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 Material Information
Title: The Homestead leader
Alternate Title: Leader
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: South Dade Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Homestead Fla
Creation Date: June 11, 1929
Publication Date: 1923-
Frequency: daily (except sunday)[<1926>-]
weekly[ former 1923-<1925>]
weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (June 14, 1923)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1931.
General Note: B.E. Archer, editor.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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Succeeded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Leader-enterprise

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THE HOMESTEAD LEADERVolume .




VI-Number 120 HOMESTEAD, FLORIDA TUESDAY, JUNE 11, IH2\\ PRICE FIVE CENTS





ONE VOTE DEfEATS' CHARTER CHANGES i I



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105 AGAINST- I I', OPPORTUNITIES The school year just FOR ended BOYS was AND a difficult GIRLS one !FINES IN STORE FOR THOSE1YHOREFUSETOOBEYORDER- f I


I in many respects for Redland District students,

1,. AND 104 FORAMENDMENTS owing, to illness and other handicaps, and the oppor \ I "

tunity to make up grades, afforded by the county

summer school just beginning in Homestead shouldbe !
TO CLEAN GROVES OF FRUITFirst
eagerly seized by those students who got behind

I in their work through little fault of their own. The !-.
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Included Provision to Give I classes will not be crowded, the teachers will be able I 1920-30 Avocado Fly Quarantine Order Has. ,f

Bond Voting Power to devote more individual attention to pupils: and ; Shipped by Ernst BitteThe Force of Law, Aide t ;

Back to People the environment in general will be more conducive 1 to Newell Says !,

first avocados of the 1135 -
ONE-SIDED LAW SEEN to learning. *> Irt shipping season l left Homestead ONLY 4 DAYS LEFT I, .

r" AS GREAT HANDICAP The ambitious high school boy or girl will ,be title moraine when E. O Rltt shipped FOR REMOVING FRUIT
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three review of the fruit to
quick to take advantage of the opportunity present.
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:' Grouping of Amendments I ed to shorten the preparatory training for college. ("hlcacuMedfly quarantine regulations. do Committee of Thirty Aid

as a Whole Cause With two credits offered for two months' work in not prohibit the. shipment of n o.cadoa Growers to Meet '11 11iog ;
after June 11, but every ahlp- June 15 Limit
of Defeat summer school, a student may eliminate one of the Mont must have a certificate of

0- four years in high school by attending summer Inspection Wired by <', H. m""'(t nl Only four fay remain' In which F t.

r 4Hr tot defeated flue praixwdhmondmonla school this year and next year( as the credits for the : or Stacy H......In... federal Inepevton. ,. growers may comply. with quarantine 1i'
whoa, Offices are In the rear
to th) \lty charter of'ttomeMMd two summer school sessions will total the number of 10' the t..III.p" B nlt. ....r..r..1 order lo remove all mature j."

f'. Including ono that credits given for a year's work in high school Thisis Kram HV"nu* nod ),t. W. FlnrtMr citrus hull frntn the tree and from : .

could have placed th* power to not advisable except for those students who get : ..*t. Hemeeiend.BUYERS the ground by June 11 and recentaJWea

I vat bond bark la the hand of would be advisablefor ---- to local government, Inspectors -
their learning easily and it not
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hold out this propm& .f fin**
t. the people Instead of leaving It them if it were not for the fact that only half- IMPROVE ranging from |l. to tatO for those .
WIth the noufiell. .
a body of sevenmars sessions will held school and who fall to obey the rullagwhich. 1 '
r tad the mayor. day le during summer
It ban eetabuahsd,
to** ) dennKely
t A count of the balkit rest Ini there will be a month of vacation left. wheal. sum I GROVE HOLDINGS ha thwaanW effort .. Sao

'L1I* ejection held today, revealedtfitfth mertt school) closes. ,.".,,' ,.:: A 'letter Written' by Jeff ('taap. ..
ot.'t 4 for approval pin *ee*.l.n' to plant A>mml.. '
SILVER 1 1I
i, .. 1"wdt xga ipproVaT"4G''tk wjames T Wilson: nncioaifSfPihe'Honiesteadand I IN PALM Monet Wllmon Newell and sent tot
"kmrtimSnta iriakfni'r
a total *,1 Florida City schools, who is staying here a '. H. HteffaHl. who with Mary
only I ]ee -
vote cast k
hough
a appre.lmate.ly week than he needed to to that the I HawkIse I* In chart of Medfly 1'1'
690 peraon* were "u..I.1 longer see summer Capitalists Prepare to quarantine Inspection In this sees.Bottles
Ifled to veto ,In the olectlonIn school gets started right, put his heart into Come to District the question a. tfl whether i

addition, the to proposed the bondvotingmn.1ment changes, his work from the time he came here at the beginning in the Fall or not the order to remove fruitfrom \

te the charter provided for creation I of the 1928 fall term. His work this past year grower the for trove.'nfor<.la emeat left with a belief the t

ef the office ef municipal has been mainly in reorganizing the schools and Preparations for m6r newcomers Mid to bo prevalent. >n some ..u..,. : a

Jade salary by dividingthe of the mayor duties ellmlnatlon andthe i promoting good will and discipline that had been all are being| made In the vicinity of Item'I .t the dlatrlot' I|< part ..,.

Silver Palm. U O Huntington Jrmtlred ..'[Phappln'l letter I* aa follow:
of the commission formerlygluon shot to pieces by too much politics on the part of : Rule ".U requires that all alt
the city clerk on dillnqunnt principal, superintendent and board members in the boat builder and ... .. rue fruit IM removed on or before

h tax"..: sakes notify. with all the requirement that preceding year. He has won the confidence of both of t ntoniit (trove and tong l..1 I June It If tin grower dose 0.1comply
taxpayers promptly ..
hue bought t* arrrw with 110'r..I.' *. which has
students and and the
when taxes are due. '-nunterslgningof parents public may well ex. ,
of law. It will b* Oneihly -
the fence
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f t K VTymnn l
nn oppositethe
l.che| < ka hy the finance iom I ImKteenian I pect great things of him next year.Year's prate < out 8a
and nenllon of a puhHe __ __ ___. uMrllow. (ilHr. *. en.Is hnvlnft for any ltlan 10 super,
and
warrant for his arrest alocal
utilities commission for I planted to .adnafrank .
mar avo from10 1
fine h'm
l Judge < an
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efficient aunwvMon! ..f the. light I, Marriage Revealed by Girl I.. HH.Iire. New It",.hill., I. We
and .
water plant.1Odipatlonq ,' N. Y.. lAwyr-r, h... ....rt... building The committee of thirty. composed ,
Member of H.H.S.
Class
shortly after nnonwere Marryingest of growers and business men
that a tight tote would hecaet. : a rokl-iKv 00 Ma t*-aer place on when
meeting
At one clock only, .4 bat farm Un ....... never tllK r Palm appointed at a man "
lot. had been .voted i No longer can Hom.----;; 1'.1.' .......'.. "r Pearl asked see II'I drlv' *.. Ton. Sierra or the trove the e" quarantine la scouring war the first Odder annoum this
fCwaa generally conceded hit I.(lev* that a wnma ian not keep didn't think rear! had got marIrted own-
and aiding active
the Kelly wk urging
ha hen
formerly trove
the amendment had' a tang handlap ,a comet for a HiiHatad ,lrl'n.a".d .I and In all Inverlly. J replied. planted to Vale l ., fin. .f. Uj oft hi getting their fruit off the
<' became of th* requirement that | (tuad land. no child: Why. Mr.WMtoker wP ( H
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out f the groves
la keep the moat M tree and *
the five ant I had made ttair. In 'will It pUoled
proposed amendment b* | our plan the toavoeadna. f and
head the
wars
toted on aa a whole.Grove i portent event In anyone'. life a to send her t* college neat year Extensive .UmdataplntIII mean Waldln* lub-rommlttoo.ai ha Active I
__--.l.- o.t ret for almost k year without When she told' me aboii* her "' .,- and
set off the now rmldencehit charge of trraniwnienta trovoowner
even her mother knowing anything place Monday night. you could haveknocked
Owner Now LL. frair moved
Bn .. a ho went their
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I'about It nntll th* young lady wa, me over with| a feather" '* M la Mid will roar M 004O advised I
Will Practice' Law Also reedy lo dlvula. '11. Th. girl In Mr. RI"". thv' eon of Mr. and t. MNiyth. paint m it"fa,,turA M the dumping with pito I Mr aw Walden 1nr
:,. _____ the raae la tint" ... until Sunday ;Mra II K. Kli'b of Homeatead laf. ha* l bought from Cart Fracases Wyman tlvdlandKatrlot night she was mppeeed to b*, bits local farmer Both the Rich 'ultaral A Chemical ('0. It aero, -
nun. graduated from (hol'ftlvralty Pearl Whllaker daughter ofMr.a.4 and the W hi taker* are from Georgia and he plans to come dtt'wn. In Ik*
of Miami with the d.. Mrs. .J. K Whltaker "Who" ..*.JIll and ram her* About the ..... fall to occupy 'The aliwHHi ratdn Catholic Chapel Here
tree of Bachelor of laws Monday a grocery .a.re and filling; Mellon .lima, although they met here. Nine, o* The .rov.. Has Us First Wedding i
flteqt will practkw lav and have .. the turner of W. Mowry street J Whlt....ker amaze here with her. pronto A Rybln. of Nw York .1tyretired '
hb Office at Ma grove homo. "'''h,*, and W. fMXvnd avenue. The.' ID "'I. The newlyweds are stock broker who awns a.1 Tile first wadding ever held In
Palm U.I'd.....," but he will make |II' become .known that since the nuking their house fr the present adjolntn that of Hugh I Ih* Homestead Oathutk Church I.
hill practte, aorondary life' Intrela eighth. of July It,.. she has heen'Mra. with the bride-troom parents, ..e.fl. ::a..* at Cooonut ftrov", wilt chapel wae performed Sunday at
.. a* a grove man and aa a beIMnrer i Hiram Rlth w. Klnrt. MnxtDelinquent develop the old Graham trove .( 10 *. a,. by rather OKeefe. real- t
In co-operative marketingh The marriage look pine In Fort I* acre,. bought by him. wveralno dent print, when Miss Mary 1.-
wild In an Interview today Lauderdale during ..hoel vacation j Taxes Bid ..th age from K: .... Wymao., toni and Jasper Alocnla. were unit. i
Mr. Wyman with Jibs fife! and loot year A member of the class' by plantlnnancoe* and all kinds *d In marrlat The bride I* the I
In by City of HomesteadThe
two May I. 701/, on account .f his, aa 'th* marnrlngeet elaaa la' tIM copied. by Mr. and Mrs Marry tOf Homestead. and tho :
health Today be lea member of I kletery at the achoof. Mia Whit city ha bid ,It) delinquent Wolf wilt..* _........... and "..w.o.n>oni I* a local farmer
9-th* board of director of the Oliver aker--n.i. Mra, Rlih--decided. tllal1.1t city of Homestead I....., and the ornamental tree* will .b* plantedIn The Catholic .chapel wkkh I* '
Palm Grower AmoaUtlon. a member would save herself! from the clerk the foreground.Coaet kKMt.4 as f C. Viral street IIN'i
"(ly ta now busy making out .
of the committee of thirty and good.natured teasing and rhafflnir ------ -. KroiRe avenue. was. established
tax eel .errtfi ....
R a llve-wln factor life of several of her. claaniat. had In > prvparatoryto Guard Beat 3 to 0 here about fourteen year at., aci r
Rare veiling 11,1... third Mr and Mn Aston
his community cominghr curredafter embarking oat the sea rdUif t*
... h<' sets vie*.|ireidnt nnd matrlmoay she wentjm living : parties Locals Ready for Copt Waldln. oh were the principalfoundera I
general manager of th* NorthernWvator 10' her parent and helping them I Of. pol.ntlr lax income *fl I. but the present pester to I
To. Minneapolis and Win the ......* whet I'r.' ....... "II..aa6 l only "'.toll had ..... After ,,ooe-.i.lnr the CoastGuard the first resident "rlooot that tao I
,l| r grain marketing* .rgaal..- a- paid I* the rise Ikroeth JIIIa,.. ....1 1 ... 0 at Laoderdale Sunday rhnpel+has had .
t.. : I I "ot evaluate In arts and .," lot bat we never thought any- for payment In June--up to Ih* steady ball all HID way. the total ,of the church are looking forward
.f the Inlverally of ,, 'n'1 about that .becau** V bad I first Monday In Jtta., when the tram la kit got for the Miami coppers .... hi thy cnmln. of the boy*' et .1
Iwo IMh t**"** In low Mrv I..... calling quite' often before faxes were hdiill. for ale- '. four of )Miami who will tad choir *f the church at the L'
'.11\ was obi* 10 ft hta law dere from I "" rid ...... WhIUk.r when tax payments are till practically com I* HomoetMul Sunday for *n- i tie ri..*.", coral tables seat Hua-
lav University of Miami !. one ...*.. about the urprla today.1 i iTO" I* pw cent abort It war said at I other attempt at a look-lo if rJ day U raga high na.. at 0 a at.

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a "'tr."on 1"roof..dIar\" fOWnwMWnat floss Hornaatdkd art, Hk lx, kI i ill. H tlaltaber during tine S "I'

I F f:. W In Th themses,40, a I moo. Ron Even. ear* Rollf year .
,rfwart for uawrlor work In tbiJt Ctte... John; Pkrman. Allis, Vann -.-
In and Jtroimd bita] I/t *'.**! KatMrtn /W'j Marwan*. Mritari The Htt and ,.,... ,.

I f ,. k fart _E kJrtb>n. "''''m. \Jell.. worth and their i l/. spin' .tbhtldr.( ..
Mr and 1I."rr hntttlWW* and i.selte Lki'e" llitloabetk Papua.Mfr. alIt! >U) wish Mr Wbrlwnrlrft '. ...

Homestead Mr 1- c Harknr: amn(| t n rtorida City seat thr*.. i .barlrAVlrlrk. r, VM, Ellis \JnUo44." ir "I .
bract party trail ny- the njlnn( fktriotM R..... rt. anlFnajtraa .n"". during the rittfnrenMMIM
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cat club at u."id'n Beach. hnw .. M.*Bbr, '1'1I_ two irr,,"....

day aftkrtioonBuat neat up on the Wheal bua M.r,,,,r. ( Taulli** left Ir,
.. TIle KHlland School day afirn .n fir cneacola whrrr
101. Mo 1' MrKwo has return Panted by Mr* lone Mill and bar I group In the i
.J t.. nor MOM .IB Aratdt after two dMvMvrn. Hunan. and MaryHalon ..r Van Winkle of Rodlandpvnt Ia,.... It includes: WhitUxkFramll I sb' will leach Ihla _
?nine a week with her daoakur, Ian Sunday tar McDonaoa Monday at UM hon of Mr .; Mara and Carroll Hd.r.
X Mm "laudl* Andefaon. *n. of On.. whore the Browaa will spend i.1 and Mr*. T PURIM.OF gefertM1C8 nan. KM Hilt Ann Tumor. Bo..lMuotl :Mia AnnU Hlchnote/ loft Frk Ia,.
Bn. ,-..r'. hick .. k.oi graduate rho anmntor with rvkvthroa -- i Knthnrya !Cast ThbnaKrnaMBO for her hosts In Ooorita.
r UO"4: MATTHEWS lit and Virginia Httton. !
Mil will Inter So to Atlanta to I,
Dale tfendaraen. 10>-.r old sea Mud tko annual ron,..nthm of RAYMOND! RC !SFLKMiaa I Bonk Adam DorotbrROI""j Mfr Teaat Kyle left dust w*. k
11..1 .
of Mr and Mr* C. N Mdrwa ** NaUonal'KdoraUnna A Looa Manhow "Schierl|,Dorothy '... ) for OatneavHto at attend summer
rincirtoB. who** ,'altar ban was I of Mr and Mra. I. H.: Mattkow 1 I ftnla D-.....*,. Lola Bth..n. Port,I school

a i spoken June I when kit SWISS fH, -- former rai*..at* of H._*..... _.. and Myrtle Connor Vera Fletcher. .....

M Mir able I* b* *p |j Mr and Mrs Bon Archer had married to Raymond Runnel of ,Juanlt' James Talbott and Shirley j The CalendarJune
Miami Saturday night at her horn Hark no**
aa their (u.... over the ...k_.
J..kn Tower left for the Valve r. Mr Arell.". father, George F wt of Coral Gables | Mrs T M Ortnnrl and Mr*

ity "f Florida In Gainesville Thursday Arrh of Key West hla throe doter About forty gulls wr preetnt |I RobJiam who conduct the Horn I II-A eommltle from the
night t* resuatw bio. work .f Mug Dorothy Archer of Key Thorns from this district Included, stood orho'l cafeteria: will cook, at 1 Episcopal' Church will moot at J'
I I West Mlao Coloat Archer. and Mr* i ..,. ..* Mr*. 8. F Matthew Mrs the camp.THF o',.lock *t the horn, ol Mr. R R
biologyUL. I W. DRmo. and Mr. Hoamo-aUJ J. w.. Ar7 Jfaau* Avery. Mr and Boyer. to plan for the picnic t.. r*

hu returned of Tamp After a moraine *t Mm. JT a Bait- Ooarr' Ban. Mr. MTMORri ARt HUM f held Jm* 1*.
ti t* F A C W. at Tallahassee to Miami Boach. the guests all tuft an* Mr s'Chaa R W*.d.
"....,Iet. the work required for her in the afternoon for Tampa, where Ira* Kahlt loot** Woodbury, and I Mrs J R. Dopey (Pinkie) Sad Demonstration Club will have a
"rnutt school dT**. the elder Mr. Archer. who will ho'joined The 111...... Iran* an* Little .Wpad.hoop I Mini Stella Hook (rattle) took the I demonstration on the use af locally
I' later A Conaor reaton.' of the Hon td raised product In salads. U"!
by his wlfo will speed High school graduating
J I tchwink .has boos run the seminar and Hug Dorothy dlawttt. Mb V_bB_ With ""' .......lays I back to childhood day at a dressings pickle and ,..11arH.
..1' hid bed for weeks who to ....... Itf"OOm 1J-Mr. Stacy Hawkins
I lo by A r<'h,r. now .. .W.k nt rh,,umattmM i Florida l.Ut. ColH>t. will make a cbummt. (, I..t aftarnoon In a spelling win entertain the Ami*. Club
-- ; the we* Jane it-Th* Supper Club Stow
short vlalt before going to a UTtaummr match Mia Mattlo Mae Mllla won :
S c, Jack P*,>.. of Mil**. Ten ,imp it", Mn ftwott 'I> the prlac child nmbrrlla Then ;j I with Mr Carl: leaden.
IOU ban Deco tialllnc her i>*..." I H I j. I Miami followed the old time kid (am. June U-W. )(. t, Circle rnr.tjai .
Mr and Mn Earl ParctU. loft Mr. and Mr. J K handlrr arrtv rejT:" 'Di1'l M..n' M..rxUr for It Augustine where ,d from Albany N. T. teat been it >*j Tow seeks In paper bar In true school with. Mr* Fred Kahn a* II..**.*.

I, she will visit wick friends for a wk to mats "'.Ir home In Horn I ho heir "p'>roa blnr male Th punch wan In a bucket,Duped I I June II-Florida City Demon
*.*k Willie hero she spent oft* at4.t I rhMTtMi they drank M from paper straiten Club will .** damonatrau
W" I k In Coral Gables I .ki, Mr* :-c=:. :la will llvoMian There were favgro, of room*. and the use of local **lad product
-- Its ..It... Mr Illinois, ta I* I Juno 14-Tb* 4.H Club boy "'
t Mr, R. I. Keen and aonairompanlod Breese. they had to b* hunted for
Mr.J W. Avrry and low eon.w '.nrar> .t 'e. :( ,jinea* the district ire Invited to a lunrr
At the end. all
the kids
I by bar one... H Clrnpmton / I piled Intel I ,
./ n. I Ion br automobile till eon at the r'rla' camp In MlunBoaih '!
'the school
bus and rode
who haa boom vtattia liar singingthrough 1
...ornlnr for Nuh\tll" 1* visit Mrs.. I.IO" %k.GIIRK :
for arvoral mantk. left Monday MAKKIKdn Homestead and FloridaCity ,! .
... I MICR VELM.t The Mask A.UIIllary '
r> n Mn In law and daughter. special! for June 14- And
cheer anda
noon for Buffalo N. T whore they slope
!, Mr and Mm L A. Pnpucht and of the Narapj Ob.* will
M. v n. U. made before the ,
will Ion M,. Scott who wont them I II r and song were bomoajof
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If. ir four children Mr Pepurhle In M....... Mra. Scott who It Inrtrwtor '' JOIN W ')U wrt d InMtonr the teacher of the daaa meet at the horn of Mrs. Art
I has b"*n. Ir"1I1..II'l8Itor .In ta and boollll..pJn,1 ih i the irtd'. The rueta with the nick naroaa,' Mhlen on Quail Roost road I
Spring
HorawteadMlai i j I here will attend; the autnmorachool moth M lamer M. P ..... liven them during the afternoon June 14-The Friday Club m.. u :

aaaaton of the New Turk M M .. : ..:lr .1(were: Oleula nrr) IMndy. I with Mra. W. D. DunwoodyJune ,'
Glad,.* Avery She I* the state _hro college at BuffW lithe >- 1h w,ddlnr France ( Dolly) Froachar Marlon M-The public In Invite
id "r the mathematics depart 'I! --- j I party0 -al meat **" I O Polly) ReboruM. Mary K. Pat-1 to tile 4-H Club a-lruf camp at th.
III ,n Miami High I 'I 'mDtor..."" that spent *vn | i till 4 the die
.tins, Mo nam. ."o'l\et' Miami.H.gh who ,>w I its] A, Beach from to Me .
school tcbor. leave today',; day att.r'spo the & F Matt !. nogg. I If play of hand craft urtlelea mad"
tnow. hunts tunliilnl of Kr and | 8..1 '
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t y au..moblla for Dnlwth Minn. I Mr M ., '. Y Itarne C' during the """ ek. I
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Mra H. H. POs with their St i
chlMron.
Jun 14-.A po t.***d business
whr. MIM. Avery will visit MMI. in tt '<% .i a -1. Hattie s( ) I
.. 'nun who. pM a year InSinclair with hi* children Mr. I IBlair ,And ., i.' iOi. HylwW I M sine M. F. to ? Its.. meeting of the Homestead Wrman .
and Mra. Lyon an nf Mtaml : will !b held al foU .-kIn
1..11" .trade From Duluth she .' Mdtr I Marian ijimmle Doeary Haiel Club *
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and Mr and Mr WaktfMdf I )
1 i.n I,>' ray of the treat Lake* Miami Bra. .B- M and (Jack I Honk and Brvr (film ) I the club houa I
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'11 \. .. York u take work m.(M..ini.t. .- (' I Dow I, Rat rho lor June 1--9sisds made I'roIIIlnrot

., .. I "nlveralt. this summer. Ont I I, .t jested ,: ....... ................ -....------ produce will h demonstrated at
: ,. r return aha will vlalt her ahv William Kdwardi left Saturday | from Miami a I the Horn Pmonntratlon meet"nu
..., Mrs 1':. A. l""pd,1o m Naahthen for CokiultL Ua to visit sale broth yew "red popu-j i SILVER PALM at 1:10 In the Homestead Wo-
-ill.! motor horn with MlaaAtwrnvthy -r.in,law and iriator Mr and Mrs ,[I lr tu coach In the Hen. ..". ....... .?........_........ .._.."...- man'. flab noueeJun .
Hok hush ...... Mr. I.. Th Rain or shine,
for If *
a fellow teacher woip aaorajMr td Hit.! Bohool I-: Krlly and children left -
"rt. to arrive there at that .... ='hay wtn Its In Miami Beach for North Carolina early. Saturday ;club will hold a picnic at "IIU
and Mrs Roy lane and tam- I I B.reh.Jose, .
from a yr"a star In Part for tk. braoontLM moraine They eiptnt to be gen*
'- I fly are leaving for Cvoncia spend t tI. until September : II--The mn>hr of the
ha Summer, I.I >lnv 4VXIIIART ; PU John Episcopal Church and
Mm Gertrude B Fuller .
Y ,
now '
-- school will mt for a pi
: TO OltsntVE FLAG DAY Docks and Myrtle i V ffunday
r rHotrhr &
I conducting and public two speaking Naatse In *i,..... | Mr* Gertrude B. Fuller fnttruunod I The auxiliary of the John O.Baltoy and Elsa Hill = unionf I nl<' at Tahiti Beach at I ork,,k.

to Miami at dhiBtr Sunday Mr and roar of th* American Lesion tko 4,H Club girls going to camp All will bring their suppers with

i 31.--; I Mra. Joseph Hlrvthnua and aon. will eon small flag P'n. un Flat iat Miami Beach hU w .k.Mr I them
Mr and Freed sea their Frank, and .... and Mr* Richard. Day PrIda,.. Jam 14 j I Jun tt-Th* Eastern Star'.1IIa

i children. Local and PrUrllla and Brown and a,.. John, of Coral I *. Maud Harris of Miami was sponsor dance at tile Country
\ their daughter gad ...-\ .law. Mr. Gables MONDAY CLl B MEETS a irlatior at the home of her slater Club. .
and Mrs. Mack Hard**. plan toj 1 turn MR i iMr I .1 June t -'Th* Dad h A1DMR4.P. B. BIRA ': Mra. Ii:. H Gtallahor Sunday. .
j, leave seat 0undar for a vacatloaj j Mr and Mrs Bradford Ocletm '1 and Mrs P. B. Blrdnt I of Women Voters will hold

trip to Iowa and Kanaaa j[and childreo, J.wl| and. Rebrrt Wood th* Monday Bridge Club I|i Grass Mario pad MM! a meetlnr it >>> o'elocltn the

r. great Sunday with Mr* Ontotroo'tront members lat night The p I1tbksn .tVt(*** The Hr\. R. D TrMoy if Fort ,* II,. and Mrs T c. Mfart. I for high score went to Mlaa, t..1!,Sunday Id Silver Palm. when Several good apeakcr will
,jtudordalo who was lector at the : Folk and 0 J. Hackfer and talk on -What the Dad county
"....Ia.. Episcopal mlaolo when M '. MUM grace Mnalojr left for At. prime for low were to Iwo R lots The Mlaw Hortena. Alpheuaj Farmer Need*". All In the Red
ku In csMwM, and Cyna Jordan hntle CRy yesterday to spend bar B. Puna and Oratckan Whltworth and land DI.nil't..re Invlud
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t.' Miami Son .f tko formar Dane. moatMn with an aunt wfc* Was I-e: wer*. Mr* Lk :'Thomaa ort of Holepaw II I IFla. July 4.-.A picnic of all the ,1partmenU -.

,I-, only art supervisor who aaad to thr.. rna .*. ... II,. and Mr* I acre expected to arrive In I IMr of the Baptist Sunday
v ut this section' spent aSindayt I' Frank Skill, Mr and Mr. J. H. palm Tuesday to upend a fro I< school will be bola at Tahiti Bea.. h
the horn of Mr and Mr* a. H. I Mrs .J U Btch'Ior l and horI Webster Mr. Sea Mr.. T. J. Faust 'days with relntiro -.- ---- -
,. tipautrk in R dlaad. i iI' I MM, Ronald and Bruce left ondr Mr and Mr K H Blear and Mr I

/ moraine u Data Mr Bntchatorto : Dos.. I!1 Th* Her. and Mn. E. H. <'row. i!I Dr. M. A Berger
*n ,"f/I'.n..oa..balf'pOlIlI' boy'I. Akron. a whom they otboat toNay I on are expecting friends durtnicoafereaee ':
: sae tarn to Mr and Mrs Boll till above Ckrlatanno those or MANY! IjfMAL C.IRI-8 CO '' week I II DFXTISTHour
t nrant of Vrl....ron perhaps all *: 4:20 10 .:M
at 4 i' nt yoa* TO d-H CLl B C!VP i _.

1 tnday.. jA j The Rodland Il\otl'irt u) well r.p-.II"I Mia Annie Kyle had *a her Basal I I'bo.e M8MHowen
.. Mfr How ea...... Mo Kalktrrn contented at the summer camp of I hurt week her moth**. Mrs Kyle of 1\Idc. H.dewor.
t I' MfMFnrar M...d r ftor of "Jiot. MISS Carroll Handoraok ,and the 4.H club WAS which opened In '. PUn Kay Kim Kyle baD been I
I Agricultural extension aairlo j jt !Mkw ..... Him returned uaday af. 'I Miami Beach ,.ot rd.y. Taoa >I making her" n* with Mi and MraS .I -
mo VBIroralty of Morton ta tI.1 ito ;

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.attar part of thin week for a visit _
to tn area tsrvedl by C K Mof ;I.RATFBOKG 1
l CIIARLES KINSLEY
Sot local atrKnltuaal Slant

1 VAOJK OONTSMnUTION, U THK: _l M
James T Wllaon. Supervising
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principal of Hon>oard and rtor I
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two weeks and attend tko annual == approaches perfection fa point cf equipment ; IJ. MHeo Boone a kin *.
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Jlaaoclatlott, lo be held in = = lel.'p1ta.. ..
the South for tko first time In the '
history Of tko OTfiuataMttoa ..ronaAtlanta 1 Turner's Funeral Home -. .- -
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Spend tile rant of too rammorMr '- a4-B_ Ambvauc 8cn4nor : ...

hpweat JUt'HeacI' n-- .y ....R; Night' 1411 A. A P.StorolloaaMOad. .
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Tuesday June 11. 19"2'. THE HOMESTEAD_ LEADER Pare Three
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FLORIDA MEET Weekly Iron Boom DrexoeMMttae 9|>eoUU.Mv TalUluwor t.1UNUOU t.

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' HERE ruld drain. ee..ieet the liquid and J 1
THIS WEEK
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1 I Pour ever the fruit Repeat env I.

WITHout A The number ot way In shirk, oral! t........ The laat time Put the 1 '

man.o.. Mar be o4 lav. almost fruit la boiling syrup Ud when .
2-pay Program of Preachers endless, and not ufflrtoMtr a,*>r*> wM boated pet ta wide mouthed.
Begins Wednesday A NID Nl elated la Florida The following Jan and seal at one The eon
brief Helps. have been adapted tinned dralnlac off of the liquid j jI

t from various sources. but all have and reheating cook the fruit ;
----- I been without breaking tt.
tried In Florida and fount
COXCOMBS CRESTED AND PLUMED I .
H.*.",,. preacher front many -.efulMann. 1 Mango Ice Cream: Va plain -
part or Florida are In Homestead lm cream custard mod* by any
Jellr For jell, waking,
With the decline K carpet bedding been developed into beautiful
tOdAy for the fourth mid. I favorite recipe aa a baal. To node
yearpraacher and its artificial design there 'i types the Pride of Castle Gould the green fruit borers It *Patter la
meeting. Florida dMriet went a very showy annual which being one of the finest Thl straingrows I preferred PM and el llc* the pulp quart add one pint of orange pulp
Church of tin' Naaarene which will from the -. Cook Until tender and freete
was a delight to the carpel bed Into compact bushes producing |I 1
open hero Wednesday morning and gardener beeau of the regular Immense willow plumes at and train. To *&ctt cup of bolllnc Mango Sundae' Have the fruit
last through Thursday I wall toed Cut in baleen and remove :
evening I
masers of brilliant red which it Various color juice add one cup of sugar and boll
I The meeting will be held In the the eeed fill the tavttjr
gave, This was the dwarf created A new strain which combiner the. until Jelly la formed when juke le : ,
Homestead Church of the Naaaren dropped from a spoon. with cream. and serve at once
coxcomb which on plant only a
on W. Mowry street, of which theRev. few inches high spread a mon Mango Marmalade: lee ripe : 1

J. W. Crewman I* paator trout "comb of velvety. crtnwon "" 11'.1 and put In a pan with. USE MANGANESE :
M.m bore and friend art cordially It wait something ef a monetroaltybut water enough to half rover. The 1
Invited to attend the meeting. Mr I pulp not be from t
may or out
of gorgeous coloring and *lncu may --- ------ J
OoMman .*,.. The program of lar Interest from Ito m->>"etroll.1orn. 1 the ...... (the latter make aamoother
the' two day meeting; will be M .. marmalade When tender 666
follows: .1 |I rub through a granite e land jl
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I I The modern .11'.r. to ,h ,.
\\xUxwiUy Mrwwtag < Add a cup of sugar to each
I dwarf aeformlll. are of an on. V .
ID:Ot Devotional. 'iu>, t ..r pulp and holl thirty mln d Pre nptkw for :

JOI' Welcome... .........Rv J. W. lively greet different far removed type from and their,>f .11,10.,10. .,. 1crest 'QtReal it once Colds, Grippe, Flu, Dengue r

Cognomen relation of the ,.arp.., be,Id "_ :W ".gn I ener\e.. select fnittthun Bilious Fever and
0':48 Organisation and Business I I
Inlf color Peel and cut In
I I days. The*.' an the plumb, "n Malaria I 1
11:II Reports from PreachersWeulnesdsy : 1I.n"I In making the ,
syrup
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eel *la which itrace "
tombs or
Aflnn.'n Y ,In for each .pound of sliced I It I* tlM mom speedy rrmexty knot :
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and texture anti I .o I .. 1
1:41 .Dvvoitonal fault of -- -
one pound aranulaieduai -
of oolorlnc rival 11"t It.: h I 1I 1-... .. .. ..
1:00 How to Promote PlBlrlot and a teacup of water BollIheauforand I -

Spirit ..........R.v. J. I.. Rob, plume, !water toirethet-until It '
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of Miami I There are various type of th L C. CARRi
drops heavily from tIN apoon
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t:U How to Got and Keep Ourlpl. plumy coxcomb which have great 1 Pour ever the trait and let sand, rl rlI

BI..t..R..v. KrtelleCrutrheftVJooonut garden popularity and deservedly until cold. Drain off the liquid I fpeoR TOMallow's
a*. The Chlneae woolflo/er I Ie a
drove and boll down a* before. When I
t I:10 How to Provide for Social Ute rather recent addition to the liat the syrup I* quit thick put IB the
Itself with ball of scarlet I I Shop :
'ot lire Young people of Our covering fruit, boll hard for twenty minutes I e
Church...Rev. C E. TV o.*relakeland wool and making a brilliant spot tn and seal at once. I"i
the ..rd.... The plumy type hal i ALdOBROOK ARCADE ..,
Mange Sweet Pickle: Select. small
.:II The Sunday School |lrI I ---- HOMFHTFAri
Mp manfoe PHI and place In a .
Mr. Wait1 Groover of Miami j atone jar. covering with ayrup mad I .I

W.'I.: .. 0 I iISPORTSMODBSI\ by bolllnc equal part of
sugar 1 Haircutting shampooing
Th.'young people will hold their)[ and plum In curious form I* an.'I..rar.; with sufficient ,

annual N/ T P. convention commencing 1 1 __ I known red celoala a* chrysanthemum, now. cloves, allaplcea and cinnamon. tog I massaging and general t
at T o'C\lock. All young I produce the detlred When .
to irttend'tht.Annual It to not a' plant thai tr naplanti flavor. barbering. Special I
people are expected -
rally; [_.well\ a* It.might *o It la a, food ; I attention to women and
J I. Idea to *..W It whew It li (o bloom. will be. Yellow plume have yellow -
Morning .
TOnrwlay and thin It A curious fat about I stems and red plumes red children. I'
Ilia( I>evotlonl I
." there coxcomb I Ie that the stem ha tern* Give the coxcomb rich soft I
1100"Misdons.. .... > E MooreMiami .l7 V 35 the some coloring a* the plume "ao 'and a situation In full .nn. It will II "A 8tl!.EVP SHAYS:: IF YOU

:yon may know a* won a* th* seed five a rich reward In a mays of/1 BEHATF" .
0:10: raaMra Reaponalblllt) In I __ .. j
germinate what color the plume color of lasting quality 1 -
Relates Budget R- f R
CTiiftOB. Fort luderd l --
, 10:10 Th But Method or ,IP,'nlnI I
:p N. w Work I It. W I I

,I 11.1 6 Melon The I'rea Avon,'her Park. I I', 1> I a

u for Iii. M. ., i tf I III it. Ties Cleaned and
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How Brit li. I'"ndn I I' ., I
Ita fmportan t.. th I Inn" I I

+ .......Rev Kaiel Moon 'rllm,.". PressedI
.r e I 01 Need of the District I

............Howard Fckl: Miami I I
I 00 Round Table. The Prnncher
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His Prayer Life. His BlbU His

Literature. His Pastoral Vial .,.war wa
tatlon a*a Business Man Five I
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Minute Dlaculon.Tb.saEI.

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Wilt Bone and Pralee Bervlefl4 .'
I I II. FREE
Pr4ching..Bev. C. R. Chlltonrelatln Prominent. In the taatnooabl worn I w
an* spring and summer wardrobe h.I
I I the DOW aleefelee sport drew
; Mxk-m English: The OlIO Illustrated _led of IUD
troua white Mlaneet. taleta. Was In
A 'tIt.I.lan Vas, his e.
plred by Jenny 81..110II
f perisa.e. In studying the English vit the aim tan-It was designed u
..114I'uk.e. "When I dbcorered' that stir the sporting blood of UM mot
1C t wile qu'ok! I nose '..1." he aald"V lethargic woman ton atmlolnulaklrt
.d that If I was tied I was faitIf Insures that freedom. of tH
I I and knee ** aaraual for tennl Tbi
eawt to. freely wu fast
surplice blouae I* equivalent to t
that Dot to eat wa to full I wasdlecourarud 11I0".'__ guarantee against lbs ALL THIS WEEK
But when I rum book-and-ey Duleanc And-what k
acrenothe. eeatence The first one moat important washes like I I
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won bile oos-dollar prlie. I gave bandkerchlef w.'oulDI. Its pru I
a.. trying |o learn English "- fcj: I tin whltwie**. uses or auap*.

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LET. US DO YOUR WIRING We will clean and press Four Ties with each Suit


HOMESTEAD: ELECTRICAL SHOP : Cleaned and Pressed and Two Ties with each Suit i f

K. O. JAOOBSFJf rvp .

114 R. Erom Aeaotra Flkn M- I Pressed.
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JUST PHONE 560-M OR BRING THEM TO THEHOMESTEAD .

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I .. Ripe Papayas and Papaya! Preserves! !I

I:. f Hem Fryers and Nu-laid Egrzt ', :

r The Golden Rule Prevails j I DRY CLEANERS

" ;' Drive around any time j

J. MEYER
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J, i Avocado Drive and Richard Road f .

2 Miles West of Krome Ave. i
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{ I HHigher! and still higher : compressions r a .. [ .": W., Did, HIIr nIrAIRda! :lm'"r and[gaBBfc U Ur hraond: \.(ALL'Jl-, CARlI Road. d at.Pwrin ... ..,..."I' + / t // /

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SERVICE STATION

the specifications of the new 'tzl...:, f'om..ion,., { r! non EItT,mo golden as
ratios "turn 'V.!. faHSCr faster \. .. flB1 pours
are higher finjiines (ovf(. >>: even A. c.npUH. at..k of f F miP TlfM. Md Onion Batter!
than most airplane motors."f':: Tine': UtI'AIRL"TJ'EIY: \ \ SERVICE,
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no more buying
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M !Imttrtmmt.flf type f! a a * I ( ttfftMtt/ImHtttl,M, 'r1. gasoline) triorfe highly nsive. To this demand aM.,.-MM.MMM;, ? -. ..,,_......_.. V and say "two quarts. Some go a step further and buy their i
Mrnt tf tin INwr. tun.t a tap. ; incvt !! oil by name. But the motorist who wants Texaco, and knows
I I.. "I I'I I/ d. t the I new' and,t Kttter Texaco' eras. (deigned.A ,, "! (I. ROULDM L"I I INN l why he wants it,goes still (further and//Proves,. that the oil he

;..l i ; l A I dry< gas at al1! engine .jpeett*-under all wejthcr; .conditions II t11'' :*V ,U lUn..u\ gets is the oil he pays for lIe i iJentifeti S ;it 1 by the clean, clear
T> 4 7lt'E\? !' O\>: |fl:l> WITID OCR{: \ golden color of Texaco Motor Oil which is as distinctive
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i J!!. tL and gives noticeably smoother:' power. YOJI I will 4pprto- 'Mxrrrwwxwn.,?..._. ..=. ,.,,,,. ::: -1 and easily recognizable as the trademark on a sealed can. 1:

ciate this, particularly when )you arc: driving slowly in /. See the golden color in the Texaco Comparoscope. Watch
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Not But DRY high h &gear! -in traffic} -on hills. pours.
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. 1".tl1uitlll'd', : .,.....r. The new) and belle Texaco Gasoline: hold at t all pumpsdropnfraaam4ar. s i K. Krvntr. ,",.. r:. fib 51., U..koed....... (from carbon troubles and excessive wear. Consult the
i I 1 I hear< drnpt: :rmM-r: S.wiatura try M.-otlawttiw displaying the Texaco() Red Starand Green T. \U'hatevercaryou \ GOODRICH S SlQERTOWN CORDS ] Texaco lubrication Chart {for the right grade to use.
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%,warren,,' !,t algid:mil cause tug4ili in* wa atantfy o,,m prondmi*;f poet u ......._..n .. .:,..,, ". MrxMU.xn.nnMwuux.rw, -r.M.urWMrwnr i THI TIIAI COMPANY TIXAOO MTtOlBUM ir vrrtKY. 'PRODUCTS ptloC, NIW' vote art
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Four Quarts. l c... .Hi..*c.u.0u1K". .... "'"* to the Puuml... .. TEXACO
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THE HOMESTEAD LEADER Tuesday.June 11. ]92)



THE HOMESTEAD LEADER A $100,000 ECONOMY MOVE I FROM OUR MAIL 'BOX : ,II


rublkdu.d TwMlay and lLurs- r Avocado shippers and others who are paying; _.., :

day at Homeelrad. ...*.. by UM high express rates on small shipments and finding Cuban Embargo For the Graduates

+ South pals Publleblag (to.BK1 it difficult of t
I to compete with the bulk shipments -

1 --AllCHMl-- ---.......-..-.........-.EditorKnarred I Cuba and other countries should take notice of the Editor H..nleetead Loader: Editor traderFriday .

U I following, especially with a co-operative shipping According to Cuba Presidential night we went tr too th ,

as snood oboe matter already established and Decree No. 740. dated May 10. GT.ua of ltl$ In Redfend Hl lBch'ool
refrigerator cars
agency
June 16. IMS M UM poet office at I U... the Cuban government absolutely graduate Mart of tI."

HommtMd. FU, udnt UM act of and refrigerated boats easily available. I prohibit the Importation young folk 1 have known dn."

March t. 1379.S I Mentone, Ind., is just a railway station, a post- I of all fresh tru't& utttVaMd tjr they wets. mail children and r wan

, ; office and a few scattered houses, but each week it wild also truck crops. M followii. very proud of them.
All sons of pumpkin, tomato
1'HICI.E.&OER" CREED is the of little lesson in that ppper My eon was graduated seer
scene a co-operation
**, .11..n bean, eucum.....,
W* teller la __4. the should interest business well eggplant and other similar year ago from this some school
a..Iud every man as as every vege- and at that time I wrote th* followIng
DUtrtot asks Dad ...bl... which '
may be contaminated
farmer in' America. <
County. verses for his bne( t. They
1, by tile Mediterranean fruit fly may benefit the Ola** of U2.:
Each Is loaded
refrigerator by
W* bailee. .* ta this region Saturday a car coming from Florida or other live
t have
roseate future, and Its toUaUl' *** the farmers around Mentone with 500 crates of eggs. states of America. Also. all plant I rant to to be fit with1 for myself myself to and know MI

t .* Each Saturday evening it is picked up by a fast of Said products, and. earth or any t want to > able a* day go byAlwty

6 C W* believe In It* cltro fruit freight train and delivered in New York City in time other commercial fertllliera.Shipment to look myself straight lithe
of fruit
truck ,
ID4u.tl' crop
IU
avocado .
.
) Industry.It
eye
ti
for the Monday evening trade. That weekly carload plant from other states of
the
tomato ID4utl'). It* rick I don't want to etand with chi setting -
glad land. It* wtet-mlllnc of eggs brings the Mentone poultrymen $1,300 more Halted State which Importation I sun

pin land and It* qualification than they would get if they sold their eggs in the I I. allowed shall show Ite origin In And hate myself for the things Iv -
he consular Invol.*
covering *ad
k ; ass regular Promised Land. I t doaeimrer !
surrounding towns or expressed them to the cities shipments. .1 f
W profeeelonat
believe M our I individually the Farm Journal which tells the AH vehicles' Including automobile
"'D, our tradem sod ear says I can hid myself from, miT
business tneni and we believein I story in its current issue. It nets them an additional .. truck. railroad ear eo"0throughiFlrlds ..... what other may never Oft'

their desire for law enforcement j $100,000 from other etatiM t know what other 'may never
yearly.
on the way to other countries" If
and civic Improvement, | Co-operation is the answer But the Mentone they hni to anchor In Cuban know" ;
We believe ;' I can never fool! myself and ao
our pe.rl. will appreciate port., Khali t>. fumigated In the
the Leader efforts to egg producers have no formal organization. They last port or clearaiii.*. before Whatever happen I want to be

!give them new. advrtlemnt simply figured out about a year ago that they were reaching t uta. All fruit on bojjrd pelf respecting. and conxMnnfH. '

S and editorial that will bring I I doing a foolish thing by shipping their eggs as individuals ships from Florida or other Matm .

I them the greatest measure ot. by A case of eggs' expressed to making a hurt trop la Cuban CLARA VAN WINKI I Iubl
I truth justice and telpfuloeee. i iV i i express. port. .Ira U be pealed during their

j boll.., that It I is our duty : New York cost $1.55 for delivery. By freight it Uy In Cuban port. It la absolutely -

! to serve the publlo to the beet costs 55 cents. The difference on a carload wouldbe prohibited to dump In the bay .the .ot of Florida advantage, bu',
foregoing I* sufficient to den
'I *( our ability, that we mut fruit or vegetable' or fragment of
$500 and the farmers carload
producing a
} were onitrate the power thl* steeping
keep faith with the
: public Mall puma during their stay In port
each week selling them in scattered here giant may exert upon awakening
quantities
! time*, and that U do *o we Thl measures are *penlv. to

i roust print all the new without and there. ships coming from' Jamaica, Ber."

\I fear or "....r or prejudice Of The producers got together, arranged for the mud.. Mexico Central and South : USE MANGANESE

oolor. lnoa honed publicity beat America Porto nice, Hawaii! Aur.trolls :l
4 remote community welfare. weekly refrigerator car, hired a delivery agent in Phllllplne Spain, France...

.. New York, and began their experiment. The resultis and Italy, + .' ,Notice Notice< of I*AppHoathMi hereby. tven for that Tax IM Ball....l

t I MY InlOHBOR'.YAIID the additional $100,000 year'plus less work for The passengers. are not allowed),iwlck, Inc.. a Florida-Corporation
to carry fruit*, _d. or plant a* Holder.a* Aeekrne - f every one concerned' hey would celled. cat No, U4, dated" the 7th day of
My neighbor bat a larkspur bed be and destroyed
December A. U. '1tt(. haiflletr
/ Where white and blue and orchid The most striking point of this FarmJournal by Cuban port authorities laid Certificate 4n my office, and

bloom account is that the $100,000 -opportunity had been. All Infraction of thl decree hat made application' for tax deed

plop daintily with shall be punished with flhe not to Issues In accordance.. with lawVIA1d
llghUom tread a
a lying there for years before any one saw it. And Certificate .marace* till lot
Like ladle hr reception rooms lea than III nor over IttO and lowing derHped proverty situated
c
I ; Whose guests are gathered for a similar opportunities for co-operative enterprise **l.ur* of product mentioned In DNB County, Florida. to-wet; i

I hall, exist in every farming community and which Its Importation la prohibited'' i. LionTh.'a.eo.nnene Lot l', J. V Free* Add

t'I t And soon the' muilo,wilt begin business community in America. POMINOOJ. MU.oRDi-; of said properly. ,
Cuban ConauLConeulado under the saw C.rtI""t.1

i! The morning.glorle*'climb the wall de la ('pIa was In the name, of Unknown. On

I In round-eyed wonder at the din Feeling that the Democratic party has already Miami, Fla Iowa Mid according Certificate to should law, tax be de rodeemed ..<*

I f The bee. are making In their ---.- will issue thereon the lit
Sara been put in a bad light because of the publicly ex- -- July A. D.. 1939 d"l0'

r I{ pressed beliefs and personal opinions of some of its Moot .uroMlblv .>< any section I Dated this JOth day of May, AIn
Beneath the overhanging ava m
Florida offers the inont 'wimIblf I
\ The gracious rnav.'-lovely dears-- leaders, a lot of us are sensitive about the name of port at entry lor ablation b>.. F: B, 1.F.ATH"ItMAN.

I.: j I Have xallirxl fru grant scarlet Raskob's new lieutenant, Jouett Shouse. It some- I ween the United Plaice suit l"tlnAmerican I Clerk ty, M of"rl Irtuit
I h nan how sounds as if someone had committed an / countries which ham In H>. B I.. Prawn, I I' (
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'f
H Ik I In'ult
Court Meal
i a manner> reduced the distance tn )
ti | tion of the Eighteenth Amendment.- inlrac'l May "t. 38: June 4. It, 1 IS, 2!,
i No wonder that my neighbor May I j ___ ___ ..__ this great area until w. now areas -- -- -- ---
a In her awn yM the.* summer oloee to l.at!n-AmttHca a* we ,
i I Nl>;1 T.t <>nf : Aa.ar,. the greatest etOnumtt Inducement the south the great ,...I\II-Am.r\'an\ wore previously to our own neighboring Notice ix hereby given that BjilIwjik

I Flash day .cl..n' I I. giving more countries, with their vast poialbUIt states on the north i rm a Florida Corporatlo' ",.

I"" .' Nancy Rickey Rancon to Good recognition to the health advattage )- IP* for purchasing finished products Column olluJot> b. written on the rate Holder No a*(Awlnnve SO. dated of the Tux 5th-ertlfl
I day or
I Housekeeping Magazine. of Florida and her ranahln and furnlihlnf raw material. --- -- -- -- ---- -- I July. AD.. U'. has filed ah!

\ There I* no limitation to chose dlcovtrlc *- furnish in export and Import Native of ApplkwtkMi air Tat Dead !I Certificate In my office, and bun
: FI-OIUDV8 ADVAVTAO: *. market to which Florida U the Notice I* hereby given that mad application for tat dead to
To the north within a radius of Ernest P Robert Holder a* As.signer Issue In accordance with law. ibM
.
) ny Jwirya K. Hilly ---- -- --
'j'! of Tax Certificate No KIT. Certificate embrace the followlm.
1.100 mile IaO% of the oon.um- ,
Sotk-e o( Application for Tea loved dated the fta day of July A. D.. described property. situated I* Dad
; Ood-gtven advantage have placed lug population of the United State Notice I Is hereby given that Bailiwick Islip, ha* lied said Certificate In County Florida. '13 it;
Florida In an enviable position the greatest producing and consuming Im. a Florida Corporation. my office. and hat made application lot' 14 Tatum Addition No
i In the world's di.elopment today area of the entire wcrld T* Holder II Assignee of Tax Certificate for tai deed to two* In accordance r 1'. Section It Township (7.
South
of SI
Agricultural. Industrial No. .,4. dated the 4th day of with law Maid Certificatem Range. Kaar a* per
r and recreational December A. I>.. 1111 has died brace* the following described I Plat Book 1. Page 111 of thePublic
advantage< and po..lbllll..1. I LEGAL NOTICES aid Certificate In my office. and property, situated In Dade County, I Record of Dade County
Fla
) create latent power sufficient to' has made application for tai deedto Florida, to.wit: '
I give Florida lame In accordance with law. Lot 1., W. r>. bionic guba. I The assessment of mid property
In the 1--
supremacy newarr. : ;:;; under the said Certificate Issued
(1 Court o( the Eleventh said Certificate embrace. the following Homestead
that authorities claim win b* JiHlktlul C,Infill uf F7..1'I<1a. In described pro"",...,. wtMted The a.srwntent of mid property II wa \In the name of nknown Ui
the most rapid and sensational development I .ml fur Ikuk* tounly la Ihnn.rlorld In Dade (' lorida. ..-.It: under the sold Certificate issued,'I I leas Mid Certificate should b.. ndeemed ..
tlvlliMtlon has known easy' Lot 1'. Dock I. Plnebunt was In the mutt of V M. Halter will cording to Uw tux d-. ,'
Addition U Town of Home- 'nlee* aid CertU'iate should I Iredeemed I issue thvreon the let day of
hkrt Florida li In tile position of a i t'ommeroial. )lortrege Company. li- .....01. ictordlflg to law b b'l. July A. n, im.
,sleeping, giant that has only to I *. corporation George A Munch Complain and The averment of amid property deed will .unite thereon the 14th day I I In. Dated tm JOth dRy of May A
ant v* Itn
C ., awaken I under the amid Certificate }leiued of June. A 1>.. 1929.
; to fh reallMtton of his Marl A. blotch. his wife BVMIllami F'. I K: R UATHFKMAN:
and William: was in Ins name-o Alice( R MUWTUalea .Dated this SIb day of May, A.
mighty strength .and Clerk of "Ir, '
power ult "ounn"d. ( out
*
g I said Certificate should lie redeemed n, un
ever nil wire alauae w rweai one
hj. urroundlniniThl accordlnit to law. tn deed F & IRATHrKMAN, ty Florida
James U Sweet her husband,
will{ Issue thereon the let day of dirk ef Circuit Court, Dade Hy B k P.fuon. D <:
{ This 1n and Whltllng Properties. Inc i '
state 1"'I.d In the center a (Oik Circuit i Meal )
July A D. 1 SDateil ounty Florida.
IR of the greatest raw materiel i|; Florida order corporation fur VsMwwt.kta, O td..nu.1 thl1 80th day of May A By H. H. McNeil D C 1 May .1, ill. June 4. 11. U. 2fI
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n uu I OIK Circuit Court rival ) -

ADproximately SI. 00.000 of tit appearing by affidavit append.ml h. tt EATHEKMXN May It. 21, *.: Juu 4. U, IDVukv I In the InitH court of the I- 1'vmK'fJii.minl '
.
tens the bill 1 flied In the above Circuit .. .. ,
Clerk of Court, Hade County -- -- > -- ----
nc.*n trafttt poise the port. on the cases that B. r William lentil of llnrldii In
1\.t.d William his. wifw. twotof Florida.By uf Application for Tai HtenlNotice end for INMVinui>. In Chau
east coast of Florida annually B I. Pawn, D Cit'll.
1* hereby given that Belliwl .
Florida I* within reach of over !i 1 the detendants'thenin '" "' ( circuit Court Men!) ,'k Int. a Florida "'POl'lltIOll.Hold.r I Hank cry uf Homestead, ompljliuni. ,
resident of the Rate ef
are mm- May II, ill; June 4. II, 10. 31Nittlvn .
liooaoooon worth of ...>.It.WMhipping FturM their place ef realdwire. being a*. Assignee of Tax Certificate Versus Margaret K. Burton, -t .1|,
----- ---- -- --
H and trade and over If. unknown to silent And that ..f Application. for Tn Dent of July No.A.I77 I>... 1916 dated has the filed 6th laid dar I livfendanta.Ortfcr .few Publ'catkM 1
la In the
i Inure n* or
too.OOOOo' worth of import and praon persons Notice .U h..blIflvea that Ball Certificate In office '
mat oC Florida the service, of a my and ha* In the MUIW uf the Male ..( .""'-
.r .export Pan-AmrkR hostages.I subpoena whom would bind Iwitk lac a Florida CorporationHoM made application far tat deed to himTo i
upon r ai Assignee of Tai Certlfl- issue In accordance with law HoldOrtlflcat 'I
: Margaret' E. Burton Eitwrv r.'I r.
With sixteen harbor and over I.- the Mid defendant that they are
tate N*. til. dated the tIll day of i embrace the following R Burton Ida Burton Phylll lee.
} 000 mile. of coastline that mayb l each over It I the therefore age el ordered twenty-one that I..ber. A. a, Itll, .M. fled I described property situated In M: toe. Marl IH'ngleton: t!tor n. .: 1
QQQ converted Into liarbor and ship Mid year non-reeldent: defendant b. aid Certificate In my office. and I County. florid to-wlt: 'I Singleton, Itlmlne It Burton Wll
t ping port where there should behfcontog ,{and they ere hereby required to has made Application for tax deedto Nr: H or .r>4 of NWH (I.o..d.j Ham R. Burton and David Burton
f I the Hill of Complaintfiled .Issue In accordance with law the NE.1of NKW of 0b( You, and each of you. are hereby
iteamer filled with raw | appear to boron Raid Certificate embracers the following NWM and lee* 8% of NKI commanded on or before the I"'
In said or
material and ."'outgoing. ..ttwmerefilled |'I Monday nth MU"day aa or ""11A.. described property, situated #K 4 at NWV.I An Section 7. day of July' A t) ltl - with finished and lit. the erherwliw th- allegation In ttoit cVunty, Florida, to-wlt To. nhlp IT Mouth Range 19Kest. I to the Bill. nr (' ":iat'P: fit ,1ogulnat
product < .
'J {jl' Lot II Free seemed A Idl Containing ID mr. nAreThe you In the above *tyl.' products of the soil I j I I.t Mid, bill said will defendant b. taken" a* con time la Town of HoiueeteadL W to ss I cause. otherwise. the allegations
of'' '' by The assessment of amid; property ieaeeament uf mil property contained tlwrrln will b takencoMfwiae
a
Florida bas million of semen It I* further ordered that order lu3 .h
eider the mid Certificate Under the nail ertlflratr issued *:. This order to b< purillehed
rich, virgin Poll capable of Incmaa by pultll..l1. once a week for four was in the name of J U Free Vn- wa Ul the name nr Unknown I'nI oncea week feat can
tat its agricultural production I.- I:i: consecutive" week in the HomeHead teew Amid Certificate should be redeemed I laps said Certificate should be redeemed ecuthe' weeks m the for Home.t>-",l
,I leader, a newspaper pubHahd according to law tax deed according to Uw. tai deed Leader
000%. adequate Industrial electric | ed In Mid County* lad Mate.Tbl win leeue thereon the let day of will I Issue thereon 0. 14th day of 110..* at Miami. trade county
power railroad, highway and wa-1 I ftll day o, Joss, A. D.. 1111R July. A. I> 11021. June A. rx. 1 1Dated Florl.lit. title 11th day o( May, A
tar-way transportation f.ollltl.* j, B LRVrHKRUANi Dated this Seth day of U.y. A. ml Ittfe day lit May A. D. It" .'
i Clerk Circuit Court 1) D.. til*.
t F.. a :
LFATHFRMAN
all ready t* serve the world i By F J. Mould un.It UAttfERMAN.
B. LSATHERMAN.Clark : E. a
Florida ban a.. unexrelleil .. "Circuit Court Heal) Deputy Cl..rk. I it CI.,1rft'ult. OouilBy
of Circuit Court. Dade County O.rk Clrettrt Court., Bade ... Gould,
Inr and shipping HI mat, ...rlt./I BIJkKIKf A Qt'lNANMollc Florida County Florid Deputy ct.....,.
Ut* government favorably disposed tore for Cobplalnaat.. By B. [.. .....<'00. D CCtk By H. H Volition, D C. ROBERT NELSON,
Miami Florida.Jane ( Circuit Court Seal) (110. Clrenkt Ceur| **ai,> $tter. for complainant
to ladustritel capital ,n' >r. tt M 15' J n/ *. I May 21, II: Juno C. 11, 18. It May 14, II. S9, June f.l: II ,- May III J,a. 4. ft U. 2" ,,

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>; Tuesday, June 11, 1929 THE EOMESTJAT I ]* LEADER Page Seven '


If; iTorld-Girdling Students En Route Home !

CLASSIFIED ADS l.

MOW.y : !

RATS; felts ln *nia ltd .. mVT i\iOEt InwHMia,

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FOR RENT O'MMHM'IAI. HA tv'HINt---9tabst ,.l,
: i, rhirki and baby duck Bay
Ji JiI _.. __
View PvultiT Farm, Pay View
1 A in'AHIB OFP'l"l 1iI K IR KKIVTIteaeonablx road 1 mile death of I"saw j
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Apply Manager Mc-

I j hrtll1 .'ro,,', Homeetcadft tH.U) -- MISCELLANEOUS- j

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I .on KMT--..room furnishednonage .
Higher eduutte I WILL BUT Certineatee Of Ot polt,
en the high most I in .Florida ,'",. In"quire Bank .f H.-t.*4. H A. Gam.area. .
A elaa OR the + at Florida Oily pent offlc .
Ohio's Cecil. Who All (pm-tt) .Utt-tt Mj j

weuWnl love teae -- --
te school a la FOR SALE I WANTED
eiutenta
Art
Athens ._
world amiae. u visit wine of the Aerep .
-
rI she te eee he glary ; : WANTED SMALL GROVE. I
that we. Greece FOR u I(a* KMTJiiW II t'. ie-.
have Cash buyer for five *r ten
r I 0"1..."-.,, good .
acre grove with &'OIIclllumb. of !
: tires, IU took Abwiliiirly- '
avocado and livable houaa Hurt
feral tlmw fwn be bargain Act quickly Aim
H, reir* of Imwlr, for
i LISTING WANTED on good stood
011111 I tract of raw pine land cheap 1
Send listings of what you have 1
,11'1.Af'K MINARKA: pulleta. Mgt I 1 for sale la Redland District
o-vy ducklings, turkey i week. Gertrude B. Fuller, Homestead, )
I I old Wyman cor silver. Palm R. r. n. Rout t. ,i
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ind Farm Life I pJU.UI '
(pj 11.11)
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I. _____ __ WANTED TO PLANT LIME t..... 1

19,000 00-BOARl'lNC) HOU8H'! t8 hara bad, for land, for oaah. \
the .",. it Adalla, Turhey-ln-Aaia, I room Two lots within Marl and high pin gee Allapatlah -
I t" seen through a breach In the *itintfertifleetione "lamee* temple The two figure guarding the entrance ere tup I I t :rd.. parking' houee section wanted. Hara beat "'
built by the Screws pored te repel evil saints and protest the werehipare.AKIJ I II and Homestead Rank BOil KOI.' .train fruit I.lmee can be picked
Interfere
cannot
fly
green
1'' (pmlOHtll
$) > heir memories oy the Chinese Nationalist Oonrnuient alHlllng up the Nil to Uiiof. the with oultur Jamison" R. D. i
Disembarking with a military .,,,,t.nl. vie fed Tul-AnkB-in.'. Th. Hlaleah.MURPHY'S. ,
: crowded with thrilling earpenencc. escort for protection from the I lamb In the Valley of Klnga By FT R ALBNine colonies at gen- :
in Mrungc lands bandits who Infest the region' tlicr .ytcln) arrangement' with the Bgri ,> nine Italian be<*, will moll one i ...::;:;;::.;.--
.. rliroitglioul the world, tin out spent a night In aa ancient Chlneaemonaileo Ian Government they were permitted .r more Colonies a* devlred Made
located on a high noiintain to Inspect the Inner rooms '
!hundred young Anierutn mentend top. The Journey up the of the tomb. where practically aa offer. V. L Harrla. Sol N ;
.< women ktii'li-iiii who tailed mountain was made la sedan chair everything I I. mad of gold The W RlithrAvo., Homestead, Fla.oldJill.
;from Nfw York eli. hl month courted by vuollca ludnt also visited' the Oldest ( '
ebureb la the world tooted .. .
Christian --- --- ---- -
ago on the annual -educationalr la Ham, the Iratallnf etudentewere al Abu a"",,, I TRANSFER CO.
ol Floating Univer. reoeleed' by King Ram VU BABY HICKS" -- Rocka. Reds
,;r amiuunvel that the
'. and during the whole of their atop It baa ten
: city now in Paris; the last Wyandntte and leghorn QualIty .
I are on they lived In fbya Thai Palace II2I-U3 student body .' PleatingUalvenlty
t.; Klui: a! tlwit itioetary.I MleI'm. lamlnetlone war bMIn will number on* hundred only safe arrival guaranteed. 8 W. Mowry St.
.,,.. R irilx4 officially, of poor*. a pavilion In the royal gardna and. Oft*. evenly '''lvldd between Writ for pia, 11\... Fttvltry of Every I
'. ."::7'|;,.. bony of American Ku- and according to a atalemenl .Issued< dies And woman' Algol of Company, R \). Dot 100 ('., Or- Hauling
dente everywhere they wtllt the t>y Uurtjir* a W.U).,ragiatrar. el th* tudnt will 'b* candidate for undo, Fla. DescriptionPROMPT
It-ni'lng. llnlveralty students re. the University, from his office .lathe the' a i. M A. ant it W A. d..i-.... mle-if.
,, &Mtvi many unusual eourtailee IP ..Cray bar Building New Tort The latter 0....., Bacbelor/ ef -,.--- ) SERVICE
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;I Ina they penetrated Into the i- City, the atudentt ahowcrt themselves > World AXalra I* floailnt' iinlvenlly'a
i 1'r guarded bra gunboat loaded proficient Ir: their atudlea.Inga ownOli'lnrllv USE MANGANESE : PHONE 523-M
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....mw""..,.."...,....'''''.......''''..''...."...,..''.''''.. are smart with silver I a girdle and atlll go without atock : .-----
t:i and sometimes a golden '.111'.1 logs there la a new girdle on the
worn with gold Upper, marl:. having two pier..a of narrow .
The Fashions not a* smart, however, aa beige or I elaatlc attached to It whichfit
liver tightly around the upper partaof 19 COMICS IN COLORS
thereby holding the
the logs
No Ramekins for frumnxT
BY UK-ILK BUCHANAN I-

t," ..hlon Editor of Harper r Hazer Many smart women will undoubtedly girdle -In placeProfllhwl. 14 Full Pages :Magazine Features
(fI, Special Arrangement 3<>twenHomaatead ro without Blocking for
Leader and Harper'. sportswear this antann a fashion Pnixiirrllyflambo
Articles
Pater -Copyright, lot?) 1 which had Its beginning Pone. time --"Tea, ash business hen Special by

Y-"""-....-..'".....-."..................'........I I.1 ago in Europe fin.. Mah wife don gib me ten Kahtleen Norris
LHU turned down eoilix worn dollar an' .Jt b bought a pig Ah
Delecting! the right accessories over stockings continue! their popularity kept Ira din' fo aberythlng underde I Ed. Howe
:takes great. care and forethougbtj'A 1 for sportswear besides the sun till finally Air gets a bicycle Will Rogers
atocklng the wrong color or I one In cotton there are many In an Ah sold It '0' ten dollar
-a fancy glove can ruin the most gay colored angora which la very *. : 0. 0. McIntyre

charming coatume I soft and pretty There are chic Raitue-"But.you-all doan makeany Bobby JonesJ
bark Brown Stnralngtt New ones also In silk or Hal* meah money" J. McGraw

fur KveaUnc I For active sportswear the perfeot ambo-"Co' not flat look at Babe Ruth
The erase for sunburned akin; la ; ly plain light weight llala la holes d business Abe been. doln'l"-Ex.:
. r> undoubtedly. cause of the nowa 1* preferred. Sometimes white la Robt. Edgren
| |T darker tone In lItook In... The worn with whit ihoee. Thee may James J. Corbett
beige tone*, however are atlll worn I' have embroidered clocks or not USE MANGANESEFOR Robert Mountsier
"Ito lighter clothes The maw For the woman winning to wear
I
"ehadea nf beige are not much worn Rupert Hughes

;. arc llac.pt not with worn black at all clothes except with Grays tooocnniunal i MORE EGGS, USE "DOUGHBOY" And Many Other Special Features, All in the

all gray Costume and I I Enlarged and Improved Sunday Issue of
Over then the brownish gray are
J smarter than the true gray The FloridaTimesUnion
A very dark brown la a new I
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OPENS HERE FOR FOR fWtt-r cvp.Jt. the tltlann fawxl M:
B. hind ilit peewee In a. Venetian I have sea lMM the mo* ntrriVartoua 1.
I opera house ro sots & phase of I MTVln for the dhurk I darIng .
2-MONTH TERM Kui..pran life that .to Krartlty: dtP : GAME TO ROTES the f.*r ending. with that dat* I

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I''be TMvll which Alnatfttor turd
! Advanced Work dliHd u" In whlrh Mitten Hill Outstanding Citizen I I tRadland benefits Hatrtrl Kinamnlliilviol hy the for prrminnnmlnnl the NEWT (;. BALL:. \

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This Week and Maria <'ord* have the prlnrlpal Requested I .d. and thy 'mule tw mull I
role, It comes here Thurs.day FIRE INhi'IIAN'R: AND :
KINDRED
i led to the arcr (dry nl th I Inn
r I ttumottr school for; public school and Friday.Homsnre hillrnge. to a gm or diamond. ,I ("lub. H iii
pupils of the Redland LMMrt.t who of the firm water Inpr hall said to b* Indoor bawballwill 1 The otitrtundl cilia 1 I, -.n vlll be riBUr
.iMHit In this dramatic of
wish to make up ttudlo In which i "story chosen by a ramnilttaa t* bp !-
: I. Rngtlah obltiman,l love for .n l>a born tu the Rotary 1'lubtomorrow I UGAL: IMHI"Mk-\T8 COP.it
thy hays ben backward and for posed of P J. franklin 41. J.
Italian ".... by a committee from I
An Interesting sequeers
those who desire to take advancedork Hackle. a K Archer. tl I.B)lonlOraw CTI.T DRAWNFlower.
'" began Monday nf this. weekIn I* where BUI, aa the nobleman the I Lions flub sea resold of aocioo Mr. H. K. Ewing'. Mr*. Bklg llonieatrad FU.
the Horn,"".." grammar achnolI earrhea fur the singer with taken b, It. loni at their regularweekly I Harry Wolfe end Mm "' M. Walk ,
whose fnun h.. has fallen In lovaH matting today Tine and
I illdlng, with <1. n (Outtarldfe or
trace.; her movement from Place will be settled. liter
I Itedland High Mrhool In.'to. Inhre I The silver loving cup to hnawardad
iHniHi is p4rs--follows her gradualHaa At meeting She I Lions
their today
of high school work, and I la 12 ln<'h,a laU add fly
J's .. to stardom III. the .p.r. and voted la contribute. It* toward defraying '
Mrs Marie Nelson, Horn.*.* Inches wide from handle M boatll.
finally mla her In th* paraBIRDS' the expense af the chamber f
,n.pt&rlt..aLl'h''r. M charge of I't bears the tnanrlptlon: V>,tata"d.
] of Fommnroa d 'l. that
< faMon went
work. The summerboel ....
lomtnwry Ilnl: atlapa of the It"' .111 IMiitrktl
will lost until AU,. I. The to Tallahassee. In behalf af the I for the Year Ending July 11, Kit" r

\ \ tally sessions will b. from I:II a. NESTS I Homestead aiporlmant' station, bill, 1---......... --- ... -- .. .
I Passed two weeks ago by tha Florda -
m. to It:10 p fn
had reglterdvn leglnliitijr! They are ntnalder
1'111'\\ Only five pupils
.' GREATDEUCACY1NTIIEFAREAST leg an Invitation that Miami Beach
: tee first day. aorordltir to DON'T
NEGLECT
ofHome I. sending to all civic clubs In l>ado"btinty I
lama T. Wilson Principal
to join In a huga. picnic at
In 1: .t d and Florida Pity YOUR PIANO
the barb on the Fourth of July I
"srboola, *ho ban nut yt left on I
his "....Uo.. When the pportunl> Nominations' for the anlnilon. orba HAVE IT TUNKU KrPAI KH I
outstanding' ckhwa of the Red
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1 Wilson believes many Pupils Birds Considered Secretion shed In the nests af our E. KOON
;. wilt want ta attend the aummerarhool. Edible native chimney swift, doubtless a I General
S No "students will b* allowd Very similar and equally edible. product I imight I UN, H. and .. I1HMWMKIMAIJW
bl to enter after this weak, how ba obtained I Public Utilities
many
stories .
,.v.,. he joys and he urges all who Among the of queer > FINN .'I'IINn"'RI': 1
I( toed or want the summer schoolwork customs \.....'h w.. were wont to }FORMORE EGGS.:USE ni-PA lit*:n H.- Phone M5-M

1 to register lmmdlatl with heat lit childhood daya that of "DOUGHBOY" I I I I .
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said today life, Murk a habit may wall run -
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: Four credits comprise a ,e.,', linus! to strike ua u an unariuunt I Redland BrandFertilizers .: I

work Hi high school and It.will b* 1 able perversion of laat.
imwltilt. for a pupil to make two Awordlng. to the National AMlatlon >- '
: rcdlt In the summer school .( Audubon Roclvtlaa reported I forProduction I
t der Mr. Outtarldge The "r UD'I la a bulletin of the A mart.
will be rmognlaod Joni the aam tan (Clam Prolncllv '-'''11011.lite .

1 If they had boom obtained In the I II ,gathering of birds' neat In t
:I:1< regular school semester ot four More aotttlnua to b* a vary Important .

\t monthsThe .un.1 ladualry From the latest of' g
} tuition charged by lire "v.llablll figures tin shipments for

tj .la It a month for one subject one year amounted to loosely 't*"- a
md It* a month for two or moresubject. III nests, representing a value of is'the
The teachers. are serving "more than .. It.OOQ. The greater Now time for your summer application of fertilizer.S .

HI lnatruetori In rha summer school portion of the Ulamme nests go to See us about our BONE BASE MIXTURES- your groUf 5
China. Hongkong. and fllniraporewhvr .
t :In lieu of going off to auminernhl
themaelv In aocardanc they are considered a. great | BONE BASE MIXTURES will last through the summer and hot

', I with a recent ruling *f the td elo.ry. The (,hi neM not only S washout with the heavy rains. Let us show you what our fertig I
board af publlo InatruotloaAlMl hold theme neat In high esteem .
ounty
,; --.--_. .I a table delicacy. but r..grd them lizers will do. We ha>'groves to demonstrate our claims _
l.nvtt" Bond M poMMielng great Sortie proper. = 'EI'

"In trouble" ..Ik.d.* passing ilea
Motorist: of a couple In n roup b.da .. Th nests are found In th* Islands
( the road on n moonlight night. ort the ftlani''a* out and are the
r Nope," rants the .r.ply. "In love. pradwi of a pygmy swift or swift Florida East .Coast Fertilizer Company E
"Will. Hat"an.. thing" And tot (olloealU I. Of the upward
'I .interrupting motorist drove on. .f I* forma *f this group. not aU
5, lb.t build edible nests The nests are FRANK B. RUE MGR. -'
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M.hl : ''Wh, ao sad. honey 1" e' mucus which' I I. aacrered by the
Leon: That big ..p that I large gland In the throat Promoters and distributors of Manganese Sulphate

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HOMESTEAD FLORIDA, TUESDAY, JUNE 11,1929EDITORIAL '



:' The United States is at \V.ARI.! I

< Just as surely as if armed troops had entrenched themselves on our shores and were throwing down a bar. .
rage of shell fire,this, great country of ours has had its sovereignty questioned.In .
her talk before the United,States House of Representatives when the discussion on the resolution to 1
appropriate four and a quarter million dollars to combat the Mediterranean fruit fly was in progress, lion. Ruth 1
Bryan Owen,' Congresswoman from the Fourth Florida district, said: ";
"I believe that if an alien enemy had landed a hostile party on the shores of Florida and was preparing an
invasion of my state, no one would say that Florida ought to bear the brunt of the attack. They would not say, 1
'We will mobilize our forces at the state line and defend ourselves when the enemy comes out of Florida.' I think J
that the whole country, if it faced an enemy from the outside, would say, 'This is an enemy of the United States.! i
That is just what we are facing now. There was a very striking,article not long ago, published by a scientist in 4A
; this country, which said that the last war man would fight would be a war for life against the invasion of insects."
, Here is the landing party! The! Mediterranean fruit fly is not Florida's misfortune. It is the misfortune, f
I yes, the menace, of this entire nation. The United States government .declared AR when it put four and a
quarter million dollars at the disposal of its plant quarantine and control administration to halt this punitive "
expedition into continental America, to smother it before it could consolidate its position or get its second wind
for a devastating thrust into Georgia and Alabama and Kentucky and on through the nation's orchards and
fields and gardens. ,
Severe regulations were promptly set down as a barrier against its spread. Outside the state there is a ,I
powerful influence at work to have these regulations tightened. Within the state it is felt by many that they .J

are too drastic. .
There is only one way to stop the Mediterranean fruit fly from spreading! beyond the confines of its w
present territory. That is by the most rigid adherancc to quarantine regulations. If we violate them and. tho t\\
infestation spreads, the federal authorities will only clamp down the harder. They will be forced to do so to protect -
the other states and the nation as a whole. Leniency now might save a few thousand dollars this season, but
it might also mean the loss of millions later on-yes, it might mean the utter ruination of our citrus and truck
industries and the complete tie-up of other state activities.
Hundreds of thousands of boxes of fruit have already been heaped on the altar of sacrifice to this insidiousand
stealthy invader. The government says that within the infested zones all host fruits and vegetables shall be
destroyed, that none shall be allowed to come to maturity and that none shall be replanted. In the protective
zones there must be a host-free period of six months. Fortunately the bulk of produce from these zones can be
marketed prior to May 1st, which is the deadline next season. I
We grant that such rules are necessary. They are vital to the success of the campaign. But what are
these growers going to do for a livelihood? How are they going to maintain their groves and keep them com
mercially: if they are forced to dump their revenues into the lime pits?
Government compensation, at least to the growers in zone one is inescapable. We do not profess to know
HOW to do it, but we do profess to know that it CAN BE DONE,and that it MUST BE DONE. This is not like a
flood, or tornado or any other holocaust that affects local areas and blows or washes itself out within comparatively '
narrow limits. This'thing CAN spread into every nook and cranny of.the entire nation and it CAN become '
a national calamity. It is up to the federal government and the state government and all the state governments
"to see that it doesn't. The physical machinery for obliterating this menace has been provided. The one way to
make that machinery MORALLY effective, is to indemnify those whose incomes have been wiped out in order
that others! may live and prosper.It .
is the most intensely vital issue, agriculturally at least, that confronts this country today. When the
foot and mouth disease threatened the cattle industry a few years ago, a special appropriations act provided for
reimbursement to cattle,owners when their herds were slaughtered. Even materials contaminated by the germsof
this virulent disease were paid for,and all on the basis of their actual worth. There is your precedent and it .
only needs one precedent to establish the proof that it CAN BE DONE. IT CAN BE DONE BECAUSE IT HAS
BEEN DONE! There is no argument about that.
A delegation of loyal'and far-sighted Floridians carried this appeal to Washington a few days ago. Messrs.
'7. A. Griffin, president of the Florida Citrus Growers Clearing House Association, J. C. Chase, Walter W. Rose,
W.M.Scott, Earl Wirt, J.S. Cruitchfield and others conferred with President Hoover,the Florida representativesin
, congress, the chairmen of the house and senate agricultural committees, the director of the budget, and with
Secretary Hyde,,on behalf of the Florida growers. The result is a bill, introduced by Senator Fletcher, calling _.
for $10,000,000 for re-imbursement for crops consigned to the Medfly scrapheap. The citrus and truck growersof
Florida owe a deep debt of gratitude to our Florida congressmen and to these citizens for their unselfish rep.
! resentations, and for the sympathetic and understanding reception their appeal received from the Washington
I authorities. Compensation Is rightfully a part pf the eradication program,and it is up to every citizen to supportit
I ,-and in return for such helpful legislation to give every federal and state official ONE IIUNDRED PER CENT

. CO-OPERATION in enforcing. the quarantine regulations. .
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i. TODAY FLORIDA MUST HAVE UNITED ACTION OR. FACE DISASTER. .
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survival from a marketing and distribution standpoint the industry as a whole is face to f
= face with the most serious menace in its history the Mediterranean fruit fly. Unless there = ;,
is real co-ordination of effort in combatting this pest, ruin Inevitable.. .
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,i aa organization that speaks with the united voice of 12,000 growers will not be ignored. It is =
a providential, in the present emergency that Florida has, through the Clearing House, the e
a immediate machinery necessary to cope with the situation, and its activities to date have .
"). proven its weight with the highest authorities in the Federal Government .
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a preservation is the first law of nature. Complications which never existed before win be .
a injected into our. marketing program next season,due to time and geographical limits. Every Ii
a bit of fruit that can possibly be marketed should be salvaged The practical side of this whole I=
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problem must be presented in no uncertain terms to our sister states as well as to the Federal II
Government There must be a SUPER-BODY, that is all-bdusive in control of picking, .
i shipping and distribution, owing to the intricate zone restrictions under which our crops win i
a move to market. .

= Courageous decisive action with almost unlimited power to meet emergency conditions is j
Imperative In this mass grower: movement And no grower conversant with the facts Incident .
to the conduct of the'industry, even one. .looking at it solely from the standpoint of his own .
= welfare can hesitate in his decision. =

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This is a time for an aroused mind,with but one purpose one voice that speaks without heal. .
= tancy for thousands-which dire necessity has forced upon us. The life and death struggle .. =
of all industry demands organized effort in the survival problem. It is FJorid\,'.' opportunity .
to accept this challenge which the Mediterranean fruit fly has so forcibly thrust .
upon us, and it is the growers'individual and collective opportunity to take this final step in. .
unified action, thus placing our state in the lead for agricultural betterment. I
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GOVERNMENTS]1 Part of Manatee's $1,250,000 Tomato Crop I IS UNANIMOUSLY .


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ERADICATE FLY ASSET TO STATE



Clearing House Head Commander Suggests

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Liberal Application

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Kdltorlal Director. A* Its tint official act, the new \
Farm 'II" Grove Swtlos board of director of till florid

"Federal authorities are thinking Citrus Exchange elected at the ...
.- term of complete eradication -I Dual meeting OB June 4, voted
of the Mdl.terraaeaa unanimously to continue Its mem
fruit bershlp In and
fly, and will fIT Its support ot the
.. every roaeoatbl florid Cl t rue
aeeletanc to Grower Clear
thai end." laid log louse aaao.cIitloB. .
I. A. Ortffln Tomato Hold sear Palmetto. One grown told ever 0,000 worth of tomatoes) from eight The no.
president of the acre this year. Another farmer produced over. 'II .OOO worth of pepptn' (facet) from S3 acre Lion followed an
Florida' 0 14 rue address to the
Growers' Clear- new board by U.

I elation Inc House upon-his Bull Sale Biggest MANATEE "fEG"CROPS Plant QuarantineBan O general Commander managerof

return from the !Caeh.n,..
Livestock Event in ShipmentsHits
Washington last on
In which h* BBauallfledty -
I. A. GrlffM week. Mr. OrU. BRING IN Idoned
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tin accompanied a delegation of Southern Progress LCL Growers
the clear o. o. e-_....
leading Florida citizens to the aa. log hone a* the one organliatloa
Lineal capital to plead for .Indera- Ont 150 Dtd'"T1pe Animal RICH HARVEST Majority of Cartel Shipments having the greatest opportunities
altlM to cover losses sustained bygrowers Sold for Breeding Uses.IT Art Already Moved Out. and poulbllltle; to serve the I I..
dnatry In this, the mot uncertain
to the campaign against -
period of Its bleter,. Individual
tbeflF.U By H.MrDOWKIX, $1,250,000 Tomato By OOL.U BROWN. member of the wokang were
addition, Mr. Orlffla stated, Preeldeat Motltrle Chamber a< Although the nation of the plaataaarantln Urged to loin the clearing hoaee,
VOrythInf Potalbl.,1U' b. dOn (Joa__ Yield; Peppers and control admlnlatratloa and It wa also recommended that
to keep till market ot the country Th 1(1 pure bred beet type Show Profit. barring from eighteen the latter establish permanent of. l
tiro In handlematters
pea to Honda producer el ... balls bought by farmer at Moatstrio states fruits and vegetable which Washington to .
of the itat
concern to
boats for the Mediterranean
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on May Moans mack more
Infested fruits and vegetable U
baa the mere delivery of that By W. R. MANIC, trait fly look serious oa paper "I believe tile tearing house)
Floridians will do their part FoV- many god bulls. The demand forach Director of Manatee County It la aot likely to make any great tan be a teal factor la the present
loving B conference with Dr. 0. U B large amber of beef type Publicity Bareaw. I difference la the actial marketingot emergency" Mr. Commander laid
Marlatt, thlet Of tat plant *..r... this I..IOD" "
acres at one time la nnpreeedenteiB crop. la Washington they will be mora
tlaa and control administration.Mr. the southeastern status anddefinitely Manatee county' slogan "we In the tint place, a good many inclined to listen to the clearing
Gratin concluded that everything m.rq. step la the supply the market basket of the ot the state Included la the order*. house than to any other Florida
possible was being don to rotation taking place la aoathcrngrlcaltire. nation.0 approach the Imm.... aa for exempt all ot the far west. citrus organliatloa because It rp
.mope aid with the fly. problem. H* late truth a little nearer this year era state, never get any Florid eeent the largest citrus Interest

09-ordlsatiom Impel'aU'linn' ,-, It I* only recently that our than for several year put Seasonable product except stray ears of Bay Wa.h4ngtott Office Needed."I .
farmers bar had the opportunityto grapefruit California and Arl-
'' fruit sectionin weather and favorable have been bellows the clearing hones
producing seriously consider the matter 01 lona closed to Floridacltrdi
the country, not only citrus. bit producing a better grad of beef marketing conditions seemed to for year ..,11.". The lose ban the opportunity to induce
pt Cllea, gripes, apple, plums, attl*. Daring tile period when hare conspired to the marked ad- of southern market I* more seri from It to II per east of the
.,rleota. pear and whatnot, IB. oar cattle ,sere tick Inteeted It restate ot the Manatee grower oa and baa torn bearing en the growers ot Florida to Join It, It Its
for the winter crop, peppers (Continued Page IReimbursement.) <
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and squash wr ipeellly oat.
standing product Whoa unseasonable

Griffin Is Named New President and many sections cold wrought of the state karoo, Maa.ate ... for Crops Destroyed

Pratt New Manager of Florida CitrusGrowers' that*county developed enjoyed a magnificent a temperature orop. In Fruit Fly Eradication Work Being I

Clearing House Association Because of limited ..ppl prices Actively Sought in $10,000,000 BillBy
reached u a p r a ce d ented high
-- lerel*. One thousand dollar per

Effective: fan* lit, X M. Prattof elation for next year a poet filled more was from not aa uncommon Possibly the la- nun B HAMMETT clearing boat; Earl Wlrt .,..1.
Orlando, sales manager. of t. the tint year by Judge Allen X. coin that pepper produced the Urgent EdItorial Director, Farm andRelmbnraament dent of the Citrus Eichangel
0 Chose *. Co., will become geasrst Walker ot Winter Karen.A. crop few mil Grove arctic., I Walter W. Roe, chairman of the I
.I lam wan one grown a *
of the ,legislative commute of the Central >
manager Florida '" M. Tllden of Winter Haven, south of Bi-adsnton. Twenty-two tor Florida elt.I.
rue Orowari president of the Florence Villa I acres of peppers brought the own. .* and truck grower whose crop Florida Cltlien committee
Clearing HouseAssociation. t. C. Chase, prea.Ident .
Citrus Grower association,
was ir over 111,000.00. Th* highest are destroyed la the campaign to
succeed 1., bar'to bar nominated of the via present*> president board Mem-and yield per acre wa probably re- eradicate the Mediterranean fruitfly. Co.of; Chaseand J.Craltfield. s.
tla Robinson who those whose duties begin with the (Continued on Page f.) la the llrest topic IB Florida / of
baa tendered his opening' of the new year, July 1. agriculture today. It la a muter the American
r..II..tlo. to attended the meeting.It >t concern and Interest throughout Fruit Grower:
take np his duties was.determined that the retain QUESTIONS the country, and California, W. M. Scott, ot I
aa secretaryand for teat year should net M. through representative In son' 8 a B f o rd, and
manager of seed fear cents a boa and the two oa any agricultural subJeot areas halt endorsed the movementsnequlTocally. other, made a
the Grower and dollar membership fee previously may be addressed pilgrimage toWashington
Shipper League. collected from grower, wall eliminated. to Pans and Grove Free On May II Senator Trsmmell I ,
J. A. OrltflB Information Bureau and Introduced a bill authorizing an where they conferred
president of the_ Plan were mad for Mr. Prattto will brine *t prompt. reply. appropriation of |JO.,00 for this with tile
A. ... Pratt aa0haago assume big new duties here not Addm.- inrpoM. A few day following member of eo..- Hea. Tramatellgrou
tional bank of Tampa, and later than July 1. His selection FARM AND GROVE Congressman Joe Crall. of Call- from Florida. With the
neater of the board ot eau at a Joint meeting ot the board Information Srnla proposed that the amount Florida members the ease was .,..
.t the clearing house also Ita 1e"1*t director, the executive *ommltte Bureau b* Increased to ..,.....0.. The seated to Secretary Hyde, Dr. I
gtalsatlog was a.. a a I ..0 a *l the advisory oommltto j DO...* Hated, Teatp .,. Florida delegation consisting of Marlatt, chief of the plant q.ar.
nominated President of the (Cautioned en Page ,.> t. A. Orlffla president *f the (Continued ea Pace I.)


WITH CHARACTERISTIC SPIRIT FLORIDA IS EMERGING THE VICTOR

Headline! and headaches are akin to the extent that those on the receiving end sometimes wonder whether they are worth

while. Florida has had an overdose of both in the past few weeks, and neither has been palatable. But now that the first flush

of excitement over the Mediterranean fruit fly is over, the citizenship of this state, collectively! and individually! is going about

Its business in typical pioneer style. We met a grower in Orlando the other day who is spending (more; money on his grove this

year than ever before, Just as if nothing had happened, and he is In the midst of the Infested area. We find, upon minute examination

that shipment of both fruits and vegetables were virtually completed before the quarantine cut off,the "eighteen states

and Porto Rico," and that only a small percentage of our crops normally move' Into that territory anyway. The Citrus Exchange

says that only 9.7 per cent of its fruit was shipped into the 148 markets within the prohibited territory. Colonel Brown, our New

York market expert, has some pertinent things to say regarding truck movements to this area Compensation to growers seems

Inevitably certain. The Clearing House has arisen to the emergency created by the fly and facing a period of solid organization. .

Out of the travail of a new menace Florida faces a brighter future than ever before in its history. Florida is fighting hard,

and Is out to win, and you can put that in an eight-column streamer clear across the front page.




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only a minor Mint CappH have iaereaeed > fruit price remained somewhat below New late the eaI-t eaaaed *r processed grapefruit a

: QUARANTINE HASMINORJNFLUENCE somewhat ht part of the tarpla York anttl the ***ond week la May when project and thai open *a outlet that

has been Mat to void storage, and thai they showed only a slightly lower average hitherto ha Ml keen five the attention

kept ft from ginning the market According than New York.Philadelphia It deem.
to the beet estimates available about bowed a fairly food average Bread Look Alike
;. II* can of Florida ultra fralt were la oa grapefruit daring May although In looking ever the trait en the dock
ON PRICE TRENDS storage la the metropolitan district n price fluctuated rather widely from day' '
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and la the wtaol.....'* stores It to noticeable )
May II. to day Th average price wa approximately
::1 Now York oatfaad to lead the other |l.II per crate. Orange averaged I that Florida shippers are using a pre.poaderanee .
market ta price daring the put month slater. to II for this period which of bin printing oa their. pack.
I Supply Has Been IncreasedBut although all of the market have show.Improvement was materially below the New York aver *fe* with the result that a half doien of
m grapefruit especially. Tb*'
Surplus Was Moved.I third week la April the orange market advaaced age.Th* lowest average oa orange wa al the lending brand took a.ellll1lk. except
approximately $1 a crate at New Pittsburgh when price were only about upon cloa xamlnatloa. It would aeenaaa
to Cold Storage.By York. touching a high .II on ....0. Grapefruit were somewhat atroaga It It would pay some shippers to branch
tk* lit*. Receipt ran very tllJI for the sad were mostly around a II.It aver oat late mew colon inch a* orange scarlet
nest three weeks aid price gradually declined pink or lavender instead of all trying to
COI L BROWlf. gain oa May 11 the average price got wan noticeable that at tile tart of ate the bin*. One shipper who lee a
Citrus market appeared to defy the Uw bad dropped t*' It.... Th* sharp declineat into period the Marsh Seedless grapefruit bright gross ban mad his fruit distinctly
1,, .( supply I aid demand daring the past tbto tin was attributed to heavy rollreceipts I-.e.the price of earlier varieties because there are very tow greens ea the
month M receipt were heavier la some .f arriving at the same Urn a direct : was eelllag II to It seats market.
the leading. market yet price were higher cargo of approximately .,.0. box** of erange klgbar. To some utint Valencia orange Prospect Indicate_ heavy supplies of .
OB" the average than for the preceding I and grapefruit arrived from Tampa.However followed the same trend Florid stores for in* next month because
i month This WM particularly evident at ,__for the entire month orange_ Quality Brings rrendufa.The of< the closing late Net by the Quarantine.
p. New York where annnlle reached record price at New York averaged around |l..71t. mailer lid, orange were at a Undoubtedly a considerable quantity of
\ i.yel' itair April yes price averaged II ;. |l II watch we* I* cent higher than premium toward the close of tie month fruit will b* left la storage after June 1
to 60 cent higher than for March The for the preceding month. Grapefruit did under review whereat earlier In the sear to be worked oat daring the coming month.
receipt continued. liberal during tile early not follow quite the name tread a* orange* eon the premium on large sizes wa uaaanally New York dealer are uncertain a* to Just
part of May yt price* war Ia.telned and from a low of II 01 on April II advanced high. Grapefruit Old about the bow food the condition of trait will b*
I somewhat better level to a high of 14.41, reached oa May lam throughout with relatively little to upon withdrawal from itorage A* the
It li a little difficult to assign any one .. After this the average price receded choose between the *|M* at the sloes trait to approaching tile end of Its .*..
reason for the advance la price and It to slightly bat remained well above 14 until However, there to ODe exception to the eon there I* some apprehension about its
prohibit tbat several factor contributedto fay 14 when It dropped to IB.... Grape' above and that la specially flue large fruit keeping ,..Uti... A* n rule quality I*
the higher market For one thing eatIng fruit price for the month averaged II.71o foe few lot of outstanding merit In the about at It* beet daring late April aad
quality was bitter this past month than & |l which was also an Improvement of large also* of both orange and grapefruitlonaleiently May and after that trait begin to average
during late March and early April During I' cent per box compared with the preceding brought a premium from the poorer la both quality and condition
the period the market wa shifting from month. Auction *al<* of orangea at fancy fruit trad*. California orange are apt la b* la heavy
the earlier to the late varieties and a* ..- New York daring April were ...,..G boxes On texture of tile grapefruit deal which apply, daring Jose because of the heavy
way happen tile tint shipments of Valenci@ compared with 111,11 boxes In March: has beta more noticeable this season than Valencia crop On the other band. California I
and Marsh Seedless wr not a* fully grapefruit sales la AprU were 117,111) la previous deal to the Increasing ass of deciduous frnlti were given a sharp
matured ai later 1m the season Since boxes la March. Banned grapefruit and grapefruit Juice. setback by the spring frosts and production
about the middle of April the rating quality AI Boston orange price were somewhat Th latter to being advertised quite cxteaelvely I* expected to average about Jl percent
baa beta very food even though much lower In following the New York advance In the metropolitan district and*may< lighter than last year This will
of the trait lacked appearance aid till bat during early May they were tally a* prove eventually an Important outlet forth tend to prevent any oversupply of early
undoubtedly helped to increase container ilgh a* New Tork. tater In the mouth plainer grade of grapefruit. The deciduous fruits before the end of the .
demand. >rlci declined somewhat,, however. Grape quarantine restriction may help to stimiSkinner.Mau11- Florida citrus ...... '
Advance Dollar a Box.
The Jewish holidays late la April resulted -
la a considerably better demand ai
there la extra baying for these holiday!
and It was daring this period that price
of oranges Jumped II a crate within aweek.
A* warmer weather approach It
allow peddler and pushcarts to operate Sizer "
more freely and they dispose of larger
quantities of trait than during cold I..
clement weatber. The soft drink: place
which apoctalli la orange Juice, and ae* .
mostly Florida oraaf at this ....ua. also
become more active and a* their sales Inra -
<* the offset to felt In the market
Retail price, which are always Blow lareepondlBf
to the wboleaal market hate
t become more folly adjusted to wholesale ..
prices during the last f.w. months and
oranges and grapefruit are being retailed
oa quit reasonable martin at till present
time. -ear n
Competing fruits ar* tapering oft at
thin ****oa la com Instancee a* with ,poI
I plea, pear and cranberries but on the 4
I ether band strawberries and pineapple

are Increasing. California oranges while ..
la heavy supply were-, not materially Double or Single .
heavier than they have-been throughout
I, the _.01. The Navel deal has tested AlkStecl Construction
rather late this season and stock to now Quick Change Device
beginning to show some wast*. Valencia
were barely started by the middle of May Adapted for flat Fruit
I and tint shipments were only fair In
\\j\ quality. Porte Rican citrus were limited
f
compared with normal which was a favor .
,tf I able factor from the Florid (tandpolntTh
export rtajrket baa sot been very
,I active for the past month *o far a* citrus ,
war concerned although export activity '

t apple bat been. la maintained Btensv.A The New Skinner-Maull Sizer Illustrates Inspectors like the new Skinner Maull

\t It has* tar apparently ai the quarantine affected the wa market concerned toBy how well steel often works Into the construction Sizer because it prevent small sizes get

of packing house machinery.The ting into bins of larger sizes. The kick-

) all-steel frame is electrically welded off wheels are set, to take off the large

and forms a solid rigid foundation which sizes first. If a bin Is fall and the fruit

carries the mechanism for conveying and cannot get off the belt at its proper bin

sizing the fruit, resulting in more accurate it will pass to a smaller size bin, where

work, longer life, less repairs and the packer will be unable to use it becauseof

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lower power consumption. its larger size.
i'sstee iNORTH

We have likewise improved the operatIng Tangerine shippers prefer this sizer because -

mechanism by placing an oilless of the accurate work it does on flat


Motor Bus bushing at each ejector wheel, decreasing fruit. It handles flat grapefruit' with

the bend of the ejector shaft. equal facility.

Announcing the taaagaratloa of a

twtoe-weekty. Mew motor t..bug.. Boeton Service' aadether toWulllat.a The Quick Change Device has been You will find it very much to your advan-

Slum, changed so that a slight movement of the tage before you buy to get a: Skinner proposal .

1, Leaving Jacksonville control lever raises or lowers the kick-off on anything :you may 'need in the

Bnrr Thmredaj and Sunday wheels as the fruit changes in firmness packing house machinery line. .


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,1, ......... ...or-"",... .were.It.*... .See.wePM" .-.nn'ewee FLORIDA CITRUS MACHINERY CO. ; :
.! .......e ......... e.as ..... 64.00, :1. .
1 e1.a Neon 55.55 ar.aean" .
: : 80-00
ale e.N .::::: :::: bass: nail I;. C. Skinner, Pres."s Dunedin, Florida

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EXCHANGE ENDORSES tint MB this plate ....... ta rococnta Borthere htor t* pout back IBM the eottoa tout makes their introduction feaalbl, aadaaf

CLEARING HOUSE PLAN B worthy grapefruit ompotltor.. and this belt wh r* the pert eta atalauta it. *. Thin carload mate about K* par*,
tompeUtloB to la tt* bleary for sky it I MIL .U* dec|>M that toataaeo Bad beta brad eattle brought late the UoII.,,,,*
perus of the groves I* 'Tones are BOW discovered when shipments to northern area et Florida through arranceateaU .r
(Continued From Page Three. bearlnf. Texas haa grapefruit acreage equal point, where ih..* la ao dancer of aa cut the board and no-operaUai ageaole*.
)" ta rlort4'sl::: the product : good, and break had ft* reshipped back Into the
leaders have the Initiative.
necessary facilities *. oath whore J J'.f we awMUM danger of
a. then spoke of tao necessity: of a per.bouncing ::1 A eoaalderakl. part of the report Isgiven the fly breeding
: orgaaleatloei U Waahlngtoa Nap.lot star to dissension at Ml*., which No kntttas howri tioto.
there WM little to b* gained by .*ad. Include the pertinent comment that while Dr. ""IaCDO further reetrktlon STOKES I\! SERVICES
bit a fw men up tar every BOW Badhfata. fruit return hare act beta satisfactory against Florida produce war. contain
California baa had "Initially t7tMANM
a Washington exchange grower have received creator 4. *ai #kll* ta* fly ta larva
office tot year, ht pointed out said called avenge. return than those who marketed postedhad bee* ,lw rerad In Te.*a, Louisiana
.a the board to recommend to the clung through competitor. Worth tyaolsaa> Georgia New tork, Order Vegetable Seeds
Ut hosed that seek action k. take. Ohio and Arka****. Bo actual lafeetallea From Us
"It the clearing house does not do It. I had been .1aCII....ed. la ass of these states.Until .
believe' the Florida Citrus Kxchaag will," UNITED ACTION URGEDIN : there t, VlM lafeatattOB. k* send for June and July Planting
h. added. Ht called M tie enhance toback 'the federal *#>*'0Bjeat .has Be Intention
.
Yon Art
FLY FIGHT APPEAL Assured
the clearing hona wholeheartedly asa of
ot piecing any t utrwtlon ot any eort.AH .
tart Pf wisdom. and intimated that the .. "' 14IrJIt"'t.u-"
PROVEN STOCKS
Urfer organliatleu would to laeeevef1 IB hero
trait into tOBO 1 Mace Mar
a determined oanpalga to cot other to (Continued (roe* Pace t.) HIGH GERMINATION
eluding the great trucking lection tl may bo eh/off< .p t. Jaaa II Dr. 0.
give halter ..mite backing Bl this time.IniporUac
throughout the country are deeply concerned U. Marlatt. skit Want quarantine and (oc HIGH TYPE PURITY
of Preserved Frait.1St. .
I test ooamla \wa..a l. WaOilngton, advised
about the Florida and
Commander then fllecuaped. progress' aUaatlon. are tile Florida Chess. Growers Clearing How Ask: JU Grower Who Art
whetker
wondering or aot w* are equal
eli>B made In method of preeerrlog elt. 1
rue IB MM, tad Mid the industry could to the task of tint absolute aoatrot and _lattoa. Using Our Seed
Dr. ..rla" "tell 'was giver la M
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complete eradication. OB *t the
looK to this method tilt
aa only to
mans teII.* the house
POM* PaM clearing .
chief reasons for this deep concern I* the
outer states 011 which there to a* ... that Mans tp v,*aif* ol boxes of fruit
watt kaowa fact that the cltra Industry I FRAtOCS1t MxoaS r rLANPORD
barge atalnit Florid fruit. It
Already which had bush I* fooo I until the last
ha never bee thoroughly organized. .....
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stated Mr closed this gate, sad there I I IBULBS
probably will be mote, ho said If. however, w* do the job thoroughly, few day had *\\l4 sans I oa the discovery et New IntoulA-
there 1* unparalleled opportunity ahead for
He told of experiments that have "bestfinder
items and would kr to be destroyed nniMa -
for to oar grower and producer If w* fair to
way rear preserve eraag
do It. I hesitate to predict what happen a llberfj AterpreUUoa were Bad
may
,aw.. M well u grapefruit! which seem to so.' OB this ....",taJ point. .
to be wholly eeeceeatul. Bxporlment alao .
*
rwhllo Hoarlai.Tha V< -
are being conducted handling froaoajuieee
which aaa bo delivered to homo public heating by the departmentof FLORIDA CATTLEMEN BUY 1
agriculture en Jan I WM la compliancewith
with to* mottling' milk.
"W mart concentrate oa the totes the quarantine law with respect to CARLOAD Of PUREBRED BULLSImprereuvt I

trad" ho. added ...a..U,. "W* alt real-' placing restriction, against tilt fly ta Try -- i W* buy fed cell all kind of bulb

lee that wo cannot alt down and weep state IB the nnlen.Under I Vf beef settle I. weateraaad I aad San furnish planting took for
about loses caused ty the Mediterranean' the taarantla law public bearing norther Morld U foreshadowed by I Narc......, 01a410.... Calla tAne,
fix. We mar nuke torn mistakes, but I mart b* bald before any restrictions, the tweet '\n! M* tad distribution of a Ullea
think wo will find this a war eat of fhlp-I can ..* placed against the shipment ol produce carload of p\\tr"' 14 bolts according to a Radar and Amaryllis.Write .

inuit from parts of Florida to territory from ear area. After Monday. be.r.I. report recsivpd kf |k* Halted States Department to* details. and pHoea
from which our fruit la barred" ., the department caa move swiftly U of Ag+ionltvr from Dr. a. kBrlnkman.
k Sled Board ., Director the fly la discovered U any section otherthaa ot toot Ciorlit, State Llreetock Southern Bulb Ass ciatio. be
Moot members of the board of director Florida, BaBttarr Boa d. ,
Wo returned. The election of officer Dr. Marlatt said the hearing ale was The ball lire to bo ued for gradingup ANFORO e FLORIDA
and department heads wa* deferred to the to provide for tao restriction of tko me o- herd of *uly* cattle Is ports *f the
peat meeting of the board which probably mont ot trait originating la Florida from State where ape' oompletlon' of lick aradloa* senessl
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'tMll lie called within a month. Following .
I* the BOW board of director: R. Kfhomwon
Manatee mb-exchange; W. O.
falfrot Dade: Homer Needle Indian
hirer A. 1. Dealer,.DeSoto; I. .. Taylor
,la-ll.e: W. 1. Bllworth, HUuboroiiichf. :
W. C. Kramer jr. take; W. R. te.
illation J. H. Wbldden, Charlottes A. W.
tfurler, Beaslnolei! W W. Tothor Lake
Apopka>> : F. A. Rundle Orange; }.
Clark, Bld *; Vet L. Brown, Polk; I. D'j
"t rely. Florence; C. H. Walker :
tt H. Cornell, Winter Haven) F. P. Good :
'win Lebo Region; J. BL Bartlett,, SI
lobos; Associate Director Clint Bollck
1*.. Special director are: W. 11. Lee -
f mpt; W. f. Howeyi F. A Ruth,
bake Wales; awi."B. *, jr, Highland
r-
.. Member of tilt executive committee
std districts repreeentod area Mr. Kramer WJIffJlr.ttt(

:f.. l; Mr.'Nedle Ho. I; Mr. Taylor, No.
f; Mr. Bolick, No. 4, Mr. Tother. No. fMr ,
Bnlr.ly Rod Mr. Cornell. No*. S and 11argfvf Are
rnxlerttoa am ReoortL.
The meeting opened with a eeeeton of t
the outgoing board for traaautloa of final
bu.taerv of tilt ,ear. It wa succeeded -'MIl rwrnernaprar

by Ute new board. The meeting WM confined "I II"4 lllkk#" '. "
to report from General Manager
Commander on the ...IOD'. operation. --0--
and President X.. U Wlrt. Bartow, oa the
Mtlvttf la Wa hlngtoa oa behalf ot the Explanation of Price

grower In conaectlom with pBeatlen Chart
for losses doe to quarantine by yeses e(

the ditrraMB' tract fly. -i The .tree gist lla* .._. ROGDEXaf
The annaal report of the awoclatlonBraaeated eats the avenge prior paid ferrer B
at the meeting shows the grand ...*4 Taleaela* ea the New
tout of citrus Iran produced la the United York Auction from April lit t. and REDUCES DECAY J
Suite daring the loaaoa BOW coming Ie ; ........ lac' Mar ....
store has been estimated at 11..It.'" RETARDS i'HRINKAQE mm MM
the largest la the history 01 The dotted Use repraaeataike
.. boa**, by tar
production, and that Florida' crop averts pile paid for all otter Shipper ot Ih'O'40et4 tract claim to have boos leftist bicker. price all
ll.StO.IO boxes the ttato'elargeet Val....* .a the .acme steins for
amounts crop.to This Included 1M7M gibe, amt ....ot. sealed thou ver gold for similar trait Bet treated. Thee claim bar

boast At orange. and Ml*.*** boxes ofgrapefruit. .Tae averages need la pteUIn tkeeeprice boa afBpd oa tilt ground that companies wa* ImpeeatM since so
Florida !shipped .p to Mar I* ours weft obtained 11 y dlotd.IDC sissy dUfxroat varieties. at trait were Involved.With .

"a total of St.IK.44 boxes, or .II.t per tile total meter resolved br the IM W> l"l"f of the Valencia period however, we" (et a member

sent at the eouatryl yield. total boxes ..... Total aieaer re. of aalv .t a single variety la the name market, by which we Had a*
The grand total for all states I* II a pertent solved WM obtalaed br multiplying accurate Cag .f the advantage that Brogdel gives agalaet the wholetlld.
greater then last waves, and n.l per total how e* each ale by the .
Dent greater than tile crop of Itl'-.., the average prlee tea that particular
largest preceding T* r.irrar .. .. .. The Pr of Ulftlwdiy.ft ea this Nee York market during April sad the tint try day IB May.

ha been a year of difficulty. Prtoe Total ale* e( .. ..* beau The pIVMHte. *f Indian, River trait to fruit from other sections I* .about
Broadened mil ,
for a ot relatively .
have low crop
Men Tetal manor reMind > the "\jJ' iii both *ae*. 110 the higher average pries paJd for Bregdoxetfruit
of the
the report raid font .
poor poor taallty quality wa due to the two windstorms .11......" VH set the result of a preponderance of high also fruit la lhBrogdv

that swept toe state last fall, aad Average pries % flaw

coin more ta the Urge amount flf groves per Des .... ..... :{<.II 'I'b.tatl figure upon which UK chart I* bated either a* a whole. or

.fruit offered early la the eeaeoa. Tetal eue all for ay Mr ** say sale day, are OB, file la our office tad are. avaltabl.
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The growing commercial standing et ether ...............t buses If dw Texas trapefrult. the report sold. puttttt Test mosey re- ". ,V viMind price WYherMOe of Br CdM: BOB*** with their neighbor Brogdelhoaee

elate actively la oompetlttoa that for with the ..... MM.fll.** |th ,VnltcBg '0._. Broadax bounce with the Americas Fruit
imams ta central market, a* Avenge prlee .
per boa .. IX Oro,1aa... some other
These kr.i show by deadly parallel BOW Brogdotod trait by reaaoa ot

Licensed Brogdex Houses its better a,..*araac* avid bettor keeping qualities. M Mlllaf for more
DON'T PAT FANCY PRICES money tight .101I<.
rot insect IPra,. "F Ue lcre...." sea Chase A Vise .nwle. 14 Pleases .
sad file gas rearmit.Taagl.wing It ta _lit .Bard to forecast what will bappea whet dealer and eouamsrgeaerApp
." mined with beanies ... ra, Mammeea -- t.a. Wales find out why aom brands keep had some de..... Rives BOW
melee am .o.M.nt .pre, for Mee iltoe, P. M. Tank. nu vitro a Ble J'1 .,, Ste.'Ktllie > 1 preference, a* shows by Iheee charts, pout to price
OM NN w a ._..11.. .. w. Posh, __ Plant sty dlffer...M \( that jaatlfr the universal uses of Brogdel.

gallon A 4 M.,: *socket.ee. ems..,f.f"11.4 postpat% 1 maao er .tore Bk a' ....... r.lmHCWMee Oar Prg.e( mae will how you ether pries aharto, tort aborts, aale

pin e.stene.Reeass's a ree****, gross" -....., utter Rom marketing agencies and other fact about Bregdet.thlag .
......... Oe. Mm//.g. PM.meta. ......:strong .,..rlt.awtW 6 Maces roll 'IIOlllt know U you are to get the most for Fear fruit Beat

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Adame racking o.. Asb..aanes e -
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OTOVM par emnaooeee .. M. Lac, vb.same.ea Florida Distributors inc.
Brogdex
A V 0 CAD 0
.. > % of 1. .. tat a.e- -.-. ,
Larger plastics it the werM-**m- Viewers 0.t.e ......- .,.. ramp.rampn .
now.snows II bearing t* lest.tltl*Rasp rw.teraa.chases Illua.an grad Book cocain. .sees.. Am., rap D. C, SUaner, President Dunedin! Floridar"d'

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I Markets Absorb Heavy Tonnage of Florida ; Truck 1,1




INCREASES OVER MANATEE TRUCK CROPS matoea. This policy I is rewarded by a ale Th* capacity of the) canning plant I* 400

I BRING RICH UARVEST Income annually. It may be (aid I* pa- cart per day and between It and 4.

Ing that the Marglob variety U tile most person are mployed ..

LAST YEAR FELT popular with Manatee county grower this Spanish Onlo.il.

I (Continued from rare I.) An unusual crop for Manatee ooonty, 3

calved by a Palmetto farmer who hue told year.A four-acre field oa Terra Cela Wand, yet worthy of mention, la a flvr field
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ot Spanish Valencia onion raised
IN
ALLMARKETS by XLT.
! over ".00' worth ot peppers off of 1.' where good crop. are the rule, yielded Its Ball at Manhattan. The toll la that

... acre. Of course, each return are unusual, owner close to $6,000.00. There are I locality teem to be especially adapted to
whoa
of Manatee farmer
acorc county
! In' bat they *mpDHla* the ponlbllltle of receipt this from their tomato tale this vegetable M many of the specimens
year
Prices Well Maintained Manatee county soil under favorable eon will ran Into give figure have reached unusual proportion, weighing
dltlon The from I to J 1.1 pound each. Conserve
I average Income per acre tak. Platform.A .
Spite of Large Volume Bayer alive estimates place the yield at 400
lag the county over was from tIOO to moat helpful .agency for the (mallgrower
/II 700. bushels acre. This variety bring from
of All Products | In the Maaate section I 18 the buy per
Squash was not *o profitable a* peppers, or** platform, which wa opened lust November five,to seven cent per pound wholesale
yet the level maintained by the mark la northern market This field was plant
at the Atlantic Coast Line depotIn
when the Manatee crop wa ready to move, .d In onion M somewhat of an expert
The month which ended May II WM brought ...4IOm. receipt to the farmer Palmetto Marketing facilities are fur. meat, bit the satisfactory return will r..
sighed for the
bore whose matures
marked by steadily declining priest for who had devoted part of hi* land to this grower crop olt la a much larger acreage next year
I In lees than carload lots. Bar any
most Florida track crop la northern mart vegetable. Several grower reallaed from tend O' Manatee.To .
quantity from package can be told
kete although there were few glut such fSot to ,too per acre from their squash ono > up torn reader of the Farm and
for cash, If the grade and I toreeoaal..d
pack *
M hv occurred In prc lou* icaeon I*. crop. np Grove. It may seem that agricultural condition .
A ilandard Competitive bid.
n spite the rather continuous decline some Groan bean and egg plant yielded plen. la Manatee runty are overdrawn .
ding by buyer representing local ,"41nortb.rD
commodities ended the month with fairly did return to the farmer who caught the la this article. It I* freely admittedthat
market Insure the farmer get. I
high prleee, potato being a conspicuousexample. early fall market ting. the market price for his product the situation la 111 doe not obtain

Celery gltaatloawTh year after year, oven In this fertile county, .
Cain receipt from ales! over this platformwill
Perhaps the moil remarkable Nature celery grower In Manatee county total nearly 110.000.00 this year.Its nor anywhere sine for that matter.KILGORE. A
of this season from Florid standpoint have altered the aanta unsuccessful season
: success I* assured and the cash receipt
has been the tremendous tonnage of Flop that has characterized part of the
will increase yearly a* usage dem-
Ida eropa. It lit doubtful If many realist state where that crop predominate Th
onitrate It value to the mall farmer
how great the Increase has been this teama. quality of the product was unquestioned, Oaaalag Plant

At New York for I but quantity governed the market and
eiani: the recalpl Another balnea* of considerable aaala.tano .
of florid commodities during the many losses are recorded. Recently, however :
the tomato I 18
to a canning
grower
first four month of the current rear were price bar Hilled and the last 100
plant, operating at Palmetto. Cull I II paid
In excess of IT,01 carload Last rear car, which are being chipped now from for rip tomato delivered to the plant.
the this county will abow a small balance oa
offering for the name period were
Th prevailing price I 71 cents field
*
per
",000 ctrlcad which Indicate a TO percent the right side of the ledger.A wishes to
box. This doe not sound Ilk a vary big .
Increase In tonnage this year. During celery washing plant recently Installed
when think ot the
price market
one price
the month of April alone (MS cart b ty the Manatee County Grower auocla- of fancies hipped during the tomato **e- remind the

of Florida produce arrived In New York, I Ion, I* enhancing receipt for member of son Tt one farmer ..remarked after re.elvlng ..

At Philadelphia the Increase baa Men hat progressive organlaatlon his check for his. "Tbl will
The celery situation this year inertly remind ripe ladies that .
fully a* great on a proportional Ha.." fertlllier bill whole "
pay my oa my crop
the that the age-old law of
While these figure Include citrus fruits grower :

a large part of the increase muat be attributed supply and demand 1* atlll functioning CANNINGTIME ,;

to truck crope.IVpraient When the northern market can not handleall ,

Normal SraMa. of any product that may be unwisely ./
IS
: Shipment Indicate that the Increase crowded la, the Inevitable remit I* a die.

II.. not nil gone to the two or three largest aitrout slump In prtoe

markets because almost any Important Manatee celery grower are looking HERE. .

product that can be m.aUolI'4ID,4. gain with much favor on the advertising campaign

In tonnage. Cabbage, encumber and I which 1* being planned by Florida Be thrifty. Think of the great

strawberries were three times a* heavy I celery producer, for till purpose of edaatlng list of fruits, vegetables, berries

this r..r.tria. bean, celery, tomato the public to a greater consumption
( of that vegetable because ot Its heaHh-glY. meat fish etc., that we have
and potatoes all bowed marked Inereate -
ng qualities; v here In Florida. Start
M M compared with ft year ago and helpedto 4 aJ your
ran up a large total. $l, SO.000 Tomato Crop. canning now withKilgoie's
A much roller picture may be drawnof
The acreage of Florid truck crop wasl
N
the tomato this Again Complete
crop year.
1 mewhat heavier than the preceding year
splendid weather and fine marketing coniltlon -
HOME CANNING
''i but the generally excellent growing condition
have literally lined the pocket of
account In large measure for thaiIncrease.
the tomato growers la Manatee county EQUIPMENT I
r This normal
season represent a
>a for l'1orI4n. without had : Seldom boo a finer duality been produced Wo have CANS! of all type and

rt weather er front Frosts and bad weather and never were peat and diseases sisal CAN SEALERS and complete
eo scares a* they are) this year About
aul the line of Canning Aeceworie Also
a year ago tonnage considerablyThe
..100 acre ware planted la tomatoes In
potato deal turned out anexpenttdly Manatee county, la some Instances the PRE88URH COOKERS of real ,
good In view of the unfavorable outlook *
quality.
quantity wa hardly .p to the average,
at planting time. The heavy crop HOTEL
yet this ihorUg was generally atoned Delivery aaao day order III received
of old low
e stock was ailing at annually
lor by a better quality. A* a retail, oa
prices and the carryover was *o large thai aDd a quarter million would be a von BURBRIDGE KILGORE SEED CO. '"
.n abundance of low priced old stock WM conservative estimate ot the rain ot the

almost ft certainty throughout the deal. crop this year. Because of the high level Fore,... aad VIa, Bteeec Nome of the Bred-Ritt Seeds .

However price started at high level and maintained by the price throughout the JACKSONVnXR, FLORIDA
remained fairly high from start to flalth. PLANT CITY, FLORIDA
shipping season here, one thonand dollar -FIREPROOFSUMMER: -
EnD at the clot after several other states BRANCHED
per sere yield are not uncommon. In ....... _
t1.r.11.g O..om
NumlKT
had com' enced shipping Florid RATESWith
act might they are quit turneru .
one say (Ja..I..... Vero 5 sai
One Spauldlng Hoi were atlll wiling for !
*. a Kaaalna; Waters I Palmetto waeshuleerr
I* to |7 per barrel la northern market S Acre

Earlier. I* the teaaoa price had ranged One ot 110,000 the outstanding From laeeeeitul tomato Single . . . . MOO

mostly tllOQI.Several grower ot Manatee county has a Double . S300 and ".&0 I

factor contributed to the good lO.aera farm hear Palmetto. He make With Private BaihlMngle .

market, thief among which were good torn money every year from his tomato ... .. .Sa.80 and WOO

Quality, the qatcknaao with .bleb'eb.t. crop. This year be had eight acre of tomatoes Doable . ...MOO and SHOO

stores eat price to reasonable level for and pawed the tea thousand dot. Twin Bed .. . W and So
new potato, and the even flow .( the lar nark with his aalee. HI toll, .fat very

crop from field to market. There were productive, and h* uses only the. beat meth. Garage Aero 8t.eHDON'T I Nrrm

no glut and no ahortage This season *d of cultivation and beet varieties of to.
demonstrates that Florida hold a unique

position la the early potato deal became
s
It eecape the competition of other eouther .;., .

itattt for the moet part aIM, It d.ra.onitrate I
PRAY FOR BAlMy
that consumers are willing to .
I :
pay extra for the now stock a* was a* they ; u ___ ,
can get It Once the public starts ailing *_'< have <. wk.. wee one *mf>r tare tka mi.. and = }
eN all the rata roe soN-oboes re" need ... A".Up seta lean, .
new potatoes It dislikes to use anythingle M I* se,. !....*, ...... boos, ..vlBkten, et*. fr lifetime -- r
carries IrianMARCH'S 'OSSize 4"

Tomato Price Dwlla TOP-UP" LAWN SPRINKLER SYSTEM

Toraatoee declined more or lea steadily Writ M *IM eased Automatic Overhand lnl 'MM 11 rn and '
which It to be expected M supplies Ucreaae. n.*e r rook term UM >- >r*. Very imp.rtaas a" 410Deran.xo l deld 1 '

However with al increase of I' ****"* "

I' <.. cartload la shipments, the market DBICHIPTIOK OLADLT BBHT TOW .> "

war almost .. high daring early May M F. L. KEARNEY CO. Ail ." .atlo. of Nlt".P.lit. thle timewill ..
It was last aeaaoa. Good stock ,loped at greatly lacrosse the HM and yield

ft to II per crate which WM only a little Tampa Fla. ef roar crop* n* because MltraJ :,r. r
P. a Dot bbl
.ontalKi Potash "
_I" short of lt aeaaoa' price During math Milne aa! the a altrrnt Ammonia* terns, a.Vutxh ol \ '

't of pry price were very high ao the deal Nitrate of Soda, It will Impart Oman. .'
oa the whole should have retailed favor. Ml N carrrlaftetialltl** te grope and (
fl. ..

l ably.Condition and quality ari itlll two troabletom ccs ,A4rir lr a o stltl +lt 5Iu for *crop,true and a* a top tor
I
factor with tomato Much of field material crop., far NltraPo superior ku r."f.. kea of

i the tock either arrive at the terminal soda and other Potash aalta, for .;
la poor shape or Was I* lacking In some Aft Open lotte to the eoopatttlac NlinJN la doubly refined and ** .

absentia such M sins. freedom front detects u Newspaper II&Wl..t 'f2. A Grove* I Was .. acid *f itilorln ,

or color. e Accept Be substitute alleged te be'Suet ,
; aaaUew ef the "*..*i g aalarit good aa NltnPo." Get a
p .M better ..repchip ejnalltyit i
I
i'I : and truck that arrlvie .a ta*
Doypti know that MM leathers Art tagrarliur coot _kt la tint coi .Itlo..
I a t* tie) largest and wet ooapltlr equipped m iann*

Ooavany U nmidat Do you snow that we are ready and ,

EXCELSIORFOR r willies to offer you ooerpl*** eroatire advertising NITRATE

r aerrloo for your loal adveitlcer*-ldaa*( layout,
\ \ tttohe kaUtonoe and ciao otohing that I

i per. ;IC, eon>lM details art sate. ,


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Central Florida bias' ttcpe.t lualne84990 o
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1 FARM AND GROVE SECTION Seven

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GRIFFIN AND PRATT Grape Growers to Meet Addroeo-Natbaa Mayo, comalMloierof also P. M.RiTlew .

HEAD CLEARING HOUSE agrkiltBe.Lincbeoa. ot tko Ul Decade .t the OrapaIndMtrr

For Annual. Session in --JB. ,. Trukotl.DlaiM .

.tt* P. If.Oommorclal and Insect Control ot Gripe*-
(Continued from Page I.) Orlando June 2728C. *
on ud Vooaomlo Importaieeot
ef It and also the operating eommltte Or. A, Rhodes.
the Florida Grape bdaatry-L. M.
' Mr. Pratt he been closely Identified Rhodes, oommlialoBor of BiarkeU.Builaen Experimental Work With Orapeo-LTra ..,

4 with aU activities of the clearing hoM' R. lit tt. oocrotary of tAe Florida session ot the state Grape <* Stover. .
' throughout tilt year. H* I* a mea\t>" et Grape Orov.... association hoe WIlt ta Growers aaaoolatloa.f N Some Conclusions from Experimental .

the operating committee and baa Sr4 the following program of tilt \U,. annual 109 P. H.Aaaaal Work-Dr. Charles Denko.
mock .< the time M IU chairman.At baB..e -Karl lbmaaa latbarg Grape Growing la West l'Iorlcla-W. K,
the clearing house It wu stud kr. meeting of the Florida Ortp. Qroweroassociation .. i Pope

Pratt hM had long and varied *xp.,"*mla n"l11.* held M Orlando Ihiday, rune a*. There will b* a great two days III.. *..
the citrus Industry which will Mry Mm lane IMI, Hit.TlMMday. also A. ... tag of "grape .. *.-
and the Industry well la bU doU. M June tT. Mediterranean Fruit Fly Uradlcalloa H. F. Atoll editor of the CaliforniaGrape
boa 10:80 A. M. Work--member plant board. Grower, writes that be bas Just hid
clearing manager.To
Address ct ".Icome-la.V U Qflei,' ProtectlTo Measures Applicable to tko a great visit. with Mr. Pop So that Mr.
accept the clearing bans port gee %IU mayor ol Orlando Gripe IndBitry-Dr. F 9! Camp. Pope, from. Went Florida vineyard, and
resign as laleemaaager of Chase > Co.)
OM of the largest grower and hippo organisation ,. i Renponje.-ID. L. Lord, 'N\l4 tt Economic Fertilization Through CM of a* t remit of his tear of the California
In the *state which o.'lfloah Ida Grape Growers aHoelatlOft.Addroat 1'10"1 Crotolarta' --Prot I. L. Lord. I vineyards, may be expected I* mak some
has held for tour roar -Knrl: Lebmana, w..ttf) Grape By-Prodoeu: and Proceeding comparisons ot wilt Florida with the big
IB ecmmenling on Uo altuittojl lat tinge County C. ot 0. Isabelle n arab). I, California districts.GASOLM
week Mr. Pratt said: _
"Brett U our marketing: problem vote
perfect, even if our price bad ",A formly high, what w* are BOW fail 11I1
would call for aa aronood grower fiov..
Mont Battled action, to effectively west
,0. it.' b* aay*. 1'we most do ao, or ear I*
dnitry 1* raised There can b* aft delay.
BO oxen***. Belf.protectlon, the ftroi lI'.
lit Instinct la human nature, dem.A4Wo .t ..
matt band ourselves together to elect
these economic. force of aa enemy Hurt Isis
our mid**
The trait uy men" b* ay\ <\U
brought a* tape to face with dlaacUr, ...
loss It to mat la aa orgaalaed manner.'"
Bmphaalilng that the situation oa"fra>>t.
lag Florida b the moat serious that hen
rr come before citrus grower &IIr- ere
la the United State, b* r.TI.wo0 of
tie problem Imposed' by federal 'I.aratlne -
regulation Of the lntnilU4 ntst-
kiting problem, because of the fin, II'IIJS.
.
"Zone On fruit, U marketed at All th.
coming year, will have to be meketed
extremely early and to a Try limited territory .
open Tere marketed at all. Z404 Two
fruit will b* limited In time and poestbly ,
deetlMtloB. la fact, Zone Tbre fruit May 001
Tea b. required to conform ft gore
though lees cover. restriction. Woce-Pep

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t of Dixit Former
"Outfitters from pin tosafes"
For tilt modern, high..81.-... motor-for all

J motor*- bl* to.Gus Dido Motor Fuel gives yea

Packers'. rrowers', ship ,erg' THIS PERFECT! OOMBCTATION-More Power

lupplfes. Five complete stows Better Miloago ClTMUr flpeed-I M Carbon mad

to serve you; Tampa, LaketM4, AaU-kaock. It* great far tractor, .... Weee .
Orlando, Bradenton, Sar..fO. Pep'o PKRFOBUAHCB awl ECONOMY' account
for la widespread popularity wltb several .....
Office Equipment Co. dred thousand Dixie Farness sad Grower who
use It DAILY.


Tiolene Motor Oil I


holds Up Bttttr Under Extrtmt

Motor Heat

; Tk>l_ lakerft ha boat-reelellng qaaUUco pore.

Cabin Creek Cradu-site highest quality area
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, foul ea this ooBttaeai Thut'l why k h laperPoaaeylTaala -
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, wlity. !'ha&'a"b) a add year

00 e of mile. to your ... That why motorists ba M
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, States find "I'OOC\'OI': a tboaaaad mass of npermbrteaUoa -

." per oraakca fllL There' a car-
rect wdgfat for ewer ear ncI year Bio and

A rig White Service states bee at for you.Purol .
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f interest GasolineTk4

farmer Third of TAU Quality Trio '
every ,
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\ ......".. out eotnple iiaihi to Florida tmimmtI

.' THB new booklet famous POWER..fd Purl STRAIGHT Ooeollao,
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:,' Farm .. which la refined to th* rigid. standards ... by Theo
ColUlnlCdoo a pracw )0' Par OH Company to _saw you maximum power
dcahodJnIIWIIWOD
and mllaago with every (- POWER. I "
tir farm CODCreC" Ie teas 4. .
J.owco Nt concrete for Parol I* marketed through M States m the raloe

baron ,,....,i... silos, 1' 04 I* seed dally by aaOUoao and BtfllioM of atetorM '.' y "

.: septic tanks, and every ...,,I and ,.....*. '
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+ the modern farm. Do-,
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tailed (01t
suggestions

, mining and placing c0oI .. OVER 4000
ctete ate st.enco t .

:' with a largo cam oI I eoarteo oertlo otaUoa la Dili*'oerro you this
.,'. t aeelu1 phocopphuad _" POWEll: TRIO. They dot the highway* sad State
- : 61f81111o road t* Georgia, alabaata, Perth CaroUaa, south
With this book as a aaroUna and Mtoabelppl, aad there ara.orar TOO
: guider any farmer can BIN and White Service Stations la FlorM* aaiay
m" 1 of theai covremlemUy located rises m th* farm
away profitable hie ton of the (..<.. Thin glens oerrle network thrrreo oa UM .quality..
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farm improvements at small COlt. A 1 fvrfonaaao of tko Products. they .....

frost copy will be sanded i

so 1M upon requeaf.POITLAND .
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Eight FARM AND GROVE SECTION

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TANGERINES ARE FLOWER FESTIVAL PLANNED Exchange \\ \ ?. 0 rUr. at Winter Oardeai A J.
*- -r. Of >rcadli, a B. rraley. of Phil-
Body Loans \/ p"". U" T. .. Taylor, ot Largo
tt GAINING GREATERPOPULARITY A four.day ktardl eras and flower
festival ham bees planned for West $2,000,000
Palm" Beach on July t, I. I asd '.
? NOW which Is expected to attract sightseer Things Worth

from a Urge portion of the state according
to announcement of general Grower members of the
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commute of member. ot till Bike Exchange: were advanced ... Knowing -
Receipts in Eastern Marts lodge, Junior chamber ot commerceand too o. crop toaM this _
ro merchants. division of greater cent nor than last year, _
" (. Largest Ever Recorded Paint Beach chamber of commerce, aO annual report of the .. JI:" DIRT BOOK. va* of the beat
" three ot which are sponsoring the affslr Guaranty company gives at Alets osj dairying that baa vr com
? -Quality Only Fair.By The flower festival to expected to meeting la Tamp Oft JIB* m.the .ferw* I* how.available. It I* en<
become an annual affair, growing larger Looner.p-_.tan.- .....-:*.. /'" "..o eeefs.i- Dairying and Is a ll<
each year. Featuring the festivitieswill Total loaaa of the '' hook folly stratdaad to bond
COL. L. BROWN. be Fourth of July festivals climaxed affiliation of the exchange, \ lstperatte cover. It.. a oooseientleasAA
t' I> Audio sales et Florida tangerines at br a parade, athletic ..ellta, masque Oil or two and a half times / for the saw dairyman, jet rick IBJ
"':"" Jj Mew York for the till-to season. which ball sad carnival. capital. Of the total loan \ ,bl. foforuaUoa for the experienced
| i' has Just ended, wr by far the heaviest In additional to the activities.for July numbers received fl.111,011. **< .r. Will be glad to bar a copyleftr4
c, J, ever recorded Total sale amounted to 4th various events have been arranged ctatloaa were advanced $.. \ to tayoo* Interested la dairy farm.
-' ;') 'I...... boxes which was aa Increase of for each of other three day A baby lint are secured II' crap v without ear cost whatsoever If their
< i(1: approximately IOI.OOO boxes compared parade on Saturday morning Jaly 0, a alter are secured br 11I0.1,., IJ "lIet t"tl request for a copy t* our'ire
v r with the previous season.i beauty pageant at night at which time log houses aid oqa maBt. / and Grove Intormatloa Bp.....
f The Itll 11 season was very heavy hutj It Is hoped to present contestants from Short term credits to the 4jti bero Hotel Building, Tampa.
< ,totaled only 114.10 boiea er any Tl pert all ever Florida boat races, korsesho "'0.00' were obtained br .
i cent ot this sessoa's ;. *. Daring and shuffleboard contest, competition term trust notes to northern d yon are .Interested; l. learning how to
< 1IIMI, sales amounted to 407,111 1 boxes among the local merchants on the best discounts with the 1' ,;t.trllll.' kasards aid complications
i which represented but f f per sent of this decorated display window nil are expected bank tare the company f *, arise when marketing perishable prod.
v I ...110.'. sale to attract the visitors. a total ef 11.00.00' of short ,-, joVl fall to writ ,for the booklet
'' 1 I The heaviest month of the lU.-.. son obtained outside of Florida. ..,,,Uo', Market. Insurance" Complete '
boa was January whereas la the two provlous da banks and one northern $ u tloii with a graphic picture of nar.
: seasons more tangerines bar been CO-OPS. MARKETING MORE EGGS 600,000 In fl e-rwr trust ,I.III may be had from this booklet One
sold In December than In any other month Capital of the company .. 1I' pb Sent you free of share Jut send-
I Bale for the month of January amountedto during the rear br the axle of > M..,,t to the Farm and Grove laAureal -
.11..,. boxes, more than double the Co-operative egg marketing to gaining referred stock mainly sold to ..I\a.tlOII HIH bor Hotel Bid*,
amount of the previous January and nearly meet boas of Baltimore. "" t tm
round, says the United States Department -
I double the .,1.. of the same month two ot Agriculture. Mora cases of eggs tale .....11t with surplus of .

t rears ago.Although were marketed through farmer-owned anarmercontrclled addition, f...000 was placed S loo/n\61l3OOK
the return of business dlr-
asaoclatlou In 111 uad. t
1 .rat January was header than' for any ban ever before, despite' the tact that : 0. H. Walker of Barton" 7 I
other month the heaviest single dare hale store ot the associations formed several treasurer; H. Oar Nlckerson 1iHI.
was held on Norember II, last before I years ago are no longer functioning vice "president and Mr. I
ThasksglTlng. when a total of ...'ftO i
Seventeen ot the larger association for elected. Most of the members
packages were aold. During the two previous of director air* were r-ole '
which detailed data are available for the
seasons the heaviest sale of the season member on the board are
years HIT and 116 received l. per cent
,. were just before Christmas. of Fort Mere sad C. B. 1
",t more .". In the latter year than la the
Heavy BiippllM. ormer. "area. Other directors are Mr
\ Preliminary reports Indicate that ape Nlckerson, A. M. Tildes and 0 '
There has been a noticeable tendency 11rw
during the last two seasons for the shipping proximately: 4,000,100 eases of eggs were
period to last several weeks longer marketed during the year through _po !
ratlv associations The larger part of
and considerable quantities of tangerinewore
disposed of during March and AprIL this quantity was handled br the Assoc* BIG PROFITS IN
After the middle of March small e.uan- 110. along the Pacific coast, the assoclaona II* CMaohllla-* doe m,
In Missouri, and those In Minnesota and eligible ter r.slir tlo :
titles of California tangerines appear, o*. New _p..Ura egg-marketing enterprises Sew ....... .kl_ .r 9 1 I'M4lhoer
the market bal not In heavy enough supply SATisrAonoa .
darted the In NewJersey '
were during; rear
to affect the market for J'lorlda.Supplies .
Michigan, West Virginia Colorado FLORIDA FUR --
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were a heavy M to seriously
affect price and for mast of the season Norlll Carolina, sad Ohio. elf Cratral Av. ... to ee j
values were below those of recent years. jI
and especially those of the lUT... s..- Citrus growers of Highlands county have /for*Milk.JmttiyatZgyVhl .
son. Prices" remained at moderately high pleeed order for nearly ",0.0 pounds or I
level during the first part of Novemberbut rotalarla coed which will be Imported
DtfCKt '
II WHITB PEKIN la not "advertklng". "0011. I
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the sudden Increase* U receipts caused train Porto Rico at saving Cro-
a treat delivery NOW .t $Llt each to rialtoTb Happr Familr" gives
"' prices to decline from an of 61M alarla hal demonstrated its value
average a* ammer for In endnretandable lansruasre.B
Eggs and B br DurKs V eu plain,
lees than *l within two weeks. .. la tile IICIlolt.J' .
cover crop Ridge H.YI..b.lr.." tre" per hundred.BABT ttMtU'j < that will enable you te get bef
DUCKd 40e eeehi \.r results from your poultry aadrres4ocK.
Sit per U. In Iota of ..* or \ ,

snoftond Deck Iterate, I.v.....
gore than a half atinum eoptee have
Vew '''''rlbul''. A new edition ss

1} The Fruit Fly First Then- 4r1.1 bee yen.oft the Write press.. stating We have the a numbs copy- I

of poultry aad livestock you are .
tNding." .
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t'i'{ Attention Normal Citrus Culture I
to it on ,.J JeaAL.os erlds ce.Jp..Jr)
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N. matter hew large the loch. YOUR POULTRY HEALTHY i
tear. only a %mail paint b.....
Go hand in hand when you was Schn&rr materials tot Spraying or ef "Black Leaf .." and a few AND LAYING \
time for applying It te the
rte aad ..ON....... are ..
I Ducting your Grov rid aa entire Clock .( I.....
DOES AWAY WITH USE

Just now RUST MITE and MELANOSE demand attention. INDIVIDUAL !
Kill Hoe on your entire nook Pearly White Brand
fifty birds or five thousand ,
the time sad labof ....... The
tj J Schnarr's AIR SEPARATEb Dusting Sulphur Ia. noteworthy see dipping disagreeable er srMuInare methods llmln.f. Oyster SheD

,'r.; product, extremely fin as to mesh LIGHT and FLUFFY flows longer aw Mary t* disturb t. Writ for PamphletsATLANTIC
WORKS WHIIJB THEY
;1 freely through any good machine. A 100-pound sack by actual Whoa ektakMe. perch vwea SHELL
have _. "..lBt 4" with "B"
measurement is nearly a third bulkier than some of the hairy 4.." ferns are slowly r leiu COMPANYP.
MrmeiUe tic featksra, kllllns :
closely packed Sulphurs offered. A given quantity will dust The trMtraeet le ee easy, .
chase there le' ae longer any 0. Do* 3586

greater number of trees. over"BlMk be Lost bethr 4S' Is with sold poultry at D..... JackmnrlQc, Florida
ware, need stereo eta Ask ,.
er Of write **. .
Schnarr'g LIME SULPHUR SOLUTION for those'who prefer a Tebaooo --

liquid Spray. Chsmloai
LeelevlUe. Chicks and Duckling

Use Time-Tried Dependable Ma a..<"'** strata Ifrhlte t skwa Chicks 111 \
O tl ,. Ml per tea. i
--lee* strata Mammoth Pekla Docks -
.j terials and Spray, With Safety! : r.t''prj.s.ntf11111; Uvs fee.fe. ,

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Special (White Oil) Spray Formula safe and effective In hot

weather. Made from heavy highly refined neutral ofl. MONEY IN -

rID e.a make seed
esiey raidstfoe .. $: P 'EM CLEAN" COMPOUND
.,: we
Standard Spray Formula the PEER of all medium priced Emulsions iag
sate highest. fur ..alitrr9m w roar palter free trees Mites sad
... at leweet plow } > peep oat *. spraying. er handling
and used continuously for 20 years. writs fee true fact en bitch

Rabbits AL.O..a .taamtvQIICES t a : onfvl I* Mck hall nlle*Will keep
rasa ease rasa, r1a. w r, e Mli4 M tke IMOJ
,'" and onlirr hews free from all Set*
trlthem af MUo, Slash er *._
THAT yete's treetmest for average flock neat
'Of' or SendVISA year same and
; J. Schnarr & Company .re4- e-sar tress ban lk4 : Vast."". 91 Nei Post .. .. ".U\'frr.
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blood U. 4. From kuwth's oldest "' ''.. or money rot.
a" .reditea* I .... have ... ao d ,
r..-ts e. t<* 'II ....It...neat to ace .n gear...
Otkmdo Winter Haven se vka, s.d..a..se t-e an ,0 sec. i. rl da,n. Itso sad U.... "I a
: *>e*. .wend.. ,. \M SUM >a : \ at ea" sad be readr.

ee.frig N w dale AIM, h.tei". see....0M ejvtek M.. : *_ Seas ore. C.. 55.ttnq Via.

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REIMBURSEMENT SEEMS BEST MARKETS OUT OF MOULTRIE BULL SALE step to tilt progress toward economical la.dp .
adae* *t our farmer.
CERTAIN FOR GROWER QUARANTINED AREA WAS GREAT SUCCESS
Cards club members at Pahoke ar*

1, making bar while the can ahlaa. report
Continued treat Page I.) CmUawd from Paso I.) (Continual from Pa.* I.) mile iterate Lyle. assistant. hem Meat.Th .
( control administration, dlr*< elms Situation It.wUl ala alteet divot. was toe BaaardM to Import ball not tick girl are caaalng all *t their larplaavegetable
..u.* and Immaa. aa that Series the put II roamgenerally *.
aloa privileges WarcrVka and BBTaaaala .
Lord Senator McNarjahatraua aa
kadt .
tar *l the ipeaklaa. ow boat *.atttl Inda
of the Senate committal oa agrluKur .. eon a* loot** be used for ..1"11I1InP try ba Isis dona.."

Congressmen Reagan chalrmaiat "ll. Now that Georgia, Alabama ant north-
te'
*| agriculture BeN Wall ..on.1'10rl4a' \. am Florida territory la tick free, oar stock l
commute/ OB ago
the boa.. I raters are planning to breed up their eat.
best market Bet m thaoatheaatera .
ftasfy the delegation proceeded direct | art I U* herd, by the sea of strictly par bred
Prtaldeat Hoover. "itaU ad Dome suppose hat t. beef type ball. Thousands at stockmen

they were tact with a mo the heavily populated manufacturing state., showed their interest ta cattle producttoa
everywhere t* the north New England Mew York, by attending the Moaltrt bull Sale aid 100
sympathetic hearing and after many eon- Pennsylvania, Ohio Ilfcshlcaa Mid IUI.olIart cattle rafters tuned IB their name and

torenoe* senator Fletcher Introduced i t. the real market. Daring 1111 t*.: addressed, Indicating their desire to pen
new I bill calling for an appropriation of crUet--Baltlaere, Boetoa Chicago, Claeli: .b.*. a beef type ball
'1.,...,... for mderanltie Tb* btl nail Cleveland Petrolt. Nw fork, Pblladelphla i A tremendous interest In better beef Wises Wyess
provide that *omp n aUon lhall b* Urn. Pittsburgh and Waihlacto*--*o..: cattle H holes displayed tbroachoat the Coal soAdds"
Ited ta commercial orchard, and hall apply tamed 1,4.0 car load of Florida mite southern States and hundreds more of pure
to tree that have been planted lor and ,...lalll.*. laaaaiacbi* total 11I111-1 brad beef type bull will undoubtedly be b
all year or more and are ta a eondltloitadleatuc menu were only n.... to 10,000 I II purchased during the current year
that they hv been malntalai I II evident that this territory get the bal Th* abundance of available Own ranges,
sod operated accordance with good her of the Florida oatpat. It 1. Sate t* aa;, the fact that permanent aaature of car. Whether en taalmii ot pleasure,
ticaltaral praetlo The eompenaatloa tt that thr -Ioartbl to four-fifth of the U- pet bermuda, and I..,...*.. eau be developed will gas >
Alone"
be allotted oa the baal ef II per trot. tell Florid ihlpmeat go ta northern mat. at tow soot and capable of carryingtwo M If yo live ptheeo c tIWitt
far tree between the age of ill and .Iht ket from Chicago *aatward.Rhlpnxnu cow per acre, the favorable prig altlatlon era, Modera. farsighted lat '
rear; |1 for tree between eight and taa: bests to deelln after the of good beet aatu and salves now ..Itt"-.c..rellafto ,
year; || for tree between 10 Bad 11 middle of Mar and during the balance Gf prevailing all point the war to the up sety tiM outside room, wok ..
roan, and 14 for tree II roar of ag'. the season lea than 10 per cant *f Florl. building *f this highly important phase ef wlih prlvat beta Swum ml*.
'II and over. Provision I* made for true! da'I crop move to market. Indeed t.. oar agricultural development. axe from railroad etadon", vet .
crop host to the fir on aa analogous baal. flyers mar a* Closer to 10 per cast thai Year Roamd Incoaea, free from truer Uav Service
when they were not planted la textile to 10. Citrus trait shipments begin to d*. W. are BOW able to realla ojir dream which many U fnmtlotmt peopledaclu the
equaled,
with state and federal quarantine rglatlou. .. Crease sharply; cabbage, lettuce, an of aa actually sate Bad eaae method offarmingthat rate ar** a* low M IJJO.yet No

strawberries art completely finished a.d of a mlMd or diversifiedproduction 1 eedloiie waiting lor ....-. Slf
Our Farm and Grove section, realUIni, many other product are drawing to the retaining all our major crop stated la 4 acre park, with three :
that this was B vital economic .bin, hat. close of their season.It I and by adding feed crop to be marketed petting green* and encloeed play
led the campaign for reimbursement Iron: I I* interesting to aote that some of the I through livestock w* can he assured of a BTO *J for childreow Club :
the start, a* a press matter Our editor commodltto which Florid ships latest ta weekly and rear round CreakfaM ef BUtoum Wail I
Immediately wrote every state senator am : to the season are not classed aa 1101'". ThtI I The development of our o'r: cattle Industry and eervJe* TSc luncheon 85*
representative calling; attention to Senato I true of watermelon, celery, encumbers. will act only add now Income from M $1 J5. dins 12.00.BILTMORB I
Trammell'i bill, and to the necessity for : and green corn, all of which art atlU movIng the Ml of eattl and salves bat will be of RATES s
similar state action. A similar letter wan. to market. The ruling will, however material benefit ta rebuilding the fertilityof single Double" I

deepatched to member of oon.,..*. an< I affect the dlatrlbatloa of tomato, pepper.) the poll, depleted daring decade offorming $4. IS. M $ % 18, |10 !
to shippers, grower, banker and to other ; and eggplant. without h* aid of feed legume Rooms I
30 at $1.90
leading cltlsen The response has beetrepatriable. Might Place ICIIabar.Of ..-. and animal manar
Everywhere: there I* evl''1 lOar... It I* possible that the llatel The Moultrl ball sale la certainly the TJ.* ATLANTA BILTMORE

deuce of wholehearted cooperation"tllll' placed under federal quarantine for Flout forerunner of a gigantic development of Aa Address ./ Frtittgi
Cur these Indemaltiea for grower da product mar upon their ova Initially southern beet cattle, and mark a definite
crop have been destroyed this aaaaoaFrom .1 bar all fruit and vegetables Instead ol

preeent Indication U seems I.tt-I' those which are merely boat. Till would .. .. I .........,.-,:/..."".
to' .
able that definite action will lit takes affect watermelon distribution In panthers i lr=----oII-- --.r=--r--.I==r=r=r=-r= ------I- -

provide these fund market a* the southern market are Important i
Precedent t'Ite4. I early la the season before Georgia
There ta plenty of precedence for mcl commence to ablp and while It I* atlll cold
action, and our "'Stonured the Information In the north. I
relative to these precedents H should also be borne In mind that If
from Washington and ether ...ro.*. Dar- Florida product citrus aapoclallr, are as.
lot the foot and mouth disease outbreak,. eluded from certain markets, thee markets -
compensation wa provided for the deatruotlon mart get supplies elsewhere T* Some 1 )
of cattle under a special approprla.tloa .. California rT k. ,
extent It should draw oranges 1 7 r r 4 iK J
act covering the fiscal rear ending away from the big market If there ta an
Jan If, 1111. This hill doe not Include added demand In the restricted territory
any Indemnities for ravage* canted by In. which la turn would treat aa added oat

loot, however. let for Florida citrus la the bit market
la virtually all Instance where remuncratloa

woo palddor animal destroyedseder ,, ,"" .
this act, till state governmentswhere }
the disease wa prevalent, paid hall
ef the amount determined by the appraisers. .
It would Seem, under ibis prec* :
dent, that Florida should coma forward I
and aka an appropriation of at least ;/ :
"0'.000 toward inch a fund.
Trammell' All). } ,
Senator Trammell In forwarding cop

of his bill Mid: :.
"I am In receipt of your favor of the t'' ., '
yes
llth, with which yon enclose cop *f lot ; ""vi I

tar addressed to member of the hoax Dunedin. Pin. Jan a. ita*.
and senate of the Florida legislature to. ;

tether with copy of editorial which banbees .}"
published by newspaper eo-opratin "Bn>|4ec.d fruit la sue Judgment !
la the publication of Florida Farm and shows up much better en arrival end ,
think that It means better rives real-
Grove Section. I thank you for your eo. l> 4 upon eme."-ConeoUiated FruitAeetlea
operation ta connection with this proposi Co, Cleveluo

( tion" Tear Broads Treatment, properly
Congressman Drano said h* had at applied. le hp. Insurance. tat say clt
I with the official of the department olacrlcnltnr rue shipper.. '-Jerome A. IVareae *
1
.1 Co, Ckloeie.Tensratulatloiie.
the matter of reimbursing.
I Florida growers for loan Incident to deatractloa e*. MW treatmeatFrvlt
In the campaign oaks alive and freah Trade
I of their product ,..
valuoo accordingly" ew,er A Day:
oa the Mediterranean fruit fly. Boston.

"We believe alt Interested parties,
arowera", shippers, railroads, dbtrlka*
tor, tobbitre, ratallero and, last bat
not least the Mummingnubile, are an
BRAND NEW i a.flt.iKluiman and lioarty, laa
Boston PLANNING
"It I* ear opiates that the penae ef
1, KNAPSACKDUSTERS treaties frail Is this way Is well war.
ranted .b the results acaomnlahee.1- .
4. H. OeedwlB, 1X4., New Tore.,
-We think this a wonderful swiss That' the logical order..<>IJ>* qualified to aasfet you In solving .
as It keeps from deal Wehandle
eraaaoe ;
a gone man' erancos (or UM M ping planting prolltlnf. yn particular proUesan-.

At LCM Than Cost 0. J). people .and Iblak we know what aU UM to help with your plan-
we are lalkl .ItoIttoN_*y W. Glass But without planning, you

t Brokerage Co, Memphis."It plantar ta th*) world won'tproduce ning. Why Mt can .n them?
to our opinion that the Bro*.
des: presses Improve the keeping satisfactory profits Abo won owe U to yourself to

i scanty* more as well altnuitlve ae making thereby the apDvar.aae adding. from your eitru rap. find oat why certified and

4. ,. .Ita ../ablllt--.l. A H. CiIoo4"I. guaranteed citrus Block to
Ltd. New York. Glen Saint Mary Nurseries are
"We insider, the ....... treat. tile largest awl eldest citrus .always the stock that costs
if meat f waalderable Mvaature la tin. you Ices Copy of our

,puaeas.e epos *=40,44, ,ceeeral* o.ppnaoa nrscrics. latent booklet fro upon r>

: New York.
f .Vrerdexed, Meat I* e or eplnleaahowe Its representatives an fully: ......

011 meek better M>ea arrival

:::= Which nusaa better, adee.1C3ive..

will. WHeW tae system ef troatlavdtrM
Good for spot doitlaa trots with eerax tm exMltoai.All .
...**.., mamnte aad Ialonw e4 .ar -*T.wer% ....... Qndoint
field crop.Former ... rallraaeX 41Mrlb.lore. febkere.retalloni .
.a.. loot not I.".. tie *o.. Hiarylurseries
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14
price | eml5c .,""+ are all keaetlleeVW
llpMlal ask Price l>.10.Mall BeeRem .

Order Aeoepte. ..$rorsened Deli M a wonderful ,
Mooes wo beadle a awed many earsror
ORANGE tko M. O. IX people and think we Co.WMTm
...." what we are talking about.Insensate. / .

MANUFACTURING
I t Ooi :DoMenber Iota Chester 0. Pee
} COMPANY gate Co, el Ortaode. flortde. eklp. BATMORLAHTX
pea a ear el Brea wen treate* uu>*or.IHOS TAMPA
under their Wl.fc" brash Ta"S ARE GUARANTEED*
ISM Berth Greece AT*. This ear arrived M Chicago aad solid at "GLEN GROWN
OrtM o, rtorlda ....... tor the aoooaat el Jerome A.
JarssM Compaq *. Dos ember I*.

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and Answers the ground. What San I do to atop thtadleeaeer IB which. the trouble can b* eoatrolled.Q. .- vorlag the development ot this drop do

i J. It. To. Lowell. ITa.Thla r. Weber, Associate Plant PathologUt sot persist generally la the etate.Brooooll .

trouble la commonly called bloc la qalta similar to cauliflower
r c-oed r by the'Agrlrelltaral Ixperl.ae.t torn ead rot. lI.per..I'orll ao tar' Can yet advise me regarding the poelblllty *-I la its growth ,...lrl., uniformly _laad
swim has sot shows ... moot weather daring tile Utter part
lust what caaeoa this of growing broocdll IB floridat+- of the lowing The
II. market
sow* of my tomato** hare black spots ease bat Indication an that It I* due to W. M. U. Tampa, F a. this crop baa never been very extensively for
;t o. the aadar Hd.. They wr. mot touching' physiological conditions. lack aa dryvathr The production of brooooll la "Tlorldahaa 1, developed except IB the extreme aorthveat
Application of fungicides will. do bB attempted her and then with. era Dart ot the United State*.-M. E. BaKa. -
ao good, and I do not kdow ot any way. varying ..ce.... Climatic, ooadltloaa fa- Track Horticulturist

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Springfield, 111.-Accident insurance al
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r a coat o( one cent a day la being featured

la a policy lamed by Americas 'BantflCaiaalty t ass

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month for 11 montbat | .100." at I r .f1

doth The >premium la only It.IIytar a o o

or exactly one cent a day. Of the

thousands of application received many

r bar com from the agent and execa"

I Was ot other lainranc oompanlM The t.

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+ women and children over flfte-m yean of

tie an ellf lbl.. No medical examination
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To secure ten dare free Inspection olpolicy

lend BO money. Hall to Amert-
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., lllt-1011 llyer Building. Springfield,

Illlnoto, the following Information Name;

addre: beneficiary. Bam and relatloa.hip. .

I After reading the policy yoa nay

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V6ffera your boy the opportunity to develop rigor of body mind and

.. :character. All the outdoor ports the year 'round in a wonderfully *

invigorating climate. '

\i Instruction by a faculty of proven experts. An instructor for every

10 boys insures personal attention to every individual student.A .
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Intelligence lays a permanent foundation of characterand I
t ; Like the womog rest conduct. .
ebov., ae brakes mar get ;
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BRAKE TESTER its beauty and grandeur, to '',

will tell t. I fifty hew .1
peer brakes ..... It's ,
k 1 eoleatle and meok.aleallyaooerate 'Lee School for Boys -
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brakes the next time yea Blue Ridge N. C. :
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PLANTS AND SEEDS DEE SUPPLIES HOGS REAL ESTATE FOR SALE

:TOLD PBAS ae I 1* PRAMS weed severed hives complete WltlTB-Vlelt Danish Farms, I..., Florae FOR"nW ll-aore year, Pelk
Irene (1 atWblppoorwla Now with fr.mM 11.01. Free eataloc. Quit home, Putnam Couotr. rierld Registered c eraac. groves, eae Innlde, one evade
...a.',TBliXU ,. Velvet Nana Florida Red Cam s Co., Henme, La. Poland Chinas and D.._ Ross for mar Highland Park at Lake W.I.. Pin. ass
Cobb M4 eora. Prime Quota and < lret. our Ro.ltor or write Pout I. !Crawl. CYattaooox6 -
t ehipvieat. Provett old Cempaay, Ser11P., DUCKSBABY T.an.
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Via.OOVBBJtMENT. hatokla aad brooding MISCELLANEOUS I Fort SALAAnocra dairy farm for lose
Inipeoted Porte Klo.e ...z DUCE Mueeeyy.eggs Dark auaooyy, ANT1QUB I'UaNlTfR.Q.II..c.r ..... amid than east Five tulle. from Clermont bym
I. hard surfaced read. Now alroomhoes.
tate ,I..'., It II per theaeaed C. a. b.treatoa Pekla one White Runner varieties Buy Pewter:: : r and .. milk house, $1 stall stanchion beta
... lowest .
feendaUna stock from florid. elclMlaok e Arts A Crafts akoo.till
On., B. a. lwggotl grim.. Ova granary. w.n..o& .tor. 1'. QOrabl.
Are. Tampa, Florida
farm. Write for catalog and prince
POTATO plants |1 II M. Tomato pleats 11.40. Dixie Maven Farm Boa lies a.*......., FM. rR1D1II enii-.me.H ..x plotur.. ; ofd's .. Cl.rmae. Florida.FARM .
Vine outtingss/.0e I !. **. Georgia flMtMrra studio. North Little Roo Ark.
> B RABBITSMACB HIGH BLOOD Pressure Inexpensively ...reocne. WANTED
I i : RICO and THampb Potato plants, BIO Chinchilla rabblta. without drace. Dead .ddr* 'L ... M. ... toe
PORTO ) profits with kee.P"Q. 1VAMTBD-H f from owner Bead farm
7 s "... '...a..... .mate and cabbage. $0e. Ron!.meney mnkere. Write for laeta, end jt R.>JLJeliwk..ri rlda.M1NK.RJO. ..I.. Cask price, p.rtlouUr O O. Land-
toe Aneroid taros, Mle. O ., Con red a Ra..kDeaver, Colorada.hl8INd ROtHJ,satisfaction. (uaraatMd *rmon.y e.l>t, Klnnea,---.. Minn.TREE .
//1 hABHIrs eff.re mak- nfunded, T. IX Bokliieea, Bog II, me -
many money I P. Bl l T .
..* ae.MAKB
; POULTRY f far roe epperlnnllla., La Ball Oar We.raise.u. *the-. Petenbnrru. best for ale or tale a lUmdardndmoeiulte kUrzr;: KILLER
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liquid. 0. Costsabout
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Lefco 8< I* tree*, ,LI" BO-KO
CHICKS-Qn.llty naraateed prepaid "I
Me .llon te make, eonale any eamarket. Compeer ufiiitewts.
a, 111 off roc k. er ...... ,U...> wyedettee Farther Information tie U allTer.W. MU*
111.**. BemaaarUI Katakery, nor NURSERY STOCK 1 Ian......... Mount Pom, r<.. _
8"81..11I.. M...
lot OBAPTBO AVOCADO and Mange ....., HELP WANTED
SOPBR1OH HatckedOOIJ ure-bred .......... ..1.. eketoeat varieties, Bapote Bapodllla. rare INVESTMENTS [W WOMAN. II ap. Oennwenl Joaa.IKIlll .
rling 110414. leading brood.. Cord.Lien' tropical ,fruit, .bad. and (lowering from WB I* month. I'Mtdy Common eduou
aeatobary
:--l ioe.o..rfi.l Florida.WANT teal palma, ernam.atal, shrubs Catalog 1 .r.A past'' oft.par Write toralatterm Ilea usually "enfflol.at. valuable fc wltk
CHICKS< All esl- stock.bontted fiM. Florida rreptoal r-son III*. lion desire*. tne H.ewlty Building Loaa Hit positions sample eeaxblic. rREB. Write
: rF 'It. '. : ; Tnmpe* / I CO J.QlHOIlTtllo. p-liu 'Immediately praaklla Institute, Dept TooAGENTS
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+ Bolls II to nerteVe Iraetor. Bead for liur. I* yenre. Nave amd..elleetlemm f.r new tmbleototk. Looks like llaeB, Walk !
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*f the poultry houses kept fresh .t aU Urn** ,
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a J- ,o. moral ... who do not IMMlrd intoacaais If eW.Ntt.ll, the" sue the
Penney r nnit CUr County. situated .t tle.sor l.rs cad of o. < Experience !I. farming, t .dt.,, frnlt-trewlni or poiltrynblni
deal ridge tertian of Florida aid spoil the. most hair of M. Johan U Mtribte. .
River, sometimes called 'II* Am rlM KU." North or Clay to Iht...l To sa. with U.a. above (.Jtrienttoai ud sufficient capital
If \ County, la wklch to .lttt l4l JtckuoTllU. th gateway to florid the make nun taltM payment and maintain himself ....1.i tile crapreftUc a/ I
chief tadvitrtol. tomaMctoJ, tourist .d seaport sky .( tie extreme ( period a most kttrtetlT. offer win ka ..4..
oatheuUra portion of tt* United SUto. If ko to dbMttoftod at tka end at the crop season the crop
The Rind tt MM That b Wileaan .. F....T Isms local. his property Md the Initial payment win M returned to klm.Co
.Tone u4 .lddl-t.d married mss at determination and vtotoi. .,lta iBtomtUon will ko supplied ups .pplleallott. .

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