*thn avoaadaine 4 = :::::
"ACTBt Re'land
saver with thr* major pride can look forwkrd t* a period ==
a e OIat. and loll capable! of .uch uni 'hundred acre of thl wonderfulfood .f The ==
unparallejled jprosperlty
limited productivity, *... Indeed us- fruit Ire'now under cultivation.Th : tens spirit of'optimism which so gets ink =-= == "
usual{: second. the lnUIM.*nt toll) arid production I* greater and, the orally preyall throughout the sec == ,. =-=
pioneer' spirit which have r* H"d and quality finer; than Many other oeotlon tlon U JDsttfledHOW / ,
taken! advantairt of Ideal condition.Inltornparetlvely of the United State.. A. the value of I I ,.1. 'I'
| nw field denote I the fruit become more widely recog THE AOETT FIXED IT 3 '
ntcYprls and third nised and the demand naturally inereasra -
and prorwssi : An Ingenious Insurance salesman. == ::;:) "
It j to/ommutilly pride and obvlou. co avocado growing will take >C 1 Z >,
had secured a policy and a nice com! ,
olr.tion, which bate mad inch an I Its place a* one of Ml. major Industrie -
exemplary exhibit possible of the state. although the area In mission from a difficult client H; =-= --=
Assuming that the ritual obMrvci. which the fruit can b* grown UCCM. was about to congratulate hlmseltrhea -= i -= I'S
hniVerelved the.* cfMumd.. lmt>re*> fully I* eo limited that the output tan back; pam the policy. Not *p! S
st lonl of the exhibit cod become aa never asnutna the proportion of the proved by home office, On. Impart :3 ", ., :::::
Interested: enquirer. '.e.ktng further tltruo/ br vegetable Industrie. The ant qu.etlolllla4 not been answered, .
aitetffnore, \: detailed Information about Hedland District I* peculiarly fortunate "If your father I* not alive, give cans I I

lh.\.t>oUon whenao .It cam*, no will I ,In having a practical monopolyof of ).le death. ..........y After much; t.
llnd 'hie wtibei pleasantly and intelll the output of the state.. questioning and suggesting the client == a's
K"nlty gratified by Mr and Mrs OeoKsnson I 01 rh* 'eight town Or communities tald In a whlsperi. ". 3'
who are not merely In ch..1 which comprise the residential and =-= '
"M, father was hunt 'In the Civil ==
of the dliplay, but who are largely r* business section of the Redland DIstrlct. 5 6 :
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a* alp never mention
liulbl for the assembling of the Homestead and Florida City aN I It.1- 5 Ea ,
product shown and solely responsibleforjjn the largest Both are growing rapid. I "Good Lord. man, that easy s" .. ., .' .
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clever arrangement of the enough said the .man. Taking
I ly Public and private Improvement
material supplied In abundance by are being mad In every direction and the application b* wrote this anrweri ;

they'. home ""namualt,.. I* Mr and the pplrit'of progress and olvto pride I "Fell from a tcaflold.' ; Death inhstantgneousEs ; Hunting Season Opens OnNovember IF'II .
>>..1Ran.on. th ms lvs two valuabl" I 10 making ItsIf actively manifest. The ;! ,
asset of the Redland" District which Homestead Golf 'and,Country Club I. I i
they', represent the latert4 vlstttt' building a nine-hole golf oars* which Dad remember" (to harvestlnt and "
will And a veritable mine of Inform* will b* one of the best In South nor. selling the crop and stock Of the yep '
tloB.1 based on fact alone. Uk *v.., Ida when completed torn* time next that most b.,* leave the farm beet use 20th
other community la title wonderful January The proposed new tourist dad take It all and leave nothing f of I '
stele It I for the R.(1- I.
unneceenary "h 'I ,
hotel to be built In Homestead at a the boy
lass t'letrlct to deal In even minor
prosperttypeak' for themselves, and ( ,
t to try to '(lid the Illy" I I. not only *.u.p.rfluoUlt I LEARN TO SWIM ,"\ .. :::' j
but also foolish and extremely >
bad from a bujlnoe* stand 1 Expert swimmnig instructor, can leach -_ t'.,. : The lakes and'ponds in the southern""i''<4Ii; ,' i ,:'t. )rr

point Jlowever for the benefit of thosettnaontialnted I you in a few lessons. Over 12 years' teachIng = part of the Redland District are a veritable =
experience. -- qtr
the 1I..11ll\nIIlllrict I with the who reiourcc do not have 01 = s paradise for the huntsman. The .
th*..opportunity to Unit the Btat Pair = I
inland streams and the abound in
.4e exhibit or talk with the Ran I Lessons by appointment only. hay f

lons/h few fuels concerning thl fa"or. = Address: Homestead Pool 5 fish with thrill the = '
.d Mdlon of southeast Florida may == Swimming "pull" enough to 'w

possibly be Interesting Usually all or Box 50, Goulds, Fla. ardent fisherman. All
t atorlni';; of growth and progros* are inCreeling IDi you '

to progrostlv people 11I11I111111I11I111I111111I111I11I1111I1111I11111I11I11I11 lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll here is.the proper equi ipment.t be.as { .
Not many yean *go=a down at the tuuutiuuuuuunuuuuulnnnnuwuuwnunlomuuwluwloluuuulnlnwuu "I" s .
mast-the Rutland JJMrlot, or the !: I shred therl 4> '
ora a $
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lower half of Tad County. w s practically I kind .. "
virgin territory, undeveloped am buying any of % or rod. ." \\0' tAE' == .
gun ==
and fparwly settled by a few of the I .
earlier Dad County pioneer TO the 'Fancy Citrus I I :3 ," j 5 "
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.ast .xtnding lo IHecayn Bay,) lay r L I,.. 1/mrM t 1'' 1! ( 'j i ) 'i: *') .) "t.I 5,

.Ihoueand'glad*.', untrained of acre*,of nntllled marl prairie but pottntuily or. i fn any quantity. What have you? = This store sari supply every need of the .

rich and merely. awaiting thee = = sportsman-from guns and.ammunition .
kUled toll of the engineer and farmer
tefproduce bountifully the crop of ; Dr.. J. PEtErSEn i .1 .:to information concerning the favorite '

mad winter the vegetable dtotrtct* which t_have On now the g PHONE 1012 HOMESTEAD, R. F. D I I "stamping grounds" of game. 'I

wt to the boundaries of the greater 111111I11I11I11I11I11I11111111I1111I11I1111I11I11I11111I11 1II11111111111111111111111..lIn.
Xvanglade. lay other thoueud of .
hlch' "land acre eov.red chiefly with ,' : 'i L irPr 0/ r ;l/\ : >f. : '! of'I,tI .t 'I '
palnett and Caribbean 'pin* and IBM -'i s :

...,...Dee, rather dlocouratin- from 3 I e /. [ t. a' a-o 1"1'arts; ,ors'> I. >' t '. rIH': .
acricuttural standpoint I,oadi'
want few and of poor trade Th lit. hJJ.t OI '
tie.Village of Homeet0a4. now developed r ] ; Ml, 'AMONG TIiIfiUi ObDSAWE'CARRY II :
Into th* busy business naterf : '

cat.the:"U serif leaven. Redland Florida.f ppogreee District settlement and warn but amblUo a'pl.with. j I ,. I St.8attedH Gift loot faithful Mirk,* and' 'i l' ; BtJI'DERStS) JPPIES: :.I'ul"'iO. .-i ;;;).' :ilJ' ,

.v4 than actively at work among y.t will the initial cost to inT"dft.t la low. )It ::: I t It.l"t., !'(. ; t 11M I J'11l'l t ', ,
pay you LUMBER' :
H* few enterprlilng Inhabitant M up el citM J Jr
.Teday, tile Stranger, drlvln forml Homestead Electrical Shop I! :
)* after mil l'Vep a opleadld eyetera : I' '
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of, oiled highway and hard *urfacdroiada 0 Hotftitelid; Florida .:'. / ) j ,," ,4T T f:d : j ffl i r ;! 'f/i '11 I. I
will paw eoorei *t pretty eoun.try1 -
home* MtM thoiuand 1' PAT ) OIL :
among '1' ,.., ,
of ..r.* *f citrus auf avocado grevea, : "J -1 I t( 1' t I. : .I'" ,, ( ; \ iirj.i'.r.rrl: i ; i xyr

that beastly product"!ha laden made with thla the Redland luactou District fruit .. r ; r I ; : F -; i .b'i 1 I f'r'y, .; .. 'I ;k '.1I f 44 M t Il\I''OJ IIf I.LF,!\ZENTSI I'II ,
*o greatly la demand throughout -
th* market of the oouatry. Th ; I ,. t I. H9USEHOLD HARDWARE. : .
pHM-wlarUnc opedmea .. Homestead I /J
Bow: on 41 Garage : ,
plat,. the Fair amply: d.moustrate \ :; r I
th*:bale. el the land ""which at one f I i I .

e U**. wa Uug tern rocky or barons .' :1'f ,\"
ft profitable ftItIY&tI_ A few weeks REFRIGERATORS
lt4 this oduoatkiaal drive may be :
*rt _d4 thr*..,h the. prairie oeotloa AUTHORIZED f.tWD f.
of lice lUdlagd llIrIelIer., again

U areas another aeoompUeh4 romarkabl In tranaformaUon a decade, EXIDE SERVICE :: tAtT1ON :

Drainage and eHol.nl If
farming method
have converted the '('lad*** Int. G..Y; : .' ; }1 :;; ;tt
what t roocnl-4 t* lie the treat. Tell us your electrical troubles and bring your :
let eater tomato growing ares InthowrM. : COMPANY I IBUY
Stretching a* tar a* th* mechanical jobs to ourREPAIR :

ejr*.fan reach ta every Irootlon ar* I .
tomato Held In varloua ttat** of '
rowth-fiom .*-4 b4 to the matur. EXPERTS ;
*4 'It.., reedy ,.* pkJ.t. Twelve IT IN HOMESTEADTELEPHONE '
thovoaa*: aere*) of B4laa4 IXatrlottematoe
wars *sate oultlvatlon lat 607J ,
waoon. and the estimated value of the
map meunt d t* two mlUlea' <.|ar*. We Carry Geree Ford Ports ''

A limited swage *f pin lead. Vtiaate ,"'. F .' ., '.Mo ._....__. ... ,. .. ... .... ..., -.... .. .. er, < ,. ,
ar ale* each tee 100. '
irewn year the it'Z'. : 1a'; .. ".t.I'. ,;',"t i ,[ :Ji'.:" !t> crt : y
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.:_TlnU\1I.. ,November 20,1884 THE HOMESTEAD LEADER Pare ElevenWhat

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< sthe, Future of Homestead?

; Thfe'lulure'*i of Homestead, in our opinion, is greater** than occupy, their first explanation for:tile lame,deposits is, /
\t, .. ,that of any other city in the state of Florida because, the the fact that they are surrounded by agricultural 1 Tar rid f', ; w
'. ..' abundance fertile lands on every side of iu We make whose crops are of the staple variety. '
:' this statement after studying"the conditions which existed *,' '
will tell that have substantial
They you we a city her&jbe
u 0 ', in Chicago, 111., in Omaha, Neb., in Des Moines, la?, cause we are in the midst of wonderful agricultural l lands ,,"
) Idaho Falls, Ida.,and many other cities where agriculture We have packing houses here, we have canneries here? ." :.
't has, made the growth large, substantial and permanent!
; and our railroads ship out thousands of cars during our,' :, Ok
;, If you have been in any of the above mentioned cities. harvest..season.' We do not depend on one crop. OuV' ;."' '
J, and if you have conversed with the heads of any of their farmers diversify, and the result is they are successful''' f' \
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large financial institutions, you know that the moment as you will see by the beautiful homea which you pass .
"I. you compliment them oh the fine spacious quarters they on entering our city. t. 0 ,' .. I
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1 Many visitors who have been attracted to Homestead ask Isn't it 'almost beyond comprehension that a thirteen- I:! ::
the question, "How, big} will Homestead be?" No one year-old city WOULD HAVE SUCH GETUPANDGOTO
.,..can reply.' I IT. It has taken only thirteen years for the home:

For twenty-eight years this same'question has been asked folks to convince the financiers of the great city of New
York of the value of this bonds.
every part of Dade County and those whorelipractically community's '

to answer and did not buy in the city Those guiding the city of Homestead are to be congratu. r' ,
of Miami are still l coming to, the Magic City and each lated. Think of i it. Selling $300,000.00 worth of bonds ,

I time they come they are reminded of the tremendous which pay only five and one half per cent interest at a ;" '. .
mistake they made in not using their own judgment or fraction over 99 per cent par. "f:"f;, ',
depending upon the man whose vision brought him from ,
other parts to help the people who desired to help themselves It has been truthfully said that the mayor of the city of ; : ','.,
financially. Homestead i is quietly enjoying a thrill each day. .' ',, "' '" ; .:..'

I Homestead is wonderful. Homestead is a child only THIS THRILL WILL BECOME STRONGER. \'\. [, f ;\;; '
thirteen years old, yet it is now putting in improvementswhich ;' ,.
will be finer than those of many of the old home THIS THIRTEEN-YEAR-OLD CITY. ,/p'i J
town cities of six times'Homestead's population. THINK /. f
\ OF IT! Sewerage and a water system costing approximately HOW WONDERFUL IT IS THAT HIS VISION HAS ,,. ,!
$300,000.00. BEEN REALIZED. ; "
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A new hotel costing approximately$280,000.00 is aboutto only question in our minds is how soon will Homestead 'j \\ '.:I
be constructed in the city of Homestead, It is conceded have TEN NEW HOTELS? We ,ask this question :ti w f
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'*.; '.; 'that just as soon as this high class hostelry is COM because we are not thoroughly conversant with the .... :,)4 I"''1
1 ., PLETED IT WILL BE CROWDED TO OVERFLOWING. tremendous improvements about to be launched by the .,'
1. many progressive citizens from all over.the United States ,; ,

I I The Homestead Hotel which is now in operation has es who go to make up the population of this wonderful city. ;. ', ',
: 'tabUshed a precedent which insures filling the new hotel We are familiar with the enormous"developments which "'

to capacity;. When you.think of going to Homestead and .we, the 'ROYAL PALM ESTATES ON, FLORIDA ," \, 1
you hear the population is something over 2,000 inhabitants BAY, are about to 'launch. We have some idea how. '," ..... '
you expect,tQ find.a hotel such as you wil lfind in much greater Homestead will be when we. have finished,. ,\, ::,.',
any ordinary city with a population of 2,000, but you will and we would strongly advise every man, woman and p;',: : f, .
, ." ;be pleasantly surprised. ,1" .> child to visit this great city immediately) and to become acquainted f:? .,
) f t t' k ( I with the of the
\ Redland
"You will find'everything the'Homestead Iiotel clean secretary
I r and circumspect; of Commerce,Mr. L F.Bishop. Mr.Bishop is ready, '. 1:;
I willing and able to answer .every question and to offer
every aid to the prospective homeseeker, the farmer, the
TABLE AND YOU WILL FIND A MENU IN THE DIN- manufacturer, the merchant and the health seeker. All

.. ING ROOM THAT IS EXCELLED NOWHERE.Like that Mr. Bishop asks in exchange is that HOMESTEAD ;

the Homestead Hotel, the new hotel is assured a BE A GREATER HOMESTEAD IN AN INFINITELY .
";;fl' full capacity house at-Once TIns'much we know. The SHORT TIME. ..., ,
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duos, may am like .... ...... nan .......1.. I* the only trouble. with
NO FROST BITE go l fcverytfclig: about thorn I* ..,.... Florida's citrus buolnee today. and mmm ;J.
able to the etraagerAvocado If It I* not now tronbllaoT tile avo
Rust shelve be a higher oado bualneo. It won will "b* u.....
; TO CITRUS EVERRECORDED priced fruit than the orange or grapefruit effort are togas now to mbke a Florida East Coast Fertilizer Co.
boeaue In 0qaing over a ten- marketing .,**. wbiok will grow up .j.jI
I HERE ,..,. period tiche ....... alias ;alit- tk* p oUaa"" a1 ft,ekJ
there la a much bjp4s' '.5 ....IiI "t .. TT> S r, w .: -in/
pan** In both ahtp] ,
fist, after all. tbs pojMlo ahowtd hi WISE: :TO THE BUD '
D. M. Roberts Tells of Time wtfUng to pay boors for tbom. the' Oneof Homestead, aU lye: ; round. imJustriefrWe serve ;:
DentletMow that Mt hurt. J
When "Sweet" tor MX other frflt bananas of their

Were Novelty Orange,> 't'! foodtValte, did hrWillies "Tou ea.' kid no. IId4 ,citrus,*avocado, and tomato"'growers and prepared at (t #;

Bf DM M. Hotorto At prtoont to produce many avocado offortf fl ant."bringmade 'st la tie advtrtMng .......,too" "all' times to..rake kind'of fertilizer want. : 1 '
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and tUlee, but .. far I aro lure that n... Amorlcaa Logfon Weekly : ,any row may
The growing of ultra frulf ,
Ida them all badly bastes from, l d 1 : U I
bat a ,
avocado .ii tho rocky lad know* M If"wo only know how too enjoy W'hal i r.
growing atandpotnt- *d oepoolally .. '
the lUdland piMrlct aro the two moot If \/ '
Mil true of tie portloa U the OUU4 wo'vt got thh world woulaa't be curb

South Important Dade I O MM pnt* ,in. The Mcrtoultur citrus.bUMS I. south" of It Miami......tailed to..roe the now lUdlaadDlvtrlrt thaiwe' a bad place.-Ex. 'i. it is pur policy' to giv$j honest, gQ04'a; cl honest weight, at .' .

BOM I* ft fully dewlopod budne. from -
tb* growing standpoint but la ye* so are more. la need of a marketing ory.t.alotlod all times. "J 41' I ,
fait for the avoeade than wo are SEE ,
Infant ill the imrkvlnf of the ,
for lnetructlo on"producing from
rowing'The avocado and marketing M an Infant but It In promIM both. aid all oourao, eontMnrdTh ; any O.W.iEROY \ ./'.'if '.. ,fit.. .' ,

to*eome to nabs a cross lndtry la time 'far better* cltru off grower today U would they had totes otudle4 boon- for Inquire about, our,Redland Brand Fertilizer. I : ".

Juirt to .how how It take time how to .euroiy'same and method.of,feiorkeUag kit, In* way just along a* Screen Doors 'w''' !t' t '?' I' I" I I t" '
(I develop aa Indiutry twill Mil 1'\
people In Florida .In my. oarly duo.poke aa they tudld the growing Tb avo.. Door and Window'Frames -- ,JRANK RUE, Manager y ,
.. eado men aro now beginning to realla
I of orani Tbo word .n. Cabinet Work
thai they are In the same boat I ;!
did not have much meaning anlM you A home industry for home people '
For the grower. to study frowlnf only
ddd tho word .-ot to It M a I at
and leave off the marketing trusting
would Mr ht had awoet orange. for 'I"
could It to Tom. Dick and Hart?, mako a Horne'i YarJT j j'J
gn ale*.or...that. orange bo know*. Our wham wamp h wer pitiable situation for tho grower, Tb\ .. Lumber_ /llildlillQlfllllflIIICIl16IIIIIUIIfIAitllllGilllil I! I ( ( (( ( illilflIIIIIlfllllli(111111(11(1111l1AIllllfiAilllllllllll(( ( (( (( ( ( ( !( (111 ( ""( ( ';

dotted with sour orange and a few e J
bltter-oweeta, but a met orange iff. I"1
wu .' to bo worthlped ad .
wondered about What few tner* CO. : "

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I Tho ..... grew tall and *.oer..lly i f. "' j "' ( r '
were to thorny tat you could Hardly
touch them without getting atuck, : I ,PHONE 36 v At1 I 1 rr
Finally com prop! began to talk (.' ,,
of railing. orange grove by the ocU ,: '. 'I' W. B STRICKLAND
entitle method of buddlnr' w* had I, .
jut M hard a Umo to iuor.M with It Homestead 't
mi w. had with tho budding of a._. Representative i i .
doe After year the work became
elm pit and v.nenally I understood and ''' .' :c. )
,tlll later large nproerlu\ .. were planted '.
Tho tree from the nur T|', were '' '
used to clot Ihoumndi of acre ., ,;, 'I., : What Shall I Give' For Christmas '
-ruv< Che grower ixperlmrntcd "
With varloun vnrMleo, for ..ral year ,, 7Y. i
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Homo thy have kept until thlo day .
but many have (hoes dixardttd This jIo same old question, and it's'not,too early,
i. thee route the avocado bunlneeeU \ decision. is full of '
to make a Our store
traveling now. t
Them art, liowevtr, too many v.rl.U. + rc attractive electrical gifts, the very ,.

.. of both orange and grapefruit things that most people really want.
In this slats now The Valencia baa ; ., I 'I :. i ,
proved to b* tho world great*!! com 'j. .
luerotal irange M far WtUI {|b' Valencia A WAFFLE IRON : :J\\\I/lIJ I
runnot ha safely raised far up / ,
the auto M Ito rrult. la ao late to ripen There is no way to measure the added .
that .It II In II...... or g.ttlnf fronted. '.
convenience of an electrical waffle irpn ..
Tha Hi illand District la In line raise
the itlcncia; uroAgo, I u w. :never i| over the old style gas Iron. It's so easy,
had rr''>t to dallt'" sue kind Of in the morning, turn the button and in

citrus fruit i a few minutes have a crispy, brown de.
The Valencia' 'rau(' wao brad by :
licious waffle ready to be eaten.
vkprrlmrnta mad on Mi Hart. place t j 't ar _
at Federal 1'olnt on th, 8t John a
liver, jot north, Palatka and some Yt. y ae AN ELECTRIC IRON I
people Mill toll the emery the Hart ,
late, wWI the Unttod. Watoo author w -.._- is perhaps the modern housewife'sgreatest
U.. nand It the Valencia, It lo the. Y e \t improvement over the old
anto oranno hloh la M much produood I
style methods. Many a woman who has
by CaltrornU and nblppad allover
tho. United ButM end Canada. )fte One&naUOmnd with. 9 a.teal Grand lone- : 1 never used an electric iron and docs not u '

The Valencia la a gnat alilppcr and =- know its full value, still hw something
would ship In fin. order to any part j to ,her in pleasurable house
coming ( ,
f It Europo lo yet Impossible t. oay M to Depreciation? Nothing! i. I .: work. There is, no other gift that is :

what kvocado will finally be our liwdr Buy a new automobile. pries it a da,. n't.( acceptable in., the'modern home I ,
It may bo ln or eves twaotyflv value I f 'f han one' of bur electric irons. They t'
It Is used And it hu depreciated in ,
before While now tar
Years w* know the airs- ;
cado bualnaoi bold out frtat promba' even though It be k low-priced cars more in one day tbaa a cost very little. :. 1 1I

it will b. found that the vwccdo will ,
b. harder to lotrodueo than orange'or I I ., : Bolow. \ U a'partial pat l, ot. tho many useful hb",.. '.'
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grapefruit were. Thlo la true btoauao aizc article* ant' one of which will make ft dellgal- .' ,- I
it tack amoll. tut and color The t ,'1 .i' fui 50,. t hi/, f J
Hadtn mango bas all three of thoooIn depredate In ,I
..., profualon. If tbo ftvowdo twenty yttn.Rtcantly wtlM )j' i Percolators, Toasters, Irons, Waf. :
wed Packard Piano WM told for "
could mango bans bees there oo would blHMd bo M no tho trouble Modtn > $73m ol a ill onpnal CMC 15 yoan before. }If,, I' fie Irons, ( curling Irons', Table i'2 2t

la the Introduction Thfoa are p..l. ,Depredatfanr Ar n't'wr JwtW'q". k Jij ,\ Lamps, Boudoir Lamps, Electric 'i'iI'
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grower ovoroomo prectlc.llr QotLinj p Ranges Vacuum Cleaners.' '
and by teaching tho publlo the .
food voJao which ohcmlaUy shows tobo I I. .' 'J', I
mater $has that ol sweet milk, TURNER ,MUSIC COOl ,
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The grapefruit _. rather hart toIntr.duoe ,|4l JTagler St Miami,Fla.L J Biscayne Electric Supply 1 Co. iI'i

bocauoo It U bitter and '
sour although lu smell lo *.pp ttelii( L\ r:
and Ito color a beautiful bright yellow ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS I i

-both of which helped to overcome J r 2$-N. :Miami Avenue Miami, Florida
the objection to Mtta>oao and sourness f
In tame,
Orangeseve, were hard to Intro I "
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"Where Flagler Meets the Trail"i i

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Made at 12 o'clock, midnight, in a little up-stalrs'rbom' at ,'"I.AMINDTieWRE' ,

the New Port Tavern. The preliminary contract was! 'drawn. r rI' : "

I'' up' on an old dirty piece of ordinary wrapping paper. It

I was all we had and $2,000.00 was paid over to Mr.{ Ellis eras LAGLER

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bought 'through Mr. Curr from John Lundgram In the ordinary cou ..

of buelneei. 'p"The .rcond pteo ..... bought from Mr,.W. R. Comfort, ......dllnt

7 I of the >Semlnole Fruit A Land Company In the.ordinary oouree of buelnee ..I

The third piece-that wa a bird-Ible third plec wee aexuaed to Semlnole

... Fruit A Land1 Company on the tax book.. They stated they had sod\ It to F.

l'ft. Gordon Elll..ibut they did now know hi. .dd...... We carted out to hunt him.
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1i. It they know of F Oordon EllUjf1 W,* ,Mked eo many, people V,they. knew, .
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him, tometlmei w asked the same pereon twice. They1would My to ue '

ff "Look h.r.. you asked m. Jut week about that fellow; what ha* h* don to .
fi.JOu'" At taut we located him"runnlni' 4te N.w: tW Tavern'on di W. Ith8t C It
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l. Mr. Kill. slept all day and worked all night. .. we aad .to da phew nerotlatlone 4
at night. After a week' nejotiatlone we had failed to cloee. We
worried oureelve. lick over It. 'We knew we just bad a eubdlvlnlon with what "

w* had, but with the Bill: piece we would have, not a eubdlvlilon, but an .
Industrial lite, a ftiture business community' the very key to the wait gate \ '

of thle mfcgleal city We made up or,.minds one night at eleven o'olock It we l That produces 'for Flagami a hotel to be erected on. the corner of Flagler Z

now or 11..1r told my wife I wa going to town to COM with Bill; that ,
Boulevard and Tamiami Trail. 1 f fTh } ,
t I wouldn't b* back, until I had It. W* cloeed at 11 .clock that night In the

I, little room above referred to. The temporary oontract wa* written up on apiece '

of wrapping n paper and It acknowledged the earn .f 11,000.00 paid a. I .i. ro t
Lalnbach Brother, of Detroit, and Mr, Max Humphrey, of Detroit their _late, bare bo- .1 J t
earnest money I knew we had bought an Industrial alt* with great poeeibllltlee.
core .Intereeted: Florida Their' operation I up to date have been.. principally confined to th* Melbourne *ec.wJ j
: i tJOa,w1I ; they have v.r7Flatt laterelltL.. n., [.Itraa it they would like to b ve "ome investments In :,t a,
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I J 1 thl. 11..1 Chit They were .iu ....l0 11. by Mr. O. W. Nelaoa. tf Y.lbourne. w1I ate o J.Largely Int..t.dI IhI
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k tLI I 'property III. thai lIotIon, W. tirrte4 them "t to sea FbtgamL We .h..... them. the. ""I t8 on the. lorlln $[
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f JL tile Boulevard tad Trail. They _ldl'11I&I I. low an d 4 Covered ,with Water," I Midi !'tea. but w* will nil "

f e' It,la at our eipenM." When I gave the price of ''',00'.00 for those ... lot, they Midi "Nothing dolnf. : .
t ,- 'O too high, and toe far away front town fer that price." I aaldi "All right let. go out on the 1>>11I'. I will / '

Drive out Flagler or drive out the Trail. .You CANNOT j n():,._ahow. :'yon ionWhlng; there." 'W* ilowtd, the*jne tot oa llth Street and Dlile at 1100,000.00 (driving up the ...

; miss it. ;. Dixie. This lot acroM from the bank .old last week for (...000..0. ,Theee Iota tier In front of Deertn/i I'ito
piece.are held at 117,000 to 110.000.00 fo\ Coraercor double corner. I pointed out the value at Limed .
WE ANNOUNCEThe City, Little River and El Portal of the lot actually, fronting en the highway. I pointed out to them Day .

Vlew Eetatee: whlcn hatluet been eold at 11,100,000. W* figured now much they would ek for actutl '.
engineers of the Southern Drainage District, office
UUIe Highway front burr In this tract. When. w* reached Juet beyond the north gate .f Day View EetatM, -
ISy S. 1 F..' 1st St. phone 6627, who have jurisdiction over ;
the Tamiami Trail water way, have ruled "that the Tami I mopped. I Mid 'R elnbaoh. I Want to draw you a word picture" I Midi ,

ami Canal, including the portion running by Flagami to fluppoa I had the power to caue all this land In front of ne between her and Taint Reach to aettK

Biscayne Bay is navigable water and that no bridge may be ,down and become a'etraqch t/Evefgladee: with the MW true growing on It, covered with wlt.r for at lee ta

built over it except it be a drawbridge, and then only after I .portion of every year, unwilled" for building purpoee.,\wtthout float being filled In.' Then t would eue 9

the plans of said proposed bridge have been approved by I : Mvn-foot: depth waterway, 4 navigable waterway, t* run along aid. of title J>UI*. At thl point I would

them. I: eat M the waterway to angle off and run It Into Dlecayn Day. Then I would catch op Flalger Direct fcyth
:1 F h :t f UP of It* tall and I would lay It down over there to the. out, and where It'meeta the canal. I would bend. '1
p Agent, are authorized to accept today only $200.00 as a "
Jt with an aaey band and let it meet the Dixie Highway here I would make this part of Flaglar the I&.t '
binder on the lot, giving thirty days to raise the balance of ,.
the 20%, r t 7, ?-1dtD a* the,other part,eeventy feet I would yaw I It forty feet wider, put la concrete walk, anA.water T*
.. I each lot. I would put '.0 whit way and ihrubbwjr along the etrwU." I Midi. "Under Y'OIO coadltlo. 'try

Use your sense. Work your brain. It's a gold what would. rou glv*j m* for title corner lot, right thr* where this "mythical Flaglar would meet the DulrHeMl'di. "s

mine. I "Bultock. yw ,win. I will give you ''','0',0' for that lot at ....1&/1I... "Where Flagler meet t|* 4 4y
I t.f 'Traits and I will agree to build.a hotel on It and star, It.o* or 1>01.... the Trail 'P.."" I ....d* "Lelabaoa,
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Terms 20% cash, balance 'fuorthl: ,quarterly br1seml4mnually -: U you will agree to build a hotel there. I will put thlt, Into the hotel Mmpaay at 111.000.00) lake ...toO.ft ,
y 6% Interest '< > ft, '* 't.( >")HSMock{ la the hotel and 10.00: *.It eaeh'1: ':Teat ofteTwa ....$.... The 'trade'wa Mad

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"' of Florida, 30 miles south Miami, ;' the. nation, IPJaYl'mjG :' :
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.1... ':" '.' ""' FACILITIES WILL BE AT YOUR SERVICE SHOULD" YOU DECIDE? Ir( '. /,: {. .: .,

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'Capital and Surplus, over. . $55,000.00 '

DEPOSITS over '. $700.000,00 .

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.' T. Fuchs, Sr. .'. :. : .VicdPresidentJL. Z.Crowley ,':t ,'. .'j'*v .''..'*:';.Cashier ,,. ) .' >"I.
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'. CHAS. Tt'FUCHS, Sr.. VIce-PresIdent of the Bank r J..HOLCOMB,. Grower' r-. : ; : i' :.. ,,,. \ :;,

t;'. W. M. BRADLEY Vice-PresIdent of the Bank ,W. M. ANDERSON, Grower. ,' ,; |i'*"'>' ,: A,

4; DAN M. ROBERTS!, President Dade Co., Nursery. H. L COOK, Grower """.;), :"-... ...,If'' ..1 It.. .1', ,I'It'1"O-\\iI \ '. : C ""r\ ,-

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I... Wm. BalohOor, slams ...d.,. of p.MMr M. j
Th* 110.. C. N. Walfcer, pantor.aohool Ail alt dar ftankxfttrtav' ........ wlU Htl* m a great d. .
;: ,Odsy at 'U a, m., A. J. DC held In the church. BcrvloM morn. -any of a* .* ....

+ .... r.1.1 nraaoU&f. JT at. Um .,........ and ..v.Wng.05ov.mbert to nraat 'self I ,I
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In Human ),&:*Uajr"; vnlnf, revival'A I. L. Burton, lup OPIpWSU; pr achg d.y ..*rafn .r,04I, : : .< ...rvloM at'll-a m. and THO m.: t.1 lnor *tf Mr a. l '
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pc O. A. Junior and .nterm'eI..te f* !
.&rnotorf *Banday rtlioof. at It *v ty t, p,' m. and Bi>u>r t*.o* at tut. 04-a.. Ida,,_ x, ,r{\
luadaW Ur>BeeKj upertntend nt: Nov. II. M'oUing: %'*riu+fi: "QnM. daiglr. 11I'10& ; ; \ : > '
,r acMntj..' ., .. and'Tilt' .11. the therein :
} p. ufjth "d'1Inl.! &( twmon: rtu.nc.". : '
!'.) flrtlad+jtitrd'Bundari ot each TM Buwta MtiM4 .r *ria. will b. O.:R.'Mof fuel : 1 I I
month './ '",. :: for. our supbrahhvard' pmkMra, t1t,'Mtrlll! dMilut. ; ; '
Pra/er neitlnf every Tuesday at ParkmarI11ti''IOitR': r'W7, Whit 1 f..Je.; VH1 '" '
.....P. .. worth JllltfW".. t a 4tN.it''>"'> Mryioetwcond '1 made .i:'........ "
'".' onuniAW BCIKKCB and 't.Ht\u\Vf sash I ellUl'ell'pally! ,
Sunday Mrrtca ate held at tbS month at 11 a. m. and t p. oxt '1If1"dl ltt"p Otf
'Locbriji. horn la Florida City at 11 .h ol at It a. u. .r ry lulldat'1.clal matun at
a.- m- .ud11tIF''bshool' a171e'I0 '-'1c4CHURCIi f 'm;., ms.ting '*1"fw"! CI1I1r."a04l.nl'ptlSti.
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trt.i)lilt> *,'Ift.dl.. It AI' fIIi tB1; >.... 'u t/'sodil at I f : ,
trcachUff at 11 ft. DL: eoiftJd.ot, aptf. '......IIIq... t. \ Bb1:etl1i '
at J'r4l. '**. ... directed bye :Klder rrajrtr n.Unf( rrldar ovtnlnt af
Al.... 0tenwrafCHYl 1:01= p, ter '.0. ''t1 ..' o t.il
IRkI 'or' l01'' Filler PJI t++k1t tlL/. i.. W.WIIltJ aid U 1 "hW. V .
Pin An.,.. ?. 8. Uowry. paMot.Buaday vortlt, pastor Church Mrrtoat nnt m*.b A of UV 1 :
o. school at a. a. m.| B. C. tW. tAd third 1 Bunday .t sash month afU fnnlnn' ': tP :::J : :' '. ;
why .u&*t'\ato.d.at. Preachlnf sere a. m. and I. m. 1II1IIor L..gud Royal :" &
tlMe.t 1. I10FIlrta?1'r__ 114. at N A'tt..a'iii". C "", Elie.\ WbltJ be'...c' i.t'ZKd' ; f '

EPISCOPAL worth, lupm-lnuadont) Sunday school, Thora will b* "
M. '*...'_n.-R.$. C. P. Jackaon. t'l: a. ... E. B. Xallr tup.rlm.... ka'thinh on <
rector? Bonday *6l'!'''i'at'l&<.' l ctFtor d4.!;-' .lat eerric and termon at 11 Prar.r'meedng.vsry Tuesday .**.' i Sew tbs. Rwv. J. ?' ( :
"'clock. \of at ,:t. p, ... 3.010:
Mme,mi' i PiU} 1rAtU'Ii.t'. +dt ttl f'IT' trn+fritm' ] :
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; W.; B/Oray,
paitbr. Sundayaeftool
pa tor. Sunday school at t p. m.; attend the .v nln
at It a. m* Cap C .. Hou.h.perlntend : T.uai': Popls'S' BoolHr s... ':"| ;
.. .nt: wonalrf.:..,ku **d pta4Nl<. .1rii04\at flt: <>>- a4 AHUM. ,el1uit a*It'aJ'mj ; +
':1. p. m. loVI, Wt 1$. )'0 !
Nov It. Morning...Imftl"'W'ltrftIIf t1gPllfu
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Money G****"; .veojnfi 0s01 .*rirto 'Atatha Oftke. ptofor Den $unlay achool .... '
I 1.*%/* */,.,...tJft.. tad Hat fS..:f.fJclllI Oddfhllllwlkitl' 14- s ft*** tl.'Mo.U i
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Wedneeday at >
florid City Ooaimwlty Church I
Tfek R... O. If JFnfOUMi puter. Bun.Oaf .
school it It a. m. J. II. Dobbin : R. E HAL
lMrtnt.nd.nl; worship, 11 a. m. If ,
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'liwlUind' TTi*.. h... W B. Oi4Kputor. REALTOR
Preaching MnrloM at t'iffiSoliday \ : i Y.4fN'1' E. Second A've., MfamtJ1} I
tchool at 110. Ulo, Wiflla
Tttratr, superintendent; I pVrlukn > I REA17 ESTATE'INVESTMi4- I \
at Tilt p. m, Walter Bbrfet, :
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.., pantori Sunday achool ai.'a' rt, BAY VISTA PARK ;
m.J Mr. W. J. Carur .upsrtnds id/nL:
|faehtn Mrvlci at 11 a, mSlandTj4I :! t i IMUmi' tiGpr \
p. m.; song and ,ra.... I__. ._ largest close-in def

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Thii'-KonOThoM'Cln'b'Vliui t'loaay ymnti ii financiers who bar. ,".Ir eapMai la : --S.
-M"bond-anil toek"tiold: r* lld.'""" .,;.
and fonltable method of fur.
7 an orla-lnal. practical who do not ears to disturb their _'
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nl.hlnt.he horn on Ea: y paotltell.. at. U> ; T' the HO.NAOClub Ptaa the '
I CASH PRICES. W* bs/tev0. ft l. u. e.se haU.jaetorr vanlont and oqulMtol way of
( iytm In .vlst.acs.' It wa* *. .
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and to operated by this ottfr for the, sots '
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t IUI. faJr-prlefcd. Easy Payment PlaAiIt 'tIte''Cl' Plah EnabW+If kYI'rll : ) <; { i 1

5 I In* factar ha bought Jaom' to thoonanchr'tb follow: "Pa' Q'Y 'Mlle It' !" r '

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*tor*. with p'raetloaL Ilkeabl fuM' ; | :
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t. Tbs.eundard, reliable quality l '*ur' ..e rPhU| nahM. ttilal'atlhl'nlJ..
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ti .. Th* oomprehonalv'. compWenee' .( oar with. a larco'tnootM both find SRO '1I.
Ian ....u. a b liitpful.".,..*. It furnlahe :
baiement te.tuo, tbs. moet
t. Tbs fair prlc of,vnr article.
modem hm. I ; t ; x'::
|.V i Bbould your jooda b* deetroyed' "''r* ft. .
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|j.'I TheClub plan *....1.. yotftoi "Pay a* In the benent o< thU o plndld .,.t... '
... tWlf horn* wtth' newr .r!'M furnlehlno. it.
with Uila cheerful. brMd, honeot
'.. I <. The WflBI1'' W._ 6' ''Iknr'atortfrf. KatT Paynunta, will$ help you "
A .'pollry of eelUnto Cut) >>> .Pla. Member af our, ", .
. :: t regular'0.alt prkw plus a small f*. wjilcn .,' :
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t..* *...P... MIKJon.j' Vmpare that with fM' ,
i To fount auurl4 folk, and to thoao who d*. Nosed by other _0rM. W* balloon y. $ I
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...,. .... .1)) I*,, ... .iies? Jatltee Lsersts 11IIII le etl Saul'vsR. rt --"u wTh aotrnpsdhtq tetaa .**..... could hardly be mrpOWdTk '
i atla. SOS. RdUut4 fey put forth a uplan.
.my, "-Tk rmrMM ...... *f ArIMMhr Third (ra4*-rr.d Armat, MM did effort and did well roMldorlnv FOR SALE
Ey ........ 1Y1e4 i iI. ......"-1.. *eoer. Oa-.,bll, W. R. Ckapruaa, Jaualta B. .111... M tile Wbliterary "' 001 the fact that the lame wu the rir.t TOROCtlHR1EA ,Ktntbl itOLAR
leer. lit"'" .enge'1Dodwn Clark Iva Conner Bobble< Crow Mral.a ** lty wtu mast Wda..MlayNTmbr SANT ttt
f). Rd oounty _1 rUTlfrlllllr'i *'"y had ever playeil The lull scum
Yletat Vspluer. fRMI CtkelIteUaM. Fort, 'MIt1_ reach, Betty Vul- n. aad pya the ,*....( hens and 1 cork UII; t rrk U
boa MTMd to have teed wa 11.(1 In favor of Coconut Grove.Nate.
Oa Bawl, Nlta Davis her. Grace Hobson. mtaa* th Hone. proiraoHoll : ROGERS' GRO. STORE
bMtetball MM
to make M uephalt
QMnita needy. Louisa. Conner and Thlma RhodM, l.uctll Roberta Percy all-a a*.prUU ,vota( oaMM .
fur the oheol Th pound kM already Tllshwn, llisl.. lIall"" George Kmren Elmer> Bui. reading ......* .< Tbankyty' to .**.*.-...
bMIInfte4.. and It I* efftc4d I ........... "Am..Ha for M*"- Uran and Julia ulUvan ing--pant Jian N'----...;;..--.'-... -....."..-.
that lh rock baulhwill iMflu F'-
Mht Oodeoit."t tang. ".*..+* Lstla y"--e..Mty.
thin week.Rom reeve Have a R*......u. With Bella olo.-..JHnijfc UilMwvkl.
boys from th* eighth. gradslist. Dcth"--euslor oil., FARM,. UFC: HCHOOb ...... drill. -t.. (..... ef tfc. so' Jewelry C
hauled MwdUM on *n. *f the Reel.' "It&t Ilttanee"- By I'li G. WMse filet,. Duval .
old dirt l baakctball cOJ tL 'j'ala. make* ...... "PU'l4 \"Tb.JOms Clu*.f tA* R. laad Pane .
the ....... much better to play en and ; Uf acfiool mat and eh_ "rite Jtd> Tb* boy* std itrl* bktball
prattle will probably begin MM. Ml** Oower 1* on the "haU-elck IUf land, NlthllngaU" for the nan of team caged to r* t* Dknla Friday 20 W. Flagler
tbl week with a bad cold, th* club Mia. WUIwdnlM Vallow night, {crv. 11. ThoM who expect t*
The elal house for the agriculture I. director.The MIAMI\ FLA.
Rob A
make tbo Mason
trip art %
clow' to Bearing completion, and wilt 'I'll. manual training .!&* I* R .
Morris JBM, George KoMt BollleKyi '
a probably l b* ready for perlmental planning t* have a* nthlbll I.One of Glee Club wUtjjtit oa a play, --rII. *, Henry Bbrn. Bruo Cor ; inRoberts .
work by the end of thl* wk the hardware More* Chriitniagtlm '
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about of,III. |taderns" December Cheater Kawlfr, t.ner W Odbarr. : .
*, float Of 0t a artkle, exhibited i If, la th*>Fann UWMBOO! auditor hotelBuilding "
Warn Hutton Jam Cook Maria'ret
The contractor i. F. Umphrey hat .III.MI itabrete; booth thelree, pea urn. Tha tharct.rj reI' Roberts, Mary Edith: Deb......, ,.
almost completed tilt Junior high CIa" card tra7rookng| >t.undi and i Weeda Wants, queen. of the Wants Myoma KahU Limits Mrnnona, Viola
building. 'l'b. manual training elaM .tooia.' trlb*>-Oorl* Wvr. _
MoCullouih Sununtr MoOregor '-
monad Into It Friday afternoon, and Imp** Light br younger alitcr .
.. will Tb a.y. Mr. Rita. who I. holding pet Rouseeat Nanda Bimmooa Marfaret
tli* "nth11I4. eight trad Audrey McBw.. .
ay.fade Dell,...*, Eleanor Bauer and
move In the tint part of tab weak revival services at-. the rennet I-'!I'hu..h **. Pudfo Wu4.-cb. chll.dra .
Joe Lake
will peak at the
grammar school
aa- of the
Dr. W. J Carter: petor of the Na- dltorlum Tuesday afternoon at 1.10. o.ma PAY
Old squaw, aore.rea of the trlbCltaaor *-
Church, vlallod the high school Th. Robert Turner U abwat from school ; .
ranja pupil are looking forward t* bin : Bauer, : .
Monday H. mad part of the Math lecture. TJl* high school pupil. will C h o r u ttopramo. r prntlnfplrlu :11 t this week on aocoMt of.* broken arm. SIIOPcr. .../
realm Dr. Carter kM bad *.p.rI.llce ales go to bear hi... the" I LATER
of happiness and Joy altorpr Last Friday Cecenul Grove baa- \
teaching school *o h* gay a talk on --
*.nUn' iplrtu *f sorrow And woe.Dancer.twelve ketball floor wa invaded by twoteams
the eonxtltuUon of the UalMd [Btate Fruit bower were the faahlon.thin .
girls selected frn(( of warrior, the boy and th
e The Florida 07.D.; ,.. Conference and_.Principal Mrs. Held.L. B. Mr Bennett: ftevcneo werehonored the clghtk grades ".d l (Irla of Redland' Farm Uf aoheol. HIGHEST QRADt JeweLRY
Th. Irl game played hard by
took place In Miami last Friday, *atorday .
this way by the eight grade At a meeting of the bon* baaktbU each side. Tilt Redland lnv dr* managed and
The to I
and undey. delegate girl' Ml. Hammond .
by &.b. *ventk
: teats Tuesday Mason Roberta nil to get T i point scored Oa the ,
the eonfereiu from till Horaeta4 I
grad drlc Mr. Treadwell by th*
captain and Chester Hawley board Their through
tally opponent
high wore L. J Pattern, 1&11I'1 seventh grad boy and Mix Cartel- THE EA/IE/T WAY TO. BUY
torroapondlnf manaf*'. : their Inferior playing Oil luck of teamwork ,
Wollam, Everett lever, K. K. Tread-
low by>> the ninth grad girl. .
"Tb Rtdland Pirates" wa ehOM rot only II polnta.
well L. B. Bennett, Claude Campbell,
a* til. Ham *f th* tn% '.The boy la their km* tot some
( and little each week month
MuHwIl Horn, Horano. Oray. Wee' There wilt boa' beek.tbell! doable ;:1 knowledge of the difflcultlei la ban Buy now pay or
Ion fuller alluded sundry.The
header with Lemon City aahool atj4lnon 'Ibs; |irl.' b* k tbll leall.lect.. ketbalL Tit passing. of the Cooonut
r pr.ee.ttlve- fI claw ring City Friday, November ... Eleanor Bauer a* captain and Mar a Prove boy wa good, and their good. ....MNxNNNNNxxxNNNNNMN..x"NNMMMNNNNMINHN,MxMNININMxINNNNMNNNNN'NNHL...

company* the senior visited claw the about school their Friday fradu toM HONOR" ROIL MillEgliilllllllillllllllillilllililliilllllllllllllllllll/ / / / IIIIIIIIIIIIIU! 11I111111I11I111111111111I11I11I1111/{ /111I111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111i {

atlon rtn,.. No decudoa wan reached Eighth grade--Pearl Whltaker.Marlon .
cut the clans will probably work out Robertson, Nancy Bell Noel

an original dealgn.. olds Hawl Wattle Hook,Mae Walter Mill,Redln Eleanor, Kllng, 1 HART HARDWARE COMPANY 1 II

The Adelpblaa Literary lonely will Seventh, grade-Paulina Thompson,
tlv a 'Thanksgiving, program on Fri Marlon Doraey and Kathleen Blcgr,
Hardware of Miami
In the Heart
day November II. The program will 1 Birth gr tto-EloIse; Bradley, Milton Builders House Furnishings iI
,-- bias tollowaReading I McOarrah, Jo Burton., Alvah
"America'. ThanktglclngOllv Taylor, Elmor Roger. Carolyn An* = '1': .- ,,;;&:: ==
Kennedy, demon Marl Campbell Miriam Burton = =
Waahlngton' Thanksgiving! procle- Bernlc McEirtn, Viola Johns, H i'f J ? j
mal Ion-Mary Berker. William Edward Arthur French,
Governor Thanksgiving Proclamation Noble Holland Denier Horn. William s I
-Kl.l* Campbell Krem J. Dough ,.......'. VeraCoanell. : t. : kt
Coolldg I Thankaylylng Proo fIJI f lIIlarlir lfitdrad t8ultlvan. f '
lion -Roberta Arrant $&, .:: flEnay Beoond. rr..i..n.IMur'bl-;( .... ; ) \' )') .13S

on the Origin tTJianknglvInt" JoriBulllv..) AJta Vann MJ Cook J.:3 .\ =
John Tower. jftt RrinWReclUtxin. 5ThankMlvlnf Catharine Harper, Lilly WDioiif;;; ;Me-, : =
nonr beret McOarrah. Haanl tulllvan, Jan = -
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"A Spoiled Thanksgiv! Drown, RUaJ>>*th Capllnger Roee
Inl"-Mi&rrare' Cook. Caves, CI/4 Connell Valnra Flteh,
Reading, "Landing of ha pilgrim Ilavel Lett, Nitnlo Lott, Union Con : atvt
'Ih-Allo. JTerrell.Reollatlon Ronald flrooker.
ner. Evelyn Thome Cr
1'b.nk'rlvlnnlb slid Jlnnl. Tower.

Bhui.r.The. Meat *rad*--Ethef Bailey, Dorothy "

Peerless-Literary Society met Brannan, Jewel Campbell Margwerlt
Friday afUrnoon Nov 14, and gave Prow, Prlacllla Fined OraM Field, I I
an Armistice program, 1'b. program "v..l11Gambel', Mabel I,nlt, Ell.-
beth Bklll. H.I..
WM a* fullowet Oohler. Katherine \
Done' "1 Balut The. Old Olory"Bohool Vnn. Mary W-+uncr. D a Bailer*, "' ,"' .
Donald Sullivan, Walter Btengreber, = = a
Devotional UxercUno: --TrmldMt.Recitation Frank Reveler. }Hwrtl Monroe, Tommy

Shaw. "Love of My Country"Vrlma -* ''I Heckler MKiffett. Milton, Edwin Fletcher tawrenoe Angus Otha Col- I A Real Housefurnishing Department and a Complete Line of

Anvil i'hruN-Claid* Campbell Urn and Alfred Barren, ==

1.. J. fatteraon, Tom Ixtomla Roy Fifth ....Marguerite Wollam, WEAR-EVER BLUMINUM 3
flmlth' Rlbert Frowher, Weston Pujler. Lull Houltlfworth DUI McConnell '
sod Vannl Lee Harrfe.CMy Jr, Christie Taylor\ Llule Lott Bu: nr. ut..n. (THANKSGIVING pricesMALL
|: The Cause *| World War"-* lab Lee Mills Carrl Bell Cave and o
ROM Tower. Allen, Weat. E is just SBC
Eaaay, "Declalv Vlotorlei"-L.. .1.J'aiterson. Fourth grade Retell Boot h. I. $3.95 $495:

Gladys Campbell. Float!. Oonl&v... Amy E about 1 week LARCKUZt

off $5.95

: '.,t+ '} and want '
f .Oysters- Oysters' 3 l I Can b* und every !\tR. TURKEY : .3==

3 day for cereal, I Y l lau
WE HAVE THEM -, poddtngi etc. ]fust'righv'Steel

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or acK pan may b*
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-a. '' Fresh Fish EvefY ]jar s ti i* d .so paraUly. VStamIess y 1 w tt, ,/
f (The :f"r.t"* Carving Sets

... I The bind you like best either .palm,) 75'patterns to
4" : \.

M Live and Dressed Poultry V,! 'l*'.' -i $2.75 select from" Rog.ttr

Fat hens and choice young friers, dressed. to :1 -m--
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order day or night. MISCELLANEOUS,

'l ;, 7;, City Fish. and Poultry Market. = 11'IDr.Ev,,. Specials in Vico Alumlnurq( 'v '"

\ 3-qt covered aluminum boiler . :; *& . . .98 =a'
I). D. McGARRAH: Prop. S Tea-fettle ; & .
"' I ? ::: Aluminum., sauce pan sets, I, ty' ::, 2 quart'?; . . .98 f

1't. \ Just opened on Mowry Street west of Bank :::3:: .. Aluminum} dish pans . . . .f.r:, ;, ..[ ... . .$1.50 ===:
of Homestead. i
$4.65 i 6-ot. aluminum tea kettles . . . 1.75

I". ::: r .' ,I livqt: aluminum double boiler..J. .98 j

.:. :: TuuuuunlRUUUnuunuonluauuuuusuuunuunuuuluuuuuuuuuuuumr i .3 TVear-Ever. 1 Wxtng.Pan Aluminum colanders . .OL. .' . . . . .75

,, s .f Aluminum double roasters . . . . . . 98 _

,' .' I Lambert Trublpruf f' 1 ,I ,

; ; I I i'I l Boudoir lamps. $4 value, now . i. '.. *\ <.. . >$2.98

\ Tires 1fiIj' : 9OC" Wrot iron bridge lamps, $5 value, now. .*< :, . . .3.98

:, I e Wrot iron smoking stands $7.50 value, now. . . 5.98

; i Wrot iron candle sticks, $2.50 value, now,. . . 1.49

r .' ::; : Will take you there Wrot iron smoking trays, $3 value, now.. . . 2.29.
j / JY Hr-Evr Cake Pan", Wrot iron table I lamp with parchment shade $15 value 12.98

I' and bring you back.AH "' Pyrex casseroles $5' value, now . .*"'t *, .. 2.98

h t '.. Sterling carpet sweepers, $5 value, . . :. 3.98
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kinds of tire and tube repairlfg.tp .. I AI' each .. ..... ... Coleman lamps, $9 and. . .. . . . 12.00
l ,, ..< New tires made from old ones. Bring C t.MJ Coleman lanterns y'. ? . .'*'\. .n-'o . 7.50

King Bee electric iron . . ... 5.00
r 4'4 i 1ft 'your old tires; we will look them It alii' a a 0',0 "e",

'. .. over and show you what we can do. I Community Plate silver. Four patterns, 26 piece set. 13.00

! \ Old tirei taken in on new ones. I I" .e.nra

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| every growing city today property owners are constantly faced with the menace of
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; a necessity, and as Fulford By-the-Sea grows in its development, additional busi '
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that rapid increases in value are assured because property that is so protected, is ,.
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;!{ r the narrowest.street -IJ 80 feet wide .and, every street is ,to be an illuminated

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shrewd investor in real estate knows that Fulford By-the-Sea often opportunities that J .',
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-' 'estate developments in South Florida..,. Fertile land, bearing citrus and avocado trees,! ,tropical trees and %, 1> I 1At "; :

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still be near to urban activities and conveniences. They will not come to Miami and then buy.north of ': r 1. ; 'l

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