Legislative reports, hearings, documents re: Everglades, Lake Okeechobee, flood control and drainage

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CHAPTER 0456~--Iho, :361j-LAWSn' OF FLORIDA.

AN AC'T to Elstabli-bh the E\erpladess Dr~ainage Disti'let
in Thlic: Stat- anld Defline Ita Dojundr];iesB, to: Create;tl a
Hoanllrd f (lcommniiissionuelr folr said Distl~rict and to Define
ItS Powel-.vr~ uthoizingii thie consIU'tem-rtil- n Of Cnals.
Drainiu. Irik~e~.s Reher\oir~ andJ O:ther WorLss fosr the
_Pl M~i l andc~ Bene~tft at thel Lanlds Emblnrace in
Said~ D~istriclt aind to L~e\y Assessmentsit~Ut of, Taxes4 TI,:ll"
the Lands Embra-l~ced- in SuchL Distee!t a~nd to- Prov\ide
for thie collections of thie sam~e and the Sale o~f Landcs
toc EnfOr~ce the- (Iollectfionll of hell AiiS-1Seeien[t~S andJ to-
Aulthor zizel the fil B ed f CI-mmii.---sUinus-r o~f Salid~ Dis-
tr~iCt tos Dojllrrow. liney, andl tlo Issule U:lnds andl D~ispose

\'isionsi of Thlis Act,1 to PI-e\lo ut luju tlo Anyu Wornks
Couteete EderThs AtandtoProid aPenaltjF~ _'
forl violatingg 8uchl Proviision.

Be Ir Elerlracl b, the Lc~rtelatur~e re f thre State of Flo~rklri:

Seto .Tl!;t forll the- p-urposee f drinin r apnd reI- '
c~laiming~ the lanld' hlereionft'ler dsc~cribel anod Iro~tct-ing
the xsamei tli-Um the etheitls of water, for ag~rfe~ulturql_aggn
anuitary$ p'riposic. and for~ the publlir; convenien le andl
weiale, and forIIthe p~Luhlic. .t)tility..ans. .jacailt, a draionae
d-lian llt is hereby~l! established~ tc- be know-l~ n and~ designatedri

boundanriesi of whliich shanll b~e or follows. to-w~it:
Beginning at ther northeastt corner olf Tow~~nship~ thirty-
.seven IS371 southr. Range thiritv-nine~ 13'l east, tienc~e
west along thie towlnnshipl line betw~een Townuships thirty-
.iix r:3Fi south anld thirty-seven I:37) SouIIth to th~e no-rth-
wecst crtrner of Townnhipi- thiltrtyc-\ even I371l southl, Rannge r
thiilrt-one r31I enst.
Th~enre .southh olo-ne the~ ranece line bretwecen Rouges
thlirtg r3rll c-ast and thirty-onl~e 1:311 cast to the outh-
neit clor~nerl of, Tonas~hil, fo-r~ty-thr~ee 14371 euth,. Range
thlilr ty-oe 1:311 east. /
Thence east alonn ther township line between Tow~n-













ships forty-three (43) south and forty-four (44) south
to the southeast corner of .Towvnship forty-three(4)
south, Range thirty-one (31) east.
Thence south along the range line between Rang~es
thirty-one (31) east and thirty-two (32) east to the
southwest corner of Township fifty-four (54) south,
Range thirty-tw~o (32) east
Thence east along the township line between TCown-
ships fifty-four (54) south and fifty-five (55) south to
thle southeast corner of Townsihip fifty-four (54) south,
Ranng~e thirty-two (32) east.
Thawell~c south along the? Ilongel line between Ranges
thlirt-y-two (32) east antd thirt-y-three (33) east to the
south.1weSZ: corner' of T..w\ uship; 1 fift-y-five (55) south, Range
thirtly-thr~ee (33) east.
Thener-lll east along thle township line between Town-
ships nfliyftive (55) south and fifty-six (56) south to the
southeast corner of Township fifty-five (55) south, R~ange
thirtyp-four (34) east.
Thence south along thre range line between Ranges
thirty-four (34) east and thirty-five (35) east to the
southwest corner of Township ~fkfty-nine (59) south,
Range thirty-five (35) east.
Then.,il~ east along the township like between Town-
ships fifty-nine (59) south and sixty (60) south to the
southeast corner of Towvnship fif~ty-nine (59) south, Range
thirty-six (36) east.
Thence south along the range line between Ranges
thlirty-six; (36) east and thirty-seven (37) east to the
southwmest corner of Townshlipl fifty-nine (59) south,
Range thirty-seven (37) east.
Thence east along the township line between Tow-n-
ships fifty-nine (59) and sixty (60) south to the shore
of the A-tlantic Ocea~n,
Thlencer northeasterly along the shore of the Atlantic
Ocean to the point where the section line between iee-
tions twenty-one (21) and twenty-two (22), in Towvnship
III fill v (.iP 1.5- olrlfll RA~eP foMV-ODP~n ( 41 enti Io OP flic
linl- prenllllinel I initermenlti thet flhoreF ofl thle Atlanti c Oceal.
Thelcrie norlith thronehlll the~ miidlel of T1-wnsuhips tiny.
frnel 1ill. 11ft\-thre~c .1:3' 1, lifvty-tw 1521 soulth, in Ra~nge
fliry-vone 1411~ enct. to the nosrtheast corner osf Rection
fouir I-41, in Towrnship' tifty-tw~o 15"1 4iouthl, range forty.
on 1I 11 enst.
Thience east aloin= the tow~nflip line between Tow~nshiils
fifty-one i311 souithi and liftyvt-tw i52 I ouith to the south


eas~t Iearnerl of Town~shipl tfty-one 1511 soulth, Range forty-
onet 1 411 east.
Thec-lle nlorthi allong the Range l~ine beltweenr Rang~es
for.,ty~:U-on I-1I eas~t;7 1 and fortV-two 1421 eastl tot the north-
wesCt icorn.Ler' ofI Secti~On nineteien a10.1, in Towlnshipi l folrty

Then1:ce- east along the norlthl bou~lnda~gry, ofec-tilrns nine
tt~ee 113) tw e\-nty l2nl. tw-enty-rone 1'111 to the no~rtheasRt
colllUrnerl' o l~f Sionl tw~enty-one~ 1"11 in Tow\rnshipl fl-rgl -nine




Cntoa fouth. RangIe frt-ltwe.2 at
Thnc~ue unorthh thrlou thel ruinokle ofui Ratnee fRty-t
141es other-iiu !s northea slitS ll crnro Setio twe nrty-onel

Thenle Il west through? t thl-s\en Inisle cof i~i T.a nship fth one




;IiI a (I )st l and fot 14 1.11 ea t. I to the northwt c ore of 11a lI IIee\-l

lion :11I nin t l'en 11 h ni (' in T..wnsip~l.Z torty-one (4 1)- flnth




nine I'il0r ent t t the porri ins of beginnn tiet boe nn

cliise -e. ~ I-i2-c.The llI; Iovernor the 1I Ienuiptlleril~ th iStatei

sol inje~rn alle mepl hereby pronstir-nte the ovnin th lo~nar
iieut mi tioner iiofi Eve~iril ile DennleJ Dli strlict. w-i ll
toc- !.ne~~p andhe Iued by nsa-id unnie r;in any; liturlt. of lawo


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dileu sd- Gazl nans levees, dikes, dams, locks
and reser~voirs in auith manner as sliid Board shall deem
mos alantgesus.Said Board is hereby authorized
and empowered to clean out, straighten, widen, change
the course and flow, alter or deepen. any ditch, drain,
r'iVer, watler course,' Il~lln.. lake, creek, or natural stream
in or out of said district that may be deeemed necessary
by\ Ha~id Board to be done to facilitate thle dra~inagfe and
Ill-.-lilnutio of the terr1itory in said distriefto con-
~IImIPF nIl maintain matin and lateral canals or ditches;
toc construnct sucht levees, dikes, sluices, revetments, reser-
voir~s, pumnping stLt~ions and other works and imzprove-
mrent~s deemned necessary to preserve and maintain the
wiorks in said district; to construnct any bridge or road-
way over any levees, embanklments, public highways, rail-
roadl righlt-of-way, track, Igrade, fill or cut, or across anly
stream or pond t~hat m;Ly be necessary to furlilitate: the
work of I1.1r ng11 a~nd reclaiming thre terruitory or any
p.art thlereof embraced in ;i;:lir-f !irt it; said Bo6ard shall
have the power and authority to hold, control and ac.
quire by donation or purchase for the use of the district
a ny real or personal property, to condemn any lands,
~~easemnent-, railroad right-of-way, in or out of said dis-
trict, for a, right-of-way for any canal, ditch, drain or
reservoir, or for material to be used in constructing and
maintaining said works and improvements for dra~ining
protecting and ree-1,1~innin-.- the lands in said districtr'"'--
Sec. 4. That th~-said Board is hereby authorized and
empowered to exercise thre right of eminent domain and
may condemn for the use of said district any and all
lands, easements, rights-of-way, riporian rights, and
property r~igrhts of every description required for the pub-
110 purposes and powers of said Board as herein granted,
and may enter upon, take and use such land as it may
deem necessary for such purposes, pendlingr condemnation
proceedings.
Sec. 5. For the purpose of construction, completing
and maintaining the works of drainage andl reclamation
hereby authorized for the benefit and p1lroect'icl-n nf the-
lands in said district, annual assessments of tags shall
( be and are hereby levied and imposed upon all the lands
within said district, as follows, to-wit: That upon the
following described lands in said District, all being in
Townships south of the Tallahassee parallel, and~ in
Rangres east of the Tallahassee meridian, to-wit:
A tax of fifteen cents per acre is hereby levied annually


for a period of three year Is, includling thi year 1913; thecre-
after for -a period of thlregeaers, inc~l.liudi thle Vealr 1916.i
J a tax of eighteen cen-s pler neee a;llnnalll. is hereby,~ le\-ied
25 upon said lands, and thereafter at tax of twenUty~ive cents
2 6 per acre annually, including' the year 19j9, is herebyej~
levied upon said l~ands. (Containing approximately
906,11.61 acres. Dsrpino ad scnandi
law omitted).ti, o w :
That upon the following. described lands in said dis-


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/ A tax of ten cents per acre: is hereby levied annually, d
for a period of three years, including. the year 1913; there-
f4" after for a period of three..gears, including the year 1916,
a tax of thirteen cents per acre annually is hereby leviied
upon said lands, and thereafter a tax of eighteen...ents
per acre annually, including the year 1919, is hereby
levied upon said lands. (Containing approximately
824160.87 acres. Description of lands as contained in
law onit'Eed).
That upon all the other lands embraced in said drain- ,
age district, (being approximately ]@%4..91 acres) and Z~'-: .
,- / not hereinbefoi~e described, a tax of fele cents per acre is
Thereby levied annually for a period of the~e years, jin-
cluding the year 1913; thereafter for a, period of th ee
,acd years, including the year 1916i, a tax of eight cents per
Sacred annually is hereby levied upon said lands, and there-
after a tax of ten cents per acle! annually, including the
year 1919, is hereby levied upon said lands.
The lands withinl -;li l .11-f rict held by the Trqs);ees
of theInternal IIns'E. \.-'' *R -nJFund shall be suby~t to
the ta,_xes hereby imposed and the said Trulstees, In fur-
therance ~of the trua~ts upon~ich the said..lnds are 13ghtl
are hereby authorized and empowered to pg;I thle as nIe1
nlt of a7ny fu~ndsf in their possession derived from- thze sal "



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l nl e i l-. byi i th i 11i-- .\.tl lltal (III used by l~ilthe <.11 1 ionn e l n t
\.ni..m ;-e-t al Iin inninllti n on. .f' Innt .-11ti ~ l ennal l~ als:ins
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Such lists when completed'shall be immediately forwatrd-
ed by the Board by mail to the Tax Aisssesors of .the
CountiesA onwhic sail dra cahe is rt ma r ie rsde

the Board, and the Secretary shall endorse thereon the
date when the original was forwarded to the Tax Asses-
sor and shall file such copy among' the records of the
Board.
Sec. 9. It shall be the duty of the Tax Assessor of each
of the several counties em~a~ced in whole or in part wit-h-
in said district to recive sucl1.]ist and he shall entgr upon
the tax zcoll of the county of which he is the Tax Assessor
the tax or assessment sown by said list to be assessed to
this Act for such year arnjinst the lands__escribed in said
list; such tax or assessment shall be entered upon the tax
roll in a separate column under the head of "DrI: i!...-
Tgx~s" opposite the name of the person or persons or cor-
poration owning such land, or their or its legal rep~resetnta-
tive, if the same has been returned by such owner or legal
representative of such owner for State and County taxes,
or in case such land has not been r~eturned! by the owner
thereof, or his or their legal representatives, for State and
County taxes, then opposite the word "Unknown" in the
manner provided by law for making up the tax roll for
State and Colinty t~axes. The tax or assessment levied by
this Act shall constitute a lien upon the lands so assessed
as of the first day of January of each year in which the
entries aforesaid are made in said tax rolls, which lien
shall be supeior in dig~nity to al~lother liens upon said
lands, except the lien for Stale' and -C~oun~ty..axes, 19~
nli2ch it sl~a~ll be inlferil- r or secondary. The Tax Assessor
shall attach to said tax roll to ie year 1913 and subse-
qluent years a special warrant to the Tax Collector of such
County for the collection of said drainagSe tax and such
special warrant shafbe signed by the Tax Assessor and
be the authority of the TayCy1ector for the collection
of said taxre. Such warrant shall be substantially in thre
following form:
'Special W~arrant for Collection of Drainage Tax-es
State oll F orida, tioutof. .

Yon are hereby comm dllied to eqJct out of the real
t'saulti fin itil roll and ;Ifromilll the-I pesns r. corpornian i4'-


property as the B~oard may deem neecessary to carry out
B ard ineese oduc tof sida wrk an its banso ee r
ally, andl to repay anty loans and the interest thereon, and
to the creation of a sminr~g fund for the retirement of
the principal of the bonds that the~ Board may issue under
the provisions of this Act, and to t-he payment of file in-
terest thereon.
Sec. 7. As soon as practicable after the passagec of
this Act: thle said Board shall meet in the office of the
Governor of the Stat~e and organize by electing a Chai1r-
man -from one of its rniembers, and shall employ a Peer~e-
tar~y ati su~chl salartly as the Board may deem proper. Th'e
Secretarly shlall r~cecor thle m~nlpes of the Board in a
bookt suitable for thaIt purpose and shall kreep an accu-
rat~e r~ecordl and arccount of all the fu~lnwC.;.tIos of the
Board and perform such other. services as may be pre-
scrthed by this Ac~t or required by the Board. The ree-
ords of i-lre Board shall always be oplen to:, inspection by ~
thle pubbc. A majority of said B~oard shall constitute
a2 quorum for the transaction of business.
Sec. 8. A~t such first meeting of the said Board and
thlereaft-er on the second Tuesday in January of each year
the salid Board shlall preparre for each County in which
said dis-trict may lie in whole or in part a list of the lands
lying in such County and embraced in said drainage dis-
trict. Ruch list-s shall describe such lands when it is
c~onvenient to do so by Sections, Townships and Rangres,
ahdl upon suchll list or lists shall be designated the amount
:I-vm~cr-.1 by this A\ct ulpon each section of land or part
thereof for thle yearl in whlich such list or lists arF$ made.
Immedliately upon thle Inllos ent liis~ of such lists the said
Boarrd shall cause to be published in a newspaper pub-
lishled in Tarllahassee and in a newspaper published in
Mfiami, once a werek for two weeks, a notice of the com-
plet~ion o-Ff such lists and that the same can be e~rintni-c
at the o~il..-.- of the -,.1;1 nonid~l and that on a day to be
specified in said notice, being not less than fifteen days
from -the date of thle first publication thereof, the said
Board shall meet at thet of~jce of said Board and hear
and determine all complaints in relation to the prepara-
tion of such lists by the said Board and for that purpose
th~ey may ad~journ. from time to time. Such lists shall be
signed by the C'hn;-irnl.in of the Board and shall be at-
tested by the Secre~tary under the seal of the said Board.


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ed together with the affi~davit of the Tax Collector to the
posting of slich notice, sh-iall be filed in the ofliice of the
Clerk of the Circuit Court and a copy of such notice
together with such affidavit. shall be delivered "to the said
Board. All such sales shall commence on the first.,on-
day in Jpe of each year and ifay be continued from day ,/ 7"L2.-
to day. 'The advertisement shall be in substantially the-
same form as now provided by law in the sale of lands
for non-payment of State and Countyv taxes.
Sec. 12. On the day designated in the notice of sale
at 11 o'clock A. 31. the Tax Collector shall commence the
sale of those lands on which thre drainage tax or assess-
ment has not been paid as aforesaid. and shall confige
the same from? dav taday until so much of each parcel
thereof shall be sell as shall be suf~ficient to pay...the.d~rain-
age tax or assessment, costs and charges th~ereon, and iin
case 'there are no.bdders the whole g~gt shall be bid..oil"
by the Tax ...Cllector for the Boartdf-Cmmissioners of
Everglades Drainage..District and the Tax Collector milst
offer all such lands as assessedl. Th nd hl be struck
,oj] to the person who will paytax, costs and cha~res for
the least portion of the land, and the portion thereof sold
shall be taken from the Southeast Corner of such parcel
and described in a square form, as near as may b~e.
Sec. 13. The Tax Collector shall require ilnlingo t
payment by any person to wvhomz any parcel of such land
may be struck off, alid in all cases when thle payment is
not made within ong.,Jior he may declyre the bid. a-
celled, and B.gi the 1;III minlain on the same day or the day
fo11.\ llown, andany person so neglecting or refusing to pay
any bid made by him shall not be entitled after such
neglect ~to have any bid made by him received by the Tax
Collector during such sale.
Sec. 14. At the sale aforesaid the Tax Collector shall
give to the purc;h"'o a certifcte of such..Sale, describing
the lands and tire amount of drainage taxes, costs and
charges due thereon. The certificate shall be substantially
in the following form:
"STATE OF FL~ORIDA,
County of..............................
Office of Tax Collector.
~~~~~~~~.................... ........... A. D). 19. ,
No. ....
I. ............................ Tax C'nllector filr thle
C'olnrT. of .... ............. in thle S;tate o~f Floridal .


assessed, the drainage tax set down in said roll opposite
each name, corporation, or parcel of land therein de-
scribed, and in case such drainage tax is not paid on or
before the first day of April next yosu are to collect the
same by levy and sale of the lands so assessed; and all
sums collected for dr~ainlage taxes you are to pay to the
ourd of Commissioners of Everglades D.rainage District.
:i-ven under my la ndl and seal this .1. .. .. .. day of
A ) 1 '
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Assessor of Taxes. ,
County.
Sluch warr~ant: shall I~remain in full force until all the
dlrainagre taxes shown in said r'oll to be assessed shall be
c~ollect(ed,
8001. 10. All drainage axses or assessments levied by
rthi .100 w Eholl b~e payable on thle firs: .11..nlall~y in Novem-
l.1-1 1 ni11 III.. 1 .voel frwhichl the same are assessed, nal TH: c
To1 '..1,,1o (~lr llhall collect thle same on or before the filt
1.1,: ..I .\!.1if Inlllowing, andl if such tax shrall not be paid
no1 ,,as\ ,,11 -.1,.r parcels of landl by the person or corpora
Isun1 : Ils..- Iulyl it is to pay-the same on or before the
lirst .1,1\ of1 \pril in the year followiing that year for
, 1.1. 1. -;i0 h ::-ISSlessmen is made, the Tax Collector shall ad
i,-r-t i7. l ;11 11 suell lnds in the same manner as is now
i.1.1, -,}inl I 1,.iv for h sale of lands for the non-payment
'nt. an I'unt taes.Provided, notice of the sale
1al s.ill landI~- ball ~e givien by' thle Tax CoT1'ector by pub-
j;ill-hIe1@ -ninel~ once e~achl week; for two wreeks in some
now\. -p,.1'1; r Ipublishled in thle County to be designated by
the~ s,11ul lin~,ile, or b? postingf the same in three public
(plewes inl andI Coubty, one of which shall be the County
('111..n 11ouse1 11f SuIch County, at least fourteen days prior
in1 110- 11;te- lived for such sale. The liew~spaper abaIlrges
I'II-,I1lt1rtiIne- shall be ten ceuts per lmne nonpareil typle
fml 1III inl ~~iion forr single c-~olumn, but there shall be
11o 1.-h;11"( 1..! thle headi notice. The Tax Collector is au-
1huriz'I tot receive dr~aina7ge taesi and issue receipts
therefor'll w\illmullt requniringf the payment of other taxes at
rlin- tinu.e of lin- pa~ymtent of such dlrailnate taxes.
.-.1..\ I o~py of thte newspaper containing the adver-
tiillin nn1 -ul be filed in the ofice of the C/lerk of the
(liln-nit (ConsI ;I nd one copyv sent to the B~oard of Commis-
.-ilnnes~ of Evelrglad~es Drainage District. If notice of
sm1 h1 ;1l.- he tiven hg I15.!iling, a copy of the notice so post-


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do hereby certify that, pursuant to notice published as the
law required, I offered for sale at public auction on this
the ........ day of ... ................., A4. D. 19.., at
the Cour:,t H~ouse in, said County, the lands hereinafter
described in the manner prescribed by law for the amount
due and unpaid for drainage tax, costs and charges on
said land for the year A. D. 19. .. That said lands were
i;n..~lek d o~ff and sold to . .. . .
for the sum of ................... ........... Dollars
thle same being the amount of said unpal tnid rainage tax'
c~ost~s and chares. ATnd that if this ccer ;if thl to iJ not
relyense.I1I(1 on or before the firs~t day of DecemzbeEn~ext
af ter thre dat~e hrereof w~ith interest thelreon at the! rate of
two ~per cent pter month fromn April let of the present year,
the holder thereof or his assigns will be entitled to receive
((a deed of conveynnce of such lands in accordnne with
Said Ilands are described as follows, lo-wit-: ..

lcatell I. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. Counm Ste of Floi a.
W~i lnec my hand at ......... ........... this ..
dayr of A......... .. D. 19 ..

Tatx Collector .......... .Countv '
Sec. 15. Immediately afte an sae for the non-pay-
ment of drainage taxes, the Tax Collector shall mak~e o~ut
a. list in triplicate of all the lands sold for such taxes,
showing the date of thze sale, the number of each certifi-
cate, the name of the owner as shown on the tax roll,
a description of the land sold, the name of the purchaser
atnd the amount fo~r which sale was made, and the Tax
Collector shall append to each of said lists a certificate
setting forth, the fact that such sale was muade in ac-
cordance w~ith~ law. One of such lists shall be? forwarded
to thle Boardt of Commissioners of Evel'l lod.- Draicnage
District at Tallahassiee, Florida. One shall be! retained
hr thle Tax Collector, and the third list filed in the office
ofl thet ('h-rkI of the C~i.-nlt. Court, who shall enter the
same in a book to be provided by the said Board forl that
purpose, and thle Clerk shall receive the same fee for
such record as is paid for other recording, every ~five
fi gures to be counted as one word, such fees to be paid by
the said Board. Such book shall be substantially in the
following form:
LTands sold for Drainage Tlaxes in .. .....


COunty, Florida, on thle .. ... .. .. ... .. .. day of .. .
.. .. .. .. .., 19. ., for the Drainage Taxes of the
year 19..
No. Crtificate
Description of I nd .............. .....
Name of Owner of Tax Roll .. .. ... .. .. ... .
Purchaser .......................:........ ......
Amt. Sold for... .. .. .. .
By Whom Redeemed
Whmzen PR deemed .. .. .. .... .. .. .. .. .. ....
To Whom Deeded ... .. ... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..... .
T,;ie of Deed.
The T'ax AL\sysor and T~ax Collector shall each receive
as compensation for the duties required of them by the
provisions of this Act a compiisgion of one-half of one per
cent upon the ~amount of drainage taxes assessed aind
collected within their respective counties, and the Tax
Collector in addition to suchdes shall be entitled to E-;
teen _cents for eachl I.i~ .e lt;ified of sall IIutle by him under
the provisions of this Act and one percent e.l..Inprivi...n.
on the amount of each delinquent tax when actual sale
is made.` All fees and commligsions provided for -in this
Act shall be paid by the said Board.
Sec. 16. When land is bid off by the Tax Collector
for the said Board the tax certificate shall be Issued byr
the Tax Collector in t-he ntag of the Board of CIanllr;ini
sioners of Everglades Dr aina-g(~ district and if the land
is notelreeine-.1~l on or before thie first day of December
next following, the title to the same shall immediatelyji
\15t in the. u~itoard without thle issuing of any dleedHll
as provided mn other cases, and t~he certificategeld by
the said Board shall be evidence of the titfle.of the said
Board. The said B~oard mov sell and ralnny v the said
!'-"." by 171-1.1 at t-he beslt 1Pil.c;l-, all..t Inal therefor, pro-
vided such price shall not bel.2ess than the amount of all
dramagle taxes~ upon said lands which shall have become
due and payable .pursuant to the provisions of this Act
prior to such sale; and provided further that no sulch
lands shall be sold by the said Board until four weeks
noticr of ther said Board's intention to make~ slch 9,nle


ilu-le 1.- no nwspaperinablihd n e Counity, then
c-m-1. n..Iill- <11d1 1 11** Illubi~l~i(he as~ ;aforeenji d inl a1 1(new


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for tax deeds, and shall vest in the grantee the fee. iple
titleto saitllands therein described free from alT17ienr
except for the State and County taxes. Before~ bein~a
entitled to receive such. deed the grantee named therein,
oi his agent oi' attorney, shall pay to the Clerk of, said
Court all fees and charges that are now required to be
paid upon the application for a tax deed in cases where
lands have been sold for unpaid State and Counztyv taxes,
Whenever any tax certificate is returned or deed issued
thereon, the Clerk shall enter such fact in the book here-
inbefore required to be kept by him, opposite the number
of such certificate, and shall center the date when re-
deemed or the date when deed was executed, and by whom
redeemed or to whom deeded and the amount paid on such
redemption. If the certificate so redeemed is held by the
said Board, the Clerk shall transmit to such Board the
`amount paid on the redemption of ~such certificate, and
said Board shall forward to the Clerk said certificate for
cancellation, if such certificate is held by an individual
or corporation the said Clerk shall pay such sum received
for the redemption of such certtificate to the bolder
thereof, his agent or attorney, upon the delivery of such
certificate to the Clerk, who shall cancel the same.
Sec. 18. The said Board is hereby authorized and em-
powvered in order to provide for thre work described by
this Act to be performed, to borrow.roney tljntyirn til,
from time to time for a period not exceediing one,,,,ear
of anyj! one time~ alnd tl- inul~e its promissory..;gotes therefore,
ill,-nl inchll term--r and at~l such rates of interest as the said
9,. .0tru J-emadvsabe.Any notes so issued may be
Iliid~ unlt ofT thle pro.-cll~eds o~f the bonds authorized to be

se.*. 10`. Thle Boa,.rd oflt Commissioners of Evergfladesi
Den~ilnage Diitr~ilt is hlereby-l authorized and empowered to
JCI.eltn llif*D-Y ISIllfiel"Illlime(nt .1ans and incurdaligrations
.,~~ni timue t., timoe oni suchl terms and at such rates of in-
terest as nit mayg deeni prol-per, not exceeding sigmr cent,
to~r thel pml pose'r of Iaising fnds to continue and prosecute
to tina rnp~letoll-tl: n thle e;1nns. drains, dikes, dams, locks
and rservirs ow i proess of construction in the terri-
tory' Iembraced'P I in isaidl district, and to build and con-
stloietl .lcLb I-ther capals, d rains, dikres, dams, looks, reser-
\.roi1 andl o~ther'I w.orlS as the said Board ma~y deent,,a~-
.aunlaterolua to- thle terr.itory embraced in said drainage
distli~t. no~d to llay thle expenses incident to snrh work


paper published in Jacksonville, Florida. The Board may
reject any and all ids offered for said lands. The deed
of conveyance executed by the said Board to any such
lands shall be si Inal by the members of said Board and
attested by -the Secretar~y with th~e seal of said Boar'd and
shall vesit in. thle grant-ee of such deed the fee simple estatte
to suchr lands, free fr~om all 11ens of any character except
suchl liensi as may exist for Stazte and County taxes there
on, and. such deed shall be incontestible. The proceeds
of thle sales of saidlt lands shall b~e applied by the said
Htourd in thle payment. o.f h~onds and other in~debtedneass
inculrred pu~l~~rsunn to I-he provisions of this A~ct and in
thle construction, compllletion aIndl maint-enance of thle
worksf aulthlor~izedl by t-his Ac-.
See. 17. Any tum~._eert-ifica~te issued under thre provi-
sions of thlis AZct mayg be 1I!1.1wlInal. by the owner of said
lands covered by t-he certificat-e, or any person claiming
to be thle owner thlereof, or his agent or attorney, by
I';line- t~o t-he Clerk of' thre Cir~cuit Court for the County
whlerein suchl lands mnay lie on or before the leti 1IIV\ of
Th-.-sl.(llr(l following thle date of such certificate the
amountf of the den~il- e rax; due thereon for such ye~ar,
and all a n1wis and charges as shown by said certificate,
and interest on said amounts from the first day of April>
preceding such sale, at the rate of ftwo perl cent per
nllion h T l. -e t n a il:i i .i r la e1a
herelcinl ps..v\iolel al] or i -(tll.w 1pl tii(s anyl ilf T)ieCenthe[

ni-i.1- :11'1.1?. 1 r to. 1 '11. 1 'h 1k .1 ...ii d ('ivenlil (I'.anel t 1..r' .1 deerl (
1cl s ial) hands ele I ll,-.l~ l ill Cntel] evaIIl;iicate lr110 and l
('lirk shal~ ll II~ill lllp.. r <:.0<,- Ill hel IullliJilhed at thec xP n I~(
of sm-h.I ;Ipplicalll in a no ii-\~'nl"' e- plished!il inl aiid
(.11 11'nill 1tliif rd11 I 1100k f ast1 failll* H~lel~i k ; Iiinitif; P off 1 C101
flllib-altionl forl ni I1I:(.1 ).. s..h~l handsI1 andl of hii. intention
Inn I'xel' nte CIn. 1 1'-h 1 1 ,1 1,in Ilnlinel Cllch timel thle owner of 11

or1 hliS neii nt rl.- athllll ne, run enl\. n I.'] uch11~i ll I'~.-P tilitte ]"
pol ing to an niel ('~ I;a thle; amount111 due1 flewl unlPaidl dra.illnes

thec Iulisher~l 's.1 r ha~.rg forl aidi nesltic.vc~. buit if at thle ItXpin-

dwe~~l, plltl cer~ltith-ntol iC; untI redeenwell(l n<~ ilforeaniel.l the '


9lhall bc inl ;ubs.tantia-lly? thei( znnia formll nai non- Irescribed


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nnell nl explcnwas neclessary'\ or nleedinll III be inenr iest .:
Carringunt he urpoe o thi Ac.-\i And t 11 lis I





amou.,lnt of hlnland so isonlc d ;nl] outsltandlling shall not at
, ny rline cxts.***.1l sixirmil lon llilcl~lor s prin ci pal, andl prvcs i d-

:!1 IIIV I1t* 1 lan the ,III11'1 saill is11 .~';1, ill'llii r B O Ift) ill BIIV
11 '- I4j11 < I II' I .XI I .I' l l I Jedl 1 :11 1' I i lit itIlilfil~ r fj0 ld O]il (l
1!11:1 shalll l no e e-rl h s m fan ilio hy h nll l



Act1 111;1. :C;haI ~lll .0in h oinmaion u 1:1.n lhousand dollc. ns ..r

)1n11l] 5):1ha 111 ll h a i tle-1.C il ii I;te II.I lee fi edl I?.\ salid
Ituard. 1 unt1 ex.:oesl~.line si\ per.1 celn It pr annlum, whlichl in-
Isolr-- sl be111 111.1lival e Cwornlisini mnl i y\ inl 0! 11 coin Irr it-
.Ill.i~, ofl ile Iinto il Treasur:.- 11 f Inil State at Flo ida,... it'

-,lid State Treasallle onel at iluchl nthe(r pinefle as shall be
dei-.=uj~aled by thei nidl Dear~d, at thle rPt ion olf the hildl-el.

in thle couplll.ms nltndcl thlereCto. Tepigpla ad



the~ date of isaning~ thec samerl. n the1 n;aid Bo~ned shall1 110-


rixedl- by\ the~ q:iel Bard,~ll thle said bor~nds mayl be Illredemljd

..nle,' suchiJ Iredonilalt ionl toS 1.Ie lanldr- inl thel manl neri 1.acjitl. d

iail lyilnds~ belfore.( maturllity it hAllll be plro~id~ed in ea~h
handl sol iCnerl thant if it shanll he calledi fo~r redemnption
before motortily,~ notice thlerelof in writiner ihall be eiven
by\ th~e salill Dr,wd;1 to ther State Treasurer and to: any ha~nk
at whichl tle mnid honds4 shall hle madce payable, at least
ninety days blefire thle timie tixer for redemlptio~n and in
nrblitionll 1hercto, notice thereof ibnll he published by thr


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bold~ Board'~ in a newTspapelcr p~ub.lishied in Tallahalssee. Flor
idaf, aind also in a newspa-,per publilihed in thei City- of: New
Y'ork. 8tatc-e f New Yorkl; on~ce(; a eek; for six suc~cessive
w\Eeeks, 1:lc*.*ining njot lessh 1hain ninet? y daysr next pr~iorl
to. the I]ate- nxedl tor Lredenll~~iption, :1nd if any bolndj so
issud sbjet 1 redemnptio~n before maturity shall not
he( preented~I w~heon miele forl refletupltion, it shall Icease to:
i..ear inte~rest strain andl aft-r the date so: thecd for ledlerp-
tio~n. The~ said Dearall is herebyll nlthloizedl~ to~ sell and
Delactia~* lt 5 150001 t-c-Dl 80} markn;~~l e t t the ilest rirce
O~litintlile- tleieffer.

shall be hi ng-si I-Iy erth mnem~l.ler of the ;iid B..ardP and a]t.
tested byi-, the Relleltary. under- L therr Cseal olf the csaid Bolardt.


Sarll bond;!s shall 1..0 lin~ ]`uchi~ forml ne-hllr I.lneyl prescrUtibe
th -l a-rutho llrty of thlinr__A.t whidi shalll I.e Trelte to by~urc

150n~ faithnd egtllc ~it Iatl~rin I; I the BootLuv. clumisio-;1-nersof

of ~lthrle J prnci nd hint.-ret atherel f .i Thc subj harndse


Isfrl-led npeiif ing te number.113 ofI the~1 Cl..and t whichllil they


shafll 1e rcordllledl by- thep here-tnl. y Iof thel Boardl in a
hook; to ble k~ept for tha~t pm-~~l''ose. Whlen the- gir-l Bord1l,
hasl conllSed any- bonds issu~edl under third AIct to- be pre-
pared, signed andt sealedl in the mninner prescr~ibed hecrein.
rlh iniri bondsi hnl ber submiittter to, the~ A-ttornrjrerfinera
of the State olf Floridn. whell~'lreimon it EJhall hF the dulty if
the Alttirllner Gecnerln to carefu~lly esxamine thie salid bo-nds
in Iionnecltio:r ln ithi die facte anll co'nstitutinon and the




and vaflid obligationsi upyon the snid Boa~rd and the aid
Eve;'-l:r einde Denin; ue D~istr ilct, he- dIa; ll flicially iso crl~if\
on each of the isaid hac-nds no fullleave
"'The within handl examinled andi Ilr~ftified to- b~e menr


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InelyI~ issuedl allII1 l a valid oblligatio~n clf the lIoura~d of Com.
niisionersa oft Everiladles Dm~iunge D~istricit."
wh'ichl clertificatee 1holl Inc .ignedJ by the Attlaueyy Gen-
evl all shall be111 al llIn~itIrl .insi I('receival Inl Indenl, as
Ilroof o'f thelli. .llit?. nt1 51ell In1111ds w\ithl tle couponS
th-reto1 uti,11_he-st. .11net 111 l... i~ deen e hl, l b~e Iof telll( against
,an1\. Innes1 21o ((ltificall inl ;1nt .I_:Iio ..t jpowedl'ling ex-
Ye.I101- a-_..\fl- 1'1n-111 niil IIIanels CIhaI l~l\( baeeen exe-
1.1111or net1 sh-usil~l ,1I1I Inr-ire~in rn dal theyI sk~i ill\~ be deli
1111 la 111 .; 11 stars. Tn-a-mer. \\ 11n (l( suid ii~rl Illowin r1(1.11. ;1nd1 thel Sitate~ Treasur~er shall
ni.-r.I inl .. bnole in' he~ kg.'11 by In illn 11se. nUmber1. of each
bowlt1 III, 1.1(1.. 11r mis-test,~( IN- limel( it ble~.llcme due, t-he

mistress1. Tin-1 SI.IIliill. '~l(l,-,1nis-- shllJ I;I ho rld .iall 1nds and
In 11h1 pugelmsels~1. 1 upon1) I211folluto of theC cili1 I:narld dul~y
Iiirecorar-ol inl the( mlinutesC ilf salint Itourd'. i In *.1-> any of
Ill. al~lilvers. w-homeCI sini nvell'l.Illll~'.-z e-mutn:sionatures and cer~
rtitlenti- s apllrll I1I1.0 1)he .saidl Inds11 anld 4.anlpouS shall
1'1n;1e to) be1 41n-h1 .1.1'1we Inlforlel' theI Illivery\ ofI inclh bonds

cer~itii~th-at siluil net(.lrthelj3e4s heI \.alid. andl siutliient for



knealI urlllunnllt in1 11he plut \isinna of thlis \It zhlnl present
such' 1 hand unel ni1] 11l equiil .anil(~ans thereof to, the( State

,..II\'.nter innI of1 c-us-h 1111 ha nd int Il- iste~l0.1 II1Ilal, suc h
;1t1 t11.[ Tensulllre 11hall e n 01 nulljjt:] .-an.-l thell mnpons of
Illint orI wrlite n1111 .un 1 11o lln noln handle .so llle41'ntld either

aI stolllvinet to) theP Ioffec~t thIIel iil 11ind1 iis rl-llistrli edi n
the n1~une ofr 11u. .neruI anil tha~t the(l're~flclr the interest
and1I prinipa~i~;l of thle salid ha~oilnd ae p~\arale toI the reg,
inerl inr.Thlelrefterr and fn:rom time tol timne any


lionl ofr su1Ch handl til the State Treasiurer anl tile bond
again reg~~istre asX befo~re, a simiilar statement being
sininpearl,, I'intrid or writtpn therein. fiucilh sttement


stamped, printed or w\ritten upon any such bond ma~y be
in substantially the following form:
"(Date, giving month, year and day).
This bond is registered pursuant to the statutes in
such case made and provided in the name of (Hg~re inisert
name of owner), and the interest and princ~ilral hereof are
.hereafter payable to such own r.

State Treasurer."
If any bond shall have been registered as aforesaid, the
principal and interest of such bond shall be payable to
the registered owner. -The State Treasurer shall enter
in the register of said bonds kept by him pursuant to the
~provisions of this Act, or in a separate book, the fact of
the registration of such bonds, and in whose name respec-
tively, so that said register or book shall at all times
show what bonds are regis tered and the name of the regis-~
tered owner thereof.
Sec. 23. Thigh shall without reference to anyv.o~ther
Act 'of the Legislature of Florida, be full..apthority for
thre issuance and sgJle of the bonds in this Act authorized,
Which bonds shall have alllt-e qualities of negotiable
paper under the law merchant, and shall not be invalid
for any irregularity, or de..f~ect in the procee~tn~gs for~~th
issue and sale thereof ; and shall be inconJ.estible in the
hands of bona fide purchasers or holders thereof for
value. No-Riceed~cings in respect to the issuance of any
such bonds shall be necessary except such as are required
by this Act. The prrol~lioins of thisAct shall constitute
an- irrepealable_~ntract between the as;i%_~..Boardl~c ahd/
said Evergflades Drainage District and the holders of any
bonds an~d thze coupons thereof, issued pursuanit to the
provisions hereof. Any ho~lder of any of said bonds :or
coupons may either at 1;\Inw orin equity by suit, notion
or mandamus enforce and corP.Del the per~formalncef of the.
duties quired by this Act of anyg of thle oticiers or per
sons mentioned in this Act in relation to the said bonds,
or to the collection, enforcement and application of the
taxes for the payment thereof. 'Provided, however, that
ng blihatnir-n authorized by this Act shall be construed
as on I-bliention of the Drainage niflisict herein created.
See, t24. It shall be the duty of the State Treasurer or
his successor in office, as custodian of the funds belonging
to the said Board of Commissioners and to the said Drain-
age District, out of ~th~e proceedsi of the taxes levied' and


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ir'rimpse by~ thris AH( and out of any other moneys in his
Iploses.sinnl behenuling~ to the said Board or to the said
IDruinagrc IDistrict~. wh~lichl money~s so far as~necessary are
hereb.l!~(1 .-t l'let ilndl appropriated for the purpose, to
appll? ;id mon*u.*!,l..ud to pay the interest upon the said
111l1,; l 1111 thell( sale shll fall due and at the maturity of the
salidl hands~1 unt1 of 1Ihe Said mloneys to pay the principal
Iher-ed111. ;111 ml 1'. Ikn- .hal be and there is hler~eby created
;I sink(ingland1II tiim the pay~men t of the prim-ipal~'~ of thle
?idir Ilnall.; l mul IIII, stid Board shall set apart and pay
intosm sikin fud annua:11? llyot of the -taxes.levied
andII ilnllnlwelj by? Itis .\ct, and thle otherP revenue and funds
(,f theI( .anill IDist-i L :I.t least twoI per cent of the amount
11f humb11 Iint...ninaling~. Thle said sinkJing~ fuind for thle pay-
ineI'l of the-. Ilinl ipall of said hanlds shall not he apprtopri-

scw-. "1.". T'II.- ma il Hourdl~ is, hereby authorized and emt-
f!und i ren;tcal 1.1 lhi .\ct inl hanld. issued under the provi-
4inell ..f thlis .\1.(, urI inl bonds of the Unitedl States, or of
any\ Slide of th.- 1) united States, and in the bonds of aIn)
callnary,1~1 ..r usan~i~Ilpl corporation in the State of Florida,
usull inl the( IIIllC II1 .Iny County or any Cityr in any obller
Sl;ale whklcl h1 ItI he nine of such investment shall have a
paplclllutionL atf ;1t 11.,1- twenty thousand according to the
Federal.l .:ensus inanual~liately preceding such investment,
Irov,'jlided ;l\\n.1s 11,lt for' the payment of the bonds so
pu~lllr~chase ther full loith and credit of any such CoJnty,
c'it? orI lunnli:ipal Inc-Ioration, whether within or without
th~is sta~tl, 1holl he1 pleape.1('. The said Board is hereby
ilnllflarizedl ;IndI Ienspott\eere for the purpose of paying the
soul in.nd- Jrued~l undlll l~er the provisions of this Act and
when(.I necel.-wryz. l? to1 protect the interests of said Board
nod he oulsiningfund, to sell and dispose of any
.s urlliti(4 inl \\.bii.-I 1he1 said sinking f'und may be invest-
ed andr to: reinvestl.4 thel proceeds thereof from time to time
in contensityt! \\tilll thle provisions of this Act as it shall
deein~l tzleiledimt. Thle State Treasurer shall be the cus-
IIalian oll funds11 be11 Iclongring to the said Board. and to
thel a;il Ifaminu'*e~ l~ii.tricf, and such funds shall be dis-
)lnked~( on11' ly up..o the order of the Comptroller counter-
sijnal( 1 byI? the Governor1II1, but the Comptroller shall draw
no~~II1 liuch orde excep~lt upon a voucher, or vouchers, ap-
protd b fle sad hrd.Warrants issued for such pur-
pow.. ay n. f sp. il srie. ut the said Board shall


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be ian it is hereby authorized to select as depos~itaries
in which the funds of said Board and of t-he aidl DraIin.
agre District shall be deposited by the! State TreasurerI'I.
any bankiing corporationn organized under the laws\ o~f thle
State of Florida or under th~e Natinlual Bankin;g Ac~t,
doing business in the State of Florida, upon" such terms
and conditions as to t~he payment of interest by such
depository upon the funds so designated as the said Board
shall deem just and reasonable and also upon such. terms
as to sec1urit\ by such depository as the said Board shall
deem proper, whvlich security may be either by satisfactory
individual or surety bonds or by the deposit with the
State Treasurer of bonds i1 ne.1 1.y said Board of C=om-
missionersf of Evrerglades D~ilinage Dnistrlict, or of bonds
in which the said Board is hereby aunthorized to invest-
the sinking fund hereby -created.
Sec. 26. All cll:@*,~-~\ (1ork tk_1gejoe under the pro-
visions of this As1,~t thCe building and constructing of
canals, drainsl, levees, dikres, revetmtents and reservoirs
and other works and improvements, both in construction
and maintenance, that shall be carried on under this Act
for the reclamation, drqljapgge and benefit of the lands in
said dtistriciMIl be carried on undli'"1e supervision of
a ,competent: drainage engrineer to be employed by said
Board and no money shall be paid out for any such work
to any contractor or, subcontractor or employee of such
Board until such work has been necbda lad
by such engineer.
Sec. 27. The Board of Commissioners of E;verglades
Drainage District is hereby a7utlyrizeid and em~p~agered
to carry on and cogb~ete any and all canals, drains,
ditches, and works of reclamation which have heretofore
been begun within thle saitTT~rritory, and the said Board
shall b7l1and is hereby' vested with all the pprge~s and
duties conferred -by Chapter 5377 of the Lawvs of Florida,
Acts oif 1905, approved- May 27, 1905, and by Chapter 5709
of thie LawsB of Florian. A~cts of 1007. approved May 29~,
1(0,I:; and by an Ac(t p~assied at thel p~rc-ell hc- iln olf thec
L~egivlature and entitled. *An Act to A.-uthorize the Boanrd
ply 1( The DeinouslF Tax Asswesed up~on'""c;T. Lanlli in thle
I~~ilrincr D~i-tril-1 tol the Re-pn!vilnen o~f thle m;;idl r.Lons
CPomm11 issiionet-s ini Certain CaseA". apProve.id A~pril ''9.
1Bl1:. Ilpocn the Tioned~ of Drainage Conun1111issiolners' reCferrePd


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t in will w~ijStufutl nd i shllll be andl~ l;l~ it is hierl!by Iinudel
thec rlul\ oif ther :nic Honeld o~f ( 'omlini;?io~ne rs9 of Eve~r-
grlades finrirnage D~isticit toI .i~lee~t n,Iri alllndll taxses for k
thie ?'ear 1!912 arnd ~~ii p rio i~r l thereto ertafore- lev~ipl And im-l


saidc taxes whlen mirlrrlelte in th~e comlelltlionn of thle works
ulndlertakc~n by\ thle l,ir..ina e( commissionn ers actinF under
Ile .-nid A\ct anti ini thle paym.rlent of theC Inw~ful contracts,
(1ebts awl obil~igation-il 1ntered1 intoi andi incur~rell by suchl
T,1minnuel (~counnais;ionersl ~ IlnderI -uid A\CtS. \Nothing in

lilllit fIle~ jitallm***I all file rTPQ'lt/Pr' of 110 Tntc1718 TII iiprove
Illfllt I'stmil1 01' IOf tlile fl'lJ fM IlflilL\.lirlkl (1110 Btiff TI'HNIPORI
hlI~~~lllr 9.s idlinl theI limit* of aniil EvereinLlldes T)rninagelp
D~iistrict.
Sce. 2.4. 11'hio\ever chll:1 w\ilfully tamage any ditch,


herletliforec colnstructe~d w\ith~in thle terrlitolry embracec d in
Hnail dist'ic~t, or' qlhll fill orll Iobsti~ruct thle flow o-f at~er
in any eminil, ditchll lra;in, or waterway,. or shall1 remove



he lcslenedl ;2ui lty of a1 ml r~~isdemenlr andl Illln co~nv'ic-tion
shall ber tned; a~lr s rn not Pxceredina tir-e hundredit dl~lar.c- or
he inlF~ipriuennl inl thle country inil noct lo~nger tinu .six
mconths.
rec. 201. No no-tion, suit or' pSC~ljlrocjinL +balll bei broughllt
to c~ontest. set nide,~ rev'iew. o1'r njoin thle colletioin o~f
any\ tax leviedl undl-er thle prroviaions oif this A~ct. unleiss
pluch sulit, ac~tion orI pmeened~ing shall be begun within
tw~enty dnay ;Ifter the 11nni connrletio~n and authention-
flon of the assessmlent roll, in thle malnner herrinbefore
provuided.1
See 3. ny c~lausle or sec~ti-on o-f thiis Act w~hic~h fo~r
nnyv r~enon ma-lie dleclare~ ign'-lid mar het elingina ted
froi tis ct ndthe remlniningr po~rtion or pocrtions
Stherclf shanll be alnd relnin in forced aind valid as if snech
linvalidt clllose or section had not beein incocr~poratedi thler~e
iD.
Pec. 31. This; Act shall take effect ;immedialtely uipon
itw approval by- the Gov\er~nor.
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16 17 *The Wiage* should reaA.~P 1 age~ gaggygug.

? 24 *%4i;Ck t Lakea. At appver pad of Wlor th Canal is Looki Io. 1;

in goaod condiltion. .

10 18 The agrTh 11sit of the recent improvement to the Nlorth Ofl
to art a point eo-quarter Mile ohsetha stf alii goet .

Wo. 86. eances thete still remaains to be improved ar!

strateh~ equall toS the Alffi~erPlace between 81 miles ask Th~7~

attes or $4P.8 alles.

TZhe imroved stretch 44 'in 'escs~lentn sea~BtZtion. In cr~agompa

with Calptsai Sieglert, te writer mPas a caetasl~ invetif~

Iationp of this stretch in the fal of 1980~. Sena~


be thiforaly 8 ieet. ithi 4 tet of watrih. t~hroughout hp




20 27 rlCanal was flled uap and made Zpmpassble. :t.

impea~sable between& the ap~i~~ate o LZfI 1981. End ecber, 19~84,

By oM~ the locks and letting the, wfate eat. SbOugh'

onoffcilly adrtised: a providing~J 4dq$ Aepgth o~ Matesr,

boats~ d~araingC but 18' tanhasr~ et water~ were ri a ei,.. aat

all anytgatCaion wa pardamntly ended~. DIarkagI the seasn~

of 1924 ad 1985, somes 1200 beaota arer reporte~d~~r as 10ag~q In

the new rytiver at Itnde~8rate, see):4a I~g ep td

/ vers the canal to Lake Chachebee sat b~peyoa ant wt theat
avail. The, BarringL the improvement of the l2owe 85.75

miles, therre felleB Cr.plsggssPeriod 0 OILrkwai~ ~a 4AP~

of this eanal by Wrekrglad ofietalcs; as t~SM,;III wisere e;.:


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Y Governors John W. Martin, 195.

During tfis ported of neigleet.1ok los. 2 sad 5. maed of wood,

but indir~srpesble for the maintenance of a water level adeqluate
Seven for 18-inh boats, we bsartd. this ~burnaLings d to be

of incendi~ry orgi-n. Wovertheless, deepite thl pleadings anA
eff~ortlh at settlers and others inrterested in the continuaanse of

savigatior sand~ Everglades settlement and developments, no move
sria4~t ad~y a'rd rplacng: these loaok s. ference to the of-
ficial reports of.1298-1926 and 1987-1938 will abowr that these
a~ sre tedare to asi 9~bsoldte" sa ot~he.Trsite abandoned.

Algailn, because of this ~badbandondet the water byacinth Pttled the
canal. THrBis I p prejud grea bank to bank,; sank reve to the
bottoma~o the easral sat toeresrd above the water level. and exce
tended for many alles.' Na serious 'offlical effort wear. ever
m~er ~ to Marte Shts apisneque.

As a result of dgetration of the sole naligation for the Upper

Everblae~si setrtrltaets, the~se .attlementsr periPsed ean largely
vanished.Z~~ egnagwth theflst -70ke~.Oelasts October 24,

1913,a thee 19a4 edeaded fom the Isae down the canal to the
EigCht-Pile~~si Bea4; sat eat nd es~t alonrg the creas-tcaal, from
th Miam to be Siliatwioe canal. 0anttere4 hoe si tes also

were iougad a q~regop. 'Eddy almost all of this territory
has revesdb #gel Be, wholly,. to its original ,jungl'e btes
aand, from tihe to time, is swept b wlild firesr wich havre now

destroyed alm8ost everyr restige of the former boarding civilisa-
tion.

28 9 Iergvladss Engiseering hbard of Paview: gvidently Colonel Lawrence

did not quite undrstpt~ the questions, sat w1as speakng of another
board. The above "8rvies 8sard" was appointed by Goveraor Johne

II. Martin in 1987 andt consisted of tree ~engineers anaely, Georg
Ig. Bills, of Jaechaeaille. Ha.; df RoaCrort, of Washindtem.

D C.., sd Ilr* fl Mareton, of lom. These gentlemn had but 48
dasn in which to solve althJTy problems. Intarally, they wrer







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tu gagr obliged to follow leaers. Thes were at beatd Tair ro

port is rda~nrably arangeo, sat contalur s mob of vraales. Iowr-

ever, it is a~ls ofr miedl th+ ~presenoe oon.a5qj~un the
one item bask of the quesrtice pat Colonel Xr~Lawrenc was, evi-

dently~, the dert~re2atio of asvigtion on the thies Atagopa

h~red~rla easale: Willabaore Worth Fnw Pier 4r ad )StAai..

Paph~ of these was to be bleaked, so~lid and Permanently,~ wt th

dams of earth sa r~ook whib. as stated (pge 79) woul parram /
aaetlyr destroy all through naviga~tiesl on these canals.

TShe carryring out of .this recamerndationp wou~d have made permanent

the dis~aster already inflicted by the pollici abFlov eslcribet.

However, at the hearings of represeantativae of port Bavralass.,

M~nritions Baildies. My 1 and 2, 1928, all of this aaa s aegatie.

Mr. Geoorge b. Bills, who had served on the aboe He few a Ip~ar

repote receipt of a tellegram' trea Mr. Pred B. Illish~, Chief.

Drataageb Engineer, Re~eo~rlae Drainage S~tatiot, stating that

a contract had Been let by~ the Board of Commiasioners of JCver*

gladess Brainage D~stribt pieritta'g for the Qoempletion of the

North. esr Riverr Canal. rithia .36 JaP~gt @

Mr. fillsr th~rth exp~latue that the report of the Breiew Seard ,

thoough receTive and6 aesspted. had, never Been $D9QiPraD hy tbe

satA Seard of ,WataaeC~omi~cssi~oners. 'Iarthr Mr. Bills

Cstatd that he did not believe the report weald ever be stdopted;

for the Drablage Board realise4 the need fora navigartion ag' Ster-

g~lades cana a.

Fe further explainrsd why a rseommensntatio~Qasteenting cold have~

been imad4 14p the ~s+ve Board. As Dsaginer Artharr Morgeas

pointed out in his report, this Seview Beart hsa hepserloustaly~g

limited in its effbtrt byr an oral tastraction from Governor Martin,

requi~rin thaem to seatifne,heir acrtivcitie to conqsidertion ot

qusestions of lrataage~ onlly. ~

Again. Mr. W111a,as referease to report of ~asA heartagep X11 show,

emehasied, strealy~ the strategic pa~fostion al byr the Woreth

Canal among other Aerglades waternayro it it the attrb of t4


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Paa lin Everglade s ad directlyr connects Laeg Okeechabee with Port Iher-

gla~es: the impgortant, 35~-foot harbor. It also aids in bring-

twg traffic by a short route from the Lke~ to Misadps.

Agan, Mr. HIl11ougeentsl rightly,qpon the fact that Aot menr wealt

hrsiktatqnavigating the daneenebsta- lae ad the St. frote Canal
which so easily and frequently largely fills with srand.

The dammingI of the diqagol canel. as recamented by the report of
the Beview BoarA Mr. Hliflls having beenr a mmsrbe *I is tenaA8 on

pages 78, 79 and 83 aaAB tga ere 8.

3S 19 Msagbndia's should be "Bagaboadian. Te names "Melea* should be

"Wellent

33 S0 *Greeke boats" abould be greatt boats".

35 28. "stopped. Tfhis nvigai~tion was stopped bay the policies albovea ;

described .

34 6 *srewne"~ should be 'Brewarrd".

34 7 "Bett BryanY shoul be 'Emed~ Bryan".

34 3D "Lania" should be "Port Last~erdale~". The boat wrear unloadedb

there, and the freight was shipped north on the Florida Eeost

k* Coast Pailrwy. This business ser "never can some beak* antil
Forth Canal navigation is res~tored.l

S34 24 "million dollars". Bhe flah business went from Port lauderdale

to 0keeobobse City, north of lekea Okreechabee. and rent out on

the branch of the P. 1. C. Bailway terminatist there. Some

years after the Mliami alerald" published a write-up of that

industry and showafed tht it hd attained alllion-do~llr pro-
portions. The inferior conditions of the caanal, even at that

early date, dissourragerd them from continuing to use it with an

improvemats I~n sight.

35 18 "No~th-state" should be lleross-*state*, Wow that reprrePsenaives

of Plerida come to Conressr for help in estabrflishin a aeresa-

atate waterway to lake Ghchoabse, via the St. Laste hirer saA

Caloosahathee, it aowBold be remembered that such a crosewatate

waterway acetualtly exltele as early as 1913-14; eatd would. m

questioaubly have been cont~ixsse and ursed in vast1, greater

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"90 per cents should be "99 per cent." It should be understood

that almost the only part of the Everglades which now ]receive

any attention and in which, alone,people can live and thrive,

is a petty strip arannd the shore of Laks Okeechabee. Thbis

area wa s mde fit in two ways: First, nature caused thart area

to be slightly higher than the remainder of the Everglades.;

hence a large degree of reolamsation developed trrespective of

anry work of men; second, The War Dspartmsent sternly forbads

the destruction of nav~igation on Laks Oknesho~bse~. Baring thus

a measure both of reclamation and transportation, settlers

could establish themrselves on the Lake shore. This thsy did.

TPheir auncess attracted attention. When larger people case,

bringing capital and maodern mpethods. These people were able

to extort financial aid from unwilling counties9, with their

county seats on the coast, and largely unwilling to permit tax

funds to be used san where else than in their neighborhoods.

TPhese tax Fuads aided mpaterially in improving the lake shore.

Practically all of these things, the Lyerglades Proper about 99

per cent of the whole area lackesd and still lacks. Settlers had

almost no reclamation, unless they created it themaselves, wrhile

paying others for reolearation never delivered.

For most of the region roads were utterly unavailable. Some of

these were actually b~ought and paid for, but not delivered.

This threw the settlers back, absolutely,uponr their boats which

at first were allowed, under difficulties, to tnrarses the Ever-

glade Canal. When this one mode of transportation was destroyed

then, as abown, the Everglades IsettlemPen9 disappeared, and the

region reverted to wilderness.

qpationss are raised as to "tonnage" on these candal. It would be

as apppropriate_So ask for tonnage fromr the wrar-ept villages of

Wo-Ma1' s-Land in 1918. TPhat ill-fated area, however, found

friends and has been restored. No such good fortune has ever

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PaaggLiga, as larrge a two states of the Unionl and, after earnest suppliL

nations, sad positive pledges, from 1845 to 1848, was given by

Congress, in 1850. to '9lorida, on one specfiftsexpress sanA ea

phatic condiUtion whidk she had already agreed to meet that

nsamely of IeSCLARATIDE, which, s111 walbe, while Evergatles settller

perish.

36 1 to 6. To restate as early as 1915 we had proved the possibility of was-

cessfully pretacing SD sad more desirable products. In 1990

the writer had roIng 4)3 a~ crea of fine potatout, 28 acres of

QIasheas (with which the Agricultural Despartment is familiar)

and 40 acres of good corn. T~henr another calamity overtookl as

and practically ended our career. T~he State Enagineer desired

to trnanfer a dredge from a point west of Lake Chaeabhobee to

Jadkrsonville. Instead of sending it arenad the seath and of the

State, over a rote ehich since 1984 navigation has had to follow

he chose La~std to s~end it down the. North Canal. To get adr-

fiient water for his dredge he ogpened pp~ thet look at the lake

and and almost filled. the canal writh water. The dredge crept

slowly down to a point baelo Chaelanta. where It stook, and re-

ained immovable for some weeks. Meanwhile the excessively

high level of water in the anal was msainatained; nominally to

proteCt the dredge.

TPhen ca one of the great Florida dowapouars of rain. T~he casnal

was soon overflowtag and fts b ere swtantalg in the streets of

Okeelants. Since then war settlement heas een little more thas

a memory.

36 22 Bean production is aggressively pushed on the laha abore. With

conditions fairly good beans gree in enormona quantities and

are of excellent quality, an~d dartag a portion of the season at.

least they sell well.

Wor the Ev~erglades Proper however the 99 per cent been grestiag .

wa~ld loodk petty. What has already been done in the mactter

of raising sugar cane in which the writerr participated as

early as 1918 anod has been prove ea$. In other lines of stapls









Mlr& ggI cr produestan, first by the piosoner, sad lsaer'g by the ath
stitiooin sre Qews Copan, Prov48 _the ,gggA3~pp,.5mour.,,ta.A







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by the b!_),arail,~rot; the objectlat ,o c ourse belg to ~-~end wtere
p~etip~tio._i' 8 at

37 1 3 sroyed fo r B theg~~ same reason.8 I Lt BIs noteverrthy t atL tin 91

b~ltrig to Geita n, t the! I~o oert ac.ts agat the contid~ofttes
ofa4 N gort C Lana savitie biegan.s 4 Itd toals f ietcerest that,~i
ayts rabou teirQ ease oMae rereenativeso ofr~ the one raller asja-


Ibeing o thandedan beggeto thet BursCsb to desrto hawe oral ad in-

othese buyrs rlted this aMLLIrcea ens dire 4tCtl tbot the write
one ofp~ whombi somepted th taviii~tae wo hsie ithe other ainedit

Sttoonl ater Othat the 1rd $mat Coat Baoaato tuhed crits ~obe



chbeep boln e on to lBee $1bae sadn tha nto Senth~ EiPMiray sati



Thee orailorad wresp~r ot or aI~ness;I andl whaeerot b ness wet.




down the North Canal and, at P~ort h~~irergt~ladsMd to eoaea
getsg5 vessels wald, of coTur, be irretrievbly loi~t to these


As iS. If. r ot a p~enaggt that, 4rattte. everr ~glges tin f bccai~~d
lake country except by track. by war of West Palm San~ch or L~ake
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P 3 Further the St. lalost country to also a ery~ taprrtant railroad

proposition. In boom cays the SeBoard Sa~tiroad assealed

its line from Coleman.via Okreehobse O~tty atd Iniantown. to

West Pala Bseoh; eat thee on Sp. ntami.

3 5A subsidiary of th Bsabotard .Mailracd alsoa bousgh a eryrl larg

twra of land 17ta on eithr side of the St. Israt Opeal.

The: whole pro~ nowr, swidently, ii Pit to frce. ilck nasviga-

tion f~rom ~i 0keechabe to the Atlptebf; through. this S.85

Laste Cr~~anal PcsaASoard Eatherad 'lanid. RMS5 the plan

provides for the fSprovemesnt of th@ panal and also for the
mnaltitudiaons inlets, on both the sorth aaA south side of

the St. Isa~ie, which pour into.~ that canal, in the Faia~r

sasotrn, *ast quanti'ties both of rwaer sat of sand. It is

proposedt to aspeaA $285.000 in imaproving the St. Iotel River8,

saAd $75.000 in impnroing,by pay~in, these talets, some made

tr nan, but Loa-t, b nature.
The general. efft of this will be:

1. Tr the lat-fe funmish It a high degree of realaust-on

while refusing the osam to almost all of there;~rglades

Proper area.
8. Ior the canal t9 o mak it the one connection, oas nota

between 0kee~i~cheBse san theooeaon.
West it might be expected that boatr representinZ theseo grast

interets would be, run. that widesspread advertising weald Ja
these boata with wealtby rlafttrs from the north; Pad that

high-powered land agents, on the boats, would phoursee to sell
the railroad's land.

YMeanhile the Psrerglades, whtoh8 Ploxri is beand to~ reslata bati

neglects, would be almost completely hiddea fPromr +ie by~i all
these tarvelera Abrough the ross-stater whermeri At* the
-- same time thhb k eTP watch lire;~ -21iii~' ConsumeL.'~Id'iFM wates ~ At-

Iteam1 of dollr worth ofC aeralades soilh .8000,000 worth
to one seasonby litat~ita (e o~fProfeor Paamellt oF^4oataveL

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1928, a member of the present State BouB of DFrain~age Comais-

stomers, rabtd, publilay tht, in his judgeant, oeqauarter of

the whole area of averglades lands has Been~ detroyed by frre.

This year reports from that regionr declare that the fires havel

been moure esrtreativre than in any other date in history. All

of which rsugge ts that in a romapanratvlyr short time. ade~r

pre0snt policies of nseoet andl hostility the Evergladebsr ]Cra

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As said long since, this is indeed, the POTENTIAL PARADISE
promise of development that readhes beyong'the limits of
All that it's proving right here,, right now, on this'Lake
Wish you could see it.
If evet allowed ONE: CHANCE,, the Glades P~rope~r, the SAW G
COUNTY, will furnish like proof.

And it is the saw grass country in which the old 20,000 bu
C bougSht 20 years ag6~. Donct'be fooled. The fine things ye
about are;-going onl usually, not in the saw grass country
HER~E ON THIS LAKE gffORE~.

The s~w grass country lies prostrate. And that is the reg
which, as always, I'm making my~ big fight.

YIears nao, I was urged to desert the saw grass country for
Lake SIhore or islands, and get rich. Plut It would not.

Helping the saw grase country ienems helping the old buyers:
their investment. ACnd itts helping about 99/o of the Everg

And I'm wosrking~gratis. Mdy three-Months trip to Tallahasse
cost $150.00 and helped bring millions. 'i received no pay
my-eson and I faid half of the #150.co.
Do cyotr-care enough for your "buy" to help pay my essential
expenses for a say of several weeks in Washington, D. C.. f
your battles?
I" f so, please send what you can, and when thrbulgh, II'll pu
a report.
And please note that December 7th is near.

Very sincerely yours,


Thos. E. Will




I.:OTE~S on ABOCV1::--
1--R~eport of 3-15-30: Is Doc.115,&11~0.15 (TE2'3s Collec tion .)
3-- C on er .. e ..e tn c T 7s u rg nt O req o f: I OI II 11 Inl .E rwn t hlt h eL en gs,in std o f tk g~
t~hr. infr.mtn wh.~olly frm up-St.e2rceos,COH3 TO TH2~ L_ n.3GH,SET S L'HE LOCL.P'L.
&G LET THR IVI --POIN~T. Thalt is HIOL3 HE~ARIIPOS. TLhis,not.:.bly,to be on;
A--The U!T" 2 I:I.T.DCY of the S .Lc,.: Caloos. to hndle Lke.Floode;;
EJ--Consider PATROL &s I:I~TITC3 of Lev~ee (H~ow evd;ut. tht ~::2 face rU''TTIF FLR3 o:
effectuating Pt.B.bose:--
a--U.S. is barred by law.( Doc.115,1930l,p.38)
b--State~even in ood times" ITEVERI -JTS; ITS FPUNDS IHT'IO .IVOLDS.(See
R~eport,1927-28,F1.C .E111ot,p.85."No appirprtn, he bn mde by' St.frm its gul.rvate~
,P no St tX he evr bn impoded on acct. of the SY*"(See also pp. 56-8i))
-Present Gov~is pushingg most strenuously a cmpgn of EXTREill~ I~0:COBOHY
hence ,a$ the time,especiallyzit be wild to expoct thre St* to b~rk. al~l prodnt
&?~ estab. a policy of "St*Aid fr. E:v~imprveint."
~--':uch positive HIOSTLTY, exists in Bl13. to 7v,Rec. Re asons:--
i--1--Indign-.tn. base, of bseless theory tht tz-pyrs of P13. are finanagS,
Ev~rec.
.--2--Dread of Ev.": So.Fla.Com~petition in
A--Ma~rktg.of Vegs, etc.--B--Selling of la~nd--C--VOTES,.1 qsin. of
control of State;whther by (fld Pla, or Ine:.
OI- St .Drnge Bd.( Loc1 Int .") bakrp~t bound in li tgto. .
Ql=Floodd Board:Behind on pyts. to USA. Never` dowsrc Physc'l.;7rk:in Ev.
4--lkce.2xamns. ?r. Surveys. Heeded fr.Spillwlay .` 17I.C:1nal Imprvanlt.
AL-eOn this,nothing he bn Que.
B--Dist'*Cng*Dunn wrote TE?.( 9-13-32r "P~relamnry reprt.mst be mde BEFRE SRVYS.
.CAN1 tiE T.02,"' Undrstdg of TS.~7..with G~n1.Brwn.ws tht Pr.oposd.SRYS &e HRGS.
"THE ESSITTL TO7 THE~ 11KG OFP AI INTTL ~IGTT RPORT. Ev.now( 2-17-33) mde a. re-
port tht is" ITOTI I TTTliL'T IGHT It .as sume s :-
a--Locl.reqst is fr "2ITilTII OF LK SHRS 'LV2:." But
31 LTC.1G a St.Lo..lk Caloos*0utlt~s.
It IGITORES
b--The menace result. from utter la~ck of gestl. patr1,fi mntuce.
It AS'rTH."33,.
a--Cannf Crossings.Th-se wrefe .romnded by HY.Bd.bt RJCTD BY ST DRHG BD.(Slees
repot o Hrg~ntChtn E~g.,5-1-?8.Hi~lle's testimnyJ.211t's 'llire to Hills.)
re --Nto~ AiGs. Dvpnto planfr. but LK.3HrEL dvpt. E~ut":VIDE area is txd.fr. gros-
posed dv~apmnt imp-rymnts.\oh. cutmplted Ev.Dvpt.,':110T. Lk.,hre Dvt.only,.
.1- -Unf air to non-Lk.Shre*Tx.-Pyers. i
2--WYill devlp. indgntn. & m'-y:.end, tx-pyg.fr .Bld-ITv.Prj ot.
C--Uijr.Dunn (Ibid). opposes hearings,' asks dooimntry._lresntatn. This he bin
given,&e mch~of nbove sypsts tht ~these does. HVITVETR BIT READ.(as ailso r.pprd.'in '32
Re above letter of M~jr.Dunnl~this advrrse repor8'wniill nowi bar both He rngs..3: 7-
Jt' Surveys, ~: ETTD ~~THECA2SE.
fe wanted H!eargs*G'l 3urveye tht engs T:IGHT .riPORTj :IITTELLIGI:TLY.,
without these Hreqrgs.&c Survreys they have RE~PORTED ,a~s twice before',UITIIT-
telligently;i.hich brings us around the circle wRhere we stood vihen TSWd. first
souglit Gen1.Brown.
"Itht.Hgs. : 3rvys. TRiA C=D IT REPRTI IlfTGTL.
haITITRPETRD THEI IH;ST~rXTS to n~n tht tha,7 MJUST RrTPTORT FIRST.
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RESOLUTIONS ON NORTH NE( Pjg
RIVER CANAL:-- .
1--This was read by Thos.E.
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HEARINGS ON9 FLOOD 00HITROL

LAKE 0KIEECHOB~IEFLORIDA.

SYNO0PSES.ABSTRACTS AND
GENERAL~ DATA
THIOMAS E.WILL






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L.F. say Crl WTER, (PHM~ELLAS), R.
1. RE FOR HATCHING, $8 PER 100. STOCK
FRoM VIssouRI EXPERIMENT GIATION: WHITE MUS-
COVY DUCK EGGS FOR HATCHING $F2 FRo 13; 26
PAIR I;1-JER PIGONS5 $1 PER PAIR GOOD BREEDERS
AND WORKING MARD AT PRESENT. I

J.C. Zoon, MILLVIL'.E. (BbY). 250-ilGG TANC~RED
STRAIN MATCHIING EGGS, $1.25 For.; 18 'OSTPAID,
$1 PER SETTING IF CALLED Fr3, $1 PER 100,

CATHER I ~nE M,? i : BAIY HARBOR, (AY), K I W1
HATCH I iG EGCS ,c FOR ll. SELE.fER rFRGAd PENS
HEADED BI MALES WrHOSE DAW.S SHOW GENERAR*
TIONS HIGH EGG PRCOUCTON.

J. HALL, PALMA SOLA, (MANATEE), 1COU'.'BIAN
WYANDOTTE laiCCHING EGGS, $2 FOR 15. BOOK ING
ORDERS FQP RIN\GNECK PHEASANT EGGS,. 5~ EACH,

C.S. NCULE3, R#A, 0CALA, CMARION), FEW BROWN
LEGHORNr HENrS AN~D INDIAN GA.ME c~oSSeSr 07 WILL
EXCHANGE FOR VELVET BEANS OR CWPEAS OR FARL-
SUPPL IES AND EQUIPMnENT.

BlRS. L. FROITZHEIMV, CALLAIAMAN .NASSACv), 12
WHITE BRAHMA PULLETS, NOW LAYllN:.,FROI.I ,ERTI-
FIED BLOOD TESTED STOCK; ALSO CGCK EL,' $35
FOR THE LOT,

MRS ESSIE HILLI4TD, FT. WHITE, iCOLLMBIA),
4 YHITE LEasoRm cocusERES EoLIsH STRAIN Oc-
TOBER HATCH, WILL EXCHANGE FOR 4 WHITE LEGr-
MoRNJ PULLCET5,

BELLEVIEW CHICK H4TCHERY,BEL~v.EA, (M,.RION)
TANCRED WHITE LEGHORNS, MAYHOOD R.I. REDS,
THOMPSONS 1 INGLETS, BARRED ROCKS AND SILVER
LACED '.YANDOTTES, 6ET PRICES FOR BABY CHICKS


MRs. L. RARICK, 807. 17, SANTA FE, (ALACKCUA),
SHEFI-.1RD SmasIN ANCONA EGGS pOR H4TCHIN
$1.50 PER SETTING.

E.C. HOYT,YALAHA, (LAKE), BOOK'NlG ORDERS FOF.
WYChIOFF YHI TE .EGHORII BAS :HICKS FROM 2 ANC
3-va OLD BREEDERS, TRAPNESTEC FOR HIGH
PRODUCT I ON AND CUL LED T:' LARGE: ~b3I's:
LARGE EGGS. i'LSO 6.0,R.I. RDBS CHICKS
BRED T'~lIM UNIVERSITY STOCK, CULLED FOR HEAV1
EGG PRODUCTION, PRICE EITHER BREED $15 100
$8 FOR 50, LIVE OELIVEFY GUARANTEED. HATCk
COME OFF TVERY IEIDNESrPII WILL Do CUSTOM
HATCHING 4~ PER EGG.

ED.NOWAN. : PENISACOLA, (ESCAnal s), BuITER-
CUP :'ATCHINGc EGGS FRou 2010- ElC sT 5cll, 90X
FEPTIITI. GUAFANTEED,51.50 FOR 15, $4.50 PEF
50. P8 :Er It.':I;P-WEEK OLLy i:..se.. ;.TER 'iARCI
15mh, ."5 F'K 12, $9 FCR C5, 9;.. rR 50, $32
PER 100: 6-10 WEEK OLD PULLETS AND *O6CHEREI
Fos reL 15m ne.L very5'.5 EA...i $
II.' LOTS S 6 OR: isorE. ww..lEr LI. .REL V.~
EACH CO.YEN PULILET::. P7EP~ii, 1Js11
LIVERY GUARANTEED.

..1RS. CHAS. BLAKE, WHITe. HOUSE, (ius4L), ~. '
WH~I TE Prin I Fe a EGilS .OM EXM1IBITIIO P
HAT rlING E.2-s $3 FOR 15 PP $5 roP~ 30 es
STOCK FOR $3 AND $5 EACH,


BArPRED I200? SETTING EG';. FO: 1 000
LAYcaz, 15 Fos $1.50 CEL'lEDIO.

i. SENGE, Pf#1, Box 30, BUNNPELL,
SELL OR EX;CH-AN.7E 8 WHITE LEGHOR'J H
PUL.ETS,'STOCK rANCRED eAhnON STRAW

E.' 0. EATOw, R# 1, LIMON1A, (HIL
GUI EAS $1 rAcv: 70 HOVER F' rGEONS
TRIO BA[JTAFIS $1 EACH.


MRS.P.U.WATKINS,


PU; NAI HALL FCUT'.iM!, HIGH


GRADE R. I. RED HA~TCHINIG EGGS, UN RIVERS ITY
sToas, 81.25 FOR 15.

AK BLUFF FARM, FANAMA CITY, !CAY)I 4 CHOICE
NS COCK ROSE COMB BLACK DANTAUS, $12
PEBRED STOCK.


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MRS. W.A. PAGWELLF, ALAC3HUr,
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JERRY W. CARTER
Candidate for Delegate to National Democcratic Con\\enionl
Fromt the Sta~te at. Large
If' elected wrill feel biono~r borund to support ilie n..Inineel
of thle prefcrentin I primrye' of Junle 3rd
BelievFing that plnesentrir, freight and erpress~ rantesi are oft
more \ital impjrtance~ to the dh\ehelpmntr l ofr Flos.Inl rnnu
even taxation, her will exhauut \elver hloulnorable mean ten
pledge the? .stnodard bearer ofrt the Democrr: arie parlty. **whoc-
everr he mightt Ie". to griving Flo~ri=In reprrresntationll -on the
Interstate cs..mlmer~e ~ommlssion.l w\hirbl is **0~mlrwsed of 11
meruberA. and t thle p~reseot. no~t one from n so~uthernl stntr.
the sienifiennce of w~hichl is re~vealedl in the Imet tant rali-
furlnia, whi e- thricer the dlistancet oft Florlidal from CiaStern
manrkets enjoys~ Ichearper rantes.
Frniit. truck annd \eetables grown in the northi and east
can be ship~ped to- Finaridad fojr approxsimartFl y $5091 per t~ Irar e
than tbe iden~tirol prodtue-rr can he shippedl from Florian rs,
te sname Inorthern aInd eastern markets.
This unjust diiscrimnination against Florida is as inidefeo-
sib~le as their co~ntinuiing [be collection of the w\ar. time 1911i-
ma~n surtaxS. relief f'rom w hic~h can onlyl he hadl by eiving
pr~oper Iconsidleratio~n to the future pe~rso.nnel of th'p Inter-
stale CoimmrlerP ('OUD1144100, W-ho mUiM Il.seppointed by the
nmirnlee of the app"oneching convention.
.Terry feels that if he ic able tn Rnecmplich thi4, be will
haver docne greater service tol the State of F orida than he
would have ano pprt~~'unity to render if he were Goverrnclr.
i~and-..respectfully requlests the vote and earneat Ruponcrt of
eve-yp boosting Floridian in the coming pemnocratic primryll,
olf June 3, 19124. i -





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ISSUE OF JULY


F, MOORE, HIALEAH,(DADE), TO GET SHARE CROP-
PER, Fliut MUCK LAND ON GOOD ROAD NEAR CIT.Y.

C. V. COOK, REDDICK, (MARION),j TO BUY BLACK-
SMITH S VISE IN GOOD CONDITION.

W. G. SHIRLEY, DINSMIORE, (DUVAL), TO BUY 15M
VINE CUTTINGS OF BIG STEM: JERSEY SWEETS.

MRs. J. P. LYNcH, LAKE JOVITA, (PASCO), TO~
BUY 50 TRIFOLIATA SEEDLINGS, J INCH CALIPER.

R. WELLs, R#3, STARKE, (BRA.DFORD), POSITIC'
AS NISHT WATCHMAN.

R. B. LEATHERMAN, Box 793, Fr.MEADE, CPOLK),
TO COMMUNICATE WITH PARTIES HAV INrG DEEP LOW
LAND FvR COOPERATIVE DEVELOPMENT WITH LE-
GUMiES AND IMPROVED LIVESTOCK FOR A TERM OF
YEARS. WRITE FOR DETAILS OF PLANS.

W. T. JON~ES, R 8, DADE CITY, (PASCO). TO GET
FARF.1 TO OPERATE ON SHARES GR WORK ON SALARY
ON FARM, GROVE OR TRUCKING BY MAN WITH EX-
PERIENCE.

O. D. RANNEY, CHIPLEY, I ASHINGTON), TO GET
PARTNER INr AN ESTABLISHED HATCHERY, EITHER
ACTIVE OR SILENT. SOME CAPITAL REQUIRED.

C. JENSEN, LAcoOCHEE, (PAsco), TO GET CEMENT
BLOCK< MACHINE AND M)XER| ALSO AUTOMnATIC AIR-
COMPRESSOR.

IRA RIODON, WAUCHULA, (HARDEE), WANTS EMBDEN
GEESE ANo ANGORA GOATS. GIVE FULL DETAlc5
AND PRICES,

WM. C. CARDER, Box 3156, STATION A, ORLANDO,
(ORANGE), TO EXCHANGE F.ATCHING EGOS FROM
PRIZE WINNING JERSEY BLACK GIANTS FOR GOOD
MILCH COW, ALSO TO EXCHANGE HATCHING EGG54~
FROM PRIZE WINNING WHITE ROCKS FOR GOOD COW. ~
ALL EGGS GUARANTEED 90fo FERTILE. TO EXCHANGE
GRAY FLEMIISH GIANT RABB ITS FOR COW, SOME
RABBITS PEDIGREED. WRITE IF INTERESTED.

A. C. CRABBY, OKAHUMPKA, (LK),T UYPR

BRED GERMAN POLICE PUP.

G.D. FLEulNo, JR., BELLE GLADE,(PALM BEACH),
WANTS TO HEAR FROM.PERSONS HAVING WHITE PEK-
IN DUCKS, DUCKLINGS AND HATCHING EGGS, QUOTED
PR ICEs .' ALso ToQ swY sEcGND H~AND'ING~~(~~;6gg'gg(I


J. S. FOSTER, 219 SOUTH LAKE
CORANoE,, To auY DOMESTIC
KINDS, STATE AGE,BREED,WEIGHT
ALSO IF PEDIGREED OR NOT.


ST., ORLANDO,
RABBITS OF ALL
AND BEST PRICE


MRs. A. GREEN, PERRY, ifAYLORI. POSITION AS
TEACHER OF PRIMARY OR INTERMEDIATE GRADES.
COLLEGE GRADUATE, 3 YrEARS EXPERIENCE GOOD
REFERENCES.

E.0. CARVER, AUBURNDALE,(POLK,1 ,TO GET PR ICES
ON 3 AND 4 INCH DRAIN TILE, CEMENT OR BURNED
CLAY, AT LEAST 20M FEET,

H. CHAMBERS, R#4, BALL GROUND, GA., TO HEAR
FROM SOMEONE THAT WILL FURNISH FERTILIZER
AND PLANTING STOCK OF GLADIOLAS, PAPER WHITE
NARCISSUS, CHINESE SACRED LILY, PLAIN AND
FANCY LEAFED CALADIUM, CALLAS AND AMrARYLLIS,
WILL FURNISH LAND AND LABOR AND Go 50-50.
WILL LOCATE IN FLORIDA AND CAN PLANT UP TO
5 ACRES OF EACH OR POTATOES ON SAME TERMS.

WM. SIus, WEIRSDALE, (JVARION), POS ITION AS
MANAGER OR TO WORK ON GROVE. MAN AND WIFE,NO
CHILDREN, 18 YEARS EXPERIENCE.

MRS. N. PESCHAu, R#4, GAINESVILLE,(ALACHUA),_,
POSLTIONj ~BY 23 YEAR OLD AMERICAN WOMAN VITH


FOR SALE.:iWiANT & EXCHANGE BULLETIN

BTH, 1928. MrAF )]('


F.M in w E-- 13 KELAND, (POLK), TO
BUYS D 2 INCH TRIFUGAL PUMP AND
QAS E NE OF FFICI POWER TO PUMP WATER
FROM INC L. T LOWEST CASH PRICE.

J.S. McCCaLeHT, MANHATTAN, (MANATEE), TO BUY
iO To 25 MILCH GOATS; ALSO TO TRADE FLORIDA
HORSE PONY THAT IS GOOD FOR FARM WORK OR
SADDLE,FOR MILCH GOATS OF ANY KIND OR BREED.

,.C, h;NLEY, FT. kJEADE, (POLK). EXPERIENCED
POULTRYMAN WANTS FINANCIAL BACKING IN POUL-
TRY BUSINESS. WILL FURNISH LAND, EQUIPMENT
AND LABOR.

R.E. GUNTHER, BOx 262, TAMPA,(HILSBsoRo). To
TRADE LIGHT DELIVERY TRUCK FOR ROUGH LEMON
AND SOUR ORANGE SEEDLINGS; ALSO BUDDED TREES
ON BOTH ROUGH LEMON AND SOUR ORANGE ROOT.

E. E. PRESSLER, 1704 CHICAGo AVE., ORLANDO,
ORANGEE, TO BUY HONEY EXTRACTOR WITH 12XI6
POCKETS SUITABLE FOR 2 SHALLOW FRAMlES TO THE
POCKET.











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yet- over a area* q..UI jso .so ideo Esarrnai "35'~~' 2>3E 2' s33tr .

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ISSUE


l.B. T'ULUCK, O'BRIEN, (SUWANNEE), 13 POUND, .
THURMOND GRAY WATERM1ELON SEED 750 LB PRE'AID

B. H. HORTON, FT. WHITE, (COLUMBIA), FLORIDA
RIIINIIER PEAN~UTS 4~1 LB, F.o B.


C. P 07YfHEIM, CALLXI AIN, (NASSAU) SEVERAL
HUiNDCRED CaNNIA PLANTS, 5 MINDSS FOR $1. =ALi EL
IN~ JAiF.ELS $1 MIORE.

.MR~S. G.M. DEV;NE, JENNlIlNos, (HAI/ILTON~),' CAN-
NA BJLBS 600 DOZ| PEACH TREEs 354 EbCH:CORAL
VINrE 3")4; GERANIUMI aND! BEGON!Al ROOTED PL."-NTS
204 ; SULTANAS, OXAL IS, VERBENA~, L; asPcrR,
A~ILLARoiA, CALLIOPSIS AND CHRYSANIHEMIUMS,
WRITE FOR PRICES OR EXCHANGE F.DR PANSY,ROSE,
HIIS~CUS PL1NTS OR PINUE4PPLE FRUIIT IN EOXES.


B. C. RILE', GAINESL ILLE.
TRTES: MULTIPLE BUJD iCLIISTE
OLD STOCK BELOV PRESENT
PRICEj FOR FIELD DELIERY.
NOWJ READY,


(AL suus), Turn
R TYPE) FINE YEAR
MARMET. SPECIAL
SEVERAL THOUSAND


T-iYrLDRi, FT. MEADRt, I.POLK), TRIO h''P:.'O.TH
1ROJZE TracK7EYs $25| TRIO SPECKLED GUINEAiS $5
B'PRED ROCK COCKEREL7 P2.50 EACH.

Mn~s. WS. S. DOWELL, DAIDE CITY, (PASCO), ''0KS
STPAIN BU'F OPPINGTON PULLETS, LAYING. $~ EA
WELL kr^RI'ED COCKERELS $5,

MONdTVEPDE POULTRY FAPM., bJONTVERDE, (LAV~E),
i?. I. RED QUALITY CHICK~S $17 PER 100.

WILBER BROS., GREEN COVE SPRINGS. 'CLAY
':'0-300 EcO WILBER WYCKoFF WHITE LEG.-IORNS
TO 3 YR OLD BREEDERS, HENS AND COCKS. $,')-3-
35; COCKERELS AND PULLETS, $2.50-93; 290-300
EGG DLOCD LINE COCKZEELS, $5 F.o.B; MATCHING
EGCS $3 FOR 15, $10 PER 100, 90% FERTILITY.
BCOKING ORDERS DAY-OLo 230-26j0 sTR41N cases S
$ PER 100. $36 PER 200, $85 PEP 5li, i150
PE9 M POSTPAID INSURED MAIL.

2, CROCKETT, BRADENTON,~ (MANATEE), 50 WlHlTE
:IUSCOVY DJcKS AN 10i3] DRAKES F;OR RREDERS
DUJCKE rJ EACH. TPRAKFS 33; .?LsO 100 m iTE AND
DL.ACK MIXED DUCKS FOR T;ELE USE 35$ PEh LB,
PRICES ALL F.O.B.

E.G. EATo'dI, L hoN4 ,(HILLSBORO). TRIO :MW~y~OTH
H~ITE EMB3DU N EESE $35 OR WOULD ACCEPT YEAR-
L ING HENS.

J.H. HILLDALE, 0AK H'LL, (VOLUSIA), 'P-MdONTH I
OLO LEGHORN COCK, DIRECr FROM WAUCHECH LARGE*
LEoHPope $4 EAQHN. *~i


.'.R GURLER HIm HO3U.E DU.AL) MAjRCH .AND
PR!:.. -IATCH A =cor-re cocKERELS DIRECT FROMe
SHrEPPkiRD $1.50 EACh; BOOK:INr O DERs SHEPPA:RD
STRAIN ANco~n cHICKs, 100 FOR 520 500) AT $18
RaTc' 1M AT R1 ATE; ALSO HATCHING EGGS.
PErP GUIN!EA TPIO t$4,93 PcIR. Arll.10UrlTH WHITE
PEKIN BABY DUC!'LINGS 18C EA r.;TCHING EGCS
88 E CH. 10fo DEPOSIT ON ALL ORDERS.

MRS, 0.Wrt. BA4RRY, BRO)YEi: IBRADlFOR 7 HIlTE
LEGHORN COCKS, $1.50 EACH, F.0 B.

IMrps. A,W. rOPELAND, M1ICANO~Pl.,, LA -U.),rRIL
GOLDB-\NK BR;ON~ZF TOM1 $10; 3-Yvens 70.. 1
PPIZe. w.IJER ALACHUA ~OUNTY FAIR 1220; 1LS.
3T)-POiUNDI GOBBLEP FOE E's:1NG~ 35" r-- .rou 0,r.

MHs. 0, 2. MUMFOFD, W4UCHULA, (HARDEE),
HIGH- ..'l)DUCIN~G Y.EAR-OLD ANC~I:." HENS AN\D PE-
DIGREED COCK $30, F.0.e.

J. S. FIELD, R 4, SAI:FORD. (SEMINOLE). WHITE
RO-Y. rCOcKERELS, DIRECT FR:-M: ThOM~PSC;H, _aREh
TYPE, HE4VY BOME, EXCELLENT BREEDERj, $2.50
TO $10 E4CH.

URS. L.O. DANIEL, Box 25. DADE CITYr,'PASCC),
IZ TH'ROBRED BUFF OIPe.,wTron w ;J,CsCoo STPA'IN
AND FINE ROOSTER, v30.

W.I" BOULWARE, OcALA, (MARION), 7 TURKEYS AT
MAIRI'ET PRICE .

,.C. KUHL, SHILOH,(8REVARD),2 PUREBRED WHITE
ROCK COCKERELS, 7 MOS OLD, 7 Las, $5 EACH.


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LOWEST.WHOLESALGE PRICES, '

CeH.S(COONER, 952 WYOu.ING ST., OCALA. MARION)
FORT ICAN Y9CEZ.PO VN UTNs .

L ~s, 1, VAi CO. (HILLSBORO), FANCY
FAL COco PLUMOS.A, W.ASH I.NGON IA,
PHOENIX AND CHINES LARGE SIZE BOX GROWN,@

MRs, M. KLINE, GOTHA, (ORANGE), COLLECTION,
2 EACH HIBISCUS, OLEANDERS, POINSETTIAS, CA-
LADI UM~S, BEGONIAS, FERNS, COLEUS, SULTANAS,
HOLLYHOCKS, YrEL!.OW JASMINE, AUSTRALIANI OAKS,
VELVET PLANTS, CANNAS, HONEYSUCKLE, VERB~ENAS
AND GERANIUMS; ALSO DOZEN MARIGOLDS, $3 co:...

N1Rs. E.E. SIBLEY, R#A OCALA iMARION), EMERY:
ALD FERNS AND OTHERS,154 oR 2 FOR 2Ei/; WHITE
AND RED HONEYrSUC*ALE,2 FOR 25d; LADY EArDROPS
2 FOR 250; MARIGOLD PLANdTS, 75#_FoR 100, 15# ~
PER DOZEN.


ANDl FLOR IDMRY b-'IPW I
CROTOLARIA SEED.


H.E. WIREMAN, R#4,80x 614, JACKSONVILLE,(DU-
VAL), CHINESE CABBAGE SEED, 400 PER 4 POUND
PAID, GREEN FEED WILL MAKE HENS LAY.

C.S, COX. RI1 BOX 117,CLEARWATER,1PINELLAS),
SCARLET AMARY.LLIS BULBS, 750 DOZ POSTPAID.

i..NICHOLs, 2306 GLENWOOD DRJVE,1AMPA,(HILLS-
BORO), LEADING VARIETIES CTRUS TREE's BUDDED
ON~ SOUR ORANGE AND ROUGH LEMON ROOT STOCK AT
SPECIAL PRICE. GET PRICES AND INFORMATION.~

T.G. LEE, BABSON PARK, I:POLK), 500 SURINAM C
CHERRY TREES OUT OF 3 INcH PoTs,$12 PER 100.

F.M. MERIWETHER, R#3, LAKELAND. ([POLK). WELL
ROOTED MISSIONARY STRAWBERRY PLANTS, 500 PER
100 OR $4 PER M, F.O.B.

W. F. WARD, SEBR4NG, HIGHLANDSS, CITRUS
NRl~FSERY TREES ON SOUR ORANGE AND ROUGH LEMON
COCK.BUDS FROM OLD BEARING TREES.GET PRICES

MRS. JOHN SARGENT, TITU5VILLE, I.BREVARD),
VIOLET P.LANTs, 500 PER DOZ; CENTURY PLANTS,
YETLLOW AND STAR JASM1lNE, P.LLAMlANDAS ASPARAGUSS
PL.UMOSA AND BOSTON FERN;L;TANTANA HONEYSUCKLE
aNuD 3 KINDS NIGHT BLOOMINPG CEREUS 25$ EACH


JOHN FISSE, CITRA,
TREE BLACKBERRY PLANTS
100 FOR $6 PAID.


0I:ARION), EVERBEARING
,12 PLANTS FOR $1 OR


MRS. B. BEAMER, WILLISTON, /LEvv), 4 PAPER
WHITE NARCISSUS, 2 GERANIUMS,; BLOOMIlNG SIZE
EASTER LkjLIES,. 2 BEGONIAS, 2 FERCS, 2 ALPINE
MOSs, 2 six INcH GAMPHOR TREES, 6 SNOW DROP


PAGE 8.


FOR .".' ._ W~.a & I'. :CHANG: BUJLLETi:


ISSUE OF JAN. 15TH, 1929.


POUL.TRY andl EGC.S Clone'd


MRs. JAMIES IMEAtR-, LAKE JoV'ITA, 'IHITE LEGrhORN YrEAR~ OLD iEN:S, .'sLSO STE ,, _3;
2 MUSCOVY DUCKS READY TO LAY ANUD DRAKE.
REASONABLE. AsK FOR PRICES.

W. ., HARDEE, FavMours, (SUWANNEE), PIT GAME
BLACK WARHORSES, 15 HENS AND PULLETS $2 FqcH
2 cocKs $3 EACH; ALL FOR $35.

., HOLT, 300 H. AVE., S. E., W I NT E R AVEN,
(POLK). 12 HENS ~aND ROOSTER, TANCRED TRAIN,
20-MoNras OLD $E25; 3 CORNlsH .GAME PU ZETS $5
SBLACY MINORCA PULLETS $~6, WHITE QU~rPP"'
W~T yNOTSRA E 03NDTE AND W H ITE ROCKS, $3 E ACH.

r SIONMELBOURNEI (BREVARD), 2MN,
P D-PURE RD .I, RED PULLETS, $5 CASH

AdLj.P~PLE, R 6, VACKSONViLLE~(UVL,,10
_.. Da~ca .REASONAB ..


E.W. H4RRIS, Box 1077, JACKSONVILLE. (0UVAL)
100% PURE TANCRED STRAIN WH;TE LECHORN\S. BA-
B'r CH-ICA.S, HATCHING EGGS AND BR~FEDIN;G STOCY.
BO01lNG ORDERS NOW F7R CHICrs. DELIVERY WHENU
WANTED. WRITE FOR DETAILS

C E. CRANDALL, BELLEVIEW, (MARION), FAIRVIEn
QUALITY CHICKS FROM PEDIGREED MALES, TANCRED
~YCKOFF, FERRIs, WHITE LEGHORNS $16, MAHOOD
R.I. REDS Eli PER 100 DELIVERED

A. B. 90AVET BSv 3~1C~ (SRCES F.0 c
L,, ,, AnrDOTE S

F S. MoRGAN, RIVERV IEWND NHLLSBOR ) JNRA E

R$2.5 EARHO.

SrroOWHTEFA~ R#3. J~cnso~vtLLE~ (OUVAL).
cNllr LEGEOF.ARMSETT INFG EGGS FROM CC' ERELSH
..rcmans AND MATED-)TO OKPL


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daEs Can'TE RILL, (ESCAMj6~ eARMr4N,
PRESIDENT AND MUENCH GRAPE VINEM9'~ F)R 12,
$8 ER 00;MARUMI AND NnaAGAMI KM UAnTs, 60#
EACH IN SMALL LOTs, $50 PER 100:i YEAR OLD
ABELiA PLANTS 250, $15 PER 103;ALso ARMALAGA
PRESIDENT,MUENCH GRAPE CUTTINGS $5 PER M AND
CARMAN AND R. W. MUNsoN cuTTINos $4 PER M.
CUTT ILGS F.O.B OTHERS PREPAID. GET PR ICES
ON PECANS, PLUMS AND GRAPEFRUIT.

T. K. CODBEY, WALDO, (ALACHUA)iCANA ROOTS,
10 BEST MARKET VARIETIES PLANTING STOCK, $10
PER? M; ALSO CHARLESTO)N WAKEFIEL9- CABBASE
PLANTs $1.25 PER M; RUBY KING~ PEPPERs, $2
PER M; MARGLOBE TOMATOES, $1.75 PER (\.

kiRS, C. N, BURROUGH, GRANDIN, !PUTNAMn), NAP-
IER GiiASS JOINJTS, $1 PER M F.O.B; CREPE MYR-
TLE, POMEGRANATE, SURINAM CHERRY, AUSTRALIAN
SILK CAK, CHEROKEE ROSE, JASMINE -ND BRIDAL
WREATH, 250 EACH, 6 FOR $1 POSTPAID; ALSO
EVERBEARING TREE BLACKBERRY PLANTS 20 Foe $1
100 FOR $3 OR WILL EXCHANGE BLACKBERRY OR
OTHER PLANTS FOR POULTRY, DUCKS. CALVES OR
HAMPSHIRE BOAR PIGS.

J. W. Sr F, WALDO, (ALACHUA), CABBAGEI LET-
TUCE, COLLARD, AND BEET PLANTs, 350 PER 100
$2.50 PER 9, POSTPAID; ALSO SHOATS FOR SALE,

J. E. FuTch, CAINESVILLE, (ALAcHuA), cTrISus
NURSERY STOCK ON SOUR ROOT.1 AND 2 YEAR BUDS
SEED COPN, YELLOW CUBAN AND FLORIDA FLINT
AND LITTLE COB. FLOOR IDA RUNNER PEANUTS AND
LITTW5-nSRANI5H. WRITE FOR PRICES.

R. KILEY, BRISTOL, (LIBERTY), PED, LEMON AmO
YELLOWV CANNA BULBs, 10# EACH, 500 Doz. LARGE
PANSY PLANTS, 100 coz; STRAWBERRY PLANTS 400
PER 100; CASTOR BEAN', 10# DOZEN, GARDEN AND
FLOWER SEED 100 PACKAGE. ALL PREPAlp.

G. HUELSBECK, CANTONMENT, (Escavailp), 2 vea
SATSUMA CRANGE TREES, S5 PER 100,-.3-YEArl $25
PER 100, STUART AND S1CEcESS PEGAN TREES, 3-4
FEET 400. 4-5 FEET 56#:; TUNG OLt TREES, 2-3
FEET 250, 3-4 FEET 350.


PLANTS Cont'df.

N. H, CASSADY, LEESBURG, (LAKE), HAS DOUBLE
LARKSP:JR "LANTS 150 DOZEN; VIOLET PLANTS 36~
DOZEN POSTAGE PAID, CASH WIIH ORDER.

MRS. J.D. MScF4DDEN, ALP~es.IA,(.4LACHU4), LARGE
VIOLET PL4"ITS $2 PER 100; CH-RvsPANiT1nIh4wu $I
DOz, $65 PErl 100; CANNA BULBS 500 0.z: FBIR,
LILIES 'E1 DOZE'N rR WIILL tXCHANGE FOR M1EXIC )
TUBE ROSES, OAHLIAIS,PALMSRADD I ANCE. P?SS AN6
PINK ArND WHITE HYDRANGEAS. C

MRs. 2..P J-NN~ING;. 1:23 OceasNEL AVE.., TAMLPAI
(HI*L5ssRo), PV PoE ,\cm ENES B' BrC~C i-j

MRs. C.S.NEER, GRAND.N, (PUTNAM~) BANAhA LEAF
CaLAolve. 10f EACH: ENouLSH Ivy, HONEY-SUCKLE
AND C-ER1NIUM, ALL WELL ROO;E3 1li EA; LC
AND SHalT4 DAISY PLAIJTS 1E_ DOZEN. COLLECT.

E. S. G~i-rr, HAWTHORNE, (Aul0rHUA), REC'.E."4NED
ChUIFA SEED, 33 PER BUSHEL "R ~RADE F.1R FIELD
PEAS, BACONJ OR' LARD.

MJRS, D G. GODWNIN, Br\NIFAY, (HOLhlCs), BERC'.'D-C
AND PRIZETA ER ONIO'I PLANTS, T1.65 PER M*
TALL YELLOW AND TALL ARIEGATED CANNAS AIND
LOW GROWINlG DARK PED AND PINK( CANNr's, 108
EAc-, 75P D"ZEN.

S. DEKOLD, VERO BEACH, ( NDIANJ RIVER), "COCOS
PLUMOSAi~L PPIM SE~ED, 500 pPE 100, g3 PER M, 5;r1
SEED A- $2 50 PER M, 10M AT $2 PER M.

W.L.TOnu'sF.No. 6525 LEMJ TURNER ROAD, JACKSCA-
VILLE,(DUVAL), AMERICA, H1LLEY, HECOA, AkND,
ToPAz, WALES, PUTTERBOY, LEMARECHAL FO'H,
HERADA GLADIOLA Br'LBLETS, f: OUART.

L.H.Jo e~s. DACI.',(HoLIES), 2-vcA11R OL.". CLORICEAt
a.RMALAGA A;;D C;RY."AN GRAP, PLANTS 2r0 EACH OR
$615 PER 100~; FLORIon EARLYY A.C. JR.,PE PLANTS
250 Eien TP $18 PEr) 100. .LL PREPAID.

1. OLSEN :75TEEN, (VocUs:A). NaolktR GR455
ROOTS OR STA~LKSF. PRICES RESOJN'BLe.

Mps. a. LAMONT, FT, PIERCE, (ST. LuclE .~
MlAMMOUlTH FLCIERED WHITE; PERIWINKLE SEED A'
RED CYPRESS VINE SEED, 120 PER PACKAGE, -
PARAGU_ SPRE.'sGERI PLANTS, 25P AND 500 coilF


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PER 44 POUND BUSHEL. ssedAAbAa


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HARRIS HATCHERY,
VILLE,~ :(UVAL ,
INCUBATOR.


FARMI IMVPLEMIENTS and IllACHINERY ~cont'd.

ANATiE;I, 500 AND :.RS. Fj. J. PARRISH, STA.H~4TTA, (HERNANDO),
USED ONE SEASON 6 INCH TURNING LATHE COM~PLeTE ON FRAME .WITH
PUELLES AND SHAFT; $20, F.3.e.

PAsco), FORD TON CLORiDA GROWERS, !Nc S~u9RT,(MARTIN1, WON-
OR WILL EXCHANGE DER #7 CONCRETE MIXER.

J. G. EveNs, R#4; LAKELAND, (POLKj, KIRSTEN
Do ST., JACKSON- ONE Mi~AN' ~STMJP' PULLECR COMPL-ETE WITH CABLES OR
S: CHWYALGE-SMIlTH ;,WILL TRAiCAj FOR YOUNG HOk~~RSE MULE OR 'COW.

A. B. CONNOR, BARTOWI (POLK), DORSEY BROS.
IDALE, (BROWARD), r.jDEL B STUMP PULLER CHEAP. FOR USE WITH
NI\E SEASON WITH 2 FORDSON TRACTOR.
KS, $1.50 PAID;
:R,' $2.?50 F.0.;D E.G. STONE"I, R#1. PALMVETTO, (WIANATEE), -24 IN
;BATOR1 $2 F,.O; TOMj HUSTON SIDE PLOW~. FOR iiFORDSON TRACTOR IN
GOOD CONDITION, $75, cosT $150.


S. R, NicnoLsoN, FT, LAUDER
L.IV~AN-GRO BROODER, USED O
DOZEN EXTRA CHARCOAL ST I C
ALso 50 cHICK PUTNAM BROODE
50 EGG .LI TTLE 'BROWN HEN i NCU
OR ALL FOR $5 F,o,.e.


,, iiRs, J.T. .SEEGAR, DUKES~, '(UNION), 'PURE FRUITT
BUTTER, PRESERVES, JAMS AND JELLIES IN PINT
AND QUART JARS,SPEClAL PRICES ON DOZEN LOTS.

WB. PATTISON, HAMBURG,IMADISON), EXTRA FINE
P rRE WHITiE CLOVER H-ONEY FOR TABLE USE, $61.40
PER 10-LB PAIL DELIVERED, $1 PER GALLON IN
50-GAL BARRELS F.O.B.

NEWBERRY & WARREN,~ NEWBERRTi, (!ALACHUA), 1M
GArLLONS THIS: YIEARIS CRO" HONEY IN NEW 8
HOOP~ED PARAFFINED OAK BARI"LS. 8~ LB..

F. M. FERTENBERRY, AoUsUoN, (BREVARD), SAW
PALMETTO BLOOM HONEY .IN 50 GAL BARRELS AT If1
GAL Fo,0B.CcoCOA FLA. SAMPLES ON REQUEST.

J.SC. COLLINs. EARLETON, !ALACHUA). KUMQ!UAT
JELLY. ORANGE AND KUMQOUAT '.'ARMALADE, QUARTS,
PINTS, 8 AND 3 OUNCE GLASSES.


C, STEWART, REDLAND, (DAD)E) GUAVA JELLY,
ORANGE MARMALADE AND CRYSTAL IZED FRUITs, 5~0
QUARTS GUAVA PRESERVES, 100 GALLONS GUAVA
JUICE, WRITE eOR PkICES.

MRs. F. W. HORNE, R#A, TRENTON, (GILChRIST),
MEDIUM SIZE PECANs, 250 LS, NOT LESS THAN. 5
PO'JNDS SHIPPED.

E. E. PRESSLER, 1704 C1ICAGO AVE., ORLAN~DO,
(ORANGE)., FANCY ORANGE: BLOSSOM HONEY IN 5 LB
PAILs $s1.50 PREPAID IN STATE, $2 GALLON IN 5
GAL TINS 2 TO THE CASE; ALSO AMBDER HONEY IN
5 LB PAILs, $1.30 PAID OR 6 PAlIS IN CASE BY
FREIGHT, $5.

J.P. COWBUJRN, CRESCENT CITY,(PUTNAM), ORANGE
BLOSSOM HONEY OF THIS YEAR'S CROP IN SINGLE
GALLON AND 5 GALLON TINS, 92 PER GALLON

L. T. CARVER, R#A, LAKE CITY, (COLUWBlA .


SEVERAL THOUSAND GREEN HARD HEAD CABBAGE 1 .n J. MESSERV'EY, ELKTON,(ST.JOliNS), SPAULDING
To 2 LBS,WILL DELIVER OR SELL F O.B. ROSE POTATOES, #1s 150 LB BiAG $2.50, BUSHEL
340 $1; #2s $1.75 BAG, BUSHEL 75 ; #3s $1.50
D.L. SmnTH, ST. CLOUDs (OSCEOLA_)_, SMOOTHHCA A-~ ~ 9C ,,--1 eR ./ .."


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J. LESLIE, M HTTAN;, ((M
300 cH icK :SoL-o e no BOCfERS ,
$40 ANd $20, F.oB

J4 M. MULVANY, DADE CITY, (
Tr7'DCK.. AND `.FORDSON TRA TOR
POR` L EIGHT' CAR.


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FL0 D KEYM AssN. KEY LARGO, C(NROE),
ROUGH LEMONS, $1 PER 100.

G. GILBERT, R 8, BOx 619, JACKSOYVILLE, (DU-
VAL), SEVERAL MILLION MISSIONARY, LKONDYKE
AND LADv THOMPSON STRAWPERRY PLANTS, $2.50
PER M, PREPAID.

J.F. G1sr. R#!:, OCALA (MAR ION) GI ST -5S-MAIT
ION COUNTY WHITE SEED CORN, $5 PER BUSHEL.
HAND SELECTED AND NUBBED SEED OF WEEVIL RE*
SISTANT FLORIDA VARIETY-

J.L. 04MBILL. CANDLER,(MARION), PARSON BROWN
PINEAPPLE AND \IALEN-LIA ORANGE BUDS, 1 YEAR
OLD ON 5-YEAR OLD SO'JR ORANGE RO)T. WR ITE .

MRs. P.B. SA;~or, Box 85, LAKE OVit4,(PASCO)
SGOo PAL..MS, Z ANJD 3 LEALES, STRONG,ROOTs,100
EACH OR ? FOR 25 15 FOR $1. '

A. YOUELL, B3YNTON, !PALM BEACH), MARGLOBE
TOMATO PLANTs $2 PER M: RI.BY KING. PEPPER
PLANTS $2.50 PER M

W.T. tANEY, CHIPLEY,iWASHINGTON), MIXED PEAS
$2.50 BU; ACRE PEAS $1 PK; GkDAY' VELVET
BEANS $2 BUSHEL.

L. WILL, KEYSTONE HEIGHTS, (ILAY), AMARYLLIS
AND MIXED PRIME GLADIOLAS 500 coz; JAcK LoN-
DON AND ROE ASH GLADIOLAS 100 L;\CR; C~ENTURY
PLANTS, OLEAN~DERS AND CAM HOR 'REES 75C EA;
BRIDAL WREATH AND LIGUSTRUM,2 YEAHs oto, 35@
EA; MAirVEL BLACKBERRIES $1 DOZEN; CAVENDISH
BANANAS lj6 DDE LARGE, $1.50 MEDIUM,$) SMALL.

MRS. C.T. SuIrw, ESPANOLA, (FLAGLER), '-0 ars
SOUJR OR".NGE SEED, NUEW ;..TOCK MAKE OFFER.


MRs. HA~ ScoTT, R#A,Box 43, OxFOR4
WHITE 2-CROP CONI.H PEA SEED 600
POSTPAID OR FXCHANGE FOR PECK O
SPECKLED JEL'JET BEANS.

MRs. W. S. DOWELL, DADI CITY, (Pkt
MUSKM~ELON SEED, LAPGE FRUITING VAE
PER PACKAGE OR $1 25 PER POUND, SI
SEED 150 PER PSC AGE, DOUE.LE ZI
150 PACKAGE.

R,. .IlNNER, TrALLAHASSEE, ILEON),
LARGE RED BLOOMS; WYOMING CANNAS AN
DENT IANNAS, b PER DO7EN; VIO!
'2 PtR DOJEN. PRICES PREPAID,

F; M. MERIWEATHER, R#3, LAKELAND,
RUBY KIN3 PEPPER PlAN~S, 400 PECR 10(
PER M, NOT PREPAID. READ( F3R DE=.1
MARGLOBE TOW.ATO PLANTS 3.50 PE? 10(
PER M NOT "REPAID. NOW READY,

MRs W, V. EvaNS, R#A. SANTrown (SE
PolNCIANNA 400 EA, FOUNTAIN PLANTS 21
PLANTs 35#; JASMINE, VIINE OR BIISH ?
NUAs 10f; OXALIS 15$ Af.D 25,.; AL.50 011
DER PLI.NTS, 101 cozEN OR 3 DOZEN

MRs. W. L, iMANN(ING, PONCE DE LEON, IE
CHAYorE SEED 250 EAcH; PED VERBENA
WEL,. ROOTEr i;' SHASTA Dm.j1Es 601* D
SORTA'i;'i OF FLCWERS AND0 F-RNS3, IL

J. MIZELL, PUNT4 GORDA,(CHAFL)TTE),
.OMATO rANTS, FEB. DELl VERY, $1.50 P
SMALL LOTo.LIBEPAL REDUTIONS ON LAPG

T J. 1.AYFIELD, FT. WHITE, (CSLUMBIA
GREENV POD OKRA 5EED, 300 PounoD.


G.O. RUSSELL, INTERiLACHEN, (FUT NAM ), G GIANT
BuFF MII~or .A. .31 LARGE WHIITE EGGS ND MEA\T,
HATCuIN.1 EGGS, 15 FOR $?. PosTPAID,

F.V45KU. E' 7 CHARLE; COURT, ORL\NDpO RANGE)
WH ITE PZiK IN DUCK EGGS FOR HATCHIRg$.0
FOR SETTING Or- 11 PLUS POSTAGE. A ,5


F. CEEBox 56, VENrU;, (HIGHL4Nos)
MOUTH BRONZE WILD CPOLS BPPO TURKEYI
LBS AND rENJ, 15 LBS, $16; ALSO PA IR
HOMER PIGEONs 10 MOS OLD AND MATED $2.

Mas. J.P. LYNCH, LAKE. JOVITA,(PA5CO),
STRAIN WHITE LEGHORN HATCHING EGGS,
SETTING; ALSO REGAL STRAIN WHITE YYAl
HATCHING EGGS, 52 SITTING. WRIrs FoR
PSR. 100;.. WYAEIDOTTE ~ROOSIER 35 cocKERI


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A.E. KALIN-, MIRNNVILLE
OLD CHICKS,$12 PER 103;
STOCK. PRICES ACCORDING

MRS. A.W COPELAND ;` (AL U)
HATCH1 GDBAN l'' T K FROM PRIZil.
W~I 00~c^J~ $1 E ,

M~,LORAHOME, (PUTNAu), 12 PUREBRED
BA ED OCK HEP K NOT OVER''-u
YE 5 OLD,4NOW YNo, $1.50 EACIH.
Ms'. .D ~ M ,,. (JEF :ERSON). 100 oNe
YEAR LD H btGHOR~ HENC., FeRR1IS STRAIN,
LN LAYI 8 1.50 ta~cH, CASH WITH ORDE .

RS. M. KL~ ~~F, A~~ (ORANGE), 2 PAIR BLACK
MUScoVY DUC gS, HENS 2 YEARS OLG, NOW LAYING,
$4 PAIR on $7 FOR soTH PAIR.

hlRs. F.HS.Surr, R#7, SournI JACKSONVILLE,(DU-
VAL), PARTRIDGE ROCK HATCHING EGGS $1 PER
SETTING, PUREBRED STOCK.

KIRev BRO'H5R5, E)ox 500, APoP!:.A. (ORAVed,
BABY CH cIaS nF REDS. JROCK. -~ YD WYAN::.0TTES,
1&15 PETR 10,, LEGHOF,..V $14 F.CR !00. SEL ECTE
sTomY ONLY. WILL 4LSO SELL ENTIRE FLOFK OF
LAYING PULLETS AT $1 '0 EACH, MOSTLY REQ8.
BROODER FREE WITH 500 wcH'CS AT $16 PER 100.

FA I V.I LLA POVuTRY FA\RM, R#2,0r RLAND~, (ORANGE)
BABY CHICKS FROM TRAPNESTED BRED-TO-LAY
STRAIN WHITE WYANDOTTES, $18 PER 100. WRITs

L.C. FUREY L!AKE rOMO1, (PU1TNAM), 3 R.I. REC
EMMH~if4 EACH OR $10 FOR LoT; R. 1. RED'
ClEG ~, a1.50 FOR 15; 1928 HATCH TUR-
K OM REASONABLE. HE1N5 READY T;
L HI ELG N HENS AND PULLETS,51 EACH
M OUTH BR E .URKEY EGGS, $5 PER 15.


b~;"tILE, UMAT ILL 2

SS5 THAN 24 ouggES. i


~s; TaVARES, (LAKE),

RAIN R.I. REDS AND FE .
STRAIN ~HITE LEGHORNS :


(POLK) ,BA ft 843~rF`~ HATCH COMING OFF FEB-
100, waGsj93 PER 100,


,LAKELAND,
XED STOCK,
1, $16 PER


2650 17m1- AVE.N., ST `PETERSBURG,
SILVER LACED WYANDoor COCKERFLS
THINGG EGGS, 82 PER S TTING.

/I oN, R#2, PENSACOLA, EscAYB~~BIA),
ICKERELS $3 EACH; HA~ I NG EGS
2.0PER* SETTING; 5 SRN E
10 MONTHS -OLD AND EIGH;Nd 20


vBox 152, STATION A JST.PETERS-
LLAS) BOOKINGj ORLORS :SR~R 8,.RED
as FRou 250 To 300-EG MrENus,82.50
~R 100; ALSO PARKS RRED ROCY.
15, $67 FoR 100. MJo ~Y ORDER OR


DAM, ONECO, (MANATEL maOKN me^
URFBRED BUFF/ .OCK HA NGEG
3)ALSO BA ICEsS E ."fiAl .4


.,GREEN COVE SPRINo ,. (nLAY),
WIL9 ES-WYCKoF~ Wa I TESGORoNs 1


)HNSONY,(PUTNAnI i DRAKE-,3 DUCKS
JuNe 1928 H*TcH, $7.

I, B"nL'No GFEEN, (HARDEE), 81
PUC.LETs, FERRIS STRAIN, APRIL

OD LAYING COnDITION,E1.25
ANK,(jMARION), TANCRED STR
MING EGQS FROM ?3 ;aFOGeAVE


WFA;NT &L EXCHANGE BULLrETIN
I OR SALE


4:' LTRY :.od

LER, GREENI COVE LAN), 1
OLD SILVER CEDI Y OTTE MALES
SIOCK AND S onUI Lif ~Nn STOCK
LACED W NTT HTHN GS0
FoR $3.50F E ZjLI~Vd~ I !.4,TATE









































































MlPS. T.L. LI.EF.MCiRE. Gl'LDEII "ORES R.I.,SaRi---
SCITA, (SARASOTA). HONEST RELIABLE COUPLL. T4>
LI\E I'lr GRljVE. PLEI:iT GROUNDr FCR PI.*ULTP, AiD

TRUCKiliG OR COV. WILL LET HOUSE (GARAGE) To
PART WOPRINGlr OUTSIDE OR 4LLilli 54M~E USED IN
PAIME.

FRAlrK SCHUBERT. BA.E BEACH. CLtWIST41,
(GLADES), 4 MAII WHO C4N1 PLUW 4 STRAIGnT POW.


WANTED


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M. W. PECK, BAY LAKE, MCARION), POTATnES FOR
PLANTING LrR RBLE U E, 24~ PER LB FOB I]R 02
PER p LPAl

W. N E SUMME~ IELD, MhAR ION), FL OR IDA
SWEET POTATO YAMS ST PER BUSHEL FOB. ,





MR-S, L.L. HOLFv.=R. SFRYSTAL SPRINrGS, (P SCd).
WRTCTINFEED SAdk 3 60 PER DijZEr PLUS
POI TAG l



MRS.51 .C AN R/ T LA, (,AKE ). ACR E
FARI~Q e- Ti~h 6 )M RI:IAD 8 FTWEED.
WE SDA~( P Al% . BEy FRc TOR lFESP B RilTS hR F



W. T. W~ILDER. CA4LRBUP T Ar~L iiP 1~0u FEED
SACKS INr GCO CON~DI TL.005 rtE.B4BU.


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nORSE MOW~lliNG MlinHINE


O.E ; J.fl. IELLI, R 2, Bu~ 23;., SE. r=EFRS-
BURG, (PIN~ELLa5). '00 MARSH SEEDLESS URrPE-
FRUJIT OR ?ild ROUGH~ LEMONl STuciK. Per CASH IOR
EXCHANGE FORDSlib D1iS PLUW ALMOST NEW.


RICO SWEET P.1 10.: 5 FLP E 7 s .6 I f
152.5 FOIR 150I P.JlrD5 SAL.4GED FuB rLL 100.


CHAS. R. ENSEI, COCOA, (BRELARD). AtlbuT 2,
BDXES 53UA uR~IhGES AID s80-T 20 u5F:Lj
PIrMQUATS. WRITE FOR PRICES.


NIEOU.3


M.H. ~ ~ ( B0 LLTl I..i .' (G D E 1. f I .. iL
IRONr PIPE I'F PEF FT AS I5, IM~~ FF BLA~i r
IRO~i PIPE 83 FT FOBi NE 3"' cM 4LA~t )3.50
TWO 2" GATE LALVES 52.50 EACH: FOUR 2*" GLOBE
ZALVES $.50 EACH; SNOW STtAM P;!MP :" INTA.nE,
3" DISCHARGE, SPRAYS, TEES AND STANDIPIP


E. M. PElNNEY, HOSFORRD (LiBERTY), FOUlR 3
GALLON BARRELS HONEY SLIGHTLY SUGARED,_100
PER GALLON IN 'BARREL` LOTS, (12 LBS I E T TI'
5ALLON), LIBERAL SAMPLE FOR 25 HILL ;tEFU..7
WITH FIRST ORDER; I BARREL jpl TUPELO HONCYY
1929 CROP, $-1.50 PER GALLON, ALL FOB HOSFORD,-


W. T. FISCHER, WEIRSDALE, (MA;RION'), HAS F:R
RENT 22 ACRES TRUC(;K FARM, MLEOTH.
LEES~BURG, a p -vM 4;r0 BATH STUiCO bcUSE ANrD
OTHER BUIJILDI IGS- SLI I A BLE FUR POULTRYi. :WRIT-E
HIM FOR PARTI-CULARS AND RENTAL PRICE.


C. H, PORTER, LAKE CITY, (COLUMBIA1, 40, 10
FRAME lilLELS OF 3CES, 50 8 FAM MESAL
IN GOODCONDITION; 10 FRAMES 54 AND 8 FRAMES
$3.50 EACH; ALSO HAS OTHER EQUIPMENT. WRITi
HIM FOR PARfiULARS if 10J ARET INTERHESFED.


GEO. F. SIJTS, R 1i RCALANC, (ORANGE.),
RENT: 5 ACRE FARM WITH 5 H00M HOUSL rt,.;
STORES, SCHOOL AND CHURCH.ES.GOOD FOR POULTRY
RENT $15 PER MONTH.


H.H, XASTNER, R ;2, 80X 91-.A, SANFORD, (SEMI--
NOLE), HAS FOR RENT, FIVE MILES FROM SANFORD
ACRE WITH SOME ORANGE TREES, 4 ROOM HOUSE
.'"ITH BATH. W~RiTE Hiire FOR FARTI-:..LARS


( IJSCE L4) Ad MANl
ON AD 455197 Ill
MUST FURI f SH I WN
MAKES. WR ITE HIM



R AVE., LAREL4lDD,
E POULTRY Allo TRUCV
ULTRY HOUSES FOR IM
ATHLEEN. '


T. P. BiiSTONr KI SS IMMEhE E
WITH SMlALL FAMIIL' TII LIVE
CULTIVA~IITiH 8u AiRE FARM,
EQUIPMENT AND HAVE ALL HE
FOR PARTICULARS.


E. L. RADER, 1509 PARKED
(POLK), FOR RENT: 5 ACRt
FARM; 5 ROOM HOUSE AND POi
CHICKENS. ONE MILE FROM KI


J. T. KASTNER, R 2,BOX 91"B, SANFORD, (;EMI-
NOLE), 10. ACRES LAND -WITH 6 ROOM HOUSE uN~
HIGHWAY, WILL RENT FOR REASONABLE. RENTAL ANID
HAS FARM TOOLS FOR SALE. WRITE HIM.


W.E.KNOWELL,; R 2, BO-X 25, MAITLAND, (OarANGE)
4 BARRELS 33 GALLONS EACH,SAW PALMETTO HLINEi
7~ PER POUND FOB MAITAND.


H. G. CRUSE, BELL, (GILCI-RIST), FOR RE;.: 80
4CRE F.PF.1 Onr FREE BASIS. WRITE FOR DET;1LS.







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BUCK NEW ZEALAND W


BEACH), MRS. B. G. PEARCE, EAST PALATKA, (PUTNAM ,
li WEEKS SMlALL SHETLAND P~lr'Y, SADDLE 4tJD BRIDLE, NO1
REASONrABLE OFFER REFUSED.


;fMA N E~, 7 DO~ES ANID
TE 51' FOR THE LOT.


MRS. M.Bi. GOWER. R 2, BOX 210, JACKSOIIVILLE,
(DUVAL), YOUNrlG CHINlCHILLA DI1ES, BRED uR OPEN
S53.506 EACH, CAN .FURlIS4H~ PAPERS.


Rd. HUTCHINGS,. APOPKCA; :.( ORA GE)., .YOUNG GENTLE
COW,GIVES 6 QTS RICH MILK,--CAN BE BROUGHT TO
8 QUARTS IF GIVEN PASTURE, IS A 3 GALLOir COW
WHEN FRESH. PRICES FOR QUICK SALE, $45.


H. H. SCOTT, 4325 S. 56TH ST.iJACKSON~VILEE,
(DUVAL), PUREBRED TOGGENBURG BUCKS 2 r'RS GLD
540, 1 YR OLD 525;GRADE TOGGEN.BURG DOES 3 QT
FRESH 530; GRADE 2i QT NUBIAN DOE, FRESHEN
SOON $25. WRITE FOR PARTIC.ULARS.


HARR I S HATCHERY, 961 MAYNARD ST ., ASN
VILLE, (DUVAL), TWO '1200 EGG INGrUBATURS :T
ABOUT HALF PRICE*


P. 5. MASTERS,~ JA CKSONVIL LE, -(DUVAL), J.B.
COLT LIGHT PLANT IN GOOD CONDITION, 1100 OR
WILL TRADE FOR ANYTHING OF EQUAL VALU'.


HljMER TAYLOR.Re80X 253, MOORE ,HAVIEN.(GLA1DES),
BARREL HOSE SPRAY, 2 CONNECTIONS USED 1 DAY
$12; GOOD SPRING TOOTH HARROW COST 9:0 WNILL
TAKE .515:GOOD OLIVER DISC PLOW COST 575 WILL
TAKE $25. ALL PRICES F.0B M 00RE


N.E,. CHESNUT, BOX 10,R 1, BON; IFk r, (HOLf.ES),
FORGE PUMP IN GOOD CONDITION 54.


r. A. SMITH, UMATILLA;, `(LAKE), 10 *BARREL
STEEL TANK, ly AND 2 H.PFAIRBANK~S MOP.SE 01L
ENGINES IN GOOD CONDITION. WILL SELL DR EX-
CHANGE. WHAT HAVE YOU1


.FUIG ZLI BR0TnERS, .'ALRICO, .HILLSBrsR=1) 20
H .P GAS. E ilG I lE S TAT IONARY~, FORDSO)N H OGAN
15 H.P. $100; ALSO SMALLER ENGINES AT YOUR
PRICE. WRITE.


W.r T. BEAM, OCALA (MAR iO N) TRAIC T OR PUL L EY
GOOD AS NEW $12.50,


G. L. MEYERS, 80X 62, MOORE HA.~II,(GLADES),
BARKER CULTIVATOR .AND a H. P.. CI.TrlR.'WRITE
FnR PPICES.


G. e .I itEL RU. .AU U a. (HARDEE). 'RED E
'eIv W ... JL i .sT U WITh FOLL WI NGlr HITC H1ES AiD
..TTAC~i.1ENTS LIGHT WORSE CULTIVATOR, 7"
..1a,LDBus9.0 PLOWY, 1'" DISC AnrD HIITCH Ulr I ER-
J,L I....ar 1Jnsr CIblIS TV allAih Ai~l PLnNET JR
-uL I..,< '..U lU LI JII EATEMS13 O RlhMS,3 SPRING
100iTH MIAGI:ETS. JUST OV'ERhAULED 4ND IN1 GOOD
.0NrDITIONI 5125 CRATED FOB WAUCHULA.


WM, ..I BARBER, BOX 324, KiSSIMMEE,(OSCEOL
60 GALLON SYRUP KETTLE, OLD FASHIONED T.d
WRITE HIM FOR: PRICt.


MRS. H. L. JACOBS~ON,~ R b3, 80O.. 240, TALLA"
rASSEE,(LEON.), 50 .EGG LITTLe UBROWN HEN INMCU-
:J1ATOR, USED TWICE, 53.50.

RUFUS H. GONNERLY, DADE (,i.Tr PASCO), 10"
OLIV~ER .PLOW, NEW HANDLES: -HND SLIDE -AND
SHAiRc( j5,. R' TRADE` FOR SuUTH BEND 8" STEEL
'TURIN~r~ G PLOW.
.HAVE.
Wi. H.-YOUELL,. DADE CITY, (PASCO), 2; B.P.
GAS ENGINE ALMOST NEWI 165 OR WILL EXCH-ANGiE
FO R HENSs; SABY, CHICKS OR HATCHING EGGS.


0,~~~~~~~~~ T.BICOAG AK CA ? -HORSE
RIDING CO.RN' PLANTER WITH VELVET BEAN AND
COTTON ATTACHMENTS. WRITE FOR PRICE.


R.H. HiOOD, EASTLAKEE,(MARION), P900RMAN FEATHER
BROODER, NEVER BEEN USED, $6 OR FEATHER
BOARDS ALONE 54 FOB EASTLAKE.


F.P. CARPENTER, 80X 117, CRESCENT CITT,(PUT'"
.NAM),DICK'S NG,2 FEED CUTTER ALMOST NEW,CUTS
1/8" TD ly3", COST $40, WILL TAKE $20 1EQB.

BE L LEV IEW C HI1CK HA TC HERY 8E LLE V IEW, (MARIO bN
LIV AND-GRO BROODERS $2.45 EACH.

C.L. SIGMUND, LUTZ, (HILLSBORO), SEVERAL 100
IT ly" PIPE, .'7 HP ENGINE, "" ROTAR: PUMP,
10,000 SI.1ALL POT3, 15 GRO:E HEATLRS. SELL
Iji IRADE'. WhA~T HAV'E rit0U1.


W. H. FUNKr, PINECASTLE, (iRANl~GE). EINE 1-TON
FURD TRUCK WITn H CAB LARGE REAR TIRES,ALMOST
N~EW, STAKE BODYi. ALL IN1 GOOD CONrDITIONI 550.
WILL EXCHANGE FOR GOOD USED GARDEN TRACTOR
OR POULTRY. WHAT HAVE YOU1


FARML IMPLEMAENTIS & MA~CHI[NERY








PAGE 7 .


ISSUE OF FEB. 15TH, 1931.


:~ue~ ~j~


FORP SA.
POULTRY & EGG. Cnt J


MRiS. A. R. P.RM R ,0 14,(:D~

ag -I .HITE wraN00FliiE rlEN 52 I: A.POOiSTEri Si.FOR.


J. H. SPANNAIP GEL. 13 IS Ir. F 8 TH $1. F.1~. 4 1I


aN~D 001ING GOOD : .*ORI R D ..* 0: R 1
JEIG H FROR 12 T.; li. OZ.\wasi 1l1 ai C.R I-,4gt ps,


GLENJ ARDEII H.TCHErI ~ CH I PL F. WASM 5HIl ij TO ,JI
HaTi nINGG tGGS, D,, iOD ;HILh S 'D o .. L
PUILLETS, FROMI SF ~I; L SELE T ED bnliF.CO .
STOCK. WRITE HIM FOR DETaILE ;NC= PRic:S


L.


MRS. W. A. BrG
O LD_ B ORB ED i. C


ELL iLE ilrb 4L;*. Hud) Cu
.ERELS .. jF;.f -,..


MRS. J.Ml. MCDONALD, LEESBURG, (LAKE), HATCH-
INIG EGGS FROM S. C. WHITE LEGHORNIS, PUREBRED
WYCKOFF STRAIN, CULLED STOCK, 53 PER 15.


G. H. HOLDEN, FT. MEADE, (POLK), WHITE ROCK
HATCHINIG EGGS 51.50 _PER 15 POSTPAID, 51.25
EXPRESS CO


PEDIGREE PE ,816. BROADWAY, ORLANDO,(ORANGE)
HlATCHINrG EGGS AND~ BiABY CHICKS F;ROMl CANADIAN


1.i-- , -


MRS. M. 5. KNIGHT, 528 CHIELSEA AVE JAih-
SONV ILLE, (Du'.AL), i0 R 1100 hth5S. vir;C*
LAVERS, 11 M5 S LD I1. .0:C L he 2 ;
COCK 2 YEARS [rLD 52 AT TML rARO.


R R. LAT, FLOR41i0ME, (PJI'mM). 2 DARK MUS'
CO~a DUC.(5 AirD DRAhE F3R 53, I BRON:E TURKEY


.FOR SALE, WANT & EXCHPANGCE BULLETIN


HOL;BIYRV505


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COCKS WiEIGHnlrG II LBS 53, CORfIlSH GAMlE LBiS r.1 .k. PriC' B LAKE. (M h **-:H <.I ~T HI I.
$2.50; ROClosi PARXS STPn.B Ll SETT I NG EGGS EGGS.f~IlE IS BREDC,,LiAGE. SIZi; 51 rER lIc r'll
$1 PER 15. P .g. Car FUPI ISH~ IM\ PER WW~a
WHITE LEGHORlr IIJOEGe PER 15. SE AI.SCA F OXFORD, (SUMTER), P-URE-
PER 100, F 5- dC R11iss It W~EE,. DPED~ BOURtiurl FEL* TUR)

OAK CREST'01)LTR 's F"Rr.1, LOIIGWOOD,(S~h11llinLE), HER4LD 4L.LEls, R ;.:,BOX 75., DELAND, JLOLUSIA):
3 WHITE LEGHORN COCKERELS AND 2 YEAR OLD BUFF ORPINGTON DRAKE 311 fGG STRAIN,, SELL ORi
ROOSTER, CHEAP IF TAKEN SOON. 'EXCHANGE-FOdR WHAT HAVE YOU?


MRS. E. E. AUSTELLE, R 1, REDDICK. (MARIONI), MRS. R. F. PERSONS, FORT WHITE, (.COLUMBI-IA,.
YOUNG SPECKLED GUINEAS, St EACH Oni iRPDE FOR HATCHL.NG EGGS FROM PURE R,1.RED HIGH TROD .e
INDIAN RUNNER DUCKS. WRITE HER. ; ING HENS,1N LOTS OF .12 DOZ,57~ DOZ DELIVrERLi


J.W..MORIARTY, 443 N. HILLSBORO ST., AR~CADIA M. J. HICKS, LEE, (MADISO,;I),.S.C. BROWL/~i L.EG-
(DESOTO), 6 PAIRS WHITE KING AND FG.PAIRS .HORN DAY OLD' HiCiLiKS 56 F'JR 50), Sil.50 5
WHITE HOMER PIGEONS FOR SALE OR E>.CAAPGE, 100: HATChllNG EGGS 51 FOR IB,~ $6 PE.R 1003; 3
WRITE FOR PRICES OR WHAT HAVE YOU? 10 MONTHS OLD COCKERE'LS 52 EALiM. .


W. N. TYLER, SUMMERFIELD, (MARION), BRAn14 L.V. BARKER, R 1,BOX 720-B8. SO.JACKSOIIVILLC,
HENS AND ROOSTER,52 EACH FOB OR EXCHaNG~E FOR (DUV/AL), 1 PUREBRED BLACK MINORCA COCKE~REL.
BABY CHICKS. WHAT KIND HAVE YOU? PAPE STRAIN, 125 COCKERELS 14 WF.E-KS OLD 85~
'. it EACH FOR THE LOT.
J. J. WILDS, PINE CASTLE, (ORANGE), HTTEr~ CO-
CHIN BANTAM EGGS 51.50 FOR 12; PIT GblIE EGGS E. G. ~TRI~MBLE, R 3, BOX 64~A, ORLANIDO.,
$1.50 FOR 13. (ORANGE), BOOKING ORDERS FOR A FEW nUNDRED
DAY OLD CHICKS FROM PEDIGREED CANADIAN STOCK
MRS. J. P. LYNCH, LAKE JOVITA, (PASCO~)I tAR- WITH 301 TO 303 EGG RECO.RDS.WRILTE FORi PRICES
ROM /STPAINJ HATCHING EGGS $2 PER SETTING., $10
PER 100; REGAL STRAIN WHITE WYANDOTTES 31.50 MISS ARADELL.A.SH.AFER, MONTVERDE, LK)
PER SETTING $8 PER 100: TURKENS (CROSS BE~ QUALITY CHICKS, BARRED ROCKS AWp REDS AnDb
TWEEN CHICKENS AND TURKEYS) 52 PER SEiTING. BARRED ROCK (PULLE.TS, PARKS STRAIN. WR ITE.

V. H. TURNER, BURBANK, (MARION), 150 R.I.RED N.,E. CHESNUT, R 1, BOX. 10, BOhl~FAY;,i!OLMES),
HENS 22 MOS OLD, 100 PULLETS 9 MONTHS .L'D, 8 PUREBRED BROWNl LEGHORN HlATCHINrG EGGS $1 PER
RdOSTERS 2 YRS OLD AND 3 COCKERELS 6 MOS~ OLD 15 .POSTPAID.
FROM MAHCODS UTILITY BREED,$2 EA FOR THEC LOT
M. MAXWELL, BOX 174, DELAND, (VOLUSIA), PEIl
J.R. MEHAFFEY,JR., BOX 445, ORTEGA,(DJ.AL),3 OF BLACK MINORCAS $12.50: PEN EACH, NARRAGAN~-
PUREBiRED BUFF COCH[IN BANTAM COCKERELS 51 EA, SETT AND MAMMOTH- BRONiZE TURiNEYS 540 AND $518
DARK R. I. RED ROOSTER $5: CORNISHI, GAME AND
D.O. M1CFARLAND, EAGLE LAKE, POLK), R.I. RED., BLACK MINF)RC:A, CROSS BREED ROOSTER 54.: T ELO.
BARREDr ROCK, WHITE WYANDOTTE, WHITE '11NORCA LAVENDER MUFFLED GUINIEAS 155:12 YEARLING H-EIlS
AND WHITE LEGHORN BABY CHICKS I DAY TO 5 WKS HEAVY BREEDS 51.50 EACHI OR 516 FOR THE LOT:
OLD: LEGHORN FLOCK HEADED BY TANCRED'AN/D WY- PEN OF DARK'" MUSCOVY DUCKS 510; 3 MAMMOTH~
CKOFF STRAINS. WRITE FOR PRICES. WHITE PEKINS $6.


C. E. LEASE, O'BRIEN, (-SUWANNEE), BIG BROlrZE MRS. J. E'. .LOUSTON, S OP C HOP PY~, (WA KUiiL LA ),
TURKEY EGGS 25 FOR 57.50, 100 FOR $27.50],200 BARRED ROCK COCKEREL 9 MONLTI-S OLD52.
FOR 550; PACKED IN MEAL OR BUYER TO FUROIlSH
CONTAINER, PRICE FOB O'BRIEN. SUNNY BROOK POULTRY FARM,R 1, LIMON\A,(HILLS
BORO').~ PURFEBRED TANICRED STRA.~M WrHITF LEGHOPrI
F. A. GORDON, R 4, BO\ 161. JAC KSO!501. IL L E. CH.Cl KSj SPECIAL F.14TED PEllS 2 Til i 0 EGI-
(DUVAL), R, RED HE~;IHINGi E~c-.G, hElJS AllD STOCP $18 PER ] li, 10! REQUIREDo WITH ORDER
COCKS; WHITE LEGHORri C:OiERELE FR~f.1 I-allSol S P~UREBRED HOLTERF.1AfJ STRAliJ BARRED ROCK~ COCCS
300 EGG STRAIN. PRIiES R EA 5 rA BL E WR IT E. 18 MONQrTHS OLD, 510 EACH, FREPAlD Ir FLORIDA.





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GRAPES
PRICES.


BERMIUDA
CEBURG
Mi PAID


4RG;LOE
FR 500.


12 BUS
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DOZEN


-ARION)
ELECTED
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RIOlr),
S, Z0
FOR 59
? 200,
DOZE~.


ORANGE COLOREDF FLjYw'F.R PL.TIEll? PLHldl L.Uslith~t
100 EACH...HRISTMAS al.D rNEW IEAR iCAT;S hcl..>S
10~ EACH. OR WILL EXCHANrGE FOR CSLADIUMS.
F A NlC L EAnvED REX BEGI'I.'." PI N r. 4 R.
DOUBLE nIBISCuS CUTTINGS.


A. A. NrORRIS, MANNVI~' LLt; (PUITNA.M), ';ASSALA
CUTTINGS FOR PLANTING 10 TO' 12" LOrri, $1 PER
100 PIECES.


S. M. CARNES; FLORAHOME, (PT.r C;brr. S
SLIGHT RESISTANT PEAR TREES rd NEX 30f
DAYS WILL SELL 2 YR OLD TREES IN LOTS OF 5. ,
MrORE AT 50 EACH, 10 OR MORE 415P EA;CHARLES--
TON WAKEFIELD CABBAGE AND CRYSTAL WHITE WAX

ONION PLANTS ~51.50 PER M POSTPA~ID i1.25 FAJ
M CHARGES COLLECT. NOW BO 1 ihG ORDERS F=.*R
MARCH SH IPMENT., P.0 R,T D1 RI C SWrEET P OTAT O,
PLAlrTS $2 PER M. *.NE FiiURTH CASH WiTII ORDER.
ALSO 15 BUSHELS Gj300 i UFA SE ED, FOR QUICKI
SALE, $3 BUSHE L-.


J. M. LORD, R 1,BOX 135, PLANT CITY, (HILLS--
BOR0'),NEW CROP RECLEANED CROTALARIA S;E.0 40.~
PC'"IIND PREPAID` IN .IST AND 2ND ZONE.


MlRS. HOWARD KETTEROLF, NASH,- (JEFFERSON),
F.11XED DAHLIA BULBS,4 FOR 25p OR 20 FOjP $1 PP


4, CUJTHILL, MARTEL, VIA OCALA,.(MARION),' FLA.
RUNNI~ER PEANUTS AND CHiUFAS. SHADE CuiED nL
SCREEDED, FREE FROM NUT GRAS.S. GET PRICES.


ALFORDi BP3TI-IERS~ GRAND RIDGE, (JACK(SON~), i53
BUJS JuMBtO WHIiTE SPANISH- PEANUTS, $1 BU.


M. S. FICKETT, DEFUNIAK SPRINGS, (WALT3N),
CLOSING OUT 500 TWO YEAR NURSERY GROWN
RABB-IT--E'E BLUEBERRY PLANTS AT $10,50 PER
100; IM.1-rE4PR OLD, 59.50 PER 100. IM MIXED
(OP WHO-1LE) AT 590 PER M. NO. ORDEriS FILLED
FOJR LESS THAN 100. FLA. BEACOlr GRAPCS 511
PER 100 OR 5100 PER' M f0u N1*tG4R GRAPES
A NiD 500 CO C OI R D WILL SACRIFICE AT 5` PER
100 OR 560 FOR TnE LOT F.O.B. LAKE BUTLER.


. MICCLAIIN, CIfDLEP, (1APION). .'ALEll*CJ
:ILD P ir E A FP LE ORAIGE TREES BUDDED Oilr S~juR
STOCK. WRITE.


MRS. F. T. SCUDDER, 606 VErlON4 5 *C4LA,
(MARION)1 BEARING GUAVA TREES, L ELLOW
FRUIT, 55 FOR 10,528 PER HUNDRED *L EX'-
CHAGE FOR EVERGREENS: TURIKS CAP 31 FEET
HIGH 35~ EACH: DOUBLE RED CAli~lAS DOZ .
DOUBLE GERANIUMS ASSORTED COLOTS. DOZ.
EUCHARIS LILIES $2.50 PER DOZEli. HANGE
FOR EVERGREEN HEDGE PLANTS.


J. G. KELLER, GARDNER, (MARDEE).. DISH,
HARTS AND ORINOCO BANANA PLA(NTS DOZ.
FOB GARDNER, MARVEL AND TFEE .BERRY
PLANTS 40Id PER DOZ: MARVEL iUTTla PER
DOZ; JAMES GRAPE VINES 3 FljP j ,t PULP
2 FOR 25 MALE VINES 2 FOR '5 ,A PAID.


W. G. SHIRLEY, DI.150.1RE, (DUAL)
MISSIONARY STRAWBERRY PLdirTS,
IrORTHEhRN STOCK., 5j.50 PER~ I, 516
PER 101.


RIOVED
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OSCAR CREWS. ZSLFO SPRINGS. jh4RDEE). RING
IlEChED PH~EASANT~ F14LE 18 MlOS GLD.WILL SiELL OR
EXCHAlrGE FOR PHEASANT EGGS OR BUFF LEGHORN
EGGS OF EQUAL LALUE.


A. R. PEbFFLill.
LEGnORlr PULLETS
580 FOR TIIE LOT
OLD FOR 58.


.ED EAR LY PROFITABLE MARKET BU
THAT RIPEr N MAY AND WR ITE


J. W. STAF WA- (ALAC A), 'rEL
ONiON~, B- CO BBAGE A
LE T TULC EC .TS 1j E 5 5 0


WALTER STEPHENS, ALACHUA,(ALACHUA
TOMATO PLANTS, 50S0 PER 100, 5.


RUFUS CONNERLYs DADE CITY,. (PASC
WHITE FLINT SEED CORN, SELECTED
$3 BUSHEL OR $34 FOR THE LOT.


MRS. W.P. JENNINGS, 1223 OSBORNE
(HILLSBORO)rPURPLE ACHIMEllES BULB

C.H. COONER, 952 WYOMINA' ST.. OJCA
~-- POR TO R ICO--SWEE-TPOTATO0 P LA N1TS5 FR*~
SEED, $2 PER M FOB SHIPPINrG POINT
ORDER. WRITE FOR PRICES ON LARGE r


MRS. E. E. SIBLEY, R A, OCALA,
MASTODON EVERBEARING STRAWBERRY
FOR $1s 50 FOR $1,70, 100 FOR 53.
RED AND WHITE HONEYS'JCKLE PLAlrTS,
6 FOR 70 ; EAS'TER LILY BuLBS 50
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W. E. MOORE, R 1, BOX 4, BONI.FAY, (nOhlES),
CHAPPELL AND COOKS BIG eOLL COTTONr SEED
51110 BU; HALF AND HALF COTTON SEED Ji.5y tiJ


MRS. E.J. ETH-EREDGE, DESOTO CITY,(HIGHLANDS)
SINGLE RED AND ROSE HIBISCUS ROOTED 25~ EACH
OR 5 FOR 51, CUTTINGS 5~ EA; WHITE OLEANDERS
ROOTED 25~ EACH OR 5 FOR 51,DOUBLE DEEP PINK
OLEANDER CUTTINGS 5~ EACH; RE>,GREElr, BROrrZE
AND VARIEGATED CANNA BULBS 1' ER *;*F. I, FijF
Sl;WHITE AND PINK PERIWINKLES 5G EA, RED AND
YELLOW MARIGOLDS 151 PER DOZ, RED AND 'YELLOW
MARIGOLD SEED 5~ PER PKT: ROOTED PINK VINES
10~ EACH: LOVE APPLE PLANTS 25~ EACH.


C. E. MCCONNELL, 300 N. FIRST ST., PALATK 7T
(PUTNAM), ALL COLORS CANNA BULBS 5~ EACH,
IN LOTS OF 50 OR MORE .3 EACH: FANCY' LEAVED
CALADIUMS 51 EACH,~ 3 5P DOZEN ~MI XED : DO~~bUB LE
DAISY LIKE CHRYSANTH-EMUMS G FREE W'ITH- ORDERS
FOR 51.50; BABY BREATH FERNS 15~ EACH OR 4
FOR 50 ; SWORD FERNS 5~ EACH; YELLOW JESSA'
MINES 20I EACH: ROSEBUD GERANIUMS 25Q EACH,
GET PRICES ON LARGE LOTS AND UJTHER PLANTS.


WM. H. CLARK, ONECO, (MANATEE), MARGLOBE TO-
MATO PLANTS 75J PER 100, $1.,50 PER_ 500,1
52.50 PER M POSTPAID.


T. H. LANCASTER, DAVENPORT,(POLK ALL STAN'
DARD VARIETIES CITRUS TREES ON ROUGH LEMON
AND SOUR ROOTS. WRITE HIM FOR PRICES.


AJ. MANNING, COTTAGE HILL,(ESCAMBIA), OWARI
SATSUMA ORANGE TREES, BUDDED ON 4 AND t; YEAR
OLD TRIFOLIATA ROOTS, 3/8" TO 1/2" 15j EACH;
1/2" TO 5/8" 20~ EACH. 5/8" TO 3/4" 25~ EACH
3/4" TO 1" 350 EA, PARSON BROWN .ORANGE TREES
25~ TO 40~ EACH: NAGAMI KUMQUAT TREES 25~ TO
40~ EACH;TANE NASHI PERSIMMON 25l TO 40~ EA.


H. C. HARTLEY, ST. CLOUD, (O~SCEO'LA), STRAW
BERMUDA ONION PLANTS FROM IMPORTED SEED, 52
PER M, 51.75 IN SM LOTS, 51,50 IN 10M LOTS,
FCB ST. CLOUD; NOW BOOKING ORDERS FOR EARLY~~
SHIPMENT PORTO ':IC0 SWEET POTATO PLANTS 52P
PER M, $1.75 IN 5M LOTS, $1.50 1-N 10M LOTS'~
FOB ST.CLOUD.COPENHAGEN CABBAGE PLANTS 51.50
PER M, COLLARD PLANTS 51 PER M,-


C. A. SIMPSON, MONT'ICELLO, (JEFFERSON), KUD~.'
'U,. :[i EACELLf T H-l 4iND PLSTURE PL NIII. Ti
I IR ULD ROOTS I-i' TO 540 PER M~ GR OT L AR I
SERICEA, 4 IrEW LEGuMlE PLArrT, RAPID GROWL?~tR,
NEE S N ilOCU ATIN, SEED lrl St.14LL Q~U1NlTI--
TIES 600 POUNrD. WRITi HIM FOR PARTlICLAR5.


MRS. J. E. PER- B rj4dC 5 c LAKE BUTLER,
(UNION). C EO A LEr CANNA BULBS,
AND RED .11IEABULB 5~ PER. DOZ MM1ARYL-
LIS AND L K gLI BULBS 50 lIUND 5
EACH: EWlr C.F4 "~BULi FOR 13~ SWEET
SHRUB AND YELLOW JESSAMINE PLANTS GOOD ROOTS
3 FOR 25E.


HENRY MOOER, SUMMERFIELD,(MARION),15 BUS RE-
CLEANED CHUFA SEED 52.50 BU1CASH WITH ORDER.


ROY 80RDENS, COTTAGE HILL,(ESCAMBIA.), CARP.1AN
ARMALAGA, PRESIDENT AND MUENCH GRAPE PLANrTS
20~ EACH, $1.50 FOR 10, $10 PER 10); NAGAI.11,
MElWA AND MARUMI KUMQUATS 30 ,40~ AND ?.Of CA
HOOD, SHAW, MCKENZIE PEAR. AND EXCEESIOET PLUM
TREES 40~ AND 50~ EA; STUART, MONEYMAKER AND
SUCCESS PECAN TREES 40 60~ AnD r00 il : FT
ABELIAS 35~ EA PREPAID; BUNCH GRAPE CUTTINGS
$3 AND $4 PER M FOB OR TRADE ANY OF ABOVE
FOR ANY BREED BABY CHICKS IN QUANTITIES.


BULLOCKS PLANT FARM,WHITE SPRINGS,(HAMIILTON)
PORTO RICO SWEET POTATO AND MISSIONARY
STRAWBERRY PLANTS FROM FRESH NORTHERN 5TOCK,
500 FOR $1.75 PREPAID, 52.50 PER M NOT PRE-
PAID: CHARLESTON, JERSEY WAKEFIELD AN.D FLAT
DUTCH CABBAGE, ICEBURG LETTUCE AND EXTRA
EARLY EGYPTIAN BEET PLANTS 500 FOR 90 TM
FOR 51.50 PREPAID. WRITE FOR QUANTITY PRICES


L, MAJEWSKl, MONTICELLO, (JEFFERSON), PECAN,
SATSUMA AND OTHER FRUIT TREES. WRITE. HIM.


JOHNSON NURSERIES, MONTICELLO, (JEFFERSON),
60 BUSHELS HEAVY PRODUCING COTTON SEED, 52
FOR I BUSHEL, $3.50 FOR 2 BUSHELS. WRIlE HIM


W.R. MEEKS, R A,BOX 87, LIVE OAK,(SUW414NEEE),
WATSON WATERMELON SEED FROM LARGE MELONS,
40~ POUND.


A. A. BUSSEY, R#IIBOX 44, FT. WHITE, (;OLUM-
BlA), FLORIDA RUNNER SEED PEANUTS 4~ PER LB
IN LOTS OF 50 OR MCRE BUSHELS 34~ PER LB FOB

W. R. DEMISON, FT. MEADE, (POLK), CANNAS 50
DOZEN OR $3 PER 100O.


F. ARZI E, WHI-ITEHOUSE, ( DP. L), AR BOR i TA ES
CONTPCT'.:;nr. c.alir.LCI-IS, 1 '.F OLO. E. TO 8
1-ridl-1J jjE~ -1 O PER 100.


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E;Li~ iL-5'.... ENGuLIH~ FE4 SEED 1270 PER LB.









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TR IFOL IAT :r~i DI NGS, 12 TiO li
PER M, 8 TO 12 INCHES, $8 TO 8ur
INCH1Es, $5 PER M, R(ARIA'NNA P.LUM CU E-ING i`8
PER.M; EX.CELSIOR PLUM TREES AND JEWEL,SUrnI
CHAW AND FLORIDA GEM PEACH ON PLUM ROOr,3 T
4 FEET, 200; CARMAN GRAPE VINES 100 EACH, $7
PER 100. ORDERS OF $3 ANC ,MORE PREPAID.

S.H. DODD, KEYSTONE HEIGHTS., (CLAY.', SEVERAL~
THOUSAND.SATSUMA TREES ON TRIFLIATA STOCK,
2 YEARY OLD. IWAKE OFFER.


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SIZES FOR RESETs
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BUNQ.H. RAPES WHI CY
KINo, ROSE,WHITE
VERNON,ETC, 50#. 6
$60 FOR 500,$100 pe
RIPEN IN JVLY. AR .
Roto, 10 Fog 2

J.S.C. COLLOR
PLANTS, 4 To 6 1
T0 12 us 50P EiA I
AND S ILVERV INE' 25 E
JAPANESE PLUM;. PAdP ~~i
250 EA SWORD FERNS 2

Y.C. NEEF, Lurz, (if
APPLE ORANGE, FAARSH ~`~~
TANQERINE EU05. ALSO [~8
OR MOME PLANTS
QUOTE PRICES. _3ciI.'

F. YOUNG, CHIPLEY, CYA H
26 ; B)LACKR PEPPER CU~T C
$1, GIANT WATERMELONI SE
sc Pas. $_3 LB. IMPRO
SECD. $1,50 Ls; van

M~ps, A. HoRN, R#A. C
200 PAC AGES. CASTOR ~
RED AND YELLOW CANNA ~I

J.T. LAWRENCE, ~B~
35# pOZN gn 504 ~
DAISY PLANTS 50~ D
ORANGE SP TTEQ. 2
PLANT, EA ~B ~

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W.L. WILL A S~
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MRS. A. W. LAWRENCE, R 4, HOMESTEAD, (DADE),
MAMMOUTH PAPAYA SEED ,QI PKG; DOUBLE PIN~
OLEANDER PLANTs 2 FEET HIGH 250 EA| ASSERTED
:'CROTONS,LARGE PLANTs~ 50f EA; SPATHODIA TREES
4 To 5 FEET HIGH, St.; AUSTRALIAN SUGAR APPLE
SEED, 5# EACH.

W. J. LYLES, SUMMERFIELRI ,(MARION),,EM TRI-
FOLIATA SEEDLINGS, WRITE FOR PRICES,

H. C; ARTLEY, ST. CLOUD, (OSCEOLA), RERMUDA
ONIO PLATS, PER M. $1.75 PER M IN 5M


R.B. SANDERS, TRENTON., (GILCHRIST), RECLEAN-
ED NEW CROP CHUFA SEED,J$# E.R BUSHEL, F.O.Bl.

J. Dow, Box -110, ~S ARWATER:, (P;I NEILAS) ,
PMSENIX CAN4RIENSIS PALM SE.ED OR TO EXCHANGE
FOR PAPAYA SEED OF ROUND FRUITING VARIETY.


O. C. BARROW, nesoro CITY, (HIGHLANDS), PURE
.STRAIN ROUGH LEMON AND SOUR ORANGE NURSERY
;SBED; AL5Q SEE.DLINGS FRQMY IRRIGATED .5EED BED
FoR SPRING DEClVERY. WRITE FOR PRICES.

C~. P, McCALL, SAMSULA, (VOLUSIA), CALIFORNIQ
WONDER AND WORLD BEATgR PEP'rER PLANTS, $3.50
4ND 53 RESPECTIVELY PER M, F.0,8.


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