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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: March 6, 1930
Publication Date: 1923-
Frequency: daily (except sunday)[<1926>-]
weekly[ former 1923-<1925>]
weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (June 14, 1923)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1931.
General Note: B.E. Archer, editor.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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Succeeded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Leader-enterprise

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THE HOMESTEAD LEADER





VOLUME' VII- NUMBER 55 HuMKSTKAD\ ; FLORIDA, _THURSDAY. MARCH


MAYOR'SPLAN I FOUR ARE INJURED AND ONEI ]
iFOURHOnIESTEADME11THROW

I i KILLED WHEN CARS CRASH ,



TO SAVE CITY t i i AT KROME AVE.-- INTERSECTION HATS IN RING FOR FIRST WO II 1


lullVliiry 'rlln" "-> falter 7- over "ui 1 klllnl Inxl.intl) The

I yiui .old' flnitghter of Mr and Mr, 'lothi'ix 'Injun,.1. "I,', h rat Imlvil the

STILL SECRET Dean Hunter wan killed and Mrs.1, nxcepllon occul'ants .r of hoth Mrs <."Baxter'n with son the I PARTY PRIMARY IN FLORIDA

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But. Henry llraoker. Jr. Mr* were rushed to the INM (Irnd0.it

,'I,... Lowe and her eon wereeriomly I hospital. ---- .... .. --- -

Injured when eh. ever I,t betaU..f the crash ewe not fully
Wants His Wav With Audit Bank President Talks Burton Redd and Living-
which Me*, Baxter wo. driving known, hut aor4ln M Chiefof ,
or Council Must crashed Into one driven by Ml Police Peters who with MrHykre To Homestead Rotary ston Aim for County

Go It Alone Brooker at the Interwulon ofKromo I was one of the first On the Commission

avenge und K'nre high-1 1war4IiWbout scene of the accident, Mr. nrookcr In a ,'.mmunll,'. climb toward

oil Kromo and prosperity the bunlneee handed of -
o',1oit north1
news" ; wait sales
$.WOOO ERROR LAID"TO evening i Mr*. Hotter was Mining eott on that community are linked together WEBSTER SEEKS TO

LACK OF AUDITOR MarL'riiances, alto was ,'r Ihl'l; King hiebwoy'when the cra.hMcnurred much M mountain climber. are RETAIN SCHOOL JOn

beneath the car waken It I linked to each ot"er by a Mil"
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# 1---.:...__ __ _____-- ------ Hugh H Gordon Jr., prealdent
Man KeepingTab on AH th City National Bank ot Miami All Voters Must Register
"United Odor of Cheeses" Is I. O. O. F. I
Transact! ns Needed, told Homeiteed'i Rotarians at their Again for Party of f

Sayititter Coci1maJ1 weekly luncheon !. the Hotel How- Their Choice .
Burlesque Given Tuesday NightTwo mole Wednesday. ,

Mr. Gordon e.ld that Miami and -
) the tlty aynct follows Dad the Th* number of prospective localcandidates _
County of
are on verge 1
candidate were .u""fllt-" bly asking for the paoaword to a*. be
office
his wishes and abolishes the of big coma-back from the poet boom for county to .
ty. inhaled Intontk 'Y'nIMdthlor, ,|<'erutln.Jf evervone. present wereIcheve a :
fW of voted on In. inn coming primarieswoe
rlty au4hor ,sari at two woretime deflation "anil, h. aald. "wa'v
ee a" .Ct >4j Jolat social *. .
eitho l ee a single audit of algebrat watch Increased to four today when J
to and
tot our iter. now goothat
at th. rConTAedjIO4dFellow f >t this the ckcew.
v 'point bin
the ..It,'. books at s coat wedging we don't make the some Ritalake Joe }.. Burton of Homestead announced
and kebekahe at the J. Oka 'i Harry WeiMlfor deputy grandmaster
that ho would enter two ,
from im to 'Ut by anu41tor we made P. hall flight when ,
Tuesday of District 17. and Mr*
I for commissioner
who tw had no connection with of prowrlty." I content county .1'
repnBtatlva ef three ether JNellr Jdullln of the HommUndlodge | from this district (District I), :
the prtitftu city admlalotratloa, I i Mr. Gordon was accompanied on ,
Coral ( I
lodge ttebekah. fort Dal. were Introduced to the aa-
Mayor 8. E ,Uvlnfnton will not hi* ..4. ('_lIut UroviOdd Ket- 1 aerebly and _td In place of hon him volt. to the Rotary Club fey Karller In the Week It Was innougced ','
make Know,Ue plan for laving the Tat Patterson, Miami Kotmrlan, that J. I). Redd. Incum- ,
"Iowa. wr present With ceremony -
tty by flntncmg or Feflnanalng of or.Application who Introduced the speaker, bfttt would be candidate for re- f
and dignity Head Cheese H. i| for membership wa
which h. ben talked ever glace the "
--- -- nomination In the Dtmorratl primary
P. Beantej directed b'. staff of read by 8wl. Cheeee 1:. a t'apllnger -
town caucus In December which Cheeses who moved up and down for the Ml*... Lucille and 16 CASES TRIEDINPOUCECOURT and that A. It. IJtlngntoa. j
preceded bin election In January
I would be candidate for nomination -
the hall to music doing his bidding :Myrtle Murphy Cheese ballot
rhla ult'maium he delivered and observing their ritual (Iran,- dare passed and the candidates t* the office |In the Republican
Monday night la the city council { i primary. It was also announcedithat1Juljanla.Wehpter.
ly they stood before their chosen were elected when the majority of

which U lueroome the mayor. box sitar and solemnly they I gave' ehwi*;* took two bite out of their t, : Member
that the office of tb* ..*.H.T board /.jubO latructlon -
} Abjection bad b eN
: ono another Uw '!!.PJt45;tUin- 'a, tlallote. wl, .nUKp rvvWI :0-
hid 'LIVINGSTON from Chit district wouldseek
6 Illegally created by reeolutlon. ch *M. I I WhyTth candidates tartd to
pawed on Its flret and second At the beginning of the rer- enter thejr there Mopped by the I renomlnatlan to that office in

n.adliin* an ordinance making the many Cottage Cheem H. t). Wolfe head choose who Inll'N,1 l that they : the Democratic primary, ,

,iff Ice legal and wa*,ready for jhe U the Inellgatlon of 4h* head be garbed en men' attire before Molt of Charges Grow JtI,. Burton whose. annoumement j,

third "read final reading. Holding chess presented ean h of the they could join the Odor During Out of Violations of wa mad late thin moraine .1"1--

that the monthly, quarterly, aeml- Cheeses with the Inelirnla' of the ,'thoir absence preeenn were givento II' by telephone from Miami' aald bo i

annual and annual audit made by order a man** trap containing a ''I the big cheeee Liquor Laws would have a statement to make

raul R ItUMell .preoent' city auditor queak'ng moue ,'ottagc fheeWolff "Will you promise to retnee to neat week Mr. Redd said that hwould .. I

makes a complete audit by and Sw'user ctnine H. I.Oheynry .. .I serve on every committee the headOonUnovd t* police court Monday night run on the basin of his pt

someone flue now an. ynnocmurynipeaMi then conversed the. ._.. ( on Pap Five) the following; 14 cases were d.. performance. Mr. Uvtngitoa could i

., the majority of the eouncllinea 1 pound of by Mayor g. E. IJvlngetoniOedar not be reached In time for a et.le- ',..

and several business men 1 Jalner, colore'd<< charge, mont today.Mr. .
who attended the meeting declaredin PLUMBING WORK Fall Causes Death Webster paid that with, the \
II' drunknea| fined | .18 or five day
favor of keeping Mr Russell and Of Joel L. Lewis 89
full ...-.,...tI." of the public during !
the preeent. plan or HUdlUng In U hard labor. V. L. Lowe whit.
) the part two year, the schools
deferred 1IEREMADEEASYBY10PAYJIENT Joel I.. Iwe died Saturday. from II
the time they
rorc* At same i charge drunkencae; fined 17.10 or haw prospered In spite of serious
final action on the ordlnItnce I 'hock received when he fait and jfinancial
five day at hard labor Arthurl'omlln handicap All neceewrrrepair +
Creating the office uf auditor; broke hill b'P taut W.dnesdtl school
l \ hlt drunken and Improvement to
and passed a motion that the mayor j Corning" at the GrooverAmino *, charge, properties have been mad., he

be formally Invited to meet with 'I where h".bas teen living fat the tnned; .r:*.. J. A. llewott whlto aid, and notwithstanding the increased -

them In special session at nay time Aunouncemenl of a policy whereby : pant year charge drunkeneHi fined |'.10. enrollment of pupil facilIties -

at his convenience before the Kent residents of Homestead can Install Mr Lewis l who was Almost ulntv Jim Bilttln white, charge. drunk- hav been provided for tile instruction -
March IT for ,h.p'urpo. I
regular meet'ny ,
plumbing and connect with year old was born In FeaniylI rated; fined IT.W.-Kemp Hop, mlend. ot all Indent by thoblgheit
.. of presenting any plane he the municipal water and newer I September .. I If'. H* cam leeching personnel Chat tag
have fpr relieving the city' financial Ito charge Illegal poaeewilon of
I
may system for ten per cent down end Florid when doctor told him heI county has over had. The school'
altuatlon. Mr. Russell was ten per cent a month wa mad had only I el* month to live and ha* whiskey; fined |1.... Leonard affaire of the district| he aid, had '!

(appointed auditor for another this week by G. R. Oldendorf | lived hero for tk* part fifty year Hudson colored charge, drunk- been, ,conducted In a mof harmon-
period o( It day. pending: the fate i The Men' Bible Claea of the Bap- ene.et) forfeited lit for non appearance In ;
I (0., 'local plumblngXriri' heeded by lou manner, rniulllng a conetructlv -
of the measure to create the of- Q. R. Oldendorf one of Home- tint Church of which he was a WHIini Crawford, ool- condition which ha* tended f

rice permanently. ......'* oldest and moat reliable I member gate a party lint September ored, charge, disorderly by fighting I. Ind'vldual school iUcceeiRegular .
Th explicit understanding In the plumber In honor of his eighty-ninth ; fined 110 or five day at hard ofrlooa lo be filled by

ouncll le that If by next meeting, The firm, formerly O. R. Olden birthday. Mr. Lewis was a faith-. .her. Jan 11>'11. solaced, charge the lade County voter at the general I't

Mayor Lh In..ton has not presented dorf A Bon, I* now organised under ,I ful member of the church and one drunksneai) fined IT>0 or five, day etortlon In November will betimes .'

big financing plan the council { of III oldest' deacon. at hard labor. Elijah rVnoon, col- oftOne i
the name of 0 R. Oldendorf A
-.rlllilroreeci to work out the ealva.tlon i Kunerel ...viue, were conj<4111.) .red, charge drunk.n.at fined 1
Co.. with Mr*. Oldendorf a* aoFralarytreasurer aoevttiry of elateOn .
of the city a* beet It cart without t' ,,d *",M> him ceunc'lma* W. B. P...- I and baa amplocaptHal | Monday afternoon by the Kv. C. drunken; Hoed IM.. 3u* pHrt.er .- con..r..aIItI.orrlc.- now ,
back of It I* finance both the
ney Mprenacd tIN majority eentl- ;'1N. Walkvr Burial' was In Calm colored ch.r''.... disorderly by held by tooth Bryan Owen).
cost uf the fixture and the coat
went By wtylngt 'If the pitcher I 1 (''''''''I''y In Narnnja with the. Turner fighting: fined' 17.60. M. Jackwn Three member of the belts of .
of Installs tton on this Installment
vor t pin>. we'll just he to play fun.ral Hew In ..".r..*. The colored, charge drunknoee: fined (Continued on page three.) :
plan, Mr. Oldaudorf sold In an-
i,.11 "Mthuiit, a pitcher 1 ptlbearer were B. ft. Pullon. R. J fill*. Weeley Johnson. colored.
scanning the new policy, he ealj: iff I .,. ._.. heed' ".1'. Homestead Five
AH in i rumple Of unit ran hip I "Wo knew cnnd'tlona In Homestead i MwaMwhWo. f. retook W. tj ch,fl ti ; Lose

wilt n there U not somebodytnhampet4 : Connell. A. J. Van Matter and NoahUVte Leroy Hay kin. .el........ i lar,*. '
twit and the Redland Dletrtct We Delray Game by 27-15
by the ordinary elerteal |, know that there are hundrodabod's..' 1 111011F16 0. drunkentas sad 4..NdfIf. *"#"*:; --- f'
detail work who keep track of *'* IrmiMved by"Wrs: foitaltcd' IIV for non oppeaMnr*.
who want to oopn ct with the pity The Homestead quintet sons
tranwatlo lnv.lVpg th* In'ccm hliven't' Pauline Moody and Mr. OneyCauley TnV oaaa of Olio Ctllld (charged '
: water and sewer main but defln'lely out of the district 101lr'l'h.n -
tort outgo of fund, (Councilman F. of Qoulda, both distant relative wn)*, pcei..wleiof a g.. and *t- /
the for the neemary plnmbIntf -
money .., M loot the Vilest game
H. UndeminIted the fart thai *. inapt ot hold up was delivered to
fixtures and the work. Ifthemoney I ITFriday aTternoon. The 81-1
-- th* justice of the pea" oettttRam j
Jthomrh the Ity hid been .rom
ha to be paid In one lump were mado In the game with Canal t
word an illdnance of M*.*** tot Its or fn two or three lumpg ,lyeLave Jlanley Pigeons Fly Burr, rolorod was tnledToredoy. Print Friday 'moralng the first
for
two old light plan engines *. tin" therefore, put ourselves In I Miles in 10 Minutes drunken weapons and erryIn game played by the local boy .
}td
or 11 Provost new machinery ( mxMrealrd was.
purchase ; local condition
to meet
position
tfUi4| the hop hold by a camber -
: Ju'
Mayor l.l, ngaton and the and enable the people her t* safeguard I i qi tl carrier p'geon released at fined I fit.r.mi 1 of Hnmeetead fan that McOulr -

lly clerk In a previous UvlngetonadmlnlrtmHoH the health of their families' I Black Point Sunday II returned would play In the

had' signed a contract against typhoid and other ate.ee*.' Mm*, a "'_11<* nf eight nllee.within WOITH it OIUUM I finale*.*but men the new or the afternoon -

hat fa'led to contain thin. pro- I! city ordinance requiring hovee- t* minute ,>r the tun defeat put the ).*11''Wen out
bot released according: tPercy All girt Interested In joining n
"Mon.Slnoe la connect their promises they were .. Ulrn
which road
I
I of the e
1'1\ 1h&
.. the engine stayed her with city sewer and water' rates I, Mauley Who I I. raking the' girl scout troop are Invited to bopreeent 1 a hoed *hdlng at the tourney

and depreciated until we sold them bas been In existence for some rime. pigeon* and hope* to train them" to *t the organization meet-, seemed lose heart when matched.

for Jll.eeo several month ago, bat It has not bee strictly *aforced I My several hundred mile at a lag Thursday, Marcy It. In' the! with the to Ulra torn, principal
o'eloctf. >
the Itl lout .|1T.... on that one for the list few yr be- time Pigeon training lII.rten Municipal library at 4 Ay 't\t '

transaction *lon.n gold Mr Lra- cause Miomlc hardships made U the yard Mf. Manley eald.'and the girl over ten year of ass la eligible Ruses

wan Kt ir1lcoe that the amount practically Impossible for UM ....".- young birds are Ik..n oil lon..rrs Addhlnnal mfoeraat'oit may *o 1 I H.an..fa "p..n' byFron'h.
'IIIIIOI&I't'II flightthe time obtained from W <. t. i- Dow city Br, ok."e Horn Frytha,
Mat '"' ralthl would Inv Paid a go man to equip his hone longer
the pi7: ->. Sunday was librarian it Prliv 'ral James T 'I IWlllOft. Manley, nri.." md Wyn (tags
tbr ***** .' IK ujMnif ,11I..bI1l4t11"'" o' the, ny '
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Thursday. March. 1930 wIn
Two THE HOMESTEAD LEADER

'/, Frank 1. Wlugln I Der. ..... j
s sun. Norse Viking and warrior, for IMP 11.1. 0. 2920. : WN E. rXRKI:YR4. 'I:
I whose blatorltal voyage to a Land Dated JaDua'lI VICTOR.dIVEN I attorney
': bnrosit the seas;. I 110 nits ..' the I VICTOtAdministr&form I II I' Jan H. 80. Feb 6. 1 II. !''I 17,
.f John 8, U t0.PER31ANEN.
state
and Around I moot fhrlM1n MM dating nlsolesIn I 1

.,II historyPh Victor, rfcKpasidJan .' :9. -M.
II -
9. I H. 21. 30 1 fb <. I -
"' Vlklnir I. IH,+1t'iul ,IMK I }7. Mar S '

antis ry .f u i'"..n, ,'r.. of \10\' KOIIiliiyH -.
I.lk. "v lout trll.. ., ""h.' "f Ui CMII fit the <.1nty4Joe .
Homestead h.,. k IIlf <> rotate '"t MurM
Viking noon ire hrtiug-hl: *!"
I Im llf .I"te: Of
r In .. i"soot fnrlnullnK, l,,i,mi.Una 11*, ,.used IVdt The pro,111. 11"n "l win, I llilllK .Hf. T.i 511 CnslUmnt. Lagstar'strlbntere Hl -
-- All l ersons Jim-
*m)
mil Mir r-n-rd from
Perch li" N.
1 B M.Ctiiry. president of theIHM I Ifr"et o ''''-FL- 'RIDS"' irrOnly : ''''' Iht eonl.'Lionel l I'h"'J Lu hrln*. : site liUnm Estate:or IMmsnihtsaht Aifslrwt $5.00- -$7.50i11 :

.J < mr> I'e. of Miami con ih. < miK ,111x I, ,Sent
to hereby
H..m..1.f. .............,......,..............-..............,.....,..,., Inn s.-r.-en" a > "", .".i ,i, h 01 i > 011 are .%'\
I'llI' firm which laid form if vat" 11 .Inini nlI n 0''1111.,,, d I ,III I n,,,ujrpd to preaeoisoli
0'1. *iior end sewer lI.al..1 one ticket la out for the Hyclrliun 'iiilltK. narks. I Donald 'rl'I"| I u",". mil dmand which ion $10.00SMttf
,_I I"" I I 'Inlll.I..d for Ih.. first t min which will b* held Man l l or either if you may have against
Anders I
1..It"vhu.on. (1,4.t-111h ih mite of Prank I Wln :
yews Wednesday when hMI .. : 'lay.Iar.: inMm. ,..' Roy Stf""rl. I'k ,\10.,1.1'. I ,n-l, I 1,1 I .. of Hnm"Htcnl. Hoilli lo the' and -xtt-.fn.Iem seed iiMiml
,.. II'' the Interest of sume u( hid Hlanehe hlpman pr"l I- J I Comity 'lulKi 0' I 11001.. County, Ihrmiith atllinnll" tvft p
Hurry Votlx h Ih 1' t "k,
lu. ttl. piopmty Mmfi, I lent of the H..lpln. Hand BM..etf.and i 1 1ru!.. r'loildn.:: 1l l tit Mlsnil:Us mil, ,,I''I lorldn In the, WlWllM i3WMtHow iiKKrntiil llnu ilixU
t'h,tries T I I'u tin .li president Mr*. H y OvKlrr, Mro. K. W .-- --- -----. -- l vvrhe I months from the lime of CARR'S
uT Puens IlIIkl"or"1I or HomMtoudleft Mullin.. Mrs Prank K.el Mm I I In C.Mirt ..f the County Judge I the first publication M this nuOoe '
Wednesday night fur Il two-.lay 'I Lena. Woodbury and; Mrs tomm..u 1.I..f r'liM-l U. | said cia I"' or demands. to be sworn BARBER SHOPBEAUTY'PARLOR

business visit in JacksonvilleJ Douberly were In Miami Monday In Re Estate of John Victor. Orrased. I to and presented as aforesaid I I II ..
Dad County 1 the same will be barred SeaChapter
and the > at
Wednesday looking over !
B .atham of Atlanta ( arrived .
Homestead last week to Helping Hand both In the Made To All Onlllnni, le'gstervt. Ills.rlhittwn I Id) 11 law of the State
In
County fair. and All IVrwns Having of Florida for year lilt. I I N. W. KlnA M Homestead;
accept a position la the m.n'l (lalnu or llniHUiils Against baJilKst Dated this flat day of January ,
Hank
101... Blanche Chapman and Mrs. I IIt. ( Rear C Klson )
clothing department of Burton'sDepartment : 'l''l A. D. '"'. I
Store Mr Latham and M. Dallier, accompanied Mr.. You and each of you are hereby I B B. PULUW. |I
Mr Burton worked together yean Chapman. *.I.t..lnlira. notified and required to presentany Administrator of the Estate of
Mora Capper, to Miami Fridaywhere before Mr' Burton left Atlanta
ago after a day spent la shopping you or either of you may have
ana moved to Homestead.Mrs. ,
amlntt the estate of John Victor, I
Mrs Capper took the bus to !
late of Homestead Florida to the
Thomas Collins li expecting -
Jacksonville where she will meet County Judge of Dade County,
today M... Howard Oala of some friends who will so on with Florida, at his office In the CourtHouse A Challenge
Pa who with three fclorlda within
Quakertown. at Miami ,
her to bar home In Davis, W. Va.
friend will atop to visit her on twelve months from the tint of
Mra R t. Rhode 1* upending the first publication of this notice!
their war to Havana two ", ek. In Miami with her none said claims or demands to be swornto
...... H. B. Allen drove to Matftciimb Will and Clyde and presented a* aforesaid, or MR. SAM (PUTT-PUTT IRISH)' McKINSTRYwill
will be .
same barred. 8e Chapter
Friday to visit ber Mar Bllverman who
Mr. and Mrs. M.
1111 Law the of Floridanth@m
ot mat
and toj bring back bar mother are living In Miami this winter take on all comtrs for matches at the II

who Intend to stay with the AJ- spent Tuesday with friends hereOustav .

bens here for an Indefinite time. towenthat, We sister,
Mra J. D, Redd and daughter Mrs. Bear, and Mr. and Mrs Snow Little Legion Putt-Putt

Jot I.. Tnelma, were business visitors attended the county fair In Miami (; I
In Miami Tuesday. Tuesday

Mr. and M... A. H. Hartkop left Mr. and Mrs Fred Honn. I -- -

Friday an route to their home In Claries Cohernour and Allen \MI"I COMMUNITY CONFIDENCE SINCE 18911
Riverside. 111, after two months Kapp attended the county '
spent In Homestead visiting Mr Tuesday afternoon and night

and Mri Hoy Matthew of this city J A 8..vry and Mr Wrench of
Mr Clna Stewart! haa born sick JllnJello spent Tuesday m Key i I i RED CROAm
for the pant few days ant her (I Largo S
fain has been suffering also
from r.i broken ankle. I 1I _.._=:.:..-.:.::::.:.:-_I Am

Mr ,and Mri Thomas Sheridan At the Seminole Department Drug Store
took trip on ho 8.-Out-M boat ,
nut Wrdnrxdtty.I, I......YYY.a/xxxNYY1eN.nYNp........................ 51 E. FLAGLER ST. MIAMI FLA.

l leurge Wright of t:bl.1o who "The \tiking.h Teot4llenlor'saaaft. : .:

touring Inn South was a guest hllll aiKlrely In natural color
lire Holnm Belts und .. will be shown here Sunday and
BundayMr Monday ONE CENT SALE

and Mra' Harry Morris The Viking I I. a story of a thOu- '
Stanley Brown all of Miami sand year, ago It relate the comIng I

Hatbero Pa. were guests of of the first white man to Amer
Russell In Redlsnd Wednesday ica. It combines romance and adventure ENDS SATURDAY NIGHT

Mra William Brodle II la the exploit of List Krlc I .
-
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brief Illness .
ing from a -- --
during the pant week.C USE MANGANESE i
B McPherson and Paul Dan- HUNDREDS OF/FITEMS I INCLUDED

join of Rork Harbor wore visitors

In Homestead today 1: PENSLAR REMEDIES PENSLAR TOILETRIES
Mrs B. C. Murphy. Margarita and

inns Murphy, Mrs. Henry Brooker, I 41 u lUibWng Alculnit, I furA .. .... 40,1 bile I'cnMar Dental Crram a for SIC
Jr. and Ronald Brooker attendedthe
o Milk of MtfiriMyoat: ) for Slot SAu PeiMlar Tooth llriMhm, a fur Sir
county fair In Miami Monday I
Members of the Homestead $I,00 Mlunral Oil Plata 1 for 11.01 MM l're J.r OMinw-M, a for kloGlycerin

l'1Iu1I of Hod III'", body visited I ISo Aiplrlu Tablets, a H Poe .. 45Slo U. and llo-e Water, a for ,*:

the I'hurrh of God In Miami &0<< 1..I&eM'i Balm, 1 Poor . . ..
day night lo Mnd the IIlIn'l 70 AnUiMplln0 Mod Hi Woods, It.... .. 70 ( boo IViiHhir Inanxlng Or, a fnr .. Ho2Vt

which the K n W O Moon la I Slid Illnkte (nears. Ta.....,! for .. ? 111II. : rxrniiclilul Honp, a for ................ SIC

ducting them. 1 mith nmnt be served, and II.on beef, lam amiMm I for $1.01 IV Itahy Tak.wn Point,tier, 3 tar .. :3 eAon
Mr and Mm Walter Thompsonof
Hialeah we". the guests of Urn'rhenico'n's will ho at this Hli.|t .* ...11.. 5o. t:to than a fur ..... -.- .. bid .CINOI Butler odd Onwn, a for Mr50r

parents. Mr and Mrs.t'ha I far torllv o. If .ton' mmHi IM Sloe) Purr tool IJtpp soil PUila 1 forAm $1.OtSlo flour dll, :MidI llrilllniitlne :3 for "Ie'

hex <. ( ..."..n. over the week. |> IN1>M. A-4>irln Tshlrt. town, t fur .. .
-i'/rld'e WOOelM" >n li..fn........ A_ino.llon
Obllr augrantsWe
.
.ml White here Mr unit Mix JkIm( 11.1...* Ointment, a fur .. ..' aio
ti Tvld the t..rllUlI I <>< a An ... .:J.III
'
Thompson < have only one fair IV' Anita Mint T.b...... 1 for Ilk

.iui of ih,' grave which they bought method 4il. PunVaiilllit ritrail: 1 fur ... 4 1* CIAO NelMin Tollisltrs. \_>rl...l
from W. H.ckl*. They tn- one square
recently 4V: .tyi of merchandising
tend moving to their property hereIn plan -
i .*. 55'1114-h Hash I'1..1tor ... 614
... SK
the early summer.ldttle to that each VsnlHhlng tVeaiiM, a for
Uoannie ws I see anv Uwki ArtiS Powilnr, t fur .. . ilolea .
Charles transaction 600. FIRW Itirrsaens,' a forII .... .. 1\10\
kk last week. with fever and a'' means an ISo .:pooon. fIaI.., t for ...

severe cold.moving I unqualified money's too Epees ih'avees' 1 floor ......... .. lie .00 Feed Pinnlnn, a for .. .. 1101

to Florida In the nett week worth to the purchaser. Mo tlaMor Oil, I for ...... .. _. . t eo CLOG Tr* Jar sash Pimihr, a for ,M.01

or 8O.Mr. I moo Spirits Csmphur, for ... tso alit Tnivy Rath Salts, I .for -. .. bid

and Mrs Howard. Behalf ----- -- -- --.- llh Tlnrtur I
: are espectlntn arrival today of SPECIALS FOR ISo Memmtrbrwtix, S Air .........-.. tcft SOo IVnwtfn and Almnnil lotion, a for Sic
fknaff nl 1_. Miss Roberta
.lrll1 Mrs., and her sister and brother I FRIDAY AND II.M IViraVn'a halter t Milk, I fur .... ._ '| elk J'worfume.1eaooM, Aworte.1, a for Sir
II.00 tMyl Comport, a for .... .. .... *'. '
.
r MlM Beea Hughs and K M Hugh SATURDAYLamb
SO and Dr., R. Connellson all .r Loutsrills. STATIONERY : -
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:. -Ky--- \, Shoulder, Ib. 20 j .1.III..U .. __ lund HUMjowry I Aw .tae. MARINELLO TOILETRIES

Star-frank. 0110) Ripple Bond puuod Paper, a Air ate
MURPHY'S furters Ib. 3OC ISO Ripple B.MM! FnvHoiipa, a for .:::::: .: Mo Who Marlndlo I,uace Or, a for .. 'Ie

; TRANSFER CO.I I No MarlneUu WMtralnc Cream> a for ate
.
Weal Howry SUM I Fresh B08ton.25 RUBBER GOODS II." MartarUuj AulsrpUa Blrarh, a for 411
C
Butts, SOn Marlnrll Fare Powder, t for SIC
llaollnr of Bvory Description Circle S. Pic- "I.M ttoUHUHt ftrrtnc ... ... .. .. ISo II60 Marlnelk Muncie Oil, a for .... ......
Phone Ill-It
prompts Service 24cC.A.Field M a Rubber Move, a Air .. ......... ... 4O I*..* MarUrllo letters VI', a A* ....01
I nic Hams, Ib.

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666 MEN'S NEEDS

a
Ma Cuhnlal Club MUM In* Crawn, a Air $10 tea 4M....II Club Tah-uia, a Air Clio
:1 So (okmlal Club Hay Russ a Air ... I" Me llnhmM lab Hair Oil I for no
SOu fMna.a Club Shaving Lotfcm, a Air .. tie II... VHlnlM Hair T<....% a for .1.11
Rrllcire a> Headache or *
ta M mleniN, r.....4i* a CoW UM And Hundreds of Other Items Included In This Sale! oil
MarketIn
Sanitary
firs{ da). anal ,,Mik Malaria tethro I

day A. & P. Store i I

666 also in Liquid iI I (3, ED and OPERATED by MIAMIANS.Pall'e .





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March 6, 1930 THE HOMESTEAD LEADER Page Three _

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Four -
Homestead Men
Throw Hats Into Ring . .,-o,

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(Continued from.pa"* one'trepresentative
of the Florida legislature REMAND DISTRICT

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; Three members of the county
board of public instruction (Couth I It
I 1181lF7aGLF: t
tied -
vott.ru to elect one)
HOMESTEAD
Ftv county oaminlMHlinierN (KeilINIXI !
DUtrlrt xot W i. to ,-1--t| one I "\
Whether you e.. fore or not, you inn-i forget nil.it
Hbout It and teelat- itK.itn If Mmu ,!
"nl In Vote In the prlinurle toot

the.him-history. when of for Klorlilli the ilr two"l tlnnI"parties'. 00.W .Ht't .. \

will he M.lintt on tin- -.lei-HoM of 1\


O A
f registration bonk will be open un t Ii
ill April 7 Regulation* nercnmry. s. NF:

J regardless ft it*. on accountof MI'It1/4At. OWNED AND OPERATED BY .) l
ft redlntrlrtlnir of the county ; _
precincts Mid H. A. Cameron who LOCAL PEOPLE
hu been appointed registration officer I Ii
for the Home.te' .'Cameron will ba In his office pE ''I $
every day and at night on Wednesdays I t 1
until I o'clock. 0 PQODUG r = ,
Other registration officer In the
Kedland District will b, Mm. Flora ,
I D. Mr ri. ton clerk of Florida j
city: ]. W Campbell storekeeper, !' Specials For Friday and Saturday r

|Idl..nd; A W McVlcker. Iloro'i
keeper, Princeton: W. >{. Ow..n'l j ('I.\'''''' FARM PICNIC CAN (,/"AHT VANAsparagus ;>

/'H filling.,.lm.U llher.station operator storekeeper Ooiildni. Rlltcrr K 'I, Tips 21c Wesson Oil 45c I II t


The number of ((..pul>ll(...n voice ('1\ .::11 'AII\I J'At''AC ILL \I FORD 1 "'It":%" CAM:
polled 111 the general elation of

I i Florida 1928 entitles primary thai party In a.d.n'to its first'i c I, I Grits or Meal 9c Baking Powder 27c f'

with the primary l\w of this slate
I CI/tlVEK FARM 3 TALC ('AMilk 10 I'OUb1)5 P. w (i. s HARTS .
Voter will have to register an Dem-

I ooratn.If Republicans they register or Independent M Indspendants 25c Sugar 55c Soap lieBartlett

they will hv no vote In'
either primary and of course If
they register a' Republican they ('(Alt 1:19: VA It% bKINNFH'S: S PACKAGES
will have no vote In the Democratic .
primary and vice vena. Pears 139 I I Raisin Bran 23c

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In the Circuit (....,1'or lhe I'.tevrath -
Judicial Circuit of KkirliU.In Tropical Vinegar f Beanhole Beans c. F. Y. C. Peaches
and for DadK lousily In IZC 25c I 29c !
Clwiuvry.Viola Pt. Bottle Cans. .. .. .... Large Can .
leopard. Complainant vo W
H. Leopard Defendant.In I P0.1 NI VAN 11 OK, HOTTU:
lie Nanw iif the baste of nUl"
lila; to W. It. l0|>nrdiOr COFFEE CATSUP I
r For 1'lIhllral. 36c I 17c
You are hereby ordered on or
before the 1th day of April. A. 1) ;
1130. to appear to the Bill of Com-
plaint, filed attain you In the above Queen Olives, Don Special Crackers OK I Cal Dog Food .
faun otherwise the allegation 29c I I 25c
contained therein. will be taken by Carlos 16 oz. jar | 6 Packages V L 12 Cans .
you an confemed. Thin order to be I
l published once H week for four
consecutive weeks In the Homestead "

Leader.Done and .Ordered In the i'ltOf t SNOWDRIFT 3 lb. can 55c
MIami Florida this 4th day ofMarch. ,
A. II. 1980.
K. B. l.KATHKRMAN.,
Clerk Circuit Court.t'1RCt'IT I HAIM >-A>CY lilt H IUMH17c a I'l/lhltl

HOBERTM By( *COURT A...Nt.'IJfON. J. OAVKI.U ANAL) D. C Ivory Soap'M |I RICE 19c


ERNEST Jo. ROBERT

solicitors for. e.Complainant.Mar. U. to. 17. .Apr. MEAT I DEPARTMENTlItt !
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NOTK'K Or' If 'ITiWioiArj.i: ;
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NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN .
.. ...w I'OCN1) I'ICNIU POI'Nte
that under and by virtue of that
Final' Decree of Foreclosure rendered '
In that certain cause pending BUTTER 45c HAMS 23c
hi the Circuit ('.ut of the Klevonth -
Judicial Circuit of Florida, In
and for Dade. County, being Equity
('ae No. III4I-A In which Bankof "UITt.1 CH('('K 1'0"1\11 n.onn: ),'ARi1.1I) RINntFin4: l'Ol"NU '
Homestead la complainant, and
Belle W. Jones A. W. Jones, Miami
ROAST BACON 35c
Bank Trurt Company ClaraKarnten. 27c
A. K. karaten and McRae
Construction Company are .
ant, the undersigned
ler. appointed by the Court de.nd'i
Decree whl offer for ale PORK SHOULDER WHOI.K: OKHALF. 25c
auction too the highest bidder for POl"Nr
cash, at the south front door of the
Courthouse Miami Dad County,
Klorlda. on the 7th day of April, 1
A. D.. 1110 between the hour of
eleven clock A. M. and two PRODUCE ITEMS
o'clock V. M.. the property described
In Paid Decree situate In
Dado County Florida, to-wlt: NO. I tbOW 110. g) Is POVNIN 11 POUNDSILk
Tract Fourteen (14) of Block
Three (1) of Miami Land and
Development, In Section Company'Seventeen Subdivision Potatoes 3s ONIONS :

(17). TownshipT Mouth _
Rang SI Kaaf, according to I
plat thereof recorded In Plat FANCY MINE SAY a IOI II>!t }'A-Yl'1' VIII IIIERi I REAM
Hook I, at Page It. Public f
Ida.Record of tied. County, Flor. APPLES 44c LETTUCE 25cItevlinnd

said ale to be had for the purpose -
t of aid Iterre.
satisfying IK>N K. KKRRKVKA, Finny. Dirge c Net Indian River) Per Donee J'IUIoH HOME GROWN FANCY 1'O\1NUH

ROBERTS Oeneral* NKI.8ON Muster In Chancery. Tomatoes t

Solicitor" for Complainant.Mar. Oranges 35c 15c

4, 11. SO, IT. Apr._._ I. .
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FANCY: n.oWD' I STALKS NEW GREEN PER POUND

NEWT G. BALLNotary CELERY 17c CABBAGE 3 1-2c

Public
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FIRE: IXSVIUXCE ADKIXDRED

I.I! CM BANANAS 4 Pounds
25CThursday
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Thur :March f) 1930
Four THE HOMESTEAD L1. ADER ay. .



HOMESTEAD LEADER FROM OUR MAIL BOX l TUBBY r


lnMMid Thnwlay at Horn TWK CAJATOT TREE
I .-. --- -----......
(Melaleuca LnucadeBdron)
rubREM
BY LYNN' lUW8Hti COME OW ALONG To Ii' :S: A GOOD JOKE ON MIf

My own knowledge *f the eaja
AnCIIIltEditor THE CANDY STORE TOB8V.rAV UNCLE, -\E THINKS! I DON'T
I put true !. very limited: however.
-fcirtmcl- --of- wond-clap-matter I believe the commercial po_UIlltlm >. UNCLE GAVE MS KNOW MONEY AM1 WNEN !-IE

June I*. II2S at the port OfBra at of this plant to be ft u" ANOTHER NICKEL- (,. GIVES ME.SOrAEOUT HE HOl.D

IfotnCMrad, Ha, under the net ol limited scope. It may not to a A. NICKEL AM' A e'MEAN'

Wan .. un.stn. vague dram when I art that the
A5 K ME VOH>CH\ ONE
Everglades play tome day ease
j PRICE 1)J.00 A TEAR being a problem to the state ol ..fwNYYou TO ATHti NAVE I

--- Florida and become a sours el
i Tint:
Mr lift: INA GARDEN ALWAYL'TAKE NICKELe
sat *,.**>ry rerallue. due to the e 9. -
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tendr planting of this remarkable rr
HIT Win 1. Carter I>. IHy >. tree .

life wa a seeded garden
The cijiput tree I* a Relive .(
Before I took III care,
Australia and India has ba Intrduoed *-
Bonn weed, and plant Ot value
I I
Into M diicar ,and WM r.SURE
I Wet ready rowing thor
brought
only recently t* floolda.
I But O.d wu tending anxious .
Till plant l. amitlmw hnaw *
(When 1 should ehooaa aright -
I the swamp tea tons *r punk tree
i )
It grows t* a height of l. feet has
, T, nupply my needs and kill the ,.
, weeds n thick popery bark And lM e.
shaped like those .f the ton plant
I And help m.. In my fight
The wood I* ilM-grafclM a*>I acoabinatl.w
I llakt unit dark t'14-

And mint .to now the choosingOt \rf effect i.ii fill ghee I It a txautN

; what hull then remain j| rlpp.,": < Mmmnnt JULk.
And grow within my curd**' 4f
The only place In Florida here
Nourished br the aim and rainOut .
the tree l. grown entenelvely In on 1 KNOW
I rind It must be given
I the wet lowlands between Fort 7!
Attention every day.
Myer and Keter. The Moot effort
For noxious weeds will Matt TOOK TIII: I.7Hr.0
!Ito dlecover Its poimlhl value have DON'TCHA
Made I STOPOFFEMN
I only recently begun with Allen I is
And I MUST MM let them atayHi .
V MC
, THEM
I I Andrews editor *f the American I MOCH ASA NICKEL? tOE TO
Eagle, catering; thee _vemnM -- T/

r, loll with rain and sunshine A few yM ago aevarkl pl.nt,* wire

Will null my planting (row. met out near Rater T*.. a). hc*!

, But I must learn the harvest I same trwt kev*. n>u.t*,...-.. pra

I (Whether I will or no) I llflcly, they rrM>M a .utlful *.. t

:I Ob. \e divine cominsndment< poaranco and they hav* reached a /J
And brlna-a forth what t Pow N
', great heaht.In I j S
;. Heal, oery field In bound to yield | Madagascar the tree aa. ka. ,I ts- 6y .. A

Seams plantings uf the for t i 11.ivxl ."i.w wrully ro <1,.... t n1dralnng I toI

,lIr..,_. Th* bark has II G
II w h..dn uf fate an' tnrnlnit proton to to of greater endurance

With power within *>d'. mill. than the wood li> thin country ail I

Awl the gilut I brln In If.lnlinlf ,l though nth Mood and for temethfr I < C

Whether or not I Hill il bark wlthiland omit wntr-r, drought,Ii I

And the miller there |. standing wind and slight rroatuBeiaiiM i I'.UI

And de hli very heat I 'of the adaptability of i I I tyre
I
.Vain, what I firing I". iff > the thin tree tu the general illtnutlc -.-....... -..-- -- .-- -- ...II !. '
k!UNIn and salt ('Conditions Florida therein
n",ikt> H pass Ih.. I, tAnl I little quest'on but that the tree : Hint purpose alwv Tar tuber IH out" In Mimi, I I.'hln., fllr i-h.,Icliiliponit -

I I has a big future ahMtTvf In fliotafe 'I.o Imoervtnw to saltwater and sell.ondiiion It wpm fount that they\ LEGAL NOTICES

eu with God', 1..l lt in" I ot Morlda The caftput will I' _. that It may he u-1, rut, grew better In groups thin M hi n I
I want m) Htto hi. In I ourt >>f the ("(unit .Imtai ,
grow luxurtuntly In an'la thut will fence punts In marshy tracts or far grown Kingly The# do flat make
I.I Mali of rlnrklu, I..do fount
fruitful
A Harden that I*
not nurture the palmetto In tjitero
other underground purpowa. good allude trees. huvlng: a fin" No 4HNI
go that when He shall
per I I new healthy nijaputi groW-
many | In Ito Relate of John Victor, Of
The final load of harvest, j from the decayed trunk oC an I' The. unique future", ( the lajn- greater use from H utllltx .. i ceeaed

(Do It loon *r late) aid tree The wands of the tree are1 jiut In IU bark. It In pain buff Inolor polnl .nd'i ITO I| All triilllom. 1'COl lt...... IMtr ..

He'll my, Well dons. my faithful very email and will take root el- and spongy to the touch It : Just what inn theme tree willplay I I hubris and All \\'rnma Having
I In similar the birch ( alma nr iM-mnnila Against
eonCome layer ta In the
future
moat anywhereTh commercial" of Kahl I-J.K.I
them within the .**..'' leaves of the cajaput ere bark found In the t'ti'tej III..... n ,
very fragrant In India It has been and m light In weight that Hhae, |lie now In an etperlmontat setting I I notified and required.l md.
mart of the asset any iljlmi and
oft
Same qualities
!*' AX1IK>I>Y HAS found that the tree help to subdue Md Its greatest nag and value to which you or >.'U... of you
cork There fat more than lhlllly
tarried malarial vapor Recently a visitor a po > I' th. country may yet bouinillaroM may have against the estate
lHvon.ua. I to Rater wa heard to exclaim that It may one diy be used
Left town. "What a delightful place a cajaputgrove foe paper manufacture or (or linoleum ,t I -:....-_- stand, Florida. to the County Judge
The bark react like punk I ot Dade County, .Florida at h'a of
Had a fir*. I would be for a aanltarlum"Terhap Murpluueu fire In the Court House at Miami
Mil a tats,. I that ...ual remark tohI In fin soon mouldering out after A minister coneented to preach lorlda. within twelve month from

Dean arrested, tans more truth than at first real. having bee Ignited Because of its during hid vacation In the country the time of the first publication i>f
rmiletaae t both fir and I II this notice said claim demand
water ; or
Dean your ",.t. I ised Fully two per rent of the well !at an- IpboreftRl.I''ut't'lI. When he ...
I to be worn to and
(Ito bark la need for roots In Australia i il presented a
Len you a fortune. I known cajaput oil I* extracted l arrived at the church on Hiinduy aforesaid, or mine wll! b* barred.
Duht a new horn from" the leave This oil la allied : and India It I. valuable for Morning. the ae fon welromed him Pee Chapter tout Law of the

Met with an accident. closely to thai obtained from the l packing fruit and In the citrus -and said: ,Pints of Florida for year till.
I growing sections of Florida may > tinted February 4, III*.
Do
t wiped your chicken. euralyptu I you wlnh to wear a anrpllre.air I,in* VICTOR
be Invaluable
Elected new officer The lumber of the cajaput W prove to for this pur- ?" OIVKV VICTOR

Ormnlited a new club.THAI" used for' ahlp-kulldlng alsoused poe*. In Japan, hero the tree hat Why ,man I'nj "Muthodlat Administrators, Estate Of John

EEWs for furniture and mat someday beep successfully plmited. the bark What do I Know about aurplhenAll Victor, l>ecaaedFeb .
I* used fat caulking boataFeveral I?' Mar t, 11, 10 IT APP
Phone ua be grown In the Everglades: tor I know about I* dcflclta 1, ::, 1t

.. ---- of thaw trots ware ant The New Outlook

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Thursday. March 6.1930 THE HOMESTEAD LEADER .. pap l'1 -
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"I' o\!Is. .i ," 01, t 1? i II I i ,1-r .t Ihit it I"", ,'111"c, ,11'1"I' r III..ilsti =--== = ="
Early l Home Training Determines t
h and 111 'I' rhttl- -nd' '- h "',, it 110'.1 ,het" ? t ?' ?t I It< h.t

II What Youth Is Becomes ::,M.\I: 1,1; lOlltKc I;: J. I n :M Ill,.HI I I/,lit ,,in I ,tit, I s.5 In I.dhi., I ltih>>", I a A. SMITH, M. '
Says
or I I lust now lui ant 0\ lurk th! ,> i s.u I1hu uilxl-I ." and ho J IB paling now pamic \ .

Confessor to Boys! for 10 Years 1 |bN? ,ll..IJ'I".1| lilin with dlm-aw Unit will dug his I'r Office lluiu-n I I* a.TtKpboue .
j'
"Like I n* a itlur i> li,'ih Isle foulMi-iM and h.,raee his body It p.

through what ""hrllu.h' > hll Children Reflect Parents \his. unfortunately, other
him.
,through
nut rcallalng. th K''I1'ral the vntlueiit bad never sifted ..
And Parental Discipline j.things which (rough i through Into the elder. oo..dOD'1 la" well may have to pay a hideous 1---- --

more than anxt r" 1 is li.,ive mado ('onadounnca*. ,' There are pools very unwise'

him what he l. nor appreciating "We have liquor at our house all 'I father, John B. Tower M. D.

Excerpts from an article the fact either taus lwii a young I I U* time," Jones says to m-. 'and Out I have known com vary
:
*f Thomas Arkle ('lark, Dean bay ha a lot of mo". y to spend h* I don't 0401 to John' having .sensible paranta. Th Martin were X-1UT i

at Men, I"Dln'I'IIh of IHInola I. mop tha. likely to gills hi, attention cocktail: awaalonally, or a drink al among the richest f.nllll..f

appearing hi tho Itoiarlan.Anyone : to getting rid of the money two of whiskey, but I have tried to a wealthy metropolitan auburb PHONE' : M

before h* time Mriouily to the each him .o drink like a gentle- Whatever they wanted *r whatever -
who hu bad the per.sonal book. ......" I their boy wanted there was

contact with a* many young enough to supply! the demand f
There are parent, many of then), I do not know quite bow a gentleman money
people of college age a. t have had who look upon their children a* should drink In theme pro- : without sacrifice on tile part

during the lest forty years mutt without fault and who blame the hlbWoa days, but John'a of anyone. The boy, three of them Dr. L. Marshall ;

of ....._It, have men good many instructor or the admtnlatrator If '....rn.4.t hem. led m.th04'1 were, strong, healthy, athletic which with
theyhad
of life
wholesome ldaa
anything goes wrong. If eonT detected rood deal of MCOM at and
parent and from thin meeting bar learned at horn They werethe Physician Surgeon
... copying from another atud- finally got him Into the hands of
formed some pretty definite con- ent'a paper on a final examination, the law and landed him ultimately only rich men' ion, whom I Rowan inside HorneatfadOfflp '.

dllll"", or I* run la by the police under the I outside of the college gate now recall who had the backboneand Hour imummi8toaP.M
endure the
to
There la much being said these Influence of liquor father 1* sure a Father art the example, and IOn who were willing to make an 41 .*
discipline necessary
mistake hal been mad went him one better.
day concerning the problems of athletlo team for two of them T to I P. M. IM-R
"
youth and, there I. no doubt In my "John says h* didn't da It." the 'When It come to women, one L
older father said to ma, "I tell my eon (Continued on Tag Eight)
mind that the of has man aaaerta, "and no matter
youth today .. ...u.....u.................00..00_
serious his problems problems and, but many aa are I ae very* It. what fl* has the never evidence told I*in, I* believe a 11* In him.his. II 1111I11I1111I11 II 11I11I III 1111I II 1111/11/ II II 1111I111I11I III III BI IUIUI I III III II 1111I III 11I11I11 1111I III III 1I111l111 I III I 11I111I11I11 1111 I :;

the problems of the young men II'*." I wonder about that! I ?

with, whom I have had to do Now I was really a very truth VICTOR HUGO

In a large majority *teases,han'l ul little boy when I was young, aa '
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their Inception at home with you who are reading thin no doubt 5 "IV YOU fANNOT FIND A
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parents of theme young fellow It were, but there were times you may 5 KRIEND IN A CROWD. BN BURH ;I I r

la the Influence and the example recall when exact truth seemed a == THAT IN A. LONELY PLACE you Jry-. 1!

and the discipline or the lack of mistake, when necessity seemed to WILL FIND ONE." a .1
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discipline which. the young man- demand that the truth be handled ..
and the young ..woman too. I bay carefully and with discretion be 5 THERE are times when we alt need an as eu

no douM-receive! at horn which stretched a little. The number of 5 eistance equipped with ability authority and fair ,''JJ ';,, 5:3: '
determine* pretty largely what he George Waehlngton In my time -

1 la and doe. Heredity or environ and yours, I a./\ sure was limited.It 3 ness. carTurner's

ment--explain It by whatever theory It a rare boy who haa never *dgd =- ====

you accept a. determining ever th*"boundrle' of truth.It Home '

human behavior or accomplishment I* example rather 'than precept Funeral i E :,

-children are touch Uk.tb..lr ."11. Ie, 1'411
very
that and
youth
follows parent FLORIDA LICENSED! EMBALMER NO. I7. : ;,
parent sometimes forget this fact. =
= ...R...* AaikvkuKW Bernice g :
There are the parent, too who There 1* the hard parent, too i == .. E! ,
hurt their children fcy riving th.mtoo Hewer BI.. Hnmrotead Phone B .ft Day or right
who has forgotten that be ever did
much money or tee little, and ,
anything wrong In ate young life,
one error la aa disastrous usually I and.who expect his son to be per ftillUHUIIWlIlI1II mmioumnmuuiu u uuuummuuua utuuuuuuuuuiuuumuumuiummurumum3 I :
a, tM other. T _...._ h ... I .
0o c money f..... --- -- ----
rally cornea front th* father who \ : I
Gordon had been dismissed. for
has had hard sledding In his )'outh.1I'h. a
abort period for drinking at a
may kayo gottea hta college
dance. He was, the whole
on a
education through hi, own effort
boy of good habit., but this time h* I
and with much
sacrifice, or he may
had allpped.'I .
never have teea to college, at all.

He.ha* prospered, however, and he can't go home," h* eel! to me.

"doc not want his ton to go -- ,. "
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HerrmltorBucoeMful

"United Odor of Cheeses"Is J'atller-8uppoalll' )I STANDARDMOTOR jto

I. 0. O. F. Burlesque should betaken away suddenly,

what would become of you?
Given On Tuesday Night
Ben-Oh. I would Just k* "'re. :

The question to what woilbecene .
(Continued from one)
pat
cheese appoint you on, and then I of yuT-Ex,
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eomplaln about the commute .
that doe. aervr* asked the head I BOYS ENJOY

choose whom the candidate finally

entered the hall. "Will you refuse I ADVENTURESWhat t ;.

to .ote' on all questions and then
glorious adventures boys
growl about It afterward T Will between the age of ten and twenty the and
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yen sand on the street corner and have reading THE AMERICAN stays oil job
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BOY-TlMTTH-8 f'COMPANION Al
dIM_ the private affair* of the ,
It by magic, this weJI-kaown maga-
Odor T WIU.you refuse todoaat* aloe carries key t* distant partiof I
..--. &a4.th.,,' kick because w* ; (He world< intro o.ee toeen to
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dont have a ill,' f.1'1' fe.r itnaage people loss them experience lubricates the last
days?" queer ruatom and revel m the adventures '
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ef foreign land.
When the taftdidate had aa In a single leave a boy win battle -
.wd 'ln-the affirmative to all the : the froaea Northland with mind

qoeatlona the head cheoee replied! ,and dog team, cross ladtaa
011'aIwJw kao,1IM plain. la ..Prairie Rcaeear -
Then ) quallificationalotbecomng'valuable seam over war-tern leads ha an mile as well as the
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member of thin ,army plane or oa dangerena routes ;
Oder. Test will new k* fwalahed with a U. nuUI pilot htrnt.wildanfmaht .

.- with transportation to proceed. to In Afrtra step the awayIn / .
back of an elephant, go cruising -
Llmberier Cheese for obligation In a battleship fight Arab .
flwttxer Cheese, please bring In raider with 'the Foreign Legion first. Ask dealer
Longhorn CheeM." and participate In many other thrilling your :
experience:" that come to reader :
Longhorn proved to be a goat oa '
ef THE! AMERICAN BUT- -
roller and utrld It the candidate YOUTH COMPANION.

were brought before LlmbergerCheM It la ouch experience a* these
R. G. Moon. After they that sharpen a bo,'. wit, kindle for it. .
his .
Imagination strengthen hischaracter
were properly odoflxed with a spray
develop his. understanding -
far they took their obligation of the world In which ht laves ,. ,
with their hand on a piece of and of the people that Inhabit It,
old liver placed Inside a casket torepresent That boy In whom you ace Interested
-that son nephew, cousin
the corpse of Grandfather
neighbor or perhaps the eon of
Llmberger. a business aanoclate-would greatly STANDARD COMPANY ,
"' Tim candidate then rode over enjoy THE AMERICAN. BOT:

to Pimento! Cheese ('. P (lrtnoldfore YOUTH'S COMPANION. Aa .ta- '
tractive gift card bearing tetee.eaATie .It asnveaav m
tests for hearing, eight smell will be sent to tile boy If yourname yes

,. and n.", .. The test for *pechwa request It with your order. Then :
i. emItted. because the head every time the mailman brings the

t. cheese decided It U not noceaaary anaculn to hi. door the boy will '
think of you gratefully.Subscription T
to testa woman for that price are only |I."(
Lunch was served by member for one year and II.0. for three
of the Rebekah lodge at the cloee ,.ar.. Your order can be entered at
the office of thla
newspaper or
of the evening. Pent direct to the publtahera, Let -rOlltC t'S -
Among the out of town gueata, US : ; :;
TRIO AMERICAN BOY-YOUTH'S yOUr J..J ToaHng Servle 26 V. Blaoea 8tte.lvllle", It,.
were Mr and Mr*. W. K. Buamy, COMPANION Ill W. Lafayette I. 9UUlMfrfo to iiutiniktmU.4 I {
Homesteadlodge lilvd. Detroit )flcld,,". Service on d' nu
who belong to tile Motor
'. your subscription will dart with Trip, ( I frnm I.
but live hi Miami
whichever
issue apeclfy
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\ send you maps, t.. ___

Annie Mayhew Fitzpatrick > Which (* '. *./". .NWt..J few of charge I

, free of charge i :lame. ? t
Graduate OlM-rlin 1'onnrrTiitorT and Royal Cm-ervatory at LeipzigPIANOFORTE

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SECOND( () RALLY Your Foot Health MAYOR'S PLANT Early Home Training rol., "IOJ U"'K.I .

Determines What Boys. I 11110 to the .iI. ,II n .r ,set ...
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G.O.P.I1ELDINREDLAND D Become Says Clark 1'id the' tin"'x 'In.""i-HKlbllll' bv ,
SAVE CITY I"
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hoot shn|>, Miami. I lit
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nn i"r foothill I.',im. ,in.1 but \.n\iiii.i iiicmcn led liy "
CLUB font f extort TILL SECRET the third non his letter In bniKlxillTh / 'hint A o "ivputyand Fire <',mII1l1tp.man .

The comfort you take In life, the <-y belonged to Ann of the most W 1':. Rneney, fnf',,ht

condition of roar general hmklth.dpond
What Tariff Did for Other largely oa tho attention I I nunuod' from page oaela pus. but they ncr hlghhaltod .flrfs, wet gunny seeks, | en
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States Told by Fred you give to your .. lit r for many years. anybody. plne-treer limb agd both times ,n

Tour foot health can always b. T MX Skill manager of W. Q got It under control.
HartleyThe Home Cu, who aald his and his Tho cold dry spell la said to I i 1b
assured It 7a),will give l Just a. littlethought ."When our boy came to (ollege
iktt nrm'i taxes amount to over |1.DO' been responsible far many w da
t your foot, and a. Mm. Martin said to m* one, .We
second .f a aerie of monthly tlmo to their earo.DanolnoT a year, told tho council that he found out how much It coat the and grams fire ee.'I'oIQ.. r rt
pro-primary Republican rellle was employed Mr. Russell Pierre
south
with heavy leather a* auditor avenge young fellow with whom I
held Monday Bight In the Woman' thick soled shoes, and walking with' and Income tax accountant every,'they were to aaaoclate to llv comfortably

Club building In Redland. with J.ITrd oatromely light weight thin soled I' year "He Saves money) for na and I and we gave each ot tho
I am fa favor '
ot
big being retained
Hartley .f rttigerald. OIL.as .I ahoro, not only reflect Icnoraneoo a* city ..011....." boys a monthly allowance equal' to

the speaker. .r the evening. A but ultimately result in foot-Ill I D. W.. MorHa, speaking for him. I I that amount. It was the beat trainIng -
they ever cot, for they learnedto
R. Livingston/and I'f.' T. MoCourtnsy There are shoos designed for elf and Victor E. Downer, who live a* men of ordinary circumstance .

acted Ul.chairman and .. r.- dancing; for walking golfing and pay taxes amounting to several I have to live, and this trainIng .
till other shoes manufactured thousand dollar '
mid
every year baa been of the greatest service
tary, respectively d the meeting
purpooory to promote foot comfort that he felt that the council would
I to them In the business Into which
Mr. Hartley. (''%.leet was "Th while upon your feet for hours at bo doing; the city an Injustice not to
they have gone alnce. W* tried toImpress
Spirit of nepubllcanlim. peaking a. time either at business or In the keep Mr. Russell aa auditor
upon them till Importance
it what tariff on Florida' agrlcul. horn A. C. Deputy recommended for of economy, good character and
tillers should not bo worn longer the office ot fire chief by the volunteer .
"
'ural products could be expected to hard work. I
than six hour at a tlrao After that fire department, was
do for the grower of thin state h. appointed And no one whom I have knownIn
period they hare become saturated to that office by the council
college has shown the effect. of i 0
said that "tho sign posts of the
with tho ocrotlon of the tact Monday night Mr. Elliott,
.>*at were tho guide to the future," such training more than these
They require' a chance to dry out, machinery broker whose claim for I IaommllolI j
ind told how a protective tariff on three young men hare done. It la
to aerate. Germs require three condnione on the mile of tho old GeneralPublic
,>.nuU had brought back nllllonaif to spread destruction tight plant engine bw resulted In such a* these who will rise up
dollars to the farmer of Alabe- later to call their parent blessed.I .
throughout the entire tyTrtera.Theao ,deferring' payment of a 14.0 note
na, Georgia and North knt Houtharollna. have great respect for Troyer. Utilities.
are heat, molotvro and darknoeo. for tho balance duo on the engine,
: Ho Hid that the growri on our football team. I have met
.
These condition are present argued big claim before the council
ot those Mate wore getting |(( In your ahoea. In an, feet receive < :Monday night CouncilmanUndeman his. parent They are wholesome, tlane.enael Those 1Oft.1t I III
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ton for peanut when China be- leas than five minutes pure oxygen and several former hard working people of very Moderate
mn shipping peanut HMO thta I mean They are muck respected
during tho average twenty-four, sentry al |T a. ton. A tariff on In the rural community I II
houra. It you aro to expect your I rtio audience recalled that Mr. El
canut Import brought the market relit to continue In health, or to ob-. I Uott "atepped out of the picture"and -rh ere tit ey v ve. tor thy are God. We '
sack and waved tho peanut farmer, tats foot heaHhyou meet" allow let the Zolnlcker supply Co. fearing, they< hate Integrity. they can put a
rom disaster, ho a''.. work for the best Interest of their
them periodical treatment by theor representative and the city deal. direct 1 I'
Loon K Howo of Miami, edit blropoduit-podlatrtot, dally tmiat with each other after he was community. Th.In)' has been NEW TOP ON
r the Florida Hut Republican tho. taught t* work; ho baa a strong
ment In the homo, a* outlined In unable to get the buyer to offer
'(rut Issue of which ", .d. IU aptsaranoe this article; stockings that are more than the final Bet price healthy body, and he I. Innately a YOURCARand

last week, told tho moot amply roomy at tho toe* -moet quoted to Mr. Elliott by the council. gentleman H* hM chaMutort he 1
iff that a Republican wa has shown scholastic excellence, ; he
press
The
Important tf all shoes of correct city attorney, on Inatruotlon .
leaded In Florida to get unbiased, design correctly fitted.Krpxxd from the council, ha notified the ha* physical fare, and through
act* to the publlo. :Ur. Hews, / Of Verve beat Zclnlcker Supply Co. that unlea hto own effort ho bas financed

,itrodured a* former secretary of It would be almost Impossible the) note I* paid promptly Hom..4 .- himself throughcollege.. With all New Wood Work!,
ho Dodo these, tiling ho ha almost
County Bar Association ) will wen
start
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to over-em phaatoo the value of proceeding* to collect -
aid that tko public had so Idea of proper stance and the position of H.Aa every honor that a boy can win In :I in its Body :
ho which lo college I never him rush onto I
extent to cerrwptton see
ordinance
tko' It all
foot. it the keynote ot creating the ordinance -
flag practiced In th* Dade County correction ef aaalatant the Held without a thrill ot pleas
and the more a wearer city attorney at a
ourt houao. H* Intend* to espeeo salary ot It ure. How doe* It come that ho de We can also
to willing to assist the correctivefeature per annum was paaaed ,
his alleged corruption. .* of a shoe by this attention 01 tt* first and second reading. ..lepe4.11 these trans It was
The Mediterranean fruit fly wa tin quicker and more permanent" The reason given for' creating the through the example and the precept Build Your Truck
lacussed. The speaker ot tho the relief.Your office was that when the city attorney I ., hi.* parent; It was the
veiling expressed the belief that ttalnlag and the which
discipline
feet are your only mechan to called out ot the city
levee had boon "planted" In Florla. tam ot locomotion for which there I there will bo someone hero to look Troyer got at homo which has : BodyAt
Local political situations were made hIm what ho Is.
after the legal affaire .
are no spare part < of the elt,
.UK> discussed" and announcement Learn to use them rightfully.. I The assistant city attorney would What your child and rain la and a substantial saving

made regarding registration and Good feet. are essential to health. be appointed by the elty attorney become depend. pretty completely -in addition to taking
the office to be Hlled at tho prl- the ordinance upon, what we ourselves are and
Both ends ot your anatomy mUll provides.two of all other kinds cr
marie In Juno and the generalelection do. It to the parent whom J meet are
work efficiently or you fall In the
In November Refresh ll-mlnute period who furnish the explanation of millwork.
race for Health Wealth and Hap-
monte i>t coffee and cake were The Homestead party consisted their children' strength and weak-
nerved by II.... Clnii Stewart plnea of: Mr. and Mre. Hackler Mro.ritxpatrkk .....

Tho neat Republican rally will Mia Lewis, Mr. and IIMPHREY
be hold on the tint Monday In Child Players Attend Mr*. W. L. Cooper and the members .Gras Fires Twice Call

April which will be April t, the Legion's Conference' of the orcheatrMarjorl* Firemen Into CountryGran Mill-WorkShop
mooting voted. and Wilma Cooper, Louie Long
Mr*. Annie Uayhew fltipatrlck' Flupatrlrk. rranoo Doroiy, Archer fire ;the rear of tho W. IS IL W. Sad 84. .,... M'-JHomcateaJ

BOOK RF.VIFW It IU.ISHF.D child orchestra with O. J. tackler Smith, Theodore Franklin Jack A. Murphy avocado grove, west ofXromo nrtd

Legion delegate represented the Krone, Otha Hackler, Edgar Cooper read and south of Waldm

1 Till book review m the book ofRather Homestead Legion. poet at the dlatrkt and Huddle FltipmtrM.; drive.vol.4 tho Homestead. flee

delivered .y the Re*. conference held Sunday afternoon ..., .. '" .
Presbyterian Church M tho guest In Hollywood where about !ilUllllliltillIiligllllllUlUlllllplllllgllliillql111RlIIll{ ( lttillggli1111111liI11111111111l111lttilttllllltUlliliilll! { \ ltUll! .

meeting of the Weaaaa Quit ot Iou hundred member of the Legion
the Redlaada has boom published and Auxiliary were aaaembled

(I. the Christian World which to at tho Hollywood Oolf and Country I I i

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BAPTIST I800rAU = PLUlIBIN'G.1fi
nonirrr-'.-'""'- H f a M.fVn .c 'obn'-I. ...*. C p. Jack
ker. pastor. Sunday school al son. roctor Sunday school M It ain ==
t:t! a. m. B. LMcCUxnaban.. ft- .: service and sermon at 11 a. n.
per tendent Preachleg U 11 .. m.na "
r'10 p. m. B. T P. U. al irrnciuivRMlUnd. .

q:3): p. m RE- Sherard. preel I .-Th* ne. O. Norman, 55I (Fixtures and Work) I
dent New and Interesting prograaa I pastor I'D.llell.rwtoee ovary_
each week. W. ... U. meeting :sad Sunday. at I p. m.| OrmaaaarvlMn E
-very third Wednesday .( the ovary fourth Sunday In
mo: 'h at I:00 clocfc.. "'. & L i each month, at I p m. E
MO lanahan. erealdencMar Furnished and InstalledFOR I
O-MM.ing arrnmn.r IFTIIOni8T KHI8COPAUrlortda == .1
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"Would HnmUnid. Wrhonw4Tlie H... George E.! Penal putor! !S=
f ..,......'1.. Sunday school It a. IT. Ur. Ne1.
prayer aerators tot WrdiMMhty Ile Mulllna, superintendent: prtacb- i I I
; ovcnliitc .IH b.. ton Ing at TIO p. mKnllaml. = .
I .,.xttsl by the Re.. txtwanl: I .-.Tht n... George E ==
Ella of ('..nn.....: ...II. who 4n Vestal paator Sunday aihool 10 ==
.llor known an "Th OK," eclook Public ...-"fit.1 11Bpwerth == i
i |. Man. maw I.p1. mill be I l..alluo. T:M p. m. I 1ODowN (
Rot* Harbor Cliurrh i ilaland == E
I: fir ilHMiM) for the a : the .%..01".. Ih Prettier of HMmmimlly of Kay I/arg The Rev. 1 = = '.
awl riinn-h .... 1!:. I. Oilman. paM*>. Pnerhlnd i== C
;' I ,lied to blur U,'* aditrriwCHRISTIAN very Hunday at tit a, m

-- .1 METHODIST. nEt 'I ==
t tIC!!:!'CIII '
orlila: Clljr-Or(. dw and Florida City-The Rev C. PEaklne 5 AND 10 A MONTH I 1
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1 Sir't Kreet Bund* school. paator Sunday school t ==
1.I I .
In 9 a. m for puDiln uitdtii p. m. lira Maude hltehead lupenntendent -
per's a* age: momlnff service ai I..chl".t 1 =
I clock Wednesday evening pm. BY !
i'
m.. inf. which In idea teatlmon- ,
...1.: or ChilMian 8l l Ivnce healing. n unionist' aa'tS'O"AL ==
F '"" ) o'clock. All are cordially BOtiTII' ==
'w 3med. \\lifts I Mime Chun'-I-IcMlOtaa' 1 G. R. OLDENDORF & COO i ; j
41 r __ The Itev. L. lIfu...... D I>.. p..etor =
; ('IwPC i OK CHRIST Sunday school at SAG a. m..1 IH \
1n..41I1'I.Orll. of Avenue C. A. Field auperlnwndd PreachIng -'i= .. .J1I0JIESTEAJ'S
I at It a. m ml i SO p m.i: ;
A"t1 riff etrael Bible leeeon I OLDEST PLUMBERSWe .
Kl I>"(irh Lena i, ,u u sci lunlor'SI I
1D. ) communion
a. m.: JI'O: !
,eimi at .n l 1 H Itt 1 Al'jSgilillli
a rF .'n iron: 1II\I:; ;:: :, v'.I rnoM'ss I

I 1I1I1C11-OFOOUFionMtttvad I In\'II..1.I Plot. i .nl i 1'.1.. .'r\'k'l| H know conditions in Homestead and the i :
W..dn.'.ln tit 7.11i li =:
' 3. V. < ) i
Dadioi ,
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,t. t.o gong nrvlot. I:45 a. m.; Sun I i I War 0.-vlarn'ng: Nn'M' It, = Redland District.Ve know that there are N ,t;
1. drhool nt 10 a. m : B. C. liurupertnlcndrnt mKr I <|iiHrit' "('hrti .' Ready
1 I PI: .' caching! > XtiltiMiMnii:,,,. "riMirllublo i hundreds of citizens here who want to connect _a
i : -
0' 1 a. in and I 00 p m. Prayer % lrMpiii e of Chrldl." ::: ;
with the city water and sewer systems but haven'tthe
lag every "d'i8nln.. tciilnir: MniNinMir I...- 15

/ l'"I'n "II OF TilE NAZARENE 1 1r 'I' Wing ranlonnhli(0".1'Kin. Mr"*i. .dud Mi......tt.i1 .mlI ... I. a money for the necessary plumbing fixtures
rKuMk...,I. -C<.rn..r Mown SI i ==
>r 'Miinml wliruiln guaitH.IKII 1 and the work of them if that has
,", ant. II. W. Fourth Avenue. W. A.I j "\\ Mr M.ol llmulnvIhmip" a installing money

. : M 'on reaching paator at Sunday!11 a. m.school and T:IDJ al I IK ('onrvrnl1ghr. *evening M>r.nHMil I=a= to be paid in a lump-or in two or three lumps. I .i

P :1. Prayer meeting Thursday ll | Hliu auto that Ilirrr tr
;l a; Jt n. m A heart welcome to an nnimrflonHlik alai Whet IK I G. R. Oldendorf & Co., has therefore put a9itself r.
It T Why h. It u,1unionohiry
Mann It-.The Rev. llmivre I' .... .. a :
., H. l-Um-r: and wife of Then In a rill unlit .h"' lII in position to meet local conditions. For .
UK- nniianhnml a n NroL'S
iMmUm...HnlMd N.and 1.. will"III..have.. Intr \\luil.la 111,1 br Kumlil arttfrThe alahi.. 10 per cent down and 10 per cent a month we will =
HM wnrld t -
.. barge of both morning andvnliig I : lllhli I 5 not only do the work of installing but will also "
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.: aertlna. They are a Tho' ,....101.. bitxrM bwl.llw ==
..wing our bmt prrwhrra. amirigera. I ..._"", Itrlo...' ,== furnish the fixtures pipe fittings-everything P \
,
> If you are limiting for wurlilp lni" nVlM-'n,.. == i

,. treat' hoar tat Until lied.Tile |inhllRtunHally I I. n..Io.. Try. All Thn* I == that is required-on jobs costing _

l'rlot..ou-TII.. Hev F. W j Silver l-alm-IU.. C F. Starnra. 5
K> hler. paator Sunday Bible Sunday "optical ovary Sunday = FROM $25 TO $2,500 |
SO-ool at I: ... f R. Underwood 10 a. m. preaching services
\ flntendent.. Preaching al Iti first and third Sundays! of each = '
. r 'n. and T p. m Young PeapleaR" montb.atllat nw and TI': p. m.I i Do away with your unsanitary, unsightly i
sty at I p. m. Midweek prayer Junior League and intermedlataL.agae
:meeting every Wednesday at at. *|IO a. m: prayer meeting 3= and inconvenient out-door toilet. For a very i ;

1 7 n ;\in.r ,..... p---Momr. else a<-*
of Slrw..ilBh1|>" will boarrnMia rnF.fo YTtRlU 5Oran.mu
--to. tojilo by HM 1lanlrlethe I school == bath-room outfit including toilet, wash basin and 1
morning M n kit, and In auditorium The Rev. John OQekaler ==
.. .lee evening, h# will IMVWII on parlor Sunday school. at == bath tub, connect with the city water and sewer j
the .Tlixiiml IteAMin for .0O a. m. J. M Holferty. auptrlntendrnt ==
'M SlMinefiil Iinnii ;':e dirimlan Chunh In Thin Air. 0.-hermon topk's "TLr ==
:..a...... Ap", Mknl Pmtmra Sharv. The == ily from typhoid and other dangerous diseases.We gj
""11M d.. you own your I rUM In 'hll Trml of PrtmbyIrrtan 5
-.Ib.t. will be the topic I mrvt Tuesday riming 5 and install *
furnish
p
antler" miMldrratlvii In Tows I at the bran i>f 111,. anti Mm.Euwniln ==
;.*o|>lp.a write* a' a p. inAJI I Srilrwder.YannlaThe ==
all night Ctt |_r< bn held at tINt rhurvh rat Vrt- Oekeler. paator Sunday School at ==
way night, preceding and lit II a m. Young Poop I." meeting == KITCHEN SINKS i
pin pa s ion for .n old-llnwrrmwdii it t:It p. m: sermon at t:SO. ==
1'I\'U.1 which will bennglUM Mar. -IMblx rending alTaunt == SEPTIC TANKS 1
..... ......... by .: tJlaa-: IVnpW Mrvtlng will 2
both Hol y, the fiery girl bo tin UM mph' "'''_In..*. = WATER SYSTEMS I
? NKlwr. brtrfnnlntf liiuHtayHawh 'IrA". Hcrmtint 'HIM la 117100" E
ii. and cuiMla..ln till IRRIGATION SYSTEMS j
:rat end *f Ute month. USE MANGANESE\
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Private Redland chapel. 21-hour Funeral ambulance Home service. II. G. R. OLDENDORF & CO. I iIt


Complete and reasonable funeral service. I ==
S. W. SECOND AVE. HOMESTEAD PHONE 5651t S

H. M. NEYLE Manager E(1llillll :3

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Pace Ten THE HOMESTEAD LEADER Thursday March 6, 1930 _.

..r. Mr. Claude HaJn* and Mr*. steels mission tnd| 'lIMk. at Its OtM lUdford. Mr. Cola and the
I Wayne (Catkin meeting last weak,with Mr* U, AWlw ......... !

I f rSocial Events J I -- Iieirottan ..*.rt'a'rom
XT HV (I.A/W MFrTM MK. AM: MICH. GOHhMtV,
AT BttiH HOME the, twelfth chapter of Roman ARK: DINNER; HOSTS .1
were onduc .(l
the .
by hoatoM.Royal
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I Ik* study rlaa eejiducted by the I Mr. and Mr*. Charh. -Bowmanwere
-. session! of the pre* yrln Church r A Service program I* to I hosts at dinner! Sunday In
Tin wismvti jnoArIIVAllh : M Moll (Mil fiA\N: I wan held' at the homo of Mr. and he given at the next meeting of I honor of their, aon Walter whocome !
: All>l";!*4'r: TIt t\I.AIW.,1: MrMHUlMIII1Ih. : I Mr*. lljah: Mlh *. TuetAay evening I the circle which will be with Mr. I l'r' .. regular' monthly nw flair of I when the following were pr..1 I B D MrClarrah March It. I I Norfolk, Vi "n a ten day leave oral.acme
"'" ,.et proof "t 1551' Mil) Itrllant was held Monday after.nurn Mr and Mr I. (I Mural, MIS.1 I IKmcraon the. Heand Mr t' N.I I.t i.ffl.'ertturala .
I .141,01rirk'e ".."",.111 o."no- wllh Mia Nadine Mradrr. Mm Moore. of I, Walker M.... II. n Riggers, Mr*. in dinner Sunday includr'I
,"s PA, tnetrurla "q.It'd I I vl,'Rreaiilent, presiding Adafll.// Memphla Tenn. J H urndurff or Ida WrlgM Mm fathoHne I'I.-k. Mrs Mil" '1 IrVd Thompson and ftmllyMm : I
Oren uuniy, li Mr and Mr'. I ard. Mrs. B D ,, t
ute-d I1 enlarge tin memhenihlpvliiH M nan ah Mr. u (I." lie Reams and family.
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I., h,< mh m ml'. r tr.'win ; Illalr: Bush and Ih. Inert and Mrs D. e'oker. Mra. Frank Child- Mr..l, Jewl tloxraan and family and f
,,'i.." n't, ulonna,. of the granI.o.,1 the name of a new candidate for J V U.k.l.r. The group" 'to studying. : H. M. Cook. Mrs 1 Prank Irwin, Mr Clifton Coaiman j
." I Trruril) night The membership at tae next meeting The 'read of Praebytertanl l>yKgberl T .J. Vann, Mm Hut'kir, Mrn 1 ((oiitlniiid on page. il'\'<'n ) ,
I the .*..T. Plan were OMUMHJ for a bein Wajaoa HmMh | ------.- -_ 0 on _. __ ..
I'' f" lion sponsored by --- -- --- -
.fit chop seep dinner to be'.pon. After the discussion a d.IIIoI.
I "n. glien to help roasters the
eared. by club In April. fill aortal hour was enjoyed The
"'H'''umr of H curtain for the audllum meeting next week will be h"ld.t
After brininess ofa COUNTRY
was disposed CLUB DANCE
I" lUqiie have been mad program and octal hour wens the home of Mr. and Mm Emerson

I fur I. repetition of th. ploy. said rnjoyed Refreahment were aervt HhraderCIIMIK.
MARCH
13
4ic J, W, Tower P.T A. pnwldent. >, by the hostesses Miss Lucille
and th m.tt.r.111 be decided at Darnard and Miss Nadine Adam. )"IMKHM; : .. Snappy Music by Miami Orchestra '
It,. meeting' of the otginlutlonMX Those present were: MlM Flllabeth MISSION TEXT:
afternoon Robert. Miss Dorothy Circle Four of the W. )t. # "f HOMESTEAD COUNTRY CLUB
Mi," Htinatrlck was aaalatcd byMet Haln a, Mia Paulln Talkln: Mica the Baptist Church flnlah..d study
IrunkHklll, Mr*. II, R. [loyrII I Kathryn Cast Mr*. Herman Walk' on "f" .,,,, and Mlmlon" the
Man .1.O' n. Webator.. Mrs ft JII I ,. = "
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I ,," ,'r Mr. J, A MNIII awlKtldMi .
I N..vn King Cooper an.
Mi,>- < M. Itedd. bad charge of the
II I.I ml About ninety dollar. '
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J' Jr, A. WENS :
AnT IIOOM rout
ti'.tlott;i or t4rkr will tk.* ". 1tfJL ,
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eta" ui ties meeting of the Hosts., :
I see ,if P T A. *t the whoolThur*. I 1\ 4 I
il".\ Aft r the, burinm meting the
IT,. .i""'o will bi rnt.1 the -= -
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TO J'ltIliu.n! : : (a'II,II
Mrs W II Prow wa hunters at
t nom Wednesday afternoon to
I, I"'''nc',.r (Julia of rt* I.. '. li meant". retiring officer of I 'I
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Hi. Jml.' federation of Woman
,,,in. who win honor guest apuk ,
,,f IIr trip to ,'h,na. bight refrath.in : l
refs w..r* *rr,'f f sent ..",.., Mr. F p M'...r- --= =-
n, .t. Mrs Hl .|iriii, Mr*. TrltclmrdMi --- ----
fcrpanhach Mm. Tomas Brew --- ---
airs (1 W Turner. Jr Mra --- ---
II, ,nd Mn Crow. --- ---
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>. J A, Smith and W. KRh .
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iv ....r. .'le,ted delegates to 1- -==
lift itflon ('o".nllon.t Palm
B.I h March XI and April 1 and
.' HI the meeting of the American I 17th
T..>,l, n Auilllary In the legion hall I
Wednesday night It wu decided t
,14. put on k shower at the Fult-rutt
gals, nut week beginning Monday
ro obtain' cigarettes for the soldier
I it the I..k.'lIy hospital who art I I IJ

I II Idly asked In need to donate of them The piihllcli AnniversarySALE


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liAtTIHTH OHSHJir: : I S. ?
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,. Monday the women of 4h: See the Miami 2 ,
First Baptist Church have Lees obrvlnf '
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i ,," the aouth.wide weak of Herald and News
pneyer for tram mlwlona Mrs .
: 0 itharln Plrkard. the effeclentW daily for interest
and vli,*.preildenl' and proframhalrman.
In using M her programfor ing events .
I the week the study of the ml. Brings Savings on =
: Ion book "lx>ok upon the Fields" plan on saving'on
I which dual with the vision and the
I I need of the work of the IlnptMdenomination apparel for yourFile New Merchandise
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among nil m..lonI
= self . furnishings -
lines In the homelanD, Of
I On Monday a study of the noire for the"
and his problem and of the Span .
Job and Italian mission stations I 'home won't celebrate
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you come help us
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were enlightening and InspirationaL ,
: On Wednesday afternoon the t our 17th Birthday? . we promise

program wa hM at the homo of == 1 hundreds of unusual bargains . 3
the president Mra 8 t.. MiHMana* I real savings on fine quality things '
Ja..U this tint the leader and
= \ needed now department in
; _'..tarl..f the various circles every' =
t, and committee mad Irwlr. month this great store (8 floors) is ready to

l I) and Quarterly report. '.f' .\ .." serve you quickly . efficiently -

asrvlces Thorn are berlnnlnr Mr. Catharine the prayers nekni == :"'" . and with one thing in mind<< : to == ,'

1 .. tearrmr: Mr K I. MrClnna I. make you a permanent Cromer.Cas- 5
han. president: Mr*. flradjr Bin; : sel patron. =
district uprlntnd: Mr*. T It.I,:= _
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riihe, third vI.'noeId.nt: :
M. V Wollam ewretarv Mtt....: s
it A Wi..... Sunbeam leader Mr*. AA :!
RiM y. T W A rou"*lor.; MmL : I

;,0, ilk Irwi i and Mrs Cheater j js. := ,
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Thursday, March 6, 1930 THE HOMESTEAD LEADER Page Eleven ,


-.' are asked W leave them with Mr.. I

it ADDITIONAL SOCIAL !1Y NTSI Munro.h. !
program was *. fNJywa: CLASSIFIED ADS
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-''''?'r. hymn.. "Father of All Thy (:* W* I 1

(".onilnuvd From Han Tin) -----------.1 "1_"; hymn "Ixird, If at Thy y

FIFTH OISTKHT RALLY I! : Command": lowliiliini reading; and RATE: First bxnrUon la awls; MtiteouM$ ImwrttMM.

: '1'0 HI: HI-:1.1) HKHK MAIL II The Baptist W. M. I'. member. dlmiiMlon.Th" Homo, Teu-hlna: to alia.

' 'Tin i ,ilH u' ih-' firth illitrlrt ul' hold 'hulr r..lliur monthly hll.I.1 t'il Isenah/p" :

{ new mrctlnic on W,'dneaday Hft.-r. The ini-ellnn which will boi FUR '
! th Minim /1"1"1 \woilutiunhi 1.'I 1.\\ next Htt SALE I
at the hot? .r MrV I IMiClmxtiHiv ... I\-i.: :
noon ill 111 'ling will' lie held 'It..r'h. --
? :I I.I 'I'-"lay: .a I I the Home: I ii.xl.lmi, tn.i 1.1 I h. with firs M.I.I.Vlnln,.\ MI' II, r'' roll "AI.t: CHKAI'!: dlKlnir table ;;;i-n I i I \ :11:

Nt. KiptlHt I'hor. h with minI lloet,'", h..1 I "ndurt"l.l I Ih, de, hon,,- Th.- 'iiroguilll i niliinllti' ,I..t M.pU 1 1 ui 110 N w. Fifth .......... It""ft" .MO .. 11,1 i mi N \\' ,01 'I.I, .

..I I Ih. W :M. I' its h".t..1 ,,,.J. Mrs. Motility still : 'I/ II1'
11< 1101111, "?',""'" 11"11' II "III.erilin, thiMieetlnic ,ronalHt ut Moil, K: \ II..in. Mary Ave 1",1\ "
.I. '"I y Smith, Nuprllnl.'ndenl I --._-- I ,
r" h.
! : : ,.It.II I1. n" fink 11..01 .11101 ell 1 l.nn'n, and Mrs. J A. M. Ml, II. alit say "
ft,r IIIdistrict I l in .In i barge I In. K,'d I 1I1'.o" Mrn Julia folk |nMIH WInl".I1" the rprn-Khmeni ."' '''hllI'... ,'ol1ol.t-| HI Y.I HI N !MKNHKH for SO 'I'"'' "It i''
ll ThiI I'nllci.f "r th.1 iiil unit auto many ji -lithe.l ol
III' I""OC"II'" I ,, folk 0" plans (0" .t, of Mm J. W and Mra I. I. I ; J
4ry .
11... I'.rrl". iliiuldn Hllk lingr-rl, ir I. on' imlr oi P\HTTItK: N 1\V 1:1-:: I. III\ I ,InUliiwi .
111/er: Irt-bib 1'1,011. wore Inside lur' .
.toad, err Irg' 01 to coloole ..nd Price' HiuiKlnm\ Makes I h. m Ilkne,\ wiilei. will li,-,10 .\ih,,,I j.. J
H"I ,, 'h.' '
II-pm I. It Ile rnl lu 1 Those present nl the IIK.HimTuewluy
.'1 1., ,I 'II h rln it I hint h IIK In theft 1",1 err I bring >'ollr rll'1' to 111. shit,I 'log Hull on.iiml I I''IN ..I. HIM i,, r
? I \lIrv Hi.HaulMm .
Mix J I I I.
nil U toweling Mm J. R I II were let inn mend iDi in < hi.i>.h ,",onlh ,for ",, "" It"I, I tIll
-vwiloor ) \ .1 lluiwtv ,iINi I UH-.I wink .I I I': Iln,'i". Mr K: A Knnli.Vr ., nil
''J" ".,. lid !II. l' 11 Phil., lilt I 'i.' nimble ll.mi 0: il I' in
,,i 'lh. 1' \S X alt I., .antI.1l.1 1 (inixMlKlhiK J W Ary Mrs IH: Cip. l toroth rnk. i. I IH. I.1 .
IIIn'h IIn.1 hold' a ..pure'1.m1 1. II" ill Mr ) '" :"i
wr j I lose nif'mi.,,11 it,. n. .%. Inirer Mix, .1.\ M. N,.III. Mrn U.IiM ,
W. Ird Ave.
l'adore .I
for 'the '
? rnve girls 'lo ro.iirniin'if. \lri ('..ilhrrtiuPlrkanl rally: i-olwell and Mrs A, M. i FOR IU3NT--Severn! small turn
the arms, |...opl..'. ....110. i iUaMociatlonal .done I -- -tnorWabred : I I .
.llw n-m-d( her work ai,. HyroinIII.Ill HA'1 WKK* from toned cottage, a r Matthews, V
lender, Mn.
nth, the program thalrman Mra. T. l>. on-Ulng Rhode Inland II 8. W. Ird Ave.
H Hall A number of ._cl.. :
D *
, Plohe brought up th* problem. ol : -:K.MIS ENJOY I.I'M'll Reds at .'..0 for wetting of "I
tonal l officers will be prcwnt The I Las renldonc fit' ** Mr*. K A i"II
the young people1 work of whirlshe AT U1IKJK HALL or |l for 104 N. M. Wvtr ,
l leaders of the Homestead Church nil or Mitts Jennie Lobdollftimt'K .
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I" director as third vlre-pfeai. Lunch "Ith. general good tins yto r Palm Drive, near Black
are. R"v. and Mr.. C. N. Walker ----
dent of the Point. tin!) I
enjoyed at the meeting
was .
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.Mrs. O I. Oault. Urn. L. A. Wise. n. "'AII1.It'1lR.U.B:
The various ulnle l leaders r*. Rebekah In the Odd Kellow'.
LIVEN S
Mra. T. B. Webb and Mr*. A. A. NOTICE! 18 I1KREBY
Bu_". Mri. Bolton, the newel ponded with the money to be given hall Monday bight "'re. C. t:. Butler MISCELLANEOUS that under and by virtue ol that

will address the a* an Maoclatlonat fund which amounted noble .grand and Mra. Duals Final Decree of Foreclosure ram
tlncUif president, : hnatMPRIMARY MALES CUPPED at reasonable dead In that certAIn cause pending
to ten cent each for all Urunnon vli-e-grand war
when thRv ,
women In the morning < In the Circuit court of the
the Th r.t.... IL 1<". Matthew. II B. W
A.. L. Bridges of the Perrlni acMv* member of clnloe. ea Eleventh Judicial Circuit *f Florida

Church will also speak Mr. Hall week of prayer was stressed and Third avenue, E'ho'te iolW. In and for Wad County, beingEquity
tire rally for Tuesday, Mar 11. CHILDREN: ENJOY! Homestead elected l
the newly
.f Opalovka, W. H. Ak.ra I* complainant andV. y
young peopl. leader, will speak Announcement was mad of th WX'K rHKlAfj TUESDAY HEMSTlTCHIttU at old M. tlrvnnell, Edward A. Mulh

In the afternoon and Dr. Bolton approaching vlalt of Mra. H C, About thirty children wen present Hemntltchlng Shop, SI N. Kl... W. II. Jordan. Mary I- Jordan
of Ft. laudeddnlo Y
Bank
I chalrma.. of missions, will deliver Pcelman, state worker. at the lock social given by the tar, across from depot.- Workguaranteed First and National City NatUinnl Bank of Mi

an address on a missionary lubJct. Present were: Mr*. 8, L. MoClanahan. primary department of theMethodlst Mra J. K. ITmphrey, ..ml.re defendants lire uniUrlirnid -

I. the Ices and Mr*. C. N Church at the homo of Afro J. ----- General Master; appointedby
Kavh In amid decree, w lll otter .
evening. the Court
R. Close Tuesday
Walker Mm. Julia Polk Mra. A. i WANTED
Thai following program will bpr for sale at Flotilla auction to
..ent.dV: M. U. hymn "FaltU VanMarter, )t... C. O. Robertson child who cam brought aa many the highest bidder for cash, at the

,1\.. of Our Fathera1'! prayer devotional Afro Frank Hauntnan, Mrs, Catherine pennies' aa double the else of his SECOND HAND bicycle for boy of Houlh Front IMwr of the Courthouse -

Pkkard, Mra. Chantey Daun- nock Seven dollar was the total 11. Tom Collins. Homestead In Miami lade County
W. M. V. watchword 80
; MraUcorg um mad by the .o lal. This la to (pm'-|0)RHOAI Florida on the fill day of April
T* I'II.' .. Ja.t", Mra. Catherine der., Mrs. Grady Smith A. U., llio. between the hours of
Pk'kard: welcome. Mra 8. L. Mo- A, Weal )f... F. L. Mo- be lined for the benefit ot Ih* de. >H. hr husband, 1.17.ZIKHANDbKH eleven| o'flork A. M. and two

Clanahan, Her C. N. Walker; Doleful! Mra. T. I). Plcho Mra A. partment. I : and LEO ti'. SPECK: o'clork P. M., the property d'-
.. In
amid I> cr* situate
response, lrrlnj recognition, aaaovlatlonal A. Buawy, Mr*. J. T. Vann, Mr. F. You. and each of you arc hereby arrlbed lade In Florida *to-wlti:
1' County
N. Irwin. Mrs M P. Wollom Th Helping Hand Society received ordered to appear. on or before 'It
officers vlnltlnfl Loss numbered right
; 7th of April, A. U., 110 to
Ih day
..hi bit al I *
Its KlnK-
irhurehca: Homestead women: first prli on he 1:111of Complaint filed against and Nine (8) of W. A
the Dad County fair this aek.Mr cause, Subdivision of the Hint Half
styled
the above
ItpoiiMlljllltj" In
yn'M dent'* message. .P..on.1 l MILS W. It. HUM ISllll'ltNlllY i yoU contained EH ) nf the Northext Quar
Mr. O. H. Boltonipxlal : ('U H HOM'KAHMra ,'I thrwhw, the allegation Confessed KirNKH ) of .Portion. Haven
.\ therein will be taken ui
mud[,, Mra J. P. Mcl.ttanand and Mr*. C. H. Partisan will be puhlwmrdnce 111 unit W.-nt Half (W, > ..1,
Thin I*
W. K Bird was hut**** the p&H&U..mpo Bridge by you order N. itliwcit, Quarter (NW
Edward Pie pur of Went Palm fnferUIn .. it week fur four <-un..*iutle 'I.
to the Thursday Club at her hum<> their home this elrnMalAfro. leader 'd ..r tb". I'n IClght I"
Club at I reeks In the Homestead
K'uih ( IllimtraU-d) ten mlniiM. lam week. Mr.. lone Hill liras .riabKuett DOIM- und ordered In the"fly or '1'," ".h\p\ FIf" ., in ,I.- I
1.1 k. Itecordn", of Mm Blo i Itam Mr, I oth Hay tit >J,,IMI It. UK, 'Ilitrty-nln.! i iI It.\ .
Florida this
and took the plece'dt Miami ,
entertain a
If I,. took I Elul: .u'liirdlng to pint' lln '
." lullonal MiTRtary' ; "Mrgnr.at : ..,hruHry.. A. I1, 1MBK : ;
ulik and umtilo to .I
Bird who wIle throe Ubloof record m the all
rrlend with of
group of B USATHKIUIAN. on
ofMiami. .
food Mra. W. I' taster : I ,
play The high scorer w.ri wait Ur bridge ut her home Tu****}. I Clerk circuit Court. the Clprfc or the Clrrult l'-owl
; 8lewar4MM, Mrs. J. M. __ and for Dad County, K1 1 ?,
In
Mrs, Hill and W. n Uunwoodr and V. J. 00111.1.1. O. C.riniiU {
Hines of West Palm Beach; "MI.- corianlulloiK; ; went la Mr*. rank -- i iIII. (:o.r: *..al110HHHTM MH, In -k"-; I, of I'luln u
I ... Dill Hasher I la .
alon Study," Mrs Hraxton Rinal: Webb and J. T. W III...n. at her horn In Gould B.and ItORKKTH.NKI.80N: Sollcl-, endEItNttCT toad 1'a111.ail to b* had for Ih, V"",
of Miami rent period; Inspirations' .ntet.tn'1 Mid Decreeln1N
If and !lira W. II. Miss Complainant. now of satisfying
Present were r. noon In honor of torn for
I. FKKHKYHA
address "Th Motive", Hev A. B. I
NclHon Mr. and Mrs J. M. Web k* of Chicago who I Is fee. IT. Mar 1.11.. -10, 17... General Muter In ChaiKe kHOHKHTrt ,
BrldK a. .
star Mr and Mra T. E Dunn Mi Mr and Mr. W. R. Crow. NKI-SON, .
Th program after lunch la,: and lira Frank Webb, Mr. and Mri, USE MANGANESE : Hollcltor for Complainant.
.. devotional: Mar I. II, 10. IT Apr. I.fKllttV. .
"J .u* Call; .
.hmn. W. )). Dunwoody. Mr and Mri Member of the Garden Club enjoyed

reading, sixth chapter Isaiah Mrs Bevo Webb Mr. and Mra. 1, T. Wll a vliilt to the horn of KdLeedHknlnln .."'

C. C. Hapman of Miami; .pec la ion, Mri. Hill and the ho tne.PY1HIAN Monday wheel 'the;,
MUSIC Mra, Vera Hummarlln: collection '
aw hi* rock carving
(aiMflatlonal, eipeniea) ; -----.1

"Publicity"" Mrs. hllsn.HS: AHKNODISTRICT
ten minute talks: Mr W. M. Bradley wa elwUtlwrctary
P.lmJoach: IMTIATIOXMra
Ullwortlr of Went
at a meeting. of Ad Antra
M,.. Frail Lulu Oliver Mra. N. Murph,
"P"ronal 8o>rvl o, ] Chapter of the Ea.et..rnltal' al

Volliner of Miami: "Tralolnlschool" and bliss Primrose Prltchitrd were< Its meeting Tuesday nigh"-' ,Mrs. ,

Mrs Edward Plepnr ol Initiated Into the Pythtan gluten. Bradley la taking the place of M" ". I II r

Went Palm Beach; Inspirations! at the dial Initiation held In Ml Lillian Grow, who resigned )1.\n. d .

address, "W. M. 11., Mother of V ami last W.dtlll&da The slaves I i 'OMB To

P. Work", NFL D. H. Halt; a drww"MUnlona" 'allowing Homeet J lodge mem I Marjorie Rdd'* ninth.. birthday I "BROADWAY"AMI I

in, Jtv C. N. Bolton; bars atundiid the Initiation Mr'. anniversary was celebrated Sundayat

benediction Hev. C.. N. Walker.MKH. Clara Dixon Mr*, Bell 1II.le. a ramify dinner party al which MEK; THINGS. YOU NKVKR HAW HbFO.Nt4;.

Mr*. Adcll Moore, 101'.. CXariBtudatlll .\lII'IIo-'IHI'; :: NEW JlAU''C'1I1: 'f. r TALk1'si0COMEDY '
Mary Mi-Nelll wa a guetMar. AND M.VIKWif" :
Mra. B. V. "Franklin Mr.
11IANGVw.W
Mll.l'IIKKD '
1'RMf'Ji'rThe : : Brim Rerti and Mine Mary Morris. -....".-..-.....""--".- ADMlfJIIION: AND ..OrHUIHOVV


id at following a Special off meeting Iff... were, .I elect the I'YJ' ''f M.sirits iv noi.i .......,,'"'...The. ..Calendar.. !. ....._....... I f Ann Harding, .Mill In i 1:

I'AKIV TIHHY I 7The Supper Club will
Longview Club hint Thursday: Mr, IXVIUJ "HER PRIVATE AFFAIR"
f Men mad at the meotlnlot meet with Mm, Charles Kuc-h Jr
Fteta
preold'lItIre. rtl.Kl.srj!
R J. Shepherd IIOMUI AND 011 1"\-\1.1.
: i llxmMitio
1. () Mar. I-Th* Helping Hand Sn- .
l) HliiUra In the
Morn vloe-prealdant.: 111 to. W. the Pythian COMEDY AM llMOI'NT :UWII:

Sbetilln, secretary.Arrangements 1 O. F. ball Friday night for a lard I tetr will give a dance In Its hall i F ADMISSION: lie AND Ur t ,.
at Hotel' The R.y Dawiwit' orchentra will
Thursday
were made. to I"kp party to be held sal'\DAYAVD)1! l6:\ i.YA.SRif :AM: 1ft
about a hundred dollar worth of lam/nuts. Mrs. Clara Dixon "r. Plo. *
I filled.ItANORM. MM>. 1I--Tb.11\. a 4am.. "THE VIKING"
the county fair .

rag rugs to I at M.the...Homestead II-A aoi-lat Country meeting Club, of Pauline Starke, Donald Crisp, Le Roy' Mason

i TO ATIKMII! SAN TA 1.KIIu J
KKUIAND LADIlJi'; All the Woman'. Missionary" Society of .tl>l>tlfc: "M>HT AND MUJJIIiKllMl
HALf el':FTING IV ;\tlA II'I I ll.UI\0 111.000 C-OMKDT: AND: MVO SONG CARTOON
TO HOLD FOOD the Whit Stone Church will too
Aid of Midland will A delegation of Homestead Maun ADMISSION' n. AND 10e
Ladle1
Th
hold a rummage and food sale Friday I will attend the meads th held.Mar.. II-Mra. Lena Woodbury Ma My ,-...., ,'"-NNMHNN ""?'.''"_- ..-_._NrNN_.NNMMM-..-

and Saturday, Mar. 14 and lit Royal Arch Mamma at BlacayniTemple and Mr. Lena Heath will b* hoa-

South Flagler Street in Miami Friday March 1Thla losses at a Helping Hand benefit
o&
Hector'. Feed Supply la a special convocation Ther. bridge In the club hall al I o'clock. SHIP YOUR VEGETABLESby

Then will be OPpo.It'1 I will be a banquet at *:10. All are welroin

wtche and other food on Mar 11- The Homestead Schools
HOI'IAI, SERVICE: REPORT: will put on a negro minstrel under

MIL AND MHA 8CHAfFARK NARK: AT W. u.... MKKTI.MOCommittee : direction of the Wayne P. Powell

BRIDGE RO'I'iMe report were heard al Co. of Atlanta for the benefit of

and Mrs. Howard E. Schaffw I .he business meeting the W.M. 8.. th* auditorium curtain fund. I Mathews Truck Line

r* Comua Club bout at their of the White Stone Church Tue.

home Tuesday evening. High I lay afternoon. The social aervk-i !. the f4nirt ('..rt of the Kbvmth. .1

score award' wen won by MraF. com mitt.* which made a splendid Judicial llrndt Ih"/o County of Horkla In 8 daily service Homestead to Miami
W' K. Walton. .report told of 41 vlalte ta sick and la and for years
If. Undaman and ('ham ry. Mo. tttit-l
quest prlae war won by l>r. and .ihut-ln and II bouquets and moves BERT L. BROOKS, *t UI. ComplalnanU !
Mr. Frank Hau.mao. tray* carried t* the *-,,Ii. .....* E. A., I Full Boat InformationSmall

Bnnla nhairnma. of the social sere v*

Mrs Outlets C. H.of the Parma club were and Dr.Mr. and and .lee commute, appointed the following CLAfDH IMfendantJi.B. Z1KULKR. *t al. I shipment will be picked up daily if left at

Club mtmberapntnt women to assist her with ORDER von rt'in.irATioiIn I
Mr. limitations i
d were: Mr. and Mra. E. H. he work: Mra B. S. Capllnger, UM name of the HUM uf Hoc- I MURPHY'S TRANSFER OFFICE I
.'olwell. Mrs Johntnderon MaiTo. .
: Ira Emily
Minor, Mr. and Mrs. Given Victor. M,. and Mr. F. H. TJndamaa. Mr I and Mra. 1. A. McNnollU ZIEGLER his wife, l)IJELAHZIIULER i For larger shipments Homestead: 523M and

and _r-. W. K. Walton. Mr. and Mra, Uvlngatun Munro wa MO' RHOAUS. -- -I ask for our truck.

Mrs T. 1.-.......hworth and "'r. and I \ttd to arrange the flowers In thirhnli "

Mr, ...-!'-. Perann having flower USE MANGANESE

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PageTvil'veTHE HOMESTEAD LEADER Th J'8d.v. March 1939 ;:,
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Industry billion dollar. This represents ter. Uicllle. suffered a eel. light ear aM fho girt did. not k; \\
Progress of Baking I.lift of the Value .( all product lar-non Sunday when a r--er" I she had softest a broken I
I manufactured and gives the baking,' flivver overturned aa she was taking until they had driven back h' 1
'n Outlined to Rotes by Local Bakeri industry tin rank *f twelfth of 4011 I herself and the other Roberts ft was met II' a physician and ''', I

'Industries, placed Ml the value of children !or. ride on Kedland I patient la Buffering no greata i ",
"wlnll to lark Of spare taut work to be realized.Ictil He product I 1 road The ihlldren righted lira I now
he wider wail unable to print an recently a baker a trade The government figures" .into I
It ntrrcHlnii rh..I,,-.llon paper nn was usually limited to local roqulrcmenta that the II.11t bakeries produce
the til lory und progress of the and trading un corn ai products valued .t 11,119tleo.lyt.IOn .
i Peaking Industry, road by RotarIan t'i small male, be rould not afford a basis of per aplta i onaump '"' A GOOD USED CAR
Hun T. Pacha Jr president of [Its lay out capital for the installation tlon the United States mnaumen
the Kutha Baking On. before thai of machinery; consequently' 111 II per. capita annually. .\.
lomoatcud Itotury i'uh! at IK 1 there was little don toward InventI |tfcV* Wa oomldvrabla baked ."", FROM A RELIABLE DEALER VlIEANS
IK...t UK last week I I In* and manufacturing' of bakery I not recorded In the census figure.
',Jr Fut h. adlriHx Ham 'n .purl unllOWH I machinery luring able curly period It to reasonable t<> hdli-vp I hat av A RELIABLE USED CAR
,,.) I Now comet the period of rep10transportationrailroads cry man woman and child In, The. ,
.. ., I I and autentohllea United Cater ainmm-n dally ,
I'he ,1 .r basins r ut least the a
,on paring of cakes in ads train flourr I aided by good roado baked goad valued at thrc cents 1929 Chevrolet Six Sedan-Four new tires, low
roken grain I h v the aid of h.atnc which greatly enlarged the outlet at the baker door mileage. A real good car for the famil) .
-" of the n "0' am ,..lit human I,I for the ".".r'o produ.t. male ng It In summary. w<. find .that the
,ri.. aually glow to dvlup. want i poaalbla to raa-n cfUjte! u large area baking IndtMtrr JIM crown ftom a 1927 Essex Coupe with rumble seat-4 good
l I
t ronMfca. '>urI from thong! primitive art to one of AmorICHS tires. Runs like a top. $255.00 j'
ancientuukora 1)I the oven With th'. tnc.reused opportunity fan-molt !ndu trlp o. ranking
placed the
t I mllnip" upon
for production the .il-1! second In number ortablish. )
"" it*'i hut afire relieved of 1928 Chevrolet Cabriolet. You should see this
moat primitive biker In.. fell: inonta, elu.nlh In waga twelfth. In
'''J'' liurdvnaoinx ruling und I
Jump beaomua a modern manufac- bolus of product and thlrtoonlh one. It's a real buy.
irlctloiiH It baa mid* very rapid
discard the ancient handmethods. 'In number of wan earner :
ng
mrer
In the last 40 50
uvri or years 1927 Nash Two-Door Sedan-If want a large
Inatalllng and aneouaS' you
null It (. of leading, :
now mo the .
tmorlrna InduatTloaParhap In* tho development of modorn J. II. Roberts Is Taken car in excellent condition, this one will in-

the .a.II..m form of I bakery equipment To Kendall Hospital terest you. $300.
,,read, If wo may rail it broad was : Viral cam the bread mixer, "
lade front coarsely ground irraln I eliminating the hand kneading and 1. H. Roberta; Homestead bar :Model "A" Ford Coupe-:-Repainted, good tires
ber was taken to Kendall honplUil
a'MI! with ..t... laid on a flat the hand Incorporating of material! Tuesday following hemorrhage i: 1930 tar. Priced: right.
ton and linked by being covered I Into the dough batch Then followed -
,tk hot ."h... There la evidence In rapid auoooaaton, coveredby of the tomato due to 111"" ... While 1926 Chevrolet Coupe-new tag good tire runs. +,
laventlon his condition lit ortloue, h* U n- ,
.1 aom suck broad even aa far a okort period of years the -
peeled to recover.Mr. good. Cheap at $135.00.
auk a> the Mono A fa. and use of dividers, auto
.
The first record that find of matlcally dividing the dough bit Roberta' rear-old de"lIh-1
wo .
AUM OTHER REAL OQOI KITH IV IH U CtIM.4
,uklle bakers la In Homo shortly Individual loaves; molding equipment.
after lag D C where train was da.Uvorod eliminating the hand IIhaIn. ,- '
t I* .HMI* *f....*.... sad rodlatrlbutod of tbd leaf automatic tberraoa.latlcallr E. C. CHRONISTER 'I'
1 U the bakeries where 'controlled proof bo...,, Plastering Contractor Bird Chevrolet Co. I
It was around and baked In the where the bread la allowed to rise
'M eW. fat Place Box at1lfoswmrad. I HOMFHTEAH, rLotHtlll.4.
moat primitive manner before going to large, beautifully !
Wa alao nod tyldonco of public modern evens Bread la now wrapped /1a. I I
bakers In the history of Pompall, by automatic electric wrapping I IIII
where round loaves of broad have machine and of court the latest Novel
boon found atampad with the development now In use I* take IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII/IIIIIIIIIII/IUITUIIIIIIIIIIIIII1III/
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ball..'. name, -probably to fig ro- Ing of the loaf (before It la wrapped -
.ponalblllty tar weight and purity ) I'nt'l nw we (Ind la the 5a =
The baker of this age war called ultra-modern bakeries that broad itsdelivered B =E
i i.lsterq meaning poundara, no either to the grocer merchant
loubt it rmlnbienr of tho prlml- or direct to the consumer, Redland Brand 3-8-8

tlvi, limp. when train was pounded without the Individual loaves 5 _
r
".v a pestle In a mortar Slaves or touched by hand and each batn'l "
TlmlnaU were lar|..ly employed In picture of perfection of
th. Irksome work of grindingIn also anauo and future ",", | Tomato Mixture
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'th"ao public bakeries.From a* the moat Important unit of food. \
I ; this period clear through The following comparison ...11I.."3 .* SI

I the middle ass wa find very little beat llluttrate the importance 0'1 -is leading them all this .:; 1ffH "
mproieroont In the type of bread. bread making a* an Induatry "
"moons i af baking or biking equip-1 its rank among all of American Is-I: '
wet Is
!: warm season. your't
'n"..nt.The_ cause of thla claw d'Iopm"nt duatrle*! J
., la probably duo to thai On. tenth of all manufacturing'i '
If
I setting fruit?' not
t that up until recent year, eetabllahwenta are bakeries andS : crop ff
"akerlr0 wr n public Instltutlon.l| .01% of tho entire eOllnt.,'. wag I i
: hampered by vary rig:d. drastic earner are employed In b.k.rl... i consult us. i
I aw governing production lngre These thouaanda of bakery wag* 1: ,. .AWe
Pants und profit In fact,, baker camera are paid fill.lit.III. This :F i
a rn public workers rather than amount represents 1.11'110 of all ,i .
poratora ..nd'In with the be- wage paid to industrial ...ploy... := '- .. = 1
lashing of lieu Independent small In the U ao the baking industry i 1 Make Cut-Worm ;' ''''))0. ==
'ikery oparatora, wa find little anuurarimont ta.ka.1.% to tile amount : 5
for bakery machinery, paid t* It* wage earnera.Th i 1 =
duo to the limited outlet for the value of baked goods In the : Poison Fresh : '.
,.k...'. product and the high coat country reported by the census bureau :I Every Day I .
.r distribution relative to the coat was nearly one and a half :

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Of Distinction I formula dust in any quan- E .


In Curlee ClothesA | tity you may desire.

B =

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: suit of Curlee Clothes an '.
I Just Received : I .

: Eagle Brand Shirt, a Stetson =

Hat, and Munn-Busch Shoes I Supply of PENETROL ; I i


I will make a man look and feel .. .

I equal to meet anybody and any a -8 spreader for Black Leaf jj ji

occasion.We 40 and Aphis control spraying m *

| solutions. It will reduce the .- .


can outfit you with a | cost of your nicotine spraying .\ :.

suit that will keep you warm ; r 30 per cents E' "


during a cold spell and yet be '::? i ________ --.. _---'-- :"

i comfortable for everyday wear .

during normal) temperatures. =| Florida East Coast Fertilizer Company ; r


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UNIFIED PLAN I PRINCIPALS IN FRUIT FLY ERADICATION WORK i'i'r COMMITTEE IN ,J


OF MARKETINGIS Upper left Dr. Willows i WITH
SESSION
Newell of the State Plant )i

INVALUABLE : ; : 't;" Board, who has headed I .t
the eradication forces OPEN HEARING

: .. eater Hen. A. ,M. Hyde,
: : secretary ef agriculturalupper --
Macktin, Estimate Exchange rr.4 right. C C Com- Chairman Says Everybody Will r'j'
winder, general manager,
Effort Worth $.621 On
.. ; t. Florida Citrus; Exchange Be Heard On Matter Of
Every Box 1 : ; : .' lower left Peter 0. Knight AppropriationBy
,1' : : :, "I" "i '; special Counsel of the
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BT F. .. HAMMETT ; l'i'.1. Clearing House Ainoclationi -
; lower J. A. C M. McLENNAN
right
Based exhaustive study of : ... .
on
an .
the Florida citrus industry, Dr. .. ,'.. ,..., ',)h? ,. .'. '.. '' \ Griffin, president, dearIng Two bright spots appear In
Theodora Macklln eminent econo- II' ...' ".! : ; House Assoclstlon. the ;Florida citrus picture a* "1
: : this Issue of and
Leaden In the citrus the Fare
mist and co-operative marketing ..,.
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specialist wise haa been la Florida '. \ /I Banking and business Grove Section goes to press. .
for several weeks h ',' ." .', fields have offered to give One I. the Intimation of Chair.man .
., ',' Congressman Wood all Will R. Wood of the
j .l a special representative .. '. .. I. the facts at their com.maad House Appropriations eo... .'
I of the and to aid In the mitts that he would approve ,

JFsdsral/ raa ,.. \ .. work his committee Is monogram calling for aa appro ';

I Board, expresses .' ....." ., 4f doing. Dr. Newell has already prlatlon to reimburse growersfor 4 '
1t h. concluilonI testified before the their lessee In the fruit flv'a
I unification .. "18.lIt... eradication campaign lintspring. .
I market- The ether la the n.. ,
of citrus
tension of the .. '
1 chipping *
In thla stateI

I cents Ing would saving a box.effect of This.821 aI ., Heads ExchangeJ. I Strawberry Crop !II Seeks The Facts II allow son additional to April approximately can 15th,e>(.lIlrll..lII.Florida it,too J 1


Dr. Micklia figure U equal to Will Exceed All fruit to be shipped out of the '
all packing costs under presentconditions. state before the deadline. ,j
In an Interview shortly after hi, <
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Former RecordsPicking .rrt..111I Florida, Chairman Wood
Dr Ilacldln baa addressed many told Florida Farm and Grove that .i
meetings hi the state on behalf of
he
was heartily In favor of
a legitimate
I
the unification plan undertaken by plan of

the Florida Citrus Exchange, a. Up To arch let Are fruit destroyed In compensation the eradica fur n ,f'
which baa been officially approved
pun
by the Farm Board. Exchange About 3,500,000 Quarts j campaign, regardless of the coinmitt" "
official hare hailed this Worth '.,000,000B decision on further fumn I
with which tit carry on control ana ,
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latest statement aa one .f the most .
work.Whether .
convincing evidences of the value inspection
E. R. PATTEN the
or not inproprls
of unified marketing plan that
has s ever come to their attention Editor Plant City Courier a4 Lions committee of the lloune Of"i
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Duplication of packing facilities While subsequent weather conditions A i 1 Representatives will .
duplication. of sales effort andneedless will largely determine the any further funds for a contlnui
competition account for Lion of fruit fly eradication war '.
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total volume of straw. U
the
this waste, which on the bails of big question ot outitand T
berries shipped from Florida indications Ft
public Interest in Florida The
a '
last ....on'. crop of 000,000
boxes would total nearly 115,000,,. the latter part of Februarywere ewer Is In process of being torn' ,. +,
000. that the movement of this LOW by an appropriations ivcommittee
Weald Increase Return fruit during the present season headed by Chairman;;
Wood In a Barite of ,
hearings n 4
Exchange executive have alto would surpass all previous figures Orlando. Mr Wood advised Flor.
:I pointed out that the living of this This la the conclusion to be drawn ida Farm and Grove of this 111'I'

amount per box would net return be to morethan the from a visit to Plant City, canter pending Investigation by telvgn.n

J the daring average the three of the winter strawberry Industryin as reported in the February .......
grower put years.On Florida and largest shipping Congressman Will R. Weed Want All Facts 4
it
,, a crop of 18,000,000 boxes C. Chase, one ef the oldest chslrmsn of House appropriationscommittee Chairman Wood outlined the r
would amount to 111,178,000, growers, peckers and shippers lathe point of winter strawberries In the who Is In Florida to la.vesttgsto ,whole frail fly situation and stated '
whereas the average net return to in world. the fruit fly situation la : '\
I very emphatlcaly that It was
the grower during the pant three .:.te''t"n Florida The current season has base arecordbreaking particular relation to further i ignasloaal co.- the purpose of the committee 10
has been about 10800000. I
Figured years In another way, It would Citrus Exchange. one from the start' appraprlatlona.Truck secure facts that would either substantiate .
add about 4 per cent to the return Never before In the history of this or repudiate an enormous \
. I" properties. With 812. famous cash crop have volume crop of rumors, .tat.m..nt.lnd ef ,
000 grove acres In citrus tn the state, and Farm Board HeadIs shipments been 10 gnat and ao Marketing Adavlta that had flooded In upon "
figuring( 1800 an acre .. the coat early ai during this season Starting the appropriations committee In >
In December .A
early approximately
Wanhlngton.
of bringing these properties to Y
bearing total of 1280,000,000 Pleased With ,000 quarts of berries hidbeen Federation Alt of our hearing will be open '
the return on Investment on the shipped out of Plant City by to the public," Mr. Wood stated. ,

basis of a three year average of this Christmas section, bringing approximately to growers'150.of. We want to near all sides of thecontroversy ?
4 Citrus Be Soon on this Mediterranean
110,000000inueud on Page 8) per Progress I 000.season Correipondlngly shipments had heavy been made early Formed (Continued on Page t.) y I

from other points Including Dover ,
By A STAFF WRITER In Hillsborongh county, Wsuchnla, BT H. T. HOLTOV
rtASSTIMULATED "Ths Federal Firm Board is Sarasota, Bowling Crane and Gal. During the month of March several PHILADELPHIA NOW 1?
PACKAGE
. \ PINT loway-Kathleen sections, while unusually meetings will be
.' looking to the Florida Citrus Exchange Important IMPORTANT MARKETBy
SALESBy early maturity of berries "
work unified vegetable growers co
to out a marketing
was reported from the famous
plan for Florida ,citrus operative associations of Florida
Ii north Florida production area COL. U BRON I
, COL. L, BROWN growers and has round Starka and Lawtey In Brad for the purpose One out of every Ire care ef 1
" Pl.t"_ befog used e every confidence ford of Arming i{
are that the Exchange county. fruits and vegetables anloaoVh ,;
) mere extensively: for Florida Dollar Crop atate-wkle Florida :,q
berries this season and many will\ ae Heavy shipments continued on Vegetable Philadelphia last year erlgl- "
add to Its volume through the early part of Januaryand sated In Florida
The total
at the markets report quota.Done r r:-
that It will be In but for a slight lull the third Gr ewers Exchange
only oa pints or else M ere evtpta ef Florida (.
perishables
a position to week of tilt month, reflective of In which i
both ejnarta and plnta. Peter to greatly increasetopercentags the cold snap which penetrated theitates all Vegetable aaaoclaUona > Philadelphia daring 192 broke I
last year practically all ,the ofcontrol" during the holidays, con- wilt t all records for volume with aa I
Florida crop awed In ,..rt-. { That U tinned to let new early season become unified Increase at UOt ran aver any j
So far as prices Indicate thereIN .
[ the mssaageI production records despite aa .nosrally hit ene largeorganisation previous year sad 1690 can ,
little if say advantage In the which Chairman early season a ago tot mere than In 128. 1
pints although there may be a (.eggs sends to when the greatest crop hr the bis. the ef Total unloads amounted to t>
help from these'dliag II angle. citrus Florida In tory of Hillsborough county strawberry purpose 441 carer against 4.821 care far
Many faailllea do not care to A. H. Legge ,? exclusive interview production was gathered centralised teal of Bailing eon- ?. hulton the previous ,..r. Unloads of ,
purchase a quartwhen pricesare With the. close ot February the
"'Jth. representative of oraagea alone were ItOt care
and distribution ef their product :
bat CMteat with\ a Plant City lector her marketed
high
are Florida Farm and Grove Section, The ia or a CO per cost Increase,aver
'1\ ,I.". who met Mr. Legge at Milled,*. between(Continued 8,000000 on and Page WOO.OOO(.) by L movement, M. Rhodes,being Commissioner sponsored the prow iosa year

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{ Farmer organizing Radio :
from the floor This allow a tree circulation .1
of freak. air under tile. Chick white Club To UM Station WRUFA I
" Farm.and Grove Calendar of Work raotaiag. .t
Give chicka plenty of troea feed sad
farmer radio club hen bee "
Also. keep again fern 1ft lime and, last organised :
For MarchBy gunfight by the Florida Agricultural Ezton.aioa
o then.
: eeekefala, wkVh' wlU canitltuta -I Divhito*for the purpose of uniting the J
about halt of the hatch can be fat.toned ., force that use the state radio station, I
I. FRANCIS COOPER toady win loea and put e. the Market aa early broil- WRUF, for giving .receiving agricultural .
Editor Agricultural Eiperlmeat StationIt I It ftn hapixmt that this preliminary era. They wit bring a good prig XJadoilrabla -! taferaaatien. The meetings will be I I
work will be delayed until the flow Hart cockerel frem later batches da not, tonducUd about the. tame aa other eluba
will pay farmer this year to produce and then the beekeeper. ia taking a change bring on the broiler market except that they will be held ever the radio.
a* much a* possible ., their living eat their of being unable to get neeeaaary supplies Ilatca :u\"forQ results with both paLlet I Varied educational program will be thamain
own t.V..bI.., tweet potatoes,I Just who ha need ...... Premise by the and cockerel feature at each meeting The next
potatoea. earn, peaanta and forage crop* lime ha has secured hi* supplies the flew meeting will be UM March 1?. and thereafter '
ahould be grow* m II over.Prospective. meetings wU. be held eat the Seat and 3
quantities at least toffl-. beekeeper, aught be remlnd- Department Radio ProgramFor third Monday of each month. Any florlda "
ed. aIM that during the spring le the beat Week Of March 17.21 farmer I* eligible to membership and an I
destands late to procure bee. 1ia highly taportant special pilvtletea of the dob. I
to be sure that amy bee. bought are Program given) ay the Agricultural AS-
{arm. We lICIt free from diaeaat. Apiary Inspector*, at the Cvery Department af AgrtmHnra tpeakertha tension Diviaioa thai week included the fol.
pay ether for neat and State Plant Board wilt be glad to furnish M National Para and Bom* Hour for lowing:
milk when these can be additional Information to these intareaedta the week beginning Monday, March IT, iaaa ....y. March Ueetiag of Florida
on our own beekeeping old fried af tba reel radio aadieaea. Farmer Radio Quo-man speaker 1. f/j fjII.
reduced Ia The Poultry Yard From W. Ii. Bead and M 8. Eisenhower Francis Cooper, editor Florida Agricultural
S..... If wa are to grow the Early laying hen are hatched In March who appear meekly with respectively, their Extemhni Divialon-.eebject Timely Hints
I./l/ moat possible of our food and April. The college ef agriculture of garden calendar, aM "r_ Business Ll- for Florida Farmer
] ., means that the the University of Florida bas found that ararytalk*, to Wells A. Saniaa.ono.. oU
ero l\ March CrotatarU
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*I,.v. r..... Arden b* kept busy, at early in April b the beat time to hatch mist. who fre.,'.aatly addraaaea the fruit Builder Tuesday W. E. Stake, agronomist Fier\desExperiment ,
It Mldoat ha* *.. Them aN a largo Roar American breed However, where there lawneMerabla and vegetable graces eiwtieai three h Statloa.Wwhwuday .I
hatching to b* done it ofen the National Farm and Hem Howall the
her of garden crop that can be grown la with
March I 8ureeding
will be necessary to do some of the hatch- speakers vocally familiar to laraberaf ,
Florida, and it ia only good business that I
.t-: Dahlia in Florida--John V Watkln aa.
tog hi March and wind op in April. the audwnoa.
farm home should have a gar.
every den to furnish vegetable for the table If hatched toe early bent are likely: tomoult With. this week program the Federal bunt ta horticulture. College of Agriculture i
Thar nearly always la aa opportunity to its late summer, and taw ._Aft up Farm Board U Inaagwrating a new tyatem. Bird a Great Asset to Florida .
dispose of tome surplus garden prodacta in MI earg production hi the fall month, the Oa account of the crowoad travel itl_ Mra. Spencer M Sterns, High S Fattening
oar nearest town*. While the quantities If hatched too lato they do not reach rarlea of the members of the Board and Itt Thursday, March t--Early
af market garden products that can be disposed :fn' of profitable production by the begin ttaff and ia order to provide for getting Feeds for Iloga -J, Lee Smith. district ... t.
of In local market nay not be large, tha-fall. Pullet* should come into the latest, saws af the board activities I' "11IIIo. agentFriday
aeeeaaarlly, It will worth while to grow laying la November and generally will eontinue Into the ilroad.ut.lie feature speakers in March f--Caring for Beef Cattle
tome stuff for tlbe market Ik generally to lay throughout the winter, when the Farm Board period will not b* announced at Cawing Time-C. U. Willoughbrpto- 1 1 1I
pa,. more than the coat of production and egg are high in price and profits I. In advance Each week the Booed I feaaor of animal husbandry, Florida College
marketing, and making a small profit oa a IJ't e'tl'O-** bke- will choose a member of a specialist who ef Agriculture .'
crop like this ia better than taking a large has the week's moat important message for I U. S. Farm Flashes and answers to Florida I
Jon oa field crop. ed b, plactar alattod roosts en the floor aad rural America to apeak to the National farm questions will be feature OD each
needed gradually railing them until It to 14 Inches" farm and Horn Hour audience. pftMrram
of on
Plenty. .. forage crop are
moat Florida farms. This.. forage generau -
can be grown cheaper thaa It can be bought
from the feed stores Small grain should
be top-dreeaed early this month with a
quick-acting nitrogen fertiliser, This .IU
make them grow rapidly and yield well I
March la a good month ia which to lOW
leepedeaa toed for pasture next rammer HUNGRyTnE.I's':
The leapedeaa con be scattered over the
grain fields and wil come on after the
grain I I. taken off or It cart be scattered .
ever the pasture or the land intended for

pasture. NEED oft Aft
March It a good month also In which to
sow carpet grass on flat-woodi land which
are moist Carpet la one of the belt pa*.
tare grasses in the state, and it planted
on moist, fairly fertile land, will provide BALANCEDRATIONS
good graiing be inpplemented wit
'Bermuda and other graaiee and leipodeta. .

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Spray Potatoes
Late blight la a serious disease that affecta .
Irish po"toIIlMI't or lea every year.
Some year it may not bo-aarioue, bat thegrower
can scarcely afford to take chance.
Dr. L. 0. Grata, Assistant plant Pathologist -
working on potato diseases, hat found i_ '
that late blight can bo effectively controlled
with either 1 20-80 copper-lim dust or 4-4-50
Bordeaux: mixture. It It important to

either disease spray ia mom or dust m the before field evidence to nrevent of the the The bud die bloom .... and then UM fruit-the

dl...... Once the discus gets a start, it realization of your ataaon't labor. Rake your crop a
cannot b* controlled. The lll probably IC ; profitable one by feeding your hungry treat with the
tion of spray or dust 1 b scientifically balanced ration"COIatl nell in Armour'*
made about the time the plant an o'W: BIG CROP Fcrtiluen.
,Inches high. Additional, appUctaiona High Analysis

be made every 10 days or two week. For a quick gush and I healthy bloom the $priqtllN'pperir.
For Hero Honey
Succeaful beekeepr over the islets are of your tree must be satisfied with proper -1
how getting ready for the honey flow b, plant (food Good nourishment" mean heavy yield of
procuring supers and extra hives Oa cool good l tuabty profitable yields lot yon.
days when tt ia Inadvisable to work with
beet the wise beekeeper It busy la the honey Armour'i BIG CROP High Analysis Fertilizers arc .
home, preparing for the rash season that it made of the cawaitial plant food your tree require for '
ahead. Asa rule the heavy flow last the important Spring growth tad bloom And that
only a few days and the man who la sot
properly balanced food an In easily available form. .

Give your trees eM vigor they need now when your
crop tfcpend on th* nouris anent they receive" the
LOWEST BUS Armxmrli BIO CROP High Anatytli Fert liars. There

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FARES INHISTORY experts arc ready to consult with you about your fef T n.
.w,1nf proMean Ask for this fret tervKC.Pr .

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Heavy Movement To ,much of the fruit consists of wild orange HONEY PlANtt STUDIED

that sell at very low price Honey plant In the Southern State are Bugs or BlightTHE
Is PredictedFor Porto Rico has a big crop this year and now being studied comprehensively for the
t. Storage has been holding back on "e t. awaiting first time. Representative of the UnitedState
the time when Florida might: clean
op. Department of Agriculture, stationed PEERLESS
Florida Citrus 1Ia sxpvted that the will be heavy at the Southern State Bo Culture Laboratory -
shipments from Porto Rico during March: Baton Rouge, La., are conducting WILL DUST THEM
and April.California. the lurvey. Beekeeper are also cooperating
orange shipments bYe been la the work by recording! the dates of .
Processed Fruit Is Condemned By light and receipt at New York have run bloasoming and length of blossoming periodof
Both Dealers And ConsumersIn lea than 100 ears per week. However, honey plants in their respective vicinities
: I Chicago Market during March and April they' are expectedto .
b* heavier than they were in Januaryand In recent southern beekeepers have
year
February Navel have been uniformly built aa industry in raising bees and
DT COL. L. BROWN op
good this to the largo sices.la .
year even them in
selling Northern
to beekeepers
1 Despite the short crop this year In Tier fact the low prices and good qualityof States who buy the extra stock to build
Ida the total supplied of citrus fruits have largo navel has mad them a competitor up new colonies or to strengthen or replace
been sufficiently heavy during the put of grapefruit as a breakfast differentialof fruit. those which have been Injured or loat by White for Circular
New York has maintained a
month to prevent much improvement la wintering condition. Honey production,
\ about 26* per box over the average of however, la certain sections of the South and let tell
I price Added to this was the rather unsatisfactory the eight auction markets on both oranges ha suffered meanwhile because of lack of us you
quality 011 and grapefruit I which is possibly a little sufficient knowledge concerning the local how and why.
oranges and tangerines lees than the differential last year. This honey plants.
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during the lat, is largely' because of the premium brand MENTION'THIS PAPER
i /I of January, that always com to New York.
part Small Bis** Wanted I DATE SET FOR 4-H CAMP
t the tint ef Feb-I la contrast with last year large stxed The Four National 4-H Club Camp will Peerless Dust Gun Co.
". there boo beta a citrus fruits have been at a discount and bo held from Jane IS to June 24. Inclusive, Y
t4bow Improvement In the the highest priced else have been 260 on till ground of the United State* Department 5100 ST. CLAIR AVE..
and by the middle in oranges and 80s In grapefruit. This of Agriculture at Washington
month oranges were premium has possibly been more marked In C. As heretofore, two boy* and two girl CLEVELAND OHIOPRECOOLING
10. per box higher California Navels than In Florida oranges will represent each State.
i at the beginning. Just although the choice state in Califomiaa has
long thla advance will been the S16a. This tendency Is likely to
continue remains' to bet continue throughout the balance of the sea I
Cot Brews son. Unfortunately' It has not been stressedIn
"an.
For the month ending February 18 the advertising aa It should be. Indeed all
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r advertising of Florida citrus ha been on a
movement ef both Florida and California WITHBROGDEX
much smaller scale than last year, although
oranges was almost 60 per cent lighter there Is every reason to believe that it
would have paid fully as well as It did last
/larger season.
I i Looking ahead to March and April It Is ,.
ort.nlr' So d
oval imports of Porto Rican ".
: safe to lay that Atlantic Seaboard Markets
tar a* grapefruit were concerned there was will be heavily supplied with citrus fruit .
\ a cut of (0 per cent In Florida shipment However, theme are generally months of
at tempered with a year ago but the In- good demand and prices should b* at leant
crew in Texas shipments fully mad up aa good as in January and February providing Packer equipped with pr -coole" may pre-cool and u..

the difference and added t* that were heavy the quality satlafactory. Brogdex at lea cost per car than to.prc-cool and( initial ice.
import from Porto Rico eo the actual *up.
ply .f grapefruit line the middle of January New Financing Plan The fruit is pre-cooled: and loaded into a dry car without-lc
been than It
has actually greater wi aJ..lpt.d
and to market with instructions to remove the plug
a j ear age.Northern

receivers have been skeptical of Evolved By ExchangeA in five or six days. The cost is the pre-coeling)plus $21.60for .
from the very tart about the tonnage
Hot-Ida citrus and apparently they have Brogdex. .
I had good reason to be skeptical. With the plan to available 11,000,000 or
: which Into effect on April
. Florida Citrus Exchange in a position to
I shipping heavily the shipment until that of Florida date. In citrus allrroUabtlity acquire control of 78 per cent ef the citrus $12.00 bunker charge plus 4 tons of ice at $5,00 a ton

this season will outrun any estimate thathave crop unanimous has been drawn approval up.of It the has Exchange receivedthe ore total of $32.00.In .
been made.
to Predicted board and Is now being submitted to the
j Of Heavy course Movement quite a Storage percentage of shipment membership. If all the aaaociatloni ..ndlubeach.nlrll other words the installation of Brogdex by the owner of a
It there i confidence
support ..,
be removed from the market by
will It will meet with *,he approval of the pro-cooler makes him a net profit of 10.40 on every car
placing them la cold storage. Arrangementa Federal Farm Board, the Intermediate .,' "
wm'apace h.'o"I' been made. Credit and other bank he ships. He gets all of the benefit of Brogdex without really
This to extent hut a combination
of heavy shipments and storing I* I The opportunity to gain the control paying anything for them. At the same time the dealer enjoys
sought never was brighter and feeling of
not likely to work would.aa well At least u a longer that I II shipping the- outside grower toward the Exchange never rite advantage of the better keeping qualities of Brog-
season was better, while confidence in the Exchange
t>!'.m'on'! ef Northern receiver from outside the state ill such that dexed fruit after he gets it.
I I. much farther
The Florida orange season
greater financial support than ever before
advanced than a year ago and almost
half the receipts by the middle of February I available The new la open to it. po lines of credit Instead of Brogdex adding: to, the cost of marketing, as torn

were Valenciaa had whereas arrlred a year this ago from the Intermediate Credit Bank andothers packers teem to think, in reality it greatly reduce that cost
very: few Valencias by to the amount of $4,000,000, to
tuna Moat of these had been gassed which secured by an equivalent amount of "I and in addition help they carrying quality, improves the appearance -
but
lice liven them reasonably good color
ers' notes and marketed bonds
easily
thee And decay and shrinkage lessee in the d..I.,'
has not added to the flavor. Naturally the amount of 800000. The Farm stops. s
lack of flavor has not helped the consumer will b* asked to lend the Exchange the: hands *'

demand. I I $800,000 needed to buy the bond and hi ,
ef disappointment 'f
1" Tangerines have beta something a ,
turn will be secured by a preferred stock 'i. .'
/ so far a* fating quality i* concerned I l Issue of the Growers Loan and Guaranty _
as many of them have been move ', Company in the amount of $1,000,000 which FLORIDA BROGDEX Distributors Inc
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} puffy and dry. Tangerines have will be subscribed by the Exchange for its .
than In previous ....on. and
f more rapidly members.
It is safe to anticipate higher prices for B. C. SKINNER, Prey DUNEDIN FLORIDA

fancy cars during the balance of the sea I' The tanfelo Is I a crowd between the

ion. 1 In ltach'fn'aJr: of really midFebruarygrocaed fine quality tangerine and the grapefruit j I

In oxeeta of 3000000. -

Temple oranges have run poor this year -___ --____n_____ ._______ _
which accounts for the low prices. The
Temple-would unquestionably be one ef the
moat popular of the Florida citrus. fruits I LOOKS Skinner Polisher
If the quality were uniformally good. It '
his sine and appearance In its favor and COUNT-
if they were juicy they would be good sel'Grapefruit .IIe. -

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Qaalllv Continue Coed
JThe grapefruit crop has given good ..,1.. BETTER f
faction throughout and the quality ha been
better than usual Were It not for the POLISHING
large amount of grapefruit from competing
sections prices would have been much highor. -
Grapefruit.. been under a distincthandicap PAYS
in the two beat market Heavy l I
offerings of Porto Ricans la New Tort

have kept that market heavily supplied Now is the timeto
While in Chicago they have beta forced to
sea processed fruit and this has met with plan your Dutrer. .
vigorous opposition on the part of dealers operation .
and consumers alike. The result baa been
that Texas has had an opportunity' to in- Replace your old
wade this market and get a strong foothold.It obsolete machine with improved modern equipmentand

way result In Texas getting firmly established will increase volume and the
hi Chicago I territory to the detriment you your improve A new standard of polishIng -
of Florida grower appearance of your pack Appearance may be only efficiency bas been setup

Port Das Big Citrus Crop kin deep but that i it where it count most. far la the Florida type houses all-steel hav
of Porto which new
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.Jha:=: this year bas been"Ia':; enough We are ,offering a substantial discount on early order Skinner Polisher I

to be an Important factor In New Tort for complete unit installation of
the first of January to the middle of
From Com t Headquarter for laythhg h the.
)
washer dryer polisher and aizer. Individual
February the cargoes ef Porto Rican grapefruit machine
received were equivalent to I4t carload and repair order do not carry; this discount estrus Packing Machinery' Use
compared with only 17 last year while
of oranges hat been equivalent It will pay you to anticipate Jour want and,take advantage FLORIDA CITRUS MACHINERY CO.
:'arm' against I only I leaf year. of this specie discount. Your outfit will cost you lese it

The Porte Rican grapefruit doe not equal will he better planned because, more time i* available to Divisions Food Machinery Corporation

it the cut Florida very In w pack ll. Th and* cultivated attractiveness orange but I study your need and you will get U early. B. C SKINNER President Dweitta.. Florida M

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WINS FIRST PRIZE

(Right) Mr. C Van der Plas of\Tabasco Indian Hirer Ox,
Fhu, who writes:.
"For',the past four bears I have used BRADLEY'S 'AA
QUALITY Fertilizer exclusively At the florida Orange
Festival this year I received a record prices A half-box at \
auction via radio brought $10.'li I won Bl Ribbon First
Prize at the Festival with,my tangerines; I heartily recommend
BRADLEVS produces resold for me and will do the same .
for other growers."
Feb. CSt 1930; C. VAN DER PLAS


:WINS FOUR RIBBONS r J
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(Below) Mr. Z. Spanks of Leesburg Lake Co.. Fla.. writes:
"My Temple Oranges grown with your BRADLEY'S Fertilizer .
are making goods! The trees are loaded with a splendidcrop.
The fruit Is firm smooth heavy,and there is absolutelyno
tendency toward drying oofa
"My Pineapple Oranges grown with BRADLEY'S are also
making good! The trees are heavy with quality fruit
! "I have Just received the highest award at the Florid State
Fair Tampa,where I got both the Blue and Red Ribbons for
sat and 2nd prizes on Pineapples and two ribbons for my
Temples I have used BRADLEY'S goods exclusively for years
and recommend them to growers for production of both _
quantity and quality fruit.
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premium-quality fruit grown

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Here is first-hand news of prize-winning crops .
grown with BRADLEVS "AA QUALITY" Ferti. .

lizcrs. After all, the proof of the pudding Is in the '
eating-and the proof of the fertilizer is in the kind 11

t of crop it produces. .

It is costly to experiment with fertilizers. Use .',"i
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the Fertilizer backed by positive proof of powerto ,
produce bigger yields of quality fruit.

0001 Decide now to use BRADLEY'S for your next
application. There is a grade specially made tor

your trees, as well as special grades for truck crops.
M The A. A. C. Service Man in your locality wilt

gladly help you select the right grade for your .:
needs,and assist you with your crop problems. He
has in back of him over 60 years of successful experience *
with Florida crops and Fertilizers. A post. .'.

card will bring him to your door. .

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Exchange Asks Farm WOOD SHOULD SAYS BE GROWERS COMPENSATED

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CLYDEMALLORY'inei Board To Study Its (Continued from Pace L)
fruit fly bmitnes There bee been saws

Merchandising( Plan ugly: rumor.. W* want to go right to UM "

1!bottom *f everytilBg. W* want t* find :

\, out bow the original appropriations ,
., The 'Boat of Directors of tt* Florida unounttag to some f4MO,000 bar bn ;

\ Fruit and Vegetable'Carriers Citrus Emu has requested tot Federal pent There bar been charge of wait

0 Farm Board to lend an expert business and mismanagement and w* ar* her aim ;}
analyst to make a thorough study of th ply to conduct a thorough investigation
\; and itt operation with a report Wit ar* hen with an entirely open mind
Exchange and our attttid to that W* want to lie
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if' + + and recommendations to the director 0. shove, that h alf r

: lor Refrigerated Steamers Commander, general manager,stated today. Mr. Wood' wool atitude seemed to lie
"It )* the opinion of the director," Mr. one of trying t* help tilt grower of thestate
Ii Prt-Coolms PUnt at Miami and)Tampa Commander explained, "that the fuHeat d*. to solve this nvomantoo Qoestien, andit r
la structure,, Is likely that if h. can be convinced that '
Exchange
Venation of the
Forced vtkpwent farther Inside an Mcaasar/, his committee
1\\ policies and oprtion to M bwaortawlt I* wilt mat assets a reeonruendaUon to con
: + the Unification program M M I****** 1svolume. tress There 1* a very strong element of
LOWEST boob In tb chairman'mind that tb fruitOr.
RATES
The Exchange board *C director nerrrkaa .If it alMa !. Florid at All. la the serkoue .

been Mtlsfled. but baa believed" that !law menace claimed which for It. goxwnuivental Questions propounded offlcUl

improvement always could be Bad, Did at ataiMn bearmn have bevn this ant
Mr. CommanUer."Th. board ba oontlnm Leaders in the citrus kwhsatry. and in
lookout for good idea every line of business In Florida have of.
,ta New Y
D't1JVE2'f w.d.irTp't iucb .aib....,trod LIt .to a knew of no suggestion that ba been mad which they may have In relation to the
I: five year I have been closely fruit' fly infestation, and the regulatory '
;I aAtt nCGB perfect condition: as where pdtd 'II .* assured l Vt m associated the part with the board which has not : measures adopted to control it. Many of '

\\1 MIAMI -t pN-CIOOIInI CIIII received the Board' careful consideration.tint them have pointed eat however that while
r- IhrougIt the mode. ahtgeMbro
year ago, the board called IB cue they now desirous ef facilitating a.y work
oJ..* Qydc-Maftorr Lines *t Soutt> ni tctc. ef the leading merchandising expert of of the commits* In v a the
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ferctd at considerable expense to and atIoa" UM camasitte eeus have little .
vcntfwtoaj tb country
nd *
.... setehe combined with ttt iMgcrttmf Musty of Exchange and make suggestions effect on the matter ef quarantine rsff-
w rim ea6 spslsraa shoed INp.c are he ordy COtIItwiM 'WI tat its lmprova-'. Several lessens* flatten which: wwtrolbd .entirely by
at tile th United Department *f Agricnl
moot were mad a. heat Html *
word .".. 10 equipped end IS* 'leapt wluaw rf pcrfcKbK hodATA wbkh have had a marked Influence on the t.r% over which the appropriations com

tuffi handed etdIlftIOIt carats die. efficiency d ht operations alne. The board believes the mitte ha Bo control. They declare That
owe improvement can b* mad and I* of ID the final analysis the quavartine I* the
.. Service tile opinion that th* Fa... Beard'a staff i* Ua.iac that fc maUnc Florida suffer, and
we" grew .. exceptional source from which to obtain that no power can change the prevent lit-
::.::.:= .. fRUIT AUCTION expert practical advice, sad that this to Mopportune mation except tile Department of Agrlcul

1 p.: .: OVM.... ire.New. Tort ors cetoooMd nd nW w*. time makekthfor Its cecperatiM. tar, amapaetrf *f the wuaitUe's End.Griffis -
: : equal
.. FiWtAssctoeTer.beiaM.Mae7rma. ""W wish to Exchange Ing*.
S/o-sshe and 1M'I'dIlllKllemr or Comments
'-oiIoe.- t* any operating
ganisation in the country I.aa say forth Florid I* to the Sam poKb today a*
f --- director and the entire .Pa1aatIaa a patient reeowertat from typkeid fever,"
\ ::: aYDE STEAMSHIP COMPANY Out nothing w Aso -, Us Wen will contribute to that ... We are ** Anodatioa. "W bar been through
r tee .bar..rre w"Do MdMALLORY ready and willing to make any change or an awful **igv but. we have Awed the
; %& Is. a COMPANY adoptions which will make the Exchange at crisis and are convalescing, Th Department .
:' ::.::.:: STEAMSHIP accomplished and efficient aa the belt in of Agriculture I* comparable to the
... doctor who would refuse to allow a typhoid
.. .L..G.A.Ar. tile country
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40 nI, .1..G.A. ikLCiM.T *- patient to commit suicide by yielding to a
lkw .-..-., .. .(>.,norUe MaiuLfkride torrif appetite merely because he wa recovering
Th* entire world laughed at the town of W* have cot to work with the
11pae'kcgto.-New Y"'aK...T...DXI KJ.I_.* when the town council twenty Department in this. matter. There is nona
t": @ Gw.w0fka-PIsw16r1Oty.her 3tKklol.IPA,.DXI yaws age considered aa atdiaanc to* the giving them tilt irespwnibaity awl then
regulation fit air traffic: ID and ever the tytoC their hand W* am mcrftdent that
r masks &Iity. ther e *to littl*, *ucn at indenting say etbs
ectloa *f the ** ttry. W* line shipped
tae ZSJMO carloads *t ........... Irott.and .
It seems rea..Uy spew th: if asp
infestations ***.U. bav baa cutled ant
.t th* stat it wwald ban*shewn wp by this
LITTLE TRACTOR ON EARTH/ lias b da* cease tt will h* demonstrate
GREATEST loss eel that there are n* man file ta Floridav
If that b* tilt ease, ace It .*." t*we that
Y tt w policy ail taavaetioB which ban sHUoasttoaably -
bmarbt .* to tile .west pW C It
sari nee b* beg BOW hid e. the fly win
shew II to stffl her*. Let..tintDd
ft toIt clearly ..... that tb peat bas
,...... ..... a... less *radkatad. and the Dvpurtmeat do-
-:... Bores tb *tat* Officially free'

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,, ] Citrus Growers Join i

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GRAVELY ,I. "' oc.iiii .,;....:..,.. ... ....is Jeeeph DtCbrfw, iwwf lM4 M th* ....

Z:: ::: :-% beat crown tt fnuU aad veetahk* and
thrlargert dealer ia the) United States, if
'S.l.e.... a r tot to Ue world ti MM o .. Field
*ef e.eperatiew ntarbetlnx
: 1: ';"" "'" At UM resent feMhctiaa) of 1. C. Chaa* a*
.. pewrideM eI tb Florida Gorse Itsehsag p,
..: ... Mr. DiCtsrgi mute Mat -.-..... wee
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bj ....
fis auks regarding;tile .*,sratre* iCiv
NEW '-::;IirEALAKDE freaa a. men ... know tilt dealer
orb eI the trust aad vegetable. bwslue
441s, Als; Q m.well a* tilt prederia 44,bat stalemate
airy greatly added w.Jg... B* wild IaJaW'
%
-I*: ary pWM the tntwr *f the frmtttb .
tkewtokstor mop Otus w.&Q eI this enmtry fa ........... ups"
tells ) detr**) t* which pt. -.. el fault roe
.pMd t. the cooperative --. set
Bradred w* Forth*** Ffaeidn bet CaBfenin HkdMicbfgnait
Ctoet1. Liter Is k. esx */ whr to
Mst Intl ng eke OUVBtT.All aad may ... aD ether fna ........ --. .S
t every yew. (her out.
this
la sic pn4ieUa ttt i asevere'ive
any
f : a nan bat to do b get behind. GRATELTb landing ".- rsms.l via amt end with tbn grow"w

i know else realise tben and Immediately there 1&', the*hr trader almost b* ONEeventaly ova a CHATEI.T. 8v tiwe.nS Money bet It will lie vxlciKlvd1 to one giafnational

H THIRD* O* TUB SMALL TRACTORS SOLD IN by ksmiag about it FIRST. Find rat for y-r> cooperative sates organisation will
1*" WERE GRAVI:LKS. and way Europe *rder* elf how It will eerie yes-profitably. Ask year through which intelligent distribution.
these In CARLOAD Iota. GRAVELY Dealer for a demoststratle *t null the ba accomplished with cons. a>dingly
the
fftne 1M4 the GKATXLT: bas eluted way "Hay I rg* all growvra *f citrus traits
f. **...*...* tM watficwtlonjuagraai .
te brtaer mops awe Mrtar profits In the (tot* of Florida t* Pain this
world ..... Itt 81N.LE.W HEEL TRACTION sadFROUT Q -------------, and the rule of
TOOL aUTtls. dl..tit GRAVELY ..... r- the nerds Citrus =a* a
eager motto H the MUt....i-g small tractor w the which organization la the only: official
Call. Oa.
Hew
Thew feature* lnwnt the
feaster *rfay I recognised m Florida by
Narrow Raw Dos 1JO, Dasher W. Ya.
W Easier Steering (J) :for. Board ad ie the only channel
CkltlT.tlMt (t> Closer Moro Ae ar U Werkj (l) I Gstlssaast. 1'Ltue..a.. your. Fro $ through which Ha'-fIta...flow."
N. Crop D.msw. Ya can safely work 'HM* an I.....alsJ Crweety .**MsV I
kMbfr"M> taaM. .The front tool kHtK relivesba i
from path *f traction wbeeL Noma rf the lIIalno
spreading b** Fields wa tie fink pert
e AJ.t- !'+' mod of what la see Keetni Amerka dl.-
evened by Europeans: .n>torer* after the
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pen la Cuba and aa oraaiooal car "-I\ Mea noel.... Just aa tone ae the supply and hare sold at the kveat prices shell
Light Shipments And Mexico but theaa hard act Mea sufficient ef Big nabs type lettuce limited prime tile ln<{Mtry was started .. that country.

to effect the limited Florida supply nor are I art anal to be good aotaaae iceberg can- Ae a result at the nvenupply I of Imported
Good Prices Feature they fancy enough to please the mOlt exact. tot entirely replace Big Benton la each peas Florida stock tai void relatively I MW
Ing trade. market aa New York.. ............11\1&. The or from ftJO M rue pew hamper Tie
Much the aame conditions have existed I spring erop. of lettneo In Alachva and Warbn California acreage for string will be heavy
Deal Truck Crops tomatoea. Only a few can have same I ueuatiee ehould. ko fat ready demand aa ae to dose not look ai tt there weald be
up from Florida and tile combiaod Cuban I anon ae it la fit for ........*. much'break between the Mexican and the
and Mexican receipts have beea relatively This. ban bees a goad .._ for oaearelaand California eeoaoa
Cabbage Pepper Aad TeaMUoe AMb light. la addition to Behaauki have had alight I daring February the large hampers Imported Loves nod teas Report Market
crop aad a late acacia e. there kai I have been ceiling for p... to |3.M ta New Lima ueaaa are another truck crop te
Good Deaaaadi CoUDaaaaf not been a heavy supply at any time.: First 1 Yerk. supplies have been rather Ugh otter from the eempetkMpa W a........
Heavy- quality tomatoes hare brought very highprleM which. aeeoanto for the high ....... la re- : to have bees liberal and have
an aa high ae f* toH coat lessens a geed share of the crop ii -r-the New York market laeddttioa
BY COU U BROWN per sameAlthough the market ie now: old. for SUM to (La* per beekot. the quality ef Ftorkda atoek has
declining slightly: and it aeema probable that The tint outdoor _ban began to arrive averaged psaiprim.. and poor Bmaa are a alow
and lucre
Light
ahlpmeata; food prides within another month price will be aUght. about the middle ., February sad add have ranged from ILM totftJW
featured the truck crop altaatlea faring the ly lower U Florida shipments lucraaee aa.. aa high ac K.M per bushel Theaapplyaf per basket depondin to a large diems
put month tod there b every Indication carding to forecaata. -. the boav winter members I* solders equal to the. ea the quality and condition ef the Individual
that prim will remain tt least reaeoaabl teat Florida supplies are likely to come! la demand and if a large aeroagu could be lab .ft......
pigh fur ,Mother month. May or late April rather than la March. grow tt could be marketed without dif The results tab winter indicate that Florida
Cold weather kM dime nor damage U Big aWmi JUttnee Needed ficulty. Growers ef Creole pee have had a has the belt possibilities la these crepe
rope this wtatof thaa in any recent wintor Ere with We npply of Weatora lea- trying season became uf the heavy "*. ta which the state exeeh rather than la
and bas beea especially Mrere la Texaa berg lettuce there bag beea aa actife market porta from M..... Kexieaa peas have crave which meet stiff competition frem
Le daises,. Alabama and htliiieaippl but aa Florida stock and gaud prieee have been hi greater abundance than ever before at..... '
peen Florida and Call/oral have not .leaped -
antnl11m11ar111td. The severe damage
In Texas hu been the Met Important
factor became It has limited Texas chipneati .
compared with whet they would have ra ,.. '-
been otherwise. '
While tome damage was done by be<]
weather in California the acreage was aefieavy
and the damage 10 light that Call-
fornia baa' been able to ship more than ever ISIER.
before which has resulted tiring the put 1
mouth in extremely heavy arrivals! of cauli- s
tower, carrots and lechery lettoxa.
It U probable that California will ship
heavily during late winter and early spring ,
but the movement from an the state from
{Toaaa eaetward will be reduced below loon
. maL Florida ehlpiaenta, en the ether hand,
am due to increase steadily for the next
mouth er oil weeks.
Cabbage COM to High LovelaAe
predicted ia pervious boom ef Florida t
Farm A Grove the cabbage. market advaae.ad
sharply during the late January and
early februery. Sauerkraut manufacturers
(took larger quntitue of old cabbage than
usual aad the crop was shot to begin with
(Hi a result. both Wisconsin and Now York
cleaned up- very early sad after the lint From Kilgore'sTo Bred-Rite Seeds
of February had few cart left for shipment. ,
This forced the pnee, of old cabbage to the ;
highest levels alace 192& The top price was
reached In New York whore ae high aa I'JO
per ton was paid for eld atato cabbage.The .
freeze reduced Texas shipments by 40to Kilgore's Bilt-Rite HampersINCREASE
44 per cent and la addition the stock
was poor after the fresae. Florida had
relatively little cabbage to otter aa compared -

were with received.preview During aeaaoaa early lad January high priori Florida YOUR SALES BY P PACKING IN KILCORCS KB1LT-RITE" HAMPERS

cabbage aald from $2.00 to $2.76 per which are being introduced to Florida truck grower by THE IQLCORE
hamper which fa act far from doubleor" the SEED COMPANY for the first time this aeaaon.
of Some cabbage ie
being o-jW', ... but the amount Already they have attracted remarkable attention, not only in Florida but through ; .
la act likely to be large enough to depress out th* Urge BaarUti of the North whaM wholesalers and Jobbers claim that duo
the market Until awl time at sew eaeUoas and of them
attractive the trade
to the superior strength appearance containera U
ship the cabbage market la
likely to t.&e scantily supplied and prices calling for produce packed in KILCORETS "B1LT-RITE HAMPERS.

maintained at high levela. truck have long clamored for that was BILT
hamper RITE
One of the few Florida trope which hai Florida growers a
keen in heavier supply; than normal for midwinter AND PRICED RITE. KILCORE'S "BULT-AITE" HAMPERS cmpl.tly fiD
has ben string beam. The shipments both requiranenta. They are lighter, stronger, cost no more and ara much better /

and prices hate have bass been greater moderate.than a Since year ago the looking which god. a long way toward attracting tko, eye of the buyer. .

tint of February there have been numerous Let KILCORE INCREASE YOUR PROFITS: COMPLETE SERVICE FOR THE-
complaint!-about the quality nf the stock
and-1a many Instances string beau haw; FLORIDA TRUCK GROWER. FROM KILCORE'S "BRED-RITE" SEEDS to
sold for 1200 and $300 a hamper even KILGORE'S "BIL T.RITE" HAMPERS. Can on one of our eleven Florid stores
where there was a '5000 market. String and convince yourself after a demonstration of thia aw improved Hamper.
bean must be tetrad and of attractive quality
to bring the best pricee. The Urge part We can supply you with "BIL T.RITE" HAMPERS ia nay quantity. Special price
of been coming to New York carload
and PhU.J''rPhl. with relatively few going 1
to Beetoa and Pittsburgh. .
Chicane has received rather light supplies
although tt ban been a consistently high
market, often ranging $100 per basket lota.ireSeedCa
above New York aad PhOadelpbin.
Small sizes have given a great deal of
trouble with celery this year and have boon
at a greater dioeeunt than uauaL Coadttione -
were cock that henry stripping was "1 '
neeeeeary which reduced the average aaw. :JJt. gtQt BRED-RITE SEEDS"ELEVEN
California alee was small ae there was a
surplus of small elaec and a lUntted supply GV' Q
of Urge. For the balanae ef the ceases ',
there may be a awing la the other direction. .f""
Although Florida celery ahlpaunta have KILGORE STORES SERVING FLORIDA
bee heavier to data than. for pact seasons
the average price haa been. aamowhat hire.- LOCATED AT
er. particularly on the larger =. After
February 1 there was little except PLANT CITY
from Florida wad the market began to Impress -
BELLE GLADE CANAL POINT SANFORD
however lust after the middle at
the month there was a sharp break. .. New BUSHNELL PALMETTO VERO BEACH
York occasioned by an evoranpply. Meat BOWLING GREEN POMPANO WAUCHULA
alee.< celery during the first half at Feb. MIAMI-140 N. W. FIFTH STREET .
nary were at f 2.00 to **M per" crate ta .

N.rtbara_at&. II ye* arc Bet vrtlfcea aaay reach. el one of our eleven stores we can supply fuel direct from our maiD store and
Florida ban alightly mailer acreage
thaw last year a and ban chipped a lagerpwceetago wareboaae at Plant City. Arden filled tame day M reoe vd. Write fee 1930 caUUgoe

of the crop than normal up to
daM w there should. be a good market dunhg ---
the halancai of the __ Reports
from California indicate that California
am p.mcnts during the Florida main will Er1TAUR Tk. Sees rime T.paccrte BM MU C-4 tog
be lighter then a year ago and the quality r
.MM too good.Thoref.... It la safe to -rIRAl'Y'rnDI TRUCK CROWING anail0a/f?
assume that If the Florida celery markets -- GROVE WORK .eq.Meq pe.eM
spread out evenly among the big I GENERAL FARMING

there will be no aurplaa. One year with It tie- d4... .......... base an no verb ..ea WAN
another February la a pester month than -4 Me ..... TWlMB *,awpb pewee eew.a w Ie
March and March 1* poorer thus April and tae T wok M4 |.N> deli wed W amwwa dew
May. U the .eases runs tree to form le.b .:... rue wok laWrit. .eat ml m NN .
this. year there ahould be a good market after our M... aCLEASONBAILEY
the brat ef JIareh.roppera L COMPANY ram w.F.,sae us.W
feUUg Blga woe Now /e.a.YwR .
tfarfa IMt Pliiill .. rr4
peppers have baoa aearea and fctgltareucThottt p, d4 .n pee lest a..... ft. .
the peat month with f aacr ado es5Ag60. n.ollD4 .
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TRUCK MARKETING PLAN ea.oeletioss la Florida that,.......* and UNIFIED MARKETING

f TO BE FORMULATED SOON .market.DI.....*tomatoc, pepper, celery*t.. With, bases a,normal melons yieldtbeee ea- BENEFIT TO GROWERS I WHAT'S DOINGINTHEU.S.D.A.

: association will ... of
Continued from Page 1.) I 11.600-cars for the 1.2 -30 shipping aeaaoa (Continued from face 1.) ,
of the Florid But Marheting Bureau and; Thee association BOW bays their marketlndoM cent The saving of .821 per box through ,
him the approval of the Federal Farm I varioae ways sad are competing elimination ef unnecessary ..u1.CII '
j Board with each: other to inch aa extent that would Increase the grove return to better or E. G. Moore-
At the first meeting, to b* held early mj i the results are far from satisfactory.By than 8 per cent
March aa executive commute of five outstanding preheating a unified front through Dr. Macklia divide this charge againstlost Sapid development of International air
,? official representing five different ;I complete federation of all nth associations motion and wasteful aelllng condition route which link this country with our
: vegetable association wU) b* selected. there would be tae system of marketing a* follow: neighbor to the south presents a big prom
1 t This committee will art aa an advisory i established. ia which all associations would Saving oa packing cost ..------'-"f .071 len to the U. 8. Plant Quarantine and
.1 committee to go to Washington and lay I I da their marketing with the one marketing Carrying charge oa nnnecesaary Control Administration taIia.Jtadl"or:* to
;t Wore the Federal Farm Board the various agency recommended I by the Federal Packing plaata _________u__.__ Mt keep foreign plant out k
problems which Florida farmer through I Ir'operative Farm Board. This also would enable an Saving on merchandising and of the United State, lathe
marketing are and have had to !I I associations to establish and maintain a sales uunn______h_ Mt put yew 2240 planes
ntend with. and will make certain recentmrndatlona 1! very efficient field department which could Loss through lack of sales and from foreign countries
to the Farm Joust for reliefc.ougo enforce a standardized trade and pack. It distribution control __hn___ ,4SJMl wen Met and 114
the formation of a state-wide erranitatloa would bring about a satisfactory credit or '- pack.'o'o'oate
e which the Farm Board wiflnonsor finance department la which grower lathe of plant material 41
Ii. j jof various associations and ta the asso.tlatlona Should Jot. ExchangeThe containing diseases or in.
There,are some twenty five toeperatlv!, which will soon be formed ta other obvious lesson In this art of figure, aorta war Intercepted. Ia.ipectora .
Dr. Macklia save, la the simple business art located at
expediency ef joining with the Exchange

LAWs! IRRIGATION u la Its plan to cut out such aa enormous Texas Brownarllle Miami and EI Florida Paso?
f
I waste Fruit Grower Large volume Exchange: gave control the California of 75 San Diego. CaL and Bas
percent
Ii This. ,.. 'ifTUIllATIC be .10. f..00 .mammal'erI.M.e nn ..Aire of the crop. A* compared to Independent Juan Porto Kico. The
..u" ', : .roo p..w net .rue i..r e.e at ..pbaylr wb E. O. Moon work In Florid b condu
I -. -..u.da" -..... .. -..- marketing this control gave California ted In eallaboratlo nwith the State Plant
F. L. KEARNEY CO.. P. O. Boa 557. Tampa Florida I grower a premium of 43 1-2 cents a box. Board and that In California with the State
1 _IIrreyaNClNRaiaCTRC' j.ANT1w would produce a similar saving bonus
or the State Department of Agriculture.Writing .1
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=-.y for Florida fruit. Dr. Macklln said. 'Flor
ida grower adrantag of the
lower-cost* which tOI': sale would bring. from Japan where he baa been
"q' This. with elimination of duplicated packIng for several .months W. 1, Mono of the
facilities, would mesa a saving ef about Forage Crop Office reports that he baa
f 124* to every citrus grower In the state. .succeeded' collecting more than 1,000 Iota
Your U tilt grower of Florida want to'effect of soybean' ...... Mr. Mora has travelled
inch: a saying, the only wy for them to widely la Japan and Korea, gathering aam.
do it I* to Join in the .unification effort of plea of soybeans wherever he went, and he
the Florida Citrus Exchange, the only citrus is now la Teklo making a study of methods
cooperative marketing agency la Florida used by the Japanese to utilise. soybeans.
EXTRA PROFIT which has the recognition of the Federal -' Within the past few years a number ofeoybeea ;,., '
Farm Board. crashingplanta have been built In : ,
the Middle iWStb": : many cottonseed oil '
mllla in have been equipped to '
BOYS' CLCB SPECIALISTL crush soybean Lota of seed collected br t
W, Hill, extension specialist In boy*' Mr. Morse-will be planted here this year it
By the Ton club work with the U. S. Department af and this. fall the beana will be tasted for '\j
Agriculture ha been pending some time oil content. The oil mllla want beana with .
la Florida co-operating with R. W. Blark- high ail content and farmer want beans ..
lock, state bo,.' club agent In organizing with low oil content ao they will have baa
profits mount ,up when you .-H plane for 1930. lie commented very trouble from soft pork. Mr. Morse hopes
EXTRA club h the that from his collection varieties will be
per-acre yield or improve Sooth roat't by R.taWt found which will please both farmers and
lock and the county agents In the corn oil mill operator
; quality, providing you don't spend too growing sections of the ltato.I I Twenty yean ago soybeans were looked

t much in time upon largely aa an experimental crop In
or"money. ? PRODUCE QUALITY MILKA 'this country. Last year the value of the j.
I quality milk production demonstrationwas crop amounted to 70000000. The reason
The sure way to make extra profit on I given at Ocala February 20 by C. for this tremendous growth la due to recog

truck is to feed them liberally with Sidney Lett, associate market milk specialist nition of the soybean aa an excellent forage
crops with the U. 8. Bureau of Dairy Industry crop, d.ua of ra:1: la Industry.
:::
Chilean Nitrate of Soda. the world's and ). H. McClaln, extension U. 8. Already there are varieties in
.' (, dairy specialist this country, giving farmer a wide choice
only natural nitrate fertilizer. Yield is Aa effort was made to show the economic of varieties suited to their particular
r Importance of clean milk and the need. The we of soybeans a* a human
greatly increased. Quality is better.Truck method for keeping It clean. food U gradually increasing In this country '
and many new uses for soybean oil are being '
is ready for early market and brings top dlMovered. The Department has a new .,
sections ef "Florida could obtain proper bulletin No. U17-F on soybean utilisation
prices. production credit for their
bers. A uniform brand or at'u'i't b; Grazing experiment conducted Jointly by
f\ And. the best part about Chilean Nitrate established to aid la more efficient merchandising he! Department of Agriculture and the
.f the various commodity ".,... Florida Experiment Station 1929 continueto
is that it doesn't much. It
cost pays you tables In northern market give encouraging results. The experiment .

back times over. Easy to apply. T. Illustrate, the type of organization to Indicate that good pastures In Florida
many be formed for vegetable would be very will carry ODe steer per acre for nine or
Quick to show good results. Use it this similar to the Florida Citrus Exchange: a* tea months a year. Steen used la the
all associations would become affiliated tests: gained an average of 280' pounds la .
I .year. Now is the best time to buy it. with ana cooperative sale organization forth seven month with no feed. other than grasses.
: control of the vegetable tonnage ut Plenty of drinking water and mineral
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FREE n*.k For a*. Florida were supplied. This complete the second +
Jusuas soon aa the Farm Board I* ready year of these grazing teita at Gainesville
.Our new 64-pag book "How to Fertilize Your to anmnnr Ita approval of inch: an or

Crept," it filled with valuable crop facts. It I* Sanitation and la ready to sponsor it an Are certain Insects gradually building up
effort will then be made to bring about the a resistance against materials used
frc*. Ask for Book No. 1, or tear out this ad and f Formation of mot vegetable associations in to poison them T While spray no final answer baa

mail it.with your name and address written on : Florida and to secure more new grower In been given to this question, there I in some
the associations now formed so that at
rood evidence that thla .b* .
process my going
the margin. least n cent of 25
per Instead per cent of In
\t'' on. a recent statement on this *uoieet -
the total vegetable tonnage other than Dr. R. C. Roark of the Bureau of
1830.1930-0..11.. Nitrate I* mow l. its 100th potatoes can be under control through one Chemistry and Soila called attention to the .'

year of service to American agriculture.Chilean. strong, efficient and well managed marketIng fact that codling' moth in Colorado hv
agency supervised and assisted by the
been found to b* mar resistant to arsenical
Federal' Farm Board.
sprays than Insecta of the same kind inVirgints.
lie also atated that scale. Insects
.
ONE on citrus tree la California were not
controlled aa easily now aa they were 10 '.
Nitrate of Soda MANPULLER or 15 yearn ago by fumigation with hydro
: e v nlo acid gas Dr. Koark la BOW engaged
t In conducting a March for any promising
I EDUCATIONAL BUREAU saw ineectktdea.

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' During the last twenty; year strawberry

see growers the Pacific Northwest have beta
roMe ao sruurrt Utz trying to develop a satisfactory method for
preserving their fruit by what I* termed ,
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the froaea-pack *r cold pack method la .
Orlento Beak a Trust BW> the fruit la placed to barrel
aft ate
Ortaad Florida or containers with *r without sugsr .
IN WRITING PLEASE REFER TO AD NO. 112-1 and froaea. It la then kept la storage at
.00 b" low temperature until It la desired for use.mi .
.... .... .... ............. ..... .... 41111. im* preserved la title manner. yeara
C tale number had Increased n70too bar
ribs "1,LXON' LAWN jkiuwkA refs annually. Sanral worker ia the

... Department of Agriculturehave made a
Soufhct- GROW BULBS study of this new industry. Result of their
Fw U. study bare been(! published la a new bulletin

", I 1M-. a" Dmea ele't No. .. .
e.la Is We sow -
Disease sink N wad.Dew. I Storage stocks of butter en February K \*,
... ....s class I.wen about three time a* large a*' oa theam '
: lour.. wit.s e tOur" data a year ago and nearly twice a*
w ..atr..e wa large aa the February 1. five-year average
A es .... twl.A according to a recent report tamed by the
Bureau of Agricultural Economic. Total
PIERCE BULB COMPANY
Fee Isiah .!. .
w 'piss. stocks of frozen poultry were larger although
ItM E. Mark St. Orbad NO.M.
be -'- I tur-
decrease ef
a fat i the quantity
tarasel .MriUt atarbt..wwr0.41.6. ..=: .rtNy If of
= ': keys hi storage la ahown. Total stocks
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'. .T ..Ml ssilssa ss ... 0. B. CI. meat laetoraga were reported smaller I
r-- gJt: ; ,No A. :;. then a year ago,, largely .a account of ':t

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'" FARM BOARD HEAD IS 'Information

PLEASED WITH PROGRESS On Farm


I 1 (Continued---from-- Page 1.) Census Compulsory; 11

,IU.. Georgia where ha recently addressed
gathering of farmer
Mr. Laggo is greatly ewonrtged over the Samples AvailableStarting FENCE YOUR WAY
progress made since the board extended its
I' Ant loaa to the exchange: and feels that
thla progress will be continued until a enfficlont April let enumerators from thecauses !
volume of citrus sales b reached to bureau of the Department ef Com -
I put tho cooperative In the frit rank with merea will begin their work la connection
ether commodity associations H* wa with the 1930 firm census of the United TO FARM. UROSPERITY
gratified to know of the reception being States It" obligatory that f.l'1IfUi y
accorded Dr. Theodore Maeklla' the board' out the general farm schedules of this census -
r. f' representative, by growers throughout and in order that our readers may
state, and stated that Dr. Macklin's ...11It. become familiar with this schedule, which A
ante should aid. materially In perfecting contains some MO questions sample copies :
the unification plan.In will bo sent, tree of charge, to those requesting
speaking of tile board's effort to Unify them from our Information Bureau
the small fruit and vegetable cooperatives, Uillsboro Hotel Bldg. Tampa.
Mr Legge said that It WM the aim to have The general farm schedule, adopted by \ '
the central aniline agency ae tot up that It the Joint committee for the 1030 census. Is
would have something to market every comprehensive and complex. It contains ,,
month In the roar With truck and small approximately WO possible questions more
fruit crops maturing at different seasons than Ml of which, have Deist been asked I
la different sections H la Impossible ho before la agricultural census One of these
laid, to confine the organisation strictly to mast be made out for each of the six and e
a commodity basis. Ho did sot anticipatethat one-half million farms la the United States : '
the contra agency would bo perfected However, each farm operator answers only
t' in time to handle any truck trops from the questions which apply to the farm he 'I
Florida this Mason. "It la up to tho crow. operates. A farm operator aa the term Is
en themselves to organise on a local, and by the census, is the person who directs
then on a regional basis," 1M stated. "The agricultural operations on a farm, such asgrowing \
,' Initiative must coma from Iany crops, raising livestock, or producing ,
group of growers la satisfied with other agricultural products, lie may
( their present marketing machinery, the be the owner, a hired manager tenant, or
Farm Board does not arbitrarily Interfere. cropper. All Inventory items of the schedule .
The Agriculture Marketing Act was set are to be given as of tt'h 1, 1830;
i1 up primarily to correct conditions ta the and all production Items calendar
selling and of the business, and we wantto year 1829. I
,; do everything la our power to help The schedule nay be divided Into *. >arts
where aid Is necessary* Mr. Legffo also 1. Personal Information regarding the
stressed the economic necessity of determining farm operator. ,
planting plans only after a surrey t. General Information regarding farm M
of consumptive demand, and ef eurtalllniacresga acreage, farm values, and farm expenses ,
y wherever overproduction was obvious. >. Farm tenure. ,
4. An Inventory of all livestock. Including
poultry and bras on April 1, 1930C. .
A statement of the quantity of livestock
STRAWBERRY CROP WILLt products produced la 1929 with the
EXCEED ALL RECORDS quantity and: value of certain products sold
t 6. A statement of the acreage and yieldsof t
: all eropa harvested In 1929, aa well as
(Continued, from Page 1.) the quantity of the principal I I crops sold or Prosperity follow-* tie /
quarts of berries with a return to growers to be sold. II a (acv not a theory. The moat
of more then a million dollars. Dover next 7, Miscellaneous Information relating to prosperous apicWturaiIOClionl....
largest shipping point In the county, also the farm.
with the bait
those fencing. Why
forwarded a heavy volume of berries during
I that period, the movement there being Because the division of your farm
f' approximately 80 per cent of that from not allow so large general distribution.In into plots by fences enables you to
Plant City. east Hillaborough county, heart of the rotate these plots with crops and
The production of strawberries, while raw production business, this crop
gradually being carlred extensively to other la generally considered to be the surest and livestock, maintaining .lJ fertility{
sections of the state, especially Sarasota, safest crop to produce from the standpoint enables you to abandon 'one-crop
Wauchula, Bowling Green, baa for many of the grower. It la seldom that ar strawberry fanning; Increases the number of
tears been the big cash crop for Hills-' 'crop is a complete failure while on
fist took its place lathe : your sources of Income, and the
borough county. It the other hand It offers possibilities for real
lives of the growers of the Plant City tr'ofW; the average net profit on aa amount of each
area In the early nineties, growing from a I under normal conditions
small start to a arrest Industry with a pro. rang from (MM to 1,000, It Is not unusual Plan now to make your farm show
diction of approximately six million quarts For a grower to net $1,220pe r acre and la a BIGGER profit In 1930. Sea the
last year. Isolated cases as much as $1.800 and $2 000 OULFSTEEL woven-wire fencedealer
o Express RefrigeratorFor has been the reward to the producer 01 an
man a c exceptionally fine acre of berries. near you, and let him he p
was used largely f fJp:; :! : r'bn':: strawberry Industry a won yon In the selection of the fence beat
dJtuin::
to the north. Some SO 'earsq.go" Commls- for the distribution of a Write Tody, for suited for your needs.
stoner E. W. Wiggins of Plant City dean of large amount of money Is given. To the '
the strawberry buyers of that city. per. share cropper, to the man with a large this!! Fret Booklet Wire fence b a long-time invest.merit .
acted an Improved pony refrigeratorwhich family of pickers and to the packers goes the belt fence-one that
,so let
was Immediately generally adopted to of money, propor
replace the old and has since held Its placela I't of berries. The will coat you leas per year service.
this manner of shipping berries. The fruit la picked washed and packed by many + GULFSTEEL fence U a tougher; ,
pony refrigerators hold fromto 80 lands so that whoa It arrives at the berry wn fence made from copper
tit stronger ,
quarts of berries. being In three main sizes, yard the top of each quart presents a pretty
the 33-qusrt, the 64-quart and the 80-q'l rtcansclty. ,view of well placed "cappers" the finest bearing stofl! with an extra thick
berries arranged In perfect rewa on the top protective coating of EUctrolytlainc.
For the first time this season the ex.preea of the box. Much of the feme that has
refrigerator cat system has been in come to Plant City baa been for the aplen. o Inspected by as at every stag
use in Florida aa the result of the ruling did pack and quality of berries produced In of manufacture from mines to you.
last summer of the Interstate commerce that sector.Production Every rod par n&Hd. Coats m
commission ta Inaugurate this system. Inauguration anal Prices
of the express car has naturally Reflective of this great winter strawberrycenter more than ordinary fence,yet" give
affected the pony refrigerator movementand was the heavy volume of fruit lastyear "ease by e..e.rtd you "Extra years of service. Wrto
places berries on most northern markets which day after day exceeded 100KH ,- own....av n..nerve& today for booklet- "Fence Your
24 hours ahead of berries shipped In ) quarts during the peak of the season. ............... Way to Farm Prosperity.
freight care, the method used for transportation The climax of the movement was reached
of a heavy volume While not oa Feb. ST when 1(2,480 quarts of berries
displacing all together the pony refrigerator were loaded at Plant City, this day movement
service nor the freight car service, the express being equal to almost a train of cars 1
cars have materially cut la on both filled with berries. It taking some 80 odd
this year The express cars carry approximately cars to carry the day's incoming fruit out
twice the load of an ordinary freight bat night Feb IS of last year was the
ear. The average freight car carries an largest day from the standpoint of returns GULF STATES STEEL COMPANY
average load 180 82-quart crates or approximately to growers In dollars and cents. The loadings
(,;60 quarts ef berries while at Plant City that day totalled 170. .
the minimum on the express ear .. S70 82- 1I1G' quarts and at average price ef 22 cents WMWOHAH MAMMA" '

quart crates and most of them go out with ha quart retained to growers a total of seen ,.... es Itrar
close to 9,000 quarts af berries.AaetlM $37,676.66.Strawberry. =.
low IoIIIoCWIto bt..0r s./.r.d Itdt.Bete .
Bsylsg production la generally considered tyre
With the new express service has also to be a 13 month In the year job, A..W furs Woe e.4 ash c-add Iii
coma the auction system. of disposing of fee while la* producer la busiest marketing trio... -...-. .........seal 001. Mntwa.
atrawberiea. The suction system has Us Us trop after the first of the year it be. .. sore .-....... SileTtM
headquarters at Lakeland where berriee are comes necessary for Urn to secure nursery
sold to bay.,re for the highest bid. The bide stock from the north with which to make
are made en a basis of price, per pint The big plants for the coming season unless' ,
auction at Lakeland handle berries from be wishes to depend upon tilt uncertaintyof
Sarasota, Bowling Green WanchuU, Cat.lowerKathleen buying plants in the fall Three ourNeery
and Plant City. Only a plants arc set out and produce the
minor portion of tile berries from Plant City plants> which In the late summer and.early
got to the auction aa the famous f. a. ... all are Blared In the fields for production.
f yard at that point long famous for its af.flciency East flillsboroath produced during the '
In handling I berries and top prices 926-tT season 8,719,4" quarts of strawberries .
! paid, still retains patronage of the majority for which growers received sa average
, of growers In East UUlsbwough who price for the season of 83 cents the GUlFSTEELFENCE
do not ship from Dover. usrt, according to figures of the East
i During years past the quart container ar lillshoronth Chamber of Commerce. Dur-
y package of berries has been the favorite eng the 1H2V2I total production
:1IOu1"'I
but this year more than aver before there eQ some and : 6 quarts*
has been a shifting to the pint container. The average price per quart for that sea- D&dd-
For several there has beea a gradual ion was calculated at II cents the quart
increase In the use of the tint cup, but this Last season the Chamber ef Commerce reerds *
year all berries going ta tion are in showed a production of tJK,M9 quarts
pint boxes and a constantly amber ot berries with an average price for the
, la plants through the various loaf yards season ol 29 cents Abe quart Indications
I It Is found that the pint is more easily sold,this tear are that the tatter figures will
f la the north In large voles than the fcmrer eclipsed by far when an ef the crop has :
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Dairying [ J Florida Citrus And ;E


twhoa. rr __ uZ 1lorrdcl, Truck Growing Area
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,I.tur..tartad. They also Suggested the S i
Stallions S Weasnr Are
Extension Service Is
ralslajt of adage corps. each aa sorghaia.oan. Gssesbe Of a.- IGrW
...a la used where and when ...11- i
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Endeavoring To aWe pasture wa mtt aaffieisat.Oeapar 1
Atlanta
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I I .. fsnnen >*a ntlac alorenasarbem
Mr. ]Brew elM the results of Mrrey m
Lower Costs aides base Jane anthsdad a tour
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whether business Dairy around two oflk prodnring centers :e lam I
i on or pleasure.ymtwUl J
thoroughly enjoy ihaerlplfooa Hut the program of pastures and=yra.frsul ae Fiends as guest. el the a1Ii.IIn.
tree set due AclaMn I forage Trope does MAW we. at Beds Kdoeatfcmel -. Bej ef the
IMteasie. ......... famished anuhwekenaeawhfageaeeelcUea. BT I. FRANCIS OOOPEB .j production af cheaper milk. Oa H fsm twenty three Vhaiupiona I'saijU'iilm' this I
Editor. Agricultural Extension Dl'W-1 fas Area Max I, the average sew was led waaar
wa a ilnt-rtia I.lII'Op
eels, c.oo ..b4i..ma. each 4,7464 mmit af gook a ymr. Area group !
r with twivaaa ..... Caveat neitea "VwMtinnt 9f and sometime down" No. f. tie average a w M .Ir. =: V. tac rsnteat asodacted ay tha a.Ueegtiwltar
from railroad stations,yet Just about applies to all agricultural enterprise 1 of grain a year., end .......1.O02". I dMstaa or daaBnea* of I
free from raffia dla. Service all over the United States Althoughu thaa the anus ta Ana U. &. ......., .*- -itanal acrieaetasa in sin Wee Sub in
which many prominent people fluctuation from year to year are tan loop and other aeese giewi raaghaga* aaad* 1929. Ton district and aeanty agate ", laG
declare .. BaaquaM, the than thoM of Mm other products, the
yet the U taraaoe* is the rgalarsaireIa -
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sates era as low as $J.5O.! N* dairy business in Florida it no exception. .-nil. M oitatandiiv work atop growing con
tedtoiu waldag park room. Sit.uated However, the extension dairymen and many Area Ko. 1 th* bed acne of producing! tests but year war also gnesta of the
gin 4 sees wUfa three Florida county agent are endeavoring a 100 pounds of milk wa X82; la Area Mo.S diiVan Nitrate Burea on this tout.
puttea greens and enclosed playarawej build np the opt and keep down the down k was $1.52. The r M-gnr a roughage The farmer champions attended tie unseal -
S for chlUraa. Oub Of dan-flag in this state.Srows ration proved to be considaraUy cheaper meeting of the Bombers Agricultural
breahsost of BUtaaoeo quality' Haauia 1 to xtnurint dairyman. than the bought grain ration. Wetbtt' aroeketksa at.laeu... KbIoIRippl
and ee...... 71* twrtssa 63* H. ta looted at headquarters af the Aftieskaral Promulgating better feed practices>ow-1 before oomtiig. At this meeting n banquet
10 .L2.%Assam jiott.BsILTMORS Ixtcoaian Division at Galnesviae. ever, was only ana aide ef the dairy work was given In their haaor and was attended ]
etATBS H. works ta the interest of dairying done by thee ajrenta inter by lauubun of the association aM a aem.er .
51 e. n-w. throughout the olat*. Bud usually ha. connee- the ayetanatie cnlhne 3--: .. of other eatables tadadhtg Caries G.
... .'. $. u. $4$140 tieS with oovnty agent in the..... eoiavtwa. emw*. It I* aftaa slat eoena of the sews ia rwita, Chilean Aaihasnador to The DoitedStstaa.
JO Rosas* at$X3O During Ii2 ha and theme agent coaTlbutad the herd make good profits, same feet about who addressed the chassvion andcongratulated
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so little bit to the business of feed- break seen, and sieie actually do met pay them upon their eaessapHsh.seat
The ATLANTA BH.TMORB ag and milking cows awl ailing milk and their board and kee*. Dairymen cannot After..tine..lIt., interest at
"Aa Addreit */ Prestige milk yrodaet ta the atata. afferd t* support tee boarder; they can Jackson. Viefcdjarg and Mow Orleans the
The extension des..ryas and county agents art predeoa miss a* cheaply with TOOT party wa breugvt to Tamps by beat far awe
reallie that there la now ia the .tate cows a* they can with good oew*. To knew day visit to points of anteawat ta Flora. -
an adequate supply of commercial fluid which eew am pratitaUei aad which eau .
WE PAT 8% OK MORI ON SAVINGS milk for domestic consumption except far oat, it i* often necessary to beep accurate Before eaafcarki aa their JTorkU tour
Quarterly Dividend mom a d...- a few month during the heavy tourist sea reoorda. Th agents are aiwars ready the cre predncere war aaada
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tlJttlF. ..** far aN ere seas eoa. Knowing this, they realize that the aside farmer in etbe started to .: a delightful al breakfast at the
&':::..... 'M1 __ expansion of the dairy industry in Florida lag -..... Tampa Bay hotel, at which J number of
.ur t (irenr wl a i eAIouwea i ... ten is siesill* when production costs are re- Breeding StarkMr. nondlaaa war alas nest* the bureau
4004 owned *atfidaty to permit the profitable Brown **d some county sjcnts." par on the Invitation of 7. I. Baseman, state
bas .lItvarn' BUILDING AND LOU Co. maaafaetar oft fate such byproductsa brought into Orlando, Florid
Jmha...w.. ef ttcularly en West norida liar manager L
butter, chases ceadonesd milk powdered Florida a number of Ugh grade andpurebred That, Experl won as station
milk .... dairy some and beafen for f arnan After leaving Tassaa the part was taken
For this and other reasons they bars interested Jn Doctrine some coed amiraate. an n bo trrytkrourh the tracttln and cit>
given:l a rood part of their tint during thelent fn recent years the dairy dub mew ran sections af neigh sad sestral Florida
STOKES 5B SERVICES year to tile task of taTtaf to help hers of Madison Monty have been responsible hence to the east coast and to Jackson*
dairymen reduce their production cost for a great in tile Timber olgeod villa\ over the Ocean Shore Boulevard before >
vumtnWATERAUION VKKANMi They have urged dairymen ta growborem : dairy cows In tile ennt,. Good half- diebamdmg. On the first day of their I
and feed seeps and ta irs from Tennessee hire been Vrovf infer tear tile vnaaspien wlaited Laka Vale I
feeding practices Iij IHghlanda county thee crab aieenliei's, and these letters where they had beach with a number of !
i no outstan& g ilL Brown and the county .... wen able are now producing milk. !notables *- emr then Becw Babes, who
ta hela ana dairyman: chance his food inn Brown urge dairymen to raise thebut talked to the chaanpioa briefly regarding I
>oranua that ha aeald ft* tea an his heifer calves from good producing the prevent agrimKora '. A visit
end, and at the same thaw wears a higher .... In that way eew can be ear that he was mad to the Bek Memorial Tower at
r mini production. This dairyman vase four '* getting god stuff with which to replacethe fountain Lake and to the Citrus Expert I
For Florida tent of feed Swath ae the* the saving elder sews to his bentTh went Katioa at Lake Alfred. J. 1{, Jef- ,
to Ma wa caaaidanbl*. aatoneisn dinyasaa and a number of fries, aapeihiUaaeut of ape mare hunt
rrraueeee Pastures semsty aventa. hare baked aha ta tile lams Station, told the Tones red aona farmer !
WEA11tERFORDWATSON Mr Brown believe that permanent pastures nWpwralMddaBrya U*. B0 dubs ehempfena abort the JItati II.* .aapeilmeatalwOTk !
should ha provided tot dairy cow*. have bean farmed ta ante eeosjtise, a* that with dtras and avowed the arty over I
that silage crops should. ha grown In abundance HeabSEa sway bus tile nee ee? god. bells the various pent all of which waa very In- ,
and that aO ferae* and roughage far Several yean at assail ..... It ta Inadvisable tereetuw hat afiaarontly ant ee much a* ,
crop consumed by dairy cow should be to breed a herd to the same banter picking trees. This {!
Pint Now crown at home. The concentrate and grain wiar that two peen' dw ta the fact we a "e.'d.: ..mere'setter
feeds can' be purchased if desired. that hoer calves ef this ... would be of rarietiee sad ...... of fertiliaation. (
$2.SO Per Siogk Lb. The Agricultural Extension Division, nachtar snadiac' aad lainMJ.rw..w In the evening the farmers were genie at a ,I
through a number of county agent and -- Yet good.buW should net be Inner ia Orlando whit was also attended,
$2250 Per 10 Lb. farmers, hl conducted enough demonstns- disposed af. aa beef alter aabjr two year*' by a hasher of local first ctttaeaa and of-
tlonl In recent year to dhow that it i* possible errio* *h* plan followed ta tile boll clubs Mali. Or. WUmea Newel, dean af the
$100.00 Pter 50 UM. te have good permanent pastures la I* lor aeoarsl tea mwm to dub together sad Ceflece of Agriculture aad director of the i
practically every event, ta the state. Tests bay abut tout goad btdl Each Mi ia enpeiUeirt' station, was among tbeee ad.
rimed Station also hare, show allotted to the owoar* af .... ono4earthef VMaltia; the cbamoiea on this oecaelen.On .
fiAOOSc..sD1J1CD.SfIDSUiN.ILOIJQ that carpet, Berarada, Dalli and Bahia the> save and t* kept for bee year At the aeeewd day of the tear the partyrMud 1
grasses and leepedeia are satisfactory far tM end at each twe yore.. the w. an the Seafard celery Strict, the Vo.
tJ1t.CRD, \ pasture In Florida famishing grating eight traded them one seep. .. the other,ae that lasts County Fair. Daytona Beach St. Aa.
or nine moaths a yaar. OB lowlands a rata-i each ct the fear gawp af numbers *Mta wasting sad Jacksonville. At each point i
tan of aemethtag _... U pound carpet eight years eerriee tests the '- bails for the farmer wen loyally ontmtalned nod,
grass and !$ pounds ewpedeia U satisfsary. the erlitaal east of eae bulL. iweaVea t* eay quit tavwmUy imyreeeed
Hoeravar. kta wider variety U wanted. Dartag bet year Me. ... strewed the with their florida vtait. Th ehamioa -
five pounds par owe .I..eh of the grasses fcettrr handbag af Milk to Lane better party broke following delightful crop j
more mentioned above nay ba nsed. On the higher quality. Different maUfaig ta which that dinner at the George up Washington hotel in
sandier laws, Baal grass seems ta abject was tinmmi have aaea held already -
make the meat satisfactory growth motto* this ye.e..4. aLJseOUta, dairy .,.. Jacksonville on the evening ef February
NACO BrandFERTDLJKERS the other being aot very well adapted to rialist of the Extension Sonic of the eleventh and departed for their homes.
dry laada. United States Depsmtaasnt of Al''leuhuN.: For tha put several nan the Chilean
The grass milter may be seeded lay sad CL. ". taeee, saarkat milk Nitrate af Soda Educational Bureau has
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month what there 1II111Oi. are in the rro specialist ef tao B have{ sponsored educational tours aim&tr to the
Leepedena sad should ha lowed in the be.. ta tie state send aided Me. Brawa ia one Just Bondudad a* a aoeaaa of sucourogt t
spring, from February U to Jane IS i thin I IA tag a greater interest better agrkedtara in
1 ware sold during the monthof AU of these fasts and ether were carried another ., dairy ergeaisathias are tie Saath.' Steadily them la aa !--.. In
to dairymen by Mr. Brown! and the county foacttantag, ta the maw and Mr. Brews, the Merest ta crap glowing ooateat in
January 1930 than in nay other agents. In an effort to get more permanent but worked with Cheat. i very atata.

month in the) history of the Nitrate) I II'

Agencies Company ia Florida. .

i Ti>ea record of areveea was toads I'' SOUTHERN CROP CHAMPIONS ON TOUR OF STATE I

j, Ins>>it. of tin handicap of tightened ;f

credit and the ceanp -itio.,

of "jusl n* ,..dOl brand and lor

molar .ls-.l. at lower prit_ pert w

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With modern plant, equippedwith .
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I bird of the state hav* been pullorin:, tested COSTS $10 PER BIRD TO
enough test hive Mea made and thes together
START POULTRY FARMING
Poultry I with observation on thousand of
I' Florida produced chicks warrant the statement 1
,/,, that Florida I* comparatively free It cost nearly $10 per bird to enter the 'I
*z 9lor idfh from the disease and that most of our poultry business In Florida, according to a
chick troubles du to other three
are cause year study of 104 poultry farm*,
This comparative freedom from B. W.:; Frank W. Brumley, assistant professor of
are removed from the incubator. la the was 10 evident two years ago that farm management. The firm
Be W. D. Not State Live S average
Widely brooder the disease continue to spread and the role of okS: ::cB'O or--Accreditation 112 bird, and had Invested an average of

It cannot be topped or cured by any drugor Plan and mad the testing of, 8000. The larger the farm the lower the
Prevalent In StateVeterinarian combination of drugs. This disease U breeding bird optional rather than a requisite Investment per bird the survey showed. .
not uJrn: any system of feeding eitherof a* It had been. It seemed certain Brumley stated that the Florida poultry
the : bird or of the chick. It that to require the test placed an expense Farmer I* both a capitalist and laborer.
Says I* a true Infection caused by a specific on the poultry breeder wh6h! wa out of The Interest on the Investment figures $560
bacillus or germ.Unfortunately. proportion to the good obtained. At wa and labor was valued at $875 per year Depreciation .
however, other chick expected: after this change wa mad many and other costs were considered
BY DR. D. C. GILLES trouble take the form o{ a diarrhea. The** more applications for ccerdltation have a the survey
may be caused by either poor Incubation, been received and what wa hardly to be Th feed cost for producing a dozen eggs
Poultry Service Veterinarian poor feeding or poor breeding and without expected practically as much testing has wa IB cents, other cost were 8 cent, and
At this Mason of the year when thousands the aid of a laboratory diagnosis it 1* very been done a* before. While the pullorin labor charge were 7 cents making a totalof
of baby chicks are being reared \>j difficult for a poultryman *r anyone else test la not now compulsory for aecerdlta- 89 cent per doien. For each down egg
the poultrymen of the state to start new to distinguish between these conditions, tlon the Board reserve the right to make produced the farmer had an average of
particularly as they may appear together the tats on the accredited flocks where results about T ants invested.
(looks or to replenish old one*, discus- la the sam brood.A In chick rearing Indicate that the dlsas Whit the average total capital on all
\ no* of this great plague of baby chicks it great deal ha been written recently I* present In the flock, the test i* also farms wa about $10 per bird great variations .
I nor out o. place. about this disease, and as result many people available for those breeder who teal that were found, all the way from 13 to
The writer hesitate to add to the already assume that any chick trouble la probably they. need It. (50( per bird, he stated. The beat Inform
tOIl free discussion of the subject due to this csus Also too many people : Should the flock owner have trouble with lon; available I* to keep the Investment as
however II 10 much that his been written have an exaggerated Idea of the extent his very young chick he may be reasonably : much below $10 per bird a* possible, still
has case erroneous and misleading .n attempt of the dl....*. _assured that the trouble I* not dUI to considering location and martet -
will be mad to try to clear op at Little B. W. D. In FloridaIt B. W. D. if the chick have been hatched Brumbley I advised. b'nm'r: who \ l\
least some of the confusion on the *ubi -. Is of course Impossible for anyone to from Florida flock A* a matter of fact hat an Investment that Is too high should I
*" tt, say definitely just how much of this die- however, treatment and management wouldbe Increase the also of his flock so is to lower
,> I* an established fact that there I I. a Mi I* In the state either In breedIng the Same whether the trouble wa due the overhead
dl: ta.* of baby chicks know a* baelllaryn JeD:: I
; b chick However during the to this or some other caus Directions and blank for taking an Inventory
,te darrhea or pullorin disease that kill past three years haT Chick Trouble of farm flocks can be obtained by I,
null:oni of chicks practically wipes out been made on breeding 1dfIDted t Of the cause of chick trouble poor writing our Farm and Grove Information
whole brood and In com sections of thecountry sections of the stato. Those tests hive brooding I* the principal one. It I* an unfortunate Bureau, Billsboro Hotel Bid,., Tsmpa. I
I I. a positive scourge. shown a very few flocks to be rather heavlly fact that too many people attempt \
This disease I* a true Infection carried I Infested but most of the flock tested to rail chick without any brooder U. S. IS MAKING PICTURES
from the breading stock to the chick were found to be only lightly Infected orfree at all or withhomemade, make-shift
through the .... It I* Infection and high- of the disease altogether. White only I irooden In which it ia Impossible to con FOR WORLD POULTRY MEET I
I I. contagious, and spread rapidly through a small percentage of the total breeding trol either the temperature or the "'lIttla.i -
the trend of chicks before and after they The office of Motion Picture of the U.
S. Department of Agriculture U making a
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try to be held at the Crystal
Palace, London July 22 to 80.
Eight new fame will make up the ...1')1"".
Two have been finished though not yt ....
le'led-uTh. Turkey Business' and "Brredng .
for More and Bigger Fggs" The othet
films In production are "The Egg Marketng .
of the United States," "Th Poultry
Marketing I Industry of the United State,"
and "Cooperative Marketing-Eggs and
Poultry." Films on which scenario work
hat been don, but on which production has
not started are "Brooding and Rearing
Chicks" "Eradication of Poultry Parasites .
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the brooder without chilling or over
: .. ... heating, and in the brooder they are provided
I' with proper temperature and ventilation
I1IIIIY' and are not crowded there will be"
u much less talk' about B. Vd. D. It il also
a fact that brood may have a certain
e amount of pullorin Infection but if they are
properly bandied and brooded they will 1 be-
A hive much a* normal chick, that Is the
loss will be within what may be termed the
o'o'r normal death rate and as a result pass ,
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ONE THIMBLEFUL Treatment for baelllary white diarrhea
I* absolutely useless and the owner i* ape
t to do more harm than good by attemptingit
:, particularly If he asserts to many of the
r ADAY FEED : .. nostrums 10 extensively advertised a* diarrhea
/ cure If the trouble I* due to polled
or poor feed a dot of plain old epsom
silts Is Indicated of coarse and this may
; FOR. ONE CHICK be followed with some mild antiseptic In the
drinking water, such as combined sulpho-
carbolatesalone or these combined with
fl 1 bl-chlorld of .mercury.
Many people J for one cause or anotherseem
to have the Idea that chicks ordered!
from a distant state are for some,reason
IHIHK: or Itl One tiny thimbleful. ..ah it mixed over and over aala...960- better than those produced nearer home.

,, the teed a chick can put la it* little time Just to be thorough! You will find Aside from the question of quality and disease
this i* a* a rule a there
crop la one day I Oa this tiny bit It must the same car taken with Baby Chick I Ja always the problem of shipping these

II,.. ...,row. .baUd bo..* .build Chow (scratch) .to be fed with Start. chicks without the danger of chilling, overheating
delay In transit with the necessary .
muiclel. .start feather Think of the ena Chow(math)until your chicks ar*lit, delay in feeding. Any of these cause

job feed ha to do! week old. and with Purina Oroweaa rethe to result in the death of some
chick, the number of course depending
,Y They must depend oa tend for so Chow (math) and Purina Intermedlat on how badly they have been mil-

many things They fet them all la Hen Chow (scratch) .to be fed from treated.

Purina Startena Chow math or all
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I then oa until the pullet are laying at
; mash I Twelve ingredient are there la =
16 weeks.
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very thimbleful of Startena Chow
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How little feed chick eats...Just one '
mash H In SUrtena Chow all-tuash. KNAPSACKDUSTERS

Cod liver oil ..dried buttermilk. .alfalfa thimbleful: a clar...7et how Important it Is .

80.... granulated meat...these .._how much depends on it...the chick' 411'-)1- .

.ch with life...its growth...what the pallets '
and other are there one very J:; At Lee Than Lost -
a real job to dot 1, silt Cml r.r rise dme/as seam,, -......
sad I-U mere
AH these in dlnti..thlakhow wheaeCfaarttut .wit!. sale rttee eases,
carefully they to be worth food Ml orders Awvua

money, You can OTBIB raoeocrs
mutt b. mixed to
afford to feed only Orws-4 -.e.eatables, ............. ....
make every hidRINA/ ... Demise ......... NMebe dselcrte..
bUful alike. :P,.. PURINA the best... Purina *wl -__ COM MMwM MM* be S*.
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North Florida Is Pullets : 1
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House In Jacksonville To la now tint to atari planning botching I\: Aye.. I,+/, ? I Irw

Candle Grade And Pack For the chicks which win make ap your con- 1:0--:; M1t7 \ j,
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Seaboard Trade teat pea next fafl. It will be necessary fe f''l AqM'. ''_ tt I \

., get them off a month earlier than la pr* t : Iwo: kee 31 b.4 i
: FlorUla'a third gnat regional egg mar vioua yean tine contest will start October ... ..... ont 1
co-operation bat completed initial 1.a. rte sea t
hating first Instead of November first aa berets "
organization and opened a )large packinghouse fora. For beat results tae bird should be 't- ::- '- j

in Jacksonville where eggs Iron hatched ao that they will start at Mar Uu
member In ten will! first of October aa poeaibl*. If they wail
be candled, graded rtJlokAJOS'dittrlfcuted too long after that date they win loa mil Si 3I4 oze
< along the Atlas lacked from on a record and if they start much ahead of 1.f I:
g, Miami to New York City. that date they will be thrown out of product
This new association, which la known a. ties by the Chang and not lay for a month
the North Florida Poultry Producer Cooperative or two after arrival at th* contest The
._red a membership representing starting date depends largely. upon the
tome 80,000 hens In the first six week strain of bird that yon have but a* a rail '
fll orranliatlon most of which are In Dora heavy birds hatched about Mart
and Nassau counties. Development Of the and light one 0.sA"r: .
.., association la now in progress and organlx- /Refecting Th Breeders
> lug committees are working In Union, Flag They* of you wno trapaeat and pedigree'
ler, St. John, Putnam and Columbia. Othfj : your birds have a more simple task ahead N
I north Florida counties will be organlaedat of you than others. Usually good results
soon aa possible, and a membership ownIng are obtained by selecting pullets out of
not less than 100,000 hew la anticipated hens and sales that have produced good
bj March 16th. stock before. Be especially careful at the
-' Include State Farm sis of enga laid by hens a* well ..to.
Some of the largest poultry producing of egg laid by dam of male at contest are
plants In the state are member* of the< going by the point system now and the sine
new North Florida '.gg marketing body, .t egg mean more than ever before. The THE VITAMIN D GUARANTEESMost
chief among these being the famooa Pine male very often baa aa much a* 7* per centcontrol
Breet Farm at Callahan and the State over the progeny to car must be
Farm at Ratford. these two groups alone seed ia his selection. A small egg flock of Growth Per Pound of Fend
accounting for more than eleven thousand pullets are manyytimes the fault of a malefrom
hena The packing home at Jacksonville, a ben that laid 300 egg or better but of cod liver oil
at Vi the cost and of the bother
which adjoins one of the large cold storage of a small tixe. Do not make this mlstak none I
plant in the city la the largest cooperativeegg Those who do not trapnest should buy
puking house s in the state with facilities t mat from some breeder who does, being
for handling up to five thousand cases sure of what yon are .getting. Mate with sure to get it. Surely no ithat'
of erg a week. him bent that yon are pretty cure are good Few need to be reminded
J. P. Roberta of Rlvfrvlew! Dutal County producer and then cull out any that lay one will deny the value of
is ;president of the new organization and small eggs, and broody or undesirable for growing pullets is all these in building I
Roscoe Ryan la general manager in any reason. Us birds that make good roc income ingredients -
of the operations of the North Flora nrda In the winter a* any bird will lay In expense-no bone, muscle feather
''c.. and C.ntrall'lorlda Cooperatives which the spring but poor.one* do not lay la the The quicker you bring
signed agreements for federation for winter. nerve and egg-making vigor
: and pooling of gross returns, It la better to breed from half a down them to maturity, the bet dried buttermilk feeding
) sales expenses and the buying of supplies. extra good hen than front twice that number :
These two organisations together with the of medium bird*. Beet results are ob- ter. oatmeal, corn meal
Gulf Coast Poultry Cooperative of Tampa tained with not over ten hen of Red, has
Pratts
cover the greater portion of the erg producing Rocks and other heavy breeds with on always conwheat middlings, meat )
sections of the state. The Gulf, Coast. male and not over fifteen Leghorn ben. tained the cereals, animal fish meal alfalfa "
Association la managed by W. B. H....'. Remember that it I* not the Bomber ol scrap
ty.. All three regional cooperatives are organlxed eggs set that eounta, but the number of protein and minerals that meal and necessary mine-
upon the same lines from plant rood, bosky birds nl ed. Watch the vigor of
developed by Julian Languor who bag been and vitality of all birds used a* you will give the greatest growth rals. Now their full value .

In Jacksonville recently supervising the not get result from high record birds without bone, muscle and leather in building your birds to a ;i.
organization of the North Florida body thet point
Organization Work Car Of Tb Chick per pound of feed. Thouhealthful early maturity is :
Unusual' co-operation was given the There ia ao Itest" feed on th* market know
poultrymen of this section In their organization I* use any good darting wash and feed sands of poultrymen further in insured by this special -
I,,\" ",'ork- said )lr. Langner in Jackson according to instruction vent with ". ill Vitamin D
ills last w..lI."C. H. Magqon the Chang to a growing mash at six week old processing.
Djval County poultry specialist ia largely or such a matter and do not feed a laying Now you have extra as The Vitamin that makes
responsible for the success of the organization nash beior tending the pullet to us, or at
For this fine certain that birds the I
in signing up more than 60 per cent olDnval least not for nor than a week er ao. It surance. get
County into the association. In night pay to Chang gradually to the mash standard growing mash U nourishment in these splendid '
addition M,. Magoon has attended every ft us* just before tim to tend them here.
meeting of poultrymen In North Florida processed with such an ingredients guaranteed i
slice the organization work was started. The in the muck soils of Florida
"Another body to co-operate with tb.poultr'mell holds tremendous peat fuel pomlbilitle abundant supply of Sun- not only as to quality but

In organising wa the State Vitamin D that uniformity of
Marketing Bureau. Not only baa the plan April'sgrowing as to propor i
and principle embodied In the by-lawa been birds have all the tion. Every bag of Pratts \
approved by L. M. Rhodes, Slat Marketing BABY CHICKSAt ,
Director" said Mr. Lajmer, "but both Mr. benefit: of July sunshine is ,exactly like every other.
Rhodes and Mr. Rlsher the poultry marketing Wholesale Price Uniform feed
special of the State Marketing Bureau DELIVERY FREE Vitamin D is the vitamin gives uniform .I

attended meetings of poultrymen and explained Anihfcte web ww1. WkM ... Bran Uekm > that helps birds get the results. "
the principle of co-operative marketing Aesesis. tw tMjn SIMMsr
to them. County agents in every /N..ad. :J.IJ.UM *. WkHe aN greatest value.from food
county where there are such agents have send B>... .1...* pee kmto**, I14M* See your
alto called meetings and are assisting the .w UII M-. Imrlri OWN IIU t. fcM4fW. elements of their mash.
poultrjmen In their organization plant fctoa iklcto !. saN ben CMTM MMe Pratt dealer.
Negotiation are said to be under way JIoot .*..*. Oar .*.<.. ifckkt Now Sunshine is the natural
between-th Central Florida, the Gulf Coast sot ..... db.N.ea- supply. But modern poultry If you are in
and the North Florida for
group* the development THE ELECTRIC .HATCHERYr.
of a plan for State Wide ... demands that
a 0. ... 4HAvalon sse..m, raising doubt as towhich
Co-operative t. Include all organised bodiea
in the entire itate. birds be grown at the times
local
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of year when sunshine U ,

Storage Stocks of Poultry Hot*! Orlando most scarce and weak. dealer sells

And Dairy Products Larger notes M4 raikto aMI *.S web..M* SMarne Here is a full supply, Pratts.. write

a X ADAMS U .. BSACBBJI '"- Right in the feed so they're
Storage stocks of butter were about three u,.
times a* large OD Feb. 1 a* on the same Abe Ouw.ties Burkwu: Bda SOW .<*> '
date a year ago and nearly twice at large CahUrfa t. e HM>HM, talk, fV PRATT FOOD CO.
aa the February 1 five-year average, according 189 Walnut Street Philadelphia, Pa.
to the February told *torag* report
tamed today by the Bureau of Agricultural
Economics: U, I, Department of Africa-, ITS BABY CHICK TIME
(ore.
Tirtal sleeks af front poultry were also
l, target IU/lpl'l although, a decrease In the Pratts
quantity *f i rkyi In storage la shown JluttennilkGrowing
Th smaller etmkt *f turkeys indicate a
Urge foiwwmptluB' of birds during the past
Christina 'holUlart/ la view of a production
Increase a( approximately ten per tent la
19211 a* emj.erd with 1W'. The increased Mash
consumption It attributed U the lower pro
CM for turkeyi, quaffs-
Total stocks of meat In storage art
smaller than feat ago largely on account PAY
BUY CHICKS THAT l\IASli
.f amour supplies of pnrln Of applet there Rhode WeN ar..d a.,kL WMWI JlABY CHICK FOOD a LAYING
wr approximately' tUQfiOO barrels less It naer, wbh, Wr.a stew, while e.d Drees
storage February. I than on the tarn date kllnnt A_.. J._ Dl..b I GIw4' ...... J&nicrtcds Quality .FeedLine
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box**, and bushel basket being the fa.ia46 oats Me we Some" W a" .
equivalent of ...o 4ooo bam last yea L sad -"gas b."bwt is aw ...".
liLY AIN POULTRY FARM *

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g.. ...... ave., a emS 5..
Ocala, baa a greater flow at water thaw T.rra,_ rui
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I to* 0.0 *> M M**> VMM* to a Wisdom at ..I-a mil-i .( -MrthMM W Game WUUtoM ..... ....... 1

skier:'= w4r with tor MMl tral*. :::..t.'T" :: IrtMuw to four hi- d1..rd., Thee SNOW PARK.
pow
tolto Ml to*> **B VMM wfcl *
f' Things Worth |toUk sad MM to*. KM* S toliM MTitoto M.TI. t A=-::"% EX'SHOULD =Wm mm a.i ..seaOman" SERVICE STATION
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! unkod r ... ...A tar Mot .rr.-1 Ammons PwtIM..r I
I ,.- It alas .1.s Mb-Mi Mbar "A e..a.e wpm o.16 016 oI..u." I''" Tin WMAb's !
da _"w.. tar prep .... use .
Knowing- PM farthernfermatbe ...,=h_ ... areas SUPPORT SUGAR Gnnf Central *ad Hir oIU ATM. ,

I 'f/w.wlmnt_ P1-mm Pturk.e, now stalkless. INDUSTRY IN FLORIDA Phone n 1221"p... Fl., \

e 'l ftllAnrawI' OP SUM. SUM BT JTILH. i
j eooo HmmKTjjrr utrmun MM onto 1144. .-- w -.... ...ta. .. tmf ft the
i 1A1.. __ Ms a 1m. am dMr..l.at .._ _
w tararfri aim W xtonUiw tin
C.Itiau.d .... ..... bad 0".stasT 01
> hm- -ry ** = on and ran r.wa.4 w 4 .
.:...=== N.. Paalrrr tar .- 1sdaw =- .. -,, lamb w mama. .:= tk* a.gra iodutn I in Fbrida la the : BUNKER'S BETTER
1!. a _. b mil.wl.aa a0d .Shwa. a.. !.toms r :
I .w .a eMit ..harp pna r.a alert = ...::=.o-- ton of the industrial eomaitto. .1 the V I
web : .::. .41brood, ..d her mad d..nra. ... lit.m.p .t ..01 Ida State Cbunbx o' Commerce. should BABY CHICKS
<. M.. TW IM loam *M *k lKtlMwit .Im.p.,d tbo p.msns.l m.ibrw d&W-no at III
tb Bctiv the
smo.ease b people
to. k* ..ltajtti M law *.pmiltnr toon sod ape tle must r need swastroofts isMi gtm support AR ...... ......
rnaliii hr KtoirlMi Mtk a PM* dwaf.em.11 i.- siMi Mr... p.Y. w .t the state M H BMriM but 1M begin vC 10.w. .I ItoI>iN toe Weak
./rite for a t.. iinnllil .. -FJ.IIII fm nl.tbo.'nl.tbo. prolll.to>- diseases i 0-0 we w .ln.ni wtwClltok .I rUrkU'. hid fr NMr>iti.. Me a tarp It7JnI. WWTiJTWT A ..0775.7der
Are m5. Mi brera.r w dir.asatn of..... *i.iki.li and ttmmm <_M to* kwra. f*
..- Mat J"M .kUto* .... ip- -:. M. toy oft 'ashe mn pirtkoil* the somils. seal Sa the bwlaaUlallt. al Ute coatrjr.Til It w It,.. YWAJtTJmiwrha+ A e
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-' Itb..s.A .. ..d .11 .uuMnb4u emr w ri.: dud and
I = TM. mfasm.mnn 0.0 be .mead or .4 swam., ..e rwwoasd amis M tfaifqwt k a awl bttwwa ti lirae i
-- -- --- -- bird As r ..s b pope -.. t-
,? t SUM amid ..area. and seam!_ ar..d_ The ... avow I" kumquat.SOdaP'LBTfEOOIRt9EE. 1 111wo
t /IDUCATID11AL ON woooaaoePS. 1=In 11..ml..A U6 ..es.h.. lick nip = ; : :mt": '
I' 1/555. .t1wm dl.a.rsr | *| to* wens '::. =.r:: W + r mwr tm.@ re"I for alas.. se a atm r .mlrTlyrJl1
I, heel.seem wart Two ... .. w b5. i::.: as done., far IMit.. tea..o add,'wear 1
I of as m. to Rem w fi resas.larsmwbm ItresA, H14.ba. _..
= : .= .: .= n__.._..__
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me..M. wIl..d.in CE1le. Cann --. --- -em---rap
t or-.r-..:. = : Y.A 1.... r taws s..ertra so comwomes at Wash.ban& mr.rw uY :s e.Fe./.4 r-prmpruar.wt tr.Mr.wl

IM .eradrm.l IU.W CkM Vtov r...... ,,_
\ she '7.i..b .. ... I w M Imw I am en: ::: = Apse >L l Thai== Boa ...*. Cmtol: let ...
tit wig M .. e..41 bmdwrr -r "a.ww111 Fie Us
J' a ....... sear other".. Ws It vas '= III ... Shaun r a m..r u..wsw r 1adl.ldsrh.
a .beer .. .. The .-. .... d .1 of the True Facts Rabbits
..... wbe_... 4h.N. awe -...- I 51.M" -t. !/' ...v ..=east mlvta on I
t n..y. .tth __ ___ --' vtfl go. ton .r to bananas, familiar looks foe fiw tow
M M r_ mesas p.n.s ress to wttk .. ewwl kmililn ..kUk tototo to tlw turn N. 7h. .*'t.5
1 44.4141 owns someone _, am..mwT1..lle. M Ups See .>lik wM p. ilk ktoi to rive enable, ohm le.. BABY
.. ea.pl.Abp a .wt. r ....m..lr ab.. 1.hats w :....... .... t. . U Wklta** to e totoMkl prtoITOKMAN _
r nisi f.eeeb ds. Tbo neap Pawd. r Mr" r ...b .seaw win haw here.ftes W.. .f- ear e.momwm ammo
"' -- .. ... l .=: pm a p be mnbrw fr f a hell saw .rbao sad F1.PNOIIWI CHICKSThousand
.110--- met .!taws the Fam..I a.ser.mamt. Tear ors..1.n1 ,
thmiMtid. o( ltom. The. Mon ".Inl* out .. will help ,..* I* _riot UMM ,...... tocuk II' RAM.,.". twlc* w-
sells the .s:pressor .4 l.ur.lne off" fmt the or you .. fctaln then ky wrltlD our Faresand y taww. (
standpoint of Weed farm ...__.. This him, 0.... Information BUMH JKIIbkM Motel |y. Fens trspsedii.
may be bormeed tree of shorn. other than the 1,1141... TampaARiOUR itcord<< lines from
i 0-t r ""' ...-.,... Par turtle. In'tlo.I' :a iARVERB: sure ALI/ANAC. Tki > SUPER LAna CHICKSlkSr this SUW' otltstaw
I' ...,.. r... and On** _....... fl_ ,awe drbmy m .WW-r" meows are- .
'r o..b.w reasons w mm boa 6.. fhcka. The Desist final'
vii mom a" m.d boom business _.... so own "
BKTTCH AI; LLt.a71IL A to tot kr CtoHto H. MM. rlil A third! millions Ko .--c. kM4 to _* ai low prlra,
; : hit as mart,PW diseases wet.
milk" tovttoA i Ma toUto, .ij kliov* tMtutrntun 14 in the ArM VvtlltoitWorkIuf .me-.ft
to ..W ....*w. NM toNto **4 stilt i4rMUcllvUBMMr l. their.of .. Thw hm wkWMlinlllll e.dww _lMto 'LM M* boom *tmBlnM CATALOGUE -
t fnMk MlUc wrod-atims UsC' r like badly .. HtaBtlM w ) C,OLD ate ktokto tell* .! ktoi4V
M Jim u = woW* ....... m bur awes heat tbm. war M I JMnh.. 4 Idea tor PterH. .. BUuMWrtto Hatchery
II ...u* p.I. 4To. M ... r to* : dmr.m w boom seer r _10 4daid..I =to*. her I Irl Ite.ra.e w Orange
t. to* of dm =, Milk Ik Unit k 1b.w... and to the MktaMMM W tkb vul tlMlr .onssisr "1...._j I. > *!***** FU.
,-W w4bb .Mr..e wpsa..u, is .ddlllos m NOHBAJI KiTCUBIB: 1..d1.. T.-.. Ap*,1..
.' ...... milk. team II pad swell II sons II Pad ..... sestet. free. N e want!, Simon" w i





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:j : PLANTS AND SEEDS PERSONAL MISCELLANEOUS COLLECTIONS

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lTK nun nuiim-w _ohm" ,..... 11Manua. QUI labsems or oaddresInt. wrtulmrsa. We PAT a PDCJII'P 0Ir IIOIJ1I Off IokYDIoa-, WpoLLaCT .m.wtn names, 411.. awrpwb..,
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t I .. Klondrk" lnMblv and Diulap' Ml "= .. Mid .Ira;::... fist ohrse -'- ......... f..bINt.f le pem.6
1114, N.Mt I a l kMtM.ltrMII fPM liKOl I'ortd., bMr ==-a-. .:. L400 I me"oo"oomw b
; frea .. ...::;: safe .n0s.r N smnt..dI: Jrb.wrlllm FIB I::.. CL.. ,... ::-.c:No
.bw..t >*. Prta* M tea A> mate auto POULTRY 1'-' Mr's OMiMi Aa.aw. -. ib
monad ..4 jMHiC J. A. *. *, Judto*!*. Ark. '
I I I BM M. .1 *. tread M to. Ik* Joblow to. nH...j M iM". Will WUJCCT Mr .oast rtata. M
I I CHM:1s-.CmlW u low tort. BMM BMI, liMws : .A" >- *>" w r m'i5-E.! '
f COW PM _... VrfMI _.. Co to* (M1 est. HA Not i lku M. to*. BtoM, m. L:: out vltb. ML*; Irk* IMkton. Met c-.u drwr, wWW e.m.l..e be
dab Red PMMHto wrap for and prle* .l pctato. fgttp.1 MMUa Pm' | tort ltiV ... Mk. ewe AL Aomn..mor .vIUA11. _
I ..: JUrpkp A P I H .<:to lll> 8k. Ws ers rp I W_.*tow ._. Mto. salt kii...ode., ,Caere.BMW _
__ end_ Urban ___woo some, Pew
GltAPU-rtul ... r _Ie 4.p. Plow H4 ...1...... ii" to _bon...hand RUM I
R... was* r --Y'1rHOgTPKOOr w...J: *.kj, OrptoTMT JlMlluk 5.r.t100 110.Jl'lWr ( L.Vrf tadu4 oho _......... ........h5.b
J511o S P14zl 5 ", ; Mix*, U*! n *lito MVbtor. Gawk lDM4,Uk <- %__.... cooe: 1210. lrlal RABBITSRAPE
-. PVM 111........ MM the Sales min ff ;
bbmioo .- .raw ffwbbmlmdt, 1.1 .doIJe he Y.Mito. mrstp Mask

0, tovtoto*C-to*.ft. Ptanto-OpM to. tom labeled H'tiur.Tlt TnMto .*- wwCm.tml..>iA.A.mrOt"vedw.5IIY\ :iRoy. r .PrI.9.,..81&,,Pfr..w "*rpm ..... OtrMMM .Pillr i...Rw.r..am.r. to* .wow?..m-=me his mbbeen i=arkM.5.410.'lbw P..

tad room awewd .11 Wadi" eer/.11.I lOtoi R,... -ItolmVli''SrpM. ""._ Meese H.1m._
1 WA4tJ.li IJM-I4.W oak I.emde I nkiMhto f *. ton M. Prto*
TrarlirJ Wood .madt WO-fl. *MI 01tMPoitiMM. .. .. I I
fear ULMKMI 1.11.1 il* Chides krM ten heavy _
.1 -/ P.wwI stab 4 orolmb answer bo1.b., .Sheens PTM rM ....0-andam.M.a- M...mad
s Oma4 ewM ..lad.J'::: 11441.411 mead II.mM. Y.. shoo, r risk w. ... .. old M.VtotUiW. NURSERY STOCKAVOCADO

........ W4I Jet.UW41M Tbnalar, Fin U.iltClMlUknMfIcrlr rerl.ta.ti mMnstd. -.r. __ r lm.oo/om.l/ WOh. I I:1..(MWW s.L to* windmlnow..l: i
*i.oUl -/..... ,uhr'. _l>li and| ID*. Cbbt A..rf.ebl4 lot .w at lYe dal.hartsend 155..i **, shop, W ether PlMlBMUD. Mill
r 1 Tsar WMI.WI 1./05-44.55 P..IpMA r*,p ikip.MM =. YI.A., ---Ha :. ......,. M and 1& ......... ...w.w .... Awk Nor ..""*" '*", 1maeamw II-.
-I" >>rM t safe arrival ouwitoid, Write 0*.. PIS,

11 .!.!>.. ..to.U. *Mv 14515 i M. O.t a G. R r. -..... saw Poo& Nair .too'. ::i'--.......I**. PtaMfe. .... W am*. Hlllb.blow :1'1II1111 TltDlf Overman, b-Mill. 1\---,
teat To-oft
.. ttio. ... o-m-h" PM .Uri d..dam wen" ... Bal.SPIRCAL .
MI8llION"'Y atmwb.y Pluto $ P esbeta"
MX __ MM..< ) totod PlMt Arm" 6. MOT <, tl.*. U " CUT .. tofirtoi* ft O. IJMrfor*. --H. Mtt. kxr : I.MM mA H jl* *n..a.Rea .
-= -=. ty. : HOGS PmliiMMii*. Ptor*
Warm law .w orb. mm ki.bt Pass 1Rht := y.i.ikii*, Ahm..YmRse.ril.. Ml Clinhiil UKtoid.
bread fit*. W./y JokMMj Manwis.. stare.
m nW I.rsdw111. I.r+ bed Mlr.4 V.LN WRITM-VMk fmwbb rrM to rarakni Pi*.
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Prb..fly R..bmmd
VtoMMi
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..1 Y. emalsir AM Im.dNw shearedepweap tjiTS -'liTIaffT' Slat DaroM HOM for musts
to andC&. ...... PIa, free .sea boa"Mr PTII4 Cdr '- ....... pe..mb.1 Dome wslur
a PMHf "' fob. hart .
a p.a..urru.R..wbd.
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M.M.WMALDSON M. .. m..o.1..Wor1d S.IAS. Ras Prase c-.
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FLOWERS IMIIIM *kM* bled Red oh....
r..M -.... *Mtlv KMBv -..... Phi : IRla..wsmd .m that.. Modred 1ans Besea. pet
'*m, Bintot. aa.-m. lit ACBJI pjm** kMh* Mr*. PknWMl toM.. CkrMto Ml MlMm H. ttortof *LMLOtorr>.
IPIUNO CATALOG r army .w ltd vase tlw.ftIM khto MTMX Ms *M *ttr tM>r *M mt+ __ Clads _
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....... team. patm4 View -. sW --'P.'f PAP? cufcm Prelim,! was amp boo Abroad. MM. whoa b In oft *M PM Wrt> il .=: 1)1 -
Tae envy .011. tea..m m..5.. R..warea. Tsoad Lrb..+ M.spsd Ana .IS, I
B*> 0. 0... FK = h
: 'f 111_W..damns ....... 117 _1s ask abw.k HELP WANTED
:1 PtOWIHINO PLANT., -Iao.i -. Elm lbw
: totow wet VMt. far BulWtl "AMflvdMtowrto. ". 1.m.. Bne.. AGENTS WANTEDA ,$4415 .. lees T.*.V ...... --. tf >X G.rwr
I WANTED .sea Jab.. M.w .. .... imm Oem.w., res.md.w .
.AL.I04A71t -. 0._ am.m ....-.- proft miss Mir tokltollilfc= LtokItoML = : eerily nridmlw l nwl m.Ml. %Uk toe

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/""\N February 10, 1830, a little company: of Today what was formerly the Petersburg I :
} V/ progressive people in Petersburg Virginia, Railroad is an essential pan of a system comp '
obtained from the General Assembly of Virginia aiog 5153 miles of railroad in Southeast Virginia ;

t a charter for the construction of* railroad from ,.the Eastern Carolinas, Georgia Florida t
Petersburg "to some convenient point on the and Southeast Alabama. _

North Carolina line." Over the heavy steel rails that long ago re -i
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When completed it reached from Petersburgto placed: the strapiron track of the Petersburg
< Blakely, Va.. one and a half miles below the Railroad, there moves a vast and varied traffic "
j falls of the Roanoke River, a total distance of :
i From North to South-from South to North
59 miles.
-the trains thunder Luxurious mile-
Not much of a railroad by modern standards great past. '
a-minute trains, each snuck '
passenger costing as
But an undertaking of some magnitude those
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as original cost PetersburgRoad.
times; tnd one that,its advocates foresaw,would .1
Swift trains laden with valuable
I, revolutionize Industry and commerce. freight ,

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r the Petersburg Railroad, who had unbounded Every train essential to the commerce of the ..
f faith in the future of the South and in the successof nation. Every train a tribute to the vision of the t
founders and of the who followed after.
the new enterprise. But as great as was their men ,
faith they could hardly have envisaged the The Atlantic Coast Line of today has been a

changes that were to come. century in the making. It looks to the future
Built as a local enterprise to increase trade with the same confidence as did that Presidentof
the Petersburg Railroad became in a few years a the Petersburg Railroad who wrote: "of the

link |in the "great mail" route between North final success of such a line, no one can doubt i '
and South and, with more than one hundred who is the least acquainted with the immense .
other roads, was later welded Into the Atlantic intercourse of the country and with the great
e Coast Line Railroad Company. value of time in conducting Its business." ..

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Not "t all. -' VVk $;621 Per Box Wasted among the state's


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'. Florida growers'jI\.''iU'e, T.wtsf.vr soal. bswo nnclM HUM MM toot MMM :f4i;e.ch over $100
*'>"". lMt-ttl bad "At".au. M W a. tat tku tin prwfcwnh ', '. .
receiving ...n. 101145) .... INtr < M .--. I"". ,..... PM ,
season
every : month 'growMoney
MUSS, per per -
.Tsai Mrkte ...lu. ta .,.,... _..... u...I.L, ....._ 11ti't .
an average of more OMMM ow k.M* lim-ttl ........... .___ ".u. '
1 PUt (MMttr ar woos rf pot rkPint .. ...... 111.at ; cr.' .. .
than $0.62 box less ., Y M.41. n* ...,...." .d--:. to .:" "
per rtnt .tnnn V ..lire.n, method to IM ylmt....,., IM.fT' r i >

for their fruit than' its !. i-.ITJIaf: ckirM M Una-sat ".' thrown away.
Parking r..y
""'nla .wa..w.rrfr Used wH/>,.waww) Isis at .
actual net worth. .....whl _._ .. th.r _,,_ .141 The .unification program -
: Aw*** traimm ow plant ..?.. .., ... > .It...* '
baaed on /'market. con ,,, T.ul soeaes..arr "DOW torg"twest 'UU.HO proposed 'by the ,
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1 tale ': A_ aaeirs h wlart _.__4Wi r46 un..HAnnw '
I dltioni af'tim of :: ......1.. MWMt ft .._..* *....fAMKM a. :'Farm Board wouldsave 'I
..IMtarn.. ....-_-__.. L1HLMAMTM 1 W: .
This is equivalent .. In'>< "<{ wt M4 taurart .._-__.. t.ll.II '* for the growers.:
Anru tsr, Meow ",_bUl and ,i' .
Exchange houses, ..of ff flM ....._.Tnn _._?.._h._ S.1U.M f. ,',-, this Y; n i eee.sary ex-

Told tmnn *w plant. ft. -
all packing costs. '1'_" paid kr __ for III plan* ....__.... ll.M JTI.tl pense.v: would accomplish -
fw U> MM sisal MI M .OH..hno t _......__.. MM

*. Saving *. MmkiBdMnf and Oaks' CwCa-Ut this end in a very
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CnuMM .. 1m... .row The OklUMHta Pratt Grow IbnteM*
Consider carefully the
.. kW M NiMot MMnlj tile P sofa CUrat CufeMc lid n sense manner-
i ",-? r \ MM wwlnl,1'C-. lit ...!. tit. kra foUwwl' "common. ,
tabulated on ; Lower war In C Hfcrata /* / t.
figures ,, kno
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C." Florid wntol volwM *
this page. Based upon '?. .. / c-w.J ..... amass..tI..., ..... *.M.' .....'+ y aPis ': i l methodsr: .I ft ',.,
'!let or 41rMLeeM..w." L1K ..... .' .... + ;; A -* !
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studies'of citrus conditions '' ''J> 01 'Mi :; ; u \.I:


... by Dr. Theodore U., ( l It asks Florida growersto


Macklin. Farm Board The C.llf...... rrah Owm gnaws Distribution........eo.troJ-iUS f I cm next ..tthe taste t ; advantage of :
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CkUforate 11' at. lb tntml hiX>IU".ai lr 4 ,
r If representative, they lor the Florida Cltn .......*. to rtorMaOM. the lowered costs large ,
.*( tM IM| dews set H"*""* .* tW HMtufcuctMIW
Hi a.."...... !mom Ir present facts in a man-. ? < ft* rrlw kmtkt sot this n.lt.kiim two ..k..i mmunt ". I f \ tj.'
net too obvious to per.. :',' f... IM .IM, made tar .... kMl *Hk Uw prior kraickt to sew in production and in
anon trail, .1....... vkmlMltr' '*"-1. MM. ..* 4K pw k*< s.4'11'II'

mit misrepresentation.. hi Mhw nnV s tk* .,+"ttttHl IMP Mod ..;.n.... the :... ,sales. It asks for?sales' 'II /
.. 'Io ', trait HMwk the saw' W* wwU knkm M..tba u 4ia h
'.\ ",.J.. 1 t', ",:, Mr* MN n = M. i i *" -' t *', 1'. Je'o'n t r c*1 to' eliminate "
.' 1 tw .... Mrikk saw MMM at n* .....! add .*!- iWS.-;
Duplication of pac .... } r'fli sc ;i; .
OK 0inw li Pea Oi Sakwn bra A ckvlMr wnMtawinl costly i petition." 1 1These "
at I* Florida wwU pnmw*pfi"r" .>.!.. M bows tar 49
ing facilities, duplicatetion rIorWa .,...$-_.,. 4114.. "<<-ItIfj ;

of sales effort and Total {Saving Possible, Now Wasted-$.621 ., r J'1 1
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needless competition which


run up terrific bill which Florida citrus grower ,. possible, progress and profitable i growth: -in..other '

I. \I II t pay. Last year, based" on a 24,000,000 box "industries.. They will do. the 'same for Florida ,

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