The Homestead leader
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00087295/00073
 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: September 10, 1929
Publication Date: 1923-
Frequency: daily (except sunday)[<1926>-]
weekly[ former 1923-<1925>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (June 14, 1923)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1931.
General Note: B.E. Archer, editor.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002075048
oclc - 34296444
notis - AKR3403
lccn - sn 96027189
System ID: UF00087295:00073
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Succeeded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Leader-enterprise

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VJI-Number 25 HOMESTEAD l -

PENNANT WON I f Health Rock Men Pit Frown as Cull on Dump I: STUDY OF CITY I School With to Talk Open by Monday Beckhan 18 MILLS SET ;.

I Dl.;osal of 'ull fruit by duiuttlna I Walter H. Hckhm. pr....ld.ni
LOCALS TAKEONSHOESTORE It In fork I'll. Kill not be permitted LIGHT PLANT of the Miami" Lions Hub, ..llIlalk AS 1929 TAX

by the aut health
'this year, According In U. H IUd, School and visiting patron nl the.

I ( state Mdlury. Inspector or the die. first program of tbs term at t0q'clock
WILL BE MADE Monday morning In the RATE OF CITYFigure
tilct nhlrh Includes Dud*. Monroo.IBronard grammar aclwol auditorium. Mr.

and Palm Beach muntl Beckham who I* a member of the
First Mr Rood was In HoniMtoad yen .low firm of Walsh, Heckhnm, .\.-
of 3-Game Series to
Be tcrday to roster with "loyal IniP'o- Electricians, Engineer on .ley Kill, I. chairman\ of Miami' One Mill Lower
Played Here
"'ommtttee of t.ttnO Music
to.. of tho .lalll plant "board on Committee Namedby will
Than Rate Fixed
ThursdayEVPECTlTWARDING i be furnished by Mra Given Victor
I the ojuoatlun.IHapoaal '
Council and Mia Anne Polk in 1929
of the cull by dumping
School will begin ul 11:10 Monday -
.TROPHY AT GAME :t them; In a fenced off area in canals TO EXAMINE RATES morning In both the high, DRIVE TO COLLECTI'ERSONALTAX
. : now the mouth of the ajreama' I to rhool and grammar arhool department .

), Biggest Crowd--in H ome-I: being considered Mr. a.*.. Plant OPERATION COSTS *. ._ SEEN ,
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stead Ball Board la |M>ctor> V. U 1,0'''''.. '
Anticipated County Commlaalonnr 1. IX Rdd Only Income-Asset of City Levy Only 25% Collected
I and County Agricultural Agent f. Seen as Solution toeta NEW C. OF GOES Results in Move

T** biggest crowd In tile history H, dteffanl made.1I trip through Tax Problem by Council
of tiomeatead baseball la expected district' with! In mind I yen.day. AFTER BUILDING
t* turn out on the local field' Thurtdy. Mr. Ixfber will teats Thur -
day for Orlando to put that canal Operating cant and rates of themunicipal Homcatead'i laU; lax rate wan
Although having won the DudeVtro plan before tile plant board officiate. electric. light plant and FOR FESTIVALSFuchs art at II mill. Monday light at a
..Md nmgue championship Sunday Tile result la expected to b* the feaalblllty! of abandoning thepresent "lengthy meeting of the city coun
b' defeating O"ty of Miami by a conference of the state health plant and operating the old I ell. The milage t* a decre.n of
plant will be studied l>y a commit, one mill front the till rate, nnd U
a 6 to 6 wore on the Homestead officer and Ma Mold foroo with
field, Hemeatead. mighty Grower. plant board dlrertor' too composed of rr.nH Ru, George Elected President wag lowered In .th* fiuoe of a re -
wttt meet the Miami Shoe Store Th* rocky Roll of touthnrn Dude Fuller, W. H Sheffield M. I>. Rheney Treasurer : mmendatlon mid b> Mayor Paul
team here Thursday *. the result County make the burial disposal. Jacobnen' .:. U Hook city engineer, at MeetingA I Russian wile pointed out In the .uggeatd -
of a tpuAmanllke desire of the plan' generally tprartlred over the and Gordon Troy, superintendent of bullet<< prepared by Mm a*
two cloaett rival In the league to I state Impracticable here, Mr I-of. the municipal light and water department meruhrr.hip:; wrpatga.:; ,1"1,1 auditor that the city would. need
baud CIne more crack at each other here aald. I fully m much r.venue"for IM rn-
The announcement cam today a., ---- -- -.. .- The commute. wow appointed by to begin Out. I. will boa the first all year M It did IH the year which
a aurprlae to both fan. and men -l the city rounell!) )Jut night M the work pf the roorganlavd RedlandlMrli't ended July II.. .
her of 'he team Negotiation II.d',, l result of a petition Signed by I* I Chamber of I.omllio.I B ver4l member or the council
boon On for a poet teaton ..,.1... of OFFICERS TARE rltlnen* of Home.te.d. All the membership meeting held' Monday said Mint h'omld business
thre.. game between the two ladIng [ 1 men appointed, with the exception| night' In the chamber building standpoint Mr Russell&, wan right
of Mr Hook, who her, C. T. Pucka. Jr. war electedpertnannnt while other expressed that belief
In the" league, and H 'GENE ROBERTSIN \Is an engineer,
had :;: ported that the flretl 1 or have been ..loel'I"...... Mr. preside and U. H. Kd-: that lotll.,.... taw would enrourari
game would be played Sunday ail I I. ..., who several year ago wumunager warda W E Itheney.. Frank Ru* more p opn to pay Ux- (mailer .
Miami. The trophies won byiMomotd REPEAT RAID of the Moni na4 Telei and J. D. Radial elected to serve proflu and bigger. turnover, lUConnMlman
M kagUS leader I ,j >h- flret'and.aecond half of tile .league I.lf the rle>> ->...!.. ..Ioftn...v_. ..,.._.._._. '.'_' About thirty (flea. took port In *.aarer. present In the Hilbtnon
*ft>it wore to be prentd at the': HilHard'8 Father-in-Law I fomeeead, 1 ho meeting last night Teary carne out In favor of tower Billing
gwrnt In Miami. Sunday t The purpose tf the Investigation. Mitchell, chairtnin of the reorgantaatlvn when asked to express their opln
j and More Shine Found
Word cam, however, that th ar I aa Mt forth In the petition, I* lets committee, sold the\ the Ion. A tax rate of IT mill hade
Shoo store could moot Homestead j at LeRoy Place find ft solution of our Us PrOb. chamber would need at least ..,- n proponed at the meeting' but
nor* Thursday, M> the first ram of ii lent." Tb petition rand as fol .** for a, resets *pr Uon. A tug.gertlon the final outcome was a unanimous
the port aeaaon Series will be played 'i A repeat raid on the old LeRoy low: was mad that! the due. k* vote for U mill M a tainnromla.
hope day after tomorrow. It I*, Novelty| World" Friday, just two "I com before you ttmlght In out t* |i to Increases the member- The rattail estate vaJuatloB of III*
cparted, alee that tho-trepkle. will week after Clarence Milliard war I (l'o.U..n Page Two) hip. but the Itt membership fee .la $5$00.000. with a. personal prop
be presented aljlh' game Thursday. captured there. and bound over for --- ------ was retained after dlaouoalon I arty valuation of |l...voe, LaM
A. pennant wit.,, the Homestead Illegal possession and tale of liquor, Henry Mitchell and Prank Rue ,ea,'* realty valuation Was |6
tam will be awarded two bronx resulted .In the ....at.f Eugene GRAY AND wr appointed a committee Id In. 170..00. with personal property
trophies, one given br Volh. Sport Roberta hther-ln-law of Milliard, HISDAUGHTER I vegetable cable and levies way valued at .J....... The slight. Incraaj .
shop and tint other by Ralley- who had returned to the place : anal mean for obtaining late and of the lilt valuation owes
MUam Hardware To.. Miami con. from a vacation Place hi. aon-ln- LOSE erecting n building to houao future that of till M raid lo par dun toequallutllon. ,
-*..,".. A trophy for the player law pleaded guilty la i-ourl of fruit festivals sad serve In between. / mad by tile. eounct!
.' moot valuable to hi. term will aim crime In Miami and iwelvod a fine time af an open air auditorium to eliminate ,1""V'llclH lit ewes
{. ho Awarded. Toe rising* of ManagerVoy" of 100. LIVES IN CRASH and band stand. Mr. Mitchell mid menu ot ...10..* propwrtlf
:" ', Hobo'and PODHanla, bevel, With, Roberta was taken a nation that-ho believed the building ouldk since the .nll..... art lea night
boMo n turned In by in* local team jut almost full ot ptvopahlne whip Former Local Pastor's Son I.... bulk fmn money for space ereUeo n Daft rote of III on sash
. M candidate' for this honor.In key The raid wit mad by three Wires News of Acci. reservations which business houses thousand valuation the 100 "lu.
; addition to the prop, trophie0is federal prohibition officer ape would pay lo ndvrllao heir bu". anon would bring 'll,... from
' prlc of flU Offered by the. rompanled by three deputy .h..IN'i|i dent to Friends HereThe neoaen during the fruit festival He real estate and l>,'" from per.
league for Individual trophic M tonal If all last were collected
and Constable Cook of Homettead sold that >* member subscribing proparty.
t the member of tbs pennantwlo Robert and the whiskey. weretoken Rev Walter Scott Gray and lino .,Ie. In advance for spore only l...8ot boa Wan eel.lerta .
y mine tram The trophies. mot his at I p. m. The prlMiuer and his daughter, Mrs, Downy Newman would make possible the erection d out .f ll..,.0., |.vUdreal at
elct4 a* watch rharma or others ovldonre were Immedlutely taken were killed In an aeeldent. koiiordIng I of the building. A building .1 by relate. .lost y oa r, and pply 14lo
"1 s' **, before J until'. of the Peace. A. W. t o. telegram received. this afternoon 146 could be built for "."'. hemid. II per coal of the personal ta_
lot Saturday the Grower wilt enKfcge Jones In Honieot.ad. and before I by M... A. 1. Enal' of An offer of Into for the have over' been collected In oae
I" In a mourner (am* when they o'clock Roberts h""d pleaded' guilty Homestead from Mr. fir.,', sun I building has alreadyi-beon made h* year, It was rId.lo"t! ::; Ity bait
meet the Girls undefeated to Illegal possession and wale of Horace In Mew ",."" Mr. Gray aald. today. A nil the
(, .*...1. baseball ..ham,Ion. of the liquor and had been bound over was Ocular of the WblU StoneC'burch !I Prank Rue ailed attention to I personal tat. : wa forocaat when
world, who. arm making Hoinentead under O bond to the court of ) of Homiwtead until about a the need of having road signs the Council voted lost night to Bond
en their tour ot the country ..crime. rear and a half ..... when he waaamlgned placed by the county to guide molorlM4 out personal properly tax Rocked, t
I This I is the third raid federal men Ui< a church at Wabaaeo.Mr 1 I touring. through the eolithurn In him budget r.oommewdattolumade
Farm Life Busses Line and doputleo from Miami have *. Newman wan with her portion of 1110 county t* the city council last night
Krome Ave. for 2 Days. mad In Homestead The first pit and loather here and moved Mayor Ruaarll tweed Ml suggestions
fath".j At a meeting i>f the director W
bee., rat Ml of 11 faille and show
Hllllard; the aerond got Bill Noble Wllh th"01The on n
An Imposing array at busses with a week later: the third netted .....,...... whk-k, woo ''' to:. library wa elected treasurer of ed flint the <'lIP- had. U collect ,.1.
-,n term l.'f ek-bvoi" embuiaoned onVbjelr I Roberta, Nobles waived preliminary ed 'n Mr. and Mr*. hi. A. Monks, the ri..mber old B. H. UlUiher from both real eet.l. and per
bill *ldp* In oranir loturtVMM bearing before the loral )u.< I-IUM friend of the Grays who are woo retained aa temporary managing 1,0'0.l ta.*.. together with what. th-
'/ ) Krom avenue between Bee4 tle and la now awaiting trial In spendingh.. mummer In Canada, nonrelrtry.Fred light met watoa plant would
'"'' tI* and Third ctrwt. .... W.. on court of crime under !... ....... was oa ae<| by Unit A. J. Knnl la this trr.*"ry. In enter
yMda.y and 8 liirdy and mad t' Before Justice of the Peao, when adklwd It woo. a death notln. Gidlof Fined $50 to meet aprrnllag cagonae and Inponnenuon
ro n..at tier the, growth .,.tll" .utlrtn, he was only "In rural secUona,. { liquor. When Mr. James tall him cldant. Funeral. .ko Thuroday f togother. with Komme4aio lot
The .._., M*. In nambtr. ,: that being In arbors would not p. m. 1'...... H povIM. Notify P'UI. .r morning Prod Oldlot of I the future o.er>Uon .t the .rl,.,
Wanxenv.d 'on tile boor' Tfcuro- mltlgat his Ir" nl. he entered a plea ether." I II HoouiMead van fined |i. In Klor- was made by Mr. Kunaell I* tlu following
d,y nJiM..b.iilrd .'b..r.lrtlor Cal[I of guilty j( Mr. Army bares aa Invalid .lfand .1 Ida filter polio court by Mayor ... report
dtllvor?'ta *'h rle. "Chambers I I bla now who. same ..... H. Kd! .ard/ after .ha head pleaded Tw (showing data 'II .u|>inltl .i
"_ \ 1hrlnoeten. who. has the F. F. Fertilizer Co. to I Il from mt m lI."p..t" but gnllly to charge of driving while| for your ..*aeW.r.lU. >n In fixing' the
t ( pop'lo t. Mr. Mew won leave* those ..,. ....1..1 under. the Inpiiene of ll<|iM>'. re- budget and nppropfUtUuw fin ills
,, t V%* Itlsd/aed school for eo"t..1 Have Branch at Dania two anna ago I and .. .... Ming arrest and Maine profane. '....1 rear Mde4 July II un
,;:'' ... Favw has Ie l I'' said one, riaaghuir, ago g. language. tsul.aste ite'e'11aa'
' \ .
d rI'nil ''Vupll. "l A branch of the Florid Vast, Mr*. Thomas Vollln of Modellohim I aldluf was wrnMtwl at a a. m. notes IIn A I OI) "-'"
kr< o-dtint to W II Illnl _'r.-Ia", I ttxuH rertlimer no., whoee Hunt .kIn > re..u...i" d that. anyene going to Thursday by cling Town) M cf the Bird ritVvrolvl\ t*. i Homestead, ,III he opened In New Vnirrno" .o attend the funeral 1! t. Th.hnears .have bo41o* hulll 10 Itant on Menlemhe" M. '. try I., bring .herb the .-,.., 'driven kl* .IH* off the raid IM* ategetntilv lorr-lptl over rash
order l 10) u i Brrl ai. company I" Herbert Hunter. formerly of (; ..rfro V.."....". man ah.. ...o..I..j" gardrg u the. corner of "lat'lI-nlo. 17.000 IH'
I k."-,,'')II ie, fttff. ..,..,. built. nn mieleHd and Mortals city will Adopt him If his gr.n4a,"' I the. Over*** road and Palm .venue I I Men and Inureirlii J' &0(1111
i. .- .1".>' 'he\ n'.l.t Ire k ",.'I. | t". In h'iirgr nr rh. "ran,.h ...or' p. null u Th bliy > 4mr4 R. |I Wit"**** rrobortf hargv. | >lt ry 1100|.,."..,, nile
.,01 1 l ", _"hi I I .el( at.. .' 111' ; .
n ri I u. '' when III '11., left i i y in* njnrvrwi :tr"in" m.iior t.lOY of
f, I' .,.,J ..lit .. ,. v 1 .nk, wait ,an Hea.wtred I I :,':011t4; 1 un P411.11e Twit"deYcY.

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i Pare Two THE HOMESTEAD LEADER Tuesday, September 10. 1929

)10f the tomato ** *lilt" a-* ; to study the prob ''JUNE PLANTED
mE> BOlfESTEAD LEADER 18 MIS SET u> add one addMtonal officer to < I department tt I to see.

I night force to take care. or committee of the

r t hWlolwd Twraday sad 'nI_ AS 1929' TAX I I lee the city properly !I thoroughly the '.us j'TOMATOES NOW '-'
tuft at Hume seed, FUu, by doer The sanitary department computing the False

Wai D*dw Publishing On pates that It win need little In of Homestead will

RATE OF CITY I( way dtahefMtMta' and I i .. rlttoa Of ataatlai SOLD BY CAVES -

ttZJI ARCIICn.fmurrfl > ditorw II [!due t:havtag purchaaod a :: ...e firm If the .....

.' I I orabta quantity during tile teat ..........* aaaVoscond I -

.. creamed clan mall. *Hitlewd From Par O*.> I I ml year and likewise th *.. ** In the rat** would Ed. Terry Also Grows
1y; tm. la, Ills at the pool .fflr* a* ,.. lie eikMd from for this coming year will .... 1 to Increase the rev I
HueueatAad, Fbk aader tb* act I t I 1 becomes of tb elimination of | city iron Gale of ... I First Crop of Summer
I tax** |* h* hnrkid ... n.*...M I Ii I *
March i. ISIS.RIMTPRICF.02.M, ,1 I1 01,300.00 plal empress due +| '. Any encoursi- Snap Beans
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Total HIM eiteniHng the drain from the <- to aM to glv.-whlol.
TEAR I(!.retie | tn k *raad us* al
H i 11.ineated lNsbarermest.u ,4esk.'y I At his farm on Tennessee road. *
-- .._ and other eloe-
: '- SA 1.AR1- i Th* park department will ""! ..' loin result m In. | n.uarti-r of a mil rank) of Hon-
; THE LKADiatt tTttF.D" Mayor ".' about 14**.0* worth. *( aww.
J"'I' [ .. ef the *tty'I ..... ..4, t'. J. <"av s boa grown il
BanuMtaaoX lbs City Attorney IU...*. for labor and M...*.
,' W* beC'ev la and Dad City fteliiMll I.'''.*' I mleseilaaeous. auppttoa and ...... [ ", .... and this mat- jot...* of tomato at the height ofIt'
, R41aad District ln***..lgatd by the
city Clerk ,,_ ill*.** M adequacy oar for the ..... Mnmcr They< are blc. iirmlusria
F' | 0oaatyWa City A*
f! : believe la Oil region City Engineer ... ... I...*... ,beautification outlined through' 'I| : : ** la closing that the caves II... a cratoIB the lo'*i ,

t \!{ foaaat future bad It* p C/tajoaUfaa. Tax Assessor ...- . ***.** .*V.praMoa of the Miami park I : \o of the city ol I markets

1 "' En\ploy : pertinent under the supervision not so hopeless thai T* Kd Terry. colored, goes the

t b | W* believe B tta citrus trail I :::--o ... .. l....... M,. Jerry Curtis I Justified particularly I credit 0 T raising the tint Bountiful i
i Industry It* ,.-.* teduatry.tit Advertising,. Stationery, The street department ....* of the city coun- nap bean ever grown hr I I..

!f, tomato industry It* rich I Supplies and Janitor ... 4.*.*.** I then lat year was 111,250.00 who act In the ca. summer tlnM according t. Frank

{ pads land lu .....-_..1Ua&i Library .. .......... _... .._ 1.10*... for the pant few month the .."" I official board of ..1.I i RIM, manager of the Florid East

i ) 1 one land and K* qoallflcaUoni Police Department tll> ." went ha* been operating on a i e.I"I banking Cowl Fertiliser Co ,.,. Hue |gmpmlally
1 #. J aa a regular. Promised Land. Sanitary Department 7.000.'. : much curtailed "ai, which .If :I de interested bantu Terry

I Park 6.000.00street tinued for the. official board of ... sulphate la bit
: "nti 3 W* believe it our crefeaalonal Department next twelve seed manganese'
1 i son our tradesman sad aurIbualaaa Department .. ..000".1 would make It possible t* keep of employed fertiliser and M,. Rue baa always

I I mart and .* believe Fir Department ...... I.4 department within !.......( a* though Its failure contended thai manganese sulphate !
\ Interest on bond and templated la Ihla budget would promote development not v
: i a i.. their desire for law anforcfment *-
? And civil Un'rt.mnta. I' other Indebtedness ...... 14.*.0..1 I* recognlaed that good road of Homestead. H b possible without It.
Mlaoellanaou tlpenar vitally Important t* the city ., burden to bear. Tile bn were planted only

i'W.* believe *ar pencil will ap- and contlngtncl .. !*,* In the Intermt of economy ... financial condi tight weeks ago--one-fourth of an

lie Loader IfforU M avoid Incraaaln the tax IItIrcI.. a great many ef the I acre--.on the Dan Robert placenear
t : give them News advtrtlaeraeataaad I ; .... and after elimi .
week Terry
Total /160400.05I i seems possible for one year |* I : Epmor drlv Last
1 : editorial that win bringi duce laa bend such el pickingH. la getting
It will be weed that cookery col the eapena materially began I
them the greatest measure *l lection are now being mad by the till keep up repair and ", ., bond and special It.If a hamper for bU crop on the i

i truth; Justice and bslpfulnesa.j I city direct *nd It I* estimated that I tenance of the Streets _1I1..h.re pro local market The manganese

j tUva Oat tt to oar duty the cash collection* should equal The fir department .. asset back of the I"" applied In a-l-l vegetable fertUlaer -
; to serve the public to the bxif to .* .....1 net debt I* !toM mixed 100 pound to the
j I It To 0" thin, there I* be able t* keep within the I
> out ability, thai wa mot f dollar
Increased expanse la the aanltarydepanmvnt of ........* but I am ton, Mr. RIM _141.
: kp faith with the public at value of more Henderson of FrlncMon
of an qnal amount tt that this Item be increased to Charles
y' : all Untie and tha to do aa w* that amount Our been raising carrot, turnip,
being estimated that the 40*.*t aa repair and Incidental has
: BUM print ail the sews without .lledlGn.1 therefore not In the beans. and other vegetable ill
1 will take car *r the Pence usually amount to more pole
: 1 tub. r or favor or prejudice at the ctty Therefore, the I anticipated from Into kind of about ihe payment ol summer for the Miami raa-rket Mr.Rue .

: I color, alnoo basset publicity boot tion suggested for the sanitary depsrtment principal and Interest. said, while Capers Bigger ha
\ promote*, community wilfara, of I?, *.** tn reality I Interest on bond. and other .",* when they era been doing the same for the local
\ I .1 dbtdn to roughly six per backed by a stable .. Chart Barn* of Homestead -
but |4.It*.t* net After taking .Into mark
I on .......000.M bonded debt with encouraging will atari picking" squash
Experiment Station I consideration these collection .*....... floating/ debt favorable agricultural
Ibis to ft decrees* over the preceding %ltkln a week or ln day h. said
Tracts Are Inspected Tile Hem or |l..0n0* for However. It will be Ideal condition for growing -
rear The other receipt are **tl- I.
r mated in the bail of the fiscal I .11a....... expense and .. ...... our creditors favored dimmer crop this year Mr

ended July II th ...1 ..* will lie available la that we are ftMD- Rue said. Rainfall. k* pointed out. i
Thrill tract of toad for the trapleal year 1115 *
itterftacy to appropriate to and unable. to han ha not bn excessive but at the
topple\ being; estimated In each caseapproximately
: agricultural ixperlnwnt Nation the cams collect. I department If absolutely affaire completely II same time has bees sufficient I*
\ to lie established her war ... or In the. event anticipated rv. way for a luffUlenl keep th ground motet' all summer

r at Inspected Monday ty state pleatboard "In this' connoctloj your alien I do not equal the estimates The ta enough people ee Pine land tomato planting to get
will Mlll'hav fund to operate to '\1"' '. Into its stride, )lr. Rile sari I
shown lion to Invited the tins
f' urea wh* were over t* act that the
I elt,'* light and water deportment departments by keeping within IIt":7' t* mo that It w* will. with It* to t.. acre being plan:
the district by Frank Rus, appropriation provided the .
"h.lr'l receipt should how substantial the future ..u.P'I .d. The total crop In this aectlonmar
", man and O. L. Oraw, "", ,. increase and also the a collection ot age to not In excess of |.*,..0. year and be satisfied not .jtcd 100 acres this year.

the local experiment elation lien and Interest will depend entirely The two Mclntoh-8ymour I '. and operating h. belt.***. .Last year tile Pine
.18'1 glues not la nor should' b* oM the town to gettingI from 1.200 lo
land planting wa
""1T", tract. one on on the amount *f effort put the belt price obtainable,
a* I conditions that It
1 acresmwas
Mowry street usual, three forth to collect earn. there being.
depreciating and
every year until all of tI& will
rom the bay, another at Highland new outstanding 6116.000.06 ofth
need the
revenue badly.
condition I* be sound
,,tear the Highland packing I house: *" Hone with accrued Inter**!, I" my understanding that "../ truly. expressed that the city should

and the third the Krom tract of I Among the appropriation K will .. to being given to ''- '). R, RtVHEU chart for etoctrlojly. furnished .
it acres on Willis drive VI attto I be noted that the tax aaor'a department i of the** *nirln** particularly. Auditor church and arbocU. Mayor Rusll >. '

wed of R."I... read were apparently : ha. boon Increased from connection with tha 'Idea of laid that the school were now

aatufactory la the vtoltora. It ......0. the amount helps paid I tracting aa Ic* plant and my I being billed on a flat rat bujta.tl ,

was aaldTh i this yaar to |>.*.*.. This appropriation recommendation k. this eennc to Study .ft* a month for that gramn.urachool

i. plant board representatives will be available for the to that whatever. step@ the city Plant Problems and II.*( a month for ih.

who will report the result of their : aamatng of taxes In 111, and ItI. ell area fit to take, the am senior and junior high rbool g

finding at a meeting of th* board, I I I. one of the mt vital department be don without losing tint From Page One) Revision of rat**, If necessary 10'

i .eri Dr Frank Wldetnan West t* the city government Gloom the neceeaarlly because of the the taxpayer of the a .level and seal conforming withthose

Palm Beach number the board: bulk *f the city* revenuer comefrom depreciation .( the Jfo..1 .11" ..... to find a solution" charged by private companies
\ A. F Camp plant board horticulturist. I'I'Jr. collecting tax. It t* *t the At tile beginning e( the lat have been advocated by clthwn. Interested .

Dr A L. Ubl, hortl- greatest Importaac* that the work year the oily had- a .... asset la our ehKlrto In greater sucrose I.. operation -

+ aghnrlati and Pam T Fleming, aaalstaal I b* don* tkoroJchry and earefullyethat surplus la tile treasury ,.... and It la our only of the plant under municipal

to Dr. Wllmen Newell, director a* property lie omitted from from lilt pal of tax eertiflcalea revenue to ownership Th contention baa

of Florida experiment *tattona. 'I tae book sad that the valuation the favorable outran .f the been mad by other* that the city .''

ta addition lo the eommltl I of property be adjusted ** that spinet J. R. Durranc In .,*.. operating this plant can reconstruct the old 'IaDt.....

the visitor were aocompanlody I there will be lee anfalr diacrimina.lions ties wlth'aal or bends to la every detail. use the old Uclnth-8eymoitr nIne .

a H Edward af Florida City among adjoining property the beginning of this floral ,", should be given con more cheaply than the present.

and Stacy Hawk In*, plant patholigtst owners Of course the city council do not have a rash surplus and plant can be operated. The** suggestion

for the Mat experiment ata may provide for much of the tax certificate la tIN city In. will be thoroughly hn itl-

tton work ol tile _r'* department should\ be used a* the bail or operating the old Noted by the commute appointed -

(r the load gift are a off*pled at II beingdon* through ft committee of loan or sold If they caa be .nt foundation' or .

the board mooting to be held next .sports whoa duties would be the at par, to obtain foods I* take should b* considered Th appointment of this romn'tt- .

I+ Monday at OalnnrllH the local proper *p'r..*......' of real estate of payment to creditor for honorable council to lee I Ie In line with k recommend

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for like state title to th. toad ,.... I baa been md lo this direction I become due and. payable for of th* city of budget .report printed lawhrr in

', fared by the Model Land Co.. Ta. I II i I through ulna the city nglri la order ta Indac the .., give the above ...... -. this Issue. that In Use of a public
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turn Bra end W, 1 Krem office to divide the city Into ion" of taxes during November and and tttllltl board, provided for In the
I I to tile honorable
and af*>* real estate accordingly amber It nay b* well to defeated charter amendment. the
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II I School Fumigation The graduation of value t* be fair Into the poaalbimy of a alight special considera council appoint a committee" to

most be carefully worked out, creaa la the diseases which rtadf Ihv problems of the electric
I ; Asked by Inspector The appropriation for t.'It. been given la prior year ... to Und by Wm. R. light and water department
French. W 1. Room
i auditor to t* take ore of lilt *..m. to owe per ceat. I do tot .. ----- ----
ru.- C P. Orlneld. A. M
:j af Homestead schools Promotion for The floral year aw this dlocouat ahould be
before their .....'.e fr the 1.1..1.1t loaded alae tile payment at the more than four or fir per e...".. ,. T. B. Chey.

t ; I*. torn win b* advised and raatd. coiapenaatlun tell In the year 'ubM since large dlacouat """ ".. Jr.. Dr. M A.
Jacob**". M P. Wai-
,"* of Buperinbiadent Charles ***< *| to completion ol the work la favor of the tax payer who
E. ,.
M Fisher by Inapoct O. & Rd The Item. af advertising. *tatlooery ready cook and against. the*. Puller .
1 B. Tower Sherwood
of the Mat health <*..*".*.t. supplies sad Janitor la* .r who may b* up against K I.
I. mill J. O.
Rd said Moadar while on aa .r.1 cluo. >* the annnal tax Note upen** unable t* paruntlt just prior. to I
: F. fleltss. K. L,
dclal visit t* Homestead which anxMinta to between fifteen US *al*.
W. Morris, L. A. Wise. ,
Teary fumigation. .f wheels toadvtoabl hundred cad two thovaaad dallara. Necotaltoa rte Mill ander "
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,. A. R. Llvlll.. ...,
bad ta practiced by the 1 The library baa boos a department looking forward ta ....*. I ", R. I. Hobson E.
tftl. Installations af higher learawt .f treat vales t* the ...""-$.1 the contract between the .
H. ttrookr. Jr. J D.
sad mama *f th* eouatl**. Mr ; toUt and to deeervlng of aa M.cress Homestead and the Florida I

Heed cold but Nmlgatloa, af the I In th- appropriation N "Vaaaclaj Coast Railway (oatpaa* for I. ) meeting last Night

Hoateetead schools to made Imperttv i condition wore not ewes Plying water but revenue that the municipal .

BOW because af two ar three thai. H new appear Inpoaalbl. I ba estimated aa the ... should be given every

t MM of Carmelite paralysis sea a ', The police wpartaaai requires prior year duo to the .- I ., would! lie afforded General
alight epidemic .f diphtheria which two m.n the atlas year and pay I .f whew this ""U.11I11 be until the
III.** month Officer Peter .........
d..otop4 la th* ackvoto kr What per to 1 ft The eplnto
....,. J*llaa Webster *.nty wheat far ki. work more partlnUrly dl la tk* ....t the ttty ceased Public Utilities

beard member, said today that local I ..**.*d award reducing trafn a.-]I. c*.tmj>lat. aa elective t* i Plasmas ...-)1
metal* had already cottamplaUd ....,,. asp vtolatloa aad ta th* .....1.. the win ot the people. Baaaraarad

like tumlgatlor 4041tleoed. fall at the year during tk* height refereao to creating a publte "

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1. September 10 1929 THE HOMESTEAD_ .LEADER Pare Three .

offerings for the afternoon touted put oa some oxeottoM work.. Then Mrs J. a Ooodwa .sea of 1

$1.01. Mra Chapman was tires a haadkerehtof Pert JAN Owed.I* are Viking with ,
In and Ground A report of Sunday moraine workahowod shower by her team and Mra. Ooo4_'* ..__ Mr awdMr I
I 9 a croup of tour teacher Ih* president wc given a cllvortray .. H. K. Hrhunaeher on W" 1
speaking to tho clang la aa effortto I by the ...*. H*wc Drhr r
keep Interest during the mm.Mor .

I Homestead month REDLAND bits hiaate. thrown spends half ofaarb r
Folio Inc the business there wa week la MkMM on hualnooa ;
/Ina hour of proareatlv convoroatlon -
SOIS ,I directed by the hooteoao Miss Mrs. Chaa. W. camp who. left Mr and )IN. V. T l. -Ji andlauchtor. \I'
I w. B. Woos returned Sunday Dorothea Hart who tailed Oeral- I UMlta Brown assisted In serving a a tow weeks lip for a trip report MareMMa. .peat Monday
i from Key Went where k* had been dine, Relta for a week returned to dolMou salad ceuree with loot that she doe not export to roturaboforo : In Miami on baalaoa .
for two week op business her home In Miami Monday ."..". tea, Present wore: Mr*. O. L Oault.Mr the last of October. She. oxpert (CoetUaotf oa Pace six) i
I log .*. B. l>. MrOarrab, Mrs J. R. to visit with her sister la CM- i .. .
I bin J. I Robinson at Miami and Rutlaad, Mr*. B. I. 8,._ Mrs coco for com time and to nick In
W. C. Hurt .f Key Woo, direr of lush THELMA TnUR TO It. L. Mwrence. Mrs Vera Bummer.lln. (the Iowa In which her mother wa* '
I Mr* W. K. Kooa*. of Homestead are .'.:0 HERMAN WALKER Mr. O. A. Weot lira W. T. burled. a few month ago the togo 'I CARL A. riCLD
I spending Iwo wka with Mr. wad MeConnelL Mr. Harry Cooper.Mra. > t. see a doter U northern Mln- Sanitary Market
j Mr. K... at their home on N. W. Mr. and Mr. George W. Turner, A. t. Davis ..... Torbet Gel aeoota and her ion. Paul who I* i W .'
Jr., of Redtead, are .cln. tho
I Third street enticement of their annoa daughter MUM .*... Mrs A. a Pavla Mra A. D. new !llvlnc In Detroit where he ha I 4. a.'. some !
Smith. Mr. J. W. Walwork. Mrs t.J. a good iHMHIon. Her trip may ex-
j Mr. and )I;::p.: B. Bird slidPreston Tholma Walker of Turner Porrin, to Herman L. Moor. Mr* Frank Hawmaa.Mia fend Into New II....... I I E9ee.eewe.et, PMi .i
Bertha Nell Hau nn and Mime
will mar to HomoM4 MUM Turner I. a graduate of tile
9 tonight from a vacation spent Class of 1.11. nedland High School Lucll Brown.SITPE'R .
!. Jacksonville Fla. and Wayere. During her hick school caner oho 'I
0.. Mra Bird tat Preston hard won many orholaarto and athletic : CM"B Mt;>.T i IN NEW LOCATION
been away two month. Mr. Birdhas honor Mho In a member of the i
been ton a woek.Mra. Junior .Wo...,,'. Club of Redland'', Mr. and M,., Lo Lehman were
and I* active la church and social bows to the. Supper Club Thursday My beauty parlor is now open for businesson

W. R. Bird U sported event of the Rodland Younger aet evening at crawfish upper. Atbridge the ground floor of the
Mra Carl Peden and E N.Hiner .
back W.deday night from Jack- Mr. Walker I* the ton of Mr aad
y onntlllo where oho was called **'". Mrs D. L. Walker of Perrlno HoI were. clren the prlae for
I I. In of high _... aad Mr*. Given Victor Flowers Building
oral week ago br the Illness ofhar Charge all subscription .
t. slots. Mia Nina Prow Homestead route couth of Miami for Ibo )0\1.1|I I and Prank Mill the prism for oce- I
school teacher who has been amt Herald Data of the .. end place.
with Krome Ave. frontage next to Bus Station
visiting relative In Clearwater this will be announced within. The guests were Mr. and Mr*
I will two WeskitDORCAS Dod... Mr. and Mr*, Hlaer, I and
summer ao to Jarkaonirttle .01011..1 81111..1, opposite Library. Complete beauty parlor
and her and Mm. Victor, Mr. and Mrs i
accompany Mra Bird on
i return trip. (AM REPORTS Mr. and Mrs Salina H. w.bat"'j equipment has been installed.
Mr. and Mrs W. K. Walton I
SHOW Rpij-ri n WORK
and ...... C. T. .....'". Jr. I The same complete hair-dressing service will
Miss Mbl Robertson who I* Th ttorcaa Clan of the First
taking a training course In the 1 Baprut Church resumed Its monthly I ;;;; T I be given in the new locatio'n.lflae .
John Hopkins Hospital In Baltl meetings for tho fall Thursday afternoon RFJIFKAHOWKMTKAI
nora, U cp..ndlav her vacation ather when It was entertained at Morris Beauty Parlor
homo tn Florida City the home ot..ra. J. IU Rutland Mrs OUM Joiner, Informed bya I
with )fr.. B. L. Brown. II.... long distance telephone vail had
Mr. and Mr*. James T Wilson Rutland Mr*. K .. Lawrence and a dinner In readiness for Mr. PearlShields I -- ------ ---
plan to mot* from Miami to their Mrs. a II. McOarrah. hoeteo*** president of the Rebekah _.
former Item* on Mowry street Th* meeting opened. with the Aeeembly, and her. stuff Monday i
Th u radar.Mr glass hymn. -Help Boriiobody To- evening lat ...... The matt Con-1 I
day". Ac the president I* absent dated of: Mrs Jennie V. Gore. :
*M Ira Jews Boper and from the city Mr*. W. T. McConaell Tlco-preoldent: Mrs Minnie Collar, : WalkOverLAST
their. three children with M.... presided over the business ***- put president: Men Fern Arm-
pBaptr1 mother, Mr*. Mclntlr returned ..... R..porto.t actlvltle during Held marshal Mrs Jessie Mooer.dMrlct .
|a their homo but week otter ,the summer month showed plen- deputy president: and Mia
a.moMk'i" vacation<< pent In the did work do".. A Bin to the proal- Grace Pont and Miss Nellie BIcc. '
norther part of Georgia dent a bower for tho teacher, a Mr*. Bert Jeffrey, noble grand of
'shower for tho third vlco-prealdont. Liberty lodge No. 00. JoI.... Mary! CALL
Mr. and Mra, (V A. Cowman enteetalnoi and a shower for the paator'a children Oldendorf. treasurer and Mr.Jomor .. I
a number .f friend and were among the "love-vtn ten supporter to the noble
relative Maday evenlnr with m.. reported. A flab fry with the Baraca ....... were Homestead member 1'
ala from a. vow radio that hu beenMteulled cum a musical tea In honorof of the dinner party. Immediately
this work.A the T, B. L. Class and a ooclal after the dinner all went to the ', One More Week
-- by one of the member for the I. O. O. F ball whre the president
*..-.*..... baby girt I* ole *ur.vlvor claa were among the social affair mad her official vllt ,
or triplet born to Mr. and reported.The The decree tram under the badnhlp "
.,.*. Roy :Nixon at the Hunt hospital treasurer' report showed of M... Blanch ihapmnAVR : Will End Our '
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Sunday morning The babies 111..* paid'out since Apnll In help I II ,
who did not live wore boy weigh !nc other department of theihurch
lat 4 and Ins pound Mrs. Nixon 1 and Indlvlduala A totalof : WITH Ar tTVC I
aad the little girl are doing wtILMl approximately ,n..1 was reported AT

i -;;: In the trearary. A cellec- IIi SECOND ANNIVERSARY SALE
Anne ha returned
** Ion of anniversary and free will Ii
t from a visit in Atlanta.Mr. .

and )I..*.. Paul Pullen plan A. H. JORDAN. Prop. This will be your last opportunityfor
t' to move back to Florida City the Dr. M. A. Berger

tint of lint .weak.r .
I, 'F.lVTlon' a-year to buy Walk-Overs at
Heart I:" to 4:36 I
Mr. and )Ira. C 8. A la returnd -
f Uot-nlchc/ from Grand napl"". 1'Iooet' au: MPlower. BATmG'SuITS reduced prices.
( n...... Homestead
Mr.. Ma Rvhweltaer has return-I
'*d from 'a,"vl.lt with her two )1.:5'1' Stature aU
. tars who live la Kansas City Mom 'J50-6 MEN'S and WOMEN'S
nod rut .... .
\ Clifton Gammon-from Hialeah I J.A.SMITHM.D.BOOT WOMKXH $, tf VIP stock
1 and S-piece ::t? All regular includingour
tailed on relative (a this vicinity (Nfhrn *. a a* a.
< Hunday. Reach Robes MM up famous Main Spring
j t I Trlr'phe t. /........'. Itobra I5o up Styles . $7.45Dudale
I Little Norm a_....'* arm I nothing bllpprra .. -C up
which wa broken two week ago I* Cap loc, the ...1 &eo
healing aatlrfarlarlly and win soon =r Get your outfit now aad enjoy
h* well It all ..u.umT.IRVINE'S. Hosiery, $2.00 quality. Now $1.25

__. John B. Tower, M. U.
Mr. and Mrs J. H. Hancock and -'
daughter V.lm.. .bvr returned'from X-KAT MEN'S and WOMEN'S
northern Florida where they. INCOIlPOnATED
pent tw unmer visiting relative PHONE M 10$ If. E. I.red 4v..., MIAMI 500 pairs odds and ends,

aad frtorfd J\tAnl YOGI Esn.nlnLI' Season's best sellers .. .. tD.95

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Daniel Green' Comfy Slippers $1.95
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Page Six THE HOMESTEAD LEADER Tuesday, September 10, 1929

..._._... ......._ _...__'lorgavlMtlon* who e4 the meal MU" Sarah Henderson Mia' Irma CARD OF THANKS!

'. IN AND AROUND I were complimented on tire excel- Kahl. MlM Elizabeth Roberta. Mir Cltlaen of Homtd: USE MANGANESEIn
Pauline Calkin MlM Bodll KoselMl .
d lefty of the service. Tour kind expression of sympathy -
Henry Filer, chairman of the ** Tfcelma Turner Mir. Katherine .
are gratefully acknowledgedand -----
HOMESTEAD county school board and County Cast Mr. F.. A. Carter Mrs
deeply appreciatedHARRT
I Superintendent Chas Fisher Henry Carter. Mra. W. M. Brodie.H. hurt of the County Jiximt
C. PARKER State 01:1.: Ja. Undo County.AdmliiMrallun .
O. Fowler C. M. Fisher, Miss
school matters, and Interesting *o. Silt,
(Continued From Pan Tire. ) talk were mad by Mr. Gertrude Buffam. Mine Dugan. of Dad County. Florida my Final In re estate of C. H. MeCloud, Dvceed. -

+ ... +..+., B. Fuller and Mrs, Joseph Hlnch- .... Report and vouchers and ask forth .
"" approval of some, and apply To All Cmlltons Ictcna, DlHtrlhnlvna -
f m\VIX.>I.oTJ.I.ot'GII'nm man. Miss Ruth pintado mane SILVER PALM for Final Discharge In the Estate of and all IVrsons Having

: )(! Q SOLEMNIZED: : charmingly_ accompanied on the ... George Hanion. 8r.. Deceased. (Vim or iHtnandi Against Bald
F At high noon In the Redland piano by Mr*. J. D. Redd. ----- Dated July lied tit*. t'M->:
Members of the Woman' Missionary GEORGE HANSON. Jr., You and each of you are hereby
Methodist ('burt'lIl1und_, the wad- MlM Irene Woodbury Redland. Administrator Estate of George notified and required to present
ding of MlM Viola McCullouth one of three girl to receive federation Society held an old fashioned Hanson Sr., Deceased. any claim and demand which

i daughter of Mr. and Mr* J. F.JoIeC'I"lou.h. scholarships to the University quilting bee at the home of Mr. July 21, 19; Aug. a. U, to. 11: Sept or cither of you may have .,,,ron
R. Core last Thursday. Some of the estate of C. H. MeCloud tote of
and Arthur Inrln was of Miami wa a guest at the lunch I, It. IT. Dade County, Florida" to the County .
olemnlted. The church was beautifully eon. Among the out of town guest them wen there for the day. Judge of Dad County, Florida

decorated with ferns, palm wr Mrs Gregory of OJu with Those attending were: Mr*. A. L. Ne.tl<<*> of ApvUralimi for Tax Deed at his office In the Court Houm.

leave and whit flower White U member of her club who had Chandler Mr* 8. J. Davis Mrs. Notice U hereby given that Mr*. at Miami. Florida, within twelvemonths
H. A. Proctor, M.... C. M. Fletcher. Elisabeth Robertson holder of TaxCertificates from the time of the time
the com down In b... The .
streamer lined central aisle. a total number publication of this notice; Mid!
Numbered I t I' 11.It. .
Mrs Howard Kirk Mr H.
A* the trains of the wedding of guests was 160.Attending 44. 44 and a6. dated the 1st claim or demand to be worn to
)I.... K. C. Wever Mra. Over and aforesaid, or *amnwill
presented aa
r march were played by Chester were Mr*. Samuel day of June, A, D., lilt has filed
McCahlll: and her Whltworth Mrs Reed, Mrs Tehlln. Mid Certificate 11m, office and b* barred. See Chapter 10111laws
Hawley, Miss Katharine Irwin alter guest from Chicago of the State of Florida foryear
Mrs. Rodgers and" baa made application tor tax deed
of the Mir Caroline McCahlll 115.
room, and William Muselwhlt Mrs
Hick Allen Miss Irene Mr*. Pmthero.MoEmmett to issue In accordance with law Dated July II till. -
entered the church followed Woodbury, aid Certificate embrace the following LAURA McCLOUD

A by Ml* Wilma McCullough Mr*. F. J. Manning. Dr. Horton described properties, situated Executrix.: Estate of C. H. MeCloud.

I and Gordon Ivey. Then earn the Held Mr. M. Brenton Simmons I Anderson and Miss In Dud County Florida to-wlt: July ID. Aug. t, II 20. IT, Sept I,
Mr. O. And.roolboth of Miami Lot I. Block It. Town of 17 U.
bride and room. The pastor the D. Rarkus Mra. J. W. Gladys 10.
Florida City u embraced la
Rev George E. (Deucl stood at the Gentry, Mrs. A. J. Mole Mr*. JohnS spent Sunday with retotlve In Certificate No. I. The aswcM- Stalk. of A|>pM<*tIiiii fine. Tax InvdlNolle i I

altar and read the ceremony. Bradford Mra Charles W. Zar- Silver Palm ment of Mid "property under -* I Ia hereby given that W. K. I

The bride. wore a white crepe J* Ing. Mr*. H. T. Hattersley, M.... the said Certificate Issued wa A. Robertson Holder a* Assignee.ot

chin dream with large whit picture Frank King. Mr*. James Gardner Henry Gorman, one of the old In the nam of Tho Have*. Tax Certificate No. It, dated i
Lot It. Block 16. Town of the 'th day of February A. D., I
hat and carried bride' rose Hancock. Miss Harlett M. Works. settlers of Silver Palm who ha Florida City, a. embraced in 111; has filed said Certificate In

I .,i' Immediately after the wedding Mrs, W. D. Whitman Mrs. Mitchell been living. North Florida has Certificate No. 1. The assess. my office, and ha mad application .

the bridal party fathered at the 1>. Price Mr. George Fuller Mr returned to the Redland District ment of Certificate Mid property' under for tax deed to Issue In accordance I.
the Mid issued
McCullough hum on Coconut drive lhoa, Brewer, Mr*. George Deuel and expect to make. It his homo. the name of Mrs. Bessie wasIn M. with law Said Certificate)

t \ near Redland road where a delight. Mrs Elisabeth Gibbons Mr Lewis Brtd..... embrace the following describedproperty
Wm. loOt It. Block 14. Town of situated In Dade County;
ful wadding breakfast was served. Robinson Mra C. A. Fontn.j The Rev. and Mr. B. P. Whit. Florida to..lt:
It Mr and Mrs. Irwin left Mrs. Chas. F. Miller. Florida City, a. embraced In
a Immediately worth and con Ix>uls. of Rockdal, Certificate No. It. The assi-ss fAIt 11., Block $0. Town of
i for a, week In Tampa and other I Norrls Hull Mrs. Clyde Corwin,* and Green Whltworth, also of mont of Mid property under Florida. ( Itr.The.lI..m..nt.

place on the west coast Miss It.t Mrs. Marcia H. Ewing: Mr*. C. D. tookdale, were visitors In Silver the said Certificate .Issued. was of said propertyunder
the said Certificate Isauedwa
I : win accompanied them to her homer Brook. Mr*. Daisy Chronlster, Mrs I Palm Sunday. In the name of K J. I.eakln. : In the name of Annie Raymond

In Tampa. Paul Sears, Mrs Loving M. Greg Lot II. Block U, Town of ('()Op.r.Ynl..... said Certificate

j On their return. Mr. and Mrs. ory, Mra. M. K. Dorn. Mr*. DavidJ. ---- Florida City, u embraced In should b* redeemed. according u.

Irwin will occupy the W. H. Barrow Red Mr. Gertrude B. Fuller The Calendar Certificate mrnt of Mid No. II.property The _under asses law, tax deed will Issue thereon
the lath of D.
October A.
't M,.. Grace L. Simmons Mrs. C. ,,
place on Comfort drive. A. -- """ "' the Mid Certificate Issued was till. .

1 Mr*. Irwin was graduated from Roop Mrs. J. A. Dalsvll Mrs C. H. Bept. 11-Mrs. Frank Skill will In the name of Tatum Bro*. Dated this tth day of September,
I I !i tedlund High School where she Woodbury, Mra. Louis Morgan Lot 14. Block It. Town of A, r... '
b. the Rain ShineClub.
hostess to or Florida City a. embraced In B. LEATHKRMAN,
, i+toad high In her classes and waai Mr*. J. R. Grognn, Mra. Ruby How. Certificate No. It. Th assessment Clerk of Circuit Court, Dad Count .
{ i leader In athlt.tlc.. She also at. MlM Alice )Macomber Mr. Addle of Mid property under Florida.
t 1 tended the Florida State College R. Macomber Mra. Nellie O. Mul- Sept 11-Th* Woman' Missionary the Mid Certificate Issued was By Jno Fenno, D. C

r for: Women In Tallahassee one year. llns, Mr.. M. de Alvarez Valjes Society of the Miami tone will In the name of Tatum Bro. (Clk Circuit Court Seal' )

I ; Mr. Irwin I to a gradual of the Col.i' M.... Leroy F. Cox. Mrs. Abble E. hold .nail l| day meeting In the Lot 14, Block It. Town ot Sept' 10, IT, S4, Oct. 1, I)
liver Palm C'hu..h.Ikopt. Florida City, embraced In
leg of Agriculture of the Universitybf "Whitney, Mr*. Wm. Fraklln Certificate No.a... The aswssment N"'k"l n' A|>f>ll<*tlrm for Tax fortt,
Florida. H* now holds a po- Mr*. W. C. Henn Mrs J. )Ern"'t'l II-The Woman' Club of of said property under Notice I I. .hereby given-that W. F.

.Itlon with W. J. .Krome. bin Mr. A. W. McYlcker, Mra. the RedlanJs will give a bridge the said Certificate Issued was A. Robertson Holder a* Assignee,
'i : : M. I. Walker MUM Carrie Arnont. party at the club house at I p. m. In the name of Mr*. Lucy F.Hen of Tax Certificate No. 41. dated the
I Ith day of March A, D., 1111 baa
lass AHTND MTYFFMKItATiOY 1 Mr. Jumps J. Hennmrny, Mr*. W. O.Moaer Sept: It-Mra, JulianH.. Webter Lot 4. T. I, t, II. tft II. II. filed Mid Certificate In my office
t 1111,1711440as : Mrs Anna G. (Carlln MlM will be hostess,,to the Friday II. 14 and 83, Miller's Subdivision and bRa made application for tux

The all-day meeting of the Dade M. J. Bennett, Mra Firm, Treacy. Club containing approximately deed to Issue In accordance with

.f, 1 II County Federation of Women'sClubs I Mr. EmmaW.. Stevena Mr*. I). 8. Sept. U -The Woman' Club of Certificate 10 acres No., as 44.embracedIn The assessment law following Said' described(fleate'ornbraces property,. situated the-

In the club house of the Wo- Campbell. Mrs Antoinette Martin the Redland will hold Its regular of said property under In Dad County, Florida, to-
I pian' Club of Redland Saturday Mrs. Emily Boyer, Mr*. T. K. meeting. the Mid Certificate, Issued wit:

I was marked by u brilliant program I Hanson Mr. 8. F. Craves Mr*. A, ,.I wa In the name of I!:. C. MU- Lot t Block II. Town of
Sept. 11 The regular; meeting Of Florida City.
ter.t .
and an unusual attendance. Member fk-hnalb. Mine Ruth Plntudo, Mrs
,, the Helping Hand Club will take Lots 1. :, t, 4. t, 11. 11. U, The assessment of mid property
of the Redland club andPrinceton J. D. Redd. Mrs. Dan M. Roberta 14 It 17. II IS. It under the Mid Certificate Issued
I the form of an all day meeting.The K II ,
club were hostesses and Mr. J Y. Dychea, Mr*. H. E. 1 I member asked to bring IT. It. II. 10. II. It. 34 II.It. was In the name of Agnes Nllm.

the fed"r.tlolprealel.nt.. !Mr. Bchtimacher Mr*. J. B. Ooodson.Mra. are 17, II. II. .'. 41. 41. 43 Unless Mid Certificate should beredeemed
M'I lunch and paint brushes according t/o law tax
ttrenton Simmons. presided Peter Peterson Mrs. E. R. ': and 44. Miller's Subdivision a* deed will Issue thereon the tlth
club house had been decorated OulnlMr... Laura Hill Prllchard.Mr i1 I Sept. It-Th* Helping Hand Club embraced In Certificate No. ... day of October, A. D.. litl.
I V. H. will give a benefit card party at The assessment of said property Dated this Dth ot .
allamanda and Japanese hlblscu *. E. P. Livermore, Mra under the Mid Certificate day September
potted croton and fern. Then Parker Mrs. Stanley F. Matthew the home of Mrs. Frit Rutik on Issued war In the name of E. A. D.. 1919.

were also two large beautiful bloc. Mr. Lena Woodbury, Mrs. Da si. Halnlln drive at I p. m. Refreshments C. Miller.Unless Clerk of Circuit E. B, F.EATHERMAN Court Dade County

som* of the monsters delicious 9. Brown. Mra J. J. Moore, ben will be served. The public Mid Certificate should be Florida.
I Ie Invited. redeemed according to law. tax By Jno. Fenno, D. C
given by W. M. Drodl Seymour Dane, Mrs. H. Reely Mrs. .
I deed will Issue thereon the Utbd. Clk. Clrcutt.Court'Seal)
The morning w** given to reports A. C. Albright, Mrs Wm. R. Ban.den '' LEGAL NOTICES ., of October. A. D., lilt. I (Sept. It. 17. 14, Oft 1. I)
from the Various club belonging Mr*. George O. Ellis Mia* Dated this tth day of September, _

to the organisation. At Martha Jenkins, Mr. Grace 8. Allen !. JL D., till. la the Oft_ Court nf the 11th Ju.

11:10 luncheon woe curved at attractively Men, F. H. Wood. Mr. O. a I* County Judge/ Court. Dade E. a LEATHKRMAN. dklai tlmilt, of Itorfcla, hi and
Clerk of Circuit Court Dad County for IXwle CtMnlT. la Oiaocery.
decorated table. Th Dhort. Mrs. Don H. Mathw Mrs.Joe fount T. Florida. No. U4.. >.. ItSU-C. .
I menu consulted ofcoed papaya Carpenter. Mill Eva F. Mc- Re Estate of George Rawon Sr. Florida.By Jno. Fenno. D. C. In He: Application of Ruth Bur;

I' cocktail, avocado Mlad. creamed. Conkey, )I.... M. D. Brownlow, M.... Notice at for Intention Final Discharge.to Make Application (Clk. Circuit Court "Seal roll Butt' ,; ; t0 heCTWne. .a free deal
10, 17 14 Oct 1, I) ere
chicken mashed potato, baked Wayne Calklna, Mr V. T. Leak Notice I* hereby given that I dept Final no.-

corn jell, brick Ic* cream, cake W.... Harry l\ Wolf. M.... Clna will on the lard day of September, NoUt.oI Application lew Tax Treed Thiscause coming on for hear

J and coffee Th girl ot the junior Stewart, W.... C. N. Hnderon, A, D.W., lilt F.. Ulanton present to County Iho Honorable Judge Notice Ia hereby given tblll W. F. Insr upon' the application of Ruth.
Holder Uurrell Butt to become a frees
A. Robertson a* Assignee.of I
: I IJ Tax Certificates No. 41. 41.It it dealer, upon proof of publicationof
::1 lll1l11l11ll1mlllllmllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllml! lllllllllllllll 's and III dated the Snd day of notice. petition of the petitioner
un*. A. D. I".. hen filed maid and the Muster' report of tent I.
Certificate In my office, and but I mony; and It appearing to the
made application for tax deed to I Court 'from said MaMer's repeat
'Issue In accordant. with law Bald that the Mid Ituth Burrell Butt la
J Certificates embrace the following a resldent-cftlaen of Dade County.
Mixed described properties situated In :I l Florida la the wife of J. M. Butts,

Manganese | Dade IM County 9. Block, Florida 10. to-wlt Town: ofFlorida and own that various she the properties Mid petitioner and Interests -,

11J.d.* County Florida,
City, embraced In
and other place and la desirous of
Certificate No. 41. The aaeement ** taking charge of and managing her
I Fertilizers of said property under "{ own estate and property and of
the Mid Certificate Issued
; | wa becoming a free. dealer In every reaped
f R. ,
In the name A. Moaner ; and It further appearing" to
Lot JO Block ID. Town of the Court that the Mid Ruth Bur
Florida City, a. embraced In rell Butt I* capable competentand
FOR | Certificate No. 41. The .__ qualified to take charge of and
ment of said property under I manage her own estate and properties
the said Certificate issued wait and to become a free dealer;
In the name of A. K. Mosher. It Is therefore ordered adjudged
Lot 11. Block I. M. U *. D. I and decreed that the said
Subdivision of NW% ot Section Ruth Burrell Butt do take charge
i ALL TRUCK CROPS | I*. Township IT South of and manage her own estate and
Rang I* Eat containing It properties and she I* hereby decreed
acres, more or ten a* embraced : to be a tree dealer In all repecta -
r In Certificate. N... 11 0. The I and that the disabilities of
= = assessment of Mid property covertur be and the came art
under the Midi Certificate leaned hereby removed: and the Mid Ruth
was III the name of E.Chappie. Burrell Butts I* hereby given; full
power and authority to take charges
Results Tell the Tale | Lot 17. Block !l. Town of I of and manage; her own estate and
I Florida City, as embraced In properties to contract .and be con
Certificate No. US. The sssese traded with to me and be sued,
S meet of Mid, property tinder ,I and to bind herself aa fully In all
31 the Mid Certificate Issued wilt : respect a* It she were a fame sole'
In the of E. ChappieEstate. I It I. further ordered and adJudged -

i = Florida East Coast Fertilizer Company | fries. Mid name Certificate should be I'I shall bv the become thereof Court one effective that each this wed uporpublication decree .

redeemed according t* law tax for four consecutive weeks in the
deed will 'issue thereon the 14th day i! Homestead Leader, a newspaper of
: == FRANK B. RUE. MGR. = of October A. !>.. 1029. general circulation published I It
Dated this tth day of September, Dad County, Florida
;; Homestead. Florida Phone 16 s A. l>.. 1111. Done and ordered at Miami
f E, B t.EA THERM AW. I Florid, this 14th- day of AuguwiA
j Promoters and distributors of Manganese Sulphate Clerk of Circuit Court lade
== l Florida i I W U FRPELAND.'Irnlt .
Ry In.. ".nn., C C < Judge
IIIJ/lUllumff! will. circuit Court Seal) A".. J7. $ept 1, It, IT *"
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I Tuesday, September 10, 1929 THE HOMESTEAD LEADER Page Seven '

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: Committees for Next You. and each *f you, are herebyordered. i .
on or before the Till dm
'II of October<< l'l'. to appear to the I

Announced by Local President In Mil the of complaint above cause filed, otherwise against you the CLASSIFIED ADS

I allegation contained therein mill
Mrs. be taken by you an oonfeaaed. This RATS First Insertion lOe suhsotta.at Ineertloim>, !1
'. :
.', "1'1. John B. Tower, president 0( ,ton Sam McKlnatry, Mra. order to be published once a week allnej;
| Homestead P.-T. A., announces Wm. Clark. Mra. Frank Rue, Mr*. for four roneeeuUve week In the le alia
r oommltteea for the tear aa fol. I Homer Da via. Mra M. A. Berger Homestead LeadffDone I" ----
at Miami Florid this Ilrd I "
Mra. X. H Fitch Mra. F. N. I... day of August. A. D. Itt*. FOR BAI.HTewiaMueoovlaB..
." _"&am-Mr* Julian Webster win and Miss Stella Hook. K! B. I.BATHERMAN. Business OpportunitiesIF duoka. Sea Campbell Posts. Caf, dHomestead
'chairman, J. T. Wilson, Mr. J. O. Mr*. Tower will aha. supervision. Clerk Circuit Court. ,
E. Dewey, U. C.
,'llpjnng. Mr*. Revs Webb, Mr of the nine committees with the two Circuit l'ou.r Seal hC" ( ()
Crank Llridaman End Mra. J. :Ti.Tower. vlre-prealdenta Mra C. T. Harper UOUKHT8 AND ! and Mra Lee H. Lehman. M... I solicitors for Complainant CLASS RBUTAtfRANT boat la-
(Aug. IT Sept '. 1*. IT If)
... .atlon In address Inquiry HATCHING-IUbyc
Way and nveana -Mr* O. J Harper will be head of the cafeteria Homestead

,.Jlmtkler. chairman Mra. L. K.jikrhor. were and mean and refreshment Yakn of App.ikrttken.. her Tax Demi to Foot Office Bus 1141. iloka and baby quoits! By
., Mr*. Party M.aU. >y, Mr*. O. committee; Mr*. Lehman of I Noting I* hereby given that illation A, 'Hom"' "". View Poultry Farm" Bay visit

II; West. Mra. Ira Ketherjr, Mr*. B.IVL the kindergarten and alumni, hospitality Church Properties, Inc. a Floridat'Orperallon taJTtf) read 1 voile south of Princeton
Lawrence Mr. W. R. Crow and and house and property Holder a* Assignee alI (nlltf)
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Tai Certificate No. lltll, dated
;,)I.... Max Loaner. committee; and Mr*. Tower of theproram. I -- -- -
the .th day of June A. 11., HIT. has
and l..elalat1on-'Mra. FOR RENTFOR : "LOSTHum =
t, Literature publicity and literature filed said Ortlfloate. In mla office
atji N. Walker, chairman Mr. L. L. committee 'and haa made application for tax _
Bow Mrs Ben Archer and Mrs Mr*. Tower asks those that know: deed to issue In accordance with LOAT- aimed, dark brown.
Robt. Stevenaon. of children who need clothing to law. Said Certificate embraces the RKNT: -k-roon> house, light, make mi somewhere In Red-

\: Cafeteria-Mra. V. *M. Orlnnell notify Mr*. J. R. l>oraey of 114 N. following described property, alto water. Furnished If dedred. Near lad DtatrM. Reward for return
chairman Mra Frank Webb, Mr. W. 7th street before school open, witted In Dade County .Florida to. aboard atation. Earl C. Smith to Tony Lori Florida City

N. T. McCourtney, Mr*. L. Formed If possible. a* the P.-T. A. baa placed wit: R. V P. 1. (pelt-ll
Lot I, Block SI, Bur Vista
Mra. W. L. Cooper. M... J. A. a good aaaortment with her for Park. (pat-ll) --

",Book and Mra. C. T. rfarper. distribution There la a supply for The assessment of said property ----. n

House and property-Mr*. John children under school are also, ahaay under the said Certificate Issued FURNISHED APARTMENT, modern -
Booth chairman Mr*. J. R. Doney, was In the name of Unknown. Unless private entrance. Ill N. W.
k !Mra. J. A. Smith Mr.. O. R. Brown At the executive board meeting said Certificate. should be redeemed Fourth at. IIURnF.RS"Vfto:

Mr*. C M. Redd. Mrs. E. 8. Caplonger Friday afternoon at the home of according. to law. tax deed (atltO M 00 p..w..k for room and board.

; Mrs J. Barnes Mr*. J. A. Mr* Julian H. Webster It waa decided will October Issue, A.thereon I)., tilt.the 7th day of Me wry House, 111 B. W FlratalreeU
McNeill and John Oarrla. that Mr V. M. Orlnnell llomaat\(ad.
Dated this 80th day of August, A. FOR RENT SCARIFIED PINE.
Publicity-Mr* Harry Cooper, would have charge of the cafeteriaon D.. mi LAND. One hundred acme well
alrman. Mr*. Ion Hill Mr*. the same bail aa feat year. It lt'B. LEATHERMAN. scarified within WILL BUT Certificates of Drpoalt:
I plneland partly
R. L. Scott and M r.. C. H. Parman. was decided also to give a priM of Clerk of Circuit Court, Dade County Bank of Homeatead. H. A. Cam
limits remainder In
city "arloua -
alumni Mr each month the Florida eras.
Kindergarten and $1 to room hiving Die-
By Jno. Fenno. O. C. sections of Radland
Pied Redd chairman. Mr. C. O. the best mother attendance at the laU.tO
(Oik:: Circuit Court deal trlct for cropping season 1111-
Robertson, Mr*. Paul Russell, Mr*. P.-T A. meeting. The date forth ...."t. 1. 10. 17 U._ Oct 1. 1110. Wm. J. Krome, HomeHead ._-
I D. L. Bowen. Mr. Alton Weldon first P,-T. A. meeting this term _
Mra. P. J. Franklin Mr* H. T. was art for Oct S, w hen a reception In the> civil Omrt of n........... In and Fla
Brother. M.... H. M. Cook and will be held for the teach ra. $712.for haste County, Florida. No. (aU..IO) NEW G. BALL

Mra Lee Lehman.'Hoapltallty The executive committee members Notice of Sate

>.: -Mr*. W. M. Bradley, attending Included: Mra.. The Central Properties, Ino.. A FOR SALE FIRE INSURANCE AND KlN.PREDMNEI. .
chairman M... E. A. Ennla, Mr*. Tower, Mr*. Webster, Mr*. L. H. Florida Corporation, Plaintiff
Tom Vann. Mr* Wm. 8yke, Mr*. Lehman Mr*. Fred Redd Mr C. va Notice H. O la. Orlawold hereby given Defendant that bv NOTARY

Carl peden, Mr*. John Anderaen N. Walker, Mr*. Harry Cooper, MraOrlnnell virtue of Execution Issued out of FOR gAI.B-Cletrao tractor and Pl'RLlO *
|[>MlM Mary Jackson and Mra. Dexter Mr* Frank Skill Mra. J. the Civil Court of Record In and tandem dial; one hay rake one
for Hade County, Florida, In that LEGAL DOCUMENTS CORRIXTI.T -
Mflilth O, HaoKlor and Principal Jam T. certain cause therein pending five-ratted saddle horse; one
Refreshments-Mrs. W K. WaiRKYRJVG Wllaon. numbered 1111. wherein Judgmentwaa plow and harness Campbell, DRAWN'
rendered against H O. Orl. Lisle Cafe Homeetead. .
wold In favor of The Central Prop-
DIES: In both the house and ground Mr. pMI.... Inc., a Florida corporation, (atilt) .
Word beeRreceived and Mra. Harry D. Wolf have beenIn plaintiff and which amid judroentwaa "
here of
/. charge of the place. Although thereafter recorded In the Office FOR BALE! OR RENT-Furnlahed
the death of .A,' Keyblne of Hoholle of the Clerk of the Circuit MURPHY'STRANSFER I
aeven-room modern home with
Mr. Rerbln had not lived In Red- Court In and for Mile County,
I N. T. Last February Mnfteybtn land those who met him looked Florida I levied upon and hall offer or without trove or feral land. CO.

purchased property on forward to his Joining the community for sale to the highest and beatildoVr. Located 1H" mile east on Howry a meet Mowry 11-
Oliver Palm drive near Tennessee for cash, at the south frontdoor .
street Dials
Apply Cafe
for at leant a few month during In the
of the Court House
road and had improvements mad sr I I Hauling of Every Description
r, th* winter City of Miami. Florida, during thepgal Prompt Service Phone lll-M
hours of ale on the first (aUtO
Monday In October A. !>., lll$. lo .
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1 USE- MANGANESEIn wit October T, 1029 the following
DON'T NEGLECT described property lying and being
situate In the County of Dade and I
YOUR PIANO tin- thirst I'ourt ..r Urn lciuh: State of Florida, to wit: We Buy Any Quantity of Fruits
:I .",,11",1 Circuit of l-'kirlila. In 1 Large office desk
and for bade (comfy, In limn.KorwIoMiira I Small office, dealt I
1 HAVE IT TUNED REPAIRED I t one". I Peak chalraI
including guavas Surinam cherries roselle ca-
OR REBUILT BY I of Mort ragA Office chairs I ,
Sarah Frnnlnirton mpUilnant, 1 Typewriter disk
... Charles Ira Wyche et ux, I>eI 1 Waate paper baskets rissa, kumquats and limes.
W. E. KOON I I rcndnnti ; Ink lell .
;i Order. for Publication. 1 Brags cuspidor BONITA GROVE PRODUCTS CO.
tn the Name of the mate of Florida Purchaser pay for bill of ...10.
llo N. W. and Rt. Phone M> -M "I : M. P. LEHMAN Bh.rlff., RKDLAMI. FLA. PHONE: sale
ToCharles Ira Wyche and MirIam pad County Florida.By .
Also Auto Top and I'. Wyrhr. A. J. Kelly P. 8.BLAKLKY .
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Body Work Attorneys for Plaintiff
USE MANGANESE Miami Florida.
17. 20. Oft J.
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4 ties with each suit HE FLIRTED WITH DEATHMADE Lon IN THE iKY'


I 2 ties with each pair :

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First National Vita piton. Picture
=1 10. TALKING- IN01NQ-Bedroom scenes that will
1 A. S. DAVIS, Prop. PHONE 560MiiiiiimiiiiiiniiiipiiiniiiioiiiiiHiiiiiiiM make yen titter. Dane ipertacle that will make you cheer.
== = Catchy melodies you'll b* humming for week .
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<\ Page Eight THE HOMESTEAD LEADER Tuesday, September 10, 1929

I Final". RReductions M ,


\ Large Assortment of INHIRSCHFAUTH MIRRORSAll

Occasional Chairs

Extra Special CO. '. Sizes

$12.50SturdiJy $4.50 UpLuxurious

built and ornamental .
velour seats and
tapestry backs-the best Removal Sale Rugs
.: display in town. Marked Down for

Special Sale of Choice Clearance! j

. Gate-Leg Tables
: All Hanglnc from. the aniallrat rut run
: some in are the hand-decorated conventionaldesigns Ten years In one location-245 E. Flagler St., Miami-has if the largest AimlniliT Ckrpou,

I others in Orientaland brought us numberless customers. During this time we have ac- and including many tine oval
modernistic motifs. quired the reputation of handling only the finest furniture madein braidfoelOru. nil stock will arouse.

Some real beauties in this this country. .grant enthtitla.m/ among homeowners .
apartment house man.agora
grouping. Fine woods and
finishes were employed in Our lease on this building expires and we must be out of it

their construction. by October first. Keeping abreast of the growth of this com UltraH I7x54-nclt!| |Seamless| ....| Rugs'..... 52.

Larger Gate-Leg munity, and with the idea of service to our customer in mind n.lt-lnt-h kaamleso: Itum.'S3. !
Extra special ... '" ....?... '
Tables we will occupy our fine new building at Biscayne Boulevard and 4511
Values Up to $70 Fourteenth Terrace, where we have ample parking space for the Extra sl-foot apodal aleamlew.. Kugi.. 7. I

$29.50 convenience of those who want to take their time in making their xll-foot Extra apeclal Hu.mU-M" liuga *OQ.

selection of furniture. .
Some are handdecoratedin Whlttall'a A Higelow-Hartferd, 2
finest grail. Will on., discontinued
Chinese red and black, New stocks of the latest creations in fine furniture have patterns, Extra $95.00
: some in with special
green taupe been purchased for store and to make for them
trimming in a crackle finish our new room 17-lmtr Illnelow-Hart Aamln
others in black and I, and save the expense of moving our present stock we have great 1 .tr farptt to ...1., ,..large, from.rang Regularly of patterns -
gold and solid reduced prices item in store-the reduction being H.I5 *
colors, neat. ly on every our Ord ,rd. .UpsUnlly.: .pricwd. .$1.95
Iy trimmed. Distinct values as high as fifty per cent in some cases. !

I raided K I.M. Oval all colors Hue .Han......... 51.95

Smaller Gate-Leg Rag num irb1i%' Rot. <1 Art
: ularly priced 16 .. ... ... i.W
, Values Tables to $40 Consider the. Following Prices:"

$19,75Including Sale! Fine Suites of SunRoom

mahogany witha Living Room Suites priced from $125.50for Furniture

subdued gold stripe, lire Prim Ihvt K.lbxwJlr G i..ruliiir lakes.. of at
Chinese red and black, a Karpen Davenport and Chair, with cut velour main PrireelIPIECk. .
black walnut with : KA'n'N: ,'mRIoO"N ; HAS,..

in Chinese red pedestals also upholstery to $350.00 for a two piece suite ",,,II...., chair\\ and rocker Iot''n: Just the
antique and suite far the apartm nt. Regularly
green green
and gold combinations. with carved, solid walnut frame, covered with Price 161.69.: Sale ... $37.504.PIFCF I

Boudoir Attractive Chairs and high grade silk mohair and silk tapestry cover : : KAUP"N'I"'U linn"AN"'O"N: I

CharmingStrikingly Priced- ing on cushions and backs. .Many others at prices In and brows I.bl", f.arge Onto Regularly natural notion. cbalr green rocker Mln'hln.ClolI .

$13,75 between these.. Price 119.99. .sale...... 1. $47.50
x s.Plbll'I': KAIIPiN 0"110:
TH Slick ..11\"": $tIlE
A large selection in .. ...
cretonne .
OuMMInir of l> v nport *"-
and damask covers Dining Room Suites ranging from $95.00 back Hooker and htuh-lwoli. chair
-designed in newest patterns ,1.'CUlor', 1146. ... $82.50
and colors-Ideal for for an eight piece, walnut finish suite to $795.00for 1.1'..:('", ..KAU.'IIOlnlolli.: : I'
.. Milady's boudoir. TIC:) iIICR 111RK 1Itl'fIo
a ten piece solid oak'hand' carved in Old English Finer grade typo'. Davenport.
Wide Assortment of rocker and 'h.lr. Formerly pricedat

Odd Pieces design. Seats cushioned in fine red mohair. I41e I UU Price $92.504l'IMK I'
Go On Sale GreatlyReduced
: KA H"IIloo.n"'llIo: : I
Others at a price range to fit your budget. lid) F'IRRE:,si'ITK: I
Our stock includes many Htrnport chair rocker and
table In the better grade type of
odd pieces, such as Odd lonatructlon Beautifully deiorated -

Tables and Odd Chairs Bedroom Suites from $59.50 for 5-piece Sal._ Price Regularly..._ .. (,ITS. 5135
which have been reducedin
......:t'I': HARPr'N r.XTIt:
proportion, so aa to painted suite to $395.00 for a six'piece decorated ilCGIS linn .,mt.; fcl ITK I''
clear stock to make room ( avenporL rocker aad chair In fellow
for new stock which will in the Other suites and black deaeralons. I'Pholrttred -
suite modernistic manner. : In charming flowered d.
go in our New Store, to al. Formerly priced l .8

open October lit I priced to sell at remarkably low prices. '\; gain. 5185

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Hirsch-Fauth Furniture: Go i !

245 East Flagler I St., Miami, Fla..

" "Wealth and Fertility Unlimited are In

I BIJI&GIeVII Florida's. soil. Arthur Brisbane I r-.O.twn, I



; ,Unification of Citrus Industry Seems Assured



ELIMINATION- OF, Secretary Compensation Hyde Not Say Necessary That Unified Grower Control of Products WILL BE READYIN

Would Eliminate Present Methods of NEAR FUTURE
Senator Duncan P. Fletcher
PROCESSINGS'ASKED yesterday wired the following to Inordinately Costlv System of Sale
Florida Farm and Grove In re.spoons .
to aa Inquiry as to -
whether or not It processed Brown Views Issue Commander Feels

OF HYDE fruit upon was rendered reaching unmerchantable the market $1.00 A CRATE From Practical That Solution Is

, the grower would lose his right at Hand.
a to possible government Indent* TOMATO TARIFFIS Standpoint.
Clearing House to nit,. "Hecretary Hyde says

I Request DrasticModification. Under the revised quarantine n y (. C.fteneral COMM!{ .n.
the will be denied Ity COU L. DROWN.
grower ship
Manager Florida I true
NOW CERTAINWill Now that the Agricultural Marketing
meat only on those fruits and Kirhanice.
vegetable which because of la.feeutlon Act has paved the way for
would be of no commercial large seals operation by pro Within t very short space of

5 By (J. M. Hd.KNJf.\Jf.! value. With these provbkma Aftducers through time the Florida Citrus Fxrhania
That FlorIda today I* commercially It Is not apparent to me Give Adequate effort will hare some Important an
ItI worthwhile
that there would be any hauls Protection ncementi to make regarding
Mediterranean f
free from on which Indemnifying legislation on a to consider
graft fly Infestation and that for the lose of crops can be Yearly Basis.By some of the the unification plan which Is now
modification permitting the free asked." s thing that can la process of formation. The executive *
be accomplished, and directorate of the Bx-
of fruit -
movement processing
supposing t h a t
bat under Held ln')*ctloa Farm Board ViewsOrganization FRANK R HAI IRT'I'. Florida had just. change have been working constantly *
Editorial Director farm and Grove,
an4. certification should b* a one large organl on this plan since the first
forthcoming from the Substitution of a year-round tomato satlon devoted to announcements of the Federal
Immediately Plan tariff of t I.'
and control admlnlatratloa. cent a pound cltru fruit and Farm Board laid down Its policies
plant quarantine In place of the another for tnc'orona
contemplated dutyof
U th' consensus of Of United GrowersUnited I cents a pound for nine just what regard to marketing organisations

opinion amongst leading growers months, which would have left Col. Brows could| the y dot and Federal aid. Due to

and shippers throughout the It.... I Florida grower without protect Where are the big leaks In ou the peculiarities of the marketing
I being forcefullybroatbt Grower of Amerloa. the tto.....".- l>eeerab. *v Januaryand marketing systemr What can b* let-..' Iri' Florida, this work has
The matter 110.000.000 cooperative marketing February, will bo la the general don through organised effort to taken longer than at first
to the attention .( See organisation for fruits and tariff bill when It I to finally stop them was in
retarr Hyde by the Clearing Howe vegetables recently Incorporated reported to the upper house of It te fairly well established. tlclpated bat It la now la a fairway
Association, In a letter despatched held its organisation meeting In congress by the Beast Finance fart that with fruit and vegetables to eee successful consumption.Ai .
and br the New York City on August Mad committee. the cost of moving them a matter of fact the announcements
but week approved The following were elected JuliusH. This news was deapatehed from from the farm to the consumer's' I refer to
nay even be mad
operating committee. A. M. Pratt. Barnes Chairman of the Washington last week and la kitchen la often Inordinately large
general manager of the ClearingHouse Board W. M. Jsrdlne Arthur R. largely the result of effort on the Consequently there la opportunityto before this Is In print
left for Washington late Rule H. W. Jeffers, dray Silver, part of Arthur Hoodley, II. T. effect savings which will be reflected There has been some feeling
last week to bring these points John Burgess and Robert W. Bingham Bennett, George Fletcher Luther either In a higher price to perhaps that the Exchange has not
more emphatically to the attention directors A total Board Chandler and other who hv the grower a lower price to the brought these things Into being 8
of government officials. memerbshlp of II Is provided The waged a continuous fight for consumer or both. When It costi little sooner But I am aura that
la an Itnervlew with Florida names of other director will b* many months on behalf of the two or three times aa much to such slight Impatience a. has existed
Farm and Grove Just prior to his announced later. A majority' of grower of Florida to secure this transport and distribute a. It does Is due to a lack of knowledge .
departure, Mr. Pratt said: "We them will be chosen from the various protection As reported In previous to produce-which Is not unusual as to the volume of work
hare made much rapid progress In organizations composing Issues of Florida Farm and with crops such aa tomato, watermelons necessary to bring It about Exchange .
eradication work that necessarily United Growers. Grove, they were successful getting and coler-Impro"d officials have been In almost
the revision of the quarantineand During the organization meetIng a rate of three cent a pound methods could effect .."loC"It constant touch with mom
similar formal action baa lagged an appointment was arranged ,when the tariff bill was presentedContinued the control of a commodity bore of the .Farm Board since Itsorganization.
somewhat, but I feel certain (Continued On Page 11.) ( I On Page 11) (Continued On Page 10.) moat We have bad the nt.
consideration from that bod.
that once the fact are thoroughly -
and have at all time been awareof
understood In Washington we

will Idwatlon get the that same we generous hare always oon- I LEADING DAIRY BREEDS BUILD SURE MILK PROFITS II their(Continued policies and On requirements Page I.)

bad In the p.". No flies bare .

(Continued On Page 11.)

Shultz. Will Likely

First Shipment of Head the Plumosus

,iii, '
Grapefruit Leaves ,. ;I Market Association

> '.
Terra Ceia Island : ; Florida Farm and Grove
"Yi'e ''
.1 i ii t"\ learns from reliable
j J! :J, : sources that
Tern Vela bland !. Has*, .", .J.- '1"f7"-"f'fJ 'it It'f W, H. Hhalts, of Auburndale

tee county, claims the first the largest plumosm fern grower .
in the state, will' likely bo
shipment of for tile
elected president. of the newly,
1020-80 season Tbe fruit formed Florida I'lnmo-ui .
.. I growers'
-- -
grown by t. H. Kennedy, was M" __ Co-opwallv AI a meeting
packed and handled by L.; O.McLeaa. of leading; growers from the Vo-
Its Destination was not Ionia county and Leeshurg dbtrlrta -
nnonaeed At virtually the last week Mr. Bhulls was
same time. the Terra Vela Citrus nuked to serve la this capacity.
exchange shipped a ear ofgrapefruit i Regional meetings are now being
held at various points for
growl by W.'R Pollard
the election of
a permanent
I and shipment are nowleaving
of director Tin firm
the Island regularly.In meeting M Url and elected .'.
the opinion of some of the I.. Mercer the Urgent grower luVoltmla
leading citrus men In Maaatea county, and A. U Lewis
county, the Mason will be one of lk.loon Springs, aa p-rma
1 of the beet In a number of Want director Mr. fowls has
years, even though the volume been very active la the forma
of the crop may be as low ae 00 tloafof the _prraU".. Julian
.......... cooperative marketIng -
per cost of that of last eeaaoa.
specialist who
Absence of winds orgaalaml
high daring
the growers, has ben Bantedby
the rowing season baa helped ... Commissioner Mayo a* a director -
-oo "'--'- '- --- -'
Uw condition of the maturing 1'--- represeallng. the stale.
fruit H I* agreed, and shortageof The aaaorlatloa now baa over

the California) crop as well The election of a breed .. ono of the iBtereathtg phase of the dairy b..I_ So long a* 800 member, and It I* said torepreeeat
as that from the Inlands are all you get good representative, any one of the leading breed as good. Above la Jersey bull show over fifty per swat of
soon as Important factorr la nprofitable tag splendid type. Right above I* a herd of Ajr.hires lu a Florida posture Left, below the big the plumo-us volume of the

year for the citrus gee producer on the Penny Fares, a Holstein grade. Right below, a champion Oaernacy. market country.the It fern will crop be ready of the to
Industry te this county. Story M peg eight. present _


1929-30 Citrus Crop May Gross $96,000,000. PACE Y FOURJ ON ,

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I and there I* not a great deal of young The toad to were than double that *tlaet
Farm and Grove growth on the tree. It I* not sate to pray New Marketing Bureau year Bad will greatly ha-Woe the
I' with oil emnliloa when the temperate* isabove activities o( the bureau. It will as* provide
Calendar of Work It degree. Proposed by GovernorIs tor a greater marketing new service
The beet spray solutions for whlteflyand which will be tarried oa la co-operation .
ecale-lnceit are oil emulsions. Both Ready to FunctionPoultry with the Federal government AI well a*
for September the upper and the under part of the tree a decided Increase In field service. ,
should be sprayed thoroughly. This all slogan, "Florida-Feed Thyself, and
spraying for whitefly and purple scale la Un Slock. Vegetable and K'.8 of $13T.100.000 You Are
By *. FRANCIS OOOPKR.BUHtw usually the most Important ODe of the Fruit Marketing Experts Named.By Sending Out Of the State For1 Food Prod-
A._ll.nl Xtmtmamt '.a.l... year. ucU" baa been adopted.
The eternal cry, "Carry on, carry on," Moet grower prefer to buy their oil "'W. will add additional force to the 1
mad famous by British soldier during emulsions already made. However It one r. JACK AC'lI': Marketing Bureau and work hand la hand
the World war should ever rims IB the wishes to make his own the experiment (Special to the Florida Fare and Oro_) with the grower of the Hate la a combined
farmer't ear*. There la station at 'Gainesville' will gladly furnish. With the appointment ot specialists toaid I effort to Increase the market place ,
t never a time when the ,direction*. farmers o( the state marketing their for Florida product, a* well a* a saving '
farmer and fruit growercan Cucumber aarnracnoae, one of the moet products. the new and enlarged marketing ot general expenses through eo-operatlve I
afford to "let ap." serious dlieasci with which the all truck bureau, mad possible byon. buying and railing of own cattle food
He must be constantly at grower baa to contend can be controlledby of Governor Doyle B. tuffs.** Mr Mayo doclared.
work for there I* ever spraying with Bordeaux mixture, says "While we hope to have the work U
something to be don. Dr. O. F. Weber associate plant phatolo- Carlton's admlnlitratlonmeaaurei full away by September first It I* all new
I. the Citrus Grove. gist at the Florida Experiment Station. li beginning to to the itate and we ask that the people do
The M e d 11 e rranean The first spray application should b* made function. Three of the not expect too murk la a abort apace ot
fruit flu campaign la being when the second leave have formed. The |I four expert hare been time, but we do believe that when the
directed and conducted praying should be repeated every week awle named, the other to follow fruit growers, dairymen, poultrymea, and
by the United State thereafter during the growing leaaon.Thl within a few day general farmer understand the plan, and
Department of Agriculture spray should b* applied under high They are: F. W. R In her. their cooperation la gives, w* wilt bare
and the State Plant pressure, *o that a fine mist le formed. 1 former poultry marketing a marketing organlaatloa second to none"
i. rnmri CMswBoard; attempt will Both upper and under side of the leave expert of North Caroline he declare
be made here to discuss that citrus prob should be covered with Ipr.,. The 4-4-10 I who 11'11.ct In this capacity Much study ha* been given this plan.
I lem. However, there arc certain all Job formula I* the one to be used It U prepared for Florida. V. W. "With the full cooperation of the people
In the citrus grove which ihquld not be aa follows: Dissolve 4 pound of Gov. OarlUm. Lewi, of Florence, 8. O., and a properly functioning marketing
neglected. copper sulphate In II gallon of water, aa experienced live stock and general agrlcultaral board inch aa has been ormed Florida
Citrus grower should take precaution carefully alack 4 pound of rock lime and marketing expert: and 8. W. will lot only teed Itself but will become
to prevent the ravages of pumpkin bag on dilate to* IB gallon; pour the copper sulphate Hlatt former county agent of Palm Beach one of the outstanding exporting district
their trait. To prevent this damage I. R. solution and the lime solution Into county, who will work a* marketing ipeclallst In the United State*." Governor
Watson entomologist at the Florida Experiment a third container at the same time, mixing In the fruit and vegetable group. Carlton points out.
Station, recommend that cover thoroughly. Do not use spray mixture that Another activity which la expected to
crop such a* eowpea, beggtrwee, and 1* 14 hour old.Eggplant bring results to the grower of the state An open meeting of the But Howe
grovel should b* out by the middle of : and Cabbage DlwuMe. I* the decision by the new board to advertise Demonstration Council for Senior Horn
September. Theee crop should b* out Growers suffer many loiiet to eggplantcrop Florida farm product In marketing Demonstration Work, at which report
closely, to prevent the bug from getting which could b* prevented It known dlitrlct at those someone of the year when were beard from number of county council
a foothold. preventative measure were taken. Various various Item are being sold The greater were heard featured the program ot
The pumpkin bug, or Southern green diseases cause moat ot the losses, part of a ITS,000 advertising appropriation the women attending Farmer Week. Mr.
stink bug Injure the fruit by puncturing and practically all of them can be con which to handled through the officeof I. C. Nelson president, presided over the
the rind and lacking the Juices, opening trolled. According to Dr. Weber, the moat Commissioner of Agriculture Mayo will council meeting
the way for decay to met IB, and causing serious disease ot the eggplant U caused go to this purpoe "
the fruit to drop. If the legumlnon cover by a fungus which attack the stems trait The board which will hare charge of Truck farmers; : la Hlllsborougb countyare
crop, such M co."p., bekkarweed and and leave It cause a trouble known .. the activities of this new work consist being urged by County Agent C. P.
Crotalarla are cut by about the middleof tip-over or item-canker ot Governor Carlton, CommlMloner Mayo Wright to plant Irish potatoes this fall
September, before the last brood of It may be reoogalied on the fruit by and Marketing Bureau Commissioner L. la view of the abort northern crop which
pumpkin bug develop wing, the young speckled oval-ehaped loot*, on the item M. Rhode The mm of 139,009 wa appropriated I* said to be 000,000 bushels under the
will perish before they reach other feedIng by oblong cankerous apoU, and on the by the legislature for this work. last, fI"e-,....' average.
ground, which often are the fruit on leave by circular brown ipot F
the tree To prevent this trouble, disinfect the

cut la around cutting the the tree cover tint crop leaving It I*the beet middle to seed ot for corrosive t minute sublimate In a 1,to wash 1,009 well solution la- ..................... .................... ................................

to be cut later, letting the man with several change of clear water and dry
the scythe precede the mower. This tend before planting. To control, spray thoroughly
to drive the bug away from the tree. with I-I-IO Bordeaux mixture. Repeat
Along In late October any bag that are the spraying every II day until a
found oa the tree can be shaken off week before the lat picking. To prevent IT'S SUPPERFOK TOlE
caught In a canvas cloth spread beneath staining ot fruit aa ammonlacal copper
and poured Into a mixture of kerosene carbonate solution can be anbitltnted for
and water. the Bordeaux.
The latter half of September and early ,
October t* the season for applying the fall Two per cent of the itate'i citrus crop
pray for whitefly and icale-luect In the baa been loet to the fruit fly according to
citrus grove. This praying should be done a report from headquarter of the plant
a* moon a* the weather seta cool enough quarantine aid control administration.


1 Better 1

{ Mulch as/w a > a.cr. e Right now te the time four tree are hunt'/-

FARMTIX they want to be fed. And what they need U plenty ,

O we s,,, of the) quick-acting nitrogen In Chilean Nitrate of

.j PaperSuperior CROP orl"A Soda. That's the food which give them strengthfor

the winter soft,, put. them In condition to
set a large and healthy crop of blooms next
February.And .
; Many Important
If Jh fruit fly has hit you, your tree need
Chilean Nitrate more than ever to help you make

a profitable crop next year Chilean Nitrate alone

FARMTEXPatent at many successful citrus grower know, not

only increase the tree'* yield and makes finer
Applied For.
fruit, but cut down crop costs, too. You can al

Two thicknesses of paper. Much more waterproof. Holds. ways rely on Chilean Nitrate to make firmer

Three thicknesses of all moisture In
asphalt. soil.
Juicier fruit that colors properly and mature
Re-enforcing cords between Economical. Durable. '
paper set in asphalt. earlier.

Corded edges-won't tear. Eradicate. weeds. Bares culUrating. '. Feed your tree Chilean Nitrate, the) world's

Corded centers on wide only natural nitrate nitrogen fertiltxer. Your tree
widths. Profitable, as it results in ..
will pay you back, many time over.
greater yields of better qual- .

ItT that can be marketed
$ FARX7T1 early at top prices.

ISO YARD ROLLS ChileanNitrate

12 in. wide, corded edges.

center.18 in. wide, corded edges and of Soda

56 In.% wide, corded edges, 4
cords In center.

Writs !(Samples and Prices t
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75-77 Duane Street New York
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t I I I$6.OOPerBox Gross Predicted for Citrus Crop I.

\ meat bona a* tt sea scarcely ** ......-'
16,000,000 end a ta tor. Taaaa II Was. likely te aklpmor :

grapefruit than at ear .,....... meson Cooperation t

i I' HARVEST SHOULD aHboagb a4 cuff Iciest t* be a deter WILL BE LIGHTER

mixing. IM_. I I

$96,000,000 The diversion, af grapefruit t* the caa.

t era rfor caaaed grapefruit and grapefruitJules i
meet a* caaaMcreel aad aa tale ladaatry -
baa boots growing steadily Its Pa.gslremeate This Country Absorb
i Demand Steadily Increases ibaald chew another iBcroaaaUM Will

: With Supplies Lower coming aeaaaa Big Percentage of Cropat
la mating any survey .f market eeadtUaaa -
: Than in 1927-28. It mart ales be aoaalderad that the Higher.Prices.By .
dmaaael far ...,.. fruit m ateadtly lacrea
; IDa one the .....Ira BMBta lacreaaa at tb*
: By COU I. MOWN.Chine rate *( sourest hundred Iboaaaada beieea Contrary to popular ballet. Florid will
mere each aMaoa. The II day diet
fraN. primes tab coming aaaoa whirl calla for grapefruit twice 0 day kai lOt export a very warn percentage *f HigrapefrvjMNrop

Should bo high' aaoach to make N erne el kept the price of grapefruit at ......11' this. _.. aoeordlag 14
J. 1. J"general manager of the Tames
la- high prime Ikreagkoal the entire .irater -
; the Meat profitable tit Florida citrus value. Terminal, OM at the Mat1
mad m merely ..otb.. evidence at the
natty ban ever aiBertoac**). AaaamtatUat largest exporter of citrus ,,.110. The rem: _
citrus trait
trend toward greater coaiump-
the crop m fraaa .......... ta IV One > OB for this, Mr. Judd pays m that the

.*..*.. ben, prtrea should ka aaoatk Altogether there appear,lo be lea cllrai Baropeaa market deautada the imallerlieo
-.... .... ItOi aid II'.. and be estimates
higher la net coaiMerably more than the fruit available for Ikle coming aMaoa than
that mall of
of .........* boxes produced la 1111-11 and It would not be aarprMngte a very percentage
bumper crap see a somewhat higher level of .,.te.. tka forthcoming crop will grade oat Into
this past "-.. far the _...... Bawd oa the statistical IbOM ulsee..Next .
strange aa It may teem a abort crop evidence at band and the probable demand Pill _.'. crop will be small bat
Ike avenge for the coming ooaaoa fhouldbe the tarn else will predominate" Mr.
bring enough higher prices to more than about a half dollar higher than U the Judd .tat'". 1 do not expect to see production -
of feet lie low la toaaare. The Bat retina 1117-11 season or approximately l..I* foreran this year reach much totter than
to growers almost Invariably. reach a far *a sad It.It for .,..pe"l.1.... the U per cant at Jut ....0.'. ......... W*
higher total than they do whoa the crop seasons a whole. Naturally the marked have created .a export demand for Florida
m extra heavy.A will be eoaatdorably higher than this el that will ka difficult to
times and lower toe whoa the ntevameatla : An Editorial Without Words grapefruit: supply
eompartooa of crop prices and yield at H* .height If the carnal estimates aN daring the coming "..0., at prices which
far former eoaooae ....0...,.'.. bow this correct and the season rune true to form.CondlikiM European can afford to pay. The Amer-
work la practice. The un... season duringgiho an Uw mentha may less market* will ceaaime all that w* caaprodaea.
... the one which moot closely reeemble. alter the aJtuallon materially Iou a* It now CITRUS COLORING DATA and at bleb price. Oar .last
the prospects for the coming aeaaoa. The ...... everything favor a high .....klt. shipment to England. daring the ltll-l
crop that aeanoa la Florida totaled' Lit,. A eomparlaoa of prteee and pure during season brought I* .bIUI.... or about ft.*0
ttt boxes at grapefruit sad ..10..... tilt heavy year are of intonut aa they a box ........1.. Then Men piece of fruit
how the close relation h.twea the des ofIke Growers Interacted to coloring' citrus,
boxes of oranges and tangerines, _r4. coat the wholesaler about tea cent, and
crop and the prices The season of lollaw aid avoiding the role which follow,
lag t. official. estimates California also waa a fairy heavy citrus ewes and the may by the Lima It reached the consumer It was
had a relatively light crop of oraaree or Florida male Department e( Marketingtigered ; beard a vary Interesting talk .. Ibis. iab- ap to about li or II cents apiece. This
...*.*,*t* ....... The .ihlpmeau Florida the eoaaoa average price en eraa Joel IB the euro section af Farmer' Week.H. was la a country weir tIM enrage, ware
grapefruit were 14.171 can sad of .ea at eight section markets .. II'I it Steven pathologist laveatlgatliftttraa -.. la .small and where the perceatage
oranges 11.111 can while. California or- and for grapefruit II IT. The Florida orange : of labor employed la much mallet than
mesa shipments were ".141 car*. crop that messes -wa "...*.*e* boxes dheaaaa. for the United States Dpartmeat la tkla country. There will always. be a
Prices la 111-11 for the entire owes and the grapefruit crop. 1.800.000 boxes or at Agriculture at Ka Orlando strong demand la Baflaad tor oar smaller
taking. the of the eight' loading a total of tl.Me.ai boie fanforala hada trait, bat the demand will bees the
average big. orange crop or ....('..01 boiee.HMpncnla laboratory, made the talk. ai
...tlo. market wore approximately fi of Florida .r...... were ll.lll Dr. A. 8. Rhodes, aaaoclate plant pathologist price I.ar_.
box for grapefruit and 11 box for Mr. Judd does not look for
per per oar and af grapefruit, IT 104 ear*. any great e
.r...... The light crop recalled ta IIICIII tram |eOO,* e. of the Experiment St.U.... laid af Increases la the foreign coniamptloa of
profitable price. Tk season )UM closed showed a crop the treatment for gammoala and peoroew.II Florida araafee oa account of the eempotltloa -
raJIforaU Oep.Affording of 14.*0*.... bases In Florida and >hlpmenu Mated that It la possible and feasible to from Bpala, Italy airily and the
to preoeal prospects the crop of grapefruit were ll.lll care while control thee troiblee lad that save affected Holy Land aa well .. from Booth Africa.
of Florida oranges and grapefruit will be oranges appreilmaled II.to* care, California tr... \
Joel about aa large aa In the 117-11 am.eoa orange shipments te date ai r 11.000 W. L. Tkompeaa aaalalaal entomologist Tba Florida Oran Festival will beheld
bat California baa an eve smaller can heavier than lost year and ertabUaa of the Experiment Station. stationed at ae usual hi Jaaaary aeeerdlnc to aaaaaoaaeemeat
record for While there
crop In .'.." The weather. baa basis aa- I are a no MW official average volame.prices for the seams > Lake Alfred talked. oa the citrus aphid and by John. F. May president
favorable and the condition of lilt crop tt la likely that Florida oranges sold told of the newel. fact which have bees at a "ceat muting of the Winter HavenClumber
baa declined from month to month. A In the eight section markets would show learned about that '._t. of Commerce.
year ago at this lime the condition of both Aft average of II II to .I60 per box for
Navel' and Valencia.. wa. II per cast at a the put season while grapefruit would fall
normal crop wheraa the condition of between II te II II..
Nar.. .--.4h* most competttlva variety-la Aammlaathai hut __'. crop of If., I
BOW oaly II per cent at normal aid Valenrlee II*.M* keaaa was worth till per box It LAWN* IRRIGATION
had a green YOlno"ftre4-ef |.......-
per cent of normal. Tim wouldIndicate .... Assuming that the this will
a crop of approximately' ......,. total l...*....* boxes crop year t t"ARCH'
at aa average of 14 This la the logical time w plan. and Install overhead irrigation for fall prop
H' boaee, ar l.lOt.OOv boxes lose than. laMIMI.
bx It would
per have a Rosa delivered AUTOMATIC real (
system provides cropasureace at surprisingly low
value of .........._with lee expense for .... Decades DmrHptto .a KaqatM.
Porto Rico will be more of a factor lathe freight and packing. Thee figures are
grapefruit market than last aeaaoa bat purely tenutlve of eourae, but they Indicate F. L. KEARNEY CO. P. O. Box: 557 Tampa Florida I
It will scarcely ha la inch shape aa to that a abort crop U likely to exceeda L PI'.....' ENGInES, atlJCtTIllO PLANTS', WATER SVHTEMS t
s equal the ontpet of the. un... aeaaoa. big one la value I* the grower, I

elportab etsurplus of riaoa bate a larger =
Chas af any time IB i
the past three or four years bat the maitre

crop will be marketed before Florida iblp- Brogdex Vnlencias Out-Sell All Others at New York

,Auctions, Season 1928-1929

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The straight that la the above chart represents the average price paid for Broadened *.).....* e* tko new
-all the more reason that you Tact Atlas eaj eao. oalo day from April lot to Jialy lath laclnalv Record Power Broadened trait aa4f>*4

should be sure to specify Gen from Cause C*. b.aa e, Chester C Faucets 6 Co, .a.... Parking. Ce, DaLaad Peaking CH Tampa Peels C*.
wine Peruvian Guano in your ash Mevtae Frail Co. The other Uae represents the average price pad tor ail Other Tataaalaa ea the MM* ,
market (ec the same ported.
fertilizer mixtures. .

This fine' natural organic material .W boxes Brwgdesed frail sold .. . . . 90433 Avge. $4.01

will furnish plant food .. Total boxes all other fruit sold . ... .. . 789,693 Avge. 3JO

for your trees over the winter
months and its high bacterial Difference In favor .f rordea :. .. II. . .. .. ....

content will condition and buildup TheM flrire tell the tory of a market preference storageit not only controls decay and rot but It .

the fertility of the soil. for fruit that keeps. It confirms our claim that also retards shrinkage aging and wilt. The high

Demand the Genuine for no "nor* money for the urn fruit 1* just a question temperature required In processing: will greatly Increase -

substitute can equal the fine of making it look better and keep better." The) Bros-
shrinkage aging and wilt therefore Brogdex
quality plant food in Nature's del growers paid lees than lOe a box and cot 71c
nor Some of them Is doubly important of its .
finest FertJlI shipped through houses that
: r. thing periods
ability tq control these for long of
used very little ta, an additional saving: of 20 to
25 cents per box. time and still bring the fruit out of storage looking -

NITRATE sound plump fresh and alive. The) Brogdex

Th short time allowed to market this season's System b the only treating process which provide

AGENCIES crop will fore a lot of fruit Into cold storage. this feature. All others Increase) shrinkage aging

Brofdex Ie.peciHjr beneficial to fruit in cold and wilt.

140M405 Lynch Building Boost Your Net Profit With Brogdex .

Jacksonville, Florida B. C. Skinner Prts. Florida Brogdcx Distributors, Inc. Dunedin Florida

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B. C. Skinner Explains been before the Department of Agriculture ed, oboe completed ahMld Wave ....- California Grape and
for some time, vn prior I* the vided rapport *f the g**.*r-klppr" Inlereeta -'
formation of the Farm Board, although I of Florida aa "tt to only tkrongkgrowerowned '
Processing Tests on have taken R up also with that body Tb* and controlled co-oprtlv Raisin Growers Receive
11:......,* welcome such, aa InveatlgMlon.and '
California Products believes that It will bring out data marketing organisation that the Florid $9,000,000 from Board
which will farther. show. ike way towarda citrus drop can move to market In a manner
perfected marketing machine-... organisation that will plane the Florida citrus Industry ,
rottdnlaw Practically EliminateWitheriBg. that will make H possible for oa a soul ooonomlo baato." .
warm Board IU4ro>* >
the grower lo got his rightful sham .f tile I
+ Shrinkage ud ftay.C.lIlo..t eensamer'l dollar.Teague. In line with its policy of aiding agriculture -
by developing and etretaltla'uin
ha a i(% .ere* of org Avocados-Pineapples farmr-wned and farmer-controlled marketing
for the lttt-1 ........ s* report M,. B.
C. Skinner of the Florid ntru M sell.la. Confirms It I orl..I..,10... tile Federal Farm

try Company of ...edl.. FlaMr. Avocado. and plaeappk Interests had aaateresUag Board baa agreed t* extend nbatantlal flnanclal .
i Skinner. together with Mr. H. 1.Kousr aeaeloa at the recent Farmera' aid to California organizations engated -
glee manager of Florid Brogde Coaflrnallo of M,. Commander Week at Oalnrfll- In the handling of raisin grapes
:a j Distributor. U.., h*. Just returned from statement to eon4alnd la a paper prepared K. A. Carlton development agent of the and other grape Tb organizations. involved
a trip through the dim sorties* of C.lt-l lforata. Seaboard Air Use railway, spot on theoast are tn* Sun.Maid Raisin drawer of
,.I The parpen .( this trip was tInveetlgat .by a a ",,,. Board member. and *f producing ....,.._ H* cited California eve of the reuntrjr's oldest and
some hl proceed **.prmeals read recently over. the radio, 111I,. Taagti flgare from dale ke had collected ta Dd largest _per.II..*, and the Federal
1 which wr being ran In California said: county and ta the Ridge section, eomparlag Fruit BtabllUallon Corporation a new or.ganliatlon .
ta order to determine what rlpensd frail *ot* of growing avocado. I* the two recently treated for the par
'I) would Ud and to aloe Investigate the Tb Board urged these group that ....... pose of helping to Mabllla the grape In-
Decades process .* ft to applied ta C.II- appeared Weft It to consolidate the two C. A. Steftanl. assistant county agent InDnd dnatry .
Coral ....t,. talked .* varleUea of avo- The Federal Farm Board has under
..,. Skinner report that many Interesting Florid oo-eperaUrs wak large grower- In with the Federal
y _4", H* told of the varieties of avocado taken. co-operation
forts were found, among them that skipper Interests Into on central market which will do well together complementing Intermediate Credit Bank of Berkeley, the
.A fruit beaded to 110. showed no 111 effect lug rgatailoa la a posit lo* to *ier- each other I* pollination H* Security-Ftral National Rank of Lou Angeles -
of the beat even altar .t..dl".1 hour: elM better control of distribution and gave a Ut of varieties which could. lit and the Hank of Italy, the National'
also that trait treated at low humidity" marketing The board far aaaurano planted for a succeeeloa of production thai Trust and Raving Aorltlon. and .the
allowed 'lass withering I then fruit treated At i that If and when. this to don tt will b* would give prodnctloa for It months t* Anglo London ,* Paris National Bank of
wtI (0% and higher humidity and showed disposed' to consider favorably making. eta the year Ran Ftaaclaco. t* farnlnh the San-Maid
DO scalesTb loan o. packing plant that would provide M. U. Mount Palm Bench county agent.dlacuased Raisin Crewmen of California a credit up
great problem confronting this. IT*- for refrigerationfacilities the future of the pineapple laduatry to n maximum of $0.000.000 with whichto
tm I* the proper circulation' of the hen, .money aeoaauary In Florida. II* reviewed. the hilory .*- make advance to farmer on their ute
Inside the coloring' room. It too violent ) and" ales tor aoeeaaary produeton ot pineapple rowing along the Fast ralsrn crop The board and the bank each
circulation .. Induced It (mid* the r..lt. erodiu Coast several years ago when N was furnish halt sum named
It not enough I* produced there I* variation Tentative Vmlmtandlng profitable Industry. However diseases and This r to the freak rape d..'
In the temperature of the fruit which. As a reran of several conference* with Cuban eampvtllloi gradually caused the rivalry baa been given because the Federal
I* equally ** bad, *. far u Uniting a crtiflcat Florida Interest, the paper continued I Industry to stagnate An effort I Is now he- Farm Hoard rerognlie teat the ancree*
I* concerned tentative understanding* were reached :inn mad to bring It back, aad Mr Mount of any effort I* Improve condition In the
This condition I* doing to make a great for merging ef interests with the Flor- .believes. that It bay a good chance to be grape Industry. of California moat b* **.
dual moro .Ut. shrinkage and aging of the da Citrus lEull...*. which would ,be.eontol ,I r-wtbllshd pendent ( It upon ...om..l..teordln..'''''
fruit and that to where Broaden should b. I _____ I between the different element Involved.such .
between e0 and It percent ot
doubly interesting to the packer, because A new citrus plant employing between a* raisin grape had fresh grape
Bromeied} fruit dOM not show any .l- Florid citron crop This would placs'that I 110 and It* person will start eperatlunaCtearwater and (It recognition on the' part of he
f-'ta of this high temperature a* the press ergaaltatlon. tile paper continued where I. with the opening of the grower th-maely.s that they most aubcube -
of the fruit are' sealed. with the parraflnBhrlnkag It would b* able lo go forward until It nil ._a. Plan are being made to pack to an industry program and ". wiling -
rannnt take plac*. control a percentage of crop somewhat and ship citrus fruit, to can grapefruitand to follow the 1..I1II1I1.o.'ht about
Brogdex users are very enthusiastic comparable to the California Pratt Grow to product orange and grapefruit by an agreement on the part of the .various
about results obtained aad feel that this. era Bukn.*. The organization k* add I juice for canning and bottling : organizations Interested
will do much. to hnl, out the -
process 1'1..1 =--= ==-===-- "'
Ida altuatlon The Brogdea process Mr. ,
Skinner explains I* a proem where or-
.ni. are first put through a borax bathto
control decay and then treated with a
mixture of parrafln and bard' wax to seal
the pore of the fruit to atop w1thrra
and ahrlnkag Mr Skinner Melvin that.
It 1* tile only I aat way to put fruit In roldtorag Processing EquipmentONE
*' and claim I* have many lest
and ieljars to prove the worth of the pro-
CAM, a* well a* many satisfied user The
I, Broader In put on a royalty baal and It I. of the two rule governing "processing" consists of the maintenance of a temperature of 110
" claimed that malt show tk* laving ofmany Is vhere this bent be done. The high
inside the fruit for 8 hours. The coloring room Fan

Mr. times Skinner III I coat* working In cooperationwith temperature required and its uniformity throughout the period call for special equipment. Anticipating

the government In making these v*- : this ruling we have been making experiments in California where fresh fruit is available and with

rloiu tola final loot are now being run I the information obtained from experiments made here by government experts we recommend the Installation
at Orlando and sore definite. informationshould with coils laid under the coloring room floor. A general Idea
b* *vallabl*. Until then packers i of a steam heating plant steam
should b* cautious: about contracting for of this equipment is shown herewith.
any of the ao-called ".ppro.*." processing .;
systems until they know pretty definitely
what these various experiments Indicate
a* the beat and most practical way ofproreMlng Coloring Room EquipmentA

fake coloring room floor Is laid with spaces between planks for circulation of heat from below.

" EXCHANGE PLAN WILL Steam coils are placed underneath this fake floor between the joists. These coils are continuous, bent

BE ANNOUNCED SOON at the turns with very few elbows or couplings used being electrically welded whore one pipe joins an
other. A trap Is provided to take careof

condensation and the, return to the

(Continued Front Pas On*.t boiler Is handled by a condensate pump.

policies which, fit la exactly with one *w*. ....... Inside' the coloring room is a temperature

The citrus growers ef Florid bar keen .::.. control. A thermostat opens and closes

saved a good many time from those .belied the magnetic steam valve in the supply
little more to offer than a lot of flowery .
promises Substantial business to line maintaining the predetermined temperature .

built by people wb have their owe money required. The many ventilating
Invented. In that basis** and thin prl. spaces In the floor allow free circulationto
dpi bold good la the growing and sell-
to portion of the A pilot light
lag of fruit Just a* irrevocably. a. In any every room.
other enterprise. Ti* grower at Florida on the outside of tee coloring room goes
must control their own crops In a out on and off as the magnetic valve opens
flelently large volume to enable them. t*
g..+ and closes' Indicating to the foreman that
sell at a profit and It ha* been Ibis problem
of adding to our percentagethat, be* r, he. the equipment is working.Steam .
occupied our chief efforts for the cooperative -
let-up of the Exchange fully conform -
ta the Janet of the. Agricultural
Marketing Act I",U purely and limply. a w
grower laatltatlonfciptolutkin..

There has always. been ; dinger x of *.-
ploltatloa of the farmer on the pert of
aerial agencies whom motives. might b* Cn inMt* * $<._ Trey

open to utloa. la ft one reason for
the existence of the protest Federal Farm
Beard may be traced to aa actual exploitation Boiler and Oil BurnerA
of the man who Mil the lOlL
Only recently John Napier Dyer need of
the National Horticultural Council mad standard sectional team boiler large enough to carry" the
this significant statement I* the A.. load with proper reserve will be t.......,... In addition to the
elated Press"Only regular equipment! that oome with the boiler we add a *nidenat a.
and pump to put back Into the boiler the condensation tbatnoeumulate
n grwer-roed a growercontrolled
In the steam trap at the end of the line. We weaa
orgaalintloa should b* permitted
approved ell burner, provide storefor ell and equip burner
undertake tile marketing of our 1
u with automatic eontrola.. The whole plant I* automatic and require ,
fruits and vegetable and very grower very little attention.W .
4 should resist. with all his power the usurpation
of the facllltto offered br the newooeperatlT are wen equipped lo handle the whole Installation for
marketing law by those who you. We entry boilers and oil burner In -.. Our plant to
would exploit the ladistrr for personal fitted with complete welding end .bonding equipment for making L
team 011 of different kind* end shaper Our men are oom-
gala With the approval form .( prgaalaaUoa. potent to Install the complete plant quickly and *nts>fsxerllr.

tile Florida" Citrus. Rirhaag U new W* will k* very glad t* give yen estimates ef the COM .( a
concentration upon a sufficiently large complete runt or any portion thereof. Oft n Skinner prep..sal ._
volume of citrus fruit to unable. It to meet before yep plao your order elaewhera.FLORIDA .
the demands laid down by the Farm Board,
had we eel that inch predicate ha bee
trade along these line that a formal >
noauoement to 'Just around the _a.,." CITRUS MACHINERY CO.
Farm Board Aid.I .
am firmly of the belief that the Farm
Board can greatly aid la perfecting this B. C. SKINNER President DUNEDIN FLORIDAj
program. It to empowered to survey the .
ladasur and to investigate U fully under
tb* terns *f the act and I am heartily lafavor
ot lack a ..ne,. nil matter II..


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:1 Northern Truck Crops Influence Planting Here I IIt

t' NEW YORK STATE I PLANTING BEANS MANATEE COUNTY example Its member, the" association 1111.400 loaned for crop last yearto pro- ,

It dnctloa. This large more wa obtained
from three sources, via: Federal later
WILL BE FACTOR GROWERS ANNUAL medial Credit Bank, Columbia 8. O.. f<*..
.0....; Federated Grower Credit Co,.
poration New York City f''.1O'.0.; and
i | UNTIL JANUARY MEETING IS HELD the aaaoclatkm'a treasury, which advancedfor
fertiliser, spray material and seed
U......... AH of this money wan need
: by the member la the production of last
! t Has Big Acreage Increase Association Shipped Total ...lOa'. crop.

! { With Good Prospect of of 1,262 Carloads, Worth bought Beside and the handled** loan for, the the member association at .

,' I Heavier Tonnage. More Than :Million.By actual terials.coat This over eo-operatlv f.21.......baying worth of resulted ma

+ la (real saving to the member The
; By COL. l. BROW! W. R M"IIIf. rollo..laltt.m.. are covered by ibis fund
The acrean and of truck crop s Concluding the eleven year of Its Crate and hamper. |>..20I.n; spray
:t In New York Hat tan::4 considerable Influence activities the Manatee County Grower. material, $7,111(1; seeds, 'lll.llt.71
: oa the late fall and early winter Association held its sauna) stockholders seed bed cover, ....n.n: bleaching paper .
. deal a Florida because. many ot tile crop meeting at the eom,..,'. Bradenton packIng 11,7(110; wrapping paper, Mi.
such a* celery and cabbage are competitive ; house recently. About 110 member 411.17; field boxes. 11,500.00; and. fertiliser
: and partly because New. York la the and Invited guests were present and a .7..17.
] third largest shipping stale la the country moet satisfying luncheon wa. served ..t.ooa. The report also shows that 'th association
. being surpassed only by California and hipped 1,1(1 carload of vegetables
1 Florida. The annual report of Secretary H. T. last season. Of thin, celery was
< This season New. York has much larger Bennett and the election of the board of the largest Item with 711 car*. Tomatoes
t acreage and far better prospect for a director were the outstanding featuresof came second with 1(1 car*.
i big yield IDol will be a factor of consld- the meeting. The following were elected The summary 'on sales shows the groan
i arable Importance la eastern market until Centaur tractor planting bnuw on director for the ensuing year: E. L. vain of all tale to be $11,031.1(0 with.
about January 1. Track and field Kramer bland. In LAke Okemhobeo, Vanderlpe. 8. W. Strickland. J. B. Annul a act return to the member. $620.056.04.
} crop a* a whole look very food la NeowYork with two-cow pl..'..... The 4>nUnr I* rong. H. O. Gellmaa, E. B. C. Nlcholi. Tile BsaoclattoB bas 1(1 stockholder
J this aeaaoa. distributed la HurM* by the lreos>. R. H Turner, H. T. Boeder B. W. Vaughn, who own the ..... share of capital stock
The cabbage crop I* larger In acreage Bailey Company of Orlando.. Mr. 61... W. M. Barnett W. B. Welnen. .il*. .C. D. outstanding with a par vain of 110."
I and better In condition. than last season. son says that there are many evidence Dalrymple. M. B. Wyatt. F, J. Benson F. per bare.
While last season wan abnormally light of renewed aclltlty In all 81'<'110..* of theNate. E. Sharp and C. F. Farvln. Of the stockholders, 171 are actively
I and only 1,100 car were shipped the crop Many inquiries regarding farm. After the stockholder meeting adojnrnd engaged la agricultural pursuit la Manatee
/ two years ago amounted to 14,001 e.re.. Ins opportunities ere coming to Item the director met and elected E. L. county. Beside these member. 171
/ This season' crop I* midway between from all part of the northern Mate. Vanclerlp president; 8. W. Strickland Vic certlflcat holder Bud the service ot the
I those two and will total around 11(00 to president II. T. Bennett ecretarytreaurer association during the season.
I 11,000 car based on current crop condllions. and A. H. English general managerla ,
It weather remain highly favor- Vegetable Growers his annual report Secretary Bennett Soybean are being grown la St. John
4 able for the balance of tile Mason It may bowed the vast volume of business transacted county oa a large scale for the first lima
1 easily rID to 11.000 car. New York Compete With SelvesA by the association through the various I this year, and are making a good crop of
i cabbage It already moving to niariet andwill channel la which It fancHona. For hay report J:. H. Vance county agent.
i rrntlnu from now until February
i "with the heaviest shipment f-om October .* share of the competition that
to Dwember. Florida track grower. hive Is with other
I l section of the slat. according to find- The ._u Farm weds Irks* H. uses Q-
11}! or e,4: much tt.t lags ot a survey conducted by the Florid CENTAUR /. Florida for
tee than last year. Shipment should .b* Experiment Station. la order to place b*. VIL'TRACTOR TRUCK GROWING
"- from 10 to II per coat heavier than laat I fore the truck farmer of the slat the clad GROVE WORK
year which mean a heavy movement ot fact concerning the competition they
Florida celery aaltl the first or second must meet every year, the study was begun GENERAL FARMING
week la January. Unless unfavorable a few Thonth ago, and I* still la the It plows. mown dloeo. .lIItI..I. Doom all the
t weather kurt the crop the quality should preliminary slates, according to MarvinA. work of a good big t..... The tractor with
h ever last Brooker assistant agricultural economic. power .eouak to do the heavy work and yet
a big Improvement year. ....enough for between row truck eultura-
Tb. onion crop which wa a partial failure f clan. For work I* muck, ease *r clay soils.Wrlfe .
last year la a bumper OB* ibis season. The truck crop. program at the Farmer r few catalog D
The acreage I* much larger and the crop *' Week sessions .was opened with a talk GLEASON-BAILEY COMPANY
la ...'lnIUllllant growth. Instead of I.- by M. R. Ensign on different kind of .-..
000 car for shipment till will be 1.000 mulch. la use for track crop T. A. P. Bell Iiae- But* DIMrlkatmO. SOON CkarrBonLaNDO .1.
car this season.Potatoes Oro.... county asset of Voluala county. rix>miuATomatoes
have mad excellent growth lathe gave a talk OB the economic Importanceof
upstate sections and a good yield li bulbous plant, and was followed by
o promised Long Island' potatoes were laI. R. A. Carlton representative of lb* Bea-
for ward railway. who spoke oa the produe-
ll ietatef urea wholeilll slight leu loa ot bunch vegetable and carlot shipmenta. .

: than a year ago. H. A. Mark, federal crop reporter
I This season a largo amount of certified stationed at Orlando, give a discnssaloa.
r. seed M being grown on mucklanfls of some of the problem that have to b*
In Western New York lid It I* making dealt with In forecasting truck crop acre
excellent growth. la some sections the age. Factors which enter the cue Include
,I yield I* expected to run 100 bushel per vilum of stored products, price the preceding
acre or mor*. Growing certified seed onuuckland year, and weather condition
o' I* a relatively now procedure Following. N,. Mark talk Mr. Brooker
and I* meeting with considerable ......*. gave the results t* date In the study ot
Carrots are a much batter crop than Florida truck crop competition. A* BOOB
( usual and the movement may b* doable a* this study I* completed It will b* pub-
that of last year. Th crop to 1II.lIlalloo4 limbed and mad available for the farmer
growth. and shipment has begun already. ot the state.
With a considerable acreage likely la California
ibis "vegetable will probably b* shipped
la greater quantities than ever .before
New York' shipping season ha already
hegna and will. last until next spring.
The tomato crop which goes largely to
.semen has made splendid growth. and KILGOREFlorida's
the yield will. b* heavy. However, till tomato
crop end when frosts .begin so tt 14ht
__ aol compete with Flortda'oaeept Indirectly

a* a canned product. DependableSEEDSMEN all fertlllaed alike with nltroB-ea pbeapheru and potaaslueommerelal ..
Fruit of all kinds are a short crop InNow
fertilizer .
except plants at right which received la addition
York this /*** a. Apple are the
a snail amount of Manganese .>fat..
lightest la several year and well below
the give year ....ral.. Since apple ar*
eaerally lighter than last year la most Your order for September

commercial sections they will compel should include: For Increased ...
much Ice with atria trait this coming Crop-Yields* Use

Cabbage I

Growers to Celery Manganese Sulfate'Increased

Establish Auction MartBy Cucumbers

W. K. MANN. Onions yields, earlier maturity, and fruit of superior quality
Manatee county strawberry rawer* ar* and flavor obtained with the
Okra ,. application of Manganese Sulfate.
nil tk* plant
Leo* R. Miller fp a mosd.h La., la **- Also assists in the correction of Chlorosis ("yellows") of tomatoes,

Ubllshbranch .( bid business la Florida Irish Potatoes. spinach, cucumbers, and other plants.
t* handle the Immense crop of berries that
Move to aortksra market very year. Squashes Tests on crops: including tomatoes peas, peppers carrots, beets,

I Mr. Miller b the head at the Miller Awttoa Tomatoes strawberries potatoes turnips, and other vegetables, showed Increased -
: oompaay which handles over 40 percent yields of from20 to 200".
of the Loaalaaa crop that totaledtear Turnips
, ? ....* carload last eeaeoa. H* Can be used mixed with your regular fertilizer or as a side dressIng -

, 1 spout*, latsrvtewrat the greater part the harry*( August grower la Florid aid. Kilgore Seeds Mean J to the young plants. When mixed with regular nitrogen, phosphorus

skippers t* ascertain their attltad toward and potassium commercial fertilizer it replaces manure.

big plan of brUglng bid organization CROP INSURANCE Ask your dealer for copies of reports by Government and State
hare Bait season Bad establishing a
t Agronomists on the use and application of Manganese Sulfate to
sank .. .. h. market at aom eonvenleBllac Delivery acme day order I* cad 6*l
>> la the berry Urrltory. plants. If he cannot supply you, write to us direct giving us his
Mr. Mules. says that h* *aa ao* woaderfal KILGORE SEED CO. name.
poeslblllUe for Back a market b*
Hosts 9/ On Brtd-Ritt s...,.
aua* Florida heerta some In nearly four Gee Copies ./ these Reports Today .
.oath* ahead at all ether berry sections PLANT CITY.'J'LORJDA
et the Maair. beads bar* M competition
until the ........* crop begin about sAScnterBoom" .
blank II. With m'derv market moth arom one"". CARUS CHEMICAL CO., INC. J/a.f>J'IU
two of Bhlpplac and lUag. h* believe cart Few a Vero son"p.rsy Sulfate
Dept 10 LaSalle IH.
that the return U Florid growers *a* wen ahem ,
%* rreaJly ....... and the ....ID' .*.-
rttory iKaorvely .W.....

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Florida Grapes Brought u4 w* shipped crapee te Philadelphiathis where ear product* had lever Men introduced Cotton-Tobacco
season watch sold well, ear sale be- before Instead of shipping ear
lag made entirely through private hand. grape to the. market where w* have been
Good Returns and Were there being nothing of oar pat en the marketing for the past four or five year,
beetles at this We Betted 11.11 sad the Introduction of a new product late Several latertetlef talk wore gives at
Well Received in North FOB the tc for all the grapes .' a market to always hard, and all sellersof the Farmers Week _loa at Calaesvlll
we shipped te Philadelphia which would perishable products la the markets tell Tk chief
OB cotton and iibjecta.
be eeaal to IIII at Philadelphia and this a* that It I* Impossible to make ouch latroditttoa -
'Farmer" Traakett Says eeL Brown'i average I* higher theta the highest pries without; *... low mill the speaker were B. 0. Wostbrook of the
;, Article Car Unfair Idea. gives IB your article which sold for ....tfI.r. trade begins to get acquainted with. the Georgia Slat College ef AgrlcttUre. Dr.
*. ankle Bat w* feel that under thlahaadkan W. A. Carver, Dr. W. a Tladalo, and Paul
Tour correspondent mays that at Boston which was Imposed. by the frill Calhoun' of the Es..rl..... Station and J.
Editorial Notes In our August lame a car arriving lest after the dell brought fly quarantine w* have made very rapid Lao wealth of the Agricultural Extension:
Colored Brown told .( the first .hl... II" to ...,. a crate, while ear grape stride Ibis year IB oar marketing, and Division
., tents IB volume of Florida crape. HI la Boston averaged no 11.11 1-1 B crate w* think the pablM ahenld knew that Mr. Smith. explained the results of alt
kafurwiatloe WM based en auction sake FOB the platform at Moatverd after grape were Bold very well where the yean ee-eo-operntiv tests conducted ky
at New Tort Boston and Baltimore taking ont freight, king and commission grape were good and the package properly county agent la west Florida to determinethe
Colonel BTOWB had no record of private chargesand this you mast remember, I* ,.t., and attractive. Also, the best varieties cultural method. fare
sake, which, according to Mr. TraakMt, the average sad not the highest price, and statement that the. grape were apparently tllltatloB and boll weevil ooutroL These
made an steeliest Isaprenslea and ls considerably above the tiger tarnished not liked very well because the later one test show plainly that It to necessary to
brought much better prlre than those yo*. did not sell very well, doe not bring est use commercial fertiliser on most Florida
. Indicated by one New York market eor Baltimore I* a sotortoasly low marketfor all the fact, for w* .have sports from soil la order to produce cotton st a profit.
:.. respondent. There were Malay crrrwastancee grape or produce of any kind and I* very market to which w* shipped grape, ----
te eoMortloB with the sale ofllorliU only lied as a dumping around when not only from the. eommlaeloa mea bit
The CrowsoB Dairy Fruit aid PoultryFarm
grapes this eftneon that militatedacxIaiM s-pplles get too heavy. We expect the from the retailer and the people who
Holt has raised lee
,. a fair showing for UK prodisrt, grape that go there lo be sold for wise co.....* them, and the grape were received near
for the holiday market.
but w* ran say thai a* far a* Colonel purpose entirely, sad we tigers that ..,- very well, aid were liked by all the
Bro..'* Information went, his iteteWBI thing shipped there will bring approilnttely trade, and the people who received. oar
were Correct. awl there was welarllnalkm 'I." to |..*. a erst. grapes this year are very anxious to get
OB his part, or .. the partof W* have stayed oat of the New York them another year. Beans. Peas, Onion ...
Farm and Grove, te market, because have felt that It
Florida painful we was W* trial you will make some correction
.a unfair ......_ lie simply dM not lot wise to try to Introduce a new product In your publication, for sine It has a wide Set, Cabbage,
give a .,....p'01" of the nation Into such a large market until heavier circulation and I* read by a good many
y. horaaao UM fact were sot available to supplies could be furnished as anyone win people la Florida and we are quite lire Turnip, Oats Rye
W are glad Indeed that the la marketing knows that U I* Impossible
him. very you do not want to create a wrong Impression.
.,... All
results obtained by Mr. Tmkett were to market a product In a city the size of The law price which were receivedby able V.r Yield dlaie and Vegetable shipment.Seed*:lesson.Writ,
. ;, satisfactory, Until wo are clad to r..- New York until steady supplies eon be the Exchange: should not be charged to (or Prima !.1.! '. Write to ue today for
Huh .Ia letter herewith. The grape Indimlrjr furnished to that market every day so Florida nor to grape nor to the !Kchang. special Mk-es en your :-lIr quir..enta .*
of Florida had B trro radon4 fatire. that the trade can expect the supplies bat limply to the fart that they were entirely ,. Our tompUte ": enableo
It I* bound to become one of oar and begin to call for them regalarly. W.tblD new to the marketing business, this and(o quality supply. yon le advantage la prim

trading; agricultural pursuits and H to kit... a mistake for anyone to try being their first season, and they could K. A. MARTIN SEED CO.
of Florida Farm and lo send to that market this ,
., the initiation grape year not hope to get the better price that older .
trove to do everything; In Ma power to and certainly a mistake to end the few organizations like ourselves could get; Jt-walew1s- ll rant I.K.Nor riOHIDAKMbl *>
promote He ....If...*. grapes that were sent there, mud we believe bat w* feel that any prospective grape I.ri 4 UTSOro
It Is unfair to the gripe Industry to grower la Florida should not be die-
By K. B. THUSKKTr. publish such returns a* were received at eoirsged through seeing only the result .
.:, t New York* standard retvrai for
!. the August Farm and Grove section grape obtained by a new battled oraanliatlon. AVOCADO 'r enormeus4lTl4
you bare an article OB Florida I grapes,. shipped from Florida. and not seeing the results obtained by an < nd 160% er
: Col. U Brown. Florida Grapes Well Rerrlvrd. older rganlsatloa, even though our returns more, target plantlna1 la the world- om.
M'a written by
manes b ftrln$ Ihle yar. Chanee en amend
We believe that grape ought to hv We were handicapped. greatly la oar thin year are ant IP to our sipoctatk floor IS |e |j... .A.y terms Pilot Boonrlthk
'I. : publicity whether they do well or badly J ,, marketing this year became It was necessary >"., fine to our having to ship to new :
became there are so many people Intereeted for as to go Into three new market market ,,_.. Park Grove. rr.B. wlMii fwrMa
la the tract business, and these po =-=- '= -=-- -- -- --

pie will want to know the return that
are received; bit we also believe that II
li Unfair to the rape Industry to publish
the poor report add not the good OD...,.
and this I* what wu doa la the present
Instance, for yon have published the sales '
which were mad by tko Grape Eichanirs
and have left oat the sales mid hy the In just ONE
heavy shippers, which I* ourselves; and yearBradley's
since oar males are so much better thai
the ones you have pabllshed. It has led
aa unfair Impression In the mind of the
reader. .
for Instant, In Colonel Brown' ankle
there Is no mention made of Philadelphia; brings a c R:

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worn-out to



a healthy condition ,


Use Dependable Seed ,vrnEN, in M'."*" a fertilizer brings a grove
W full of dead wood, with folisg* stunted and

Stocks yellow-HO a thrifty, healthy condition, the facts Lift
Pee ..... warrant the attention of every grower. In accordance '

Marf-Iobe Tomato . .$ 8.00 with the "AA QUALITY" policy of
21.00 advertising ia terms of results, not claims, we ".g
Snowball Cauliflower .
present the facts as furnished by the grower himself
Calabria Broccoli . 15.00 Mr. A. N. Bruoson, of Kissimmee 4

Wakefield Cabbage 3.00 4
January a year ago my tree were full of deadwood
Golden Plume Celery 20.00 and the foliage was stunted and yellow.'
the grove in places looked like it was deadand
IHghbush Eggplant . 6.00 il was ia the worse possible condition

Greenpack Cucumber 1.25 -| mode an application of your Bradley'* -41
Fertiliser ia the Spring of 1 2S and after the
DellirerylHavo tree on new life and A Jt IIUNSON e/ '" w
Order Now-Prompt f rat application my put iAri.wJ
Ton Om latest Price UM? made a wonderful recovery. I have need other =-te:* % "as i
make of fertilizers. bat I must say I ha.esever
seen citrus owes respond to fertiliser M
m'DSc.sIa<[. AVx.SJIl1A71'lut they did alter I used Bradley'*. ones had died; this must have been in the
"After the second application of you fen J- fertilizer as It was all the same piece of land
lAN'fOUD, ILONDAENTAU last trees were in a thrifty healthy condition and was cultivated the same, so 1 do no* see
.f. my "
bow h could have been anything .
and I want yoe 10 know that I am
t delighted with B..I.,'*" U, .U,. ILL COLLUM

January 15. 1929. A. N. BRUNSON .
Letters such a* these hundreds of them, prove :

R These facts are timely, now that the tree are that Bradley'* are by all odd the "cheapest
@ beginning to show the need of more plant food. fertilizers. The price isn't occcstartly the lowest

You need quality fertilizer to help the trees but bigger yield of better quality crop snake

> develop fine, heavy, smooth-textured fruit, but at every dollar invested in pay a bigger

the same time feed them ia a way that they will profit. Write for free copies of new crop booklet
be in a thoroughly dormant state before the
winter. Bradley' Fertilizers are specially comr'ffl 'gr mar assns..!::::"' e.ar.d:-.t:assts

pounded to produce '.... the right balance of 1w.J- -__- akaplant
food materials for Fall application.

Bigger, Better Truck Crops BRADLEY'S

If you grow track crops there is a grade and

analysis of Bradley's Fertilizer made to meet your .

71..r.lI sliBj Mc-capadry tractor exact requirement*. Track growers too, report
that ha*cande tood on lare and eaaallhraas outstanding profit result Take melon for FERTILIZERSX
,ba Brcnard Mevarda,troves,
en > instance Read what Mr. R. L Collum, of

Bee hoary Oxford, Sumter Co. ssyttThis
t awtweenj sew oui iivalen. year I pUmed M acre of meloac and ("AA QUALITY")
Operating coat very low. weed Bradley rettuinat ('AA QUALITY') .
tttiarsip for fm*"who long with famine bought from two of your
IIMtII/-.J..I h
compemon. Where 1 used Bradley's I tae
Centaur Tractor Corp.so sasdons and the nteloa were muck larger. The American Agricultural Chemical Company
hid.asset GailN1rnal1 Osuog1.r "Year fertiliser nude nay views bold >p
after time ashes Plane Jacksonville Sake OAket Lakeland.1
ssad awCla.ar C1isdy, much loafer and day green




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I Shall It Be Jerseys, Ayrshires, Holsteins or Guernseys ? I

r arc capable of eengeaJag a very large association was followed by a talk by Hon
Best Points of Leading Dairy Officers Elected
quantity of roughage or coarse feed and Nathan Maya commissioner o( agrlcnl
a lure, tied a report of the finding of the
for that reason well adapted to condition
Breeds DiscussedBy .
Dairy dairy firm surrey by Dr. (X T. Noble and
where feed to plentlfnL They are very i P. Love 6f Tsllahaaeee. was sleeted Bruce McKinley of the agricultural economic
Professor Tolstrup heavy milk ,.odue.n-I tat the milk ta, president of the State Dairymen assoclatloa department ot the Experiment
i generally speaking, lower la batter fathan at Its meeting held la dons.etloa with Statloa.
ii Farmers' week. H* ivceeed 8. Bea Skinner
to that from ot the other breed*.
i Expert Gives Florida Producer a! any of Jacksonville. Other officer elected The Tampa Union Terminal has became
t Few Pointers eft Breed Types.KdMnrlal t.4 per Mat will probably cone pretty; were John Pflel ot Lowell vlee-preel- affiliated with the Florida Citrus Growers'Clearing
close' to aa average for the breed although dent, Ralph Scott T.U.h.Iected House Assoclatloa.
It may rang from anywhere between I t. secretary, and Oscar Thomas, OalaeiTlll,
{ Notes Professor Tolstrup.who 4 per cent or TI better. The Holstein treasurer.
breed hold the record for milk production -
It was stated that II emulation were
bM recently Joined. Foremost Dairy and to Mpeclally desirable where mill
represented I. the attendance at the dairy COOPER'SGuaranteed
Products, Inc., ta charge of production, to needed ta large ,...Utlee. Borne people program and the state meeting. Dairymenfrom
1* aa oautsatllng dairy. ....ca..n.,. H. have called tile Holstein cow the "Chl._ a* far west as Defnalak Springs! and ProductsCATTLE
was bon U ........t. Ute> "big little Cow" and the "Condenaed Milk Cow as far with as Tort Myers and Miami.
t dairy country," was Conrail OB a dairy partly because In time past It wall considered were present. Daril county had tax : IMF-"T King of MpVHog
y farm null rrrrired his primary ettoca* that a milk of that rlchnew well large delegation ot member of the .. a Poultry Dip
A flow In that country. Homing to the more desirable for the purpose of matins oclattoa.Th .
felted Stairs U .,",If. he worked oa a cheee and else condensed milk. The tint speaker oa tile dairy programThursday Liquor Craenlto Omponstei. V&.F
/ dairy farm In Iowa for two few, then are rather docile of "po.tUOn--llot easily morning was W. B. Stoke. 'Raponlflrd Oveol SoIaUoaDUlnfertaata
look a four. year dairy course M town excited and a* stated are well adapted agronomist .f the Experiment Btatloa. He
//1 Hint mill. ..... receiving II. iii. and M. 8. where there to plenty ot coarse fed and talked oa pasture crop for dairy cattle, I (All Kinds>)>
degrees from those .n....'.'..... AfterKrailMllng. a large supply ot milk needed. and recommended a mixture ot greases '01'I I Insectlrldr*-Dairy Spray
he taught dairying for rightJenre I The Ayrnhlr. permanent ,ut..... and a number ot forage I Weed a Tree Killer .
-.one year at Month Dakota ....1. The Ayrahlr cattle are the next largest and silage crops to furnish feed. L.
two years at nnniMMi College In breed of dairy cattle and la a way are avery A. Higgins, extension dairyman of Mis.stssippl ; Special Quantity Prices to Federal,
Mitulh Carolina and the remainder lit refined and beautiful*animal-th. traced the development of dairyIng State County and City Governments.
Iowa Wale college, having at all of themeInstitutions color being red and white either of which I. the south. H. showed bow the
full Charge of the .....aa. nay predominate, "bat.ihonld not be wild dairy Industry had greatly developed line Write For Prices. Booklets, Kie.WM.D.LaMOTTE .
lecturing work. In lltia ho was engagnla They get their claim a* being the moat th* war. W. C. Laulter, editor of The
field agent I I. marketing with the beautiful ,dairy cow partly due to their Progressive Farmer, Birmingham took
Visited m.te. Rureaii of Mark*tug. color and to the fart that their rather "Th. Oleanera" a* .... subject. He took & COMPANY
having New Kngbimt and New York I.llyM large horn are placed In such a manner the point of view that the dairy cow provided
his territory. Ho continued In thatwork bat It gives them a majestic and imposing a way to market crop H* etnphaalied 90* Franklin street Iliofie glad
for four years, and elute ha been appearance. They are not a. heavy milk the Importance of growing feed*. T......, r..........
engaged In rommmUl dairy Work. In producer a* arc the Holmein but the fat The meeting et the State Dairymen'
the arretnn.n>lng article ho d..*le with contents la the milk; to blfboraveraiIng -- -
one of the. most Interesting of all dairy somewhere close to 4 percent It I* also
...hire-In--(he trading breed of ilnlryrattle. lalmed by the breeder that the Ayhlre -
Our reader will find much of milk I* the most perfect for consumptive
value In life observations.ny purpose*-the fat globule being rather
mall and well distributed They are aim
d Ask
M<*.K4 R. Toumtt quite hearty animal*--abl* to withstand
Pnxluillnn IN-iuu-lmmt. Foremost Dairy old weather and expoeurea. They arc not
Products, Inc. quite a* docile! a* are the Holatlne nor do
Naturally, with Increased Interest In hey consume quit a* large amount offeed .
dairying In Florida, there comet a desireto although In a general way they are D
learn something about the cattle which well adaptable to condition bent lulled
for the Holsteins, and like the Holsteins.
are bent lulled to product
have not .o far been very predominate In
the milk In an economical the southern part of the country KING OF MOTOR FUEL

| and profitable way In The Guernsey*.
r this section For this: reason The Quernaeyi come next to the Ayr-
a brief dlarrlptloa' ot hire la Ue and'production. The color to
j the leading breed face and white with the faun very largely -
fcdll.f: :
rattle may not b* pfedomlnatlng They are gentle In na- .
; amiss' It bai been said lure and adapt themselves very rapidly
that there I* BO such to change In condition Th. milk flow
thing as "beat breed of Ia I perhaps not quit a* large a* that of the
dairy *attJe.H This U undoubtedly Ayrehlre, bat there>l* not a great deal *<
true because irrerence. The milk I* rich-th* better t
white ... breed nay be at being somewhere around 4 1-1 or (
M K. ToNtrnp extremely lilted and per cent. The. fat globule are large and
profitable to one man, as entirety different he color of the milk to frequently more
breed might answer the lame purpose yellow than that of the Holsteins sad Arrihlre .
for one of bla neighbor The ..lathing *. Th Guernsey breeder like .to for
la to get a breed which to beet Hit- ease their contemporaries by laying that
.d to the particular pnrpeee for which It the Holstein breeder want a "lot" ol
i U Intended and also a breed which that milk and the Jersey breeder "good" milk.
particular owner iiderstaada beet and U but that the Guernsey breeder breedaeraseyi
able to utlllie the beat advaatage. Tbd because they want a "lot" ol
saying, "What U Life U one may be Death good" milk. This. breed to Raining con-
to Another" holds true to too selection and 1li4..bl. prominence *n the southern
handling of a dairy herd aa well. tat** -Bot being a* ragged a* either the ..F1ashingACCELERATION
The Baby Bread Holstein. or the Ajrehlre they eeem to favor -
i In this dlscusaloa. we win confine oaraelves a little mere moderate climate, and
, to the tour leading breed, ....- Ming email do sot require quit a* Urge
art Holitelna, Ayrshire, .er.."'., and amount of .came feed, but respond well
ler.e,.. In general way. It may be said te better ...... !
that aa far ai the Milk production at concerned .The Jersey
these breed rank kt the order The Jersey cattle are the smallest of the
gives aboT When It come to tat contents four breed* and are of a more nervous and
In the milk tloa.na.. I* reversed.la atelllgeit dtopnitlaa. Th color masse
regard to hearUneai aad ability to withstand from alert mouse gray to a brownish adyantage.-7
cold and exposira, they probably laa. Ther are probably the lowest la 7 great great perform
lank very much n the order a* given milk trodaoUoa of any of the breeds al- mane treats. Flashing acceleration
above and reversibly when we oieatloa though they have some very high record
{ability to adapt themselves to hot wealbfcr --bat to make ap for this the fat contentaf is one of them. Better mileage is a seconds
condition It should be distinctly understood the milk to higher tbaa that ot any of
j however that with regard to the other, ranging somewhere areemd ferceat. More Power ia a third. Clean Darning b

!ability to withstand weather. ndnioni oftea going considerably higher fourth. Lees Carbon ia fifth. AntiKnock
the statement hi general because we are Tb. milk bas a rich color and to mack desired a a -

Nary well aware of the rut that there ere by people who are catering to a ia a sixth. And Complete Safety b
herd of each particular bread which deexceedingly trade which desire* a high fat content .
well mader almost any ...- Thor are not rifled bat at the same tale the seventh. Try Woco-Pept You have a
aelvabl weather eoadRloaa which Mightbe kr. quite hearty animals and are .os-
mentioned. It bas been the writer' stilly at the present time the most predominate motor performance treat coming. Hundreds
pleasure and privilege to observe this ta a breed m the !southern states-
of thousands of Dixie motorists
great many Instances hi different part of seemingly being adaptable to moderato
the country, and there ill .. doubt to my and warm weather. Being a email aalmal use Woco-Pep excIuslTcl PERFORMANCE .
naiad that In time t. coma aid with they de Dot retire a great deal ot eearseeed
gradual move front ems etlmit to another bat respond well to good care aadeedlig. is the reason!
any bread tan be almost equally veil .
adapted to any climatic eoadlUen. It might lot be oat of place to aaeatloa ..
But no matter. what breed to and K to that leemlBgly tan Stooges of the Omraey : Beneath rwek
always well to bear IB mind that U changing or Jersey* with the Dative cattle daxtiwmely Tmlagrs..f ,,_p.*> te
or moving a breed from OB* climatic well la part ot this elate. This *e *.,..>.. ...*,....1.
comteUea to another, the more gradual UI la especially tm where dairying to new I grid odl lest eteail wa ....* .
oaa be carried OB the hotter the raalu.IB and where the dairy mea are lot able to ealreaa metes bess. Times why
other word. If dairy MUle are brought provide the beet of feed condition sad i ks Pod f er a ta.-M mass d
Into Florida from Wisconsin or any other. care: and also where education aid ea- SAr bskrimM.si Meatusesall.
point further north the change la climatic Variance along dairying line has net boom Add* FnTVee :/M*
condition to considerable and It ha keen developed sufficiently to understand how -
)my obaerTatloa that "b_.., inch a more to handle high breed dairy cattle t* the'
.a undertaken ft should be due hi the best advaatag BsedWe wdtFIJI. f'OYK&o'
early fall eo that the animal get a little la eoaclneloa It to well to have la Pant ........ (fur IBM.
i chance to more fully adapt Itself to the mind that most say breed wilt lie suitable who prefer a eereleth* ginlssi)
change IB condition and further itlll It 'or moat any coaditlon provided the tisrH+ y.m ee..A *sr. w@ far
ha keen noticed that dairy eatUe eamiiiIB Iraultloaal period to sufficient to get the "ynnewas mom=" The, -
from the Carollia Alabama andGeorgia animals acclimated and adapted to the sow ..... ...... ... ..... .--
{ for sample. do net seem to appreciably condition ptr...... week cjaasm-y *..>n.TH .
Buffer from a transfer late florid .
i M much tie d. these from petals far-
their north. MANATEE COUNTY MAY nAVE :* SEABOARD OH 00. MelrliaHere ftr
Holstein cattle are by far the large TIlE PURG OIL CO.
e< the dairy breed. Tile color to black
and white Bid either color may predominate By W. IL MANX.Proapeeto .
hat should never b* They arc for a creamery of sufficient 9441
very ragged sad hearty and generally eon- capacity to beadle Manatee ... ..t,'. milk
per .. to b* able to wlthmnd cold weathev production are considered very satisfactoryy .
and exposure better than &ny other of th* those who ar* directly Interested la the
dtlr hroada, pelaf g large animal they airy Udastry *( that CIOS t.t.


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: Selling Eggs Direct to Retailers Lowers Prices

Industry until tile entire state el Florida POULTRY SUBJECTS GET I arable time. K. 8. taehtcotle, agricultural
, Foodstuff Producers I* organized' for eo-eperathre marketln( aid development: agent of the seaboard Ahr
1. alP IB a wholesale way. When we do this AIRING AT GAINESVILLEWith
" we shall bale the Jobbers, Line railway, discussed marketing poultryIn
asking usWhat
Proved That Plan to .. .
d price are yon asking for '"." Instead ef .Iot&. F. w. Rleher recentlyap
.. :, out offering eggs en a market already es brooding nutrition above aadmarketlag pointed to the state marketing bureau,
Be Economic Fallacy talked 01 problems ta marketing eggs.
tablished by jobber uotatloas. But w* u important topics under discussion
shan not have a vole In establishing these
pouUrrmea attending Farmers' Barren Ck Collie and the Dahlbarg Ism
quotation tutu
w* are strongly
,le'a Statewide Cooperative tojfcal With In a small way the Central Florida Poultry Week received many valuable suggestions forests have joined force and will plant
I' Wholesalers Is Only Solution. Association establishes Its own market and Ideas en the conduct of their ,..Ia_ vast tracts to sugar Bane near Immokalee
price In that It quotes price Instead of Dr. O. B. Kant ol the research depart, Immediate plaaw depend en the outcomeof
asking "what price wUI pay" While not of Quaker Data company, discussed the sugar tariff hut It to expected that
4 By JUUA LANGNKB. It Is efficient as a regional organlwtlen battery brooding. He outlined ,IU adventMM. upwards of ....0. acres will be planted

\ \ Many yean MO one of the largest soap and under wise management has satis' and told bow the battery brooding te this STOP eventually
factorily marketed about five system could be worked. Dr. W. M. Neal
United States de- thousand
umufacturen In
J. J. Parrlah of the Nevlna Fruit Come I
ease of eggs since It started assistant U Animal nutrition at tile Kz-
tided to nt out the jobber and sell the operations al with bosom at Cocoa and
( the end ol April. It le not "" 1II.Dt Button dUcieeed poultry nutrition. paay packing
retail grocers and Jobbers of this countrydirect representative of the entire state sufficiently to ke the H. said that. 'Ird.'.110.14 receivecarbohydrates Tltusvllle baa ..DO..... that bin company

He figured that dOIllID.unllaclo. In the egg: market The and protein ta the eorreet will build a ,_lID I plant at

would Bake Just as rest of the Mate must orgeats and mar proportion for tile formation of etc. B. Cocoa

Bale aid save the ket along generally similar lines and tile W. Brown of DeLand president of tile
.' margin of profit. various associations must ke federated In Florida branch, American Poultry Association
two years the to one great state agency before either tile discussed poultry skews and what
found out .aotallo.. pricM or tile Industry II thy mean to the laduatry. He declared
tot only had his stabilised that the poultry show bears to the industry BARBED WIRE ,I
III. decreased enor about the urn relation u the heart to the

bit 'that his ex human body.Marketing Vr* offer Standard Galvanized ID*
of wiling had In Langner Talks Markets I problems toeh nip. oenald- gauge four point barbed wire at
e te nearly twice .pvtoea *f |l.ie end up per I* rod
pool, f. O. B. JaolueBvlll These
[ cost under the Jobber low pot_ are send will Oot. loth,

system. Julian Languor orgaslser of the Central BABY for shipment after Nov. lllh.Lcadclad .
Julian la.e.er It.. safe to say that
big business recognises that all food prod- Florid Poultry Producers' Associationand

wets are more cheaply distributed through who Is now engaged In organising the CHICKS Fencing
regular wholesale and jobber channels Gulf Coast Poultry Co-operation outlined For farm, entile poultry hags sir
than by direct marketing to the retailer six basin principles' Involved In the suc ThouwnAa twice week ( will save you money and solve your
Not one single manufactured food product cess of the organisation .before the visitors ly. From trapneited fence trollbl_

Is sold In any other way. Even the to the poultry section of Farmers' Week record layers from ; "ileadyawaM" All Metal Garners arms

biggest fruit organizations of the Pacific at Oalneavlll The six: principles are: the Bteto' outstanding Poultry slimmest mom .'....1.,
flock. The finest
a the 1. Regional organisation. quality
Coast recognise Impossibility of marketing lairs, eta.Write .
at low price
direct to the retailer even though I. Financial stability and credit rating CATALOOI'B for Priona and Data
their volume rune Into millions of dollars t. Volume making possible low operating -

a year. cost. Cooper Products Agency
4. A modern Orange HatcheryApopka
'Jf Florida farmers who peddle their merchandising policy.' .
(. Good management. P. 0. lilt Tampa
product direct to retailers would put t. Fla 60. is gear lie. Jaeksonv/tlp
their' business on the same sound economic Permanencydependable continuity. .
foundations that big business uses Stating that prices for eggs were very
we would have little to complain of In thematters low on February It, the day organization
work was started and the poultrymen
of markets and price fluctuations
were dissatisfied, he declared that after
Kgg Peddling.This eight weeks of effort the organisation
peddling of food products by Florida -
with 16* members. All of the
farmers Is perhaps more universal
commercial ponltrymen except 14 In the
throughout the state In the egg: Industry area were member of the organisation
than any other of our farm products. It The association has been quit successful
not only hurts the Industry but It results since that time by following the six baste NTROgHOS10:
in lower average prices than ws should reeelv principles.
for our eggs were we to market cooperatively -
and use the regular jobber .
channels for distribution. Consider for a

moment that there are many more farmers JostRrinf
producing Ind selling eggs than there
A Safe Fertilizeryear
are retailers offering them to the public
Th retailer's price Is governed always by -\' on

the price at which they can buy fresh
Florida eggs from reAlar! Jobbers. These / in and out !
jobbers are always competing with the producers year

themselves for the same markets. TO KILL
The only Florida eggs that Florida jobber .

receive are the eggs the local farmers POULTRY LICEN. NITROPIIOSKA I* a well balanced complete
cannot peddle out around the neighbor
hood: la other words ws look upon the matter hew large the flock or how fertilizer available
Florida wholesale product merchant as a lover, only" a email paint bruin a can containing phosphoric
efBlMk Leaf 40" and a few minutes
dumping ground for our surplus eggs. time for applying II te the top .( acid and The bin
nitrogen potato. nitrogen
Poultrymen have been told a thousand roosts and eroea-arme. are needed to _
times already that surplus always makes rid aa entire flock of lie*.
for low prices and the very basis for jobber DOWN AWAT WITH a form resistant to leaching. NITROPIIOSKA

to retailer prices has one of its foundations IKDIVIUUAb ..!tULlNG'
in the fact that It Is surplus eggs Kill llcejm your entire fleet whether leave no undesirable residue in your toil,
upon which the fifty. birds or five thouund Think ef
jobber I* making his pricesto
.. ... .
the time and labor The laborious
retailers. This may seem specious, but and dlucreeeble methods. ef dunlins' and you can Die it safely year after year.
nevertheless It la true. So Is It any wonder dipping or creailnare ellmlnttid No
that Florida la also the dumping longer aeceeeary to disturb the' fowl

ground for thousands of cases of ..blppedI. WORKS WHILB THKT ROOST NITROPIIOSKA take the back-breakingla.
ecus from other points In the country When chicken porch upon..roosts that
brought In by these very Jobber and sold have keen "..I..t.." with Black ..beat4e.
bor of fertilizer. NITROPIIOSKA
fumes released out
in are slowly that applying
competition with
fresh Florida
our own permeate the feathers. kllllnr the II...
eggs and helping still farther to make or The IIII else package treats 100 feet "
contain the"most food tack.
break prices. .f roost plant per

W* shall never have a sound poultry "BI.... Leaf 400 I. sold .t Drug. H.r'
ware. Reed 8t..... .t. Ask your dealer .
or write ...

For Sale Bredto Lay Pallet Tobacco nr'rr.dorte at'b.mleal FOR VEGETABLESand
Carp., lee,
Prom splendid- e f produelnp flocks. March
W June hatched. Whit. and Brows Leg- Lewisville. Ky.
barns Anoonae, Barred Norm, Whit Rueka,
H. I. R.de, Wyandottes Buff Urlms ton,,
.Jersey Giants, with suitable mockers Writ* FOR CITRUS
for prloee, stating kind and quantity wanted
Herman Perm ..........., Me*......, Ten*.

you will b. pleased with the result from


If*. I NITl rnO.BA Maw t
Tee vas make good MEXICAN DOUBLE
messy raisin fur bear.fns .

bolo Rabbits highest for tor mea quality Me ,. YELLOW HEAD PARROTSL 15-30-15 16-16-21

brooderm .t lowest p.I..... Order year Parrot
Write for true ,.... sea BOW. W* can ship
""bit.. | Immediately Tounc NsTBOrOOSnU No. 8 NITslOPHASntA> ,... 4
."D'8..aal..lt., base raised birds
sa sage ......_ Pr.VITONE. ..araJMeed to tears
keel le talk.time t.Mew purchase ti the 15*-15 -19 15-11-26

rouse parrots tttmt
will hare to talk .
n.....'. We have a
.*wlal price Hit .u Send for our new Monthly CU
KAMALACombination Birds Animals. Pets
Cases, Bte. W rOte fof the Citrus Grower
Worm Tablet for It.WH1TB .
positively the most ,1..lIne, remedy Per at.rk ...........,
for both T.... and Round Worms Each gas-a" Iname say of.JAORwmwens.ptt Synthetic Nitrogen Products
Tablet contains a toll dome of Kan rLOalnAL.tabn.h.
with ether dross that will kill all tope 1815
and round worms la poultry. The Tab- Corporation
lots are far superior to capeulee, they

will throat not, sum Jest up place er stick the tablet In the la fowls the Now V..,..V. ..*...... rum nip...a.IJACBUON .

fowie' month and they will' awallow It.
Ke Instruments t* ton with. Be wastes 1 FKKTN DTJCK*- Breeder* fordelivery .....a _. GRAIN CnX,Tamps,....
ae neeee BO tuning er doee* teuaeure NOW at |l.l. each to |U" 0.
: t..lI.b :
tablet te eofflolentI -- Eggs and Baby Ducks for eommeree.
Tablets, It.*0. le* Tlblete It.TI. 1
I November IU
delivery. ICggs | setting.
Ids Tablet. *. Tablet t.ti.
|l It* ; |
I,toe Tabtate' 11,00. 1 per band '". SYNTHETIC M NITROGEN
Dealers and agents wanted. Write for BABY DUCK*-4fte Gambit 111 per J..;
( cam pie and special prices. 1 III per 10* !. ..... of gas er more Silly
VITONE MINERAL CO. !junayutnd Deck Fare, laveraeaa, .,.,....
.. Mine* A_ Oboe ]\Vorkiififora 1 1 1 I I I

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UNIFIED CONTROL OF tlon between market and producing point pack, and regulated supplies wOllld help I paM It on to the conaamer. And Inci

CROP WILL CUT COST -and the generally poor quality o( this. to GIlt colli. Chain atom for example, dentally. It take a large organisation to
Information. Each dealer I* lending II deal efficiently with chain stores both tat
want regular supplies of a definite gradeand
number of long wire dally to hi* connection the matter of getting fall vain for what
(Continued From Pat On*.) *, keeping them Informed of market the more certain they are 01 getting I*.aold them and In supplying them what
wr tested In the ODe efficient organlM renditions and In tarn each shipper I* wiring what they need tb,1. its costa them toappeals they need.
+ Hon It could begin with some of the but a number of dealer almost daily
There I* an enormous duplication of effort
-, problem which ban always trouble which cost money and must eventually
Florida rowan. One of thM la greater b* paid for by someone. The small dealer
uniformity In grading and picking math receiving can on commission must pain The George
a* optimistic picture of condition h.
a as
ode, both with citrus fro In and with Tege
son because his success depend on getting
table When the belt lots arriving on any Just a* many car to sell a* possible. Inconsequence Wel6h'ington1ac
given day Mil for four or five the shipper' and grower are

time M much u the poorest, mlnly b- not always correctly Informed about actual 41a.ROBnRT .
condition Larger organisation" with II
cause of quality difference It Indicate number of outlet and representatives at ItLOIIPP ., O nit nWr dent weep
that grading rule need tlihUnlnf. It both ends of the line tend to exchange
mean that toni stork U coming to mar. much more accurate Information The i RADIO IN EVERY ROOM We straighten axles
1 llet which might be disposed of ta better larger and better financed an organization
advantage at point of production. An or- la the more accurate Its Information will The Coolest Hotel
gantiatlon strong enough to enforce stricter b* and the less It will cost because Instead Don't figure that sweet
grading regulation would build eon of a score of wire exchanged daily; in the South running oar of your*ruined
lumer confident In Florid product and between each market one would be lufflclent. Just because some nit wit
thereby Increase the demand Six Blade Ceding Fans bumped you and bent the axle.
Such an organisation could also deal Storage and By-Praduct.' We'll straighten It fop you
with the knotty .problem. of maturity The single large organisation could store Summer Doors a Cold In a Jiffy and guarantee It
Practically very year a few shipper begin crop for short periods when necessary Air-Ice Water-Tub 6c will be as good as ever when
moving large Quantities of Immature whereas,the small nipper or dealer lack Shower In Every Room our experts haVe the
citrus to market and price suffer In con- either the funds for so doing or It I* flnl.bot
.. Maturity tests could then bi against his Interests.: This past season RATES: :33:0500040-0000: : Job "
mad something more than a definition of I most of the citrus was stored by the larger Brine h.rIa and you'll
the sourest orange that can b* shipped organisations. However If there were one leave with a smile ef satisfaction -
While It may pay\an Individual shipper or single organization In control the storageof Coffee Ban Room on your face
grower to rush his fruit to market and ship products could b* bandied much better Shoppe
orange just a* our a* the law will allowIt because the exact amount In storage would Music and Dancing Owen-Joh Tire Co.
I* a costly procedure for the state asa be known at all times. Even though there
whole Organized effort could atop the were only a few organizations storing citrus Jiomu of thCOMMERCIAL> Florida Most House Complete service
} annual all rush of Immature fruit last spring It I* doubtful If the exact
MAN Jackson and marine streets Texts
Adrattalng. amount la storage was ever known aourately. -
Paean M II"
I Advertising to b* effective nowadays It- -
call for considerable expenditure and for Developing use for by-product I* highly -
perishable product I* possible In a big way essential, particularly with citrus fruits
I only I when grower or shipper band to- and because of the coats Involved It requires -
Florida product other than citrus a large organisation amply financed -
fruits have never had the benefit of to undertake such a project. Undoubtedly -
a well conducted advertising campaign and a number of new use for citrus
[ probably never will unless there 1* a dominating products can b* developed. The increasing -
organisation. Th expenditure ot demand for canned grapefruit and
a few hundred dollars here and there by grapefruit Juice points the way to what
r mall organisation for consumer advertising can be done. ;Yet what Individual shipper RiversideA ,
accomplishes very little. or grower can stand the expense ot experimental -
I Duplication of Brand work to accomplish any real
A large organization could' eliminate asulUT
i knack of the senseless duplication of Retailing .U one of the r.atelt.upen-
brand With both citrus and truck crop I" connected with the production and .
there are so many brand that to the consumer marketing of perishable Often, Indeed.
: they are almost a* meaningless a* It I* the greatest single expense cither of
wallpaper and not much more effectiveIn reduction or distribution. Irregular ,
arousing consumer Interest. Even the retail quality and poorly graded lots cause losses
dealers do not know the merit of half of itock while In the retailer' hand and
the various brand which appear. 80 far; hat greater car necessary 1n buying tendto A military academy of the highest stand.
two Florida citrus brand which are even tremendously, Hero I* where itandardliedSoutheiMrt ards. 400 cadets from 31 states. Located
reasonably well known to them and no -
brand .( vegetable that ar* generally 50 mifes north of Atlanta, in the foothills
recognised. If .every package bore the
brand or mark of one large co-operative, of the Blue Ridge Mountains, 1,400 feet
consumer would icon learn to recogniseU .
> above sea level.Accredited .
Almost every year there are two or
three period when some of the larger
market are glutted badly with resultant '
decline In price This I II because with a preparation for all Universities
large number of small operator working AAEa
Independently no one know Just how or Government Academies. Strong
many car are going to each market or
else If they do know gambling Instinct Business Course. Splendid faculty of experienced
prompte them to take a chance on a glut.
Unified control could prevent those bad educators; small classes; Individual .
price break which cat Into the profit
Marketing Uformatloa.A attention; parental discipline. Honor
source of waste In the marketing *,.- .
ten which U perhaps little realised I* the Ideals.
tremendous coat of exchange laforma--

R. 0. T. C. directed by two U.. S. Regular

/ TOUR WATto Army Officers. Also a modern and com

I tMMUriT4INS plete Junior School for boys between 10

II and 14 years of age, with separate bar
racks, dining room and class'rooms..

MA MOST attractive an paved real tram Florida .

lead through Atlanta,where yo.will And doe Atlanta New, modem buildings. Hundred
Blfanore, the Soothe Sopranos Hotel Ideal... a
vacation era few day stop even 600 oeHslJe mum*, campus located in midst of two thousandacres

....... lee .
1 each with privet bath and wets*
of forest athletic fields .
park; large ;
h kWOeetrewn lath*hotel lidO feet boasted Ufce

e re part,with psttlag gnats us seven minuses how railroad wades Coif swimming .

hensnask, teaaJa for euw Seem at Ada*** ming; fishing; hunting; mountain climb

ekahe.E..Cevene* Osbet** ef Michigan loLl M th* ing; golf course; large gymnasium and

\"A I _was the assize hold ta ihewwld sad raw new swimming pool. Outdoor life all the
wiled that w*seine give ouch MeaHMl eervle MCILTMORC

caw-we rei-, 'year. Flat rate of $964.00 covers every

i; RATE board tuition
possible expense including
Revs ... ... PS ...... ... ...all ,
I ? se weer at OIL," uniforms, laundry, books, and a weekly

THE ATLANTA DILTMCRC spending allowance. Delightful home life

T I/];he alovJ l. of"fw- Real,

II Da1s Stottnr n'aD Wda .. For Catalog*, Address:

.. Colonel Sandy Beaver

President .

....,........... Box F Gainejyjlle Georgiarr ,.
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SK ELIMINATION OF that were necessary< U bring. It abed, the DOLLAR A CRATE NEW make nee ef eM Inner tubes, write te Pane
government should reward grower by allowing sad Grove information Bureau, Mlltakoi Metl >
FRUIT PROCESS PLAN free movement under inspection It TARIFF SET ON TOMATOES Bide, Tampa, and let us tell you above
,_: I* also felt that the quarantine against the Ka** Protector for th* Hm Oarea .*

,.1||? : Continued From Face One.) be the abolished eighteen states since and It Porto has been Rico demonstrated should (Continued From Page One) charge This Information. will lie sat you free moll

found for several week In any part that there ts little It any dangerof to and passed by the IMI.... When It
f ITYlorlda, In spite ef tile fact that thou. relnfestatlon occurring In any of those reached the Senate Finance committee the ---

sand of men have diligently tried to le'ZZji state. Certain section nave built seasonal amendment went throng, ..d't
r th... Furthermore, there baa not splendid markets for grapefruit la Ore ap was necessary to again pit Florida' case I Classified I ISTRAWBKHWT
been a tinil "T trapped in over _.00 goo Utah. Washington and Nevada whichare before the senate committee.
,""traps located ta the heart of the arena all closed under the quarantine tegnUttoas While the reduction to 1H cent Is deplored

tbat were moat heavily Infested, and atc and steps are being take by cr... by grower here, It ta regarded a* lantit Improved Klondike
c a time ef year when the fly multiplies tile ors In the Clearwater district especially to greatly preferable to a seasonable and 11I10...,. Young plant* tint M.
erected ....... ..
rut..t."It have these Iran to naaia II 10 thu" 11.
states released tariff weald provide practically
him Plant Ce., Alma Ark
contrast this with condition between .
we The new regulation are baaed en eon no protection Inasmuch a* most ofFlorida's
April let and May 1st when about WANT A flOVERNMKNT J"H 41.200.$2,490year.
dltlena which existed several weeks I
age, la shipped during those .
crop .
of fruit went out of florid M a-wma, ll-is steady k.
f 100 car and net files have beta In evidence since month The duty of I 1-1 cent will afford \'onion. 1I.I.n. .unity imnxi .oay.
prior to the discovery of the fly, and which that time. In a telegram to Florida Farm i protection at the rate of about ft.eo It coached rr.e. mil particulars rill.K.
.' must Inevitably bate been heavily Infested and Grove from Senator Fletcher be state per crate, which 1* said to be sufficient to Writ lmnidUtlr. Franklin) Institute. 1......
with larva because. the flies were hereby that he la looking for modification and I keep out all but the most fancy grades B44. HnchfiUr, N T __._
the million, there I* no comparison clarification of the regulation that will! of foreign tomatoes. It M expected that ANTJr.D-T. hoar from order of land toe
', 'whatever fruit moved out during thatmonth permit movement of the crop without ... this will cat to a minimum the shipmentof win sale. Wis for fall delivery, O K. Han Ivy, 1'ald.GKNL'INR .
by trick Ib bulk, and by regular due delay or under Impractical method Cuban tomatoes which baa hipped ___
shipment to all part of the country, In- about (00.000 crates Into this Avruaal It?*. II.Tl bushel.- Cent
lading the eighteen states now closed annually more rye, at I*. Writ for price as bootee,
country. It will add tremendous stimulus otis, Vltcn Austrian winter rose and .....
against is. There was not a single case FARM BOARD STUDIES to the tomato growing Industry, and a1- Wheat H U Mclntoah. Ha y e avtlle. S. (',
eI infestation In any of those sections. UNITED ORGANIZATIONContinued ready plan are being completed for greatly W K AHB kovklnir orders for .w crop YVC
Hew w* can't find a fly. I Increased 'acreage of tomato, especially crl-.r whit Bermuda onion owed |l.I* pot qi'
Expensive: ; Cumbersome."Instead along the Tamlaml Trail In Collier Wsx ties K Wabeflell< ,'ahkmre
seed, lisa pd Portage Paid CoUoaal'n e
of offering a* a gift a very ( From Page 1.) county. grad Plot*. ions ill. Atlanta Oa
cumbersome and with the Federal Farm Board for
expensive, Impractical August
Felt (A I.K tJO.000 irrnulto Florida roux
means of processing something In which gird, at Washington. A committee, con amen plant4"_-! ", Ill per ..unnd.
there 1 Sa no Infestation w* are. going to silting of Messrs. Barnes, Jardlne Role It M Mess, Ht A. U.arwat.r, Fl,._.
ask tbat the processing plan be withdrawn, and Burgees, appeared before the Board Worth BIO MONEY DAILY-Tamps concern wants'
and that fruit be allowed to move under and presented the charter, capital structure Things rprMntulvi In every Florida to"n. No

Inspection. There I* a growing feeling plane and program of United Crower at experience OHO' Tampa ncaaary Universal, Writ: specialties for particulars: Coy
among growers and shippers that this *. Numerous Questions were asked by Ilex 4i. Tampa, ruIP .
situation must be recognised. The moral the Chairman and various members of the Knowing---- YOU HAVE an attract o cn.h weninf
ef the Hat call for It also. It will set i Farm Board. The committee gave all the price for your ttrote, land or i.the i Floods
WII' condition of mind that will bring Information requested In order that the I ruprrtr' write in at once. KVAI.lT INrSTOHS -
about the final clean-np of this pest In Board might be fully Informed regardingthe I I>r. R. W. Buprockt, .hemln at the FloridalEop.rtmeet '0". Ohiopaid BXCIIANOK Luclluu Bid liny-

short order. purpose and plans of the United on forllllMra Matins at gave Karmcri1 a moat Wok Inuiwitlnatalk ._.lom W l'OI.I..T any .,'count,rliim l ,,;;;;-.'", 'uih
Iuapntlon; Arked."It Grower for the unification of the marketIng In OulnsvllU l>r. Huprxht gave cut soma chock regardless of also nf MIII ni' I..i.
I is our opinion that the crop would program of the fruit and vegetable findings of the nation In relation to the ration of debtor. on a strictly rummlml
never move under the present regulations Imluntry. nitrogenous constituents 0' frtlllars that battle: Hand them to ua rrl>Fnu.: ADJUSTMENT J
will of value Complete Information millKAt!, Mortgage; Uwranlra.
We have not the facllltle to handle It Following the conference. the Board prove
on the matter may b* acurd by writing our Bids Atlanta. ,. under the processing plan, and the whole stated that It was of the opinion that If Farm and strove information Hume, Hillsboro FALL -mft> POTATOlIJ-hIj-pToi.i+ ;: : il
thing I* too cumbersome, and would cause this organization I* operated along the Hotel Hide Tampa. Hliaulitln Iln.. and Red nilsa pntatni-a,
fatal del.,.. The great hulk of our fruit lines as represented that It will performa also other __.. l'r vait and On. Hlll.,
1* clean Then why should w* serve the valuable service. especially. te the areas W. have some special data N file ., interest Fl.
I. tomato growers who are looking iTui'KH Roc-ks, llfrtu. T5?. TNentp
action a citrus crop which consumer think now lacking such a service -- U'
for increased It desire Information
yields. this
you .
.. .
All. 111 oo.
to processed to kill fruit fly larvae when Section 1 of the Agricultural Marketing write Florida Farm Orve Information F.rm., Wav......Prepaid. there are no larva there? W* are advocating Act I* embodied In tbe charter of the Hlll ": r. Hotel Hid*? -
: rb. .
r the doubling and the trebling If United Grower It la the purpose of the Tampa, and sent you tree of chara. 1 am forced ID aril the K following articles
necessary of the government Inspection organisation to work In accord with this at sacrifice prlom
With planting Informa-
forces, In the grove, and at the packing act, and also In harmony with the declared tics Bursitis every receives an season increased our number .t t Ira camira liT with f. I Holes let. and
plants, so that the most rigid Inspection policies of the Federal Farm Board.It Inquiries regarding mulch p*.*r. W* have Tontpur shutter, coat lilt Price 6eb
9 possible may be attained. Then the clean Is understood that United Growers Intends some Interesting malarial on this aublxlwhich I Westinghouse. .l.olrle. stuns, full allln", ".
fnlt should be stamped accordingly, and te work In hearty accord with the we will gladly sand le any..* desiring tic three burner and even white rose.)"
the ..,n.. Mulch paper 4m eomlae Into owe cost 'If I. Price Ills
It any new Infestation are discovered co-operative citrus and vegetable organisa general .. r not only: *ffctlv* 1 r>.Vrjr standard else motion picture p.n.
I. fruit la tbat area can be processed or destroyed tions In Florida to accomplish the greatest hut an economical mulch particularly for Iector, fully same lamp, .le
preferably the latter. In this good forth grower, and It M believed vegetable eropa.Thr Coat 1260. .equippedOiltrig: : :: salts: 175 ,"r
way the public will know that no larvae that this can be done effectively by follow. ''I Motion picture amen Irubbtrlii-dI oat
out the laid down ta la a nw Incapaaalv adjustable .... Price .
) exist In the Florida fruit they are buying ing clearly program lor en the market with which Veil can fix 111.I
"It I* our Intention to ask the government the Agricultural Marketing Act. potato chip carrots, turnips and so form.Thla SOD-xard Prinitr Tarpon ml Only .ll.ht.
also to give such revisions. If they It I* believed that a completely coordinated should k* mighty handy for the bou- ly .id. mat U I. Price IM
are approved the widest possible nationwide program will accomplish a great hold Mid will save a lot .f lima. Complrt I ll-ounr Shakespeare Tarpon rod east e2?,
information will b. furnished If writeFarm Price 11*.
deal more than would be possible by a
publicity 10 that the entire country .
and Grove Information Bureau Hillsboro .
I Fly rod and two automatic reels! tHhake
will know that government Inspected fruit piece-meal or partial co-operation between Hotel Bldg. Tampa.. apa,. and Prl..*.". 110
liB free from these various marketing unit
any Infestation.
I Phkspar Surf casting rod, good si new,
There have been many criticism of the Another thing which skovld prove very 616.

resent refutation, which became effective Goodbody-Newell Inc, I* developing one useful latur-retalnlnc is a chemically Inner atar-proof Bart for bag keeping with I Shakespeare Nineties, reel level winding,
September lit. It I* felt In most of the biggest farms In tbe Fort Pierce vegetables fresh and sweat. This will undoubtedly almost MW, fl*.
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practical, Inefficient expensive and entire 721 acre have bon prepared for plantingto Form and Grove Inforartloa Bureau wilt 1 mad arrows, Its
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A Word On the Unificationof

the Citrus Industry;

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f There is no mistaking fact that the Federal
Farm Board looks to the Florida Citrus Exchange as the ';

proper medium through which a more unified plan of .
: organization and marketing may be worked out in this '

... state. .,_: .
This agency is fully cognizant of the responsibility
which rests upon it. The problem is a momentous one,
and involves such important principles that the job can- .' ",
not be done overnight if the producers are to be fully pro-
tected. Any plan which is finally evolved must leave "
absolute control in the hands of the growers. That is
-l- one of the chief requirements of the Federal Farm
Board, and since the Florida Citrus Exchange is purelya
grower institution, a way must be found whereby a a

sufficiently large percentage of the crop to justify its .:.. .
.. representation of the industry as a whole, must be

is unfortunate that certain influences have retarded '. '

our progress.in working out the final solution,. .. ,:<,"'t.
and we urge our members, and those who have the in .:" ":::".

terest of the industry at heart, not to be carried away; ;.
by this propaganda. .

The Florida Citrus Exchange is fully capable of bring- ....,,":
ing to a successful conclusion the desires and the requirements :. ki:
of the Federal Farm Board, and it is antici- ;
pated that something substantial and of far-reaching
consequences for the good of the industry will be forth- _

coming in the very near future. .,J' : f

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'): We ask that those identified with the business of grow- ; ': ,;.
.' ing and marketing citrus fruits, and the public in general }'"
; '" continue to give organization its unqualified ,
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confidence.FLORIDA .


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