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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: May 6, 1930
Publication Date: 1923-
Frequency: daily (except sunday)[<1926>-]
weekly[ former 1923-<1925>]
weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (June 14, 1923)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1931.
General Note: B.E. Archer, editor.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002075048
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notis - AKR3403
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System ID: UF00087295:00108
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Succeeded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Leader-enterprise

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P'ORGANiZATION; : AND NEED ,FEWER BETTER BRANDS LABELS II I Author-Farmer II III, APRIL DOMESTIC IMPORTS MARKETS CUT GROWER'S DEAL !


:': OF VEGETABLE Florida citrus shippers mlghli e, f I Import of fruit and vegetable WITH CANNERSIS

well give more attention to the I cut into the domestic trade
GROWERS NEAR matter 'of label, aa on the I more heavily than ever at New
whole their label do not com- York during April. For the first COMMENDED jExchange i
par favorably In attracttv three week of the month an .
Been with those of California carloads of 1m*
., Commit* (&I* Meeting At fruit Many of the label are ;. rrfIOO and vegetable, uses
"r Plant City Mf 9th tort crudely done and are not exclusive of banana, were un- Receive
1,," To DecicU PUn sufficiently deacriptiv of the leaded every day On one day 900 a BOB On Grapefruit
F.. fruit. A bright attractive label '5ytl the Import amounted t* (60 For Canning
help to draw attention and i* earloada.Cabbage.
r 1 : By Frank R. Ifamawtt one of the bat iavMtmrat r war the .largest -
By C. M. McLennan
r Turn tingle item and amounted to 701
Editorial Director Florida that a shipper can DI.h. It
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Jf ': \ lad Grove !Section would ala be 'better If there ran. There were also heavy Imports Aoelal Editorial Director Perm
were fewer brand with more of citrus fruit, or a totalof and GroT Section
meeting of vegetabletooperattv
. 1\ Following 4 tI car: Tomato import
.' executives fruit hipped under each brand. With charactertle acumen and
eat association
rs. The number of Florida brand wire lightly larger than usual progressiveness the Florid Citrus I
,and representatives at gebrlng and amounted to 148 ear*. Argentine
09
J"" at thl&.tlml moat run Into the Exchange has worked out a pro
April 10, an organlaatlon committee hundred and It .la a studious grape war la the gram for absorbing the cannery
[ KM tan establfurther tpof buyer indeed who can learn exactly largest supply over known. a grapefruit whkh will on.doubty -
looking t* the I what each brand stands total ef IM can arriving daring add million to the citrus
,statewide vegetable cooperative.. for In the way of quality. the three week, of jut M revenuer of tile lUt. On hit return
y' Bennett many ** ever arrived la an entire from a went trip to New
H. T.
season before. York and Washington, C. C. Com-
d BredentoS U man or, general manager I' the t
chairman of this ri1 t M Exchange announced a deal wher
; committee and Little Hope For i by thet'lnti aanneri
Rex Beach famous ovellai, wile la : 1
I XUteUnaef will DO
X A. State Chamber pay
his farm '
raining trick crop o*
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9k Sanford I* : Raising Of Fruit star Sebrlng.I Story .* page ?. box for
v secretary. A Exchange can I
meeting hat Committee On Dory Ira

'been "fled for Fly QuarantineBy Farmer Should grapefruit onto ,

., May II.; at Plant ; Farming MeetsFlorid the taper)" J
where the
City of their planet
t. R Hammett wetter will betaken a Staff Writer Grow Legumes and the Ex-
l 111' In fur.Wee Slight hop I* held out for any ( BUt Chamber of change will put
dlltau rt
{ Immediate action la connection on an |Intensive
Tli movement was Initiated .*v- with the modification or elimination With Corn Crop Commerce Release) I IC. C. Colllllllnd national adyer-
oral weeks: ..... and has sins been Dairying, agricultural! reclamation tiling campaign
". sponsored by the BUt MarketingBureau of the fruit fly quarantine, by the tong oil Industry, eo- that will tinmeaiurabhr Increase
\ and the Agricultural Ex- members of the, Federal Fruit Fly J. Smlek operative marketing and diver.l. consumer demand for the by-pn
x Board. In Interview with By the five duct The DO cent price
an a fled agricultural are reprv-'
t.. tension Division. No plan of 'organisation Florid Farm A Grove Section District Extension Agent principal I project which mad op cants an Increase of almost fifty
r baa a* yet been pro- reprewntatlra, Dt. W C. O'Kan, Every art of land grown to the preliminary basic program of per cent 'n tile rate ef Daymen
t P tented and I* M. Rhodos state chairman of the board, pointed out corn I* Florida should also be. the Florid SUM Chamber of for this grad of fruit, and the
marketing commissioner pays that that it wa virtually impoanlbl forth planted t* one or more legumes.Legumes Commerce Agricultural! Committee figure will be increased to V6 cents
department to Anything in you know Improve the .f which Dr. Bnrdett G. box during the 1031-3J '........
sill attar hdlI
i Done will be presented this connection degree of roil by furnishing: a home forfriendly Lewis, President of Foremost and to 1.00 a box for three !yeara
t the Plant City meeting. safety to the Industry or to the helpful bacteria that Dairy Product" ,, IM. U the Chair followieeR1951-4. Prices are all
,. K. B. Gardner, economist ef the itate. entrap nitrogen. Them s a m man. f, 0.b. Fxchange packing plan'*,
f fruit and vegetable section of the "W. have had unusually cool legume add vegetable matter totha Dr. Lewli recent meeting of the Hrlpi Canners Too
Board attended theworking land U plowed la. roaymost The deal which regarded lit
Federal Farm weather ao far this apring Dr. re't p committee held In Jacksonville a U
others **. 0'X.nl atated. "W* are iu t now duce good citrus circle a* OliO of the mm.ilgniflcaut .
with fat helping.to approaching the season wnen condition They furnish need which I* good plan of group organization wa In recent years, win.
develop the statewide fOOper.th'eIdo. will be favorable for the teed or has a commercial value adopted. Under this system the bring a profit to grower on their
.. establishment of the fly to rah. for planting. committee I* divided Into group cannery grade never before wow
bl. **so- the Quarantine now would In my There are several legume that for the purpose of studying and doreloping laed. It will ado benefit the *an>
elation, are being urgedveto tend (Continued on Page I) (Continued on Page S) the project contained inprogram. nor immeasurably inasmuch ag
y:' representative* to th* Plant have :he till merchandising and advertising
mealing so matter may weight of the Exchange will b* put
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the n all those interestad eolldly i back ef the canned grapefruit
In cooperative marketing. SELLING and grapefruit Juice. Such' a
Fart* Heard It're *d
: Tito Federal Farm Board ties PITA FLORIDA Immediately 1..: ::
shown considerable' interest In feelp. wand and wider distribution forth
-. !ing to solve the marketing problems FRUIT canned product.Conferences .
*< the vegetablegrowers. la between Exchange
an interview with a Florida Farm Oa of the ..,. official and canner rave brought
and Grove section representativein era I thouaaai out the fact too, that this higher
Georgia recently* Alexander II. e complete window price ta the grower wilt not work '
Legge, chairman t.'rrt Federal l which a. hardship) no. the canners, nor on 1;
Farm Board, elated wa the displays the coniumeri. The goners will
.hop of the Board that the veer..rrw' are art.nod by add their usual profit to
table grower could b* combined dealer service ent coat of production a d'Iru
..' y Into one regional or national or. I f lIIRi l I seer for retailer their fruit by the caw at a higher
.i\ ganlxatlon I *o that such a cooperative t handling the tenses prim wilt be taken +
f would ha** something to market sashes ge :rrai the wholesaler's Profit AI the ,
rJ :.., every thefveethegetable J'raoft' -' bra***. These retail price, regardless) of the ease
tioally all .* and jU,Ura. hat e M price* *t the cannery will re.
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smell fruit producer wen to b* proved very **. main the same-Ili cent for the
;, Included in inch a plan rather than ,Ur, I* aeveralitae family aim There li a commer-
,, to hare the .Mail of the. .organization treblingeenssmer slat soundness about the whale.
!t, eenfiaed, atrirtly t* *ora o4Hies. de plan which augur aucceta for,Xx>
mean The (her.acter change growers a* well *i for the
Sell Through: Agency I ef the dl.- ann-ri, and which lend a power.ul .
''x Earlier In the season it was plav: warns Indifferent stabilizing Influence to till ...
,\ hoped that "tk organisation could section.of tiro tnduiitry .
; be perfected time to serve buck I .d the country, One company, the Florid Frost
grower this year, but certain on.b according t* lie Products company of Lake Alfred
ataele* ariaen which vegetable I preference* ef the and Kagl Lake, already has nig*.
Impossible.have. Producer* vf M fctefe keying raw ed th* contract, while negotiations
crops In ether aoetlon* of the aonthhav lle- ,Our are under way with aereral other
y 1"w
',' evinced eoailderabU intereetIn York correiiMWdrat. ompanle Mr. Commander Mid
.'\ the plan end ban indicated asr Colonel U The participating *aan r* agreed
desire to cooperate. It la expected Si J, Brow*> baa as to use exchange cannery fruit ex.
that when an amalgamation *f the trlbutfd a* ulvr elusively I and the axRbang hi turn
existing tooperatlT has been effected rating atory.M I agrees t. pTorld ** muck of Ik;
the marketing may b* don polo this. service wfekk tannery grad fruit to the attkJ-
j" through ant ft the fUblbhe4. aell- will be frond en Ming cannen .0 I* available.
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| U answering thaw- w ...... IM .or M Hiss tiMvrtM. r ear'I,* **aata anaa.i4>. sat at a lamp .*. le team bit s Per mist row.to. ttrrart!
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the fief bide and fl*.. patM.mft was oft Sue* MtatSwi *. al growers sad ehfpp.re eI riot-. tow will for thou brand whet I* M
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sawdb a1 ovary '-Iat7..... rnewt'rap' ta lakiac k 4TT homes trw *wa y ..* nose to Mice sees far aMr to k*
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TkM fyraTtacli wttritlty KMf to a Ie wow to .>.* the. alt COMUM04 t* tk. < tk* tara* sera b Other worth, frMr ka UM been CM* U addlttoa for
aoe..r ry U tfc* grove kM kMto ......., e.W..... na& foods .nt k* led ta tto **rataiiaa4 tfcarataff tow rkl else Virtually one af atad M* Utter way d* I

remiss w4C1 swirs. ant .aixuaae to ttoeta.gidd4 0-2 ...... tart ** fief af* last ta .Away t.. ..,clot._attaaUoa.aMtacav as tw ...... as..ids blow to sister the It kMd af tattl .*
... frir dJ.1 tuP: "" be"M Is loom -== far MM emjrw cods: the awrr Kortk norUa Carat these t*
trip s..... lss aced. .smear i4. f amw ab.itwu" a* MaWfar kM.lamiMtftata. isaalta. .uai iii a P.au MMr d its lSeYsaa actmaraarraacal too. a flow af ..*., .. kraaa ,*r wtatarp

an ......, all UW w" a. Opearkat Assns..! Sets-tlaw .1 lobs Samial pmtlaai. It ..ato sees fMd. Times k.aa _
k UM H .
tto tn <* at
d .......... if dry '.silos ---. Aasp toy to .**.u*.t .to ....i>n. dre' Sat K% sable vii avrakltak** that tk* to kaxijah* ale sold to a good ad.aat..r*
..... t. tntfc k* U4 free kr wri the ==i either far head
M Maseru, sorts") boo a war ties trade lar ar* the geoaar *r ad if a bat .u wipher sr a .praying wiG Iisueber ArmatMni KnidtnUa. Samar st Gaiwo- ..... we .. c tll* to *** tkav Ttay ala stay ta tk*
latr the ...-.a ., no. ...... Ha eUl displays ara Prepared tar Ik* Odd wtlf wIttsal nttiar and own awH4iatrahlr
It worms TsssiIs TardsosTess. Lga1ta.Aale.dy........ lrtf af arenas diet Ma provide tka mac tat tot* bet bttratar <..* *T
Amt ..sea km been t)..c r' ) ar.* ....tat to ling The dealer arises, ana arrears 'l.plmmtrtinl .II seas grew. ..r.. beam tot er* TWy
....... to MM ,.ff the. ........ -'- W Stair dolefat &--. Mad soft sill Uky Mod.. a.o.edhac to tk* Maa..t at space "'c- tk* toad and am**** goad <***.
....... dart o mart ,..... nil Mat" (a I Delay tam.f ttair ...*. ,saran!, avaltaMa. ta memo .( tk* .torus its awe atccaraatd sad cntelaria wflt
INmreaAsmrsDsrwwr" adth.ntw ....-ra ......... ... 8Iick N a.aeidIisgeitsa rsrda. Cook tips K 4tajtay to .... wow round tkratarhma. BmMtnM4 =
hN wana. It would k* a anal thin tof. trod du'aap the am* fr. vatc*. .. e IIIa eases d5olla..s .... ''I1Ie road sea Aa usA > KMW*- k. ism-
"trq all send .ear as td.nad. oast.S" toa to atHlkM sei Durtasy- .altar Shoos,t way-k.and'Cat wttkMl fr key attar _lair -... Bat a* far atav
?if .. WMMI rays tkS .. .. u.w ........ ...... .. asiss bat tt pe.lI ants Mjar ta adta blows saw uililal it duai Mt ar...*i*
asset boo rhea Pa. ..... --- bar (raw h...snag to die way to k* a-: tor kar**. aid bariina.sdL lmtnradr, It feed. U Vahvt kau w uaatt ar*
af tba pads MMftftim 4* ant tanriVBTT a ............... saoeat of Melds... Roach wra toMra far tad tUtat VcfarMalar
404 airi tka .k MdMtrayiac .t,mid be 10 : fakf.d faa Mad tina fart ...." a swear. sued to Mafaarttoa with tk* ataar ... cntakwto ....... a* c**"** Car ad to*
MMMH stows, Moe. too 1ai7r- l hy toni. torif., _t ., n*|..toIkm p. play sudufal tad mast serfssited.. Pre.-... n- l.gwa.t acem .. awl
.r gets rid *f tk* MJTM to its foals **** one kmafiag tea ... ....... qby.0aostw tnrntet era *ara ta boa
trar.d be bei 1.0, pkro.0 it w ow" slows an a.. seed ::::r'-'i ...... efa &w. ece use ass
UM* are yawaatd tk.**imhty. k* atnr k* = 1 ---- ... at- amR si sail spy griP. the BUM bad dwtac tk* ya per
aWe .. get a led* craa an ... wal Mt L Law amhLg .. 70.r Pied alas ma Neiw sow aa.. wrw brio hit foal and
be Iaiwed by .i were ad bolt I1rwy as .ld tMcutafta lor aal
..... softy I =or .Her ::::= OAA WA "114Dealft i leg
{ A nerd spies: .. an* *ba>* .. dlftoW* ...... -t- tn. ta waatad.*.. ....... ''.am.... .. ear isnf .,....Mat edI' ease aid tmtocar sOt atriwi t* yraWe rhrM Md tat* fMMakl. matter
.aaMM, to. Merinos' ...... enrbomwL tiuds. ........ pluss krrdan psils Kdoehhoc s rwtottm *t ....... Mask ....... trysalit Iras aad
web a..a babe Tto" Mage. .. alit am W4 .M| t*...... spas th* d heist tt
(Tktataa UalBMMrUiad Squidee.s tbsl,do" Mt km:: = a. Mud .. _.dusL.kis. .... antpsI decked fact sear. would p..ide a good. .*.. This wakatta It pose .ealI .. s..gstsiiwbaba.

., .d tsdwe w state to a. amp to .kidl tttaata .. MaaW Mir ........." (p ie-he-is). nuttea Mow ..l>li his ffr to kw*ties 1 constantly wised ta IL Two
a ..... tab sr.arsb Is seastraw.. bond daem.C < **ttU* matt** tat tie tana *f fct.uaM
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aptbd. t II summery: a p.al.err '
Trent dw : ... Baati.antoatiiai. Allow I* awlitoi tt alhsgeriS *. Oa* ta* *( -"a*
tits dbisse frail .early ...., lot 0"Ao' I.eodkag poLass e a s wets alit ..... ..... .. .
watts.1 !lest 1e s.f bbd at .. .. .. aid attre .*. .l that to WdMa
lockage sad "See MM ta k* ft hw me gasaad'as s *< Mat* am** eel.i...<*a..1 j jMa taf .......* af a. CHfcal
asb.t
ttaipeat. this serer" my Utnltadwfchanktec no sa5i. sere hip..ti. 1s041"S s...

10WE mom JIIIIa ..bauble or ..slaw --a --. ... ........ 'itt
It sealwria sealed. w paw--Sty. natty' lend tf'th yah*. < 1 .
bTyAor.aaiurR.ri.Is P" any wW do" slot seas 6 ter.g.o.sx
wed I. ... It ill good '-- a bap peer bum. njumi M .been IMA, Aa tafiaUrtaa fIl| ....... 1&'waft" as -
apiary ..Maims me d mains map.pifa --......... t.d.q/ .se-'. nod Mad as a..grwo *r sane** *r hdk we Nadu ,... .. ..alaaris .& ...seed. he
) pries ...... a-'a (M ... a.- ......... planes M. aMMMLCiidis ad 1& out be __ wale st saes Par arm sane Pros ..,.
..Ml M .OlM.. w.Mb Sift VMM li ........ : Morel 0. .umfa cr... I to fmaitkat "Yes grwbeg ..... ,new .......... 'MSS U.s sable shad i
1.a waste jf y kyay- S1atm.rr.w Ia Mr .venew ed Pascals., .d toe wtatar awdaoat*an to' k.**mn&. Worn ,rwtahsrle. eN" per. tsar 1MI
c + .+t sr ..... ...... busts ails boss. sad hmpmtw s bears a. .aepds lit >rrd IN. JailiW.TV taagtrtl* an******CU k*.kta W Days e'
00064 "t". IM-Over ......... Dow ar.* to a* pat to the toytaf to 4Wta k* *** im*.** totnatiaal yn...... .. I as aped rs yb J taatoki wbwo-.c:
.... with tad. seas .... aras UM.. L imimm tfcry oiB k* to aa bas..*. '
atmssid be taws a .a0 a Powrysole, re I'kalfMWB. Two owl Mt h* afci. t*a* a*
....... fit ....... __ :''I is y .1 lima a fwllllllZb7 h ow ,own Bwt it* f..... can k* tk* meat &m.
= stlletat :........r. toa* ...>nac*. a* **ary aa. kava I Us jWjpamyat- below will Ik* desetotao HM the is I***, lists ...... growing "'<<- WI
; Meal lbw a..i.w.1r italtatknntv .aewd t. saw Mow somile : pr.aer t b4 for so" 04 asS 11.1>.. Alt
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A Use .ane tar a psieet at aeo '
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tote* pointing M Soot( eae4 fttwr \2'" BEAUTiFIt:AT1OH CONFERENCEOF .j
[WHAT'S DOING Foreign CompetitionOn ai**, *ri' .p..imt....d 1'tt a B umboU ... STATE COMMERCE( CHAMBER:
ornnt** and :.lR.t par nCe1p 1 -
grapefruit, tn the ei andpruMtiipal t! ,
TJve rourtetwih Semi Annual SUWwM
Citrus Fruits Is
importing countries, and an. apparently : : 't
IINTHEU.S.D.AI. fairly: stable lames production ll uHiiratioee mnferoMK of the Florida .
i otoHttoii, at hovel l, however, that neoeavktatea State Cramber ef Cdmmerce Beiutifloatlo .
.... .....fly .. *-- Steadily Increasing the too of II considerable proportion Cmnntltte c*.Tt..d. w the First RapUat I ,
In tilt manufacture of by-product." Church In ,
liT R C.. hffloaIEXprially tyw SBIJTB en Friday April .
Written for Florida, 'A.---; ef'eMlnt production and export' of Hth .
Nee
j Baring
Farts and Grove Lrf ....... in the Southern H'wi.phfr ..- "CMiltniHtw Beaututtoatloaj. of Florida" t
Tit American eltnu-fruit lnduotr reds Fr confronted with Increasing. competition In FurtIMf Enpeseios Brazil: I* regarded by the bureau a* of Covering various phases of huUfk tlo t'
foreign 1 )market from foreign producingcountrM specie, timifkaiw t* Calif*rata Valencia activity U the itoto. This work has grown I
In which" production 1* bring: I The American citrus fruit Industry I* with whew fruit the Southern in popularity a. Ik* committee* of th* atat J
stimulated by the steadily I If..b' confronted with Increasing cempetllten in i hemisphere product compete on CureMon hare found that te 1:71a el ortanUed ot<
demand foreign market from foreign producing narkete. Alto, continued large Spaatah fort does not budget and
i world and Countries In which production Ia being itlmulated era,., together with expanding predue. extensive nllli* | b* f't It Was
::1r grape- by tile steadily growing world de ties tn Palatine, I. cenaulered to .I.! ..* Jnrroadag i* In
according to the Bare little for tolume exports ef Amr tat.0t4 by the larger number of spring and l'
and grapefrelt 1 according prospect .
*. of Agricultural Eeosontics.Otlstasdlat- to aBu; a of Agricultural Economics: lean orange to Europe' during the winter 1 fall flower *he.* heJ(, each' pear uncles the
United State Department of Agriculture, and early spring" Clubs, Garden .
&. ia the world eltru-
rVvdactUn ig'i3to Commerce and other
gait situation In- following a world surrey of the altvatlon.OuUtandlng Oraog
are Production of in the United er
points in the world eitrv orange .
reeling production oforange fruit itvitton," the bare** iy, "are in-i State for the preaeat season (1n9-10) I* -- -
and grapefruit.With creating production At and grapefruit 1 estimated brthe bureau al 33,?)9000 be.. BANANAS' MORE POPULAR
recent new plantingsand with recent new plants and largesonbearing .* 84,130,000 boxes last .**. .r .f
large BoabeartBg.acreage acreage In a number ft eeun- .oa and an average for the yean Ittt-fl gaining ,0 '/'
.
in a number of Bananaa steadily in *
ef HJSMJOOO *. Of this year'* crop, are peplarlty
R G. Metro countries pointing M continued \t per cent .:ie: California and about t and Import are Increasing froM .
fatyre, expansion flower by air express but apparently per sent In Florida. About 11 per tent of year to year. This year there ha been I
and tn upward trend in anaumptiae M there I* very little they ran do about It. It the present total Halted' State orange sharp InoreaM In banana Import via
both orange, and grapefruit parikuimrlyTr.jMfn.lt. i* oxpected that this winter will *e* a big acreage it reported a* "ton.bearing." New York. During the Ant quarter at the
( I Ill the United Statm Increase in thlpmente of flower by airplane There hat been a large increase M the current year' l,71t,8JS bunch were Im 4
-'-- from Florida and Georgia. consumption of orange in northwestern via New York *. against ......"5
Production ef orange1 In the United 1 Europe in recent year Per capita concmptien Lunches<< last year. Far the moot part banana ,
State forth* present lesson ftttt-SO U It I in about tint; ; to atari; whitewashingand of citrus fruit in the United hu.Iae cheapest fruit -in the
estimated by the bureau at S33 ,000 boxes the Department of Agriculture has States 1. alto on the 1114:....... Per capita New York market. since the Brat ef th*
compared with 14,130,000 .Axes last good formufor weather-proof whitewash consumption figure* place Australia la the roar, j
eon and an average for the year 1923-27 for. wo on the exterior{ of building*, fence lead with toBMmptlo of approximately ----
.f 4JiS,000 boxes. Of this year' crop. and eltewher Her 'It Ut "Slake SS poundsor II pound of orange per person annually: or
70 per'cent I I. In California and about 18 OliO bushel of quick lime with 12 gallon\ : per capita ceniumptlon In Urn United Statea twoan different Continental European: J
per wnt 'a Florida About 1* per Cant of ef water dissolve\ S pound common .i* 23 po........ and In the United Kingdom countries can b* explained, says' the bu
the present total United, Stator orangeacreage bIO sell; and,I pound tulphate of tin laa : and Canada It pound reau, by Impart duties. Conmmptlon I to
t* reported a* oa.hearing. Then gallon of boiling water) pear the unit Consumption in Northwestern CTurope highest' In the Netherlands where orange
bas been a largejncreas in the consump Mlxtur: into the Urn mixture. and add I range from ,IS pound for Netherlands t* Import are free, and lowest In Sweden '
tins of oranges In northwestern Europe In gallon of skimmed Milk and mix thof.o S postulator Swede A large part *f the where. the tariff on orange I* the highestin
recent years. Consumption of ghly." variation in per capita consumption be-j I. Northwester JelllO,. }:
:
citrus fruit in the\United, State I* aba on L
the -... Per taplla oaaumption 11,. .
area place Australia ia the lead with a eon- .
gumption .f approximately 38 pound oforanges
per pennon. annually per capita
Consumption .In the United I* 23
Kingdom
pound and tn the United ; and

Canada.tl pounds

The Department's Yearbook of Agriculture
for 1IUO la now ready for distribution, I!
This volume follow the plan of tbo Yearbook
issued during the put three yean
and !has a large number ft brief article
tolling about recent development in agriultorv -
A epetfal feature of the book this f.
.year {* a series of graph hewing' change
in farm commodity prices' from 1910 tom
and ihowlng ale the relationship
that haw existed between th* supplies and
the price of bones feeding farm product
A* usual It contain a comprehensive torn
of statistics. Th List..
piUtion agricultural M'
war to gel a copy of this Yearbook ta U
write to your Senator *T Congressman.

Recent report front- Tennessee state that t
M bead ef registered Aberdeen-Anga
bull and two registered Hartford hv I
been Mid to Florida Cattleman. by Tnn**>
see breeder Th*** ball will be wd In
th* rang territory of Florid which .baa l*. A'r"

gently.that the two bees picture Tennessee mad I It contained tick-free.farmer In Another the recently Report bidet Your FACTORY e Our Farm and Grove \

bought three carloads of Florida eattt :
"which were the malt e( the first cross of .

Tenneeeee purebred ball with native *ow.. picture of tie A A.C FcrUnaff factory at e'octc-! r w
:A narked Improvement hi the quality of THIS
the** cattle was noted and report! state .., J'Ia..in Interest you becauet this plant U fVivre
that the Florid cattlemen received a. higher in tU rM that It is operated for your'-' "

price from them calreij than they had ever .rewired Here canrfuDy idorted |.....t.f-r materials! are gathered 'K,>t
for
feeder
together IrMa different! part of DM world and asacmUeil

Rubber plants, of a .pM..k. *o productive "1IIWkr the.at.cLlui eye of the Superintendent and the_ ,
that it ha been exploited almost to the fill control of the CbfaIaL

point of eitlurtioa in its Retire hem la Here the whol*'proora* of manufacture and delivery clBRADLErS .
Madagascar, are soar growing at the De
partment' experimental garden at Chapman "A.I QUALTTY Fertiliam b. gauged *.

Field, llltAr Miami, and have withstood<< that you gal have;inuanliat BCCOM to supply d frrtoW
the climate during the part winter with tea that exactly| nwiU tho roads of florida crop A.&. apparent damage. So far onlir a few pUnta Those who control the operations of this factory have Per t
: sl.wgs..a
hare bees eaUWinbed but this somber will -to .::
be Increased M rapidly! a* ....IbI.. Thn ant been content one ady to produce .a chemical analyst CIooMiotI 0.- br
rubber plant belong to the species"Cap: that wield"...by"the ebon They have.been thinking Marvel ue.em of w w" f

horbla United ,State ntlt,. and were than brwjht to '-Hi byDr *lutt, with you .in farm of tertaisers aside to A cheek full ::.'M,' :=::-.:: t,

OuubM F. more Swingle, botanist at roar oX ago the U. share !- growing'.. ; mopes that ylcM real pt'OIIt4'n.: :wt C. read. ,

8. Department of Agriculture, who meat -ear NerYap w eaow4 t
several month en a plant exploration trip Our Farm and C,.*w a Mss'!; t= ea
in a s.a+
MIIda..a"It
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Our farm owl grove is four fun and grove, nnoftbousoaii w 7we.ee w

research work new being eendueted by of other Florida farms awl ip_ It..Is mammoth| apotitioa _
the Department meet with success ft may
mean a new market for two important with acre and acre of truck<
Florida fan product, can singe. dhonr upon ,.......* of Citrus tiro*. W* arrjjiwt M much BV this purpose w* have allied with ourselves s group 01 oVu r*
< Effort are being. mad to MOiao tenatod ia this farm aad M though w* ourselves, ,
grow with whom w. ar* proud U be aAwvialed TW i.* a.weed
ouch of the** product for the manufactureof .
ft and shaved with for its ,
opmatlon
plan
)'OllaDl.Iao. BRADLEY oValer MOT .
candy. Forty million gallon of can fOlIo ;. 'on
trap to produced i In this eotuttrT every W, want Out farm tad Crew to b* tuccWut that 3
yew and moot ef ft I* made ta the Sovth.Th 'there CM U the f D... aatlsfaction to the fed owners- ,

only ace for this atop at present, to aatiafartiuo not oi*in toroaa of daflar*and oonta,but aba
for tk* table. Uoney prodactio* in the fa Urn of fa the that aunt for BRADLEY'SWA
United State fot 1KJ fa nauseated at i* > living. baring Uunf cum- .
9WJK9 peuwta, Valued at *23, 00M>0. If fort and pleasure.r .
be ._ wiles, ttcb t grove, Uk W ProU..M to U MtIn A .
bossyado increased
mac QOAUTV FERTILIZERS
the remit .* todomaod ..MJB g Wto, ov *W. la the wottar of our
and better
price Leers snd grass Carr part Is. e. gather send law" Me had es?....,eidg yplaatlonet

Tb wee of airplane* far matar *o th. .......1II'OIIrdiIac.: .ecwate iaowMftcl mart1tlBA1CItDfIC.U./ "
.*. grown chryaaiitBironnM and other oat crop seeds Tbef this 4nt-fooJ *fvlf wMnt U mad
flower tack to Meter mtrket tube en..uHIC.Uf ..te.s.. .ra..e Drs...... l
the pact tall and winter Ml M hMorwtteg
sew development Is traatipmrUtUB of agrf .. .
cultural IOd.... Oromtioa opcnrtori-
Imbed; MM the Wg allies am Mported
to ,k IttWrb oiK ined rtfA ahtpttente of'

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I, HIGH-PRICES ON CITRUS RESULT FRM SCARCI. l



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ate, shipments have bee about three- ml lily spoil the holding *f nng**, gnpo- extracting and frs.dng. M the quality e(
.Prices Unusual In fourths M heavy. Most of the toad an ofthe trait and tangerines. orange. juice.
opinion that onago price will remainbig t. Th* effect of various types of wrap. ",. Th* effect of vsrioss type* of coa.
until the new crop eomes next soasoa.Orang pen and surface treatments oa the holding tamers oa the holding quality ef frtsen
View Of Poor GradeIn ** art one of the few fruits that anla quality sf citrus fruits at various temperatares. {range Juice. '
1toId and for which something lrlt ,Studl on the freezing of gnpM-J
else tan root b* substituted. Consequently, -4. Th length of time necessary to chill and orange pulp to determine I toe ./.'J
Some ShipmentsApril they sell high regardless of what citrus fruit in pn-eooling under various feet of various methods of handling enr 1
the competitive fruit condition of temp nature, wrappers, boxing the keeping, ?ualitl... and aloe the solubility .
Th exact storage holding are difficult etc. of various types of containers. .
PrJc Co Two Or Three t* ascertain but ntly they ran between 7'5. Factor Influencing pitting of grapefruit '
** 1,200 and ISM: at the end of under cold storag condition Th* egret 1* a Florida wading bird ,r\I..
Dollar Higher Thaw For the third week In April I. addition then ".. The effect .f various method of *d for Its plumage.
Year PrecedingBy wen still 400 or 100 can en track or still
roiling to market. At least two-thirds ar! S
COLONEL L. BROWN the holdings were grapefruit. Compare
Th long expected ,shortage of Florid with last season'! shipment after this ,
dato thla is small of
a relatively amount
Citrus fruit became a reality during April fruit.
and anything of even reasonably fair qualIty .
Both receivers and cold storage wanhouse
was taken eagerly by buyers. Prim advanced -
men have leaned better bow to
steadily and by the middle ot April,
handle citrus fruits la storage and so far
Oranges avenged |1.10 per box hlghir this season then ha been less trouble with
than a month ago and deterioration in stong. A lumber of canhave
grapefruit wen fl high- been placed In storage sine the first
er. Compared with the of March and then gradually withdrawn Th eldest fertiliser company la Florid t
time last ,
Mm ranges were selling year II and fresh fruit substitute 8* far the results the aewest mark for the highest quality IJust
from thla practice have been uniformly -
her and
flr:2" box grape. good and it la likely that losses from
pr higher.the fruit going bad la storage will ba small
much the
prices were
thisStation_IOD. 1 v
Mm at during tho short
crop season ot 128-19.>>

| Grapefruit receipt began Will Conduct f say
r to drop off sharply"
latter the flnt of April M 6
C. L.DnI,... and had It not been 'for Research Into The
MM heavy Import from "
Porto. Rico and Cuba they would undoubtedly NM 00AAn
bar told much higher Porto Rico Freezing Of Fruits to:

wu very active during the first three ANT, 'Aa
week of April and shipped 142 can ofgrapefruit
to Now York while Cuba con Refrigeration studies, badly needed art
tributed 16 can more. This addition to the So be undertaken In the near future by the

supply advancing WM a.n:rapidly, ai"oranges grapefrnltfrom did. Board Florida*f Experiment Control, at Its Station.April meeting The State, ap. old friend under a now mark of identity. For. long before

Sine the middle of March, grapefruit proved plan I for the erection of a series of t the "frees of '9i", the E. O. Painter Fertilizer Company
price have averaged ck>*o to $UI per box refrigeration rooms en the grounds of the
at New York and IS for the t auction !aiarheU Experiment Station at 01.:>>..111., to cost originated the widely famed "Cam" and 'Simon Puri'brands.
combined. The small lUe have consistently around llv.OOO. And now that same dependable quality is markedso -
held the lead and 101. bar been Flans for the rooms were draws by D. "
can't miss it the bag E. O. P.
on -
the first choice throughout" the entire seaon. A. F. Camp, horticulturist of the Experiment you
There U possibility' that grapefruit Station, In consultation with refrigeration
expert. Dr. Camp has. tho following
will much higher especially on the belt
packs go ai Fort Rico shipment are beginning t* say about the Importance of the work Get yours now- get it on the soil in a hurry-eo you can
to decrease again and there I* not and some fo the lines t* be intlgstdi get results! These early rains have drained tho found of

enough grapefruit In sight to go around "I work do of not greater boilers importance that then In ia the any stats Ilaeof. plant food; it la starved for nourishment, and you MUST feed "

for the next two monthi.Al at present With the citrus crops becoming it liberally to gel quality fruit and vegetable for early ship
a matter of fact the price are quit steadily larger, the necessity for exMinding merit.
remarkable in view of the quality of the th present shipping fromseven
fruit. Beallsua that the season would end t. :or II months la orthat:
on April 16 and that the market was high. importance and can be accomplished only "
Remember that "E. O. P. fertilizer have fitted Florid need I
.
Florida; shippers forwarded everythingthat through the refrigeration of fruit the fretsng
they had. Th result has been that a of Juices and pulp and the canning ofgrapefruit for 40 ;years. You can't find better anywhere because these, ".
majority ft the fruit offered recently has pulp under the present condl- formula were mad wholly for our fruits, vegetable and
e been extremely poor in quality, being green Jon*. Th information available en the differing soils. Ask your dealer, or writ direct for "E. O. P.
and hard \a many Instances and In other refrigeration of citrus Is scanty work and for today and apply it. You'll profit by quick action, and how
1 Inaccurate. The
,
I Instance showing mere or less Under he most part on '
ordinary circumstances It would not 'roten juice.snd pulps has been only he- you will delight in the result

I pay to ship thla green fruit at all as the run, but thousands ef dollars have already
of it, Is unappetising. Mon lost In the stateby commercial companies
) However very appeannc, shipper eau tcancly b* blamed U in their attempts to develop this .. Send for price list and ak any question

for sending' It to market when then la an Soma of the following problem* might you wish about fertilizer for surer crop
active demand for It. Decay has been more
be mentioned *s typical of thos* now fore-
troublesome la stored grapefruit than la Inc the horticultural Industries of Florida
stored oranges, and dealers have bad to along the lines of refrigeration E. O. PAINTER FERTILIZER CO.
handle them carefully In order to avoid Preening point ef -
holding them too long In storage.Some rrk and other citrus frultsi utilizing various Jacksonville. Florida
I ot holdbeat mark of grapefruit specie and varieties and determining
i hive bees In storage for thor accurately throughout the Established. 1891
later market and should bring high prices season, and their relation to weather and
after the poor stork la all cleared. la fact, other conditions.
occasional lines of fancy grapefruit have "8. The effect of temperature and hu-'

sold as high ts |10 per box already.
I la contrast with a year ago then have
r keen practically no Florida tangerines ont -
the mark for a month *r mores Had they
been available they would, undoubtedly .
hav brought very high prices,ull'O the
tangerine season terminated .
earlier that last year.
The demand for orange has been exceedingly
active because of the relatively

light supplies from California together TM met et a
with, light supplies from Florida. While a F. tied re.+..wn
; few Porto Rican Oranges wen imported
i during April the supply began toI drop off
sharply and only 43 can wen imported
during the flnt three week of the month.
w As with grapefruit then was much poor -
J quality stock which\ was green, hard, thick
skinned and badly ......tod. Apparentlyless Quick Change Device 4'
attention was gives to the pack and All Steel Construction
the fruit in many fastanees presentedinsist a Doubt or Single Sixer

box**.,Nevertheless, with upon all the openingth Inferior Ball Bearing Sixinf Roller

J fruit that wu offend till market averaged .
around $T per box during April and
some fancy lines exceeded '11. SI_, the SkinnerParkerBaliBearing
middle' of March price hav advanced fully
|1JO a box and an row a* high u they Sizer
wen two jean ago at this Mm whelk then
was also a scarcity *f oran....
to oU that with all the F
It Is Interesting Recent improvements made hi till Skinner-Parker have mad it machine
\ Irregularity ta quality Florida orange Slier a very smooth running easy to
have been tolltag for hoe to Il pre box aaadle.. remarkably accurate to alstng all hods of citrus fruit. Change la th* setting ., the slxing,roller
hrher than California Navels. Th* difficulty to get the desired bulge la the pack have been mad very staple and easily accessible and when ones set for any I
with California Navel hat been .aa .a* variety are aol affected by change la the setting for other varieties. Siting rollers are new tabular toot and

of largo atoee aad a shortage turn la annular ball Mario,*. Friction and wear art greatly reduced and more accurate! sizing remit The motor
smalL aadCalifornia
:" Florida
both
"' As small a result dam hav sold mh drive abuse I* BOW quipped with, a silent Dayton. cog belt drive. This cuts out one set of high speed tear,

higher than the lacp+. Most of the too the giving smoother quieter operation. Hade ia stogie and doable ...... TIle picture shows Us amgte alien

ZfiO sis has broecht the highest price of
"' say FLORIDA CITRUS MACHINERY COMPANY
1 desare mot a mat many orang mI -
stoTraagreeand probably* a great many Oa B.CIUa *rrrtldat DlrMea Food Mscaurary Corp Dnwela Florida
\; Sack at dill W'I'\dIIc. BMpaseat of orange I
canoe the ant of Aprtt have We Only emGlitter*.
\\ third a.. heavy a* last year *hlle




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Little Hope I. Held service sad perfected menhaadislar methods poselblt .. It.b Now OVM mere """ It "
Side Dressing Cora I which brought far wider diatribntloat I* not evor-produetlea which should worry' fJ

For Quarantine Lifting Florida fruit This development of byproduct Florida growers but rather the' development ,.
merchandising' bring to the Industry of marketing machinery under such ;
And Cotton Proves I --r- prospect of an added factor for stsbUlutlon control aa readily and easily can dUpee of
(Continued from Page 1) sad a certain market for fruit usually thin production'

Profitable Practice opinion be very Injudicious It la far better sold at a 'loss.Iseretoed. .
to wait until we !get Into some real warm Fleas Permitted
weather and find out If possibl whether "Canaen believe that a program of wide-
the fly I* atlll here and whether the infestation spread, consistent advertlamg oa the canned fY ,
BT J. D. WARNER, are going to develop Into dangerous' product inch as i* made possible by this

Assistant Agronomist. Experiment BtetlonWltk proportions." means, will permit greatly: Increased packson
The possibility of the lifting I of the fruit the part of participating canners
the advent of till boll weevil and '
The
greater use 01 by-product ha long
*
fly quarantine ia a subject that ie uppermost -
In view. of many other factors Influencing
been aa objective. It make the
possible
In the minds of agricultural and business
the yield/of cotton. It baa .boon found advisable removal ef lower. grades, permitting the
,
leaden throughout the tote. Both
for growers to give special attention -
:
car ending of fresh fruit with desirable
the' Department ef Agriculture and the
t, these practice that India rapid glass
and grades exclusively. naturalnault
growth and fruiting early IB the lift of the Federal bJ'Fruit Fly individual Board have and been ergaaiu.time importuned i* that the gross ;wtr'per box

cotton plant Then are perhaps but few with many this and In /lew. from a car loaded in house which have aaMtelde
cotton growing area when rapid growth have retched or by-product outlet for their low. Cetus ifAdo"
The entire matter seemi to
and early lesion fruiting li ai Important as er I* muck higher than wherethese
Inasmuch there i elrailing
an impasse a* no way rad..1I
In the state .f Florida.
she quarantine until the department must b* loaded and sold as
The' frequent rains atttt. July andAugust la MtTsfied that the fly ia extinct. And fresh fruit and In competition with the
malt the boll weevil higher grade of fresh fruit The problemhas
there ia of learning that because i
no way ....... bons se pl.ae
more difficult Md in I bee to devise which e0
some arrangement
Therefore = there" are no official Inspection: Ming
will .
TM thoroughly cave whoM
excesulv ,
vegetative growth make possible a profit to the
growers oa
made, and In turn then can be no efficient
practice that tend to Induce rapid fruiting tho sale. these p it 1e+ tore a* the Atkmeo, f
ef lowerrades for b
until la pro
Inspection the Department provided 811__. M...... felted /n
and early maturity U to b* regardedwith with the Mceiaary funds. It I* a duets sees."This .. quiet eleaaa ie.wltfci.....I alien.Sale j
favor. In order to Induce early fruiting w* believe hat been accomplished. ,
cycle of circumstance from which there MX .......* tnimi. aaahiwith ,
there mast be a period of rapid growth appears to be ae relief until congress make in the completion of the cooperative plan efadvertising bath 8eve* afcln*
which provide a largo frame which the canned product. I believe z-.u
upon
I some sort of aa appropriation.Citrus seen f nmlioi, ** ;
many bloom may be borne when fruiting fruits, avocados, banana and persimmons that w* an safe in saying"tII\ not only: free from treme ..... t* .T *
begins. left on tree at the beginning ef will Exchange growers r and which euay .........* pea pie.
Tfc* Nitrogen SupplyAn the host-fre period April IS, because they higher price for cannery fruit but bv removing declare I* oajeojiiakd, yea the
abundant readily available I were too green to be susceptible to the the lower grades from sale a* fresh rotee are ai 1 low as ,J..10. N. t'
nitrogen I Is mot effective In promoting ; Mediterranean fruit fly must b* removedaches fruit they will Increase their return on the todkxM Waiting foe roaoa. artuaeed .
vigorous growth. To Insure a supply I of this I ripe and disposed of the federal fruit remaining fr ah fruit very materially. Such ta 4 ocfo park, with three
element: when it ii most needed It ha* been fly beard announced today development of the by-product field offsets Pawing giiiae bad endowed play
found advisable, In view, of uncertain I' "Msposleg Of Fruit the menace of overproduction. The adver aronod foe cklldrHb Chi
weather condition to withhold part of,the The board laid the fruit could be disposed timing will increase the sale ef canned breakliael of Bttnaoeo ejvalleraad
I asrvke 75 le.ck...
and It Hew
grapefruit will
also Increase the
nitrogen in the fertiliser! at planting and la any of the following trsysj
.. ,..25. cllaa.e $1.00.BILTMORE .
placed immediately of fresh fruit. The sale ef grapefruit
make an additional aid application. Thi First, destroyed er
:i cold atorage.Second IS month in the the canned product RATE
application should be mad within .the
lint two week after chopping. That the I.f consumed locally within five day supplementing the fresh during the off see- If-gig Double
son of the latter will Inevitably dispose ofa
gotten plant mail the neat efficient U1I- picking. $4gs.$6 46.4s.$10
motion of nitrogen applied at this time li Third shipped under permit within two larger volume. 30 ROOM at $J.5O
"No knows the limits
born after picking or from cold atone one today of citrus
eat by the malt of
perimente throughout: the southern numerous lUte ex- to any destination authorized in the quarantine ue..I.'n.: aatnteined' that la the TK ATLANTA BILTMORE \
peat such Is
1 These teat hare also shown thai phosphorous regulations. program as ,A. Address */ reefs
Permit for such shipment, the board
and potash need not be included in
i stated, are to bo Issued la accordance with
the side-dressing bat I* best applied In the
the condition a* those prescribedfor
same
drill before planting. Only :quick readily movement of fruit at other time. ef
available source of nitrogen have proven

.f mach benefit M side-dressing. Thereare I the year.During. the 'oot-t,.. period far fruits, The Season Ahead and
a number *f these, which have merit,
'from April II t* September 1, all SOW
on the market among which might be mentioned films hosts other than avocado, bananas,
Calcium nitrate-Cal-nitro-Calurea grape -and persimmon are required to be BROGDEXComparative
Arcadia* nitrate of soda.Chilean: nitrate before reaching inch a stage of
of soda ttlpbat yet ammonia and maturity that they an subject to Infeststioe .
then. The most widely distributed and .

commonly need, however ar* sulphate ef Rest Free Period ,
ammonia and nitrate ef soda. These material i The host-free period on grape begins prices in (ho. various terminal markets

applied at the rate of 75 to 159 July li, and oa boat vegetable oa July 1, the .
pound. per acr* bar given profitable Increase la each case extending to September 1. covering entire seasyn just closed show that BrogU

In yield. : Kovised administrative Instruction covering treated fruit brought above tho market
right
Correct Tim to Apply the disposition of ripening frulta recommended average
A good] tint to apply aide-dressing I* after by the federal fruit fly board, wen along. In the. New York auction buyer paid an average
the cotton ha been chopped and plowd approved by the department.of agriculture
the first time. The material may be la Washington several according of J7e a boa more for Broadened oranges in Novemberthan

Mattered by band or distributors the furrow to Dr. W. C. O'Kane, ehalml.i the 1 board they did for tho untreated
close to the plants. Thla followed by a They apply to citrus fruit ta all part of the fruit t In December the

second cultivation will leave the crop 1.toed state and to avocado, bananas grapes, premium was 65e a "'January 53c a boat February
,
condition. persimmon and boot vegetables throughout
The Agronomy Department of the Florida the eradication area. 2le a boil March 25e a box-an average of 40c a boa

Experiment Station baa under way for the entire acaaon.Brogdrx .
several cotton fertilizer experiment In
Northwest Florida In which aide-dressing Exchange Complete Deal

tests are Included.. Within a few years these On Cannery Grade FruitContinued chipper selling I* private trade state that their
should give valuable information concern-
lag the fertilization ef cotton under FloridaSleVDreaalag average premium above the market was even more Impressive -
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-- -- Corn some Plan On Orange than those shown in the auction reports.
While this particular program 'I* limitedto
According to the 1.25 census about 14 grapefruit, Mr. Commander state that These bettor prices can bo explained in no other way
rent of all the cultivated land In Florida is another being developed for *
there
r.r planted to corn. This fact alone wouldmate which gives very prospect ef success ranges This than that Brogdex help the fruit keep better and make

the fertilisation of corn a matter de- also will relieve the orange box it look batter. that' f
program No claim i I. mad the Inside of the
serving of mere aonaideraUon than I* given
.t market of lower grade at the same
it by meet farmers. Too often the yean Urn providing a fair and profitable return fruit !i* improved but it sure docs doll up the outside
supply of fertiliser i* purchased: without to those grade
the proper appreciation of the requirement* .g'I; program aa expressed In and that. i Ie where it count moot.Contract .

of the various trope to be fertilized, Thliie the contract stipulates that the exchange
not an eeeoomlo practice for all crop will advertise the canned product of the
far
do not require plant food la the tame canneries oa a national scale each year. a* signed and definite promises mad India I

proportions. This advertialng will include the brand cats that more than! 6 million boxes. will be Broadened
Con la a succulent rapid-growing plant aamoa of the product of the participating
and it is therefore to b* expected that it ean_.. It.. also. planned to build into the coming .._... The common benefit which Broaden -
will be beaafitted greatly by application of this advertising copy the names of the exchange -
readily available nitrogenous fertilisers.Th brands so bat exchange growers bring I* all partied concerned .ha. been publicly ad.

result of numerous experiments may get the cumulative value of year round milted In the. during the few weeks
press by
throughout the southern state embracing advertising oa Its fresh fruit brand names. past some
a largo amber of toil type clearly show Ten cents a box of the contract figure en of the. largest citrus ialerests.
that oa meat soils nitrogen b the limiting cannery fruit will be spent by the exchange
factor ia eon production.. Phosphorus and for this 'l'C.r. Commander said.'
potash have had but little iaflaeae oa ArrangedAction The growing market preference for Brogdexed fruit hoe \
i yield' especially where corn baa followed en this contract already has been
ether crop* that received liberal! application taken by the exchange, which baa placed I impreeeed our shippers with the importance of delivering f

ef these two fertilizer ingredient a contract for advertising the products of frail that! will keep better and look better A few yeanago j
the who orb partici "
censers '
Nitrogen 1'. Be Readily Available
Tb nitrogen for aide-dressing should be Tbs advertising will ':1a July, August' this did not make so much difference but now the .,
derived and September lane of leading _III.. *
, front readily available pones a* market i I. well informed
and of the
me 1rsines."We pretty some large
the Corn plant I* rapid growing and there
consider that this
for* make meet efficient utilization of the make possible goo of the most BOW outstanding program house are predicting, that It won't be long! now until
soluble materials. Suck carriers ef
readily
nitrogen a* calcium nitrate, sulphate of citrus development industry in the history' the Organization of the Florida of every box of Florida fruit i i. Brogdexed. "* .J

ammonia or nitrate of soda have given exeellent the exchange I-r-declared. Mr. Commander -

", .Ito. From 100 to 150 Ib*. per '. "The organization of the exchange Where volume justifies we furnish install and maintainthe
acre ef these material have usually given brought higher standards of grade

a largo Increase ia yield. The side application and pack. It provided advertialng, dealer. machinery necessary to properly Brogdex: your fruit
should be mad when the eon ia
about forty days. eld. At this time the root furnish. borax and wax. .label and stamps for odverti

of the plant have extended Into a large da Experiment Station bo under way experiment the fruit has been
that
part ef the surface soil and ar* thereforein the ing Brogdexed, all without coot to iyou.
designed to determine response -
a position to recover and utilize an f to various fertiliser Increments When begin packing then service
'" cora you you pay we a
abundant supply of Late applications
of the
have : increase and of sido-dneaing on messy charge of 6c boa for all fruit
not given a large aa soil of the state. a Biogdcxsd.
representative type
la yield ai applications made when the eon
ia about knee high or forty day old. '
Tb material may b* scattered by hand Orange Jake is and of the most popular Without obligation may we discuss the matter with you)

la the furrow to the side of the plant summer drinks ,In the Northern states
' Car should bo taken to avoid letting the Then are several Mew York companiesthat .
aUle-dreeaing fad on tile plant a* this produce bare a hundred or more soft drink FLORIDA BROGDEX DISTRIBUTORS Inc.
a* iajurieu effect commonly known stands which dispose of orange juice prim'
M burning. la order to Incorporate the cipally. It weald seem that then might b* .. c. 1I11l'f1fU. nuoDacr DTOEDIN. FLORIDA

fertilizer with die IOn and molatan after a market for losses had grapefruit if properly TM la oa WFLA Cwarwator Header sights at lie for ear Bregdex PrograM
the material .baa been scattered It I* ad- handled. Six hundred new" orange
Vlssblo to saturate Immediately. juice stands are to open to Mew York this r
The Agronomy Department .f the Fieri' summer, it I* estimated .






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PACE SIX FLORIDA FARM AND GROVE SECTION




1TRUCK\ CROP SHIPMENTS LIGHT:- PRICES HIGffs



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parently wilt not accept old a* a substi Like Okeechobee.ortgtnally: was II feet

Rainy Weather And tot At any rat the price of Imported Fertilizer Adds To feet above lower.sea level but'\ the surface. new li five

i cabbage declined much faster than for new ';

Coolness In Most Of Much of the Imported stock arrived IB poor Income Of Farmers .

shape and late cargo Caused heavy losses

States Hurt Crops : to This Importers ha been, according a good string to report bean seasonso "If all the fertiliser-7,600,000 ton .f it Bugs or Blight

of the United
-used annually by farmer
far a* price are concerned but much ot
-- the stock showed the effect of unfavorable State were sold in beg it would take THE PEERLESS '
Prices Kept High By Scarcity weather and old far below the price offirst nearly a hundred million of them," say Dr.

I* Spit Of Heavy Import close offering Price during April Oswsld Srhrelner, chief of the Division of WILL DUST THEMy
From West Indie ranged from 13 t* $6 per basket dependingon Soil Fertility of the Bureau of Chemistry
what they were. and Solo U. S. Department of Agriculture ..
B* COLONEL L. BRowN Lima beans maintained their reputation "The me of chemical fertiliser.," he say,
Price for Florid truck have totes a* on. o fth* vegetable that sell high "1* ono of the. beat mean of Increasing
crops during the spring months. With the Cuban productivity! and improving soil fertility.: It, II
fairly food during the put month even II season ended and Georgia, not ready te Ia conservatively) estimated that for every
yield have been a disappointment la many hip yet there were practically no applies dollar Invested IIq.fertilizer the average renni -I
lection. Crop la practically) all sections: : i
available I except limited offering from : about three dollars TH* reason that
t tt Florida and In most other taut n florid and these naturally brought high farmer are 'buying-w'26ij' million dollars .
i well hive either been delayed or severely irlces. This vegetable enjoy a steady worth of fertilizer a year I I. that the belt
i Injured by cool rainy weather and the hough limited demand and any scarcity of farmers of the country khow that It pays Write for Circular
supplies moving U market hare been relatively supplies j I* quickly reflected I In. a rue :In them to me fertilisers.
light Had It not been for heavy price even though string beans and Summing up the relation of fertilixatloio and let tell
I Import market would have been rather peal might be obtainable at much lower farming under present economic conditions n* you

scantily (applied.Ton pVices. They have been selling la New Doctor Schrelner says: "With the how And why.
ban not keen an Important competitor fork recently for $6 to $8.60 per bushel. present high cost of labors increased acreage
for the put month except with The late season held back cucumber supplies i* not so advisable as increased production MENTION THIS PAPER
string bean and Louisiana boa shippedmuch I and the limited number of car roll- per acre. Under present cost of
less than usual. Other states did not log t* market were not enough to cause production! the proper use of fertilizer offers -
get started with the exception of South much reduction in price. Good cucumbers one of the beet way for the American Peerless D'uatGun Co.
Carolina which began to ship some cab- old mostly $a to 18 per basket not only farmer to increase hi* firm Income. An

bat and lettuce. The excellent results that In New York but in many of the other acre .0' underfed plants, struggling for 5100 ST. CLAIR AVE.
Texas have had with trine beans ,
growers Northern market during ApriL growth and reproduction, mean not more
...y encourage them to plant more heavily Although there bat been at least a normal than an average yield of CLEVELAND, OHIO
another ....OD. This I* the first year that movement of celery from Florida ropa'b r.Iriln: price of which I is absorbedto
Texas string bean have been really Important hf been maintained at fairly good > meet the coat of interest, taxes, cultural
In the New York market Whether levels, Good washed and preeooled stock' operations, and seed. If there ', any
they can compete at lower have: level remains was mostly 13 to 13,75 per crate. Inferior profit tt must com from a 1rtr" yield
to be seen at they a higher and green stock old much lower. green: Therefore it I* better-to produce! a high and
freightrate and 0* the average Texas celery seldom bring more than i profitable yield on less acreage than an
string be.nl. will\ not ell aa high aiilortdis. wo-thlrds as much a* well blanched yet average yield on the full acreage. This I* STOKES fflTO SERVICES
many shippers continue to lend It in. At 'I true of all crop." / \
With the exception of celery which hal he present time Florida has practically a Doctor Schrelner says that Intelligent "UEMY Wy vwuwct

Moved' I* larger supply than last year from monopoly on the celery market as B.rmudaImporta application of lime and complete fertilizers .
the;itrrI.: ( PIFforJrk; Florida have not started to arrive in any make It easy t* double or triple yield of
crop ha* California has had less I
quantity and
>asture grasses and-a point which is more
been (hipped In mailer volume for the put celery for spring shipment thin usuiL 1 Important but i* Often overlooked by dairy Play Safe! ;
few week during the lam period last Ordinarily a few car of California celery'
hi..III ; armera-to Increase by thin means, the
aeison T I Itself has been an importantfactor arrive In New York week during the
every protein lime, and phosphorus content of theru.et.
In maintaining price spring bat there have been only scattering Such forage often improve the ORDER NOW
The market baa been highly fav-
potato this spring. From Indication
present
cars health of the stock and Insure against e
enable to florid grower and price for he cilery season should, finish i strong. mineral deficiency' disease and nutritional
No 1 Spauldlng Roe have beea mostly 17
The old trouble of poor condition and abortion. STOKESVEGETABLE
and 9 per barrel In Northern market to quality have held down tomato price and Doctor Schreiner warn farmer that
data thi* eon. The relatively light supply relatively little Florid stock has old at hey must not expect: fertilizer to work
of old potatoes plus the cool rainy more than $3 to $3.50 per crate recently. magic or to nuke in for shortcoming of
weather which ha held back shipment lad v.gather apparently had a greater effect soils wed kndefficient
,
crops, poor spraying ;
District has tended to SEEDS"FOR
from the Hastings :
'n the quality of tomatoes than of poorly plowed and cultivated land poor
keep the market it high level Shipment most ether commodities.! Mexican import drainage acid soil or lor. low supply of ..
M far bay* been only two-third a* heavy have also' been heavier this season than lUraus.'Us.
a* last year. Texas Is shipping new potatoes ever before and bar been a factor in all "' manure to Improve your soil. Grow .
steadily but on account of freight
of the Important market when not table
manure can get
green you
rate will probably not be a factor in At- Pepper haw been selling rather low In manure. Then you will have better returns FALL PLANTING
lantic seaboard markets. It stems unlikelythat New York for the past low week but In from your fertiliser he advises" farmers
any other Southern section will com of the other market they have -
some and point out that there i* a specific
on fast enough to cut heavily Into the might slightly higher prices. Interior quantity of fertilizer which yield the fR a CSIOKES100. a I
Florida deal
markets the whole have been more
on maximum
profit la any given ease and the
This ha been an exceptional cabbage favrble than Atlantic Coast markets. amount varies greatly with different SANFORD. FLORIDA
year almost to the very end of the Florida Price have ranged mostly 1260: to $4.110 different soil, and In greater, by cropsand far 1 woo
... During the first half of April the
.on. crate for Fancy which I I. relatively low '
per for high-priced crop than for lowpricedrops.
of Florida stock remained around $3
price I .* compared with the light shipments and .
to S3.0 per hamper but after that the heavy the price of other vegetable
movement from South Carolina reused a 1 Some 'th. miscellaneous vegetable
decline In price. Import of 708 can in such as squash and escarole have been NITROGEN SIDE DRESSING FOR The New Improved

throe weeks undoubtedly had some effect I selling i well. Squash were selling at $.M>0o CORN CENTAUR 610Is
but people who want new cabbage ap- .
: M per bushel aa this was being written.
I However, the difficulty with this vegetable Sid dressing cotton and with a RealOnePlow
II that it can be overdone 10 ...11,. Givena quickly available nitrogen corn fertilizer,some like Tractor

Truck Grower all Escarole little oversupply when of the good market quality won ha slumps.acid nitrate of soda, sulphate .f ammonia, or
calcium nitrite, will in
: over Florida quit, readily and brought profitable price. Florida, according to prove j. P. Warner profitable, assistant
(j) know the extra A few shipment of green brocccoll arrived agronomist with the Florida Experiment -
from Florida and some of these
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profits to be made Station.In .
Ordinarily the -
bought high prices. supplies
only a few case* ha corn mad
by using NACO anyappreciable
from ether sections are heavy enough ::
,MAT" CO.mess Brand Fertilizer t. make it difficulty for Florida t* com response te :potassium or phosphorous "
.. he stated. ut on a* aside ,. .
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their
its under er ">ti pete. immediately the > -
dressing goes plant
OF G40it"trtsublAN Weather has been decidedly unfavorable
for those better with the loss of little He
euA,0 the very by leaching.
strawberries this spring and after
fertilizers contain liberal Quanta t.Plant City aectlon beganto wane, not arent adviser putting about 100 pound per acre Makes the Small
s ties of Genuine Peruvian Guano, many fancy berries arrived. Berries when corn was around 40 day old and Form a Power Form

Nature* Finest Fertilizer. from the Lawtey section on the. whole were cautioned that It be put near but not 6 bone see ha
They know that better results are poor. Louisiana strawberries although thrown on the tender corn. shod else a. ----ew.
also. The use of a top dressing 01 cotton, he of Oe binned ThaiNebwCommit
usually of good quality were poor.
assured when a part of the Nitrogen ... II bee
Looking ahead to the watermelon dealt stated, will greatly aid in getting a supply lee .d .else
in their mixtures from boll weevil dam ma e.o.m to'Ie .bmrasb plow wbft
come of before the doe much
be
that the deal will
seems probable 64- .... IN C be"-beemtwat
this moet available of organic somewhat late. If this bring shipments age. Apply about TS to 15* pounds per acre .....-...--.--.
material for not only is the Into market after warm weather. starts it about two week after the cotton I* chopped boa" am son-Womy em 60 ;
Watermelon will he added.It New....-... awes -.Is Smund w
Nitrogen but the varied combinations will b* helpful. get more _-.. _w err r we sodew.b
of Phosphorous and Potash than the usual amount ft competition from .owl be yydn at son owl so104AA.e
antatoupe because all report indicate -a"mod--roso"
that this
made n.il.bl..to the seem likely slat*
are that the Imperial Valley has a record crop wDlatu-1 "for sea.ee how-won on owswr
:
ally enjoy the benefit of a
,,;. crop over a comparatively long good quality, and will start shipping ties f On ...n.6,
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grape company - -
period of time. .assuring continuous arly California deciduous fruit will also forty-five hundred acre of land suitablefor CINTAU: IIACTO COSrOIAIION

feeding regardless of weather be eariy-ind heavy However, the greatest their with ono acre M Mete HIM G_..... Ohio ,"
condition.. competition that watermelon pIt from planted. Vihc; ripen o'r than ,,--n.e.Wr as less., -
eooI r.....
thai will watermelon If Florida can keep ahead of those of' any other section of th* United
Decide now you use .... .._.
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these better fertilizer during he Georgia sections it will be. much State, and their bearing vineyard' return 1 ...................':0..__......_...._...
send for List No. more favorable deal thai If they both ship them from two hundred te out hundred ..__...-.:--_. ---.--....-...
1930 and Price at the lime tints.TARIFF and fifty dollar each year
23 which describe the NACO

Brand mixtures especially recommended ON FOREIGN TRUCK

; for Truck and used foe I TW ._ .
M| turn TIS.IM TW* MWe Goed sTRUCK
year by many of Florida'* rood The long awaited proteetiea for the Florida CENTAUR }
truck grower ie expected to he incorporated OWING
I tucceseful Truck Grower hi the impending tariff bill. If ViL/TRACTQR .

this bill become a law it I* expected that 1 GROVE WORK
NITRATElUIlilT vegetable grower la Cuba and the Isle of I GENERAL FARMING

Pines will materially lessen their serest{=., I U stove, aw**, *U... .IM_ DM ell *. vert .* .
t Despite the twenty per cent preferential erect We ton. TIM fescue coil .w OTMV* deW
rate which the" skipper enjoy, they will I Intro east aM Vet "wH ....: fee > >...'Ie'
Aid I encounter a duty .of ninety us cent a'': womb s u"ho% tv cwt tt --. red ee .*. .....
"..'". crate en tomato The rate proposed to I 11'_ ... II .

throe cent a pound en tomato, pepper,I GLEASON.BATLEY COMPANY : '
;MP1t' .a"lent, and eorambers.Jtuke O uses > :
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which doe net get a preferential I t O, MM sued vela Caw* M.OmlAKDO I
trackJACfiONYILLE. beiildiag M.... mere badly hit a* itsnorthern rLOROA

FLORIDA Hate ship a large quantity *ftrwck j I _. -- 4.r
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,Q tacnmmta for theme eotflta, and *l ....., 1 lag work than small tractors are nearly

;' Noted Author Is Light Crops Decrease a vide choice of ordinary band tool which iaiisrensable Whether wed la the family garden M to M

art seeded, I* exceptionally maT plots and produce tegetabtM for the market cep t*

'I Successful TruckerBY Shioments Into New for working' directly In the row. B.n.* date gardening equipment serves the garb
; find betide the conventional boo and till *nor a* one ef th* many labor and tine

.. several MW Idea In ...1,,. A five or six seeing feature of modern firming: Any
E. L ACKENKM York This QuarterBy further information on gardening may be
I
obtained by writing our Farm and Grove
I Beach, the well know, author and 77 Information Bureau, HUI....,. Hotel BuildIng .

I', traveler, It conducting aa Interesting experiment .1 COLONEL L. BROWNA I Tampa.

at his truth farm located, light citrus crop combined with unIfavorable
twelve miles from his beautiful horn at weather which reduced vegetable WATERMELON DUSTING 15

Sebrln,. yield malted in at WOO car ADVISED
Several years ago, Mr. Beach heard of I In shipments of :ro idil and vegetables I

the unusual lace .Jhat. a small truck! in thU New York City during the fret Watermelon anthracnoe and gummy

firmer in. th*.vleinit,-was baling with a'' quarter year Urn are causing more damage than
Th this
reduction In and grapefruit
orange II dual season due to favorable weather
celery crop. Upon investigation h* found shipments was moderate and mixed citrus condition. II. N. Walker, associate plant
the report t. be true and immediately shipments were practically the tarn aaJatt pathologist at the Watermelon Disease La.
fat about for similar muck land.' year, but there was a big reduction her, and a branch ot the
II* now wnt two hundred and fifty In the movement of tangerine. Only one I rl'I'7E': ::: Station, Mated.
acres of excellent land forty of which an, third aa many tangerine arrived during lie advised that melon grower woe a 20-
cleared and producing at ,reunt. This tract I the first quarter aa for the urn period. a ,10 supper lime dust *t a measure against
it ideally located, being high, and havinga year ago. The tangerine seams finished trouble and that this be put on at
trusts at one end. The stream has been fully a month earlier than lat year, I weekly or 10 day Interval a* soon a* the
Celery wa practically the only Important tooth weeder In place at the ho blade, a
4 dammed and irrigation It easily accomplished plant begin to ran. Care should be takento
by the closing of small sluice commodity to arrive In greater quantity rotary has which I* excellent In small keep a coverage at all time. especially
y.gates.. The land ii tiled. than year ago which due largely to plant, a telf-cleaning rake designed for on the stems and runner, he added.
At the opposite and of the field there the earlier ..a..... Celery reeelpta for the weeding lawn, and a two bladed hoe which
are Several cottages, which nay be occupied first three month this year averaged approximately cut on both the forward and back itroke Florida shipped more than I1I4M carload /-
by help or possible share cropper, 400 car a month. Mixed vegetable The Garden Tractor of fruit and vegetable during the
with the exception of one, which ii the shipments also showed torn Increasebut A ilgnlflcant development In commercial 1998.99 __.
home of a poultry farmer working with Practically all other were In lighter gardening *r truck farming i* the garden
Mr. Beach. sups nctor. These small machine will plow
The muck here differ from that of the Probably tha greatest decrease was in poll multiple row one section
Everglade and many other OMtkmi in thatit lettuce which was only 40 percent at heavy harrow and many other-.n implement
U not only high, flood free but la a a* a year ago. However string bran. Cabbage The[ smaller type are operated from ban AVOCADO GROVES
humus animated at over thirty feet in escarole '* aiKt strawberries' dies, the operator walking behind while' Proeoe M>wrt'I M.I, nHK.IX> ... *.IM,
depth, and would teem to be practically all decreased from IS to 40 percent, a* the the yarger the are arranged with a ;eat ou.wily IM l. a..uod.H>nMM(Allleet.r a ir lee.:,r. eMI treaty.n.
inexhaustible. With this toll the question table given below indicate. and steering wheel. paid MIS IW rMe Pet Pros( fur T year.
4 it not a* much what will grow, at what Florida held its petition a* the largest Advantage of garden tractor art that remt .1.511,, i' ibrid5 AkMw Thoua.d wliUhJltS" .f.
will grow beat shipper to New York for the winter month they will do each a Urge number of field 1 INK Httlmr. Sorority fraH lMvlli.b.u"> Tie If* I...". .
The main crop i* celery, and here the with a total of 11,923 carloads while California ,tatka, may be operated m crowded areas Beet PURRAVOCADO :
owner face a problem the market While was second with 4,530 carload A are easily, traniporUd and ore "triple PARK GROVES
} early stuff hat been hit object heretofore lighter citrus crop In California reduced receipt threat,* having power take-off and beltpower a. P. w.sae., 4.0...,
and baa been profitable he believe that from that state with 600 can at 1 a* well a* drawbar power. On poultry the section I t. better suited to a late spring compared with a year ago. Florida sup and truck farms. in thlrklv settled
crop, and that it will be possible to find approximately one-fourth of the total fresh sections near large cities and In_lanjucap-
a better market between the ordinary fruit and vegetable receipt for the flrrt,
Florida output and that of the North. quarter the total amounting to 19,477 car. \ :::::; :
zR Thera are also mull plot act out la load ..... ..... ..... ..... .. !
ufi young palm, Easter lilies, French artichoke Total carlot receipt Florida fruit and "
*, potatoes and gladiolus bulb The vegetable at New York fine quarter 1930
potato were planted merely a* a prep.ra.l'r and 1929. i
tory crop .,,4r,1II lie succeeded by celery. 1930 1929 .. ;

;' They were touched by frost and the subsequent Oanget _....-..___.........2.48S 8,795 Your
cutting. back, of court delayed Grapefruit _____..___.____1,235 1,593 1
1. their maturity materially.It Mixer citrus __.____..___u 753:'! 761 i
may b* that there are' large profit In Tangerine u_____._._..__ 177 460
r4. the gladiolu bulb, but sine* they have Bean _u...._____.._..___ 888 1,0611 TRUCK siiid TREES
"' not been gathered that w merely pecula Cabbage --......------...-. 747 988
tion. The rest of the small planting are Celery ..n___..__.__...._.1.111. 941
;t; k likewise experimental aifd if they turn out Lettuce ._________.._.u___ 295. 681 I
11 well they may occupy anor* mpac In the Escarole ..__...__.__.::....... (18: 401 liiivoINDIGESTION 1
additional land t* be cleared. The rich toil, Mixed Vegetable _._....._ 445 S2i I may :
,11-,:' ., needing little fertllltation ahould insure Pepper ...__..-___u.._. 207 363 I
.':/<, the success of track not susceptible to occasional Potato ____..._...--...___ 141 151
r' '" frost ., that his a late market Strawberries ___________.__ 409 614 ;
1, Mr. Beach baa been pioneering, In a sense. Tomatoes .._u___.._______ 113 .06 i
9 and the success or failure of his Total including miN ._.._9,922 11,90S .
". crop will be of Interact to nrlou'l
.
; ... throughout the State and to i.
'. In his section of Florida. :
ABOUT NOW, crop begin to slow up. \ ;
Modem JUST
Equipment
U they are hungry-or they've got ,

: : A Big Pineapple Crop For The GardenBY J indtgcition. Don't get enough food-or the food : :

I they do get docin't agree with them. .

I r" Expected In Cuba And T. J. CHARLLS- Make turcNif your crop this year. Feed them I I I

MinjT a farm woman ha remarked that the plant-food they digest quickly-good old :
': Porto Rico This YearBy the doetn't know how she and her family .
: could get along without their garden. Valued Chilean Nitrate of Soda. Root tuck it right up.

In dollar and cent, the average firmgarden Crops are Invigorated. Grow fatter. Yield It
WriterCuba produce from $50.00 o\ot vegetables greatly Increated. Chilean Nitrite 1* the world's ?=
A Staff
aad Porto Rite both have about for time the that family amount table, when, quantities figureeveral only natural, nitrate fertlllxer. Itt nitrogen goes .-

10 per cent cent larger pineapple crop canned for winter coneumptlon right to work. Crept mature earlier. Fruit ft
are
J' than lost year and the trait from bothlalanda' The garden, however, ht an additional juicier and of better shipping quality. Vegetable .
to large "
to
aiiee. : expected islands iJue'Y1a" week 01 worth without to any "houte-hold.liberal supply No of diet fresh I*vegetable complete are large, crisp firm, "."or,. Thousands of ;

two earlier than for the post two _11011'. *. Green a p*.*. string beans, lettuce, Florida farmers have used Chilean Nitrate for
The Porto Rican crop ia estimated ..tt radishes and a dOle or more other Vega. years. That's the way they make sure of bigger M
600,000 crate practically all ef which willcome t.blee. commonly grown In the family garden and earlier -and better quality.
1fork. crops
to New The height of the Porto are a source of food which cannot seen I
Rican season will probably be reached ia be produced in many rural communltiei.Wa The remarkable long-tint _nitrogen experiments I
about the middle ef his the advent of combined 1
have teen ) I
have Lake Alfred Experiment Station are
t Cuba I* reported to a crop of approximately harvesting, mechanical corn picking, and a at
> 00.000 crate Only a small multiplicity of former hand tasks reducedto worth seeing. It will pay you to visit the Station t tit
I part of the Cuban pines con to New York, mechanical operation which save labor,' you possibly can. "' I
however, a* moit of them go to interior time and money One tank which can be, ,...1
market While New York and Philadelphia but i* often not accomplished differently New Frrtlllcrr Hook MISER J
N.4 are willing to pay a premium for Porto I that ef
thai it was a century ago garden '
; Rican pineapple, Chicago and torn of th'lJ making The walking plow and the hoe New book, "How to Fertilize Year-Crops tells t
;"" other Inland market pay a premium; for "came Wett" tide by aide. '.but now have bow to fertilize truck fruit trees and all other t.1

Cabin Th Cuban Maaoav will reach its modern descendents who have outstripped crops, too. Free. Ask for Book No. 1< or tear out i i' !
lateIn ) the first week in June.
peak fay
*r
In operating efficiency.
their ancestors
this ad and mail with name and address *
More canning will. b* done both In Cubaand Modern Equipment your I
'
Porto Rico this season and it may reduce Since the garden to of such Importance written on the margin. ;
the quantity shipped to a slight ex it teem that some of the latest
tent. It U more likely to affect the thlp- nt'r.1t: : to lighten and speedup 18W.1930-ThkTMC _,u.he.eo.. IverMrvof lh* i

menu of Cuban pines than' those of Porto garden making should b* r.hk: tm ergo e f LbllMa MirwM fcewagbl to the lJohod 14s" i i'I
.IN. all farms The wide variety of
During their season, pineapple ate aa may be purehaiwd meet every demand or
,' Important factor In the larger market andcompete need of gardening. Chilean !
to an extent with strawberries Complete wheel and handlebar outfit
ui'I'
citrus ; and deciduous fruit' which are equipped with demountable teed.
Onint the first quarter this year, 106 era plow, rake, pulveriser and other Nitrate of Soda
000 crate hv been imported through tillage tool, are available. at price small '
New York compared with only ",000 .in comparison with their uaefulneat. It
crate for the tarn period a year .,. is easy and fascinating U car for a gar. EDUCATIONAL BUREAU'p;
den with one of these little machine whkh
combine tile work of half a dozen field
NAME NEW HEAD POTATO .
mplimenU.Th r fj'
RESEARCH DIVISIONIrish needier attachment wilt drill practically ,
all vegetable In rows, or drop them ,
potato disease Inveitlgatloa at the 16 hill .f varying 'apace. Blade cultivator OrlMde ..** THM Bid* 'if
Ratting laboratory of tilt Florida. Experiment thav off weeds just below the turac (
OilMido Plan* '
.1<, station after June 1 win be under the f *. A double-wheel. aombiaation make : '
:Y direction ef Dr. C. II. Tacker who was appointed straddling of th row p aaJble. es that both wilting: please rrr U aj No.
'. aatoclato plant pathologist at the tide mar be cultivated at ene rime A 'r
I April meeting of the State Board of Con I ulcher whkhi\ function aomewhat the j'j'La
! 'b' trot nil position was heft epee when Dr. tarn aa the common field pulveriser work .. .... .... ... .... .. ..... .. .. .....
; !. t* O. Grata wa plead fat charge of the ToC admirably, end a _.It catary ho tear ,
\\"W" .... --, ,prla **i Station In (luincj..w;i.IJ4t..1"d" weed**, tiVflUW" <*1Itf all ,
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PAGE EIGHT FLORIDA FARM AND GROVE SECTION _



( FLORIDA DAIRYMAN IS to toget or chick from breeding
I Iui
; lock t.has been toiled for bacillary
MAKING BIG SUCCESS whit diarrhea, In the second place, b*
I sure that the Incubation of the eggs baa
7-N When John M---;; : county farmer been carried out under the mOlt aannarycondition

Y paid $1,000 tor a registered. possible. Then the brooder hones
9/oridCb cow nine year* ago, his. neighbor* gasped.\ should be carefully dlalnfected and the lit
Today h* .to milking SS *ows. S3 are registered ter replaced two or three time a week.
Jersey, and ha ha mad a success Clean feed ed In clown trough. to another.
with dairying while many of those neighbors I Important factor In reducing chick mortal-
to aa excellent way to lean how to brood
Magoon Outlines In and car for baby chick Th* railing 01 have fallen by the wayald H. U the ity. _
I
only dairyman who shipped milk to Jack
the seasons crop ef young stock to apt I k
Detail make or break the beginner. There ar *. lonvUl oil the World War milk special' that Ono Indication of the growing Interest In !
The PitfallsOf
many phase t* the poultry: business end so U lUll la the dairy business. reforestation to that the states tnpply of '
detail that need experience for their Hamll L. Brown cxtentton dairyman
many
for this bees ..
successful completion that '* beginner and G. C. Hodge, .county agent, called .t seedlings ,arp.au -
Poultry Business will find himself la a way :loa money Mr. Moort'f farm a few days ago. They aanated. Unfilled order art being piled
and get discouraged if he has invested his asked him to same three things that ho up dally and wl> be filled In the order oftheir
1- all to begin oa a largo aeal Ie. considered moat important to his lucves application whet the tock to renewed
..... FnrxluxtenUl R.....* BadBY Another meet excellent way to gain' the with dairying Hla-qukk" answer was good Not only reforestation to considered necoa
Of SOCCM* Or .F... necessary experience and gain It at no per-' tow, food pasture aDd iliac. Gary, but also' the proper ear of the tree I
Ar Tabulated tonal expense to to engage oaeeelf to the From the one registered tow, Vixen, par we already hav*. The 'loss of trees affect
owner of a successful poultry farm and chased nine, year ago, Mr. Moore has, by lumber supplies, drainage, the beauty of I
learn and earn at the same time. It would the ate of food bull and food breeding the scenery and,even climate
} C. B. MAGOON pay on* wall to make inch aa arraagemeat'or developed ono of the boat herd hi Florida. Ij
Assistant County Agent, Jhival County one or two year at a bar living wg The old saw to now 18 years old, to till j
? Florida lea to gain experience at milking\ and eould not be bought for far
th.neceaary
or CHICKS C. O. D. SEE BEFORE PAYING I Ito.
t Our attention has been drawn to the feel
thai the Mr. Moor
mare purchase
peraonkl financial riak. pries,
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n* .
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that many people who** thought haw tated. bolero br lie MIL Pal Pntata role
1-Suitable Letades hare .arnka 1-
turned toward the poultry builnei a* t For permanent be bat U acre r'h M He le
possible means of livlihood or escape from Soil. It1d.'btm'II' pool of pasture and Pallia Hi ..... n... a "10. .....$... Ma III. ate
the grind of the city both arewonder- i trymen and would be pouKrymea do nol Bermuda carpet, gruses. WI. .e a.. ate.. wrm...__.. IM e.el it leIMM "
or reahx the Importance of suitable soils. has boon using loapedoia and white clovei' Gigolo 4:M :N l) To
why *o many people go into it only tt for summer graaing, and rye, oat, and a.. Wk. t..ab.sauJ.N (.M I* 41NOUUN
o'o It to the writer firm belief that any]
at the and of one or two aeaeoniand Austrian during the winter. ATCBM1M. KNOXTIUA; T....... .\
page
poultryman who starts his poultry venture
broadcast the statement that then I The 700-aero farm owned by Mr. Moon
on land that to heavy, low or poorly drained
i "I..' any money la the poultry bualaea 1 la severely handlcaplng himself Nearlyall furnished a largo lr of his feed. Last l lear
Let remember tint that the poultry
u*
of and contagion poultry I he produced ton of allege, and
our lever
.,'business I Is a business *object to the requirements stored It la four pit tiloi. He has an- -
trouble are or may bo toil born Th accumulation BUNKER'S BETTER
and condition of any other aperlalned In mounted plane to Valid two more allot itthe
of poisons, parasites, etc.,
buiinwa. This. statement naturally
the soil to much mere rapid because of sloe ; near future.He la :'Ct'b: bone- BABY CHICKSAll
lead to a consideration of the require- moisture movement or Inconsequential mixed food that to m Ex.tension Positing BrMb

went leaching. It baa been the history of every Dairyman. It to made of wheat MOM grams ....,. Welt
Natarat Aptitude for the Work poultry section that only those succeed Is. bran I parts, com meal > part, and cottonseed UNUM rfltTITiT *. 5uPn.tder I

It I is a strange thing eo many people the long run that ar* located oa loose sandy meal t parte. IL Day I.. CerANTJ.a..swm.., 11110.. a.
and old will try to make a Success 10.11.0U... A vigorous program of rotation !

rUt( poultry business when they simply of range and cropping the vacant HICK MORTALITY CAN BE KEPI.
have no aptitude or tests for it. It i* a range will aslst materially la lengthening
BELOW It PER CENT
,I businessof Infinite detail Some people the number of year that those who artlocated
hue no capacity for detail Detail Irk oa heavy soils. rosy luoeeed,' but With the new method in poultry production .I Avalon HotoU-OrUad.
thorn and are consequently neglected. Neglected experience Indicate that eventually! even there to no reason why chick mortality sera sue aM .* wMkrn Sales
should not bo below 10 east
detail In the poultry business usually > lose its effectiveness and kept per rente Boom
: this program Dr. M. A. Jull oi .. IUC&IIIf
t Spell disaster owner or later, People while suitable drainage ditches will care forth the say United Statea Department, poultry specialist of Agriculore. m 1' ADAM .. '
I sometimes U u* expressing a desire AIM OawatlM Ran Hotel will
com storm water and surplus water to a BurtaetM
la certain It baa boo
I to engage in this business and our first considerable extent, it doe not change the t sections cent chick com- Cafeteria fa _....Iea. 0.K Ta.
*
t questions to. alwaya-"Do you like to work I Act that the loll to heavy and easily bade men mortality ae rChln unusual he r tayi.

e with poultry! It to urprulng that many up with poultry fertiliser and disease Doctor Jail bases his statements on re-
r have never considered the matter of like germ To those who art located suits of experimental) work conducted by THE 'UUGN" LAWN MOWfctt 1
\ or dislike along this. line and are surprised land and have their plants built and lIc capital: the department and oa remits of poultry 1I

that it has any bearing Ja the matter. Th Invested we strongly urge that they rotate growers In moral states where definite I
fact I* that any part of agriculture growing their range and crop intensively. To. those ampalgi-s for reducing chick mortalityhave r I 1I
crop er growing animal require that contemplating. entering the business we ban conducted. For the peatthree ritP.
the one engaged< m it shall have a real liking strongly advise securing higher dryer soil years the mortality for chick up to 4 week Ra
for It in order to. lucoeed. W* are dealing of a sandy loam nature. la either CM of *g* at the department' animal huiband- I
1 with living ....nlam. thing that sufficient toad should be available to rotate ry experiment farm at Beltsville. Md. but l
grow, live or have aa Individuality,, are Subset and crop range beta below per coat.Keeping .
to the law of inheritance and nature. At a part of our consideration of unsuitable suck mortality below 10 per. cent
To aUlD It aP-lf a do not like to work location w* should at least mention I. largely a matter of Mutilation, according
with poultry by air mean stay out of the the desirability of being located on good to Doctor Jull. The tint thing neceiiaryollar '' '"
bUlln.... It yon have never had any ex. road ner good abed markets, and having Mete ... : area .... IM "Dla.aMower'
...
poultry and coneeqnentl do available central station electricity. be -.a.
91st. Hoe lows _. wn.1aMP Ite
::rirltn'w yea would like to workwith S-Poor Foundation Stock per bead for laying hooae to good dales omW suety y.o write b.-.:

It or not try it out in a very email If w* bay* a test for the poultry bull- practice and within reaaon. However If the 0. 'j ;fa'f.'E'I. Co 1
way la your back yard or other mail way ,nasa, have sufficient capital yean of experience would be poultryman :1'o or even ; ., 1.r rte".
until you find oat whether you have or can and plenty of the right I sort of $5.00 per Mad for :' ; aecemmoatlon -

develop a poiltlv I liking for It. ;land we may itlll fail because of poor ou : he to putting an nnneceaaary burden .
I & P-Lack ; 8 Tf kleat Capital dation stock. One of the commonest mistake a his I ben In the form of interest on In-
\ It I* .n old sad trite saying that It mad by the beginner to to spend too rated capital. The earn applies to all Sown

< Take money to wake aWiiett'" yet many much of this capital on land, buildings and your Investments la the poultry bu.I....*. ,
t people I seem t* think lack auf equipment thinking the matter of foundation Let your investment be sufficient to efflently l hivlNiCI
fIcient money to engage successfully In any stock Unimportant and needing only a house your stock and equipment but
1 other lire of buainea* they can go into the small part of his expended capital Over not so much a* t* place a reasonable burden *
'f poultry business *n a "*ho* itrlng." This and over again Instances have com to our en your gross receipt la the way of
I Ida* ha; been responsible for coding number 1 attention where would-be poultrymen have excess interest oa inveetment.U .

j of failure, lot to mention heartache expended thousands of dollar. on land and always pay the one contemplatingarting j
and the production knocker Even :equipment only to balk at the expenditure a commercial egg farm to lay I 6
already! poaaeaae* a stakes eta few hundred on breeding clock, high above the average price for day old
mount of land well located ete. It I class chick or hitching egg*. If they e partly or fully grown pullet..J'* M.dent >
liberal amount of money to erect proper would reserve the matter and spend the tendency of the day i* farm I
buildings, stock them with money making thousand. on stock and the hundred on that epeciatiie In the production of *, t, .1.1I
stock and pay Bring expenses, grain bill, equipment their chance of success would 18 .r more week old pullets and ready tolay '
[ etc until a profitable production can bereached. be multiplied many fold. Incidentally this. pullets for the commercial egg farmerwho I Imp i
Even then a fair? reserve should foundation tech should be bought under to not equipped to brood and ha* M
bo held for emergeneto that nearly always the direction of an expert in this line who desire to do see 1 :
aria*. Many people are successful with to disinterested in the breeder selling the A-Lutaem I WH PAT S% OR MORE ON SAYINGS ';

their poultry bat lack money t* g* Into it I itock. Of tours wo would not advise a It to unfortunate that such a section a* 0 Wvido 6m d..q = -.....m1ob.wee. '
m' and more 2*
R e oa a large enough ecal to assure a livingor novice to spend large turns on high class. this must be considered la. the discussion 1 .
111_. la other word, on** buitaee breeding stock until he to at toast experienced .f this. subject. The fact, however, fore I re,, ossommagall Noosommons tone ';
sufficient velum .to give the least month it. These to feel. 4 avers willo1mvel has bom vow an so-
Must have enough to give It the intelligent can II to at a I ..--.
,l necessary net taeom* for a living. If those necessary. Th amount of money set wide Jag that all on* baa to do to succeed in the nt a cu rfT ar/iiMifa ANB LOAM co.
people ar* eueceaeful with 800 Mass. for purcha** of breeding stock or foundation poultry business to to seems sr bunch ofcheap I ,Sits
for Ir. had the money to expend to laying stock should depend, obviously, pullete, a shelter from the blue iky
.00 *t 1000 kens and did a* wall with themIn on the aim of the owner, whether ho to and sit by while the egg (sad money) roll
proportion, they would have a comfortable > going commercial egg farming (the .. We are glad that no considerable num- I
net Income. This U where sufficient safest t'"o! a* a pedigree production line heir ef people are .. uninformed to think !' !!! ;
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capital come faa This. **m* genital rasa breeder. This. letter line to only for the this. There are those though who are .
Applies whether en* starts with hatching low those who have a passion for breeding plain lacy and will not put forth the energy ..--.":..-"--. .....--"-. I
egg, day old chick*, partly or fully matured and possess the special qualification neeeo- to maintain their birds la healthy condition 1 ill'I"- '. :: : .: \ I:: I

pullet, or la any other way.If sary for this line of'work. Do not attempt surround them with the proper environent I
one I* at situated that they caa tart this Mies you her had many year of experience : to Induce a profitable production.
In the poultry bueiae with a few hundred aid a considerable foundation ., Hoot certainly all rack should give the
have sufficient money to equip for them' seieatiflotraining along the line of animal poultry business a wide berth.PIa .
and hose a good paying position to care breeding and genetic conclusion permit a* to say thattitle ITS BABY CHICK TIME

for running expenses aa one expand, they I-Lath .. Baal**** Ability and Judgment I ha not ba written t* discourage
eaa tinder favorable circumstances fight Th sam rule apply In the poultrybusiness anyone who really to fitted for and desire
through to a successful full time poultry sal la any other It I Is a business to eater the poultry business and baa the
buainea In the end the requirement are sad M such require* the cam application proper qualification a* entitled herewith. !
the aam. sufficient capital either la a of bovine principle aa the grocery drag it to a wonderfully Interesting boainei ',
lump IUIII or In Initallmente. or a manufacturing bualneea. This one It to easily Possible to make tt repay the
I-Lack of ExTertone thing amount in its full char of failure, wner a good living and mere Our enl, I
Barrels Made la Florida and la New people fail at everything they undertake reason for writing this to t* point eat the
jersey on large numbers of poultry farm and then expect to snake a stake la the pill fall, .Iou", of suspend and other I
f reveal the fact that the percentage of too poultry business possibly a few may, tea places In the road] that need Illuminating I
COMO In this business are la direct pro Cause they hen at least found their niche l sad airing. i I
to the number of year experience la life but the majority fall, that have failed TIll department asks hat yo. allow
T ,portion manager or owner, all other thing In everything sue. them t* advise with you baton rev start
7 equal. The percentage ef failure to JMcapperUoaate Expenditure sub-cad avoid ee many call* of diatrea BUY CHICKS THAT PAY
being Abode .... .... .. ..... ......
largest with those who have had only oae Wo have largely covered this under .... after yea *tart. r. San ,
Wkll aM tnwm
to three years .xpe",_ Time who have tloa I. Remember that jut because you Finally a. any tola*** man will taattfy -.-. WIBMMI**R WaMa|M* 0..LN. LM4m I
j'' had tan or more year ef experience seines may have money enough to put aa elaborate aU bnaineo boa iU fat yean. and It* lee.it tla r'ate II ram see
fall toe lack of xperiene plant, a showplace la the last asalyais require itick-4o4t4iva, persistency, OW toddWile bear r.rwla..r- tl..eFor d.lr. .II.a go"
TheM who contemplate going mto the it to expected to make a fair financial to win .... Aa H take more taw eae day ea4 Ium4 6.a.b.ryOr t iSYLYAIN :...
poultry business should la some way get return en the Invested capital. Few .. to make a common tt take mere thaa are POULTRY f ARM A i 1
<9..thl needed experience before much capital sewer can stand the unwise expenditure *fcapital giro a true conception hatu- paaal BATCHKRY 'I
1-\ I* expended. There are several way to *. On *f the meet Coleman way to t* sorely look at. T* ae* aa _pia, womwalfy ". Tkoao w.. Stay with it Usually !!
f start is a MH way la tin bark yard. This feel that the expenditure: ef tw I win out-in tkte. -a* la everything ebe.

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Franca: Half-Sugar Mangel aaJ WktteBolgtaa

elm Stock Csrrote.W Timely Hints On

.ir1Jingz9oridl wanted to get M complete report

and result a* to yields a* possible oa thoaecrops Livestock MarketingBy
so decided to raa oa* or nor *>-
perlment plot ia each County In our territory
U H. LEWIS.Uvcotock .
or aa many u w*could. W* alto asked
the County Agent to cooperate with a* Specialist SuitMsrkeUag'feoreaa
la thin' work. In all instance the County
Within The to group with the es<'lptloa.1 Agent were willing to do thl*. Th dairymen -
9, which contains only 87 records.
u to carry out the experiment were *elected -
group there la a slight decrease ia I la cases by the County Agent. There h a tint for an thing There I*

Dairy and butterfat production and cost Usually I I.wa able to visit the dairyman a Urn to Bloat sow brood teed andmarket
fig and an increase In per cent of but nap
with the County Agents and sec the plot el.
tost land before t.IIo.... were sowed t. obtain the but price for lira ,
t milk and butterfat production and Dr. A. M. Smith of the Synthetic Nitro- product which 1* planted or sows and to I
f By J. c. over cost of feed advance aa site
gea Product Corporation agreed to famish Market the animal! which u properly bred
Ii Hurts ., Increases I* especially well shown i
free Calcium Nitrate to apply to these ex-
and fed. Oat of the I'fIb'to
greatest
often grade and registered Jersey and lots. Later Mr. A. J. Peacockrepresented i
Dairymen Shorthorn. The grad and registered this concern la Florida se day before our southern terser: U for kin '

<"there any, relation show a slight decrease In income looked after the Calcium Nitrate which was to know whoa to haft his product ready (
dairy tOW and the of feed for Group and the pad sent with freight for market ia the Bxnth whoa the product

| doctioal Most show a somewhat greater de AQ that was Cza.th. dairyman was sails for the most money. H. should, the,.,- I
f subject, yet very for Group 7} otherwise these factor to furnish the land bav It well prepared, foM. study and M ) produce a* to
i
I has been don aa sis, of cow increases. have th nsualMd prod
and ace that it bav a heavy applicationof ready for the
i". Cowea lays) I the number of records for both cowpea manure *r' else be ewpnd. II* market during the month when tilt market -
+ The most and registered Ayr hires is much I
*
I wa expected to sow the coed according t* I* highest
: milk yield I* than for the other breed. mention Instruction and properly cultivate the To illustrate hoc generally bring the

',width, -r girth, thin circular, the general trend I* to crop and the whole crop wa bis. In a number most money during? the month of March,
i accuracy with a gain ia milk and butterfat prod_ ef instances the County Agent and I April and May for *nrlng, Marketing and t
rleld. income over cost of feed from the helped to lOW the Mod and hi most case during the month of July August and 1
Hoards to the highest weight group. This were present when the Calcium Nitratewas September for late summer and early fall
j cow are classified I true of grade '" applied. Ia several !Instances, w* thinned narkotlnf. Supply and demand to a great
medium producer, Sam nary and Coarlusieas the plots .transplanted plants In extent create the market Her hog go on
I The figures show study of nearly 220,000 yearly In- any missing places and In two plots, where the market In December and January, 01.
1 was accompanied records of tow in d.lr-herd-Im. County Agent In the which I the
there was not a reason for the** two month
{ this eas* being association* showed that within worked the and fertilized
County, I plot being the two lowest market month of the
not oa weight the heavier cow la general them, a* this' was not being done by the )'Mr.
NVI.M says the lighter cows of the same age dalrymea. In most cases w* received cooperation During September, 128, bogs cold I*
Large cow set :' and income above feed cost with our experiments: Th Richmond; Virginia: for HIM wt During
man cow and larger cow ate more In dollar condition unfavorablefor
were
o weather very December. 192J hog old la Richmond for
ducer of feed per cow than the smaller this work this spring. It was dry and $0.00 wt Therefore a 100 pound hoc *oldhi I
Turner, Xafsdal but they more than paid In production
had low .
w* very temperatures.Anyone September was worth $8.70 more than a
The chief value I Increased cost of feed. who has garden beet
grown 200 pound hoc old In December. To f ur>
the production of of cow I* only one of the factor knows yon need plenty of constant moisture ther illustrate a 175 pound bet In Septetnbrr .

la the :Obrm of : Influence production and income above to get a good stand, and the sara I* at $13.35 ewt. wa worth a* much a* a
from cost; It 1* not wile, therefore, to buy: true with ...ncol.. la some of the lower 260 pound bop at Ie a pound In December.
the basis of sis alone. It is
the conaequen\od cow ea
counties fit there was very
our territory Ml of 1929 we were able to
rather than la however, that If two cow ore equal in little ral* all fall and winter. Some of the ell ourhogs in Florida la September with
of feed animal respects the larger cow be
by may
not planted a* the dairymen
plot WIn lOe
at than
neater MUM a pound we wen
Wall and i ;:: to produce more milk and return were waiting for enough moisture to in December for T tto 8* per pound. in

weight *f dairy Incom germinate the seed and this did not com. other word" hoc cold for I 1-41 more per
unite, and Income In other places they coated the seed and pound la September than they did In Do.
I.. result ar* similar got a fair tend but the plant grew very comber, or a 800 pound hoc wa worth
circular
Agent slowly. $4.60 more at prevailing price In Septem-
; Present Then, when wo got low temperature her than h* wa at prevailing price in De
A study mad with heavy frost the plant being young cember.To .
f' Industry of about With and tender and the root or mangole= being further Illustrate cattle generally
record of .."- smsll they were seriously damaged.On .
very bring bent price during the month el
tlon cows showed- the muck, under these conditions, the Juno July, August, September and Octo.
th Feed For Cows
larger on New killed. In several of the counties
ones la crops wen ben TM. i* particularly true of gnu fed
la the northern part of our territory
cattle. and
July August are the two best
terfat They also where the temperature got vary low, the month for of
this kind cattle. It I* also the
ever cost of feed Varieties Maintain And One mantels were started early and when the time of year when the cattle art usually
they ate more cold cam they were about the sis of a hen
Of Stock Carrot Used their fattest on the native graves and
This study .
egg or larger and the cold only checked should therefore be the time w* should fell
ship in regard to la Dairy Experiment their growth and frosted the leres, bu
To further Uliutrat
timely marketing
existed among I oat leave and
they immediately put new of cattle during the month of July and
breed did not eld. on Experiment with Mongols and made satisfactory yield
August, 1128, cattle were fatter and bad
different breed. and Stock Carrots) Wlth-th cold and dry weather w* experiencod -
pound cow of a by II. 8. MeLand all. Agricultural w* did not get crop te mature greater weight than they have today. Theio
milk and butterfat Florida East Coast Railway oa all our plot*. We did not get a satisfactory urn cattle were worth M per cent more'
some than cow of St-Jacksonville I Company crop oa muck. W* had some very Urge July kc.nd August than the Increase.:talus 4
large r A I w* have been very much Interested il individual manacle weighed which were This 50 per cent 'fir
cows of ono brood I .Ir, development in our territory and produced en ..lICka but the tend was poor U due to the increased weight, grade and
another breed and : decided that increased price that exists In July and
prosperity, we oa tho account of lack of moisture and it
breed with the essential that the dairymen crow remained so dry that the plants could not August a* compared with :February and

showed very little I of their feed a* to cut the cost of bo successfully transplanted. Then in other March.
Or The most In beef cattle I* realized
breed la else their Industry money
production plot the were young and were
i Of feed. be ruined by milk coming Into our severely killed\: by frost Still, with the from calves, especially when the calf crop
In general an from other states where the cost proper weather condition and proper care, I is produced quickly and marketed in July,
Within the brood I* much less than with our I am confident satisfactory and even August and September.The .
.
duction and income With this Idea In mind w* de beavy yield can bj* produced en 'yell illustration even above cover general
of feed Increase, to ran some experiments In the pro oil. tendencies of market for

.' proportion to : : : of root crops. It was our intention to get plots on all twenty yean or more.
also shows that :: was not our Idea when w* started the general type ef toil w* find la our eI.2.: great tendency of livestock pro
tint to the last experiments that those crop* would territory which w* thought might be usedfor M to cell their best cowl becausethey
decreae la the : take the place of the silo on the the successful production ef thes root bring the best money. This naturally .
.I. These findings : farm. They can be fed with the crop has a tendency to lower the quality ofproduct
breeds having a I." run*' low in the spring before W* had plots matured and weight* secured left for brooding purpose on the
the various weight are giving plenty *f green feed, a* to yields in six counties. In seme farm. It I* Important to sell out the cull.
breed, for will fill out that space of time. of these w* had aa much a* two plot on I and Inferior stock and keep the beak The '
seys the only there ar* a number of dairymen different type of soil. Ia several other herd can be Improved by use of good bulls,
and last groups, territory who keep only a few cows, counties we had one or moro plot which I but twice at "much progress can be made
tively small to justify the construction of a matured some mangels but the stand was by not only selecting and using good bull
froup the cost of There are other dairymen who have so poor that wo did not take yield weights. I but also by keeping the best cow for

I last group there little land for growing foods, and In la several counties oa one or more plot the I, breeding purpose
and butterfat : case the land they have will not carrots won completely destroyed by rsb- W* are very anxious to be of the most

cost of feed, and satisfactory yield of any crop grown bits continually sating them *s they grew II service possible* la the marketing of your
For the registered ... Therefore, It seemed that to fet high enough for them to get the top. hog and cattle. Wa feel that It Is equally
tion ate found nl succulent food when It was most On plot which w* had personally worked Important to know the best time to tell and

small number of w* would have to find some crop thlned and fertilised for the dairymen, to gaag production and have the. product
butterfat test I* being grown la Florid wa completely destroyed by the dairyman produced and finished In time w... oa the
Group 6 the value : Florida Agriculture Experiment turning his cattle on the plot before it had market daring the month when the market
over cost of Hh! bad not been able to get very satis reached maturity. Ia fact I. went to big I* best I
)p and la Group 1 : 1 yield with mangel and did not place to put ** a second application of Tb State Marketing Bureiu I 1. here to
t, butterfat w* were justified ia advising the fertilizer and could 110IInd a tinglemaagol aid year livestock market problem W*
[, For the .. to attempt to crow this crop for or carrot and I had definitely asked and very much Intonated in the Anal
' large number of him If lie would need the land before I nnd't'b.t.. twelve for the product
groups, the Mm the absolute need of wore and worked the plot out SUIT, that was only money i* i iv d by
; grad Holstoln feed for our dairymen and e*- one butane out of many. Where w* had timely producing % finished prododr for the
, Lion and Income la the late winter and early spring another plot planted the dairyman sold his highest market month.
the pasture are giving, very little herd and another tent a negro M work the
feed at time, where the gras may plot out whoa lit wa not at horn. II* had
bees frosted or the dry weather pro- let It get grassy and there bad been a Iron or I* found hi Levy county, near

Galvanized= it from making much growth, weS I frost to kill the top. M the negro Just treason. The Confederacy U ct: : to have
: .. something must bo does flat Wooded the whole piece' This jilut wa utilized this Iron during tho Wee for
sot want to go oat and recommend lost I only mention thoa failure M bow the manufacture of canaoa

to grow a crop which would why moro complete report of plot ar* not
failure. Therefore, wo decided to run I made.
*.. I With the weighed yields w* Bad from several row for a Bomber of feet In eachrow
H. N. Rodenbaugh, Vic President, 'plot oa different type ef soil and wader usually sent tea to twenty foot, and
W always interested ia any project verhesitate g growing condition, w* do not w* tried et row which would five aaaverago
Ship T7 I promise* development or look a* U to say any dairyman is justified In yield for th* plot being weighed
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SPOOL I assist our farmers, authorized me growing rusngels for his sows, if h* will If wo took a row hotter than tie average
Get Cur, Low the ..... I took the Matter of plant oa Mil adapted to the crop, especially w* tried to get other not a* good a* th*
; seed ap with H. G. Baiting Co. it h* ,will properly fertilii and work the average. TV weighing was generally don
1IBTAL SILOS some correspondence_ Needless crop. la the presents of both the County Agentand
: willing to make a special price on i Our yields varied a great deal a* w* the grower, to I feel w* can depend
0 be used for the experiment*. would naturally expect however w* did upon" the final result M being fanand
there wa a possibility that w* not got any yield where weights were accurate. jm-
sod get satisfactory yields of the taken that the stop would not Justify being W. art allies the yield of plots, telling
COOPER CAT =s, w* decided to also try stock care planted and glvo th* grower a good dividend the County, County Agent and dairyman,
Kit Franklin 8k W* purchased two TartrtW of Oa hi* .__ and othe information that teem to a*
102 E. Bay .. stock carrots. Tb varied** Ia arriving at oar yield per aero weweighed .sight he of Interest or impertanee.
wr.7bas'J Long Soil atd. White tile manger and carrot from (T* Be Continued





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'AGE TEN 'FLqRIDA FARM AND GROVE SECTION



*f Aa-rkmltur*. an* b the author *t run*
...awahuu'.pet a.o'opipor irtfclM H* to fttthtoii.It '
History of Tick Eradication Work' Worth knees Mporl prrUubl.' pities, TlM bo h.
Ib Things M dlMtMM ill. r.1I.'>onl binds at truly and blewtaboo J
bow to ohoM the IIM" end "has the" maybe '
I ibblM*. Iww ot ttapur ko>dlnn oat 1
V** t.blW ltw.n I* Mm. Booooltll Va UblM.Fruits .
Knowing Alwin li Bouonol omits. Mttnlloarotbi I
; Described By State Veterinarian Produces *I =.. and Orrhord. F. onMef
MM Ktwr rnllrr. sad How to Km Fruits ud I
Vesa.bie. TIM b..kM l> koidmMlr Mlwtritid.
and to a pnelonl Burhil I Muses tar tlM b.uaeb..pnr.Copts :
.st""It
-- YJOITAIILB t BUYING OUIDK As or IM obtiliwl, wtlbMit. set tree our flor
i KU"----: interacting and Mrful hackles' Cor MM semantic bas id. Firm lid Urn UtarmtlM B.....*. HUUWraHoM
,. B, DR. *. v. vided for lost option' In tick eradication. ton prrpo.ro* for UK AU fruit' arwn IM.kr Bid,.. Tmp,
t Mint V'It' ar4R. Under the provision of the HIT Act, C.toB.1 L. ..*.... NOT Yrk MirkM mrraopM. THC III Or rHOSPHOKD*. '!'lIe..n...k.i.-
Prior. to IIlJ no active Interest had which was amended In III, the follow Mot .... -fit- ...1..1..., for the rtorl.tet.niMd lo pluto iMtltit publishes vary facilitation, Mid Iso k
oWtlan l. the acs, Mr Brow tor-
} Been shown or work undertaken looking lag counties voted to conduct systematictick Mrrl Orm the market Km VorHe *t the U I. Of tomUnapuipkM each cants giving valuable ad.
6 toward tick eradication In Florida, other eradication: Becambla Washington vise m Ik* MO and _Aui of .............. menhMrlptloM J

; I than tae or two cattlemen having can Jackson, Oadsdea, Leon Duval Seminole, aw k* obtained, Ihnmrk oar rWrM.
r i strutted dipping vain In which to dip a Orange Lake and Otceola. The work to satins Dec. t, ItIS Farm ..4 Cr- lororm>_ 3un>., HIIMereHolol

few (oral horde these It counties was vnsuccessftil dull Systematic work was yndertaken la v'b:' Timpo IKMBDIEO. Tae diseases *f _itrMlol .
t At the request ef Dr. J. 0. Dnp ls and tG the oppmltlon *t the people>.nd the inadequacy Zone It, comprising the counties of 8uwanoee ..ht.... M Iv M b kxi... mot |ri.l4 tM .

,l ),fr. M. A. Milan ot Miami, Via, to the of the law, and from Its to Columbia Baker and Union In ,wommost>llrtlM with.Foal iron, Dm or and mixture 1Io.do of drugs A"I- c__.

I U. Bureau of Animal Industry, Wash- 1(11 there was BO active tick eradication the spring of 1111 and these counties lira ho U S. Department w Air mltw to wk.!
J.o' ln.(on, D. C., I was stationed In April, work carried on In Florida Tile legislature will conclude their dipping U Jan ot this Ina ::r. BrooMtlool I* keep off the Irmrkot modi.
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oHort/ o( thus 4hw>M> are
IMO to owe
i' Ifll al Miami for the purpose ot Inauuratlng of un passed the present tick eradication year Dr. "t"1 roUrio.ir.il .0 tea ad.inistrrVon.
I h tick eradication work la Dado, provision and also created a new Systematic tick eradication was undertaken Mlto rack nwtnino, whir
'! Drowned arid that part of Palm Beach State Live Stock Sanitary Board, granting la the following named counties **.**they.. Donor... discovered Make explained In tetanus this or polkr Impact M tornMr the

rniialjr lying south and went of the HIM, Said beard the authority to conduct March this yearend should be completed rowoij for bill M ) .. borough ,aft... At that time there was stste-wld tick eradication. upon a program br July 1 next rear: Dnral Nausea, Bradford ( Californta, ot drug promnlloM UkoM
I chicken cholera aid This -" aklpm.itiKtomlod
: no specific law on the question of tick outlined by the legislature There Clay, atlchrlst and Levy and mail low tor wutM dtotrlr nup iUoir would km robbed
eradication\ the State Board ot Health being practically no money available to portions of Marion and Alachua the w.Mrl pnMtrr miners *t 11711 directly and.

having jurisdiction of animal disease aa I the board during the year 1111 there wa With the completion ot the work ot nlrkt. low bow nonltlnt WM Indirectly Crom tuproMr rowoiolbia Mr* r.MwiMor.abl.
I w.1II the diseases ot humans little tick eradication work accomplishedthat tick eradication now under way tf of PENKTHOL A AM ACTIVATOR TharMmuih

la the work ot tick eradication U the Tear, however In 1114 Oadsden county the IT counties. will be tick tree and from shady ol PnotroLa t'E: :
b.d :
HIH' >,named counties, the State Board I and sons No. IS comprising Jackson a tick eradication standpoint this represent WNeosum proportion*M a / -
j of Health furnished' ono Inspector to- 'Calhoun Quit Bay and Washington and considerably over halt ft the stab ,....... M a Miuot spur showed the iMoooitr of
kotber with the dipping vale and dipping that of Holmes>and Walton counties tick Infested can as i oellr.tor or I motorist whirls would sot a krtNotwtthiUlldlnif -
J part a* the SI counties still bay contact at the slutlne' with tea .In.st .1-
l lutlon., On March It, 1111 that area I east ot the Choctawhatcheo river I and be treed ot the tick In leas time and at that. time memo meters be" bas tried ",. title.

t .,.4ve described, was released from state : that part of franklin county welt Ot the IBM expense than was required In freeing' .....__. but, ..p h. beee tko sew sent amorally reooai_.ii>i>

and federal Quarantine, having completed I Chattahoochee river, conducted systematictick the present tick free area In view ot the Urn for may, M missiles. idUviUr. U Im pNtablynM
t+J the work of tick eradication In a little less eradication work and were released tact that the remaining counties otter leiaphyalcat that koouM d Ik* well .bloeUaiM to -
t 1 than one year Monroe county was the from state and federal quarantine Dec. dlfflcultr and also In view ot the seed It* not Its mess Near IM map to llaVrolMd to sow
\\I- I most to undertake systematic tick eradication 10, 1111. .Systematic tick eradication was tact there Is now an established favorable one, .?nporMiooi the .IfIo.tr'.1, dloMlvlnir sea.. .

I I work, conducting the work during conducted In Liberty county and that part sentiment for tick eradication whereat ron.1 Pnotrol!. soft. kio water bass. A provorod iDwudid. kr kooklrt John o.U ties Reproof MM I

I Mil and the early part of IttT and beIng ot Franklin county east ot the Chatta- In the beginning of this work there of the Crop PratootMll Iiulitul This lo Mprlnte4
released from slat and federal qnarautlne hooche river In 1111 and resulted In was considerable opposition to the work *:: ri>l W Sasses Bitomaloir sea +i iI
: Deo 1, HIT The remainder of the release ot that area from state and and no example before the cattle owner =. V.s waves Pane and by writing Onus, Nor Hllsluee Mformatbs HochBldg. y

] Palm Butch county, which Include the federal quarantine Dee 1, UU.I ot the benefit to be derived therefrom Temps !
The V. a Daaulrsturee.t .
: present Martin county, inaugurated the Went Florida Breeding tip Block.In I A1Atnt CABAL YRARBt1OK
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: released from elate, and federal quaran- ol Holmes and Walton counties west of this department has been Instrumental In i ;losethe .::: '"151). Thils:: Ie x" moth"atd

\ t it on 1)41<1. 1. Ifll the Choctawbatchee river, Okaloosa, Banta placing over 100 head ot pure bred bull I > ;s dot HUM* 8t gaatarm:ajoaf sow. f
{ r The 10IT Act. Rosa and Escambla counties undertookthe of beet type, which are now showing numerous lolwwod tk* .
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seek volumes
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that the work of work of tick eradication In the spring offspring The calve, the result of I* which they are prloMd rothor thin kr U o" rnnwod.
tick eradication accomplished In Dado, ot 1114 and were released from elects and this breeding show weight ot from 400 Llk the peaebsk. 'Wad for tk:the'. )'

I Id.tward and the lower half of Palm federal quarantine Dec 1, HIT to 419 pound at its to eight month ot abort......In.articles row npartli*. this tunas volume...taturw loi>in.ito..I*...lurrt..u.

J peach county we* conducted without the In the spring ot HIT systematic work age and bring their owners price In advance cultural ....... Hid Treating. It soon u....faMl M
i..M| of Hate law on the subject. The work was" Inaugurated In Zones 11. 11 and II, of mature Florida .t...*. Also, Information oo moot of.tb. important pkmo. dark.ltura .
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: hmo In Monroe and the northern part ot Jefferson Madison Hamilton, Taylor, the people ot the tick tree area have the brand outllM. rather*ltko than. !. Islamic ....n. >Muraerki. ,
I r Palm Beach county was assisted bv the comprising' the counties of Wakulla, Leon' advantage ot open markets, which has Pat .km _rift.... All the fort, ud conclusions
1 state law of 1117, which created the first I Lafayette and Dixie. This entire area I miUrUlly Increased the value at their reported have, km nrunrad kr may kr opnUIUta.Copr oddroooliv' +
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JERSEY COWS FOR sALnI I w. PAY a PERCENT: oa MORE: ON IAVINGS- ,
I OH BALM.four jams, news, thlrt ..... thirty- supervised h State Bank Depsrbneak Write"
igodo pwroa "brad. '", TMs rows AST rhfcb. lading t.rUI., honed u.lltr nf. Information. Tko lorarltr beading and Ivan Co. Wl COLLECT any MMunt claim MM or unpaid
\ nob. oo.... :: anus hind d foundation arrival r.sns.d, DLL Poultry Company. Is it. Jukoonvlll Fto. shank regardless. of HM *f OMW or loooUo of
-h set Into the dalry Mninss with prisedr Orsado Plaids. dohtor. on a orrktlr sennmioiw' bull fend them t*>
r. ..:. Intel, A. P. Sesnguab 111ratyd I ron SAL. no. FEDERAL AUJUUTMKNT BUBCAU Mortgage
!1'.rk. rseid.. :HICKS-O..lltf it few _t. Kork, Rods. III.." I .oo forms t* Mil the folwwhif articles at M.rl.BM Guarantee Bids, Atlanta. Georgia.
I 100i LMborx. ..00 prices .
Lop Wen.poelil ptMoi, r..1 peiide. emetics gar s, I WottiwhouM MMtrle ito>4j lull antoaiotla. three r "4y
waven.w G. banes Md white ........ eoot 124k ...... WK COI IECT eeoouit" *oUo. sins' evwrwkor
i FLOWERS 'ttl, M. Nurse onho. nll.. ... EitibllobW t* rw. 'r t f
I tet-nrd PflNiov T.rpoi ..... Oily alleMIr Have _do wllorUoM, In mrr ale aid all pars of '
ESTATE ease. not MS. Prune 111. > Canada Cloil IP roar pit due MeouiU. Book r*.
I ;:1.M1NQ CAT AI.OO .f tnr HW and nr fkm r- REAL 1 1-... BkikMpme T..... rod, eat IK Prim fdeeaa.;. Mor1* Colloetloi Asmgr: 5.mr.a, Kr ,I
i tee plants* ******. pales vines, ate.* how= ''I//
y.:or rope mailed teas ups request. :; t Fir rod aid tw automatic note (Skakoipoan aadPfltw
r Nn... 1100 n, etnree, ll.E WANTKD-T. her flow new at sad for sale fun ). .
metal .11...,. o. HnwLe. 1.1d.1' Wto, I Shakespeare: : Burt getting rod. good a* BM III. WANTED
5aha."bare v..gSJ tool. I" wldly, almost -

E I NURSERY STOCK ANTID-r. from west, ..\p. stand "UEu.we new. $16. .......... .
r.?... North To.k.. II..., 1 Handmade Bow aid U handmade ar.row
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1 ... Pbridn rum ad a..... RIDeo WANTBD POSITION
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t i I1KUI TRCM 0. Genpfnll' Tanrs/n. Pxltlo twoTtklMoi lo dMMiM hssf
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and mnr doliriou/ Mwor mrlotio, Ask for BuUI hen Hotel III d. T." with !wanted kr family muM with .avsal
I h., n l: XMMHirr Bro.., ton O. Ones, Fla.AVtxAWY5 MISCELLANEOUSIts" Mr. *| : la *Wide work and kookkorplip.
f PERSONAL .r as witekmo *r polk ."..... Have sued !.
and other impsal fvahtd. lea collssyo' sIl5 Pbehs'si, as
ow Asktor 5,11,115 'T' beams" area.a = .YLt and dputs sheriff. and ham oplsedld .::
fate work. U. -
II.., II. 0rI..... ". Molt to jubo. MM pest,,..Wendy.... lS4e.lion r-: edema QUITsend-address, ,- :"l-=::")..= era iced amps ntarhees from public e1lirodais and
l tsip todivee pm
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wnullr aultlrlMit. .1. us = is :
heed Wrrto k.......... rniklll looUlul. Florida., sad ( sam- tel,
POULTRY ., Dm K n, _b..... H. t AGENTS WANTED rl.r/do. PsWANTED Perm. ad Grove UUIo" How Bids.Tamps .

DIVIDEND NOTICBTHK
Nil .hll..... iklppod. I* broo*>r .ko... Barred Rorko.Rn. KClimir BUILDING AND LOAN CO.
OrulniMiu, KnilMk Lofhoriiol lee lie.IS. Br *ro r *f IM Roud of Directions will I MP tkolr AMAZING pans. oolllot sow lokbMlotk. Look Ilk* M hose from awry bovine Seed two 1
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Black.Cklyp.ws
IIM Waok like OIW.tr Bu Sas tar loi ( .h. Mrtio.kue Jabs
Tin Owrk April Quarterly Dlriitoid at tea rot..fill pmwt -
K .I Mta.d. case spud: delivery, ::: .. W_...
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Burning population of this great entering a constantly expanding ..

section. field of sale, it is bringing to the

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Cannery Grapefruit: Next Season

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THE SITUATION The Florida Citrus Exchange has completed arrangements .

IN A NUTSHELL: providing for the sale of its growers' cannery grade
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The participating canners agree tot grapefruit at a decided advantage to its growers. A five-

1. Purchase their requirement ca year contract has been developed in conference with canners .

. tlusively ci tion.. from' .Exchange Asso. providing for prices beginning at 90c and increasing

2. Pay, f. o. b. Exchange packinghouses to $1.00 per box to be paid for this grade of fruit. All

I prices' are f. o. b. Exchange packing plants.
$ .90 per box during 1930-31
.95 per box during 1931.32
1.00 per box during 1932-33 Speedy' development of market demand Vnd volume for.

1.00 1.00 per per box box during during 1934-35 1933-34 the product of participating canners is assured. A phase

; ', of the contract provides that the Exchange shall advertise "
The Florida Citrus Exchange agrees .
tot the brands of these canners nationally, spending lOc per-. ,

1. Furnish fruit to 'these cannert box on all fruit sold on this basis for this purpose. ::
up to the capacity of Its Associations -
,to provide such fruit. The volume going to these participating canneries will increase -

2. Spend lOo per box on all fruit in direct ratio to this development of markets and "
so purchased In advertising the ,.
'lot' brands of these canners In a demand for their brands. It is believed that it will absorb
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This manner contract satisfactory has already to them.been .at a profit to the grower all loth.. grade 'of grapefruithandled 4 I'
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signed by one of the largest can houses. ".. ..
Exchange
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Company of Eagle Lake '.
and already Lake arranging Alfred. This to company practically is The' relief to the box-lot fresh fruit market by the elimination 1

double its capacity business.to care Negotiations for nextseason's '- of" this fruit from' car loads' will result in an increasedreturn '
; with others,in the state are underway I A
and.nearing completion.. I.. r, for fresh fruit sold under Exchange brands.

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citrus grower. In view of the'large volume expectednext
season it is significant of the active interest and '

.. ability of the Exchange to perform for its members. ,;
Join the Florida Citrus Exchange and get full benefit ;
\ of the returns available under: the'plan. See our local ''t
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