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Title: The Homestead leader
Alternate Title: Leader
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: South Dade Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Homestead Fla
Creation Date: March 5, 1929
Publication Date: 1923-
Frequency: daily (except sunday)[<1926>-]
weekly[ former 1923-<1925>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (June 14, 1923)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1931.
General Note: B.E. Archer, editor.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Succeeded by: Homestead enterprise
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THE HOMESTEAD LEADERVolume




Volume VI-Number 92 FLORIDA, TUESDAY, MARCH 5, 1929 PHlCE l'lVB CKNT _

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CITY TO VOTE Lions Plan to liaise $2,000 in MarchBe I H01Y\ URGES $1,000 FINE

So Pool Can ]1 Started in April''


OVER SUNDAY With: pledges totaling tl. Ne'. : and Urn or fifteen prlvm offered
FOR ROWER PACKER AND
IJ1S4TO of which kM been pull e for thone 'how Dallas tiring In the
In rash and mabtrbila, he municipal
I meat money for the fund In ad-
awl getting pool pro-1 was revived I Idltlon. p..<..1.hlld bringing In amdollar '
'MOVIE MAY 14 today at a netting Of the I or more would be ontlttodto SHIPPER OF GREEN FRUIT
HommtMd I(ton*. In ponnr with, keep the little bonk permanently I
Plan for a drive to obtain at leas
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It"DO mon thin month
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Af h meeting to he hold l In the Th r.. se m* to t>e a general --

Call Issued In Responseto chamber of comnurv beading In feeling that the robot of ttr' money Saturday Last Day 'Central Florida Man Talks

Petition Signed by Hoiu"*t..ad next Tuesday *t T :Idp needed for that pool ban be raised To Pay Poll Tx for Needed Citrus Laws
said W I. rink
239 VotersBENEFITS m. a plug to valid l the help uf thlujnolrth!: gen-
; April EtectlcmIVill With :Men Here
the I.10* school children In the eral halrnwn of the pool drive City

llfdland liMrlit will be dlKiimed' The city has gone ttn reaped with I

TO CITY with the principals of the d'ntrlct! a promise to do free of Charge. the large rw6. |wM nn orblare GnOwERruAr.U !

envoi' ,, who have bm Intend toIhB excavating neoenanrf a* goats M
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SEEN IF MOVIES RUN
'marling, The plate under con. the money has been ruler" ; w If Satankty ..f Ihk Murk btvmrvn TO TAKE UP WORK

Id?ration would have all the thlldmn the money I* raised." In March the h MH c.Ky at ll'immtiiHl I

Leas! "Whoopee":and Few sign a petition aklng the koavtlon for" the t ol oM b* "*0 "111"'" < tu T'il" In the <...*".... Rue as President Becomes

er Monday Police' Casesare public t. contribute to the pool mad In A Ill'll. board elections lo bp lurid Ml
.construction fond and 'would also The site ...|....ted for me pool I* Chairman of Legislative
PredictedHomnetead April I. Atuwlkm WM ..ll have them work acllifly In the the abandoned rock pit on the thin furl ) Unit ..
rrvimlay by City 1rk
olkUntlon of oontrlbullonl tor"bank1 northwent corner of,the ally ark tl.
K Ixlwank she
aalil
win again hold an With Mot In their top on Whit:.. th*' Iltfht and water plant that '
m far wry hew totcn lull *mll.W A law to makeevery. pnekdnkhouse
flection on the KUndiif movie qOelion. wool Jbe attributed to the children .1&1Idl. < ------ opffrnt under |tf'' >. and
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Slay II. !.10. wa art *a the Two tlnt'nn Airll f will hoIn
TARIFF"GAINSINFAVOR to plwe a ||too penalty on every
date by the city council at II* TOMATO Woodcock to Battle' M t*> <'laws five imiiibi'ra of
grower. packing h HIM man .>r
board lie
to mi aril nits
|wo*
regular meqtlnr Monday night following Philly Boy in Arena
|MMaU fur nnilnlluiigm. ft the shipper 11 h. I* ta any way i*,punIhle -
the presentation of it "tl-
p Hly diartrr of HIHIH tion planet by !d qualified votra Mlikky! Batlone of N>,tld<'Iphla Urn 11I..10,cabs have tarn
fruit were being advocated \>1 W tHowoy .
Hiking for the rlertlon.There GROWERS HEAR will meet Prank Woodcock of Miami foniiulaOMl they rill. bo nibnillksl .
wai no dlnramlon of the In an *,tght.round bout which to the vrtoiM r.ir.aihifxliin ..rrrjxtloei of HoweyIe.tbe-H111s. near
will be the main fight It the bo.- at another rfcvtlin lobe Orlando at a merlin of grower

question when the petition was. Packers Vote to Employ InjC cntetf Jo be stated by the IM-II em May u,'to"..... hn *lm and. iMikara. at the city bell| In
presented. fhe ,'oonl'II' at a prevlott American legion In the arena hut- been. .
Deputy to Collect wt the distill .f UM :It1t".r thh ..n.olOlIf'hen ..
utmtlng btld voted .4o grant urday night March t, at I o'clockAJUumuh "henday nutvkc ......".,IIt. .
I I Field Boxes Woodcock hiu gained the ""' llle*."" ineffIVlve. Mr HownyadVotatm !
Yetil faire
the election If It were asked for b* may bo said M the
reputation of a hard hitter wbo, nfftrv at UH rierk' a' pMitlHhtlary *nnUin> e
I Hly In this
tl per sent of the voter. allies .i
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Grower packing house men never wear out, local fan are prodktlng Uy NtlLIPARKFIMGETS .In iddlllon. po penalty awn heloo
..e .lgnatiif l to the pptlllon would from Coconut drove 'to Florida that t. will have a tiff I .
I -- -- grout ..jmlnt tho ,
I have lumped under thin pKnlnlon.BWf City assembled, In the Mlue Goose fight whew h* met Mutton* RatBrdaynlgbt I wmwer who
drills the r>tt,% lnMi< by pulling ,
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r than'"' tko.yoqu/.edrgttotwewaw' pat'kingnboaaoateGtIUidn, Monday t : ., hi*. remf'ftm : the
market or
.h..i! tight and. ,,brant. George Klefxheramb&utlw I The first Of the three prvlhiilnUrlea -1 :4'
;. (q "h4rvbelbrr obnitaei' The the "'"Mgr of the pat'king house
'* 'fhaadler, tb'1,1 l still Htr6Cny V.. therefor.. Ihmruct. who lot the given flat null.
*. who 'pep* ntd, their brief I' Prichard and J. K! Vaughan.. Vh S908 FOR NEEDEDIMPROVEMENTS a
; the ah:_r a he end It M
north
oil to prepare a active *f an eluc- for tomato tariff' to the house way of the Royal Palm fee <"o\, to dejclde rHt.wey
...Id.A .
tlon for May M after the city ctark and man committee lit Waahlngton the brat lee in.... la exciting

had harked the ootltlon with his tell ol the favorable reception .: a* much Interest. a* the main bout UOeAl".OOO Itho"lflftrue harvested grow. In n hero
(her got (and the widespread *,m. : Each man weigh lit pound and rrovwr.
lIot 01 qualified vutt lw. whbh hanH* annual lm "min
party that their plea le meowing ha plenty of supporters who feel i
the petition wait prfeen...d to the with from aMtlonf. of the lOim I .u.... their favorite. will l>.. the better IT'.ooo.fH/fI. 111Itrus ouxnomli
roumtl ty l Lester aarenfe and J. try. man In the foor-n und No lit. tConncil Endorses Proposed the nnly largt industry which,
W h.nKllh. I : ha. n? apt| 1101 I iinieHlon,, b., r, tuI
proprietors of moving Bven the ,... AngUM Chamber Stevens and Bruokvr will meet In Change in Tax
Hi, tune huuwui In Hom.Kleml Theytlerl. lot Commercewhich' under the th* second preliminary of four Law lute 'I I air H"w, ) ".".1 The. I b gl"letura

c Irrulati-d by v ,irli' im bnntnena I Influent oC mm who had Urge round Arrangements for the ham I""o 'n Ilea I for a lomm,>"
Ion fur /h?'Nix' .,id. for fish .I I II
men who expres. d their belief that interests In 1.I..lr..n tomato'. had third bout have not yet been rem- 'I Ipli n
clean' Sunday *m"..rnirnt unitnl<-rtKlnmrnt filed an ntipunlng brief ugtilniit u., tod.rvo. Increase of the park fund by tile gals' ; I in ih II. 'H hiiNlm f Ialanlulr

with no ntt.ndlng gambling withdrew I" brief under prraoiinbl ----- -- fhnafor of ttoo from the poll.. .I In i In.. d.I i"" MIIPMI 01 i "|" .

or other evils will keep moneyIn *..ht tu bear by H 8. H.....l- Real Estate Deals mild wa* nervtmpieh.d l by the city culture, too no ri il ''H ",ndw" t'I Ir
Jom..I,1III that la now going te time, ot the California division oC ounotl last nkfM. on notion of like Orphan Annie and M. u nr

Miami amusement places and it the the AmVlrui (I'rult.Irow.r... Inc., I i Reported in Homestead ,|tbaeolim.n i A tlMlth, sanitary about aa much attention a* she lid

name time provide a place for young who acted at the request of the I I conunltteoman, who nolnlnd out he ifmkra. Mr He wvy pointedout

people to go who would olhr..l* eastern division ot title organise.tkrn > I.' Ten serve of MarlfM grove .build 'that tnontnrMMIIad I for carrying that although the tourist business .

Uy In. the dlHtMct end get a* much ." acid Mr Chandler oI Jt the corner .of.Silver him rod : on ,TMirk improvermttiC: work ,,*ul "..Ick. t* they could from whopM<. Mr. Plntther.. who recited In detail and Naranja road and I\"c __ Of obtained from this source line Ida. .In Ininme mostly benefits ht
Ing1 around In Hlvver and "ml this

whiskey with gasoline." get a tariff on tomatoes enacted, were bbUght .but week by 1 1R. continue to pay the salary of on* I I. the citrus Industry. and ninetyper

Mr. Lawrence. who run rb 'Olor. gave an Informing and entertainng L. Scott of Homestead Mr Scott policeman. whose duties were none rent of the Income from this

tit town picture how. *iy. that talk Referring to an audience paid what, h* culled a bargain price I necteii moetly *Ith the sanitary .... Industry vtay right bore In riot
Monday night polU court tract The partmentTh 101. .... Howry. rlrat contention
coo" than huh by Herbert bower and of |75 an acre for ouch 1
roused by Sunday night' sprees his right band man, Horace Mann, South Allapatlah tract adjon| a oounrH endorsed a proposed! i Itt that there must lie a citrus. fruit

would be materially reduced In o-called 'cabinet maker" fur the homealte which Mr. Scott own. 'In change In the taxation law of the remnilmlom,
number If the negroes that do not then prnl lenl-elect. M,. Fletcher that section I IM. state a* julimltled la a loltor by All law* In operation regardingthe

't. KO to church could find amuetnent I told he was' not at liberty to divulge M. Aubrook) former owner !! Drugs Toung. rpreentatlve-tart. *Jim* Industry havn .been put

In picture show Instead of I'' all that was Mil at that interview Of the Ahobrook Arcade. Home- | from l lade bounty The ..hanc| then by the .hlp....*, according

In a "Bill" game" where pistols and hilt he could way that hA stead business block which h* ,told I I would. consolidate the office of law I to the speaker this aftorooon Th

raven an opt to be brought. Into felt loot encouraged ever the proa- last fall to the J. G. Mcfrory Oo assessor and tax collector of cities; ,jrrawera until the present Hme II.".
Play poet of obtaining the tariff trader for 11.000 rash, recently sold the I and town with thue of the count: larger. attempted to dictate k'If\.Ia-
which the I lo I ,let!. Thvlr theory has always been
Mr. Hoove*** admlnhnration lot at the oulhwet corner .f municipality
Shopping BARS Toys to After speaking-., packing house. ,Krom eve and & w. Fifth HI toAlbnoa II" ". The county aixeiwr and I h*::1. I "l* Oennre da It'. and he has
collector would forth irtun* It, Hr Howwy rid..I' .
I otn l 'ralor held conference and Towle for f1.00l. ot whichall perform
Be Given Away at Max'sMopping voted t* hire Jointly a truck end a but U 000 wan said gash down munlclpallrUVth Maine htC"' .I',i {I'.I'Federal anervlao. : of the vitro

,. nnn, who accompanied bydeputyiherirf ".. LcwU an oil abut gasoline ai*> they do for the .*.wly, thus makingpeoXblo j.marketing with full power and auMNoYMy -
bag tot the Women trill go through :Miami and trlbuter of Florida City U.reotlng the *jh lialimont el two tir enforvo th* tale, would
sad souvenir toys for the thlldron i other pan of throuny-still collect a filling station ok the propeHy city offlre : .* bltf>," ot the pat,"'."'. th

will be given, away by Maf ]>a- field crattf that' have gone Mr. Aluobrook 1 ia In Homoetea4 Tb city will Call for Mated bid*, i I'.z..k....*Ulni. .... The. rower* will

JIatm.ntore tomorrow, the opea.ing astray from their original home. visiting big. wife. who ha her onnal HunMdlarrly from oil companlivoperatlnr thin.Wee out of builncee nnlew

day of IU big spring opening Tomato field oration are worth IVcontftNapKhe "_.." pveKlon with the Jn Homestead fr fornlahlnc 11 they Regulate .,.1"11I the spec

Pale. tile announcement el wMthappear and citrus M. Id crates FlorlAa ritry .:uh.nge hero. and the city Whir Ran and ell Maine and ......**shipper h.. said

In a double page advertisement > $ worth tl.0* piece yet peddlar /looking after property Interests for one year, council decided' bart I Mr. Hoary uM .!oftIfI."nd.
on page jn and 11 of to- and other unscrupulous or thought.there. Tie I* dressing oil of hi. night' ".|( .VOI wh Tear advertising

aayLeadrr. lee persona wlpe' them or |Jose Mm now to a t..--tcr Twrtin. grove -- -- That Natty revolved. nn th HV.irag.

I "Bualnew I* good." old Mr {.ow them by the Ihoul<&..d.. It bas atTlfton. Ga. Bishop to Lecture I5... a how on th* true last yai

liar a. he made bit way through It brought nut On picking hou** i At White Stone Calir"nla braves the market good
; crowded More flaturdny: night to man Mil that he loot |l.10 Infield I u. of M. 're cJer': to Talk Sunday hi September and florid lenses

i read proof *n hot big *dbnt Mgt states thai did set find the A. Music : : (4lately. put gown fruit 0. the
Ta P.-T.
are putting on a, drive for atlll way bark U his house loot year on. Blahop Frederick T Keeney of .market and bring the price downto
store bualnre*. and th* prices quoted __ I Atlanta Xd tarruro at the M K : |lro***

In this sale are e\Mtnre that w. M. V. ftAIJ'V MAH4tf MTk lira Vary K. Brlgel who ha* I While Plano c-hurrh Friday evenIng | A* 4 n>.. .tonl.'o' the legion

w* mess to pet It. Every Kent I* W. M. 'tl. rally for IH.tHol charge of tho public wheal muoi Man ". at 1:10.: Everyone 1miftrd !Jetlv" ..", arl,,",, Mr Howey" asks
.- bar MON to redwwd In prio.>.*nd (, which .. ..lId... Oonlle, trrln4and department of the Urlvrlty of Miami to the Wrtur by the peeler I I the grower this afternoon to Mat

\ We bar gone the limit, anil then I Iaome' MoneMead will be held. at the will talk on Wheat mile gt :ofthe rhurrh; the Rv locate heir opinion *n the follow"g,

I R; ; Hnhmtetll Baptist "'IIu,",," all day the r.-,., A. QeetI, ,.. In tile "Holnrtrad PvrMt Peirce."Although r ...... .:

era toatief twill kttintftM. lo rrlOxr, March ll An wamm of grammar school auditorium I do not know whet I t. Wbeth. the, grMm fruit low<
the fact that the spring opening.. In. chu>rh and cangregnMoa ears. Tfiirraday hnrMM at I .'(Me*. M U t" whop win Mflect, t knew now In form should 1 h. Improve

ate Drill b* early 4MM*;* far tasked to -attend; iMnrtt will titserved Her talk will be IlloetmTed by .*- that K .UI .be a timely one fend ;:, ..<. ten a* It Reads
;Redland District women to *av* al soon In the Sunday wkocl hwtloui played: Hr a .owl phonograph *- .Mia, mt M.rldest.rast"w Ml, meter.Patti. t WMMWer K tkoutd In once

YIMey..on th 4r Easier hpplc build... that. aha wilt biter with her. I 1 i ImUniMd ow Tag Tkrenv

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Two THE HOMESTEAD LEADER Tuesday, March 5.1929 -


|1M... Mrllwaln. final arraniementawere Jan** WMntenw at ledtaaa,' garet (...-. WMi Jim,,-He arf)' E

mad for the week 0' prayer I I nephew of hire A U Kelly, spurt. Wrtfht Queen Victoria Mv''. e

i which la observed by the society !a few day >. Silver Palm I [In and JlroundHomestead Appcloy. Mat-ton Noelj and W Very,
each yean Book war purchased w* k.Tom. .
I I for the study work which .la to beheld cuil* Kelly
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In connection wtth. the prayer fhapman. MarMg Kelly ad Other guests. sees: fit,. and Mrs

",.,..11.Ii I James Waggoner attended the l'$.lney. .a C. Kir**, Davidson '

hide County fair and, vernhalThunday Harold"The
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of W. M, Creole One J B. Ron and family attended Calendar
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with M,.
Mr I 1w i Hurfwd of Atlanta la and Mra. Matthewa. She

visiting" II,. aM M,... ... P K.nJU. left today for her horn In Chicago I home nut on We4nJamaftorlloo..t the the fair TbandayMaYgeret -Mar-k-..The-Rain or-Shills-"Hub .":' '"
of Mra. H M. Bigger The
."t. Kb, Hill and met w.:>: Mrs I. H WahMer .
MRA. ItHOOHH I atemb\r* present were .1... Went iMhuiey I
: : -: FNTFItTAINSAT : Mss Brother, )I.... Bigger. MraRhodH Virginia Kelly enjoyed II plinlcupper j Mar. -Th** Amiga Club meat
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and M.HOC..d' rot"'nl n t;B.Mra I with Mrs M. U. Jacobeen.
*. Mra. William and Miss of wiener and marshmallows 10
.KttrUlnad .a Sunday dinner tuoota II J M HnMMi entertainedthe Mar, '-Th* Supper Club moots
Joe.hlHe Pratt. VWtor* were laat ThuredayMm. I J.
at thulr Rainbow. Park homo, Mr I tUmbhtr Club at. bridge with Mr. and Mr*. Frank BktllMar .
MeClaaahon and Mra. Polk. II
and\ Jot,., R. A hnnla. and son.Renee. luncheon nt the Country Club today r -Th* Shamrock Club
B1a''tD read the devotional M..I A. H. Proctor and Mr C. M. o,
and Mr and Mra. Adam I The member include: Mm jni* with JoY,, and Mn Sam M.'-
t Fletcher attended the fair In Miami
and the member responded : It
rf&U.Mr. W. R Bird. Mr*. W. IX tiunwoodyfra. .
w call wl>N "scripture "._ A hurt. week. KlnatryMar tl
Man el Morrla Mra A. It. -Th-W M. I'. will hold
*. W. H. Kwlng; returned Sutyr Prone: "Mrs. W. U; 'ihenry. Mra J on stewardship and tithing wallLiven I. -- all day meeting: at the DnptMcharah. .t
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by Mr*. Polk The meetingerkeed Mr. K. U Kelly and childrenspent H
day from Miami. after a ahort visit A. Smith Jbd Mr, II. ;M. Nryl beginning at U o' loelr. .
I wits prayer by Mrs. MoClan- Thursday to Miami at
there. with friends.Mr. Mar 11-Th* Monday Old'.1i J
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""A'IfUX'K ( ....8 Mrr TM ahanBAPTISTS Club moats with M.... O. J. Hock-:'] fl'
.. Swisher and ana Don of WITH MIL AND MRK (:oW..... I ---- A number .f the people from I..,. rr

htnvllls III. were Sunday guests Mr and II... R. R. Cowan entertained HOLD Silver Palm and adjoining communities Mar It--Circle Three of tin W. a.

.f Mra O C. Holy of Florid. CityMra the members *f the HTt DY CLANSFJI.Mission ; west lo the Qallaher store M. U. of the Baptist C'huTth! Innate c.
I Shamrock Club Thursday night at study claaaea are bulng Wednesday night. to hear the with Mra. Pope ?.

G. E Mallow who undur- irigge Prevent worst ..,. and Mra. held at the Baptlat ChuMh every Iharkey-mrlbllng fight ever the Mar IB-Na.ra.nju C). E. 8. AuiIllary t i 1

went a successful operation at the H. M. Neyln Mr and Mr.. Ram afternoon of this week except Friday radio. will meet with 'Mr*. Barney tI

pest Graduate honpltal' noontly, McKlnatry Mr and Mra Ira Neth. On Friday an all day ", k.or. Parker In Gould h

returned to hr horn Sunday ovennlag. 'ry, Mr. and Mr, Blllla Berwick, prayer program wilt be observed COMIC 9T RIP PEOPLE Mar 1 -The Naranja O. 1'':. 8. 0
Donald Pierce and James DI"", beginning at I*:l.. Lunch will be Ml rT AT PK04TOK HOME., give a St Patrick dance at the h

High score pruw. learn won by served In the sunder School building The flllver Palm HI-Leagu gave Homestead ,....1111" Club p
Mr and Mrs Ivan Mowr and Mrs Barwlck and Jot,. Cowan at, 12 whir Circle Three In IU regular monthly social at the ItI

M... Emma Moa"f attended the charge the afternoon pMram home of him H. A. Proctor. The At '

(niy la Miami Saturday' tin: NHOw Fit: vim will begin at ::10.NARAAJA entertainer were supposed to bJ the SeminoleIluturn

R"'t:. T n1(1DE. I .,-- Maggie and JI.... but JlKita evidently I..._....;..ew____...__ II
Carl Nilwn. brother of M... QB MM Ciao Illicit Mite Dorothy. O K M. AIXII1ARY: was detained at his office exhibitors have In Tenth J

Ma.low, who hat spent the winter Connor, Mine Ruby Bchuler and:1 PLANK ST. VATRKK1J DAJTtfi for mj failed to appear and Maggie' Av"nue" which come bore W"4II

bore with Mr Hud Mra Mallow Mrs Albert Bunker ware hostesses' Mm. Marry Adam/ and Mr*. bad to entertain alone I I neiiday, an Intimate glimpse Into :
.will love the but of the week for at a mlaoellaneou shower Friday'I I tthel Hutton entertained the auilllary Each guest was given a name the liven of real character who

$.,. honii In Detroit. Mkh.i evening at the home of Arm Bua-. of O E, B Naranja. Chapter from a com!* itrlp Maggie wa five In that colorful aectmn ofNew I.

...y Bonorlng Mr* Tot Morgan.who l IM at the Mutton home lout Friday Mr* Ocey Whilworth; jiggle York known 'a* 'Hell' Kit b
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W. MlalM who bits titan rn 'ndtn until lent weak was Mia" Kllaa* Fourteen member*'wer p....- daughter, Vera Flitcber; Haste rheaThe story wa written by

g the winter here left Thursday both Ixitt M,.. Morgan, before eat Mm Verdu HJirnn: Arable Kek-I I one oho knows his local. and the ) I'

lot Ma! homo at oHhiook CprlnnMaaa her enan'tagt WM employed at the nur"ln.bo business' conference ridge Kelly, Mr*. KationjammarVra film Was produced br experts In
) Homestead M Trory.. wore whore pleas were made for the Bt Pat- Jar Fletcher. Jeff J. I). Conner I their respective line Tenth Aonue :

the hostesses Work rick' dunce which the auxiliary ; Tooth Martha Ixw llunh.Caaper : deal with a girl who works 1

E'irl MHtlhanled Saturday for Under th*'dlrrrtlon of Arm Bilavaey Will give at the Homestead Country 14.lp1l' Flvtih**. Mr. In a department store all day and e'

V"ln"o"II.. to ...Morn.his Studiesit i ganAu and lontaata furnished Club Saturday night. March II. Gum,. Mra. aurnre.. Auntie ut night manage a rooming house :

lira 'tnlv.-ralty after a leave 0'tlbo'I. fun for the evviUmg After the Blouom Port Conner; Mra for her dissipated mother Twt

.. "Muln...t to mud) rat jud(; bride hail Wrapped!d her gift MIL A VRH. Wr n.'IT:1\ HOSTS Hoopla, Mra. Dan Connor; Moon men love her -one. a card sep rt I

jtn it the< Dade <'.umy fair. ,Htti Iron" made rake sued punch were TO MOMJAT CIVB.Mr Mnlllna Jpnes Wafnronrr; Winnie who become a playing card attlvx-
add Mr.. J H. Webster enUrtmlnad Winkle. Margaret Delaney. Dlnty s
n tint. 0.011" und third on thrreAidulu t.. vedthera. man the other. a gangster who
Inn pull. tM which ha entered (' present included: Idle tbs Monday Bridge Clubat Moor.. TOmmle. Precut; EmmySchmarta mend hi* way and drive* a taxi

In thee cUnkrn. ahow. first rare Adele Jones. Mia*>lanU na, Mia' their home Ut night Member )I... A. H. Proctor; Mr.Bungle. In aa endeavor t4t help her In "n .
betaorpMwiftdn cock and 'Ilrafc.maJat Vera Cannall Mipi! tty Morgan, present wen: )1',. and )Ira. S U.Hlner Mrs Croweon:: Boots. Jon emergency, each R.ortc t.. 1 iscrookorl <
: Sir and 1\1.... Frank Skill. UM rtlv,,ra: Little Orphan Annie.
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.end on two I Hf f orphlnston > Ml** 'Fannl'*' Mocantllaa Marieikenfuaa ways !and OHM of them
Irta ) Allen Udda Ann ,...... I Dr and Mra J. A. Smith Mr and Virginia Deianay, tilite tk* Toner. cenflntt A murder on this" >-ir'rumptnnce I
Mr*. O. J. Heckler Mr and Mr*. Norma River; Rtypt, Hllaabethluah II
a Via Ma l e*. Mia Louise Wollam, I t. bout a Iremendoiinlrdntmatlo
Mr Iota rh liter of Naranjft Ucor Mia. Agenda Itainllron, Mra. Robert P. B. HIM Mr and Mra T.. H. : Buttercup nld WWtVorth; 1 plctunfUlod with nu9pen" -
Mr. and lea T. J, ,Han. ClaUdle Conn. r Irlt, Mar
Illneaaii Mr Lehman and :
v .1.l > Inll' from a serious Andenmn, *. T t. Bowen and and thrills
t.'i l' l\rn,.lall unity aoapltalMnt .. ... Ue Pu,,,. The** sending Fauat Uuraa were Mr. and Mrs.Jae. -- -

gift were: Mr*. O. Ai Wee' Mra T Wnaon
1'1. U M.."i..nahan pant V. r.i Mum merlin. Mia* Emily Fred )Ira. Wllmm ...u awarded the

,IN lays in Mimi' last week at- ..I, k and B. & HuteJLMIW. guest prize. Mra Hlner. and Dr.IImllb. CUSTOM
flub and )ire and HATCHING
the prizes
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I ndll'I ir the fair I and visiting her :
"KI. T N i'urlnirt' nih MrlLWAPV HCWTKSSAT \t ra. Heckler the i onaolatlon price

CIRCLE MEB7nO.Mr _..._...............M..".___............_ We will hatch your eggs for a limit-
1"r.. it l-.*l. Pflrcaf F to Wtllwtln entertained SILVER PALM ed time
at 6c
or $4
per egg tray
ih, M IL: While Stone Church the member af W. )I. 17. Circle per
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.._-_... .._.__.. ._-- of 96
.,"> ...I-d a )lecture on "B ald. the Three at her home last ..ek. Member eggs.
and Mr J T. Mathew and
B. I1n''. Briar Rimh" gives Friday present Ver*: M re. 8. A. King, Mr *
I.'(fin, nt the TamUiml temple Mr*. Karl Bruner Mrs O O. Rob- ntUo daughter and Mr. and Mra KINGS HIGHWAY POULTRY FARM

ly Or W. R. Wfrldrripooa pastor ..irtaon. Mr*. J. T. Vests Mrs O. IOault J. C Phllllpa and baby. friend of

a' the Bryan Memorial Church: at and Sirs o. C. Redford Mra Afro, 1:. L. Kelly. motored down :- .h. _. H _. ,
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: Fort sad Jot,.. Nixon from Wlnaton-fialem N C.. spentWednesday
wonut Orotr. B. Jam attending wr present .
In Silver Palm and attended
the lecture Mr Fibre attended the a. guests
the flharkey-8trlbllng. fightin I We are prepared to take of
concert given at Bay front Park by* t Following the lotlona readingof care your

th. JI. .>ttlah Hlchlundora. the twenty-Mwnth. psalm by Miami--- --Wednesday-night.- wants in the millwork line. We can make your


The """. J I. Murray, former I Vaughan- odd-sized doors and windows, door and window
Dr. Carleton .
pastor of the M<..ihodM KplnropalI'tninh A. SAM M. AMine frames, circular top frames screens, repair or
OratM 1.
Amity. spent. last night II .
make new
your furniture or put new wood
her ilalllnir' uld frlmda Roan (.1* lo .
Boon to ..
frame in your auto top. We can make any ;
justice of the Peace A W. Jonaa as lUtlg. .
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Co atahl. M. ... Took and Deputy = = Telepltom. thing that can be made out of wood. Give us a .

Constable J. K Carton will attend I- trial '
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the Mint m6nthry dinner given la II -

Miami Wednesday for members of

the Justice .and constable aa> 1..- I John B. Tower, AI. n.i Dr. W. B. Jordan UMPHREY l\ULL\VORKS'SIlOP ,
tlon at the ....11111'Mar
i X-RAY OFHCE Hotna I 13 S. W. Second Street

and Mra. Paul R. Russell
I to I and T to I P. M.
and family spent Sunday with Mrs PBOHR: M ; _. -- - r
Kuaaell'a .Iat .. Mrs John Hutjb Home BUg Homestead, Fla. I
of Hollywood I
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Mir' Gwen and Mir. Oljula Se r ;

Reedy, who spent last week In MU DR. E. Je BIABERRY I .t

and aa guests of Mra. John Grave

during the fair. returned lo HomeMad CHmOPRACTOR .

Sunday sight. Hoonil to II: and S U 11 fmUnot: M..... Wed, Frt "

lid: .. Knmo Ave. IfomeMejad Over A A p. AtopCarter's ..'f)' -:!oiJA ir. MARCH :
Mn and Mra. i D. Kirk and Mr* -
"TENTH AVENUE"WITH
A W. Hardy wen Sunday guru

or N,. aad Mrs Stanley" ... I '
Matthew Mrs Hardy, She was PHYLLIS HAVER .

Judge of the Nt show held In Miami Funeral Home VICTOR VARCOM AND JOAF.PH BCHIUIKHAIT

week. stayed over Monday Loved by. two men she worked In a department store by day .
H. and mana...d her mother1 rooming house br
---- -- M. Neyle; Manager I! al.llt- &Tenth Avenue _

One a gambler' the other a gangator, eke was unable to
9 Not E. 8th ST. HOMESTEAD FLA. theme,
666 : between them until the gaunt apeotr. of crone reared its
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24 Hour Ambulance Service ; ear- the *U- ...
m ostir et as thrilling an underworld pWar a* ym'** seem W .
M a r-'ttfoC1.. for assay a *.,.

Colds, Grippe, Flu, Dengue PHONE 36 WI1IUM| c. do Mill Production
ADDFZ.-14111, EPINOOK OF TAHZA1 THE MIGHTV

Bilious Fever and Courtesy : : Sympathy : : Service REP AND NTW
Malaria MinrarFFiT FOR JIMOR <'lAM or THK' HOMFOTKAjp .

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defend the managers of packing, Miami-Havana ExportsAs If AXTBODT HAS A... U- trtnd taatramenl

HOWEY URGES boiwe. for shipping green frail, hi I Die' celled the hnrn-tultar. .has beeR tartroduoed

Mid that It would never be dos. Reported by Consu t I Moved In reds? program front : ..4

$1,000 GREEN were It not for the growers themelvea. Z racitlcFiat st.dloneOermary v .

Borne growers would toad Following IIlilt or the iaor.; := .- ..

on shipping the. bloom If It could chandla. exported Ihfouirh the per i Let town: I a pow.rf"l uw cnitor/ ) '; ,I

FRUIT FINE marketed, he _14. of Miami. ....... to Ha...... Cuba,, Had a Or., bela( bash at Kiel win he elerlrWeally 1 ../

W. H. Adams, another packinghouse daring the month lilt February. \ sold a. raraa. welded I'1Ir."t.. no rivet I

(O* tla..d Prom Pace One) manager, Mated that h* had lilt: .. loser at ricked. being u..... t '"
rigidly en forced.t. .. lost business becaaat Ire had r*> Picture fllma .$!.000."I'. Bean your ut, -' -- j'
tuned \o: ship green fruit. Uk Mr. Liquid gas .. 7le. 4Wwrlnr I Left Till a fortune.
Whether or not the
test per rent (" handler lie rarer! artificial I apparel Tile"I Bought a new homo,
should be Increased.i. .
Whether coloring of the fruit R A. Carter Uaen table. cloth* Elected new officer. faun ,
or not the
law should coloring alM agreed that Dad County grower I napkin ..._.and..... I..... wiped your chtckoa,
be tin a* It la a
need. the artificial color for Wart IU." stet with an accident
A number of growers* spoke f4-, their fruit. h. lowing Mr.Howey talk. B. r."
Johnson stated that* he believe I' auction of fruit aa the cane *f tile Musical Instruments .. .. 1 It."a THATa NEWS .-..--.-.. : :7:

citrus rower. H* aid the a_ Coconut lamvo .....>... -. *?."<
thai packing a license Louses, shippers should of operateunder tlnn was a bu'.... market not aaTOwera' Electric equipment "..0 PboaWQ Y c.:..:... a43ea.e..M..MMemel a= ,

green market Green Rlva Assorted Automobile ".rta.. ...*. t i
fruit should b penallMd. and that I : -r---
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a Improved anesthetic In tile
e I himself In favor of frail inspection Beauty Paste ...- l ..tMiarellaneona < t
the growers Ir tll.:Re4I1&ft4 District form of an atooltnt Injection baa r
I under federal ioaervtolon.He. tli < IlL$T.CIICJ1ft'P LheMalUal
should orraalie aor.rdtnr to Mr. sold thai tile talk against 1It1.1Ir1..1 ), i .1 been uccnilly developed by Dr. ..... --.- .
('* >. Allen Miguel. Garcia. of Meilco
::7 'bau' Chi i coloring was foollah for Pad Total for the month ....n...I City.. .,

although I* not County (rower.. DOMINOO-J. MILORp __ ...._ ___ __ __ __ u_ ___
familiar with the preeent taw and
A unanimous vote favortnc .r$anItatloa Cuban Consul.
h* favors ormalaatlon and i for teMatlon wa flown byrowvn

operation of growers for lettermarketing suggestion the (. from preaent.Luther Chandler At another amotion Key West to Have Three I CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY ...

r. N. Pellault condition maid that h* knew I I was carried to let the Grow- Meets in March AprilKey FU>RII>A CTTY, n.oRIDA .'
Protective 1fIInrtlon for '
that he would not oat the fruit that I II. era -
legislative. problem, and Frank
In. shipped north at the beginning w..... Flu. March I. (11'111)) Announces a
I Hue a president appointed
was
of the shipping season, and theWorld .
Thla
city I* preparing to entertain
(rower* should not be aurprtud 'I I temporary ..chairman U ot At this a meeting localllednlaUte three state and one nationalconvention I FREE LECTURE ON CHRISTIAN

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at the complaint ot'nrt.'n during the month 01
of the Protective League to beheld SCIENCE ,tM -
contumon. Mr. f'llaultdeektmd March and April. Close to 10.000 ; ;
"lmlNOl If at ln.t artificially Thursday eight, a permanent People will he here for the three

colored fruit and said that no fruit I chairman will be appointed. conventlona. 1 I,
,
should' be shipped; until December
Florida herlfb wail come hen FRANK BELL C. S. B.
1. .ndJanuary, 1 would be better. Sterilization Law isAdvocated foi tMR.. ..
during the latter part of March '
He favored orunaatlon! but .u,- .. \ OP I'II t.AOF.l.PUtA..l' $ .
;, for GeorgiaAtlanta their annual _I. 'tll' flrolweek
Kard that the 0.......*' ProteetMra.iLeaifua { .
,] In April wilt bring"membfnat >
which already functlonln Member of htloat.. of l.eetwwohlp: ot the Mother ChurrlTh .
: March the atat firemen' *ocUitor
( hart, and I was organ- I ( I. (lNIA )- here. Fire chief from Cl t>r.iaei i Mint Cbu'rrh of Christ, (klrnttat.. In Boeten. W....
heed primarily to stop fruit thievery, sterilization law for Georgia Alabama and Tennessee will also
should take *p the matter of lrl*. similar to that recently enacted by ,
.b* here for that aeedon. In Florida City Community Churchcorn" .
latino. tie suggested that Frank California, to cu'rb'criminality and ,
The Improved Order of Red Menand lath It. and Itraadway
Kuei president of the Protective fmbl mlndedneoa I* advocated by Pochont'wtll aim ....mbl. :
]*aiue. tM the chairman for the Dr. Joe P. Rowdoln deputy commlmloner -
.hr In April from all sections 01
local k-llaUv committee. A* amanufacturer of health. i At 8:15 P.'M, Thursday, March 7,1929
Florida for a five day Jubilee I
M*. Pellault said hawntched Dr.Bo..doln '
TB aterlHutlon. operation. well '
Th closing week of April Toe awl Tour t>*n iU are ConVitlly leveled
1..I.I&Uon..4 mad moa- wld. I* ODe ot the simplest see the Important **Ion of the At 1 .
r,. .A* a grower h* \Ignored |el*> In the surgical category, and the suite Coastal HiKhwiyAMoclatloiin "

lailon and lINt money. sterile
Hlley MMT and C. .. BnllhKeraoaaerted any period ot time desired and aanoclatlon throughout the pout .. .. -- -- .- -- --...

themselves. aa favoring the patient then restored to hltonnor will Journey her for this. meetlni

..r,,anl ntloa at this (rower.. Mr.lUeley function and will later. chill Cuba a* thi,

*pnk* and stated that IN* t'nder the health authorltr'i plan, guests of the Cuban overnmvnt.
*
unltlon Moat be 10t per
(rawer*. Or. J. B. Tower'lnvlaled 'lect4 by the country grand juryfrom ----- -.
NIle '! at all and stated
on no "'" a list submitted by the star rams

that legislation. to'tha rTot 'U ,,.
rowVrat <<'latl, This board PLATE LUNCHES
pacea.ary.Luther will examine the tnertalttt of trim Ladies' and Children's '
L. Chandler, aa a packer Ones and feeMo-mlndoit perinn and roc REGULAR DINNER

and grower, declared hlnuelf favor I make their .....recommendations to tn.miperlor Hair Cutting Hot Waffles a Breakfast Specialty
ln( any law which would ImproveIn court
,a fair and equitable manner the ___,_ All Styles .................;.50cFingerwaving tot y, Krorn "yo. Mr* N. T. J(, marketing condition." The law moat
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No Trouble Annuli .
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the and - --- --
b* equally. enforced all over i I -
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state Mr. 'handler sold. and added
First Burrlur. -"l.K'. 11'01 out Ofthis. ShampooingSpecial
that Dads County ha somenatural LET US DO YOUR WIRING
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advantages which should I w. .. broken tots twritaua*

not be denied' her by Ixurtatton. 1!of Second the heavyweight lIur.1&I'-00't) ohamplon.let "that Trim and Wave f HOMESTEAD: ELECTRICAL SHOP ij

that artificial
Mr. Chandler argued worry you. He 4*.*r fights for $1.00 ... D. I OOOliE!(. P"toop.IU ..
coloring should not b condemned '
la than a mllloe"doilan.LB'sCockroaches H. aroma ArenuPLUMBING Phone "44
beeauae the real test la In
Clean and Sterilized
the content of the fruit. All tv manager .. .
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ot a packing. house., he anlJ. ; Comb for each customer

lie would b* perfectly willing to i.

'eliminate artificial' coloring. a* It I'Mxtlf Kilbsl bf Citing
; DElPT.
STORE
\ Mallow's Shop
I* an expense and a'wither which Steam's Electric Paste
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increases the fir risk In the packln I or MAIlKOWm A HF>7rtCK. I>"G '
It alto_ kllU %sterlntg raM, aloe No. 1 Abobrook Arcade
( house' ",,"Uf'. It. market i hell Kverywhrro Ur and tl.MMONKY :"-- =:--":'* "-- uf PEe 1 A L'N ;;s = --="" ,?
could b* fiscal Yof' uncolored fruit. I iiAfK ir iT F'AILN '
Mr. chandler asserted that It take --' -' I WM Value Nowromplrtn Ta1c'Cl; Vain M .M koromt Hot

told Weather t. color fruit and Maliotmny eat, water .....-. Now oa sale

not all properly colored fruit hew,. REDLAND TROPICAL CANDY CO.Ilnmrnuulo $20.00
Now $20.00 _ __
hK on resole ripe fruit by- any I _.. _... ..
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meant. He said much of thn ripe 0ad, l>r>lalUnl Frail Jelly and larmaU.W CaHanlaed water pipe

fruit In Dade County while tint MRA CIH.1 8TEWART PROPKIETORItedland I I ...n Valise Tc.u."tIf (_.half Inch lot a foot

not .had the 1:914.atM.r to color NOT $2.73 Thrrr-fiHtnlu Imh Our a tl.
Port Offlo Pitons 2320K1NDA'RGARTE1nZN
It, In laato. H* advocated One inch 13c footKltahm
I I. perfect a -- - -- -- a
,
*et i ot tfc**fVttW'Wt'i overt tnditnte '* lt.a alutfhl
$2.00 $::5.93: and $1.23 :eat. rim
but he did not favor a legal I now $
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dote for .bpplna.* different parts l>uruiM Miuwem ramvlvM. Value '".10.10 n."

of thiM*** pad..,..,,.nt kind of
c:: $I. fruit would _lie taa* a falr: He f>how r Curtains 'q
Agreed that the gnawers should boJ I 7 MI! Drain C 01...

consulted IIa their marketing le.l.- .
In Colors $7.50 .
up '
I /i in. size 50cWater
latlon but ho warned them against ; ,

doing scything to inlokly. u radical ,
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rwult* might Own ......It. tee I: --

advieed that they meet with the wiurr'taok tlnID.UIa
clearing o.ue men and paafcla I Hot #:ii'T.\ Mi>|ilra mad otheri

:-P of':,::" ''iitb" 4r#,not f.f et : $8.50 and up rt'I'i *JOe ta.each flttlnn

Although Mr. Chandler; Uld II .
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Mrs. Fred H. Redd is now teacher: R*hbrr hoou'ln .ft. Imth4 lawn MpHnalrra50c
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,t OgLe' at'her the private kindergarten started by Mrd. "- j Goodyear hose $1.85 i 75c_and_Jl.OOKinalr

I fur r\ooort" slat
C. N. Walker in the Homestead shoo!I.I ,*.O0 value Medicine. mblnruhk your
Sundial Shoes l I baxtn or bath tub at I'rkwlO
1 to rotwoor Mow H.M It jroar piirltrtMARKOWITZ

Children from 4 6 of II ----I -
for Work or Oft_ to years age maybe
I i .b0 seise bath ta".. ....... ::;'"vas p'O: : lenses
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$2.25 to $5 I entered at.any time. Parents are invited I II Pleas, Now o. sale :23.$0 "The hews byrleet,.. goer. "so

-T E-PLUIIBI G 'T-stmIE"--
r to visit the kindergarten any day.

Fredrick's Shoe Shop! I i II K JIICK, nc.I .
I Ones Katambf tote till 0 p. m.Hl .
hoB IVpalrmtr "Wbllo V Walt 10 Brace, Itorburh Co.Mt .

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Four THE nOMESTEAD{ .{ DEADER:) Tuaaday, March 5,, 1929 Tuesday, March 5, IMS THE HOMESTEAD 1 ,, '

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Oversea' Big sell the '
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1 rr Bfa Op. _Washing, Potng GreasingHOLLAND'S 'I V t tt at the lowest price per mile/ -and be sure*':' .

r \, : "" I' jl'. of quicker pick-up in traffic, quicker .

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== xENnAI, r.t'.t.ORID.. ,', .. =1 free from knocks and carbon.: .,. =
Muty motorists do no more whoa buying oil than. drive: up [ lieu. Uo,of t,fiord P rtUOI4.ANU. .oodlr.r I1rea'atl.o' ., > I
and say,"two quarti" Sorao go a step farther and buy tbdr .. "'iSTF.n. Pn>iI"". : : "
.., oil by name.But the motorist who wants Texaco,and know : 7 ..t ; The> NE W and/ BETTER
why bo wants it,goes still further and//w J that the oil he .' I

gets is the oil he pays (for. He iJmtijitt it by the clean clear, .; .. '" ,; rl.; ,..-,.. _..........._' ..:.___ L ,TXACOI,
golden color Texaco( Motor Oil which is as distinctive. :
'WIIJJMIS"" GARAGE'
a, and. easily recognizable as the trade.muk04:' a sealed. can. I >< ,
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m .h. .+..' die-: goId .strcam as it pours; From then on-so long? as ', ,?.,.fsa t'VVlr LINE <<_. GASOLINE I .: '
you continue to buy golden Texaco-your engine will be )'. ... ,. ''" "
E free (from carbon troubles and excessive]; wear. Consult thei t." 1' '" r o FORMS A DRY GAS (
I .Texaco Lubrication Chart for the right grade to use ;:1' .
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) 'TUI TtXAl (GOMTANY.' U l> lATTttr MACK NIV YOtK:CUT PERRINE
nxAoot rmouuK,aoD&1CnI & SERVICE It vaporizes at lower temperatures, i ignites in. .
a J ROIir.ItT, .. POCTHTT'----J-,
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CLEAN CLEAR. GOLDEN' ? .
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I TEXACO : iiiROL: .3.I I ;The new and. d better Texaco i is$ high test. a

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THE HOMESTEAD: LEADERTnoedayi 'Havana Succeeds Florida"---to What? for you, our daufkter a*. a* ohlbHIon *-
]Put your feet up among
Fublisl od seed Ttuire.day tko dlehee make younwh'M at
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ai JiuenmtMHl. FUv, It y other POP Stolobe.a croritrea ......... home. It I* all right wo peed tl nmn
PublloAlnx Co. : "r I think not.
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fiwUt U the Issue of Ubrty, of No. tnowledg* on the subtlest to undermine of boom times le Florida to theenemy
.-- -- I this pmaporHy of American fleet. A vivid pleluro .. I think w* will way to the ..", I..
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imbor Ie, Mr Sidney 0utarU dnrlntd
IteM AItCHFJI.F.dh.* 1 homo*. drawn of a hostile navy, cutters val that It had better move on wa
--- -.- the sympathy of all food boat, ...tt'1 manned need the location for production
To ay that a "Hurricane I I. hew plane, patrol ,.
Entered .* second rim* matte* MUunlam for our lovely alator II tend human with an aggregation of .no.p- The boom' over: isle laae4
power to fore ....
,ain It lilt at Ibo post office aHtmxMcaJ Cuba tbllere. *. house and the wild partle will
by renting the various Ihlnfi I avert or defend ...Inet". I II to ers, nltefcrn gangsters *
tin, under this ad oMann f rocabi. I IS lave to bo thrown eomewheft elite.
U7i t* which Havana was to succeed make a statement. only one-thlrd The Inspired lury

.,- .- -_.- NFl rlllQ.." (Jut why h. should true familiar It usually omi Just bo- Florida' resources am llmltloa. ?
fore, Ih* weeping Mat Abel Hereome W* are welcoming the. man who
call Miami "Florida" t* not quitecleave. Key West know no panic when
the the pathos It app'iri that can develop. them This man to the
TOR: LEADKO'B tR.r.a. two red flags with black
| A trip to Earambla County fly from the center lit losing ale of these rrprohatoihave typical American cltlneo, proud of
W. believe U 110m....... UMHodland would make. It apparent that florIda I eight to nlnety-eli signal moet from forty caused the death a' Inmostnuler bit family, able to amune himself
hours
Dtotfict sod >ad* like that other charmer .f vane of the itorm Key In Wear ad. 1 '' by lead polnonln. I If need be. happy even when sober

i Meaty, note, hu Infinite. variety. But V* makes everything snuff and ride However a* eluhly-flve per cent paying' life debut and earning his
w. balloon ta that rooct.aw -..'* live and learn.> the storm out with lee* of appro.. of the fume mea patrolling thesteer living. 'But h* will not llv- hiaroad'houov '

ro.. future. Mid 1MtlalW. noton Then ore reasons why a* a .....- hcnalon and 41tto."fort'tll.n Dakota In small boat, with many a He will, not even ...v*

... Oral thing w* do not cheap to .piss know when a bllaaard howl*. during rower to their credit, are lent door to one. "

W. belter. la .*..Ur*. fruit CUM wlnd-itorma, even minor ones, tn the 1024 hurricane It to Ilk*. native born Americana; end so thev In great notnberi'h.* to beginning..
IndiKtry. KI avooado iadoatrr. ,ro. w* merely thought that someone I ly that all Intensity. record for the are fl,.htlrunder the Amerlcatlflag to learn that life In this Florida
Its tamale 1D1J1Id III rich should suggest. few .....n4. t' B. were broken And yet along against heavy odd of money, .f our may hold for him ten h.p'l
Clad laad. Its .wttlOTMlllMpin Monte to the article and let It goat the (In* of the furious center of heavier odd of treachery In men or useful year. more than h* oaa

..... and It* qualifications that, and then the seat Issue of that storm stand today houses that higher up, and are tremendously expect If Ire continue Id meet the
M a regular Promised Land IJherty did Its regular Runt of rir- were built without the aid of ar. out-numbered by an alien force of shock of rigorous" winter H* to

W. believe Li our professional, passing all Previous faun In In. cMtect or engineer, and they did smugglers. composed of foreigner I beginning to learn that children
tore** and the provocative story not lose a shingle from their of criminal record to the extent Of and grandchildren grow straight
roof
mea, oar tradiomva and ,
ol business meat and wo boUov our went Into the category of thlntvtoo I nor have they In Ml the twenty, .'xtr.fl14" cent who have stubbed and Strong under the magic ot Plor.ido. I

IB their deir for law .0' forO.. i dead to ikln The mayor of Miami thirty and forty year that. fhehave them In the back! after pretending aunrhla and under the' aearlaof
Mont and civic Improvement had a dignified protest printed atood. they wr bum a* to surrender, gauged them, the American flu's. To this typeof
In left them bound In boat ta which rlrlxon Florida auccMda The
CIne of the dilllei md w< home, not a* speculitlona I
Wa believe our people vlll appreciate closed the account The fatalities of the :Everglade the torch had bn applied, we I came to an abiding Initltutton.! The
tied Leader1 effort toIvI.tb..m Now come. Mr Joseph )11411I In im were due to high. water and confess that w* are rooting for th, road-honoe at beet I I. a volatile dct.I -

sews, advrtlm Patterson and tell .... In effect an Inadequate levee, a preventable American outfit Not oven to oblige I posit and gloom follow swiftly
tad editorial that will brine that. If any of ui can think of any. condition whenever the the ''thlnt,. ladle. and ..nlleme,," upon the atllllng of Its thrill laughs -
them the greatest maaaura *t thing Interesting to ..,. Liberty will allow the engineer t* show entertainment "Havana, te,. Havana nut succeed Flor-
truth.. Justice and helptulaeM.W might consider prlntlntJU Which It. It to true that w* can polltl"lan.l Succeed' Florida. would w* agreeto Ida In the possession of that doubtful
believe that It la oar duty calls foj more conversation, a* the a hurricane, but the dUpeniw. with the Coast Guard asset let lID hope that her af.fllctlon .
ta serve th* publtd to the beet carpenter Mid whoa h* put the ample and only these too proud or, There to many a crook In that will b.. brlel and that she
.f our ability that w* nnt rooting. paper oa upside down. too ahort-flghted t* learn anything] organisation but Lawdy! how Ilk.i'll1I1 mar moon b. liberated to the de-
kop faith with in* public MU Nowhere In all. the world !could need be defenseless against It. Jane the ilratithf ones C8 nrlhll lopment of her lovely land,
turfs aid that tit da aa wo there be found a Ovid entity better It .th* Cuban hurricanes have FJorldfc prefer prosperous nl...-
mud print ail the news without nullified than la Miami| to after failed to receive the publicity *o It .to Interesting to read the start bon and by the time that Havana
tear or favor or prejudice 01aolor sympathy to Havana. If Indeed Havana cheerfully accorded the Florida V". I of the "Journey up and down and bas wearied of the song ot the to. .
aliica busiest publicity beat I. to succeed Florid alone rlcty, It la because Tuba to ai yet, to and fro across the wlne-cardi". r'ltt. Florida will help her to succeed -
promote community welfare.Ol the primrose path and become the Inhabited by people, who live at |'and then of the hog, anei and eti.ln. The developer of
a IF objecllv of the ballyhoo arttata home. If Havana to really unlucky tug snakes that were seen In Cu.ta Tropical America, trained In th*

'It I'ORUQ.-l.o.u,1 Florida. finding. flit firm highway enough to tureed Florida In .nrer- and we credit the statement. that fields ind schools of Florida will
of progress agreeable t* her .rat. taming """' '''...", and thy takeover they were ....... Now not withlanding land ready to answer the call of
t2,. .ooo.teeThe while wandering. feet, plucks a rtmlnlM the building operation ai they this high visibility, Cuba the last Frontier and help CUB

united States has advanced ..nt aand-apur or two from the I did here, then then Red Croon will b all right. She to enjoying n liberty atabllah herself among the nation
hem of her garment and regret to have HI chance. Until then Cubato which she h". earned and to of the world, with Florida ever ...t-
more thus |lt.v0,000oo to for. learn that her lovely aliitcr la *>. ai opts a* to Key Weat. which she to adapted. It will tw thug rw record of achievement.
okra nation and our loans I abroad matter for when alien which'to *uc<-oed.A .
hlbltlnf symptoms peculiar to a I Incidentally, of the "ruined Ever a regret an tar
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are continuing at the annual rate distressing fever. ; the lame tort of gladea" the county agent report horde. smile to distinguish be. tribute to the "boorn..." (.
af about ,000.000.00' equivalentor fever tween and license, force dueWith high hearts they held
\ from which Florida .to con. that 1,700 acre will end crop to liberty
[ bas than I IT per capita, acoordinr vi leer I In* and from which she market In early January and! I.OflOaorei her to curtail that liberty. We mayyet carnival aid blared their reckle.
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!< IV ?MM Winkler, hopes she U henceforth Immune. will afford a harvest ""CoreManll 1 hear some loud walling ... w.v. 'rn abide .In one plan. was,
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dent of Rertron, '... VI""P..I'I Aa Uncle Bam' 1I\,4D than tnd they have goner
ominous feature. of the melltnant to end-*. ideating anltclwo and
1m H< spoke at a malady threatening Havana But this }Flqflda Which Havana 'snoopers to eom, ..to the coal 01 ; tbeh tens a* they moot always .a. I

the inftrme on International FtSanr to the advent of the literary '0|. to to succeed I* ruined on yet another opera In Cuba Those "nice police nut wo wt (0 remain. af wa put our
>' held recently under tbs"Mph dler. of fortJn, vxpertl Irk hokum count,, florae of the folk men" have amazing lapses Into In. ",,'Iau in order and mark the lltt 4iroew
o a of New York UniversityThto who like moiKiMttoea. Inject virus who like to live at home her*, anility to understood the English *. row on row, that tell of
figure I* not alarmingly while they cutrnct nourishment and wearied af th. errnln of weetAdallo language and It usually caste what wrecked topea. and burled drownsul
tart[ mid 0,. Wl II Itl.... "Our hum a none of beauty boot> and < nnd, aided, and abetted by U to worth to get out of a Cubnn ''oh that ,".-', coiiroa* might hove

national wealth ..*r.ltree about hoot,Y. n government which wn not altogether lock-up and It to worth a lot. liioiiichi them horn.
I*..00 per ,taplU car national. In. When Florida (the term for the I a joke Interfered with the In all Sincerity, v/r believe that I loildn l\e at home, .M tlflniat '
come limit |7SO. our annual aavlni 1 purposes of this I-MUV moaning. I pastimes of some earnest play Florida I I. "Indebted to Liberty for r..aid.ntlul Section of the
11 g 7; our annual trade, 1100 Southeastern Florida, only) pro- I mates who had com here to tank a tonic article. It may be that I'nlfd i>iai..a of Amorlca and :.1 -

and our ..uallfov..mMlt, revenue coeds to count up her major misfortune I up and Indulge In what they hopefully we: are at the parting of the wayr vltee lit f.ome-lovLng men endwomen
about 111I I *, one by one. It develop I believed to be games of Jut what do we want, here In Florida of this nation to ahafe In
should alan like to refer to 1 under th American flog 'her abundant life
'that ih van count them oa one rhanc It I* hard I/J restrain our < a
the. rather significant u.lnold no*, r.m.finite. 11'.... .* .n._.l. _._.'_.._>._.v.nk.... ._.._. I.tear M w,. read of the devlllifrmachination 'home I .. or .to.dhou..1 I ----
ana it n probably.. more thin amore ,that she entertained the wrong peo. of thll brae of I; It pertain that the two
rolnrtd me. that our Investment |lpie tic n. do not thrive .
and failed to.entertain the coundreto -the. home element and .
abroad, both political and fight people, a Catastrophe to our Uncle flam The "honeM Shall w* cay Jo the departed Inelll'll'l WhatY'Y'; WAN'I'.
commercial mad during the pact which. If Mr. Sutherland U <,correct, gambler" were harried. The dli. era, "('om. bn back We In Ute f
decade and a half, almost (
exactly
"Havana auoceed Florida". honest gambler. repented this and .. .. .
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correspond to the aggregate excess Florida like leu happy Motion sought revenge for the assault up- ..."...._.._-_- -._......_N...'_-.......-..... .._- - --- -----
of our export over Imports fur the which .. on their nobler
ir r"'lu.ntIoltt.. by brethern and unless
tare iwirlod. In other word, had I cluud.buriti. One In a familiar Your
tornadoes, earth with the various Ship Tomatoes 6y>>
w nol Invented abroad,
dlapdix' tnakea, bllnarda and like trlbulo form of cheating a* lire'> Suth*' ,
'Y not have bean able ta, ot I It'W.haajw' ...n paj Mlitre ha*. tnd.Mrmi t?,Jba, H I* hnr .
our surplus pr"tMi6ir'nor'Would! l| art: tW Wed \ndl."hurVloaiM. A. U.giro the borrW story*of the wayIn Baltimore & Carolina Steamship Co.
the rest of the world hove bn Ina. 1 .
haaard In "which by the way, Cuba which those slickers put It *v. : (WEKMS: IJNB)
position to per for such aurplvi.FoMl l I holds the majority of the MockA on the; tnnooftnt vlslteraWorse
.n leans have, therefore, bnofltvd LEAVE MIAMI EVERY SATURDAY 5 P. M.
fallow
,. Mr Butherlund'i article and the Hit Scotch pi<" I
not only. the borrower but I >'ut. little map which aeaampanlad r)r were 'lit.I only cut outrage". DIRECT FOR BALTIMORE
the lender ft' .. .11. It might ty" but .
lead the lnnocnt bystander shy charged him tan dOl.t. /
'That the t>orni.ln. nation Inn .ort fur .
to Infer that all hurrlaanw d. per whicho. ARRIVE BALTIMORE WEDNESDAY'
haw kept faith with th.lr crodlton tn show that there 18 / -
around Cuba Band
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and
on "riorlda the figure liven out by ma I hat bootlefgrrV pray 'ajlh -
that of U total world debt estimated the I'. 8. Mvteorollfleal. Bureau Will I..r.. .w..u. tine I. reminded 0' '
at flU.ooo.eoo.eoo the principal. help ue Sauce th* actual value of irmwl I'ouoe-keepvr' lam"nl Same reasonable freight rates in effect as
Kith thn "_pUon of Hiualuiihn the data IIf,. "uthertund eo lightly-) t contenting her uthMat"MnunI last season. Hauling: charges advanced to
..aii. on which Inter** la Jn. ..*. prraentli Sinceth* beginning fvur ft atMitiii llt the UeirvltoblH mall Trucking Comp nled.

.. : fault, represents left than t per ,." l. ,01'41. (till) .(Or tkl> had toh n> teth t'.hmnMrew. '
'crftk of Hi- Inlul ", hl1. the interestIfs ...,'tlon,. II' hifrrlcaa" *. havo !TatUnan! i.'AMi: Pier !N. a. ntMwyno Illvd. K. H. ('WNKfl

; arrnr .rr.'irM'only .hI:. ( wept Cuba, to the eleven that I I The atrocity of this enemy ""ovemmene At Ninth Htiwt General AgentPbumiii '
h: tenths of ono pr rent on thu entire have bestowed like attention upon of our taxes cr.ilillty8taadlng IUS.IIIW Miami Florida

W arauunl "urtknnor, the pr !atontataiidlnf ]r'h'Iorlds. Nowh.iy.t" In the South guard afala the return "MiamiPkmerr bleanuhlp

i amount ot the prl'n. triC United tti i la the average of ..._...._........... ................_,,,...................,.........
et pal now In default totaling IK-',lIth norm ,per year; per hundred L'I

e lOG.Qt..,o., compares with annrlglnallx mil** of Boast a* low aa It to In the t r
Issued amount of It.- 'ktolntty I e
Utomfc fore the average -
1 180.0110.0041, tlftatnf that well, *. also afonn. rper hundred mll-a For the Best in Office Equipment
over (7 per cent ha. been "...1..", each twenty rears Adjacent coast*
J'Mnnurnetur'r'" : A_ .>tlon Boll f wary from vorate of One norm ,

",ua, each It'...... to on, h 11.5 ,...... I ,
-- It 'la likely that Florida to on" of MOMAND & MILLER
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(iOrt. Vatr .klplM d from the aafxit place In trio United ))1,

event paths alimony Recently a* one of the heallhlvatNo !l OFFICE
EQUIPMENT COMPANY,
forgetting the Ion* reach of th. I on* who has experienced K 1
....dlo. a* requested ware at Mam.tyhla Birrtoaa would be foolish enoughto

to ploy "I Cant (hive Von attempt to mlnlmtoe IU power or Salesroom: 116 South Miami Avenue
Anything But LeI**." His wife IU terror W* bow before nature .. .

hoard the aanounwr ton who had I But we can Hf understand the Miami Florida
asked for the number, wd now typo af man who would raptors the .

Q.ntfif U solos bl to (IrandAaplda hurricane aa .. bag-s-boe oopectollydtowtrou
io love low or wh t...*f I t* this ecUen and take Desks and Chairs in All Grade3 Art Metal Steel Filing Equipment !

this suds* thinks to right. "obaUge of a lack at po'PUIa'1 t l li i

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.22c dav. March 5. 1929 THE HOMESTEAD LEADER rage Seven '



HOOVER RAm Bok Offers to FinanceImprovement 1----------\\I. U e
Program rwih Jwlkial Hector ,f Florin .
,/w anti far ........ ('eM..t" Jim CLASSIFIED ADS
VARIED CROP ON1313ACREFARM chancery. 1'1.' ......... r
bite Wales TU. March INS) VICTOR .E.1C ItWN9R, t'orhp loin t

---4"itinene. of Mountain Lake today ant. vu. E. CROWEJOY andat1S110 1 RATE: First insertion toe atlne: lubgNMithuit InMrtton. 1
'KTKVKNIK CROWLKY.his
I were considering Edward E. Pokeoffer wire, JAM. T. MTBVBN O>
to continue the beautlflratlonef and ANNIE BELLE 8TRVCNKON : ,. I
the surrounding territory made his wlfa. T. U KETCH 1 -- ---' -

Model of Scientific Oper- recently at a testimonial dinner KRTCH1NOM.INU Jr. .and bis wife CAROUA, and B. W.R.: FOR RENTFIVEROOM I'NTII. APRIL 1. 1 will sell 10 toot

ation Employs 200 at given the Philadelphia, philanthropist KINl.Kr, Ix-fendnnts. kite on Ith and Ttk *tn .U bel. >

who has established a bird Sistine of Maxw Male HOUSE: I mil.. N. .'een Kmm and Klrat Ave. *1IN

$75,000 a Year sanctuary and a carillon In memory Notice Is hereby given that under W. of Homeetead. Alto t aero | each, those to .hool and,
,ud by authority ef the Final IMere -
of hi. parent of Foreclosure rendered b, tillable liiad. Pay rent partly in biulnoa Ray term, If alrodv t

Wuhlniton March '.Although Bok offered to finance the firm th. Honorable A. J. Rose, one of work on grove ir desired. Writ t. B. Tower owner. t

h* kept the fart, almost completelyhldd ,....'* work of a five-year Improve.Mont theJEleventh: Judicial Clrrult Court of of Mr. C H. WoMburj. Horn .n.1I11 ,

i n when It might have brought program In thin vicinity If Florida, In and for Dude County. etead. F1.. N.JT-tf'
the Florida, In certain InlAid _., FOR 8ALR- "vJleol plow and[
him additional thousands of votes cltlien vould underwrite from that cause --- -- --
Court In which Victor grove 110.*.. Write flux Hi
".'00 .to "i,00 pending
In the resent campaign HerbertHoover a year for the FOR KENTroom furnished
K. I>owner I I. complainant, and hLZ. Teaoewee Raa,1. (inf)'
I. cotnlmnt of the farmer' other four year*' work. Crowlcy and Monte Stevenson Souse, .05 K. W fad AVI Be* .
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problem not from observation and -- Oewley his wife. Jas T. Hteven- Mr.. Mary Hobart (MJ-14) J'oNl1
sun and Annie Belle Hlevenson his' .. FOR SALE OR TRAPS TT ?
study alone, but from ---- -- --
practical
ei- USE MANGANESE wife, T. I.. Ketehlnm, Jr.. and I track, with saw motor and ln perlono The President .In, and Viroln, R. Ketchlnn, his wife, andH. FOR SALE condition Will sell or trade tor .
?. ha been since n2, owner of1Illacre afK W. rlney, are defendant. I a*' --
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rood ford trartor. Q. B. Mal-
Uperlal Master In Chancery
farm In California that Appointed I .
model NMir of AiqilliwUm for Tai Prod by the Court In aid decree, ('RHODE ISLAND RKD EGGS for low. Abobrook Araad. Ho sin,
I of scientific
a operation Notice under and virtue of the terms
by
I* hereby given that Mr* rfead. and diversification.. j Elizabeth Robertson, holder of Tax thereof. will offer for sale and sell hatching. |l per eettlnt ol II. i :- .-.- ._" e
fK Frederic. William Wile Waehlnf Certificate No. II, dated the lit at public outcry te the highest and N. If.: W*.er. Sliver P&:lm Drive.
ton correepoadent of the Farm day of June. A. 1)., 1121, has filed seat bidder for cash at the South H mile wet from Black Point HELP WANTED!
IBid Certificate In my office, and front door of th Court House of r.'i-tf. I ,.. !
Journal has obtained figure on has mad application for tax deed Lade County In th* city of MiamI, _- .. -- \
the new national txecutlvd farm. to Issue In accordance with law. Florida on Monday, the let day of ------- WANTRIA: man for wenerall|
Inv activities which h publlahen In Raid Certificate embrace the following April. A. 11.. 1821. between the FOR SALE OR RENTroom i
described 'hour ef eleven o'clock I A. M. and farm work white preferred, witki
situated
property furnished stucco houee, I 1-1
.., the current issue of that nation :In lisle County Florida, to-wlt: two o'clock I P. M., the saute being con eyanc*. J. F. Meyer, PapH ,
; agricultural monthly. They reveal 8E1A of Stay of NEH. t legal salvo day, and the hour the miles earth of HomoeteaJ. Martent ya I'lantatlon, Avovado Drive Jbl
lion II, Township IT I-t legal hour of sale the following Kin. boa HI Button A, .
that Hoover, a* a farmer employ I Richard Road. two MAMA wt of
Range It East, containing ten described property, situate In Dade Homeitead. ;
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f a* many *' 100 hand during the acre more or &0... County Florida to-wlt., jlt-tf. Krone: (m>-7)
peak harvesting Mon and that The assessment of said property Lots t and 1 of Block I I ot ____ .
Mil annual farm payroll amount to under the said Certificate Issued North Diamond Park according I COMMERCIAL HATC'IJlNG-Jlabt
LOST
aJ was In the name of B. C. Miller to the flat thereof.- chick and baby dock nat '
$71,000.
Unless Paid Certificate ihould be corded In Plat Book t at PaP View Poultry Farm Hay View I .-4&-'
"Hoover'* acre ire an object redeemed according law tax Tt of the Public Record of
Dads road. 1 mil couth of Prinotoa UWT WU1SI CA{B -c*>nt_!nUt*
l.tllOn In diversification of crop," deed .1II1..u. thereon the Ittlr day County Florida.
Wile. Th. of March. A. !>.. I U'. The said. property as aforesaid (lltf) abstract and legal pupora. |10J
Wt) "jcontaln vineyards Dated this torn day of January, together with all the tenements. I- reward If returned to leader *f-j I
producing ten varieties .( table A D. UJ. hereditaments and appurtenance MTIlAHO .1.1I flee. (m6-tf)1]
grapes with a yearly output of .K. B. LHATHERMAN, thereunto belonging In any wise .., .
": 600,000 pound There I* aim Clerk of C Clrrult' Court Dad County ."....rtalnln,. being sold to satisfy,NATURE'S PRODUCT II .. -- -
Florida, aid decree.IV. monte II Fotaih. Top dreaalnf'cr
"soon IDA acre In cotton too ac... .tod this tlth day of February.
in alfalfa, 110 acre In potatoes, Clerk Circuit By Court Jno.Heal.Fenno. D. C. A. !>.. mt. I all vegetable and fruits Tc-1 I II CARL A. V IIELDManllary

;, 100 acre In I IOU, lit acres In Feb a It. l'. H: Mar. av IIkw B. P. ROBEFITS, matoc ripe hard-ew. At Mantua Market .
Kpeclal Master lit Chancery Florida East I I
Warehouse 01* |
poaches, DO acre In watermelon IX1N 1':. FKKREYRA: IRA. C In
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and muskmelons HO acres In Cp' n-' N'... of Application for Tax lord HAYCOCK,. I Coast Pertlllnr <'o. Homeatead. A.lHtur, *. a

left onion, >0 to eo arm In sweetpotatoes Notice I I. hereby given that Mr, Solicitors for ComplainantF Fla. I ..
Elizabeth Robertson, holder of Tn tl; M. t. U 11, as ".....--- --- ----I II II noniratCMl Flw.
70 acre In iiprlcoU Certificate No. II, dated the la -- -- 31ANGANlESEHardee's
In addition the pveldentlal farm day of June. A. !>.. 1826, has filed NOVICE OF MASTrjVK KAI.K I -USE I
r wljjrlva''' Information the has made. application for tax deed and'by virtue of the Final !>'*.
problem
of
r on to lasii In accordance with law -re of Foreoloaure rendered<< In .
a poultry raiser, dairyman and Raid Certlfloarn embrace the f.l: hat certain cause pending; In the : Shop
t.ncm... The poultry yard con- lowing deaerlbed property situate Jf.I'cI court of the Eleventh Ju- t Visit Key WestThe
tin ome 1,100 bans, and there are In Hade County, Florida' 'I lo-wlt: I of IHorlda. In and for UltoWN-IMI.T SHOESO1SNT'M I
NRH of NE 4 of "K8 <'. Pad County In which M. P.
r 100 host and ISO oowa. lion 24. Township 17 flo"th of Walker Is rVnrlalnant and Rome KlIltNIKHINn)
Rang SI East containing tan :.IppMhclm, WUIIam Oppenhelm. AlMihrook. "">ado, HonirMeadWhen Southernmost CityVIA
acre more qr J..... Fanny Ooldnteln and Nathan Uold1.ln t
,,'..... .-
Th .m..nt of said prcrertlfiaat are defendants, being equity .. .
under ASIA C qt laaueoT'wa. xso number UflT-A. the uriderilarneit I --- -------i ,
f I.:1. rid"mft ot C. : lI Ija l sae General Maitter. appointedby
I te should be radV-.. the Court In said I>..iT.... will of- i
..d according f. law, tax owed will '.. for sale. at pnlilfi! auction to The Oversea Highway
Issue thereon tin 14th day of h. hlghcnt and heat bidder for"flh. [ I
t : March. A. D. 1920. at the Mouth Front Poor 0' 'I -I-I I I II
Dated this Both day of January. h. fourthoiiMof nude< county '
NE\VT (a. BALL A. n., 1920. !"Io.lda. In the city of Miami. Fl.irdt I '- 125 miles over sunlit
K. Tl. T.EATHERMAN. on the hi day of April A, I) I -- +
r I Clerk of Circuit (Court Dado County It'.. between the hour of eleven' ''I -1+1I 1-- I waters and tropical
FIRE INSURANCE AND 'IUf. :\. Florida. ,o'ittnrk A. M. and two o'clock P. I I -- I isles
By Jno F,>nno. D. C. M.. the. property described! In said
folSE8. NOTARY
DRED Clark Circuit court f'al, no,.. e. HII mi, red In Dado County,
Feb 5, 12 1 IK, 26; Mar. S, 12. Florida, to-wlt:
PUBLIC n- Kant Half of theHoulhenut Commodious and
o quarter (61614) of
LEGAL OCCHEN'CI Colt.REMY -
Notice' of AiM'lkwtkm for Tax bred the Hunthwrat quarter DRAWN Notice le nireoy given that W F nf the Doiithwnit, quarter (8W j comfortable ferry
A. Robertson holder of Tax Certificate 4. )1. and the Went' half (W4)'
Flowere Bldg.. Homestead, M No. II, dated the lit day of the Southwest quarter if June A. D.. 1926 has filed sale t4)) of the Southeast quarter i boats leave each
'-- --- .','rUtl,< air In my office, and has (HKV, ) of the HouthweM quarter : in need of any
nude application for tax deed to (I'IW' '4) flection 5. Town- terminal at No
inane In uirordftnea with law. Said ship S7 It Uaat.
LI5TERINE. I'Vrtlflratc ,mbrucei the following fluid 1Ot'tt.Hrt: ;; the u..1 plumbing work, call

described property, situated In port .f Name and LowerMateciimbe
Padt"ounty.. melqNnk7. FERREYRA.lenerol -n
THROAT Florida to-wit: We
us. are expertsat
210 ft. E. thence 110 ft. ( Master In chancery.
TABLETS South and West 110 ft. and iT h1 IsVN&'EA, at 8
I North 210 ft beginning at a It\\\: Irltor Ir: CotnplalnantF. repairing.

l'ornrtt' ft.Lot East II. Blk.of the It, Ort II-:-M. .. 11- ..1.. U.. a. m. and 1 p. m

frlnal Townalte oil Florida City.
thence running E. 100 ft N. .
w o nlisephic 100 ft. W. zoo ft. thence Southto Charges reasonable.All .

prevent pulnt luuvaiment of beginning.The of said. property If You Like work guaranteedfor

idir the mid Certificate Issued I daily.MURPHY'S .
& Re ieve
w,ta In th.. name of James To.I.I one year.
I
HoarsenessSort I'Open. laid Certificate should be A good haircutA .
,,- Throat .load will laene thereon the 14th I I
"" day i cif> March. A. 1) lilt. smooth shaveA G. R. OldendorF
Coughs nil.-.I this oth day of January,

A D. IDSD.R n I.KATHERMAN. smart bob; TRANSFER CO.

Clerk of Circuit Court Hade County

Florida. I. TRY A VISIT TO & Son
fly Jno. Fenno. D. C 8 W. Mowry St.
"lark Circuit Court Real I
ALrl. b e Fab. 1, II. II. II) Mar. 6. 12 Hauling of Every
W. Second Aeeuu.Homotcad
14 .
........_Ce.....1....U"A. I N ch of Application-for Tax-DrrdNotlrx BUSH'SBarber DescriptionPROMPT

la hereby given that Mrs FlaHOMESTEAD. >
Elisabeth Rohertvon holder ef Tai SERVICE
Certificate No. II, dated the lot
day of June A. D., 121 ha filed PHONE 523MTRANSIT
said Certificate In my office, and Shop I ,-
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has made application for tax deedto _.. -
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issue In accordance with law, 20 N. Krome Ave.
Salil Certificate embrace th* following
described property, situatedIn I CO.
Pad County, Florl.1< to-wlt .
Lot II. Block I, M. L. "D. ._ e lU&UI )lOMFXTKAIlNORTH ....rtOIUDA. cm
NO MOPS are like Ice Improved Co. Subdivision of the WestOn -- -

triangular O-Odar Half of Section II, Tewn- IX>VNI>-IMT. HumrMeadlSOITM "::4' a. ..., a .. ....., H a. say f
ship 17 South' of Rang II
Polish Mop-no other polo Keen containing tea acre P.mSpnS140.1 Po ....
lab *o remarkable In It* reulU more or 1 lee*. Nina Brandenburg

a. ().Ceda... Use them. Th* aaaeesment of sold property DOV'MD le .e Mhunli 1 a. m. S a, at* 11 .. ni, I pi m, atags

Mop,7 ,$ .$1.25. Polish waa under I* the the name said Certificate of M. L. A) 1 bound>. C*. t a E. FtagW-r Aro b., m, ap.rIp.m.

12 v,60e. Unless said Certificate should be .
bottle S0e
4-os. | redeemed according to law, tax Agvu.i fur thus leaves FloiMa City It gala befor It halves Ilouteitcari.chant .
deed will .km thereon the 14th
day ef March A. D.. 1929.Dated Till. schedule subject to without antic

this 10th day of January, Realsilk Hosiery
A. 0. JUti Miami Station-Bu* Terminal tlHometoad N. E. Second M. Telephone .....
B. LKATHERMAN. Etroclo Shirts and etaU.-R.dland. Hi stet
Clerk of Circuit Court, Dale Coun.
tr, Florida I Florida City Btatlod -riortd* CtIMnr I, Carat,
By Jno. Fenno, D c. Underwear conorrttoei to West r lmHli4t i Boodle via Dtxto Coach Uww

Clark Circuit Court ftaal' Mar Motor TraTd Um.... to an potata hi United Skated:
Feb. .. It II. II; Mar t, 11
rACXAOm AND ]LIGHT KXTRa&jMaaa CARRIBR.'I .
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LEADER Tuesday March 6.i 1929
Eight "THE H 0 ME S TEA D


Over Ice Lands Burton on Buying Trip my trad." I I d0IdM ONt4 .olodntf! I Ia"n-,
\ LOCAL BOYS WIN 1 Fight 1 1Neg1'tss )rr. Burton arrived In fauUlnio so VlBBed _.-.,. she was the
in City CourtA 1 Plans New Stock Lines
In company with a heavy aster 1 ttik tlnelrta .Mtama'.Ui fttr.uora

"CONSOLATIOITBALL 4.- dorm ho write "KverytWnt to weaver'of' the Ctevife Woolen

fight which *(*rt d over a I IPiM>.to. a* stocking DOW Itawt, whit, and It to still .....,t.. very. Milt *W* ihs -wW ttitM!" that

TOURNEYDelray I I pine of In caused Havajuiah of tUPivhaiwHa and replenishingstacks heavily" his letter car. varttd' fruit tM flnHt. "dross( material .

ray, nfvro**. to IM final JIll"I' now oantd. Joe Burton, to UM Heaviest army. plods.
.
police eoort IVdy nliht head of IMrton'i IXipartmont AONf Rug Weaver Resigns t'IIIrIIItr Mm world War'rfh wove

School Team Wins charts cf *oranrly a ojidui t byfltohtliK. I Homestead left Sunday .n a twowk Longview Club Job from ftre hundred to sight' hundred

HavftniuUi'. husband who buying trip that will tk yards .t Ou"a week.
District Tournamentin I was arrr4 at the same Urn *o him to ttoltlmore, New York and at..... Mary Oldendorf of Home.Hand --

W: Palm Beach I the an charge was 4rajMd.whan I Bonton.Wrltm> who has bB rut weaver Nsvvkd We Adkw'Pon .
-- It boeam evident 'm ..all from. Baltimore, :Mr. for the Longview Club for lh pot -
'that h.. had ben drawn Into the Marisa MI..: five years, hoe annotfnoed herrrcltnatlon. men w.>4w arralffld. on a
,
Homestead hnOket bell bovi
argument between his wl/ and another "I am planning on stocking new During the time she charge of violating two law.
brought name a. nllv''r cup ....Iur. nrm, when ho had ordered 'lines that will rK* Hom.itF"dna wave for the club a* well *. the "1Ja". you an uttornoyf", aimed

flay ,,alit, .,. the pIM to the wlai.T -j his wife to quit! arguing and to 1 real treat In valuo I realla ten yearn before. the bungalow, Club the J...... .' '
in ih* oMiwlatkin. tournament horn. Sh. responded by throwing rrrjr keenly the otuHlty of setting Inwrlahly took the first prla at "W,,',* not Rant to hv any
In a Jump and a bottto or medicine the mot value for the money, and the county fair. lawyer," was the atirprMnt answer,
lid ti) ties "-h''oI fllmlnated I
at him.Pat I am In the market, ID search of Mrs.tldea1ort., whose tat have "we've dixtdvd to tH the truth."
the fleet round HI '11tdlnlrlirt I..urn.j) Cameron, tomato packer Much unit,,. thai t can PM on to bn admired for their firmness, I-EL ,

amfrt' vh'eh was heldn PklmrV wall fined |M* on the chart ofiltomU "

*' h ..'..."., dud "ttird..y. Altltomfti poMWMlon of !'bl receivedthe same flog
the Homestead fm wa C efi
on the same chart Jim Kirk, another
llinlnatkd In the first round when CRAHAM BELL E1
packer charged with drunk'
I was dvf,*\{,a by >f Hay with *nn- and illegal possession = ==

ii dow ill-it *'or.. principal j*.. ......k.'. wax tined n.... Karl 35 "OF ALL FAITH A MAN'" M
T Wilron, print<< In the fiit that mill, was fined 17.60 on the J3 FAITH IN ITS OWN sTINT: IS i E
..iibo 'If h the lot-Hi were defeated, charge of drunkenness, g THE MOST IMPORTANT."
t
i heir victor detailed the Miami lad night In polio court, Karl ,
'fl.H i nni with' 0 Wgfr *....... Th loins, wa fined |".1. for drunk S3C
1,its. -iiind. Hoi Roy game wan any-. runes, Wllll Brown Drawn for The traditions are respected in rites a

f0 i Jv H. .f* until the lout whistle foiled lit bond on the chart ot 5 conducted by us and the ceremony Is one of =
> ,, w and a field bull divided the disorderly. conduct by fighting; W. and dignity.TURNER'S .
beauty .
i err In TV In.,'. favor. 11 Hay M. Bllot..,.. nears. forfeited a |15 g t

non .'0"C-* until It mot the bond on the chart of drunknnnraa 1 '
"rain Vith tPam'....I<'Ir defeated and disorderly conJuct; and Stanley 1 FUNERAL HOME
"ii with n Mf mar, 1'alm Bench Strphvna, near charted with. B
.till ri'PI'I' nt this district at tliit disorderly conduct by flthtliu, wa ems ...HCHlP Ambulance Rervlcc
t tonmnninnt .t OUInmtvlll fined 121. a fIom !II.."* i. Ulf |
g I'Mmeai leap M4.R.. XKH Hat
I u I Ray will attend as second beat ---- ---

In the main" tournament the WANT ADS PAY I g Flowers Bldg. Homestead, Fla. E
gums Hllli their stores were aiollnwv. 'I::::

Mlnml ?11th. 1, n nta 0; USE MANGANESE :iiiiiifiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniii/ (( I mill"IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIIII 1rIIIIIIIIIIDIIII/IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUIrI/lIlIlIlIllUlIllIllI/ { /( IllIIllIllIllIllIi(( ( ::

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Pon. oJ(' ,( On II. moire: MiamiH" O.h' '_
ci 11" Jupiter U; r el Rr 11. -- =,
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Hfli<,i PIIt...l 14: l-Vrt Laudrdl
10, I'nmpan it; Canal Point II.
R.dlandt: Ode Mites II eke.-
Worth 1". Palm U..a ih $4, Boynton .

Ito I RED CROSS PHARMACY
the imicnd round the leo,."'!|,
*ol* MJUml II. Fount de lM>n fill

1>*I lUy ft. MUiml Beach It{ Fort
'lAui'erdnl II. O n.l Point
Point Reach 1ft. 1h d. At l"*. II., 51 East Flagler St Miami Florida
tIooI'III < ,
In the third ronnth en 4 .
the Bay II. Miami' Ht' .h' 171 Palm
beach; It. tort Uoderdal II. ThenIn *:'"
the hot some Palm Poach do. Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday

sated IVI Ray with a !... wor*. I ,
and ion the toutmTiintIn
the oontolktion tournammt I ,

I ho Brat rvi'ddeor* were: Btukrt .
2. Pianist: lloiiifiitMd it Jupiter
U: 0111.1.0 :, "dl..et 0; ljtWoith \ ,
eotiton I. The send
H.
01.nd was: N..un: stood i. ,Htuart (I; I II

I ntnimno II, ,...k., W"rtk tl; and
m the last wing betwtwn Homo SALE SALE
i.-id, in.I I'umiHino the Humi'ii..*,lI : c
I nyn mum with a 3l-t ,,'a t..,* Hill'

<-coh<>d the silver <-up.
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Inaugural Address :
a ,
Heard by School


Through! the courUtnir of Thomas -- -:....-.-
K. Booth rtprvwntatlv or At. .. .
waUr-Ktnt riulloa, Homestead high .....:nc 1.\1'")lItII TUI.trRUM: A NEW PLANt sots 'Henn Aold Pottd.r 21c

school enjoyed the Inaugural cete- toe Brilliantine ror .... ..,......
51c .
.. FREEI t I ::::::::.:::::.-
monlM at Wanhlniton ywiUrday.Tuning I for ........._ ....
=::.:::.. 1(4 TCpaom Bait
In at 1* minutes t,* II. the 100 c'-old. Cream 51c Surprise Package I In this One-Cent Sale t tur .........>.;...?...... ........ 16c

students received.. a clicks lOj-n or I for ... ..... ..... ...'......... I If +.
the oonmony and heard President With each $1.00purchase you do not have to take S6q dplrlt of famphott 26c
HoovoraddrMa.. Lunch tlm had $Oo Perfume Klaoon 51c for ..... ..............-..... ... ...
... two of the same article J
been moved u, half an hour 10 IJor .. .:::=: ? ___ I ISo Mvrcurorhromo 6CKlrk'
that the pupil were ready to llatonla. Abe Face Powder 'Slc unless you wish to. You .solution 1 for ................._
1 for ... .... ..
"It worth weale occasion," :: ;::::=.:..::...-- I select two different U.1-st...-. Wltnh Haul.Unlm 16c
wsot to<> HardwutiT 11may
Ho. Familial
rrlnctpal J. T. WUwn. kid today.! for ._.heap. . ..... ......26c Soap, t for ar c 1 es, as 1 long as they -I for .- -
::. (iimlt 0 to a customer)
definite |
the students
"It
gave 1 1".Baby T*Icum 26e
It no*lode* at '..... a..... affair* at loo Route., Medium RapberryH Wmw- lie- .-'.-..-.Ial' Milk-ot I are the same price. I for .. ..... -..-..........
; I berry SIc -t :
." I for .............._.... 51c .1......;"' t for ..... .. ... ------...- ..,,-
Th school has II radio ot Its owed .:::::::...::.:.-. got use rJiIt Tauinidf Jltll
hut M It wu ttot csa.Udered strong 504 Buttermilk Cle.naing SIC 11.00 American Mineral '| At '. Center -Oil Aromatic .26e n oels.
enough to .awir. a, clear -.t",
Mr, Booth Installed one In the I 600 Cream SIc I'unalar Tooth 11 Cod Liver Possum, r for ....
Kxlnu
ohool r..***rday ......1.... t. or ,... ::0 0 ----.- -------... : :' ...SIc fM It t for ....... .._ 51.01 : .
.-- .. -- :I----: -- ...---.-.--__ ? tl.. niyeerlo And ROlla 26c'

ll.Ott Hot.Water..Bottto. JO.M :lose: Baby OtntH* 8oprt .26c Iron'and Win* $1. 1 Water, I ter : .= _
tat .. .. -
or ::1UHr.
? .....>...,.. ...... .." '
'Ge fMonlur Club shaving ',
".00 FountelnAyrln/ts $2 01 i"" rtir Hvttart of /lr''Pa :
Tor .. .. .._ _' Vanilla.. I for .._ -.. .. 41c ,71* Mlfflln Kuliblnir 16t cram. I for _71.--
-- nt-- 0 .:-... All&Itot. yet ..'..........-.. ... .

> i II mitlonery.. larder Court I for .... *l 6 0-1 I Too for Bay....Ruin.... pint...... ............ fffLft too *rnit llhlnwht SIC U.tor". Colonial._...:=-..Club..*......Hair..*.....OH.....SIc.
.. ..
;Vanry-,.hits" Envelop e0r Penriar Aiperla.;; ]"SIc t for- ------ .. -' -- oft <"ol nhil (lob Yak-urn 26c
I for ...., lot Men, I fcf...-. .u
TicKvb*. BtKtloncry 7ft* _. .::::...:v:- too Zlno Oxld Ointment 21e : .
IOvM : .. ..
for
t
1 for lie Carbolto Witch mast OC> "... ,...lIIon'.1'oOoi $1.51
salvo, I far ,....... .. *'**
6" Popular .Pouna.Palwe Glc _- "-- 1.0 .ud* M Iht T*W t* I r-t W: tr*. .J for.. .Ift..ii-Ht.II.; and
.... .. .. .. AUV li byprs.
I for 'h' __ 1C* Compound Cathartic 26e 1 for Orant mo.mom)>
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PHI. I for11.vr -_ --- ---- --
doer Peat ShMlk : '- lie BlrarboMt ofJMa C9fl
16c |1 Nelaon- rrrfume >1aaaorte '
a0. Peawlar KnTk>|MM <0o Caecar Aromatic 61c ... ** |PXI
21' ...... .... .. ...... ... I for Odor. 1 for
to ...." ... I for ..... I for .. ._ .. I"
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GeneralhWk


i Utilities MAE ORDERS PRWTLY FILLED18% fir.....


'AMt meet) roses ...M

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Tuwtrfav., March K. 1929 ...-.- fTTFE H 0 M'EST tt'A: : D LEADER Para Nine ;


regions have. orajaaltad -norativaattletloa. 'W1ee. .f aid (Mp100 k end mention thee Just to show that
BRAZIL INCREASES CITRUS This IsjMtaMr true i plume ..../ iP0 0111\ the I7otthAmericus there kt M lack .( whet but
'la the states *f aV* Paste a4 Mn I "M .'-"' f"". Rtopee(I that. tt ......DI' seeds aeeseoaa to t* I
de Jaerk both of which. ara very will he oontitlr ,10 PgOSu. _a. r out after Itt1tusrae'ee.w
near point of viiwrtatlon. The "
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: PRODUCTION AND GROWERS irovemment hi taking an active laterret .
I ; .+
: |.. tl'lflng those onpialaatloa II" a. en.raw.w;eann..ua.an.r.a..a.Purina

both dlrertly and Ia4lr*.tly. ,
The federal government jiad state Feeds

R' ORGANIZE FOR MARKETING cow ram, nt are helping Ihea tree

grwlsatkes" to "lid Mad _Iht@ .....l-OU *At EQUIPMENT, MANGANESE,
I hi Ir packing; 11011_.
C#Yt:J ATEWAL AND HAMPERS
Th. atat of flue Paulo bas tome

nick further 14..encuttnm! U" ilt- SEE
: Exportation Still in Infancy but Getting Encouragement
,J rats Industry by marling a, pr*>nl

From Europe, Which Pays "Flat It to plant Is expected twenty million their. In cJ I,two m. .yearn...... DaV v" Feed &: Supply Company

tering Prices'1 to Brazilians time a cwajaMembla amount of this 1 Arlyk W'tthotl" en. Fertilizer Row
aitork wilt be ready to plant Into
i.rh..Ma. The Brailllan who la Phonic y Homestead, Fla.Fine .
FLORIDA GROWERS ASLEEP, SAYS It. H. ROLFS heeding this work .learned It .In .I..__.. _-

Pelt trusty niHwrlv eel In a .,.,. -.
"v' --- --- -
Winter Haven packing 11_. A ..
Former Headof
Dean of State Agricultural College ahd young Kraalllan kt now apatkiluiIng ,.

Florida Experiment Station Writes la citrus work at Oahuavllleand .\
experts to return In two years
From South America
after taking a On l months comes Inralifatnla.
The state of ]Mine to

i iiv nor.. ... ... KOI.roFDITOIt else makingsum* 'rrpur.Hoal tara Cake
linger prvilnrttnn of reed ritrvsklork
H NOTKIVof V. H. Holfs. one time dean "f the I<'lor- (1hrr states ire Interactingthmtlva
Ida Plate Coll.... at Agrtuultur "ow..head of. the llraslllan AgrtcuUUral
Mi.boo). will arrive In Hi.rlU about April lit on a **. month In a slatllar direction

vacation. I;ra.ll to just heglnninr to rashesthat
Writing to 8m.ret ry relic of the Florida OUrua Kichanga heCM and Pastry
there I
a dcwrlptlun of rendition In Brazil from a citrus angle a tremendous. opporiimlty
: ; I..t
BMW may yet have to b* reckoned with aa a rival the awaiting he In the ripoitMUou -
corm bosliraMH of Iropk*.! fruit. The. I'all.4Waus.
eats that the number or bearing citrus tree* are about double England and Japan n",
the number now In "Florida moatly edllnga] > quality vsrlabl Bra ,.
all .la making extensive preparations for now planting. The mate atda maintaining gnat steamer Ink
Paulo will met I*.ADO.... seed and other slates smaller amounts. provided with refrUr ra'1on -" u dui oMtry Is the kind that sits lightly on
He ra-&tTh: that the tall la very productive and climate perfect for partini.nl* ao that all sort of piIkhnl "-

Iho* moon grower neeraetty are organlalngAH for the. I rent a pound duly the citrusInterests : I* product may be Bent to- thelargo the djAAtidn We use no substitutes for fresh .
an now asking for' ttt prevent e.t0..lve importation: of I. tt.nn'ertdatct i I.,n of the
fruit grown with- small pro.lurtlon rests, from entering Into competition .*ild IlI'n."y. K since and Italy
wltb Florida citrus Those who have studied the situation be- lit- rapidly coming In, to fur h. r egg. WV milk cream, 1 putter and sugar or
_llev* that In tlma PloMda will lose her ruropaaa cltnn. market altoeMber .- .
bet'auoe.of cheaper labor come I* foreign countries. which I aimiixnt and Imprrve the tmntiwriatlon
.. are imraaalnr elo-un production,.aad cheaper freight rates r- .J_ I facilities n..n Kn fresh tr't1\t< \ hour pies cakes and pastries.

fasalblv you have at !some time., ripening; consequently there. la nod to bo little doubt tin to the po*''-
bllltleg In the future of thl have that wonderful home-
near |>- 'Thatymade iyl'I they
month In the when Bra U
M Mather looked up the si"! an I year
One out all aorta of high skis.
seeds to Import Acted fruits and n*
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location of BraslJ. It may be tropical fruit !
aratuii then citrus cannot be elpolled k1vpr,
stated, hem however, that the coon It seem to m* that the cKrunfrowera J

try hi about ten per cent greater of Florida have been sleepIn .
With
proper tote fruits of the .
than continental Unlt. .... moot of the flme* and when ,.
4 Mates, out finest quality may be produ. The
they were awake they spent mokt. t
side of Alaska. and all of It hu a finest ralnnrla and aatanmaa that
of IhMr'nerty In i rubhlrg at ach
etlnuit I have ever eaten were grown on
capable of
producing < Ifruafiulta other
the college grounds under my dirertton
}'vet Argentine grows a Hoes w* have an altitude or W h. n ve wunt to eat najinrdgrapefruit

considerable' quantity of citrus 2.loo fret eoneegtt.atly a awIropliwl .. It I hi the Month Afghanproduct Rdlands Bakery
fruits, Braall has population" of climate. although well] that w* hew to buy .nRl
some ll.OOOflOO people, looaMnd within the torrid tone, our citrus dt Jimerlo. >JI of the in. ill
mostly along the Atlantic. seaboard trees grow faatar age are ItMireBrodu cities and even ritany vlfUire haven
and in the southern pert Th*_Interior <.a than;May I nave roan In > ml*. "Crfllfernln1 apple and PASTRY SPECIALISTS
of the country that He* moos rlorlda. OfapeMilt and navel Airs.!sometimes those original, I*
than 100 mllea from the coast la oranges. prefer a more tropical oil-; Oregon frequently 'In WakhlnHlon. .\ a MALONEY, Proprietor
relatively uninhabited some of. it mate than w* have right here ante and not Infreoilentlr In New Zelaad. .
tinea' plovedMlnun Jo considerable better at lower altitudes or South A f.I.... But where oh Oppa"t\ Main Post Office Homestead
Mistook Where I urn to- The moil la very productive where, do you find s single florIda I
ont...-I.I almost exactly the also of Abandoned came field and coffee 1 pradurt In the BrKlll. murk I
Texas and haa a population or I._ plantations tire remarkable for ell** Just now ther.are Inrge 'iuanliiiiiliiiinmiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiimmiiiiiii- .
000.090 it .1I01l.00no, yooiile It ladlvldrfdfin their <..>.Hlent..>. In the production ii -II-111-11IN
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and temperate regions according to thrum! exportation from Braall
Itlttid*. It this state alone which a. till In Its Infnncy. Comparativepnly >
la only one of 10 there are more a small amount hue beenetiMirted
""quar* Antes of frond citrus lands. Moat of this has gone to I PRODUCTION ;
than oneur In Kfurlda and i::" II to,- Argentina and a smaller amount \
ala ...mbln"" to Furoiie: The 1IM exportation I a. '=
tIp ta fills time only an Indifferent I calculated at rftnnldcrably over an =
attention II... been paid to hundred thousand boxes (about
1 is the final tf fertilizer value *
the growing of citrus frulta These double that of.the HIT exportation test t I
trees are, 1 for the most part, _d- .) The prices' In Europe have
Pass, wed rveii mar variable thtut .been so fluttering that there I.
were Shot oJ " H -And by this test, prore0gV' t'V.en are increasing the ranks
Melds II'years aW when I first that market la the southern = EE
went there The navel orange, part of Rraill the citrus '..ultrlp..n. H of the rrrular users of
1 which la quit .en..IIT.dl.l.u.l..d. during what li the summer. I
. la about the. only tree tent In Town i north or the equator, eoaaaquantlycoma
from grafted or budded stark e In competition only with the

! The blooming per(oil far oranriala Mouth African and Australian citrus ( Redland Brand II
governed by the rainy aeaaon rro I ..
and this. varies reatly. according ta In order to atabajla the market
latitude to there I I. a continuous' and put up a uniform pack. several


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limited amount of \Wash Dresses,, I Beginning g Thursday, March?,at8!8U1.and,
extra quality and style. Guaranteed i Strictly a 10-day sale-and.culy:enough for your Easter shopping,
87 Don't miss this opportunity which presents itself once a year. We are
fast color Opening day only for. I C I putting on a d drive now for more business, and we know you will not be is i To each customer, we will give A Large ShoppingBag
?- 'disappointed with the prices we quote below Every item in our store
reduced in price, but newspaper space does not\ allow us to list them all. FREE! Souvenirs given away to children.

Don't' miss, this. big sale.. m .. .. .

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DRESSER SCARFS BeMEN'S' UNION SUITS CURTAIN SCRIM BOY'SlV' ASH SUITS MEN'S' SOCKS\ BLUE WORK' SHIRTS ,
10 d dozen of them. Be sure to be Ain
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time to share.in this wonderful giving them away nainsook.at this I'm price.almost.75c White and cream. Good quality, $$1.95 value.' A few dozen,left,and They wear and wear and wear. Sac: ra\U\' \ \IOn I y 25 dozen,and d t they h ''I''t1
bargain. 7 75c c:valueslOc value., 25 dozen of''em at only .regular 25c value8c we"are" going g to close them out at Good 15c".value won t at39c _


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Collar attached, latest creations in Extra heavy denim or '
color design. Broadcloth or madstripes, high back. Sizes 3 express to 18. 25 dozen They won't' be here long Natural, r. regular 98c value. 40 inches wide. F Fine quality,regnPink and blue krinkle.] $$1.98 value
ras. Regular$$2.00 value79c Regular$$1.39 value for this price Now h\\St",( 35c value


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LADIES D SPRING(PBAVI\ PAJAMA ,
r Just in time for our Spring Sale this year come these newest dress "v..,. '.. ________ ____ '' .
goods of spring. A wonderful selection of colored silks,voiles and prints }For CHECKS .
98-
of superb t texture are here. -" only $ A. 20c value. Special at. Men's' work shoes, $ 1.89
3500 yards Prints and Dimities,guaranteed lats( & value .:
t Also beautiful Easter at 8 yards 1 regular$$2.98
fast colors, ........... 2S'c yard Ofl ,
_!regular! 39c value; now per_ __ sale prices .. for l P JL _.
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11 $$1.75 per )yard crepe, now ................ ? ... $1*49 per yd. : large assortment of
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K regularly $$1,50, now ..._' ..................._..........- 89c per!: :yard UNBLEACHED MUSUN; STRA IEN'S>\ HATS.f t&A:' Children'sShoes I
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New Jungle printed broadcloth, novelties standard
t n f fast t_colors ...........-...............-...guaranteed'.-.......-.-...-*. -- per- .. H yard for'14 yard! '$1, 00. va The>olors 1 newest and shapes.!! Regular; $$2.50. l
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Printed suiting, ue.
fast colors .\...guaranteed.......:.... ..-............. .... ....,_-. .39c per. :yard at reduced'prices L LOne
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guaranteedfast ,
._ ._! t colors, 3 yards for..-.................._.!._... $1.00 t II tkS shoes> ,lot black of kidSilk ladies'$$1 00 I .
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Princess Slips// all at t -

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! How to Express "It" Through Clothes

: Told by Film Star Who Has "It" "

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EDl'Ve141A NUTTl 41am H'.w. fUmhw kotrrd PvajwmptIB r '
/ War bee b.ww.w 1.-11" knees me the "," tartL t.blo bas .
e.Mrwwd to ....... ter MOerpw taWw of tare .crew -1W. cad to tell .. ,. ,
bow ft swot be ..........ad. .n a aer'e of aribir* to ........ lit aba ." ,. ., :., "
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Isrder, y. the nrt anbto tba ron laves mid sell. lower so e.prwr.It" 0" "'41' .
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IB tile beginning I may as well with the bouyant personality to be .
explain that my interpretation *f .""rllllIA bar ass Of bright color
the term "It ta simply vibrant life. The neutral tones will provide a : .
The subtle inagnrtlara which t hotter frame and allow her bright :- .
tvM personality BoaeM-** defied personality to stand out much mare .
MptMloii until Madam Elinor effectively.'
Uiy. hit upon the little word "It". The girl with the more quiet
Then u no surer way of .nh ncUr subdued ponoaallly can Judiciously .
the attraction char rerrnct4rM use bright colora They bring oat
lnn no more c.rt lo way of the quirt charm of ber manner
dolnctin from It linn dressing wher... neutral shades make her Send us thai soiled suit
incorrectly, appear to be a little gray mooaa"
lottr khould (irorldc4 pnrfart when In reality ah* la not that at -. ._
trams, ">r background, for tile per- aU. .
Mnallty of tha irrarrrContrMt I The day of hopping for hoes
). an lirarntal rule In : hone. gowna, hat and .ceeeaorlnaIndependently That shine and those spots will come out un-
bringing out attractions. A rl"ht.ly I* ....a. The wise
der our method of dry cleaning. The whole suit
-oolord painting demands a nut girl will select a complete outfit
Ural toned tram. otherwise, the to make a. taM..MI, harmonlalngwhol
will be renewed and restored with odor cling
0' Inure of taa teams simply" clash ] no
wit' rather lhaa enhance, the Pol- It lan't Dt""wary to spend a lot itPhone
are of the jxilnUnf I .f money to dress err ctly. Avoid ing to \
Ten Hunt rule holds good laTb fads Study the fashion trends and
.1et1alD.. :I pick the permanent front tile parsing 4 560-M and we will call for your clothes, and deliver
carefUl dresser will aiMlyHMr fancy. 1 them when cleaned
Coloring and carefully study Httnpllrlty I* food Uurte Aeceaaorlea -
Mr own ptlrlonallt Than aba ran da much to brighten up
will select.. bee own wardrobe f.tI I an outfit and live the well-groomedainnaran ,
abides which provide the proper <.. Correct fit I. of course Homestead Dry Cleaners' .. ,
background for bee charms I ell Important No girl ran have
It la nut wfe to by down specific "If' and wear Ill-fitting nothing' A. S. DAVIS, Proprietor1111111111111111
rules (.. this all-Important process I Above everything-give your per-J JJt"
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Combination Dairies I A Tampa Lady GREATEST GOOD TO


; For the South Makes Living GREATEST NUMBERVolume

11 From Canaries


I Will Serve Producer and Consumerin
Good Singers Bring Upward Spells Economy for Citrus Growers
1 Common.
of Ten Dollar Each. of Florida.
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BURDETTE G. LEWIS.
By .
What could b* sweeter than to By EDGAR A. WRIGIIT.
milk and cream, are shipped Into
roremMt Dairy Predict. the south In vast ,..*.- make a living out ot a work you The Florid Citrus Exchange private sale markets, affording
I will b*, U the broadest .. 1.1 title from the north. Th* love and at the same time b* our kaa sold i ft.I per cent of It. total I to C. C. Cqmmander IOn.ralllllla"

the ..word 0 co-operative Continued on Pace Tea>)> CCo.u.... eel page Ten>)> tales this season to date In .. o. It. tier. By Intensifying its srllrl.

ties with tie 1% the private sales field the t


croup ..benefit-group When Canary Birds Take Music Lessons Its Ezctang section has*aje been* to able II.4 lo per restrict rent ,I

produe- of the total of Florida auction

ordinarily sal... although the Exchange ron

''Ial.-n. farmers M the, troll about 40 per cent of the

...... citron crop These ccompljsh-
known meats, anrordlng to Mr, ('nm.mander .

centers 'RIXv have been mud. In anil '

the financial ot tie unusual difficulties faced<< In

.I the management consumer.and marketing he citrus grot his. season !,

1 Th* tint obI .6, t
k Ject of the eomnanv 'On the basis ot Its Dol.l ng*.
a will be laBndett the Exchange!: was fnilded lo'

Lewi stabilise price about 4* per cent of the am Ho*
en milk aid its product, both a. ..1..." said Mr CommanUor.
they relate to seasonal variation
BoweD generally prevalent and a* "However most of 'oer.torl {
they retail to sectional variation. looked to the auction to dispose ..

The consumer will benefit directly f.tbelr (hlpmenl*. It would not F t.
threaik this price itaMllutlon hens been to the best Interest of '
and will not be compelled to pay the Industry
Its
or member
forth
o penalty price during the period t G
Kxchang to have used the
or heavy consumption.
auctions a* much as UN percentage
Tie producer will benefit since iE11iFi1iiill1 of the total volume ntUled It. A*
be will hare a steady market for It la, the auctions bar carried .too
hU product at "a stabilised price pig a fa M.n. laoklig at It 'from
throughout the entire year. With the viewpoint of growers' profit

growth In distribution o( milk "' boa bees .. ..<".n dllff.|
product there will come a cott- 111 colt 'to dispose of fruit I* the private -
sued production dividend applicable 41 market at. price whim
to milk producer after a term q A.r would net the grower any profit' nt
et year, who bar followed the I AIL It bad Jo be done, however
general policies of the organlsatlon. or the entire' Industry, as well/ a*
This will be distributed to s i "rw'r3 the KiPhang growers, would hats
the producer out of surplus earnings suffered much more ..'..r.I,.
of the company and In proportion "BeeauM It has the mo' widespread *
to the volume In which orgnnlsatlon and has repro.
they have served the company.This s HnUltloD la practically evVry
market the Exchanges
was under
I* n practice la general natural obligation to the
Industry
vogue In the larger cooperatlTeIn n4 Its growers lo work tb
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this and la Europe:
country Veto field, ores though other
and I* similar In its functioning s v4prrtlraC. operation found.ll Impossible to
to clans now being carried out In bks i do so at a profit to the ..*...._
other large .merchandising Institution Fop the
Dr. Mary Hkota' finds canary bird a drllghUnl hobby. In addition lo supervising Ibrtr dirt, 1tr. same r..o..i..iit*
highly
The*management and th- financing I Nhbols employs Modem method la.training-. .. to ...... Her bird are very tame, and llslil apes I orxanl.atlon developed and *aUblti merchandising
department of the organ bar head and nolder without f.*r.California's it wa able to get hotter reGolfe -
isation will also participate In for its crowers.Invite .

dividend planned along similar PERSIMMONS WORTHY OF Comparison*
line*. The entire organisation I* New TerminalsFOP "'Th" term -better results' U
inch that no one division will be CONSIDERATIONWhile used advisedly. W* Invite growers *
allowed to develop a monopoly ofcontrol. Methods With persimmon are poor carriers Auction to examine the diction ,tri..,
Prof. Dorset of the U. 8. age obtained by the Florida Citrus : -

With II dairies In 1. title and Fruit Thieves Department of Agriculture states Sales atPittsburgPennsylvania to Kfchaigo. W. ask grower
la that with treating equipment at Compare them to thai pridereceived |
In five states already the or.canlsatlan -
and with others rapidly shipping point and with refrigerator en the some day by

being acquired roremMt Dairy Hired PItrolmn Catch 'Em ear* and shins for transport R. R. Recognizes competltlv trades, site shippers and markets., considering
could be marketed Theme
Product. In*., 1* la a position to If They Don't Watch with persimmons prorlt. Its ears: "A careful Importance of Florida figures will speak for Ihnnurtvc
the trend of dairying development
gf Florida
In all section of the Out. survey of the persimmon Industry Perishable Product sUteatly Citrus baa been Exchange frail eon
In the Orient appear to obtaining a
distribution
south and to prepare for premium. -
at peak buying periods and warrant the statement that this Mr. B. r. "
Livingston. Perishable We will b* Had to
for the storageof By JtMhS: H. COU.IN8.In fruit deserve a more prominent furnish any
to
provide proper
Trafh Agent, Pennsylvania Interested grower the Intormstlnn
American horticultureand
place
the California ,
raw milk and the proper mac paper
during efforts should b* made lo Introduce Railroad Philadelphia Pa. I* on private sales quotation They
of milk
facturlng product when yon read report ot fruit are well la line with .
a* specie a* posslbl prices retompelltlv
many renewing hi.
low period of eoneumptios.The acquaintance with retired
thieves befog arrested and lent for us* In experimental tests at auction and are above
magnitude of the distributing to Jail. and about special patrolmen study and plant breeding. trait and vegetable shippers! In returns, grid and
organization and the facllltl being .fr.db, growers' *a- Florida. If* U hr In the Interest lie considered.Iw .
for. moving milk will permit of a of the Pennsylvania Rail.r.ral.hlul et Vote in Ulmory,
toclatlon to rid* through the elt- I ,
which will b "
rata of turnover The cost of operation this
more rapid. than has even before rss districts at night It U a good QUESTIONSen proper transportationand season to date I* the lowest In the
existed among southern dairy organl@tions. sign.It facilities for expedition and history of the Florid' Citrus Ex-
mean that oranges and modern marketing of perishable eha*>*. Operators rout to data
Th primary purpose of the lemons are bringing good prices! any agricultural subject traffic at the large northern 01. than seven cent per b....
company will be to control southern for this kind of larcenythrives may be addroaeedto ket*. The Pennsylvania has Just yTheirs record of economy hue
frank R. H.lllm.U.Edltorilll ban mad with
or languish according an Inrrons of
dltrlbntloa southern
producers and manufacturer among and to. what the booty will bring. Director and recently completed spacious ler.1DlIo sale efficiency, They have "been
to gain for th* southern dairyman stealing I* moet active U saw will bring a prompt re- It New York and Philadelphia mad possible by tb* large volnm
tie market which during peak mer when the California Valeadas ply. Address Frank It.Ilammetl -providing these point with which I* being chipped through,
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Ported of consumption ha. beenerred are bringing tlv to seven Editorial Dl- the most modern perishable factitles 6year.Florida' r Cltru*! Birhsng thin
seats pound and folk I .
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by northern producers. notOl' In the world. There I* sowunder .r
Ida are having a hard Urn Here'we bate positive proof,"
0.1"* highly Profitable Writes a few orange for Free oastrectlo nt Pittsburgh [cautioned Mr. Commander of
InforauMSMi
DamaoBlll.boro
hearers of the year, when milkoammptloa ,lei children. Should both J'I..j another perishable. terminal the claim w. have made re
1* at 1U ,..It.. Ida and California have a II. BoM Tempe, lrta.I furnishing similar feOeetlawd p*.t..dty, that with a UrgorCunllio

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fart\.rn wd of the wain! rNf. <. !1
fr.wba1 W poultry-ra1laf is ....1'.....
L raa.es 7tvru p.trltr.l.._ ...u- la" and .pun ten w.a e..Y M fN J.e. :;
L mrwkrrt woU.! PMr Fwm a mataN ...INTa -t' Ivlb.- Intile.a+ n.Z:.and'with taN.a.:un11f1.N1a- =.
** Clay L Drt.1 Carets, 1r = r MtwlN ,IlN t. a.eO a Ie1tIN M wart
.. Tk I. 0. Puny ..*...*...a Memorial ...r1u., tN ......., ,. ........ ,... ..I.f .Joshr61aaL' \1aeHt during t\. Orep6raw of ParIN
trial waa.rc/.l i* ri* mmrn of tea Pea alttNUw Otter will be aeK
mmHT tr ftl *i va/als"M >xlrm* a..uea.t... **rtl*. .ru.:1 Rate.. If k* to .4l.Hifl4 tk. M4 .( the grow

Ckrlcitea\eaat/frllr *Ws rkn..are"&) their wlw{. I* T\4 .- w -- 'uti.w- N roster t:sr payment will will srwJsyTra: : : ... tt.

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FARM AND GROVE SECTION Three

the best ,Jet," resolved the AMWIM
TEN DOLLARS FOR PICTURESJ FoUU Chit Record AMOcUtloa out
'1 dot row kodtk and Uk aa at- lire Its ta ....| 11* tint pries, |J...
ji traoUr Btotur oC a Polaad China bog Nona sad |t... Ulrd.POM .1
or a PO'" Tea ur lad this picture the .!.. bad pros the bvttftavIt
ftrliUd liter *a the Dover HI of ... .( lntrMto4 Uk the matter It with
tk* great turn vapors or ...,.itn*.. For Farm st Or caforteat oil D*,*rtme.c

HUNK if H4MMFTT, KIXJUl A. WRIGHT, DON TKdllortal CHAPMAN. -
Director Editor Advertising Manager
Thin FARM A GROVE fratur. In famed u "Ifertlo Two" of urn* ..,'. sew.paptr
the fiat week !. each Mmth.Oontrlkifor r
lo this aartlmt will plnu riilrM Freak R H.ICdltfll'lal
IMmxtor, UUUbor Motet Bl tic

OUT THE INCOME TAX..
Arthur Staple !. ".r_ Talk"
Figure it as you please no man can make out an
income tax statement and make it balance the first 01
time. I made out mine recently and I know. And
today I cannot tell whether I owe the government
1872.19 or the'government owes me $94.00. I am nat
urally inclined to the latter opinion; but I cannot tel'
until I ret acquainted with the meaning of fiduciary
and amortization and can tell: the difference betweena .
tax covenant bond and non-resident alien.-

The-point Is right here: did I contribute under the

Vocational rehabilitation act (see sea 8), "to an l at .
amount not in excess of 15% of net income as com-
puted without the benefit of this paragraph, such
contributions allowable as deductions only if verified
by the commissioner with. the approval of the secretary -
," or did I, in the case of building, allow for the r f
amortization of the cost of such part of the buildings 5 nitss trees or over leech Drop- yea
TJItROt70B
&.'had been borne by the tax payer? It seems to me o sun .t pmts...... from Insects wad
I QiMrtw ifh.. "deMo' of prof rtbn" are .......
as though I did,. and then again it seems as though ++ with NIAGARA DVm/ Loch panicle of U>* rtoad
did not/ will cnMala to proper proportion of Leectk Idefwagtoid. a* ,
.I amble along In my study of my income tax and it sol.aitb.ny. km**.NIAGARA..... DUSTS are simuretclywed
occurs to me "in cases under paragraph 4 of subdivision .
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C kr MM UrMl MM'Mfermi of
A and in case of any income from an estate during da Mil dwMvi In the world, NIAGARA DV8TS e
the period of administration or settlement permit and DUSTING/ MACHINES bat* behind them UM
ted by subdivision (c) to be deducted from the net Income pest. --WoI-r: M the .MOM ol .pet.o\a1t...

paid by fiduciary, the tax shall not be paid by the
Niagara Dusts MM Dealers am backedammum
... fiduciary." If this Is so then It makes some difference. sIn rMilBMter Sorrlcn, w hickUnderneath torn
OnTo"" .
Working on my Income tax! blank with no assistance t th Mlitvra or machine rMOnuMndnd
OM HMMt *oonomln>l lor tlwt partltmUrNUirim
I figured persistently and by adding in the amore ..'
and the fiduciaries I found that
tlzution subtracting beau and Dusters M wall M
under section g, part 4, title, "Payment of Taxes," ''I In every! nook taker wliiMilar IiuwutlrldM Bur be elsefind
owed the government 87219. This was more thanI talMid from aiUiKHMd deafen, out -
f'rogM.P.1 --..., or direct from
expected as I never had that much'money at one timein
my life. The perspiration gathered on my brow as PENINSULAR CHEMICAL CO.

I.looked.at.tha4972.19, and I read "In any suit for TAMPA, FLORIDA
action brought to enforce payment of taxes made due
and payable b/ virtue of the provisions of this section,
the finding of the commissioner, made as .hereunder cMagaraDUSTS
provided, shall be for all purposes presumptive e\i-
dence of the tax payer's design whether made after '
notice to the tax payer or not" Of course if the find. and DUSTERS
ing of the commissioner included also the finding of
the $872.19 it would be all right but further on I notice -
that if neither of us can find it, "All individuals .
whether acting as lessees or mortgagors of property
fiduciaries, employes with interest, annuities, amor'
tizations, salaries; compensations, emoluments or other
gains (see sea 10) who fail to pay, hall be sent to jail
.. for a year and punished by a fine of from $1,000 to :-. tJl .

$10,000.It .
seemed wrong to me to be obliged to pay $872.19,
and then.I saw "If a fiscal year partnership ends dur.
ing the calendar year the rates for the preceding cal. I
endar :year shall prevail.and apply to Such part of the ) rf' l
fiscal year u the Drooortion which such fiscal year.. BRANDS O/
with the said calendar'year, bears to the full fiscal
year, and the rates for the said calendar year during ( FERTILIZER \ I
the said fiscal year shall apply to the remainder."

If that is so, said I to myself, it may simplify it Th. ,.eaail.a "Sol'" br Tae
Then I began over again and, using the same figures, .bait.manta rertla.N n.a/t Cereal., M this
exactly' and adding the fiscal 'year to the calendarand he and. tales"/r. -I"r. earn rQUALITT

subtracting all the amortizations from all the fiduciaries I .a/ate/mod Sir the
..a.i.test .. ..........
adding the noiK resident aliens taking a due one
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a.at.rt.la .... the ...,...""
proportion of, the remaining consolidated invested .. ONNu .aehaa/amt ......._
capital and deducting the amount paid on one per SEKWICr Is "adored. blp a .f.fi
centum of the tax covenant stocks paid at the source .1 peeo..e_11....._amid...reeM..lane..1iwrsoaRT .... ...... ..._

and not covered by sur-tax, aa provided in section 2,
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table III I found the government owed me 9400. I the hula .. all Gait __._
am willing,to accept itTIDE matter mad tnweti.ar
Tale ..mb/unties ... ..h adtb.
e.atN.ae. mail. .....,....
.. am" at Gulf ...... .f r.r4.l1u..e. .
HAS TURNED.
It sum
trial
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"tall br formers aae
The inception of the sugar industry in the Everglades was fee .........
with future possibilities of a ,refinery and Cowers f or .goer wOkS areas th.r an...a we.as
I several side line of manufacture; the merger of many eatit"l

I dairy, ice cream and Ice companies, should encourage Wol. fee W/patere
agricultural Florida. The Gulf Fertilizer Co.
The visit to South America by Herbert Hoover and Tampa. n-t..
his stay In Florida point first to South American
trade with Florida as the nearest port secondly to
higher tariff duties for Florida products. Even those F Mrrb
who may not be in accord with high tariff as a policy
will not object to Florida getting a share of such pro-
tection as is accorded other states in other lines.
The tourist travel to Florida It the greatest in.Its p'- hAt, i

history. The boom was not altogether a curse, though
many individual lost It set Florida ten yean aheadIn
building of hotels and apartment houses. They...
all full today. Let us all be cheerful and optimistic ...
for Florida's Immediate future.


The 82nd annual meeting of the Florida State
Horticultural Society will be held at Clearwater,
April 9th 10th and 11th. A very attractive meeting

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dlaaaa produces evokes spots .. the to contend. At time, especially during
FARM AND GROVE CALENDAR. leave. tile spots being grayish. la the center dry, hot weather entire field of cucumber .
I I and surrounded ky a dark band. The *, watermelon, cabbage and other veg.
For February WorkBy spots are uaaally small and nay lie ,round stables are often badly damaged or' ....
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oval, or Irrogalar Ural destroyed by this Inaoct
The organism producing the disease The aphid usually appear first tn
spots In till field, from which they spread ,
r. grow beat la warm weather. Accordingto
t. FRANCIS COOPKR.K4M on peanuts bas recently keen l reae. Dr. Weber the boat method of control to adjoining plant and under favorable

h ..r, Plortd AfrtnailtwMlMvMe Exteeeiotl nearly' It percent ky the President, antkla < known no far ta to spray with .-.... Bordeaux condition, rapidly cover the field. Whom
'( f *. la unacted U cause a greater demand mixture weekly after the plant these spotted Infestations are first noticed
for American-grown' naanata. I* the time to apply control mea
Forward; marchto ae* a military Forage and PaataiM.Marck are np. or... The grower should carry a hand
term might ka applied to Florida farming b n good Urn la which to prepare Spray Watermelons and Cvcajubera.Watermelon duster to which I* attached a cone made of
.t tl b.'I..'.. of the mouth of Marck.Thla .
for summer' forage crop and paatnreneeda. and cucumber are subject come light material which can b* held
mouth farming operation will k* la According to fr.' Btokee some to a number of dlaeaaaa and grower ever' the plant while the dust I* applied.
full way all over the aut. General good early' green stuff can ka secured b) should be constantly on the alert If This con may b* made of light weight
firm crops will k. planted during the planting a field of corn about the tint olkfartk. they would secure good ero,.. Oa the galvanlud tin or of muslin cloth stretched
mouth while ipecUIUed crept will k* cultivated Vac an early' maturing variety watermelon, perhaps the moil serious. disease over' a wire frame. Nicotine dust should
and karveated. Add to that the
like Early' Tallow Dent or Improved Derit, la anthracnoa This trouble can b* be applied through the duster when, the
nover-endlnc.. tight against laaaota aid dleMM and It will coma In about the time It h controlled by prayingwltk .-.-.. Bor-' con I* sot over Infested plant,
and have clear
you a pretty pictureof sorely needed an moat general farma. d'tnx mixture, properly mixed and applied I In case the aphid kava become Bert
Florlda'a Marsh operation
!farming Planting of Napier graaa made now under high pressure ao aa to coverboth oral over tko field the grown should resort
Worker at the College of AgricultureIncluding .
the Experiment Station and Agricultural will ke ready' for' cutting In May and will sides of the leave Usually three : to dusting; with a I percent nicotine
Extension Division hara been furnish good trees toed for any kind of praying are aufflclaat. The first should tulpkata-llma dust, or praying with Bordeaux '
leading the march especially, against Insect llveatock. Napier ...... la easy to grow, be applied when the wince begin ta run, I mixture to which has been added
pi ""ix and diseases They have gleaned and may ka planted at almost any time, the second when the flrat-tct melons I are soap or a casein atlcker. This may have
a lot of ".lpfallafor..Uo. about farm but March planting on farms where feed about the slue of the clinched flat, and to lie repeated after a few day*.
t operations, and how they should best be .a going to ka scarce la recommended. Napier the third two week later. ----
condo, t.d. Some of their suggestions for graaa la need largely aa a aolllng crop Cucumber and cantaloupe, and sometimes FERTILIZER LAW UPHELDThe
;Van ii are given 11.1''.. and thus should be planted near' the barn, watermelon. pumpkins, squashes state law prohibiting the sale, of
Get Good Ifcwd.t where It can be cut and fad green.' The and gherkins, are attacked by downy mildew mla-kranded ferttllier has been upheld by
should be ,lit when from three' to This attacks only the .e..... The .
tklaInonlk
itnw farmers who arm" planting gross the Supreme Court of Florida thus affirming
J W B. Stokee, agronomist at tkaKxpeilmant five feat taiL Mat evidence of Infection I* a slight yellowing the Judgment of tko circuit court
i Station, aaya. "Be sure to get A good way to get a start with Napier of small area of the leaf blade. for Lake County
I good otd" The value of purebred live- grace la to plant eases or parts of the With the spreading of the fungus, the Mr. Nathan Mayo present Commit
stock seems. pretty wall established la root alnmp. The graaa kllla should ka oaf may b* killed, being brown and dry loner of Agriculture, and n Mr. Llrea,
the minds of all American farmere. Wa three feet apart la all foot rowi. and remaining erect lajitead tit wilting. entered suit against the fertlllier company
t know that It la usually but to via purebred Pearl or cat-tall la another good Spraying with ...-.. Bordeaux mixture about two yean ago, the complaint
pin, purebred cows, and purebred early teed. Pearl millet used la obtainable or dusting with ".Ie copperlimeduat being that they were old fertlllier d..flelent >
korart However, wa have not beard aa this year, and should be drilled In or 10-10-1 coppn>-lm-areno duct In quality, asking for fl.OOO ta
j' touch about using purebred aaad of farm four foot 1'0.' '. will control downy mildew. The Bordeaux damage .1
rop*, Mr. stokes says that March b a good mixture I* recommended bocaaaa It la In affirming the finding of the lower .
1. Mr Stokes suggests that those who time to start permanent pastures on flat- cheaper. Start spraying when the plant court the supreme court heM that
I plant corn should ka rare to ute Ftorlda- woods land The principal graaa recommended develop their second act of true leaves, the provisions of the statutes regarding;
grown seed of good Quality. The Florida- for this type of leads la carpet.graan. and repeat every It days or two week the ale of such commodities must be con.atrnad .
t. grown seed seems ta be bettor adapted toFlorid. This should b* supplemented with until the early drop I. mature. Tk* late a* constituting a part of a contract
.'! cllmatle condition than la aaad a little Dallla graaa and lenpedeu. Carpet crop la seldom harvested. anyway, and It being unlawful for the vendor of
corn from: western corn growing states.Demonstrations graaa Need are cheap this year', and i praying to protect It la seldom worth fertlllter t this for tale or sell any for.tiliser *
1 conducted ky county plentiful ao that those desiring to start while. In elate, except In compliancewltk
J kgent during the last few yean have will find this a very good time to do 10 Watch for Plant Ur*. the (tatat**.
shown that farmers voles' good quality Carpet grass grows beat on fairly If the month should turn out to b*
cotton aaad have keen the ones who get motet soils and pasture planting should dry, growers would do well to watch for FRUIT YET INSTATE
tka biggest yields and the moat profit not be made on land that la too high and aphid or plant lice, thlnka A. N. Tlwot The official of the Florida Grewn .
from their cotton e '. The additional. andy. The pa ere. If well eared for, will aaalitant entomologist at the Experiment Clearing House Aaaoclatlon state that
profit baa amounted to aevtral dollars per furnish forage Jeit the same aa will field Statloq. This ta one at the moat damagIng careful late estimates show that the total
acre each year Varieties recommended Wanted, to other forage crops than paa- a* w.1AI 'widely distributed plant crop of citrus fruit for the season of '
are Cook 107-1, ftb'..'. Cook, and Light lure graaaei.Ten' peat with which track crop grower have mi-l will total 20,000,000 bo.... :

sing Expreea.: pounda of carpet graaa seed and -- -
Peanut tests conducted at the Experiment
Ira to ten pound of leapedeia need per'
Station have shown that the Florida
aero sowed broadcast and lightly scratched

are Runner.the highest Jumbo,lei, d.r.and. Virginia Although Runner 8panIn I. with a waeder or aplka-tootk barrow "BI ck A sl
and kept mowed or grated enough to keep 40"
I h peanuts yielded slightly lower than down weeda and tall native grasses this
these other varieties, the percentage of
will result In the establishment
meat to bulla In Spanish la high and the summer
of good permanent In II to IImoatka
a pasture Protection
panel oil mllla usually prater the Span- 1 1lJl
Ink For this raon. It would) ka advltabl .
!. the dttiia Orovo.X. .
for those who plant to sell peanut.
F. extension citrus apeelalUt -
f to tka oil mllla to plant Spaolih peanut' DeBuak ;"t1I!,
should finish up
10 yield of Spanish paaauta can be says that grower \
really Incraaaad by planting them thicker I their spring fartlllalng In March aa wall \\ Finer Fruits
aa continue cultivation to keep down grass
on the may ka planted aa
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clone aa all ab.J In the drill on two and aad waad and
t f one-kalt feet rove' or even timer It It I Grapefruit should bo sprayed for acab 14 VegetablesProtect
la possible to cultivate t...... The tariff The material to age for this la either
1-40 lima sulphur or .-.-10 Bordeaux mix- your crops against Aphis, "
ura. The llma-aulphnr la preferable for \ Thrips and similar sucking Insects by ;

\) W) this Grower application.should watch for rant mltee i ;,; praying with "Black Leaf 4V or dusting -

I with Nicotine Dust. "Black Leaf 40"kills ,_
t.a
oa late fruit Duet with sulphur control -
them. If red cpldera are numerous, not only by direct contact (hitting) but

combine the red solder and rust mite con- In eitra measure, by the nicotine fumes. This
v 1 rot For this purpose spray with' liquid "extra meuur." of protection afforded by "Blaik

Uma-anlpkar, aa title seems to give better : Leaf 40" you cannot obtain from the iron-volatile Insecticides -
control of red spiders early In tile
Ask Experiment: Station.
your
? spring than does sulphur duat.J
.' R. Watson, entomologist at the Experiment : 4A1cT" TUN menses WITm ..LAf'K LKAC gem ore KILL

station says that citrus aphid An suetm flick tea ..r-'::wIsh/ma tow .......' tore .r
are somewhat more abundant this spring -........* ...!..*. Lent .o" en tee .( MM* wltk. a "II ....at
than laat. and ke advises growers to bean ....... ..when MekxM _to Pewee pmMWI tee Iwilfceni, bill
; guard against this pest With the advent low .... .- Ak your dealer .r write t*sKeatuehr leafM '* .

of warm, dry weather, the.. aphid Tobacco .r-ro....... ... ao.e .,..... .... '
Yfl p 0 may increase rapidly and do damage to .......w.. Ki f isAphis I

the grove, particularly tangerine and orange
>w oOVia tree which put cut a late apringgrowth. g\

'I OQCP6r'DIE Early. la tile season, the aphid are" ... CAB ,L" U01

holly salivated la eolonle which cover ,
,\ only email araaa. Often the aphids are
maaaed M a taw twlga. Suck eolonlea
should be exterminated quickly before
they have a chaste to apread. For this
purpose, dip the Infected twigs and
IANSONIARO"WAT73 branches la gore good Inaoctlda, such asa
soap and tobacco solution, IMP alone,
or a solution af derris oxtract. It none of "GEORGIA ACE" FERTILIZERS
these are available when the eolonlea are"
tJM...*.. the grower should break off -

; Patron of Prominence the aIa_infested twig carefully and stamp o* Put Money in Your Pocketsuse

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Choose the New Tomato DtoeM
Tka war. against diseases and Insects
Ansonitt t must be aever-eadtng If Florida growera 4
would harvest full yield from their cropeJaet That GoodOEORGIAACE IT WILL
u" Large, H_- "'", about the Urn w* think w* kv sea *

Recite ._ Comfortable dlaaaa _tolled,. a new one crop'up and PAY YOU
FumlaMnBtundproof gives .. trouble front another ejuartar.Or. rERTiL12LR .. jt
Walla. a. F. Weber, associate plant Path TO
logM at the Experiment Station cars F
Rate WID that a BOW league disease kid fair to |1.1 r ;
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Sorely PKM. eeaalaenkl tremble U tomatoes tkla ,
This diaaaaa t* a species of StempbyUam. I hvw.ill ,!
Apparently It bas. never given serious' trouble IJiboee YOUR:
Roses with iris bath I IIta. rrwty'vouB .
so tomato la any part af the United -
rraaa M pr ..,.
..*. can. moves roe"FERTILIZER
., IW.. her M pee .... tn early February this dlaeaaa was giving I

paste knaVaaaa and both were trouble than all other diseases (korgla Forflti6ar Co, PEOPLE"GEORGIA I
trey M Per day. combined ka Ue Homestead area, and Dr. : W LLOOOA OA.
Weber anpwud It t* b* serious la tbaBmtoatoa
Booklet **i Rtquttt are when the. crop cornea enthen. :

At.tkat Urn aaUhaad net was of FERTILIZER CO.
i wire at .me eapeass let adder late vane around Homeatead.Tk N
reenrtatOY.h MW ......* attack only the leave Valdosta N
at MM taaaat* plant, and may attack them Georgia
front th* Urn they ar* la the seedbed ..-
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STATE CHAMPION RESTORE POOR SOIL I. W. J. HOWEY IS FOR INCREASED. Culture. la low ant of print, tun* *tthoueaad

WITH HUMUS. TARIFF ON CITRUS FRUITS of copies having been ...14.
The retail Office, et this. book I* ....., but
Lifeless call| can be restored by the addition I Representing Florida citrus later**!*. better terms ca be mad through
our
ot humu H. W. Warner of the W. J. Howell ha appeared before the Farm Grove Information Bureau Hllls
National Fertiliser association, urges I Way and Mean Committee In nn effortto ,
bore Hotel Bldg.. Tampa Florida. Every
farmer and grower to manufacture get the duty on citrus fruit orange citrus fruit grower should bay* a
I ropy
humus which can k* artificially produced and grapefruit raised from one cent t* -------
on the farm from leaves, grasses, cutting. I two tents per pound and to t 1-1 seats

ea weed and similar waste matter. Sue! oa lime laidnuttlag DmklrU.Beautifying .
V \ material, Mr. Warner point out. I* worth la .'argument he said: "Whll Home Oro.ad." hi The

money and should not be ........ H* there I* nothing comparable to the American tltU-of a new gnld t* landscsplnit
suggests that all inch material be plied product In quality, labor cost, 60< "Farming For Greater Profile" toll

a + tflsllw at a given pejnt and between layer amen cent a day In South America a* against bow to fet the biggest yield per acre, how

top et the heap sprinkle a mixture ot ..... per day I. Florida. There to a lower to Hop farm waste and shows how pigs'

ammonium sulphate and tin egro.ad capital coat for land and lower freight can b* mad a great source of profit fur

limestone aad keep the pile moist If desired rate. farmers,
,m a special commercial mixture, "It costs about ".UI per acre la ALL FREE Just write to Farm ft
;k known a* "Adco" I I. available and tax b* California' to product a eva year okgrov Grove laformatloa Bureau, Hlllsboro H..1 ..-

need to sprinkle waste m.t.rlaIIDltead of *. la Mexico the cost I* about III &. }Jld.,. Tampa, Florida.
ammonium sulphate and limestone. la per acre while I. Florid the cost I* about

either case, such treatment will develop 11...*. With laud at It.I* per acre and Pan Machinery sail Ito <'*".
peon labor at II cent per dayone sea A valuable work on Farm Machinery
la a short time a well rotted composition, ,
which may be plowed Into the nil with readily understand why fruit la Mexico and Its earnd a booklet containing the

excellent reeulu. Plant food may be ob- eau "be produced for about 11 cents perbox. Stale Cooperative Marketing Law with

tslnedtn a variety of forma, but humus Instructions as to how to form eo-oir*. i

Shoe alone ha kept soil la a good physical con fire marketing saaocUtlaas. together with .

dltloa. MEXICAN TOMATOES KILLED suggestions for a set of by-laws, call b. j
obtained by writing t* our Farm ?.UHIVO
Frost struck the Tortilla River Valley, : Information Bureau, Illllnboro Hole \

Paul Simmon. 17-year-old Plant City HOME SPECIALIST where I* per cent ot all the Mexican tomato I Bldg., Tampa, Florida.
** are produced, wiping out over II
boy Star Corn Club Champion and winner The appointment of the. tint Federal
of the Chile* Nitrate of Soda ward Extension specialist In home management per cent of the crop. Ninety per tent of PEACH TKKKH<:: : 0V PLl'M IttNtlM.Peach .

Paul grew .... hesitate ot corn to, In announced. The ultimate goal of the the vegetable Imports from Mexico consist trees on their own root at.it*

the acre at a'cost of '''.11. The Vale! .I extension program la to render availableall of tomatoes and their Importation has subject to nematodes I is Florida, tbs, that

., his o.op.. the. local market was, Information obtainable which would seriously threatened the Florida tomato plum root In largely -used though tuermak

a.71. Variety planted was KU.o,,'a enable rural homemaker to procure, In Industry Efforts are under way t* ob- a slower growing and '11I1111('. a >*.
.'ollfle. Two side dressing of 100 Ibi return for the expenditure of time and tain a tariff barrier of 4 cents a pound on All peach orchards should be IPt.... oa

,1. oath. ot Chilean Nitrate were need money by the department the creates all tomato Import Into the United States nematode free land and' only cut.i 'pe

'.here were, 4SI *-H Club boys In the possible advantage to the family In that are not subject to this root knot

'or Black lock In charge of Club wo.It.11I ment. peas art fairly free from this dikes < "

the state. Farm and Grove women reader are TEST
'- ----- take of the MIXING noulw.u'x.Bordeaux .
urged to advantage opportunity Breeders of pure bred dairy cattle
.here offered. Aay question pertaining should consider some system of herd should be mixed In a wooden
MUSHROOM PRODUCTIONIN to the home, whether pertainingto testing or herd Improvement registry that container' as the metallic copper rntilnluedIn 1

FLORIDA the car of babies, .hymens the kitchenor will eliminate unprofitable animal from the mlxiur, will stick to mel. .tim*

any of the unnumerable duties or per the herd and from the herd books for tending() weaken Ibis fungicide mvi-rle.-'

Hy M. K. KVSKJX.: plexltle of the housekeeper will be cheerfully Information writ to O. 10. Reed chief I,.
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Track Hortlmlturtot, Florida fciprrltwat answered.PAPER of the Bureau of Dairy Industry of the __

,Stalk,.. United BUtes Department ol Agriculture, I A pay '" .
During certain month of the Call and Washington D. C.JAPANESE. VOCADO.'VIVJiioor. ends, ::0", ofmore.
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FROM CORNSTALKS I..r..tol.nll". In the wald nlmence
the spring of the year one finds considerable hearlns Ihis y..,. Chance on gro-und
The successful and practical tit 01 It I. t.ee. Easy 1..mL Illua book
of mushroom ot various
EXPERTINVESTIGATES
quantities ethicAveeede
cornstalk la the manufacture of high '
Fork Grove. Pon. lit.... Florida
This
Florida.
species In the wood. la grade newsprint paper, open up a tremendous .

apparently ha raised the question o market for a product of the Dr. Tyoxnburo-Tanaka, Director of the

commercial mushroom production. firm that has been more or lea a wast Tanak Imperial Institute of Japan and RED GOLD weer.nweer.er

While we have n. positive evidence to A book was recently published la New appointee to the chair of horticulture ol J P".1;::. : PMAweM"atas1 .=.. .:r
.
York, printed entirely on cornstalk paper. the Tlhok Imperial University at Taiwan 1 -% kailria-' .'
how that mushroom cannot be profitably Tile Dee. 15th. Issue of tile Prairie Island ft Formosa, recently ,completed i f:. i]. !5.:.

crown commercially In Florida there are Farmer was also printed on thl unique an Investigation of the citrus Industry =ffiT... FREE PLANTS

certain condition which bar been shown paper stock, Including a rotograveur *ectloa of Florid and la now In Callfor- I

to be essential to their growth which do to show the excellent result thatmay lilt for. similar aurvey. -=- =_ -,- _--= ==:c= __ .
be expectedwhen half-tone
for short period engravlugs
not exist here except a
used.Florida .
ot time each year. For example, the tern are TEXAS CITRUS REGULATIONS Drop s card: te the AvrlcwItBret tawp""n""',
peratures best Pulled to mushroom grow. can hold her own In competition TsllnlmiM. for a Huourre Map of Hoi
with the beat of the corn growing The Hat of Texas has fixed March It's beautiful unit iifnl, then drop m. a Awe
I between I* degrees to 10 decree
log telling m. what went, where himand I Ir.d
MIII (
states and can beat them at these own 10th a* the date ea which grapefruit and )"u
Fahrenheit with It decree to II flegreeea .oul Uk. t. live what Feu would 111..
optima. Furthermore, wide fluctuaUon lame on an acre producing bail. Tour certain other fruit must b* removed from .. 0' do I will submit le you sun ..
Farm Grove section, may yet come to I the tree In certain area that are Infect or the most .nd'Iul baraatse )ou "r
of temperature I* especially unfavor.able la of farm. ed with the :Mexican Fruit Fly. No trait dreamed at I..m high dues gentlehiscountry
to crowth.An you, part a product your own : modern home and small so ovau.. or
examination et mean temperature susceptible to Infestation will be permitted looking the 'h,1 and yacht basin or a .rh.al
I to develop In the field, or to *list anywhere : ur ohlckea farm or wont
records for most point In the Ute showery CITRUS ACREAGE IN UNITED after that date. far sfrewb.rrv: farm "oar Plant t'Ity. n..kMg :
all kinds .I 0' just suck land ,
? readily that there are but few consecutive money .o
STATES you can de.elxp It y..If. T. do bus,.. a
day during the year when the with ms la to make money for you, .iir I
mean temperature will fall within the The Government forecast of bearing Free Fertilizer Literature.. protect mv buc.rs. u a. Mni'JtTX, III)7Franklin
limit required for mushroom production. acreage of orange In California I. 1ST.000 turret, Tampa IF'bebla.Don't .
Send Ho Farm eV Grove .
our Information
The maximum and the minimum for this acres, while the IIS forecast Indicate
Ilureaa, Hlllsboro Hotel Bldg., Tamps
period will usually how very wide fluctuations 111,000 acre .Practically the Increase ..
Florida =
for free
booklet pertainingto
from the mean. Therefore, the will be In voleorlas.Although .
natural temperature prevailing bore are only 11 per cent of the total : fertiliser used In grove garde and grope for advertising Ideas!
farm.! Valuable advice to
grower
either too warm or subject to too great acreage of 110,000 acre of Californiaare CONHfl.T
of the
of the. non-bearing, both Florida and Texas Any following valuable treatises -
chain. to make the growing common
have Urge acreage ol non-bearing trees. can b* had free by reader who will PRINTING SERVICE CO.
specie* of mushroom a profitable
writ Farm A
Grove
our Information Burean
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enterprise. There may be com species Assuming an average of 70 trees to the All Morgan Street TewiM. l-'l..rleAsVarllalna
Hlllsboro Hotel Bldg., Tampa Florida .
,
or kind that would thrive It these could acre, total acreage In Florida 1* estimated copy ..,-. _Art \iii ..
mushroom at 11,000. compared with. 11.100 acre :. urlnllio-r.llhnnrsphlnii Millllgi..l'lm' >u -
There .
discovered and tried.
be a -
III the Rio Grand Valley. In Florida about .8..... and Sewerage of Farm MlnxoaraphlnaMall Inquiries *".. .-4
known a* Collybla albumlnoaa Home;" "Domestic Rabbit Raising In promptly
10 cent of the
which! thrlree I I. tile woods ot India during per plantings are too youngto Florid;" "Handbook for Florida Shipper ---
bear while In Texas 10 per cent. -1. of
the fall which might prove more tolerent 'the non-bearing sue. and Grower" Also booklet on care 'OFFICE SUPPLIES '
to heat than those common to this ot pigeon ,

country.B. ---- "Outfitter from pins to anI,." *
)(. Duccr the foremost authority MORE ACREAGE e
la America on mushroom production Hit Virus Book. Psckers.. growers, shipper Appllee FIn

the following reasons a* moat frequently LESS COTTON. The best book ever published .1 Florida ,complete store te serve you. Tamil*,

responsible for failure: Although Florida's cotton acreage wan I citrus fruit I* Prof. H. H. Hume's Lakeland. Orlando Bradenlon t r.."la.
1. Use of poor .p.... .II per cent greater than a year ago, the 'Th* Cultivation of Citrus Fruits." HI

I. spawning when the com poet 1* at bureau of crop estlmatea places production former work "Cltru Fruit and Their. I OFFICE EQUIPMENT COMPANY

too high temperature. at approximately 10,000 bales lees than -'s
S. woo of too much water at time of last year The per acre yield I for lilt isgiven

.,...aIDr. at 100 pound while. It was 111

4. Unfavorable temperature during the pounds the previous year. The yield per March's Automatic IrrigationMarch's
growing period. acre could be very materially Increased

It would that with profit to the farmer by the practiceof
In conclusion then seem Automatic Systems are acknowledged superior for their MODERN
a better fertilising program, a* wai
unless some means of artificial refrigeration
DESIGN, EFFICIENCY and ENDURING CONSTRUCTION
cost
demonstrated yet no mo*
by a number of who
were provided to maintain temperatire grower that a* ordinary lyiteml I
around It to I* degree* I., there produced much larger yield per acre

I* little encouragement for mushroom production ban their neighbors. The MARCH name on tn Irritation system la your protection when buying

In Florida. There I* one otherpomlblllty and your pride ever after. Fabricated. to factory specifications at Tampa, .'1..

and that I* tile finding of some PASSING Writ for Interesting detail
OF THE RAZOR BACK
species that are more tolerant to higher.
The razor back bog has vanished
nearly
temperature and to wider temperaturefluctuation .
than the common commercialvarieties. from the state of Arkansas where II F. L. KEARNEY COMPANYP.
was one n plentiful. Student of the

State University planned to present e O. Box 557 Tampa Florid
razor back to the undergraduate wbo bad
done the moat for the University daring
MAKING TUNG OIL
....
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the school -- --- -
present year. Student
are now
America Import bug quantities of
making a state wide search and so far
Ung-oll annually for woo In the maanfaetnr -
bay. .been unable to find oa*. Blooded
of paints lacquer, varnishes, Inaulatlon. lock .has proven so much more profitableand BOLENS GARDEN TRACTORFor

China has long held a monopolyon state law have don a part In this Truckjrrowera, Gardeners,. Nurserymen nulbgrowerm, FlorUU
this Industry. December II the tint
zooming .lIn..llolI. A
state wide n*
and Print Hornet
gallon of tag-oll ever produced In the
rose law for Florida wes.d brine about*
U.ltedlltat.* wa manufactured at Gainesville the sam result., gpeclal tool and hitches for one two
Florida. This new manufacturing or three row eeedlng and cultivation.

plant .with a capacity, ot <. gallonsVf oil Adapted for flal-vr bedded lead aDd for 't

per hour doe the work of 1,999 Chine RABBIT RAISING muck or easily soil. Attachments for every job In. !"1i "

missiles, replace man power with motor Bulletin No. I of the Stale Department itsntly Interchangeable.. Patented arched axle with
power, give promise of becoming a great of Agrlcnlfare. entitled "Domestic Rabbit maxlmnni ground 'ctesreace. Perfect tool coatrolft .
ladnatry th.t11 eventually bring =It- Raining In Florida." Is a complete treatiseon Snort power taming. Extra high grid laws mow- fK\\ v

Items ot dollar to Florida. R.p.IIIIIII. the subject It may be bad free by or qulpment Write for price y

1 dawn of n new day for Florida sounds the writing to Tallahassee, or Farm and Drove I CLEASON-DAILEY CO, 1018 Church Street! OFhirida undo, FloridaFARM :
t death keel for an ancient Chluee Indus. Information Department will have It Mat glare DaMrflralon
try. I Ii to '0'.
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J CITRUS CONDITIONS lag ol thee alto bag helped U some, extent and the pack Improved. Valencia should
b* bold bach soul more mature and aa DAIRY OUTLOOK

j By sole h BROWIf.I A few Valencia have been coming In attempt mad to keep the poorest qualityof The gradually Increasing demand (or i
Slightly lows price hav* prevailed during the last few weeks bat It la hardto fruit-tho kind that sells for 11 a box milk and milk product will probably .
) ta orange tad grapefruit during the put understand why anyone would want to and leesat home.BETTER maintain about the present spread lIDo ,
I month but tangerine made some recovery ship them to _.. Common for the feces price of feed and price of dairy \
l mainly becatse of a decrees* la offering most part do not recognise the difference product natu there la inch II material J
However, the decline In price we ae between Pineapple nod Valencia and KITCHENS thaago In the beet situation that farmer I
notable than the tramodoat volumereceipt : when they get these green, tour Valencia It la desirable that all requirement will Increeee milk production by milkinga
*. It I* safe to say that slate Jaw larger number of beef typo cow*.
their reaction I* that all Florida or- for the scientific kitchen bo met by the
nary 1 the leading market have all had antes are running poor again. It would builder, that b equip the kitchen Farmer now base an opportunity to
far larger total supplies of eltrtt trait bo much better to wait for a few weeks compMely depose of old cows for beef purpose at
than ever before tatll they really reach matarlty. with refrigerator cabinet, serving f price This opportunity will probably -
The Increase la supply WM ..eIlWI' Limited quantities of King and Temples aid sucking surfaces. and all facilities b* open for the next two or three

or than many reejlse kit the official record have arrived recently end these have for .to...... It to only through the build year The spread between pried of dairy
thaw Increase of I* per cent at told fairly well considering the price of lag of the equipment that H can b* mad I, cow and value of mows for beef purpose
Pittsburgh, It per cent at Philadelphia I and taagtrin Limited quantities tally efficient aa well at barrenness and cannot long remain aa great aa at present
oraage
and II per coot more at New York dtr- of these varieties bay* a definite plat attractive and easy to keep cl.... Builder If farmer cautious to ratio Increasing
then there hi been number of Dairy eo.-U. S. Department
lag January. Blue
should b mad to his
r but It ls to b* hoped that there will not place window '
.o decrease: sufficient to change the alt- Agriculture.
and
M too many of them doors, and arrange for place for
nation materially. The wonder la that the stove tad link la itch a way that the -
Market baa taken this noprcadntd up- Apparently a few shippers are expert-
housewife bent
on efficiency In her kitchen
wonting with the bushel and half bushel TARIFF ASKED ON FLORIDA
ply without catalog price to approach does not.meet Insuperable obstacle
i the vanishing point basket a* let expensive method of packing Suggestion for the arrangements of PRODUCTS

New York again held a comfortable fruit for market While there la undoubtedly inch kitchens may b* obtained by writingto "''3rl'a grower are asking that duties
lead over other market la average euotloa some saving In the cost of the MUM Hlldegar Kneelaad, Bureau of b* Imposed on agricultural product grown
prices and only once during the pat package and In labor cost It baa obvious Homo Economics: Department of Agriculture In this scat bat which are also Imported
Mouth baa dropped below aa average of lltadvantagt Any novelty In package at Washington .In quantltle from foreign eountrle
ft per box. Tko orange market at New la bound to meet with sales resistance re-
York aid Baton retched low ebb durtnthe [trdlee* of how good It I* and a package duty of 1U cents n pound It asked
on limes, I cent on grapefruit and or-
latter part of January after which I& lit the bushel basket ha never proven FLORIDA GRAPEFRUIT 4
antes, 1 ants on pineapple cent on
a top notcher with other product It It
gradually Improved. Philadelphia, however ACREAGE
sweet corn ( cent on green peat, t cent
dropped to Ita lowest point the fin a good substantial package aDd bas good .
Florida I* estimated by the Government on tomatoet I cents on encumbers m
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week in 1'.11"." on account of a temporary point but a square or rectangular package -
cent cabbage I tents on plant I
to hate I0..00 acres In grapefruitof on egg
ta difference.
frequently worth the
vinupply. Since then all thrumarket
which 03 cents on squash if cents ua avocados
per cent. It of the bearing
bare been alola It It ta believed that consumer will bay
steadily .ge. Texas, with about 41 per teat, of ..b.aereal' and mangoes and I cents on ptypayta. i
bushel half bushel of but
The average price of orange at New I or oranges of la -
n York baa been around ".11 for the not a box there la not a chance In the 10 Florida estimated to haveabof
cent, of bearing
per The
while Fblladel world of patting It over la the big market age.
put month Pittsburgh POPULARITY OF GRAPEFRUIT
California acreage la gives aa 'I.... with aforecast
and Boston baT been 1.71Tbla because people do not buy that way
pbla nearer f
of .. ...
bearing acre for 1111. The popularity of grapefruit I* still on
does not Indicate that New York I any mor*. However It might work to perfection
f Of the I...* acre In Arlxona only 1,100 the Increase In Greet Britain. While
caarlly a better market hat merely In small town la New York Ohio
are In bearing. In Porto Rico where III.acr.ac. prices have bees comparatively low this
thaf It require a higher grade of fruit and Pennsylvania aa small town people .
I* estimated at I.TSO. the barn- season, torn good ban resulted at the
t and gets It Compared with last year might be Induced to buy that many. oranges eta* destroyed almost all the crop and may fruit has been Introduced Into many homeathat
price are perhaps |l per box lower oa at oat time. adversely effect production for the 1010- bad never heretofore tried them and
j the average This la a big difference .. The tatgarlne market recovered from 10 -.. this may stimulate future demand.
I, tll one considers the difference In vol- Its lump of mid-January aDd line lat
come of supplies If It were any other In January price have averaged (0 to 71
kind of fruit In inch oversupply diameter cents per package higher. New York
would undoubtedly have retailed bit oranges prices Hoc February 1 bay* been mostly
have told fairly well became ot ..... to It.10 which It materially better I.

I the advertising path behind them. than the II10 level. of a month ago. Oth- -You Are Looking
The pineapple variety hat shown fen. or markets have shown greater variation F ,
rally good eating quality of late aai d them New Tork. Boston dropped at low
there baa not been a great deal of tail t aa II 11 but later averaged ".n or lie .
to find recently In this score at leai I tor. Pittsburgh bat alto fluctuated widely Ahead At Life---
with the better pack There are 01 r with both good and bad price while
soured atlll a good many Inferior packi a Philadelphia hat averaged below Newt
that have no thence of showing a prof) York for several weeks, mainly because of

except oa a high market When prices too liberal supplies. THIS WILL INTEREST YOU
In the big market rang from ft to II.I It I* Interesting to compare the volumeof
per Ilea and toe.average price la II pel r supplies told la New York during January
box It show fait definitely bow the fruit t with the corresponding month of the
ran*. two prevloM _..aa. This year the tales' WHAT IS ITT A 5000.00 Modernized Systematic Sav-

Fruit shows somewhat more scarring during the month were 11.,... boxes; a ings Policy with. the Bankers National
than anal which doe not help any will year ago ulei were 100.000 boxes and Life.

consumers because the average eonanmor two year ago they were 141,000 boxes forth WHAT WILL IT COST At age 80, $198.05 annually which may be
I* a big city toes by appearance a.dd urn month.Orspefrnlt .
not stop to consider flavor Th values have been gradually paid in annual semi-annual or quarterly

California Navel have been very smooth sagging off during the pact month but installment

and make quit a contrast with Florida' the market" bat been more stable than WHAT WILL IT DOT Pays 5000.00 or more on natural death.
this mesons to the detriment ol the latter with either orange or tangerine After
.... 'New York during Pays 10000.00 or more on accidental
It I* unfortunate that both florid I averaging about at -
and California oranges are small this tea- most of January the price eased off death.

ton for It pot a premium on the target to approximately a ".n tyerafe daring Pays $50.00 per month for life if totally
lite oat of all proportion to Intrinsic February. Bales since February i have and permanently disabled, besides continuing
+ value. Recently there baa been more ol beta exceptionally heavy and have been In
policy in fun force relieved of
a tendency for the various the to *vip I tires of 10,000 boxes ..11,. The other premium
again. Chain stores have taken somewhat market have likewise bed greater guar payments
I mailer sizes recently aDd their posh titles tine February 1. It's an Ordinary Life Policy.
Grapefruit be shown fairly good eating .
'..lit'.... this ba helped to maintain It's a Fourteen Payment Life Policy.

is wea.ws.mcmi 911.... The ..fl.." epidemic wee also It's a Twenty-five Year Endowment
something of a boost for grapefruit Policy.

I sale Three in
Texas It a growing factor In the grapefruit One.
deal and It will pay to watch the As a 25 year Endowment Policy-you can
i
movement of fruit from that state for the draw down 5000.00 in cash or you may
balance of the ....... Report Indicate If you
take in
I prefer $2,169.25 in cash and
that It will move more fruit than In patttetton
*. addition fully paid-up whole life policy

One tendency that baa been noticed for 5000.00 on which you pay nO further

5 ervlee this sewn ta that of playing up Lila Indian premiums and which is paid your bene-
River section. While Indian River ficiary on your death.
citrus baa undeniably good qualities It
look aa If the same wore being over If conditions require It-you can reduce

worked. Judging by what the retailers your actual outlay for annual premiums
have to .,-.. least 00 per cent of everything by using the coupons, attached to the
they tell ta "India River." Policy a* cash. Clip them and receive
1 "Travel the Scenic Route"A !*.* this tendency to call everything Indian the cash for them.
confined solely
River ta checked and
delightful, comfortable And to the fruit originating In that action WHERE. CAN I GET ITT From the Bankers National Life Insurance

.m.,. way t* travel the term will merely become synonymous Company an old-line legal reserve

with Florida. company. Simply cut out the slip below,
of the Florida Melor
Th route trails of various aorta continue -
Competing fill it In and man it to the and
Company
Uses pass through the beet ef t* ba an Important factor this teaMa. ,
.....rI4a.* rich agricultural district Apple supplies and reserve ar you will receive full particulars.

_put mile ef beautiful grevea heavy and more winter pears have been
(arm*, hike and river offered than ever before, nt 'least In the
mtr>poUtan district. The heavy inp-
A dally Mate-wide package. tad plies of trawbrrrl** have also had torn Bankers National Life Insurance Company
express .."10. ales available for effect .* the demand for citrus fruit

these' who require speed and -.. California also. baa the largest crop of 425 Barnett Building, Jacksonville, Fla.
snip la shipping.Special avocado* ever produced ...*...*. .
pound, and these are arriving. In ,larger Please furnish me fun Information regarding the ""Modernised
attention la given t* the iuaatitla*.
Systematic Savings Policy as advertised la the "Florida Farm
I'tt.f elleetlea en alt C o D. So far aa applet are eoueeraed, however "
ohlpnutta. the heavy stores holding are offsets and Grove.

to some extent by the abort drop In

Australia and Now Zealand which wW allow Name ...... .... .. .. .. .. .:.. .. ..... . .. ..?Y. .
n longer exporting _**.. There ta
laq.ln.f ale the poatlblllty that the extremelycold I'
(t weather In Buropo may Injure Spanth Address .,..., ... .ev a n. .. .d .... .. ...:. .. .. e s s .
year I"agent. eraage which are I direct competitorof

American So far aa apple eltru1 fruit are concerned Occupation .... ... .e... ...... .. ........ .. ..a.... ..

9 M ta probable that supplied will eontlnteto <<

ran heavy for the nut two months Ap .-.. ..............-
e tJrlsado, .,..... There ta not much anticipation In trade 1

circles that pulses will Improve eonaldcrahlr 1t
Nelson small Wee tin lie eliminated
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Iota 'The p".l.*aa tend today I* ataadllyillmlaaUna stated are ate" silting out sew teens bad TARIFF ASKED ON CITRUS
kf fravp action ... laaar *ampatlUra lb. growers are .. He surttreeetats.
The Lancer f'Va*. that It mnr tOOmg... In th* that the ..I':Classed gtrap.frult secsis JUICESRepresentatives
craatar sad store ,.........1 .cr..... <*rI braau 00 awn tram 0oath Afrlos.Onber .
I Its des a >r* ft tae world ........ Wa of California Interests

ua-anrat 10 aa*..... and It leeks .. tkaacmwa tnee..aaw Predsaf/.a Prot kr* naklil the War and moans Co..lt
By EDOAH'A. wRIcwr.Lang. Would have ta If the Florida oft... Innauy Powell who wan borrowed from the "mane
I* .a ..nrlv- veal A.TI cultural College hr the British ..... tj tot II II cost t Ballot duty sa orania.trapaftnlt .
gradient la make a World wlda lavanllcallonaf
Walls Pr.fttebM Th La..... the citrus Indu.try told ma last fall that lemon alt lime jnloaa that
C.-.NVatu __.. If this motelanything
ban fregwestly stated that the larger tM |l ....a.. that Florida tatereat oltrua production In British select wauldaa at nt for beverage purpoaa
.lI4t the men profitably It could biworkei
trove incraaa that California and Florida were
Refer babes. Id an address mad, must get together la competition n.alaatether aaro to loea the English Overkill la time ... California' retries U join with Florl.

e Washington's blrthaay. said: "A areaopportunity : i try. It ultra_*produornoctlon* that Archie la eoavlaiced* af the coun that oaa*. with native labor and preferenllalrate d* 1* asking for an Increase tariff dm
exists today I I. .nn"'I1" will. ba laid dawn ..r
clir.e fruit could that
od "frolt. Thy state
the only war ta compete auooeaalully uihraagh Oregon "
be Afl
tb otttu Industry.Add than wool atto muck cheaper tilde from the United gtatea.
that It "tPeratloa she sales ertealeatloa here In Florida they are satisfied with the. preheat Relic
esy a or corpora the Oat redeem why tam coat ef production
tI_.. aculd 0".1. all the small .rove."visa .. What a. having settle ka made la MIN be leeaend through na-eperetlve effort add kd want t* ooaoentrat their" strength to
aad
the owners .toe" for their I.t..w, offer. :If title espeaa.skid ;ba aalaamen boucbt nnd about talacraphbill. It lacomlac that oa-erdlnatlon I* marketing ... pron. ohloh,'hlh' rate as larnon
put the whole under competent m.lagrment, tided .. Florida aa It I* la CaliforaThe
could .. mnde to big. sure a; late, moat some If the In-
Tells citrus. would grow.In... brought abut thraugh pay grog duster I* t* f% ...... It will name, of ..* survival af the tlttoeXUerllM

savings In labor and equipment bringing ceaeity either through too Florida Citrus April a... Election: of new director MORE CANE PLANTINGS
.ratlon.Laaa 1I.b.: ... a* It I* now .....clc..Id. orIkreugk ,
about atandardlaatloai and ce-ep % somewhat similar arcanlaatlonwith for the Clearing House and member
0....'.. .. Ih. get up mad. ._.ar, af the remmlltea af I* will .. held" .. April The'amsounc.m..l that IMOt .dolt.Local
0......... Very few growers at ooadltlona ar demanda. or tai The Cleerl.g Home will loss mall Iatruouona .- acres of cane would be planted IB
tempt ta pick and haul their awn fruit .r.:1.: Citrus Union wmpaoad at ta It* member..
Tells la loft to the packing cempaalea. with Independent shippers with their awn ten the Everglades wall one of the moateourtilnt .'.,

their crows .f trained taea. who are equip. eta ef h* lhea.! this Citrus Unless t* at Proof ta CeHforala. Front. H.ulheraCalifornia .inacvnramant of the year.
with ladders "0..1.. bane, clippers an/ flllate wilts the Florida Citrus K>ch>age la .fr. about [I: per cant dam- .
trio.... I. many sections of the state then form the floi-lda mill ., plan ace la citrus I t.mealy .. Home of Th law land to bo planted ar. lilt. *
are community spraying machines and ere.ommunlt' was tried la California. nnd It"f.r: It la thin ."...... fruit will aa doubt be .hip neighborhood of Pur. Beach Miami

eultleslae and fertllinatlon hail true. But vha the reason ar that failure.now pest, mostly In plain. house and It la naleipoeted Lock. South Bar near Clawlaloo and I*
boom 1.1.4 with swoon. The owner luau It slight he easy te avoid a like ,. that any In the total /
en hie place. and possibly fa'Ta the erplol lira la 1'1..1.... A. Mr. Pratt point met ....... crop al California will .ham any the booth Bm.rlnnd Uralnni dlntrlct.
ef the operating company but doe not .... ("11.. "here 1.00 acre will b* planted the
work bin own grove aa an Individual B.: ran toctpr isefrlend.A1 i.tgner. Th. Florida A.tl-lI".o" _let, will othor areas mentioned ranflnf' from I*,
c.pl for the extra east af ferllllr and 1 Ing; Hoses I* hot a marketing agoney It can
spray malarial the maintenance eta .* acre never have the full "'u"c that eoardlComnilttea hold II* Samuel meeting .t Fort Finn la to l.eOO acres each.

crave I* net muck greater than for a lea oral-noted sblpping and sales plan w..... March. lAhll.Uo..1II ba proponed lend- _.- .-

acre tract and the time mnohlnary .quip- IRS to state wide attempt at mosquito
.
would mall Iel .ff.-t sea the market@ at Ib prises
meat Necessary for a 41 acre grove
.... .
muck larger unit and the anna W a* *. The leglelacomtnltte. control. set Bloc
operate a tiro. of the Commlllea ef
> II I. .
muck -- -
be -
power need not greater ==a--= = -
holding meeting aver the state ta find eat
what the gtcwcrg want In the way of hew --- Nunn
brent Dairy state. I have con.l.leat- green feel Irajalatlnm. If any. h" my andentandlhg -
Ir maintained that rlorlda had a great future that the committee Iteelf favor '

a. a dairying alate This la particularly taking the enforcement of the Grace Fruit
true of the Ih..I..... the northernpart law eat .< the hand of the Oommlaelonor 1
or Florida and In spot In central Florida or AtrleulIbrs. Rod putting into tne hands I
where then ere rich calls. The abundance .r a d.pcrt.tont to be e..t' That they Calcium Nitrate
poMlbllIII I-
of dW'i.year round growing boualnc also favor a law whereby fruit may bamined n.
III that no eipenalva In favor .( far ripeness an>w".,. la the .t....
all
required fire
facilities are
whether in freckles kou., grove ar aar.
Florida. Thor rural k bed jack law-or necking horses (Nitrate of Lime)
ought shipping Immnture trust They b.liove ..
Getting Pleeoa-ellle A mercer of II that the pneeaI roll., of Suisse to acid lt% Nitrogen l&2% Ammonia
delete Ids cream and Ice companies In the content I ail right for oranges end crapa
*
south la the first step an a large _I., fruit but favor a I ta 1 teat for tenner.Inaa. 20% Caldum (56% limestone equivalent)

recoe-nlalnc rlorldn; dairy poMlblllllee. U.M Also the? would prevent any crown.
Foreman, n Chicago banker and /. C. any aharolcal eltli.r In spraying ar
Penny Uwlnn Corp. hen formed the Far* Mains..* that world tend M lesson |h*
most Dairy Company with bordello U SAW* af < .
la aa pre"l
In Florida Georgia and aVoulh Cnre.Una. time4 .. ............ _..,...
It la the general plea ., the com Jardlaa ., the United telex .parlment ..fAarleult.re
or Ih*
puny te continue the operations has arrepted the poeltlon, aa
dlreo Ionaof dthtm.wk whoa have under prevloualy the contest for the ,..d.....d Fruit and Vega.table .
ti5o Arthur Rule. writing Vegetable Crops/
control and man.ngement cr..y
them but all e.ecutlve
run from affk.I .f the ITederalad.af .
will be ceased In the ....r.. Jackaonvllle deal- which k* !., segment .........'.. writes. ma
will
office. The artaalaatlon and that In gas oura af time '. detailed etatemaat .
la ChI retailing and wholesaling af milks In regard ta this' matter wile b* ,..
milk produua. Facllltlaa for mnkln eon- leased t% the Pea...
dVnaed milk nnd powdered milk we available .Bata Produces quick vigorous growth and that
,
e... *
Lactic ferm.nlad milk, cottage...11.1... k* _.... (..>... ...... (tat.. Then 'li.
and other laity products
spa a. Iaon.alne drmaad for Flerlda' "PO..
mada. Not altnnapof tor making moss but for firm, crisp quality that mean higher prices
... C.llf..n" the .0".
.. fla- table 0' sent" Is .'
.... -.. Foreman will act
DAN
oat In the counts but Floridahrapeu
pal ..-". for the .........". *<'. Foreman. crap meture state earllor and we have the mar. and good condition on arrival in
... organlaed like ""...""jjj.other. "iji* ourselves Balalum and Holland

his latest bolus' the MleelselppL raise bet koaaa crape bat Ih. rest of ."1..-
rompany operating In Tames aad else ta tku country I. ... gnat that the Northern markets
.. .' In .farm
'
Mr. Penny has lone keen cost to the _....m.r would be .rohibitlye
d.velopm.nt, had largo development nt Penny what south Arcot-its hands o. some stages and sr
Farms, Floe da. Mr. renky nine owes blooded effort will ". made to have the duty in.or.as.d. -
.. probably the largest head nf New The Florida a pert, any that our ,

Un.rnaeyi r.'th.t.: .:In...P-the world been at .Aberdeen. .;...., .mtana fundf. the crape adva.taca should ba ar Ago early ant an maturity kick land will, be or Clip this' schedule of application, for future rtferenctt
: a
.. boa **t i the loat Highland crape mature In June and
.; the perp.luat.aa .VVi'nIaa\.lr early Jl/. California Rim pdo not reach
J I carrying oat of tka w. euioko the market Prefer, old July.
from serially MtlvltyIn

.mo'-1 ....., ....,..... j;;PH* of lh. low prices Calcium Nitrate
flood ..... Burdette O. t-ewla who balnc resolved fo' citrus there la aom* com
la closely .._'1.'" with M'. Sooner in many .f fruit *!...* This ..".. I.' =M oven dad tfbwo ail atpttenelsle
I of his enterprises I to a sae at wide ospo- largely dew. b7 srianlmed sans@ with Mp .
l truck.foe I.wlt h1 bowled to t/eerpia, and '
Bens
epmentanformerly the aouthpisaLagricultural .. .. 100 to.2001be
before blooms
"
sold aa law i. > .e ta I* cents a dozen at lure _
representative of the Finnish govDenmark retail to lXl H>.aa will ba found aa' article
.rnmenl In and later repratan by ".. It. cr.,<*i* an bow italiforalahandle .... lpplcmloe when -Imtew w
tastes ot Flnnlth interests In the dalr-r In.thorltlea bar trust >Ul.-. ... There have been Beets 100 Ibtt. pe.t..tsadamd third.pplt-d.d
I duatry In Pennsylvania and Ohio. sell be men arrest and aakTlclloaa Plnellaa County Cue and law w.ek..kw
moral .......... H. M a" of the .bast la Pland. bad Pad a < I Iran patrol for
?down dairy cattle and milk production ou-. two year, and frail ataallnc there ban boom 155. .pplk.dss shad twO to t/m..
I In the world, bavin- .. Inleriin.tlonnl ractlaaliy ......n..... Three man In uniform So d lspuurw to
reput.tloa. Aoaordlnc t. P.C aawnjlaalonad aa deputy eh-rlff, con.tltata Cabbage 100 to 2001bs. =.:3ral.pplintiemitdapV :
I Lewis. the purpose of the Pew Company will the whole af orcanlaatlon of the
be to produce a quality it milk that will PI...... C.....", Citrus Parrot Owner alarravu .... s. a-t.
'.1 reach the highest etaadarda pet *' I"*?..*: par trove !. to II cent par sees par '
, ... ., eertlfled grade "*" milk'' throughout month and about I.M* acre la aligned upbatwaaa Cantaloupe 100 fO 200 lbw wham..., InooorIo so rose.Cetllilloguer .
t tt- country and la enlend t.... .. tho ,..!! ilL Pet.r.burc and Palm Harbor
Ice groom and ether milk and Oregon ? Bach patrol" video too miles durluc the 100 to 200 n... Samoa ma top ........
i.( *. U hours Many interesting .bl"..; were raveiled .
by the patrol It woo found that aonnldorabl t. id d"y ohm pipsg have.
I A...'. ......-. T/leem. I* talk .>..d.j af toe loan could ba Irarad la ,..- Celery 100 to 150 lbw aE.verywd be .
t. the Fortnightly. Club at Orlnndo.iFeh. Ideal: *. "m. .l them af apparent kick atandInc ,
j IUb Arabic P.ce .. "........, for Chan.As with tins Company and walk heaven for his publls.Ity .... Come ,'. _/"al gang operated throe
work for the iadap"dest skippers 0' trucks at ..... Thin Base would eat Ctacumben 100 1btt. 10.. .. .
Erwy 14
1 the time of the formation 09 the Clearla.Houai. faaooa! drive mta the ... and with a .'get ,
:
CInoel.f Hows goes some of plckers..Man up the fruit and drive
AmidTb. Eu Plants 100 to 200 I.... Every ....,
y far in standardizing' Eta dea it bas met Due tang even went ** far .. ta hire laeal two

the orlt/cal problem .f pc.-.tint phi ff"'eats pickers, explaining that the nearby packInc .. ..
y "w- order .. ... .. Ed did plane begin ap
that shet s splendid company. Pad a ruak see toe fruit
in Magner
feel a asd team work 1.twesa .hlppors mn.l ka cattan ant In the nlckt They paid Lettuce 100 110 200 u. r 2nd arpYn aM W.........,
1 well as growers- With got ibis *patrol" withthe coed Vegas. ta 'The protective me.*.. ;is b"

,........0... supply. codlllo world ure. adopt.by! "PI... County growers I*
. bava boon eh"tla w. have .... a Wet. .ndoahlMlly ..........u.. thievery. In al". Onions 100 to 2OObe. Tw waive aftw .....&
derful beginning oaaid.ridg out handlespa ...CIOU.. fact.t..I. Polk .....1' la aa ...
,1 I However we have only made a beginning..: tractive lure with lie large Concentrated Pass [English} 200 Ik Jove helme blae.a.ppme. .
Then mast be mono co..ot Ilk dlstribntlo area af fruit. Tha Indian River Rootlet I*
.o..edlM- at favorite ,lose at .....Uo.. owing tath..
Pepper 100 to 200 Ibo. Ewry two ......
fact' that MARY Cr..e. are Isolated .... lanany
.0' a marketing ., Soles .....1..110.. hack aa$&a, la aharca af near help Alaa
chipper member' dir.oto his ewe sales. There tka 1105 allir and higher ..lose ia beraallaod Squash 100 Ik lea ........ Meer ....-.

has been talk of pries seaWL But to a big la Croat The Cammll
eoatlnesllyover.rowded taa af I* stool wall take this mailer apad shoes.w weeks .a- P
crop roar, ; T--. 100 h. :: :
and JCttir: of our If a state law la evaded ta prevent trait wd sppikrlew me Worksbro..
:
sales leaves the .w arrival. 'track Alleviate ., aliht or a law ra.arlnctraok
Y. are unable I* ..C_... for a Weak I. driver* ta show cards tram either Watermelons 150 to 200 Ibo. Whom'" 6m& to rasa
adraaoa practical means af agreeing *a crowd ewnee, .r "blot I house massgars
priooo wihout damage a< ln,,r .ia the asks r.\mndat(ea to the proper aothor.tyi :
said at "0110.. ar *...,..*. to |ok* possibly their amt legislative Demmlt-
Crl .....,..t_ .....11.. perishables ,- CALCIUM NITRATE t*the preCerrad situate 1.Wctnucttrpo.bocatia .
.r&know advance what priov -

Should oT d.t.Tml.W .-. W.Ul* vary, hash .wive.... Pa.dlmltle street gal1t, ft upplle bock ai session vary, aaaartmanta .t asses rarj.raalar .affair bseausIof low prices re"I.ad
''or to runs en a Number fcttllber dealer foe CALCIUM NITRATE
ea..prHa-k ;"However w. to t back, I: MId-FIir1da. It is probable your
.... ta direct our affair tram dar la day ,hat alt of law book. were "Nod and
ka a closer .......,. Group action I* ro,.ir.ad. .outs 6414 worked 0411 ., their difficulties.
j mud will on*. 'Tk.... M a aalaM Waste .r ..". tlewevor they could set stood au. Sold by fertilizer manufactur&t dealers
. to the trade In our praaant policy of a kaa.rad aad be .... "".it totals They ? ,
hlppr wiring the memo markets .. were laecalf sm e.ted with a Florida ahalaf
competing for .*...*... shippers aainat k* basks, all mail see other hank,, ara not and by the JacKto Qraln Co.. Tampa,

out a( .....1.." kr. ....... bat they aaa .rr., ..... Newovae the more fact 01 bask.. .
C'branch together M .desist I' Florida' will have as street Not and their distributors
for a aloaar aa-ardlaatlaa a r'I-.fr-: at all wb.1_.... I remember whale It 1621
.Overall poets felled tkroufk .noontime

Cayedlanled falaa -.... "Tina aa.ardlaatcd rub Georgia Is.tltulleo- that
sales are aamlnc the be : ,real.rise: ... were particularlyl..fet Synthetic Nitrogen Products
clearing How Ross brought J..c 'The 1.0 Angeles Times Primates the Corporation

together taatlr alaaar thaw) ......,_ W* ,allowing rather slaver rhyme, rude TO&
aoanalntM with .. ath.r -'Dews to "....., dark and tank.rho .
tnbero"*, : the benefit at .:work and hall unto jump m. bask t. ..... Raw... PlandCHT memp&t ........

like It and.wa Ilka aaak ....... Our aamMtltlva river kept an fomplnt. oil. anppeaodcastes ,
dlfflmltlaa are alnklait Infa their / they found the be hke aU aI..4. (Addl.. memo adva.

Ira* and w. are b* laaiat ta -*.
aha bigger probUma IbM ara sediments ta mad MAT ....._ Pre *>. R Kemp

all and I which aaa b* aaat easy b, socking Soled Maeraiar/ Fall af the rlartd Ctirw I
.._ ......... Our ......_ have. bo.modaeatlaal that Brazil haa easels the Bam kIFARM
and .....-eo... Big business har of "tn>a tr Mats WOlorl'". maally aaaaVllaca. =
6.dey t. its every brooch bas worked sloop Ma ..>. ... allmata la porfoatfr W
thaw aces I. a stnblag ........ Florida altrta., that a.lte an ...._. tilde haa
seouet slaver boblsd mach Nagel. Supers, boo developed aad that preparation are
04 wises I. c.. .bWa.oos.... require such belnc s,.4> far further ..t..... plantlnca
prose." to meat _..Ut... I. its now : Th* oall la very pradacUva, Tha cavaram.nlt
sat bigger 01 tea ..IPpaluvi pr.: Pla ti | 1001,001 Md kad pamd at tie spor






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I NEW TERMINALSFrom motion Bureau. IIIHaboro Hotel Bldg., i

li t DAIRYING IN FLORIDA II I Pace 1 Tampa, Florida, and It will be mailed
ellltles as at Philadelphia and New York without any obligation. It will kelp the T'
which will be opened on March first busy housewife la serving dainty and attractive -
By GEORGE DIRNHAM.We : health offlcera. Hewill consult with The Pennsylvania Railroad Is Joint meals. -

f cannot too often stale the elementary them before putting up any dairy build owner In the new Detroit Union Produce

factors which will lead to sue- legs so that be may be able to produce Terminal Detroit Michigan, the groundfor Pedigreed ChinchillasNew
I sanitary milk and he will Invite continue. which seas In the dairy Industry of Florida. supervision.The the
to
this Terminal will be open Zealand Reds
Dp to the present time dairying In present production of milk In public not later than August Urst,

If Florida has been of an experimental haphazard Florida Just about takes care of the prep These new terminals enable receiversto and Whites r rBreeder@

i nod exigent Character. not demand for whole milk bat that do- properly display the fruits and vegetables -
for fine furs Heavy meat
mend It only about ono third pint per In of the buyers at
With the entrance Into the state of for the inspection weaning age Reasonable prices PrlM
habitant. When It la considered that tile which has tendency to stimulate returns to
:i lane organizations looking after business standard coniuroptloa of milk for health growers. winners. ,

f In the dairy line. It becomes the duty of la one quart per person per day It la New Zealand Rabbitry R

I over dairyman and of those Intending to clearly seen that there le plenty of room ? New Cook Book. LAKE JENNY JEWEL
for an Increase In the production of market One of the most elaborate cook booksw
I. eJHage In the dairy business to consider R. F. D. It, Box lit ORLANDO, FLA.
or whole milk. It may ba said that
and that pertains
have one
those matters which make for the ever seen
1 suc- there ... times and place 1'1'101'141.. chiefly to the preparation of citrus fruits assesses
11 cost or failure of his project when and where there la at overproduction for the table, cooked and incooked. In MONEY IN RABBITS

In the past the production of milk It but until producer market one connection with other traits or served

the state has been limited to that to lie quart of milk per person per day, they alone or prepared In connecting with roil money call make fur bear geed- ;
will be falling to supply the potential .:b'lltDfo.. We ..N.are
cakes and pastries: or as salads or sauces Inn vs.
; sold market milk, for In the
as use tort demand they will not have reallied on In connection with meat and poultry dinners highest fur quality. ,
produced or aa we say, "whole milk. the possibilities of the situation. Is offered free. It Is printed In breeders for at true lowest feet.prices.Write oa }

Until quite recently, almost any fluid purporting Possibly at this point comet In the colors and la a work of art. All housewives RAbhlto..L."D'. RABBITRY

to be milk has found sale. but question of lowering the price of milk should be Interested In having this own azu Tswana, V196
with the demand of health authorities for to the eonaumer. The average price to book Write to our Farm Drove Infor
the consumer of milk IB Florida la 10 -
a sanitary, healthful milk, the quality
cent per quart la winter and 17 cents
has greatly Improved. '
la anmmer. When we consider the recent
State, county and municipal ordinances :
great milk strike at Crlcaco which
now define milk and prescribe the { '
was for a minimum wholesale price for
conditions under which It must be produced 91a
the producer of about six cents per quart
when It le to be offered for sale
It will be seen that the Florida dairyman -
frlefly, milk Is the whole, clean lacteal .
baa a wide leeway before he comesdown
fluid of one or more cows, having a milk- .
to the Chicago price.
fat content of not less than I 1-1 per cent .
and milk solids not fat not lees than I 1-1 Price reduction to the consumer with '

per cent, and I In the case of grade "A" I Increased profit la possible If productionwere 4: .

raw milk a bacterial count of not more more efficient.

than. SO.OO par .... Dairying Is an exacting and hard work .. .. -E: .. -4
The Intending dairyman will naturally occupation, an Intricate and learned profession ... .. .

; Inquire as to what use the milk whichhe demanding strength of body, resolution -

produces I. to be put, as on this use energy and brains A Cash Crop Every Three Months
will depend many questions In the practical Our prospective. dairyman can find 7

working out of his undertaking. suitable locations In many sections of the FINANCIAL INDEPENDENCE .
la the past, with the production destined .. In looking for land for a> dairy yet. .

to be sold M whole milk the producer farm, consider the quality of the Dative | A SMALL AMOUNT OF MONET STARTS YOUSTAKT
use concerned with the questionof grasses and learn of the experiences of 11'1t
getting as l.r.D output of milk farmers In railing forage crops In the
which could be sold with as little exertion locality, and remember "In Florida, yea U 'TODAY OK TBB ROAD 'TO STOCBS

I b for himself as possible. may stand with one foot en prosperity RAISE CHINCHILLAS .
US
9 The up-to-date dairyman, however la and with the other foot on poverty," and 4 FOR a
firms concerned with the quality of the use your brains In selecting the dairyarm. norm ova BCY-BACK COKTBACV
1 milk which he produces having learned Tenn ._ 1e A..ured iJ: : ;
that quality production In the end pays. fS ChlnohUlaa breed every three mo.t. and average all tlneu. .
Tick-free territory la very desirable.Twentysix a lltur. It I. not a seasonal bu. Chinchillas breed
Taking the average of the milk sold In counties are now tick-free and equally'weU every month In the year.
the larger cities of Florida, he would make LOCAtlON-me er country, era farm- Y" Ier
a/ot
milk having an average of 4.S per cent eradication other counties.work la proceeding In several + Ii"M! to the else ... pleas ef

milk fat with net to exceed ".Got bacterial -
The question ef breed of dairy cows Ii
count per e... This average la the
la also Important. If the object be to
result of the examination of more than A
milk with 4.1 ..eDtmilt
produce market per .
40* mmplea of milk In cities In all partsof ..
Florida. fat It Is manifestly losing moneyproduce I I'"
t. milk with .... to" t per cent I I
While the, quality of milk Indicated by
milk fat. "
these examinations Is considerably higher
than required by the various milk or- If the production of cream or butter :.
dlnancti the majority of consumers In were the object. It would be a questionable ,
them from '.1
performance to
Florida cities would' not be satisfied with get
I.... to SI I milk 1"-
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His problem, then la to produce such ,

I milk In the most economical manner possible FOREMOST DAIRY OFFICIALS
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The executive personnel Includes .
Now, enter Into the discussion such Ii' .w-j .* Tk.ee Pen Waited UVrerr Mrath '
George Bancken, A..ta..OL. vice president Every DI." wremaa. and glrlwhewaa.te
t questions as tbe location of the dairy farm, of the production division, and A. L. for. money toy"1 1.lnlf CH1NMlILL4 RABBITS
dairy buildings, breed of cattle, the quite III. TRA\CAN
( tin of raising the future herd or of del Lund.The board of directors will Include L ,N WE U! l1'& yon aaa .

pending on purchase te fill vacancies, the III addition to the officers and Mr. Penney our RllGI8URIDo'd'

production of dairy feed pasture, ensilage Robert Chambers. vice president of the O. DOH'T.. ....WAIba ..us ewt start. boi yeu,
j and soiling, and the accessibility to marnet. M. Foreman company Lee H. )Edwards, i We yeu .... a bu
The question of the economical also connected with the later- WASTINh WAY.. v f 'I N
foreman
Far use big free llluetralM ... Chlnehllla R....
i marketing of such milk must also be con ..tal Ralph W. Owns, vies president of .. WU" It severe every phase el Chuchllla fw ....u...
sidered. The question baa,been asked t he J. O. Penney-Owlnn corporation and
"1. It possible. for a man to engage In the counsel of the P. C. Penney company, and : WESTERN FUR FARMS Inc. I

J dairy business In Florida at the present I. O. Peaney Jr. son of the chain store Dew t*..141. ISIS s., Denver, C+l* I
time. with prospects of successt" The operator. O. L. Edwards will be the general -
1 answer I.. ..Y..." But not everywhere sales manager and Robert Tan Eepoel.of \

nor ...tw.,. the Tampa Stock Farms will be actively ,.
::;;';
Unless a man realises that milk la the engaged In production work. / '!i... _:t
primary food and Is more subject to contamination Florida companies In the merger are: '. 7.mi i .. 001 .
than any other he had better I. R. Barrier Ice Cream company, Jacksonville :w. Goat
leave dairying alone. ; Tampa Stock Farms Dairy com -
Our prospective dairyman will therefore pa.,. Tampa and Sarasota: Halifax Creamery -
j locate his dairy where he may have company. Daytona Beach, and W. C. 16s

the benefit of frequent Inspections by Berrler Creamery company, Ine. Lakeland. el-Ka ,
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I : NOTES ON POULTRY FARMING IN FLORIDA \' I



..IFE AND GROWTH are turning their breeding and hatehlai t of I I.I eggs per kea wa produced or II.

RATION FOR CliCKS problem ever to the experienced hatcher per tent This I* t off per bird hlghe
In short, the butcher today I* doing ,
r act than the record for the. month of Jaguar r
: By I. B. JONES, MatMlfey ....... what each poultry raiser would do, bl
elf, If the had the time, equipment and a year .... The record to date ha reach
tow DrpartmcBt, Purism hints opportunity eel .... egg per bird or .... per ..t. The
A* .". twenty-on day .
Find. Cane Before Placing Blame. beet work for the month a. a breed wai.
u chick what a miracle! U this turned out by a pea of Aatrlorpa with w
then the starting point In the poultry Idaitryt n OcnatlonaUr, when chicks die, tile aproductloai of .... per cent. The 41
I' Well It In, and .,alD. It tenOn poultry raiser I* quick ta blame the Barred Rock stood cecond with II. percent .wrLt
might Mr a great deal depend oa hatther. There) nay be time when the sad III Whit Leghorn third with
h breeding stock, for without the kreed hatcher I* at failt. kit la moat earn the
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II.' cent. The white Wyandotteihav
era there really could bi no cbkk.: Then thick losses can be trailed to overheating. per
date
the bet record of breed to
another will\ say the brooders were chick chilling. Improper food, feeding too soon. any
ftI. of 41 each. The
with aa average egg
That can't be denied and other ca_ vr which the hatcheiha
themselves once.
'j.\\" III Whit Unborn* com Exceed with 43eggs '
DON aJl!
41" I go It would seem we have no' starting no control, each. 1' isi. li\'ll.l
point However, to get started aomtwher It the stove rim low for several boor.
beet chick 11 In
Buy Florida baby *) year
R.
The...tr ot Leghorn entered by
.' let' begin with tb* chick roea oot or run way np because a wind ,
. F. Butts of Clio. Alabama" mad the .bee baby chick business la Tampa. Florida.
Poultry raisers either batch their own come np at night, the chick are affected,,
.' !k' chicks or buy them. The trend, 'boub.I' and their steady development checked. core for the month with 141 egg for Whit Leghorn. Aneonaa, Rhode. Intend
seems to be more and more to the buying Rarely do they come back and grow mlforaly. 1* hens. Second place wa held by theLathwood Reds Barred Hocks Whit Rocks,ninme Black
Minorca, White \\yandottea, Jersey
of chick from reliable hatches. paying Usually, the ebllllng or overheatIng Poultry Farm of Jacktonvllli Light Brahma, Baby Ducks, Muwovy and
enough to let food etock. This trend II upsets the digestive tract causing with 111 egg*. Third honor go to the Wild Mallard.
natural, In view of the fact that the hatch paitln-np." It will' look like: the Infection Harris Pedigree Farm pen from Pelham. CnMnesi n..hi.... .-
who White Diarrhoea canned bacteria Oa., with 111 egg aid fourth place goes
, *r today to not one merely runs ancnbator. by ; SYLVAIN POULTRY FARM
He ha become a breodlnpeclallit. whereas It to only a diarrhoea caused bya to the Webb Well and Cain entry from
< He baa schooled himself along brooding mishap resulting In an upset Chlpley with 117 egg*. The highest record Mill Avenue and 4tnd Street

. >re 41ag line H* can cull hn an digestive .,.t.... The hatcher frequently for a heavy pea wa mad by the 8. C. Buy Smith TAMPA II.*0. ,Hatched M/OHIPA Chloks. They
& .'OcII lrel.. H* can make mating supervising will be told by his customer that the Red owned by the TaleView PoultryFarm Live and GrowlPoultrymen
sanitation and bring about ImoViewed chick bad White Diarrhoea, and that It ot Grand Island FaH with til egg
management methods. was the hatcher'* fault B.ldom.n the laid. Second place was held by the Pratt
He insist on property balanced, vitamin lip-up In management considered.Not Poultry Experiment Farm pen of Barred
.iM and mineral-rich ration for thebreeder only are reliable hatcher interested Rocks from Morton Penn., with 111 egg
that are to produce vigorous In giving the poultry raiser strong, B. H. Ruckcn Red from Ottumwa, Iowa I
t' chick for his customer H* te alive tow I It vigorous! chick, but they even go to the hId third place with III arcs, A. C. !
the tout that his bread and butter depend point of guiding the poultry raiser In getting Gilbert' Red from Cottondal, Fin., came
d. on unified cuitomert. H* realised that the chick started off right Last fourth wltk 101 and the Glen Arden

Ib. he must lend out vigorous. livable chicks year 1,610 hatcheries recommended that Hatchery Barred Rock from Chlpley, Pictures will i 1 I
: -with real breeding back of them Purina Chick Btartena. and Chick Chowbe were fifth with 117.
.1M He ha studied and ha mastered the fed to the chicks according to the Purln The Lathwood entry of White Leghorn help you make
I ilk problem of Incubation. Through this Plan of feeding and management. They are In the lead for full time with
: knowledge of"Incubation, k* I* able to get want their easterner to be successful and III erg Harris Pedigree Farm ....-
Iz,' more chick off per hundred egg*. The they know that good chick and. good feed kern hold second place, Just 4 egg behind MORE MONEY
, tl the care of the chicks after hatching are Iwo Important cornerstone of .u. Lukert Leghorn Farm of Salerno,
. them la the dark at ,tile right"
' keeping COM la rearing chick.
Fla.' own the third high pen with a record
temperature. for the proper length or Hatcher* look upon Purina Chick 8Ur- of 111 egg*, and Whit Feather Poultry "
7Ijf 1 time. the grading of the chicly before tens and'Pnrlna Chick Chow, fed accord- Farm of Safety Harbor Fla., have He picture *f your bird
1.J;,. they are boxed keeping out cull atock lag to direction, a. the life and growth fourth high pea with III. The IIIbe.Irecord and plant In your ad er-
that will mover pay Its first cost ration for chichi. Every pound I* a tested among heavy breed I* held by the tiling and get more In-
; that the
, are early brooding problem ban taken off the pound. There' not aa Ingredient In either Pratt pea of Barred Rock with lit milaid. lIulrl_ Tour prime-win-
modern hatcheryman
, boulder of the poultry ral.er.t. eed. It fed alone or la combination, that Second honors go to B. II. Rucktr ulna bird tam be shown
will ae a chick to die. Unfortunately with lit and third to the Falrvltl Farm
clearly' and accurately by
; This I* why more and more poultrymen
have not receivedhe
chick rearing practice Wyandotte with ....
cuts md from photo by
concentrated attention that chick production
'eeNN..NON.N.NO.N....... and the feed formula have. and Rom nine Individual record were our engraver Th cost' In
tamed In during January. One Leghorn
, reuoneble and theresults
being frank the chick trouble can In very
Nook Rabbitry and one Aurtralorp laid every day, the
Shady
many ee, be traced to some illp-gp In Leghorn belonged to R. F. Butt and the are eure.ASK .N

Flemish Giants New Zealand be management. Australorp I* owned by A. Buchel of Farm-

Breeding Stock and Meat Rabbits The Care Yom Give Counts Lot. Ington Del. On of the Lathwood Leghorn .

VV IT UAanirK"1**" SuUon Road In the Interest of railing all oi your tied with a Red from A. C Gilbert' US
II ech. Ten other Leghorn
with
n chick this season reallie that you area pen egg
.............NONJJNNO...... I. bO.ID"'J.vUlrJD' much thought had record of 17 egg and up and Engraving Department
aid .tad,'" a merchant most give to six ether heavy hn did likewise. The
his dry good business. The chick, the highest Individual record to date I* held'
10 K brooder stoves, the feed, are itandardlied by one of B. H. Racker'i Red with Itggi.
nationally accepted product*-th* same a* A Pine Hill Farm Red from W_
Fill Your Brooder the shoes, clothing good and other merchandise ton ......, tie with R. F. Butt Leghornfor The Tampa Daily

with Lake** ....._. .......* tale are product for the dry good second high place with 10 egg for
....... merchant. The. dry good merchant each. Times
FILL YOUR HEART doesn't fall necessarily because of the Note--S. C. Red should hat been
with pride and ...llif otloii. product h* handle but rather due to credited above a. second high breed for
FILL YOUR BASKET torn fault la his ."" .III..t. Good management January, II per cent.
with. fall aid winter tire will go a long way In putting
FILL YOUR POCKETBOOKWith your chick railing operation oa a successful -'
Biensy.LUKBRTI basil this season.Adv.FLORIDA'S .
LATINO. LEGHORN' Florida-Bred Chicks
Buy Baby
are national first prim wlnnors.
REFORM. yoU BUT 1..eTl6AT..
New Literature free. EGG LAYING troy _

LUKERT LEGHORN FARM CONTEST Florida's Leading Producer of Quality Chick
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assume rift The third Florida National Ell Laylag & Our chicks are In heavy demand wherever they have begs
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I placed I* any community. Ask our ""'"'om.... Hatched In a
contest ha been under for three .
way ...."
Smith .t1. Bend for illustrated catalog and price IM.
month, there being over 10 entries of different -
breed. a number of the contestants Orange Hatchery' Box B Apopka, FlorIda

Crescent Poultry entering more than ODe breed of hen Meeuber Florida Baby Chick A eooUiio

For the month of January aa average
Farms ="" .". -
Breeder of 8. C. Whit


MART Leghorn CHICK*-I***- Florida-Bred Chicksfrom
HaAyweod O P. Naynt411 per 0 Buy Baby
Taaereo-R. O P. M&tlor-llt; per 0r:8d
( per O
rci..u
B. -.. :

P."ir..I-iiii..i.k..m:: ; ; : per per 0 CB. members'of

e Orden booked en I* per enl deposit

Crescent Poultry Farm ....
......,_ r...... Florida Baby Chick Association v



Urn by writing. for ear
Harris
Production-Bret ef free bake IM ef chick leading producer Florida Baby Chicks Best for Floridagmv

Wklte Ixrhorns. Rhode Island
R.d., Barred Rocks and Jersey (Fin Ia the *ottMa> below)
@ Blank dlMU. till contest renrde Yen may buy baby ehleka Florida Baby Chick are better and cheaper. The goat Iao determined by the parceatageMa

Booklet sp, te-.*III nr eggs.('SliCKs-Valuable and from Baby members Chick of AemlaUo'is'::; '." ....... Florida enlcha ar* sector t* rate.. They travel a shorter dMaa*, seine tc
-w rite Uei Fr... BloodtiPedlarssd .. with the aseurenee that yes pea ejuleker. I* a tracker stronger .....ltJo_ change of climate te endanger them.
Chinks and Breeder will get healthy, vtcorone
HARRIS HATCHCRIE8. Bo F O. FcOHim. .blot.4 exactly .. .....
Georgia ...ted. Quality Chicks-Fair prices Guaranteed


WHITE PEKIN!: DUCM Breeder.* for Fer yew ewe proteeUoa--b y from members of the Florida Baby Chick AaaocUllea.They .
A delivery NOW at |l.I* each to II.I*. have the Interact ef the Florid Poultry Industry at heart and will serve poi
Egg and Baby Duet for commerce honestly and fa'Urulll.1.., Fee make a greater vcac with yew chick

November ..IITI", 1:111.. _I.... 114
Write today fer membership Net ef Florida Baby Chick. Aceaclatloa. Information **
Per hundred. the ear* and ceding ef baby ..1a1loU.L FREXt
BART DUCK*- '* each III per U'i; .
III per is. In lola *f II* or more.anykusdl .
Bank Fans -. Ftae**
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CHICKS THAT LIVE Plow "ThiekZ membership let ad free mfermatlea e. the ease and ,....
Mg et baby .
Brd-te-lr tress hud picked pareata I
blend teeted. III eldeet aad *>reet (- f

producer.MMeI ro-ea a* ace 1- 'ea Name ...... .....e..e................. .... ... .e.... ...6..t..... .
Roe. ., .*** ease jig ere plan

wren l Wrud* As... ,. *** aft I* sea tea are Addreae ..................................... .. ............r.e..e.r
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TAMPA LADY MAKES LIVING a few breeder bought U New' Tort she al stations. at various point to show the signed to liberate a'.* which even per.meates

1 FROM CANARIESFrom started U to rate bird for the market dairy farmer how beet to breed food and the skis of the fruit and which laIt

Her aviaries are en the trent porch of car for his herd initiates kill all larva, bug and
Page 1retailed divided lat three One ot these stations la now la open mould which damage fruit li shipment
bar home and compartment
are
bird ntlodlMTMr with sweet MM and tkrlllln *, 0.. for the male, one for femalM. tloa at Penney Farm, Fie, Bear Jacksonville Liquid sulphur dioxide under pressure U
liberated Into the when
ear a valve It
the third being a breeding 0.'" Six
*. Df Mary Nichols of Tampa should breeding Another will soon be la operation near opened It la stated that the new bag
female put Into the cage
Ix a happy ,..... Upward of Itt bird are baskets used the Tampa mad plant are under way to establish gasser hat come through a series of tettt
with male. Wire are ,
one
are singing for hr all day lone, though 1, bird building their own BMW. from material one In Georgia. with complete lucceti.INSPECTORS .

she may have to restock won, M feet had left U the cage. About eight days These experimental farms will serve
she boss telling them ot lato; especially to and each not only to Illustrate how to beet develop
after mating the ben etaru lay UNDER BOND
since a story about bar work WM printed morning thereafter about I o'clock she dairy herd bat they will be the source

and bar picture shown U a local paper. will lay another egg tatll there are fouror ot foundation stock for the dairy farmer Two citrus trait Inspectors who are
Dr. Nichols earn to Tampa from Texas he seeks to build hit herd Improve
five. When tko young are about three a* ap tad charged with accepting bribe for allow.

six rear ago to Bake her horn with her weeks old the mother U ready to mate Its milk production ratio. lag unripe fruit to b* shipped, are oat
married ....latH. She brought with her Foremost Dairy Product Inc.,
BOW
bat It la mistake to allow more
seals a under ,....* bopdt.
four ctnarlee. lacreaalag the amber with has physical properties valued at better
than four or five matlngi a year.
tee than IMDO.toa and a tale volume la txceet It la stated that these two cue are
All this w* learned from the kindly ot .0. ..* only forerunners of
Masters Plant Seller a rear. a sweeping exposure
lady, whom the birds lore so much that Management I I. la tile head of men ot th* activities of Inspectors packing
Save All tk Hard when Into tile 'large flying
the steps cage
*
who are long experienced 1* the practical house manager and grower who con
Labor Tr&atplaittinffTekeeee. the It Immediately covered with birds, phases ot dairying and marketing ot dairy tributes to the flood of green fruit which

.Te *teee. Sweet though the states birds bar different product. tome one hit claimed cost the state of
FWt_.. _.... characteristic; torn being too shy to ever
tag Plana-ed-- ...... It It practically unlimited In It* scope Florida over "..000..00 for this sea
become
toSto .La.t Back very friendly.Canarle of operation tad will expand In direct proportion ton alone.
are quit healthy and she hat
to the wllllngnes of producers to
>. re er 1rr
wn.dr.w.dha.ddrrw.ah rL.rb little trouble from Illness, though she did ally themselves with the production and

a..t.N4 watered.wl.w lose her meet valuable bird torn tint marketing plant which have boom estab
: Throw dattoo an fees dace one she had bought at a high price MOSS
'turd=.. .1.a col It.r... lished. PEAT
d .e.d feeM.. a* a singing mat.. Yea, the young bird'
=Plwi 1 8atar.B.aedesM i ... need a tutor a* otherwise they pick' up Poultry Litter

heUIhe eed eeoU, Mwsa..b.wdie.y.eMtd MM nit Uun MMtiMtime.l their ewe notes slur them and never become ELECTRICALLY TREATED Clean. sanitary cool in keeps run warm lawinter
>Mi'IwelfcBurftMaf map ; first class slngen Whom the tutor odorV summer'maintain: :' '
iMlIow. If ke b.r'l ekle pianist ORANGE)!: ,JUICE destroys condition your
......,wrl..ror.u..._ trill the high notes and then shade oft flock In .healthy at all time
MASTERS PLANTER CO. into totter tone, the young bird. listen Treating orange juice by electricity Bt Him YOU OUT

.IX* W. Grand .a... De.f. M. ('....... III with rapt attention and after a time they exciting to preserve Interest juice la Its natural state, I*
la Florid
begin to Imitate the singing matter ..ocurIt.I Electricity
kill the bacteria that canto terraentalon. -
Fist ,. : In the put the problem hat bees
hef NlhprlmhK Yea there I In It. Dr. Nichols -
money to destroy the bacteria without destroyIng ui
did know exactly the cost of
not uPkeep the vlttmlnet contained la the JuiceA QUM..MOSSPEAT
with flatb.tstn but a good mal singer brings .... machine for to treating Juice will

female for breeding, II enci_ The female be Installed by W. J. Howey, demonstration -
doe not ting, though It tries hard
of the vain of the machine convinc genuine Imported moss peat
a. at times and doe give a feeble Imitation lug him that It will do the work We are prepared te make Immediate

ot a real tongtter. There 1* alto a profit -- ------ shipment In any quantity from a kale
selling aad bird food, aa the buyer te a earJoaeL
m cage GASSING FRUIT BUGS Writ. for dlserlptlve circular and
I* usually aa amateur looking for a pet The Scientific American tare that fruit prloo.
and ol course most get cage and the nicer bug
infesting refrigerator fruit cart alto JACKSON GRAIN CO.
food and equipment somewhere.
wry
moulds that
develop there, will have to state D/etrlaatera
Pamphlet devoted to canaries, tad pet wear. gas masks In the fatur Taps plestea
stock magaslne are easily obtainable. Anyone A devise hat been constructed d.

Interested la securing publications, or

',5 ;%n) slhhl/' who weald like Dr. Nichols' add,.... eaa

get the Information by writing to Farm
New 60dw *. Grove Information Bureau, HUhbore
land. .to .e/l-wash. Ir
Tamae staving =
in*. MARTIN alee dttckMlorevMdral*, Hotel Bldg. Tampa.A -
MM et Irri.rtkm. DralM dada tcewrvis 'w pleating business that might be made
m oiMun. ...bsaawwkl'.Horwe.MtPw '
{ i neta.5 sod V.daped. .... a very profitable 0...
Vvrtte =.". ee4 May bletowcM BBStBsCrNearing

ona Drrcirt a wtAocn olioM

,g. sae sotQW .M.iw N.oreas GREATEST GOOD NUMBERFrom TO GREATEST the .


Pass 1

tonnage w* could bring the coat of handling -

and tale to the growers to a very Half Mark
law figure and that w* could do ibis with Century

..an an Increased efficiency la the organliallon. -

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"Thl tarn statement applies also la
a oar packing operations. The records ofour

association to data jw that there

will b* refuadt to the growers ranging ap

U II cent per box. These refunds are
grower' fruit la picked at coat Any
1- mad possible by the fact that Exchange

Ad $ w+r w,. balance between the total retain. for packla 'tr, t
; purpose and the actual cost of

operation ha any house la refunded la

proportion to the volume of fruit any
TKB l ION? TOOL SATIN TUtB grower mar have iblpped.

"Here again, volume spell economy.It .
FOR THE ORANGE spell more than economy to the grower All
la that this laving of tea to fifteen

GROVE cent la packing operations may be addedto

the premium obtained la the market
...M Ue Ito
This r.nl.t.rir .dw.Nod No .ehi.wiy for Beald-Bwoet trait, and often has meant

.et ....drytM ter .a..M d... / this season the difference between profit n. attw
Sash M.et kM e sat. and lot to the grower,
itad fto ks Need
Mj4e.ee.= Exchange Faollltlv Unmatched 4 t

The WMe b made el e* wMfd The operating efficiency of the entire -
iota, and kt II le.k.eUM
nil. *" "*** "" //J orgaalaaUoa at xrallwt W* have a
?
iV7 aatloa-wld aalea erganliatloa which la-
late JT TirrtJy similes mar salaried office than all
1-4 .
TW broad Tree T"" IsA>Vel other operator combined. Oar packing 1
bend in sir r.w facilities are aamatched la the state hfaayot 1,13 the year the Olga Saint Mary Nurseries lore founded
.f ..h b m the one oar hove have bees paid for entirely, r'
ow ke Me* HM SMIRUEMPER -the total citrus crop movement out of the state of Florida
be a.." making possible addition ecoaomle. to did not exceed a million 1tG1... Florida grapefruit were pre.,.
THE AMSSICANFogg growers kt the handling el trait."OrgaaUwd tlcally nnknows
certainly they did Dot constitute a commercialcrop.
a ao. ooto" effort produce result .

bide. .r..es This brief outline of the iiccee of tile
On+1.a4 ft le 7AL7 activities' of ah* Florida Citrus Exchange Today. riorW*'. citrus crop II returning ao lens thanParalleling

1 r.hw sDwd,..I revs M ow sod T7IJSDfere. It ample evtdeaee ot that fact Aa ..... ,...!...... a ,..r.

bet ot whit effort would mean whoa
/Ie ram rgaald
the
growth' of this wonderful Industry has
to the. satire Industry .b teeela
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IN raw al" be applied may bees the growth ot our owa aurferle*, today not ..., the
.. the reseal reduction la freight nd refrigeration '
I eldest bat the largest citrus nurseries la the world. This
..C.os., atw rate This was obtalaod t ,y I growth eaa be attributed to bat one thing
is.r"r. through the eoaoerted action of all. principal -
.e wee" ahlppeta through the Grower and There has been aa ever-lnoreailng. eoaststent demand for

i Shipper Wa'." 010.-0,.". citrus ilock because K hat proves throughout the
t 7".0 woof wt4 "It poets with the growers theniselve. jolt ad roar to .b* a stock that make good la every reepeotlnterlng

concluded Mr. Commander, "whether they
will have hi thJa industry orgitiutkm ).very Glen -Orewatree upon our 4Tth rear *t **rvlof to ohs grevt
with profits *r chase with ruin." .. teefe* tW Owners aid operator of Florida, wo pledge knew eoacoleamortified.
Swab W 0 kaew fuss latelllgeat cooperation, and hope that they will disease
r what this will
de-''aad guarantee It, With *. any phase of the leduntrr la which w* cam atelstOaint

COMBINATION DAIRIES .
Perhaps you are
rna Pace tooatb. wenderlmr whetkerer
l p a s sggw.e .. dairyman la deprived of his beet met te employ artificial .
market. drill...*. oar
sell experts will bet
' Thin condition boa been brought about Q
p.Catalog. (14 ego endues
eotorib"a 40obowe largely boons tk* southern dairyman bat t ; fen fll
f a.la It not bad a afflcleutly large market la the eUltle at. your *leIt ary
due 116s
... sent summer to absorb .his milk to lao build his

herd ap to winter demand proportion re* are Interest'

s ore" Foremost Dnlrr Products J.... will be ed liy la tr.II-1l grew;. geai.rotwant

la position .. take tko summer produetloa areaur citrus rn 0 e(

and eeavert It late laetl terminated e pretlte. -write bo se**a urseriesWINTKB' O.

1 milk or lee wean or ether dairy products Ikat everyone liter .
which tea .be distributed I. tuck maaaer eeted la citrus rale*
that the producer will sot .b* a victim M skenld IIIIr, HAVEN

e...-prodeellet for which there la a* .. ORLANDO TAMPA

r ma ad.la. '
practical dairy lord dimoaetrttloa. "GLEN TREES ARE GUARANTEED"J

the orgaattatloa will maintain esperlmeat-



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i CALIFORNIA METHODS WITH la older In California and hotter arga..' himself oft as ue great writers, and ... paaa a law which, will put entering upon

.' FRUFt: TIll EVESI' I.... For the growers have found prey I several occasions I have heard that one property: for the purpose of stealing In

From Page 1 ty: effective way to protect their proper of thee bird was figuring as "Jam H. somewhat, the same category: a* entering
I and ty. I will describe their method, and let Collins, the well-known magazine writer t bones," Plckett say "In other word,
spring would
winter crop erases not
... be stolen.t Florida folk decide how the same ..tll- ," la some remote 'part of the country.When : a sever penalty ouch a* burglary carries.

Which Indicate that this form Of ode can be adapted to, their own *ltntloo. .. that b.".... I always wire the Our feeling In that, even though w* have
like everything else Full facts were given me by Mwur sheriff to offer III reward through the a great many Unfenced ranched In thin
trim crooked
,
1\ to carefully nowadays Ramaey and Armstrong, of the California newspapers, for the Constriction of any; state, a man's land Is his property, just
organized and
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cording to the profit that be run Fruit Orow...' Exchange field depart. and all Impostors. That stops him I And the same as his house, and that this protection -
can made
,, measured against the rtk. meat whea I explained that Florida groan I bare never had to pay the reward.It against entering on the land to
were up against thleverv.In thieve la California steal I* very Important.
o The dancer et theft from the groves stops tile orange too -
.. I* alw.ay preeent In California when Olio the tint place, there I* no special or stops some, and makes the roe "W* have In this elate. ai I think

were and lemons bring a good profit. The state or local law under which fruit think--they: get eat their pad and pedl moet stales .have at this time organized

t. losses, however are probably smaller than thieve are proeecuted. The crime I* Jar- *. and figure closer OB the "Job" they thievery by men who wee motor tracks

la Florida even though this kind of crime ee.J. petty or grand according; to the are planning and often find that .It can" to steal fruit poultry, bags of grain live.stockalmost .
; value of the loot, everything over ,, nominal be palled oft ar the price. anything that It valuable

amount about IK. being a ghost. "How.. thieves sell stolen fruit I. and salable. Our paper offers a reward

( No special law has ever been Proposed, boo Florida?" asked N,. RamseyIn of I>0 for the arrest and Imprlaoiiiue it
WHEN IN TAMPAStore cause none I* needed. When yon catch of anyone who outers premises posted by
your thieve, and get the evidence neeeiaary California their market U<, In one
signs which furnish
our wsrnlug we to
Your Car With 'Us to convict them the common law .r two large cities, .where they_have some: our readers. We hsven t done anything
I chance or escaping detection. They would
aufflclent
Ample Room about tightening our rows, which are
: up
,Preventing theft, and catching thieves; find It difficult to ship out of the itat.
not tight the proposal I
Courteous so very except
f Treatment I had to tail him that. I thought shipping
the main
are thing, and a* law office hive mentioned, and except that In back
Reasonable Prices conditions In Florida with such a
In
California u elsewhere, an busy with
Ing lip our reward service we have stimulated -
Farmer and GrowersEbp.cialiy more serious crimes. the fruit grower large number of Individual grower outside public sentiment again ,'.alllll.

: Welcome find It advisable to take some steps for the marketing organisation offered. and we find that thieve are being dealt 5-
their better opportunities for crook Ton deld .
own protection
with harshly and number of our
more : n
o City Storage Garage ODe of the beet form of protection whether I'm wrong. It would probably co-operative group have similar rewardservice
I I. the ortlflrat given the driver of a be easy enough to run a truckload ot
Corner Florida and Polk .- Citrus group have rewards lm-
trick carrying loose fruit whenever It I. stolen fruit'out of Florida Into Georgia.
Phone liar The Producer of
3129 Tampa, Fla. necessary to haul other than between and sell It In one of the cities. But III Central to ours California have Poultry rewards. In one

grave, .Dd'p.cllin. houee. These certlf California there are no such Neighboring or two cases local ordinances have been
eaten are Issued by the packing houses. market handy. It Is a long trek into
passed which. regulate the moving of
which lnl Arlsona, where the folk raise citrus too.
at night In Konoma and Marln
tabllshnents. and poultry
And the distance to Oregon W.Dh.

The Non Bruise from grove to packing bou... no certir lug ton Nevada, and Utah I. so great that counties lessons the, and roads drivers are patrolled are expected at certain to

cats I* required a* the haul I* seldom all the prom be gone. Suspicionwould
u:2t: be able to show a receipt or bill of sale
long, and the driver move among people b* the border of CalIfornia -
which their right to the
prove poultry
Picking know where on every highway there are
Bag
who him. When be goes any dUUnce being transported'<
Inspectors protecting the state hortlcu-
be take a certificate, showing his
right to haul the fruit and this must be total and agricultural Industries again -
Injured fruit la the grow poets Those fellow would be to
lure
produced on demand by a police officer 41'
,,'* loss. This especially special patrolman who stops him want to know where a truckload of loose

designed picking bag will A* 71 percent of the citrus growers rult was going! 1 i

: pay for Itself many times of California are members of the exchange Fruit stealing Is not so common I"

; over IB time., labor and fruit that cover most of the crop California At the same time, they have
1 Another excellent cheek upon fruit I.. not entirely stopped It, and probably never iR
saved. that unwashed orange and lemons are will when orange bring a good price

Heavy full width strap insures regarded a* cause for Uiplclotf. The thieves are generally foreigner.

Large quantities of cull are hauled of about the same class that engage In s. .!" .
7
comfort for operator
the from picking houses to the cities, for sale.I.t. bootlegging, and usually have same

Buckle wit) not com stores and roadside pedler The latter knowledge of the fruit business, .. p.d- Yield;
For More Per FieldPleweDine.Plasta.Cwl
off ring unless strap I I. re pile them up In baskets, and make lars or small dealer This does not mean

moved. No exposed metalor them look abundant and cheap. After that all the foreign.born folk In Callfonla ... tivatee

you bays bought a Cow baskets and compared are crooks, of course-the majority Do*. AO Owe Hone Will Do
sharp edges to bruise the contents with the price, Dot are decent cltlxen And Doe It Better

fruit. overlooking the quality, It may strike you The real worry )just now, In Callfonla The UnflTOR Always
that orange are little, cheaper than III I* not citrus fruit, but avocado. )
Large month permit fait, the rMders Prue the ree-.r's' 0-1 Friend
New York When you have a single tree that hold TM linwwY partner TM Nuwrrnca's kilos
easy won. run 'Vied openIng Practically all this fruit I I. waib d. as .much, as a thousand dollars worth oft niioR"ii'r"iA.

I allow quick emptyingof Unwashed fruit would quickly attract I fruit It becomes mighty attractive to Tko vmrrtJ1t Co.

bag.Possesses. tantlon, and lead to an Inquiry. For tl le crooks You get Into the Jewelry bus ..II". ad Be, DeM. H turns. OkieSOI1
till* arc Bold to pedler by the packli it DOS, *o to speak.Is .
many outstanding; houses. after weaning and rejection, whl My friend and former boa. John EPlckett ; 'H FLORID Mrrrlll Rules. wrvlro,

feature found la B. other the very: fact that fruit was .....h.,d who was editor of the "Ceuntr Oil Magnolia Avenue, Tamp,
picking bag. would ihow that It had not paned throws h Gentleman" when I used to write for that
I n packing home, and wa therefore Ilk,s- paper about Florida, and who now run NORTH FLORIDA. O. K<-|>l''r.

Writ today for detailed I y to be itolen.California --add own a good deal of-the splendid 010 Olive Mm, TalAik

description and price on citrus grove ore leldoineed. D Pacific Rural Press In San Francisco.

They com right down to tb. adds a few thoughts on motor truck =-== --, -- -
quantity.The .
any
die o( the .tat.'. fine highway That e th level.

are many large grove In fact the pre,t- Flcketf paper sells tattooing stamp
eat tendency I* toward consolidation c,f to California poultrymen, by which chick

Iron-Clad the "ten acre and Independence"s one are Indelibly marked under the wlug -

of grove Into properties of one to severs I while alive -and are thus provided with

Field Box I hundred acre The owner who prove s evidence of ownership after being dressed ,

mot capable among 10 original pui HI. paper offer a standing reward for :11-
chasers of t.n_.. plots generally. bur 1 he conviction of thieve caught with ?

A new Improved field boa hem out one after another HI* *kll I heee marked chickens, a service much

with BOB breakable head. commands capital, and by Increasing th,s needed In as thriving a poultry state aa 'l I
sine of his holding t* can afford to worl I California The colored gentleman tak ; GUANO: =
This sturdy boa will outlast
,
experienced men regularly, and buy thi 1 lug a few chickens for his own persons '
two ordinary field boxes for moat efficient machinery.The ....1. not n problem out here--It I* the -:5---:

both citrus and truck. Sample fruit being practically withal i rganlsed gang that back up n motor

cent on approval .Moderate .rm'i reach of passing motorlatn, often.i truck and clean the poultry house. I1at'
considerable temptation. An occasional 'W* are attempting In this state' to hNESTFERTILIZER
In coat. Convenient .
theft nay steal a couple of boxes. ant
economical. Write.fo, full this form of thievery I* hard to detect.

Information today. hidden In private car
for the loot I* a
Fortunately, inch steeling I* not common. -

"QUALITY" VALENCIA'S specify genuine PrravUa. 0..*>OIn
It I Ie the organlud gang, with a mo- your If'l'tU'.bt......* ttarhrmlral
The Non -Bruise rtruck.. usually a light one who dumb SPECIAL OFFER Mberltnf rn excel N.t. .-

out of Lo Angeles, or some good-li ...'. plans FertlllsMFavorable -.
Co. Northern city at night and load up with If you are *. much a crank about the
Picking
Bag
111.0 of citrus trees you plant u I am but
field boxes, ready for the packing home, the kind ef trees I grow, you'II kv a grove sell conditions are
wilD make the costly II..'". In other that folks will point to as .utotuella. often equally a* Important a* plant
Orlando, Fla.GARDENUIDE. cases, the gang Is big enough to pick a De te the fact that a block of extra flat loo*- UM| grains. Peruvian Guano
load of fruit during the night hour that ulenoln'. and tangerines In my nursery are fa ant loiily the soil's brat alert a*
leased land I find myeelf compelled t*
tt Is alls to work. :::'poee ef them prior te April 1st.Thsxe a supplier. of plant food, bat also a* II'a
Tb moil effective way of topping Vslesc.1 trees are absolutely: the soil conditioner awl call builder.
such robbery la to offer reward for tb..nt best that : can buy. Tw-yer-old
w'i:
These offers mad buds that caliper, I Inch t* l\ Inches. on W* are sole Importers of growing
of thieves. are yer-old root ioek. both rough lemon andsour
by local grown*' ...OCI.tlODD..*, by .rose.. Bud are from the finest Val- Peruvian G...... Order direct from
the xehaag The reward Is generally >ola* la Florid and I give a sworn statement an or write .s U ream* your reqnlrmnnils -
or affidavit covering-* crisis of this
for future delivery. ,
and It acts as a stimulant to police
90. stock: and .* personally inspect the
officers, as well as bring Into action a parent tree r.O':. Ilk*. The tangerines. are
volunteer and sometimes .u eour stock and are all t yr bud. There
hoot of patrolmen,
are none> better. NITRATEG
Informer are superior t* you can
Mow Mnch Does It Cot I. Money f buy' Surprisingly little, compared with till > ef this block quickly 1 *nt efferlns
them, first come, first served ease wlti IES
protection secured. There I* something Order at Tae **ck fob. at aunery Com
attractive about a reward that make peepie and get them or we will d.uvor at scab II
you are In- the market (or tree tats I* your
anxious to tile Atthe
vigilant, earn money.
The catalog .f the Royal Palm
Plc your check to this sad
Nurseries lo the last word' .. same time It deter thieves of the oe- :::..n. toner eovorln ..amk.r .t .:: ae.red. .'
tropic ,....*. Flfty-ola gages Regional kind and add to the risks of :! Order aoeoptod subject t* prior aloeeks p,
uthentle ', Informatlvo. Are- will he promptly returned If your or.r :
Illegally Illes ratod. Hvory (ardialovor the professional, who measure their op- .. cannot bo filled. Addre** W D. Bperry. 1401-1405 Lynch
should have a coy .....,. stations like good business mm and pick ;:111; Nurseries 41 W Mala at, Lakolasi, Building
for reforoaoe.We nothing that offer chance of a getaway .-
are always clad t* give ,or* and a profit.I ; JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA
runs attention t* Wqelrloo bayIng
t* do with the aulwblllty of am told that the reward actually
certain plants ahrvko or flowers paid cat by California association* each
for epoclflo localities Whoa leas than thousand dollar
season ran a ,
of
you 1' for your free copy
our ..tal... be sure to uk. any aU told. The money Is posted by the lo-
euooUou. regarding your particular eel associations, and If earned. I* paid GROVE IR]RIGATION
.planting probloina.ROYAL out of association fund, and the ot to

.....".. ..... the Individual" member la too small to b*
of Protect your trove against drought and aWe let> a good crop of fruit for next year
reckoned being part general expenses
PALMNURSERIES have a .large stock": ef engine motor,, pumps, sew and mod pipe' I/et us gsring
I ... testify to the efficiency and ever your grove for the necessary: engine>: data aad submit plan and ipecl*
eapneu of reward For, while I have (tetlo** for a complete iI>..al"U... Writ 10! far iHtoreetln* literature and Infer
"
mss zso" sever had say oranges to protect, there nation. S
... Florida have been times when thieve tried to
...*..11..... JIM swipe my reputation. A certain kind of D. E. FISIIBACK Phone 631 36! ORLANDO FLORIDA

Impostor ***mi. to delight ta palming;





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: GRAPES IN FLORIDA CITRUS FRUIT VALUE AS
WE MAY LEARN MEDICINE
The bunch grape growing Industry .f
I The Encyclopedia: BrlUnalca la .
FROM THE WEATHER MAP Florida I* do* tor great expansion and II being
cited by citrus trait grower
a* one
even now accomplishing It. In Florida the
authority. I* answer to
any aceptlc who
__ H, WALTER t. BK1HKTT.! (Met weather nape have been mad U the landi the second Bight of the cold wave that It la t wonder that grape have fall to see tb* value of.Gltrll' fruit In
United states. twice dally for more than la likely to he the coldest, for then the Their drawback for the treatment of laflu..... In th* tblrteentL .
lagged frevloualy wa
I* yr. but In all that aerie of nearly wind baa died down, and radiation froth edition of that work on page lit
forty tboniaad map, w* can find BO two round already chiliad causes ancaaalr ... early decade In this state the refuaal .C of volume It appear the following: .
Ilk*. Bpmetimee w* find several that cooling. If clouds begin to form, the vine tolaat.. Thl wa caused I by "Bealde the wide spread all at the
have many point of similarity I and may however this radiation la checked and It stubbornly planting California and North. fruit .* an agreeable and wholesome ar.tlcla .
b* Hid U belong to the same type, bal 11'11not be ao cold. arn variation her, which wr not salted of diet, that ot the sweet orange
cloMir examination reveal difference The present winter II.. not shows i I abounding In citric acid possesses la a
Hot It I I. tot>nr climate, and they repeatedly paaaed high
Only by tk* study of those maps. well-developed cold ware type map bu degree the antl-acorbutlo properties
and their variation, and of the following we hare had more morning with treat and out ft the picture. that render the lemon and the lime 10o
weather condition that w* can make forecasts temperatures near the freezing point, than But thai has been cured by developing valuable In medicine; and the free con.
nmptlon of that fruit
we have bad for many winter past W. everal varieties which are Immune to root In the large town
Weather changes In the temperate ion have not had the strong northwesters rot and to the attack of phylloxera the of less England has In the beneficial winter months doubt-
are controlled largely' by the area of bit bringing' la the cold air with a on dden a very affect on the
sturdy root stocks of the present day II... health of the people. The
juice
and ; aom".
low drop
barometer that drift across the la temperature, but we bay,* bad
lag longevity records of from nine to 11 times I* employed a. a cooling drink for
country from want toward ....1. These many clear cold night, with temperature I
.r.... determine the wind direction, and solos steadily down. The cold this winter year for the three moat favored kind: fevr*> .. w.1Cor making n pleasant
beverage In the hot weather"HOG
velocity. The air flow toward the center bas com from off-ahoola of the western Florida Beacon B. W. Munion Carman.
It low barometer bat turns and flow plateau high pressure area theee offshoots .
and atlll BO deterioration. With the car-
around the center la a counter-clockwise oomlng.down ever Teta and the PRICES
direction. The air flows out from the high moving slowly across the gulf and the lag of that fatal old defect grape are The farm price for hog o* January
pressure area, but turns and tend to move gulf itatee. Thee off-ihoot have been ot sate In Florida If those rootstocks are uaed
around It In a clockwise direction. nl rather small intensity, that I* the baromiter They are all blue black ".lIpekl.." wit llth was nearly I per cant higher than
direction from which the air come determines reading were below..4t, and there year ago though this doe not apply
to a great extent what kind 0' has never .been much of a low on the Atlantis the blood of the Labrneca to give quality. to Florida hog, where price declined h
reinforced by the root rot resisting bloodof per cent. ao says tile Department of Agr
weather It brln... Southerly winds are coaat. But a* they have moved
..arnl. northerly winds are cold wind lowly arrow the gulf and gulf atate, the Aeitlvalla, or wild grape of the culture.
from off the ocean arc charged with moisture light northerly wind have brought dow southeastern United State.
sad cause alondlnaaa, possibly rain, older weather and calm, clear Bight Other grape from other p.rll.r the ,
wind tram the dry Interior of the country ban bean very favorable for radiation world are now being grafted successfully (
are dry and bring fair weather Under theee conditionsik fall on these .basic root Block, pmerVIng both !
During the summer time the traveling In temperature due to :' : foe has taken the long bearing feature of those root
arm of high and 'low pressure usually place from sunset to sunrise, the lowland. with tilt other feature of the graft
pan far to the. Borth'of Florid, and do end the muck land especially suffering Thus Florida I* now railing uccful
not control our weather. During this .".. from heavy front and local fr ..ln.. Th I I IF a whit grape loved la the north-th
son the weather hare la local with light map of Dec. II and It, Itll. llluatrat/ I Niagara, which when through the grafted
and variable winds. oa shore In the .rt.r. these condition. On the morning of thl8th I process become the Waapannka just as
./ noon, off shore at night: with thunder a high pressure area covered tb.Gult largo and luscious a. It* northern forbear
showers probable nearly every day. During ot Mexico and temperature wen but much earlier ripening here In Florida
the winter the high and low take a more low over the gulf coaat. There were no which l.all.1 vital to the fucceei of bunch
southerly course, ajiit control Florida very low temperature to the north la fact grapes In this atat.
Thus Florida 1* now railing and shipping /
weather coadltlon
It was almost a* cold on the gulf coast
The typical cold war In Florida li .* It wa In tba middle Mississippi valley I., small commercial amount tb.wblt. .
caused by an extensive area of high pressure 0. the lath the high was cantered over Casaba, a whit tlghUkln (Vlnlfer) i
which more southeastward from the the Florida peninsula, It was warmer over grape Imported from Hungary. It 1* much iI I
Rocky Mountain region or the Dakota, northern Florida and tile suit coaat but like the California Muscat In quality and
over the middle Mississippi valley and the over the Interior of central and southern flavor. though month earlier In Florida
gulf states, while an area of low pressure Florida temperature were near fretting than Iti California cousin In fact It Isthe
I* moving aortheaatward on the Atlantic ud heavy fruits occurred. i earliest ripening trap Jn the entireUnited Clouse I
*oa.t. The high pressure area give tb.pu.la. When there I* considerable wind movement State It ha ben( developed In x
and the low pressure area give the temperature Ire fairly well distributed Lake county by Dlckion and Truakett now
pull and both push and pull are necee- vr the state. and they are not tilled with the Florida Grape Grower. Crawler Tractors '
rear, to bring In the cold air faat enough mack lowr near the ground than thy art no., and bas always been marketed In May

to call 1 It a old war*. The amount of oa the top of the poet office bylldlng la ,early. are built W last, Throughout r
fall. In depend the difference mad. But we mutt mphaitia that Florida ,
temperature upon Tampa, where the official record la
to b. successful with her' bunch citrus Florida be found
In barometer between the grapes may
reading The 1 length wind the greater will be the r
high and the low, upon how fat they are local difference In temperature, especially must raise them early. They must ripen these sturdy little machines I
and be rolling before the tremendous
moving and upon how cold the air la over when the sky la clear. When the sky I*
that have
five six
from other part of this country given or
crops
the Interior et the country. perfectly clear and there la BO wind. the
The map of Jan. IS, 1(11. I* the moat round surface cool very rapidly at night, are on till rails.Therefore varieties. that are not early years of consistent, satisfactory -.

recent example of the cold wave type. This b y radiation to"tke sky and the air' I* In this Mate must be dlacardtdr And service and are still going i
shows the center of low promote off the contact with the ground tools by eonducoa. -
land which does not lend lIMit to the
North Carolina coast, area of .. The cold air la heavier than the strong A Cletrac will
.W IIIdl': early ripening of Its grape most b* treated -
high, pressure cover and lower warmer air and flow toward the lower with disdain by .Iantel'l--If they would stand many ;years .of active
Mississippi valley and the weat gait atate levels, collecting In pool of cold air' I.low make money on their Florida grape service.
Freezing temperature occurred that mornIng place. Low place, and especially That land may be planted for home consumption i'
on the gulf coast ait Penaacola, and muck land are thus much colder on clear but not for foreign market Cletracs are built to meet
aero temperature war reported In Iowa. calm night than are the higher land Inn Perhaps the beat emphasis that w*
The minimum temperature at Tampa was extreme cam, last winter the mini OaD lear with the man who la considering every requirement of the .
45, or 7 degree below the normal minimum lII.m temperature at the weather bureau the starting of a vineyard In our Florida farmer and grower.
for January. w. only 19 and there wa no front In slate ti t* reprint the price received
The next morning Jan. tlth the low Tampa nor In the luburb. Tt one location for some ,of our United State grape, Strong, sturdy, powerful, 1d
pressure area had moved northeastward a very low spot within It miles These are assembled from the February .
to the Mew England coast and the high of Tampa had a killing froat. Issue of the California Grape Grower they perform efficiently N

pressure area had advanced eastward and The surface on which front la formed Ne ..oral..... be pointed for It I* only every type of soil. Loose sand [,
southward ever Georgia and Florida. A must have a temperature of II degree the early bird In grapedom that gets the
temperature of IS wee recorded at the mad of Ice or heavy muck-it' all the
or' less for frost la up trystale worm of satisfactory price Florid cant
weather bureau In Tampa at Plant CityIt and Ice cannot form at a tempera- I" those high price, bat It she plant same to the Cletrac.
was II. at Arcadia 19, and treating tore above IS. This temperature of II, poor varieties and late ripening one, she
temperature covered the interior of the however may b* confined to the surface will get a lad surprise Inatead. To be Built low for close work
Ute down through the Everglade, *vnM itself and to V very thin flint of air I.eontaet successful she must plant early varieties. around trees ample
your
far mouth a* Homtad. with It. The temperature of the oa her high land to market EARLY OVT- ,
This wa only a moderate cold ware.Th from air a few feet or even a few Inches DOOR HOTHOUSE GltAPKH.: power for large implements. ;
*'mp* preceding thai freezes ot II11, above this surface may be several degrees These price her given are for lllleragea Many other outstanding /
u... 1115. u... and HIT how similar above treedng. Moreover some surfaces at the respective shipping plat- ;
condition but more highly developed radiate, or lose hut tester than others, orm*. Freight Icing and selling charge
with a greater difference U I barometer and assume a lower temperature, ao front keys been taken out of them but their vantages.GET I
reading* I between the high praaaure area I may form on a composition roof and notreat owners till bad to pay the vineyard care FACTS
aid the low pressure area, and with much form on vegetation nearby.T costs and for picking and crate. out of r
lower temperature over the Interior of know what one la doing In trying to the price given Learn what this wonderful
till country. protect against froat. It la really' necessary Per Toae.lIt. machine is doing for others;
Preening temperature may be expected t. bate reliable thermometer A thermometer Table Grapes . ... .o.. .$ 2sCalif. what it can do for ;you.
ever central Florida within 14 hear after should b* located a few feet shore Win Grapes . 26Fresh Mail this i
: : :: : :
: coupon.
.a map allowing the three following char- ground In, the coldest part of the track Calif. Ration drape ItantanauaBrla
ctwlatlo: garden or grove, and should have a board .N Y. Grape Belt. .. II
FlraL A large area of high pressure to a few Inches above It to protect It from olmdal.. N. J., Choice Grapes 4*
the northwest with barometer reading of radiating directly to the III,. A thermometer Fla. Cuba (season May II to 21)) Itt #feOGDENMachinery
10,41 or above a* tar south sod east a* I* a better radiator than any kind of 1'1.. Paupanuka (season Juno I to <
Oklahoma. agitation, and If not ao covered the temperature July I) . . . . . 200Fla.
Second. An area of low pressure on It Indicate la It* own temperaur Beacon (season July I to 11) 171 Co.INC. .
the Atlantic coast with a. barometer readIng .. nail< not that of the air, nor of the The last three recorded a* printed '
I of 1*... or below a* far aotilh ms Cap. egttatloa. With thermometer properly bT lilt California Grape Grower were .
PI lira.. exposed, was I* able to make allowancea obtained from the book ot the Florida P. O. Hoi gone.
Third. Freezing temperature tomewter for local condition When the forecast Iafor Grape Grower, Inc, with vineyard at TAMPA FLORIDA

on the gulf coat, between northweet heavy treat and a minimum In the ontererd. Fin. r
Florida and Taia city, of 4t degree, for example. treating They are ao early with their tint two Seventeenth M. and tint Av*.
Under these condition, the tempera Dr II may lie expected In tile lowland and named that they dictate the price*-- Phone Y-II'S_Y-447* 0
tem fall la determined by the barometric muck landa on a calm clear night. A little their ,1.lIorlll-tor those two varieties,
gradient. that la the difference In barometer .wind or com* cloudiness will mean and set the price early. Mail" Thit Coupon for Complete -
between Oklahoma (or the enter of mporatare not *o low, Florida grape most be early to get 'Information
the high goat or aouth-of Oklahoma) and 1C In doubt about the accuracy of a the big money. No one denies Abut Catfornla F
Cap Mature (or the center of the lowe tllarlllo..ter. a vary simple check may .b* grape are good but study their

son its of Hatterea), as follow: made by filling a glaaa or tin cup with 1222 failure commercially.
rtraU Gradient of ..l. or more'allot shared or finely powdered Joe, pouring too Monsoon Gentlemen

30 degree or more water over It, and inserting the thermetera. *- time when frost might b* eipected., FigIng Plea. send m* complete
Second gradient of ..I* or more fall On account of conduction ot .heat ft movement ol the center of high Information about CXKTRAC
f ..t It degree or more.N aloes the stem, the readies will probably promote toward the aoutheaat and Ii move Tractor without obligation
N Third. Gradient of *41 or lee., fall of not go down quit to II, but should go meet *f the enter of low pressure toward ea toy pa",.-
leas then It degree, within a few tenth of a degree of that the Bortheaat. It such centers appear wall

Danger of tract or freeze cannot b* said point It It doe *o the thermometer maybe developed, wo can tall whether tile map Name .. .. .......'...... ...
to be over aatll tile barometer fall decidedly treated as fairly Accurate at critical: oa Yrle* a threat of cold weather or not

or natU the wind aklfU t* the mperatare It It ._. contact can b* mad by lot.. Address .... ..... .........
ortkeaat and ooatinuee Iron that dlree- The bent Indication 0 are gives by the phone with the nearest weather bureau
1 tics long enough to bring In the warmer morala' nape, a* then show condition office, or other source ot information, and
.. .. .... .. state ......
'J4 air from oft the gulf ."...... Thla meaaa just bout 14 hour Previous to the time the> morning forecast obtained by 11 a. m.whom Cur
that the center of the high has paued to when frost might .b* feared. Th afteroca frost or cold wave la threatened I
the north ef a*. la the Interior ot the map I.* of great value, a. this shows warnings are telegraphed to the poet__ II I
gut. And especially U tow and muck be.otrle condition I* hoar before the t.r* of all Florid town of any tie*.



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FARM AN"D' GROVE CT' Thirteen


THE VEGETABLE MARKETBy to muck a* they did. At tee close, the eoninmen. It 1. ad Mostly by the Latin the .rep. grown In Florid a* the Rto )
COU BROWN. market.. Mostly l| to |. for fancy element of the population. Grand valley to. ;
quality which. tome. low la view of the .
Despite the heavy supplies and low
Moat everyone who bag eoualoered the I
Prices of practically all Florida vegi. supplies and the generally good qualityof prices cf Mexican pea there was a fair situation carefully believe that Ships f
liable, bale followed a more Ort lees oonflnuou reduced tile stock much Tomato value have been market oa the Florida pea .ff..... Moat .... of track crop will rna heavy during '
downward trend for pant a* by Inferior quality aa bycompetition. of the receipt told for 11 t* II per small March Th beet way te meet lhItnatloa I
'. with the exception of lettuce and This la evidenced by the .
month hamper Considerably more Florida pea to by close grading and wide filer '
which Improved under lighter fact that while all of tile outdoor grow .
Maine were received at New Tech than la former tribution.
efterlDP. The almost ...almost response tomatoes have been telling at low prices years bat practically Bono la other
'Sot produce dealer I* that supplies have the hot home-*tock ha told fairly welL market a* they depend OB the Mexican l
Either
bee too heavy and that tile quality and better packing method or better Import.
'pack bas been only fair. method ot culture are necessary la the During the past month. there. baa been
Florida tomato S ) SERVICES
Indnttry. STOKES |
., That the dealer themselves were ... tome tendency t*> overload New Tork Red
r,able to foresee the Increase IB production After the tint ot February lettuce and oa many occasion, the other. market returned vmsas x
I* evidenced by the heavy losses they have remain value began to Improve and by lightly higher price The dlttrlbntlon NcatptrT
take recently. String bean have been a the middle ot the. month were back to of Vegetable doe not appearto
losing deal for peculator and cash buyen reasonable level (,.Ia. 'Tbl* was mainly be quite to equable. a* with citrus fruit. WHY
if. became of lighter receipt It receipt remain More attention could profitably b* givento
and IB New Tork alone many tbou- are Florida Grower satlafliid Wish,
t, sands of dollar were lost during the last' reasonably light a fl to II market this phase of ...trillat.... our vegetable Need'BECAUSE
few week Dealer who received OB during the next few week I* not Improb- While the crop of Florida winter vegetable
7' commission have not lufferod to much although able. Most of toll supply I* moved to New .hat been heavier than usual there .
their commission have naturally York and Philadelphia and It would teem baa aim been an increase la supplies from 'hey are ....tin. Results
a* If a better outlet could be developed other potnte. Cuba shipped t7tIOO
,e been reduced by the lower price range.. ASSURE BY
Compared with a year ago at this time la some of the other center such at Chicago pound of vegetables to this country during t
,. receipt of Florida vegetable In the chief Pittsburgh and Boston which at January com tared with .141.00' Proven Stocks
; market have been anywhere from 10 to present one very little compared with the pound for tile same month ( year ago High Type Purity
two market mentioned. Texas shipped more vegetable this ....0
Germination
1" per cent and even more In excess of High
Escarole prices moved up and down and ba mad big Improvement la It*
Under their circumstancesY
\ last season. l'M-
Auk the Growers Who Our -
price have been much lower, Cabbagi with the inpply. So long ti receipt it packing method which put It on a par k'.r
tor example, ka averaged about (0 cent New York remain at T or I can a day or with California In this. respect. California "
u basket lower; lettuce baa been bout an lets tile market rem.IIII'fairly good but bas also increased Its output particularlyof FRANCBCSIOKESiOD,5EIDSMENiANFOkD
receipt' of more than 10 miscellaneous kind of vegetables.
equal amount under last teason't averipepper ,.; car dally play I greet
( and tomato about tl per crt havoc.aJtf It. Escarole I* ot limited appeal However, It to Texas rather than California FLORIDA
lower and string bean hive been just It were being given away It which" will bear close watehjng since California -
I,' would not greatly extend the number of I. mot successful in prodeclmg
80 ... .
half with .
bout price compared last ..- =-,=- --- := -:- .- ..
on'* .,.r.I'. In torn Instance the _. -
Competition of Import or other Southern I
sections ha played a part la keeping
prices down to relatively low level .
Florida. has hipped approximately
twice a. much cabbage a* last season anda !
good .har* of this ha com to New $810.do $ Q.40 -Box
Tork and Philadelphia. However theme per
market might have weathered the storm *aHBW
hid It not boo for other competition because
the old crop shipments were lighter
Texas began to ship heavily and the bot-
tom fell out of the market In that state
which. had aa unsettling effect on value GRAPEFRUIT
generally. Considerable Texas ebbag
va* offered IB market that normally draw
most of their supplies from Florida. To
Hake matter wore approximately 10(

mrloada of Holland e.llbelwblrl we Pine Island Groves Obtain
'ot needed at all-were unloaded here isis Top
peat month and till further depressed
lie market. Under the circumstances It for "
Price Early Fruit Grown
o not to b. 'wondered at that line the
;,rut of February most of the Florida cab-
.tog* has been eelllng for f 1 to II,If per With Bradley's Fertilizer
hamper, delivered la norther market
String beam sold for fancy price dun e
Ins early January but after that time
supplies Increased sufficiently to cause a CITRUS growers appreciate the advantage of get

steady declia Instead at price remain- the early market with fine amooth-tex-
Ins at highly profitable level around IT
or II per hamper the market gradually tured fruit. It meana top prices-prlcea such aa I

declined until they were mostly fl to the |8.10 to $8.40 per box for grapefruit obtained
II,(0. not only at New York hut at Boston, 1
last season by the.fine bland Grove Company of
Chicago and other. centers a* well. The
quality of the bean baa been very food Fort Myers, Fla. '
for the mOlt part but the Increased cup I
Pilot aid the competition of green pea Bradley fertilizer ,("A A QUALITY") grew this

and other vegetable had It. effect. The fruit and enabled the Pine Island Company to ship
price of green pea bas been lower than
ever before this winter and retailer have two of the first fare from Lee County. Early maturity -

been offering big bargain In pa*. With and fine quality were rewarded by prices that
green pea offered (t 11 ti, II cent per i '
pound It I* probable that they have affected were the talk of the county

the alee of trine bean which have Read what the Pine Island Groves Company of
keen mostly, 10 to It cent per pound at
retail. which W. G. Master la Vice-President and General

There are few green vegetable tbat about AA
fluctuate with greater suddenness than Manager says QUALITY" goodnt

string beam and It I* well for growers togo
low about plunging on this crop. "Tw W the aral eve chipped frees Lee soil and Tice 55sa4 I'c--W. eemlsd 04,10 rw':=.:.";: ee.la: .srr.,.+,",,.tree rr.
The writer hat teen string bean ell for UM Stele were supped by The two can for __......,...
lit a hamper In New Tork and jrltbln aa.10e3aa.40 pee box New York Aactkn, which Iwo *
eUceleo the of Ike fruit aid .. of the
three week time seen them refuted a* being quality th.th' :

Ton worth far lea the thaa celery the movement freight charge has not pleated frrtllMr wllk./B.r.F..w-. f.AA'QUALITY; j.eu used Bradley.. IIer-. the certified fact from

Mr. Haaanoocki
been to heavy a* lot season but It I* beginning (Signed) PINE ISLAND CROVES CO.
to catch ap. Dealer anticipate IH JI,..., Lee Co.II., !fopt. 28, 1928 ". have every rvaMW to b*well pleceed w y* rBndky't
that the movement for the balance of the Fertilitm* CAA QUAI n'). My:....,
season will be ample for trade need and Brad '*. Fertilizers! ("AA Uel year, was la a rundown eanilltla*,and was ....
moderate price are la prospect apparently.The II lag ma Neither a .eunfartoryyield nor tttUriorjjuelltre4fr.lt.
northern section of California has QUALIFY") produce these re- Today this Mme RTOT, after I bed
practically finished Its *..... and mostly suits became they are manufactured s erd ifndler'elsoni of the dhow prove ID this aetgb
odd and from there lJbneed a c*.* ends are arriving
.Cld.'cltrua ...11..... pe'rull..I. omdHtoeLto
a thrifty
la
the terminal market at the present of crop*. abloom
time. There I dlttrlct In the extreme leli' pM out
a Grower of roves being "levrulsdy 1e> :kI'QUAlJTY> FertHlatnd
! onthera part of C.llforol.---tb. Chula .. Ike .....tH ...
bronchi from failure) to tuoee Fee have gives oe I. e acrtlosi

of Vista line dl.trlct-"Iell quality stock that has a will smell b* acreage movingto ** in"a ingle canon" by the e1'.... "*, Prove.((51.( ......) WARREN: HAMMOCK r

market toon.On ne of QUALITY" good. ei st.1*a. (].. .._, PlMlle C*, fir
difficulty with all of tile celeryat That wa the experience of Mr.
the pretest time hi the lack of strictly '
Warren Hammock of Clear
fancy dock. There I* a fair proportionof fir time be Bradt./. Fertilizers TAA QUALITY") show tlwwo
the t
water Flay '
stock that I* passably good yet not fancy ,...jreeull because they represent more than 60
' enough t* command the top price Just year of practical experience and manufacturing
a little closer grading and better balancing kill devoted to the production of the right fertiU

would help the price of this ttock. labelIng Her ___.; mere for Florida citrus tree. Bradley1 contain only
attention could alt b* gives to the pk UK wee
of celery crate a* torn of the label .... ear err 4rw the choicest plant-food materials prepared sealer

bay* a lack of map although there area ----11I--.. the moat eal'f'fw..leDd8e supervision to Meet the
--......, .
few first clams oa**. It would not coat exact teed of your toll and your tree
a':eh mora for a good label Job than a
If
Act
cut
poor 00"Praeooll" Delay may your profit now yon want
Red tripping both kelp to aaake silos money out of your dtrn crop. Let

value. Washing ta also of value Is the Bradley1 prove their ability to produce bigger,
baidllng of celery. The washed and preeooled BRADLEY'SFERTILIZERS better yield* and out for,ou.
Mock bas averaged at least SI seats Seed (W tMsr errrfee books tnbeieeo.ellmt or track
Her orate more than tile tock In the rough. ....*| Ml ml helpful, practical_.......
which I* quit aa Item oa a ft to |l market
While celery prices for the next mouth
or se are not likely t* hw much Improve- Bndlrj** Fertlllecn "AA QUALITY) are ads by
meat neither to there the um danger of the wewieT large ertill.. _.. tw % O"'Y
breaking the market that there le with yeewe W l erept right acre l florid.. BU
beans and eabbege. During recent yean "AA QUALITY MeW dM* gwnelM .* ..wJHy the <_. .M
th* beet celery Prices have generally boos ( ) Rau hsame ems the M.t.1i "" ,'". ".u QuA....

during the latter half *f the _II. MM IT3468614440toll ".
Cuban vegetable have eat Into pepper -
and tomato to **ue aa extent although % silly .T

tomatoes from Nassau and Mexico TUB AhliaiCAM AOtTlCUlTUaAl CUUICAL COMtANT Iaekeoavllles 'FletU
have affected tomato value ertously.
While pepper supplies have ..... of moderate XtJ [
proportion It I* difficult to andoraed
why. value should. have declined





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r Reach 250,000 rural Floridians at 8c per word. For further particular address Frank R Hammett, HUUboro Hotel Bldir, Tamoa

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PLANTS AND SEEDS NURSERY STOCKNURSERY I RABBITS

llAWRFIHRr Plant, Two million stack paper chill peons. satsuma MAYS BIG protif with Chinchilla ,.b lt.. LEARN INSTRUCTIONoing
eyed MlM'oatry. Two mlllloo., pure bred and Hamilton orantea grapefrorilmmoo .' kumuata R..I mony .......... w.lt. t.-r..t. ..11C".r. aolual wort "' .. .p:
f.. .proved Kloadykefed.' p', 11. Tan *. kluo_ berry troeo. roiea.RpoeloJ .... Ranch. IMa..... Col..do ...tla..I... writ. MendVy: Count .jf.wiT t:.'
lamed and .p II" pan tkouaaad. W IL price on I lo 1* foot pecaJohngon ., Writ h."., Fla
ou. Bald, Knob. Ark*. Yro.rl.., MontU-fllo. fie. m RAINING RABBITS offers many mony mak.
;. W. nl.w lb. beet pay- INVESTMENTS
/ :ADQUARTERI for strawberry plant W: POULTRY P1brw.da I* Ball, garden*, It. Petersburg, :
tar. 11 acre all leering varletlo) tw WB PAT 1% oili 'avlnaBuporrl.ed' by
to Ater, ML.nary at PEAFOWL, P.......,.. bantams !lo1...... BanklnaDept. Writ, for
u ut, delivered aw'where a "lest" A. l4arae pigeons. tr00 .1.0..1. John Almost lI.tlD'do.t RABBITS-rte*, yours pedigreed Co",tai.Ired. ; .f".lt* BulM'"a' rms.
goes Nocatee. !florid. Iowa, lea 0.00 a .:: New :.rJ., '.
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: ; CHICKF.erred rook. P...... .. :r.p;;;; ;;; 11.10: Bio Whit. From/ Giants.t 60) While ak.enrTRACTORS
> 1W CROP reeleoned Carpel Inn H. d. train, 114 ** per 1**. Light Brthmaa Ana-era*, 111 00, Matured breeders llll.riorlda. .
Hundred pound, III tab, Weodvllle. M..YOAOR .... ; i
less, Tone"ad Whlto Lh rn, Uhtppar An. Lasalle UarAwaa. at. Petersburg.
U reraueoii, THE NEW modal Tea
Weodvlllo. MleiIRIDA
"Caterpillartractor
eoiia |ll' *. Bur from a rd.r, Bluo Rib'
\.. and Bermuda ..10. plant. sew be.i Poultry Farma Ora..back, T.".. Ir YOU want tree Illustrated oak" 0. rte... .oil I**.esp It dally I. li lorlda1.declined& tr.ot.r far muck Bead and for candy literaturI. .
610 lot shipment Cabbage plante, N0, FAIRVIEW Quality ChlckaWyekntr. from sdlIfred bits ducks! turkeys or "plueon*, will live arreaco and crops you farm '
:. :: /IOa 1,000: 11.71 po tpaid. Orate mal a, Tanerad, Ferris Wblt tit furnish Writ, 'owh McDonald Bulgarian I Riverside Viaduct
1 plants S$ 60 R a b. D./nee Bermudalea Mabood H t III par : R. lI..n..tt.,. free Informalon bungs. Hili. J8O".o."III. .
either crystal ice or los bO0 ilr.r.4.o '" ralrvl.ir .Po.ltry Farm, bor 9 Hotel ..,d... Tampa, 'orld.' .
.! .. too. .01 peat. Sol Oview. Lot-; ..
paid. Crate bill a ., )1 L D.neae. .- DOGSRLECRRIC COLLECTIONS
Plants ...... esd f. pl...o p.q .. TAKCRICIxa Imperial ); i
merry ..,...d.d. r. R. BNwe% power and high '..kr'i.. NOTES acoounl. claim* collected ...,. i
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D..In.. To' ... Write for d.eeriptivo 'a..r.Sam H. Bon.... pomp. 5 :' perMat'condition; -her. No charges unless colleoted May, '.
I Lavon/., 0. cheap. L. B. La B lest/old, Florida Collection A*...'. Somerset, K,.
: MARVEL Blackberry !,*

...per rt Mnade kundwl, Fla, (.. H Drake. tl-l IIr TA.dotivery.loyinghatrtnei'sof babf. .u..a.i BEES AND BEEHIVES REAL ESTATE FOR SALE

five on*. two throe and *
i AHBAOK!! pl.nll. too lie, ifH pnpald. chicks at low prl.... ...II.u..t attractive 8 CYPRKt$ HIVES K. D. MAIL Gulf rata. ARTESIAN I-ARua > *nt U
vv, c mm*. < prle. High quality. for I... "' ....,. Write log and Factory Price CoastB. llll Perfect n'I'. ::. Paul
f ttAROLOSIO tmate and Ports Rive potato 1M",. George, hate Match..yj Talmo, 0"I .. C0. Bounce. La B Dlclrm... owner Ruskin, .. .

P'Mlt. II 1.1 IN postpaid., 600. C. MAMMOTH WHITE Pekrn Baby Duckllna-a, fOR BAI.D -II.acr* lake front oqulppod
trt"Farm, tunla (lord, ria I II II; II 111, IM III Prepaid live dolly- I BATTERIES poultry t..m. HIMa. T.rm Oewge
\ : flood. t..: d.I.._. try g..ruteed. Order from thli Adv W H BUT THEM direct from "' !'W.'. .'.DI.. Write R...*>n. Int.rlack.n. Florida. __
anywhere n, '.lIAd. L, 0 WINI.. ..... COl' rhoenett, 0..... South Carolina. for prices and ,...... Marcia Battery FOR BALE--Two 1 -aor*, I :PO.IK
....1. Florida' HELM Accredited C.I..... Loghorns. AD. Camp..,. Atlanta 0. County oranir vrov*., on 1I'I rear=:'. out-
oonn till Reds Barred Rocks III Wjaadoltu slots Highland Park at Lak. Wales. ria. Maa.
al.1: VCT cl..Ml d early speckled velvet. ;
'; Realtor write Paul J. Kruesl ,
II II buehel, Certlfl,.: bu.h velvet brpiegteas.: 111.1.. Catalogue MolmHirtclnrT. IRRIGATIONna. any Tenn..WAN .or Cbatta.n.oga
I w e.white.panlab Paducah Kentucky.
MhoL B'lect farmer* stock small
LAftGIII stock n' -1.0" OD used pipe Jij Dear tom .want go ...,
ptmiul, III! Beveaty Pound Bfi SATISFACTION .uarankeed ft.d.M''k' .
Bourbon ;
.I. ( .. ..ale.aria prloo. paKloulare. IA, !
.llgree. Ciev.land Big' Boll Cotton V.e4rlonn.d :o Holland, Browse .t wide Haven. ..Iorl. Plain ends BONN
( and 1tFaded8.10 hundred ... bT ':'otk While Pekln ducks, II.71. Toulouse! ; with now threads and ...pll.... Popular tMioecopolir' JIll.... ye ,
H rainier, Trnnllle' Cla. .e.e. 14 .Thonp.on..rhBarrMFockirala. Rock .IS.'for grove Irrigation. Fria N h" For
: /.66. $.ow Crook Farm, Md-r, further partioulars address D. 19. Flail. REAL ESTATE WANTEDWANT
r 1at.KO. Knouzh I* kill I* tree* II... .BO-KO1HH N C.WHITII. BACK Orlando' 'o.ld.' Phone 6386.
r_ompany. Jonestown. JoII. TO hear from owner bestow. farm for
Wyandotte Chinks bred to lay III IRRIGATION lyTaMS: .guaranteed trot .. ': five particular and lowest price,
l TIU RMOND Gray Watermelon For per ......rod. goad for kookUL Falryllla protection, Brook@ en4.rgr.and and everloved. John J; Black. Sot 111. Cklpvewa rail. Wla.ceneln .
the most profitable" the beet eating and Poultry Farm Orlando, ria. orange grow. garden and laws ....I.Ir. .
thlpplna watermelon, buy your aeed direct tie systems. Brook U B ft L .' '. .. ". 1
f'om propa tor of this moat wonderful of GIANT BUrr Minorca.. Meat and white 1171'.5 Morrison Avenue, Tam n, Florida.I" FARM WANTED-Ca.b for your property,
nil 1 w.t>rm 'loii. C A. Thurmond. Perry OalIlHHtONAHY .gIr. II .s n II. Prepaid Chick. tea farm bulnoa* or reoldone No matter i
Oeo. HilMtll.; fanrla.n, fla where loa.t.d. Free l.iorm.Uo. International I
STRAWBERRY Plants II.IIkoueaod MISCELLANEOUS Ralty Co, Ford Bld... Detroit. Mlaly"
.. V. P. Baiham Xountalnbura. CHOICE eggs and birds from the world famous .
Ark.d'oel. Tompkins R... Burs enough Rods; RHEUMATISM will (ladlr l.H anyone .
"n'muilmlABr hew I was cured In four days after tworeara TREES
"B'uy"MriiTfor'beiit .
KALK Boiwood plant end ...b.., :: tamales $3, it mal *. terrible suffering. It makes" tee dlf-
;;1.'tr: a il/ll :
H''n>e UnnnJ M C. Rldd.IL Lisa Va.l : *, wonderful lay.ra Batlatao- what form you ha'.... It you or* out. DEPENDABLE: TRIES and plant*-Pooa.a.
INFORMATION and booklet. en an 1 kind at tlon uaranteod J. J. Tarkrouih. HeadlandI. ,..1... writ Dept, 1. Bon 111, Little Rook.Ark. P.r.lrnmona, Pears Vacation, flu ma.
farm supplies. machinery and so forth will. Alabama Orapea, Blue berries, Tuni Oil, Hardy Sotaumas '
Grapefruit, Kumquata, B. *o* and Or-
>i mil ";'.':.:0' r.qunt.: Wrlt-Trnk R CHICKS select' tock. Hatch ...ry 111,III SICK and accident policy paying III 'nental*. Writ .*. Summit Nur.
Hn,m <(. n lion Bureau Hllle.HKKU Thursday 100 S. C W, I..s horn. and heavy woeklyl, cover mofo than ea /. *; coot ::.Je*, Monticello; FloridaAGENTS
bare Hotel Tampa,. FL.CARPrr mli.d 114 00 par 1H lit barred rocks and $1* lull year Wrlto P. O. Box IIM. Birmingham a:
ORAIII pounds .ISWoDdvitee R. L Rada III 0... per It*. Emerson Hatchery. Ala None superior for ot. Wanted
W I!!!!.'" MI. Brooksville. VlMt .'m.. 10',000 farmers. WANTED

BOURBON RED 1.01 atoeS. WATCHES CLOCKS, jewelry. all ....rlp. XhENTS tOur
IIdaya Turkeyline
VELVET BBANS-Barly apackUd ::m -No money reQulred W* tart yen:
/ Oeceola and Can till C. W, Leghorn egg.. $1.15 per off of tI your'.pairing by enactor mechanic Send line, paps toilet article food ass
our ordure. T H. Smith "n"n 0... ,- C M Emerson, Brgok.vlll.. r''.. u Iota., before repairing, inured If charges Ketlmat un of..t1.coat. household ......IU... Pull or spare' time.Earn .

TOUR poultry profits depend ,hickeacyou aolory. wo return" them at our eipen. Rot big profit right In your homo town,
PLANTS AND SEEDS ,. : have steady incomes) w* bow you how Free
hicks. state ercnceo, Blnte Bank of Orlando. Reliable
be yEngii and Wrlto
high : aamplea Llnr Cos
tested production, Watch Repairing Cain any. II North Orange Lout _
1:VRRBBARINO r plant*, larae solve ftept. 107, Bt Me.
hundred:: : purebred stook. will your problem Avenue Orland.Floriits.MINERAL _
variety II pr pe.tpald. I* Hat.Ssway bii.ctrieall1r, hatched. closely culled. "Just a [
Ilak.ly.I Cla.8KLBCT little hot ." Writ. tor Mu.ole : RODS Satisfaction guaranteed HELP WANTED MALE
Pheals Hatchery. Ar'c. or money rfundd T. O Robinson, ||.frialn ,
reland early Speckled .el.tt., Veto .
Illlkuehel. Certified kuik. velvet*. llllfcuikel BABY CHICKS W..d. Nothing sG BUN-WOMFW. 11 UP. Government Job.
every
Select farmers stock mill WhiteDpanleh but hl.h*.t ... 11..., Kocli., Lair ANTIOVE cod B Qullte China andeaorlptloa llll Ot.|lll.II .....UI. .te.d,.. 00..4u..tlon .
peanut 14 .t'I' Pound mat horn. Wyandott*.u.l.( (r... tlbrt COPAmunlty -PowtnY tTara.lowait klit.rr and usually auffloloat. Valuable book
IrdKreod Cleveland Cottoa H.lch ry, Blbarton' GRIMS' Gash price. Art ft Craft* Shop, with' Hat 1 po ltlon -oampl coaching-FRKF3;.
recuaned and a-r.d.d |l I* hundred Ik. bat i0t Central Avtnue Tampa' Florida Writ 'Immediately Franklin Jnelllute Dept
J, H. Palmer tVnnllle. Ca. .I' ptd jul'11 Colton, state artl P 41, Rochester. N. T.
.... 4099lint, 1-lash staple: and kotur HIOH BLOOD pressure inexpensively ....-
ALL, VARIETIES Cow Peatpy Morelia.0.- Buy these oaida and save lift per bushel or con, .. M. ... MEN-INTERESTED Obtaining Information
vet fiujUL foamit*,-TeJIa-reed Cbvela.d Flora Gram. 1ft the banner cellos county Stokes <;.t'I: .IUr'aj.dr:: :: about work I. Sots America writ.
OirnaoTKaT: Write, for good 'I..I..t Mar.phy ot the wO'Id. They are b.tt.-.h... I. a South Americas Serrlc 8....... II....
A I'.I er. Yendenwill, OaMACHINERY "aeon. Local agents wanted, a very liberal PLEASANT root sully, lo..o.nslvnly ever- Alma. Detroit Michigan

(a.ml..lo.',....iy"Coitoa Writ R.ad.Ca wire Waiah'.chl.... p"o. T.Mills aa.L .dd.tames..*. any T. A.tobacco Btckea,or Mohawk Snuff;habit.Florida, .had DON'T your LET garden IIIlmeT. platy Nate shrubs or diseases or [lower4 spoil

W. B. lime"Btat* 'Kealaterd'lBreedeV' NATURAL LEAP TOBACCO. boot trade writ ue deaorlblna your trouble nod w*
O B HAMMER MILLS aldw. Grist Mill. O. WHITBI Lo g hrn Pullati d ff rent' .ii'L guaranteed chewing 6 pounds 811 13. 01. will immediately adobe what to do. Address '
'*. Bvaaa Impl.m.atCo Write for pried C T. McMllla' GainesVille Smoking 10 $1.663 f Pipe free. .1-:...* i iMired. r- Farm ft Grove Department. Information :
AltataGeergl16. a. Valley Farmoa. Murray. Bure**. Hlllebor Hotel Tampa ..


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HARROWS
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'er11 Zej F'> I year-old I ,.Toltew ever:blooming a...., I Know why: Write for ht ratttrt and informationcolore.

y White or Trumpet NarclaPeonlat. '
for /L FARM & HOME MACHINERY CO.
r a I t* I er.a, aaaoHod I for
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Hardy Muma, I year-old dump DISTRIBUTORS'

Cal'lrpYlTt. 11-Uoh, 41 for .U or Orlando' Florida
." lee for ...
Japanese B..k...... II ta II 4* lot

r ll'duro'of'all Prime Winning Olad.lolua .
+: assort.rJ, 60 'or |1, or !ee for
II 10. Alao, PREB, II M.ld.n.niuck GATOR HIDE MULCH PAPER
with .... *( lit, *r 111 forIII .
Ice fro
4 4 Olant Darwin Tullp u..rted. Ill PAYS
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bed la;- Ryaelth 1 for IIOlanl .
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All Pot Pmld. Find out how and why.

T eO"R''WY Fun Information from
tP : Z. J. STODDARD

?A 1DA MU Holly N. J. PENINSULAR PAPER COMPANY

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CITRUS LAND



First To Market Always Means Top Prices- '


I am ."..1. atoot uaaenal form acres of ... Th* Mil U a peculiar rook ...11 was.u... eeeeatlal U early willtysa.aiitlj
land. located la ,..(amMlNy fruit edn.ottlei e, Hanaloo Tko proporty ad Join, th* famous w Urovo tad oltrao, ,1aI... her*
t noa1111blob bas coneleleatly west Florida ftr,\ mission trot W market oaeJi aatck tile oarlloot markets. sad oomOwad lop prima.

( yon. tko a whole or In II. Mo* 41 Mr**, oils to east
i This treat to afforded absolute protection front sold ky the at otpaaa .*....l"M: prlc to r1. ..wtl. oatufaolory arms may bo arraaced
ef water wkl.h practloallf surrounds its Palma Bola -* Mow. Taai
Mar t* the North and Wool with Sarasota Bar .::.8f.Jrr"of ktealoo to tko I' you saptemPlate planting, a rrorv It win profit you to fully lanotlnto Iklooffer..
V..t sea .t..".... A lower .......t..* than II deem has ...... POMraoordod lag for r. :r.-: jaa you find oltroo land oxoro Id" offset" .. awe -
hard ooaeUteat kick returns om Your (avwtmeato.WRITE .

TODAY FOR FULL INFORMATION. MAPS AND PRICE. ADDRESS OWNER.



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FARM AND GROVE-SECTION' Fifteen




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MRfl. CAPT. RANDALL


Dwelling la the heart of every wo- for the reason li they are easily contented

iiaa I* the desire to b* surrounded with la any situation, la Florida and are always .
'growing thing, the flower, the child and expressing their contentment la a
food for the table Outside of the Waimeawho riot of bloom. Among my-mall today
dwell In the- hotel or apartment. It Came a catalog listing a doses bulb for
b mewls true that almost every woman leee thin a dollar, and nut year the new
la our state ha a bit of ground she bulb will b* proud '_r.' of halt a
sea call her Own. but many time she doses baby bulb each, to grow and fill!
does not know Just how, on that ugly the garden with their wonderful coloring
town lot to work out the garden she ha If you are at all Interested la these flowers Aft
pictured mentally. For more than II that have sprung into such InetanU'
yean this baa been your correspondent' eons popularity ak ai for Bulletin Yej 6 '7 .
privilege to make new garden la almost from the agricultural division ot the Catvoralty -
a* many new homes, and today I am tan of Florida It I* full of the mol
lg a town lot with abmlutely nothing practical kind of Information for the
e on It but sand and t few palm tree, novice. .
,and the thought came to me, "Why not One of our efficient Florida clubwo
work this garden with other women a* men, learned from the Horn Demonstration -
dismayed ai I have been'" program that It U easy to combine
This week I have taken like tint Itep the useful with the ornamental. Her .
1:?:Ai boar at the desk, planning this sand garden apace was limited, 10 she planted .
plot The very tint thing ono must do, about her flower bed row of parsley,.
11* t* decide definitely what I* to be the which grew 10 proficiently that she Bold
t I. flower plot, and what flower are to grow several dollar worth, and covered the cool
"ft. It, and then the lawn may be mad of her flower garden. The following year
around It, for today In Florida any out she planted her tomato plant next to the
may boys a la.... I bare discovered this fence, staked them and her flower grew
,:, by very careful .study of the local _d. about them, making a moat attractive bit
p...'. catalogue, and later observing the of the garden.
law* they have written me have been Whenever the homely flouraack li 1v
planted with the various mixtures mentioned In Florida, there arisen a question r l I
j Shall w* not follow the advice ot all a* to new ue for the subject under .
landscape gardeners, and arrange our discussion, for It has served the bone
flowers In a formal plot, however tiny, IB almost very capacity from tea towelsto
', with the flowering shrubs relegated to sport suits hat and shirts for the
,I the rear corner of the lot link About men The sack ha been dyed and bleached w
our homes facing the street the plant gone to school, church, and flub meeting ,
that grow close to the ground. This will always fn new capacity, until the subject -
bring the laws and house Into an Intimate Is really almost ,exhausted but may
: relationship and If followed by we tell you about some beautiful draperies
:neighbor will result U great greed apace we saw this week In a very artistic home
'of lawn down the block where the sunlight Behold It was the flour lack. In all It*
may play across the grace during glory which had boon fashioned Into window
every hour of the da,. Now we have draperies, tied and then ,dyed In the
outlined the plot, we may get down to orchid shades and war beautiful beyond
"/eal work. Enter the rake and ho and description. If you do not know how to
f Spade, and plenty o$ ambition. do this, and have BO ,bom* demonstrationagent
,
.:. Now hall w* plant the lawn with' St. ..ear. Jut tie the draperies with
,,. Augustine plant or load the plotT After tout cord every foot of the length of the
much thought and study It has been material, and then wet them thoroughly, How About Taking a Fine Homeless
our opinion that It li not too late until the and dip them up and down In the dye

middle of April to use the law grass bath until they are the shad you want Boy or Two to Help on Your Farm ?
mlitur This I* planned 10 that the them, any of the nationally known dye ."
quick growing iced may cover the ground concern will forward complete directions
Under
with its lovely green while the lowly for this work. Scores of Homeless Boys

growing nod In the mixture I* taking Just now Florida li lovely with the
: foot. TIll loll should b* thoroughly pul Lupine reflecting the blue of the sky, Care of "Florida's Greatest Charity"Plead
a verised at least 11 inches deep, a.d,1f It In their bloom. No flower 10 attractsthe
ft a new soil It should be sweetened tourist a* the clump of Lupine along for Good Homeson the Farm.If
.' 'llh Urn a week previous to the sowing the 1I1.1I..J'I I suppose every flower .
!t, ot the eed. Our next consideration of lover ha endeavored to transplant the
-ours* U the fertiliser, and any good high Flower at last one, and It I* almost Impossible
to d the beet service for boy''"" will help the
want thing the
yeu you you
trade brand with the ammonia pbophorlo *- however, the magician who din
r acid and potaaa, noting about three covers flower wonder ha bfoifht to *. have ever done U all your life here Home Bmlety make room for other
to five pound to a hundred square feet the annual lupine, Luplnua Hartwgll I* your chance little homeless boys,who, are waitingto
'G Do not aow this with the seed, wait fouror and w* may purchase the seed, and have B come In lover forty chlldrea ace
r five day, and then cornea the day garden fall of bloom not only the blue. 'The Children' Horn Society ef Florida en the wx-lety waiting IM now) and
when ire broadcast the iced. After this lieoBpleted which li *o common in our state, but also -which has Ite headquarters laJacksonville you will be providing some help for
you must supply the moisture. the pink whit and a deeper shade of but which ha three youraelve*-for theee boys will of
It should have water every day and If the blue. It grows to about 11 Inches In Branch Receiving Home at Miami Bourse be expected to help about the
an li very ambitious, look after the young height and bloom freely making It Invaluable -, Lakeland and Feneacola_hM the place' out of school hour
and until they are and for mass plant
plants morning night In border, Asset bunch ef boys-homeler boy
eelablUhed. la a few days the tiny green ng. The flower spikes are long and from six to fearless yean of eg* Think It over, and then write the
blade will greet you and the land plot iraeefol and sot of the Class that wither I II. somete Superintendent Mar* a C.
-who are more than anxious t
belli to b* a living: thing.: a a few hoan. Plant these seeds In a : "Dadd," Fa", III Saint James
sure good home*, with good famllle
hui lawn right
But perhaps you a high shady location. BulMIng, Jackeonvllle, and tell him
'new, but till grass growl la poll with Jut at this time you are plaiting your who live la the country-on farm, the age and kind of boys you want,
treat apace of land marring the effect summer garden This year Include a I....., oto
and he will end you an application
Dig np the lawn work in cheap manor generous planting ot the flowers that produce
of his worker
have
blank and one
'. and than sow some of the lawn mliUM the bin flower, the cora flower, Most of theee boy were railed In the
Of court you know one can use tile Ital the blue MI, the royal blue petunia, lOunl.r7'-en4 are accustomed t* the 'com*, to talk the matter over with
fall Ry for quick work but the graaiaile larkspurs, and the bin Bad lavender life and duties ot the ta.- know yea personally, without any expense
** sows with the lawn mixture, will abodes of the glad It' only a bit of hew to look after chicken, live tock to you. TOil can never render any
die a* BOOB a* the cut warm the weather summer psychology to plant these cool and do the chore en a farm. They service that will mean more In your
appreciably. Now shall w* all begin to looking flower aid relegate the Crimsons are boy whe have lost their own Bfe-than to provide a good: home for
make that garden com true about out to the winter garden. home and people p.rmaD..tI-O.nd en. or more of theee ho..I_ boys
home, and loin la the great movement Did you know that our common sweet
begun all over our state, through the potato, placed la a Jar ot water, with are sew feral wards ef the Children' OU, TES-There are plenty of home-
garden clubs and city beautification, the the leaf end at the top will grow into the Home Society-which society I* tryIng lea girl: too-under the care of the
county and state organliatlona to make loveliest indoor vine for your porch or to place them In good country society--who are needing home junk

Florida the one state that I* full of flowers living room? Lat year ono grew on the hemee a* badly a* the boy W* bare sons
and green grass III day la the year sun porch until It was more than 10 feet pairs and trios of brothers and motors
Nut month w* shall tell you about tin' long aid the leave were tlaged with the All the Home Boelety asks I* that whodr to separate. Perhap*
flower plot most glorious red about the .diV" >*. Everyone tamllle who are willing t* take one trio g"
you would lake ss/r or a or
who ew It exclaimed over Its bear or more at theee komelee boy*-b* of lheee> humelee* ehlld....
i Clipping for Th Homo Maker. ty, during the four months It grow there folk of good character and habit*- qeah..e themof all ads from be-
If yon bar transplanted cedar to that they have lufllolent lucerne to blee
{ year homo grounds and watched then provide a fairly comfortable home o. up.

wilt, turn brown droop and die, perhaps DARLING DUCKLINGS and at leas a gytmmar Wheat ..duTES. INDEED--we will bo "DEE-
yea will make ono more effort remembering Nine oat of If of the ladle passing -eid Goad the boyd to church
LIGHTED": t receive contribution
; what a florist told m* this week the duck exhibit aid acting the display *
and Sunday school. and treat them la of vegetable, meat chicks. *. ****.
Thli to the Urn to transplant the Native of incubator ducks pat oa by Mortal
eedar. Put two dollar tree la-aa eight Randall exclaimed "the ducky darlings"Aside every"war ao member ef the family, preserves syrup, honey, fruit orhlldrea'
dollar hole." Aad keep It well watered. from Incubator duckling. Mr. The Home Society win tell you all elotHttig, whose, hatn
Randall, la separate cage, displayed aide beet the boy---hi* good and bad etocklife ef any Was or kind. >
r by aid, dick a week old *p t* II weeks teaks If any-hi* family history-and
While I counting my new peliala
t plants that was I hop will be of the awglorloa old. each week helps repreaeated sad will plaee the boy la year hem for a TOU BET we need money to carryon
blue Pekingese ribbed proving that dub grow very fast. fall rear ea trtej before. yes need to our great eU e-wl l* nea-eeeUrlaa
royal my
I Mallet my heel and waited to b* lavltdt Hundred of other displays of poultry Oak. any asraagemeat for big permaaeat work-mor* than anything ales.-and
chicken aid turkeys
i. Inspect the plant along with m*. ..- dickl. geee oare will gladly welcome Mfttrtbutloa for
made the exhibit at the south Florida Fair
How was Jut recovering. from a bad ease any amount hi* or .....11. Make all
held. Rabbit
use of the beet ever eoaysmad
,ol eye lifectloa, and I want to paw oa I pigeon were also exhibited and aaaary By faking one or mere of these boys check payable) U R. V Cevlngten,
this Mt of laformatloa t* the home maker avalry attracted Bach attention. yoa will b* doing a fine ChrMlaa Trrer.4 Bead to
who bare pets that may tome to grief.Tb .
Information wilt ear you .... I*
ease of eye Infection la dog*. go to your PINEAPPLE FERTILIZERSThe
druggist aad bat him mil a tire Far oral preeewt indications are that the The Children's Home
elitloa of ArDfOa.d plate one drop pineapple le coming back ai a profitablecrop Society
la the eye mornUg, BOOB sad Bight. for Florida this being especially
tU the eye clear, and BO nor infection tri In ease tile tariff la Increased on pa- of Florida
shows At intervals daring the day bath baa place coming Into this country.All .
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with a warm solstice ot borael acid bold- the material I* available for eiperlmentatlon -
lag Ibo saturated cloth ever the ay*. la the way of fertiliser for Stale Headqnartcra, 428 Saint James Building. Jacksonville, Florida

table flowers pineapple have bee used by the slate JUDGE W. H. BAKER, President ,..
It yoa waat for everyday Experiment station al Oalneevllle, the remit .
la the ,..r, plant "Glade." TIll b* given la bulletin NO. Ill, copy MARCUS "DADDY" FAGG, State Superintendent
preeldeat of oar garden lib told m* yeetertfar of which may lie had by writing direct
that May on* can grow gladiolus U the stab j



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You produce citrus. You bring it t6 maturity and pre-

pare it for market at a considerable investment of time "."i.> .
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Will you ship it through an operator whose brands are" ,.. a
unknown to the Nation's consumers? ,
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Or will you name it Seald-Sweet or Mor-juce, and cash in s ,,,
on the extensive advertising and merchandising campaigns ''

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