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 Material Information
Title: The Homestead leader
Alternate Title: Leader
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: South Dade Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Homestead Fla
Creation Date: February 4, 1930
Publication Date: 1923-
Frequency: daily (except sunday)[<1926>-]
weekly[ former 1923-<1925>]
weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (June 14, 1923)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1931.
General Note: B.E. Archer, editor.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
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
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System ID: UF00087295:00094
 Related Items
Succeeded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Leader-enterprise

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Nalion-wid Commodity Discloses Startling
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Mgr Marlon County Grower "When the Federal Farm Rood

b Association w alt ea r and the director of the Floe
During the latter part of Jan i he
nary the Federal Farm Board ha Citrus Exchange approved the r>l's,'

)1' .given almost undivided attention for an educational campaign pr.-
J toward a nation wide marketing pared by a committee of the tatter,

program for fresh fruit and vegetables. .16 the motto of which was 'fact and<
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Florid I* greatly fate the Florida. Festival the ef Agriculture .
Till citrus
this gftwer exhibit at Orange awarded Department Information vs. ballyhoo and ,,.
voted in the final
outcome tt first in class A best decorated booth gu
rap for grand weep stakes also adjudged prlie exhibits and work there
'undertaking In as the state is i lead I:3'his I* the second year In- which the association ha. taken Uw grand weep alike prise. The caw II was full Intention' *n
,1. Ming factor the nation In producenabs Iran,** and grapefruit lent to President Hoover by *!rpliae were elected from this exhibit. the part ef all concerned to M
and marketing ef these type ,
governed' in the .
undertaking by ..
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of commodities, snipping upward --- -- --
l :'ejf 100,000 carloads, and being aur1 ctly the. thought expressed In that

>*'>*d by only one other state. Be-. WiTERMFLON: ROWERS POULTRY MENORGANIZING SOUTH FLORIDA FAIR phrase. 0. a. Commander, general
14tb and endlntncary ma"ger of the
Inning January FORM ORGANIZATION ECLIPSES ALL OTHERS *vndng* told the
list leauera of prominent Florida Farm and Grove Section l
cooperative associations from many Watermelon growers In the t:11riIaIF"big day" at the today."That.
states representing fruits and vegetables teeibnrg distrkt. the largestshipping ON 8o new la prog- the endeavors ef one tr.
wen oiled to Wssh'ogto section tram the standpoint man and continuing mill Feb. iwnlxatlen might be assisted in the
for a Week ef intensive .onferene ef production value In the it 1'.IIIa. This event his most efficient way the Farm Beard
STATE
-. work O Commander, genera entire ..':on. have formed a BASIS earned a ir'I:1 ef the assigned I te Florida, for fact-flid.
manager ofth Florida Cass Exchange Bcrnnnent w rganlxatlenwith nut In the Ing and research work, Dr Tin-
Capt F. C. Kramer a* president nut In actual ef dare
j representing 88 citrus as eovatry point Macklln. recently released by 1r''
Delation and cub-exchange ant and Fred Herlonr a* seeretary Federation ;::Be Known A attendance rank third en the the.University: l of Wisconsin A d
H L. Robinson, manager of the .. One ef the comb1 continent. a member ot the thai
Meetings Potato Growet Association the erganlsatlon I* to Florida Egg Producer The twenty buildings ef the institution TJackiinbad
j were among those representing the propeeed increase In freight Is Planned fair are filled te the trim with quli<*d an enviable reputation Ain*ti 4 bas

Florida fruit and vegetable rites, ant It was tentatively Interesting and education die. an investigator and as an The board has decided that In agreed affiliation' with the BY JULIAN LANGNER play*. Mot Nationally known pert "fill cooperative marketing, a-
.r order to obtain a proper solution of Grower and Shippers' League firm will exhibit! than ever be. W ally of penahables
1 f" the marketing problem that at would be the.best mean efpmlng op- There IlL every JndJcntlo Chat fere lit the history >*he fai!* "**, Mucltlta bas-bwn work'mi
k. j products must be classed It; **pa- .1 :heln.t'b.' It"ani I ItniiT U-e next twelve month. Ib county exhibit are the In the state fee several weeks 11.,
r.te'eommodltl.. and that a national stated Florid win be the best organised maul attractively' arranged that system of delving for bade' facf- '.
marketing organization be the t'ii ate r:1:: shipment late In the Union *o far a* egg hv been shown, which! I* saying has disclosed some ....
formed for each, and baa already; would Mach.Wood. statistics a* to the useless oxpwjj
let op national marketing ana mean the virtual closing ef certain marketing i* concerned. W111 II and waste for which the prU m
southern 'markets Jo grew'er -Central: Floridathoroughly
stabilisation corporations, growerewntd dlsorganlmd selling methods In the
y and controlled for rain to- ef the Leetbarg .,... etc', well ritrtM t : *r, re.ppn.iblr.
,bates, wool, cotter and itvestoeSc. organised, the Will MakeInvestigation While a part is conclusion* ''rl-
Potatoes, of which Florida has a Gulf O.aswt :t' the knows tn close ititdentu
.000 can annually and ranks sixthin : situation, A/r.
aiacKlin I*
the United State hove been Production Plans ( > partlyorgaalx4 Of giving them new applications and
designated a* one commodity. To meanlnga.
matoes, celery, 'jeans, cucumbers North 'Floridapartially ; Just as the facts about Ito p(>I-
tte. of which Florida has fornrance sustained the claims ot
Should Be organlied Needs
Fruit
bout; 87,000 "carloads annually. Guaged w and work Fly the Florida Citrus Exchange: to,'
will probably be designated ai consideration by the Farm Board
another commodity citrus fruits On Demand BasisFarm progressingaimultansoua I been developed by
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r from all sections of the Unites I y Deficiency Commilte* WillConsider investigators. so will' the foots
States a* ono commodity anwatermelons < I.UMM throughout the regarding conditions la the citrus) 1
of which Florida has entire producing belt, not even Appropriation .as they are being pee
f upward of 10.000 carloads may bet Outlook Report, Urges California will have a better organised Later On *J "JI b, Dr. Macklln, point Inr -
t tmro:0 IncreasesIn Industry than the poultry *bl'? .J10 """ted marketing
: \ Caution On
v am and industry of Florida and H now tbreu.h the Exchange t* the
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one
1 3 other southern have Poultrydesignated aDd AcreageBy seem safe to stat that .* soonas By C. M. McLL'fN.Whil. IV way by which grower may solve
milk product* each been organization of the North Florid .the gnat majority of olt- their problems.

) : a* separate commodities. FRANK R. HAMMETT counties is completed activework vas growers, and their official i "fact only l are needed le es'ib-
will commence fa the middlewest flab the neeof ef unification
spokesmen remain solidly back and to
.. During the recent seven-dsy conference Caution in the planting ef lacreased and tar western eounrte ef show that the Florida' Citrus R*'
of the United State
r Departmentof
In Washington, represent ] screare* of staple crop, the State.The drinks I. competent to deaL with
Continued On Page 7 and the planning, ef production on two organizations* comprising Agriculture la Its endeavor to the situation which confront the
\ an economic basis to coincide with tha Centraf secure adequate fund with which citrus industry. Effort te avoid
national onnmptlv demand has Florid association baragreed to to continue fruit fly: eradicationand the direct and Mlf..vldent ImplS.c.Uone .
GROWER'S COMMITTEE bern emphasized vigorously by federate for marketing purposes inspection work Congressmen of the fact fan only react
REPORTS ON SPRAT lending agricultural authorities In with! 0. Roscoe Ryan as talesContinued I Will R. Weed chairman of the on their proponent The lux.
Conclusions reached by the ,the past few week The Federal On Page 8 i MIUS* appropriation* committee chants baser It* rs* on the farts,
Growers' Investigating1 Committee farm Board ha* repenUdly urged show little indication ef .having all the fact and nothing but the
.a the use and effect of arsenical ,cotton grower to curtail produe- changed bid position In that .... fact," Mr Commander concluded
bait'the pray as a means of I Ion by at least 20 per cent. Pro I rani.la. Continued On Page U
spread of the fruit Jurors of dairy product have been RUBBER TREES DOING a recent press dispatch from
fly were recently released. The advised to cull their herd heavily, WELL IN 80. FLORIDA Washington It was stated that *
observation of the m.mbe.1 I III view of a national butter surplus Th Braxlllsn rubber tree has "deficiency bill might offer a soutloe DR. ILL'S CELERY C till
the committee Including Wm. L. I and the grower* ef manyDther made rapid growth la Florid but added that the commitee IF the a title deseriblrg the
Eerie
Drew of Lake chairman product have been given in the last two 'sextons, says chairman seemed inclined t* record crop of celery grows 6) Dr.
John 8. Taylor of Largo, Rupert I wand<< counsel la the planting ef Dr. O. F. Cook ef the United continue his opposition' to the pro J. 8 Hall of Sarasota, printed la v
Smith ef Arcadia I A. K. Tra edf posed appropriation In )
t their p'rtag States Department ef Agriculture. fI5.000.fMO the It was stated
Coco and Bam Harris of EusUs : crops. Many ef the trees an effort t* determine. whether that rn: fIlJ"aI. SOD. crates
In erder that farmer generallymay young
\\.iea that little damage: has I be In, a position to gang."r in the department' expert' iongreasman Wood bad changed ef number three Ass l and 284
of hid stand Florida Farm Grove
U tree twelve Yvanof mental work have reached n anti crates of number ten slsea. This
age or upwards that were to I production plan more *e- height of If feet er Theyare Section wired him for a statement should have read Bog crate ef
vigorous condition. Serious, and :!irately, the Bureau of Agrleul- ef the tame species move ef Her Ja reply Mr. Wood said: I..be.th..... slxe, etalks. SM< k
Economics
trawl: with
U some case aerate Injury has representative "Answering wire of twen-
** that I* planted extensively your crate ef number four sire in r
resulted to yonnj er trees depending I of the agricultural colleges In the East ladies and la ether IF-fifth, deficiency! committee will crate of number six she and n
on their general state of sad extension services ef forty- countries eomider la regular coon the advisability crate of number ten slxe :
health the type of soil on which I Ave states, and the Federal Farm tropical The ef further l'ed"rllund. much as the also indicate* the
being
** trees are
they were growing, the numberof I Board cooperating' bag mad an Chapman, Field near HtamLMany grownnt for erdalcatloa{ of ae-called Mediterranean number ot doten stalk that are
times they were sprsved and exhaustive study ef eoodltlona.rhi ether rubber plant from fly Th amourt appreciated rut into a standard crate, the for.
the manner of The committee data M being released in so.- U will a
spra/ rag all of the principal rubber. any depend upon met statement was a little misleading. '
found the damage to fruit Unit a* the Farm Outlook Service! growing, countries ef the world the fact developed by thorough Dr Hall secured an av.
manifested through loss of c Inclit I* being received with mini- "
acidity art being tried there Ins limit- towetigatlon. rage of 83,00 rer crate at theshipping "
and consequent flatness of tut Pat tbfaction on the part ef ed.way A number ef these It to apparent that the eongv.... point, made a tola
They believed the as of the bait farmers and growers, evenrwker bad reference : : iell.
plant* are now being grown to mail In the letter remark ot 1 622, want acre
Ira justified In view ef the lack Vital Information soothers florid te the committee which I* and a quarter, which la a reterd afar
II ornaeicntal -
.. ? substitute and Its ebviouseffecUratit There ire some vital fact of Inerest *. being tent Florida te ge lots a* I* known. The. crop was
In controlling the I to every Florida farmer IB all the : a* announced In a grows from Jjl_.', Wonderful
a fJ,. Continued On Pig 1 uhsequent: AseotUted Pre.* story. Pearl celery ......
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Cheaper potash for American farmers I'I essential t.rtl1l&er element froMj present lies are very low and the greatest demand .j
nia> gee itukiq for in the ut far dtaaitt : high costs of transportation, aa-i/Dr. J WTorrentine. Florida Grapefruit Is W hat been for 70t and 80s. These have eon
111 fu-ure WIll toe drveti nnwnt u' the weak in charge of the potash investigations sUtently told for IUO a box more than
j depot/it' mintlj discovered In this country I of the Bureau rf Chemistry and the 86s and the 96*. And the 96* have
[ and the FiMHisinn of the American potash Soil, U. & of'-ekultore. Meeting CompetitionIn told better than either the 46* or (4* which
Department
I all the remarkable
InAo i- ( < huh should tend lo In this more because Texas
I citrus average much smaller than Florida
Domestic Markets Light Movement of California Oranges

Considering the volume of orange shipped
the market hat been relatively low
Texas Ships For Times A* Many but, on the other band, the actual receipt
t of orange in the auction markets since '
Boxes At Lt Year I Porto the first of December have been heavier

Rico It Big FactorBY than Uat ePrior to that time they

were only ,.If.. heavy at a year .,.
COL. ... BROWN Florida shipment* have bees about 63
The citrus market jumped to higher last California
rornet tt'm-: : n.t:
level Immediately following the Christmas but moving -
i holiday but failed to hold at those levels ed car has increased. somewhat and there
aa soon M Shipments increased again hat been more oranges from Texas and

Vill'w"eIeM.' Nevertheless, orange*, and grapefruit continue Porto Rico
U average almost $1 per box more The market made a good recovery from
than a year ago while tangerine the weakness which prevailed during the
.. about COe higher. Considering the average total first week of Deoember, and by the end of
the first week in January was fully $1
movement of citrus to market, prices havenot ,
been low by higher. Quality showed encouraging 1mt .
Grapefruit hu any had a JD't sensual teaon rovement t late In December and early in
$ and all factor considered price have January but during the second week in
been very food. Undoubtedly the high quality January it did not average quite to good
and considerable dry or otherwise Inferior
__ and rood appearance ef grapefruit
up l
lto the middle of January had much: to do Fruit was noted. Thi. together with a big
with the price which were received. increase In auction offering caused decline .
Never before hat Florida grapefruit encountered of M to 75> per r.'t.ru market
'I Small Site At
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such str+ i in all
market, although ;Florida shipments to A* with grapefruit the greatest demand
THE TEMPLE HAS date have been only 86 cent a has been for the small .11eI. Th 250 size
per heavya
last The total i bat outsold all other while 288. have been
year. movement
eonilderably -
heavier without second choice. Last year the 126s brought
the heavy Import even from Porto Rico counting which more money thin other site but this
MADE GOOD selling
have been a factor of no small Importance season they are fully' |2 per boxbelow
In the York the small titet.California .
New market. Last year the
have told at
: ibipneittt to this time from orange a premiumof
THIS
WONDERFUL ORANGE LONG up sources
$1 per box or more during the patt .
than Florida
other amounted to 5
MISUNDERSTOOD AND NEGLECTED, I of the total movement, but this percent month, a condition which It due partly to "
year
the fine quality of California fruit and to
they about !
40 fe.c.Gr.pef..tt
represent
HAS COME. INTOrrTS OWN AGAIN. Texas In per All Market the relatively light' offering California

Always recognized a* being without a peer when The production to Text hat been extremely offering hat tended haw to keen been price decidedly up.Tan..rlnee light which
heavy with shipment to date four
t properly grown on the correct root stock the Temple time at great aa lost and the move- have not told aa well accordngly .
some year ago fell into disrepute* because thousands Bent still continuing. year Texas grapefruit I* aslant year tine receipt have been

of young tree, budded on rough lemon root, crowding out Florida in the Northwest and about 85 per cent lighter but price base
such market Portland and been only 8J to We per box higher. Tangerine -
aa Seattle which
produced fruit of a decidedly inferior quality.
:formerly depended on Florida almost exclusively sold fairly well during early December

Many fortunate grower, however had planted Tem throughout the winter season,are now but slumped badly at Christmastime
and tine then hive been
pie on our orange ttock. During the pant several using Texas grapefruit At the *am* time declining
steadily until the average price I is not much
:Texas ihlppert have met
not with good
year, these grove have corrrk into full bearing. lueeeia in New York and other very eastern more than $2 per half box. Quality to
,
deteriorate after the first of January and
market Tb.F..t.
And the remit) disadvantage to
tome complaints have been heard about
far at freight rates are concerned, arid the
A distinctive, beautiful fruit with smooth, firm skins a Texas pack to date hat not been raffia poor quality and condition fruit.

heavy, Juicy fruit, with no tendency toward prematuredrvu iently attractive to place it on a parity One advantage with tangerines appearsto
with the Florida pack. Until an improvement be that they are largely an auction
< out. market fruit Practically all of the ship
II made in -this respect, Florida can
mints to date have to the 8 auction
easily maintain its In gone
thVaeaton advantage market
During of 1927-26, Temple in Orange
east of the Ohio river. I market New York alone receiving morethan
f County averaged Exchange grower $4.79 per' box, Porto Rican competition b not to be half the total shipments. For example .
r f. .. b. Even under the trying condition of kt season Ignored this year a* heavy cargoes are i for the T weeks ending January 17,
they averaged $3.16 per box. till arriving and when combined with the New York ales of tangerine were 393
receipt from Florida keep the market liberally car and total sales for the 8 market only
Considering these return, i* it small wonder that last supplied It may DO a surprise to I, 775 cart. The greatest demand in markets

year we told more Tempi orange tree*than any other Florida grower to know that receipt of I other than New York appear to be at
grapefruit at New York December holida With grapefruit and oranges
daring
one variety) And to far this .season our tale of were the heaviest ever known. The total : Mew York gets about 40 per cent of the

Temple tree equal the combined total of all other unloads were 693 carloads compared with total shipped to the auction markets, which

varieties. 471 cart a difference wt ia much lower than tangerines.The .
1.rtt20i future trend of the citrus market
due to the carload of Porto
We own the exclusive right for the propagation and Rican grapefruit arrived during the month will depend on a large measure on the

sale of Temple tree*. For delivery this season we have compared .with only 4 can for the same quantity of fruit available for shipment.If .

k. ready for your Inspection thousand of vigorous, healthy month last year, While I Florida continue shipments continue at heavy at they
and two bud We recommend the to dominate the quality market the big car have the chances are that prices will remain -
one year taM .
close to levels.
from Porto Rico have effect. present Any impor.tant
of sour orange stock for the heavier soils and Cleopatra p' Lowed Price Before Christmas: decrease In the movement will be-

Mandarin stock for the lighter toil The lowest price of the current season likely to cause an advance of BOe or tl

AND BEST OF ALL. price of Temple trees have been secured just before Christmas when the per hot at least U i* quite possible, how
that the will to de-
average price dropped below $4 for all the ever, movement begin
materially reduced. Writ ut for quotation, or call at auction market combined! arid was down creassd within the next month or ao, Texasand

our nearest office.GLEN to 14.20 at New York. However New York FoVto Rico are not likely to continueshipping
had been lower the previous week. Following ; at their' present rate, and *
then drastic decline which wereprimarily nes will begin to run lighter toon. There
SAINT MARY the result of heavy lupplie the Ie still much doubt and tome skepticism t
market begin to advance and was 60 to In the North about the site of the Florida j
7611 per box higher by the end of the tint range crop, and apparently most everyoneexpected
week In January. After that receipt beganto Is it to over-run estimates. If
NURSERIES CO. Increase again and price gradually essd It does not over-run estimates a better ij
off although remaining: well above M. market should result before the deal closes.

New York I* holding Ht own a* a ,relll-
ORLANDO WINTER HAVEN TAMPA Into market for Florida grapefruit although

this I* largely because the beat Grapefruit ExportsReach
marks come to New York. '
In eontrttt with Jut season the large

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One-fourth of the nation' grapefruit exports -

"l"eis during the past fiscal year passed

through the Florida customs district' which .

for the first time surpassed even the i

New York custom district In volume of export

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EARLY More grapefruit was exported during ul.

114 year which ended June 30, 1929, than ever ,

before although the total did not quite I

BUYERS SAVE q qi reach the million mark. Total export were 1
"0,413 boxes of which 235,194 boxes passed A
=i The equipment you are going to need for through Florida ports. The second mostmportant a

next season should be ordered now. We are yNx, I Iesdere exporting custom district was
New York with
218,011 boxes. California
offering a substantial discount en early I
grapefruit wa*; a factor In the export maret -
for complete outfit and] unit Installation ef a* the exportation ef 140,408 boxes 1

washer, dryer, polisher and liter. Individual machine from Lo Angeles and 12,145. boxes from 1
and repair do not carry a discount San Francisco: indicates.
Th heaviest exporting month of the ,
anticipating,x.111 wants your outfit trill cost yon cenalderablylMi past year was March when 111,971 hazes i
be better planned because more tin were exported. This wa equivalent to approximately
1* available te study your need e 10 ear every day in the month

Our att-ateel packing house equipment It wonderfully which shows the extent ofhau r *
ding : :decade
In this fruit Not .
satisfactory tervk Repairs sad upkeep art bill are ago
fewer more accurate work to don and longer life i:insured.On he total export for a year were less than
the export for a single month of last ....
Headtaarten fr Packing Hoes Machinery lOa.
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/THI PARKER-SKINNER ftlZERb Almost evrey civilised nation under
I the sun--and torn of the not so elYiIiaerl-
Fieri*a Citrus MachiMery Co. tart mmMm s.. *it. N Iv CHWW eJkueta* A;*..ef seas an.Mi sad American grown grapefruit last year.

CORPORATION t- MM tmUMtoai M pn lte" a The destinations reported ranged from ky
DIVISION FOOD MACHINERY rips ere onus MM ., ace to uHZ Labrador to trepi BruU. Far off Ceylon

1;. C. SaJntter, President DweJam, Florid moos. ore -' ...ra..1st wa a MKhaaer of grapefruit while NewZealand
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45 years Henry Harper was a railroad detective up i,11 This frank statement about the.crop-producing pow-r
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la 1922 at the age of 6"3 he came to Florid I. of DOADurs Fertilizers-and the Field Service behind these
bought some heavily-timbered land at Lady Lake Lake Count]'. goods-is Very timely. It emphasizes the importance pf getting

,. and turned citrus-grower. Here, in his own language is th e the right fertilizer and using it in the way that produces the

,story of a remarkable success: biggest possible profit. ,

"My grove was "born sod raised' on BKADUYS.Fertilize and Row We Can Help ..
A.A.C Field Service I had never seta a citrus grove before 19 U.
' hid results four six .Having served Florida for over half a century The
but I have great My tree are only to. : years growers
old.. yet the grove has already'paid for lt el!. American Agricultural Chemical Company knows the kind of

... "Here la the record of my trees; 3-year trees average {54 box per fertilizer that produces best results and how it are that. Jtrtiliwto'gft
tree; 4-year trees average {4 box per tree; ,-ear trees average 1 ., fiber cnffr itt. ,'
.:box: per tree and 6-year trees 1J4! box per tree. i
A. A. C. Service Man has the benefit of that
Every experience.:
fruit unlike has been of
"The some young trees, highest quality
Last'season I sold it for $} a box: on the creel, and as you know, His viewpoint is kept up to 'date by daily contact with the
prices were none too good. grower's'everchanging problems. His is not "book I'amin'4 r

"The trees have gone ahead without a setback. They have made "-.- is practical two-fisted experience .. and it produces results.This .
,,-- a fine,uniform growth every seatoa.., '
: FieldfService it producing results for other It
."So you see why there is no'bigger booster than .I am foe growers.
BXADUVS Fertilizers. .I believe ia your goods.your Field Service 'may help I increase your profits too. There are, no: strings tiedto
r and ia your Company.' this ..e..vice.We would welcome the opportunity to co-operate

Dec 30.1919. 'HENRY,HARPER with you..Just mail the coupon, today. .

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SIX FARM AND GROVE SECTION

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COLD SNAPS HELP so that they will we much mere thaa they .

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The PROFITABLE Fertilizer STIMULATE PRICES Aa example ef what eaa bo done along
I this tine b iflutraUd by the efforts of
OrtgoB pear growers to Detroit. Last seg. J
for VEGETABLES and CITRUSNITR0PHoS1' ON FLORIDA TRUCKCold son Ortgo pear grower cent two can of
BoN pear to Detroit and bad difficulty la
dinposlnr of thorn. Through odaeatlonal
effort they developed a demand, however
Damag To LouWaM i And T tsar, and this year Detroit handled 80 car oi
Boo pear la a mock more satisfactory
Crop Shut Off Large SupplyBy j
manner thaa It handled two last years
which shows what can be don in develop

CO .. r.. BROWN biff a market y.

AlMtjIMS Nitrogen Phosphoric Acid PotoihI6V2 Truck crop* brought good prices during Mexican Green Pea Competition
String bean have
January ana with the' possible exceptions been aa outstanding
2171& of Florida truck crop this season, and ship.
16Y2 string bans and strawberries values i
Z meat to onto have been four time a*
soon higher than normal for tilt month.
Potash from Muriel Crop damage was severe in some soothers heavy a* a year ago. Naturally this hat T
sections during December which limited had an effect oa prices and the market hat

3 15* 15Y2 19 shipments to a point where then were I there been lower wa .UrJ:.was last failure.rear when :
crop Goodstring )
barely month vegetables to ._d.
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Potash from ( '
Sulphate bean
While northern dealers reported rather sold mostly from $I to $5 pea
'IT* buhMW daring January it did not basket which ahonld bow a moderate pro I
15. 11 26'/2 Bt to the grower. CoasidsrW the large i
4 Mm to have any marked effort on Florida
track quantity hipped, string bean have moved)
crop
For Muck Soil very ,,.n. Moreover, string bean have
The severe damage which occurred to bad a greater amount competition front I

X IS 30'US to Louisiana the Mississippi that; off Valley shipments markets of vegetables to quite ::i:wand::lower anal.than string have and ;

Where High Phosphate Fertlllter It :aired .a extent, especially cabbage, escarole and consequently make Just a* good a "special"for ,',
ulfceUuMooi '
greens. This season Loot- the retailers a* Wans.
? IBM bas been shipping only small
NTTROPHOSKA give the yield quality and early maturity lot where a year ac* they were sending express One of the bright spots in th* vegetable
f cartels to market regularly dorinv Jannary. deal a* far a* price are concerned.*
you need lot the bert market Make one or more application Texas Crop Delayed by Cold been lettuce. With only half aa many car*
Toxa ha had to ship as hut year prices hav been con/
more damage from cold
,,a*desired,using only Vi to Va u much N1TROPHOSKA weather than normally, bat total damage latently high, and at time Florida Biff

e a. of ordinary analysis fertilizer has not been very great apparent!'. (ice Boston ban old for almost as much pea 1
were delayed la many instances where the package as Iceberg despite the fact that
other dames wa slight At rate tilt Iceberg package weigh Much _.... II fwould j
For a quick-acting Nitrogen ilde.dreuing use Texas shipment hare continued any at a normal be decidedly uawis. however. for

CALCIUM NITRATE-IS Nitrogen and 20% Calcium. rat, and the beat Information available 1'fOto plunge into heavy acreage of i
indicates that vegetable lettuce because there I* no getting sway)
production
It will stimulate and feed your.plant a* soon a* applied there will be at least a. large a* Ian year. from the fact that more and more user
In California and condition aN turning to tINt Iceberg typo. Eating
and when they need It most. Arizona ...
bar been somewhat feret ilar. Cauliflower places have always Big Boston but
wa delayed throughout California this season It has been noticeable that more
and cold
DJlatrlbut.nt JACKSON CHAIN CO., Tampa, Fla. weather in the fall delayed Arizona lettuce of them are using Iceberg lettuce instead
M that It eM Into market along with Imperial of Big Boston in their sandwiches and this
J, Consult our Plant City Office for Valley. Then seems to be little doubt sandwich tracIe accounts for a surprisingly'
Growers'Service and Information that Iceberg shipments for the next threeor Inure part of the Biff Boston demand.
four month will be heavier than eve The cabbage market ha averaged about
before If market condition the same, a*In the pst two .Masons which
are at all favor
Synthetic Nitrogen Products able. Yet th!* should act inUrefere with U largely because everyone hat rushed
Florid Big Boston and Romaine lettuce, cabbage along to market not only la the
Corporation line' there it a steady trade which demands South, but 1* the North. After the old
.... .. these varieties cabbage crop I* exhausted it would not
wee'Ir....It.*. AttaaM.*)* CIIJr.(
be
The old cabbage crop I* cleaning up surprising to HO some fancy prices rulIng -
rapidly and not in the new cabbage market unless
mar than 1,000 car remained
SYNTHETICJlNITROCiEKMoikiris on January 20 including holding Texas prove to have a much greater ton.nags *
U both New York and WiMotuin. Coney than anyone ha* estimated so far
quently there should be fairly good cabbage Florida Celery Start Early
This to ef the earliest eel..oU
market for the next few month one
I 1 I L 1' l the HOI hold true with celery, a* oa record and th movement to date has
N.ay State unloaded its been unusually heavy (o far as Florida 1*
:I: Ing sooner than usual and California concerned. This had tended to keep price
shipments have dropped lielow those of laityear down and Florida celery baa sold mostly
$2 to $3 depending on quality and
Qaality Packing Necessary whether Mix fat the rough and washed and
It la apparent that many shipper are precooked. Judging by price alone there
not riving quite aa much attention to the should be an advantage in washing and pro-
quality of their pack a* they should. Dur cooling celery even though it cost money: ) c
lag the pant month ear of various vegetables to do it. And now that Nsw York I* clean.
were refused la some of the markets, ed up and California shipment are on the
yet fancy can ef the same commodity were wans, the chief of Florida competition will
-a selling for high price*. It should be kept come from within the state. Prices will do
pond oa how well Florida and ship
firmly la mind by grower and shippers growers
that Northern markets Imply will not pen handle the marketing of their product.:
pay
good prices for poor products. Tb shipment indicate that Florida hat
Track crops also suffered from lack of more strawberries' than anyone has titt
well organized dMriuotioo and there I* mated. TIle earlot movement to market
still a definite tendency toward overloading baa been much greater than last year do
New York and Philadelphia I while" Interior, spite tile setback by cold weather. Consequently .
market are practically bar of suppllee. A prices have been relatively low a*
good example ef this was string bean compared with previous year, an not low
which. moved to Chicago la only limited when the volume Is considered. cannot ,
quantities and sold there for fully ft per be expected that with production as heavy e
basket more than New York and Philadel. as it _ow fa in Florida that the delivered
phi were paying merely because tINt latter price win be much better than the to 40*
market were getting ample supplies per quart. However this important ex-

7-w .. ...m.l olae with oa.eels ea........ tee ps..l.e Markets a* large as Cleveland and Pittsburgh an caption might be price made an if sure more to market be Bus-
opened up
war also scantily and
e..rw.W AMIUMf meat N luej M rl.M wkfctull rs.tml in __ supplied most talaod better than at present. Then an
of the tim were above New York and
ani al at Jbnemie (ulf.l*
i Philadelphia Moth the same situation applied still many good sized markets which get
.i to strawberries. TheN 1* undoubtedly very few Florida berries.
need for more work la opening up Pepper hav sold at high price although
For Increased Crop-Yields Use to: of these ether market, even though not quite so high as a year ago. All
they could take only limited quantities mSTOKES t the markets require Florida pepper and no
other state can equal Florida In the quality
.t Ks groan pepper. Price have ranged
Maganese Sulfate quite from M toper crate for the bent stock

Tory few Florida tomatoes have arrived
SEg) SERVICES this season a* compared with last year and
Increased yield senior maturity and frost ef ...... quality aad l even with liberal import prices have been
flavor are obtained with the aapakatlM of .........* ...,.... Ah Ytnrntnfvto.mrts high. Good Cuba tomato packed H

assists U Uo correction ef Chhraol Oe O .* tomato, piacb, Florida style bare been selling for H to

Number*, tmt ether ....... The OutstandingWATERMELON taper crate.Escarol
; I ha* oU well this season and

'I Tests .. crop including tomatoes, peon, ........ eanete, beet*, otraw eggplant aatf cucumber whenever available -

:;n berrle-potatoes. taralps, lad ether vegetables, showed increased yield In Louisiana have brought evidently high helped prices.the The demand freeze

I\ ef from 10 .. 100%. For Florida for ..,.,.,1..

Can IM seed mixed with you regular fertilizer e* aa a aid ire..lag Spraying every 10 to 14 day with Bordeaux

I to the Jesse pleat. When mixed with regular jattregea phcspaera, andpeUsslniu WEATHERFORDWATSON mixture will keep strawberry leaf

I commercial ImD,..,. It replae ransom scorch troubles under control according to
the Florida experiment Station.
Ask your dealer for copies .( reports by Go?onaeut and State AgmM -

... en the sea and application of Manganese hJf... te pleat If .Plant Now

a* cannot supply yea writ to M direct giving .1 lilt alma,
S&50 Per Single u).

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Florida Identified PRODUCTION PLANS TO present financing extended by the speculative solve through. the oppor&lAl1J.Ie possible :,
potate and ether vegetable and fruit under the new aitricultursl marketing
BE BASED ON
DEMAND
interest art and through the federal Farm Board .
With Formation Of ...a.- The finding further how that there ta that production can be adjusted to a profitable
Continued Front Page 1 no bah for the tnit and vegetable farmer level only through: organisations that 11

the latest Department ef Agriculture ... through the preeeat unorganized system of effective tale of crop can lie carried out
Potato Cooperative lease which Bays in part: The domestic production aad HUing that the farmers only through nationwide cooperative marketing.
market may Improve later la the year, but it should rellao that they mast help thaw .

U likely I that the demand for farm prod
net in the --------
Plan for the development of central summer and fall ef 1930 will
a
be at good at during last Bummer and fall
marketing program for potato and apple The demand for torn farm product* already
M presented by representative *f eo-oj>era. has been affected by the decline la Indus
tin associations handling..* two p trial activity since last June. Butter cotton 'What Will Your

duct, hM been approved by the Federal nand wool have been noticeably affected and
Farm Board. apples, potato, and grains hare failed thus
far to make the usual seasonal price adsvanes
The potato group selected tb* following Harvest Be ?

' committee to work with the board la carryIng "Th outlook for farm mortgage financing

out the recommendations for the potato and for marketing credit U more favorable .
than a 1 001a the other ham
Industryt
year <<
The answer to that question depend principally the kind
W. A the outlook for production credit appearsless on
Barton s.n oral eastern
ahon of Virginia Produce manager. : satisfactory In moat of the South. A of need you plant.!

Colorado.Virginia Potato W. F. Heppe general managed, work somewhat will be larger available supply probably of labor at for slightly farm THE: KILCORC SEED COMPANY ha .had 20 year of ex-
Grower
Exchange 601- lower ia Florida, atudyuig the particular Med requirement ol
Cooper building. Dearer. Colorado. K. P. wage during th M'i'i1o of the Florida
Hlbst. general manager Michigan Potato yssr. The general farm grower The Kilgore Mod growing field are located ia
Growers Exchange. Cadillac Michigan. H. machinery U expected to remain about the the NORTH and WEST. They are thoroughly" inspected and

M,' Reblaaoo, manager Hastings Palate same a* during the last four yean, while. certified each auramer by our Profeeeor IL W. Schneck who
Growers Association, Bantings, florida. T. there I* ao evidence of aa immediate
has had f IJ experience ia HId breeding and election work
W. Bennett Sooth Carolina Produce Association change in price for fertilisers. year
Jfsggott. .. C. W. k. Thompson Dairy and UvesterkIlog for the government A teed letting laboratory to insure) proper fl
Caribou. Maine. price in 1930 are expected to average germination and extensive trial ground to 1 Insure purity ol type,

Urging that potato be treated a. a at least a* high as In 1929, and possibly are now being maintained by THE KILCORE SEED COM-
major commodity by the federal Farm higher A reduction In slaughter supplies PANY Plant What .
at City. could be done the
Board, the potato group recommendation i* indicated, but this probably will b* more to provide
continued a* follow I partially offset by a decrease ia foreign. proper kind of reed for the Florida grower) Kflrora't "Bred.

"A natioo-wid fanner-owned and eon- and domest1 demand for hog product Rite" vegetable, flower and field crop seed are absolutely the

trolled cooperative marketing system. "Beef cattle ralrar who contemplate expanding best seed that money can buy
founded basically oa community locals production are faced with a gen
grouped into district or rational organiseiiona oral tendency to Increase the number 01 The answer also depend on the care and attention you give

and through then into 1 national cattle and with a downward trend In price your crop during the growing season. For beat results, use Kil-
intern, most com into bel\aa the only: over the next deeadThe *. '
fertilizer Insecticides duster and
marketing that that gore ,, prayer, especially
agency
underlying dairy situation I* not a*
are antagonkti to either the prodneara1 or bad a* would appear from present butter adapted to Florida conditions.

consumer' need. Such a aet-op should prices, but unites. dairy herd are closely
b* clearly tot forth aa the complete plan ended and more heifers sent to slaughter

." preliminary to the formation should and there will be a further Increase ta the tie e
regional organisation which
coma of herd In and
dairy 1931 1982.
late being almoltanooady. At the tame
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outlook for and
time the Misting eo-eperatlYe should oftabllsa poultry
a central committee representative egg doe not Justify any lawman in pro '
of thorn already In operation and spot duetloa *f chicken ever 192, either for
which new co-opratiM should hare reproaentatinn. eggs or meat, unless producers are willing
This committee should act asa to face the prospect of redactions la priwlevel

coordinating body to eeenre all the na- *. 10...'* Bred.Rite Dark tong
tioa-wide benefits Inherent ia collective "A considerable Increase In the bearing Green Cucumber ...
merchandising and purchasing. grapefruit and oranges la ex
Most Help Them elves 2II probability heavy grape pro
That there U no help,for the farmer low price continue
\ through the present uncoordinated system "Cantaloup prices probably will be WHAT WILL YOUR PROFIT BE?
of production and attribution) that the lower this year fa the early producing sections
farmer should radix that they most help and a moderate decrease la acreage
After
producing the beat harvest
themselves through the opportunity now la the Intermediate and late action isrecommended possible you will want to market
your in the strongest and moat attractive. container te Increase
mad possible for them nader the Agricuftural la order to raise. price to the crop
profit. The new improved container for Florida KiLoGORE'S
your produce
Marketing Actt that level few Watermelon
production of
can
a year ago. "BILT-RITE" HAMPER fills the ...
be to just bill. It i* better tools
adjusted level
a profitable only grower should plant a somewhat smaller morel
through organizations that effective me
men acreage. You can also Increase your profit by canning the surplus. Kilgor
chandiaing be carried oat
can only through
: "Prospect* for strawberry growers now ha the eats and canning machine
nation-wide cooperative warketiing. This sent to M better than ia any year fine
entail a recognition among the membership 1924; smaller prospect and
of the usefulness of the individual .rJ'
there I is likelihood yield la sonic
member to his cooperative organisation and districts."Potato. I

hi* responsibilities therein and with it, the grower report that they intend -
aaefulneo of the organization to the indi
vidust."The! to plant an acreage six per cent larger

potato group anggeeta.. If h U feasible thaa was planted last year apparently forgetting Xt1ltXltc'IIAb1PERS
the ef 1928. The
that the following. means b* adoptedto unprofitable news i
high potato price being received now are
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further formation of such aa organisation -
not the result eta low acreage hut Mason,

(a) That the Federal Farm Board, if it but are due almost entirely to adverseweather
adopt theao loggeationa, endora them a* condition but tumnur. If the Intentions
the policy for the potato industry.b for 1930 are tarried out, prospect
( ) That the exteneloa divisions of the are for lower potato price after the first

tate college of agriculture and the United of July.
State Department of Agriculture be "The Constant: tendency toward expansion ..
brought tate the program of lettuce acreage, particularly la
(c) That the existing eooperativo b* California and Ariaona confront the industry
asked to gin their unqualified rapport and with difficult marketing problems, .
assistance te enlarge the cooperative move although there la ar vet no evidence that

Bent. the peak-sf--demand--has-been reached. PROMPT AND EFFICIENT SERVICEEVERYTHING


SECRETARY HYDE REPORTS'ON MARKETING OF TRUCK FOR THE FLORIDA GROWER

AND FRUIT DISCUSSED
EVERGLADES DRAINAGEFlood FROM KILGORE'S "BRED-RITE" SEEDS TO

Continued From Page 1 KILCORE'S "BIL T.RITE" HAMPERSEleven
control and development of waterways tires ef organised farmer association

of the Florida Everglade occupied Meting with tile Farm Board In their final Kilgore stores serving Florida:leested at plant
a prominent part of the report of Secretaryof report showed that no national program for City Bell blade Pempaae, Bewliat Green
Agriculture Hyde to the house river fruits and vegetable, far-reaching la effectto Canal Point, Palmetto Sanford, Tore Beach Wavchila,
and harbor committee, which had asked stabilize production, and set up la a modra MM_&- N. W. Ida Street.If .
for information regarding the fertility of of commodity telling to protect
system
within reach of f
net easy w ear stores, we CM
the soil and advantage to bo derived from
essential interest with reasonable ear-
apply yov direct from ear main tore ale wareheoa at
water control in that section taiaty and profit against lows, had ever Pleat Ctty. Order filled same day a* received. -
Th secretary mid. that taviagabl channels before been established. Under present
loading from Lake Okeechobee te Atlantic practice' the report eay. the vegetable CALL OB wartm rot IM CATALOGUer
and gulf porta would make possible and trait grower ef Florida and all ether r
water traiMpertatioa for produce tote* are subjected to direct financial
the Everglade This service eeaid"should loeae* through the laadequacy ef the present
be ef considerable value to the force to stabilize production and marketing '
lands tributary to the waterway la the interest ., both producers aDd
Flood control work would be ef great' consuare u, HreSeedCa'BREDRITE
set befit to the land Immediately adjacent A* a result, the farmer interest wesubmerged
to the lake, but diversion of floodwaters aad this typo of farming has ,
from the lake to the sea, through become more aad more haiardou and *n- .
outlet channel weald have beneficial effect profitable under production and marketing } SEEDS
upon that part of the Everglade lyIng methods ever which"* farmer has. a* eonrel -
soma and east at Lak* Okeechobee and which do not moat present need. GYI
Ja it to N. Industry caa survive inch conditions
themfor << necessary provide out _
only the surplus water that fan Indefinitely.
Th final report of this recent important
upon that section of the Everglade
conference recommend that the Federal
"Only a small part of the Everglade
BOLENS Tractors
ha been Farm Board orgaaiae. a nation-wide far
provided with adequate drainer. mer-owned and controlled marketing *.
the report sold, "and this only for a comparatively ty
team founded basically en community local oe +.n ,. w r..n
abort Urn*. This drained Include Mo rzuaa..ew. ftwO'
ana association grouped inte direct or regional wr awett..e. "M
.* a considerable portion of the boat organizations and through them Into a e tr e 4ae /r .. r.w
sw .r 6Wa.a..rr
land te the The custard vise
Everglade apple national system with several million dot- r erw,. a on w.t.
mock and tome of tile intermediate lOB lars ta capital. Bach an agency mast come

typo which cover only a small percentage Into being at the only one that aa* no Interests core sew.. + a. .
e. wr.n r..a
... of tile total area, have demonstrated their that are antagoaiaU to the need ef nrot mru wwwnt.n.s w ow wr.a.w ,.hem,,.
value for growing sugar etna, track crop either producer or consumer.

and peanut." Such a *..*. should clearly art forth r e...rr. r .sta..ft. tw.w.rp-11 +w
formation *f local or regional organizations era eeewer..rpe s..rm.wse.
which should com Into Ming timaluaoeualy -
Ail early start good laud, good seed, for potato**. A system U crop prods CLEASON-BAILEY CO.row ,
toad fertilising and right praying at the Uoa fmanagement under proper control sad: ..... pron.....
proper time all f. O. ter nrM sea. liPA Keat.aaeo. :
together, ought to brine of farmer cooperative* and .. ,
'uceee* to the watermelon rrowor. for the farmer benefit hJ4 replace. tile yLeanas





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PERFECT CHICKS Florida Egg Florida Greens- -



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Sir Remarkable ShowingCooperative Florida Poultry 't



Marketing AssociationHas BY C. n. MAGOOV
"fi d Beetlelle.,1Neslss Sold 10,000 Cases Of Assistant
County Agent Daval County
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m"aaG1. Egg: Profitably I Agricultural DepartmentThe
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: -- average poultry keeper Is always
::/ : l raniClath BY C. H. McLENNAN much concerned about the quality of the

....-a.l.e..T.rdw"I. Central Florida Poultry Producers Cooperative mash and scratch feed that he gives his
\ .tre terminated Its first fiscal year on flock. The feeling exists that these, espec r
: tally the mash, Is the king pin upon which.
w i.Mn.r "u.... December Slit, and according to the offI- depend
to
a very great extent the yieldof
sa sl,:1fuwFaeas; :MtAI cial audit mad by Mason and Potter certified egg that be will get from his flock.
-* MMt u tzLt flat public accountant, fs In a strong financial This may be true but only if the musk is r
ff k .sass...rf tar bad.a....",... position. The association hat sold reinforced with sufficient green food.
I I orir Kdttr w...bx....".". approximately. ten.thousand. .cases. .of. .egg old To succulent begin with the baby chicks at 10 days
in in urn eigni 17161.n green food In increasing,
a> haaL: 4 of operation six of amount should be given them.
For young chicks the greens should be
which during the
were of a very tender growth and a* low In
period of lowest produc fibre a* possible. Lettuce teem to meet
tion. It has received a these requirement about as well or better
premium over the Jacksonville I than any other. 'The top or sprout of
-THIS DEALER TRIED IT NIMSELF- ( quotationsor sprouted oats where cut fine in a cutter
or with knife or hatchet also give satin
all Its standard egg factory results for young ehkks. Special
% which have keen marketed attention should be paid to aeelng that
AND RAISED CHICKS 25 OVERWEIGHT!
through wholesaler whatever form of green are fed that they
in over important city are crisp and free from wilted matter.
awes Ayes .
A* chicks other and
grow, coarser form
Last season Pratt announoDon't expect chicks toed York. One car toad"o" Central Florida. eggs of green may be used successfully. When
Is reported to have been shipped by awholesalers the young stock leaves the brooders and
special of to the Atlanta market whereit are put out on pasture be sure that the
a processing get the nourishment from was favorably received by the trade. green food available sufficient and that
The Association ended the year with a It is tender and of such nature that the
Buttermilk Baby Chick other foods however good, reserve of $1,043, and high tribute has chicks like It. Old tough: gras. weed and
been paid to 0. Roscoe Ryan the managerfor other II1'Owlllftthlnr:* that are mature and
i Food that .enriched this the returns and financial strength: of no for greens, will not be
unless they have. enoughVitamin the Inatlutlon which he manage AU county eaten ncr poultry except as a last resort.
food with Sun-Vitamin D agent, bank and the large poultryraen The chart accompanying this piper shows
D. Rich as Pratts is of Central Florlca have written letter some of the more common source of green:
that it raised perfect chicks the operation of the food and the seasons of the year that they
i in all the food" elements that association which on an average, has returned may be expected to furnish green for
in a dark room. the producers a three cent higher It cart A more complete and comprehensive
price than they formerly received for their i has been prepared by the Agricultural
build bone
muscle nerve egg. "Thl bail of return," say Julian I College at Gainesville. Copies of
Out one Wisconsin dealer Langner who Is the official adviser for I this may be had by addressing s request
blood feather and constitutional the .. "must not be confused." So them direct 1
"from Missouri" So hetried .. .ocl.tloD. .. ..
wa Tau increase or three cents u not a three A' a source 01 green through the ran
= vigor chicks must, cent higher price than the market but a and winter laying: season and for the breeders .
the experiment himself three cent higher net average than the it will be found hard to excel a pastureof
have Sun-Vitamin Dto former average price the producer of central oat and rye" or either one separately.
f in his own basement. The Florida received on the Jacksonville For smaller area upon which to use a
thrive. quotations. Formerly central Florida poul- lawn mower to produce a daily supply of
result astonished him trymrn received five cent below I the Jacksonville green Italian By Crass will be found
so to be excellent
quotation NJW they only receive
That's why "the two cent below the Jacksonville quotations When of a supply of green
that he became originalfor ore'1:
crusader :
a w.. do
and it must be remembered that Jack- n little handful once a day,
anvils quotation are not prices paid to but all the bird will clean up In an hour
Pratt.. All his custom baby food for baby chicks"is producers but prices asked by wholesaler* twice a day atMeast It will call for some
for farm or yard run of eggs." The Asloclation outlay of a small amount of
ers were urged to nourish processed to give, this vital ha increased its membership to money to ntrb:1t: will l be repaid I many
approximately 2(0 producer and the number times over in increased health vigor( and
new chicks with this food element in abundance. of hen baa Increased from 39,800 on production.!
>. April 23rd, 1929 to over 75,000 on December : Rourre of Green
that supplied in abundance Adding Vitamin D to the 31st. Last week the Association *ue.cenfully Lawn clippings, eollard*-year round.
marketed over 600 cane of egg: Cabbage, rape, Chinese cabbage, lettuce-

the one'j/F element that prevents other splendid elements thus In a demoralised market. cool Goats month and, fall rye,-winter winter, 'P pasture. .


F' leg-weakness, low vitality makes Pratts complete in Seven Counties Will -napier-Mustard grass,to eowpeas, beret, kale"weed Bermuda Mexican cloversummer grass,

= and slow growth. Asa vitamin and food value. .
Have Exhibits At The FLORIDA MOTOR LINES

consequence losses of this See Pratt dealer ADD
your SPECIAL SERVICE
Central Florida Show
kind Were cut to a fraction Write for his lit -
us name. Extra motor bu service to the South
= for his customers: Florida Fair from practically every city at
answering, we'll stand free a Seven counties wily be represented at low round trip fares wa announced by
the coming Central Florida Exposition at T. B. O'Steen. traffic manager of the Flor.
Of course, the dark room famous book.. Orlando February 18-22, with displays that Ida Motor Lines and affiliated companies.
will offer a complete panorama of the tremendous From St Petersburg oase will leave
is But let "Raising agricultural resource of this ceft- every: hour for the Union Bu station at
test an extreme one. snot tral' hill and lake region of Florida. Tampa between the hours of seven In the

far that from those Baby Chicks." The counties that have already made arrangements morning and Soo P. M., and at <::30, 7:30,
so at for exhibits are Lake. Oscoola, 9:00:: and 11:00 P. M, trip
Voluala Seminole, Marlon Brevard and from Tamp on the same th'i r: The
dark damp days of FebruPratt Food Orange, the latter to be represented by round trip fare will be $1.80 via the Candy
eight community displays. Bridge.f .
ary and March when chicks Co., 187 Walnut Lake County will: have an exhibit 60 There will be special bus service from
feet ofnthelOO feet deep, Grooving the Lakeland, Winter Haven Clearwater: and
nowadays are hatched and St., Philadelphia entire aide I of "Tarpon Spring at low round trip fares to
Auditorium where the county display will ampa.
started. Pa. be shown. This exhibit wlU be arranged At the fair Itself the Florida Motor
In the form of a huge fruit bowl with more Lines will maintain free travel bureau in
than 7& boxes of fruit shown Large representation the Snow buiMin' where *. expert touring
of segment of an grange will tounsellor will give tourists who call at the
form the background.Clifford motor line booth any travel Information
R. HUM, county agent will have desirable.
charge of the Lake county display of fruit The Fair travel bureau has planned Itlne-
and vegetable Home demonstration work ties for any type of tour by either motor
will be featured also in the booth this bus train, air, or automobile with luggeitlon -
PRATTS BUTTERMILK phase being supervised Vf Mr*. Mary Allen, a* to hotel reservations, good place*
home demonstration agent of the county. to obtain meals along route, eta There
On-eola county will hare the largest ... will be no charge for this service.
hibit it has ever made in any fair at the
central Florida .event their booth space
measuring (0 feet In length with a 10 foot producers and] shipper More celery is
BABY CHICK FOOD depth. A varied snowing of the productsof grown in Seminole than by any other flor
h the soil of Os eola county will be offered id* county.Individual.
in this attractive display under' the i farm exhibits by Davis and
direction of County Agent J. R. Guars and Gist of McIntosh and O. L. Crlder, also of r
GROWING MASH LAYING MASH Miss. Alblna Smith home demonstration McIntosh will represent Marion county
agent.Volutla. while Brevard county will be "raml.nUI-
county will exhibit the canning represented In the flower, rabbit and poultry -
Americas Qualify Feed line and preserving of citrus fruits a branch Shows of the .
of the citron industry which h becoming The Orange county committee to have
more prominent each year. MISS Orpha 'displays Include Apopka Winter Garden,
Cole ..... demonstration agent, will havecharts Oeoee, Oakland. FairrUla. Union Park, fell-
of this booth.ftralawle wood and Winter Park. K. C Moore county t
= county win be represented with agent will bat charge ef then community 1r
a celery sUtptay ae rraaexe far the eel*** ulllbita.PAGE .



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(Especially written for FlOrida Farm an

'r Grove section) .
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Another new publication of the Department
: which should appeal to many peopli
I In Florida la Farmer' Bulletin No. 1349en 5 \
"culture of Citrus Fruits In the Gul r t A
States." This bulletin touches on eitrsculture
In ill of the Gulf states where i: tl
ill practiced, but most of the bulletin dealt 4w
r with citrus growing In Florida. It shout A
be of great Interest to those who have had

little experience* In citrus *. Another ,.,
new bulletin; which" has special Interest a''
this season I I. Farmer' Bulletin No. 1691Th
title I I. "Trannplanllng Tree and I)
"
Fhnibs

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'f" More than 10,000 square mile of terri, !a 4

tory In Florida, Alabama, Mississippi an their 7
Texas hair recently been released from the I
Federal rattle-tick quarantine by the D*-
purtment of Agriculture. The entire state
of Alabama, under the new order, li f 1
sera '
:rom the tick Georgia got LIVESyOUDHANDS
of her lass ticks: earlier In 111.211. .


Ii About 10 year ago scientists of the De are in-: A is r
\ partment discovered that blooming oj
fJntlle I determined by the length tan make chrysanthemum o -
poinsettias bloom at almost:: any season ;
A* a remit of this discovery a partnership /
hu been effected between farmers In FlorIda
and Maryland. The Maryland farms "
giant type of tobacco which brings ,
roJ price, but it will not mature seed
there became the days arc too long In late DOWN LITTLE THINGS. .not long out of their shells .

lummer. When grown in southern Florida how much they mutt depend on you for the things \
this plant can wait for the hotter days of they need to live and get big. They need a feed filled f v\
autumn without danger of frost damage ,
Florida produce the iced and Maryland the with nourithmcnt A feed which will build bone quickly t

bacco. build muscle strong change foil to feather lava ,

hurry all this they demand. and yet their little f f
Once upon a time the peanut was' con crop can handle only one tiny thimbleful of feed a daft a .. ,I d
tldored worthless. Now It la recognized asa e
first-clan legume hay, equal 1 In feedingValue What a job for feed I ;
I '
to clover or alfalfa hay. By using Co"aldcrhrluStulCDIChow..muhouU-maah.. :
the modern picking machine sand and dui for this Job I In every thimbleful of Startena Chow math \ ;'

can be separated from peanut hay and its are 12 ingredient In Startena Chow all-math .,. It
value greatly increased.POULTRY .
ingredients I Cod liver oil dried buttermilk alfalfa

flour. granulated meat. these and others are there '

COOPERATIVE each one with a real Job to do.

INCLU'bES' WHOLE STATE All these ,ingredienti. think how carefully they '

mutt be mixed to make every thimbleful alike Purina ;

Continued From Page 1 Startena Chow i* mixed over and over again 960 ,

time Just to be thorough I And you will find the tame \

manager associations.In charge AlrefQy of plans operations are being of both pre care taken with Baby Chick Chow (scratch) to be w. a w '!

p-red for submission to the Federal Farm fed with Startena Chow math until your chicks are six

Board for a state-wide marketing agencywhich week old and with Purina Browses Chow (math) ,
Is to be known a* Florida Egg Producer and Purina Intermediate Ilea Chow (scratch) to be
Co-operative in which as commencing -
units the two above named associationswill fed from then on until the pullet are laying at 16 week '

be the, first members, while an invitation Your chick* 'What they do for themselves v what PURINA PURINA

Is to be extended to the Gulf Coast they do for you. it entirely in your handt. They cat to S1ARTENA J
body as soon as organization In that territory GROWENA
as a regional body has been completed little yet it count to much that you can afford to f '

1.S09 Cams A Week do only one thing. feed Purina Startena Chow I CHOW CHOW I
There are now approximately 75,000 hens
In the Central Florida' Association 1 By theme
.- this Issue of Florida Firm and: Grove AT IMf STORE WITH THE CHtCxtn'OAHO SICl
gore to press It I Ie anticipated that there ....
will be not less than 60,000 hens In the, t
North Florida body from David and Nassau :
counties alone, while the total number ol

bens signed up In the two organisation by ----...
March let will undoubtedly be In the neighborhood i
of 150000. This will give the two are point of concentration and consume SQUABZB00KZEREE;; ;;

units a marketing operation of some 1500 only part of the egg produced and conentrated .,-. ----. .-..a_-...wwwM'aM For 81 Bred I* Ly Pullets t
cam of per week during the flush In their packing house The ,
and eggs balance of shipped to other consuming :'f .r.-\$ rra ipWiHlM m smttiriita ftooti. Noel to Jm
week are
season lome COO, canes per next egg hatched White and limes 1 ..Incas. AMOTM.
fall assuming the associations do not Increase centers and It ls these eggs which Mescal Wtkfc While few*.. R, r Md., WrufelM,
membership and the ratio of Increase must not compete with each other In anyway Buff Orplndttu! Jeans 0..*... .j'k ..'....1. dark.tm .
In flock I I. not maintained Neitherof In the terminal market Therefore BESS, ,* 12 Free ..Write lof prkM, Stalin kM U4 MMlif

these event however are likely' to hap Florida Egg Producer la being organized cribrW prior k Murrk tUX NWBU ttrm aVR.IrkMlM, Mttlll. ,_ '
WithAseek
pen. Actual results of successful operation sing generally the Mm principle and ; fare prlrM ea Qnltr rhlrfca
by Central Florida poultrymen show plan of P. E. P. (Pacific Egg Producers) 4jD'A iaiMKMAN Mw.
'..t Increases In the number of hen per nd this new organisation is expect*!. to n V Ohm
flock of from 80 to 100 per cent over last be functioning before the end of the present I
year packing aeaaon. True Facer on Rabbits BUNKER'S BETTER
This Impressive Increase I I. the mon Reduce Overhead 'write hr fiW-. V Mane rn
amazing in that for the three year previous Operation of such an organization I II I her Tk> MMttoMl Kn r BABY CHICKSAll
; to the operation of Nee Central Florida going to materiallyroduce overhead cost It....., aim. M.w nested.
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WkltaL at rsm..aele eels. AWe PojtuW' BrwhID
Association there had been a definite of the two units already planning to federate saw wr emkaa.n sash ] .Me HMrklni Rwy WM. *
decrease in the number of hen per flock for marketing la this manner a* wellas I M NT aww' end err. .17"' .... POULTRY a *LrritCOMPAXT
lu Central Florida. eliminate marketing eonpetlon for pr*- AI Montr* tAnmn ; '
federation f* Solution sely similar grade and quality of eggs aa 11M' '1'..... 'Ie.1r.T.lI 'St .. Bar K lackMnlll. ft*
Federation of all the Florida cooperatives Sales management expenses are being
for marketing Is the logical eventuality shared and other overhead costs incident to I
If Is to be successfully telling. Purchases In behalf of both organizations ; \ nT'fllll.
bll h'au:7.: basis. When that will be made through one central Mae".
ts done the prediction U here mad that agency which will give both association I the .:;-lr'f t+ Mr ITS BABY CHICK TIME
within ten years Florida egg can absolutely very lowest prices which combined buyingpowee -aq..Ya"] .- M0.a..i. ..--
: dominate the New York egg market on Jar,. teal operation are able __....e..d-_ras0. ._wunm-new-.eery-.
a* production I* 49 'boars from the to-.. '
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terminal market freight rate are It Is that while the operating ... .... Comm Mall r*.
measurably lower than for similar product cost ever the whole year the Central FlorIda -
from the Pacific Coast Association will ;jave averaged! about I
But federation of purely local associations four cent a dozeD Including overhead unI I
In the new state-wide agency neither der the new amalgamated sale and over-
practical, In the opinion of :writer b1d expense being carried ever an average BABY
nor will it make for the economic operation 01 1 ", hap. one thousand ease of egg aw..k
which such a state-wide agency predicate or more cost will be materially red CHICKS
The local associations of the Gulf Coast uced.Petaluma.
must be merged with the Golf Coast Cooperative producer operate on about a Thousands twice week -
and the whole. operated a* a regional two cent per dozen cost Within a year or trspntaUd, ( BUY CHICKS THAT PAY
organization tinder one skilled management two, with amalgamation of all the regional record layers from Rhode Memo R.d., Mescal *. ; Witka
and the increase Will WV.d.ih ,. ;J irons
as the Central Florida and the poultry associations apparent the But* outstanding ...
North Florida operated. Sale. of aU In production which successful marketing L.ehma{ AssamJ..m' (lull Ltafci
are flocks. The finest quaUtty NRhe.m. Pkrw Mitar WM T t 1.' >-AM rice.
eggs I* Florida must com under one bead, association i* inducing: Florida eggs at low prices. .. hms .err..lee ..r b.nn/ae/ .diet end
at least *a far at l from theregional will probably be marketed at a net cost CATALOGUEOrange war 'Mil".. netll bow .. ..rat. use sow
point of pacing, that I* the Intermediate to the producer cf substantially less than sad l.peet .rWhom is 1M wee
market, to the terminal or Consumer Ih i* present eoat Confidence loyalty and Hatchery BTLYAIN POtLTRT FARM A
market are concerned. support of the regional co-operative* CIa HATCHERY: '-
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Fruit and Vegetable Dairy Chief Offers BIG DAIRY AID ASSOCIATIONS IN IMPROVEMENTOF ARE


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With dairy farmers awakened to the
South's BenefitDairymen need for keeping complete and definite resorda -
Refrigerated Steamers oat the production: of their cows, dairy
Improvement associations, which make:
Prc-Cooling Rant It Miami and Tampa who hare enjoyed relative thin record keeping a main part of their ..
business, are being organised all
Forced Ventilation prosperity la recent years are now facinga country. A Bureau of Dairy Industry. rpt:
situation requiring careful study and constructive lication just baaed by the U. S. Departmentof
efforts to keep their dairy industry Agriculture, r.na't Bulletin 1 04-F.
LOWEST4RATESDaiVERY on a stable basis. O. E. Reed, of the "Dairy-Herd Association andthe
EwaI Same of Dairy Industry, in a recent address Stories Their Records Tell," explains
in the South, suggested a programof the work of these aneodatlona and givesaoggntlona
"catting costs and stimulating demand"as for organising vne.
the most favorable approach to greater The first dairy-herd Improvement association
dairy profits, and In the United States was organised
I adaptability of :South'alorthiO la Michigan t la 1005. and It
In New York ol Southern citrus tuft* dairy production and management. tasting work the following rn.cedS-=
Commenting oa the attention the dairy then there has been a constant 'Increase In
*dairy products, fresh meats and Ash to ei Industry has attracted in,recent yean, and the number of these associations. There
the resultant expansion in sections are now 1,090 active associations twice the
condition when packed b awured led many
perfect M
I number in 1922, and they
Mr. Reed said, "Tha effect of this generalexpansion are keeping records
from MIAMI though the modern f&IrISef.tIn and prc
h ..........., is of the Ovde-Mdftofy Una .t Southern terminoif of dairy products on hand and In the p'revalllng Rapid gin In production per cow are
low prices during the last few usually m the first four or five 1 yeanIn
How Two. MIl .- combined with the refrigerating and forced ventilation: week A general opinion has prevailed well-managed aaaaclatlona says the
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weas. that the dairy business could not be overdona. bulletin. la the case of three typical associations
And at tats es.Nor" "l/stcmtebMrxi ihlp. These arc the only coastwise Viet Whether or not thla la true, it behooves the average production of hotter-
those engaged In the .industry to fat per cow Increased progressively from
to equipped and the "large volume d periihabic/ bod study the situation and to make every year to year for the first five ,..,.. Whoa
stuff the effort to keep the stable averagea ware combed of the yearly production
handled each season atte stt. efficiency he *. Industry OD. butterfat follows
S of was aa : First
err-TASeA bast*. The present slump In price may
Woo.UMntos IS ICtYIct. be only temporary, but 'It to of sufficient importance third; 137 pounds) second J'MI'611 pounds;
"' 278 pounds; fourth year, 2tt
to command the attention ollV.r
MM Tea anMhe fifth
*l>t*...*..*...tie FRUIT AUCTIONQtruilrulUaiTlvlnjInNewYorx dairyman. I Pounds; year, lOS pounds.

4JNvitM.Afce are catalogued end told at IheErla "I do not mean to be pessimist! about
e.e 1."e. rTu.rw the present situation," the speaker continued
FARM BOARD HURRIES TO
and Fruit Auction TaraUiMh.'
.Me.bre.Mw.wOriews. Pennsylvania "In spite of lower price the dairy.
la *well RESCUE OF CREAMERIESButter
man relatively off. VT* must, however
ell IRA= fact condition as they exist Butterpric.

A" .......... coo CLYDE STEAMSHIP COMPANY .e have declined. Dairymen are receiv.ing cooperative marketing associations -
toe .L.res.w rN.w bee for their products now than they facing a huge surplus in their pro-
vets a a and received three months .... At that time duct, were given hope for stabilised prlcea
-.. bL.e r 4.wlee.ewl they may have made money from cows recently h announcement that
MALLORY COMPANY
.hareed STEAMSHIP averaging 200 to 250 pounds of butterfat more than $4,000,000 has been made avail
_UI.....AI lord.kt per year, but today they most have 'better able by the Federal Farm Board for loans (
a fur rn No** a.w.BIItIctt,Q..... P.LGtett.Aet. U v.o.A.tdU eowa. :Now to a profitable time. to rid herd U them through the Land Q Lakes Cream-
SlvtA ) IMI.F1I. T.mp.fIoridt.MitMlfIartdt. of the poorest producers." .,1.. of Minneapolis .
Berinrea Methods Needed Action of the farm board makes the
uNS1s Aacnt'i Omca-Ncw,YoH.Otyi Pier 45,N....Ta VALkar 3000 Business methods are requisite to the Minneapolis cooperative one of the largest

general Offlcet-New tort City tier 36.K M d. AUcf 3000 development of high-producing dairy herds, in the country, the official anney ef
the speaker said, and the dalry-herd-im-: the board hi the butter market Under dlrection -
provement association to designed to give ef thla agency loans win be madeto
the dairyman the information ha need*, to local creamery associations in a wide
The ..temperature of the eight days build up hla hard by culling the unprofitable spread attempt to aid them in withholding
butter from the market
until ad.
ending Jan 19. accompanied by rain la 00.... On the average the cow 'In dalryherdimprovemmt vance. prices

the Utter part of tha period, have caused associations produce A surplus of 26,000,0(0 pounds of butter
many citrus trees to bloom msoaaonably. more than M per cent more milk than the is facing the creameries. Of this amount
average of all tows la the United States.If 000,000 held'
; pounds are by the Land 0'
Sugar U being produced from wood la all cow were brought op to the present Lakes company which la withholding its
Germany. average production of the cow In these product except for a limited trade. Present
associations, only II million cow would be prices, dairy leaders may, are now 10
needed to produce a* much milk a* 22 million cents under the average for the past year.
of cows produce now.As .
Truck Growers aft
I aa example of the economics of dairy
over Florida production. Mr. Reed compared two Georgia The Leeaburg Citrus Growers association .
(I) know the extra herds, ODe of 28 cows and the second the Lake Alfred and the Eagle Lake
profits to be road of 21 co_ On the average the 28-cow Citrus Growers associations have recently
br using NACO herd produced' 176 ponada of butterfat a Installed Brogdex: equipment. It la felt by
CONCRETE year per cow and the 21-oow herd 239 many packing houses that a lot of late fruit
r murss. Brand Fertaiaera pounds. The total yearly income over cost will go into storage and that the Brogdec
SIDEWALKS :r under their efop. of feed for the smaller herd was $564 more Ing equipment will greatly I aid hi maintain
raisins" for these better than for the larger herd, and the owner had Ing Its quality In bringing anticipated high\
MEAN LESS fertiliiera contain liberal Quantities seven fewer cows to care for. ric..0 .
of Genuine Peruvian Guano. Production cost can be further decreased,
"BROOM and said Mr. Reed, by feeding aa much homegrown
Nature'a Finest FertiluceT. feed aa pasture ducts, generally and la the South specifically.
MOP" WORK They bow that better rewrite areassured and legumes. "Iavestlgatlou by the "Per capita consumption of dairy' pro
when 0 part of the NUro- Bureau ef Dairy Industry show that cows acts," he said, "is decidedly I lower la the
Hours of housework gas in their mixture* eocnea from la the Southern States are fed more grain South, especially oa the farms.than in the
-harder work than this moat available of organic per year than cow* in the mala dairy sections United States aa a whole. When the f arm
2n08tmmrealizearewed h the of the United State*. In the sections family uses plenty of milk, cream, and bet-
raateriale foe not only" ef the Booth which have greatest possibilities tar which is produced on the farm, the ex
daily by a concrete Nitrogen but the varied eombt- for producing legumes dair'mllr peoditaree for ether foods to reduced materlally .
walk and pawa Hallow of Phosphorous and Potash well follow the example of dairymen in the and the diet la greatly Improved.
are made available to tnt. alfalfa belt ef the West lie emphasised the Importance ef follow
meat at the door. comparatively long U Soother cow received all the alfalfa, tar the beat practice in producing dean
over 0
a ftoonrup.inlacuM crop of eoatiin- say bean, leepedesa,peanut or other bganne milk, both aa a matter of good boabwoaand
assuring
period time hay that they could consume from the time In fairness to the en.umera."The producer *
entire house .b easier oua feeding regardless of weather ef frost onto pastures are ready, their in- who has to be forced to adopt methods
cleaned and stay to eonditbma. cento over cast of feed In meet case wield that win result la good clean milk to,
Decide MOW that you will use Increase materially." and will always remain, a liability to the
J with.. eOort. the better fertilizers daring Be also recommended the mile to dairymen dairy Industry.Dairymen .
) Lot and laid com and sorghum, the beet above an ethers," said the
Build COt4C'AZTZwaits : 1930 and aend for Price No. silage. crop grown, could be grown abundantly. speaker, "should be back of the educational!
Yotuse8: 23 which describes the NACO Some excellent pastures are avail- campaign to acquaint the public with the
Brand mixture especially recommended able ta the Sooth, but R appear that the value and wholesomeness of milk aa a food.
Build krxw-eavbvf concrete .ojreare Track and need for farmer ef tile Sooth will need to need and It has bin the experience that the paWl
walk around TOOT by aaaaqr of Florida'* MootatMCoesrol ear for his pastarea much the same aa welcomes each Information, and that vigar-
houe.... other week Track Grower other _,.. Mr. Reed cited a report of a cum campaigns lead to Increased consump
k not preaeia* farms who obtained aa average -of SOpoauda tion."
i amsa.a..t..re.a.rw ef milk a day from a herd ef about Summarizing his points, Mr. Reed laid;
: M cow and spent only about |4 a week for The situation of the dairy industry do
:: 1j1.-; w_ J.... sands the attention ef everyone engaged la
.".....-...- B>lectlea *f Sire it. The future of the Industry also net
CEMENTASSOCIATION "la betiding for the 'future said Mr. vary largely with them. There ara actore
PORTLAND Seed, ",pedal attention mast be given to sock aa general industrial, conditions which
the selection of the dairy air. la the effect the Industry ever which those oagag
.I.m.Ne"drwaa.= .== w past not enough consideration hat boom ad la It have little If any control. Undue...
MlUeStyachlMCKAONVILLB. ....... given to the matter. When new crop of pension however, can be cwrtailed If every
heifer calve to developing, what assurance oae worts to thk end. The problem ef
Guccrrte/iwh ". rbOsUOA. have we will be better producers efficient and economical production rests
dams
than their Who good feeding to with the producer. It la possible to ew'
.- Important, we most remember that every down the cost ef ov production and aha to
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sow has a limit of Modoctloa by effect a general Improvement m the quality
L rhoaoM2S bereft This limit to="Inherited t arum both ef dairy products to the end that the d..
g IRRIGATION the sin aM the dam, but since the sir wand for them will be Increased. Here hi
LAWNSr..l Inflame the limit m an of the tame, his the Sooth a considerable expansion .baa

w... : tV time o'.fee.-ft air aW e ..feces lar..eet";'...:=-at sw wa-rieetr verb,. aces.tee importance to a* great aa that of aU th taken place. Before further attempt to
east Maamw D..wra.W ee rt..A. sewseondosbt made along this line producers should give'
F. :. KEARNEY CO., P. a Bo 7/fa--.o, Florid the chief oC the Bonn of duo eonsUentloa to a definite program ef
sY..ers_ irfranrfAJtfgra&JH gVgJggAmrJM Dairy Industry emphaaUed the daelrabflttyat ,education of the public l.mr.PACE eotuwra-
tncntesmg the eoMmpttoa of dairy pro* ers both in the city and oa ."

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.... .... ... .... .... .... .. .... .... ... .... Orange Festival WasA MACKUN SHOULD SAYS INDUCE FACTS UNITY


Splendid Success From Page 1

Addresses by Dr )lu.".
'CITRUS' Tn E E Sand Authorized by the Federal Farm Board
RUSSELL N
By HAAS tu :make a few public addresses while Jn
The greatest advertisement the citrus I f... Florida, Dr. Macklln appeared first before)
dustry of Florida has received to !t.! a content on unified marketing >n Or.
iron than forty hold.! laudo attended by the executive head of
Rank Ifoolis Inf of the dl'n ::r'J.\i.th\ Oran ; state-wide business and civic organisations.
Festival Winter Haven from January ;11to His outstanding ability a* a speaker amply
25th, Inclusive. While the Festival wan demonstrated on this occasion has gene
outstanding event from the standpoint of rated many other applications for talk by
\ furnishing entertainment and amusement Dr. Macklin.
Abe trove and your bank deposit will for the 81,1U person who entered thIte Date for a limited number ef speeches
healthier when you use Chilean Nitrate) five day. its main characterlstlc before civic and service club luncheon
of Soda. *lnt'lt educational value not have been made for the Wisconsin educator
; by the production department of the Ex.
only to newcomer and tourists, but to
This natural nitrate I.rtllber-th. only att* Floridians *i well. Chang Dr. Macklln has also made studio

ural nitrate In the world-is of creat'valu. in Th first session of the Festival wa bold talks that were broadcast by Station*
January 22 to 28, 1929 and tt wa the successor WDBO, Orlando WDAE, Tampa and
fertilizing citrus fruit First-it gives trees a of the old Polk County Orange Fe.. WRUF, Gainesville.In .

fine early start-makes sure of setting a good tlval which wf tint held in one of these addresses, summarizing:
Following the 1928 Polk County Festival, the result of the fact-finding and research
crop-tides trees over critical setting period. the organization wa incorporated as work he has done sine coming to Florida
Then, as the crop advances, Chilean Nitrate state affair and the name was changed t: Dr. Macklln spoke In part a* follow! "Too
the Florida Orange Festival J. B. Guthrie,I :many packing plant are bad Jirvto'' citrus
supplies the necessary nitrogen to mature :your who managed the 1929 Festival, wa r*.I t cause a of
fruit early. Adds to the sugar content. Makes tamed in that position I and the exchange fruit to each plant which make cost of
ward formed with John F packing needlessly high. The chance to
wa Hay, pros -
juicier fruit-the kind that grades higher, ships dent, Judgri Allen E. Walker, vice-pros ident, save money for growers through larger
better and brings top prices. lay Stull, secretary and W. D. Gray, volume packed In few plant Is well illua-
trated: actual records In Florida.
by A
Chilean Nitrate is not synthetic. It is the f er.tiliter Treasurer.The opening day of the Festival! presented group of 24 packing houses handled an ti

that more than 800,000 American farmers a fourfold attraction-th* visit of average of 00.192 boxes each two year
used .last to'ma. It \ Governor Doyle E Carlton who made th ago and 149,508 boxes each last year. Their
better fine
year crops. pays a address; the visit of Miss Florence Smockof lost of packing was 78 cent a box
s profit on citrus ana other fruit treei on truck, Eustls, the National 4-H Health cham for' the large volume than for the eli

' corn, cotton and grain. Try it this Now is pions| the coronation pageant, "Land; of one."The '
year. Orange Blossoms," in which. His Rut saving of '7.8 cents per boa was
the best time to buy It. Snydef of Lakeland was crowned Queen of more than 10 per cent of the previous ,ear'*
tilt Citrus Empire} and the visit of the lacking coat This amounted to about
FREE Book for ,-.. Florida State Air Tour of 80 plane sponsored 1280,000 or a saving of approximately $100
br the State Aeronautical Assocla per grower. The beauty of this case is that
Our new book, "How to Fertilize Citrus In .. Ion and the Winter Haven Exchange club, these plant wore cooperatively owned and
he latter event signalising th operated by grower and the growers got
Florida," Is filled with valuable crop facts. It I.t is lug of the Winter Haven 1cti1'It:: : the savings. This laving was one of their

free Ask for Book No. 7, or tear out this ad andmail CoolldK Attend reasons for coporatlng: and they got what
The big day of the Festival, insofar a. hey went after by teamwork.
it with :your name and address written on attendance wa concerned was Thursday: "The. average plant In the actual ease I"
the margin. the 24tk, when Tourist Day wa observe, cited, handled 100,192 boxes and increased
,' with over 8,000 tourist from 20 different to 149,508. The 291 plants In Florida
lube in the state, participated In the pro- averaged only 78,284 boxes each for the :
183o.1930-Tbl. year marks the 100th aim). ,, plans for a State-wide Tour. crop last year, the largest In history. If
l.toAssociation.! A drawing card on this 141 plants had been taken out of opera.
vtriary of the first cargo of Chilean Nitrate day was the visit of Ex-President Calvin Ion, the 150 remaining plants would have
brought to the United Stale. Coolidge and Mrs. John Trumbull, wife of averaged 151,872 boxes each with this recrd l''
.. he Governor of Connecticut, during the crop This' would a bfe'lhr.r lant
afternoon. Following a private luncheon :f 94 per cent, nearly 7o : hi .
.t the Haven hotel for the distinguished volume iu our illustration. The saving in I
visitors, Mr Coolidge and* Mrs. Trubul packing costs would /have been much
Chilean tailed I the Festival ground ecmpan greater than 7.8 cent a box. But even at
with their host and hostess, A.li.. HArlburt 8 cent a box, the grower* by operating;
of Mt. Dora and Mrs. Herman Dann of St. only 100 plants would have saved $1,777,002.
Nitrate of Soda 'etersburg. The attendance on this day For a total of 12,000 growers, this living
was' 14,074, the largest of any day in lone 1 I. $148 per grower
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"i: Grange Festival history "The reason that cooperative' marketingirganitatlons
But since the Florida Orange Festival la grower-owned: and controlled ; ,
EDUCATIONAL BUREAU ,. an advertisement for the citrus I..* so Important In these considerations ie
h '1. industry, It was Growers' Day on Friday that/this form of organization I* tin effectve ,e ,
that was most important to the grower guarantee that these livings will go
The program opened with a regular meet. Into the pocket of the grower where they t
I ng of the Committee of Fifty of the Clear clung, if they will cooperate to get them. r,
ng House, held at the Williamson theatre Sale Values Are It ,
In the) morning, with Chairman J. C. Mor. "Vastly more burdensome than these :
ton presiding. Several hundred grower at losses to growers of ..ellllY.packln" coat i I'
t Orlando Bank A Trust Bldg. tended. The committee passed three reeoutions are the sacrificed selling values. Depressed w
Or........, Florida -the first requesting the Federal trices are Inevitably forced by a large num't
to do away with processing and ber of sellers. This Is particularly true of f
J In writing pleats refer to Ad No. 112-H substitute 1 Instead, inspection of fruit In perishable products. Many seller rely oa V
packing house before hipping mere price concession to stimulate demand. f
rbvo: urging the state and Federal This is destructive. r

it government to. take artlD.on! and provide "Unified cooperative. marketing on the It _
suitable penalty for misdemeanor com contrary has the reaponsmiiity and the
mltted by plant board employee In eradicaon farilityto stimulate demand by construcive tt.
work) and third, a* resolution condemning .. services. Cooperatives with large control \
CLICKS SELECTED SPECIAL SERVICETo those opposing a Federal approrlatlon develop services! at all times to safer 7"
In the eradication work and urging ;uard their prices. Price concessions with
The hat it be speedily provided. them become an eocnomlo balance wheel,
MARGLOBE TOMATO In the afternoon, the Grower Day program not a mere barometer of fears. "c
filled the theatre with A. M. Tllden, "Nut so with the email and numerous \<, "
SEEDSUCCESSFUL South Florida Inter Haven vice-president of the ClearIng opera ton. Price cutting with then 1* a '
House association and chairman of the strategy for winning advantage over a competitor "
PLANTERS program committee a* presiding I officer while I opportunity I* at hand t* un-
FAIR rho main address was given by Dr. W E.O'Kane erprlc. him. When adverse condition I
DEMAND IT- chairman of the newly created arias, the crop Is sacrificed because at such ;
Federal Fruit Fly Board. This wa Dr. timea fear dominates. r .
ae'eeo" O'Kane's first public pronouncement as Unity la Action la Need
Busses Leave chairman of the board. His remark and "If grower and the public of Florida are ,
gel e those of the other speakers are reported tCi be .* wlie on remedy a* they are on a
ek elsewhere In this issue. condition of the patient, there must come ,I::
ST. PETERSBURG The prise offered' by The Festival asso- unity of thought and action upon the '

seem MM f a. .. to I .. .. ,114 .:... elation for citrus, commercial and decorative remedy. All will want to' unite upon the .
l.t.. else saw U w a. exhibit were awarded on Thursday method of do away with sacrifice selling of
WrrHSEALUNBROKENCrow" need Trip 51.01LAKELAND and Friday. the crop. To have two remedies or methods
The Florence) Citrus Grower auoclatioi150DOPlanfs would merely divide the /house. Everyone
ready know the unchanging fundamental
only one variety bas been a
that 'a house divided against itself shallot
corner slontf well laid. 8:00, 'It, 10:40: A. M, 11.30, 1:111, coffilawsERARXiIA TOMATO stand' A crop divided against itself M

lab P. M. inevitably means sacrifice selling and'linen.
The Best Is Always The Round Trill $1.07 '' --- iced prices. I
"Bl business ha learned this lesion
i Cheapest In The End WINTER HAVEN .. That u why w* see all the recent merger I, .
and consolidation manufacturer ,
among <
T.je. ':11 A. X.. 13. ':" r. M. a-= railroads oil corporations, banks, distrlbura '

CLICKS SEED FARMS, Round Trip $3.32CLEARWATER = ., chain stores and other luccesful busies .
enterprises. These group diagnosed'
Laaeaster, Pa, Real t;; U. 8. A. their ills, of thought upon one remedy. To /
their aim had to have the
accomplish they
7.45, UilS A. M.| 1:", (.40 f. If.Rond fad.

TrIll 12.17 TM "Fact are the unifying fore They
make It possible for all people to see the
FLORIDA MoTOJJ.JjyV 5 same problem la one way, and to see the
one line 01 action necessary for all to put.sue .
rtsslttNAaraaeweuq .. If better conditions for all ar* to roe
vw.v -
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rlweb ... ad w...... toss
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rrwtN Consult Year Local Agent 01 Winter Haven, captured the grand prlie,
eNe.vaw. after winning: first prize la ctame A *f the
as a" 82 ILwfwelw citrus exhibit Two boxes of orange and

er Me.t. tea ..ion la cooperation with the agricultural tol- i grapefruit I from the prlso Iftern"::
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.. w, r. awe A leg's, experiment: station*,.1Ite1lll1o. work. Meese arse. left her by airplane oa Thursday
n.n.t Mi1aTRRS PLANTER COe for Washington, to be presented to President -
use woo at. en and departments of agriculture Of thetwelve ..I.MA..A"6. Main. NIrAW
Hoover. The fruit was taken by
ban.". Md.
Northeastern states, the Federal
farm Board announced today that a thorough .rrett' William ta aa Eagle Rock plan
Williams' met br Conjreasmaa H. J.
was
will be made of local ffAINIMMAIM
stady- farmers PI ,
iY mm who presented the fruit t* PreiiUnt
cooperative association la there state Hoover at the executive office
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Member of the Federal Frail Fly Boar recently appointed by & meet *L Winter Haven. Left to right they arei J. J. Davl, Pardue Univenityi Dr. ----
: P t Parrw, entomologist Now York Experiment Satbai: Dr. Wllmoa Newell, administrative -
director under the board, Dr. W. C. OKane committee chairman: Dr. H. G. HASTINGS CO.
George A. Dean professor of entomology Kansas State Agricultural" College Dr. W. P.
Flint. state entomologist of Illinois, tile other member of tho board li not in the picture. ATLANTA Tit Stuttft Satan GEORGIA

j Ocntlemni Kindly end m* tmtlntr I,.... your big new 116 Mgt> UJOCtttlof
of food, Plant and Bulb, t r return ..iI.

Mediterranean Fly European Distributor Name _....._..._........ ....."....................................... .....fFG-4.........................-..- :

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Eradication Work Sizes Up The Export
P..tollico_ ........................_...._ llat._...._._ nr jl

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Board Say U. 3. b Back Citrus Fruits In Other

c' '" Of The Campaign Than Poor Mart I
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portion of the address delivered by fruit distributor, wIth| headquarter in London -
e Dr Kano at tko meeting of growers I* In Florida for conference with the fr
,h.leli. Winter Haven January 14drr I.
the auspice of tko Clearing I 1'oos head of the Citrus Exchange Th Mo r f tiA
*:" Association. The meeting was a tea- maw Service, of which he I Is the bead, has I
tore of "Grower'. Day at the Florida been handling the grapefruit export of the
: r| Orange Festival, and wan addressed aloe I Exchange for the past three years In conjunction .
b, Nathan Mayo, tommlmioner of with the California Fruit Grower f
agriculture, Dr. Wilmon Newell of the Exchange, developing those markets
State Plant Board and Arctle M. Pratt through his .service Mr. Moomaw himself I
I general manager of the Clearing Home1.A cornea from a family of early fruit pioneers!
iI' M Tllden, vie president of the In Virginia and know the necessity of Intelligfnt Front Tool Hitch Guarantees
Clearing HOOK presided.BY merchandising to producer II. !
DR. W. C. O'KANE says fruit producer have been busy solvingtheir
: Chairman Federal Fruit Fly BoardI production problem, and that
am her to present to you a brief but have in the main don 10 wonderfully well Easy Accurate Control
E, very sincere and earnest message from the but they have been depending upon fruit ..
\! federal fruit fly board which was create salesmen to solve thler merchandising problem
tCr'; recently by Secretary of Agriculture Hyde without realizing that It I* tie bustles "Because of Its EASY HANDLING and PERFECT CON .f
: to assume responsibility for tho federal of fruit salesmen to accumulate a. THOU the GRAVELY doe all my one-horse work and 11: % of \
program of eradication ot the Mediterranean much tonnage a* they t.e'nn to Mil I in what I lined to do by hand." write Thomas Cook, of New Zealand .
i fruit fly their respective the, ,timethey Similar pralM come from all parts of Ik* world because
First of all I want to express to you the have all satisfied their taut for ton ef the two oaUtanding unmatched feature of the ORAVrLY :
I f profound admiration that every nag ,the main market are more fre.l'ent- 1. Single-Wheel. Traction >. Front Tool Ilitck. Here U'..tyTW : .
Florid::
h, of the board feels for the state of I ly overlooked than under cupplled. more welds .( lw GRAVELY to MrhtUr WltxM M Uw since 1wheat I
t and for tho unparalleled cooperation that Using Great Britain a* an example, h. .tote* M MW ...*.. MUM hi ft rtt. TW twls en Mt In InMWr
IU citizens bar given In the fruit fly says there are nine important port mar .. Poe an iNrtMiJIr lMkl>r-*w sn bee to UW tn campaign keta \in hat country and in addition t. fa.-.. Tkis enables rye Se kirk "'">'. .s talk we tease steel! ..1tkabet.
For many yean hundred of men these market there are more than 140 markets ." an.rser ad wkhwle .. dlehnd ..-.. amh der wmh nee i
througout the union, whoa duties require of from thirty thousand up to a mil- 01'I' I
them to meet responsibilities In the control lion population that the greatest volume *.. awifcis ........ tl sentencing iMlt ..M> shoal .! the ........ ...had.greenness '
of plant peat, bar known beyond question of fruit of all kind going to those market d.m.r* m sash crept y
'. that of all the horticultural pest in the are told mainly In only four of these N0 other Y..00 dl.mr. these .._. ........... Y. me work
I. .... world the Mediterranean fruit fly U second nine port market and that little I pro too the narrowmt ..... : mr" _..... w"a ...It mmh Mrs skirt
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; Shoes GRAVELY hr knees Woe the
:71 week Man lIa..LY. Isis or was
I dr to none in its possibilities for damage. For ducer-owned fruit find I Ha Into all of to wag" sad boor eega IN rhAwads the wml ,..r. Ask nor ....r.
many yean w. have known that It might rte other market Fruit salesmen are not Or writ Y for M W. '
sometime succeed In gaining access to the telling producer the whole of the einditloni j
North Atlantic American continent. existing In the markett, and what the Write for
Pent I* Real Menace producer should do to meet those eondltlou.It FREECatalog Gravely' Motor Plow A: Cult. C*..
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80 It cam about that when, last spring, I* the surplus over the daily demand .f sox let.Owner.
thin pest was discovered to .hare actually) any particular market that break down West Vlrglnl
made and have gained a foothold producer value Mr. Moomaw.,. fur.her -
entry to I
in mho knew that the only solution la that producersshould ,.. Bran Is sea Gentlemen i Without obllgat'on! please tend
a part of Florida, every man .
of it and its possibilities: forevil wa liter throw their tonnage into exiting ::e Tnrh e.s e t n.!..I.: m* Fro Illustrated Gravely BookletVtmm )

hast. To moat of us the situation cooperative organizations and l. and .. .1

seem tag, and to that have meaning but a tingle was I possible the spread mean of tonnage hat; their In organization the marketing will centralne areas under th..ir a m and l.i**,5ar- tiers- .-.-'.: :_: : .:::.: :::.-.::::::-::. e

this invader not only throughout florida. system ef cooperative telling that I* not
but 'through the southern state and the ntereited in one market more than another
: "A MIDGET IN SIZE-A GIANT IN POWER"
fawest.. The economic outcome; of such an per Capita Consumption
Invasion could I not be anything time! than Again using Great Britain a* an Illustration CANADIAN ADDIKMl IT-II TEMPRIANCB ST. TORONTO
lotto running Into hundred of million fo they are now consuming about double 4.1'
dollar, the Impairment of capital totalling the quantity of citru I fruits that they were :
a few year ago and (upplfot I -ar* coming
readjustinert from South Africa at the rate of 1,200000 : .
If a part of this country cues. South America 850000, West Indies m I.
Then cam the organization in which 00000, United State. t./iOOOOO. Spain !
Ton, the citizens of Florida, have taken 4.000.000. end Palestine 1200000. Yet the GROW BULBS ,
*o remarkable and effective part. consumption per capita I I. Just a little ever NEW For u. t
With the help of your officials I and with one orange pr week, while the averageeonnmptlon 'Oal.a .04 Ron" omiltables. .
the help of the United State departmentof per capita in all the western eon Mlk to .raw. W. etp*%
agriculture, a campaign wan begun which inental countries, with the exception ef kvliw. stort *tim4m
fa today the wonder of all the states In he .,Germany, I* aomewhat ! The nltlmate Jintrlbutlon, however Ia..n I
1Inlollo' "WON aillbeal.home.d .
No Yet Eradicated that could be desired and citrus fruits! are .atra.t for -
It I I.of court fully understood that total found In 'the remotest village but Mr. Beam, Pea, Potato, Corn Tomatoes .. flaw. "IM ,
eradication cannot yet be thought of a. loomaw believe that an intelligent pro. Cucumber etc.
achieved. Incipient infestation tin mutt ucer dlrtTibution would la a considerable ttllpMltt *H MMMd PIRRCE BULB COMPANY i
b* assumed to exist That they will make time' treble the eonaumption. lie boo been Pe.and V't1: >, Wrtl. for Prim reWrite. 1809 E. Mark BU Orlts,.. ..
their appearance from time to time aomeof devoting the part eighteen. year to the to r sadey foe t snlul. ..prime.. w tor"ad Vars.t dLtr/bemn" ..
them perhaps on a Urge scale, mutt betaken solution ef these problem* and intensively .table mndnmmu w m ""If. Owto ad"w Meet. pelt win Gladiolus soaks m ad.t4 '
for granted. Ne one can say la what studying European marketing eonditlpni, and Quality.B. dual mrmr Ie IN U ..
tamer the enemy still larks' or how many and a* a result of cooperative I marketing h* one
: : MARTIN SEED CO.
Serious center of future Infestations still has developed I the California faalneaa from A.
rental.. But w* know that w* can meet .a Insignificant ono up to a million case -... some Bit M. t
'la few and that 1ACKOMTIUAChtlMWU rLOIIJD4 la the Called State the honey
the peat and that n\ wholehearted turnover a very says trop'
and malted effort it CIa the evercom them I is ultimately a five million ease market 1S7 amount t* awr* the* B5,000000 pound
*. in Europe lot Americas citrus product'. ',,"u.n,.


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Through its network of dis-. '
With modern,plants equipped *
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distributors, it is carrying the products -
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'ducts consuming centers of five .t,
great Southern states it is rendering in every state where it oper

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offered to the dairy products consuming
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ar* mulled IBM A to ...M a apaaeh at raw Mal .1a6 : east. kind dins him been row Ie year hr ....._
lu. do Ale I tow U lonot rawa, and this la a aoMIUoB nM Mood.
Worth ...-.hec-"t.. ? Stank nwr. :. It* koeoBM* worao aa tensing ana. Tl k- roof i
Things Manual nMmllr nhltolwd. Copta war b* assured (sense ka o arowB BfforlrM IB tno BO.IB TfclalrMaronHltO I AA
from UM National Uvo Sink Prowuoor: Chimes, Mwat UM up ? tOBOB Mwa.Tba .
of |l.M aor aooy. HooilBB p'I'i.: :. seems to JPBMB tophmta I.
SHOaT LENGTH LUMBRK: FOR PRACTICAL found la foaoo row aimed 'iralB smile and
.Knowing---- t'BK. |. bulletin. warily I .Lead It bee bm BMha bear la ...... loved hi UMM phwom. Tka /
Pointed aft that about to set ear 01 Igo lumber foaiia BIB he put op toMporarUr .od. weed which
wbieb Noa bas the e-mre term bw.s m ban II an ban to kmoto sod aluaaa MB oradt.BBto .
howoht ..... ".. k: iiiliil ..> ..mwbel Bk, = Blow.ln I
POIIWN rollllt1LA roll UTI. The ts.Mr 4 N 10 fwt, and in not.5 W jail I. Plows .... Ika IOBOO Bn using UM fMOB
spent .. Dud. {bent' .bas bon deabe. Weak Use Urn t foot bag, and ...d for window framing and UM ticks aaa a but a foW ort and UM, doublofon I
.faction a r1A reel the =-.a.: area at note, ilnilar la other M nor of UM maw dta Wfor* they o>a Brawl tow
The itfaatttlow r of by ue pate lambs bower and paM :1t: rI iatk prlua : the pastures oat by ..-,_ oaUI<. For furlaorInfonaatloB rondo
la thk action .U told I* be very aroat "A witty of mould be ebalaed in : ::; a fret .t wr.ta Mir Farm Bad Oren lafonaaUomBuroau rl'i'' t '
:' ':., formula emit ba obtained I free hr writing the _'dorab'I., I. many small tarn .IIdo Bllubor* heal (khr. IBBIPB. hto 1.ul t
swan Bad Oraua Information Banau, Hllbbort. Hotel I.... tuck aa poultry koowod ..., and hall ktnaoi, short. ir'UP"'fF.ttif
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Building, Tampa, Kla. H-nttki could bo ..tlrol,. The fcullotla MtltMTb I
MARKETING FLORIDA OITIttH. BOBM Tory MarboUnf of shots-,, situ tnmbir" war k.ab .
aamprehonelvo data kaa boon warbled by the VaMedBtatca alna4 few superintendent of D ianin.li, Go* i SNOW PARK t
Dow.tourist of Agriculture. awrkot ease BOB.loo memo" relations 011.% w........... D. g. II''
fruits and _..b..... This SERVICE STATIONOur Ithe (
aa given the make -. s..
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shipment of Florida oranaM and grapefruit by kaa rTJBMWHM PVK OT A WakWOMIIM Saertal K/RA
itr Almtor.U.f c. Washkall 14W geomm yChiengo'e
tea utelliina tko aomparaUvo ablpmente{ of FhjrMa .
/ Too. Co H M Y oa lolo< k> Our tpoalBltiCrawl
sod California aKraa. and other farta wHb re.
awiroiUona for Maine metal nKMaa tits
r nit to produrUon, anallly and I I distribution of Flop.dlitrkta old wooden bom and. seats sad odd plooio of Ml Central awl Magnolia A._

sitru.._Taft...... mind sontblr/ citrus nfses a wage.grate arm gashes M tea 10... TW a.bka ..meted ....* 11 IXZf Ta...*. FU.SoutheriAit .
/ by apors by awaiting MORRISON
ko of *
awes to Burnt variety UM M artfcloa do-
for UM )t2l." ....o. aro Included I* tkoiluronurr. Warsaw b UM koomloV Mam* of these or of sal ... I
Beadon Intonated I* 1'8'10. Bur Mrea to tin farm ho oo elect and ao iMMal to onkaaaabioBir. HOTEL
MUM MUM by wrltlnnUi I Firm and For kunnot tkm k katfa. Mob Bad
ear' m.Uoa Bung, HilUboro. Hotel 8ulldl... Tampa apoon ban which la a OOBOOHMBM hi a UM farm -.. CWwrr MJiM* aw*)O.r4 Stn.
J1 It she _hoe I" it"-"
'RASONABLH MEAT III CIPII FOR mo **. sag na tIoo :I...TrT>10 _lit aiaVko, oktokv Closest fa the city to OtTictw,
noble meal reolpea, with suggestions for health ad f- W ioiiiikiMBdiBt of Pi la.to OOIOIB.
'" blared manna large quantity meat ..t_, to anl moM ........ OCloB. w_.....*. I). C. Bt a wed WIVCaE UkMtre, Mor* .mi
y' the moat Interesting, pleoaa of houerhold literaturewo II
railroad Stallions
km MM.frill eomo tlmo. This little, Wok k FRNCtIfO"71N 19TROL DIRRARPII A tasknot
'.' altered M as almpllftrlnt. mr.1 pUanlnr. Tlwroelpea H>MlonU, mused 10 that any III sur mop In- *212 ;
Rooms
araanaodaoaordina 1944
art to tbr time of you "1'
when. they mar bo aamed moot attractively., The I
emblem aeoompaarltic, each aectloa suggest, kalaneedmoat An BBwhw ash had,
mono" built arauad dlehee. Thm... too awatroelpea yAR11b rBMhw ire .MiMOdlBBVOBdil- t16.
). the bah each of which kM bas .
OrUn Io ,
v' d by B.perta k. this line If you would: like to = Anion Hotel- < A b.wkwa a. s..6
III a spy of tlwa mount for BOB hi roar 0.. h..... .alai ..... Bad op with Balk O Star, All ..eve a/.p
write, tko Farm and drove Information 80_" Hllla. From Parking Spaoi -.......-
bare Het.1 BuMlnf, Tampa. tR I
COOPERATIVE LIVB :STOCK MARKETING Itspa. .. T. ADAMS _U B. BRACKEN

an infested I. the ..op.ratlee markets that AIM Operating Harrington, Hail Hotel sub I
ern forted let any .oetbn of the a.(* as
bins lvaa.k, .Itrus and nf.tables. porbaps you CafolBrU to ..._ -. FK 'tuapl

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WHITE-Yra Dan" Fanaa, lea, has Pug Itt ACRE ajrava homo bamto, furabhto ........, .
W8&RRY .
ITIIA : 'LANTI- offs obola plena ofMk.rnary Ckuka. lading koaaat and I
nriothB onoHtj, main atraet
county. FtorMa. It.tlatorii P bhw lull out sly team t poor Health, weal
r' RMndrka R.erl.or{ .d Du.1., ott arrival guaranteed OlaM Poultrj. C.ru B la. Pwik ... -- to .". with aoa, Wnto Fro w'_-. LoafwauaFOB \ ( ,
We. free aa board ran ben Safe arrival oiianntoed Iahlpmenta
w at anoo Prim I list from, All plants atatatoopootod
FOR lALB-Pw DofialdMB) B. LaBod yak kwdx.
r and aaaood. i. A, Bauer. Judaoaia, Ark. MISCELLANEOUSThe TRADE OPI.T
boding .book oW 4poaa.
hs.bi..ur. taw knap B
Lock Rep 11 FIT* to aaadr loaal aall frnatlai III frat t
OodiBtuaTFla.CRICKS t"
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i. t. Holkwir. .
1 aa Paired 171 foot dart, onlr four kkwka o>il>
NOTICE aide UM alto limit of Miami M ailnuM to t5 r
KUDZU PLANTS. I1.7J per hundred. .. 0. Hull --Quality at low prlcea. Boeka Rod., Ulk.orcae The dkailcia teem Mr BuaUtof and LeaaCo down town section or UM aooan. Will trade for proa.
Florida.Hat.
Apopka., lit. 100. Taarred Lea-home, Heavy allied kavo da aaartorly dividend a? I 1-4 per. ort> with livable koaoa. froatliur aa main klinwap,
III.00. Poatpaid live deUvory. aaUlla Ferny Way.Ml. Boat to be paid oa jaauary. tell 1MO. arofor atntral part of UM ...... aty Prepay wa
COW P.p. Boy _... V..... "come. Cotton flood ... On.WHITI Bead: la aoaauatkookaThla old la 1996 for IIT.KI* kaa .. astral nlua mew of
for planting, Brad 1'00'. Write for se" price spar $16,000. UM value
bas withdrawal I aa raawoM not aa haportaa
aampany
/, Murphy a Palmer, A.ndesrilln:., 11''_ Crystal White Black. sank Owl : from UM any d'sra.a oim to thai: data B> aulublo ...air .C"'S.aWI with awarra
Crystal Whose .ki.o wow BMTO .nn potato at ko alp ar you pay wlU red ..
net Cklcaao. Boston and Gnat aWk Eastern FOB (ALB f'" Indobtadniaa, viva any limit ar acll Bay buts
NURSERY STOCK Fain thus all onprtltora _hi..... Our One olr tool.".. .to aall Uo. toUawla* artlaha) al oaort. will lank year ulloX prooorty oven, lea da the w7.'t
else If both trade Mar
,. oular duauiUa this K l God OM" terms; oral Son wo all.
M64 show ..ands = oaaa o>d bass oWoka roraah I tafJaVaTi HT wM tot Kotoi IBM and Caawarahutlar karlr. less M. W. lead atraofc Mlaail.AU :

AVOCADO, aa>n_. i and ..h.. tropical fruit >. Crystal White laram Mo. M 1-1 stoop! Bkto.. ant ". Prior ....
'I iron A.. fay IJulhftlaOaoao. "T". Someone II........... Itu..... Oa. I WaaUBa-koaoa' olootrh) OPJOT. full _.u.. tkroa ar part at eloar M maw Florida farm koaltPolk
I FIor'.... but.- aad a.% whir oaoanot. Boat IMI. Prtoo1U. ('_."'. trunk and araapo aorUoa star Uka.
CHICKS from IIIoofo Admiallbod -.. Stuccoes took 10.... Widow falling, health oomMM to aril W,
"FRUIT TREISl For tho...... oreh."" arfruita. .masse Tkndap. U. 110I,_,. Rhode l.land Pan i DaVry atendard aloe BiaMia ...... arolortor. fro 174 Arils A**, N. aX Atia... Oa.
modal plaa'Ir 7 .foo came trulta! V44 Reeks 11000 Whir' Lrgker" ad b aaalppad wUkaaaa, bets -. Cart |160. Prlatfor r.
... Via. Ask for "C"l ::.7'.fd'= SIGN p. too. t. H. Prat.v0., ;: auhia aakw Ha. FOUR beer '0...... H s...* II ama 10 ......
k age> grapi :ii-\'D::: paara, peaIWan.. I Moth plo_ raw (raalrrliiQ. out ... Joins ally llaa of ono af the bait ..all .,"".. I.
pooana as.. ask for .. Roaarr Broth.y BABY CHICKS from Pedigreed II;.... Buy from a Florida, fagrw.
an. Oaora, ...10..... _.. Tarred Whir lpk... ah.psaed. As.co. 1 WfcrardSfbiwar Tarpon .... Only slightly, ., .r"a"'O, : ::
..1.... Stared ..... lit 00. L1fm. Stations. Baod. and .... print ... print prioBi bans I do aot west to denotative
SIGH 01... pew and ,.. ..., quantities White W-. ....... Mae ..... "_ Goa.b. t s.aearm Bkiika.- fBraaaj, pad, snot lit. Prloa UM prim of real err la Ikat I'. If latBfoaaad
: p T.. wrha sod I will toy to tall mm
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.' I Fly rod and twa aateauuto Pain ( ...-- bad ". ,.t.7j-: /.. Boa tut Vera

., C.III. '.. ".oet BABY Ckkka. 14 enclosing .......... Mack ySSli Its. Beak Florida.. .
Cray _. rate t..aa0od or.wy bond bond" I fml "arf toad saw aa mewl Ill
EXTRA. ebbs burry baring. papenbell Pass and. by sag Ponllry 1 :": yean -P"i"". Haarh.ln I BhaluapaBra KtaalWk roal k anwlwladlnc, alamtt FOB BALB-M am Mob fans hear Vora B..eI .
otbar fruit traaa, World lariat poran nunery.Froa .i..I' .. ; I
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and /da. Baaa Pa Com. ... Ba..ad aandmai.
aataloc.. planlln so a. ... U af I lack flowing, ..1" II.. cedar dwollla*. teadoyaatakMai
1.'NAPKS. Mice. I. RED and B. Book gets od to aaa far "Boo frowa Ikiwiarhout Tommy laad are move
"Ill mood ..II blarkbtrrlra. bluchrrrlea In- I.,.. II for IIM lolo of .-:1: := IM. Florida Farm and Orara BUI*
orbs on 10* mission). Norar a arap last ky Sat Prteo low than
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Ii< formation from Nursery, 4001-10 k Tampa M rBookonllo hn. Mildly, Tampa ... .
W C. C. EaMnoa Fla.BLOODTEaTEO ; cost of kulMlnca, en. .. diva with .._

PLANT Bap.. blackberries. bhwbarls L amid t'BICKlI-rl FOB SAL -Vat Dye essentially suitable for area, Hat "". Van Beech rlorMa
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citrus tro.bl. Ill' varia/ml. Write N......,. aaaNtyi ...
{ Bcda. atarka. $is bwer.d. w.a. I' htlaulhjBi. H pwa oravo that van wantIrrHraUd
!Ml!. --80th Bt.,..Tampa. dottoa. Orplapaxw, |l Ua-honaa III. Prepaid.Delivery thin la year .ho_ to aa k and aava age HELP WANTED
guaranteed Poultry Goldm fes, Capkol aionoy. Jobs T. ...... lies Harwoad Avoaua Or-
Farma Carolina: trrgb.Old.a:, C..lembla. a_ 0. ....... no.JI .
l FLOWERS $159.01 to imoo moatk. stand* work U. s. New .
:L.L : pMaaaro taoaatnahtoty avontoaia, oraajoM Joba Yes woana, M-M. Common adiaUoa ..
RABBITS ... food add... M. M. WokaB. Mohawk, wuallr aalTIHoat Bampki ooorkln* wlik lkpoaltloaa

I'fj' : BOBKgt La M aoaartment to Florida Write forff Florida. rKKK. Writs Immoiaately. ,... Ii. ..>
If. "'B". UM verb, II10 for 10. IM for 100. .lll.H., D>pt, r<., RochMIrr, N. V,

tm fled arat...... 0..... Florida.fTivOAlDIOUUn BAtti Legally, Fr a.w6a of hot a Sly ..0.1.Ramses PERSONAL
Prim, Bead ter KB.B _- k- "How COLLECTIONS't
Dahllai. Canae, Evenrraene. a make the man sneer raoblta. La8alM Fur Without "
= .melt quiet
ISl Tnaa, Bhruba. Wonderful .. Oladahliaat C""p.n.. Mmtnl Gingery Mkkkse. QUIT :- w ? /naps/rely.
fi! a* rma. rhlrovro Felto M.... .. ; send a""% M60. Mohawk, WE COLLECT ae..rat. sot. .: ..nrpwker.tNo
char0* nabs rlle.t.d. hat.blbbed 94 p.Rann .ra.
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WANTED TRACTORS Cliwa ap Baah ro.WB .
AGENTS WANTED farinaa. .,'. C:1---; Ry. I''

W A HTaD-., hour from owner at land for eels for THB ( Tatarplllar" traotor la aapaolallp COLLECT any olalm." aato ar aapaM "
.,1" AMAKINO: PROFITS .-' ............. tell .110.... O. H...... "... .. W. did.t p mo.k and aaady ..tlo. It laFbrlda'i back rayanUioB, af elm at aamo ar Kcatloa of i i
hl a F411. TablmiMha. 1S: RruvlagiFo I IAM- greater Bwd for lltoratura. Give aaroaao debar, on a moistly onmmluloB goals Brad UHU Mua. I
FREE, BtotrvaTCa. .I :BlalkHk WAIITED-To bas to.wow III tam or 101"' bad aropa yoa i arm. McDonald Tractor C Ohl_ proved lad ter ..... O. H...... _I.. W1o. 101 Monk Osage Ata. Orlando Fla. BkK AUaala Goonrkv I'
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