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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: July 10, 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
oclc - 34296444
notis - AKR3403
lccn - sn 96027189
System ID: UF00087295:00117
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Succeeded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Leader-enterprise

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':VOLUME VIlINUMlmU4I. .. HOMESTEAD, FLORJM.LmURSDAY, JULY 10, 1930.: _. ._ PRICE, FV.ECENTSiSIDFOLLdS _


i j Bait Spray CommHtefWmIngreHiehtj}# ]+ i, BANK HOMESTEAD TO PAY ; ')

: f(5 g 5,000 Acr s

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SUSPENSIONS Wnoush inat.rt>t to spray l.iilicren I Company': '* 'Krjfehouee in tiotit.-I $30,000 DIVIDEND AS SOON

of tree with pulton ba t tOt steed and the iSouldi tirover Inc.. ,
tr'4'! .#ta1le\, n ikitrf tries< 1 b. bit"Ottru I peeking honed Ii t Qoulde will .r

asked e'f tW II'I Bla depot for thd spray material, In .
:J WIIII CHARGES nt tiUaffAf t tout* Aocl or1".1' South l>.d.. ;j;, The commlt_ AS CLAIM PROOFS ARE FILED
the fctuth Dade baIt ray eo which 'l. composed of

'I' too heilded by Count gent C. H., and director* of picking 1 \
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..:.........-. flttffanl t..' h.feiultVSof inert.! ping organtaafrono with mU"o"l ---- -- --- ---- --
ling hold li "'--r"-" \ber if cdrtDvirce -, fanl a- chairman ...I41 '
5$! >. Auditor! Re$Otmsi ble tot B>I1 tetfma DisbartdA :Available in a Month or
room W."n.....'. At Nomeeting pray miter aid .( "' ,
.,' $ City'a LosS in Bank aide a committee coimM gr *er< tnrbugh their. packing' and' Second Half Start Less if Depositors, ;

jj:; ', gay Mayor Suit *t LOtbO"CIU.n..., Frank Fine shipping associations The halt M TIM Fiotnemes4. baseball team Show Speed
and E. A. Carter was appointed! Mhv applied 'confefefr* In Miami wit* knapsack ...,...; and one mane ,.dlt banded for the Season Wadnee- WSSINCE
pgppSJTSNOT MADE duty, Foy Hobbs, team manager FIRST N
City Manager Whartott' and J. ft .A cover .a 14acr grove In a de,.
3 BY HIM, SAYS PAUL Ralney, county agent for the The bait pry la furnished by the aid today This move followed CLOSING GIVEN OUTLfgtkiator
the of other team
non-appeatanc
northern half Ot Old County to clearing house aaaoclatlon and will I
: enlist their! cooperation In making .be given: '1r'" to all grower, no malia.jra" at a meeting slated for After
M.u Engineer Also Replies Tuesday night when the baseball Here
the bait spray program county-, matter with! what association or I
1 .*. to Complaints Made wMo. ; peeking house they are affiliated.The schedule for the second half. wa Court;, Approves Ap-
to have been arranged The Shoe ,
Against Him The Florida Soot (?ear Fri-.tler object of the spray campaign la I H pointment
disbandedWednesday
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Mr. Hobbs eald -
j jjLv Charge ht bT Mayor b. B."T :' AWCADOHOUSETO t Ud* world the Florid bat donemore The' game between Fort Laudetdal Payment of a dividend amiintI r
than the
enough ti Insure
tJvlngntoa against City AuditorPaul absence of fruit file*. and Homestead which was I tag to between "0.001 and ....... 1'
R. Russell and City EngineerB. here the Fourth ot July
played oo
I Th present poison fruit fly bait can be expected< by depositors
:a' !. L. Hook, ;Jr., whom he undertook OPEN( FOR( 1930 Was the first game played by
bas touted littto! damage et bas of the Bank *f Hom...rtd r* .bon
to "euspend" on June II notwithstanding Hom..*t ad In the second half. Itttn4.4'
keeper, Mr. fteffanr aaMl. Th | ai all or most of the depoaltpr -
that they can b* for
In a t to t victory
bait tbaf attracted and killed the ot claim
PACKINCAUG. 1 have filed proofs
hired and fired only by the1 city
which
eat 1: \ H.m..I. The game waato y
'\ beef when bat Spraying 'wa Inaugurated' [and the necessary legal advertising -
council, remitted Monday algnt la have been played on Sunday between
th* appointment. o( a councUManlo ............... 10 'th* Infested .r.secceialned Homestead and Turner'* has been published, *c-
.r..nal.'of< lad, kit this I cording to E. P. Duncan, who arrived
committee' to Investigate the nolan Resumes Effort Sport Shop wa. called Oft on account
charge* and report. back U the : to !ngrdlent baa bias discarded now of tile rain. her Wednesday morning to i
In favor of copper carbonate,. which take of the bank Immediately
Bring Cuba Under Ifi charge
foeetrg
Council at Ate next regular It I* r.riored that financial
o i ( ,,which wll) he''on" July It' The Cent Tariff had beft, found leaa attractive and trouble tiel responsible. for the after hie appointment*
*, Investigating committee I* tam harmful 'ta'becf according to Mr. disbanding I liquidator baa been confirmed by
jelled of Councilman W. E. Rhehey. yttff.di.ttemiding. 41 the circuit conn
Cha T. Fuche, Jr., and Wilr 'fhe Florida Avocado drawer j the meeting yesterday While no cn4eiud ttme4 ot
> item Mu..*lwhlt*. Exchange! win open its packinghouse Were fre/k JVue, manager of Florti NE\VAG.TEAdlER I condition was available yet, Mr..Duncan .
the charge, road to the eouA j for the lltft season oil Aulgust ( East Coast Fertilizer Co.. and readily gale out Inforrfia-

'. Alt PJt the ,.laI..nt city clerk In 1. It WM decided at a m"t'. Member of the board of' reeUire. SPEAKS ROTE:,I I the& asked for. Cash on hand at F..,
!i'"' the presence. of Mr. Russell and ,log of the exchanged dlr.ctllr.le14 (Continued on fag Four) AT time the bank closed on JMo
Mr. Hook and Mayor Livingston ; lit Homestead nd.,, '111 I amnlilltoll', to 'tiMOO. Dopoatw

I.. w'v",', ,.,ajjA Ala-two l UorlHlf'Ot. A. ;M. Hn- I f Ti'.'.".voc do exchange packingboaiev'lokated Eqafpment rlm' j CLUB LUNCHEON amount to $1.10,000. The amon
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fiat and (W. O. Boatmen, and1 at Naritaja, shipped the Bank ot Homestead "had *n
j fairly large audience *f 'tl.en'pre ''tppro.trftatal .600 baser .t For Ag Station Here I, ,:_ :., ,*} I pout with the Bank of Bay Bl.-

''lIt to... the "firework," avocados lat rear and Indication Twnly-eix 'Urge: boxes of laboratory : SJrly' earn when hat Miami Institution ;
,' .here .. follows: are thai the crop this! year,;trill bebetwesg : equipment and supplies arrived -'i Wakeffeld Here : to failed wa |..,0 0-|l,"* moro ?

"In accordance with the prow '.000 and T.Oflft boda director .' last week for the .1...'. new Chart 50 Fartaaf, of [ than rim eetlmatm given out by

none of the city charter In view of i...id this week. Ind"'ldu.1' tropical experiment *tattrrvatHomeAead.i District bank officiate. due to draft which
ray prevloua/ auction: la .o.pvn
', G> e W aud orna.i arialtye4y Mint mftd ,iand It was completed, ire ready for U UC1latton : myna, ,'. :, '.. i"u: engtnew. I beg thought that try August l the voume >I *f the equipment, whlrh winbegin T 'IO.'atea4! Rota lub mettor the Bank ef HeniMtead.
submit the following charges: Would be sufficient to ju.II.'t" "Alta "'Ula".iutoka6, .... The ooork. of the bank will probably -
to tit wk L. 1To, luperlrttendcnt .n.1 I 1
"I charge Paul R. Russell aa fol-I' opening of the packing houx. I aald. ,Wednesday Vlth" Its new ,... b* reopened, toward the but ;
) lows: '- \ The exchange this \.*braid eight i l for Jack Ha kl.r, In the chair Ut of next weak to permit depovltor
A director tt i* experiment: I Ii I
1i :, > "III. Inaamuch. ".cllott ,H Ofthe boxes of Pollock attocadn< to the Station wail not b* appointed mtltabeiit week' moetlng would have seen t* get blank for filing their! {
federal, fruit Of-i! Mr. Hackler'I Inaugural but for the: proofs of claim. The plank are
fly IUltifl'Ul" at i
city charter\!epetlflc llyvpr- Oc ,.t land Id@I*> fact that he had left for Chicagoto I being printed thla week. Mr. Von-
: Tides' that 110 ofJl lose 1of Iha, tilt I' for da* \I Known yet whi< he will M Mr. Toy I II'
,j Ik:' shall be directly >r Wdlreetljr W Wirkv | ; PAC' EipeAihental farming on represent the Homestead club I can admitted that the process of

forested In any contract With said Directors of..$ha, siibanea; aU K rp rtrr' nt itatlon'l 10 acre tb.1'I' at the COIlV.llf.n celebrating the filing the claims and advertising"
attention fact of silver anniversary of Rotary International. might: take the greater part of ft
Ibo that
c-lty and In view of{ the fact that to a duty tract to b* 4onat by the Wl
( 1 1( cent avocado H* returned Tueeday I month but be said that the payment
Paul R. Russell was' eo Interested a pounit oon wasIncluded Lan<}| ,IIr., *loP l.nt Co..
.? night and gave a abort talk en the of t-. dividend would bo
during the time that b* wewaet-, ,: -thw-tarlff bill recently probably> conducted this tall, "e
Acer Mid there had been no ollt.w.j paaeed. While th*.duty ha been Bald % convention Wednesday but asked mad In lose time than that If the
J. m disinterested lgaUnan.durl "" bold not'to-apply to Cuba ship ::114 t\ \ "It 4 t for further time' to prepare a detailed -'a drpoiltore filed their claim. *peedlly. -

'':' or jlpon the tlnlll&III'1I1 b4II manta, oWtngr M),*, reciprocity clause Indian v'laits.L.'n.1'd1' report. I I .
teacht
t-" ,. "'litinyffiCS. Lfthirg that trout( *i.bll1'ndpolnt ln'| treaty 1.b* **.,,!, the VulW'llPtntea i George N. Wakeflfild. new Allowing arrival of the Man
'to -''* b. I. not tuXHne to, arid 1Ita,,"tt. will affect liAporUMront : : On Wa 808ack to Ptin/ab of vocational agriculture for the I f, who will llctildate the bank' )... t

0 : '1C" clot act' **, alto ail6ikoc vvy / J >gott4h a'ltd Central Homestead and 'Redland echoola .eta. S. M. lhackelford, depot r
/ < *Jn .. That It was, the duty of America and Meilro. Moreover.r B. .. Bajwa, horticulturist *f an wa a sues *f the club this .....II.'t state bank examiner, wM too
'f ,1 Paul 'R. Ruaeell acting a* city'I Francis )I. Dolin, president of the experiment etatloa maintained at Mr. Wakettold said that elnc thl* been In change of the bank dial

:; t:I,. .iudltor to. acquaint your body f Florida Avocado 'Orowere* Kr- Punjab, India by the Brltlah a>.v.ernment .' action' I* essentially agricultural. It went Into the hands<<' ot the .tatoll a
r. and the mayor-of! the Tact that", ObeDII, declare bat he ha discovered wa ta Home t.ad fait rltf' schools should b* banking detartment, prepared t*
'N" taxpayer* monle* in the hand*_ of f proof that Cuba has bad a Weak ae the guest of L. R. To/; Wperlnteadent maid subject Uov**.*?& ftrgtreody, the .....'*
3 f avocado ef the tropical expert here, and he would strive t. m...a Waer imfth
the city were deposited In C. bank: tariff on root this country ...h'fr. andtjlrtdy
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1 Without am..l* security, {ahd by sinus 1HO. Thl treaty of I.... most Station being constructed IU... 1Mr 1't1! j i I bookkeeper, will b* ,/t,lI1aln-.4 a* '
t\! reason. eft -M h the ( Jl."e.f. : between the United States and Cuba hero by th* Mat of Florida Th. Wek.rield .ue""**, JBnQerri teniporary Kdntanle, Pr1 Mr. Oonea'n. a

ly. ti 14 'i till -city may Ice approxjtnately provide that' .products enth Jndlan-nortteulttirlet and Mf. Toy .. 4rtlonal agrlculfair AD orxne poi Jai. will be i
a (ContMrtfed ei Page Fled) free flat athe, timfhf( treaty became friends whet they word teacher. .Under the mll.-.Nue't reduced at tie earliest otftrtanfty.
.' -ait' Mad would remfcti ok the both t'tendlq the trnrVeraity. ofCglifornt art. half .f bM eateryfchfc*'la Mel! Duncan .atld ,:'.
"j 1trOO- ttI" j free Proof' Chat In Ute .umwi' r'.f lift Opera trve II nvftMh In All* yar> *i
) IbIt.j Cuba only ,
\> not ij }I The aah.. lo, thjfia l| of .(**
,I .f. 0' t .; M4* tariff o rr''avocado before. the Mr, IMa''h fhilehed/ United paid tf ttid""tee4al 'eramOiiI.Mr Bank of Hat iata4\wM reme+ed
!14.;, '", 1* A Wt.*. wei.knewn''butcher treaty but also contla. 4 it after Same agricultural course and"' U tn Wakefleld ,wHI *pnd> Ihrtrntobtwe Wednesday ty arMoared truck to N
J t 'avt-Weat Grocery..0'diowrt'street, ; the trwtf would: doubly fnvaUdatOCebs'arezemptlott rout back teftdl* ::'t'slfAf.Pldalak'.xpW'Ittelnt '; *', new Mj open in*-.et*rh,,lcomlfrt" .MYtlnf.ywber0id ;rWbe betdIn, #be

\ '.*.<*ou). HveriHtf}oolt Into top.r.r... t., t>iok Jioastterlft atItdu* io < Uw.lt,Mesa fc."' custody of( 1"f state. .
.; .. '. /of bit. lorf'dot-.- .4.'a. autsttona It I* held Mr. paten left nt working on practically th* eamerrvWO' dittos, one of his autle* win b* -

;1...f:p f a eked. b4 40. .......ol".n.. T :**d** for a.trtp that Fl take : '!,* *ctloa of Florida, base U bart, at frma ibeW redactsand 'ARK ItAttitAiIi.4
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: 'Jun* It by eomeone' who.' ." broke him e..ntually to renew the flcbtfr apeolally estrus ne.ngo, a.otfIa seethed. .,t' Nt.r."i: 1! wun
', j I, Into the kennel tn Mf. WIM'I yard I I00 per cent protectlOB farlar'.d \and gnaws,. Bajwa .,.. One school CteAC -
ii, and the tragedy vat equaled only avocado growers, jckoiM) drawback the Indian,oontcirttiiThiw Jto WM graduated, awn tft* Col. Thrifty 11..,...In! of Ik* Red-
_ "' by the 'daUtire''fof; the Bank of highly cultivated" product each have le the tact that they car not leg pf Agrlciiltur In.SlIt Vnlver- land District are Invited to Mr to
\ Homestead on the following mode Fear(' Intel* a Unite States,,,'r''etdemomBiJd nlld bud their tree for develop. fly ef Florida Ittl.' t-ttit leave pate t and r Jd the advertisementI
. ing. I* Mr. Wlw'i opinion. by the tfarlor'trrad:; ment ot batter Mrtatie. a* that tug totkg Se 4>4i1j( ajrlcultur. the local Cover Farm Slates.
: Mr. Wise, p raletent IB bill 9A"t pf avocados than grew wild In kind of bud will not take a"'j three team tn Fort Whit. Fl** and Among the 'p telal l l bargain e..
''I rot big pet "* ..tU>ed vhertrfa, Cuba. ? Bajwa belt**** this le dear < twit yiawlrt"plant tttt.- ranged tht teak by the In**,
n ,
I "t and polka ahief.t Cr m J-"ckwn- "Th tariff on avocado to the fact that. India lack lilt kumhttt f Fri'a Fees k. has ba ftnte ad- pendent poe fa, banded lagctter
', ; rill to Fort My..' aivd ha' r rnUhed -!result. .f'. fr ItaX'i almo..t .!.- that prevail all Florida., I eisot 'f the Future, Farmer ofitlorilg only for they irpot of blggr baying
.' them with! ptotogrph t .l.-ha'd4 tight Bi.4* ny N,1"boo *Jd,.' Toy MrtdPcf4 hi* Indian' a high ecliuts *tB$int organlutionl power .. obtain dtewounM!
\., the <<".. H the dog I* returned lan," _ld VttiMc B. Roe, one "of friend through tn* district, t* the: _Mill ie*' .tm:tS. 114. which ,tap.b" banded down to the 9
' oweler Mr. WIN will can. oft the the nrehtate'e director, 'Hwtdse Miami curb market, to the various ttonal order Future Farmer of, customer, are Ib. following: Viaanaa -
dog* .< the law I (serve" the tktake tit *v ry aveotdo tropical (arden and t* the .x-:1 America. t t p vn 'w, 'That dog mould bunt from grower to the United State WeheuVI pertinent stations at Chapman field(t Mr. W.k.tlel.11* ta *t Present *,,paten *' '..* ttn.* tt IMKt'vtfsvnitvit }
., Morning until dark sal tit'." b* ..-I all etnail ready to eoopr- and t**> Alfred. The cirrus sold tar t1IW-hotel' ytatIly't ir ttrst'"films tr t site\ A pfluhdi! 'f

tog treng." told his grlf-trlcken etc in any way possible IN the effort topical frnlt tn Mr look more at!..bouC kvptember first by MM. three cane of KJtter .oiknd
j i' HlMter, Ti.re tvaan't another one 6. i Ie iitafctnt for added pro<> home her Ban th.-y do In r""Ilforakt. Wakefteid: and choir small AaogV \.r. tt '.", ,tith "n", .n 0r

Sake him in the Mtlntry." I Ito ti .:. 1 8. ,",t said :,1er "':JJ a. !'IIII.1 'Tirltaih. I H II' ,', Ie .': W"'" r""

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peat by .....o who wpd In tIN -Flirts ol u. *na had omiMta !
LEGAL LIQUOR I -tr ..,.. I was 1Mtereled Ape town .t old days arw not WkW!
prriaSt7n what ..** writer says, to bat..se the put, .bit work aiG
JUST AS ROTTEN .... 1I. sill,""" bdNll, W-.. heed..'we know 1M., to ......45...1.1l. .
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RalJ..,. .j ate Hoag Stay IN tile beet ]
50 YEARS AGO I ..... KatiMiM ..<.. 4htir. *bi .," tu.d mss Over .J I :
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Anniversary Issue Shows awes .w4. "TtrawOI. at that
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ttIIItI. was a offs at 51-04 andMopls '"
} TitusvilJe Had 7 Saloons beau se the .. ]ids would .
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,..-- j "' a M..if .*!.-. There Weft .. .-.. .' .. '." {( ;: .,' '
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often beef Mesta goakbas Ter" at OA Is4y.. .era are ...wpramt.trat '. LISTEN IN, then come in at IFic deb Sank.Jary :.
II U44'*M r. .. fhasa% ........,. in J1erkIe. J .
' the, wore far *.... Una UM days ........... -.. V.tbfalty lr U- Market ; *-j ,
et .. wn.s.tboos .day that T1t..eEIH 'II a sky .f '
TUT Twill
wk*,..... M that mklMUoB ebascbae...... of _'-. 494 afar
M raUtoc"*** OMWtrr, sad, better etty.AlMr I I'K'M II.UIItIo- .na lTt-Cabo HAMS
...... nuUf4l of all our t..r. write, Robert Ra..... IMa dams ...... wwde by dif'-rw..t ndMar b.sao..eased. by
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Ollfmt. y.r-sees m BoG it with -"* tkrraHre4
4 and CM waste to won to iww* who was city clerk Is n. anys: drttdooM.Carl .
cold. lt's
lit,en Ml fw Mwl sateen w ft.i'Whiker. though leg.l was jaM
'Thor were sat w ....... M sown as ration .. the substitute t. that
/ would bars M ..lie..*. I|I.* got new It.t.. had many General A. Field
Tb Anniversary settles .! U.....
early days It was a pretty Public I 'UtilitiesHar.eete.d
The TttwrUk Sttr-AdTOemt my. plaes kol setting drank.WM pot. SANITARY MARKETIn
i fc.m. town pp.r. It *hr nMMBM crlrn*. which wa a gone Iklnc Mtb A. & P. Store Homestead .
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j ,q:' Thursday,July 10, 1930 THE: HOMESTEAD LEADER Paw Three
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Specials For Friday. and Saturday
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TUNA FISH BANS 29c Pork and Beans,ffiSB,2Sc!
AND ONE CAN OF RITTERS TOMATO SOUP FREE
SALMON TALC PNNK 15c .
SOAP KES 19c
TOMATOES N%
HEINZ Meal and PI'odlICEWalErl11Elol1S
RFI a k es 2 PACI
SUGAR FINE GRANULATED 59c PrIde 23c
10 POUNDS G eorgia

COFFEE CUayim : .39c BANANAS THREE POUNDS 14c ;

MILK 10 TALL CANS 89C ONIONS SOUNDS 19c

CRISCO 3 POUND CAN 59c PEACHES 3'GEORGIA POUNDS 25c

FLOUR 2.1 PILLSBURY POUND SACK $1.05 LEMONS DOZEN '32c ,

PEACHES LA CLING 2'/z' CANw22c Cantaloupes >}'anc1l1 Bleat 23c .

RAISIN BRAN SKINNERS, s 23c POTATOES 10 POUNDS 38c
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CRACKERS' 6c Sizo--6'1 B.C: fes25e PICNIC HAMS POUND 8WI" 24c

Food, ,_ ..,CAW'og CANS ., It'Pork I Shoulder "A"WHOLE" 25c'LARD ti
N BON nULK-2 POUNDS>> 25c
MALT 3 POUND CAN SSc.SYRUP .
VERMONT MAID ,BUTTER CLOVER FARMCreamery 41
25c C
12 OZ. BOTTLE Pure -Lb. j

SPINACH CLOVER MEDIUM FARM CAN 14c BACON CLOVER IUNDLESS BACONCLB. 35c ,

KRAUT MEDIUM FARM CAN 11 C ROAST WESTERN POUND BEEF CHUCK 29c

Powder OCTAGON CHEESE FULL CREAM 25c.
Soap lie
3 BOXES PER POUND>> .
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Page rour 'THE HOMESTEAD. LEADER Thursday, July 10, 1930

; l Orders ,' .
IKEOJiESlEAD LEADER! BOX Bait Spray Committee
FROM WR MAIL
for
IQOt\rAcres'
Ingredients
I r.MMw Ttinrwliii at Horn r..R w.ww..w. -goer.r.w.ergo"w.MAY'rA' N'was.w.rwiwrr..ww.rrrlpN wwrr"r ;
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Nook ,la., by the loath IVnU: Ppb.upw I CAMERON REPLIES "' -
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( (Continued from page= the three orgnnlattlont
'It"t" utbr "*ti>I Chandler Mr Carter and Its t'
KuhMt*: ,
-'- .
clot rtrat eouwa
Bldker ..,......**l Leaderssetae -
I aq ,.nCIIPL-- did I think that th* ....- Just'to long .. kwmaa ruble dent wt Could
pinwuloA, .r..., personal opinion eOBtlauo to bo what ft: M and eerier, arly Md manager aftlnat lose 'ir yield :
I. rditered a* cocoad el*. utptpr.Jue halite which ar carried iwio' By,,
f wall. "axed to the offccta of the laala***. selfishness aa4 grNed>eon- of B4Uind Cttru Cintftn AMOCO -, .
M, lt. at Uw poet raft atHjactMd of growers,. peddlers and ,..,1011I.iti
+kftft ft fbe Urlff bill on our loral (lace to aomlnat Ui* Setting '
I Ha, wader KM alt WPRITK. t produota a* published In the meat' Seat ** ln, will there b. elsttOpi Cheri" *. |M/ nf.r ..pt' ,r Individual at,. Chandler saij

.111p'e* .. I'''. trader .t Jpoo M.' would reach op01e101ati91a. oily" raiD Citrus 1Glrosrore 41a"-.1 that his 4)rxapipLJ&I Oouli
U Phillips, r written off a Pose ol' aUtti
t elation; R .praaeq""j bad
th* .yr* .( t*,h*. porhraii via J houJ4 pot bare gone back Ihln .'
Ifh'll. SJM A TKAKPR4TMI tics Armour F rtUltr Co.; OraRhr from this KMfrcf for lat year"t.
fMM. gibes* crltlolam of a par- far la history except tat Mr Cip-
Dr P. ,feU. Mr. Carter laid big
-- --- -- **, repreoratatlve lit seem
Ur4leperegr.pb I stud la Your rletoo carried m* back to tk* Umof '
= J'l':1.t:8Tmt': tl tau* of July }. and which criticism .....It.-f.O ... p. and Klan fhllllp*; Dick Brook represeot- tlatlGa'* loop Was about |1.SOI'' an..
lnt.rt pf M* ftthr Mr CN' eceeclatloe'o long wag itmatd
that HI IjDf. the grove .
ho IntrorJuco bf conceding Out ol lice aball oina the ,Pam"Quotes
. Npr' I leap hi trove the street .j Cia.. I. prookA grove Oereloper t* b* a linllar am ant.
. "tb* *BT..le.* P4 unwelcome Mr. Bla tMoa, from lai ..
I prey In. Lord to help mr foot.rm4 !pepoinar of Alleegr.emenL"j Zion where I tau. framl I know 1.04 )Bi tr of the board of ....* .' The Wall beep FIR" imaging field,
I b* .>K hofer* I [Warm I a tlta Most! Tko tat and! ton ot the FlorUa Avocado ""'I' basso .*cb rape to KM Redlaad !
find ,
( 1J attaint partlcu
I pray twill b* an easy .... fall place I .rS E aclla D(.. Dletrift was ,**tbnttd( to be la tji* ;1
about It. Canwa cam* from! the !
(arty u".el.u .
Albany Evening $" /*, Luther (Chandler called attention neighborhood ef til..'l. 0/
A* for the onurelconio" part. It -or rather from a place of the!' '
'te the fact that *,torday', Mediae The packing tout brads plJll't
y
look to m* *. It)* critic Same II&IIJ.. ;Zlon Maryland, I* a
. 6fJ.JI tijufh pi the nm time to lil.' pod t* rontrUbut ,* t* a fund ferjj
ntt1'n 'ro
.
bad wolcomod the opportunity la tine lUt. $ balers f'
: I I knowledge tbat representative. of the mployroat pf a 4eputUwl<< |
Uy a unaaimou vote the city the same manner h* would wl; How .*_t*tMVnUI propoltloa the three largest cjtrw marketing road ptrolman who will be;
eomo a >'hole* dowvrt-with a proeiipVe4 The mot.c Bupr tn< t' :
eu" *i>M of Wauchula flatly rejected gaited part .speolaeloei.--Redlpal Cltrun 811tr charged to take ill gild BOX** i tar
an otter mad. by the Florida Pub- loosening of the mata long 00 dbcjdtd that a man II *.. | PJp Citrus and Gould Grow whlth/ toe pereen having them l.,.
Ue toryir" Company for the total<< Salivary (land, No pooaecJ.Io titled t* a fair return an hla In-; .M--IB the Redland District had his poMteedoa can, not product !(

Hutu\ and water plant, according I* eagle crlpiuM deliver a lecture o.. vestment This may or may not : managed tq 1M together In a common written certificate Mot 011 tbtJ
economies, preach a ermoa and a.ro with the spiritual law" of '
the Adtncat*, 1 cause. and gold that It auguredwell field boxes. which cost II 00 ut>leo< :
pound a theory In all of which Zl,n, This) tend around Homoatvad ,
for for end their the Miami city
The offer which called for fiMT co-operation career at
h* gives n* a terrific ftlllJplklll. M) worth I HO pot act*. 'The hove
UklM op all bond add interest. protrMM.A I incinerator after they heap
IH* takes mo ever the /knee of M. lose| rats ef |merest In the ut* efFlorida '
.
i. due Jw the seat sire yean. amountIng I a taitr toward tjil futur, taken tx Miami by pddlw It was
mind spanks my puotrrlor, shakes I i. 1%. To realise a not
f., .(00,140. would I""i'I/\lut' \ ro-opratlon the rpr **ntatlvi oft I ....leI.
PI. alt* m* IIII), Jallll.aa.\\ > and return of I ft on til. btvcatauatth ,
|UI.MO net for the, plant, city efd -
his finger n face says; Will have to receive at
Shaking $ ply owner
tleww ...> .- 4ala*..lll. gun.I ..renwwaynrr/aryur ,rw.rw".wrw.wN.wwLIBRARY HELD
$A1FR8 FH3FJ14U
"It that b* a knees t* you Plow leapt fit per for taint Ho....y.r.
be tood And dot)'t tot down until If the owner of the land li willingto NOTES 1 '
I TrAfl* Jttilqll'lJ; ." Burial *f Wilson David Say***, i
I toll nil pop wyWll. accept II'. per aero rent from
r-- shone' that I* Suet Stool I w., sad I bar th*.o..(rto pay hint The BOW July UtMarr Oulld I ll-yoar-old won of Mr. and Mr*. W.
$fconiilt of the, tenul tournam little to do h D. Peyote of OouW. who ,died last I I7t
1. perhaps> bad Tory what asks, end d*> pablq> what J
; 'nj played, .n the now Lions and M I buattd Into print In the h* auk* and t subsequently rrat ,book which I* bow at Ibo municipal. r>dar took\ Place Raturdayrnoa aft'.

.1M tennis court Stage but r- Loader Mh singleton, apparently the land at 111.09 per acre I dray library U "Wooden Sword. bf, at 1 o'clock In Palm <'*me-,

port were Bttbllahed ar* a* follow for the nm .r..*.,11lollllnl' t. that I am taking ythlrj' unfair." Jacquot p vat The Junior Mild J tory at Varaaja Th Rev Harley:

*; on July I. M,. and Mr.. do). llk*.lM "butt Into** print..: ly from either party to the tran.- book ore Mooiland Moueo" b'l Ire'R. Core officiated; at the burial'

Claud Campbell. war* victor In .8. live* I am. Mill Ulo. acala action I door that "It dofrauda |n- Golden Qor**; "1h1rl, Fathoms "lca.
'*. a |....tcl> with the R.v. tad Mrs C busting 'Into pilot. } poloflao for luolry or lncr aoa uoomplur- ) Tb. Turner Funeral If erne was larbug
!jjf: N. Walked on July 4, Bill Bradley dropping Into the vernacular. bu ment" or that It dull the tttt of !>*. by ;pllobergand Wb.a 1 of tae arrangements,
.If* Wfn the moa'* lagte la a match unfortunately I do not pono the buebandrjrftrbap W*. a Girl" try B/n! *tln* Bihum -

vltft. Harold Oxford; pn July f pmt command of ""rautlful aid .oa-H.|ijk, Jaoet ..8FA/lider.. )(010eu..J. Y.If 11P'415T IJJ'lJUD
{ | should fiar n-
boon o .. Add. and EI'uIII'!
Mf** Opal Hebron wee the women KAII.do. erlticTM m. il-month-old
M>rr l ** my teat t* have Inserted, ,o advirwot almotoMRS. Heart Otis f He*
'f 'nll" la a match with Ml* I* neither a defen.* of 11111position : tieeoo.ept l4 the. 1..4..1' II' W bare eon of Mr and Mra William R ,

Raao Tower; 01) July f. Claude nor contreverey Oil fut'a form letter to aj/ props Yates fit Princeton died Saturday tt
C'.IIP"nbell and Font Lpomf run |a _If r. ClnirUto rttranr or plot arty ,.,..,. with. whom I.a la SARAH MJJtKLJV DIVA pooumoplaBurial took place'
.
: a aJob with Itartaa Hill tad .f the word "......lIlallo. (and contact aaylaf "U. not font your Tupelo{at WoodUwn Park ">m-

'J Job* jHeuerM ", the word tat or .**.r4 appears &a land this rear for teen than- piper .'. Pigs, J fhFa/f MaclOiahor ..PO rHI4.0 tory In ..........Th. Turner Funeral A

,.. ,v. doublf l. b* played *oro* hoped Vr.CRncMoa-* would the ac.*." Would I bets' boon four year fvlfk. few aon-1,.. Homo wee ta charge.t'9lt1FP'4 .

tl"* Mil week win bit hotwB Mraa4 waving of a rod rug In the face of equally culpable r would IT law and daughter Mr. and Mra 1Of .
'
Hoe VVaak, JCU14I aAd Ails a JjyJl Wpm *4> iwjy the prob- "Tk stab tear* when a )4 ,1 Ra Tower and BUI Bradley Th torn of iawtlon, or to curb aPHu"- Wind Wrestles with It; the fecbbrtek *. Mo. July J. and I 1s to be The fotutt ooypl lain 1mm* ,

I ..' *f this match will play U a. have boon under way .TTIrino *; the elm !pond forth along buriod today at Pltt b">(. Kan.. dlaMy after the reception for a
)I,1. and lira Clapd Campbell. *! Adam was east out qf the deep groan: the ash pour out according t* a telegram receivedby weeding trip througheouthwo
: Golden ofEdon All have prrnL OHfomla They wilt snake thaw .
moans of thrilling angu'Kh Dr. W. J farter Mr carte
IAttelJ4 Fry b*i abortlvo Recent effort of poc4iltonl) undo, She bad gen to Mountain home at Brantwoed, Cat. Porte

And PJcn Jjslt Fourth the national congress. |o control I cap boar the *401! Grove: to 'POB< the f'/ Urt". Death! land\ Dr..1a .
,
ppeaalet1e4 to atoclie. or 110 pred.c.4 Or if It a Mmpoflt sound that pee two to Mart teUur

FwJ7 one *9U M)4 persona *t- .f the poll bate met with but 14U J I kr.-a roar a shriek. a 1096'' Mrf) Macklla Pot th* Mt tw* BfT; StfH fAM HIM PAl r '
M1 p : .r no *UOO*. It.lea problem lp groan, a moan of tjirtltaf+ wlnt.r In Jacksonville/ { r'U.. LQ8T-JA.II. handpalntd da %
teod.4 the Fourth o( July com- worthy of Mr Blnglnlon very gulch a-I, Mr, Carter who taught "" Wlo.l I!cent* No 191 collar,-Mltch ,
I. mpadfy: picnic end fish fry give In but ortorti. Thor boo boon *neoiteHoa K A. CAMER6K aclenc In a high school Ih.rt.TUBBY (8. D.) Republican
the' Nom.atee4 growers patkips In cotton, IB .".., and In :- z Z
hour on flout, Flagluf avenue Frl- land' as long a* I tea .....*.....*,.1
I Plenty ttl tlaob eorau.... Only recently efforts were bring

Pickles ud I coffee furnished by |hpicnic < mad. according t* published report "I

t; committee ware lupplomontd *. la netablleh *a oarbaoio

with talari, btana, deports tad trading IB Citrus fruit 11&I_ I II N (t'1 GREAT SHAP VW IMP Moor

: other side dishes brought la baskets Perhaps the blcmr land *poc 1!. VMS ti'Chq t10ttI1StY Itt3' Tots OLE APPIeI
1
s f by the womOB lotion la the tMory of the t'sltod Ruri"'AN'W&IC < JUST Lose 1T

y i : The women who helped the regular I, States, tables the voliun* of tic- O'tAER} 0u'lS HAD THAT'S A41e
; qemtnirtee by pooling and culatlnc medium and the pGP"I.1' .- Low burr Oft f it'Irm t,
I nerving the baakett food brought late cuaaldenitloii, was darting stT6 VP
ti : by thaw attending went Mr. lY.j Andrew J..elloon' admlnlntratlon

fi j R Crow, chairman MM Ktrll*I This inwulMllon! hat born repeated

'i Turner. Mr> tWbrg* W. Turner, from tlmo to tlmo culminating In
'1 Jr. Mr*. A. (X Deputy: ', Mra. John fill Florida. boom and collapse of

Victor Mr*. Un Howera Mr*. Wn It II..*. But there bas airs bass
>> (jivm and Mr*. J. M tm. a nwevlatloit approaching/ that inWall

. / j I Street, which ram to BB red

. I Louis Than Quart of Oil lust' Uotobr. It;ilr singleton o,.
Pwt to curb or to control those
1 Used on 789 Mile Trip'nth/age| kt t>,. a big Job en his

: 'I .....nd.. ,,1'>. r tnf jpart I tong ago
; 'When yon drive nearly U\\ BiUw abaadonr4. say attempt to reform

I at aa average opted of 41 miles I'the World. "
I alt bur yea naturally expect a:i 1 disagree with Mr flln Mon u'rIAI1l

route but W. that baalc law ola>
few quart at oil en prohibits *po
H Mtmey. ..nt fry the Texan i:tine )a land orbi t ommodltlo* t
Company, her, ha* first band proof know little 01' nothing about the

that this pt longer need b* the Henry [beep ala> *-... theory,
case. '' but from what I bar. tread rocontIr .

After receiving. telegram Inffwiwc -I I It I* not a. treat .nco**'In, Now
him that his father was Kkuid where the George theory
erotically in at bee home In ...lIeI..1 I air something elrallar ha been u- 10012 AT THAT > } SAIp i

note, A C. Mr Manor loft her OB 1 o1ernl. trial for three .r fourrommonlam 6b. YtGo, } .

,;Mae tt after filing hK. lilt "' _.....
.with Texaco ethyl nail ..*_ '*.*-1 14 1Iot1a1l.tn. BoWiorr,1am. *

tnstof.IL grade V M* ""burned up I t evaagelam .r lrhatever.41"
the read*" M bit hurry lo each hi*t, It may *. that ontmplJM puns .
fatkor1 bedside covering : : mon ,wn rah til** M a fraction over 1:1 l the poophs wilt hardly M ...- .
.wttho.t adding try *U en rout. At k4 during Mr Bln t.ton', "'.'1,.. /

Aedereon Inveutipatloa revealed. ,I pr.o.m* h* boa mor* JTMI at ..r .. .r
f'f'II .110
thai the car had burned l...* than life kd of ham thai tnjr The HA 4
a 4 art 6f the cote Tmtco. Flailing recent attempt Ul Impale to bring r k
''
this father lmp<<11.vd. Mr Bhea.y about the coiunioa ."....W, af

bad big cat drained and remind land ad. the brotkertwod of man
who chi Bw Grade V* Tvxaeo and] (.'bk_ Was the original purpose

toturnod t* H_**.*.., n""t.&II" ..r Bolshevism) has bB shortly.
ruoot 'or two than A quart *f oil M bloody failure Bo WM the Kr nrkiwroJntloa

hie trunk ease when fa.. reached The French rovolatloai

hw*. though of rour* the totttrn 414 not have commonw ortklp .)

tip; lima it,i* toads an auch high lead a* K* .declared< purpo, but
ago" ., fIrlp .rt\, I: k old hoc i -vvwlrty wblci .* *;


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July 10, 1030 THE HOMESTEAD LEADER ___Page :Five
1 .1
''fliv and the ffllinp with which OfiJ'rH Ins night oil'" I I"Tee i

MAYOR FOLLOWSt"SUSPENSIONS' !my work. lj> .lone." opts} j golf" "( i an.JNew a lot or gaaolinv ..,YUII USE MANGANESE ill
es old the iptsV
wW ..ter you to the skeet of th* == was Willi ..'-lea. I 1 1JIN
10 by' .In *> -." 040
i oommtttB that wa typatoted .( tao h.four. '" eretswust l i ... :: I : ,
this xwtell at the ranOM4 .* '<*. =
log ... .,. I :
.
taror a fee week TUosmmlttet
; WITO'CHARGESContinued' ago. "" fjH Mast brae .*Ha>t
composed of CeuseR- Prizes
you how to ,*.>. "'.'t 1107" Putt-Putt
I men Wliitam NmeelWhUa, A. j. {
nptiell (two staunch Uvta,.,amen "y..w the koy "'. '':', ,
( From Page One) ) and ... If. Und..a, Investigated Waw," said\ tja* lawyer 'Suet EVERY WEEK
1&.RIIO.OO. t pour father told roe
'I the advisability Of mb4ning :u.r
"[still .That In t. Interests of IAltgmp' 1'LAY'.tFi" t p. M. "
the offlcee of engineer *.d tat *.- I E\f-W: WUJSilSIUYES'S : ,y
*04ksaid the boy modestly."fathee
economy the office of clip auditor <
WMor and reN' >rt"4 that It folunlHouk : *.
1 M.
fo' pope exists I It unfair to the taxpafora to be "a pretty kmeyBJlow* told RM the lawyer Wealdtry M .. IJtT j&FN4TLittle

.) and oad-bolden In that with enough on his hands 'kjtOut; t4 Untie Isle la mr *attnI'Dttl
the duties of this office can be but U I would lust be careful and : .!
the tu"Ir job an<)Uat 51157 Putt-Putt .
tell ae irurh I could tell the state Legion :
performed at any necessary time found his salary. *.n.n\.t'I'n.ujcae I .
py oilier auditors at at least half thing every tm *."-ic., ""a
14 t
with hi* dntleav Botftfc* and I Homestead, Fla. Summer Green Fee 15c "
the compensation BOW paid for Lawrence received a uW of am- burn .
thla work."I meodatlon from Chalrmt* Mesa "1)00.) your the mid \

charge E. L. Hook a* follow whit on MM effloleney rill whiql? .J

*! their work wa done. .
"1st. That the office el oily engineer -,
"As M tin charge that I was
I* ueelcse and 61ih*>rssary
workln tot a eredlter ef tbeeitylesaid
and should be dispensed with In
Hook' "though my agreement
order to protect the right of taxpayer I
i* t see It, doe not bar me '
who already laboring under
from taking outside ,Work, I will ,,
0'
Burdensome tales, cannot afford to VALUE
refer you to an affidavit from said THE OF
pay unnecessary and unearned
creditor to the president of the
salaries. .; a
council." This affidavit Wilds ,
city
704. That wlth'Jwbat! little *nfttpeering ;.. "
b# ThVodoru Bailey on May It b >, '
biiilneaa t'Ie to
<;ltr.II.
for* a notary'public In New S ork4:
be performed E. L. gooIoea not' certflo* that Hook "h., not and :;>
and could nof earn'a Notary oC SOUND DESIGNNew
never ha been on any regular payroll
|1IOO per year
of mine nor any of the companies -
"11rd. That E. L. Hook has I ,..
which I control nor li he
within a recent date admitted V. .
II" our employ at the present time
Under oath that bo was at that
. that said Hook has don no
tint an employee of a creditor of outstanding
work' for ua In Homestead nor ford engine lives
till city Which I Is very lnconal I tantJ ,
for that matter: in any part of ,
'lth his duties a* city engineer.! >
na *,,C untT. lor which we havepaid
4th. That E. I.. Hookas city
engineer has boasted that his po- him, during the year IW nccetcration speed and power with,out

Itloa with1 .th. city .... In .') the work that he (eetlfled
to In the luetlce of the pores court
that he had five of the seven coun-
a been don tor u* w..
ttllmeawho were personal"friends 0 having sacrificing reliability or economy
don In July, Uf, and be Wu net / .
!lot him and h* bad no cause to .
by ua, tot teatlfy* \ .
compensated\ eo .
"orn'I'1b; has a bad reflection ; .
Ing that we do not rememi .
,
upon the office of city engineerand '
members her of any work that k* ha done of the city counclLLIVINOSTON
for u* In Homestead since July. t !

8.E. tale . that we have naked
:
| """Mayor of Hometead, Fla- "
I Mr. Hook to take and :
survey pout "
The first ""h.,.*" afalnat Mr. Cenci other,piece* of property for ToE good performance of the Ford car, f'i-'I
(KiiMoll li thought to refer to t>*
an and he less refused" to do *"." ao'
h due
time; whoa lie was both mayor and apparent on every highway

auditor for the city of Homest"ad, "A* to personal friendship "a\- j mechanical f'i'If
The second refer to the closing of Ins anything to d<> wisp\ my holding largely to-the sound. design /f

the Bank. of Homestead en June 11 this; office," Hook continued "I of the engine.It \ !
with S2S.OOO of the cltyi moneyondeposit know that the men on tile council

only $10,000 of which would never lot friendship tnttead ha ou..lat1IIna..Ct.tl'ratloD-d ,

proved to be "enured. A* auditor of qualification control their judgment -

Mr. ttuucll pay, h* li required to and I would not be 10 foods and powers yet that U only part of itsvalue I '!:
end quarterly a* to make ouch a statement a. I L.IF i ,
monthly report
prepare to 'ou. Greater still U the fact
accused of.: ) ,
on the city' financial con- am ,

dition and do whatever else la required I "Fu/ther than thin J. will nor that It bring you all theM feature

br the council. Ha bad not : nothing until after the report ufI 4 '
been Instructed to see that the deposit I the recent liu>e tljrHtlng.couipilttela wt'IttolaerJJ ctA, either reUubUity or A

woo kept covered and a. h* In the hands of tb* eaunTO 1,4cconomye '.

I* not an officer of the city that I. 4.... ; by producing turbulence within the "

Slakes deposit and draw check 1NSTAH Or.ICER# That U the reason the Ford car hat cylinders during compression The spark
1* had not assumed thin duty, h*

said. The third "charge" I* the Officer for the Homestead ?. O. gtvea such satisfactory service to mile thus Bashes quickly through the whole

economy argument that ha bees O. F. lodge will be Insulted at the h :
;
lion of motorists all over the world fuel charge In and
resulting quieter
council ,
thrashed out: In previous regular lodge meeting nut Tuesday i f.;

meeting, ending with the employment night by Ira Barnes, district: and has been chosen brIO many large more effective engine performance : "
of Mr, Russell for period deputy grand master and big Installing t

ending on July II of this ,ear. At ataff. All lodge mem- companion that keep accurate cost fig Other factor are the direct graviif'I ,

that time the council will decide bare ere requested to be tll....
whether o* sot It will bo advlMbl urea. In every detail of construction It gasoline feed the specially designed

to retain the service of an auditor, his been carefully planned and made carburetor, the new hot-spot manifold, I M
and If ao the aviary to be paid him. I I ,

> 'Regarding charges against him HAS for the work ('t ha to do. aluminum pistons chrome: silicon alloy :
Mr. :Hook maid: ".* to my duties I*
Office I will refer you to my agreement MADE GOOD with I The design of the compression chime valve of larger diameter, statically and I ;

with the city council at the .
time of my appointment. MIN f her la an important factor In the efficiency dynamically balanced crankshaft anti ,

This agreement provide that 11f.1! of the Ford It 1 built the .
engine toallow flywheel, simplicity of the electrical
Will make plans and supervise aji' '

city construction-such a* water $&* free passage of gases thrQMgl the) cooling lubrication, and fuel system r "
Service sewer ec>lIn..19nf street
Improvement and water noftenlag ** valves.and to thoroughly mix the fuel and accuracy In manufacturing. f;'

and purification, make so land

description for tile check 1
taxi
roll to prevent overlfpp/ 4.- ,I Same Price for Over NOTE TUEKK, LOW y

scrlptlons. Illegal assessments andpmlMlon 38 Years 1 PRIC'ES
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of properties' from the taxi :

911.. art at UullAIng\ end piHmbone 25 ounces for 25/ 4 $ Roadster . Nag $ ::74
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Inspector and take care of such ....- f
other engineering preblein as may i KOMmtMittioN: t rlattoo I e i4*

confront the city from Mm to I or PO""DI Tudor Sodaa 44}

time. usst..v ova GOV..JlJlIU'Y ''I I 1 Coop* . 41CSf
"A* to the necessity of tile At-J
PportCoup( .. .

I Do Lone Coups CMTn

Tliree-wlndW Fordo Sedan "0h
G. R. Oldendorf CoePLUMBING
D Laws rfcaeteai 6W 6

Co*v rtlU. Cabriolet 60

Do ..... Sedate ttjp

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Nor Foam Town SEDAN

1 i S. W. 2nd Ave. Phone 565-11: ,

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V In this new oil are all/ the qualities 'welch\were L never before obtainable in airy.. one oil. There ,;..:' TEXACO 1
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'were oils that gave remarkable mUeage\1\, here oils, that flowed
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to ,,, ; .' body to S. A.:.E.. (Society of,AutoraolivoUlnecrs. ) viscosity: t ratings. The price I is 30c a d 41I( .'" COST.'

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"r...... ('ban<'tft' will crow Iwau.llfiil t
13 ao.I Hlnmg. It yon find exrunc s t.. I
for others end not for yourself."
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I By giving each service our earnest attention we :r'a -

Via ()live Ktnnedy who bas Mrs. 1, W. Avery and her ton.Jaeon. =3 develop the feeling of community Confidence.Turner's
beau taking courts la nursing. a& I Wednesday.. t* speed a -
the Worcester City HAiplUIWorotr. at evoral dy In .t. Petersburg with ?Y "
v...* U expected hen ;Mrs Avery' eoa-ln-law and daughter i Funeral Home -_
this week-end by her mother, :Un. tilt Rev. amid )I..*. Everett L. "!"
Louis fj.bl*. P,elre.. FLOIUDA LICENSED EMBALMMt: six .76 S82.11I .
24-Hour Ambulwioe aVrrk .

Mr. Aid Mr*. fyrman marks: Mr' B. 7. Smith, bet daughten Flowers BI.U, IIonMXaKt I'hone B 4-R Day 0* Kl nlltllllllililli I
aa.a as their guest la Henwete Mt** Margaret Uendrlcka and Ml**
Mr. M rk** mother and he jrfec..i Alice Hoboes returned Saturday

Miei Dna Feckett ef Tune. I Contlnutd on Page :Wine) I ," ( ( W!! lmIIWll!!! !!lJ lU mlI!( ((IIDDRIIIDlUnDUIII""lliillUnn!(! !

The R.OV L V. Wright, new paefnt -
of the M E. riuri'h. South
Vuh'&jr bright and their 4.ugh-
I an he Misses Elizabeth and Am*.
lla. Wright, arrived Thursday *vnIng .
from Perry, their former ttomt.
wi ....---- T&tre's to
Mr* C.: V'Sutler end Mra J W our your
iSnglliV and her men and daughUrWtafred .
Awes and Mary Oaaengllih .
I plan to lead .Thursday tor
iglathvrpe 0*.. where they will
tilt )JrI!. Butler'; brother. R. L.
,ngllah. They! pun lira tt visit
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:u.., B. C. Murphy ur",4
!. !;v,..,.. .lr.m Jackeonvllle where .1'w
'be we" visiting relatives and
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i Mr.. Hod Dumb and ran, Billy. riifllifllit rli .r iii1 1 ifill r{
"rived Tuesday night from their +{,il
.air la Colqultt, O*., to visit Mr.
141.'.. parent ilr and Mr*, Ben
I",udtl who returned recently
in a \ lift In Colqultt.

I. ,rrnto Davis who wu InK AJtalf ,.{ riP1 i :} j'liii' '!}

1 ,. of the local A end P. Btofa ? t Iilllrt-, }
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'.I.' Mr and Mr*. I* id Brld/es '
r_ on I'helf'vteMtOn, lm."lIa; .
hunger nt A P. etoreh ; : sJl
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J "i "ry Droo*f, Ace, formerly ot <.. J1dJIfi
1II..tl' cI.Jl"t now ,r West Palm
I nar 11 was n business xlnltor W
.I : ''omelt..or *ln.ed8' ;

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Ira. ,)I. X Swan and her son
flUe Molina" left Homestead lastweek r
: f,r ekmnvlUe. At Jactvllie -
\' Mr* Swan .teas Joined by Y4 0i
Mr Bwln, and they went to Prinr -
ans. MJ"or a raoatlon of three
month Noble went by hue to i
,lane.vtll Via. where he will enter ;{
an aer.utkAllICllooL < I10r
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jUr. (
: and W.... Mernian J. tent
annouBce the birth of a nine
pound boy at their home In Warn:
on Saturday morning at 1:10.: 1C.OOO MILES aver *0 hinds ef NO SIGNS HERB of cupping of *SEE THAT EDGE Sharp and
pods and sid wails. .m Mill uneven wart Silveitewn her a den even after enough service to] I
I mulnily smooth and live of _.., laugh tread that .**,. MtufvaratMiytil*buyer* Neque
Airs. J. T Massey who was fori mckt and age aurk. Never wan dom ilawly and evenly. W.tof lion hen of traction ** proMcueatgain
i ,.1'1, Mr* A. A. Dibble' will live / bet .* age-free *j Sllmtowoa, due curing angles the last bit ol treed akUding.. why the:
I are this summer In the Doyle to..... ipecitl,long-liwd,l...._.f rubber. wr at slowly a* the Crete SSwwwn traed I* =ied M b4
I house *n First street near Flretaveau tread and tidewall ruboef conpound. makes the tin tough ckuc tIuo .b. the finoel Mod patters la the fikt

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;I Ml* Elisabeth Roberta Mlee.uthryn -
.. Cost Alias Lot Wo%>
leery njnd idles Uodll Heart tilled Publicly established Mileage Records, show you '
q < M Edgar Maha Monday aftr
(' r oon.I what Silvertowns' do on your car BALLOONS

I I. Vrtedrloka of the 'le4r1clll'o. '
29x4.40 ..............$ 8.25
rhtoe Shop was 111 two dy thl* TOOK at the picture above And look at Its Know any
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v....k.r. J.J. the other tire that look a* food _
study caption 30x4. 0 .............. 9.20 t
just below. So* the coiull. after that ouica service? "

J. O M-Crory of New York and. Ion of this SUwKtown after 'W* have the blood brother 30x5.25 ......,........ 13.23 oJ
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state .fWM'rer1
Keenen inspector
,: ,,*HtruU|. >8imUe.Ttur of this tire In stock slight now
+: Wednesday stores, were Impacting In Komettoad Mr.- *'* the gnawor to youri Casings identical to It In abU. 32x6.00 .............. 15.95'33x6.00 ;

,uaailoat T> r '.the proud at Ity to ttead up under terrific
propertied .
MoCrory'a here
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f -- Sitfvertowl/14a dot punishment. Com la ..* ..............

t, :Mr. and :Mrs: Lane Compton TU SUnrtovn l to one of tho them price them. HIGH PRESSURE '
: Mra. Flora Compton and friend 41 that toured the country They COlt less than you

f .,pent the Fourth of Julr *. Key I with the Silver Fleet but year. think...and mil for mite,era q \ :30x3Vi ................$ 6,75"" 3 I.,)-\'
large flehlnv. It was photographed afltf low.et-pricdtroeyoucao. .
I' I6UI punishing mU. b.,. Year .. have your UI 30x5 .............,. .:JMJBO, '" .n-\
Mr. and Mr, B. C. Murphy and V t" i'
family spent the Fourth of July on ,
Miami Beach with Mr. and 11,.*. ,' ', '
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Prod Yebtr and family
Qab.... and Mr. and Mr J J. Colbert Good dt ." ,
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0 days, ST\TIONNO.l HOMESTEAD FLORIDA STATION NO.

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Mr and Mr N T. MeCdttrtny* Mr..*..* MM A. 8 Delis ado eteyi tki fctter part of.'glut wtok.R Rival+ ahem that Spent the trou""i' a i
\ IN PAROUNDIIWIffilEAD and their wa Nelenn. plan t their two daughter who tort two I .f Judy sit a. fainlly reunion "'lth r'\f'
i leave Friday for their faro In:i i week sew tot a vtalt with rUtttvii by and Chariot Carr art Mr. sad Mr*.. W. M. Bdward? and }
Town Connor O*., wham they will i; Rartow sad Mavvnnah Or. ani .peadtng the summer with their )f.. tad Mra, 0. IX Edward. Oth. "
Stay tHJ th* midOl* at September sspeeted back neat week dmo/ber. hi.. \Y. I10t P\P'1il.! It JMelUXMI ..the "mll, who N'I
-.....-- They will tend ..1I1I4&rII TallahaaM -'+ Mr and Mr*, p: a Mangtto too Salem Oa.c '*rnVwer li.l ftdward *f Plant ;.;;
(Continued from pap *1,M) flatting ar.... MoOonrtaey*, .re vlalilng Mr* MangW' motHW, City C W: Kdward ut ..... U... ,...vt "I
ad from a trip olD 'ort Mxer to speed daughter Mia Beth Frywho .4*,I Mr*. Wright, In Montgomery. Ala, Fred; jtyhmldt/ echo ,; avow living N C,, and Mr*. J J. Tuner atBVetet "';,.'A\\ "' ;
:: taking a summer ..ours. In the: report that the temperature there puaMlaa. "
of July) with end ;;, ,1
the Fourth Mr. I at t> ** " Florida mate College for WomenEljaatwth was 111 degree recently.
Dirt AI4rmB They branch e Mendajr and Monday Ought l In
back MIN Aaoaa Wttaon, a 'Oll"al UuiueMead.MlM (every who ha beea at '
of Visa Hendrlrjka. who will visit I '/ Skill, Inn of th*' Dr. c. W Mangu bu ,.,tvd eVrevea, O., at the cUcen' '
HomMtead Girl Seoul W word from bid daughter. Mr*. Peel training Undo U eapvcted home th*
with Mr and Mr* Smith ant aloe' pIMa Miriam purui who
leave woe for the Margery Daniel. Edwards .( Miami Beach who) In at lint ol the weeks j'j'Fort
3I ReJl4rttk. pent a week IB Key West Visiting: ..; It 't
-. Girl Scout camp near Palm Beach j jMr present tat Italy, that She will Mil Mr. and Mrs. j'etit Roselle. returned !
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for horn July |l
I Mra, Nora Green who formrl'l J Wednesday afternoon Emmett Ktmmon! went to KefWeM i'

lived In Homestead *. R. R. Borer and eblUrea. Mr. Carl Vedas anddeschter.Dorothy ,' Wednesday nlM ale wont i* Ml- lost week U work IB a Kent rylkro. ,' ., ,
Fourth' of July nab fry here and Nancy and Bob left Monday for! hare been Ut this week.Mr awl peach R>., yUH WIN Marl ..*. : 'J
nut many old friend. HendereonvUle, tf. C, where lh"y I, Brit till HuMay, '
J< will spend the Summer. Mr and Mr*. A: T O . *. Anna Nabon left tb* drat
f -- )fro and Mr. H B Edward returned started .In the poultry bean \
Mr*. J. A. Smith/ and eon Archer of last week for Martin, Tenn. ..i
John Rica of yveonaocket. I. Monday nl,ht from Crystal at citrus Center "...
left Monday for Miami' Beach ft where she will spend the summer f fIt.. .
where they have taken an apartment I who lined to atua.4 the H.mUdchoola With her. ton. Wilbur who >. em- -- -- -- f
". They were accompaniedby I has completed his four playel<< at electrical. work Him ''t' ,
Bobble Crow who will b, ,>rCher year couro at Dartmouth College She 'was accompanied by her
, '* guest jht* week, i with high honyn. lie Mpecta to nepheW Joe Burton. Jr.. who will
1!1. 11 enter Harvard \law school Jo m*;spend the summer there with theat.I .
Mr*. R. L. tybcon who had. fall Greatest jt6PLY'
been spending two week In Miami! : I, Mr. Ira K Nethery and tier'niece.
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plaiting Mr and Mr J' C Hobson Mr*. Campbell Mr. HIM Edna Cragdock of
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and their :. .law and daughterMr 'I Dean Baxter, Mir Ross Tower. Humbeldt, Tons, who boa been
and Mr*. Carl Llndergren returned -' Mir Nald Brook and Mln Mary her guest since Wednesday of lat ,
Sunday night !Elizabeth Kront spent lVdne week plan to leave It. tint of nest
,( dayalMr Atbtmi Jkaclt., week let Humboldt where Mr*. TireValues
i Mia Ruby Buiery of Miami came .
---- iNethery will sit till He pi: amber ,.
i. Wednesday to spend a week ,..ltll' *. Fleda V. Much of the On the way north, they ,wilt be
Miss Franc* Brawn, Hughe geed company of Miami joined al Leeeburf br 'Mr. HUery .
pent Sunday afternoon with Mr '. Sister. II,.. D S, Reeves, who'
C SC Allen who hal) been and Mr. O B. Parker Mr. and bat lately moved there from Lake'
$ traveling through -. Georgia returned Mr. Parker were la Key Largo W.rtll..all' Miss' Jel Reeve oHumbolt 1
Paturday He plans to sunder morning who vested Mr' Nethery
leave shortly en a fishing trip to i i her ever the weekendT -
Naples with Mayor n E. Livingston Mewls
Miss Belle 1 the Of
guest
Mark Ilardee. and Dexter imlth. her sister. Ism Harold Kennedy la ,W Smith: and- family whomO'ed t ever fertxj here!
-- )Miami here about .a jnooth ago
| TaM klirrr'INS G_-
Mr. and Mr. L. M Bridge and front pompano moved bark to thai
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: year Bossy Duty tine top
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t from on Alvin. returned Friday night'I Richard better, Jr, was rick .w,. vaee--r-... 'in- the Ht for atiaalag leak*.
a trip te Albany and Da..aon.Oa. '
with tin measles last week. Key lira on'arn tai extra
.. "where they visited. i Largo Items
JoI"1 I .,...., .0.... O a ly become
Bridges' parent Mr. and Mre. Mr and Mr' T. O Rohrer of jj-rTTr.Hr '. ,. i. Jirir.v GeeditM b.U4 MIL
J Clark and Mr. Bridge brotheraad Miami were guests of Mr and Mra.f A carload of book given l br *
? LIONS' MORE .. aa5
*l.t0r- W. Bridge pa the return trip day While aero Mr Rofcrer weal Largo Library was returned
I values ..... Coat
Apo wAVY DvTT oath p *
they atopped at Orlando .* flihlng on Key LerlO. I I Homestead Saturday by Pr Oeo. L.
lIe rln. ; tthwre; ,they Visited l ftLitlven. .I\ | Engel. a. tker was a* one whowee ia-M with* 604ecesp.rstheta any wtkot trootBeotlal
I Thirteen different kind of fob able to keen the library eyes A11 Weather
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j ":; were.repreeente* In the catch made regularly and ave that the book
a .Mr: Oil 'ltd. frank'JoI.r,,* and IIr W. W. Severyand Harold Rob.i -' were kept la eoadltloa. Local donations ooaialttOMU.EaaNemaee. .
a daughter, Botfy. hayo nu to Mir i rer when. they wereTlahlng on Key and the book donated ; Kf. JfLVT DUTY /trq p.e, Tpe....
amt. Beach for the ewniuerMi largo r"44' i I the library throuf J. I. L_ ot 4"Oft" .."" ,... I i
I I I1M. prldfeDort Cono are being held alo us"" u. M
Of M. ilWr hal ;1Ia her ... and Mr*. Ry Chandler \were" over aad will be leased out to key ) fbJA nd<< 1
guests 011'" Fourth of July In Fulrord Sunday. yl. / rkdau. These book may i o obtained "IUDr n.u UOUN1'1NG.
Mr*, Ch I). Waahbdrn and her at Dr. Kneel: ....et.ne.. yFCTOU, GUAXAimtDJ0x4.50 + I
v dpughter.Wr... Foatoa ,Miami Miss Bernice M' ?: I\I..fe/at.I"'l.i I \ Qaejfcy, Puny- *
..............$ 9.25
4 4A 4bl -- Mary William left Mr aad ..... O P. Hill and family i retook at Wp.ede teewpl Ise

Charles Perry of Miami visited speed a week with MISS Antoinette spent Saturday sight la HomoUad 31x5.25 .............. 14JOO cae..at.ea Tiro >..M...
Oeo Koeel )r.., jVednedayMr More at her home on Pigeon Key .
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tad Mre Lane Compton of Mr. and Mra. Henry French announce .1 T. ieakln Curry left the middleof
Oklahoma City. Mrs. Flora Compton the birth .of a baby boy the week fer .a short stay In I
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I and Mia Leaor Compton spent IFriday { June I.. He ha been named Mel I Key Weet '
at Mleml Betch I ton I. Roy. '

three Mra. R M Oppenhelner and I E.: 0. CIIRONISTER I Central Filling Station"RED"
children bare been
haying|
with Mr and Mr. Stanley F. John B. Tower, )J. C. Plastering Contractor ,

Matthews lnc* their home In Ken. T-RAT goo i.>V. IH Fhtr .I'f'' Li
S clan burned June U. It .to eotl TIIUR IAN Proprietor
llumcetoaxl, Fto.USEJUANGANESfi. ,
mated that Mr*. 6pp.nhelmer loat PBOKB M J
about |l.too worth of furniture

-and personal- proprt/ln the, fire t. I Ir Homestead Florida'

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Telephone 537-W .
)IOM TFAD. FLORID.*. == i

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Annie Mayhew FitzpatrickJnMuM PRESS YOUR SUIT FOR 50c ,

PbrrU PAW ?*...., /".", Byl (CWajtfrraionr+ of Iripiit
PIANOFORTE AND THEORY I I II

Bedteail Road limp Wry prim Phone IMS No extra charge for pick up and delivery I


.. .. for minor repairs and buttons. = t tz
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JDttra, Ajrocedoe, Mol Palme, fled .tbemBcdfawUI = Neckties free. 1 ,

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s.cJeCp ve If want real French dry cleaning 1
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Road end Phuamw* PHre r 11-4 Maps, hilt you

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One day service when desiredHomestead ," I

LYON BLACKBERRY t

l 'is a BUSH and ned no expejujve and disagreeable Dry CleanersPhone ia

,. trellisipj which must be put up every Winter = e

and taken down every summer for the rest off S6o. [ g

your life, = -

:: LONG VIEW NURSERY
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Im, blew ytu4 one Mlto Samtb of tang. view Club Bvaoo
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THE _HOMESTEAD LEADER Thuwday. July 1CL 1930




I f: Social Events in ,South Dade: ...:. i4 al ..



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MINN "MART MM1JKK: WKlHi l aud Mra. Miury HawhlM also altcndoil MISH MMOAK Hfftltlt: wilt be titles Ids asset path long'. TF'ITYIRKEE) YIS1Taitl"r..o' rARE
JlA"" | the party. iTo 6t'1GJ \HFJMti; : oi.ni I .IfM ttooaalle.Rflahm. 'nrtTAI'UI,
l'i, t:1 t I The Class maulMrt prraittt M- :I MM I.PV Hmook ww boat*** to >nW. wore .rvad tit I M"IId" $ CNMMMk and Mb*
tr4 : "eluded: MlM Htota* Broom trftoCnmttiM tire O.fnh.!iuer -Club at n.l'I'K I !,f list ttnruota, .... and jliidMwn Who rr.HM. Arty A II,CUt( phi, 0.,'. when they re- Brown !tI"H." ...r WIUIMilvMiM JbMNtk, of Kendall Wwlnewlayl Wobw Bradley, the Allow Ida uadQltv i sty, wars tnwta ot batten at a flab .
Him.\ ,1 irDm lli'M-rly. M...... B. ,, I''I., ,,.. Tliwufe Mta.&UotM!.._.:'' .ltbt. Three tabled of bridge worehi / instal. Miss. Ruby ttuiler, dtoftcr (. K'.r U* o TburwUt ."
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,.1 i v '"I'I.J'U, their d.u.".*.., M l I-M n..nIC4l.,..W...Hni slid ....>' .*..... High score prizes! wore. Carl D.,1r. Sari VMd Bill JT.r- I and at a luncheon and limit* partyat
I |, :,in, 'Ij"' n.urrlage took Mill' a Hmllh.. I I Won by M'a% Roes Tower sad Johnfleufr rite and Moutlum HuMwIle./ the ha'm ot Mn Rtykiend F
and the connotation I 4
unnrUweat
Irljil ,I n ,itety11)| !q.. Litter part, of -.- PUlllpa flatHrdxr.!
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IMY. I II 1'180'141:11\: ".. I to John Uuutlor. After re'ttywahfsleata I "VAtATIO.\; : I" TQPI(' I
neirtrti ""ttftlt.\r I were Mr'.d. the party i I.I.ACII'E nvt KEtlTM;
N.''f.. .at..ure who attended high MR*. : I AT MIKTIVG;
/h.ul qr..r w ,e copular *ad astir'ih Mrs Annie 9.Y411 Pit petttlkwas egJaeh dancing at tahltl Beach I,I "Vacation! .". tire Rood of them TO BE HI.I.I) .,
H" ..,1 ulfl4hu .lb. lr.t.11 l Ruin M owe\ '"."> kottaw thr I I [)them present ware: .....'.. C. and whet ona ohoold fa oa them I Mrs. Annie MTb$l asOaM
I Iey.4 'iw-r for a itluirt time botar.i'i "huinv Tuntdny when a haad I' 111\..-... Mr. and Mr. H. O. Tfe.o'j: wa dlacuaaed by members of thef.dland r..k'il .felt muditet' ..still" 42t 11. i
"i'inlber, storm kerchief. shaver ww flraii com-j; man Mine Helen Brasher Epwortti I/ag-tt at the lit 1.1 at kr born* 5.Mttl.r, .(*,- J
Mr MwM' her birth- Halide Brooks, Mica Hel Ho*_. 1 1, noon at lilt: ','.1 i
Ti-Y! plan to make th4JIr.. *ri l.lhnHtll on j league meeting in the church Sunday In the fit* roelt -
r..,prr.t. hetla'In' t'lf'Wf'ty! ."......., days'a! ......IIlaMtth'tlllla, ell,", Mia Rdlth Olenn Howard | eveMnit. Extracts o* the tub.lleit .| -lfor oho .aWlmo.. Theca will ''
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fM" >Ui 'In employed In a *.rajre.i with pnk: candles wait urn .... Thwoinrn ton, Tom Loomis, und C. W. Cul-I" from various author were'ruial I b. "..row: each month.MlM ,'
.- I of the club ,.."'" .I I dtirliiK bcrUon. I land; rommmta ware nmd. The ....:..- J
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11.1311111K.1H 0141111404tyr ; the nwrtlng.I I ttov.; 000. 11:. l)fIupl Java ta t lar- KIMF.L noMTEKH
"l ALIAart : I l'ri..:riil {rare t Urn Lee H f.ehlIIn. AHKMK CUR PLANo eating tall' *' ;tAT All JAv' I'AIQ'V' .
itth ....irr. ...,. Oil"att. .' .I- / Mrs ......IIk II. Dot, Mra.l'nink .' HrJtlKN: OK CARD PAIlTIEfl | Allen Dorotty H&lBM was. leader [j lk>dtt K H woo (Mote** toMl.
.. i >'r I Ifto-iUett -tuIT thtlr' 1'f.f1. I.. Bklll. Mra lliiry Tnrnnge,J Plans tu rut on u aster of card for the tvt-irjf. .. Katliry QMrt, MM >tlmbothHolMirt .
h.u i.i ... liniil.iy ii'gjit by maa Mow l.vn.l Kni," lvn .nd Mr>. Krtilli parties beginning next Tuaatlay I I *.andill""* Ir._k Rohivr atan
,.' .< ,/I "M.n, id. r.n ii 11. The children |iri-"<'nt were.and |I night art the !1I : iii, iiiUv "r fin, mint riff'\ e itIt. I; I'm] : Harv..jr Ru; Frank: an If! vi hilts 1 11.: ,HI tad Kkltl. Thpivlon. KnimltiAnnul -. Aromi i MmA. !I A talk by M.... _.yn*>uf OMM wattles was enjoyed U Ibo Keaelattar
,. II staid fi-rcrf.i K.-ld irt'l K. 'i. i He" i A home. tote Wktoh the
t. day was
I '.ua .f I II I "" r-t. fill I a d )I"- I I president of the Woman'* Clttb ofth
{ n \ .r, lit t..t.l. detuti ", ,',h'nI" C9xttaa 1..lHtIftn.. araull it I i- t IM, I' Hfdlnndi, featured the meeting spetla lit Hgmasdtltd.
: I i. Tl I, its'lfli-nil J inata11.1 I --- charge 0- jot the Junior Woman'a Club when'j Ilwliaaaatlag wa the dlvenhm for ,
: : : : I'ri i rh ,- the afternoon and the
'MiKr.ii, I Mi" Heulah IT.M..IUTIOV: ASKS" C'Littyl t tiMra ( MIN HOd" KOM wan' hoaMMMj I i slumber'
1 TO MEND: rtKo.ATis; 'iuii K 1.1 tm ''tt' party (\(eoMpl d the dajr-
i \ 1.--KI ""1, alas LllllllovMMilcn. $ Italy" afternoon. A toner received ey
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"I.t. I Alike MurjriiiiiMkeli.il. | Th., e....uti.a board Qf-thjl: ,Vied. the Ulftratb.a'; 11I Hi LfInant Mr. Dan from Mrs, -.".- .
I I J"r-I, I.. tetra Floy list'Ill/ : ." I ,I Mm CM-HI: .. 1, E Jolno... } WIT! rneeVJuljt' 11 at! Mra. j E i! Oavli. &11W U Brad- (I. was also ri_. XHaii: Ko'cl gave Joyed Ii winner fount. en Miami
the hrUHIan I Ilcy, Ui D.HIM Mmlth' ii'i l MM, it HsacheNIV..dnwtUijr night! : tIt the
$1,1 "pporlor "i I i Hw liable .I IMI. Taunt Woman' AOBtattBa4hoUM.a *- paper on "lion, Appreoltlona I j r <
Bart fir -i "H1IOMKATKAI I party wIre i Mt., Jot Li Rom and
li,,,: .JU-idlMfil led aupHi the ,lorna. of;j HoateaMi nppolntad by the praldnt -
I"" ., ,r.,-.1 l.'. emu.. Mr. ">'fnMt'.avoI\u;:: *' lIttI r""int trK t for unit mouth are Mr. ,I Ul l : Or e*; Muulfy At M'aml.
I 1 I//. UrMnTdj h ,'I..hl.uppnrt***'' In MfeM'wt. 10 A..m. InunedlaMyfvU > OROlV ATTEND; H..man Walker and Mrs. Carl, Ml Viola )Bradler, the Muses Ida
I imtml" 'Mirt., JaoqtiolHw) trftf, At Ittyi, therf will bmaetlr.it .. ITHIT tiACI>tRDAtE: ) PICMO aohumucher ,. I '''4., 0.%* Engel Karl Vltld, nUlIJJwl'n.
It it iiWporttr of l vionM. a *f i. tderatton, called Horn 9tis, p ,apt. wh Itt.nd.1f Thou who attended were: Mra. ., Uill Morrla and DuuglasaROfaell .
Mr., hi J. 1'uiittl .I gr the outu ldeDW Alai T. T. St vl -I the / i-' I'' .' o 11 'I. Fort ,,mollr Pnne, Mr. C. A. Halntu, j *.
I '" 101 ,.. Kdili. llobaon: elpb: u. 16 th br-lawa, rein-1 I-iudei'U. ri i Wi ... Alto H. M... Gorge Turner, Jr.. Mra. Ctrl --...-...-.--
.,.. iti.. vininlr' JnrrntMi Jtlv- t..e ch n>* ,0| the eucutlve B. B, ..lt. !.a wen on the n>op- Pr.tnmaclier, blips' f.ola l \Vuodbury, The CalendarJuly
ul' >iiiin : MIN lilimclwrMM ,,boitr/ fl6Mting#. lion .ot......rtest, Mra. Cbra Delia MlM norotbIln Miss Elise -
I ".. I I heimilur fast i .f'It\lb, I* entitled to five del, Orlnold. M.... B. f. ('plln,.,r, bath Roberts, Mlaa Kathryn Cam 11--Th* Pythian Water, will
I.,,. I :\I, .- Allot Hulk;: llutler. "I"I I I frot..lI, an* *| full nttvndunrr la de- Kllmaheth Oaplhltw, Claus Orlnoid Mlai Esther Orunw.ll and the: ho* ,HUM W the L O. 0 F. hall.
fl, ,, ". el ..,... IK.i rmM. L10 bjL'.ilr', d. -4, who served on both the reception .... July U Mra.. Aonte WayhwFitiilMilflck
I 1 r1. J. 'f1lJlll) **. Miu ItYrt I-r > ,will the l awppr colowelitilasea"' win give tee Vuly. may
,1.1' rwntdpttothllfig Imn 4ui'tTli: PARTY on"tN': Bitt .)'"0..1.".. AmoBf the,,haH) i Tommy Hodnon, Jr., was hoot tola *ty..f recital.
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I. "., flHI I vrs .oro whip t tRMW.* 'A,>O MliS. UUMitJAbonv MM>41. o. n. .'. sail KcUkaha INTOCJnt tow HtU friend M Miami Bmiefci J\, July U-TJI. H.-T A, xecutlv*'
; ''ii-. and ITI.-CH rthbou-a.1 j aava y. neighbors and were: ?1..... J.. y OwJprxHldcnt 'Fit W. n.-v. his ripri* blt't'd rpmmltt luncheon will U}'bel'"'
I .,rr bolt I HfmiiUlenT friend" IU1"4 GMlM ' I I 1'1.1 I?1 1 the inv, n ribbon fed prl",. 11I""I"'n .u"'j Ills l l : Mm. Ana?. R.hlnc_.. ajM JlfraJMlanli' Cl ... x
for - ---- --- -- owe e.} esuaa.a..matotttd N tMue aMaa' I II .....HHf I.--...., ; ;;;;;;; ;;;;;
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"n, n. \ 1')11' D i i unciJr"IIftnr.., rioqn ,uid thi-fr j Caller poor ,., ,?. __
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I It'I I n I 0 ttt.hearers., who gun I 'h""' : 10 home or 1111I ttebekah Aoat.inbly: J. W. MAr I '
UUKK1CAJNEA
I .I. 01" irrad.l, OT'IIT' nod the, I IN: and .Mm ,0o. K newel '"iliiillanil ,,11r1.. deputy mud, niaater of the I. Walk-Over i
h IIr IB,, lo.iwore limit Hk Monday t>llit. Punch O. F. grand ledge; and W. T.
I I' 1\.1\ Atilt V. "fI. i .'"C>It1t.... Irr-rrram and rake were. <"j/hihn, Past grand maiter.New I
III- Nriellonof Cm-omit' .rrl rt .J'j nffl"" era for HoutheaatarnCi 'I', \
1 r ""I". Tor I IK eteiiln;. sung,\ Uf. nii.l Mr*. BOOB left'' Toes| > ,., were ..aelct.L After) Invites f
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t I ,,11..1100 I'll 1 the business nftn-lon ;
10,1" rot i T.'iaa and various point*,, several ledges
I IIt hrk t5.I, I.ods,. Nfl 1:1 In Hiiiilihllr, wviit.iniAK provided' rntertnliunenr, aa4 dancIng the SHUTTERS
a I ul.r. hun t..1, per sent aI- followed ,later In the evening J ,
I i l .. "i the 'iiiil.tlon. i Gins, i'OI'1'M toIAs In the new gymnasium at Fort patronage ,.
., Volt ,.,.tboU.\: I l.ntiderd \Vorcd from heakie) :
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to" IIJ.II, JIHM HAWKINS I!! .''l.in' for an all tiny picnic on/! of j
I '.:AK '1'0nt.lJ: Un: I I' JfWiwnym Key least Tuesday were! IAA IJI'1l.FaiI: "'HOKTl ie.P011 f MADE TO ORDER

A Ik bjr Vr,*. tart A.. Field made in th<, meeting: .f the Girl lUtAWATIO AKTO CLUB the
.l i- "luiir hy Mr, Stacy Haw.i.uiiifKl Bci-ui troop at the against ball eou1]I ? pntl.r, an aeeot'tat@titeer Protect your build
II" I, the ll,r.'ling of thenl..r TU,-,day. andVame wr orfh. Iiranntlo.Artu} :Clttb.'
'1 : I ; RedlandDistrict ings against the Sep-
HI Iea(CUfc or till Whit. At the trials of the nefllM tliaJ wa.rho tenIO. blob anambara liul ,
,,,. M. K. Church In the caul- *h IIIM'IIIII'/I. cirri was formed and!;!! the paHor r'ot ,fN1 r'A4Ubt'Hote f tember storms. -
n I > AI'.. 'Vlold thi dung to the tuna of t: : .
gar. a talk BJI rlonlnp Tuesday )dMU. N." 'PJ l's 'II'.' M styWALKOVER ,;*.- -
t II'" err betiding wrplaiMag.atwd "Tape" was au".. I c II.ld..nh.. 'm.JiHQr wb 1 Call for demonstra.. '
\ -,' the !bang. 'THill BUIIdthf"I About n fh.1I1'1&/ were 0old. r..-| derided (iworR on more than on* '
I h 11'... '.11.... Mm JUwkfn. ; ; i at once In a>r effort t* JIt'tIl/Mlt more i ipia tion and estimate.. .
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Y. 'the (-e.atlon! a tfadlnlC I ,a.KntartaJnment. .
1:1\ % from the Table tulle FesIt Fishing, swimming and.a. picnic at the unbend ,
: 'te ,1 faJk. hunch, wan ,played bf ft group of I'IVIIIt>, the Mlaaea Ida tad Ollvoij' ; BOOT SHOP I UMPHREYMillwork ,
711atwth (lapllater and Mary Homat ad young folks| ort Ktr.IMTHO Engel! was a dlalogn, "gir Pete r'and
lull' < akluitr' >r* appointed! bjr M.ryiJcN Friday In the group were: Lady T..tl..;. tmktn from I 277 E. Flagler St i i j
,.It. i rald.t of the league, to'i Mine Anita Smith, Miss Ruby flhu- i' IIh.ldall'a "School for icandal."" Shop .
I I tuvmbornhlp I drive. the Mlaae. Ida and Olive En-;: Knt rUln for the ( Miami, Fla. ;
ra suit
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1)\),\,: :number wr the hynm.1: 'Ilhl l, Bliss France Proocher, :Tart: meeting = =' ........ ......... -q. i

'r I I. ,'Mb., M.(" prayer and B Field I' I".. 'r" u KlnOa of C'hl-faotfo1] Wonla. They -ere Joined on tho
I \I. > U.Nolll. Mary Bell J" >"",< li unit KlUaketht t'ap1r' ___ ____.__ _. ,__ I II
I I PAINTS
j ". .. 1 i- nl.r for itSunday, :wU|
1* ,\. M ".-11. O'l-lx. "m ....-. BEACH I
iflMry HunAn M t friock In r.
llit '''"ii All boys and tl" are, (tOPtAt} GAJJJ.JI.:8)

ttl'.i Sportnl for rot JOor KS .
i i'II rates Poorly ,
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111 :! WIHR CLAkS II." I Irfi'lM heals, ehaira. bath IIYIIIIII : OILS !
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PARTY |
HI I..I [) Redo enlertalw.d PICNIC PARTIESBAtHIN'G
1 11 ....! v of the IJv.. Wlr rises oft EN'AMIELS
\1 i 'ih.vilxt Hunday school at it ,
a hll'nine.' party n| I Miami Itmrh DANCING I IAawoTon
I r.., 'lhar.dal artcriicun Mr*. J. 1'IIONK EVKRQRKKH IU
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Shampooing, Permanent Waving Facial I 49 SOUTHVVEST FiRST

'Ales-sate; Finger Wares Scalp Treatments STREET,4491 ,

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: THE HOMESTEAD LEADER PaKe Eleven:


I I ana MKond year K rln an to make

I I pipe fourth'needle tmb.luuktt*tath. and Tii:, depth third I II ADSl !

I Rhe Churches CLASSIFIED
J I I and year ctinlr girls bottoms will make, bucked rug


i 1'1 J The pillows that Rom win 11 at IlATBi Fleet } eelb$ 10 S .,tarts rae06rat Lsrtloaa

the total meeting wentd4..playeI ... L l, le ahbte, II

"...,...it*re isTBm tor Sunday school at 1* a. m, I Many ,r..ty designs were bown. ;
+ atim"i..-'rall nee a Ji Paul BUM lupvriateadant'I I The next. few mlniitM were devoted vaefto ".

Talker. P.* or. Sunday school aI Preaching at 11 .. m. and I p. m.Epwortn .'; te Singing 4.H cult "n,. FOR RENT LOST h..A

1:.' a. ..-, L. KeCU aB... m Loa ve at T p. n.. Junior .J The refreshments. served wore ----._- .._-
arlUendtttt/ preicftlBf M. U*. ML l_ u. at f p m. Prayer andpnhe I: lemonade and cookies ,WELL: '( )" :. hews an UXT-.Medium 1tIu... pointer bird "

and I:W I: m. B T" .P. O. of service Wednesday at I:..,1'. kUoi' Torbee helped the girl .with modem oenvenlencea for dot, 'vrawh with *bW.. eiwta.IJvtd i K

,.. I.M a. lit *t. Wlhna Cooper ,prea- p. _re the hoeteeami, Mary Belle rest, hag or alien ,..r.... Permanent I Xwr axiroje lop It' head,
Meat, New" and" Interesting preg mJuly 1 -Mornloc lofitri"Thn (aibba and Oeraldlna Rests Both at law" rate M right Was thin out heavy ,.M papa,

ram msk week. W. M: U. mast I:.d loa Bwrfy OMHTCI" j made 19. party. W I. Carter. I It........ Photo. lll H.........

r tat every hM W di .rday ttk* '--1 "(Lad's .'011. I The meeting .aa closed with the ,

.sme6th aI 0 00 .' IOClr.! IIr. IL 1.McClanahan. drat Lose" |. pledge.LION'S. FOR KENT acre euertflodland MISCELLANEOUSh ,
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.president.July Silver' Piibu Rev H. T Oalnea.unday suitable tor hub pine crop I to the
NOW !1o the time have
On* nil worth of HemnteitdOwner a
It Morning .rrumel Kl*..l every Sunday at I I
leaky roof rIs.... Bee UM reliable S.
*. oRemombrr JtomU toPkuuilnff II a. m preachlnr nervloMIret CHATTER ft BrooI...... Inn. C_-
I. roofer for a guaranteed .." KF
OW' Life Work}* ( and third Sunday e' each ..... ... our Grove. or phone BayvkiwIllJt Matthew, rhone IOIW. r%+
sermons "Are the Day moath.at11..a.sod1:11p.r.Jdueler J
evening I
Plats made fo L dancea which
(p1.117)FOURROlt
of the Pet liaise than the League aad Intermedia the locus'(1u" i'Wto'h...... aponleorcd SITUATION WANTED
Days of Ibo Prenrntr* League M :10: p. m.| prayer meeting a r

Prayer nervier Wednesday at 7:I* p. m. Taeaday1rincrtna 'at 940'were tJom tuniponrlly* ""JimchBon i filled;fn Hotel off rent cheap garage Three apartment room furntohed. for- iiT ATiw T1C HeuM- .,,

evening at I p. m. Bible study The Re. K. T. .Seminole Tuesday Moon. The mat- Mrs Mary Manley, 111N I work or nursing ptwrern'4 r.r.... +
"The of the a.lnM, pastor. will the
Pronilur preach
subjects ,toIr will be taken up again. In the W. tth atFOR E. Walter. across street from M
Wblo." first and third Sunday each month .fall j K, rhurrh, KlorWa. ''KyJNEWT I' w
at I p. fn. Th. ROT Percy Whit- -- ._- ---
eMIIISTIAN t Lion Howard Johnson reported SALE
SCIENCE worth supply pastor will preachthe

,flotilla .sty-Urcadwey and second and fourth Sunday at 11 tthat the tannin challenge to th. i. :7.,...
"1m'. I Rotary Club had been aac.ptod and WELL BOOTED young row buihei40oeach. I"
Moth stoat; 8undv School <\'
(that July 11 has been ant a* a...*. ",rn. cheap Josephine
10::1/. a. m. for pupim under 9 I Pratt, 100 N. B. lit A...
r I Ffailva date for the maUh' -. }
year* f asset morning service M m:8lnnUIAY: opal
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1 I ft. U Thurman was appointed by
11 oi-lock. Wednesday evalnpmeeting Unml'lollld.4rv.mm..r school USE MANGANESE G. BALL
President Flak a* chelrmtt of the I If
glitch include ttetlmon- .
andltonum !The Rev John C. musical program lebm"Aittao.

lots .f Christian IUllnce healing Oekeler, pa tor. Sunday school at George X. W.ken..ld, new, airri i Notary Public '

I:40 a' lock, All are Mrdlally 2.1f I. m., J. U. 1I0lforlr. super.Intendant. cultural tfacher for the Hamo.tend MURPHY'S lime iRl: +1'RANCiC' AND f'\ ", ";
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welcoiurd.ciitncn ,. Pr.a hlnf at 11 a, ,re.
v schools. was 4 guest at the lunch- KINDRED LINt ,'
or=""cniusrBniiiiiirad July IS+torninn tufrfot "A t con and spoke to the club. The TRANSFER CO.

.*.Corner of Avenut Hmoka In the Mow" I II treasury report was given by Oor- 101 M.' Krooie I I.KtMl, IWt'unm: OIL
jlF.CrL11'4".1'(
and Fifth Ktiwf. Bible lesson dan h'ey. MlM Lola Btnoak salt ; I "
A "'x..''''-,-...-...".".-....,,-....."..- Hauling of Every eaelptl'n f
10:10: a, mj communion 11:lia. accompanied by Mra, Mascot Morris Prompt ....nlce. Phone 117-M IS X, KrunM Ava .
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.-J. v. Dodion, pietor )flu Carrie' Torbet of Miami told I

Pong ..,Vlet, I:4! .. m: Bun the girls d Ih.11 meeting fofl

day school at 10 a. m; U C Murphy Wednesday morning about rilReeling -
avptrlntendtnt Preaching mayonnaise Jar and veiling RED CROSS

s at 11 0. m. and 1.00: p. m. Prayer them to get money for the summer I 'I
meeting every W dne J/ evening club trriutury The chairman

appointed Mary Belle Olbb and Department Drug Store rII i" J
CHURCH OJ" THE NAZARENE riorrl' Little tqr head competingIde

In collecting ", ... The "'ln- 9
IlonH.tteaiL-Corntr: Mewry M. E. FtAaLKIl fT MIAMI I'HOSH ....
uot.. W. Fourth Avenue. W. A. care mill get a prlre. ,

>A' Melton, pastor. Sunday school itII On Mary Bell's aide are: Geraldine AND ONE-CENT SALE 1,
;.prrarblng at It a. m and T 10 Belt, Rose Cave,. Prtocltl CUT PRICE

P. m. Prayer meeting ThundayM Freed Ethel Bailey, Alta Vann.Haler P'I'1pC'1'111",1' By llr Mrrr !:" p. now,A heart welcome to Lehman Ingeborg Mattaon
I..ona Ooodlng. Ethel Hook and
JlPrlnoctoa SALE ENDS SATURDAY NIGHT .
-Tb. Re*. F W. Mrs Vann. .

l Xoehler pastor. Sunday Blbll On Florrle olds are: EllaabethCapllnger Double Value for Your Cash-Bring a .rlend-Share the Savings! ''t I/J

School at I, 45. J. Underwood, Nellie Ooodlng Into .
uperlntendent Preaching at 11 Murphy, .... Mattion Lou Belle REMEDIES TOILETRIES 1. ,

a, ... and f p. m Young Peoples'Moiety Gannett. Fern Robertson Leola Mki Milk .., )l."iw l,. t for ... .ate II ('114,'. race lowilor (..."....* I Fur .....
at I P lilt Midweek prayer Wt,' Jennie Contc Mr* Qrennel tlUOOxl NverCMl, >ilnlH, a rnr .II..t Ilk IV-eitrtceil Ould ('ewer. In. ...I for Mo
BieeUnc ,every Wednesday at and Virginia Hooka. | doe Alco-Waidi Robbing Akvliot, pnl Mug-Lan or Pander TraHh llnwhM I fur HoMu
T P. m. MlM Torbet distributed some a tar .. .... ......... ...... *J >rlu gourd<< seed. and Roselle erode 16 II 0* 'XlnoraKlll, iilnlK t for ........ ......!..( Mo n Ml t anMiIng Cream J tar llo
use V..i..rMn. Naive .... ..._.. I fur Ho IM JtykMto IN Lane IVmlrrMo .. .: for too ;
r.PlaOOPAL.Flt. the glrla entering the summer garden ||.00 MiwaimrMta lap> .......... ....f for II..tMm N' >luiln Alnunid tYramMo ...a ror., llofor '
,toUo'-.rII. 1t..'. C. P. Jack-J Contest She. hewed the girls (Iwrry Hark i laugh ,..p....-. .....S fumble (l MI (*>M Create, .. -.1 ale
Into vases and bo..... I tan Anirtrtn X4.. .. .... .... .. ..._...... ......t tor too aye 4, Ml House Ovntal ......,._.. for lie > ;
.h ,* set orrvice and eernioa at 11 a IL I deer Cewmra TaMH. s grasses ....f for 410 Mo <1 Ml Huvm Raillanl .... .-...-... f"II Std ', }
I For the neit.meetldg. the first. too Analm.4o Italm _..... ... ....-... .....I for Ito Mwimtlo K. 1-owilrr .?... -... -.1 for ll.elII I. "I
'MrriiKHAlf.: 41 --- ISO t rbnllo W'll.-h Haart Nulr ... ... for MIM Dire Kim TakwM Powder.: .:::.I for II.elMo jg.i
....1IHMI.nM: ; O Idunnaa .' > ('a._ Hmkte TablrI.. ... .. ..I fur Mann ..... ...... ..._..1 foe ale :
tutor. Rnt Hie atrviMt every MOMd > BRING' CkMi..m Aramatlo -......... ..I for Ole Mo Plan IM !...... ..........I pan ale ; ,
OwmaaMrvlTM. YOUR; WASHING r Sao lx . I
ffynday. at p. met Hue Syrup Hyprell.raarleldlel........ I for $1.e.Ida Baby lain ... _1 fur IMIlko I,
every foorttt Sunday ta .q theWHITE Whim lenlmvnt .. ........... .. .I fur ale Zlno R.arat. .. .. ......... for laoMo ,
evil vonth; *t I p. mMCTHODurr aeo UttntMTM HwHnm lfMiMHe a for ale Glyt rein and Han Watrr .....I for .eo '
.... aoa time exile OlnliiHM ..... 1 far ale afro Baby Both C.bosh.. .-... .I for Mo ,
BELTLAUNDRY felt '1,1. TaMrte. ...... .I for 110Mac Sao Strange HtoMOM.'" ...-... her loMo
1s1'IACOPAI. Nudit Mint TfcbMii .. .. ....... .I for $60son Travy Halt Malta .........* for 110
..,.,...,. tin. CoMnnOBtty Church j A........ Tablet, la .... .I for ale Mo !'''''.. pores letter 0"M1 for lloII I'
-The Rev, J W. Johnson, pester are, Tread Easy Fools rowitar .I for Ito Mllmoo Beth Dmtliic INm-drr.* for II.IfMo )
I''t- Bvndly school 1* a. m., X..1II.1. Mo K.. low Pike ...... .I for ale : Powder .. I for HoIMtn
't" He Ilko Ultle MMV nun: .. ....... .... for SM :::--7.: >I<. IM! .. .:::| for ale
Mulitna.upsriatendentt preach.sl -
Saw mrhulM Halv (' snponwd..a foresee, Mo Kjirlac BlmwMM ItMlwxvnllkOMHUM !
tlarr,' at U.. m. and t:II. .. m. .T Imnb-Mlfle.trset : .tRc Nye l *ooM Tablets ... ..J IMI .........,... .. ...._..I for HoMo .t\
,< -.pwvrth League at I p. nU I \', Bret, Inm and Wine :,,.t:...:::::I ...:..I.01 Hprlug Plumage ltrllllalln _....,1 fur Ale 1/1.
t. KoOlawl- The It... George ]I. 'IIn"H Town) ,150 A..l..riliK .-............................I for. tap II... HH.r lUoHmn Vm ISmdrr I for II."! {
I'I'I Too wring blameless, ....... Powder a for ,... I ?]
I
I \ bevel, pastor, Sunday school, II A rnh hoar 'Utwitrr for PACKAGE GOODS Silo Tee Jar Talcum Powder ...., ...... > for MoMR i
I I: 'clock. Public worship '.t 1!. while -.rtlc only ...... fVaiwhtc Cream ........I for ftlMn {
; Bpwortb League. 7:l. p. U"IUrk .110 Aromatic tiplrlM Aar.uenlr... ...i for IMIOP l>Jrr HU Tata. ... .. ........ fur l.nIt "
P t JI J\ Harbor mmnfty Church Reasonable Rates Ibirla Aidd Ponder ._.. .. _l fur He.top ..* C..ty'. DoMlog l'owder .. .. ....,0 for II.ItMa I !
frrrnn. Tarr I Fur lie Pnwlar Strains rmm .....I for ale
v Jaland ef Key Largo The Rev ,,'......'. silk awVvw..; rent 14 MOM *iUii .:::::...:::::::a her His Ion. KIrk Hardwamr Soap ............-.1 far fin 1 .j
. tIt I, Qitman. paitor PreachIsi Ion.Nmui iMnnt .,,... ... ....f for Ito ,
; \\ t.ll 11_' milk shirt: dyoL ale nintar 011.. .._. ..... ......I for Motftr MEN'S NEEDS J.
very Sunday at p M. .
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lao ThMtmw ImllM ." .:.: : : :.: J for Mowo : (OLONLL CLCS
1LTROmsl''T'illcltNews" : j House cleaning: : Wiles IUw-1. rime -.- I for. lie Mn MiAvlna <"nntMo ...... ....,..I for lie
Oltr-The Re*. Fred Goo Pare Vanilla txmrt, $ i:::.. .:::1 for ate ....* IxKluoiMo ....... ...._ ..... _.| for Ito
'. Carter 1 Scrubbing Window ,lust MitrvHrtanmn .. .._"*............ .. for Mo RAW Hum .. "- _......,....I for lie
t.-. of Zak. Worth paator Buo- Mn Hair CHI .. ........... | for ale
day school 6 t':10:". Preaeblnf at Washing FLEUR" DU MIDI MM Tfclmm Pundrr ...!.. .. ....... for lee
H:It. Ma Par MlMvIng Clown ....... _.....I for Ale
'$2.00 a Day Mn RrllllMtUtM. saw ......_...._J.,.._1 fnr I( .tr fWd tYrwn ... .. .._........... fop aid II IVixeor Faa do QuMM .....-.a for lt..t '
'. x:'>tQ11RtPD1WI'EP3OOPAL 8OCTHWTilie .Mm Prof ese, Plarvr ......... ....s for lloI Sid .-.... Ulan \og ulMe __..,...._1 for ate 1
g .- HMM Clim*-Homntead. i ERNEST SNIPES ..* ......,.,_ I.. .. _...,..."_.._i for la..! Cum Waving Create ...... .._....?? 1 for ale a'
"rlala'I I ton Fan Powder .. _...,_..._-I for ago
V 'the Rev: { 1H. Mo paHM AmrtatrM .. ......._.. ..........< for MoMo STATIONERY
Neap ._ .. .._....- M tat MoMo y
iu.C- (RMpbrrry. Med tarn S for 'IIJ MoM...'.. Jlaacy TlMoo tuwd. M ,
JIM Telo :.. ."-.... !:::::I IW sea MMM.. 14 tuHfkfm. ....... .....I for ll.tl J
toe TtaMM ONUB .. .. ....._...........-J for lie II Bow l>aM>r-AewruML plain and fwoy -
BarlwiRf f or the.WMe Fly 'I.M Toilet Mater .. __.4...... .....J tar |MIan tAvekipoi, li afaru, 14 rmiok
Venlotilnc wane ..... .....1. -* for alt pr. ..._? ? ?_ k ... $|."|
age Flnonmmwlk tins&"" # ..- 1 for He Oft lawn Pond Paprr: tang ;:;:

A refined atmosphere uaaiJiRt'coura Nlet.tw ..K.......__ ........ ..._... for lie i
tesy and expert work will be found a-t this GARDEN COURT ate Eavelopea \la :!I........,,..__....?..J fur I'" .

BOn RrtlHaMinn) liquid ._i. ........9 for lid
shop. Everybody welcomed and treated Mia ivraxilii mmd Almond Crown ........ for HMm RUBBER GOODS s

with the greatest consideration.BUSS'S raw (>Mm ..,. ..,.. ....... _._I for .>. li I. ",.1 Water Beetle t for li II I
Me TinubK Onmbtwulon (>taw (V..- .a." Xy.t Fountain Spring-.a for lilt
l01I.....) ... ... ..... .._...... ...._._S for lIe ..... Onwinula KynUig ..... for It,II
BARBER SHOP :Mo TMcwn, TtM ?...... .... ...... .I for lee $1 M MauVrM rkmntal Nvrtngo 1 for ....t
ate Fs. FowiKv, BnmKi* ....1 fur .leMo All IHtoart C tiex"ty, IHilly GuarMMWdo J
'!I 20 N. Krome Aye. Fan Powder ?iMaml ._ .. ____a for lie KuMN-r (loves .. two"> to..OetiradayJuly10,1930
THr-; ARE ONLY A ITFW OP OCR SJT'XIAL VAI4.I31

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Paw Twelve THE HOMESTEAD LEADER Thursday, July.-10,...1930 '
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| years ago Mr WM a contractor torn tare today 'to with Miami boot to the Homestead team this IK THIS A OOXFKSHIO.1: ?
SIMONS SELLING I and builder.n'/ lilt bI ; Bench. Rooters for the ....rlCt.* evening at dinner W. E. Rhe..,. Long, haaardeua flight are **-
i I built with his own lends the attr Junior Lotion Mnmi ail clamoring W. J. Ooranim and Dr. M. D. Mntuil to advancement of lying
IDS 7TH ANNUALCUCUMBER rtl.. hom k. now occupl for another victory as revenge for Hartman wUI be ....1a.I gaeola..WANT conclude Allan L--r. after 1C JI
j I Mr* Vmon rataac oOiUtrr Tb the trouncing the Miami beach yean spent developlnplaa fast all'-
1 Milt ........ 004 gteeltes Pit- _M CM Homestead In their julsop .*.-KaJlap a t id/si.f0 Inl_
CROPAcre (i..... plenty of f wwr rep the MMr whoa Miami Beath ,. ADS PAY .t. W 'IIIH' '
poultry and while Mr Simons sere .nm* off Timor with a I to 1eor
I the cucumbers tM duck look ex- *.
on Pine Land to. IMcUnatly airs "pfAlir for a// Bulk iodine are ponnorad by the mineUfheWaetl
firing Redland Grower Nice, wormy .. to lit thrown t latin Q Ball/ Legion port (Homo-
thm. 'Mud) Post Commander W, E.Mpfiri .
More Than $1,000 I One .cucumber mtairarad at MrMmona .j' has accompanied the
ptttt 8undaf moanrod 1' Homestead tram fat ft. battles slid
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hi Mmon' % thrifty and ,PO;'** lit Itches In" .illtD. When cu-,{W. J. Otronhno, adjutant, has rtcompaoUd -
the Redltml grower, I* marketing cumbers ....taT... they eantw the Rodland tram Th*
hfi, M'snth annual 'UIRm.. cucum- fried and eaten like eggplants, L 1on'a object Mat. )fl'. Rhenr,
t,ft tnij It rorer1 only tit acre, 101,. fllmon *aldRedUnd > I has been t* teach fair play and
lorutrd about a quarter of a mil the other elements of true aport.
e."Kh .( M* handsome stucco .
I.'.ITU- sear tin Western end 01 Slier Suffers First nunahlp.;.
I At one of the closing! lasts of
Palm drive, but It will yield I Defeat in' Legion Ball
'I the season Bill McConnell will b*
m marc that a thousand dollar
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'err the IO' batapere h. will get I Th 11 til* fa" 't IrtTclIng Radioed
IfOm K. The Vermont price 'M "I i Junior l..glva baseball team met
for a "-"u.. .hamplr. but a little,i (h* fret<< reverse It has reeelved' In Sitiified Depositors
..iter. when the Wtuchula section I the flv* games of. the serial *o far
I .
:a through .h nipping cucumbers the i played when It went down before
!rlc. will go' to M, ho ay a. H'I,( the Hialeah Junto Legion learn In \V e consider the satisfied
llapoae of them at the wholesale a hotly conttated .rii. In Homtatrad .
"irb market In MUmlfn Tu.....'. The aror wa I to depositor our
wlntsfMr.. .Hlmon Paler eu !' 1. fttdland will play Hialeah best advertisement.It .
vmbr on glad hind. H* again tomorrow to d cia* which I I.
planted four acre* liiit year There II. I champion of the suburban leagueThla is with the idealof
1 I. money t. lie made In farming game will take place hID-' having every Patron
'.*r* If grower will get together aIM h. The winner *f th* suburban >>- I
a satisfied depositor -
ted _*.rat In growing and Uagua win play the winner ., I
shipping. mixed carload of ".... the city league In three game that we have rVarnishes
miss Instead of eoncrntnitlncyl- over Saturday and Sunday to decide formulated and maintained Paints Lacquers
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o.Mh..r on tamifoM, Mr. fllmtni the championship. of Dad Coutty. a uniform .
policy .t.or.\ .
uy. I ... .. Enamels
of service w. .ov -
Before coming' to R'dtand 111 I 1 The, game dated for the ftedland safety,
and
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We cordially] Invite GLlDD tN Quality Guarantee

Ripe PapayasFLORIDA'S investigation of the tTVtfcY product carrying the OUddcn name It a Quality product.CrfSatiafactionliguaranteed. .
character and qualityof iryoupurcha .a can of Olidden Paint,
Vamidi. or Lacquer and tor any reason It I* not aatiatactory.bring It
our facilities. back and get your money. OUddea customers are Mtianed customers
HEALTH FRUITNOW

5c PER POUND AT GROVE FLOftlDi EXCHANGE TIns guarantee, added 4o our, {. your assurance of
!, satisfaction In every painting fnirehase mad
Letchworth Papaya GardensKINGS BAM at our tt6re At the ddi'ew teri on the front coter. 4


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, ri Sheep Ranch in [I Florida 4-H Club Members At WashingtonilwiiiiV I MAY TRADE IN -; t


.. CITRUS ON A :.
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Of Florida Is .lI.n---\1': .: _.....;'.- ":' \-Sr,,! I : ."'1, :.
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BY JENNIE L, RENINCER

Staff Writer, Florida Farm and Grove Section By FRANK R. IIAMMETT

Something new tinder Florida' beneficent Editorial Director. Florida Farm
.1' fledged sheep ranch I Down in the "Big Slough" *nd Grave Section

the canal flat east of Punta Corda, there ii a* : In a recent Chicago dispatch It
"woolie" layout ai one could find.in a week' travel Iw | was atated that transactions In fu-
: Wyoming and Montana. You hare rure deliveries of citrus fruits h4 9
well from civilization been proposed as
pretty away
the next
1: it, but right In the midst of the of the expanton Chi.- f joJHiV "* .
ical unrounding imaginable, there I care Mercantile X iRi V
all its glory-a paftoral picture that NATIONAL BOY'' a GIRLS i Exchange. It WM '
t back all the romance and glamor also stated that )
4-H CLUB CAMPy
conferences 011",",
western ranges.I ,
: have always associated the being subject held were with ,

on a large scale with colder Governor Carl- e '\

I. the blizzards of northwest Canada ton, but he wired > ....
> chinook of Montana mesas, and that the matter b:. ".
figure i It all out i is no ,' had not cry'Fistallaed
you e
__there.h 1-2 I y / s a f II. J- U..lt .

,... i. .*..;. mirably the vast adapted Florida to this v:nj';v :I elently a statement to warrant at this time. ,I

I'" nes Sheep have been raised in Florida under farm Periodically) la the put similar i
'I! for a long time, and they have Invariably been 'profitable.i 6)I j effort have been made, but so far j
,"-i Isolated lands of rants beep. nothing tangible has developed In ,
have ra ad through the DIe 1 the way of establishing actual :'
Prairie country Intermittently State 1 trading In citrus future The
mentions I attptrote. but this ll question ID of some moment.
s the first time within my know Florida citrus growers, however
ledge that such well..organisedffort Of Agriculture and on that account florid Farm
has been lII.d.0 capitalize and Grove Section endeavored I*
the "golden hoof" under open ..... r ,... ._, h k.5,. en M ... TO __ + ____ -., secure further information on the 9plan.
rang conditions In Florid.! Itseems 'Show New Telegrams were sent to the .
to me just another evi ttw* Florida well represented at the National Boy and Glrle *-H Club Chicago Mercantile Exchange, 10
of Florida' /toeatimable opportunity I at Washington' *7 the delegation show abeve. Left to right member of the Federal Farm
In agriculture, a further justification I C.M ..., McDavId' District Extension Agent) Wilson Roberta, W..llln.II'arll'h .- Board and to Governor Carlton. ,
of her eminence a* the By eeaatyi Bradley Leon count n high Dekea. llnloa "
I = : The Florida Citrus Exchange and
"falrtst 'wd In all the earth Associate Editorial ; ceealy; and W. T. Yates, Extension
the Florida Citrus Grower Clearing
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Cattlemen Back Enterprise Florida Farm and crave House association wan Inter 1
... well-known cattlemen What I
rot retarded a* viewed 'In a* effort to find out
Wil.tam Bryant, Tom L. Smith most effective I bid to the what effect such
and Walter Mann are back of the one of its brightest a dspar.ut J
enterprise.; Two thousand bead opportunities contained Organization Is The Fundamental try might., have this state.en the citrus Indus .
Inch-dine those ewaed by the State Department of "-,
I Lyke PrUhers around Xisslmmee exhibit, which ajU Teeny Mskei Statement
were purchased It, these men and been la ;' Factor In Solving! Farm ProblemBy Lloyd 8. TttI.'. buMnasa manager .
moved te the lowlands in the ,hem of 'lK.ooo : of the Chn... o Merran.ui '
b
eenasection of Charlotte county. Department of Agriculture Exchange wired Use: 10... ,.n I ea
The first band of 3M odd he.d0 I to cover the expense of ALEXANDER .eve, y stage from pleasing and I elusive statement to Florida rare .i.
be moved, were driven across cotin. : and Grove sections "Th thi
and Chairman
the drive was for an the transporting showing Fcedral Farm Board > planting to markrtlnj. airr
world like the blr spring drive 'hibit at several of the : AJ we approach the end of the' The difficulty tome In getting Mercantile Exchange Is a thisouglly
I have Men to the west, when 'he :state fair and other '. year' operation of the Fed- producers to cooperate, chiefly "hecaiue establishedeommoditp
-tieepmn would move their bands the east, middle west and there la still a great daftt'r.1 utore exchange doing an a inuabusiness
I When IeI considered Farm Board we find one fac. ef $JOOuOO.OW' Ue
up into the foothills for rummer tOte of opinion! aa to just how to over
9, rail"' ward of four million ro becoming more and more ap- !organize farmers so that they may I Anita rules provide how business i
ISM Bead la Bead the exhibit last and that la the fundament: Toperly deal with their problems on any contract COIId -'td. and
Unfortunately the task was undertaken I readily be teen that this step fit solution of the organ'- ia bomlUng: particular I crops la the exchange enforcee all rule
during the.wont of the hi most nominal, and It : f I this and that community, Too no and guaraates eoatrattt between
heavy June rams and at atimewhen one.of the most efficient With farmer organised. the ael.f doubt realize that there I* a wide clearing house numbers. ef the
'rr good ahare of the for carrying Florida' .. ef production and effect. variation of conditions that have exchange. Citrus fruits could be
Prairie teat of Arcadia-Was under story to the country : marketing of agriculture prod'to be met because of differences Included la the commodities sold
watr ta spite of this handicap exhibit In barge of I.0. UIf"ct be comparatively easy. :fctweca commodities the people only after conferences with citrus
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ORGANIZATION IS BIGGEST '
FACTOR IN FARM MARKETING Produce license Law

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(Coatlnoad From Far I) Regulations Are

who grow them, and tile tocalltie where
they are 1'"_ These. difference ar* bettor
understood today than they wen a few Being Prepared
year* ajr* a* shown by the progress mad
by farmer I la their organisation work particularly .
e during the last year. Rules and regulations for the administra i
t f OrgaakatiMt NecessaryBack tion of the Perishable Agricultural Con.modiUe .
of It all I think everybody tater- Act for th licensing ef eeannkv.alon .
cited ta recognizing more folly sack day merchant, dealer and and broken
Why ant plan a birds' corner fa the, T* get anywhere k developing your that the lint top I* that! of organikiag. t. which wa igMd by President Hoort?
shrub planting T Thorny and berried tree, grounds .tribe out for somewhere or you, the nd that the farmer may bare at Was Jon 10 are being prepared by the Bantu
and shrub" will attract both permanent will get nowhere. the same degree of collective action in the of Agricultural Economics, the U. & D*>
residents and transient guest to your gar marketing of farm crop that exist In oar pertinent of Agriculture announced
den. A few ver-grene will I male) thus a Tb* number ef flower yon bring ia is most highly rgaaixed industry. There I*I This law intended to suppress certain
easy nook in winter such a setting i* determined .by the number of flowers you really no reason why farmers should net unfair and fraudulent practice la the ;;
always lovely for a L nd.. set rat go farther than organizations of any prhately marketing of fresh fruits and vegetable (
operated industry. That privUeg* {lal In interstate c.1 foreign commerce, rom
It yon believe year home; I is cheerful *" Landscape gardening ha found its pIMa ta the ,.,...* own naada. laws bar c.ulre the of commission mer j"'
contain i welcome for your guest, say it among the fine art*. Everyone cannot b* been written within recent yean to free ckanta, dealer, and broker All person* 4
with cut flower taken from your own a great artist, but w* can all have fun farmers :from the restrictions of antitrust sobjee to the Act who plan to ba in bust* '
rounds. ta trying. In picture painting, the work regulation In fact, under existing bw ness on and after December 10, 1930,mast ;,
A spray for bisects ta effective only wkea ta eetUreTy that ef the I I vidual. Ia gardentag tile organization of farmer ta permitted obtain licenses from the Secretary ofiHgri.culture .
the' right spray to ... For chewing fav the work fa entirely that ef the tod to aa extent that never could bfl tfflf
aorta recognized by the hole they leav* vidual. With a little help, nature wilcreate accorded to probably*. Then I* BO Tirishabl agricultural commodity',;* a*
in the leaf na* a stomach poison much as picture* well worth our effort And limit to the quantity of farm product that defined in the law, lays the bureau mans
one of the arsenical compounds. It ta the even if th* results de not plate a* aa art- may ba bandied by group of farmers who fresh fruits and fresh vegetable, of every ti
poison eaten by tile Insect that kin H. lata, they will bring .* and others, real grew the crop and hold the full right to kind and character froaear.or
Sucking Insect are destroyed by contact pleasure and satisfaction.Mlmulatin"last Mil them. packed in Ice *r not no term "dealer"
rPn"' i* a psiion such aa nicotine I, Great advantage coma to farmers wh ::r.toA any person buying or selling in
I directly en the Inaect It food, such a* Uqu't their to large producer selling only eomuyxltiea -
privilege maw together
I* the poison coming In contact with the manor, a,piled jut before plant like pe- use suite of product because they have a bet. of his. own raising i* exempted ,and ;
Insect' body that imothen and kill it onion and Urkapar blossom, will de wooden II not considered a "dealer.1' Any peon a'
Every insect mart b* reached. Ie producing tine flower. Just after ter bargaining power than when they.come laying for sale at retail lea than 20.ear*
plaata. such ......, they to market by tb* thousands, each telling bin oada annually la also exempted. The law
About this time ef year it Is a good thing Mem to need own water than ..... awn crop end competing with the other indMduala. provides for an annual ttceastng lea of $10. I
to put oat beet and ether food for birds The privilege of selling in UrgeqaaatKt Briefly summarised, the law, under the
if yen !barest been doing It already. The A bird In the band I* all right- bat let' ** make It possibl* for even an untrained section dealing with unfair conduct, coven E
sapsuckers art very Industrious at ..,-..- !have two bird in a bird houa group ef firmer t* market collectively fraudulent chart; unjustified/ rejection'or
ing time, sad they often work havoc with M a better advantage than la possible failure to deliver; discarding, dumping'or
tern* of young tree*, particularly Pine After the elliaII--;roses have flowers, under tb* old system where the private destroying without reasonable cause fraud
W* have aern a lot of Scotch Pisa they should lie thoroughly pruned by removing agency, with .e control ever the flow ulently making false or mlaleadintato>
completely girdled by the boring ef these a few ef the. old shoota. The of the commodity, take* the product a* it wants concerning condition, quality: qnaa
f mischief-maker Austrian pine ala attract younger and man vigorous iboota should 'come It baa beea clearly demonstratedIn tity disposition, or market condition: fail
them a good deal.Put be trained In their place. this country that producer of farm crop urn correctly to account mlmpmentetloaa !
out some :food for toe" birds. in a .can so regulate" the marketing. OK their w> State 01 origin removing or altering
i placewhere they will easily find it. "tt Tb progressive home owner gives product collectively that they never have UK if inch tat represent Federal or Fed .
it nay not distract them entirely from bought tar the future ..Jueof bin property a glut If then ia any surplus they can eral-Stata inspection :t
sappy trees., it will lessen their depredation If, then yea should decide to Mil you keep it at bom and save freight Anyone who suffers from any even viola it:
.,)prwlabl,. If you Ue suet t* a tree remove place you will find that supplying the proper Urge Annual Orgaaisatiesi Ion of the Act may file a complaint with \
It before hot weather let In. Otherwise getting for yen, house WM one of the In connection with tile work of aiding the {Secretary ef Agriculture for the par t.
It will try In tile son and leave Booty beat Investment you ...r.ode. Start former under the provisions' of the' Agricultural pos ef securing equitable reparation..
tit blotch and atraak When hot weather tanning nor how you would like to bare Marketing Act, I wish it were poa.ibl Personsviolating tile Act shall be liable 1 i'
come there are lot of bug and ether your horn look U yea ever decided t* sell to bring about the amalgamation, consolidation for the fall amount of damage sustained
thing for bird to eat t or merger of all th*. gnat aa to b* enforced by a reparation order of> ,
lonal farm erganlxatloas. A* yon know the Secretary of Agriculture or ky suit in ;,
Th general principle of "hem grounds"dal Cut out the weed or they will cat out there are several of the so-called genera court. The Secretary' finding ball be
I e ta that the house ta designed t* fit your flower farm organisation I In this country which prima fact evident la United State Iria.
the Tot and la the '
let.provldesspace "
consequence might home day b* brought under th* same r
for the extension ef the various rooms' Ton cannot expect all lawn if your seed oof. Imagine what these organlxa- The lw provide a penalty of ICOO for "
of the house On may live a* much more ta half weed. Ion* could power if their force failure to procure a license by December
generate
comfortably and happily if It ta possible U all mobilised into unit aad workorganising wen 10 of this year, and 128 per day for each
expand the various living reome and eerv- Garden 11II'II1ta---course add th ono put to day any person subject to the Act con. ''
ice room I* include the' portion of the lot final touch ef Inability to th* room out farmers to Improve condition till_ to operate thereafter without a valid
for agriculture.I .
adjacent U them. With this! Idea In mind, doors. An arch' for a few favorite climbing license.For
w* can aaaum that tie planting will eerie roees; a charming walk of stepping atone sm sure that collectively they could accomplish violation of the Act. the Secretary W i
two general 1 purposes-that of furnishing a gating glob to reflect the glories .1 result more quickly than It I* of Agriculture may publish facts ami ... j*
the "walla" or defining lines around our the garden, an Inviting garden Mat) a rims possible to do under tile present system spend license for not to exceed 90 days, or ,'J
"expanded room*," and also to provide the covered pergolas chain and a table for tea where several group of national organisa for flagrant or repeated violation h* mayrevoke
furnishings *f the various "room* outdoors a ana-dial to accept a sunny Lions are striving for pretty much the same licenses. Puttee subject: to the Act
,lace--ob. there ar* many such ornamental end. However, .because of their differentways are required to keep such records and account ,
Our eye are placed la front bee*.* It furnishings 'hat help' to create aa atmosphere of approaching the problem' and the u win disclose transaction and]
I* more important to look ahead than t* of comfort in the outdoor..... fact that some of the organizations bare ownership of ImaID.... For failure to belt
look back. Hare a plan.Watermelon room. been In existence for a long period of years, record, the Secretary may publish fact or
there exist a perfectly natural difference may upend licenses for ,SO day*.
Iff t opinion a* to the around which should b*
covered. Porto Rice by the pathologist of
Market Insecticides ShouldBe Given Good Support tular Department of Agriculture IIJhl.Z: r

The bop ef bringing them all into one revealed no evidence of the nlatene on
general organization may b* a long time laateriaiising. hat island of the potato wart disease' or
Hurt By WeatherToo Guarded WellA I Meanwhile the Federal other. Injurious potato peat. ,
Farm Board ia trying to help work out the
marketing problem by aiding la the build 4Fj
much cold rainy weather and the clerk' error in selling n sulphur- ng np of Urge commodity selling argent-! r
greatest cantaloupe supply la year have arsenic Insecticide instead of sulphur resulted nations In. which the member of any and
all of the present national general farm
lad unfavorable affect Florida watermelon .
an ea
In tile death of a number of hog organizations can participate Substantial
ales thus far this --. and caused tile dangerous Illness .1 two progress ta being md*- along that line.

There have been some occasion hot day person on a farm In New York aa Investigation The rapidity with which I result can b* obtained Grob T'Nees '
but no long hot spell such aa occurred by an official of the Food and largely depend upon the support uif
throughout the North last year to stimulate Drug Administration, United State Department given the movement by the farm organtsaon $1
the demand. Another difficulty baa been of Agriculture, has revealed each a* the one I am addressing today ,
the large number of rainy morning which The supposed sulphur was used ia preparing by the land grand college of the several eAeresLM
tend to dampen the ardor of buyer and a sulphur and molasses mixture asa states the federal and stat extension
either make them bold oft or bid low. The horn remedy for a cold. This resulted services forces, the Federal Board for Voatlon -
market has responded favorably whenever la the' critical illness ef one persoe. Then Education, farm boys' and girls'
A"wa
the weather ha* been right but there ha r.r.4\was burned and the fume were clubs, and other agencle now In ,,"te_
been too little t>( this kind: of weather t* another, also I a* an attempted W. have had a lot excellent support from
date.More treatment for a cold. This person btjam* all 1 of these organisations, and the Federal
than the usual number of early Mason unconscious and for Mm day wa Mrere- 'arm Board earnestly requests the ....
complaint bar been heard about can ly III. lineation of that: support to the end that
arriving ia poor condition.i Quit a highpercentage Investigation by a> Federal food official the best possible solution of the agricultural
of tb* can have shown potting revealed. that this Mm sulphur !had been problem may be arrived at a* quickly a.
and decay open arrival, a factor that tend need last fall In aa attempt to cure bog aa ,. possible! to bring about ,.... ? .. rw 00wpri.
to reduce value Ordinarily this I* not thought to bo Buffering from cholera. The th*necessary change*.
troublesome until later la the ......... preparation wa mixed with the feed of ."
Big vs Wataoaa Preferred 00 bogy and a majority died. It..* E Ep I
Price opened high as they usually do thought at the Urn that the death weredue bag of'sulpher and also a bag ef Mlpkur
to cholera.Th .
with can selling above 11,000 on top qual .
aneata
InsectlcWe Both wen in a dark I
ity. Sine' Jan 1 however, the' prir* hasbeen sulphur used In the three case wa mitt le. A clerk had MM the poMoaou mix
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drifting analysed by the Feed and Admlnistrstion '
steadily lower, being stopped Drag ten thinking ft wa sulphur.
BOW and then by a .hot day By the middle; and was found to contain arsenic.Fearing Official .f the Food and Drag Admlntratioa I,
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.f the month Florida Tom Wataena were that ethers would buy this Mme oat CITRUS
product and as* H. as sulphur. the food r' hI.F'er1D the eltMtion. -
veiling at t-TOO to $700 par car la New pains be kept .
York according to ill* and quality. Thepremium officials traced it to its source.Investigation it
when may lie mistaken for n ....poi-
en sins hi* been Just a* great hewed that the mixture PROFITS (>
onoo* product Sulphur ta not recognisedy .:
a* ever, New' York wants big. watermelon supposed to b* .sulphur hid lien boughtat modem veterinary science
Other market keys show about the an implement (tor*. This store had a for hog cholera. Modem medical aa a science cur ..... NACO R.AM he .
memo rang .f price with melon. selling does not consider sulphur effective fat the mans narassee' .
at 80 I We aplec* recently. j
treatment of akin either a* a mixture .t fth.CeM
Dixie Belies bare averaged low compared k"t sulphur' and molasses *r a* sulphur 1__ t, **<"=e,0\ : -.
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with corresponding siren ef Tom WaUona. difficult to measure the offset eftantaloope eeMM. wr.rln.e : : sass J
Recently 18 U M pond Dixie Belle have has watermelon demand butt .. ... ----- .. t 1elr
been *)ling around |3M r car compared undoubtedlyon curtailed w Canto i AMENDS PORTO RICO POTATO seven .... '"
hue 'l!
with f&OO t* ?700 for the same also* ef ovpe* have been In heavy supply' and ef ewee seem sit ,
Dixie Belles. Som*.ef the ether. market good quality. lion important till the price The Secretes ef ATgrlcultare baa announced o' =.c.-==:eeea.a..J I,
bare been better .than New York .. this of cantaloupe wa lower than at almost an amendment to tile regulation -..........,... .'i
..,letJ, all time wet year Good pack .f standard governing the Importation ef potato, '. .: "
The watermelon ablpplng eves. tom 66. old around IS lit about tt opium, kick eliminate tile Prevision for tile Importation NITRATE \ i iQ.
tlnute t* lag fat behind earag up to wholesale for eaataloapee. These low price restriction of potato** .
:0&
the middle at Jan only ,,: can bd bees enabled -"toiler* t* Mil cantata for rm :1.it countries hit* Parts Kin*. Oa -"
shipped! compared with 1MOO ta the earn around a dim plac--which I* n bargain and after August 1,130, the *atr. ef for- = = :
dat* but year If the trea, prove t* b* price for New' Yerkend at the same tin .. into Porto Rice will W gvgapotafc .
equally heavy, U meet estimate* mdkata hake a good profit Th* mutt baa been eraedby tham* restrirtlonvhlcli apply
then. the movement *f watermelon for the hat pushed cantaloupe t* the 1. shipment to the mainland f recent .,:- .. Mpl =-
bakwe* ef the tease"wiH b* aatiimsly.egeet: :1.n t, Md survey of the potato-growing arras ta





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Official i th* Florida Citrus Exchange r.r

Farm and Grove Calendar of Work II Giant Tomato Plant II declined' to*make any comment on the m*>

tor, stating that they had not been ap
I' proach by the mercantile exchange, and

: For July did not have any basis for assuming a position
1 A* effort was also mad to obtain o

". sumo reaction from the Florida Citrus

J. FRANCIS COOPER be : Growers Clearing House Association, but
ale must produced cheaply. I President TUden wa not available, and
Editor Agricultural SUtle. Cheap feed. tick freedom,.and market A. II. Pratt, general manarer stated that

Live at hems, nod get additional ;eshcrops for the surplus will aid the dairy Industry he would prefer to await further development
of Florida! cheap feed, tick freedom, and!
'. the advice offered by workers Ink I before making any commentIn
bettor .
quality animals will aid the beef ,
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C. C.
the Collect of reply to a telegram, Teague,
k rfiutFwhhataIsssthe Industry. member of the Federal Farm Board
.ri who *r* I representing
bat thing U do wider Poultry Raking Another Help" the citrus Industry, and former

existing conditions. And The poultry Industry has developed' president of the California Fruit Grower,

t, they art almost unanimous rather rapidly during the past few year, Exchange wired a* follows: "Th Farm
In saying that the and the time bas now com when a live-at- Board is of the opinion that no system offuture
horn I b into trading will b of benefit to the
Idea! will U can put practice any
llve-at-hor
I and 'tbm..b* mad to help the citrus business Th only sound method
\' f easier to carry out thin farmer under existing conditions, says N. .f telling citrus fruit .la through cooperative

1 will be the obtaining of R. Mehrehof, extension poultryman. along the line) being followed by the

additional cash crop Plenty of egg and chicken on th* California Fruit Growers Exchange and the

Much of Florid U preeminently table should be the first consideration. Florida Citrus Etching"
'
t Then, if conditions warrant, the flock'
: suited, to citrus
f should be Increased so a* to have torn
I, Jb.. growing. eg* and to sell. A little cash each I Bananas should not be kept In the refrigerator

I However It la believed week I* hirable always. a* the low temperature turn
I, r'J v. lcopWff that with !little Th growing pullet should! be given the them dark.

" extra trouble, a number of food crop cm best possible car and management. This I -
j will develop them so that they will come
be' grown on mOlt Florida farms, and will '
aid materially In the llve-at-home pro- Into productionrly in the fall when egg

'great, prodding for the family *t a minimum prices ace on the rise. It Does All the
of The family garden should In The Citrus Grev : P rs dM++ tiEeraeteereet
expense. CITRUS GROWERS should lake Back work Arm work
+ be'roado to do full duty and work over- stepsto ,
control In their Th. / UP .weer so lilt A_. AM.eenur.i .
whitefly grove
tlrna. for the farm home ,
I It will provide ch..i.a 0 .,. workof
and nay furnish something I for wU, ; red aschersonia .la a fungus that will greatly Leg

brine In a little extra cash.iF help In controlling the common whitefly A record breaking tomato plant. It was Man and Team
Major W. L. Floyd professor of horticulture and the cloudy-winged whlt.fI,. This grown by George '" Mulberry,
In the College of Agriculture has fungus should be sprayed In the grove during who ia justified In his :'rtde.tlft It The

4e outlined for ne torn of the thing which the Cried of summer rain. A culture plant la fifteen and one-half feet high, and
can be grown In the garden during the "of t ", ., which I* sufficient for rfui: the taking of this' photographtwo
t next four month. Hi* jTrogram follows bout an acre of thro*, tree, can be bought crates of tomatoes had been taken
JULY-Plant lima bean, collards, cowpeas from the State Plant Board at Greenville. from It-and I&'. stall bearing!

'" and okra.AUGUSTStart. Citrus grower should see that n cover
In seedbed which are crop .la growing In their grove this sum-

partially shaded from the hot inn, cabbage, mer. A cover crop provide humus and PLANS FOR FUTURE
lettuce Plant In plant food for the lend protect the soil
cauliflower, celery and from the direct rays of the sun, and thus TRADING IN CITRUS All the .,..11"... l.e-w..ryl.*.

:mustbed helps to maintain: a more even temperature 1; Mct-4totcotl.*welt of Mite Hie ml.

SEPTEMBER- plantIng In the grove. In cane the corer crop (Continued From Pare 1) Is done hy ft* cAll -*. mewl.prowd
growing Is weeds they should be mowed where e Industry standards could be
become adopted
of these crop, and as the plant
; ea M supply ee brats' we*,fidm* KM
before seed.
large enough, transplant from older occasionally they go to and all other matter approved, and then tractor 94 watch. *Die tools,
I'' bed to open ground. Put out onion let, Rust mites are responsible for a considerable only after the citrus Industry showed a
Irish Use! loss to Florida growers every desire A Me IINIII( wort to (Mix*!**10"j j
and plant carrot and potato strong to have their commodity added
small potatoes left over from spring. Plant ,.ar. Russet fruit la not as large as clean to our list e*IMS tractor sew win save pee.lot..hadwart
fruit, and sell. at n lower price. Dusting ee your tans tract lure,I* ercfcerd.
Swiss chard -._.Ioa "Future has
: rutabagas, and a trading been adopted chief
with flower of sulphur, to which may be trm er_y0r4. k plows,elm,"homMM,
planting of turnips. ly for commodities which have a distinct i plena and e.at.et.s. .:Ain..Ike sued ionme
: added I to' 10 cent of slaked lime,
; succession of the per seasonable
OCTOBER-PI.nt. surplus, with a demand .
extending reel power him. Send ee coupe for
r eopenamed above. If needed, plant beet, should be kept up as often as mat mite ever the whole year A future cooplei "WonaoHos *a Mecca end knit.
onion ..ed. Brussels sprout and spinach. become troublesome, contract under such conditions enables the
Oil emulsion for scat also ------------------------
Attention T Livestock sprays holder of the
surplus to secure price In
\ LIVESTOCK and It* product will aid In should be carefully applied and when the surance thus making It possible for him CIHTAUI', M.'. A TRACTOR CORPORATION,
weather hot. Eternal
U
net too diligence
the llve-at-home program and help bring to pay producers an Increased
;: In extra cash. Prospect are fair to good :la the price of clean, bri brings :; and this: to the elimination of a part ef ht"'lc.dua MMM* .....Mid. MW swiss. M Cods Tnocnen

for beef cattle, dairy cattle and hogs, and profit.Is the kind of fruit that the most "W* will be glad to confer with the ...................--.................
doubtless there 1* money to be made In the Florida citrus! people If they consider a
; next few years In all three of these classes.1 Look Out For Caterpillar contract on citrus advisable and to the advantage t D..............* O..................

'0: The eradication of the cattle tick will aid BROWN VELVETY sweet caterpillars often of their Industry l ;'_..........._....._i'i... ._._uu.
both beef and dairy cattle Industries la destroy many potato plant during
t t \ Florid This work 1 la slowly but surely July and August, sometimes stripping the -. -- --
leaves from entire field of vine. Then
an
1 being completed, and a good pal'of the
1 state I la now tick-free. "Purebred bull sweet potato caterpillars and also the grass

follow the cattle tick" I* a slogan that expresses worm or fall army worm quickly consumevegetation.

the truth. When the tick I Is eradicated .
from an area, it I I. possible to bring According of the to Prof.Florida J. R.Experiment Watson, entomologist Sta.tion Brogdex brings more money I I! t

stock build the
in bettor breeding to
1 up
,I the quickest and for moat farmers,
dairy and beef herds.
Good pastures are a great help to bath the cheapest, method of controlling these to the Grower

dairy and beef cattle industries Forage two ":r.Ilalcrh': is by mean of

is the cheapest feed for either dairy cows "Kansas been used successfully Th reduction in refrigeration coat alone more than justifies the
against cut well
worms as as
4 the or beef cheapest cattle.forage Pasture to be grass obtained.la generally Florida grasshoppers for which It was originally cost of Brogdex. All Brogdex shipper are Using less refrigerationthan I

.g farmers could easily good' ...01.. formerly. Some have eliminated
get more permanent To wale this bait, rocomruendatlon are practically it entirely while

*. of this pastures cheap started forage., and Good make pasture moreus to mil together 20 pounds of Bran, 5 pounds other expect to do ao the coming season. ,,
of cottonseed meal and 1 of 1
E ishi will furnish grazing for nine month in the pound partsgreen. M. tl.
Dampen the dry bran and part Coloney Manager of the Manatee Citrus Grower Association
In this connection some result obtained -
t year. green mixture with water until the whole makes the following comment their with
at the Experiment Station are of on experience Brog
:
mill is moist, bat not sloppy. It should "
lr interest b* of such that it will fall In des last season \* first 2) cars were shipped full iced. The
Last the Experiment Station broadcast
x. aeven beef year animal. on seven acre, of pasture put. fin flakes when over the foliage. next 50 car were all shipped dry This was the first time in the

which been seeded the be Last of all knead Into the mixture two history of the Association
had year quart of molasses or that w* ever took a chance on shipping
fore. The animals had to salt and syrup.
access:
minerals at all times, but were given no The poisoned mash should be put on Valencia oranges without full icing. Being our first experiencewith

feed except that obtained from the "...... either in the evening or early morning so Brogdex we were a trifle skeptical about risking it but fromour
that It will not
life dry too the
They were put on pasture April SO and I'Peea
I experience with the dry ear to do with
taken of November 18. Although there evening I is better, because the will we expect away king
have longer t* feed on it before it become entirely the coming season."
animal to the It
{D was one acre, was necessary
.
r to mow the pasture two three dr,
time during the summer to keep the or grass Nitrate of Soda for Lawns It cost Manatee $21.60 to Brogdex a standard car. To full ice
LAWNS and
"CO. growth from becoming too rank and the healthy now maltbe but after looking the summer green rain the came car probably cost around $75, .00, a net saving of over

The grass animals from getting mad tough average and gains going of to 1 seed.1-4 stop they ore likely to turn yellow and $50.00 a car. Since the dry cars arrived generally sound it is not

each d. 120 andreturned show an unthrifty condition during the dry surprising that Mr. Coloney that
pound per off days hot weather which follow From four Co says they "will do away with icing
.
a profit morethe than |7 etch. "
1 six pound of nitrate of soda for every entirety the coming season.
This was | a month steer
per or per
? thousand square feet of lawn space largely
( acr*. will Th fertilized should But the saving in refrigeration is only one of several advantagesof
This fly* steers are being pasturedon Ir.ro1a.:
year
t" each three and one-half acres. The tw p the) rams stop Alltumps Brogdex. Another is that decay and shrinkage are greatly re

a steer were pat oa the pasture March 1L scattered should ba evenly broken over up the and lawn.the material Ifa duced. Some Brogdex packer have had no decay losses in several
< Ir During the first months, with, dry westh-
*
W, shower does follow the of Brogdex while other
not sprinkler
er. the steer made only fair gain )low. soon, year report only an occasional one.

" t I ever, with thearted making of r.iDI. the p astures should burning be turned the grass.If on., to prevent scorchingor Then buyers say that Brogdex improve the appearance of the

,) bettor growth and nitrate of soda or sulphate ef ammonia fruit and make it more saleable. That meant a better demand
\< the steer better gain Prospects' that
I* not available, 8 to 1Z ponrtda of cottonseed and higher price.
the three and one-halt acre will carry the
meal to 1,000 feet of will
+ five steers, with additional feed, mtil square space
f'f no give good result It should 'be appliedearlier These are advantage of proof. Just ask
the middle of November or later, returning easy any Brogdsx packer
and should be brushed off of the
a profit last perhaps better than that received grass leaves before any watering .1* don*. or the grower ha serves. You will find the fact pretty muck a*

\ A mixture year.ef carpet, Bahla. Bermuda and tiled.
'
A study of the coat of milk productionon
4 dallia I best In this
} grasses showing: up
4ft Wisconsin mad the Bureau
farms
by More for the fruit
: test Some fertilizer' has been applied to ef Agricultural Economic. United money tame
,
all the plot and J* giving good return. State Department of Agriculture, end U just a question of making it .

The land I Ia ordinary sandy hillside land the University ef Wisconsin! showed that look better and keep better
dl t with at small stream flowing between owe the amount ef man labor averaged 171

hifl*. hour per cow annually, or 28 minutes
r\ In addition to establishing good pastor*, a day. This labor included milking, FLORIDA BROGDEX DISTRIBUTORS Inc.
:"! ti'. dairymen need to develop a market for their feeding, caring for utensils and cleaning ,
surplus product, especially: during the sum the barn* but not hauling manor front B. C SKINNER President DUNEDIN, FLORIDA

tf'i ...... This can be don when enough milk the bam delivering milk or cuing for
,
I* produced In any given area to justify the rating stock. Sense'' farmers spent LUtea U vii ear Brg' ,i Program every mends night at 7t P. M. ever WPLAFLORIDA

establishment ef by-product,* plant, such little as SO minutes a day per cow, a:2
creameries. However', milk for by-product others a* much as 41. '





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TAKES recently visited moot of the area Alachua, of bait (pray. a* protective measure to

Citrus Storage Found SOIL EROSION I Clay, Marlon. Putnam, Seminole [insulter aonriafeatod territory, must be carried.. .. c
40 INCHES IN 40 YEARS and Volunia counties have the! protein by trait and vegetable grower, th* .... ,

acreage of vegetables, while mostly the pertinent pledging Itself to give all possi
More Successful This: Erosion continue; ; ; &to wash. away the a.iI grapes are grown In Clay, Lake Orange ble aid In information and advice.

resource of the Nation. A recent survey Putnam asd SMimole.DecMoa I Secretory Hyde gave out In Washington

of a typical email valley in northeastern Reached After Study aa official statement that "Th department i./ 7,
Year-Handling CausePrices Kansas shows that M yea cent of the land ha resumed work in Florida on the Mediterranean 'Y,
"Decision to extend the shippng period !
comprising the greater part of the! valley. raised in fruit fly problem. The fund at t.
ha lost from 8 to 40 inches of soil allies oa host vegetable and on grape reached the disposal of the department will permitthe

Of Oranges High; It was cleared 40 year ago, the United the radktln area of Florida of the wa situation department to undertake spray or .
exhaustive
after study
State Department of Agriculture report only clean-up work only where actual Infestations ,I<
"
Grapefruit Moderate- commented.
In all it* bearing, Mr. O'Kane -
had lout flf _ur. "I
Thirty-fear acre an average '
Supply Large "Modifications of the quarantine regulation "In of actual Infestation the clean. "
11 inches of soil 4S acre had lost \I inches continue eases "
19 acre had Iota tl Inches, ill acre permitting movement to up .ncllpr., work will be done under authority W;
By COLONEL U BROWN had lost Z3 inches and t l-t acre had lout for two week longer oa each group are inline of the state plant board an organi[ ?"'
of the
I 1-4 feet of aolL The "yard-stick" for with previous action depart-- sation which performed valuable service a
Storing citrus fruit for the late market ment of agriculture, Intended to afford the
measuring th looses was found In a few re- last season In tIM eradication campaignand
was a greater moose this season than lath mainng patches of timber, where the IOU grower of the state Urbae: for disposing will fill a necessary place la the work r
la at all consistent
put, largely because. the proper method WM a* nature orlgnally built It--a mellow, of their t now under way. The! intensive cleanupand

of handling are better understood rich: oUt loam almost black with spongy Abnormal with lafety weather condition this pray work roust be carried out by the

Grapefruit wa bald la humus, and capable of producing 71 bushel' farmer in planting some grower, the department giving such assistance
of corn an acre. Now the land to very much spring delayed a* la possible in tilt way of information
storage successfully along crops and forced many of them to replantmore
lee productive. Much of It la overrun with I and advice.
a* three months weed*. la the meantime the washing proceed freely than nsuau In certain region "Intensive. inspection will be continued

and most of the fruit *. cultivation was lowed down by heavy aid It i* hoped condition will Justify an
rains. The result several thou-
June had net wa order permitting the shipment of citrus n
during
old
sand acre of tomato, pepper, lima '
been stored at least two II Growers Are Given beans and eggplant that will not be maters fruit originating outside the tone not actually -
i Infested to the northeast and middle
J month. On June 17 enough to hip by July 1. Much of went without sterilisation. This will mean .t "
there were till about 25 the grip production also will ripen considerably after reasonable period of no Infestations
uI'II.f grapefruit In Second ExtensionOf later than customary, our estimates -
oil
the! restoration to the status ana three
metropolitan cold stor Indicating that from one-fourth toonehalf
of those areas in sane two where no infestation -
ages which Indicate the crop will be on the vines July
Time an found. Naturally the sue of
fruit Shipping IS.
Col. U Brew how successfully the ana so restored and the progress of
may b. kept when pro- "Continuing the movement of these host
the chang will depend la no small measure m
perly handled While there I is some decay vegetable up to July 15 and of grape the thoroughness and diligence "J
and pitting of the akin the amount ha Recently announced modification of fruit through July 81 unquestionably will add with upon which the clean-tip and work t"

not been: Urge considering the length of fly quarantine regulation gave grower a many thousands of dollars to the current accomplished by shipper spray and '
time fruit ha beea held. second extension of the shipping period on cash Income of Florida farmer The cooperation an and occupant growers of residence vowaen '

The market ha to a large degree been host vegetable and grapes produced in with the fruit fly eradication ertles." prop- ,,
a repetition of the 1928-29 season In that the eradication area of the staU. work extended by most of the
grapefruit have old for moderate price The latest change In the matter will been such that member of therofederal i iI

and orange have been relatively high permit movement of tomatoes, pepper, I board and officials of the department were ADVENTURES OF SCIENTISTA

However, price have been comparativelygood lima bean and eggplant to July IS and of glad d'approve the extension of
If due consideration Is given to the grapes until July 81. Final date under the time desired la present instance, with' fascinating new book of Interest to
greater quantities of citrus fruit from first extension, announced some time age, out apparent risk to other sections of the Farmer and thorn who have the wanderlust '

competing sources. and to the relatively In. were July 1 for vegetable and July 15 on country endangered through the invasion I* David Falrchildi, "Ex luring forPlante"

ferlor quality of the fruit stored. grape*. of this state by the fruit fly last year." (Macmlllan Co., I500J, n {;
Imported Grapefruit a Factor Requirement a* to territory Into which Impeetioa Resumed The book relates a scientist's adventure )
NewT shipments may be made remain* heretofore In announcing that field Inspection had In the wild and practically .unexplored Islands --
Grapefruit supplies were liberal at of the East Indies, Java, Sumatra
Tomato and eggplant, a* well a* been resumed in the Mediterranean fruit 01
ork throughout the entire month of May grapes* may be moved anywhere except fly work Secretary Arthur M. Hyde, of Ceylon, Morocco and the West Coast

M and were more than normal for the firs Into the southern and western states. Peppers the United State department of agriculture Africa
The author la known botanist
widely ,
number 01 and lima beans however be _hi expressed the hope that conditions a
half of June even though the can who hen devoted kid lie to gathering useful
cars of Florida grapefruit available was Pod only to the northeastern states. Issue will be found to exist which justify modification plants from all part. of the world andaamplasting

became 01 of property certificate and shipping per. of quarantine regulation to permit them! to this country. Many t
the smallest In This was
years. molts will continue on the earn basis a* pre shipment of citrus fruit without sterilita- if the delicious fruit that are coming( into
the heavy Porto Rice increment and the ,loa.I,. tion to the midwest area a* well a* to the '.vor with housewives are his contribution :
from Cuba. During Recommendations by the federal fruit northeastern state. '
Increased shipment to our tables. H* BOW lives in South t lorId -
May a total of 328 car of Port Rica 1y board for granting the addltonal fifteen Available fund do not permit the department *, where he cultivate many of hi. find.
grapefruit and 28 car of Cuban were received days tint followed an Intensive survey of to undertake the cle.nup.nd One 'hundred ninety photograph Illu-

a* a against only 8 car from these the sections In which vegetable and grape spraying regarded aa essential elements in unto the book, and give the reader a \
source! a year ago. These together with induction la heaviest I It was stated by W. the eradication program, it was explained, Umpse. Into foreign land that I I. far more ij
the Florida supplies brought the total forth c, O'Kane, chairman and federal executive, except! when actual Infestation occur. Removal interesting than that to be gained from the

month up to 61T cars compared with special representative of the board having ., dangerous host and application iverage travel book. J" .

4i 9 car last May and only 838 can two -=-- ./..

year ago.Naturally. "'\
the quality ran poorer toward -- -r--
the clove' of the season because of the frail '

becoming aged and this caused a gradual

decline In value' During May florid j

grapefruit averaged around $4.25 per box "
but late in the month price started to
drop and for the second week In June the

average was only $3.20. The last few

can are likely to sell below 13 *n accountof

the Porto Rica competition 80 far a* QLl .
the ability of the market to absorb supplies
It appear to be a* good as aver. Intact

some record price were mad by a .
few line of select Porto Rico 46* which I

reached $17.38 per box. The average price .
.t Porto Rico stock became of 1U better Jt.

condition was about $1 per box above I _.
.'wrld.. .
Grapefruit price I averaged practically t ,4) t

same In May a* daring the past two Mason "

*. Last year there was a big advanceIn .
June because of the! shortage of Porto t tI
Rice fruit but the chancel seem remote I:

this year.
Oranges I* Short Supply
The supplies of orange have been only

60 per cent a* heavy a* last year sine
May 1 or about the ama aa two years age. r'

Orange cleaned up more rapidly than ':. ;. :
grapefruit and the supply was practically
exhauUd by June 1. l
of Florid Valencia caused
The shortage f'e
.
prices to hold at high levels and In fact .

they gradually worked upward throughoutall r
of May and reached the highest average
of the season on June I-when they hoe ApWbal tor iWo
11,01 box at New York. Taking I
average per .
the month of May and the first half of Automatically Controlled Steam Heated Coloring'RoomMM :

June a* a whole the average auction price

of rlorida orange In New York wa very Toy Mob ......... ad tow apwaene eN "Seem .t mar maw UM Imemlim aM ........ Ha nrUttoa al ale time 1
clew to |8. This was approximately doll aW..aleelli _1104 04_ house "War. _.. _,.. _t.... maw m .es fa w _... .w4- .
and trifle IWt ff* .._ all" .> wrarknk. TWpM- UhitmMi "' tar w Me of tW Dvpllmta ep len..t IMUIM f1r
tie the price of Jut year only a a twirl Installation with ... ... of IWM boil. wen .M ..saeb ;: w .spasm own .=. vietalethng bbeem, elan m11.:.
below two year ago when there wa a Wv U.. Oran wile ... w .ieeletlme -- ",." _III WA. lest air to Hiiiial' Lw.dwed M tkeTkto M.wwm .. N.. '
similar scarcity. Sao to e ft IW ( Me I* W"MM* The mew wee scale 'Yar.eati-a" ft UM treit r
The California Valencia crop hal been *,a iftua=:. M* e w e.ido cad 1M NVaam dn.r.A that a sped .t 1..s w ...... deeo.a 10 sob Tar
reported aa light but the high prices caused a.Irb wed"i .ula* babes a part .r w beard air sot -.1ao charm to vWt aim tW kick Mtoinr
them almost aa last Been dU.etly Uk .1 the eirealsthan bleww and taro" it ear OMJMH Wne pee. th&Ii Valenclaa lave bees ........ a 44".a elM bid same the ride eO 1M rem N wWillem. Www in ln< Iw IW MMraUw ft *w tin
year Opinions are pea.id.d is ester.n w..h which wale We at* to ftmtUM *> contest the trMiki a-
of excellent appearance and have run heavy b ta.nI 0.4.4.4 Owned w game. Thu aale yw m4 IW _lrto UWwbr .alMtol be *W ... ft
the popular alie* but the fruit h> iMa4l"c tkiw>k tW wwli!* WtMM IW bases wall l ,...... 5m.-
ta more :: .
Sell 1 ab.wae IW lUmUmtM !Wean as asea.d erafiWkkWMt
Mae somewhat slow la becoming fullripened. I M* Wen* _'1. vkkk ta Mr, .>.... IW *lr tones bee-th 'nolo '"' N ak.lSo. .wle..t mat .. Iwland Ia.s...
TM time .eve w If
IW .aMto ,.... TW remit to that while tin Maw to sees Ito ear II eltebt .a.t
Aft. Other e.rpwer ... .ms be d5t.r5-d be .w .wr1o..t re
have aba been air out at w tap of w "Man Jt to aW emwiM: la M IWMvlnc MM ktoMra W bemuse ta treed .! tW tUmVmtrm.to .
A few Cuban orange b ... b miss[.., We I.d.ved ritw1.1as the we u nimt mm
brought Into New York during the past .... ..k. .w .. IW More dews th..... tW (nli tkmvkMM weven Nwsldu.We .
... .. wn win the aeglNism fat lam .... Nines win
cold reasonably will erMW ta IW deer, aims IW 10. ta IW Nei 4 e> wows"
few week and bay. ....< UM Win well and threw tlu rM. orito to MM MM. shares r.a for say queer sambas. .N.e4 w. won wake "m a
little bejow CaHfania'iandtlorlda. .. wls"tias .., wwII ... ei-ewie wtesse.71le .
averaging only a lot Rome a pmew limit through W M.w1.4ae Mae. .plew se.pb pentw "1
!
belies MIMr .a bwuw. am aYrse, .
wti:0':... M>M tW Mme wall this air ....... IW lad NI pla.e..l aNmloe *Sam .we..el pe.ebaAM b
Several good ailed] eargoei of Sicily orange tea* JM : h which Hill 1ew ef .. .us' k rirfjr IWUr dealing vials es Ter Ma Me wth.eaetlea .f b.eeloe Yh a
have also been hipped to Montrealor M *.a" Y aM hnto .. ,: nave > ... "womb IW4n oseosiitawws heat ft tW equipmad ta Ike seem tatah
for that port Shipments > awe sell8 *....., It to W.t.< HumMIoiUo* a.4 basting rens
are afloat are smasW ad wemesumor. wtwiuM.Thg It. ..e./ tar SAM dl.b1W Mtlwi sad Prime will plus
that bar* arrived at an efloe total approximately .mrel Now.... a.a we aimed Out aeweat.4 ON" es ebJptl.N wlase-r..i. /.

48,000 boxes CAPACITY PRODUCTION DEPENDS UPON SPEED AND EfFlCIENCi *N THE COLORING ROOMFLORIDA


To remove Ulna oa mattreaa sorer \ J
them with a thick part of laundry torch CITRUS MACHINERY COMPANY, mi'ai

and seep allow It to remain i aatUdry Ii

I and thai brunt ii it off with a whlak broom. ,




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WHAT'S DOINGINTHEU.S.D.A. ''II STATE DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE SENDS -IBIT---N6Rrn-l B

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: E G Moore
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h 'BT E. G. MOOHH

(Written Specially for Florida Farm M1
i Grave) t

One more the Department of Agriculture
ha undertaken to help Florida get rid of
the Mediterranean I Because of
limited fund for this work; the Depart*
+ aunt will undertake spray or cleanup work
only where actual infestations occur This
work will b* don under!

the authority of the

State Plant Board. In

,' vt making. this announcement -
'
Secretary Hyde

i. laid that the intensive
cleanup and spray work
1
would have to be carried

I' out by the growers, with

the Department giving

\ help wherever posslbls.

.;i ". E. G. 'I 'are It.* hoped will justify that conditions an- Photo *hw* new State Department el Agriculture exhibit .f florid product which left recently te aver an Itinerary *f northernand
order permitting the shipment of citrus I southern f.l..... Th* exhibit te In charge W J. A. MackiiU, who kclnre .. Florid'* agricultural eeporUalih at Ole varloos ,I
\
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limits originating outside the tone not fair where tb* display la

actually infested, without sterilisation, to
the Northeast and Middle West. ..
STATE DEPARTMENT OF worth freight charges.
It Is not often that one man i* fortunate HAS EXHIBIT Florida Tomatoes String bean price held up fairly well
enough to have an opportunity to save a AGRICULTURE until the end of the Florida semen but afterthat
r 120,000,000 Industry. This opportunity, a they declined rapidly: and grower in
few yean ago! came t* Dr. Ivan C. Jigger (Continued From Peg J) Meet CompetitionFrom the Carolina received very low prices.
,I n plant physiologist of the Department, klntosh who accompanies It to the various hlrilrb\P; sly remained fairly
when he wa lent to the Imperial Valley ofCalifornia points where It is exhibited and who Other States' the entire deal on Floridastock
I to check the ravage of Brownentire *o far as No. Is were concerned but
} lettuce Industry. In the course of a answer thousand of questions and give the No. 2s old at a big discount this ....
few years, Dr. Jaeger has developed the numerous lectures on Florid'* farm poeeibllitle I son. Th* relatively light yield together
Imperial .!rains; ef lettuce which are r..i.tanL .- *. Tb late sections ef Florida experienced with the high percentage of No. 2s cut returns
,; to this disease and;;;llloW this new' Fruit and Vegetable one of the most unsatisfactory tomato deal on Florida potatoes rather serlouily
lettuce constitute entire Growers who had high ef No.
practically the a percentage
i.1. blight, a new disease which threatened the The exhibit contain t most excellent In yean due to the heavy shipments from Is fared well but those who bad half or
crop of that region. hewing of Florida's citrus fruits other section while Florida harvesting more ef No. tt were not so fortunate
and operations war still In progress. Relatively little Florid corn reach
and green
bay pasture frope'e.tablea can. .
There I universal overlook Replanting was don extensively in FlorIda ed New York this with
a tendency to season ai compared
nod product What I II undoubtedly on* of which mad the season about tw week
the good properties of borne grown fruits last but the few ear arriving mad higher
or other tarot products, especially if similar the finest exhibtl of canned fruits and vegetables later than last year and brought the Flor. last year Texas had a greatly
products from other section of the country ever put together is the outstandIng ida crop Into market along with a heavy increased output and had Florida been ai
are highly advertised. An example of this feature of the display. It was prepared movement from Texas and Mississippi: both heavy as last year It might have created a
is furnished by a comparison of the iron I of which had heavy crop that were normal bad market actuation.
content of raisins and dried fig*. Most of by Mm Margaret Cobb, Manatee county or slightly early a* to season. ---
us, due to intensive advertising campaigns, home demonstration agent at Bradenton! During April the supplies of tomatoes LIMA BEANS SHOWEDBIG
look upon raisin as an undisputed source Mr Mackintosh says that Miss Cobb'i work were relatively light and the market held PRICE AVERAGEFew
of this mineral. However, Federal Food has been widely I commented on and h* believes up reasonable well during early May but
experts tell us that one cup of dried figs that then Is nothing better In the I late in the month broke badly. Those who If Florida vegetable hare
/ contains 1 1-t times as muck Iron a* a cup country It contains 180 varieties of Florida purchased from grower on a f. *, .. basis Shown a consistently any better this
elf raisin This i* merely one argument fruits. and vegetables up in moat attractive -1 were reported to be heavy losers. season than lima beans Price average have been
in favor of fig a* a healthful summer style. The fare are illuminated During early June while" the last ef the relatively good throughout practically the
not get your iron from fig this from the rear and present a most pleasing Florida crop was arriving In market there entire season and even during the pst
r r the last picture of thin state's preserving posslblU were tremendous supplies from Texas and month when practically all other eomraodItle -
Effective July 1, county in MIsIsiippi ties. The county demonstration kitchen at liberal supplies from Mississippi. However h to low level they have
.I will be released from the cattle tick Bradenton te said to be one of the floes Texas was a much greater factor ruled reasonably high
quarantine Livestock owner in this largearea In the country than usual. Texas stock not only rolled Sale during early June tn the principal
of south Mississippi, which include 17 Fair Itinerary I Into middle. Western market in volume but market bays ranged from 3.60 to ".00
counties, will now have the some opportunity The display: of fresh citrus fruits wa wa also of no small importance In At- per bushel. During the major portion of
to develop their beef slid dairy industries not completed it the time the exhibit left lantic Seaboard market This stock wa the Florida Mason there are relatively few i
that prevails in other section .f the Tampa as It was Impossible to secure fruit of generally good quality: and bane diverted sections that ran ''' III II *
r state where tick eradication
,, ; No doubt was completedseveral of the proper quality locally. But fruits and the attention of many buyers from Flor. limes. Durinv the winter months of Y
years ago. many purebred vegetables for thee Ua stock. course, Cuban import the marketIn
displays are shipped are on
cattle will be brought into this territory
J for grading the native stock, just a* periodically for renewal during the tour. New York in particular was heavily supplied quantity but their season end April 1.
d- ii being done in northern up and western, Florid The entire xhibt to packed In a truck with tomatoes and during May received It would seem as if Florida growers whohav .
,} *. which carrie It to the various point of more Florida tomatoes than ever before. suitable soil and climatic condition
showing. Receipt for the firer half of June might rive more attention to this crop.
"h When Dr E. W. Brande ef the Department The itinerary this year will Include the were record breaking and on some mornings Possibly it might pay to shift some of the
'_ returned from his plant explorationtrip following: American fair Atlantic City more than 100 cars were unloaded string bean acreage to limas, judging from
'- Into the island ef New Guinea about (July 17th to August 17th), Michigan statefair Price were mostly $:I te $:I per six basket the terminal market standpoint.I
;,. two years ago b* brought several promisIng Detroit, Tennessee state fair l at crate during early June for fancy pack
varieties of sugar can*. In the long Nashville, Louisiana stat fair, Tri-State and still lower for choice. EXPECT GOOD EARLY
journey to Washington most of the specimens fair at Memphis, Alabama state fair Midwest Even at that New York was no lower MARKET FOR CITRUS
." died, but this emergency bad been fair and Nations i Dairy Show and han other market which were in about
"" provided for by leaving a duplicate collection the American Royal at Kansas City the sam position.1 New York dealer do. First report from California forecast
.. growing in Sydney! Australia.' .New Clare test in the suture replanting a vx vrmagvm and lemons for this
moat ef the plant have been re-snippet tions should b* considered opera-I year There was a heavy bloom and the
" from Australia her after a years growth entertainment' given t* them by the Exten- pecially if other section have big acreage weather was Ideal so the set I* normal or"
and have been planted at the Arlington Ex lon Service of the Department Florida's possibly, a little above normal.
e periment Farm where they must remain in legation wa mud in evidence through- The current season's crop. Is not running
I quarantine for a period of one year:* guard cub the week, and a finer looking as heavy r* expected. They started to ship
$;: against Introducing new diseases pests. young people would be hard: to grindof! Late Florida Celery Valencies rather early this season and the
In spite of this roundabout journey about where, even in Florida. The girl were movement to date baa been heavy In proportion -
tJ 80 of these specimen have been sent to thoI' Guilds Yates of Orange County and Mary to the aloe of the crop. Some Callfornla -
Department' sugar came field station at Ethel ceunty. The "boy Prices Fairly HighSmaller observers believe that the market
Canal Point I and late report state that were Hugh"bu1'-fn Union county and will be aimed' bare ef orange before the
s the. ** are growing well. One of the specimens Wilson Robert of Washington county. Miss new to ready If this prove correct,
a new specie, which goes by the Yates was selected a* one of the four club quantities ef celery, were imported there will be relatively few orange* out
mm fxeehsrum robnstum, grow 26 t* 30 member to broadcast a talk an club work' trim Bermuda this O.t'r but the .f California during September and Onto.ber .
<', feet tall !. New Gaines.r over a coast to ot network. The party shipments from California I points I which will give Florida an unusually
'" was by Miss Ruby McDavid and have been heavier A* a remit New York good opportunity In the early market.
Crotalaria, Florida's popular summer kgt W T. Nettles of the State Extension srY'.I. had lighter celery supplies during May bat
.. urn, Is now winning favor In other southern c*. somewhat heavier supplies, during June
t;., states Trial conducted by the Department ----.I.. than was the ease last year.
oft.iricultun in cooperation with Failure on tilt part of n commission III.... Price of late Florida celery ruled fairly Concrete floor
!/ State Experiment Stations h j given good chant to render an account of a carload of Ugh and in fact there .have been few recent
J results In UlsslsilppL-Alabama, Georgia tomatoes shipped from Florida recently resulted years when May and June celery. shipments for poultry
r. and South Carolina. This year Crotalaria r in the merchant paying a fine of have pot show n* goad average price. This
..r l is being tried in North Carolina and Tennessee '100 and costs of the case in addition to sessoa value were mostly {3 and |4 per houses
and the teats at Arlington Farm arebeing one dollar n crate for rate to,' the desirable liae throughout .
repeated. Forage latho h* tomatoes.shipper ease wa triad I in the May and early June and while values did Th floor I* a very
Department are being hopeful of establishing V s. district court and the claim ef the not go a* high a* last year at the clot important part of the
Crotalaria throughout the South al- shipper were presented by the Bureau ofgrieultural I neither were they as low during May. poultry *. Tb
It appear likely that seed will not Economics, which enforces the Local celery has begun to arrive before smooth concrete floor
b*o't in the Bortfcerm tier of these Produce Agency Act, passed by Congree a the last of the Florida stock I* off the '
states. few years ago. The consignee claimed that market. Celery.has become one of the washedstand swept,
r the tomatoes bad s* deteriorated that the products that I* en the market every dayn disinfectedtforcetsarv.
AH United I State highway will be sum'A amount received did not allow any net returns the year. .'*
y bored by the end ef this year according to for the shipper, but when all the facts Few crop have shown a raster price ".. _,..,
F'?, reports reaching the Burnt ef Public road In tho raw were presented the judge decided spread than encumber have this sesson.ill '-......
The systen of United State highway was differently, A winter prices were extremely high and =- =-=
less than five years ago by State '10 per bushel was obtained In torn intance -
Highway't Departments and eomprisel approximately *. On account of the late season ==: .ct=
17,000 ilia.* of the most Im- WATERMELON FESTIVALIS prices were relatively high during the .with .,..ae.e.a.....
portent highway of the nation. FnctlcallvII HELD AT LEESBURG the' but the replanting coincided Y..wpbtery.aVLPORTLAND ,
:
ef these routes are also in the Federal first receipt from various' other sections
aid highway system festival lust as in the case of tomatoes and CEMENT
If A _term.lo. .. held at Lte- a highly unsatisfactory market. developed. X ASSOCIATIONFLORIDA
b The spacious' grounds of the Department berg the last week in Jan*. Watermelons Even at that Florida producers did not fares Z=
were turned Into a camping ground for play sue h* large a'rtla the commercial badly as those hi the ether Melon J =ILA.fe..rAels.r. .
the week of Jim 1S-0 for the National f* ef lake county, citisens have *. During Jon the-r. ef cucumbers '
e-1( club camp. One hundred and fifty decided; that M annual 'festival honor of In New York dropped to 60 to Ilk a bushel ...::::::::.1t" .::.,&....

live boys and girl from t9 states were this crop I* appropriate Visitor from allover and a good many cars were refused by .
y present for the week of Instruction and the slate saw the festival this year. dealers en the ground that they wen not
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Intensive Campaign ELEVEN STATES RELEASED Destructive Cotton FLORIDA MAINTAINS LEADIN

FROM TICK QUARANTINE FRUIT AND VEGETABLES


Planned By New Sales Eleven of the original fifteen tfck-Jnfe Pest Found In Mail Although Florida maintained Its commanding .

ed State hare BOW been released from had ever all other states In sup. i

quarantine ea account of this pest, the New York with
Manager Of ExchangeThe Sent From India 'lying' from and vegatsbles -
United State Department ef Agriculture during May, the total supplies were

report They are Alabama California, the lightest in several year Total receipt:

MW general sales manager for the Georgia Kentucky, Missouri North Carolina -i Several pink bollworms stowed away ins were 8.7M carloads or more than 1,000 ,/
below the corresponding month last
Florida Citrus Exchange, Fred W. Davis, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Tennessee. i small package of cottonseed sent.by mat I cart year. The average for the month during

li BOW engaged In laying plan for the Virginia, and Mississippi. The four State I from India met a timely death recently the past two years bas been 4,800 ear*.

most aggressive sale campaign la the hi- still under quarantine restrictions are FlorIda when the package wU examined by a plan The light. receipt were due almost en 'j l
tory of the organisation. tire!, to the sharp decline in citrus re. t
Mr. Davis Louisiana Texas and Arkansas. quarantine Inspector at Atlanta, Ga. The
who was drafted by the Exchange celpts. Orange were in the lightest ijipply
from IU midwest division enter pink bollworm 1* a destructive pest of cotton for the month In many years and amounted 'j:
kit new duties with 20 year practical we regarded by entomologist a* at lent to only 198 car against 819 can for a
perlencr In the distribution l and sale of August Date NamedAs In the same class of the boll weevil.In year ago; grapefruit totaled $61 car compared '
fruit Ho began In 1910 handling banana
489
with ear a year ago. t
in the northwestern state He was engaged its long journey from India to the I .Cucumber and watermelon were also la
In lilt by the Exchange to develop Ninth AnnualFanners'Week I United State the package had been crushed shorter supply because of the later season

the Ulcblgaa and Indiana territory from leaving a bole In one side large enough but there were marked Increase In unload
which h. was transferred 1918 to supervise -' of beans and tomatoes. The
for the pest to crawl out according to potatoes
distribution and isles in all the louth.rn .
tomato shipment from Florida to New d
Tom O'Neill Militant State entomologistand
,
states II* was promoted to supervl-
York were exceptionally heavy totaling
lon of the Midwest territory In 19%,) with representative of the U. S. Plant 989 ear for the month.
BTA'FF'WRITERTh. Quarantine and Control Administration
headquarters In Chicago. By A
.
California made a big gain and shipped
Mr. Davis views the future for Florida eye of agricultural Florida will b. who inspected the shipment He Immediately 1,241 car to New York, an increase of move
ordered the contraband package burned t
citrus with much optimism. In his opinion centered oa the College of Agriculture durIng thus preventing a potential invasion by than 400 car over any previous May .
development within the industry art
Total receipt for the month were the
the week of August 11-lf 1930. The this pest
eliminating the bogie of low prices and uneven t
since 1027 or 16,540 being
lightest
tllntrlbutlon. Mr. Davis looks at the 'occasion will be the ninth annual Farm Although a special quarantine, designedio can
below the of the
about 1,000
situation from the sales and market end en* and Fruit Grower Week to which prevent the entry of the pink bollworm, car average
every Florida farmer and his family are !prohibits the!importation of cottonseed Into past two yean. Import showed an In* ;j
MU.....
nf about AR sent for the month
U ited to k b crease per
invited.Farmers'. the n Oka s, this pac ages was sent y ,
Week I* the great rallyin, an agricultural official of India, the original while motor truck receipt from nearby ;
were only 68 cent a* heavy a* t
week of agriculture In this stite. It I., home of the pink bollworm and was points per
one week la the. year when firmer an d addressed to an agricultural official in the last May tt 1-
wart of our cotton belt.
farm women can actually go to schooagain er'
This case presents a striking example of
can attend .' prepared especially
I for them. While= the program ar; the possibility of introducing dangerous Florida Shipping '
supervised by the Agricultural Extension: plant pest Into the United States through
Division, all of the state's agriculture! the mails, says Lee A. Strong, chief of the .
agencies and the United States Department Plant Quarantine and Control Administration Less To ChicagoFlorida i
of Agriculture lend their efforts to make the branch of the Department of Agri.culture .
the week a success. Workers of the Ex. whole duty It I I. to lee that foreign

pertinent Station the College of Agriculture plant pests and disease are kept of the shipments( to Chicago of ten lead .rIng I
the State Plant Board the State Department country. commodities during the first five '
of Agriculture and State Ma "The Plant Quarantine and Control Ad- month of the current year showed a de.

( ting Bureau agricultural companies, anrrowen < mlnlstartion I enjoy the full cooperation" of crease of 706 car, due largely to the .
will tell the fundamental thing he Post Office Department, Mr. Stronglaid mailer citrus crip, damage to the tomato r
hey hive learned to make fanning more "but It require little Imagination to crop and the later watermelon ....OD. :
succeefu and farm life more pleasant.In appreciate the magnitude of the task of deectlng Chicago Is one of the Important market

these day of modern method, farmer among the million of package for Florida product even though It I I. fur.
who keep absolutely up-to-date are which reach the United State from foreign her West than most of the big Florida J
countries those
which
the who make the contain plant materials I
one greatest successes utleti. .
with their operation By attending; Farmer The, and which may harbor plant pests.'. The! shipment of these ten leading torn .. ii i
*' Work, one is given a great help In numerous channel of modern transportation modules totaled 8,231 car for the five .
Fred W, Purls new general sales manager I and communication by rail or
keeping with
development : month against 8,937ears
up a* a
rear ago
the Florida who ocean, by motor vehicles I ;
of Citrus Exchange, I airplanes and
The
are arranged to for the Given below
program so a* comparable period. are
here from the where hi dirigibles afford abundant
midwest
comes ,
< avenue for the
provide instruction and recreation that how the two
-
-- so figures Indicating seasons
had been of sales for the Invasion of
supervisor organisation.
our country by plant pests not
farmers and theit families can take a vacation These figure cover car ac.
and at the lame time learn something already established In the United State :: rrioad for Chicago consumption. ti.

of the industry, yet his views on the Industry of value and usefulness. The instructional ail Unfortunate to bring I ,their Mr. Strong natural say, these pest A great many more ear arrived but were
enemies with
coincide to a remarkable degree part of the program la divided them. diverted out.
with those of the growers at the production Into sections covering practically every Carlot Unload Florida Product la Chicago
end. He regard unification with iti I else of farm and home work. Commodity Jan-May. 1930 Jan-Mav, 1929 "
control of the crop ai the foundation of, For the men, sections of the program Cabage ..___ 61 27
proper marketing will be devoted to farm crops and II,.- Summer Care Of Celery .....__ 761 800
"In coming to Florida, I was very pleated stock citrus and email fruit) truck crop; Grapefruit ... 860 1066
to note the plane for unification of the beekeeping! and poultry. The ...om.,,'* program >> >> Lettuce .._ 1 > '
citrus Industry and to also the prepared and supervised by the Stat J Pullets J PaysSummer ) Mixed Cltru% 868 829 '
less being: mad In t i.ttd tJ ,"Pilr. Home Demonstration Department, cove Orange n__. 694 689

Darts said. "A control of volume Is meet millinery. and_clothing! home !improvement, Potktoes __"_ 12R 'lI't1i
essential for the proper marketing of cit.a foods ana nutrition rug making basketry, management of growing pullet I Strawberire 197 221 w
a rue and other thing of interest to farm women, will play a area part In determining the Tomatoes .... 270 475 :t
"Were the growers In a position to real- Each day at 11 o'clock general session I profits for :.* next season, declare N. R. Watermelon 8 123 ti
lie the decided advantage a control of volume program will b* held. c'ul'J.ftr: prominent Ichrhof, extension poultryman. Improperare #
would mean In result obtained in the I speaker and : ty I and management will reduce the vital- Total _....8,231 8,931
marketing of the fruit there would be no will be heard. Already James Speed editor f and growth of the pullet I so that she
hesitancy on the part of any of in of Southern Agriculturist, and Dr. W, will not be able to produce eggs efficiently
getting into one large organization'm. J. Splllman of the United State Department this winter.The IMPORTED PLANTS ADD TO

putting over the deal in a big way. have been secured for these general young growing pullets should be fed WEALTH OF UNITED STATES ;
session Other a balanced ration. This include a good
"The Florida Citrus Exchange enjoys the programs. goods speakers
confidence and respect of the buying powere with inspirational and informational mss.soiree growing mash and a scratch feed The .
fthe north. The dependability of grade will be lecuredEntertainment common practice is to allow the pullet to How countless millions of dollar have ;
eat the dry mash I been added to the wealth of the United
will.be it all times, It being fed
and pack the attractive advertising, dealer a part of the general
In large State through the introduction of seeds
session the 1 open non-waiting hoppers The
entice work and the efficiency of sales programs, and night programs
will be scratch feed I* fed about twice a day the and plant all part* of the world will l
effort have all contributed In building this devoted entirely to fun and 1r\
favorable attitude on the part of the buyer. recreation. On Wednesday afternoon the ment mount of the being birdi.ujtermlned by the develop. be Inter-American Conference
"With control of tonnage, this annual Farmer Week picnic will again be on Agriculture Forestry and Animal
nltIrnatelywill Pullets
should not be forced Into egg pro. Industry, to be held In Washington September -
result in much better prices anal a a feature.
If the pullets appear to be de- 8-20, 1930. The discussion will be o
Dairymen's
freer movement of fruit In lesions when The Stat association will .
apIng too
I rapidly additional scratch may led by Kaowle A. Ryerson, of the United f,
the crop Is large. Exchange fruit It suefeufully meet Thursday, August 14, In connectionwith be fed. It must be r.mebered that the States Department of .
meeting competition with fruit the dairy l program during the day pullet to stand! under Agriculture.Since a
I up heavy the office
from all parts of the country. Also during the week the annual gatherIng must have good egg production of foreign plant Intro-
body weight Ad. duction a
"Judging from my own observations lathe of the State Council of Senior Home tionul feeds should consist wi created, in 1898 the department i* Is

handling of various perishables, I be- Demonstration work will be held by farm oyster shell, charcoal, .od greens grit Poulrymen water --, than has brought to the United Statesmore
lievee that Florida citrus growers are in afar womeu from the various counties. should not neglect feed. U 85,000 new plants, many of
green which have .
better position In the marketing of Special program of Interest to the different I. most Important become extremely Important.
their crop than most other producers. groups are being worked out. In During the warm summer month the I Because of the varied climatic and geographic i'
Florida citrus grower already have the addition to short business session the pro.grams pullets shooM have ample shade and range condition in the other countriesof
machinery for handling their product do. will include talk by a number of Growing pullets which have been confined the two"Americas, Mr. Ryerson believe :rthat
eloped and functioning" well. It only need i prominent speakers.Accommodations to small area do not develop I ai well as there la equal if not greater opportunity
the full cooperation of the growers themselves can be had In the renovated those which have range. for these countries to Improve their
to make the promising future that University dormitories at nominal Soil contamination must be avoided. Birds agriculture through the Introduction of

I... a reality" cost, or the housing committee will help I become. unthrifty! and greater mortality new plants. Jti
---- -- visitor find suitable location ta Gainesville ..sims wnea DIMS are reared on contamf-
near the campus. Water lights, toilet sated land. The birds should be kept free

Vegetable And Fruit facilities and camping space .11I.be pro- 'f The external id Internal parasites. Avalon Hotel-Orlando "
tided on the campus for those who wish to developing: pullet should ho' be .
crowded during the summer asks IMO 04 me vkk .. during the week. Camping vlsltoncan
Plans Laid camp obtain meal at the University dining Increased profits and greater winter en Puttee *PM> I.J F
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Exchange hall If desired.Preliminary. reduction are possible when the pullets I. ADAMS _--t B. 1RACKEN

program will be printed are managed properly during the summer Also Opmtlu HarrlnstM Hall Moist with
.
month.
Cthtarte to
A* a result of a recent conference between about the first of August and those dr.A..cultur.f mMtlm. Q..te. FIe f
State Marketing Commissioner I* y em obtain It by writing _

M. Rhodes, 8. W Hiatt, fruit and vegetable Extension Division. This division .
specialist. K. B. Gardner, of the cooperative ; will be glad to hear from those who POWER
marketing department ot the expect to attend also and will make reservation MOWERS FOR EVERY PURPOSEReel

Federal Farm Board, and representatives for them when requested. The
of large vegetable cooperatives, tentative committee I* planning for an tttendanc of or CutterBar'r
plan were made for the organisation of 2000 or more thle. year,
the Florida Vegetable and Fruit I Grower Most Complete ;

Exchange This xII operate STATE HORTCULTURAL CROUP Stock Florida.
Militia:
in .
Its field rauoh a* the Citrus Exchange

doe In the citrus work. WILL MEET AT MARIANNAThe Boleiu Jr. .. .. ,. _..-..-*.$150.00
The plan were submitted to the Federal
Farm Board which must approve any inch Florida State Horticultural Society Roller Mowers195.00 f
organization before It can operate. will hold a meeting at Marianne ea Octobar
,, fourteenth and fifteenth, la recognition Write fet Catalog er Demonstration '
ef the agricultural development this region. .
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AH poultry aouae1 should be my The culture of Satsumaa, pecans, 8tCOrlasdo hiee
thoroughly cleaned and disinfected: a-fore blueberries, tvng oil tree, and ethet crops HJJ W. Church Fla.
bird are placed la tbesa,for the wines.w suitable to thi region will se disvusewd. ,
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FLORIDA FARM & GROVE SECTION PAGE SEVEN
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; -Sheep Ranch In Heart I'' SHEEP RANCHERS I I State Rayed" Animals r i



.Of Tropical Florida Is Fine Reveal T B. :.

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State's Bid For Fame .
Beef '*, IMchaaeU and .veterinarian of r

Department of Agriculture have col

' (Continued From Page 1) Every A hi developing an exhibit which,
however end the fact that the drive I
unusual optical affect th* i
'quired 1' almost\ twit as long a* would ordl- B* portray
', verily b* the come, only even head were of tuberculosis on cattle swine and I
just or died on the road. With bind a, L )'. This ingenious mechanical exhibit 1

quired lat r, t out of which were shipped to By the form ef a panel 14 feet long, 4
' fthe Charlotte county range, the Big Sloughwith .tih1 That there ,, and ( feet deep. The spectator
I have tot : sheep population this
a JIM- which,
'' of nearly I 6000 head, which is the equivalent see* what appear to be almost lif*>
son opinion of J
photographs of a cow, a hog, and a
to two Urge bands a* herded underWMtern
Department ': A series cf electric light la
condition
tomb has of the panel Illuminates It strongly
The sheep are not clot herded here ai cial
they are in the west, but are turned loot ton'h which he la a foot-light effect The, to the as A
o
of observers, the exhibit i as
will, a herder merely keeping an
r i igraw farmer In
and riding awfund the band an entirely different appearance.' !.
eye
two or three time a day. There are no state and ;: "flashers" turn oft the light In
he make and turn on light in the rear of the
natural enemies such a* the coyote In the r I
meni and The observer then views, aa though
west but It i* possible that wild cat
o'>would Iambi, and plan tI... ,.", the Internal organs of the ani
being mad kthr'o up all the ':1n nth* Mr. I and I* able to rot tuberculous condi
vicinity fall and winter, lo that tic over" the In the form of nodules and other I
little .
they will b* if any menace luring tion. on vital organs,
lambing time in the spring. yearling : : 'X-ray1 effect, althet.gh n* real X-
liar Merino Ancestry of decreased are Involved, I* the bed means w*
I doubt whether It would be poiiible to b* laid. ever had of showing I the people where I
trace the origin of these animals. Theyare i I. not being .Ion. of tuberculosis are located" ex.
Just plain' native I sheep, but It 1* re*. I know of Dr. A. E. Wight, who' I I. In charge of
lonable to suppose that they are descended ere have eradication for the Bureau of
from the *panl h Merino, although they are offering Induatry. "Not silly doe It show
how little likenes to that fine wool breed, lot. While of the diseased organs, but the
nor do they herd ai closely a* the Merino knowledge, : aa well a* the orgeni are pictured I
that being one of its strongest Inatlncti. there U no : natural color The flashing of
Her and there one noter a typical Merino 4 go In for the also help to attract the visitors
horn but on the other hand there are just market now exhibit.
.* many typical Lincoln face, which would lent profit."
Hem to indicate the general rang sheep I We bar
practice of crossing a longwool with a fine- district with i> Teat Reliable i I
wool breed. In any event they art cross bulls crossed Conference Told
breds, and I think It would be lifer to aim- Walter Moan (left) and Tom L Smith, eral farmer
ply call them native and let It go at that two of the principal. I In the. operation of Hereford .to
Dual Purpose Sheep the "Big Slough" sheep ranch. Both are .. conference of thousands of cattle
.. a enthusiastic the for Mr. In the tuberculin teat I I. a notable
on prospect ranging
fairly ncarcassiof mutton, and
good there sheep In Florida. experimental I 1 of the nation-wide campaign to
' i 1* no reason to suspect that the wool crop __ crops and : tuberculosis from livestock said
should not be average or better. They should b* no more subject to tie other supply an I R. Mohler, Chief of the Bureau
and under I common sheep disease than those In other around *o Industry, U. S. Department of
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return a part of the country. centrates are *. The occasion: was' the llth an.
good revenue. They were sheared before Owners Enthusiastic For State.conference on Tubercu.
their present owner acquired them, andI Mr. Bryant has had large cattle inter- of lespedeia, I and Other Animal Disease, held ae
, have no figure oa the last wool clip. eat in and around Murdock for over.twen. on bermuda N. Y, Federal and state authori
The pasture along the canala running out ty year and will' still continue to ptature *r pasture : I laid have not been able to keen
and Canada' cattle owners' request for tubercu
'I Palm Hammock On oats, and .f ':: ; I and more than 1,000,000 cattle
Camp "Big Slough" Sheep Range lent pasture. the waiting Hat.

For discussing the nature of tuberculin.

I and green Mohler explained that it i* a clear.
from green product which contain no tubercle
wr. either living or dead. It ha been
la addition !/ proved, h* added, that tuberculin
\1' plints a detrimental effect oa a non-tuber
lid t, tor. pasture retra."X.. animal but It produce a reaction In
rpr hay, :: : affected with the disease ao matter

each season, I the affection may be. I
ton to a ton Mohler gave figures showing the '
o : progress that has been mad In .
In h of the last It years Almost: two

L pointed out tuberculous cattle, h* said, have
qe"te more alfalfa I I from herds as a result of the
oy bean are Mon than 2,500,000 cattle are now ,
are superior fully accredited herd list and about
Soy beam have passed one test The areas
1 t : tent. Kudzu a* practically free from
of bay of : : tuberculosis Include 044 counties.

I legume it 1 I. ... affected 4.1 per cent of the
Mackintosh In the United States In 1020 and the .
has been has been reduced to about 1.T pet
, IS year to the last survey, corn I
::1 Johnson May 1, 1030. ;

cellent hay I J JAB


It--ever there-was a tropical; letting, the ta.ln the midst of Florida's nat>v* cabbagepalm demned round root In 'X.I 9 BOOK FREE I I.w.

! exemplifies It. Above I* show a portion of the crew, and Louis the cook I killing tendency; ft out to : : t ftbhM,1. .......rtttac... HU-i.... .._t...*..*_W5V...tUM_*.
...
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fiason. for his flapjack_ and his adeptness In doing up_ .! batch of_swamp cabbage.of nutritious .1' 4Mr..Mrlr
a I % (
C' yM..MyYLw"wN .7..v
the Big Slough ha i>et'-.xc'ptlon.li-; cattle in that vicinity, Mr. Smith and Mr that It can .. I N M

fine this year, and the'new company feels Mann are both well-known cattlemen, but cattle to
plan to move at least part of their stockto seasons.
confident' nl..u t' in spite of the low lay the new location. A new camp i I. being For silage
th With much water therei
of too
erected that will make the rang more over every
I" com liklihood of footrat, but the band readily available from town. Kudzu and

"This I* a new venture for us," Mr. Sent: i With this

i.1 RIDER OF THE RANGE f fJ I'I'I that aid we in have a recent embarked interview hi a, business"but I that feel cattle feeds can u be.: : :

I I Ie bound to be lucratlv' If w* can lamba heavy arraln
'1 "") good percentage next spring and obtain ove* that
I a fair wool clip, I believe that w. will cessfully I In : -
make the venture a success Sheep ranch- I. very :..r I II
Inc la Florida on aa organized scale I* cattle / Whcn II I
somewhat of a new thing, although they Ids can raise I
have ranged sheep in various part of south cheaper than You Cone go
Florida for years. W* are very enthusi other place on Atlanta f
4A astie over the possibilities." .n acre In ,

productive .

BEEF PRICES EXPECTED TO very .} \ on business oe pleasure
for will
thai
corn thoroughly *ejoy
I DECLINE CONSIDERABLYConsumers the U vo tei.lo
the *. Modern furnished 1st
should find current price of scratch feed eleg site,with genteel cllen*
.
too outside sooty, each
: beef considerably lower, C. B. Denman, private bath Owen enln-
Federal Farm Board member laid in a tee front railroad stations, *ec
I statement Issued recently. Ihlrago"Th than. .e from masts din. Service
II >lch prominent people
I "Wholesale prices of: dressed beef Mr. retail prices ... ....many U unequaled, yt the
Denmaa explained. "have declined sharplyduring l action .* are ae low as $X50. N.
recent month and, according to Met and Iv* walling for room. SIt.
figures I ued by the Bureau of Agricultural Mr. In 4 acre park with three
Economic of the U. 8 Departmentof some of the green and enclosed Hay
Agriculture wholesale price ol' beef at have been : : ro nerd for children. Club
A Chicago, for example, ere f4. 0 to $7.00. better ;" of BUtmor* quality ;
per cwt, or *0 per cent to 37 per cent low luring recent : service lit. luncheon 05*
Lhaa'a your ago. The greatset reduction have had .,.. $ias,dinner $2.00.BILTMORE I
base been oa the cheaper grade of beef, tin certain RATES !
which run front 25 per cent to 37 per <<"trbe' thought the Slow* Double
while' the and medium tides ,
top :
.: temporary 64. U. M ... ... 10
Edwin >Smlta ;;;;ef Tern t. Smith who have reduced from 20'per cent t* 24 national SO ROMS .
... (MIl a "top-aiad" la connection with per cent below price of a Tear ago. i ",: J.pt : M 'JJO
] : .
bit la-_'* cattle eperatiou a4 ,.'h* ha* "Producers of beef have taken lever loaa- lower ATLANTA BILTMORB
MW taneel Ma "puncher" ability te.... ee In prices dnr th* past monks. Beef enUI: quickly .
/ rarity II role wnagtmi eattlv are "WU* **JW rer .-wt. lower at price would a Address / Prestige


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Organization OfCooperatives II SOUTH FLORIDA SHIPS FIRST POULTRY CARMauran J 4-H Club Camp Close



Is r s r I After Address By;


Developing FasManager v M0' Nils Olsen

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Of Poultry; Cooperative Vila A. Olsen, chief of the bureau
Tn Of Some Benefit
agricultural economics V. 9. Dep.rtmaof
To Local Member
Agriculture, discussed opportunities I

By W. B. HAGGERT1"I I American agriculture at the final morale

Manager, Calf Coal Poultry Cooperative assembly of the 4-M Club Camp. He sail

Co-operative organizations for the tatrIcetlng that he did not believe la overlooking thi

of agricultural product In Florida difficulties before agriculture in the Inmediate

are being l formed ana developing I very future but that In spit of thi
rapidly. They all mm to b. unusual) prospective difficulties he is an optlml
successful In spite tt demoralized prices< and speaks with confidence of the real o;
on agricultural product and the genera portunltles afforded by farming
trend of many other kinds of business. This Among the difficulties. he mentioned we
thought ill surely worthy of some serious ors". t. .w..r..M.a )taus"ultra competition between Individual farmer

consideration, and will compel doubting competition from ether countries, increai
farmer ta resJUe that we, M promoters log efficiency resulting in increased surpluses

of :;' .*, work and the press of Florida Above Is shown the first full Carload ef lit* poultry to be shipped from South Floridaby and an Inelastic demand for too
which the Farm and Grove Sedlomhad the Wee Coast Poultry Cooperative. The car was eeeurigaed to Atlanta, aid waaseat products. The demand for other commo
surely done Ita share, have always been out *t a precise moment to relieve congested condition la local markets. titles, he explained Increases with create
right In advocating the neceulty of ersTinliatioa buying power but no individual can increase
In Florida and It also further hid capacity for food beyond cor
pro"e. the sound principle upon which cooperative taln point.
germicide Sterilac Cermoxone other
as or
marketing it founded. On the other hand Mr. Olsen
Poultry SpecialistTells non-poisonous ": r direction pr-4lcte<
Some Opposition that coms"witb the materials: Us thistreatment that the intelligence of American. farmer*
However with the growth of cooperatives constantly for at least a mont will lead them to solve most of these nrotx
also cornea the opposition and troubles Treatment Of or until all sign of the trouble have disappeared ems, especially aa the standard of living
encountered In such work. The** are for some time. on farms is becoming noticeably higher Indicating
many In number and kind but one ling la an increased effort to .obtali
conjunction With this general cleanup
barrier seems to predominate and keept Prevalent AilmentsBy of the bird and premise we recommeni greater returns from agriculture."I .
wore men from affiliating with cooperative strongly the use of at least two dosing see no reason'," said Mr. Olson why,
organisation than all other reasons with a proper to agricultural
with Salt
Epsom at the rat of one pound approach
combined. That ll the lack: of underatam C:: JI. MAGOON. per one hundred adult birds, letting the problems, this ho d not hare Ineerased -
dreg of the true accomplishment of a cooperative Duval County Poultry Specialist dosing come one week s prosperity, And I want to point
In affecting the price on all of In view of the wide spread prevalence To! assist the bird to build up a greater oat that profits in agriculture should not
the local crops whether eggs, citrus or produce of the above ultry troubles at resistance to disease we urge the free use be measured : tIIBth'or.l) terms
and not just the price receirei he present time nweaf.j not be untimely of succulent green food semi-solid buttermilk Agriculture p boy angirl
through an organisation la other word, for n* to consider some of the leading! aspects once each day and the addition of cod with aa unusual opportunity to, day -
too many non-cooperating farmers in Florida of these diseases. liver oil to the ration. The eml-solld buttermilk lop his er her powers. It affords an unusual
are laying, "I can get better price Every disease has a cause, of course ..ndthe may be bought emulsified with the outlet for service. There is no Industry re
Belling my product outside the erganliatlon first thing to do always In considering correct amount of cod liver oil If yon wish quiring effective leadership more than
than through it," ;;ufw-rf: saying: its treatment ill to remove the cause or If you are using a commerical ready milled' agriculture. We look to you 4-H Club boys
"I wonder If the of stab suites or 10 modify them a* to rrndex mash that contains cod liver' oil it may and girls to supply that kaderahli"
lizatlon through concentration storage and thPIII Ineffective.Teh be omitted from the above outline. Wesuggest Two boys and two girls participated in a
uniformity of park which la done only borganisation basic and fundamental cans behind however that even though you ation-wid radio broadcast last I
Isn't making it temporarily nine out of ten of our poultry contagion is mash contains dry buttermilk that you use from the central court of the new Depart.I:'t ,
possible fur me to receive I more money than birds of low vitality or that have been the semisolid also, at least until you fee ment of Agriculture building. Th program _
I would be receiving U the organization weakened by adverse environment or previous that your bird are in the pink of condition took the form of report to the secretaryof
were not In existence I diseased conditions. The writer bas again. agriculture from the four sections of

If every citrus grow ponltsyman and ieves this so firmly that he wishes it could t clean thoroughly, disinfect the United States. Roger Elser of New ,
vegetable grower would conscientiously go he printed in letter 'biwrnlf on the oc Completely:r ; build up vitality. Mexico spoke for the West Ann Schubring j
i directly to the headquarters .f cooperative door of every poultry Floridaor I ot Minnesota for the Central states, Mary
agencies and acquaint himself with the ( any other state. Countless examples Emma Powell of North Carolina for the
untainted truths of the work being don illustrating this point have from time to Favorable South, and Leonard Sapp of Delaware for
(I emphasize this because of the unfair lime come to our attention until- we feel Season the East. The reports were followed bypillowlight a
propaganda against organizations) and hat It should receive poultrymsn's first .1 ,'' described over the radio by
then asks himself the question as quoted consideration In the conduct of his busi Causes )Moderate Morse Salisbury, chief of the Had:* Serv ;
above, I am positive that within two yean ness. It will usually be found that there ice of the department Arthur M. Hyde,
Florida would be one of the outtsandlng are in every flock certain birds of low vital- .. secretary ef agriculture then addressed the I
agricultural states ia the union. icy even in a flock that la In general possessed IncreaseThe boy and girls and led a'candle-lighting -
Example of Work of good tsamina. The bird honldi Poultry ceremony which symbolized the taking'
As a very dear example of this I work watched for and culled out Immediatelyor home of the light of information and inplratkm -,
being don by farmer cooperatives, I offer they are a constant menace to the from the National Club Camp.
the following short story concerning one health of the flock. number of chick and :young chickens At the morning I session today (Tuesday) ,
little bit of work done, in this part of Flor. In the consideration of poultry diseases of this ,ear'* hatch on hand June 1 in the Director Warbnrton of the Extension Serve j
ida by the Cult Coast Poultry Cooperative .t all times It should be remembered that form flocks of crop reporter wa about 6 ice, said that he hoped club membership
just recently. invention i* of far more value than all per cent greater than the number on June would pass the million mark this year.
During the spring months, all poultrymen the cure-alls In the world. I, 129 the Crop Reporting Board of the This would require only one additionalmember '
start their new flock and consequently Dampness Cause SicknessIn Bureau of Agricultural Economics, U. S.Department for each five now In club work. I
from May to about September there IIan the present epidemic of roupy troubles of Agriculture has announced.: The club camp closed following an after j
enormous amount of broilers on the mar that We have it is undoubtedly due in moet The number on May 1 was more than 10 noon of educational tour to the Corcoran
kct This year with an Increase in poultry cases to the excessive rainfall and accompanying per cent greater and -on April 1 i\ was Gallery, the Pan American building, the
population there naturally were more damp; pot to say wet condition of almost 60 per cent greater than on the Lincoln memorial and the library of con
broilers and a* a result the Increase made the rune, yards and even the houses them- same date a J''tir ago If"'". i
the production exceed the consumption. ..I Ive*. This condition has persisted forIOme I I The season was unusually early and
Prices naturally declined and on May 25th week, even all summer and the favorable for laying and hatching this Three booklets' "Centra "
ground in the yards unable to cleanse itself spring, ef chick on "South
the awag price paid to the poultry by 'hatcheries by commercial and "North and Northwest" Florida have?
nineteen Tamp poultry dealer wa O"c I of the accumulated Impurities front I was extremely heavy. been issued by the Florida dep.rimel'tot
per pound. The officer of the Gulf Coast the dropping either by drainage, aeration I says the board. "Judging from the June agriculture They state of
Association realizing that lie Mason WM or sunlight i* acting as a source ef infection returns of crop reporters for their ownflocks nature, giving the are and a descriptive. j
resources Otentl.l.It'
for all these allied troubles. Wherever the final Increase in number this
Immediately arranged region
Mr. Rlsher ef the But Marketing Bureau It la possible we would urge that you spade year is likely to b* .. .." are illustrated. they cover and
) to ship a carload of broilers to the over or plow I the yards and run after putting : The number of commercial flock reported .
On Wednesday May 28 a solid car e ra good application of slacked lime i* not sufficient )permit an accurate
rJhf ten thousand pounds wee loaded I I tyour plant I Is so arranged that it i* at estimate of change in number for
.23 poundat all possible to change the birds to fresh that group but commercial flocks have I
and the poultrymen paid per FOR SALE-At Baritaia Prkest-U Bone.
the car doer. I ground, by all means do ae, and lima, plow apparently been increased more rapidly power Falrbaake-Men. single cylinder .
be and seed the run that are emptied to than far i flocks, the board adds.
first to
the
That shipment was ever II J24
(HorlsmtelV Y.tn1IIe R. P,
Numbers In farm flocks on June 1 in
vent out of South Florida and did just what I freshen them. the United State were about IS cent M. oafjao with a M3 direct drive frlctb
Clear Houses per
we anticipated because on Thursday Myf.9 elate*. Feel-Crude ell ar Dtstilato. .
greater than on that date ia 1928, but
house should receive
The themselves avery
the lneteen dealer were payingan This' equipment guaranteed 99% .
Mine now.Write "
only or 4 per cent higher than ia 1927.
average *f .24 cents per pound. Now thorough cleaning and disinfecting Increases in flock are reported at aboutpet Cibb Machine Co, Orlando, I'''. A I II
the poultrymea who are not members of going any goad approved disinfectant such
11 cent In the North Atlantic, about I
received .03 H cent more as ereolin, rasbelmenm or the other good I Ij
the cooperative cent in the North Central 3 cent
coal tar disinfectant If the floor .la dirt, r I
: 'rfn
for: the poultry they old 01 Thursday than the South Atlantic, 2 per the
he three Inches should be removed and
would have if there were no organisa top
they I South Central, and 20 par cent ln the West- j
I with clean soil from location
tion operating and the possibilities are they placed a era of State
group
would have. been forced to take loss than that poultry ka not run on. The feed, !
.201*1 cent had this work not been done. grit, shell an dottier. hoppers and dishes
Organization Necessary should be emptied and thoroughly crabbed Th Florida State Marketing Bureau estimates nom ;
The work of the association distributing with a solution .ef Babbit potash or Ire that there are only thirty-four thousand '
and the Florida Citrus Exchange distributing and then dlainfeetod aa above indicated for *aero in watermelon this year as
eggs fruit has an identical effect onprices the house Th drinking utensils of what- compared to forty thousand in 1929. The EMBASSYMOOlARGEUGKTsWtS
but they are net as apparent to the ever kind should be snubbed out and dialau decrease ia said to be due to the unprecedented j'
III..'. mind because the work is ected, using especial care in this a* moat nine la March and to the cold BBD&DW&YAT70"SENM
avenge
don more gradually and Is spread out ever of the infection In roupy trouble occur weather. I'rlcoo.ra expected to rise sufficiently
whir la this OlIO instance .t the drinking dishes. Use your own :yes to cover this, however, because of YM i
a period yean
shipment ef this particular .nd common stage and make a thorough job a general shortage.
ensrmoae
product an was mad in OlIO day. of this cleaning up for unless this i I. a

This accomplishment would fear* boon impossible thorough Job you have wasted your time. ALL 'WITH BATH
without organisation So where 1ftI'orldo Energetic measures are required t*
Is these a citrus grower po ultry. out each a trouble when once well established SouthetrAt S2SOADd FOR 01+E PER9011 -\
not willing I to kind of m enee premise many time the IORTIO1
man OAWAND UP
work after a sincere t'ulIoft truthful Information disease will appear' to be tinder good control 33
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regarding Its accomplishmentsand or even stamped rat only to suddenly Special Rates fee Permaneal I
reappear when rain or other favorable GenetsBBASONABLB '
possibilities.Florida conditions arise that temporarily lower the

led all other state ia ,t" shipment resistance( of the bade. This point cannot. rise assvaQSas.

of six ef the a leading truck crops M stressed toe greatly.Tram 61dm a.1&r-. Oft canvas U H*
during the 1928-29 oason according to f Drlnklag'WaterAfter IniM**.. insTable
recent survey Department ef Agricultural the bird ef low vitality and the a'SaseDDtaaase. tL.
:rIct: the Experiment Sta nee that ar suffering In the more ad- I
tioa. Then crop were celery, tomatoes, anced stair ef the trouble have been removed DanP.MOLONT
green bean, cucumber, peppers, and egg and disposed ef by selling the former
.. The .state ab .tood second In the and burning er deeply,burying; the letter -
shipment" ef watermelon, and third to early treat al drinking water that the birds 1dm
Irish ,.I.t..*. have access to with some sack powerful



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FLORIDA FARM & GROVE SEcTION' PAGE NINE



)se I IoW" Producers In Improvement Of Native Beef Stock Is Dairy Cooperatives .



:y, I :ti \Dairy Herd Should Continued With The Importation Of Prove Effective As



lIe Eliminated. Now 25 Brahma Bulls From TexasBY Marketing Agencies


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rime Proper Feeding, And E. I. ACKEN don by the one of Brahma bulls. Where Approxkmtely 40 per, cent or $325,000,.

'le. I '(Intelligent Breeding Arc Staff Writer Florida Fares Md Grove the average native Florida troll weighs 1 000 worth of the Bilk Mid In the United

Essentials. Reed Section I 650 pounds,n" Brahma weigh from 1000 State In U2I wa* marketed by fluid-milk
Ora"e ; '. Further development in the-work of Improving t* 1200 three rears," Mr. Lykee cooperative marketing associations according
..aiK /''' BY 0.ER'ED the beef cattle in Florida were said. uruaddltioa., they are hardier and U Butaet UeUger, agricultural economist
the ef Industry. brought to the attention of the public by I having abort hair are more tick resistant
) ef of Ik* Bursas Dairy the arrival on June 2!*of twenty-five sebu We have soon of this stock already and to a report ef a survey of the milk
Int mi \. S. Department ef Agriculture bulls at the Lykea Brothers cattle yardsat have found their offspring tbe fromtwentyfive Industry. Just Issued by the U. S. Department -
tht There are three thing we can do to make Tampa. 1 to thirty percent better than of Agriculture.Mr. .
- mi. Cull the These cattle known a* Brahmas, native cattle."
herd more profitable. Metager that the rapid growth
aleIwe oar dairy others according to proved that they possess almost 11"1 Brahma were tint Imported from India, more
feed
loWj..ducerll the lous ability to breed up the native : where they origmiated to Texas during the of cooperative milk marketing associations
'what they ran produce when well fed; then Texas and the Southwest in ability to resist administration of President kooeevelt and started In the World War period and that

rmet ,breed Intelligently- Let' consider what tick Infestation, produce good quality with his encoungemnet. They were successful much of the time line 1020 has been spent ,
crew ,wt, can Mcomplish by culling the low-pro- meat with less feed, and grow to larger there and in the surrounding Southwest I
1 sU ,desirer cows from our dairy herds.ftudles sites. They ar* also exceptionally hardy. in resisting the fever tick and today .
too by the Bureau of Dairy Indus.f Howell tykes, of the well known ship many three-quarter bred bulls I are shippedfrom more than l&O milk marketing associationsIn
.m f the production, feed estsin .Dairy ranching firm of Lykea Brothers.in Texas to other states that wish to the United State, 45 that ar* member
route rib records of cow on nn'1 with a representative of improve native I .r.dfth.t ef the National Cooperative Milk Producer
m InJ Ewd-Improvemnet Associations, have Florida Farm and Grove Section said: "I Mr. Lyke the cattle Industry Federation market approximately $300,000.-
car 'shown that the elimination of the lowest regard the beef cattle of this state as the Insofar as it Is conducted as an open range 000 worth of milk a year. The DalrymenuLeague
producers from the dairy herd not onlyIncrease best possible collateral for loans. How proposition, la being curtailed more rapidly Cooperative I Association of New
be the average production per cow, ever the coat of producing beef has been than la economically proper. J'fne York, alone, did more than $85,000,000
saner but always result in Increasing the cash constantly Increasing, narrowing the martin 10 per cent of the state is : worth of business In 1928.
income ever cost of feed per cow. There- of profit to the [niter. The result either for pasture purpose .f cultivation, "Th, sale and distribution of fluid milk
Iselinr for*,,if any dairyman Is dissatisfied with >u bees that ranchers are selling stock, he says, but the open range Is rapidly by the producer U the consumer," Mr.
in \the Income which he makes over cost of slaughtering females and withdrawingFrom disappearing. It hat reached a point when Metiger ays.. "we one of the earliest
'feed, b* can always Increase that Income this msjor industry the cattlemen are either being forced out form of fluid-milk marketing and Is till .
per cow by culling a little closer.At Solution ef Trouble of business, or eompelld t* less large the practio in many .f the email towns.
, present, when the surplus of .fry "The solution would seem to lie .In ..t- areas of rang and fence It for Florida. With the growth of cities each farmer
products In this country Is abnormally ting; more and better beef for the same Under conditions aa they exist In could not so well have personal contact with
lure high and when um-'I.nor'Jn:: cost of production. We think thia can be where on head reonir about *" v his customers, and the practice of selling\
e in \tly 1 low, closer waysof bin milk to a distributor grow up. Moreover
poinso gettin* better :hIuIW .te Our sanitary regulations In some cities I
,figures indicate lowest- mad necessary a greater Investment and
Irmoon producing 1 per cent of the dairy cow In the purchase of more ui I'
this country would not lower the milk. and than was profitable for : smalj family; \
daywens butterfat production aa much u 1 per cent, business.In .
: but only one-fifth of 1 per cent; and that almost every city many of these small
the. ,culling the lowest-producing 10 per cent distributor began to operate each witha
;of our dairy cows would not lower the business somewhat .larger than the family
buys 'milk end butterfat production 10 per cent, unit I but not distributing a large proportionof
1 but only S per t.tht f fj the total supply. Gradually the more
In a 1 ; Borne people lay It la not good logic efficient increased their business, and consolidations
nlnc'Jart. blame the low-producers<< when then is took place. At present there
, surplus of dairy product In this coun are many cities in which one distributor I
,ram am not interested in whether it is sells more than half of the milk marketed.
tary Jlo. low-producers or-whether it I I. the high- "Th object which the producers had in
s ot that cause the surplus -but I mind In forming moat of the earlier ce-
in the .fine effect
Nell'rlIlC mightily Interested operative marketing associations was the
, the culling of the low-producing cows retail distribution of milk. They felt that
from dairy nerds ha. the pocket-:
our upon the distributor was getting more than his
lathe 4 took of the dairy industry. share of the consumer' dollar. By retail
for ,> f Explain. Associations Ing the milk used for fluid consumptionand
I iA Dairy Herd-Improvement Association the remainder
processing they reason
uy aI Ivan of about 20 dairy firmer i :r M'PpfA
organization y
by ed that they would not only receive the
who cooperatively employ a man to
sam wholesale price) that they received
err.the- !test their cows for economical production A It;i under the private distributor system but
::J.lkth..ndtel butterfat One day each would obtain the distributor share of the
; loth
weighs the feed profits, which they believed to be exceptionally -
Ling concentrates and roe cow large."These
r'iikfn.i I
king ,-'Ia the herd; weighs her tests It cooperative marketing assocla I
lnay-, \ fee butterfat= and ":iUf the a-r:1 I tI=Ions which were established principally, in
2 income and income over feed the small or medium-aixed cities, operated
) reach cow. From the record of one day a plant and distributed milk on regular
ery- 9 per month he computes the record of the I routes. The operations were usually on a
ship individual cow for the month and for the small scale and milk I cam from close-In
.ar. year, and by comparing the production territory. II'his fact mad It easy for the

.mil records of the daughter of each dame bull with he A pris Zubu Ball Ilindu Prince, Imported Into this state from Trinidad British West !I producers, who were as a rule personally
the records of their ,
IL production
ter.'ran t passes an accurate judgment:t upon the *c- ndle*. This breed originated In India where they are considered sacred by the satires I effort acquainted and,rendered to get together elaborate in ornnlxationanneeeceary. cooperative

teal breading value of tttf hulL Thus thefarmer land 1 out -
range, the purchase of pasture *
i"'ih" association knows, at all
the I 'In other cities, particularly the larger
ef the question. But where lease can be
'ensth tines, what every cow in his herd Is pro.duclng. most negligible.However I ones, whets a greater amount of capital!
Knowing: the amount of production I would not recommend the' obtained at from five U ten cents an acre wa necessary t* enter the distributing

and the cost of feed, he is able to cull uddea elimination of 30 per cent of our I a year It Is till within the realm of possibility business, the producer cam together In e
without :
the low and unprofitable producer for cattleman to make cooperative organisation for the
a profit.
.. He it able to feed the rest of airy cow*. To get rid of a* many cow, a purposeof
determining what would b their term
Standard *
mows !! Breed practical
ova according to their capacity for all at one would completely demoralize the
sale I and of
of obtaining I power te negotiatewith
Going back to the breeding phases of
'gent profitable production. Thus he Increases airy industry and would ,cause a milk
the business, Mr. Lykea said that it was the distributor a* U prices. Thin
Live 5' leis he la able to as* the .
profits. Also amlne. I would not recommend the sudden type of producer' cooperative organisationbecame i
inland breed his herd Impractical to import bulls of the standard
records In such as to
way
a
culling of 20 cent of our dairy known as the bargaining aseociaalion.
'.a toward higher production, instead of per I beef breeds such aa Hereford Aberdeen
for the I would hesitate Angus Shorthorns, for the o' It owned no facilities for and had
down toward a lower and .Was profitable cows, ssm reason, -I or purpose
\ nothing to do with physically handling tile
Induction per cow. to recommend the sudden elimination breeding up native rang cattl "Ther I*
a ; *Tine Dairy Herd-Improvement Assocla-' of! the lowest-producing 10 per cent of our na disputing the fact that sires of thes milk. i
- ;tJMie are growing rapidly, in number and airy i cows, trough that would certainly i breeds would improve our native stock" he {
- Influence all over the country and the Nai not Bend any profit producers to the butch said, "but we must face the fact that they i
i tonal dairy breed associations* re. .r. Such a culling and killing would be will not stand up under our range condition JACKSONVILLE BEACHES ARE
w.t. worked out and adopted herd teat; too drastic. It would create at milk famna *. It would simply mean that we
: Jeently by which it may be possible to bring: and also it would put too much cow- would have to forget the rang and resort NOW AT THEIR BEST.
.tea a very rapid improvement In .... meat on the .market. That would be bad to regular a'dlVl. during the season ol
ewe. fairy herds. .1 for the dairy industry, and perhaps worse spars have made a practiceof
... If At the beginning of 1930 there wereipeout for the beef Industry, shipping Angus bulls to Cuba for use on
i 1450 Dair Uerd-Improvement Aasoilation It probably would not be wiae to recom-? our herds there Iorage but there I* a \Vetu difference Yq
= In operatioThese associations me the culling of any particular per cent< in the situation.
-1 I ire working wonders for the dairy Indus- at this time, but rather to recommend thai I ally have plenty of range, which is loaded
1j yof the United States. Dairymen any. the dairymen of this country should endtheir with succulent Para grass, and w* have
j where who want to organise I one ef these herds closer and closer and not stop no difficulties along that line. Thes bulls
aesoclationa can find out how to proceed culling until they have brought production are immunized against ticks before they
*y asking their county agricultural agent and consumption into proper balance. After leave Texas" so w* have little worry along
er their State College of Agriculture. The that the culling at the bottom should that line. I
Bureau of Dairy Industry U. 8. Department be continued aa rapidly a* breeding cam West ef the cattle that are leaving Flor. It'N
of Agriculture, Washington D. C., bund at the top.I ida now are slaughtered for meat purposes r
Baa a bulletin on the subject, "Dairy Undo have given the figures that strawta though a few ef them reach the feed lot I
Improvement Associations," ".rmer.' Buiktfn results of culling In average herds. The of northern feeders, and some are sold as
No. 1604-F, copies of which will\ IIINot herds on test in Dairy Herd-Improvement stocken. J.
free upon request u long a* the supply Associations are producing about 60cent per Brahma crone-bred steers are used almost -
exclusively in rodeos, due to their
lasts. more milk and butterfat per cow uaaa
t "/lest T. dr.ep In mind produced in the average herd. In the liveliness and bucking ability
f ( In all this hedd-lprovement work three herds on test culling i* now supposed to
kings are kept constantly in mind,-cullfcig. Intelligently\: nnd according to
and Culling the t'no.n'p For that iv- enough left to fair
feeding breeding. ; reason TOO pay wage
'I i /ow-prodncirs from the herd and feeding I would perhaps h* surprised U know that for labor, after paying :hn': :' of feed Hotel Burbridge
)e rest of the cows according te their afacity the lowest-producing 10 per cent of those and the other overhead cost of keeping
for production, bring immediate cows are producing n* profit to their owners. the* cows in the herd. JACKSONVILLE
The Bureau of Dairy Industry If these cows were transferred t* the Therefore In conclusion let via recommend .
which show that more culling meat market, their owner would te all commercial dairymen,....whether Florid
fUlti.i rerll average herds In Dairy-Herd make more money from them than they their cows ar grade or registered -Fireproof
,' Association herds, and even are making now.tilling. that they first find out what each and every SUMMER RATES
.i t' of registered dairy "HI. Ac- Registered Cows cow in the herd I* producing, and as
ceding to now available in our How about the registered dairy cows onfeat far aa possible, what the and of that production With naming water-
reau, the culling ef the fewestproducingper in ear Dairy Herd-Improvement Asso.ciationat is. Then evil systematically until single l ,32.1111Double
II11 cent ef all the dairy cows in this Should any ef them b* culled every cow la the herd i* bringing in a 11= .,==.V.l b0
wtantry would not reduce the dairyman's out and tent to the butclrrt The** qoestona satisfactory net profit Dont top 'cullng With Private BathfllagU .- j

income by a single dollar. The lowest seem to find an answer In n recent even then. Keep: on culling until eve ..r-r-T.---, _... .._, ,2.5,
r per cent could be culled and there would tabulation w* have mad of ",000 mature erycow In:* herd i* bringing in: large Doable .MMMMMMM.__'..00
na noticeable 10... Yet the lowett-pro- registered dairy cows of the different net profit year While w* culling Twin Bed --13.00
could breed The show that the loweet- most build at the that the
.dancing 80 per cent of Mir dairy cows figure we top, aa Garage Aerosol Street
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through camps in several elate, and of FIRST PURE-BRED DAIRY .
Increasing NumberOf the service rendered by newspaper In di,-
SALE PLANNED FOR
Things WorthKnowing aemlnatlng Information about extension F/

work. Considerable stimulus ba been given -
\Women In Home to Income producing activtle inch as A committee ro-m the State Dairy }'

---- poultry work, high:: grade canned and preserved man' Association Is arranging for a.
foods, garden product and fireside sale of pun-bred dairy cattle to beheld
DemonstrationWork industries, a* well as to development of at Monticello, tober 23. This ]
TUB BELT A kvlfrttai of the United States DoiortmMlof
will be under the auspice of the atate\
AirlcullurolBOMOKHV and told. Extra money in the rural
,Ioo'TI.i."i:' ftootlM, Recent years have revealed a marked horn often enable the family to make desired association
lo Bl, airlandu.el. *wnnhle .f l4 n4 pjwnn*. growth In extension personnel! the result Improvements in their surrounding, The committee la composed of J, A.'']
bbm. pooltkn of tern
=Adjustments In famine Flea IM. Oovho-.i: of Increases 1. Federal and State tpproprUtloni to buy boob and clothe for the family, Frohock, developer ofInspirationRanch
W obtained from the DrpmrtaM.k of AerlmUnr for the work, and also a notable and to keep the children In school or to where pure-bred Guernseys are
A BOOKLET WORST A monthly rovbw *r M : ... bred, exclusively; Mr. Oxer, of the Mi-
4M feUlWr ItmotlntloM. that will k* of IntofM lner .H In the number of farm women end them to college lam Farm in Miami) and Hamlin L.
I* nil Mrrloltoral workom. Covla> nuif k* obtained titillating In home demonstration par-I Business group, the press and other
Brown extension dairyman with the
wllboirt eAarla from our P -ids Farm *nGron < ,
lnor* Uli Biirmii Itu......... Hotel BulloV Dr. C. W. Warborton, director of extensionwork agencies have ,1excellen) support to cooperative extension work in agriculture .
M0511330 rinMm U. S. Department of' Agriculture, extension work, :Says Doctor Warburton, and home economics.
.TRAWIRRRY AND UIHTrllBUTlOM OP Tim COMtlKUAL Mid today (June 25) In an address before who believes that home demonstrationwork It Is hoped that ten heifer and twenty \
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tea kr J. W. Blrowbrid., of the bare.a of .:=: tIM American Home Economic Anociatlon I Ie now on a more satisfactory basis bulls of registered stock can be assembled -
tor* This p> t review *f Uw *M.,*T*<*1 iMltlolf The number of home economics ... than ever before and I I. advancing toward for the ..I.. Cooperation of
ties" *rov, Ik' iravlk W tk l.di trr, th* *na* a( tension worker li
ptiMtwUiM the rarfcnlo .. tnwkorrl. *t*. toplotk now 1,085 aa compared] greater accomplishment the field men from the various cattle
nay :obtained : so the euwrlnt.nd.ne of with lIel81r.o:; :: yearn ago, This U an In- -- club, the railroads, county agent. and
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C. "#losing twstr. Of the 1,845
are county all others working with the farmer, la
"BSTTTKH CHOP WITH PLANT roooThe 1 home demonstration worker, at comparedwith June Crop .ReportFor t being ought In order to make the
Poolut. Book of Arrlruhuro." A monthly lunoiM 1,049 on June 80, 1928. vent aa successful a* it should be.
that k full *f In *rootln* and grantable Many rural
women help to plait this
The *Mrrnt Was onnfaiiM
some eualli .uas..Usft
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for lade.. as irtlrl about. routine. .h_.. an work and serve .. local leaden, thus enabllnc Florida:
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many IM.ooUliml k.r Interoitlne. 1 lion rro sboerlotbm' the paid worker to reach a greater year but below that of two year ago 1
snap kr wrtlo. gw rbrU. torn and
(inm InroflMllo Bonou, Ullbkac HaM BU1.., number of rural people. Economic fact HELD CROPS:-Harvesting of oat Is I
THI. PI. revealed by studies and surveys art seer (Release from Bureau of Agricultural already completed. Corn I* backward compared .

-... t CATERPILLAR*: the am .( tremors MAOAZINC.ta Illtl know a vumtlM poop Ing more frequently a* a basis for plan- onoJtl1c.) with last year and there U a larger i;
.f the world, Kith ... Seats Anwrl**, AI..... Iniii, ping program of work. There I* a definite Weather during May. was generally dry percentage of poor itands. While the crop
w wrier Tim la env- 'Jfcto..Firm bi M end the *
1I.-U'kI Htlhboro HoMI Vim, "What project ha the extension service rainfall was genera over the citrus territory I crop in West Florida were suffering for,
CEDAR PRUUUCT--A. aural, ..* to offer this yeart", to a concern for, Excessive rainfall In extreme South lack of rain at the close of the month.
war km .dmtap f sailor h ifaMU> ,KterW.to prmM oiieoni mob The damage nrodtnt.h.. "What shall be done to solve these prob Florida has damaged the truck crop remaining I Condition In hay crops and pasture la below

k wnnt in i i.M k. termed plootM l -d. MJ Uk. Isms we have found' for harvest In the staple sections that of last year due to the prolongeddry
tie glass of onllnor. plats II shout th* HIM COM. Of the various subject matter phases of east of the Suwannee River, there I weather. Present indications are that
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M PIM 7f like.T"7 ordinary ......... IM repellant u.lltlM h horn economic extension, nutrition and has been sufficient rainfall over most of shade tobacco will show a lighter yield but
.ere lupnlor to Ikox .( water wo.d ...._ of the foods continue ** moat popular. The num. the territory. West of the Suwannee River, better quality than a year ngo. Growth of
iMwii tr. Mdw MCta.r ell which.li'H,xmtolM.M to MM The. wid.lv Product s.d I. ber* of women availing themselves of home rainfall was lighter and men unevenly distributed tobacco has been retarded by lack of rain.,

thrauiihaul Uw stall. hewing attracted demonstration service in clothing home and on June 1 crops were In need TRUCK CROPS-By June 1, the Flor.
.mikl.. attention la laser at the their vnitlwni management, home furnishing, health, of rainfall over much of this section e. Ida commercial potato crop had heed harvested
eats. The .. ..
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ed iTJr...<-. f1 bandied through Meal lumbw l.ndllC.ptlmprovement and marketing have : : the higher land. and shipment of other truck from
.and knlldliii supply ."' Tk. j>r.t ran.it also Increased lubstantlally. Child care and FRUITS and NUTS:-Dropping of elk. Central and South Florida was about over
OI0(.Ik....pta.i.N Obtain"I. MrloU h. writing. d.r. IWtkw our Farm l.fornu.and training which b one of the newer phases rut fruit continued during early May butIt except for watermelons. The melon from
f"-. Infxlaatbn. Burma. Hillsbare HOW aldol. of home economic extension, has gained I I. now holding better. The reported Central Florida are now moving in volume
... impetus rapidly. The development ef recreation condition of citrus show a decided drop and shipments from West Florid are expected

music appreciation, and social activities since May is still materially higher to begin about June 29.
WOOD has been evident. than on uln1 of last year. Conditionof FARM LABOR:-Farm labor ly '
DECAY PRECAUTIONSLumber Doctor Warburton outlined the method orange son June 1 was reported at 80 continues I In excess of the nd.'IIPi Or

for training local leaden of which there per cent of normal compared with 90 percent ",un, 1 supply was reported at 103 per cent
In storage and buildings, especially Ire now nearly 66,000 working with adultgroups on Hay 1 of this year and 63 per centa and demand at 79 per cent compared with

near the ground, may b* attacked by and 23,000 working with f-H clubmembers. year .... Grapefruit wa reported at a supply of 100 per cent and demand of
a fungus causing a decay known a* dry H* spoke of the encouragementof 81 per cent compared with 89 per cent on 81 pe' cent on June ', 1929-
rot; thus proper precaution should be healthful recreation for farm women May 1 and 118 per cent on June 1, 1929. For the United State, a winter wheat
taken Jad storing the lumber and protecting The June 1 condition of tangerine was crop of 532,409,000 bushels I* indicated by
the G. F. Weber, associate reported at 78 per cent compared with 88 the June 1 --condition of 71.7 per cent of
plant pathologist with the Florida Expert- ease-free lu.jtwr from a reliable dealer, ?e rcent it month ago and 66 per cent a normal. This i* A per cent below 1929 and.
ment Station, recently stated. Wood invaded and use creosote, or some other wood preserve rear ago. The satsuma crop will be much about 8.8 per cent below the flv.yr
by this fungus, which Is termed Porio tlve, on the sills, joists I studding, sub- lighter than a year ago. Older grove average of 19241928. Condition of oats
incrassata becomes dry, shrunken, crack floors. partitions, andpier*. Allow the were injured and some of the younger on June 1 averaged 83.2 per cent comparedwith
ed, brownish, and brittle, and in advance ireservativ to extend up the wall several! grove killed by the cold of last winter. 82.0 last year and a ten-year average
at.gea may even be pulverised in the hand. eet Prospects for Florida peaches and pean of 83.7 per ..nt Project for pears art
Control measure are really preventative Inspect the building frequently and remove are lower than a month ago and indicated slightly above last year but for peaches,
measures. Simply provide plenty of ventilation all infected materiel I a* soon .. located. production i* under that of last year A the poorest line: 1921. While no definite
betwee i the floor und sills, construct Cut at least tw, feet beyond the last rood crop of blueberries Is now being harvested forecast of the apple crop I Ie made on June
pier of material other than wood, prevent signs of the rot. The new wood should be in West Florida. The pecan crop 1, a crop but lightly in execs of the short
water leaking Into the building, select dis- creosoted before It i Ie used, he continued. will probably be better than that of last 1929 production seem likely.





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..MAY IIS.", t'I"M'It"H.Reek.Mined I.i.t1"r r., = MEN-WOMEN. Is UP. OmramMil ** 1101 M. MONEY TROUBLE HAVING INFORMATION
: >oId. flotilla Yarns. w._ Ga. MM mama, IMuir mrk Common tdur.UoMixllF predta selllne MW UkUelotk. Uok lnHaM HUM ....... P.rtleulom. fray Write K, ,_
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bond" Iftliches. I, .I ONE DOLLAR GUARANTEED: : mfr Investment may
ts.kor"001. : sad:: {oe,'M..W Do.r: .., Day..else. DIBTRIBUTO adwrtlslug. usurping. Good fmf Thuxlnds Writ Cunka. !_M. lias
0-... FLOWERS All ysr alder work Saumprdl. 'Mi 11. O.klM4. C.lif.:
HI. O.H.iiit, ('.111.
BABY CHICHI. >oli.l end started tMeksImowdiet@ !
delivery: barred .. Hxb' 'W ..* '... WAJiTKD-T. hour from ewes.of form .. ants. COLLECTIONS .i
Whit Rockj, *bll. and Buff OnrinetoM. UlMt proved land tor .... 0, H...,.,. R.Idw/a, Wit MISCELLANEOUSmal. '
Browns With U.k.rM and A._... Write, lotrim. g
.. Norman H."'....". KHO..HK T.... PLANTS & SEEDS WH COLLECT a* nint> KotM, *hlnw fMrirwlMre.
N* shares unless **IUt4. buktkkW t* nm, t;
FLORIDA amwllutf. skirt "...* to .1.*. hum.dr.d. .! ". trouble paving Information. akoae Red Have mo* coll. iions 4 wary state and nil& prl fCan4n t
'. ,ramp WAa tar E--Wlilppooniin Cwpou. 11 it he Mine 1:0.: ... a_, 1'.loul. my Write, It r. Clams, n' rottr put des .eeouMt*. Bank re
elan R Ilme.n: N.lrhny ;:: h., Fia, 11..1 ::'tr..t.f;Vdvrt alone Si.** kn, or II.IS W for tea _., Boa T....'" CMkl*.*. Ck f.riiofii. 101.,'. Coltiyrton A....... *"<>aMri*t, Ky: l
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I CUr T>. Missile and Cm: ..nn>.. Plant Cl.....Tin. HIGH BLOOD Mtr va. may .k* Inexpensively r*.
CATTLE I....... wllkoul. drops. Bead aMrtM" Bloke (Hi). WANTED
FIELD PEAS AND I'A'J Br.bK.rn. Irmw. Clnn, 110....... Fiends
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Pass. V.rvrt B* .*. c.......... <:hul... mad Other CASH fe tab .., elmraVI jrr. .... WANTED wood turf
FOR IN beat. G"rrweer sea Hslst.le dairy (.Id med Writ* Iv latest *....*. pried. Frtvatt pMlkM, .o.dirsd.lsONM" .. R. Dkkw. aDl far w1. "C:100':1":: : : 85th.Chippows :.
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