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 Material Information
Title: The Homestead leader
Alternate Title: Leader
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: South Dade Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Homestead Fla
Creation Date: November 6, 1928
Publication Date: 1923-
Frequency: daily (except sunday)[<1926>-]
weekly[ former 1923-<1925>]
weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (June 14, 1923)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1931.
General Note: B.E. Archer, editor.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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Succeeded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Leader-enterprise

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r iVfthmB VI-Number 68 HOMF TEAD. FLORIDA. TUESDAY.: NOVEMBER 6. 1928 PRICE FIVE CENTS



U. S. MEN NAB Perfect Score on First Day of M. A. FRIENDLY RIVALRY MARKS ,

.. Member Drive Made by Sixth Grade ,



FLORIDA CITYRUMRUNNERS The flrat Uy at a fl e-4ay dribs I voting place today to ralm itionny VOTING DAY IN HOMESTEAD :I

by the H.mta* for helping needy .hlldrwn get
to emrr* a !..% membership -
r of **,"Uhi the organlaatton books and clothes. '
HHDSWATCHRETURNSLujr
Room mother In this vlrtneateryschool :
brought first honor* to the: ;
are: of Mina Buta ft..,'. .
cloth grade room, bight by MrsNeva '
room Arm W. K Walton; Mr*. !
King Oeeper and grade-
mothered Writ thank U d.. W. B Klwarda' room Mra, Fred -- i 1- :
by wn Meellnjr Called
Section Foreman, Night Redd: Mb Alan Jarkon room. Voting Place Moved to
this grade located tIN first hundred

Watchman Among 5 per cent murk when through the, Mrs John; Mr Booth, J. O and Wynnoroom Mrs. m. JMafcirry ,. For Thursday : Flack-1 Home Bldg., for Ease I j .
Arrested effort* of It* grade mother" teacher -
I Mrs. O. nublnaoa, Mrs, T. IC.Dune's of Access '
and pupil At taut IDM Versus fearh Orowcr ahlpnpr and
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radish. Mrs. George Went ,
child In thai room was enroll-I( ;
will meet at the Blue (too** I
., OFFICERS USE AXES *d In the P.-T. A. before the plow Mr. fJlenn ftuuiinet room Mrs Inic bona In Qoulda >.I f o'clock RADIO TO GET
J T. Vann Mra.
L 4< '.,, ON $7,500.00 CARGO 01 the day. This entttto Mr. *.1 *. Cooper. and room M Mrs A..BorcerMr FrankMndeman ; Thursday morning to hoar. a report RETURNS ON THE AIR
.-- Cooper room to the prim offeredbr on the status of the lug aa a. carrierfor
:- Principal Jea T. Win**. Other : Mia Otella Hetlk' room.
frvlU, anrordlng to notice
)Railroad Speeder Used to room that reach the IM* mark I I hire. C. H. Meffanl: Mra. RtbitlBrown'c sent" out br L. T. Chandler a Hoover Poll Watchers See ;,
Bring From will be awarded. prima. by the rootsmother room Mrs. Frank skill .
Liquor ef the P.-T. A.. who have Room mot hit* In the high school W M Mtott of Hunter win re. Easy Local Victory ;
Jewfish are: AIM J. U Batchelor for the port on developments In the lug For Favorite
charge ef the drive. '
onlora, Mr. 0. H. Brown for the Itvatton, In the call for the meetIn 'f.Aa 'f.

Railroad hwoku railroad Dude County holes the .highest Junior, Mr*. t. ft Towe( for thesophomores *' all grower interMrted,urged I
equipment nark In the Hate for ..T. A.metnbe..lIl election day drew ta *>rlwwIn
i Mr*. J A. Hook for to attend the martin Thuradaymorn '
and a section foreman figured aid Hke HomwUudnganlaatton
Hoeuwtiwl MM pH of brat :
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the freshman, Mr, B B.-Oatlln for In* r f
in rum-running operation at already. has the hlgk-j i Grade VIM or*. I. Mra, .W. L. -- .- but friendly rivalry Fir prrMrm.Mai t

Florida City that war laterrvyledhortly eat percentage ef membership InUrn Cooper for Grade VIII Boa t. Mr*i 1928 favorUm ppmlNtul Tne 1
county, WM Mrs O N. Walk..rPT TAX ROLL
W, R.
Crow for
after midnight Sunday trade VII, ado. t I i
by A. prealilent! 10d.,. The atWPhi WMt thmt.nt with r-
I and Mr' 1 f limns for Grade
local prohibition anformmentagent teacher! are already 140% eiroINi(VI r. 8i-e a. 'IS BY pin In aliwwl knlhkty mmidLV.itln r

a. a rail motor car and a ad. ,, Mr, Bachelor. la chairman of ACCEPTED briar at a A. M., awl !

push ear to which It was peopled>> Room mothoraejtho-elnnvmtary,! this r i6'.tr( | and Mrs Hook. I* aerralary smutty alter the |,,olla miring a ;I. t
ewers being unloaded at the old arhuot r.-.l.ol.d Arm. Prank Hklllaa and treasurer.TwoHour CITY COUNCIL
I abandoned Florida City tee plant chairman at a mr.tln hold Friday I HM bad bore formed by IbmnkMilmr
Sav..nty-nve bundked| dollar Mr* O. H Htrffanl was made ---- -- -- ht tole ...rt,. TM's-

"ol"\lI.r whiskey brought from secretary and Mre Fred Redd, I Bus Service trr IxiweM, UH . Jewflah. to Florida. City IcjBK? treaaurerThe Effective Saturday: No Notice of Cut-off to Be
anti km
there was MMMWl
II motor drivez flat card **ii e. el.na.ntl4'Jm ( --' iiven Electric IJghtDeJinquen
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1 ........_ line Outlallvd
form :
ttroynd and Clinton Peavy, Kk>rt.a are holding a fd sale n...I"'I hmmw operated between Miami" I 11' I" w
City sonnets foreman. Frank ----- --- and Ftorl,|.(!*, by the MontfatnadTrea forditoe ..... wiaih It !"...

I Donelly ..ighl(watchman at flea. Ice tl .'*,, jbrmerly the Blue Bui r. sibs, to aura for all who runt a*

',** plafedrtergo fttabba, Homesteadntegroland DRY LAW FAILS Line. will Mat* two additional The I If" Our rail foJ the city of noTh.. toting |>lnm was r ,
; Frank Davis and Joaoph' round tripe kiay bviiaalnKulur' IfemoatxaA was acrcptvd ty the
J. Lombard of Miami Were. ...,141.1', day NovtpeW.JO.. 'H'X |>oa*.. city council at Ho regular me..UnviieMordity ..ri.\1'1I.,..rly lhl.. nMtrnlnc from i t

**, h ring befor, pi. 1., 0. +lrmpa SO DO THE TENCOMMANDMENTS hood .f the /wo....nnr, anno'imcwl. aftornoon In tile city: hall the silty hall tit this Verde* M ! ** .I
H lr''Ft A Miami on Nov U l>nllmlaary ? today.I" <, '. ft allowed a total tank Itnf "1401" the rlormt Hats In .woveWin t .

bond of Davis was flied .tft I instead ol five departures a daj., .....7.III wdlt-h. ata. midi, Hit ifei4l.y at: ela/r.rilmhfag. :
i .ttt .hU. bond for each of the from each lormlbal' tints: will bTevm 'tax rate fixed by tklittiv uadlwihoul4. .

other mm wait fixed at $1,000. Mr. (inane ..... The new ,' Into the lIf suss u"- ort Mar part of water" .
, The federal artot brought four dally orhedule. which ttvvi but 1t1'"l In Uiea At hour oVIiirk thin .,...........

lot the men into Homestead at 1:15 Rev. Walker] Says FailureNo service ">. 17 two hour, wilt he a.1 With the acwptamte of the tax .1I4 wMm had b :A M. Monday following their raid Cause for Their follow I I roil I or the ....11"1.. till tales became .

at Florida City and lodged them .In J Northbound..... HomeUd duo and payable i'Ity Clerk ,
I the city jail. learning-thai one of Repeal at <:41 A M. 0 A M.. 1"". M1PM ? A. K Kdwarda called attmtkm to aloe milks ak "M mm plepering

the men had ....pod. Night Policeman I ., IPM.. IPM.,'7PM. I the fact that a 1% discount wilt .ii fcu4kMi trtomM lilt hu*>lrr W. Hv Cochsan and Deputy Prohibition bas failed of complete Mouth boll -I.eav. MiamI at TA be given on tN tails... paid oh or of |mania who will throng the

ConalabI: Jeff gaulter went to the en fort'entent, but no have the M, ) A. U A, M M.. before January 1. J IHectrlo utilLwalka. all might Kmtvhk w>.
eolo..4t""' and found Davis Tea Commandments. the traffloawa I P. M, I.;ftXp. M:7 .i.rP. I current ronaunwr* will Crown
tit Uvy an iweaanably
whom they brought to the Jail game lawn and; every other Bumea leave Florida City II mlnva be rut off without notion k..(lnnlnn .
The prohibition officer aecontpanled. kind of law, the Re*. r'. N. Walker # before they leave HomeateadPvraon I IWrember I, unless they keep ** to low lien ihvtlim M fnlnv.the .

by Cochran. and Saalter old a conaTvcatton Sunday morn ,leaving Homestead on the their present bllla paid' and pay at Vista tore* lOuPe will rrvttr

then whet back to Florid City and Ins at the First Ha|,tint Church of tint morning hue at 4:40: can make least one.aUth ef any pant duo Indebtedness the rrienia by mini. Mid l"*,

in compliance with a recent rating Homestead, of which he I I. poster. bus eonwMitlon. for' JarkeonUlle at the nojinrll decided by Owns UM a big teem an twrfc or.isrt ..
: of the prohibition enforcement bureau .' when he preached :Mai Prohibition Mlunvl that will get them Into Jack unanimous vote yeaterday. It....,
!J wielded ana until they had Palled 1| eonvlll at 7:11: that evtalnt. M,. pointed out that more than ton eueaara to.Casrvvative.
destroyed lit aacka of liquor In the But failure of then Lows la no 1 Doane aaya and those leaving. thousand dollar, woe due the niunlclpal KntliH mm brra
two flat cure.; The liquor was piled roaaon for doing away with them,' Homestead at \:It In the evening light .department on aoounta a.tosSUrd'today tn4 U kmanl

!Otis foot Mgh and the aide of tor,. Walker aaJd, "and It would tertalnly will. wench Jai'keonvlll, the. next ol long standing. and that the ,...*- like a M-att break fed the ...adkuitP .
the car had bobs fenced In to enable J e poor !policy to put someone !I moraine at 7:It rot method of sending cmpleye far UnmmUiaJ 10"I
an an
them to carry the load at the head of things who b 1 The I:41 A. M. bu make direct around In trucks to collect wait
Prohibition offlmr later Monday needle ta the law. who promises tofulfill I connection with a bus that roaches coating the .department nearly 110 ruwvmrd. while :a went (o Jewflih. where they found but has Tailed to fulfill Tamps I:10PM. and ft. Peter I. month la ......, yea and ull and nwbi who Had br tiwaklilnc
. a boat from which a bears was. promises already. sworn to." bury at I:I*. Leer and tear t>n equlpiaentTh the poll VMS an far
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comlnf with three quart bottles of The mechanical. .ajre In which we rlty'atontract with UltyFndnerr .* M aaf H..irr washed win turn

ir liquor In bin arms The boat waaMlaed are living demand not Iwo but B. I. Hook was renewedfor or Hire In ore brow
on suspicion of being the more prohibition .... Walker sold. To Take Garden Club all months by the county Monday ------. -

One from which the railroad' care The text of hla sermon follows. : Idea to School Pupils Under the control tor,. Hook Death Take McDatid
had brought the liquor to Florida' A conanmlni Interest has Mn y I'will receive tllo a month for the Boy at Plant City

: 'Jt City mated In the question of prahlbl Garden work will be promoted first two months and IITI a month .
---- Ion during the present pruldenlUIeampalirn ,among the school children of for the remaining four rnenthn. The
New Management Potlllclana. however I Homestead bye committee Polnt.1'/reason for the higher salary. for The Plant "tiyp .'0""'"' or Get.
.mlnent, oM at the first two months wee said to be It told of the death of <'Uude M. .
are wasting their time a nnetlnc of the Hnm<*tOarden .....
Over Rcdlanda Cafe wien they try to tell lu that pro rluh yesterday .t the Hotel because ef work In program re David, Jr. four-year.old eon of

.i..i.i ---- Ibltlon I la not aa issue, and that no Bntlvr I I I qulrlnff the employment 6ff Oft .*. I Mr and"Mra, Claude McDavld, who. t.
The Hedlanda Cafe. whlck.haa essential rhanf can be made In One garden group will be argon.lard el.Utit At the UI fl.,re the till about a year ago flood lu, FlorIdn I
been operated In connection with tie prohibition law by rlther'of the among the pupil from the city I* to supply any aaalntaiioo the ':'11,. (Claud. Jr, was born In I

the Redland Hotel by Dr. and Mrs : candidate* Ouch talk la only a first grade to the seventh, end another city engineer nerds Under a forme Florida City Kept It lilt :
Hrhltgol this summer, went under smoke striven to 11I Mo the real ..- group will Include pupils Contract the.. pity engineer (.* I] Tho Courier prints the followingClaud .
new management yesterday I sure but It will not succeed, The from the seventh lo this sloth orlved l0t a month and employed I '' McUarld, Jr. f.ur'JI'4I&r
.... (old W>B of Mr and Mr*. t,. <:. M<', : I
morning Mr and Mrs Thomas hrlatlaa people of this nation will. ,.., The garden group will be two kMlatanta The now contract '
BherMan are Its new eperatora. I (Continued 0* Pace Two) formed / order that was solo a* In effect on No*. t. David. dM. tutunlay night after
Mr Sheridan. who had been chef the participant If.lr. b* able lol I The mention" of a eltt engineer aa Illness of a few hour. at the

.f the .......II..nt. will conilne toplva I Build ckinjtHouse furnish flower for*big flower nilblt was aM t* be nnceaaary at a time, hen of th* parent on Weet M*.
hie peraonal supervision to the garden club I* planning to When the city had decided to ptit- honey. street Funeral *rrloa*
the kitchen. Mr* Sheridan will Financed by Seaboard ) have at the Redland IMmrlct Fruit pone all rtrMf and other pawing' were. held Sunday afternoon. at I
give personal attention. to tie Festival In March work not absolutely necessary, until I o'clork. at the realdeiu and Inlor

dinining r 11. j. and )I.... Sheridan are iC... b iy the Seaboard I* under ooMrur-. I'bird bath for the. -Ity parka was prevail booaiMn of ml*.HP* raneed i Rev J B. Uoon r coqdwted the r

tocklana., but the? have been l. lon along tIM seaboard tracks at dhirUHnd. and It was the sentiment by Improper mnlllple aoona eenrtro
Florida for tin ,...... Mr. 0heriVdan > Mowry. atrcot. Upon completion .T flee meeting that the club au*. ments I* former yean that haroeulud He la survived by his parents
: '. we formerly "d at the win be operated b,'lie Pierce Produo "t ply than a* ooon .. poealblr I In the tnlwarn.tOld sale and.two. little atotera. ,,
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: \ Vorwt Hills
Pat aa a part of the B. L. Manner The building will b* 40 br .11 club included II talk t>r John Making It nea ry fur the tax book
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\ development<< ortanlutlon.Under feet and its seo.trdctlon will b. Orrl on laadarap* gardening at city t* redeem them from th* bay.ft A commute composed of Ma.

... the new management the 01 ral...1M4 from D. 8. Dal. applied) to tb* beantlfylng ef home of ta* omit rertlfb-at<... Thee t_*,. F HUndent** and U L
j IlDdUad Cafe will taW Mpctallyto JachMiivlU nntr* .,.. ha** the grounds and a lortar on botany ..d**..r t. to be elves the Job ofrvKntllnc scan .was appointed /! ***. ....
bridge p.....1.. and coelej fane- Contact Tm> wlrlnr,wntrnci bas by Km. ft H Kwtag-tb* eeeendft Revere sad boonda of .. bid of the Homestead Entorprl
Was of MI "1.111 r. Blmrldanauhl been in t* the Homestead Kl.c- a nrle of "study |lectures on this wrongly _aaMK 4 property end. lo printing; of the nwlyomplled

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HOMESTEAD LEADER
I Page Two THE. ,
r w + oldsters oppol I lour own ".,,111_it to teen:he in I,<1grow
felt Ib* *MuU nt
on. doubt the Mod of Hell a *r.* date worldly JnuMMeiiU tor,4UHpkiaaurw. o'11 they.are I and w* must bar pure air
their lips aunt any
DRY LAW FAIISh 10111. In *. em wonders how gutting ant and good anal. and If w* fire Urine
tnforn,ad that they are i
wh a volamo of traffic could. IM. On OIr the most wbotbenla4eepeets ask order ooniiUionn. whr WT find our
bandied In Alto* without tko nd of prates caadWoiM .ndprohibition of their' lut*. I wanno you root starved, and our 'M..>*
SO DO THE TENCOMMANDMENTS ha boon the menaad if the "'I".Jrt..r* of the gospel do I
1 bad grew lUhM and tm atop not light soil, who will for the I r Poisoned, we hove a right to ado '
In providing
whist Interest of our ehurrki '
IIItr1M. Thy am rwrtrkrtjona "IlK Ilk care nf oerm'lv and defend nurflfna -
; an raary to barren welts, wholesome 1 plM.* and rwroallnn Hlbl meys: priest voloea In stilled I .h,
It the quad Of our
.
true vf the prohibition for the young people.I
Th am la
the vole of the people will be It there. wee a hundred vtolhtetogether
law. Its deign I* ,od. It to label not be one to gay that
In all I all playlnf below oonrrrtpitch
ulol....d. Toe blackest pairs
j mud- '''' the welfare of tit* kaftan nrohlbltioo ha. railed wba w* '
Continued From Pure On) th.* lrli Than err thing w* has iwbom trying U for only ta
% when tile and with the band ol
tint a
ntfTM blinded t>t such talk They written during the
discos r4 Mil that ll ib4 jpuralliM while the Iq..o."II has '
are thoroughly aroused, more M years voles of (Clod' prophet have beiilt I mentor should bring It strongly ulContlnntd >
and liquor will, net data: One tuned men for tixuHajxt ot yuan.My I
than ever in the history or oar .UllaUBuptone. ( On Pat Sevan)
: drunken driver M a rtty the *ta* .tMliwnl Bible fell m* that win to
netlea They know the the prohibition
should b* *n-
andantor*, the life of kuidr >> a mocker and a dcetva ft would a plant
Uw l< <.n"11,...*... They Inter
.d* .C ..oP.... A drunken aclnaar I deceive u* now Into a backward dewed with momentary CROW Sib
Prow that It I* on* of the main, and STRAWSEaalasn
on aa enirlDe endanger the Up. It would Inveigle u* Into ....t.I license and should cry out I wlth..lryBooks wtsM.aiag. .
hoses of thin _pal... Their oU
live of hundreds of paaaencar A timer up the government In the protest that It wa potted In bad Thehard'labse t ewleasoaeh.J.lar e.riuMenad .
end their prayer go with the man earth and surrounded by polaonoua :trmsg ties pia.w tb.asae
drunken navigator may carry hie liquor biulnon \
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who ban pledged bin support to the ship Mad of people on the fock the va""nl! And nuppoae the earth ....l HMU all we*aa4 atua frt.sace ,
If government ownership *l
,
eighteenth amendment, and who
own"
frunkonnna was bad when people should ray, "Mind your own bualnm l? =of tar=
railroad woe a failure, wr maybe
eb.enee the law la rill own per I.M '
I and 1 will mind mine; and |m ioa bamna
mov* on foot or by animal power. *
DOllar lit sure that a government owner "You :: : .e.a'eh.a'e M vill meow.MTC '
It I* a thousand times worse new the atmosphere should *ay, .Um..,
hip of the liquor busier.* will also >lacer
Tb question Of liquor control I* that the whole nation I* moving Uk oars of yourself and I will) ..... wokdtyeranrl :;:: t
not a pew .ne. It ha !been 4 b* a failure It the government hu COT. .F.e.ed nil t af tnm it
:It would be
wheel What terrible angina take car of "" .It. s.: r
on '
tailed t* top tb ale of liquor, w* .w5.a.r4"iHM
problem with men elno the da1l'aro' : ::
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of dvatrurtion the automobile much like them anemle Ot society .. .
dvllititlon la the first chapter may also bv sure that It will not .m..rhs dalh red pa
would b* without prohibition when be able to regulate its male by *ntrIng saying to u*, when we rain our J' .....-* Mf.,w k.bone "" ,.. ,.
ef the Bible w* find evidence aiNaralot: .
"Tou mlDlntore brw.J.a'.rw(.oe, CM. I.Cai M>.koninilnum
them
In ,
one out of every ads people the voice against'
Into the bualnaw. Such flan
of Its oilstones and *f its evil In. : a tMTOrtout.lo"wo.ta'-TMifi[ s
country BOW awns a car. Tb death minot your own baslnese.. eTh
finance upon m n. Noah out of will only multiply the sea of liquor ::now Iced Ot>!4 a r MT b the nwh ofriaalilKMmwbcnT 11W 1 1I
tile .....n.IN.... of tile Bible, toll W bad enough le It In It willnot and the opportunity for graft That I. Ion Neat w* am doing /" brwain*MM :! .
"b* mad better by putting .. .,11.44: itieaaii e ---
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Planted a vineyard after the flood -- -- -- ....... .. she vT,
liquor down where anybody can get I Who... s. -
not
and II was long after that until
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It with government approval in a
h* became drunk Mid a earN wa i :!= '
brought 'upon one of hit ion be- fw momnU 'time, For Home-Cooked Meals and Hot Waffles wets

v iiuiM of his arunkennre Merry are saying bat prohibition i ..nfuI tuna.mb
Come "Ir
John B. Oough *ay*-"Every I* a felled". 'l"he'olllllr u* e ,

j moderate drinker could abandon that everybody I* drinking, from I ,mtrmt.....,,,,8raoror.Yin",cdlr .

t, lilt intoilcullrig cup It h* would; high whool age up They are saying .... from G-

i very Inebriate would It ha could". that condition are getting i THE HUB CAFE rue SmWbo'f ad b.rrawben7

That I* the trouble with strong wore every day. Graft I* undermining :
M conscience of they I tot V.' Krema Vie Mr If. T. )HoOOVRTNET Prop
drink the mr It U soot the firm. the man. awrriuble..r
P .....1...do.....
the only thing t* do
01 Its bold become *o that at lut any therefore I ,s.ono.}sae ieidy..rtety h aerl ea one '
I' )ran to Into delirium tremens In I* for the government to take over Wt ha.lnnaoww e.deoywwbw.W .

their erne for liquor. The mar a the sale ot liquor Some of those I ....TM ,':.. ';j' (..o qWe alone.......u..t.

\ man gets, the more k. wajit Men people who ar tailing u* that oar ; ..."',.ts..d. Thee tab a ice ade_but Was t11

. have been know to one vanilla young people are ruining their live I AUTOCRAT TIRES Ire,.Ism KM bit iiailt wade HMCI 00 4.uhra MU 1 meet M"b.rrm aMuurej a.. fl

! ritract Jamaica ginger, and even with drink must have forgotten' McCLAREN 1 1-2 inchrt irouii iW in...,1,foaled seal
l li.hrful l/umun end darer a old fuh-
the alcohol off shellac In order Hint they were ever young I have I'J': wU ttfmvtiirf They sal M net sad
i to satiety the craving of their uppetltf I I not forgotten hew condition war are guaranteed not to blow out; not to stone .-1Ou they iveuiiv silt bat tin MOMK ea
...
law mat kuhw nan Mr
I when I wad a boy. My father WILt bruise; to cost less per mile. Let us quote fonr-taia bci.jOII....buds Mrs a...u,bo 1
; a deacon In the church and superIntendent counted. a*t knl Gvl1 fret ....,ma' alma 1

I, make Wh.neor their mark men In the bar world triad they to In the Sunday school but prices to you.WALDIN'S. rwiM lachta.aa The*'bunsowwemms"'iwu: JJ:; ..M,'

w* never. gave a party In our house bold! the b.a btttin.f..f.tin crowd =Pr. ,f ao '
I bevel been driven to put a curb on GARAGES. molt crick. tai ;
, that om* boy did not bring a "hourr.r.N nkw tilT, .Mitto I .
theft\ appetite, and discontinue their (: at COLD .;
flask with thorn and many of them The uMnalunt eta t II ID
use of alcohol In uy fo.n'l"h.* E. First Street at First Avenue fnf/* r M oof wa'm who areprnpmy
.
would slip out between gamer t* .ware i..1 sa s ..toe mahaf mposs. j//,
I niiwat man who vr lived auld, tk a drink from their bottle.which Dodge Bros. Motor Cars Sales and ServiceAll .af aat.al Tea tlow.A fotai arill bang .!
'Wine I* a mocker, strong drink la the please to ran u promo ale w jo*caa ha.s "
was hidden outside My Makes Repaired Washing Polishing oIol.ItIcCJiI- ,
ragtag; and whosoever I* deceivedther.by t..04I
I I* Dot wlaa.. Proverb fathered not know this was being 7l Tom WWII to eo.lo.otiac with IN ,
I donu>ut t did. There wee never Mete Pie TO.CM met r'to'!
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1C:II It mock thorn who drln.1n \ I '
., fnWo daasce that was free from ,;;;;.Mamu..w. ._____rurr.rwMMnrrw."' A ureaWt. II 4Goid)!....".dl I .oo --
endanger the Uva ol the guilt; th.a ani :37 Si. ("'of M>kkP>|K> .rtw.A .
milt ,,or liquor manytunes '
and tb" Innocent alike, said brings iO'lUJCelJPlMn1H weYo t
about th" ruin 0? many a man who rjghu ooourrad. I don't think Door and Window Frames $ they young prepla of today fare any TOO lie1 GoldM.ew.th $1009 SI
thought ha could control his desire Door Sashes and Screens all ( -
for It wn' than thorn of my day. I I Spatial inn Soy Tool binifrrr: w

I'! haw boon on hundreds of church All Kinds of Cabinet Work -llMO la4 Gold'.Was wiik I J-... \ sin
'rh" a>a of life la cluttered with pertain without the slightest aim of 2JJS.tc'M al Mulch Pa_ ;;
\ the wn'i>ka of nation and man ISrCtfdnaf Pl.nnns Tool Collect
my drinking being don, other than
LeROY NOVELTY WORKS cauloluc aim M Imaiael neahncry ;
I who truio, bn Intamparat I (coffee and water, but the thumb tke onciMtiea kW Gold w.wberr.M:

I Abraham I Lincoln was an earnest of my day, never even thought of -. N. E. Srooml Street, I Blacks Cant ol Depot ttlm rnlt. auiina Maw Fnuu,sod a ale pas sfF ,

d'o.I.| of Utmperanc Total ab- '' providing entertainment for It* HOMESTEAD FLA. na' \'IW .Y'COMPANY j J.,
PHONE 11
I Hlnntdfrom, both liquor and to- young prop)*. W* had t* go out, boo Lid>.No a Ouges 10.. .... ,

I'.- 0 mi part of bin religion In ----,..."...,',." .," '." '." .,.........a."u..nwY..w.. ....".".::..".w..w".,,, ----..-- --- ---=====-- ,)

v..ly w .y ho tried tn help other to '"
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find.) out the Safe water way or ... .)
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i.till. itliatlnrnr HH dotc'eled lo- .. I. ........ !

ha and nerd to> I'1"ad with llon- 9 .'. '. .
erne Drxnl to Sloe II up ';tent
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net 1 defended Its use and prnrnlH.1 -

.1 .. frlond. the great heart<-dpr.ild.nl i

I that when the war wee i

ever hx would give II up. L.ln-

ooln Idea or tvmilr* did not !

m. .in Imlultlnff even moderately In I THEY HAVE TO GROW 'i

what IM dangerous Ma onion dr- ,

r.n'd temperance a* moderate j
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taw of that which I* and .1

atiHlnaiup from thnt whkb. *''II.'j \ I'

H* Said: "Drtnklnr wktor |I I No matter the kind of crop you are raising or the kind of.x R, .

hi make. wife a *man widow.alck"err la debt, nor soil it Is on, you can be asssured of a good growth and a satisfactory -


A.t a banquet in Now York during, production, if you will apply the proper plant food. Ttfis

the visit ot Dr. Lorant. the ftraa

.ron h* wa reported to have can be done most economJciJly! by the use of

said"I cannot .., that I am a

mporanr agitator' but I am *

.vron. My success '",.,nel. upon

my brain being clear, my mercies REDLAND BRANDFERTILIZERS m

term and my nerves ""ed,. Noon

tan take alcoholic liquors wltb-

out bleating those physical power A MIXTURE FOR EVERY CROP AND SEASON I

Which I must hoop always an ad.*. .

A* a surgeon I least not drink," I '

Tb* jtmarlean natk has art out

to do for the nation what the mat We carry a complete line Apply a little Manganese I

man *t all am have discovered Feeds Insecticides ,
of Seeds
they suet .0 for themselves it and harvest more dollars. \

they WON t* do their Mot In the etc. :4 ;! I

world. Ry the noble experiment of -

proklbltton our nation has sought) '

to keep lilt pbylel Power or all ,-

its lttmn' from being Wonted byInwmparanr

*" ao thai their kindled FLORIDA EAST COAST FERTILIZER CO.

inuarlr* And nerves may tw on

edge to render their beat service to

their country pad Their Mlowroen
In their ella tin or work I! FRANK a RUE, Manager #

I tit thl* mechanical see la whkb I

w. live how 01111 anron doubt tint

I seed" ot rack a provision for human Phone 16 Homestead, Florida.r.


; Who welfare the* traffic prohibitions 19 II -

were. placed |n Miami there wr

ends; who rallied easiest gnu

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..-------.- Revival Note .nhooi everybody. wu dallctlta41 Tonight a loud a.-k.* wtti tx cdeer\ A.*<* at Mda-waro, the
and ...*..... wit to .0460." et the slow .f *..***ldex. tavvnt I* tturUe, INto .
HOMESTEAD Tto inr0Ct4rfsitty the the -b.- the results at t'J\p W rhMi d after sarong ale and ) .
Much tet.r! t wa ...*.,. tip Ml ic ( I
tarry party at the M. ft Church, ....... war hilt .a> that "f Mr. okMitlon.Br7Bd lodging to tra.elerp for nearly IM
.
fhuttht Under MlMol !but Seeder teed Mr*.. Mow M. Wka, eo... )- i* Invited tv com.'. er .
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pond *f tfco "'tll. mother acid -- -
when Oio-Ru Ho Duncan Gray -
P.:. T. A. mad "taffy right' before the whole IlK chU'lreo. all alttlar toarther _.__.....-...._..-._................-....-..-.--........., ,
school or Mesa the tld acholara. Thor w..* given a BIMe by the
M......."'.........., .......""..........".................. Then ..bOIl. big DOT of taffy oaadydtntrlfeutiMl I ohoralr. ,
By Jimx T. Who. 1Iuptn..1t1'J'tII. was to the whelp i The mo*'* greeting at 4 p. M eras' Seed Potatoes I )

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City fefeMtaTl.e you. We M|>*ot yon Every meat- Hn.ia.i., wa the first NonenilKi. drat and throughout lh.. MMOU w.' ,,lll be In i 1 t
school .U the largestop.' ln. Will b* enterutniiui and la-i po.k r and then Mr Otto teHwda position lo ircr KilRi'ivo I'rcd Itllht bird Mlles KIlROr*'* Moeobtes
I
ere.tlve enterprise In modem 110I'.ty. HUe. Will hair bred '
klrurtiv WIlL YOU BR A WKMBKBT frankly' to the mn as theirmothersInlaw flair tvmiflrd BIlM and Orlart 4
(' Its hlfht>it sucrose demand*1 I : mould have dose. night apaulding lto e. aha Hilt-rtrd and Certified UpouldUig
that many popl work together, In time .......t Kotvrabur Uth 1
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full harmony and mutual understanding -
T.arhln. children I* t I 1 Kilgore's Bred Right Red Bliss t

r enterprise, mat the I Dawson Feed & Supply CompanyBRADLEY'S Packed IT well ventilated hundred palled era*'*,, "which
child luffer I If the tack I* regard.ad bu."d .
skinned
carry to customer ulthout being brttlovd. or upKtlcar
either by teacher or Vacant .* I FERTILIZERSAND
primarily rMponiiblllty of the ...** Tired Right Red pita send potatoes. are grown I
thr raMnl-'Jtacber Awocia- MANGANESE from parrot mock that ham taken mM at careful l field selection I
Lions ok to elllllOwolie methods to bring up to hurheu. auallty. which means It to 1.4% greater
and principle which, will nmbl* USE AGIUCQ FOR nnrrca TOMATQMfiPHAvuiQ yield, fren.M from dleM, class. smooth tuber*, fee from I
prnt, Uta her* Mid art' ether AND rsnsa MAI-MUM. nUxtur Every tuber a Bred. potato of the highest Duality,
rl la.fta to. work together "ntlna' Bu -ittd and arab unequalled any*her*, and the Carl that It will plant
JWaRow
surly for the improvement of all load Warvgwseo eft further yield more. make It the rheapt _d that can be

foiidltloiui which affect fhlM Ufa -.. -.. --- --- -... planted: I t tKilgore's
Every oltlun who ba children In I IICll
Red Bliss
shoot,, or' employs graduate of --I Murphies
chueU or who vote In him dally <<'or,'. Mar h4... are the under and ovmlaed, slightly j {
llrl>rulict< hoe excellence and NEW SHIPMENT blemished tuber that hers b*..n traded out of KU,or ', Dead /
rot depend so tho-arihtlty of work Right Rod lilies otherwise. they an UeaUcilly the same thin*.
which iraduate* of school art ableto REFUGEE BEANS: all good. sound splendid wed. tork with the fired Right bloodIn I
do .In a bnflrlry of th. school I them Pecked In IO pound .....*.
system and should thl j
mpport Writ of wire for prim nn crate. tied or carlod
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chool Hr m by Manning metabout '
!lie work. alin, and Idi-nli. I $14.50 per BushelPure t Let u* our iat li>(.
The moat affective way of doing .IKiiG I
this. \Ie by joining your Parent- !' Flowers of Sulphur for dustingBeans I I THE SEED COMPANYPLANT

Teacher Hume Anocltttlon benefits Im"eellatt'IY'1 you derive i i I CITY FLORIDA i
front thin fm'a bu listed I a follows: HECTOR SUPPLY CO. KOMI, OF T1H: ltltl.l>, lUCIIT bERlIio..nuuuntuunuuuuwuuuuunuunuunv,
J. Vuuh. a tIIMtJnl' enables you .-.--..-,.....-...............................-....-..-...-

la rbool..twoomo Its Clinchers aiiiualnted and with, the, ._ __ ____ _0. ._ ._.________.____ .__. ____ .::::::::::: ;;; -;.;..:...... ''
Its work
thug IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUlllUTAIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlIIIIlIl111111illllllu lllllillllllllllllllllllllfIIIllllllulllllll1Umuuuuuuuumuu! unnnuuuunuwuuuuwauunIHhIuk ISI
making possible a more Intelligent
treatment of complaint and
from time to time by the pupil
.. t. It ".cbl parent. to cooperate -
more Intelligently with any
.Mt' methods the school authoritltlM I I
arc Irtrodiiolnir It glens parents -
tile ai.urance that their help>>
.to appreelivtud and erl'e tlw.
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I. Community betterment I.
won sure of achievement from this
salon of home slid fcchoot.
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Ram' of the Mme.nta( dorlerd by I jI
tile school may be listed i. follower I .
1. No Improvement In school
conditions )III possible" until S strong = =
public oplr "n approve it and demands -

I. NO It pnrxnt can b.. enthu.Uiitlo
and Interested In school Improvements .. t
nnli-> ho know renditions
and potMllilllty for .
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t. The united inranirth of a tt9t\\p
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of perms tp and teaelwr I* 'Arne...'
the tr"tMfth of an oraMtiw w I
composed oxMuiilri' >ly of .i hep.1L caPut
I nu *r t..lMre.
l WeToaohsr kayo. all" .r Of beot Pattl\t.


) -.- .want...-.t....*.Anochtlon-rank-fu.- It to--offs join.-f----* In*f,bade the We UrnrtW County need-. the SUN to work for you I


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smooth shave room of the house If you desire. It's all a delightful actuality the minute you install the M

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installation simply forget about it! Hot water always available-always yours to use ain

"n 20 N. Krome Ave. s copious quantities with the turn of the faucet H3S

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};J You will appreciate the convenience of this amazing invention. More and more peopleare ". ....5

'! .. profiting and economizing by installing Solar Water Heaters. Let us tell you tho ,

NOW modem -
Interesting facts. /

people apply == *** : SOLAR

this partsiticido- + I Solar Water Heater Co.: /' ,- ,dater heater


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Ell TffiEOMESTEADUM! FROM OUR MAIL BOX 1

11iblli>rd Twiiday and Thaw u.YW.yr-N.w.M.MrwNY. WMY"Y/LM/MMMYwMMVMM.M' '
lay* *l HomMtmul, Fax, hf MMHnulli Every purchaser of anew .
{ lladn PaMMtlaf Cav I IVhat the Needlework Guild Does I ;,

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BrN; Alt('II FoR .. fxtlUMM The object of the Needlework I or garment will be sent to time ,
.. I mild of America la to collect and Needlework Guild of Wet PaJ:1II1 I Ford is entitled to '11 \.d* {<

Eaterm.U ercosol BUMIOIJIHM dlairtbnt new, plain, suitable gar- Beach, and the net of the garment ,
I*.,. ..,, at the t moffl(.. aiHnmcaMWd & mont. tn m**( the need of aoBltale *- wail be taken to the branch Of the
Ma. owfe lie art pi hme and other rbarltte cklldrM home at Miami Your i I Free Service
March I. 17*. Th* annoal contribution of two membership will be a tmavCIt Inspection 'i:

or more now arttale ot waHni Wont POll dear reader, report .
woe.-ew.wrew apparel or hounebold linen or adonation I* a director. a moody can U rot
TUB UuADKuV* CBEEDWe of moo**. 'MaI.- mamtenMp kaow *f en*? Or..... a not for the first 1500 milesJ 1'
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bellev In 8 '. the In a .branch Rveryon maybe with our llbrarhtn Mr*. Bow Or
fcrtland jptetrlct and Dad a member jut say ",u.*. Bow. I'm now one

Cousin ....... of the member of the Needlework
Be a Join on your own Invitation -
We b.Uv. to this reglon'iraeaate Uont Halt to be asked Guild". fh* will be delighted topar
future "d tW .*<*.. to do a hind act. this on to a director! Thenset -
Uau,'... The garment collected .by the your garments ready and bring J
i We halters In *u citrus tnttttoduatry. R dland Needlework Quill will be them to the Woman club house b' .Ii't
November ..
IU avocado Induitry iud to cloth the children of the Thursday afternoon
Its tomato Indiurtry ttl Hob Redlnad District 'who are out of and have that Mtlatl'-d recline "/ ; ii
dada land. Its awctt-cnuUloA school because hey haven't the "I helped put Ibis ac......" .-4.

Pine land and lu qualification proper clothing 1'11.11.. donation A Member of the flutist, ---, .: ,)
M a regular Promised I.....

W. believe 14 our professional .1"

smog, our tradeemeo and our Tiff modem kntomaJblU t. flea peetiea Scrvieo M MO, (

r buatneM meal and V*. bellows SMITH I a finely boot p oc. .t. ..... 1000>> cad 1500 minim ,1.1
la U"Jr desire for law enforcement -
and olvla Improvement cnJofrr and H will stand a Chadic katary "
hit of...... c-.Iderbsc Check .
foaoratar clWgm net "
W believe le will *
oar pe.f ep the work it doc h CZ.dk ......
give I"" ess.r sdjsasr.nl t"
.realm* the Udra effort to Duster
give them now, a4verWem.ati Savage ptI'IaIqIyl1u1e ......Ie. Bet Check Carburetor adjawme"s .,

3 and editorial that will bring there lanl a car mad that click UgkMCoel y yCA.nk
isles
,
them the greatest measure *ftroth. will not rat better and .... "
Handles Everything in Powdered FormA aoa4'r .Jbss.
Justice and
kelpfulne loagor it |tv_ proper car*. mass.
W* believe that It .. out duty
Clerk
High-Grade Well-Built Duster flew ImfitlU
to nerve tat publla to the bt The fint few ktmdrodmilr Chock ll
*rlg
fmr
i .( our ability, that w. mod The KAVAOB I* are especially Impor Ck.nge Meta sun ,
keep faith with the pabllo at ta.| IIM_.. that b when Labrlrw..Awls .
fro running and '
all time*. and that U do a* w. ra. +.s the s net lemmas .f car 1 ati
sots. franking. has year
nut print all the new without no easy.brushes or wiper U being broke In. N. charge .. .-' for (i
fe t or favor or prejudice rbelwr. tel labor or Materials haetdoataloe ?6
Dfonae and
-ot honest publicity beet We" gear parked Ingrvaae Proper anoatIM during this service, exM>pt, ofooome x eta
promotes community welters.A ?mete r.xtow avsa sealed In tkJ. period will lengthen tu where repairs are -<., I
I Lee Me gear ease. never require life and prevail muteeeoaawy
neteaaary through maddest
any attention ;
'JltIRAC"I.f1" iEPLAMNIRD I asmAa Nan abaft run on.weer. trouble later oau ....*..*. or' ...Ieee. Tae only \r

.OWL x Use hall. bearing ITe are particularly ...... Clamp U for new .& '
Recent London dlapatche told ire emend IN this matter because
that a Hotatt. a young Engltahclenturt. Discharge tube See your Ford darter,..
x raised. orlowered W*b.ll... it la oar duty antcJjr
bal found a Method o( IDay6 tberef! and P4 ibis fretInapoclioai
even cmbg fravlty. Thereupon Or.I for low or to make a good ana*. of "
Grace of the Bell telephone tab* high ...Iftl.r trees I mobile. bat to help th. Sews"
at 500
1009
: ;i an that th onmratotftlwitys _
ratorlM gave a demonatratl Sol' $20,00. sUxfld In an *WBO* get the greatest p ot a< mile. Find fey too, bow '
which be apparently. etcompllehed comfortable Ibet the .
upright gas over bM&geat
the Hirer iMt lining two rt I RETAIL :/ Unfa It will c.*t to have your '
pine** position period of time at a ..... ?
cobalt aid, one of which M ad:' car given a thorough ....,-
of
suspended In the air Th expert-1 I Wholesale Prices Quoted on Request rust trouble and over at regular .trl. .
,
........ .f
m>nl was thai Mplalitd: .tbereaftar,
Tfcl duster. : 1* geared vary! high slow franking. gives tilt
SaberThe" I desired dletrlhatloa ol th* ,.1.... It operates ender than any entire With Ford this dealer la view, the A rikteklng-vp by expert. *

atUd pieces of cobalt MM* have hand duster an the marfctt Does not dlocharg* peyote la imdoa ha been organ en e been placed with th. pmittv pole, "ohunM" or "gob**, but thoroughly breaks It vp and duets tperialljrtraiaed oiling and greawfe*
or one vr the positive et evenly. read Ie"r bo IneUatly adjusted from t. tor-ttpound and equipped to **aYW > vtry 500 milte, viU ado. "

the otlirr Th natural repulsion per acre, a wonderful improvement over any duater tine new Model A ear.IVrtbermore uumlha and year,to tbo Ufo

muses the" upper bar to !tmala Built for actual field condition*-feel preof and easy running. ,_ haw lay of your ear and assets naorttannanalealanlaioa
.u.p.nd.d. II will hurt tot year trotted Ford
Dr Onu Mid Hut h* did not 1 very ..
know what method the British dealer to > tie .. aomble metoHefovoryaailey ;

scientist had used, but gave hi*I tiPF('IFWATIONC { Hewing Free idrrre.,

own montrMIn to show on.l ( "IM"-H..y,. sheet metal; Drone and skeet greed *1u- :', .\'
way *( apparently defying the mlnum fan and housing; rubber moods, ball .bearing .
of .,.,,1',. Which UlUHtrat '1a"1 throughout; nicely FORD MOTOR COMPANY .

almost anything Can tm don Hopper--Capacity T te t* She, of poison, depending oa denatiy.Clairyhkf .
one lutov hew.HFAP ..
Brood and for tall abort scan ---
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__ fltrap*-- adjustable -- -- -- -- --- ---
Elbow FuraUhed with each danger. Without extra ......
(' FLYING RCHOOIJt
I Wohrht -When empty It pound ; 'ft'racked :
According to no lea an authority i.j" LET us' nlJ YOUR WIRING'
14
1 in rao* Shipping weight, H pbvndi, ,
than Colonel Lindbergh, cheap
tog schools are rwponalbl ro HOMESTEAD
large percentage or civil flf'l U. D. JAODBSE5. rtOBvIM

death, or which no Ira than W. D. Horne Co. Inc. IT. JKrona At AIM "
occurred during the fink :
or ISIS In the ireIte4))
month
JOBBER .. .
Mate, while tit Persons were injured LSUOP'I"'I
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la the came aerie. or aocldanU. -

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la some of those low-priced ACRE7IGC
rhoola. It .ht said that itudent are I United-Shutter-Awnlnxs :
".,.dnt04" with only about t* WOODEN
hours experience a* onto flyer*. Of LONG U511-.ECONOMY SELLING \ ,
I4IU..... such men can not obtain] rroiut PROTFCTIO f7t t'. MU Business '
Federal licensee *a pilot, hut In AWNINGS
many tatee they are permitted to III HALyNCADiI MIAMI. FIX RIDARanlly NO. 4 Whether row want te buy or roll, *** me cad ten ,<";\ ,

outage lit carrying passenger* eo sell Quickly AdJinWd, From Inside Bumbling talk U _,. :-,
long a* timer do not ero*state lines
colonel Undbergh declare* that ..-.. --- -... .-- B. n. EDWARDSCor.

excessive numhyra .neel' II" may Main Hlgaway. and Eighth, fit. Tal.ia BNO.norUa .
h* expected a* Ions a* Federal In- OFFICE FURNITURENEW at,. Fla. Phew Mt Miami. FU. Phase 1411 aWe
pector have no control over intrastate .
pilot, or until each Mate OR USED -.- ,II
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adapt itandaed a* high M those MOMAND &. MILLER INC. ..
or the federal government coupuna OFTICK otTvrrrKR" i 1
This view to homo out by the !!. a. Mlamt "... house IltOf )(....1;. Fir.Y are prepared to take care of your ;
fact that or the 11} death noted
above only at* occurred In licensed wants in the miUwork line. We can make your :.

and "'a10"tall" flying everarheduled odd-sized doors and window window
door and
route -' OBneiiwrM we"HOTEL i'

Many ot the old plan*, wood by frameo,,'circular top frames, screens repair or t,

pilot who travel ever the country make wood
new your furniture or put new
'te.1l11l1f.I poopl who make a flight
merely lor the "r..n" of It an frame in your auto top. We can make any !"

veritable. machine death-trap left,over aften from aatteuat4 two- r thing that can be made out of wood. Give us a '

war or discarded aa out ef dale.vo trial.
Mat a* the cheap tiring

..,IIDOI and the rattletrap airplane UMPHREY MILLWORKS SHOP
are allowed to fuaction. w* may open aH the yare MoeMe xr ('souse, ban UPI

expert< t. *** a eontinuane or the Rwopewa plan ;very mom Nevada 13 S. W. Second StreetNovember
dtavy toll of Uses for hlch they, -r
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that willbehvlpfuL pkftro which M the words .f' the fcrd _w MM means *i thy day '
I Mr*, rook spoke *f good that aIadgallW. is it "WOO.. *. aft** tomorw. Ttmr kit .utraMadtrtkitla > '
In and round I could b* Seined la reading WWI wHk skirts *hrUfthaa '

I : : lure Intended u kelp rate better A sew tip* of walk, a aw .setof short hats smeller than email
!
It hlldren OhIW WMar Magaaln. Mtar and a aw attltud ta and the IIllhplt of beets on the %UPpers -
I the orriBbil argaa *f the ..-'1'. A. ..*.d.* for the wearing of ultramodern J
Homestead : was highly racommandad cloth, according to Juan
'ti : t I Music was furnished by Wilma Crawttrt.In I W :
... IIId Mwjocia Cooper tad Roberta t r ____
'00." lllHUlnc Daughters" "ADJ9
!fr" min. I I Hare. Ooinonolltaa picture made for a tin tfie 1'kA' [ '

l 1. mil Mm John B Tower New or used .. ,
r I garments sent br "" ..-(1-M. which will b. ihotrnThnndny 1----------- --
;" were dinner tweets *f Mr and Mr..I non-member! will b* Itully ** *pl. I Social Calendar tad Friday. Miss {'I"/IW- 1f f USE MANGANESE

+ '. .' I. P. MaLean lust Tuesday evening ed. ..------- -. .....-- .- ---.
II" In .honor al the birthday of Mr anMr ewe.e.e.The I
H mtad Harden Club will
.? Plttman- ton John FUtma ALL-ATATIh CARD tl'B TO mt Monday No. it. with Met
LEATHER
"d l'el..all. 1XT OrHdJU 100%
THCR&OAYMr John Booth. *a Thlrfl avenue N.
31. ...... R. C. Loveland who ha W. at I P. n i
,'. Mr, Carl Held of Langvlcw beta awing chairman of the All- The Ad Aatra chapter Of the
".., plan U leave soon to Ut a sister/ State Card Club since Harold Roberts "taieraliar meet Tudty oye.. Bill Shoesi
; In C.llf rnl u returned to college announce tog In the "....1110 halt Town-
l: that there will be a reorganization The All lutes Card Club m et.
4. Mr. an* Mr*..l* O )4pn. boa end Of the club and that aw officer Thursday at the Wom..'. Club !
'' \' dangbtere Iekt4bwods.|* top iyn will b. sleeted at the beet meeting when new officers will be elected FOR ALL TilE FAMILY \

.( HIM*. M t., their l former horn*. MrKmeraon .n Thursday. Nor I, at tilt Woman's The lloidiy Bridge Club will
)
: wilt WM money' order Club "1I1W1n,. Mr. Loveland met November II at the horn at HARDEE'S SHOP
'; ,i; citric off tilt I'f4meetesuf Vast office I* leaving tin city tot a tin*. Mr. and Mr.. Lee Lehman.

'." ; won transferred to gyraouaa Th Woman'. Club recently. The American Legion Auxiliary 2-4 Alsobrook Arcade Homestead, FU. t
voted appreciation of the effort kill give a benefit bridge PIt
: !'< Mr. and Mra.\ Robert Grleabach of the club .la providing a regular Tuesday evening. November 11 at ..- --- ._- -- .. -- .. --- .--- I

: haw returned JM thai lr Florida City income welch> baa a..tod In the I:SO In the American Legion halL
horn *ft.f standing the Hummer payment on, the elub noun.." aaldMra The Rain or Shine Club will b* r

't-r with their *.a.In........ and daughter. lowland." 'BMldea, It pro- entertained at luncheon by Mr*.
Mr. and Mr, Vincent K"lIo10 Video' a place of entertainment for J. L Batrhelnr on November 14
Martini! Parry, Ohio. visitor who play bride and for The rjona will entertain the Stmf.tatt
other who do not play regularly other lions club of the county at
: The Rev J. O. Murray; -formerpanto Aa an advertising medium It I*' dinner at the Country Club November i

:A; at the M B. Church, Eolith, goad for trngr may be enter ...
f-: of till city earns to Homestead talked there and meet the local The Woman Club of Homestead
today t* vot. Mr Murray who people wclalty The club should glue*, a baaaar and candy into on TONIGHTRENEE
have the continued of the December I.
support
i now has a /Mtort* at Boynton
r wilt chamber of commerce! civic club
his lows th..to-oll.
says n
tor Haov ri and those who an Interested In I II A ADOREE and CONRAD NAGEL
helping to promote the octal life the Seminole ,
I In our community. It la to bhoped I "THE MICHIGAN KID"e
L .
F. Matthews who has beta MtM: .
h:1m-"ir..ii;; ; pert-.oTl-:
working' in vY....vpBlm Beach ands that old mcibbera and newwill I i
b line Do.I."Tho Michigan Kid"n.ade Aftnt: "Ii rTPRTHOPY HAt"P'Y"-t CHAHIJ-'Y: CHACK 1
on hand Thursday at Ip
/ his son, arv wbo I I" attending theUniversity
s t, of florldo. at Clatnvlll, m." Into a rnatlonalmotlon| plop COMFY AND! rARTOOfMILARIOCHLt j
i taro by I7nlrral will be shown ... .
,
i' spoof The week-end, In Home.t.. ------ -
P-T A. again tonlchl Conrad Ncl and
They clayed otill this morning 8TRIX8MTHAIIINd I .'t: lUN: AY. :NOVtMJIF-R t
OP Renee Adorn hw the stellar rotes
PARFPfM.!
.
eo ).II'' Matthewcould vote.
At the P-T A. meeting ThUrsday The .t.ry take pluc la Alaska TlURrUI.1CHARLIEJUURRAY
during the gold rush of '.. and 1sreplete
Mr and Mrs. WJnfleld Webitrw aftirnoon, the chief speakers
with thrilling Incident mcl-
meat Sunday at the horn* of I were Superintendent Chas M.
lowed by a beautiful lo"*. In the
Fleher Mrs. "DO YOUR DUTY"WITH
Mr and Mrs. Julian, K. Webrtr John Campbell, president -
supporting rant are Lloyd Wblttock:
'"' ; of the County Council of ParntTmirher1 DORM DAWSON M'CIEN: UTTUEPIELD AND
;;; Fred F"m.lton Adolph Miler, r
t ENJOY :n*H Auoclatlona. and CHARLES DELANEY k
,,r+, AT C'APfl81..... Mr. George Cook, second vlrtor..ld..nt Maurice Murphy Virginia trey and
rick Palm Irvln Wlllat dlrwted AI>l>":.ftWBl-STTFK.,tllixa UP"-A 131'STFdt BROWN
0 A group Of Homestead faiqllle of the slate auorlallon (
COMEDY AND NEWS
,," tale fry ,0Jir Vlftnt{ *I>oJf* of th
I ,', IttlkMii'y.A5*, men went'w-Afie early to I work"a f th* organlMtlon lno of i "1is to l.ull'lI." a* the Ovrmaa -.:. ...... .

,\., N.I4lIt'th. fish and th* worn,,n and the thing that could b* done comedians used I*. say
children through their "ffortn.Mra. Patron will have an opportunlly -
termed In time t help ,
i 1< '"" do the). trying Campbell. trued the Importance : Wednesdays night to. prove that Dawson Feed & Supply] Company
a rood laugh I* better then pill
"k Adult In th* patty worst Mr, of parent.* training themselves -
,,1: '" '1Ie1........ Charles Kucha J,.. for tile great task of buildIng and lave tN ,hoses Ire.! of 11.11111. PURINA FEEDS
of She flesh a* welt O. the ..plrlt.C'1lI.lIo .
a*
T. Charles yo*.t. 8r' Mr and Mr. rllltena. the mid that If It I* Murray will .. In dork For Cow Mule Poultry
.F Fred Redd, :\I,. and Mra TruraaaBo necessary that only trained t..b..r.II. .
, : .. allowed to teach In With the luttaJL First National pic- POULTRY AND STOCK RFMXDIE
B. M...; Lena KntwlM, Mr. our schools'
ture, 'Do Your IiiUy1 and I* guaranteed -
and Mn. Tom Faust, Mr. and It .ta even more necessary that par- HOPPERS BROODrJW SPnATTR*
.
to chaos the bu 4cvll; from
Walter ,Kf! on. Mr. and Mr.. Leer nu receive training The ParentTeacher AUK ABOUT OUR SERVICE
,J! ,.. I..hman, Mr. and "' .... Frank Skill Aworlatlon she ....d. tai:'the vicinity with eclat.William t
Deall.lln4', noted Laic Row
organlaed to discuss problem of a remedy Warehouse Oft FertAu- MHlr4
.. t. 'I director, did bin duty on thl t
lUIrIIlWORk: DISPLAY parent and to offer siggveUoesDr.

'# J"" : TO, BK HELD THtTWDAY.Tha ,
branch of the Needlework
R4y4
:: M. A. Berger
OafkJ, of America bold If*
reception and display at I o'eloe c DENTISTHonrat I
!" Thursday, November I, in the
I:SO to 4:SOrvnUuci
tNOfln.to..... Woman' Clan. Mr*. I
..".. :of'i >'. I*. Cormack, superintendent of I by appol.I .-" I Clothes CleanlinessClothes
.... -"
.
r 'at th, ktilldrto Dome In MWinl.. will I Flowwu. IMuarstred I
blithe speaker of the afternoon.
.

n t.; Dr. Carleton Vaughan I

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Dr. R. A. Shine Dentist
John B. Tower, H. D.XRAY Off Ire UI .. Miami Are., Miami
.1' .
Trn year on Stan Hoard of
: Examiner*
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PROW 14 I Bn4 work at reasonable print
lucre parking. I

1- sent to us for dry cleaning are returnedto


rA I DR.E.J.MABERRYCHIROPRACTOR you thoroughly cleaned. Hidden dirt as well '


> Honni to U and t tat Fmilngai ....,-ll,I as surface soil is removed by our scientific

iii N, Krom Am, Homextewd Over A P.

_- _. I cleaning process. .


Home I Ii Phone 560-M and we .ill call for your clothes, and deliver

,Turner's Funeral them when cleaned e


srr:RIOH sEnviCK: A/ NO ORKATU COY I IL f

Only tlori.la Vormwl cnbahwr between I Ir
Homestead Dry Cleaners
mouth Miami and Key *e 4 '
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24. lou Ambulance Service Ii A. S. DAVIS, Proprietor

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LEADER Tuesday November 28II
Page Sit. THE HOMESTEAD
reY y .neirll e>r 1
head TIM..u-n- metal cloth port of the Mam 01 BoothernM team rMulCNiv" from JPttltan'i
lend floor admttwbly to a tailored .<.lc* and Central America WMplayluc watching the top of another stove
MEKLy'.FASHION ARTICLE effect MM the aalUbmto ot the I fame with the .... t houbJI upon which there wa a Shaming
oft draper MM aobtevsd br the teapot,
II velvet wrap. I Ckoutrhmio was fleet atlllaed fur w ... NNYrwwrw
BYraehlo LUCU.E mUCA fAN t:trull* Dam ExquMtoKventnt arming pencil marklugs and tt bt>-
.
Editor of lUn r'a Briar to have eater been ante "...bber" on the Md. of pea-
(By Special Arrangement Between the Itemeatead Leader lovelier AM they UI rorMnlrrr a I,ells Till dloravery of till a... Food Facts
i and Harper1 Betar-nrwrlght, IU7) ...._ part atII; ev"nln* ....- futiiec wen d .......
-- '"' sembi... They must do nmelhlojr\ a Clergyman and a rlwimM.A .
Niw Turk Not --narryln the Iiolor framed the wearer's store than otter a receptacle for Itttlit more than ID* yean ago Duo halt pint of In rn inraatHliM
I Miwtnbl Idea Into the evening|, mot tln / and d..r a Iowa kerchief) route and HtNftick tIN rubber Industry had It* tint .* mu..h lima M i K
mod. In fie ta,'t in present '! note of rlrllll_. Then More are They come hi"eaq."lt.. crmtton, of mall beglnnlnf when a Scotchman )IUUB<|II ./ hmul, ( pouml of
day furhlonn And It U uudMtlablypUanlnK the lovely dahlia, end ruby reds r towered ad !brocaded fabric In named Mackintosh dissolved swat or *H panels. nt .
iMMatmH.Imitliic
to tlf eye M have ."*'. ;lend deeper wines, yet, and the getd and liver, In rhinestones| and rubber In laptha, creating the
Tteee I Jeweled waterproofing trails Mackintosh ( rWhfrm, nm\ kits of
MI "leg things bear come taint" r* ..American beauty Pl.II, petit point with lovely
Id.llo" in earn other Very lovely' I are all extmniAly good ehadre for I mounting This. M an evening ac- to Mill the name for a certain kind 11_
I* tin- black velvet ennemble, Ircrk evening and are Mr mmptunua made Mwory of rt Importance which .f rubber ralnooat
Into evening noata Klw dlatlnetiA to the W0111111,1118Appearance I* 1111. Charles. Goodyear, who
And wrap matoblnf with a voluminous !up Pure Ice Creaa at
collar of white too or trmln ValW'\.I' and I._ Share llimom and an Item Which had !been experimenting with rubber -
for striking" eontmt Nothing: Rick toned lamra make gorgeous none of u\ can afford to neglect dropped memo India rubber Popular Prices
HnutMirn bhadett fur llum mixed with *ulphur". a hot allows.
could be richer or more becoming evening gown with their tlffnoe
than black: velvet, and this I* Inc which I la the MMBtlal evening not. !I one stay exercise a certain i He cot more than a smell. out o.( Homestead Ice Cream Co.
,
arcldentallr, dlnoovcrd
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eonteitably a velvet, .*ann. A Very Important Indeed are these, amount of latitude In the matter
lovely example ei black velvet elaborate frocks of gold, silver and of on.'* all.... Crepe d* Chino or the mean of vulcanizing. rubber WHOMvSAt.K AND RETAIL
evening. wrap which ( aw at the tally flowered or figured fabric, satin evening andal are often Prom that experiment the ru'bor Hairy p. Wolfe, Prop
.petting at one of the boot New Equally interesting are the dyed to match the frock, or one Industry has frown-frown quit
.
houses this All design. thl medium. co.t'l *. marvelously a* did tb* uo .f
York was a fashioned of mar wear blonde astir or crepe de -wN.wwww wtw ---
.t their own itreaUn Aero the make one ot extremely good de- ,I chine In a banana abode which _._ ------- ,
., back: IB a, wide bund which efcpedHne In a gold and black change should eincily match the stockings --- -
;I <,niilly to downward point at : noire weave, the line very and the** art neutral enough to >o REDLAND TROPICAL CANDY CO.
the enter WM mimlflnnt do1 1:1 and tailored, with a huge with boy color Indeed the banana
sign of told embroidery pearls and of black tax, the deep point I shade In stockings may N wld to Heracmxle Candy, tY).taUsred Fruit, Jelly and MarmaladeMlts.
K cryat.l brad Th. hue whit rotJ' back finished with the antm"'a1 I be. the high point In evening. shades CI\A! STKWAnT, PROPRIETOR
of .I@ to "
whole idea
-- -- The course
i Ibxnand Port Office hone 13M
I imulHt tlr amaR eunburn shadewhich
we are all striving either .
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i to acquire or to perpetuate On.',
ttocklnred legs should match on*'*
r
hand and face. Title I* equally-
true. In too daytime t"* the only I
e eI way In which we ran Justify our PAPAYAS
short skirls.INNNY .

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What hiidShijKnow ; 'The rainy weather has caused some fruit

I to speck, but it is delicious and sweet Also

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_nwwwNlwwe IwNwwNUwwNwY NNNChrlltapher
fine for preserves.: Sold at one third the regular
Columbus WM Surprised -
when he found the natives price, while they last.
I In Mitt pl playing 4h ball that were
s made from the rum of a tree These
ball bounded In a way that exulted J. F. MEYERAvocado
the intense. curiosity of Column'
and his Mlow-Voyalter.
I Tile native called. their playthings drive and Richard road, two miles
'oaoutehoua," which Ntt r.
red to the m tertol that w* now west of Krome avenue
rill ruhboifa ..
. Curtails Click 14>t It swine hut the main '. .
Tomato
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tiE tomato juice eocktatl: lu iirutr I%n' u sources of riunilo
0 taken ill place !is Society In .\ mid f end with orange and lent
other word! "it click.,? ono at sources o( vitamin c." U* SHEFFIELD ELECTRIC CO.Olt
suits the palate of the ditcrlBiuutIng also itill that outs added advantage ,
In proof of this, one woman oi. c.n..4 tunutue I 18 that they are ,
recently wrote about them. "'t e Ilvalabl( throughout the year all| RO A PALM !''t. Krome Ax-one, llummtvad Phone IIII-R
have beta wrung tomato: J, ii.e i I prices 'fhKh are neither prohibitive ,
cocktails in our family for t num our iiiblict to violent fluctuation" .I E( has been appointed Redland District
bet of years and consider them I 10 itli 1 nulu, juice for babies I* mentioned I II II
lelicH>ui and valuable to our health i'iu: by Dr. A. f. HH olColumkh dealer for the
Owl went oa to ask for teientiUclupcMtrt University: "Canned to
for her conviction. mamas !w the moil serviceable intiKorbuti *
for led infanta./ '
artificially
Justified Popularity It i| will borne' l inexpensive tad '
The tomato Juice cotkiul'i popularity ri!.Wi. From the nutritional; I
to approved by eminent Standpoint it may be regarded a* all i \\1 1IEAYWASEER1
medical opinion.: Lat year VVillianf I palatable solution of the thru vita-,
Howard hitch of the U. S. A. Medial i- mine ind should be fed to much .1| 0General
Research Bureau. Mid of toner fonts at the rat of 30 gum peroVr" .. .
Th of the tomato, : ,
toe popularity
: Public
fresh and canned 1 Is fully )JmtiMed N tHT.ny, when, fed to tablet the I and will be glad to give information and '
by our present knowledge of food Juic 'le Simply etralned. For 'I
value, for the tomato I It rich In all mast like to chill the juice adllll"l Utilities i terms to any resident of the territory 'f
three vitamins mil retain them ion it with tall lemon juice south of Goulds. 'I
well when cooked and canned. m aid Worcestershire taue* l laetrettemel Me" 60abtNN1.N I i:
Weight for weight, tomatoes raw or pulp should be saved and used with I .

canoed. rank with lettuce and green meat_la stews or aloAe, ___I W..n..RitaNYNNNNNNLn .- ---- __ 11
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For Family Dessertor BREAD IS .Tl CHILD'S BEST FOOD! I !


Dill you ever hear of too much Bread making children sick?

No 1 and they are,by nature, great eaters of bread, bread and milk,

bread and butter With or without syrup, sugar, jam orjejly| ,.

Party Refreshments .

To Tempt the Child's Appetite


When slices of bread are* cut into shapes of animals with cooky

the pastry department of Redlanda Bakery, and toasted, a child will enjoy them much more than plain

now under new ownership and management, toast bread. -

can supply your every need In this line. We -
Sweet Sandwiches,
confidently give as referenceanyone who baa

tasted our cakes cookies, cream rolls Frenchor are very palatable and enjoyable, and are especially nice for
children. They may be made with such fillers as chopped dates,

Danish pastry or any of the many other delicacies chopped figs, chopped raisins, chopped prunes, etc., mixed with a

we make. little cream-chopped nuts may be added if desired. .


U REDLANDS BAKERY Mother Goose, ToysA


w.Y.PASTRY: SPECIALISTS different-one each, day with each.loaf of


;1\-.' % W. S. MALONEY, Proprietor BAMBY BREAD.w

Opposite\ Main Post Office Homestead ,

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November 6. 192H THE HOMESTEAD LEADER Pa Seven

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FAILS[ I aimrtened under nruhlMttam.Sine oomplei.* and 1"lforll.ro""lIIoot..
IY LAW i these are *ttv.rnmentvouchedforfurta 0o have the Tea OommaudBieata
!

o DO THE TENCOMMANDMENTS boo admitted from them.that, there prohibition It wlU b(have no baa appeal to- other laws traffic are kind Iowa mad of game ta*that. We laws they Know and will every when be CLASSIFIED ADS ::1


tiled to produce In predicted ..- broken and only Imperfectly obeyed BATBt rtaH tuarttok It a then lilttsesast t.erettes

[ bar crisis with soup kitchen Mo-I but that I* no reason for .....po lift*
I nlclpe' ) "flap bouee and other 41*. ping all Uw 9T the Ten Cemmanduient ,
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>;,' trauinn conditions *o common Inimaaon *. Whit w* need ta stricter -
iue' From Paw Two) before prohibition.: i effort for enforcement. When.* I FERTILIZERCOMPOST AVOOA1K) BUDDINGWlU bad
nd tileD should Mince prohibition, Industry In (h. get halt any, variety or ,.....'.t any ....
true key.... way over a hill we don'tback ta eat loU or least ,des .
Work ..........te... No
It like a.tm trilled mate M buying lit ptr cent eanpar. > as
mr bow across down to get over It but w* .y MI hand). AU kin/la of fortlltaar
,' and wake It sound forth mare raw material) hM Increased put on mom powei. Ho with pro- i MterkO Florida East Dan M Robert

.Ie0-74 A.d resonant What a demonl- the value of to product Ito per hlbltlon wo need to put men at tile Cost rertlUcer Co -------- -
1f.I'110. would the rest tit the sent, It. dividend'payment 144per head of our country who believe I FOR SALE UK It by toe oa How.IT .

lylnK _1ft. Tot the other mual- cent and Its annual par roll In It observe It, and dnfonxi II. FOR, KENT"VOH Bti adJUnlnc WhlUker'i

amt"!! Mould be enraged at me. ill per eont. Tb United State It woull K> rose policy to P..r. a Store o* eaet Prim |7'"| one

r weald think all the discord produces 10 per cent of the werU'i man In control who M ha tll. to It RENT: Modern 4-room apart ball cash, .balance monthly with.

re i'ml.'", and I should be to them automobile*, it per fOnt at the and who' though 1I..19..n IIr" Mont, |l per week r, Mat- out Utoreet See K. A. Frowher

a .,, ,,&" So It I. with refortnTke wo ld'. cotton .Mid II per cent of heretofore tr enforce tho law, h.vilooo ., l| a W. led ...... or owner Mre.. H. 0. Stanton. Ill
'' ....rl4.tlll..u the dlaoordrwltb i the world's steel! though w* have all In his power by peminul It0 If N. W. 17th St. Miami

: them, and not Incite owe lest than. f per coot of the world1 'Influanoii and fcivrnn.ijit" auti erxy -

M, liaylnf. population. Prohibition ha failed to br-At down Ito onforannetit. I ACHES OUkDK TOMATO LAND FROST PROOF O.ABBAQIpi.\ ......,

J,' with prohibition. The appe- 10 produce the business panlo that An ci.litlittiietl I'. ilu pltehnd a towerPjUne U enemies eonfldently' ferecant jeneya, Cerelaton Wak.flelda
*(. men are wlunee d llla'ld1 tltt Palo. drive. A. tt Rum.
wr throw the
and prohibition nook; to There has been a net. donna of weight MOIL Nov. 1-10, and Early Flat Dutch, expressed.
[grins those appetite up to the true 1 IS per cent In Commitments to renal or our Inilncnra with tb *eonly ',000 |li 11.000 |l; !.,...
who wll uphold and defendIhm -- --- -- -
For that reason prohibition Institutions In the United 8tatoruakenneM .. Ut.tl. Plant stocky and well
eys law to' w* twltuve It In for rpvfl-ROOM KOU8K: I milw N.
the evil remiltfrem I> dluerdnrty eonduct rooted. COLEMAN FLArTiTlfton
for all
blamed the good o* our r",i, iry and thai, It W. of lto.. ft \ad. Alee I saw
of Inteller vagrancy assault and rumbling FARMS. Oa S 19-tt.
the effort evil moo ,
.
U no i arir for the continuance of tillable land. Pay rent partly In i
the law and trying to have each registered a decline Of i our nation pinrpcrlly anti tinMread work on grove It ......lro4. -----
reek It. If a man drink poluonil more than hair. While there him : GOOD KOHLXn: a C4.MPBELLplauo
o; It Kln/ili>'u of tied nn O. II-tfDtXIB
liquor It I* blamed on prohlulIf boon an Increase in some crime. It the earth.IHOSIEIt'Y'. for oaIe. A high grade pl.ano. -
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If young people drink moon- I Ie etlll true theft the total number Will can cheap If told at r
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APARTMKKT : rumJ bod
!Ii it" and end In a ir wreck It I* ef comniltnu'ixta ha alien off more --'''............_................ .... "..,.... far houotkeeplnir. Lights and
ban one third. By the record Ina.I
lathed' on prohibition and not on pro- 1
water. til a mo. blest Are and
evil drain. on their part hibition line Increased KonerqJ reniract rl
1 in law
Kiim wilting\ to Admit that prohl- for mid thereby II again TV1LLBUY

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ft mrtalnly ha failed to be the Of Every Description j Dank of Honertead. H. A. Came
Ua/nlty producer which many ol In eight dry yean population hoincrvaiwd ron. A... ,.tt.
r enemies prophesied that It would I I per eon. In the Mine j I TENT fOU BALM PIlM II by K. "
lie. Mme atirndunte In grade ecdoolancrtued l Floridan Hosiery Shop i I suitable for any pu........ Made FEEDS AWU'SEEDS

o1M' laid It would Inc,.."" II per cent and In II I'Jinl p'lagh-r Btmri, Corner Of the heaviest duck .0" canvas IUi.IXX>MO Poultry" Feed

drunkenness. and that It I* BOW hoofs CI per cant The ,.tll.Io'' "eel Atmuc, Miami I obtainable Absolutely waterproof VICE: prnsmutcM! ru>m ta rid
Platys bnrAuii of education and practically new Inquire -
ponalbla for widespread drinkn / hone plant. and tree of all .
,n Mpeclally on the part of young lilt college eIIl'f.lllllnt ha* 11011111-1 -,_......-...._.........".."........... I Mack Hardo. llomeitead. kind ot Ineecta Get ono of
But statistics" do bear .d In four fear College N. I tt.KAB131TH .
opts> not USE MANGANESE our handy dual fun Florida
lenbi iina o>eual: l* tlfj thatdr'nking
uU/I./ charge. East Coat Prrttltier Co.
for dale Three CJilnrhtlla
has grmtly derroaeedamong -
1'11. census report on Trimmer
done and a buck estra fine
collage itudunir Commit.
how a deullne: 0: K per vent In
ment of offender under II has dc'naed tock. tit. Short on room. B.
ommltmrnl for drunkennea Thepponenta ,
41 per cent, and In wi I F. Mdtlh-w.. N. I tf.
of prohibition claim that Buy Your NEWT G. BALL
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r. Yo'(' 1ty the '
w number fl 'IItI -
"_Ivln., beeaueendr I
e reports am OK.
roM SALE TIIDIt17.10due :
prohibition melt get drunk time I drupes (mostly youth) ba FIRE' INSURANCE: AND K1K.nnin .
: bill
I for room aaootnmodatlon. -
lit lome. at ...k.. declined Tt> pr coot per .
or iaey or : at Hotel Moon In Jacksonville i.rNKs. NOTARY
arus PLUMBINGSUPPLIES
Thus prohibition ha
sight club. They thus kept off again failed to'fulfill Expires Nov 17. Inquire -
vtretta the prophecy that youth Pt'BMOM.OAF
i and escape arrast Bat Leader
otfle
4hat leaves unexplained the decline when denied moderate legal indulgence -I at ; DOCTJMRNTI) 'Oft.

rof, death through alcoholbim would fly to Illicit oxera. TOMATO PLANTS for HIt. 101 N. nFCTTT DRAWN {

.,Whlcb was 5.I per 100,000 far the Prohibition has also failed of W. 4lh St. W. H. Bl'hop. It
hret yean of 1 11T, aa againstt.l I in this Flowers DWg, Homeatead, Via.

for the dry year of 1WJIi HARMED ROCK -KQGH:, li.8ft.
decrease of HO per cent. More- ettlnr Aim few rocks Telephone - -- -
Now Can Have
/ You! PlumbingDept. K. A. USE MANGANESE
.Yn |. per cent of the Inebriate I I"roecher-:
i aeaylum or "Jug Curse" which l lrodepend 0. IM. ---..-- ---
.. on drink addict for their) 'GAS I Store -----
FOR flAUS OR HKNT-'-toom
(**'lateire have closed since the advent II I t It
house, 101 N. W. llh M
of Everything from nut up.
prohibition.I The honaetjpbeerver
: will have to admit I that, I For Every PurposeAnjfWlMi'e I We meet mail order catalogue ...O... Jfl-tf. ,
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"( prohibition has failed to Inrrraafj.4teunkenn 1 -nvrrjuheroA : I prima Buy your plumbing ; t 25ft
<>M, *' its toes predicted a* you select your groceries, LEGAL NOTICESr

.! Industrial wages held In dry ltlolaledTieHrly Aixvlally ikwlgm-d tank car I clothe, etc.Markowitz. r -

.' 11000.000000 a*'I ha* finale It possible to slip I Tin Xrt'NTV 11'1)(1"''_ .

y'III ln ct |.oOO.OOO.OUO In 1914. The, NATURAL GA!*, "Xaliirr'a and 'OLit'r IIADI-l COUNTY. -is the
Wnrchaalng power nl-v day'a wagvate (7loep eat Furl" direct to your t'IAIt"I' I
An. * a half more now<< than It was In I bur la aO-pmiiHl r llnilcn.. Resnick Inc. IN KK BHTATK <>K ARTHUR C.IWK. right

>0. days nt the saloon A wevk'awagea .I ht* dnnimNlratlon at DKCKAHKHpi : priceto

will buy IK pbunde of 2335 N. Miami Ave TIOV"1.10 ItV MrncK A1/t/1NITHA7vt11 of APPLICA- for a
ad 1 pay
butter In Italy 127 pc b'.1 Homestead Mut nis<'IMIKJI-: \H AII.MIMMIIIMOH .
rem": 150 In Germany; OK THE
r Sweden Plumbing Company .. AIIOVK IXTATH good toothpaste
; 141 In Britain, and eat. ----- -"--- +
PUBLIC NOTICK<< !, Hereby Given .
n the Dnlted .tat.- Yet hour a WEST MOW BY HNICKT that ALVIN W. BUCK, aa Ad. '
'Sloe )f. I ; Kit t will on Wednesdays
.' and I the flat day of November A. U.:
they have born ubetentlallj loll at ten o'rlork. A. M.. or aa
I' won thereafter aa counsel ran behoard
apply to the Honorable W. LISTERINETOOTH
: .... ,,,...Iorr, county judge of Dado
LkGlasll } county. lt'lorlda. for a dltlCh.'rorroA
n his AdminlatraterahlP. PASTE
Interested should take
notion accordingly Large Tub
I ALVIN W. BICCK
Auto Renual System i* Administrator of tM Estate of :
I' Arthur C. llork, peeeaeed.. I 25"

INGB011y ROM WILLIAMS ,
141 Heybold liulldlnr, Miami Pla
Attorney for Admlnletrator.II I
e II. ft, 0 2. *. 14, II. lO; N a.i .
and Fender Repairing
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ryllousewifeIiaGood ....w--
:, Welding Brazing
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I nSlak I HOMESTEAD TRANSIT CO.
Tops and Seat Cow I It I

t en Nickeling I'' MIAMI-HOMKHTEAW: 1. >IU A CTTT 11
Upholstery
I When in need of any
This schedule mbjert to change without notice
I'' plumbing work call r

AWNINGSWork 0imi Ot'1'll' t -rwe HomnMM.1: .:... a, wt, 0 a.ROUTII cry 11.thew a Po-..

I ,n us. We are expertsat .. ....


LET US Wondersin repairing. POCS1' >-!_.. Mlmnlt' t ak ...., I .. oil" u.... If p. .. 0 p. 1M.

Charges reasonable. Aetanley and Monday bug boa iMirUibiMindl at I:" p\,m. aomhboatul >

Improving the looksof All work guaranteed at lliM p. ... wily ."' -

DUCO, a house or stort. See for one year. Use leave Florida Uty a' "U a. m, 11'1 p ML, and 4:" p. M.Houthbouod .

I our samples at office of beware will go W Florida City for tlxumgh paeeenari ...1,. 1i 1

', I E. A. Froscher Also- G. R. Oldendorf i
or Simonize Your Car bit FlorMa City CUiinago for bo ndns enrto-

'. I brook Arcade- Home- PACKAQGUI AND LIGHT EXPRESS CAIlIl) I,)..,,. ;t.!

; -! stead. Miami ttaUoD -Bu* Terminal, II M. a"Keooad"" IH>TeUpoone ..".

'.' ,,".TeL Miami 3-7824 I .EaglcAwning'Co. & Son Homestead Station-RedJanda HoteL

I 14 *. ... Seemed AVOJW Florida City Bt tlon-FlorMa. City. agreed.

1228 S.W. 1st St. "EVERtTl .O W CA VAST Homralmd, ,,.. IMract tvanertliino la Wool Pain Jkw.ia1a Dixie lords Uses. e

, ? 11M Jr. I':, lad Awes Miami, White Cur Motor TravH Barrm to all points In Vnhvd'nuUM,
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rage Eight THE HOMESTEAD LEADER: Tuaiadav, November, tt2Ht

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Taylor Defends Al's Aliens From Germany ".m Owmtaay: Wall U.III; that efUivat
FORD MECHANICS
IM ala and Northern Ireland
Religion Here Lead List of Entries
at Rally 1,He, and the rem Free state D..
lift The total nomtwir .f .nulv*.
TO BE TRAINED
The hiM of UM local ollt"l Wa h.l *ta. D. -oprmaar. aceorttn* to Vie ,..,otl. was IIMl .-
ralliiui took place hurt nl,hl When -feat Britatelisted the Irish W.. Tk o j FORNEWMODELS the Young Men l>' m eratta Club ...... ML In the. member ot Immrtrant M* tat On. fIe'tf' t* ye ar.
of Miami sponsored mtUur at eotertnie the VoU.il But* ------
the Homestead Urammar School III the team year IKMI UP to Time Fur Han* td tears
Dealers Must Send One auditorium at which Oeantf .Hollcl September I*. worainc M the "Whit did mama'* little baby I
Man to School for Uniform tor Robert H Taylor wu the montblr list *f Iromlfratloa 1tIIl' to*** *t tha i today?"
principal *pi.ab rM mad public by the Department of .i learned two kid not to call

Service <. Taylor *poh. on Al "mils'* Slat mpg iwnna little abY'Till I /A'YYrllfrtsri
I The Uft1IIf entries .glees! Farm Jest'nai.REDLANDS .
Absolute tinlfennny *f service. .11 reUclon. H* atd that nobody .
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coeld point to CaUiplI that u ---- --- -
the B... Itself model "A" out and any
model "AA" track I* being mdn had vr bold public aftl.** and
rained by the Ford Motor Company ay that he had raised even. his little CAFENow
, through a plea which involves tin finger against American rustle
, lotions and tradition )fro T.... A+
tralalac In the Ford plant*, *f ten
lob alao expressed his ualctlo) tinder management
thousand **"'(. Mifthaalr The I ARuo 7,004Prescriptions
Ford vniMik plant, and the district that a Republican victory today of Mr. and Mrs Thomas Sheridan
fartorlre have ammed tkharatter would be the entering w.df for

f I* which<>( a if&atlc every bard trainIniKtiool. dealer suffrage reopening lit the the Douth question, with of a aeir con. REGULAR MEALS .. ........... ... .... .....50c

la the United Male la sending one I quent. dinner of white auprem.act. ., SPECIAL SUNDAY DINNER........$1.00
or mora reprwwntatlir 1
This School far service mea be" Luther I* Chandler of Ooulil SHORT ORDERS A SPECIALTT
can with the tratntn of miperlntendeat ('t, O Thompson of Miami, and tfpon the quality ot ingredient -
f Mid foremen .f the thirty Thomas Anderton Miami BRIDGE PARTIES CATERED TQ and accuracy of

its branch plant of the company were other speakers on attorn"1 .. _. oompbundjnr depends the
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In tile Baited State Before, tk* .r.m. )lr. Chandler .. health of the ptt'tnt
,tl04el "A" Ford car wa f.,imeri of this "section would let ..
'd. these men from tire Introdue'j a tariff en their product through You the uf at your
STOP AT null "
store
plants were being schooled IB tile Democrat aid sooner they they because only
the bed *f drut word;
are
word factories Bear Detroit In the aould train the Ilepuhllaana.
manufacture ..assembly,. of the Walter H Nelson, chairman Of and compounded only by
StationIN
Blue and White Service irltrd pharmacMa
IMW car They returned to the the itt per cent l>eiH craUo Com. ,
thl,.,-... Ford branches aid ImmdlaUIr mtttM of Homeelead Introduced
began the training the .akera. N.Homestead branch GOULDSFor
men for dealers la their respective of the Young Men'* Democratic
tcrritorl Club was emnlnd, a* had been Gas, Oil, Firestone Tires, Auto TM .n'ft
The mn com la reI.,.. each previously announced .
group a* large *i the branch pUnt Accessories, Tire Repairs Home***d, FIa..
saw handle coBvunlontly The Xhalr warmer*" In coffee houses
groups are purposely kept omalt, In Vienna art t* be land I cent Crank Case Service Greasing CAM. JORDAN, ]Prop.1M1AWA9M .
IB order that the mont Intensive an hoar.
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tralnlnr can b* (lv n. Each mike I--' -- -- -- -- ---
I* put through the same course .
-''.'n the branch men at :Detroit -
and Upon It* completion I* given
a rigorous rt.mln.tlon This *x-
lamination includes many point
about the car which might not b,' I
,.....OS..red essential from the wtrvltmaac .,.
wpolnt However the
Ford (n..t. knowledge of the ear on the
part of every dealer service men.Kallur .
to make a passing grade
man that tile man has to take the A Complete Department Store
entire course ....1... If h* fall a
second Urn. lie I* sent back to the
dealer with the suggestion that he
...
I'I not considered qualified to give
Kurd service: whereupon, the deal
*r Mod another man for the nexttralnla
school !avielon
This requirement for trained
service men extends to every Ford
dealer no matter how small his
establishment may b.. Moor 4eal. SANT A'S
'ire have sent two or mr men
to the branch training Upon passing -
the factory iamlntttoii) the**
mn return to the dealer shops
and put on t* tile entire shop
orcanlnitkm the Mine careful In-
etructlon- given *4 the-branch Coming to Miami--




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The Oversea Highway I 10:30'II -


125 miles over Sunlit

waters and tropical

islesCommodious to BURiDINE9SArriving


and .

:: comfortable ferry

boats leave each at Bay Front ParkS.


terminal at No ( E. Second Street) at Yacht


Name and LowerAiatecumbe at 8 Club promptly at 10:30 by a

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daily. -the first time flown in Miami.


\ .... You .are invited-cordially.)

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.. HOMESTEAD FLORIDA TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 6. 1928 .. I Ir r

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:; I MOSS PEAT OFFERS Use Oil Spray ROBINSON CHOSEN



, I MANY ADVANTAGES Now For Scale FOR CLEARINGHOUSE :


And White Fly --

Excellent a* Cattle and Poultry Litter SplendidFor Board of Directors Issues Statement To The :

The Trucker Helpful And Timely Advise Grower MembershipElection
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On Control Of These

BY RUSSELL KAY I Citrus Pests of J. Curtis Robinson a. the general manager 11

'f Ages ago before the record of time began Nature wa complete the; organization of the Clearing Houae, except in

.. busy making preparation for generation yet unborn. Todaythe By J. R. WATSON minor detail, and place the Clearing House now in the posi-
'\I" giggling flapper vrUe-crack "Ain't nature grand" take Eatomologlat. Florlds Eaperiiae tion of exercising the full scope of its authority and aim-

another drag on' her cigarette and bear down on the foot Station 8..- "" ....U"""' however, lost I
throttle. Thus merrily she roll along feeling sorry for the Th most destructive |Insect pests appointment of Mr, Robinson t

peer tap that are ao dumb they don't know what it'* .n of citrus are icale-lasects and Citrus ... greater results that that i
al.euL' whltefliei. They, lib the poor are above. The unanimity \,
Indeed Nature U grand but few always with M and art things Prospect which his election wa reach

of.n* pause long enough to give which every citrus grower must ex by the board of director, the

the fact a* much a* a moment's Agriculture Is Pact to light W* bare three. offer : approval given by th* j
serious reflection. W* accept and tin method of combatting them I Coming and the early athuala.

wee, often abuse her generous gifts State's Destiny One. U by *.preaelln1uoarhout 'pon.. of the grower*-all art
.anl take It an' at a matter of evr tree the parasitic fungi which to bar thoroughly .uu- '

...' "lours*. Claims McBride destroy tll.**.,..,. TJ!e jwoiw : Metropolitan tII* unfortunate whop en ,.t 1
,. But what I set out to do was : method U by means of sprays and SteadMarkel and light discord' j,
during
Five a few Interesting facts concerning the third by fumigation.My Good Prices.By ?,* I* thoroughly the Post evidenced few weeks.by I
a aubitanc1 known at particular\ topltf ta' the sea opinion expressed by the
"moss-peat .and the above Paragraphs Seaboard Official Sees and method of dealing with them. d.f Director, which' repr*. I l
" show how ooe'simagindtion The most effective substance thatwe COL. L. elements :
only ge Bright Future For of the Indue-
: lt run riot for no have 10 far for sprays are the That prospects art Including business interests of
reason at all; you see the first FloridaBy mullions this to what wo hart IB profitable citrus .... .t.te. only Indirectly aseocla- I
notations on my memorandum pad mind when wo speak of oil sprays I opinIon metropolitan The Board of Director took i
were a beatify penciled 'ancient J. k Wo never DM a pure oil II a spray Florida to make public their
McBRlDE it would be "Injurious to troo Ihlppertl'ho In
deposits". very a connection with a report 1
Moss peat from the moor lands Practically everyone familiar What 1> aa oil emulsion Water Now York recently. : V in a statement pr*.
of Europe have been Imported for with Florida Teallaei that the and oil are proverbial non-mixers, b y the recent storm for the grower, which U I
many yean, but knowledge of Ita itate's greatest destiny lies along yet by adding a thlrd-iubatanc wo la some sections I* In full. I
many virtues, has remained forth IlI'Iculturalllnea. Florida la primarily are enabled to make what li known offfet by the better Manager Commander of
< moat part, among professional a farming atate. The pro aa ao emulsion. Of these ....ulal.lI.re Florid Citrus Exchange was
remainder of the
florlita nuneymen, or turfmen. luctlon of winter vegetables, cites the ono In most common use crop. the first to express ap. 1
'J
. Now due to the effort of Import- fruits and many tropical and is in general we hare It U. almost a truism of the appointment of Mr,
ere to rides their market we find lub-troplcal horticultural product two Oj.at combining It with the that overproduction I* and to offer him congra
mOIl peat recommended to the will doubtless. continue to represent oil-the cold omulalon and-tn boll- danger than any storm *. Mr. CamiHiiiiW .>ri"..
market gardener, the poultryman :he state' largest business for eel eraulaion. The older emulsions ..Ia. approval.il Mr.
fruit than
and dairyman. /ears yet to e< M can peat I* a vegetable growth anal Such being the case It 1* but one la named after Its originator, ket; requires U bound of the Exchange tendered
which has been boned for egos natural to suppose that a great Mr. Yothera and consists of eight prices aerlou.l,. and pledge of full.
remains in a fine state of preservation. : und railroad like the Seaboard Air Line Founds of whale oil soap two galon cut of ten per cent In .u/Prt ilia telegram and
Hug deposits Franc Ire and would be vitally Interested la Florida's oil and a gallon of water. storm damage la follows i
Ireland.
Jn Germany, agriculture I (n mixing the la first put Mr. Robinson J
It from these eonn- ; particularlllots: soap a good elect on values. .
and ii
Holland view of the fact. :: into receptacle and aho not with pleasure that you ]
tries that .moat o* our I ..porttions *- cent of the Seaboard' total mile- oT, :added slowly, the mixture the grower who loat been elected a* General 1

come.There a number of different are I* located within the state of should be vigorously atirred. It U top lass little reason to 14)t.... of the Florida Citrus
varieties are and the material is offered Florida. The Seaboard baa demonstrated essential that the oil be added la season optimistically and this Clearing letter House Assoeta..
for sale in a number of dif ] Itt great faith In Flor mall quantities and that the stirring the abate a* a whole It U of our I* In confirm
ferent form That being offered ,ida. Within the past few fleas U vigorous. Thus, at first, hat U* total value of a* followsTamp telegram lent to you
s In Florida today, and with which this system has expended .. about a pint of oil should be addedand Increased Fla, Oct. 20
crop wa e 19S8
successful experiment have been upon million of dollar la buildingnew then the mixture should bestirred Curtis ,
Robinson
carried out tomes from the moor line opening up for develop thoroughly until no fro oil creased by the atorm. r Citrus General '
Grow.
land of north Germany and is ment vest ana of :rtile land ODbotla appears on the aurfac*. At each Unofficial estimates : Caring Ilouie .'.. '
ahlpped dry In compressed bale, lower East and lower West additional oil la poured In.t yield of ,000,000 boxes Haven Florida. ,
weighing' from 17f to ZOO pound Coast The Seaboard ba* also should l.arJ: until M fro a fairly heavy crop. Florida Citrus Ex-
each. spent million la Improving its oil can be _n. After the two gallons approximately 11,500.000 ,* congratulate
When Intended for sea In gardening "- roadbed, track and equipment witha -: of oil bar been added and citrus were marketed. : : election as general you maa-on
; the moss la finely ground the past few ,..r.. Probably stirred until no fro oil U Jn orient circumstances II la of the Florida Citrus
while that .lrot'mta.po' Utter rou are wondering"what all of this I 2 *, the water should be added price will be a* high a* : Clearing House Asso
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'for stables, ia* to do with Florida'* agriculture. (about a quart at a .4t.taa bong on. There are, not mill and hereby pledgee to I"
run I* a coarse disintegrated men The producer of the winter I l thoroughly stirred. like 1927-28. At the 't: its unqualified support I
_I. vegetable and fruit crops-all perishable should be soft or. If ao soft water chance favor .. fullest _lM'ratlon.
'Earl In toe nineteenth century product*-cannot ancceed II callable, It should be softened pried than during the C. C. COMMANDER. ,
peasant Germany began using peat antes they can cut their good b y the addition of soap and per eaaon. pledge of and
moss a* animal stock bedding. Into market In saleable condition. bar baking 1 i d*. For the lake of a I li hrtn:: :
Straw wa too expensive and often Both sufficient and efficient transportation : the boiled mixture the water night be mentioned When 'thl orginita.
not to be .had while peat moos cost ia neceaaary la the bash and soap and oil are placed together fruit prices during Die : can sunlit you any way. '
only the labor to \elI provedto nay of growing eriahabl products and the whole! boiled until onegets season averaged It&t( L not fail to lIln. ..
be most and beaboard's ando, riorlda, d Jr. 1
for aale. The ant a perfect omalalon. The Soap Pratt of Chase and
Ir an Incredibly abort time ita DM I aim I* to give adequate, efficient Ia cot down to two pound la this State Marketing :! was among the first to
become almost universal throughout service to the grower and shippers (Continued *. rage I) 347 average for the t" Mr Robinson, whom
continental Europe. along Its line. A highly ties market. Price .. "a of on- -
Its fertiliser' and son i::: : ftCb'.4
use aa a ._ personnel of rt: set during November and : ffi-
conditioner quickly followed and dng perishable t.reri'tn4'io b Fr.* eat la December ea the ."
reavlU obtained were so startlingand whlleN.fembr we* Robinson HM attracted
maintained la Florida to aocord the con-
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INFORMATIONBureau
satisfactory that Ito virtue inR0. '
month for t .
shipper every assistance possible la e, b. sales attention and praise a*
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this regard soon became generallyaccepted.
ry wa the low month. head
of the Florida
getting all product t* market aatUtactorily -
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e7 lOa grapefruit price and Shippers Leairu
of
Ut tja consider it first a* 4 lit- gone these representativee
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a from $U9 per ,._ concluded >
ter or bedding. What '* are skilled U loading Questions OB any agriculturalsubject the IILrio both r b"lult with
a-J'i season, a lower clt-
"r\ advantage It afford and help the shipper to 10 load will, be promptly a.... 08 the auctions : and has = many
the dairy barn or stable 1 Out his errs that their content receive Orange allowed a .. In
and through free Inform- transportation matter
our
etandin* I Is IU remarkable ability the full protection from refrigeration ... b. of 13.10 fruit
: average and vegetable 'Interest
'>. to absorb moisture, to an extent Itis aad minimum loa la dolt Bureau. Address your Ulalry 928-17 season while the state. Mr. Robinson bad ,
claimed of from eight to ten transit. Other representatives ar toFARM- for the delivered auction part In all the a l
time Its own weight Thu tt af- trained In rite, route and diversion & GROVE $ The higkeat '' league la the past oecesse few*
fords a dry clean led much longer to enable th* grower and I ages were la November
' taw la the ease of straw or-ahar- 'shipper to gt tats ear: W do'1Ceedawsd tareaw now .!.*, Vast Fast lowest ta December, On : Robinson '11.. bad many
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WOMEN acequickly
t sense the fascinating charm :.
the sturdy masculine line,-
the sheer personality
which make the new Cross .:
llawl a.wqualm Country Six a dominating. definite daringlyinteresting
.
4 10w-.r r'1101 thinr.J.
.. *. Ct.l,4. There j,something about it-a little touch of .

Do n ZaHttLyTtt?* adventure thrill speed pep, getupandgo.There's : .

a marvelous motor with a silent flow
of supple power that swings you out ahead of .
-:: v the mass-up the hills like an arrow-and .

.. ..... "'_ .'. .'. ,. '. .' a.ay.It'. the old thrill of going somewhereand .
going/rrf. "

Sleek, low, roomy, fast and comfortable.

Style detaQ.finish-and the remarkable abilityto .
stand up and star put that has always characterized -

every Jordan. .

Long sweeping front fenders-with extra
o wheels or tires carried forward if you want
them ancTan English luggage carrier at the rear.

"French Tarn" type of radiator cap-low
,_ and swanky.
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aoo410UYCfllUWOI lengthwise. Plenty of
\ distance from radiator to windshield-and a
visor like a West Pointer's cap._
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1 TaovMnd af WUr will W awarded t* cltra grower and packers (er !....
0&mf&GRovESECTmNrR, i
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FRANK B. HAMMETT RUSSELL EAT,
Editorial Director Editor FLORIDA ORANGE FESTIVAL

tki SECTION It Issued a* a part of one days newspaper the tint week IB
each month.

Contributor U this MeUw will pleat address Farm 4 Grove, Hill boro Hotel WINTER JA dARY' ;
Slag. Tamp, Florida
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MISTER COUNTY AGENT FLORIDA SWIG '

(Apologies to James Wkitcomb Rileyr
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Mulct County Agent came to out place one day
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To teach IM Low to fertilu and cultivate and spray -
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f: And .bow to make a coves crop and turn tt in the fall

! And show u. hew t* tend the cow* and, feed the hog and all r

j So all.tk* farmia,'round about, came over on the run

j To Lear tIM County Act talk and tall u* bow It''a don {

: For purple scale and aait are everywhere about ., PREMIUM LIST
ruN
Three handsome silver loving cups will be awarded a* lot In!!., and Sn4
I And the pesky thing 'ill sit rub pulses for its belt packinghome exhibit from each of the tkirtjr-twe citrus
I' producing counties in Florida. Judged on point coring I lyitem. Scorecheats
IlyuK ny be obtained a* a guide I In preparing I exhibit*. Exhibitor retrkted ;
I.; to the UM of only fruit from their own county.
I don't GRAND PRIZE
!' First prlxe winner In the county division wilt again be Judged for grand
watch nrie award* Calk prizes of |500 First, $260 Second and $100 Third will 1
b.
II out. ) _, f BY-PRODUCTS PRIZES
Award of *SO First $30 Second ant $JO Third will be made for the beet
.commercial: displays! *f marketable canned er bottled citrus byproducts
, One there wa, .a farm who. wouldn't take advice. \ !' Juices preserves, extract oil, candle ete. .
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GROWERS
INDIVIDUAL
PRIZES FOR
H. mocked the County Agent and .be w*..'t very pies., '- r. Award of $200 sad cup. FInal; $1M and cups Second and $KO and cups
fertilize Third will be mad to Individual citrus growers making the belt display
H. wouldn't cultivate, his crop, or or Ii-aT' < "I of fruit from their own grove. Winner to be judged by point coring
"I Score sheets. he severed a* guide to preparing exhibit.
system. may
And laughed at ether folk who did and. aid It didn't. payBut FRUIT PACKING CONTEST

when be came to pick his Clop lot market in the fall :- A beautiful silver loving cop and three cash print Pint $25, Second $15,
and Third: $10 are offered in a free-for-all fruit packing. eontMt. Separate
There waant any crop 'to pick the bug had got It all contest for both men and womrn.
SPECIAL PRIZES
For mealy-bug and white fly are everywhere about Award of $50 First $30 Second and $20 Third will be nude for exhibit
having the greatest educational value. FrU,* In equal amount are aIM
And the peaky tklngi 111 tit Yeah offered for the beat decorated booth
Ribbon will be awarded winner In all classifications and la all divUlon +
if Handsome silver laving ceps and modals in gold, silver and bronco will be 4
yuhdon't warded the winner of all event in the Water Carnival, wimming.. diving

.'1 .\...d 1 and boat racing eenteeU, aad many ether futon
W. watch 4' '." d.s. < 'Write. today for detailed "'or..U"., preoicia list *ad entry blanks.Florida .

Orange Festival I J. B. CUTIIRIE Manager
out. WINTER HAVEN: FLA.
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A good way hamper the market U to market an ungraded (hamPer ,
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A god poultry litter and a good litter of hogs have nothing In com

mon.
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The only one. who could poaibly profit by Florida green fruit shipments >
would be her competitor '
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Giving the cattle man a free rang might not be to bad if be wouldn't.
Insist on keeping a fire In it.
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Tk road to market i it one highway where It doesn't pay to lower the

grde. '-

In the end of the day all this talk about improving our dairy herd U ." ..
{Suet a matte of firtt-cla LulL .
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Keep duck in a pen with running; water .dt.ea. breeder fountain "
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Spray for the Red White and.Blue-Red Spider. White Fly and
r Glue Mould. .
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This (as the season of the year that oar manufacturer of !trove and THE STANDARD OF QUALITY
orchard heaters present cold fact and engage in beating argument After ef Formers la Florida have
yean as cease t* accept Niagara
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Dust Mixture a* the Standard ef Quality. This high I rating of Niagara
Intelligent application of proper pray formula will go a long waX Dusts I Ie due. solely to actual proved reult-* only true basisSPECIALIZATION
toward helping your fruit retauk its school girl complexion. of judlfl.I&
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The Niagara Plant at Jacksonville ipecUUxe solely In Dust Mixtures
Irrigation I* another proportion where tK. "oTernead ka a direct
which are produced In very Urge quantitiea This essence that a
bearing on the profit a grower may realize on his crop. deficit high standard I* always maintained> that costs are reduced ..
" a minimum and that prompt deliveries can be mad even at the busiest
We can at let be; thankful that it wasp n fertilizer manufacturer; period: ditrinr the tcaaon. .
that Inaugerated the famous blindfold tet. UNIFORMITY
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For the successful insert pests I* I* very eeneatlal that
About the only advantage possessed by. the averag straw jot: b the dust mixtures used should be uniform. Constant quality la raw
material, careful blending, and modern machinery ensures that
the appeal it ka for the "xa her., ", Niagara,Dusts are always iwifarm. therefore always effective and dependable

Right stow the Nation I r. more concerned la the 'ducorery of tile
South' poll than it I* over Commander Brrd"* expeditious to. the South PENINSULAR CHEMICAL CO.

Pole. TAMPA AND ORLANDO FLORIDANIAGARA

There may be some businesses that you can start on a *ho -tnag but
it take a lot of do and a couple of backs besides to get anywhere" rai*.
tug rabbit
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i I'r Republican an 1 Clearinghouse Manager a* "purti while toed EM Democrat IM will
remain Mr. RoLiae1 oe. DUSTS and DUSTERSrl. f
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FOREIGN MARKETS FOR FRUITS tale to fruit la Europe. The Bureau' pro damage. Win there be a severe cold map I DONT NEGLECT CONTROL
TO BB: STUDIEDA demands' been arranged la the this coming winter, that qoeetion i* in the OF SCALE AND WHITE FLY
from cooperative another marketing minds 411 all, few hazard a guess, ether Grower are urged to give especial at
study of existing and prospective En agenda for foreign information on would ward off the danger by placing their tension at toil time to the control of purple '"<
ropean market for American fruits, and truitl.FLORIDA. faith in hokum, the lake and river are scale and white fly. This i* the time tok''
arrangement for securing man frequentand full it sever get cold under inch Conditions conduct your spraying operation, and .4 ]
more Inclusive market and crop reports THIRD IN FaUlT we've had two winter wicouldnt praying; i* recommended for belt results, ,
.n fruit In Europe have been Initiated by AND VEGETABLES : have another*one'tut: the fact el Spraying material should b* watched I
the Bureau of Agricultural :Economic: Florida rate third In the shipments of the matter U no one really know and cold closely and none used that shows free oil'
United State Department ef Agriculture IT fruit and vegetable, malt be recognlied a* a hazard whether 100 either before or after mixing \\ ,'
Milton J. Newhouse, tar font year manager figures that have fart been released nb"th': like it or not If in doubt about proper procedure, your;
of the North Pacific Prune Grower U. 8. Department ef Agriculture. Florida Wise grower while they hope the weatherwill County Agent will be glad to advise you
Exchange, kai been given special appointment shipments for the year 1024-1928, inclusive be kind, nevertheless take every precaution while interesting spraying calendar and!
+ by the bureau for : period ef eightS averaged (6,000 tan. California and to guard their fruit and grove* and information on control of these may 4
S months to carry out the bureau' program.Mr. New York were the only states to exceed do not wait until the Weather Bureau issues be secured from Extension .,, .c't the ;
Newhonse will investigate the market this Washington, Virginia Main Its warning to take such action. State Colle or any of tbei
problem of the various American cooperative and Gr.\: other important shippers I November i* a good time to get out JOur dependable Manufacturers of spray n, materlali -. i
associations which handle fruits la the The following tabla give the comparison grove beaten, them whoa constant research work in the;
markets .f the United Kingdom, Germany, of carlot shipments by states for m-JJ2, that they are clean and ia good repyair and field I* carried on for the benefit of the;
Franca, Belgium Netherlands and Scan inclusive place them in the grave ready for me. grower
1 dinavia. He will make a survey of preeent .Stale 1924 125 2 Attention should also be given to the matter .
and future market potentialities, and market California ...__223414 242,100 J7.r : of providing sufficient fuel to meet
methods and your requirement for a heater without NEW PLANT OPENS THIS MONTH
practice New York ...... 85.14a 10,998 Sl,22
The study will be extended to the fruit Florida __-_. M, *a M444 71,624 fuel i* no more serviceable than an automobile The lint unit of Tampa's new three IIID-
producing areas In southern Europe, arti- Washington _. ,014 49,488 W.902 without gasoline. This ia a task that lion dollar packing and cold storage plant
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"" France, Italy and Spain Virginia _..._ BS.958 19,333 W.4U molt of Hi are Inclined to put off until tomorrow has been oI"t. actual work I* acka.vduled
to determine the competition which the !Maine __._ 88, 24 411,619 41,109 bat it iin't wine to delay it and to begin this month Prepar. ,
American cooperative associations I veil the better plan i* to do it HOW. tons are being made to handle tvO.004 ]
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a* Georgia __... 13,130 .1o12> ",468 ,
as other marketing agencies, may expectin I While It 1* a bad practice to leave heater boxes this season, ft 1
the future. Mr. Ntwhoni will be abroad fat the grove throughout the summer Equipment i* type, fruit*
boot ill months, during which time be GET BEATERS RUDY If this has been done,, they should .b* in. will be cleaned b''th":1j method Instead'of J
will endeavor alto to arrant for more frequent i With the fall and winter month close ipected, water that may have collected para&ae. essential ells of citrus will Uej
and perhaps somewhat more inclo- at band the citrus grower begin to give In the fuel bowl should be removed and the used to polish and preserve the fruit Ft3ilitiet
give market and crop report a* they per thought to the question of possible frost heater filled and mad ready for a... Ifavailable for loading; either railroad ears lit ;
help I* not experienced: In the steamships have been provided while the )
handling of the type of Beater yon use it cold storage unit will enable the holdings
u - . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Is a good nlan to take time now *A see of shipments to meet the most favorable*
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that employee ( nI'uui.in t.f and marketing condition <
thoroughly understand the procedure of
'I firing and regulating, eo that no valuable "
time III.be lost when a real emergency EMPLOY ELECTRICTTT TO '
j arrive This work on the lam principle PRESERVE CITRUS JUICE,
( A"'r r ty a* the fire drill In school and the time Announcement wa recently made throughthe
and attention given acquainting help research bureau of the Florida Public
with the problem now tow pay for Itself Utilities thatice procei of preserving .
\1 r many time over when the danger ar by the DIe of electricity ,
I er rive. baa been developed.It .
Ii :, Dont delay the ordering of fuel. It take i* stated that fruit juice *o treatedcan
time to get delivery, fill heater and be he kept la their natural state, retain
: : ready for work. If yon ,wait until the last Inc their flavor and goodnesa., If the pro- ,
I rluII:1I may find yooneU unable to get teas prove the success that early exoeH "
: yon need It molt. menta would 'Indicate it will undoubtedly
Grove heating I* in no sense of the word play a very important part in creating a :
a pleasant pastime and became ef this steady and profitable market for cull, fruit
: Fact, everything that can be done to limply-
,, fy the problem should be don. Willie the
: actual firing will probably be don dnr- FLORIDA CONCERN BOOKS
: lug the night, heater be BIG JUICE ORDER
can properly placed
I What ia believed to be the largest individual ,
filled and ready and the work accomplished .
: easier and better in order for citrus Juice ever placed
daylight
> II In the state was reported recently by the
If
your heater are new and are
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Qokingtntot/iejuture laying your first experience with grov* Harper Manufacturing Company of Or'r
lando, packer* of citrus product being aeorder
i : this season it i* a good plan to
carefully study the Instruction furnishedyou for 160 gallon of pure Floridaorang .
I by the heater manufacturer supplenent juice coming from the UniversalManufacturing N
: : this with an actual test in time Company, Birmingham,
1 every grower could gate through the 'crystal Mover mind If the temperature ia around grov Alabama. The juice I* purchased for use

\ I IF see the evolution of bit grove, know the sortS 10 degree today, out and fire op, learn In machine operated vendor throughout the
fruit it wa going to bear-quality and quanti how to regulate the heater and not have Southern etato

: ty-a lot of the experimental mistakes might be everything to learn when time I I. short and

; overcome, year of waited growth prevented and speed U enenaaL 'M>0,000 IN NEW EQUIPMENT FOR '
If have
you aa yet not Installed beaters EXCHANGE HOUSES THIS SEASON
I vail turn of money saved and contemplate doing 10 now ii a mighty It was recently reported after a survey "j
! aI good time to take action. Dont delay or on Improvement and installations mad by
dering; heater until the danger of a cold Exchange Houses preparatory to
I There IS A Gazing Globe.For spell i* actually at hand. Piece your order this Miaon'Packing operation, that over $600,000
now for early delivery. The type of building,
ha been invested this year in new
f. Careful Growers beater yon elect I* of course matter machinery and improvement Several new
of personal-choice but I
H always wIN to house have been built while many baser
investigate, get in touch with firms advertiaing been and in number of instances,
46 year of constant study and experiment in the enlarged a
inch ,
equipment, read their liter II'
11 full line of has been in
a equipment
Glen Saint Mary Nurseries have taken the store new
J' guesswork carefully, write them for information stalled. New home have been constructed .
out of grove development. YOU can KNOW a* to where and when you can witness aa In Haines City. Sarasota, Lake Wiles,
, I what Glen Saint Mary stock will produce in the actual demonstration. Write the State Experiment Lakeland, HIS Maeda and Fort Myer New .
\ come.YOU know the of Station at Gainesville for rich preceding. have been erected .t
plant
i i year to can history every bulletins aa have been issued en the lub- Frost
Aubnrndale Deland ,
Sradenton
f tree. WE KNOW IT. We know the remit jed Consult ,
yon grower who have had several Proof and Lake Alfred. More than M per ,
f can confidently expect of the matured grove of year of heater experience. Knowledge cent of the Exchange fruit will be p.... 4
Glen Saint Mary tree That' why every tree) from the thai gained will prove helpful In deciding cooled and it ii estimated that 90 per cent
tf type of equipment best spited to your of the facilities of the state are
the Glen Saint Mary Nurseries U CERTIFIED and particular need precvoting
operated by Exchange House
tree GUARANTEED.
every Another Interesting fact I* that 80 percent

1ftW..Tffi,. ,< >ii rt.>.i. .t.'> : RED NET WORKIt the Exchange this year will be individually
f' WRITE FOR YOUR COPY-TODAY! was recently announced by the Amer- stamped "Sealdaweet a* many installs ,

Cleft Saint Mary Nurseries Co.. ken Fruit Grower. In*, that a contract tlona of stamping machine have been made
had been this .
Dep't. F. 2 entered into with the National
, Broadcasting company far time on the
Winter Haven V-tA-F. red net work of It major stations \

Florida. from which educational program will be
....., ... MShra' WP. ikwtliw vkx *. e.a.>....ii4 (me ifc.sin e.wr. I broadcast The contract provide for one Better QualityFERTILIZERS
..-... HIM was to see. s raiis WHIM* I....IM say .>...rw sew smNaas time period each week at 9:15 a. m, east.standard .
*m time and win be maintained
; ...._ for 24 conaeeitlv week Interesting fact FOR ALL CROPS ,

...... -- concerning the fruit and vegetable Indusrie for
*. men Manufacturing fertilizer
cut ._1W'M" health : ta&jn\' J.ror-=,a Florida Growers for over a ,

!. \r.t""Hfnl.J'I..wI! II Hoy,I., .Y.I! !!''' ,.. ..., and distribution, surges bona for lusty diih.e of
and advantages of BlUe Goes* Brand will quarter a century. : i

be among the subjects cevered., Our goods are seldom cheapest, ,

, m 1[ '" Usually best. '

I \U ) tc.fU. \ \ ,'- FOR ONE MILLION MANATEE-SARASOTA BOX CROP ESTIMATED SECTION A little difference in price is of '

': 1 Harry G. Cumprecht, Manager of the no consequence if better results bare
'{i;\ 'i" : Manatee County Citrus Sub-Exchang, aft. obtained.
er careful survey, estimates that approxi. '
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mutely one-eighteenth the total! Cites crop Truman Fertilizer Company
i World' Largest Citrus Nurseries of the state well in exceed ef one million ; "

boxes, will be hipped by Manatee and Jacksonville Florida.FertBuer .
{ Orlando WINTER HAVEN Sarasota Counties, this He ,
Tampa a. further ieale ,
rl for all _
estimates that MtflOO haul of thin fruit crop* era+ e
{ wUI WhaiKitod through the Florida Otru .t-Special Mixtsww i.' ,
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USE OIL SPRAT NOW wally ceased and the conditions ar* .....pltJ.out the winter b apt to be Inefficient The kill

FOR SCALE AND WHITE FLY for an oil spray' I Ie not good. Here 1* another reason fee applying

This fall cleanup spray la Undoubtedly the cleanup pray in the early fall
FROM tha.most important of the for several
PACE t year .
rather than the winter
la much better
Th condition lees
reasons are becoming
formula which the emulsion
greatly cheapen favorable for growth of U. fungi and if the kIll I* obtained at that Urn*.

The Kinds of OB trees are thoroughly cleaned up at that A heavy application of oil Ju.t.. the
Three distinct type of oil have been used time they should remain clean all winter a* fruit la ripening probably doe seriously delay .
t* make these oil emulsions. In Californiaand there' will W no farther flight of whltefli. the ripening Process la the ease of
in torn other states a heavy asphatvra until spring. A spray at this time should very' early grapefruit or oranges, such aa
oil haw been med but this hat never boon i loosen up the sooty mold so that it ran Parson Brown, which the grower' are anal
extensively used in Florida. Vp until a easily be removed from the fruit and facilitate ou* to market a* aa possible the
fw year at* moat of our emulsions* were cleaning I I the fruit I in the packing- fall cleanup) had pr:1t.: be postponeduntil
FINEST mad from out ao called fed lubricating bowel and at this time whiteflies are small I after the fruit. is picked This would
oils' but many companies now make, oilsespecially and as yet have not placed a sever drain apply especially to aateumaa.
FERTILIZER f. rthe insecticide work and sell upon tile tree*. Oil emulsion should not b* prayed on
them under the name of insecticide oil*, lathe Under ordinary condition the procedure tree which have, recently been dusted with
The Nitrate Agencies Company hM last few year there have coma into tae outlined above should keep the trees reasonably sulphur or sprayed with lime-sulphur for .
unloaded at the POrt of Jacksonville emlualone made out of the aa called "whit clean ,lot call from whitefly but rust mltea. The residue of the sulphur on
the largest cargo of genuine Peruvian oil*." Th welt known drv .toro produce from scale Insects as,welL This doe not the tree reacts with the oil emulsion and
called Nujol will serve a* a type of them that all alwaysbe sever burning may take place
mean
Guano aver imported into the grove
oil*. Thee oils are more expensive than .11a
United SUte. given two Iprsylngs a year. many cases,
but in that
the red have th. advantage
oils
Do not confuse Genuine Peruvian perhaps la the majority of cases, a fall
they are las liable to burn and are therefore I Are you thinking of buying a Tractor
Guano witH the ordinary guanoa, safer to use during hot weather and cleanup will b* sufficient If there ...would If ao you will be interested la Iteming
manures, and other erg-inlet which on very young and tender foliage. few scales and whitefly i In May, it about new models, Improvements and ap*.
aro offered M toting "Just ai ,ood" Kinds of Emolalner not 'be advisable particularly. ell emulsion.la cltl attachments now on the market or ex
for there la BO substitute" chemicalthat la the place of soap many other amulaUfier come grove, those In low be ready for delivery shortly A
::WtedCO:
can wctl Genuine Peruvian may be used. On of the common ones hammock sections where moisture condition II type machine, especially
Guano. Is calcium easeinato and one of the most are favorable for the parasitic I fungi designed for Florida grove work will loon
Wine buyer of fertilizer and fertUt.er used I I. told under the trade ram of Kayao. It la not always necessary to should even b* ready. Write Farm and Grove Information
materials will place their order In addition Fuller' earth Kaolin and glua once a year. On the other hand these Bureau, Hillsbor. Hotel Building,
early to insure a supply of this quality have all I been used as emulalfler*. Anything. i two sprayings fail to keep these paste under Tampa, Fla.Would .
plant food-Nature a Finest Fer- commercial control one should not hesitate
In fact, which will absorb the oil, and prevent
tliiier. We are sole importers.. to the formation of large loop* and the to spray at other times. you IIk;to have complete Irrigation .
ret the genuine', order direct from i consequent separation of the oil from the Some PrecautionsA equipment on your farm or gr....
III. water, will serve a* an mulstfier or atablliaer. point to remember la that the higher Do you know that It can be secured at nominal .
the temperature the greater the kill with coat that It is the beat possible kind
W* can spray with emulsions almost anytime these oil emulsions.; : W. have spoken of the of crop insurance. If you will write: Farm
NITRATE of the year when the weather la not dearer to th. trees and particularly the and Grove Information Bureau w. will have.
either too hot or too cold or there I* not too young fruit If the temperature olJ' above '. a very interesting booklet on this subjectmailed
'much tender vegetation or young fruit on M degree Spraying during day la' to you free.
AGRMCIES the trees. It should be borne in mind that

an oil emulsion U nnatural thing for a .
tree and thus Interfere an with the proper >:.:.".=-. .-ox.o:<-...< ..... .. ;:.>=-:e"O... .. : o=-:
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I functioning of the tree to some extent. Thiimeana
V" that the tree should not be prayed y VOTE WET THIS FALL ,

"i.el.UOI Lynch Bulldlag<< health It need It, not only for the beat
and development of the tree but for
JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA economy of production also. tyi' Regardless of your political affiliation, consider the .!is- :::
Aa grower well know a citrus tree :.. a.* that directly effects YOU. 8
throws about three main flushes of growth S Protect four crop and profit with :

AVOCADO A wa.rae Ii.id..d.. each year--one la the early spring, February MARCH AUTOMATIC IRRIGATION :
f-- or March; on. befinnlnf about Junes and
tne ta 1M .wld-! MMMMIM toring this ,.... another in the early fall. During the period ..1 Serious draught are bound to occur. Don't take chance :
Chas tarn. Boo OT -:0::E. flm. M M MOO. (My pees of these flushes would be very unsuitableImes !i You can completely Irritate your farm or trove at small q qcost.
a..dA cart Doom FCB ....... Florida to spray the trees. Between these .
flushes w* have more or less dormant sea-
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Write for full Information.
ions--one in April or May, and I today
OffICe Supplies ;oneban.
marked, in .
"Outfitter from plaa.to *afe." I ally cidedly the less time of most complete- II dormancy I* L F. L. Kearney Co. P. O. Box 557, Tampa Fla. elj
during" the winter. : : i.
Packers, grower, shippers supplies. Fin II But ther are other factors besides the =-=->> o : :' :e :. <<<.:

complete stores U serve you. Tamps. dormancy of the trees which help to determine .. -
Lakeland. Orlando, Bradentoa, Sarasota. the best time to (pray.On .
*, important factor U connected with
OFFICE EQUIPMENT COMPAQ the life history of the insect This 1< '
cially true in the ease of the whitef! The BRUSHES & PROFITSOrderly
common citrus whitefly has usually three -
- broods a year although there 1* a great
deal of overlapping, particularly "m.t .
HOTEL DIXIE GRANDE summer Urn*. On the whole, the time to Marketing la a treat achievement It pave tae way to
BRA DENTON. FLA. light of the adult whitefly corresponds profit .
Ir.' ON TUB TAMIAMl TRAIL fairly well with the flushes of growth on Bat yea cant tt anywhere, ."ft.. a GOOD road on a FLAT tiro.
:: in Rooms 171 Bsta the citrus, There la a spring flight In
Unions your fruit la properly prepared for Market bright, elm andpolluted
March and April, summer flight in June
Reasonable Rates a it caa't and command .
compete top price
Carafe la Connection and July, and largest of all, aa autumn
light which usually culminate I during the ATLANTA BRUSHES are recommended and indorsed by oiperl.
latter part of August in the southern part toted pacUaghoase ealaeera and avaaafcr for beat results with I
of the state and the first of September in out Injury to the fralt
ulfDLn RZINHURGENIL the northern part. This for the common citrus We tare base serving the eitrut Industry la Florid for eight years
I. Is Aar..U. a,11"T.c;.........,...dadr.iNed Mimi wbltefl,. The cloudy winged whitefly and are pioneer U using the class and grade of fiber adapted to

Ii sae.r.r.l ....... owe .. a.ld". l w. Ia on wing usually a month later. citrus fraite.
per ..d tsdolelel steel. ......_ ffir"Wg. Cued Th adult whiteflies lay their eggs on the Our references Amy packinghouse that ka* ever used our product
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__ Mbar ender foliate of the citrus and these Service unsurpassed.Atlanta .
......... r.. .ed.rs.a'We" Iw h1I psrtk.Mre.on.B egg
latch out in about a week Into the crawlers -
which crawl over the leaves for a few '
'hours then insert their bills and never Brush Company Atlanta, Ga.

mon again until they hatch out as adults.
I These acale-lik larva of the whitefly with '
draw the sap from the leave and gradually
1 grow in size and thickness of skin until
they become mature A pray shouldbe
F ickin timed to hit the young larvae for two
149 reasons because they are more easily killed Bissell Harrows
at that Urn and It la important to kill
them early. The rule to !>> by then would
b* to watch the flight: x whitefly adult Reduce Crete Cultivation Coat by Standard equipment *. grove a*

and these have largely disappeared, doing better work Save* time and American Fruit Growers Steadied
flA k"n than I Growers, W. J. Dr.
the date wait 10 day so Labor-W. for
that you can be practically sure that all longer Built Phillip Carpenter 'Union tnd
the eggs have batched, then spray This the, Job-Write for Catalog. hundreds of 0111_
would bring the' three sprayings to early I
April, July and earl. September.But FARM and HOME MACHINERY CO.
other consideration Inter lit h.r.. In -
; early 1 April, the fruit Is too small Spray- 430: W. Robiiuon A".. Orlando, Florida
big at tail time would be liable. to produce ,
burning) so it is better U wait until the
fruit I* approximately an inch In diameter,
which will put the spring<< spraying aoma-
time In May or lat AprIL July I*, a very
unsatisfactory time to spray--one cannot LOW COST PROTECTION
Injured fruit t* the Grower loaa.ThU'oapaclally spray'onto the tree are dry In the mornIng -
designed picking baa because the presence of dew on the
will pay for itself many times over tree weald dilute the pray and make It Th. Skinner Colt Beater produce aa abundance of radiant
In time, labor and fruit saved. Inefficient
The sane would apply U tree
heat and burn from 9 to I hour on one filling. Provide
Heavy fun width strap Insures comfort wet with a bower and on the average '
for the operator. Buckle will about two afternoons out of three are apt ample protection for fruit and tree at low first ot and

,not com'off ring unless strap 1* re. to be showery at this time ef year. Furthermore low operating and handling costs.PRICE .
movedNo exposed metal tor sharp It U not safe to me these oil emulsions
edge to braise frols. at a temperature above 80 degrees'
These three factor will make spraying In $2.35Coke
Largo mouth permit fast easy the summer time aprecarlons and unsatisfactory .
work. Full sited opening allow procedure. I I. a clean, concentrated fuel and costs about f 10.00 a
quick emptying of bag. Furthermore, It I* precisely at this time ton delivered to central Florida point It win not deteriorate
I of year that the ntomognou fungi thrive
I Possesses many outstanding feature best and if tree have been satisfactorily front exposure or ate Barn tip clean and gives off very

! found In no other. picking bag. ceUned op In May, It should seldom, if ever, little smoke Hester may .. regulated to bunt low, medium

Writ today for detailed den-rip- be necessary to spray them la July with aa and blgh u condition require Special discount for quantity

tics, and price on any quantity. oil emulsion. purchase Send for beater literature.. Wa furnish repair
The study of the life history .f the
t whitefly would indicate that the next favorable part for VUg and Oldimar boaters,

, SOUTHEASTERNSUPPLY time for the ell emulsion spray would E
b* about the first half September. The FLORIDA CITRUS
COMPANY MACHINERY CO.
! 'r objectless made above to July praying apply
more dr less to early September but by
0rIa... Florida
.
DUNEDIN. FLORIDA
,
the Utter
I.' hulL-ef September temperatures
ban aaoderalad Ifca raiav ssasoa baa .


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aoB.UIWI CMORZYPort.: tea are a" biadtat upea this mni\itt\ marketing *rganbn knu, aaiMMr and where all the retotda *l the-association rim

cuuRixcaounCONTINUED data ratified by the MJvrttr d your beard other other MeodattoM.: and att contracts available, and that whether i. II deemed.
with grower* are naJfana la language and advisable or de.irabiq be s..gnsst. cont.' 'j
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of .. ,..
strictly) comply: tea Latter sad .. plnt with emcee of the toil emamJtte and the board ,
: FROM PACK 1 Cmrer hi OnrtrolTonr U* adopted contract ef thi* association Os director withy "epea atrnda" |, aeVen,
years experience .. the fruit and MgctaU attention: If invited to the' huff. without nevptioB, sad ace open covenants, d**.ror to fled .tight; and proper eolutidsi ;'
rate lint. This while It prhnaUy 1* a traffia potable fact which) needs on further dive openly arrived, atl after mature coniideraUon ** any problem that tap ari.. "

aagh at th* industry, brought Mr. cMaioo that this t., a crowd ortmnfu and should bur scrupulously observed Yon ar* advise(that :yow board of dire*.
and for ant
tton by lITIPJII'OPriaee
viewers growers You an advised that: an inspection dopartmmt
torn baa not arpnwd th
HabiiMOB i-' close <**tact and aBdentanoV action .f Its membership, the refraeet ot the
hat been create* for
lag rt the fruit problem 4hr tbaa trafU /- growers themselves' may at all time control undertethemanagemsW operator to remove Mr. Joseph C, Jenkins
anUzation ef grade amf pack
II. spent 13 a* traffic from the operating committee, but bemuse .
years maoiagerol its board ef directors and the DeW .f and direction of Mr. Harold .
the Northwest Frait Jachau: ,... Its board I. order than there trap be nopmifclo Crew formerlychief Inspector of the of his Intemperate acts, and s iterance* both
before the eomantto and ha '
lie can to Florida In 11123 to aswao the room fo*' Ulldft'ltud1n/f of Ih* the public
executive position with the "**'* > la whichhe attitude .t O* present members .< yow' Florida Citrus Exchange into ; this department standard press, the Florida United has operation a
ha been active HIM A short tin already pot hove been touitoouiily requested to deilo
ago board of director wo now My la "you that of grade and pack which la uniform and
h* was appointed Mttag manager of the the board U without authority to stake say meet fully the recomm.nd.tIona- of the nat some other off cur or agent a* its 4
Clearing B UM to. tort the rgaaiaatioala representaUv on the operating comml"I
amendment or changes waataoovet in the United State department: of agriculture
actual operation finding the selection charter of your auodatloa 01 it* bylaws.without .: and fully compiles with the requirement* Yoa ara advised thai ta provide funds foe ,1
of the general manager. Jt wa with reluctance your specific uproval by e> maJority of your barter and by-law, and ba bee the r spec carrying ant ef two program
that the league lamadered hit Tot, alter same M* been formally I unanimously approved by) alt tile marketing and pay the expense at two program and v i
services to the Clearing House. Mr. Rebi. submitted to yon and yon hews bad organizations represented In the association its other activities, there bas been levied a
son, however, will retain direction of rate opportunity to study, consider and .mpl'l end unanimously approved by your uniform assessment of four cent per boa ,
matters pertaining ta citrus and will can- your vote on .an*. board of director tin putting Into effect on all fruit patting through the hand of ,
tins with the bagna a* executive vie Toor are advised that your board the tint objective ol this automation torwit the marketing organisation represented la

pmident recrton, a* now constituted will not know : Standardization of grade and pack.You the association and this applies) not only t. /
Following I* the statement .< the Beaedot ngty violate or permit any *f It* officers, Fruit produced by: the members bat to all *
advised that through the earnest
Director. ef the 4JnWI.e agents, employs* .r eoranittee or anytemanr ar* fruit that lie purchased
may by authoriaed
_... labor af advertising. comaitte. the
To the ef tile Florid Crowvn wbataover, to violate any of the your
ia the
marketing ageacie association for
Qearm Row MsclOai ward at director has employed Erwin, ,
*; : provisions of yonr charter and or
the own account This ha been
,
At the time* following several week .f the law of tU* state or the law of the :b-l.and Company. Bade a contract effect without objective far put Into
cancelled o* modified OB to a* th* dim.
iBtemper discussion ia
tb
public
press Tatted States under which you are organim -
noa-ee tan know from i
short they ar capable and ax- any marketing orfuiaa-
and ). public Matter ef affair. pertaining *
to the welfare of the' aJMciatiaay Jt Tea are respectfully a seems right and paper that the board of loar*' b net swam of any erlticbn whatsoever ,he Florid citrus situation and growers'problems. with the muurimosw approval
dwecton .f year _bit..... ......et mat from either federal er state authorr- I Too an advised. that: your com- Ya are. advised that In our sober Judg
yw a f uN and _plate report *f kit of It* tie or any department thereof : mittoa and Jour director refrained from Most that above acts and doing' ef your "J.directors
act* and doing 1Ii_ An*. JO at which. time its t act and doings sod It n3r.: making this contract until the agency bad : put the association' In a fairly '
the full membership ratified serials BoVfteation lie," that your aecia* has tb.cup-, I cancelled all representation of any marwting :rood position to enter the present market-
and change fa the charter, by. port, operative nf good wisher ef alt organization or say commitment on fag season and we sincerely, hope that with ,
law and contract of this associative fry departments .f both the federal and Mat Ha part to represent fruit In this state orelsewhere tk* cooperation of the membership and all *
as affirmative vote .f 7711 to t and governments that "have anything wb.... agreeing represent In adwr- of our accredited representatives, the sisi
authorized the election of four 411Mto..... ever to-do with any of It* affairs Using matters the Florid citrus fruit of elation may b*useful to ito membership and 1
large increasing the board to 11, hi eoraplfanc Warn Afahnt Rumor this association alone. t.: some degree at .least ell'ee1.I'd.rly mar
A t
with charter and by-laws provihm Too are especially requested to not give Too are advised that thi baa been aocoaipllshed. keting thereby achiever the third obiectlv -
"* credence to any tatenMiit mad- b> any with the unanimous approval elf your association
Your attention It Inrlfed to the Indls- person or person whomsoever coming Into '.f all marketing agencies and with th* m
imtabl* fart tfler.iuet1: I constituted tile state and ninpuCinr through tbir ,ub- unanimous! approval of your board, thus
board, by the of a majorityof I lie prom or by public vtteraaca* that the putting into effect the second objective *.fthe KEEPING TRACK: OP TRACTORS 'i
i tU member I* the only authorized method I awful art of your association may b* In- association unified national adwerIdlnf Tractor and motor truck, particulArly 1
by which your association ego enter late teetered with by the federal authorities on- tI program. when a OM *C them are operated must I ,"
say binding. contract or obligation/ binding lose your association employs or does not Yoa era advised that the board ef direct. initructed U...pJo,.... Of tea the overt '
this association, and that all act of moloy certai penon*. cry, by action, aver wonder what his equipment I I. doing way
agents, official, employe, o* toanlU Your are advued that all contract with he. 'I-u btIW'=* and .o little work I It accomplished far k> knows
Growers interests of it* member and all that to get a fair return en UI.I.rfe"itr
Turida grower of citrus fruit in matters these machine represent they must put in.
BOLENS .f transportation service and transporta- their full quota of working aura>
GARDEN TRACTOR loa lit,.. Mr. Robinson has been retained Keeping track of the tractor ia a problem;

d For Truckgrower. Gardener. N>reryami. Balbgrawer. Floriat a. bead of this department and his retention : well worth considering. Manufacturer
has been unanimously approved by and commercial organisation have found ,
and Private Berne
directors aa available m profitable sad menu*! to keep tab on
< Special tool a4 kitchen for one, two yourin boardhis important posit a* vW both men and machinery to insure maximum
or three row seeding and cultivation.Adapted dented by the loyal and valuable service efficiency. Now through a simple
for flat ... bedded bud ant for which b* baa already rendered in natters sad inexpensive device tile farmer or
muck or sandy tail Attachment for every Job Instantly fleeting the transportation of grower*' grower, packinghouse manager dairyman ,
bitenhangtabr Patented arcba withmaximum products and big welt !uuwa attitude ofoavpartiaaa oa, operator using a fleet of trucks or ,
grouse clearance. Perfect orcn nsefubiei tractor cart here a dependable accurate '
Short power turning Extra high grade lawn mower Position DbcantlaiMoTTew. recocd covering each iatlivUual maclunev
equipment. Write for Prices.GLEASONBATLEY showing Its performance every minute don
advised that directors kavodienatimwd
ar* your : the
ng working day.
OX 101S Church Street, OUnxIa. Fki ida the position ef Office manager, The device I is easily attached to the machine -
Florida State Distribution created temporarily during cganiaatio, a* .* which a record I* desired aad tt
aa unnecessary exposes t*> the __ *>. will faithfully record the work accom.pliaiMd .
tiM. and at the and .f th* day deliver a
1 You see advised that your association has printed chart that toll at a glance, when
1 tide day naBimooaly skirted f. Cartieeainood work began time lost ia delay,for repair
R as general manager ef tke Floe In charging equipment, or Just plaia .loafng. -
Ida Citrus Growers CUarlac Home aeewiev- Where the iaetnrmeat .ban been employed
ties aa the best available aura for this far. operators have found it posslbl'to

poetaat poaUiMk secure much more work from the sameequipment
THE HILLSBORO low ai* advised that O* readers ef the with it* increase fo Operating'
operating .___tee have diligently and cost or salorle This dependable unbiased,
faithfully discharged the) duties imposed accurate little timekeeper nay for Itself
them'and bass, scrupulously observed
poa MUTT time ever. Full hfermatieo see-
TAMPA. FLORIDA the spirit and letter of the charter and by cerniiig it may a* had ea request to Farm
laws of this association, and It la our ..*. tad Grevo laformasiaat Bees, IliI1Hor.
liberated judgment" that if given proper Hotel Battling Tampa. Plav

The Hillsboro is the headquarters for the support support by by the the entire membership body ,ot..Dd'proper operator, 1 1lg.f

and your board ef directors, they will succeed ftdimfa61.1
'Florida Citrus Grower and ta achieving the objectives for which for maw
this association was organlndvYoa s ttom Or w.
new advised that In the :judgment of eb""aldMspeeng
Truck Farmer yoor board of director the conrmitte: was with get
4 entirety within its right in nominating on* textani..w
of its owa member loW f the
manager ***odathra >
Tie l location ol the Hotel M in the very center ef upon the nnditier that he- would
Irwoeiat* kimoolf with any marketing orgsmtaatfor -
the city, adjacent to municipal buildings, the business and devote bin cntlr* lime sad
.bUitic to the affair *f the. aasoeiatlon'h
section, banks. garages, etc. ,' satyr difference between* beard ot
directors and the aerating nmmitte i* A

! Tn rooms. single ot en uit ?. with! bath or how that the bard .. aawUling to **poly with
their rMt and! write> a three-year eon-
ers, are models ef neatness, elegance and comfort. tract whisk it believe it .* without
authority t. dk thereby
: attempting to
They arc I light, airy cheerful,. attractively fuml hed. bind its sueeeaaer or any f r
=
sting committee h> order t* : bt..d trJlser
.and equipped with hot and cold roaming water. swains. If r. A U. Pratt, to sever a '1..*- 'tlneeeeulopiael..dC gtope.owsat.. 4inn.

long distance telcpLenea. and are stoats hcatcdk. I ant Bad agree.hI. existing connection and W Ar.R1T IN ekes Drees dhcaor.p...dr.l1%
,_ accept the) pwiUora, m. orWmka eywMn. Homeerpee.W'ia -
C nfWm<* U Pratt
The dining room and restaurant Yes are advised that the board ha co tee mete ;e.mr" 0Wd av" tad
\ ifMt ta the capacity, experience and larity > ewflome..o asvc wSassASgw seMb'a
.a. the **van by elevator aorricv sod of this organUatira sad the'purposes for
w r sal art not only places of artistic which it was rgaaiMd. It may interest
a yo* to know that Chase and Company Awes
asad iie+slA b. but from it k
nir\ guests may > evidenced their rapport of the asocM
rpr..RSrlj.4611411 110esbn
11t:+
t-.Leer Luis a splendid view *f UM watir tint and a reeogwtioa of their obligation
A tits to the association after accepting; member
hip, by having pledged to the association ore. +
v TW cnin and ft* wrriot w aa a larger percentage of fruit handled by
them than\ any ether major marketing organisation.
aiwpawod. We bellows tbhj la* been aeempllihed
largely through the personal i
325 ROOMS AND BATHSTop effort of )f",. Pratt
You are advised that It !. (b* purpose
.f F your board of director not to make any
Floor Dining Room .ntracta which will bind the Mociation or
as occesnor la office* beyond the art
OPEN ALL THE YEAR general election. Your board baa mad a* an Most
Itch contmct sad It I* ear purpose not to I
RATES $2.50 TO $5.00 ds so unless argent necessity shevM arise POULTRY ADVERTISERS REPORT 1
affecting the b..m M of tb* ssaciatiea splendid result from their FARM 1col I
You are advised that y*. beard ef dt- GROVE ..ertialeg. Tide median reaches
EUROPEAN PLAN rector ban *oQTtmfsry .......- The sjoV 'mor* Poultry proeject* then any other' I
vary Mmmitte ef *0 to WI II from tin medium k* th* staUb Bead hi your ad to i d,
Dining Room and Restaurant *r tie Seventh Flo r. to tin few tall and een'M* huforssattoaa day. The rat I. lie per word your reach

to the ads and doing of th* ....... and ia excess of W.OO. Rend copy and re.mitUMO .
ass pertfanr suggested that monthly to cover to FARM A GROVE.

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FARM AND CROW SECTION TWO SEVEN






Digest, Of Important Florida Agricultural News




Covering All Phases Of IndustryMAltr .




IRRIGATION PLANTS I two seasons although ccaaleiul tots and a crew of moo kara 'beea *m i.ls.4 to Negotiation 'are wow under-ura for the
BEING INSTALLEDWith have arrived from Georgia end the Care undertake the work ; purchase of aaffMent but M auiataut tho
the cessation of the rainy aeasen.grower .1 linaa. Pacific Coast egg prwhioers IB facT \ plant .a a full time baata Cortracta are
are manifesting mere interest hi I depend on the larger Florida eftieaa CANNING FACTORY TO BB being made with Packing Rouses for the
the question o grove and truck farms, and experienced climate of Florida should bo Ideal for Altar considerable negotiationa, the) Orlando -:
growers have com to realise Importance lot-horns or other Mediterranean breeds of Chamber cf Commerce was successful -I SARASOTA TRUCKERS ACUTE
of proper irrigation In it* relation to con- hens that lay white p-th. kind that in bringing canning factory to that CROPS IN GOOD CONDITION'
aiatent lucceea la the handling .f Florida command( the premium in Northern mar city which will operate under the name of. According .. the Sarasota herald, over
drops. kets. the Orlando Canning Company, to lie
Notable among newt mitallaUoni Is operated by Mr. Shamr. formerly the plant Installed by the Kingsway Grovesat SEED COMPANY ESTABLISHES Shaver A Bros, Inc., Jac isoavill. The .-*hlle 1M pones ore planted U braise and
prince which includes two _tri- FLORIDA TLAMT FARM Orlando Canning Company will begin operations : an equal acreage to English peas. Sarasota
feral 411' turbine pun no of 1:961. The Frankhng Seed! Company of Virginia with I the canning of -grapefruit under trackers are looking for a good Market tail
butt type, operated by a 12i hp electric il reported to hat leased considerable the name .f "Roart of Florida" brand loasan wad report tneir crop In iplendidcondition
rtr..I't pipes have been placed along acreage in the neighborhood of UrookivIU and an output af at least M.OOO ease*-S4! duo .e favorable weather and an
:.: $ sprinkler head en top, In lleraado County which will be devoted fans ta the case)-II expected this acMon. abundance artesian. water. The majority
capable of discharging 1-1 gallon per to the raising I of --particularly Three hundred people wlU be eyVitt of the track acreage tn this pectin
minato per tree. Approximately 4.WH) tomatoes. The Plant Farm la expected to It ii expected that the MW 'J la controlled by the Palmer Farmers Cooperative
sprinkler .beads are employed i'a this equipment be in full operation by December fifteenth opened not late than November fifteenth Association.
Two 11 inch veil will provide the
8,000 gallon per mlnuto required. to operate
the system.Many .
trackerin the neighborhood .f
Plant City report the installation of overhead -
Irrigation equipment-whit. citriiigrower
on many graves : Orange and .
Lake County are reported fce installingimllar I '
plant. Grove and track farm irrigation
li limply Bother font of insurance
and whore inch equipment kai beta ii see ,
for a eoaaiderablo period of time, recordS
prove it to ton decidedly profitable let- .' .
vestment: for It serve to very materially .
rodeo the tuuardi for growers laced tug a 4ryipell.. While Irrigation cannot "

be depended upon to give complete! frost .. "
protection It hat been e
o'a'f;
, OM occasions when the ;
reached the dangerous point in the protaetloa ,11.
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of tender crops. Considerable improvement
. has been shown U the various
types of over-head Irritation equipment on
the market and H i* possible for the grower
1 to install such equipment today at very
moderate eoot It io a matter well worth
consideration. I IjJ


:mUCK: BEINGS GOOD P2IO.3 H478J.8

jJ Green peas, lima beam and itilng beam
, hire sold for unusually feign price this '
fall la New York City. The beat limn and :
string beam sold a. high at $8 per bushel net PROFIT -
during the first week of October while pea
old ai high Priors are genariJIqalte T, <* SIN ** ..-
I moderate.anlll. season of She year <1--

I d but supplies have not bees equal to the ----..c.to......--
"J plrtted demand this year. from ..+a4.r..w -
The market U frequently Clotted with
. string bean. especially te the spring but
1 lima bean and green pall are seldom I.I .
c....upply. Aa a rule fancy qu.lIty.Wok ACRES of Grapefruit
command a good price regardless of seal .
.01\. This li particularly trill of the winter .
r months

I tlir**igfcout the citrus section of Try BiwUr/o- this FalL See tor you wlf tUeu

DANISH CABBAGE JJJUAC3 ISO TON GROWERS... obtaining increased profit*-. |>erior crop-pcAuclng r-er.r these gooeia.ThVre .

fall Danish have teen cabbage the prices highest at in New yean York for this so consistent inrofiu year after year -by using la a special grade for the exacting needs J

early in the season Early October prima Drad1e,'. 'ertilicen {"AA QUALITY"). Not e>f your tree ,

d "j2:4: to:CO p r ton compared with |U this letter from II...... Coodwla and Cawgle And now a few words about truck eropa.

, to season that per approaches last year.thin Thi one only was reeenl 1iSi Lakeland,Polk Co. Herd toe,Bradley'* Fertilisers,specially.....

I whoa Mew Tork State Danish sold for 131 Dear Sins ITo are emixre .f I. aene .f for each crop and each IOU cunditlon, are
i to .U per ton in October. The reason Has Marsh Brmlteoe GnrprfniH. The tress Wv giving grower added yields letter quality,
i been highly unfavorable for New York ben ferHliMd wish DraaVy'e .. -our earlier .maturity and bigger proJUa. Lest
i State cabbage.MFLBOIKNK. nturmt fur die frail from the f.e atree which the Four Friend of
; season racking Company,
sraa shipped usenet the Florida Clnva Ex.ba
I POULTRY COLONY' a e were.t, 78ja. Thlolso.e.etret.r" FalaneUo Manatee Cow using 1200 pound ef
IMPORT .0M LEGHORNS .r tlM Ireee and UM F.rfn.ae,bee takea earaeeTls)0 DraJley'i Fertilizer per acre, got pprozi.jnalely u
4. l' :A solid carload of 8(000 white fcg' onw .ee. af peeking and picking.We 100 more crate of tomatoes from each
S were added to the flocks of the Melbourne Afwe oael ef total production waa MMM.thUg acre than did nearby: n8..OO.oed other
, Poultry C.loay recently. Th birds are aU IMS than BSOO which g tv e.ae;a art proT- make of fertiliser according to Mr. J. T.Frleraon .
pure bred and were purchased front the: II of.1Itde..4,4TL1., M ate five aesea.Tbie .
J Alabama Leghorn Farms of Aul.,. Ala year 6e Ireee are agalsi loaded white ,Jr secretary and treaaurer of three
bama. WBTO bred poultry stock ii being Introduced fruit.and are U Die beat*f.....s..... This la well.k wa Manatee County grower
on many Florida farms and thereis of the taw ..veelaia. lakeland .
see High.lasiil
chicks and Fact like these mean more than page after
'I' a egg in allsseectioons of the etato. 04 wwe aea> w ry Devote pleased with claim
, batching !/ :0 .f Bradley'. Fertillaer ha.o
the renlle a4Uned irea taw ewe ttjtmffeseJHaan.
.1 earned the right to at least a trial Jry every

i LITTLE DANCE IN ftUCAR/ CANE: Slajswd, COODWTN COOCIZ.: pwwer ia Florida-because,year la and year
AREA DVB TO STORM Nome zee,.- -.ram c.,_ oat,these goad have gone on prodoKiing MOT
ef Chicago Intft'ated -
B. 0. Dalberc capitalist
la the Ceiotex tndury. after a Mr.Join a I\JWL earel.ker of f b. Coodwla profit for every dollar the grower speedo lorplant

survey of his '! holdings n v>eregloa a: Ca gis) Grove, copal "I laMe been using food. UM Bradley' oa YINU"next er p-
of Lake Okoechobee, reports that and let the
Bradlev. Fertilizers ou ny own grovea for crop decide.
little damage to eropa la evidenced at either
Clewlatonor Canal Point and that the: Industry the Jut twenty veara. filet still maintain their Send for Urea copy of new Lool MI Citrus

of sugar manufacturing and the Ugh standard *f ejaalltjBradW and Track Crops.BRADLEY'S.
gathering of pulp for Calotox would proceed
unhampered ft la reported that Mr.
Dallier keenly Interested U the .centre of
Lake Okeechobee. las offered to advancethe Fertntarrs r AA ALTTT-) are
Ute of Florida two million dollars to .
BU e by A* wosWi largest srtiUer BUM*
be need for this: purpose. laetmrca, Over aba/ nan of asMeeaaU aaeadu
eight bars FWlda. JMd ends a"AAQiiiuTir
An iBtorealfeg WkM entitled "rVrida "Jose .a..l..1.mull-Ike awa, a Ua FERTILIZERS
Fumigation acts"" tella how yon can absolutely ..ko'oVaaa of the .... A*
control red.and purple acale en citron r *M the .....
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Akhaagh Florida la one, of the. greatest
fruit and vegetable producing sates ia the
entire Country it ranks low as a poultry
and egg" producer. Practically ae Prompts>>
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r tore or horticultural Interests.. It I* who ... Internal examination will dlscloa ..;

f'' : FRIENDS.OF ly beneficial to man and deserve his a"", large whit spots or Ji ia the livers
FEATHERED Doe will
I' stinted protection. The shooting of the affected to, breed ;
.' nighthawk for sport which. com yean ago
assumed such extensive proportion in Flor- CONTAINER: IMPORTANT ITEJCI,J';
: FLORIDABy ida and other southern states was a Calamity .
the consequences of which we cannot Many factor enter Into the problem *(\ ,;
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f measure. It is probable that Dot lose profitable marketing and the manner la
i than four-fifths of our eastern population which a product I* packed i* one of them ,a
ROOT. W. WILLIAMS. insects and worms hidden there. The dainty of nlghthawks was so destroyed leaving a la the mind of the grower, the package .!i
} Solicitor of Dept of Agriculture, sprightly warblers, of many kinds andcosts bare remnant threatened for a time with or container used 1* a matter of small tins ..
Washington. D. C. and the more sedate vireos of .less extinction. portance and he i* Inclined to select it oa .

I W* often bear the adage, "A bird In the diversity and! ornamentation, scan They swift, although habitually tailed a cost basis, Ill'Urinebat the crate hug: '
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twig and leaf within reach of or basket on which a cent two la save
band it worth-two on the bosh." Rather a swallow by nearly everybody I* no swallow, or s sis
should it lie Mid "A bird la the tub it able of sustaining their weight And finally -' at all It I I. far removed ia another order at the c.tI'I of purchase spoilt economy and "i IJ
worth two in the hand." the kinglets and ghnatcatchers seek of vblrds, having nothing much in common I unfortunate
The food of .0 class of living things exceeds out those forms of Insects and the like that with the swallow save that it is a bird alike This viewpoint bas cost and
variety that of bird. But many Inhabit the smaller twigs and leaves. These swallow gathers Its food out of the I is' costing grower*, of Florida million ofdollars .
specie. subsist wholly oa insects and man are only a few of the families of birds upon air. It is a chimney dweller when not In from the standpoint of actual returns "
it eternally I at war with value which our trees are dependent for protection the air and it I* the air from daylight on the crept marketed. '
u of tbosa that feed on insects--.Jbo from inserts. The cuckoos, orioles, to dark pursuing I' the most graceful eve. The use of a cheep poorly constructed J.
weed arwla to no longer open to doubt. Indeed sparrows, thrushes lJnte.: the boisterous lutions the winged insects that constitu container, regardless of its purchase price (
1 iV it quit certain to any ono wb Jays do their Its entire bill of fare It come to MS ta I.I always a costly investment and the tup- .
/ bas takes the to invetttgate. that But Intectt and their ilk are not confinedto early spring from somewhere In the tropicsand r-d.a": etl at the ahlpplng end result '
practically all bYrd. have a real value to trees. Nature has met the situation by remain until sometime la Octobedevoting loss at the marketing end I
man at living things apart from any use adapting certain of her species of bird* for itt energies to ridding u* of noxious and It doesn't do to loose..Ieht of the fact
that may be made of some of them at food subsistence on sparrow d winged insects. It is exceedingabundant ; that in the end of the day, the latter I I. the
But, despite the general usefulness of bird. Many of the glean their1 food and its toll upon such insects I. important end ; ',
for the most part from the but the specialist in packagestandardisation .
it ir inevitable that at tome point and ground enormous. H. A. Spllman, }
somewhere specie will Into sparrows are weed-teed eating M well at Bureau of Agricultural "
come come conflict Th swallows, which include the purple
meet eating birds, and therefore doubly hat lilted last of least imwrtance .
with man'f plan and purposes. And Economics, as .t,
or house martin so familiar to all of u .
useful to B*. Who has not seen the strikingly factor of cost ef '
again lone Inherited prejudice, universal ort are among man's most useful allies In the the a good con-
local, hit stamped this or that bird (usually tri-colored towhee lords chewlnk, or war on iflMcts. They too subsist on those .ainer. while h* emphatically. point out rthat t
I some species at hawk) with the seal a:, ground robin, call him what dead with with I Insects that infest the air when not bu : a cheap flimsy basket or crate is ex- '
\ vlllany. But no greater truth was ever, lit .tout feet scattering the leaves and tormenting man or other terrestrial anmalt. pensive If it cost nothing.It .
Uttered and none more worthy of our deep, trash; in the underbrush 6f garden or woodlot But unlike the swifts they frequently U P'ck".4th ICr.d' stock, '
and reverent reflection than that to tensely of our old-faahloned homes. industriousy : p' er *
/ perch during the day on tree, house, tel more thand verage market '
I searching for beetles
grabs, and other
expressed by the' wit and rood old el enough than price
phone or telegraph wires or anywhere \
t Friar Laurence in "Romeo and Juliet:* forms of creeping, crawling, wiggling that suit their convenience, provided that to the entire cost of a good container 4A
For naught 10 Tile that on earth dotb hlngst Than we have the meadowlarks, from inch perch they have a clear, open l'a oa the part of the grower, ,
live better known In Florida is field larks, that view of the surrounding country. Ilene packer or shipper to lower packing cost bv ,
But to the earth tome special food consume large field quantities of injurious Insects they will not be found in the Interior found In
i doth giver and pasture. Thoughnot forests or other wooded are... Th martinis Is a mighty risky proposition and beforetaking '
Nor ought M rood but itraln'd from usually thought of as an insect eating an exceedingly sociable I bird and come such action due consideration should = it
: that fair DM bird, it it a fact that bobwhite r game readily to almost any sort of dwelling put b. given to the manner In which the product .''1"
Revolts from true birth, stumbling on I bird variously called partridge airquail up for him. Hit soft liquid twitter and will reach the market, the preference :
abuse, consume substantial quantities of amiable disposition, to nothing of bin of that market to the type of package used .d
Vlrtut itself turn. vice, being mi.applied .- harmful Insects and bugs, to Such an extent services as an insect destroyer say makes him and the effect that a change In type or con'
hat several years ago the Ohio legislature, the most attractive bird entice I to situation of the container will have in reitlon -
And vice sometimes by action digni en behalf of the farmers, forbadeah ho .hooting our neighborhood.The we can to the sale price. 1 i
tied.Florida of this bird at any time flycatcher, which Include our familiar While it is true the question of crate or
it not only Melted with a large The most eons icious of the birds that kingbird or bee-martin and crested flycatcher container I* but ono factor in the problem
I and diversified resident bird population of seek their food in the open air are thenight or cherry-bird, are most efficient of marketing, It nevertheless has a direct.(
Itt own, but it alto it the winter and summer hawks swifts and swallows. No bird policemen. While they take their insect bearing oa the net ,return per box to the
retort of tpedei. The great tan exceed and very few equal, the eee- food almost exclusively ont of the air they grower and because of this fact deierve
-ll nom Ie value of the nighthawk bullbat
I bulk of theme are intect-eatlng species. or ill serious consideration.Th .
after it
go very differently from the nighthawks -
it Is
at called In Florida. Its food consists
: It ie one of the Impressive manifesta- swift and swallows. subject has been given careful and ;,
j tlont of the thoroughness of Nature' plane holly of Insects. In the stomach of alto marily sit upon some outer mrlaeu4.*< serious study by the Government responsible :
that ont or more' species of birds hat been nighthawk: 1300 flying ants have marketing agencies and individuals and '
been and tree or dead leafless limb of a live tree, or
I provided to police one or another of all Mosquitoes gnats comprehensive have broughtto
of the food this which upon telephone or telegraph wire or slm many survey
cf remarkable
part of our useful and ornamental tree bird light Interesting fact and In. .1
unobstructed
t is ,liar places, and launch fort : ndI1Jd. .
The woodpecker, equipped with long, powerful peculiarly subsistence adapted by nature for a gevrous at any pasting insect, usually returning to the form of bulletin,.booklet .
bills drill1 .into the body of the tree on winged insects. Its ,the Dame perch. They destroy counties designed to aid the grower and shipper Invoiding "'.
head is
and forth the luckiest enormous for the size of the bird, pitfalls. literature I.
drag worm. The titmice and Isvery "all mouth" i harmful insect and commit no predationsof costly Such
nuthatches, and chickadees, smaller nearly Its bill Is to be had for the asking.CITRUS .
so small that it I. almost no bill at all any consequence on man* possessions.Some .
bird than the woodpecker but still equipped Its stomach is huh might be I of oar most familiar birds, includIng .
I M suspected
I with stout straight bills, clamber the brown thrasher, erroneously' called '
from a view of Its mouth. With such a i MARKET SURVEY ,
around Marching in the crevices and recesses combination of structural characters Itmust thrash spend theu1.111I1'. moment and ,
:f the bark, in every decayed knotor be obvious that this bird has no capacity roost at night in the seclusion of hedgerow Oranges sell better than grapefruit inthe ,, .
hole and under any moss or lichen for to inflict injury our 'rreal"That's *, thickets and densely foliaged tree i smaller cities and towns, according. to "
upon -
of bushes though a large Bart of their fuel figures compiled by the U. S. Denartment '.
t 1 I I. gathered on the ground. The thrasher,: of Agriculture. During the calendar year
I. a rather king, brown, speckle-brent 1927 the total shipment and ortl of '
bird that quietly searches for worms and Insects ., orange were 75,787 cart of which 65,134 ,
i of all kinds In the leaves and brink art, or 73 per cent were old in 66 lead. ,
under the shrubbery of our spacious yards. fug market. Grapefruit shipment and .t l
Imports during the same period were 21,284
I RABBIT BREADING FAILURES art and these; 18,233 ears, or 87 per center .:
BY I. F. ARNOLD sold in the, 66 markets. :
I This Is mostly caused by the doe feeing New York alone consumed: 21 per cent 1
too fat When this is the case, the dOG may; ot all the grapefruit .nl'1hlladeIPhl.:
I accept service but d re while Chicago, Boston sc ;"
mains therefore, that 11th': doe joalt; not anted for an additional 20 per cent Thiswould
r I be too tat at time of breeding! but fed up indicate that four markets consumed ,)
7 heavier after she I* bred. 45 per cent of the entire commercial I grape- 1
Excessive especially during' our fruit crop. Unloads of grapefruit for these
I summer nheil: I very hard on does for 1 1I our.markets were a* follows: New York. '.'

kindling regularly, unless t are kepi a,337 caret Chicago, 1Ht carl; Boston "i.;
I cool and properly fed -not bung allowedto 1,271 cars, and Philadelphia 1,054 cars.Orange '
get too fat By keeping their in cool, consumption was mor a wlde- ;jA
I open hutches and Judicious feeding they spread and New York accounted for only i
can be kept breeding daring the summer 17 per'cent of the shipments and imports. 'I'
months Chicago also showed a relative decline and :
HomeD .I: italnj'I'J at her young was 6 per cent while
Mighty Pretty : Philadelphia\
a Sometime this Is In case of young ones Boston r. had < and 8 percent
born dead hot If the doe Is receiving: good, respectively. Th* four market cent' J
RIVE along the highway malt the farm home, and the wholesome blaneed feed and kills and eats lined consumed 85 per cent of all shlp- .
of Florida.. How many suburban home more liveable :usual : making a habit of this, she Is meats and imports The amount eonJ"
place attract your attestand more valuable. Sometimes, worth keeping at a breeder. ''aumed In each (If these cities were New""
tion? How many place* have W* shall be glad to mall you a doe will be found who It a York, 12,892 carol Chicago 4.622 cars ,:.
1 shad trees, flowering shrubs: a copy ef our latest catalogue. poor breeder la most case this I* eitheran oaten, 4/26 car; and Philadelphia. 4.M2 '
roses? abnormally large doe, which may be an cars. '
i Yet there has never been A SOUTHERN PLANTINGtime excellent show specimen or in culls or overbred Although Boston I. not the third m
when "mighty pretty home FACTS stock with low vitality In the latter population it rank a* third In citrus fruit
grounds" eould be had for such Which has been revised and case It 1* best to realise on the meat and distribution because of the many largecities
a reasonable Investment A enlarged for the benefit ef ful of such animals. that aro contiguous to It and purchase -
few shrub along the wail and homeowners, gardeners and llttemOverbr..dlag through this :Boston market.
at the doorstep, and evergreen ,. of the south. It Four a doe should Market other than those,mentioned that
or two at the entrance drive, a is safe gold the best plant b* called noon to and she should nsnmed nor than 1000 carloads of
rose garden, shad tree to pro. J 'fruit* rto this great sec never b* allowed Train: nor than six orange last year were Detroit, Pittsburgh,
tect the veranda and some tion. Send today for a free of seven to the litter. If overbreoding or CI..Iand. San Francisco, St. Louis and
fruit In the garden these copy. too large Utter are permitted it bound toshorten Baltimore, named In the order of their Im-
the productive lire of :. breeder rtanc*. Cllle (In the (00-1000 clan Included -

GLEN ST. MARY NURSERIES and. at beet produce youngster, if allowed Buffalo Cincinnati, Columbus
CO. to grow up of low vitality and more or Indianapolis, Kansas City, Milwaukee,

Box 811, Glen St Mary, Florid less worthless as good breeders. Even Minneapolis, Seattle, Toledo and VTaohlng- 'k
when allowed to b frequently their off .
THE SOUTITS LARGEST NURSERIES A have die :'k'rlldlk't. fh vitality. We tsRelatively cities consumed more than
doe as many a* 600 ear of grapefruit Among those to
sixteen and seventeen Average litter listed were only Cleveland and Detroit. A
ever three year period has been 10 1-2 so large number md 200 car or mores Theee
it will lie seen that the beginner mast were Atlanta, Baltimore, Buffalo Clncln-
nuke up hut mind to do away with the, aatf!. Colombo. Indianapolis Jacksjnvllle,
Red ofd JS? 5 Strawberries excet of above six or seven.reccldloeis I Kansas City, Minneapolis I : Pittsburgh.: St.
or Spotted Liver I Louis, San Francisco Seattle and W..hlncY
Dirty hutches, filth, wet green food ammonia ton.
lhie..i.k'.t1. +r iranW.anr ..rs..eb'i from
ga memory, usually cause this
.. ailment, which 1* the microscopic parasiteand Are yon tn the market for hatching egg.
e..ha. v4N rarrara.ea somewhat contagions. This disease I* baby chicle pullets or breeding stock
fteg hard, especially: for the beginner to distinguish Would you appreciate the names of Tells*
lcs god uw etas ,. er Young ones will sometime di; ble poultry farms from, which the different -

Paper Mulched Berries Better without noticeable cause, other may breed may obtained. Write Farns:
'appear rough coated and weak. It and I Grove Information Bureau stating
'ta very hard to distinguish' and euro title what want and will In direct ..
you w* put yon .
lie w e..r. rr 04MA N elr =,..,. ,u.M.e..Mw ....r? ......i if ailment, though the animal may lire a long touch with reliable people If you
M.., w wemu time. Usually it J* more fatal to about have one or stock for said let us know and
j.e w js ster*. When detected, food
e a.. .W sw.sea.Gardalr green we your on file and belli '
b* temporarily discontinued and feed some took-.m:; t.II. Address Farm and
Nhlilel'y CO.B.atwS OsateIa. warm boiled cereal sack a* rolled oats or G rov* Information Bureau, HUIiboro Hotel
rice, also good clean hay, carrots and warn IIIdr, Tampa, Fla.




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' now have competent dairy _pertar end cation will fad himself or herself ft* a
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: other are coming Into line The dairyman virtual paradise upon entering th* exhibition
should locate where he will lave the benefit grounds, fair officials promise
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Dairying
[ l of proper r la agriculture, the beat the auto produces
/ essential
k, ," "\ Fifth. Water, Pare water la an
/: ;" ,./ la. the dairy busmesa.New U hay and grains, vegetable. finite,
42 :J10rt< .:* : Dairymen of Santa Xoea county are preparing and ether nut, rice, tobacco and ether products
BY GEORGE BURMIAM to Import one or _on cart of highbred uJ-p: : en display. Method ef ac
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1 stock with which to build ep their of the unusual exhibit

'Jj i 'r:j i I Our rural population evidently bas not of farm production -namely, oranges herd Lake Worth dairies have recently been The* alto cattle may show be will learned.feature the but ofseveral

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1 th/, yet awakened to the possibilities ef dairying The very favorable position of the dairy inspected and one dairy and en* Ice cream well known breeds Inching Herefords -

h.lt1.., IB Florida. The industry hat grown business, ai compared with other farming factory condemned. Dairymen are combining Aberdeen-Angus, Jersey. QuernseysHolstele-Frleslaa
: without ranch promotion or adrertlslng and their operation la the 1D1.erea.1 and ether. meat and milktows.
Y' operation |in shown la the fact that, for the
with few up-to-date dairymen A hone and saul show will be held
"it : ub'h: II-'t part fire year, the production of milk In economy
: to for the year ending Tampa health officer: I Ia agitating for e in connection.
*:>!h, 1927 the milk: prodocttef the country baa increased Un percent each license fee for milk feddlcra. Licensee to Swine will constitute another show, aa
fi r. r ,,, oofltyhe state were exceeded by but one item year en the average, and the price of retail be granted after inspections snow sanitary entire, well, equipped building for hog be
'i, milk baa Increased more than 68 percent In conditions. the ground Dare Jerseys, llamp-
,. the put fifteen years, while general feed and distributing stationat ohfrea, spotted Poland Chinas, Chester
:; product have increased fat price 85 percent. On dairy one. I Whit and ether widely known classes ef
Lakeland have had their permit cancelled -
This far show atlll the be _... Some will weigh
; .. year 10 a more condition, porker may
\ favorable increase In Bulk price on account of insanitary more than half a ton.
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3 The Florida dairyman I* receiving more two ether dairies have voluntarily closed Other feature will Include a buildingitrestlng
.I't for hit milk than the milk I producer of any up and the remaining dairies are reportedas women' work, including needle
.
In- .haP"Dalrymea'
good sanitary
'w.w.n-II.eOdrt.'' itate. retail prices quart in being Polk have and culinary artat the negro building,
ONhea'c the U county pat op
; some cities for year 1927are where member*; of that race will have
..... given belowt eight silos this season aa a result of the their own fain
Portland, Ore U tents activities of the county agent Frank Holland The dog, cat and poultry shows will

i 'I' t ,' Buffalo, N. Y.: ---,:::::::::::13 cent and the feeding committee ef the Polk silo eclipse anything In those line ever attempted -

; Chicago, Ills. .__,. _14 ante County Dairymen's association Every fair official declare. The poultry -
: wt ------ millet
raised cat-tail
T1 Is fulL Three farmer show will have the classification. ef
; San Francisco, Cal. ________14 cent
: Boitonr Mas*. __________.14.8 centa with such good result that many will raise "Gold Medal" because It i* sponsored by
: TIUT R Los Angeles, CAL ..18 cent this crop next ,tal'. At slut eight more the Jacksonville Poultry Assoclaton, unit
New York N. Y. ::::::::-:18 centsBirmingham miles will ge op next season. of tile national organisation.
"j t. Reports of the United States Dairy corporation Specialities include an exhibit of live
TRACTOR Ala -_________H.S centa ,
"jtN.t' Atlanta, Ga. ______._______18 cents operating In eastern Pennsylvaniaand tile Florida fish and game by the 1:machinery
southern New show that
Jacksonville, Fla _________20.S cents Jersey and fish department, a gigantic '
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., company sold more than 15,000,000 gallonsof display and the Industrial exposition.
*" ;, These figure Indicate that the Florida Ice cream last year In addition to supplying The Johnny J, Jones carnival, leader; la
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" ( milkman 1 is getting about 40 percent 'better > milk to numerous cities and towns. Ita line has liNn engaged for the full mine
r, fIa:1: price than milkmen in the country a The "Milk Dealer" that the rid.
says dairyman day period. They will have 18 thrilling'
For More Yield Per Field Urge, and 17 percent more. than those of should talk about tile value *f the .... ling device and a special kiddies :midwayfor ::
the southeastern states vice he gives at well t* the quality of tile tile young folk
t" IIaoo--PI&Ato.cW1tIvat" What. la Needed milk which he serves.Metropolitan .
D... All On HTM Will De First, the weeding out of cow In the Life Insurance company

; '. And Doe it Better dairy which do not pay a profit Many had a full: page advertisement in Geographic ,!!!!!!:!!}!!!!!!!!:!!!!!!!!!!."
dairymen act on the theory that a* long
magazine telling of the wonderful
:
The IJ'I'IIJ'mlt Always at a cow It producing milk, they are makIng health milk. When tht
,._' .....".Paw Ttw POM'S-....... giving qualities of iORLANDOI
'tee r+ money. Any dairyman can ran his own
,
electric
11.osw.es Partner Th M._ir ...Um" showa Insurance societies! and the refrigerator |
: vim: FOB menu cow-t itlng club. If any cow doe not people are helping the dairymen to |
profit by the record, get rM of her if you
Unnron'' Ca. advertise his products, It would seem that
The have to give her away. Some pure bred the dairyman might do torn advertising on I is in the center of $
:'l./ Also W. But .at, DNA H Par1ab OWe town never have paid altJflt. and never his' own account. '

wilU Don't keep blood. The American Public Health association oft the great orange jjj
'I"J.. Second. Breed up for production by usIng at its meeting in Chicago the past month
"proven sir**." A proven lire 1* OM devoted much time I to the discussion of milk. growing section j ]

that can thow five or more daughterfwho North Carolina Milk Control ordinance of Florida i
;t Seed Potatoes have a larger production than their dam was discussed by H. E. Miller of the ,
Dont us* the' first bull that comes along.Third. N. C. Board of Health. A full reportof
Feed for milk, but don't over'c do this discussion, which will be of great *
w. Certified Bliss I-a.terh't: : should be a good producer for at Interest to Florida dairymen will be given | SAN JUAN I
\ yean. Don try;te get her entire next month. ,

-if Northern Grown production in two year Dr. A. F. Wood of the U 8. Agricultural
'. Fourth. Raise ai large proportion Gf DepU lays that the only time that dairy HOTELS
"mm |
year feed I* possible. Don't follow theexample men object: to health regulation, i* when
'I ;t For Prompt Shipment t that Florida dairyman who. was they are not enforced. ...

too lasy to raise a crop. : Is' headquarters for ;
; CHASE & CO. Fifth. Flan your herd year ahead. Know VERSATILE: STATE FAIR PROGRAMA
F, what kind of a herd. you want to have and versatile program designed to be educational citrus growers ,
Sanford, Fla. work toward that end. If you dont know fun giving and capable of selling e
bow to Improve your herd better get out Florida to residents and prospective settlers :: catering to :$

of the bll.ln.... Suecct la any business la planned for the Florida State Fair, their special
't.It.i: : there days comet only to the man who at Jacksonville, November t2-Deoemb 1. e,-
knows. Exhibits! worthy of drawing the attentionof $: needs

The Immediate future will tee the weeding every Florida farmer, poultry man or JJ *
out of the ignorant, careless lazy far cattle raiser hare bem listed for the nine :
PLANT MOISTURE mer. Business method and efficient action day event.It JJ: Located center ef all prlncU 0

will soon make it impossible for the nan is to be the fair management's greatest 4 pie stores, office buildings, :
Insure qllick. sturdy: who don' know how, to compete with the effort In the show line since the fair !H telegraph station, postofflce, :$

healthy growth I make coning builne farmer. association was organized eleven year ago JJ: courthouse, and theatre *
Opportinitir In Dairying A banner attendance I I. anticipated becauseof
your plants draught and for the feature offered and because railroads
y There numerous opening men
disease resistant with who are flair for breeding and a good will give special rate to accelerateout :|: SAN JUAN HOTEL |
n-c"ko ef the city attendance., Reasonablerates
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of dairying
TORFMULLPe.t with O k capita sufficient to engage practical In the business at hotel and in private home in 2J: T. L. :Rich, Mgr :2

t of furnishing dairy COWl to milkmen Jacksonville also will be available.So :: Orlando Florida :t
who too Ignorant to breed and too lazy far as Interest ef the fanner extends
are
( Moss) to raise stock. There I* also a large demand la the ,.Ir. the man or woman in that vo rtttttttttttttttttttttttttttt.CAsTOR .

4p Truckers report amazing for cow for breeding.

relult. One mall lost only In a few counties, begtnlngt have been
made in this direction, but every county
S plant. on a fin acre should have at least one breeding establishment -

planting of tomatoes.r where the dairyman could get stork POMACE

Wonderful for 110 m.around. ek with which to Improve his herd.

.. lawns. abNb. If Florida I* to supply her need for dairy CST
k product, there I* apparently a wonderful Economical ferfil er

and flower. opportunity for the dairy breeder for, at /for CHnj9Ve clabIed .

WRITE FOR LITERATURE least the cpmlng ten year*.
Breeding Farm
Loeatinf a onC
First Boll. A location should be selected (, ,

JACKSON GRAINCOMPANY where the toil strong enough to produce ANV
QUANTrrV
good pasture. Sand hills and ordinary -

flat woods land are not suitable. Such risen' CHASED Co.
soila as the high .hammock of Marion
Diatribulon. county the red clay snbaoll of west Florida SANFORD' FLA. j
the hammock of Volnaie Putnam and
TAMPA FLORIDA
has counties which are underlaid with
yellow clay and the area of the Peace River

alley extending through Folk. Hardee, De-
Soto and part of Charlotte counties and
which i* underlaid with phosphate deposits,
offer the better prospect for profitable STOKES SEED SERVICESHEREDITY
dairying. Land in other counties borderhog -
en sections mentioned may be'.f, the .
tame character and would, be available I
ertili Z r+ Prosperous dairy farm nay be found In VIGILANCE

.Y these sections and their owner are pro- {
Farb eta6X wing a !Urge part of their feed from loch t
oil*. I
aK!( nfsTr ,ry Second, Drainage Most of the profitable STOKES MARGLOBE TOMATO SEEDCan
dairy breed have been produced en land
with good drainage. While I have seen cat Be Planted With Absolut Confidence
John river getatturage TW Mushto Mrt.e.d.en.e ewe tl..arw.l.l.d. I. ". s..d..s
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sore that Infested: stock cartel com in contact sUNFOIO-._

with diary stock, Uoadreda ef purebred FLORIDA 1 :
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Inquire concerning Poultry Problem will be 'given prompt attention through our fro Information

Bureau. Reader are urged la write a*. Address Farm & Grove Free Information Bureau, -

HillsWo Hotel Bid,.. Tampa Fla.
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! ECO LAYING CONTESTSThe and Wast. The Rhode Island Red Club habit tt eating and drinking. If allowed CONTEST ANNOUNCEMENT
tat of October win close the 1927- I wi.Il.nlso hold their annual meet and offer outside early they will roam and not COD-
: U/ egg laying contest throughout tb.collntl'7. fifty dollars In cash for best exhibits by some enough egg mash. Feed scratch grainat FLORIDA FARM A CROTE Section
member If you have fine fowl and want night only. take pleasure la announcing the following
Practically every state now coadueti the world to !know, bring them to the State Tie farm la the natural home of poul Information
these "hea race*", alt beglnnlnr No Fair. The advertising alone will repay you try. Oa too many farms they de not get a* winner In the Poultry *
rember lit, ending October Slit.: With la the sale of your fowls. Th poultry exhibitions the attention they should. They an merely Contest, conducted In theme
each year ken, lIke horses, are developed I have been the backbone of the Industry a aide line. Unlike other crops, poultry columns dirtag the past three monthai
te nor speed. 80 we tee poultry production If you are a lever 0' the beautiful rightly handled will yield an all year In-
making itrldei along with everything a* well aa the useful it la your duty to come. Then' are no "oft year*"-no batsaasoni. First prlxeTMr L. A. Ba... Pono.kee .
.1... fatter horses, faster automobile, help support the county and state fair poultry W* urge farmers: to pay more attention Florida.
train and airplanes. In fact, the world It show The State Fair catalogue may to his poultry-not make It merely
moving faster and tauter. The writer remembers be had by writing Mr. Sam Ellis Manager, a pin money for the wife. With little Second prl e-8. R. Nicholson, IX
when fife mile per hour over a Jacksonville, Florida. I effort backed by knowledge It CM be mail' Lauderdale, lila
country road wu pretty rood time; when the most profitable. dependable branch ofyour :
th* tautest train mad 80 mile : firm Third prize- :8. E. Ilardawan Bartow,
when the farm ken wa making: ao"a PENNEY FARMS DEMONSTRATION H. B. LANSDEN. Florida. '
the laId "two titters" of a dote egg each POULTRY FARM

hi a year. Now we have a little I 1-1 This modern poultry farm located In the EAST TO CONTROL POULT,T LICE
pound hen laying ISO egg In MS day forming the function of production and
The egg laying contest nave mad this heart of the town ef Penney Farm consists The .,robl.... of ridding your poultry of marketing-this can b* done better by
possible The Georgia content will finish of 29 acres, half of which I II cohered lice becomes a simple one with the use of a group action than by individual effort
with 10 ken passing the SOC egg mark. with bearing fruit-pecans, plum, pears, preparation now on the market. It la easy to
Alabama with a* many or more; Florida blueberry Japanese persimmon, and grapes apply-you merely Taint the roost just
will have 4 or possibly .. The plant la a* arranged that, all buildings Like to housing your bird for the night.'
r The next contort at Chipley, Florida, begins can B* reached' by track, with driveway, .wrtllTt. advertised patent med'cine!
en November lit. If yen hare some lined with .-thirty In num "It you sleep/* It doe away
good runner make an entry. Writ E. F. ber. Modem equipped and filled with the with tie old troublesome, expensive laborious -
Stanton Manager, Chtpley" Florida, for beat ef White Leghorn Rhode Island Red I methods of either dusting or dippingthe
particular and Jersey Glanta. The run are sodded In fowls I and yet gives far better results I
Bermuda gras with small 1 growing making It possible to completely I ans.
EGGS ARE SOARING SKYWARDJust succulent: green all year. One house eon- thoroughly. delouse a flock of several thousand -
a* we predicted through this dot taint 260 pullets ready for trap trJ birds with one easy operation and in a
t the outlook wa never n beginning November- lot another 800 single treatment The product 1* manufactured
partment-that l poultrymsn when we urged i 8 with %6/)' each. Record of cost and production ty an old established reputable con-
you t. keep all your pullet. are being kept of these unit as a cern and before being offered for this pur-
Fresh" egg are being napped up at definite demonstration. Fifteen breeding pose was given' careful and rigid I tests, submitted
$1 .BO per came wholesale. The consumer yards, from which hatching eggs will sup IF t* Experiment Stations further tested
pays more. We told you the harvest would the new twelve thousand egg capacity Incubator' and proven and now' carries autV">rita- .
to supply our local farm with Br -' W fW MM said MUfM. m will
be re dr by October. Many poultrymea tin endorsement-Is absolutely dep.ndJu -
who sold their pullet and hen are now high grade chick and to ether out side of able and Th product come in miss rM. a wn seek SM.U at Butan caMkCklr
regretting It Feed It cheaper than for Penney Farms desiring a high grade chick bottles or tins, costs but a few sad. beck M nblMr bobs .........
some year Larger yield' per hen-nor* for stocking their farm cent A 3Bo bottle U sufficient to treat We an name off hrn fcHdna M Tender madPower
profltf. Predicting good business forday Th poultry farm la one of the showplaces 19 running feet of roosts. It I* even more a see at .. t. ..... w. w)i.i mi.Bun .
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at Penney Farm and daily including < a WtIM Jtoefc* sad W. Lose.....
old chick hatcher!**. Also for poultryequipment economical in larger quantities. This method
Incubator, brooder, poultry Sundays, throngs of visitor I Trots all In no way Interferes with egg production De.
feed, and other accessories. Florida will part of the state come. The productsfrom er discomforts the birds. In addition to
buy heavy. A word t. the win ia faftlAdvertise the farm, especially the fresh Infertile controlling body lice, It 1* also effective
cleat. eggs are In demand and bring top: against mite when used as a spray on .>; UNKERYCBICKS
Jwgla now and keep It up. prices. Two hundred Capon are being roosts,walls and nests. An inquiry addressed
cr.WDro.. the Holiday market, also Mam- to FARM GROVE Information Bureau

THE FLORIDA STATE .moth Bronx turkey lilllabcre Hotel Bldg, Tampa, will bring ANO HATCHINO lOOa -
FAIR POULTRY SHOW you some of product; and nearest dealer. eN w. BAT IT. ,JACKSONVILLE, fLA.
The Poultry Department ef the Stale POULTRY HINTS.
Fair I I. supervised by the Jackaoavllle The heavy rains almost daily are conducive MARKET COMMISSIONER
Poultry Association and ha always been to outbreaks of colds, developing RHODES REPORTIt
on* of the big attraction The poultrybuilding into rou pa. Care should I be taken te prevent will b* Interesting and profitable to WHITE rKKIN DUCKS-Breeder* for
I* modern and on* of the largeston by keeping house a* dry a* possible.At ; very poultry raiser in Florida to read and delivery NOW at $2.50 each to-M.50.
the ground Each bird' exhibited ha a the tint sign of cold which can be detected thoroughly analyse the timely and well Eggs and Baby Duck for commerce. Nov.
separate coop, and coop art so arrangedthat by heavy breathing or meeting, Epsom written report of Market Commissioner delivery. Egg $2.00- ettlag $U.M per
visitor can walk ap and down the Salt should be given twice a week I Rhodes which appear below: 100.
Me and view the fine exhibit of the many about 4 tablespoon full to a gallon of It I Ia rather difficult to realize that poultry \ Baby duck 1140 cent ***eIIS
varieties of fowls.l This year I is expected water. Keep a Little, peraonganate ef potash I product la the United State have a .00 per 100. .
to be the best in the history of the Florida lo drinking water daily until colds disappear.Do greater value than the cotton or wheat $SJ.-8 per hundred !. lots e( .
t State Fair and will be its 10th comecativ feed system if J5* er more.
not change or
your crop; or that they amount in "value to approximately
Imaylaad Puck Farm, Inverness, Florida
fair. you are getting results. If not, write this $10.00 per capita.
The American Poultry Association of lepartmwt for advice. The production varies with this different
Florida will hold Its. annual meet and has Best result may be obtained by keepingpallets seasons which necessitate the keeping ofan WATCH EGG PRICES .SOAR
designated the State Gold Medal confined In their house antI! ten
aa average of 1,000,000 case eggs and AM Jose .W M. AM _a.. ..N_..'. BrW.tohj .
Show. This will lend prestige and bring a. m, providing laying mash, water, grit, S3.009 ton of dressed poultry In cold storage Nikes ma III rw beak... ,..11.. what -
out the beat bird from North, South, East1 shell, and neat They will acquire the stabilize **
to insure supply and the mar rw *.... W, km B.f While Or** Served *
ket. In other words, UjMQ can of eggs Will* Reeks. to*, alula ..... Dr.. Lss'wwei
and 1,110O can ,frozen poultry are ready u* AJMMUI. Write bases roe ,*....
for[ market at a moment's notice.
-- -- Poultry product In Florida have become C. A. Norman. Kaexvllle Tenn.
one of the most valuable agricultural
products.. Their value ha* been estimatedat MONEY IN RABBITS
FLORIDA FAIRNov.
STATE from $9,000,000 to flS.000,000. The
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most conservative estimate place the pres.eat ..w.. P.. ._... 1IaWo'..
annual value of poultry product la tr w. have hiss., far
22 to Dec. 1, 1928 Florida at approximately $11,000,000. 0 iIV br..e.eb es Lw..tprNew.
Statistic compiled by the State Marketing .4 -we.. Write lee Irk f..a J .
Bureau indicate that the total value ef altxraltrr
AU Record Broken In ALMOND
1927 lAHnrnr
produced farina and
product on
... sue T.._ pa.
laa town and cities In 1927 was about
Bigger and Better In 1928 $13,000,000.
Them are only two traps produced la the
i state that exceed poultry product In value BABY CHICKS READY NOW

every year, these are orange and grapefruit Barred Rock. Red. White Rock, Or-
A FARMERS' FAIR -Dairy product amount te about the ilngtona, Leghorn, Aneona Wire if Ia a
same a* poultry product During year hurrr. Remember that more Florida people
i
\ of heavy production and good prices, corn
use Normsn'i chick than other Big
Some of the 1928 FeaturesFlorida' any
I II or tomato might exceed poultry product hatches nearly every day.NORMAN'S .
n valve. This however would be the extepttoa -
I and not the rule. Poultry product POULTRY FARM
ID Florida have Increased la productive Kaexville, TeenesseeCELLOMOSS
Greatest Dairy Cattle Show Championship Horse Show
vein aa of 10 cent annum
average per per
It Enrope'i SeneatKmal Honey Troupe 18 Thrilling Riding Devic** .. for the past If years or nearly twice a*
Cold Medal American Poultry Show $25,000 in Prize Premium fait ai our population. But If Florida con. .
Two Band Concert Daily some* aa math poultry \product: per capita
i Championship Cat nod Dog Show South' Largest Pig Show aa the average per capita tonnimptioa
the United States, we are till Importing
Florida' Fish and Came (Alive)
Stale ExhibitLindbergh's
I Agriculture ene-thlrd ef ear egg and two-thirds a'
Flight In Firework Special Kiddie Midway ear poultry. Th new poultry litter.
U. 3. Shipping Board ExhibitFamoua Negro Farm ExpositionJohnny However, during the heavy producing
Clean.
t
sanitary
find the market easy *
.. season, We egg evar-eap-
Outdoor Attraction J. Jon Show
plied, due t* the fact that egg are regularly handle. Destroy odor,
Florida Institutional ExhiZaita Wood UtilixalMMt Show Imported Into our market Even at absorb moisture. Keeps
Home) Demonstration cr.ICicldiee' Knmiral Day thepn sent rate ef increase In poultry production rune cool In ,.
la Florida, the total value will rammer
Educational School Exhibit 4-H Judging Contest
amount to $25,000.000 In a decade. With warm in winter) Combine
Gigantic Machinery Display Industrial Exposition ear natural advantage la soil and climate with dropping and becomes

and close p'fttltr.Jre: eastern mar- rich fertilizer for
9 BIG DAYS AND NIGHTS ceta, the be madea lawn flower" shrubs
(0,000.000 business in Florid la tn *, ,
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e' rears.With' etc.
a gigantic motional poultry Indua- Writ for Literature .
Florida State Fair Assn. try a* a perpetual tonpaUSor and both the Prkea.
National International supply affecting and
,, eat IIII4' Florida toultrymen will
Jacksonville,. Florida be forced tot or*anise and co-operate In the JACKSON GRAIN CO.
Improvement of quality, itaadardlaatiea ef DiatriLlitonTAMPAFLORIDA.
t. J. LOGAN Pre*. BAM ELLIS, Mgr. nNet. the assembling 01 sufficient qwstitws .
C - to supply te constant nwrket demands .
the eeenruf of flatcars, bnylagemUing ::1
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Knowing Her your message enjoys a reader attention that U slat wide la ewe affording M opportunity U reach net I'

300,000 rural f1oricI ut. The rat Farm 8 cent* por word par cash Must accompany your order.e

A POULTRY LITTER THAT I Send copy and remrttaDC to florid & Grove sections tUUboro Hotel Bid,., Tampa Florid.

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fi\ Cello-mose new poultry; Utter recently
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'introduced t. Florida poultrymea Menu to SEEDS, PLANTS ETC MISCELLANEOUSFRUIT POULTRY'
',be meeting with aa enthusiastic reception
"' by; theme tertian it and give promise of becoming I
k universally; popular, sine* its use SEEDS treated and tested! by; an expert GROWERS. $171 In cash prime FOUNDATION STOCK front our five popular *
0 appear to.be a profitable investment seed house. The dawn .f a new era tI await you at Winter Pavei Send yourbest varieties of darks. Utility or ExkbWtton
"- rather than an expense at hand. Seed and soil disease rob the fruit to be displayed. at the Florida mating. Also Rhode Island Red
Cello-moss Utter come in Isles la clean farmer of 10 te Bo per cent of his crops Orange leaUvaL Ale pris* t nbbon and Whit Leghorn baby; chick Writ
: and sterile absolutely sanitary Spread In Send for our catalog of tested and treated *Write for premium list, judging, chart for price: Dixie Haves Farm. Bradea
run under roosts, it prevents the for disease seeds. w. have fresh and Information i. B. GnthrU Florida ton, Florida.
Jmlof vermin, quickly absorbs drop stocks of pepper, egg plant, cabbage>>a Grant Festival, Winter Haven Fla..
turnip, tomato, cucumber, reddish, spinach PIGEONS
r neutralising them destroy odors
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; lingo cool in summer and In etc. Write today. Fin National EARN $6 DAY gathering evergreensroot PLEASANT. profitable pastime breading
runs warm
Seed Co., Ine. Just Jacksonville Fla; herb. Booklet free. Botanlca{ Purebred
winter, absorb moisture and tend to maintain .I pigeons, raising squabs. a-
the flock in a healthy condition. will reach us. ow Haven, Connecticut climated. Southern Stock. Free lU s-
trated booklet. Pogrom OWl P*"*
U would seem that a litter capable of rendering RHEUMATISM will gladly tell anyone:
; sunk service could hardly: be expected FIVE Million Pure Bred Yellow Rooted was cored In four dare after two Plant Hattieaburg Mill.

to do more JC after it has served Missionary and Imperial Klondyke 2&'UO ;:1'1' terrible suffering. It make no BLUE RIBBON BLOODED Chicks make ,
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in this capacity : I* removed t* Permita per 1000 In 10,000 lots op $ difference what form yon Hare *oa profitable fall broiler Writ for ear
fresh application of material it possesses 1000. Cash with order. Ready, tf::' suffering, writ Dept :4."Bo 147: low price and further particulars. Blue
a cash vain as a fertilizer and will readily 16th. W. H. Nichols Son Bald Knob. Little Rock Ark Ribbon Hatchery, Atlanta, Ga.
bring several time its origins cost when Ark. ,
old .a this basis. It is rich in available HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE INEXPENSIVELY RABBITS

plant food and always finds a ready mar CABBAGE ONION Leading Varieties overcome without d"'< address M. M. Stoke (F. G. R.) Mohawk
ket. 1.00 1000-6000 ".501 10,000 $7.50 11 RABBITS-Fin* young pedigreed I Chinchillas -
More detailed Information regarding Lindsey Plant Co. Lenox Ca Florida. $5.00 a pair; Whit New, Zealand,
cello-mois may be had upon application to $5.00; Big White Flem. Giants $8.00,
Collies Rose K. Tack
Chapel
and Grove Information Bureau Hills- CANARIES.
Farm White Angoras, 110.00. Matured breed
',1.00.1
I born Hotel Building, Tampa, Fla PLANTS Cabbage/ and Collard Hill, N. C, ere $10.00 each ap. Lualle Gardens. St.Prtenhore 1

1000. Bermuda Onion plants, $1.00,1000 NEW TOOLS for trucker save time and ; Fla.'
HELPFUL HANDBOOKWhat Quitman Plant Co, Qultmsn Ga. money, weedrrs, cultivators wheel hoes,
return may a grower reasonably II etc. Writ for free efttalnff. F.rm. TREE KILLER

expect from an acre of tomatoes, beans, Cabbage Plante, Wakeflelda, Dutch Grove Information Bureau, Hiiltboro Hotel
peppers, eggplant or any other /given crop? Copenhagen. Immediate shipments 1000 i BIdg Tampa, Fla. BO-KO Enough to kill 60 trees $1. Bo-IU
I, What varieties are beat to plant for marJrett 1.26.5000 $6.00 shipped a O. D. Bermuda Company, Jonestown, III...
.' What does the When Onion Plants same price. Only; first class THOUSANDS/ of dollar will be given
I should plants be set out.et.roeJltI piano shipped. Rush orders Satisfac i away In prises at Florida Fair, this tall INSTRUCTIONLEARNING
I and fertilised. -What is the average cost I Omega Plant Company, and winter. Writ for premium lilt and
free Information address Farm A Grove shorthand, typewriting and
per acre ef the different crops, including Omega, Ca.
I } Information Boas, Hillsboro Hotel bookkeeping the new modern way Is a*
fertiliser seeds labor, picking, packing,
r etc.? FROST PROOF Cabbage Plants, quick .1!!!!!., Tsmpn. FIs.REAL simple ai A. B. C. No Failures. Home
i t Questions like these are Invariably asked shipments. All varieties, BOO 65c| 1,000, study, Course, or Clan Room. Day and
I by the newcomer or those about te engage $1.00. Farmer Plant Co. Tifton, Ca ESTATEFOR night classes. Thor City; Business Collegs. -
Seventh Ave. and Fifteenth St,
in the growing of for market
: crops
: SEND NO MONET C. 0. D. froet-proo Tampa, Florida,
The i"-inner in which such creations are cabbage plants now ready. 500, 65c;
i answered depends upon whom yon ask and 1,000 $1.00. Standard Plan} Co.. Tifton, FOR Dandy Florida fruit I poultry; U. 8. GOVERNMENT JOBS. $1200-
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I it li not altogether wise to place toe much Ga track farm, monty maker and rea $.1(00 year. Men- 18-50.
faith in the opinion of on. or two Individual bargain. Write Farm A Grove Inform Steady: work. Vacation..menE'pealll' '
THE "BOOK OF TRUTH" FOR plantersof tlon Bureau Hilbboro Hotel BIdg., Tampa anneceisary. Full particulars
,r The enthusiastic Board of Trade Secfe- i' new groves is yours for the asking, Fla. with sample coaching FREE. Writ
Wy or the eager real estate broker often I' Writ today. Ocklawaba Nurseries Ine. Immediately-today. Franklin Institute,
lead the prospect to expect phenominal re- Lake Join, Fla. 40 ACRES FIRST CLASS CITRUS LAND Dept. K 44, Rochester, N. Y.
tarns they verify their estimates on the Bear Bradenton close In, best but la
s' experience of an Individual /grower who FROST PROOF Cabbage Plants 100 acres state at $2r per arm Write today, L. IMPROVED FARM LANDS
I actually netted an amazing sum per acre Large well rooted, open field grown.Early B. Skinner. Dunedin Fla.

a certain .. Jersey, Charleston, Flat Dutch, ACRE WANTEIV-T hear from owner of land
10 AND 40
onO horalld 20 TRACTS CHOICE
the you might happen to Copenhagen.. 1000-75c; 500043.6010oo citrus land adjoining one of finest ok for sale for fall deliver*, O. K, Hawley;
ask an individual farmer who from _-of () -$&60. Bermuda onions 1000- Baldwin. Win.
failure of Satisfaction groves in the state on excellent paved
a number of causes made a total $1.25. Prompt shipment
his tracking venture and his advice is anything guaranteed. Fairview Farm, Quitman .lighwsy close thriving city and near HELPWAN'iED. MALE
wonderful gulf beach. Well protected
\ 40..
but encouraging. _
from frost in where
area temperaturenever
Such informatiaon to lie really; helpful WANTED Men and women who cm pack
". CIANT BAMBOO ROOTS. BO-KO Company goes below 3d derrees. This Is the
b based
and reasonably accurate can only fruit to enter the fruit packing contestto
location
Jonestown Mist. for your grove and 1* Ideal for
en a careful survey, eo faring the experienceof ., a horn .. well. These tracts will move bs held as a feature event of The Klor
," many growers rom which the average/ CABBAGE and Bermuda onion plantsnow quickly at the price offered write today Ida Orange .Festival Winter Haven. Two
gives a fair Idea of what t* expect. ready for shl most. Cabbage plants for full information map showing exact handsome Loving Cups $100 In cash
' The Handbook for Florida Growers and 6e 500 $1.00 1000-$1.75 post- L. primes and statewide publicity await the
e 100--* -- location and prices I B, Skinner, Owner.
Shippers issued by- The State Marketing paid Crate 8000 plant $3.00 F. 0. B Dunedin. Fla. winners. Writ for entry blank and In*
Bureau of the Department of Agriculturegives Devine. Bermuda Onion plants, either formation. Open to anyone, no entry
the most complete and comprehen.sive crystal :yellows 100 LAKESIDE: HOME citrus grove and poultry fee, address J. B. Guthrie, Florida Orange -
El Information along this line that It is goo-75e, 1000-1136! postpaid Crate farm In the Interlschen Section of Festival Winter Haven Florida.

possible to obtain. FrOl'4" you quicklyand 6000 plants $3.80 F. O.: B. Dorine. Plants Putnam County, the County with a real ?
clearly gain the following facts as they guaranteed to pleas you or money re agricultural/ background. Details and MEN-INTERESTED obtaining iaforma:
relate to practically every crop 1fI'GW1bI funded. F ,R. Brlseoe, -rewer and shipper photos. LOVELAND A TANNER INC., I tlon about work In South America, writ*.
Texas. DEVELOPING REALTORS PALATKA. i South American Service Bureau, 14.000
Vsriety commonly locations that Devine Alms, Detroit, Michigan

lead In the shipment of such crop, amountof JUNGOS.Avocado and other tropical fruit GROVE. 19 $-4 acres. 1500 ft City limits.
seed required to the acre. lost of seed, tree and ornamentals. Write for cata lake electricity. New 18 ft. pavement by MACHINERY
how and when how to fertillsa, log. Reasoner Brothers, Box X, Oneco Orange Co., $8,000-terms. Owner. Box
formula I to use, when crop mature approximate Florida 147, Apopka Florida. COMPLETE Irrigation equipment for
yield per acre, total production /grove or farm, pumps, motors engine
..hlpl'lnfrn., how to pack formarket ILONDYKE Strawberry Plants-"Innlpected" FOR SALE or Exchange: Orange and for any purpose. If you want a dependable '
container to use how to load ears, "Certified". 600- $1.60; 1.000 Grapefruit /groves, truck poultry; and water supply; at all times .need new
tariff regulations seasonal -$2.75, mailed. 1.000--$2.25. Expressed. dairy farms-80 yean experience parts or service outfit,
illlb
IJ:4 ; thouaand. GainesvillsPlant ida lands. P. John Hart its Fro Nome:
markets like beet, 10,000 up--$200 wt os today. Machinery
sections, quantity: hipped from the state, Farm Gainesville Ga.NICE >.vestment Corporation. P. O. Arcade, Company, Inc., Orlando Florida.
Room 22 Fort ,. Florida.
the sub- My. ,
miscellaneous fact bearing *n
Froit-Proef Cabbage and Bermuda IMPROVED Type praying machines for

jec'oii.e book practical contain such Onion Plants, $1-1000 f. e. b, or $1.110 LIVESTOCKPOLAND citrus growers and truckara. Send for
I* to of valuable helpful Information 1000 Poit-Paid. Clark Plant Co. Thomas- free catalogs and price lists Farm *

an Immense that amount i* should anneal to everyone villa, Ca.CABBAGE. CHINAS from four World's; Grove Free_Information! Bureau, Hills

i Interested "In the growing of any and Collard Plants. 500 $1.00; Champions Breeders all "priced bore Hotel Hldg. Tampa, Fla
: Nashville
'!/ Florida crop, whether from the standpoint 600, $1.25 1,000, $ prepaid. Expressed right Emmett J. Smith, Tann. NEW IMPROVED Garden Tractor doe
of a back yard /gardener ore )large eommer- collect 6,000 $ .:. Tomato: plants FOR SALE-60 Dairy Cows John D. work of two hones'ssves time labor

eI.1 grower.r $2.00 thousand 5.000, $7.50. Wholesale Weedon, Florence, Ala. money, costs little, write for IllustrateIcatalog.
Since the book I. for frog distribiltion well Plant Company, Waycross Georgia. Farm A Grove Information
and tile edition Is limited it would be POULTRYPULLETS Bureau, Hlllibor Hotel BIdg., Tsmpa.
J to writ for your copy; at cat* A card or HEAVY SUPPLY Improved Missionary' ,
letter addressed te the Florid Farm and Strawberry Plant Young plants, whit MAKE MONEY with rabbit, ducks, ;;;.
Selected White
Grove Free Information Burean.HllliboroHotel root Postpaid 190-$1.00. Transpor- pure Leghorns, keys, pigeons. Writ for free Illustrated
Building, Tampa Fla. will bring it. tation collect 600 .$2.25) 1,000.-.$4.00) 14 weeks, $1.25, readv-to-lay, $1.60; laying booklets Farm A Grove Information
and Leghorn hens, 110. S. P. Howe, IMUboro Bid .
10.0-f87.110.( Cabbage, Collard Hapeville, Ca. Bureau Hotel Tampa.
f Lettuce plants 100--25c; 600- $1.25; Fla.
STOPS ntAfc IN STUCCO I .
1,000-.00; 10,000-$1T.50. Soother SELECT STOCK. 100 White Lrghorns
AND CEMFNT Plant Specialists Dinsmore Florida. SAVE SOME OF THOSE f $
100 Mixed $1400. 100
v Do your stucco walls leak. U your beans Barred$14.00. IId1.: I. Reds .00 Buy yourself a pump, a bath tub, toilet
always damp Such a condition to certainly N. SPAULD1NO ROSE potatoes for $18 postpaid ink, and a thousand and one differ
not a healthy one. A dependable J; hand picked before $200 100 percent live delivery. Emerson ; gilt things; that you can make good as.et *
i waterproof coating material may BOW be for ISO Ib. bag ." D. D. Morris: Elk Hatchery, Brooksville. Fla. those good hard earned $ $ $ $. The

t' obtained. emwelally; prepared for sea en i ton, Florida. IMPROVE your flock with a Jenlld's Invincible Plumbing Department Store. Markowlts
st cce and all types of cement work andY strain White Wyandotte. cockerel A ftssmck, Inc., 1.386 N. Miami Ave.
masonry. It I* absolutely colorless eaiy ISTitAWBERRY PLANt'S-W. produce the. Also pent. hem. pullets and baby chicks. Miami, Florida Mail orders promptly
to apply, not expensive and will prevent very belt quality guaranteed; fortI ,- Catalog free. Peter Jeriild. Foley, Ala.: filled.:
ta I ninth in baslneia. Safe arrivalguaranteed
leaks, keep the house dry. The product : year
manufactured by a reliable concern, I* Improved Klondike, Missionary SINGLE COMB Buff Orpingtons.. The best FOR If AI E-Comple:: unit citrus packing
fully guaranteed., will In no way affect paintor Excelsior, Lady Thompson: 250, all-pnrpote chicken on earth. EihlMtknf: house ma"hinery. Skinner washier 'and
discolor It and to knows as UFCirllddefII.B. $1; 500, $ IIIJmo$3.00. I 000 $1X50, and utility stock at bargain aricM If. pol/fNr/ !Stabler'! sixer two ear capacity; .
We will gladly where t e, b. here Everboaring.have taken et once. II. C. U"dertall..- I' (1. "A..!, bm'on, laic. Wales, Flortda.i .
book w the berries eight months la the year;
it and mind you : defray Ala. I
subject tf FOG will make Inquiry to Farm 25, $1.25; 60. L261: ; lOCI $3.00 post paid I j TODACCO
and Grove Information Bureau HlUibor 260. $4.1011(10, $8,60; IflOO $1UO. Lots Dl".ItS '
Hotel Bonding, Tampa, Florida ef 260 up express collect. Beautiful catalog BABY DUCKS Hatching eggs sndfoundation NATURAL LEAF TOBACCO: Best Grade,
ta colors free, send for copy today.J. stock from five popular ... I I Guaranteed 5 lb. chewing 81.111: 10 Ib.
equip. SAVER Lock Box $.. Judsonia, rieties. Utility or exhibition mailngs. $100; It Ib. smoking' $! 50 pipe free, pay
Now Is the time to /grove or Ark. Writ for price*. DUi Haven Farms.Bradenton when reeel 1 :ed. Valley Farmers, Murray,
farm with heater There are several BOW Fla.BKEDINO Ky.QUIT.
type on the market which offer advantages. ROSES AND PANSIES our specialties t '
A card addressed t* Farm and year roses grafted Txa Wax 60e. One I MUSCOVIES-Dork* $100. TOBACCO OR HN1JFF EASILY In-
Grave Information Bureau win bring you desert $6 100( ...$4S prepaid mail. Get : Drake $ r1 Five U tight xpBaivaIy, without divgt, Send ad-
interesting descriptive literature without Hut. Atlantic Gall )Floral Gardens, LoU,I Month Strain a I dress Stokes (F. G. K.) Mohawk. Flor
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after being kJDmt If this I* not don, they plants lint can bo grown successfully Ie

r ire harder to clean. Florida are given here by W. U Floyd, pro.

I' FARM and GROVE CALENDARFOR Bog ihofor itnnntd before being stuck teaser of horticulture at th, College of

do not bleed ..II. The meat cure and Agriculture These which may be planted

NOVEMBER keeps better where the Uv /hog 1* killed In November;with distant apart to plant

'. WORK with knife. and the time they way be expected to bloom
Do not feed animal to be slaughteredfor
If In November
are given bore
as
!
Vented ,
twenty-four hour before killing. Hog I .

November ii talr time al wttt M thanksgiving some Improved practice into effect on his should not b.* excited or chased before Verbenas. 12x12 in, March to September.

tlm for a good part of Florida. own farm la succeeding year slaughtering.Be Be cure to elect a cool day and to have Zinnia, lfn In.. January on.Atera8xa .
Firmer obtain deal ef benefit March to May.
can a great HOG KILLING TIME meat
box packer Snapdragon, 8x8 iiu, April and Hay.
from showing at fairs tight ismnecessary
or carefully study The month I* not all Thanksgiving and A : for meat Pansy, 6xtr. April to June
lag exhibit at fairs. Fair agricultural
are -
show window Their primary par. fairs, however. There la work to be don to Be cooL sure that all animal heat ha escaped I i P "'. sow iwtdi In drill I in. apart.

paie I* to tooter and Improve farming.However In November, a* la otery other month of from the meat before applying the lalbA January. to Ray
if they ire to b* of full value the year. HOST killing time I* here, for good practice I* to kill late In the afternoon Calendula, 12x11 In.. April and May.
f from this standpoint, it i* necessary that one thing.. Worker at the College of Agrl. and let the carcass cool all night Carnation (Marguerite), 10x10 In, April
farmer who visit the fair I should male a culture which include the Experiment startlon A good block and tackle I* helpful In to July. '
careful study of the exhibit and the Agricultural! Extension Dlvlilon hanging the carcasses. Larkspur, Iblla., March to June.
If you lee an especially good exhibit, try offer the following suggestion for While thinking of the larder and Dianthus, 10x10 In., April to July.
to find out bow it was produced. The hog killing tlmei the smokehouse I hfi pork that I* about Salrta (scarlet sage), 12x12 in- March to

owner or some other person familiar with Heat the water for scalding the ready for daughter should also bethinking July. ,
the exhbllt, will be then to answer questions > slaughtered hog or pig, to a temperature of about our stature aupply.I It there The plant listed above first ihould b*
and explain point about the exhibit 140 or 150 degree Fahrenheit. Caustic is not a fall litter on the place, plan should own In seedbed and later transplanted for
which! are not easily seen or understood. sods; wood ashes, or time will help remove >* mid to raise two litter a year la beat result
One should learn a* much a* fc* tan from the eeuU.I future on* la the fall and the other In the Th following are the names of soma
exhibit and exhibitor and then try to put I Place the hog in scalding tank IOODAll iprlng. Sow should be bred In November lower ..... that should be own thinly in
bed and not to be
are transplanted.);
for the spring litter.
If there i* a fall litter, It should be Men I Cover one-half Inch deep and smooth the

1.0 I to that the the young 1 pig li are the kept belt bed Sow with in back of apad* or with Will a board.bloom la .
Market When pig
young November '
It to begin to make a hog of .erowln"j( ...__.___May
much cheaply Gladiolus ...._........FebroaryCannaa
cffn b#.protected rnnlrT put.on Thereahould weight more b* planning to have .I .;;ra.... ....., .u..April

from Tanqer of > the tog pig weigh around 200 pound when Iris ........_. _.April
Caladium. .For
about six month old at which ._.......- foliage
they are Tuberose .. ... ...
> --* *B
time should be slaughtered
PROTECT YOUR CROP with the time. keted.they' or mar- Narcissi ?_.:=: .Jnuary to arc:

r tried and proven Nation"Scbeu"Orah.id Pig should be we.neeI..b.n eight to ten Spade the soil to a depth of "about 10
heaters,tnUllona In UM by Frail
new lather Mix plenty of good rotten com
week old. feed for them at this
and Truck Crawere-the only'heater eo- .t.AlfOu the call la the trenches, water
Urn part by weight of
.d of fruit &:1.Wd
by any large group growers skim milk crushed corn and I often. If no i-ompo i* available 'I
to 7 pounds of fish meal to torod: use some high-grade chemical fertiliser.
.
.
-/w- Give liberal application. Plant 10
of corn and ihorti. A* the pig become
",.ee.oee.w""FaggNATIONAL after the fertilizer has been nixed well
day : I
older, shelled corn or ear corn can be *ubitituted >
ORCHARD HEATER CO. for the crushed corn, and cowpeas, with th*,soil. When the bed show debility .
TOLEDO. WHO peanuts, or ground velvet bean can be used .rta kind, renew at once, and follow
nww o... a_ cr. rift in place of skim milk. repeated sowing, By to doing
I'J-.d M.L_e-C.. t Th pig I should have all the green food< flower can be kept blooming .through\

they will eat. Rap make s good winter the aeason.
*. GIVE SPRING PULLETS CARR
erur16llrDh: ORCHARD WORK: pullet should be brought intoproduction
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--- The fall fertlliier for bearing citrus not later than November in
tree should be put out during November. order to have egg to sell on the high mar.
This should contain less nitrogen and more ket. Soma of the factor to be ConsideredIn
potash than the spring application The this connection are summed up by N. R.
IF You Are A Close : middle of bebringgroves ihould b* disked. Mehrhof, extension pooltryman, as follow*!'
: Young tree should b* banked'with cleanearth 1. Birds should have suitable houses and
: fro of rotten wood. This rotten surroundings if they are to do their best
Provide houses that allow of ventila.tlon .
plenty
wood may contain wood lice or whit ant
.
: that will Injure the tree*. but do not throw bird in a draft
Insurance : If hot-hol borer get to attacking Injured Roosting In draft, or In houses with poor
Buyer and weakened citrus tree, thus tree ,ventilation, often results In the bird have
should be protected. A painting with Ing romp or colds.
: whitewash will help to protect devitalized 2. Sanitation I* essential. Keep the
trees from the borer*. Make whitewash houses, yard and birds clean. Be sure that
LOOK INTO THIS: : quite liquid *o that ft will rundown and till there are no parasites, either external or
up the crack and erannle. of the bark, internal, present.
and apply it to the trunk and large 5. Have an abundance of clean, freshwater
: branches of tree. If a tree become Infected always available. A great many

WHAT IS IT?, :Ten Units of the Bankers National : with h.rfbe of shot-hoi poultry disease fountains.are spread through Iniani'
wren. It cut down and bumecprevent *
7.W; bird
Annual Term to the borer from attacking other t neglect to the
Reducing : trees. I torn greenleed. It It absolutely smentlal.

policy. : The pruning season for citrus 1* also at 6. Oyiter shell, charcoal and grit shouldbe
land. Dead wood should be cut out and kept in open hoppera.
.' turned. This not only make a better Avoid sudden charges In feeding prac

WHAT WILL. IT COST? At age 35, $137,50 annually or :. looking disease"spores, thriftier tree that but also are help clinging to destroy to> tices. SOME They decrease SHORT production.SUGGESTIONS

be he dead wood. The pruning shears, knife, Here are a few ,suggestions that may
paid semi-annually
may or : and saw should b* disinfected frequently to serve to remind some of n* of things w*
quarterly. prevent the spreading of disease spores already know to do la November but may
: from one tree to another, and the cut *urf. have forgotten about
I ace should be painted with crbollneum.In 1. Don't burn the iroodi. The Pin Institute -

WHAT WILL IT DO At age 35 it provides the' next month or two many young of America estimates that "Prevent.In 10
and forest tire will nave .
grass
citrus tree will\ be let In letting young ng
: Insurance of 12470.00 if death citrus from nursery row to the grove, yean the cost of a standard concrete road
each where such fire
township
round
16
prune
rtt .or.SooJoJ: : d': "
r is from natural causes. Inches : not burn regularly.
dry Out .o fast and low-headed tree are mke.T hedge ;whichgr owe wild,
Insurance of $22,470.00 if death less liable to cold damage, are easier to s good and shrub plant forroad .
and horn grounds beautificatlon.leed
," pray, come Into bearing earlier, and af-
is 'from accident. Payment off ford caller harvesting. may b* gathered the latter part of
December and plantedimmediately
PROTECT FALL TRUCK CROPS November or early
premiums for if become Uiardener and trucker often find their I in well prepared garden loll.Th .
.f. you you crop attacked by powdery mildew In late I young seedlings should be cared for In

totally and permanently dis all and early winter. This disease I* prevalent the spring, and will furnish a good evergreen '
> in many sections of the state, and tree for beautification purposes.
abled. 1* often called rest by the growers. It results 8. Ox warbles or November to appear
in a rusty appearance of the pods and I" Florida cattle in and Decem-
a whitish, powdery appearance of the upper ber. They should I b* iijueeied out through
WHERE CAN I GET IT? From the Bankers National Life aide of the leave This powdery substance holes in the bumps they make I In' the cow's
I Ie largely composed of spores of thefungus back, and killed.' .
Insurance Company, an old-line causing the trouble.' It can b* controlled I
by dusting: with dry flower of iuU
legal
reserve company. Simply phur. The. sulphur will not remove the

cut the powdery appearance from part of the
out slip below fill it in, COUNTY
plant affected but will kill the FLORIDA
and mail it'to the Company, and spores and-.y the blsease from ipreadng. ( ,
New growth put out thus will be pro-
you will receive full particulars.j tected. The sulphur will last longer if twopaled MAPSComplete
of it ar* mixed: with one part; of air-
Urn*. detailed Individual county
Irish potato grower who are not Ming map ef any county or counties you
certified seed should aoak their ed potatoes desire
in corrosive sublimate several day Sloe 18x1l Inches. Printed on heavy
j Danker N.tion.llJE. Insurance Company, before planting to control scab and black bond paper. Give township, range -
scurf A 1 to 1,000 solution of corrosive section and quarter aectlon.

423 Barnett Building Jacksonville; Fla. sublimate l.. the en*, to use, and it of maybe the Show railroad, town, village road,
1 four
ounces
made by dissolving Iocsie
lakes, river Quickly any
Eleaso furnish m. full information regarding the Unit Annual Reducing crystal han In 19 not gallonsof sprouted and water.not been Potatoeswhich cut piece of.property from the legal description .

Term should. be soaked for two hour and thenspread
Policy M advertised! in "Florida Farm and CJrov
PRICE tae EACH. Poitpald.
already
out to dry. If the potato
have sprouted they should be soaked Complete' bound Atlas containing Individual

Nam. _______-_...-...________-_._I_---._._._._._- only from SO to 45 minute, removed and map of every county In the
rinsed! In clear water and dried. The state ((67 Maps) together. with statistical -
strength of the solution should b* renewed Information on each county.
Address -__._._..._--.?_____.?__?__________.... ______ by adding one-half Genoa of crystals after PRICK: FOR VOLtHK 1600 PottS'd..t'h -
five bathe of potatoes have been treated paid. t, to
hour and adding water to bring desired ;prompt;
Occupation _...'--_______.:.._______-_____._____...w.Age -,-. for the i two solution tit, to Its orirln level. forwardedt will b*

-.' Every Florida MORS horn FLOWERS can have flower ADDRLMRUSSELL4 ..
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very month in tin year, by planting at the
proper time. Some varieties of flowers cangrown KAY
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!!! !.I! \l 1. n.r r. i." be every mouth, while other can b*
f ; trrown only ia their particular seasons. PUBLISHERMU
'her* U a treat wealth .f material to **. Lynn Are. Tampa. Fiends,
i "' .. lect from, "bat some of the arboeoM
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NOVEMBER NEWS OF PENNEY FARMS FLORIDA


PENNEY FARMS STAFF THE LAWN ANDLAWN MOWER LEAKY ROOFS MAT WE EXPECT TO RESPECT TOUR BUSINESS

......... 0. Lawi% y.. ........ Fesseawl. Th blowing rains have located DISCONTINUE THE V8BOF Other have ere higher regard for
.. ..... FERTILIZERS
nor .
CEO.
R* walls M-1ea. 3 s.aq Feaso-0wiss By HOFFMAN Head Dep the leaky roofs a* well a* allL our business than 'e hay* for It

19. :'f-t'--: rem*. The fellow who said of the well It will b* noticed that a good i-er- Many of.our farmers who camfrom Tow regard for It II largely/ based
new :.w lareese v ofereitsie kept lawn-"A thing of beautyand cent of roll roofing las shown the middle West and other upon our conception ot Its moral
a Joy fornercertalnl knew
what h ) leak either by blowing off or sections of tilt county where thpractice Inherency Business must b* conducted
was talking &!lOut. With- of
*.4 IlarUnItaralA out the well lawn otherwise. By the time these using commercial fcrti open the square to receive
aeami,=Orm1it. kept the ground are lisers doe not generally prevail. oar entire moral respect and
are cold and lifeless in sup.
replaced with
another
roll
.. ........ Regardless of the kind appearance.and they will have roof an wondering why. it Is necessaryto port Right hen la found the
quality cost as much as a Use so much fertiliser on our breakdown
> i and and
Fret send of
A.mr I point place
. Jy .et =. quantity of shrubs used In the rood roof in the beginning and soils. They ar? also wondering If, wreckage for a promising
R. R.M nmt Aolrunvdt planting of the grounds, the absence itill art notood. many
Posthe : it will be possible la time to buildup 1
.. ::.. concern. Because its management
of the lawn detracts While these
..... H 7. 0odrfc Iliad alrr Dn rt- : from are being replacedand the fertility of our soils to a knew then was crookedness Involved -
own t the surroundings as would the absence before covering new building I point where It will be possible t- In its method of
PlotM ail O I> Chrk,o48r/ Para 1Ia aw.. of an appropriate rug or car 1 nor thought should be given and decrease the amount now requiredto the business, their '' conducting
pre H. a. lard... Head reef" D.UNft pet In the well arranged living then more nsedT permanent roofing materials produce maximum yields, or per. not com to It with wholesomeness
a room. The beauty of the lawn hap to discontinue this use entire of mind and enthusiasm ef heart.
Mi WUIm.; Assure BortlmlDouM seem to make the shrubs hold B.: R.
.:riot.A ap RANEY I ly. These are very important Their efforts were divided and
D. WMtoM, Iliad Markrtlii PrwuMT their "heads" and Broil wit Head, Agricultural Engineering point and ar worthy of much their energies proved unavailing.

It Ira r;. 1 mils 4.so.isto pus loss, or great pauerby.dignity at the proud owner Dept. consideration. However' any attempted But when a man brings to his
_. ', explanation of these points dally task the full support of his
,II' ..... B. c..:. .... B_. I.... I' Briefly lawn making In Florid would not be completed or satisfactory moral personality, when be can tell
Is one of the simplest and easiest ratchet arrangement gives to the : without first explainingwhy others his problem aa b* look

.............. sad aeelnn.nr. Paperm ...1 problems In landscaping the home mower what the differential give it is necessary to was ferti them straight in the eye, asson-i
(wM.d .... .1 sett m.t.rlel ..... grounds. The following point to the automobile that Is-when lisen at alL that h* has nothing to conceal
:...aW'oil iAdditional r w4: bed carat .. Weir should be observed and carried forward turning around one wheel can It is common knowledge that theaverage when h* reaches the height of
r asps" t.e.bb.d free woes in the order named stand still or go slowly while the plant require ten elements success without being arrogant or
raa-a. _. ?r w Fame New% 1. Clear the ground of stumps, other roes quite a distant With via., nitrogen phosphorous, puffed up, when be can look Into
yrM, fill the holes drain and give a out this arrangement It would b* potasinm, calicnm, iron, magnesia the face of his wife and childrenand
gradual slop from the bouse very difficult to handle a mower, sulphur, carbon, hydrogen and know that they have an honest
WHERE: PENNET FARMS 2. Prepare the toil by constant because one wheel would have a I oxygen, in Its diet before it can husband and father, when he pose
PRODUCE 18 BEING SOLD plowing, harrowing, and nor ; slip on the grass wherever you make a satisfactory growth. It is sesse the consciousness that permits *
and if the original soil Is good wished to turn it around.If also common knowledge that' the him to respect himself and
W. an showing;; below the distri and cannot be built up haul in the mower I* to cut properly tint seven of these elements are compel other to regard him for
bution of vegetable and fruit good soil. it is necessary that every point oneach obtained from the soil and that the his own personal worth then I I.
shipped from Penney Farm during 8. Apply broadcast 1,000 pound blade Just touch the shear amount of each available to any such man an exponent of brew-
the season fall and spring season of con fertiliser per acre and rakeor plat when the blade are revolved. crop is restricted, not only to the nose dignity.
.of 1927-28. It ll particularly Interesting borrow into the soil. Allow the This condition can easily amount in the soil, but to tho By J. a PUNNET.
to not that our vegetables seedbed to settle for about one b* obtained by grinding both the mount available to that nartlculaicrop
and fruits want into 111 _.._Ir_ blade and tile other plate with during a given season. Since
r' states and SI cities: c.La, off rows 80 inches emery and oil. In order to do this the; amount of each element present CONTROL BACTERIAL
''I.' New fork: Potatoes J tan; (use of a 7 plow type one horse It will fin be necessary to reverse In the soil is determined !largely by ,WILT OF ECGLANT
f""' Corn 1 car and 288 arts Cakes, cultivator with only the two outride tile l ratchet gears, this Is--put theft the amount In the original material '
!' 84 arts; Peppers 84 trial Limas, plows remaining is recommended !( hand ratchet gear on the right From which the soil came, and the Spraying will not prevent all
;Jf 28 bpi; Eggplants 3 arts; Squash, )-and drop Bermuda roots hand end of the mower blade shaft treatment the soil has had sine I Ii disease which attack field crops,
t' 8 arks; Strawberries, Infr; Strawberries :8"-24" apart la' th* row. Cover and put the right hand ratchet was formed, it is self evident that fruit and vegetable A bacterial:
erta.Clev.land h* root* immediately flnt with gear on the left hand end of the a sol) contains a definite amount or wilt of eggplant Is ono inch die-
Potatoes 14 can. the pressor of the foot followed mower blade shaft When this is each to begin with. Fortunatelyfor ease Roguelng field sanitation
K Philadelphia* Potatoes. I can by a "V" shaped hors drawn drag don the blade will not revolve the farmer the average soil i* and rotation of crops an given a*
F Strawberries, 1 ref; 8qn. *sh, ;i -and finally roll. Then the mower is pushed In mow. well supplied with all of the essential mean of control.
bps; Sweet Potatoes, 11 b... 8. Broadcast 12 to 15 pounds ot Inc po.ldolHo..er, if the mower element except the first three, This trouble, which may be Wen.
V k Washington: Potatoes, f car; carpet grass seed per acre and is pulled backward when In a via., nitrogen, phosphorus and pot titled by a wilting of the plant tip
n Potatoes CO bu; Strawberries cover by rolling. mowing position or pushed forward assium. It is these three that wear or of a single leaf near the top and
f reft" Cukea, 41 erts; Peppers, 8 6. How the grass when the with machine upside down the really concerned with In the 9y a quick withering and dying of
crts) Eggplant, 4 gets; Tomatoes, ground has become well cover*, blades will revolve backward.! NowIf form of commercial fertiliser the entire plant may be consideredone
F- 4 era t.. and fertilise about every 90 to 120 a past mad of emeryand The conditions under which our of the meet important diseasesof
f Buffalo Potatoes, t can; Potatoes -, days.To. Ja".1 Heavy oil Is placed on the shear soils were formed ware exceedingly the eggplant When the stem of
K 27 bu.Chicago keep up a !lawn, a good late and the mower pushed along favorable for the loss of a good the diseased plant Is cut across, it
) Potatoes, 9 can; Potatoes -. mower kept In good condition is for a few minutes upside down, portion of these elements from the, shows a browning of Its woody elements
I; 13 bu.Yonngstowni. ecessary.! A dull mower leaves each blade will be ground to a fit resent soil material before they' and the exudation ef a
Potatoes, 1 ear. I the lawn as would a dull shear against the shear plat*. If the cam into our possession. This dirty, white, puilik substance
Newark Potatoes, t cars. leave the unfortunate one receiving! mower blades are very dull it maynecessary means of course that the original containing bacteria,
Baltimore) Strawberries, 9 erts.Pittsbnrg the I hair cut haggled and cnslghty. be to repeat the operation 1 amount, or rather stock supply, Rogueinr, field sanitation and
I ) Strawberries, 2 rtfr I The problem of sharpening two or three time and per- contained In' our soils must needs rotation of crops are the known
I Richmond! Potatoes, 8 cars; Potatoes and keeping up the lawn mower haps make an adjustment on the have been low. That In turn implies method of controlling bacterial
; 12 bu; Strawberries, 1. should b* Gilt of little concern. The bear plat that the amount of each! available wilt. according to G. F. Weber, as.
refn; Cokes 20 trial Tomatoes, 9 following btiJijE-Spencer! InBETTER IInh' complete procedure for put- to any crop during a given snclato plant pathologist of the
arts. Squash cits. GAR your mower into excellent season must needs be lower than Florida Experiment Station T*
Asheville: Potatoes, I cars. DENS. March 1928 should be of mowing condition should be more the total amount present Admitting check the rapid spread of the disease .
i t Atlanta! Potatoes, 1 car> Beans great I Interest and helps .r less aa follows this to be true, and assumingthat in the field, all affected plant
75 bps Peas, 23 bps Cokes, 71 I "By proper care and use your I 1. Remove the cotter pin or nut In order to produce a maximum should be destroyed a* soon as
crts; Peppers 20 arts; Squash B2Jiprt lawn mower should last a lifetime a* the ease may b*, from each end crop yield a definite amountof hey an noticed. Insects also
; Onions, 2 crts; Eggplants, 2 Lawn mowers like automobiles, .f the drive wheel shaft available nitrogen: phosphorus: should b* kept In check.
crts. however, are subject to excessive 2. Remove drive wheels. and potassium are required In the
Bridgeport! Potatoes, 2 cars. amount of abase: J.lack ol 2. Lift off each ratchet rear soil. It U very evident. that if the Check th* wet spot and Improve
Akron Potatoes 1 car. care ana mould D* given a general (the small gear which drives the amount of plant food In the sol land- ''our dramsg wet spot might
Saginaw Potatoes S can. overhauling at least one a year. lades) being careful to remember than that required for maximum be of your belt lOlL
Wilmington Potatoes 11 crts. This work should consist of sharp. an which side each belong It la a induction, w* can not hop to chain
Erie Potatoes, 1 car. mining the blades, inspecting the good scheme to prick punch both maximum yields. Plan are Make plans for growing a few
Moundsvillei Potatoes, 1 car. gears and ratchets, and replacingthem the gear and the shaft on ODe side no more able to over draw the all and winter flowers panslea,
New Havens Potatoes 1 ear. if necessary. A coat of with ono mark and both the gear available plant food in the soil than etc.
Louisville'Potatoes 1 r. arnlshon the handle and a coat and the shaft on the other side the average person Is to over draw
Raleigh t Potatoes, f car. of paint on the metal parts might: with two marks. Now rovers the his available funds from big bank i
GreenvUl! Potatoes, 1 car. not b* amiss. At least it will make gears as explained above. The fact that the average costs i rut and potassium needed for
Charleston! Strawberries, 1 refr; the mower look like new and will 4. Replace the drive wheel and plains soil for that Is what oun lalassed maximum yields.
Strawberries, t erts. prevent the part from rusting. faiell them In place by a cotter as, is deficient in available However, with nitrogen w* have
Knoxvtllei: Cokes, 11 crts; There are three usual ways efhappening pin or otherwise. Adjust the shear nitrogen phosphorus and potassium a different situation. Nitrogen
Squash, 6 bps. a mower (1) filing. plata SO that the blades Just touch coupled with the fact that differs from phophorus and potas.
Gastonia N. 1:.: Beans 11 tips; ((2) reversing the ratchet gears the plat and will revolve without our extremely intensive method of alum In thai It may be added to
Onions, 1 erata.Morristown ed prindlng them with an abrasive undue effort arming result In the removal of the soil! In large quantities other
Ttnn. Potatoes 1 compound. and (I) hiring ;t done 8. Place a mixture of oil andemery excessive quantities of these elements han by means of the direct aditlon >
fAr III a shop. Molt people resort to on the blade and the shear from the soil, makes it Imperative in the form of commercialfertilisers.
Paris Term Beans, 17bps.Birmingham the third becomes they have found UU. that this deficiency In large quantities of
) Potatoes, 62 bo. from experience that it I* a rather (. Push the lawn mower along plant food be made up by the edition nitrogen may be token from the
Orlando) Penimmoa, t crts; difficult thing to file the blade In reversed position until each to the soil of the proper kind atmosphere and stored in the toil
Potatoes 25 barrels; Strawberries, evenly. They have alto found that blade I* ground off forming a and amount of fertiliser. Thhgreater or future crop need by the proper
I crta. is a rather expensive proposition Sharpe edge all along its length. the different between the use of inoculated leguminous green
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Sanford, Strawberries, 4 crts; send,the newer to a shop. Afew U! the blades are very dull you may mount of plant food In th soil and manure trope. Nitrogen li by far
Blackberries 8 erts. hare found that one can do need to renew the oil and emery hat required for maximum prom he most expensive of the three
Small shipments ef persimmons just as good a Job at home by the several times. uctlon. the larger will b* the plant food element! added In commercial
to Richmond, Chicago: Pittsburgh OM ef the second method. 7. Clean the knives and shear quantity, of fertilizer needed.Our fertilisers. The approximate
Philadelphia Baltimore, Washing Nearly all lawn mower are con- Vista thoroughly. Remove the drive soil climate and cropping cost rr pound is 23 cents for
ton meted on the same principle 'W heel' systems are such that DIll tan only nitrogen, 0 cents for phosphorus,
-D. D. WHITCOMB They have two drive wheels In 8. Exchange the ratchet rears' resort to the us* af nitrogen, phot.horns and about T cents for potash.. By
Head, Marketing Dept front which have gear teeth on the to their original positions and ,.. and potassium, ra readily retorting to the proper lie of
Inside of the rim. This I* called ai place! the drive gun and then oil available forms. Th available leguminous green manure crops, It
Army worms might be successfully -' internal gear. Tile internal gear ofeach all the bearing thoroughly forms of these elements an resdjt li' It posnibl to materially reduce the
controlled |>y plowing or digging wheel meshes with a smaller, 9. Adjust the shear plat *o reached from the soil by exeMflvt mount and coot of your nitrogenous -
a shallow ditch around the special gear which in tar 1* connected u.t the blade just touch. >t will rains. Our annual rainfall is better fertiliser In addition ta build.
strawberry bed. la case of a se- to the rotating tlades. This not be necessary for the blades tafii than fifty Inches Consequent ng up the nitrogen and organic
Tore outbreak the worms being already smaller gear has a ratchet are tightly against the shear plate ly, w* can not bop to bare this matter supply of the soil by the
present, dust strawberry er ngemeat so thai It will Blip on If 11-J av* ground them properly; plant l food remain In the soil from proper use of leguminous cover
similar plant with a mixture of the blade or knife abaft when you ** direction are curried one year to the next This being rops th* organic matter thus *dJed -
arsenate of lead and lime.....one pull the mower backward. This oat, yon will find that your mower the case, we can hardly hope to also 1 increases the efficiency of
e part lead and four parts lime. If serve* two purpose: (1) the blades !win work even better than it did eventually reach the point where the other elements added In th*
worms are extremely bad thismight ,will not revolve when the mower if when new and the shun time *x- we can materially reduce to say form of commercial fertiliser.J. ,.
be lied strongly. Thoroughly pulled backward, which makes Huk ended-lint more than in hoar- nothing. of discontinuing' the Use n. STALLING
term the plant with dart. faster toJMW. and.(2) this will be well worthwhile" njtrely, of the amount { phospbo> Bead, Agronomy Dep"FARM

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MOSS r .AT OFFERS absorb than Important ..I.ment.nllk.. fresh moss peat If sterile and sanitary It CITRUS MARKET PROSPECTs
KANT ADVANTAGES straw it doe not rot nor become moist and contain M weed lead and a* absence' et
GOOD
the air of the stall and barn i* always pure weed la aottteable when it 1"* .- -- COMING SEASON

I CONTINUED FROM PA R I and clean with no_objectionable odor It has proven excellent, la the cultivation "
l It I* claimed that where peat moa I* of andy aollt or soils whisk are> toe CONTINUE ROM PAGE 1
fag*. IB other word It I Ie a natural sponge! used cattle are free) from diseases of the dry. Broadcast and plowed In it add
, It la a powerful absorbent" of liquid Ma hoof a* they art always d1ert dry humus and attract moisture. Follow this hand t a b price wen highest la Kay
" at the urn tin holding and lOlI....- bedding It .la also **id .: be in with aa application ef peat moss manure although they tae wen lowest In Decem
pure its value. kerning away rata, mica and vermin, netwithstanding from cattle or poultry pen and yon hav ber A* With grapefruit. the orange aricea
toeing inert and dry It fa easy t* handle.It the fact that it ha neither a soil a* fertile and productive a* could duringtthan 1927-28 aeaeon wen.1 to SI.60
U a ouR fibrous material and .U practically taste or imeil I be desired In the l 2e-17 _
duatlesa. it make a dark brow A a litter for the poultryman pent most While it I* entirely Impossible to predict
Prof. H. Harold Bum for
very soft and yielding to possess equal advantage: It was many years what price for the coming season will be
rh'-OuOe"ifi.: I a natural deodorant and oneis :n-mJII to talk to two experiencedpoultry president of the Florida State Horticultural. because M many factors enter Into price-.
, ameied upon visiting barn and pens farmer who have been using Ji. Society and head ef the Glen St. Mary Nurseries making, present indications do favor a
t when It it In use to not the absenceof material fur a sufficient length of time ha found the material a moat practical closer relationship to the 1926-27 season
! inch odors ai are usually encountered.Even to become more or lei familiar with Its aid In his horticultural activities\ and Ulan to last season.
when the litter has been In mt for qualities and la both instances I fount !has the following to lay in regard to it. Last season was a short crop year for many
several day has been thoroughly' trampledand them enthusiastic regarding It. They tik.ene'l "Perhaps more than anything else our. fruits. Both California and Florida citrus
slept un, due to lu wonderful beor- it reasons, particularly the con tandy soils need vegetable matter or humus wen below average and the apple, pear and
! bant qualities It remain sweet and clean, : > handling, its cleanliness and and In our work w. have found no cranberry crop wen all extremely light.
U dry to the touch and without odor. Peat many other feature Identical with those I better source from which t" seem it than Citrus fruit received relatively little torn-
moss bedding need not be changed oftener .- have already covered la describing It asa most peat For repla:n the vanishing petition. This season there la a big crop
than a week or ten days and some dairymen litter for cattle supply' of stable manure that to not available of boxed apple' aad pear*. Added to that
claim that a change every twelve day Important la the mind of the poultrymaii outaide the rural sections, it ha, no i* a bumper crop at California Navelawhich
and when with
i k Is diffident to keep the beans at all time the fact that peat mow prevent the superior reinforced com. an even mon competitive. Florid
clean und odorleaa spread of vermin, tend te keep the pen merclal fertilizer it ill at least a* valuable I In torn has 4,600.000 boxes mon citrus
x Compared with straw peat matt seems and run cool la rammer and warm la winter and Indeed may be more valuable than.table than: last year, based on present estimates.Naturally .
that make ha neutraH the effectr the manure which long ha bees ngardxi this will tend
to posses advantage use of strong ; to make the eomjetitton -
not only practical but economical a* well excreta and generally contribute to the a valuable" material in soil building juit a little keener and it may not
It la naturally clean and unitary affordingthe health and good condition of the flock Theidvintage The water aiding capacity of moa peat be le easy to. make) t .> b. sale aa last
cattle a dry stall at all time, an Im- of keeping pen dry at all time its freedom from disease germ, the absence sesion. -
factor health 'in another Item of weed feed, its cleanliness and the However there will be fir leas
portant in relation to their that appeal to the practical competition
and condition Where straw will attract poaltryman The peat most manure easy with which it may be handled an from Porto Bike line the latest estimates -
Interval i rich strong point in ha favor indicate the lots of 75 to 90 cent
> fly and maggot peat moaa repels them. removed from the pens at per
i Test have proven that this material give III plant food and a valuable" It can be us d in difficult: la a* of the current season's crop. Talk it quit
.fi'IIh.1011'allllot :
absolutely no evidence of increasing the The importance of moisture many way that it la to enumeratethem an Item In the New York market which nee
bacteria count In the milk and there i* no I he discounted and her I* where all. For several yean we have used 2.BOO to 8.000 carloads of Porto Rican citrus .
reason why it should* it has very little mos peat serves the trucker and gardener mOil peat In making am" top dressing In annually but represents only I& oi t percent
and shrubs
dust and i* very dry When med In setting out plant and flowers lawns. In planting tree of the *country commercial supply
., its ability to mix with manor I* another it serves to keep the loll loose and making up beds for annual flowers and la Florid'* greatest competition In the citrus -
factor la its favor, authorities state that moist A bit of the material saturated growing potted plant For all theme use field come not from without the state
209 pound of ** litter removed with water and placed at the root of each it Is Invariable and it I* difficult 1 U see hilt from witMa. A big crop of Navels effects -
from cattle stn..r..t manure have been plant when they are sat out Trucker at this time how we could get aloof without prices less than a correenondinglvarg

I t found to contain a* murk a* 20 pound who have mod It testify to remarkable results it"For crop of Florida ...n.... Grapefruit
the flower vegetablegarden
I II of nitrate of ammonia and up to 88 pound stating that plant thu set are seldom ate In home i Ideal. Worked or into the prices depend almost entirely en hl.>rW
I'f of potash, Two chemical that are mostimportant lost and are capable *f withstanding most peat production and patk-and marketing method "
with the
and most necessary hi agricultural serious draught:, require little attention oil and used OR-a top dressing rich ii.
fertillier While a* a little the moa and attain a rapid healthy growth. A* the ground covered with a thin mulch The car used In distributing and In park-
will insure sturdy, healthy plant, keep fine has a marked effect on value Toe
the around moist and retard the growth ofweeds. heavy shipment or too large eonaignmenta

..................1.;;..;...j.;.ni i..iW.,., i1..liiii.i;.; ----"r.iiiiri.O-r! It mixes well' with the soil and to n few market at the 1Xe_'of other
makes It richer and lighter always has a depressing effect on values.
'! Aside from its use aa a Utter and soil Not Infrequently this occurs early In the
,\ t Rain for Asking Improver moss peat has been employedwith season when everyone is trying for the
fNvMp remarkable success ai a packing ma- high price In the big market It account

: ,' ,. I. .. .._ .. wat ewe ...... sow terlal. Tomatoes when packed and other In this perishable material to considerable degree for the low average
i tl a P 11_ wow W Mai N end. Mrstrw t ._ vegetables trice. of December although the immatuii
a, 1' "saw tar lk. ." k> ae ......... e..iJUs....... ban been chipped distance and on ty and less desirable varieties at that time
../let .. .6 rleakier. .. arrival have been found to be in perfect
== :: : .r'.J"-= have an effectImprovement
er.gat so molasses condition. Because of its natural warmth
tl I"a.we In pack 1* fully aa great a
t Mtwli: -. ".., .._ -., ....., .1- sad I. peat moss protect produce *o packed from nerd a* improvement in distribution.
i 1 tJ..... AIM wilnrtars ml 1.-. __".. Am 10-0 cold damage In transit and the humlc acid almost anything
end erwe .......... Write tot fc..a... awed Met see contained in the peat retard.deca,. Foodstuffs When price are high
...- will sell at a profit But when there I*
may be kept la peat moss at a temperature plenty: of fruit it U suicidal t. ship In-
D. E. F1SHBACK under 43 degree fahr. for a conIderabl : ferns stock Last spring then wen packs

74-76 W. Concord St. Orlando. Ha.ssssssssssaas. period In good condition. of grapefruit which sold around <4 or tS
A* an Insulating material It has been a hex in Nw York that under ordinary circumstance
__ JaYM ** used with considerable success. Uied between would not have commandedmore
walls for insulating tests have shown than freight and packing charge* at
hat a layer of peat 1 a.. inches thick the moatThe
I. as effective as a brick wall of 15 Inch new clearing house U expectedelp to
thickness. It has also been successfully used the marketing situation material! and
For All Makes a. a mattress filling the trade ii quite hopeful that it will better -
SPRINGS Of AitomoblleaAa4 Without doubt peat moss will\ prove condition A great deal will dO a
Track worthy of a prominent part In Florida'sagricultural how enthusiastically the growers and shio-
development While at the R Is managed.
a port it and bow ably
r W* Inspect, Service, Repair and Hearth alt Type of Spring present time its use hen I*'more or less in A pen clearing hogs 1* like a racing crew-If
DISTRIBUTORS OP EATON SPRINGS the experimental stag, result 10 far ob- its members do not pull together ever
tained seem to indicate that it .la a product will not get anywhere very
Write, Phen er Call worthy of careful consideration and importers fteaUIII: if the coxiwaln-the msnarement -

PRONE an preparing to serve this state -Is not on the lob they win not win
TAMPA SPRING CO.'OZ with direct shipment* from European peat many race TIll trade U hoping that some

451S Tampa, Fta. WASHINGTON ST. bogs, while heretofore It has been necessary real achievements will mark the opening ..ftha
to secure It through New York Several
shiploads have already been brought clearinghouse. __ __
to Jacksonville and distribution 1* now be rate slowly and when confined to the hive
In g made from both that city and Tampa. will afford protection from the moth for a
Should It occur that any Farm and Grove month or '"wiger
I reader might like more detailed informa-
I Ion' regarding peat mos and the name of a
REDUCE YOUR GROVE HEATING distributor from whom the material might
be obtained a card addressed te Farm

i COST $60 PER ACRE and Grove Information Bureau Hlllabore
f Hotel building, Tampa, will promptly bring
It.

Before you decide on TOUT grove heating equipment, investigate
HONEY COMBS TO
the saving on upkeep, operation and labor, possible PROTECT fUMIGATE FROM BUGS AND WORMS

i WITIlTlIEPERFECTION for keeping" the wax worm and flour ,
moth from destroying stored honey comb

during winter, the use of a relatively new
chemical, spelled and pronounced "para-dl- Passenger"Travel
GROVE HEATER hlo-ro-benMn," 1* called, to the attention
of beekeeper

U PerfectieM will heat approximately the The Modem apiarist generally removes "
aasM tk Scenic Rout
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combs from the
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frames bossy '
area aa M ef the ordinary type.. Saving ft* per :th'\t\ t'
I comb
period that *,
hives -
sere eat I4I'Il ...t aad $11 acre ** fwl Calls safeway
per A delightful, comfortable and
i
ui set strictly for honey storing by the bees.
lake test I* half. Send for booklet<< and let<< Harraago
a deesoaatralieav Often then the comb are) destroyed during to travel 'r
the winter by insects 'he beekeeper ha
Florida Motor
WK ALSO MANCFjLCTURK earned to fumigate. Carbon biaulphid has th route> of the F,

Air Tanks. Fad Oil i been most commonly used heretofore. But It Lines pass through the best of Flor I...

Tank, Gahaalied Tanks. has been teamed that paradlchlorobenaen ....'. rich agricultural dlstric -paat r...
Ie much more satisfactory for title purpose well* beautiful groves, farm, lake ,
Gasoline Tasks Ice It dote aol uJ:.'acI., a serious danger U the
T..... Oil Drams, Tar case of carbon blsalphide. And. .sine one and rlwr

.- Kcltb*. ... Stack application of U to usually .uft'1c....., H i* A dally itaU-wld package a. -

Pnenmatle. Tank fee wAV., much cheaper. expense service also available for
Use this substance at the rat of 1 tabhr. :
water pressure systems> spoonful of the whit crystalline powder to those who require speed and economy

Undwgnaad Tank SAN each hive body in the stack. U the Nggeaoa U ahlpplng; "

Breeching end all and mt of J. C. Goodwin apiary\ inspector el Special attention la given to tb.
1e the. State Plant Board ef Florida. If de-
steel plat _.. W
collections aD C. 0. D.
stork of aireda newspaper can be placed between return of *n
I large swrataws
.carry a the hive bodies when tacked more on an shipment
ll Rod can wake imp tea other. When the material I* placed .n the
mediate delivery. a mean that each hiv gets an

Send for prices-Get our estimate and Save Money 1I This:fiir.t chemical: materiel. ... change Into Iaquft .f

fumes and penetrate the corner and rareeae i-\ ) ,;
of tae hive Insect that oral
killing all

I AMERICAN WELDING & TANK CO. It This come substance In contact It with wait*. rytallln and ......

granular In description. It resemble lea- .

cream salt and ha an odor similar U napbjilew -
# 3GtK St & 4th Ave. Tampa Florida- FIada.FOURTEEN .
Oilaade
*) er moth ball. It la net dangerousla
I the Individual handling It, neither will itexplode
ta the presence *t Ares It .vapo-





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FARM AND GROVE 9LCTKM1 IVtO firtvutfAGtlCVLTURB .

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IS STATE'S

,,, DESTINY CLAIMS McBRIDE
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'1" CONTINUED"'FROM PACK I FIRST TO MARKET

sired markets at lowest costs obtainable.
,AU this service however 1* a part of the
busiMas of providing the transportation ALWAYS MEANS TOP
needs i of our patron. "Seaboard Service" PRICES-
hoes not stop there. The management of .
this railroad realizes that it i* the dutyof
,.';' every progressive citizen or corporation I am offering a most unusual property the form of 1745 acre of unequalled citrus land, located la the famed
to contribute to the building of ate trade early fruit section of Manatee County which hal consistently lent Florida1 first citrus fruit to market each year.

V, territory. An Agricultural Department is """I tract afforded absolute Protozoa from cold by the vast. currouVid
maintained to totter and encourage farm expanse of water which practically *
development. Thin agricultural development It: Film Sola Bay, Manatee River, Tampa Bay to the North and West with Sarasota Kay and the hilt of

'I- 0 eerrk i* primarily Interested in Introducing Mexico to the West, and Southwest. A lower temperature than 30 degree has never been recorded her*.

sew crop Into Florida' farming program Th ail I* a peculiar rock hell formation (o eaeentlal to early' of
and in getting I farmer* to locatein maturity fruit. The property adjoin the
Florida. It I* lid that if Florida's famous Wyman Grove and citrus planted here will consistently catch the earliest market and "command top
., agriculture ia to continue to expand sew price
must be bronght in, experimentedwith ,
i t: and added to the farming program 1 am offering the tract aa a whole, or will divide in 19, 80''or oCt acres, units to suit purcha.er. My price I*
'i I best adapted to their especially attractive and satisfactory terma may be arranged ,

production. Work :underway by SeaboardAgricultural It yon contemplate planting a grove' it will profit. you to fully Investigate this offering for no where In Florida
Agent In Florida
on a num. can you find citrus land more ideally situated
ber of crops which Investigation lead us ment or. more capable of Insuring consistent high return on your Invest
to believe are adapted to'and can be successfully .
grown under Florida conditions Write today for full Information, map and price. Address Owner -
Before a project of this nature la begun
the Agricultural Agent* of the Seaboards

AirLine make a careful study to determine L. B. SKINNER Dunedin Florida
If the new crop to be experimented with ,
will lit Into the farming system of the community -
where It i* proposed to Introduce It.
For example, a new crop for a large tomato -
shipping district should not require INVITATION TO
either planting or harvesting during the I
tomato harvest period. Some successful WHEN IN TAMPAStore AUTO OWNERS
farmer*.are, secured to make planting of Your
Car
With Us. a
the new crop under the supervision of a When la ,Jacksonville store your
railroad Agricultural Agent who help In Ample Room car with a*. Day aad night storage
producing In shipping and In marketingthe 0 Courteous Treatment washing, cr......,. repair
new crop. Under this system of carefully 111011PltotO aervlre.! Courteous treatment rea
planned work several new crop are Reasonable Price nonabl rate, dependable aerv-
under teat and some of them hold out con- Farmers and ice.
tiderabl promise > I EDQr3VCra eArtlsts Grower Located at cor. Chunk and Hogan

Seaboard Agricultural Agent assist Desfserf especially welcome 8la. Across from Cohen'a Big Store.Z4 .
grower in finding I market for product ,acbo+tulUcetotstltem I' Hour Service Owner Management
V they have for *. .. In many case trip have f 91orlda City Storage Garage)
been made by railroad representatives with Cor. FIs, Polk j' Wheatley Brother Storage Garage
ample* of certain farm produce to call 01 I Phone 1129 Tampa Fla. (Incorporated)
buyers and prospective buyer to interest Jacksonville, Fls.
them In using the particular commodity of r
fered. Direct sale of both carlot and I loser
carlot of product grown by Florida farmers -
bare been made aa a reault of these .
.muws six ,
effort The Agricultural Department of the Seaboard ALL ROADS LEAD TO ,,

Air Line I Is also engaged: in a definite : THE CARLINO HOTEL"JACKSONVILLE '
program of work to bring Into Flor-
ida, farmer from other state Detailed, 4
authentic information on farm crop*, markets TAN i j./
soils, climate: and lands available foe jieo iegehw
development baa been assembled and this ..w. I 1 DO QRpppGRp ,c

information presented to the public i In li ? '
many part of the United State throng a- vauswsas I I Cori D D p D p .
the medium Of lecture, motion picture, / D p'
booklet, advertising material and personal; ... i Il DRg1DiaDiacp; ,A
solicitation.When lr 1 6DDDDDDDDta ; .
new farmer are located In Seaboard w'v i If D1.iiDpDRihrQ
Air Line territory, Agricultural Agent of GQrd 00Inapny
the company get in touch with such home-
seeker in an effort to assist them in an 11i
advisory capacity In planing their crops,
( Q Q.Q. eQa
solving production and marketing problem ;, 1
and otherwise assisting them* far aa possible -'
in making a success In their new loca \ ..
Dinkier Hotels '

tion.The: Seaboard Is also assisting in advertising TUB CARLING HOTEL JACKSONVILLE, FLA. .
and helping to create a demand forsome MS Row SM ...,... \, .
of the new product of Florida' agri THE ANSLEY -ATLANTA. CA. '!.
culture. Considerable interest has been o ass SM. M .. (M lU.h. \
manifested In the possibilities for com mer. THE PIEDMONT ATLANTA. GA. v
'M itamM ri 11._ a...
of
eialiilng and increasing the production THE TUTYVILER BIRMINGHAM ALA. \
many Subtropical fruit now exclusive m fmrnu era II...!. -. ? e
grown in the lower peninsula of Florida and THE REDMONT BIRMINGHAM ALA. ,,
'" little known outside of the border of theo su '-._ ..e ...,.. ;
atat*. Agricultural Agent of the SeaboardAir THE ANDREW JACKSON NASHVILLE TENN. nt
Line have exhibited many of these 11a a..-. ..e shut 1 M r .own/
product and given out information a* to

their m.rlte. The Seaboard' effort In this The Carting Hotel it Known Through the South the 1201106010
connection was prompted by a desire to help as
i, create a demand for the** product The Hotel of Sensible Rates.
same course has been followed in other
Florida fruit and vegetable THE CARLINO A well appointed lounge room ...rases '
At present the Agricultural Department newest link i of the D HOTEchain.; with library In connection especlilty -
"i. of the Seaboard maintain Agricultural I II a 13-story, reinforced concrete appealing to ladle and
Agent in Florida, as follow: Mr. E. M. structure, fireproof, having J60 children.
I Mr' Jacksonville Mr. H. R. Tribble, Plant regional all room with bath or A ballroom and a large dining
City; Mr. R. 8, Dowdell Arcadia; Mr. R. A. showers every room I la an ntroona open on both sides of the wow
It' Carlton, West Palm Beach; Mr. F. M. side room. lobby, while a large grill I II located ao sues'
Connor, Ft. Ifyera. The design In hotel con en the The
Each of the Agent are thoroughly trained ( ..Jilt been employed, ballroom ia p=1.Ioriu: ; ,
t agriculturist and have had considerable appealing to guests>traveling on to convention and large meetIng -
practical experience in farm enterprises. business or on pleasure. There *, having a eating capacity
; These men are anxious to cooperate in anyway are, In every room, circulating of 600. There are also mailer _
;' they can with individuals and community Ice water, wall fanand bed meeting room on the meiia- .
e along the line of this railroad light. In fact, no effort has been nine floor for committee meetIngs h
spared to make The Carling one etc. r
of the finest hotels in the Soutl&TUE CARLINO I* operated on -
east the European plan
17 BEARING GROVE
ACRES Our location on Adam Street between Laura and Main and In the +'
$3250
midst of the busmen and amuacment. center of Jacksonville
inbn rood Mad, is gene deed 3 all.Ire.
., eulu..e.d t I saes In .see ale.
label | MM *** tnrilM Dispensers of True Southern Hospitality
'i\'t
4> Mm I* full .11.s lee ere.., ::f
mt lio. mi bald" wits Ms, rise4heedie
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