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Pabor, William E. ( Pabor Lake, Avon Park, Desoto County Florida )
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-,s4m ing t'h,-6-6 f '!- r d. f6itil- ily ,theLCOS't PlNECAP-PLE vj &NTATio ki 1Qs, ,6 .. careL an t forty m ore acres. -cLontinuing .t -_'_";j- L IL I ... .- ',, ,,, I,_ ,,
OU L L 9 L L ,':';
L' 'L 9 19 1 9 t L L: L'! I I I I ,, '& af 6ri V i.jh6jrj "" I ra : L ':-L 9 j I - r,
1, 1, , AneseL- o- pine-. af the 1be.,p antingL tiqk6 when, L L _4L,
9 9 1 9 9 L .. 9 L 9 ,
I -1 -.- ,,,' 1, L ur 1. sarne ratio, w h4 .;wouldthe L elp wio u la Lbe 4 ne I ed. 9 L .L L L L Non L 9 I 7 , ,_" ,
I- ,, 9 'L' f IL 9 9 9 1 1:l e reg I d e nt -0-wrvers.- I A ojis66-,,i4 f
,,,app1c_,pyrarnid' L -WDuld_1:_tU L M ble:to result' be 'atL' the 'endL O twenty 9'99. _-_ L. L d After jeng For 9 I L ,
Ll 1 9 4 9 ' 1,
'- L I I I ., 9 9 LL 9 . % 9 1 9 L I , L 9 L 9 '- L I ', I
I pieces, , . 9 9 49 9 1 L L I LU 9 L a fu I 11 L 'acre Lp antation is inadej One-m an. 9 9 L 9.9 L ,,5. - I S 951971 ,, L, I L :', :
, 9 ,L L years? It w6 1 dL bewilder L L 9. 9 9 9 jo i L I L I I
L I L L L L" 9 L .9 I 9 9 .k
L' 9 L L P 9 9 9 9 9 it L. gjVi L W L 1, ,
!:, ",q :,L t 0 Ing' n- L easi V- ca e L 1
"L .. I r. : t. L 19 L .ca 9 L L e ari ; now prepared tO.c6ntiact-,,4,,
1, L 9 fledged tatis ician asay n th .11 ) 9 rig' Lif L 9 '9 I
,r I : ,_ L I I- . L Ui An LL 9 -be a m o nth y b L u tivation WIt L r L 'Lt eL -4
1, L 9 fo h 1 nting and
L% 9 1 99 q need I i h -care of pihe-L ,,,3,
I % 1 9'. 9 L L : 9 : 9 I of a rur4 ist in the Flori ,woods. jli6 '' L* 1


Very A166i of T (ertlli er. j

13U 114ejrll ',asSjE:tant.- -differen t Part some a7ku-fbg- JhBiih -h a:Vy 6p li
ri 'k,
Msa',i d not reolui potash-, 17
in" yvaerits, tintil, ,,'c v oes roianything- be- The-p6a,,reqI4
"' h6r'-4iOtice,- 64U ld VS; yond.phosphorio acid in oursandy '8oils to keep it 'frora flyingg", turning yellow
41FO, -91 "t e, I nyone h gro before itmatures.
wh6:has from t e d up
South qt-- a' Oh
1 j 4 NosH
ro s t r,-,, y % L
75, ed thQz"ttar-i4ast, now',fbat any, th,-a favorable Aeasbn tbgllsh peas
75P cio that l and
p s In starch as4oassavai willLproold6e 00 bushels,.'pbr,' Iacr6,
froin- 1, t c *5,a Thb, Flo
50, must have potash;:. nd plenty or it.- 1 Ah el all 'the way" rj
$ Tinni t Line
'to The latterprice is, secured, only to JmkqonviHe;',89,*aunah Atlanta and
like toplkntcassa:viv, succeed a-cq n',
vo in
'rer the eafliestAbipmen s.'
crop thatjj agbecii', wejj:.!cult tvateol a4 - Sti Louis,' KA:usas' ate
IqUintbe Plahts.4oboV
n I i berels stroll
fertiliz'eol. a 'd f th 'North- deorjla 'the etc. oDly liu@ "through-,
tber partica ars- with'- plafL'of- ggrow -Iat,, e:Utitudeof wit h
ba*L, Lines fa! Imall
of crAbgrass,,purslaberor c6w V mence prepare, n fat SlEepers from jacksonvIllb .", to X6w
rftc ,4-specjally:,feSqrv e'd elthe'r, on- .1 1- L ' I L t
Crop" t. : s :1.
'crop Orkan
following theL cor n I ho uld' 'be th jA about.'january,:L1, Al*ays
-c --to--depot, Sit
lose '- L e 0 L
2 ithe'land hom
ed under *hen.g e66tober I nL '01 aa' a
f1own etc, etc.,.otu appliam p1?ou", titu'le): tb L e' an d -we4j- t4e 'bre L ak, I t- up broadcast'. L
4 eatIOD.SS faltowjrig spring 1 6ploW t 'O-Taiid! ln'thd Ldt 'R ...... L '_ li L L ays and the op6n
"A -90. jng-"fj t Le"jiijjc Lt L, P ''I L
-tt VS 6et"L ge e ght
part'gr Alarch or,"b6ginn -:three apm Ui
c6lo-n, '41
Or: ten wa2b lb of,--well rotted
Apt at the, garri esca ering: roaa- ads table'
Ca a oUt' thi 6e'z'-hundt6d:..:-potin S ZO manu ; and-600 pounds :of commercial NAY
Y fi/ 1".a L'
iS ,e
rs 'T e f[MefilL murlate tapb, _week or-two 'fertilizer to the acre putting it only'
la r, r Un five jooth L Cover this kth 6 fura; 'dqltfv&tOr"Las. e- pr
deep as. : possibly ef th .
an 'rQw8 a n4.) 0 tA CA tand 'full y teii'LdayS L be :
t j3AVU YOtJ REAT) Cd()rj jL$L 1f0VEj,$?
t,, to L
this -plowing.. T ves the,,. fare plan D --Use two bushetar seed
j'L and; it goon warmsi, u teady, for.., t ei the acre: growers iof experience find that
planting pf the.seed. We, cannot plant Landreth'sExtra Early 18 best. c6ld:sofl, as it:would Soo n rot, 'They. 66 earliest, -the, heaviest
:and for this reason it is very.difficult to bearers, and the most -reliable.
it oVer to
kj' :k8ep -the seed 0 the winter. Use a broad shovel-plaw open the.
alWa 8 UP in short beds for planting,.Land ina w..
YLS G!I t 'My
:Pi ecesaf three or four i"beSL as wide as-nossible soas to have-a biq:44
jr X Z 0
Ing a ire, I a flat SurfkCeL the a h6n'
EEOL have at least.thrc6 eves or Jot
sy sprouts, 'Op 'eaph plec I be sped is put in it, ght to oover. a widthL
;O U L ': L''. . ."
PER about thebegi-nn otsix inches,,at 4east. When growing.
ofE in g OfLMarc.h the Same.
-A" Z
J.FENIM t etter- are, L
iway as1;bedj sweet l;otatoes; on a modern I they support each, a her
ately' warMLhot-bed inLa Waiin laeation'L so easily laid.dowir by high nds ?.A-:and b theend of April the.. Sprouts WillL or burnt by hot suiis, aswh en 'they: are.
For rai*. .s and
L W inches. above the ground. :j I nL narro drill., In covering qm: try ther information apply ,
then Ikyoff,-my land ran I r feet apar 'L Leach toh L ave a 'broad flat bed I also, 'L u s I ng a A-0. MoDONNIML, G. P'L A, N.-S, P N(41qm Traf. Manaae)r,
Vd ay, tter'ing ,.in Ah furrow, about small plowto.cover withi.and do,7nov L 1 L L ... I. 11 I - .. E '.g
"faurhundredT)6qnAs of fertilizer, rich disturb or move the seed n yer n. I L6, -- f n It'is best generally to make two
fo","' P6 SOL -plant
Yes I ap S I in phospi horicao Lid and' pqtash (about a L
01IR ag st.dur" the third week 1 1 13 L Th' T NO L110
the y'are L -i N 0 cqqal percentage'L both). This with ings, the fit ing jL
worth reading
mur e of pOL Decem eror L jus ef Ch riStML a nd -JachsanviUe
"Then surel ypti wa ,,It- W. alreadyd b t'b ore Sj: a L Extends- Sonthward froni,
Reachizi 11th Set Of fiV6" Pr- 1, week in Janu 7
JLn e I n'L makestbe sail. WellLcharg qd withLpotaSh the see not the first ary,
t d arg , I I :L
L bo e SptoUta:jr bed just, They, requ I rebutlit I le cilltivatio'n,.L two
book page SU L e d:l lift th 'Orn the HJ'Heoth RojoM the
as n, tbeirplaces workitigsbeing suffiLdiento When
1 a i t h 6 g r a p I i p 4 p 6 r w i t h AheyLareandL86t them I about THE ORANGE 6ROVES
j'ILE PINEAPPLF.'] L Ok Iii the fleldi coveringithena little deeper three inches high, hoe th, In j USL L to PUl- On L E L M is,
-- !' L I 1 11 .. I I i j I I L L T]3EL COCOANUT
ON :than. the bed, By plaiting verize the 8 L OijL and keep dowri weed s Pi
only I .. I L L I I iTIONS
E., 01,tAli.L --Thi.nk-ofit! TKEI PINF
iny thiBL: way I-Lhardly eVer and giv e one-good plowing before they TM-PH9411 TE XaNEB,. L
,eS. anpe and
2-269 oi h f 9 -2 LCL '18 S aV a I n
p a 1 L Ij to TUB UGiR PLANTATIONS._j- lose ahillotit, whereas b Outtiiig.the bloom, but.never work them Unless the
nea atUF6 jor - I ly ' 'L.
om I jr in. th L;fl lot weather is,: wirm and spring like. If
seed cane and :planting it. e ........
rightLaWay. the white antis liable4ofake. ey are -worked, during a cold spell the, 1FAX045 ;VZGETAUE J'AXN$ -O'F, n'*RIDA TWO I qif ONE.
:it' all at least that has been my,, :e Sperl ground w ul& 'be Open and loose and let We ffe'r, jL for, the year -:18,96;.;;L it,.wouldL reach theroom
jjXcewithit and I have,. been.. -growing. the I I 'I L ,, I ?
OMANYSN%,Ojournal f6rwornen; : YOU and injpre or kill them ent 'for, fAd
cassava for the last eigfitL,,y arsi. irely
and honiei so.uthern.L edition and They will stand a heavy L frost or a.light CO
will:observe tha I-donot use any, nitro
'Cents' \,..& K;W.)
th 6'P I N F AiiPLE one year for 50 enous, reitiliz aSLj fO 'n;1 that freezeb6fareL :they bloom but mot after.
iL n off I t renev i 'b- g daL erat all, U
h S er-,o L- ng,u h e ssava ':plant L, t,
akeS quitea good,-Citizen, f"L
'b 'As well as. to new L Ones
3,1 Scrl ers deal of nitrogen, free fromL the atiMOS-L
W OMAN KINDL IS- truly a L o anl
y here and. anyone staying its foliage 41A C
f e's e as ours-'and c) willunderstand.thatlitisso; and!:myrex- ADOPTI.I.NG FLOR11DA 1137,T]RODS.
r6 toi pages morf y.- Foui perlence goes to' prave that giving it
.,pages. reading matter
N, nitrogen is throwingaway money. My While no oountr produce
f L on any
in one year- orL IY' '50- -reason for using inuriaie the source oran geg equ al. to thoso of Florida, ML
f 0,
-Now is the tirrie in your places send to
L, send gives me market very good sub LtE
of potash is, that the mutate
tL an of
ODS -A fIrMLj in L Aw.
i i bs c L ill at statutes. a lettefL to
rip -more solid too -withou
FAP-M-.NBWS L the Ne York Fruit, Trade Journal,
stringiness we get-in cassavaL grown on CAU
r e err' Ais e XCe len t 0 L a "Two, cars of Mexican oranges
f: J edi p or so and if keeps better when: fer- L 89'y Lx(a. .
iO pages have made Lheir appearance ago
monthly farinjon al L tilted with muriate. LI used to fake
will but, aS- *dL this'week, One carload 8611ingLfor
J, pub I ished, at:Sprirtg field k init for my potash, .leave UMIff" P
:W cl It. A,61,",,
I I th he X., fr U I t 18
AANK a I 'L ThU being packed in
e sen ins ea -9 IND. tanalv n efleld all winter;. and: only PeIr
found t 'at' e' :t; Eiregula tioii,:,Florid&.box, imported to it as weL,want ILI, s 6A
kailift' did no L t "wo roin,- &tiger PUN
hssata: e'itilized M f Me.. The piIck
this year, are .174
u a es reopived drom. M eX L I ca
keep as well as fer 1 ized witli in 9
and' the fruit e 1
Xiateii'more of rotting!. henc6,my rea-' very attractive, Is w 1
ab ava' g adopting::th raurlat6' At ter "pac k ed. Th6.11frUjtLj$ sweet- a pecullareLoa va plant"'li 12 its- I brother the plants begin to, grow, well ,they -do it of the, The verdiab the
t h -not want to be;oisiurbp
e, C Star elighti d6epi. cu-ltiOatirlg blit the land 'h t Of-the trade-in' Chicago is that inL jjm
I L as to tie keip L lAr op LL
it th L -soon eral ap ea, 'a these or.;
rmL san y so at has been very clean and olear'oi,*66dsi and wery; p r nee and texture
ih6-plifim'wiltshade th round If we
deeply. p owe and t e got opened up g anges are nearer like the Mediterranean
cultivate deep eyootstqcdee
into it. L Of all it setqth' L P jruit than is'any other orange coming. FiAv
a et L e air and sun get.
t andLwe cannot get U aoodLaorop'jj8.LWith .L ":L _I
he 'root 6j_ the outh- cassava I 'etiftf, atjoh &Id; L of The Florida crop
very -shjLllb*' v Into this inarket
',.']n6SL, LaifjifL L it , t L" )'
qL at the top for theqUantity it yjeld& oj6gava Is of the:, e UIL' 'this- n&y no reach- 10(, boxis For MapI5 and Folders Addms,
sfghts:bne-i3afi.'ff6e, agthe Plant. i.son:e-of sayithe Citizen, a very SMaJIL q L iantity per acteri being so ric 11 Ile, starch' G 'D ACKERLY, Geifl Pass. Aot
t! theLMOSt rbeautiful'-.1n. nature,, f .5
consti6tes'bneorf'the comDared with the output o 000,ODO
bes stock-leiMS
root being -onepf, Ahe-best resourceg,,Vt
LL; '' j- il 64. iiioth6, MRTL
W6 ave. is PAT ble. 10j, boxes Ineveryone n tith
1' g.: jhe ZfIoW Bhc ld grb'W, allrL t _e d,
cows, Inore" 13 Sva
feed to in I ass h6 bin :show Wconsfderabi, qev ra
bo b e' FlorlU
Correspondent i j! u&44towe r
ye4rj;L ZPUSt 6p8a, will AT
of, uiflk and the quality as well. tx&to n r el-it t6 do Its beaC the oll 'has 0 bi ------- take its accustomed Place in the orange
r'e a 7' YO is' -w 4 -A d, Ad a
umus, nd of a warm 'nati, eL market..' Meanwhile Mexico, Jamale
': : L I L he ng is very,;, th6,-Bahama I s,,And- aaU I (IoTA or V
lpeajii a.- pr6fltab Ot er places
6r-iertilizo'r ,-ii 150 ry, "On 60 CV86 jr, UftVwIIIh -iY-' "Rol6ptil0lojida9 m -0 tb od 6 fsh1PpIji'

'W_ _V)19;1*1tE A -PPLY
nil ark nil., I~
ad V -NT, 11 TER

pineapple planttoaal' AT E 10N.3 TH E P.
IT, N. om er v jiat you are g'ettin '4
0 1800 6116 ur Niirser k,,- estigateandknow,
tb TyqFe'btyring y.o d .t 9.
are now prep4 to a e ar _nn;png difa ,G,.yycr an P. or t
046a1111v u0se-of florid'a
contra6ts 'se, THE-POMONA NU
'A in't
s OF. pon-, -. Ll FLA arethe.mogtlixtelnsive he St an o All, ome Grown $ c k. eacheS PlumsPcars;'.
t1NEA: 'PL,1E PLANTATION JapaiiP r iinraonso, Gr on=', Utsuria
NOTE GUARANTEEDANALYSIS si Pigs, MuIberries, Api#ots, Alm
:Anges and Lemons nb.T
season,%:,: e 3(olatura.., ......... A- tbjO per cent
.......... ...... 44 to 6 per cent ORANGE and K.
Am:evArcoavinc6d h.TphoicAeld-.....4, .... 0. 5 fj
er 75. varieties of Ros
Potash (actual) ......... 6't hwn And tadde and. raised rn
1thi' i Isltlr_ : .0 so p:rr Ce,.It ov es all field gr mental Tree6
ls s tobe' TAV eadfng 14fidu Maknealuni Sulphate' Lime
Soda, Vegetable F160; or, NO BETTER STOCK. NO CHEAPER. NONE so 'LAkCE.
T, '-, rri this se'di6li'df'Florid L and:prO-, pule Uatter ........... ...... a p!rinienial
65_to, o per cent ose intending to plant Orch rds to visit ii y Nurse'ry And nx
ade exclusively.-froin Wight Cotton Seed' Grounds. WrTtNor Catitlogueand, aiiy information wante r- pose.,to ,con'tillue,"glv, special Meal, Nitrate 4or 130da,. Blpodj ouo,_ Dissolved Phosgbtftj lne Ground Tobac6a Stems and, CR FFINC 'PROf
W M 1-,:,:-, 'L
tt t!i 't 8 Jfi F elenny. F]a
personal- a en 9 4s develop- Potash.
'ni e tbO LAV L n CottonLSeed Meal, Qwund-Tobaomcb Stems
fit-,-,,Now--that 0 ark eon8tautly oil hand; alooAgNoultural Chemiea'S of &JlLktndj3.
tr way a bekillnto'nia e.progCinrespondelice .80 d. AIL X
feSS and w e a re L assure t a y
next spring LIX POX SOIL L
t Dnibrj It JACK 'j 'da L
p,,.I some L 8 .0 r -T
'' '' L"L, i r G OWH Or ee
800 Acres Nu florfos, L 8 1 y4mr., 50. 00 leet lit
-railxoad n,
p 0" i 6'ther Ba.r ow- or
Rain6SACityj we have sorneehco-tir3P<>3M EM -ft..XA
agreement t6 continue ik 'nL
Fru s & 1P
'w 6 'Lemon and Seedi S C!" 6., F
this'spec 'T' dUStry we ha e CA pe F it
ia In VL taken ra ru 6S rap ru
1. '_ L I F O R :, L' L.,
np, as eb nfig tie safestthe most All trees grown on stock in Florida that: was not Injured by freeZe. L. BUda fromi fl I o: Gleet' ,
proriiisin"IL and' pro ltab F L O R I D A -tralglit And well grown. Also choice Abbaka and 0()Ideli 4"Co- Pfile ap le o11psjo -to 20 jnclw .'
Satisfaction guurunteed Correspondence solicited, or call L I lesson
rUl S.' L Our Nursery products-haye been hilly and Batscmi- ropicat, f t The isfactortlyteatedin FlorldaLduring the.paBt 37
'yearSLLan'd patr6r&g -Bteaully increased. The 'd GIM L H.,W ]RIGHT Oil
-Qf, last' wAtite PUtL 40t yo ur L deify J.V up to the aii&
Stock for f"Land.LWint
usuai high stnndara Young thrlftyahd no old 6ra PLUMS Wnd PjR
a. Sc s ays, pInpm iubbisb_ JilAN: sl"MoNs, Oru'VIV6 Z FNTAh PEARS PEACrits, Fids, 611A] ES 7 DIVARF
,qp a :TK e e of tea ro e W 11GROWN' OR FRUITS, etc.. etc,
OSC: Am6ngoconomictrees we offbr, AuHmA 'CAFE-A degrees_ nay;; even a, seoorid,,d JUST,
I oi a plo Tncs ToMAT ALI.W 'T,..
-'000 LLj), C &NNAMON:
e-SaMeLIC *ilLh6t 25, Z'WiL AMPHOR
of, h' _Y 'Medic
SnAbzT tUs, including 10,1100 GiztvifLB& and destroy. t
he- heart:of the.%p -ant. ft, HORSNIA, PAIAIS, llos-rs budded nnd-out own V E rootH, (IREENROUsL PLANTS'
a or her f6o
cc a& je i YouC 66,00 ClTaijs TOFOLATA And L A _R
0 'jje tL two H ER, IT9
isuph, 6al' ffiity bef 110.t) lorida. At 1j' -,h.,dke plants. Catalogues free.,
d No agenfe. Address
any rate We 4eeL:ftssdre he p
earliness o -earing, e amoun I j Berckmans, NNW -N rserk
fj t CA- flp ALL
,,ptdduc'ed, pev acre,, its. repro ucing -B OGUE IL89 9
ewariou es atio 60 L
o which 'EfilaxgedIrewrItten, new illustr as pages; 50 engravings
t, mod ypographle art; latest,;,
t C t he' -d'o in e s I c econ- +P-A-N-8,- ;practice andbeat methods Of en7tUre. In o6t j' seen 616 f ... .... L.
R t experience in orchard and maik6
e w,and 61d.L,,LL
ith e lead rjljt',bf: k
'of Sonth,:Fllotidal- in th a e region LTU
The modern stan(17.
iwe invi e r cores THIS T ATE ORTIC pondence from RAE
p t' ki L, ..t t LQ ard Family _M6.dL- Wb1ch1s Sent freeupon applIcutio., describ.. .,or SOO. varldtles f. fruits '-slid ornamoniais L,
ies- see ug; e: juvesimen of for FLOR10A and ow r:South'. including
f6w L'htfhd 'edo:ddllars with th; jdyoe
e cine: Cures the,
tsuma o Trifolia ardy oc
i'agsuranc'e thatevery. human Ieffort a Ha, angeon H
b a L OLjnake: l1chL'
invest' COMMOn L everyday.
rricnt a L 'bri
p6 to thin re6 ills of humanityL P:LL, "L
L see w i'll
pp16 L ST MARY
c- -al-f- a%:., rriil!ion:. pinea S FLORIDA.:. L:
ais- h .1 L' I I L W rMDE
grdwi I and.- abodtL,: the' L to'
ing, on L wn : Z
site of. ;Pabbvtake; with a: can
to 'Iftj; IZ
_g factory,,- LL .1. e- the grades LANT 'S YS TEM
-not of firsf, quiali tL a time when itiS nbLtL6aniiing.,,t6iiiatoes; sweet
potatoes'.Lbeansa d her v geta
n ot _W
at aL 'fact florid r
b:lS. Th stich. Cry is in
the'MearhAu o shad
fife we have n Ow
ilbt a, site -forL::it has been 0, H LA N D:0
The., Great Through: Car. Une
iiese- rv. ed in the very center -of the
-1 already be inni 'ro :,All Pojn ta
antation, g ng to J:
th6,_t6wn sit& on 1hree: sides
Iffer and
Xe -,I;eC6nte Pears 'kngel. Wald.,
ke Photoiraphs eento and Bidwell Peach Troe$' FKelssy, Botan
orEal' H Y Sn T-* I
b and Saf.HumaPlumsLoquat, Niagara, Delaware, ; NO RT H EAST W E
Wbitc Diamond and Ives' Seedling Vines. Roee thelargest and fluestLplAnfS over off
b'' Bred. EQ1 ILI SOPERB; S
-a e y pr -epared a in Florida. A general line of:,Citrns; Trees and E
P I n cap pie Suckers.
t es, %. Pab jL Lake uf in r6sting.poi to
f3e 0 L My new catalogue la.full t Ilts man Buffet 'Sleeping ars
_rIes, pic ur 0 Thomasville, Montgom N in
__ASL 0 OWS.' Lomisville, -Cineilihati,' jit6ksonVilIe,-,Saimnnstfi, C aileston,, Rich- 4
hOWIng Mori
j, P EX cir TREE,,,, S Orl'ando. FjaL d' ngton Baltim6f6; ladelphia, Xor
Wo: o L h
ar 'growt .L'66TTAdE, -Qriginal ers "DireC L connection'at L Port Tampa with the, ele itnt PC,
on the biftks of Pans L For rare aawell'as old Trrapica Fruits an d '4i
'oinagment&I L Treea_ Shini)beryL ffiea. Palms IsT, j. -,viEw 'Qp: NSY' L
Ei rerns, Aquatics, PjueSppb g, ]3AIIAGOS
frondiig theLcottage. LL __L. Stock safely Bbipped, anywhere. _u Serle
ostabl[BbedluP 88. Send ;tamp for new
N,5 L :PABOR with', pic of: the P.I nt. Stia hip,
L I A0, flic itill',6%talopue, *hfeh tells all about this sub" AS Lines. for
jn the foregroun ItImAidKIERA111110S., On K
V:[4 OU8F _bV A 'ub
'd -5 E LA on -W e6t jid H
tow L I,' siti present- reside SPAPIR&L FRE
lice South' V o L L, I t t", to; Mobile 'A ;$''and t
w.ith eaTS, ..pz orida Ei
or"-- rthL jrjd' n 11
'Nrs, -P F 'We WIUL send you the NO IN 158t; a it Speame
'Others -are in, '.pp para ionj Hoiiai, om. y rea -6 trial for-Aen ce nts and
fred 11, : -ISSIAIMEE -for M
I" "L L 'AfA R GAR E T or
n er- your naein.our Ma;lirfg, Li8t" manatee
.'cluclipg Be- if harge, br'rk y0t hundreds of
ac River fid St., etefsburg.
p ajnfttidn_' 'L. saniple 66pie ,,oC lorida:n wijl a,
8_ iree '10 [jebj'Wjjr ,jtt- ,jV'
--;togo aFid, hov7Tto,,get,,there" ,,atrd you
_", mt

SMoorT Cayenne Pineapples. _THlE, TCOO:thIbuisan Recently Irinted a_ orewn
AlSuclkers andeo sf .ticdc EprmrtStatioins has retrem- pletecob .,.ftbis te
n r ariety,,can belhad f. e o ee th P. k t by spending a the Flri a iite a
f"George H. Wrgt Oiaio cop of ao.2rid 30 of Billletins Goeai dii 4
E SOT;GO., Fla.contgaima teresut fteyas for publicatiolitin "the Pru 0VL '
2893ari. I94. in hortiute if you so desire.--I shil
EdioAu 0hihe THE October ibsue of the South- which we have looked -over with 'pleasure in sendingyou occainl
-o sns aae.ern States had afinely written read- great'interest, though the greater notes rr
Ibr ofsFlorida s loltolaiaedIng advertisemient of Tampa cover- part,: of. :each pamphlet isgiven adapted to the-extrerhe St
aroa 7oatn ang ,three p -eemanating from over, to, experiments with yeea- --"y W1'dmati its enterpising Board'of Trade. blesrate than fruit This frulit :Mas -oy 9
-introduced liere -froi the ERInON. o R NNM. .ESPIE th j~reictins o Pro. 1VARTIN. 13ENSON contributes a-deadgoso n t
Hicks, we'look forward hopefully very .intekesti ng paper on "West. ou s. growth,'~ app inial, and belog us to passing through the win'ter'with- IniJntirns o h atise'oth eoftiy Tef
a a a en t abo Lae Fa.out a second visitation. 'Neptune of Vfck's Magazine. Hrerstthsieadhpeo b
aca ansa rnir iss. cannot always be in a terrible trm tesesnfpat-ndtesta sausage, twelve. to eighteen s
p i t s ? ~c m e f r o m f r le a 1 e m ldo ndr e t fi e r
AFTER three years of effort a to the shbres- of the main l and and an eyfrgat eni t e.
certain measure of success has teKyofFriasim gansstrong. aroma of appneapple whn
crowned our pioneering wok t from a foreign land, which. have, ripe. Indeed odrfo would have been greater had those taen root. on th ocbaeorltefuit' that it will fill a hl. on whose. promises-but that is rocks and stretches -of sand and builditig with its delightful another story, as Kipling would transformed them into. forests of scent. Fine..preserves aremaq,. say. -dense and luxuriant vegetation." from them. which are. superioj
ny 'that I have ever tasted..
T1iE Article drn ihe new fruit, NINE Out, of ten of OUrCOrre- %.One vine-will'! prToduce e 6:gg Casabnan, wll~iterst ll ov-spondents ask us.,if .our. section i rutfrawoe aiy ersofstane rodct ote oiloie in which general crops can be clim a tante.ndaloe and it should have agood trial next grown. Our answer must always on-esn n tis a sight fi seasnin~orid. MrNormand 'be in the negative. It is esseu~tbrmebrdosele sends 2o seeds for 5,o cents.- tal ieplecuty n n colored fruit dangling amo
must come expecting to wait two sme oig .I lne
soow P nw..THERE have been efforts in past .years at least before returnscm to a wall its :tendrils%4will catbho
--.years to settle the country about in.ol9 o ae c onsdrn hth er with remarkable tenacity-and hn
it ti .ssewecls te renCoeSpigs, with a farm- itwudntb odpa os-on to a bare wall., It willclm
tid-yeAr of our'little paper,_more :ing .com nmunity that were not cur'e farming land within a99reason- up to .the toyS of a fou.or 6fi,.vesor ri fixed than eVer in our faith.condwt uces ti ob able 'distance., for this class Of im- -building. -Planted. alogt
in ia,. an, especially in :its. hoped-that the new coloymoe migrants.tcgtpeets euiu f
IaeRgi0n,, wherefhe 'PINEAP-: ment will have better, fortune'. INJzlayte ersnaie The. seeds should Pl
home~~~ed is1btd to of the United. States, -will early in the srn.U
dat isuin seli-ontlyn THE citizens of St. Augustine assemble in St. Augustine for their iweltsarthe,ee to ft er and, at,-the same prc f are preparing a royal series of en-- eleventh annual. session.: Every:npt -and ,set-out,:in theoe en 0-Its: per annum.:, The.great tertainments for the members of state association Will ansiver to the ground w'hen danger o6f Irth i ijrifty, of subscriptions expire, the National Editorial Association 1roll-call. After business meetings over. It requires, a long se'asont wihthis.'-jssue, and. we shall.feel at -the annual meeting to be, held therewl be an itineraryoi h efc n ie all. its. fruits.: lyecuae norefrsi anuary. The State Press As- State,, 'covering perhaps a week. begins to.color .up,:aud .ripe e
ot subscrbrswl be proin'pt sociation has been invited to par- Then the editors will go home and from the ist of August -,till.wy
mseding.-us ithe small sum'i asked :tic-ipate. .wieup FlIorida, ain89thyafter frost.. A0light~frost,6e doe .,
J. hilte 9I .nalilng.the ctilture o6fdi California 'after a two weeks' hurt the vine and friit; iin thfll _iepples the6special..feature of THE latest bulletin from the tour of-'the -Golden State. we but only.seems.,to- hastenr n,
ic aperiph fuuew ope t Flcirida) Agricultural Experiment -teth r;ihefueeh tohope they will consider-.ourSte telast crop..
bind its field of influencee for. Station has for its subject the S an as to its s ,oil culturea well as The keeping,,qualit~y.of the fut"
-n tha wil-lioefll x ose scale. These bulletins will be- from a climatic and tourist point is surpiig. LastN em
plied in our next- issue., To those sent free 'to any address -in Florida of vie1w.. Florida as a far ming picked 'samples. and :kept te th o,,na ur neyed With "us since upon 'application to -the Director saemyemstngbtiissound until januaryfollatiing. n-1
-w,_egan stlits publication of- the of the Experiment Station, %Lake alsorue -order, to test its'shippin~g.guante
,ite. pink -paper," as Well as to- City, Fla. n idistu oaia a
bo av jine u~b th wysent. several specimens, to disai h'eder our tianks for their pa- Wasnwtrsi Pensy 1778 O~ 60ics! points. .I..first wrote-to Dran
_,rn ge_, and hope th~atno one-will vania, sandstorms in Minnesota _k cischi, botanist 7 or tlie :Sober
.fe-caled. upon t part company and Iowa and prairie fires in Col- cassabanazma-The New Emst Indian Fruit. Acclimatiz Ing.Association ,st. We have learned d'tocher- orado, in October laying waste Editor Pabor Lake PINEiAPPLE: Barbara, sid to be the besit uhr i~,akindly regard for all our 6 b- vast areas, destroying millions of ,DEAR SIR-Your inquiry foin ity of the botany of. the farEs' ers, apart frota the fin-ancial. dollars worth of crops, is, it any formation, about the: Cassabariana who wrote:
of the -matter; so many are wonder that. the nature-harrassed received'. I.-. have no doubt -bui "Your, favor df, Npo tal 26 ize _intijipersonal friendship, farmers ahd fruit -growers of the that this: hoiticItltural wonder will received, as also, your, osng ethiby, wliich is.9 exrem I g Irati- West and North are looking ward grow and thrive in Solith Florida markablelfruit.: No16 doubt itb6 an wehopeto dd mny he he avenof esteven better than with us here iri longs tcithe scubcurbiae
to the list. a~~~~~~~~~~~~nd -Port of Prosperity? Cmto enrlLuiaasiteqiesaand from wa b rf u
Ra-d over, the announcements the Sunny South-to Florida7--to logsao1t efc llisfut be an annual }V }ave
m:e: in th.ibihr)Dpr-Plo ae. It seems to6 me, thatin -your tropiL seen nor,.heard of jsidil a-t iisb
ndseec -heefrom the cal climate this itre will be peren- fore,anitmyelyprr
.etareading .matter that Will go SouttraAFRI CA, -in addition to its xa n rdc risfo~eltbenvly eAegl
Wit.the PINEAPPLE for the coming. gold :boom Of 20oo0 ounces' per to .ya.Hr e treat it -as, art have, a:,photo take and als yefmonth, seems likely to have a fruit anab tmtyothfrisrepnigtoshow natifiali'sigiau
li-HRE :edeth the third volume. boom also. Iti-laimns to, be another not. fully matured beforei cold color. whnperfectly. .ripe.: e southern California in climate and wahrstin.There are coi, have reere he qeto
my in .le--rtproductiveness. Extensive, plant- flicting reports as to ho the seed highest authority ozi 79tcuita
ar noI a l h tm. pgs of large and small 'fruits, are was introduced here. in Louisiana.: ceae,'.. Prof, 8:N'ani t
: ..:being made in that countryfor the A 'ayclaims to1 haefound a seed will inform youi of 'the resufn ',
i is not htlway~s safe to. rely upon London, and, New York inarkets, in coffe,. which she.patdan due timie.
prmses,, ee in-tair Florida. -The fruit Will be transported in. the. the-resultivWas a sturpi2se to. herself 1. thetiwrote to~t Dr(D &i~'!O-"
refrigerattit thijis the -and egbr:Teaw~fteNew9 Orl whe repliei
E 8 W bSeen disap- Australian mea .tady:h -ivo'driititao pea ld The boaial b

g,~~~~~'b dra mia rol. ieceKlanuswul ye
There~ plate to th acre, andtt I .,i
is-givn.,in- Aoter.p t woul b wis fort s-e t ]a~~eae to makeh an orof
'had ~ ~ ~ it th.plau' W e ;'ola'v nut. s'nd o

tl~ Firs ino the field is daobtli pa w
wi~~fl of themn t ver aforms 6n)
fruitsp, vaite a0 1
ve ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ablt to thehscoig~i diversifiha hedi fnda e-R Flor idi whc ictlhe'e n a new
a ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ al needsj innd hisbttr efforte, eod, n od d s

comwe i-6agls who d Sysbrt froien ato ciuu aneiceln

eh K- ableg inor ato oo cusea
corr, wll sav intend ou nws

A..v nsth of o dsa of c rmn i o ale ;in s s wad forat ve s i rc ,
eo stay eith reddi ownish or now in- ther lowe Sout
aob rn t s e a qt a. halfc a ol experiments ua d o mah-~ e
..d~ ea el tgongr e erarts nurti o ducte r ke efec oryfp og e s ie
se-lha in a ne of wel- anr e e rmne tudet and nbe 20%~pane kst xesot e aig fu t o ro in andcree eiv is f r, the
al i is Th t de r he K la its toe olinngthe

diE ake Ittes thatk FL. Cards us fa as sp C er

most aluab l i s and findQj
e~~~tv adatab ility -to thn t M
sections and er inmtoo heto

iayneteost rin eoft to
N ',fe filt ad 46'4s b te: ome0tlanic an Guf tte
Lv~~t l o upnte aon n. a
p~~~~o aemaurthe r GeSth ary _tou
COSY~~~~o referenceTAG, and n'e ou ffo i
W~~~~hv been1NP S sparevi, d to
descriptionsac accuate
which ~ ~~~~~~ on and fl'asbe a fin iuu and andceltheou rfc Did~~~~~~~tu topr~'a~sn6 thef objct re ho h is
' 'liti~notierandierroodY Ts OM- COYCCTAGtr us re ritn and rnre-a3.",
s sch assom tie c'ng mu t h al usa ltlet ida be hen ist ofte le Sout
il eaveil used s unreeothscoyt .Tbr
' -_ Iawn~ ~ ~~ aoused beed a5 her top imor Mary Fla. at cves v l
de. at-the nhA their fres pl.a-er he stave ttl la wlt has Qnttts forn

T, 1 V
W,, W01 PTXIT4 R

"T, Plorlda should now make 6 great e'ffore,. take a step forward,.gnd, eipe'riment not
Ito er cro'p hat is vii I stly, in Ore pl
h -P
sto the best crop t t.oan: 0. 'raised to, -fitable than -crovo .
ibor my NOW
I bring, money in W th6 $tAte Befote.the hOm e see ersi-and. it is::,:grat, ying, to
'freeze Is 0 e MUO
s 6 Febr d0y, the-oramlo'gr rs: te tLhat'notwithstanaing: -th
were troubled With the pioblem.6faver Aalked-ofllsetbabk" to the State people : Lind,
ILI theL 1 s
iproduction, ",but"that hais, b -801vbd% whowish homes where.they can enjoy
fL hgt to produce' nlLng.
-iaudnomr tbe:t blem c Afo
aL delightful climatei.are: still Aur i
take'the- ges, confronts their faces Florid6wa year B.INGE j70
the f axiners thi llsti .te.:,,' n. some thei traln4p d,,Oon
of' coming by PJeY.E44PPL E'-'L P "E.L XAA
S is prl I,
the Southern tatesi tobacco .ou ure, s ligoolonies I or Whom Jan has; beeh
of 07 00Z,& Y7,
4g larg6Lj)ropprtIqns and takin L" puroh L A1&lf-crqp these peop ZL'L Y , I -. I 7
9- -a
0L P
Abe place-o ic L otton.; L I L ainds 'in'L Flor- are woithyeryLmuoh :-. more. to the State
Jda. plaat6 a average LLabo than a full crop of tourists, and,-Yve are OTOL Co'! LL", 'FL
UtL ' 'h' t t1i ARIDA,
as dd t e crop Lthis ear
LL L hil 'L:Other Stalea 6 say t at PABOR 1 AN DE -S
4100 pqr ac ej w, e: An e un'US ilallyLl r
to promises to b ge.
farmers are *6lis&iiSijed raise bale
Cotto %d
nionL n L
wo, acres f .1a d,, worth
about 'An a re L li:-tobac pIauted,
'Cattle inlouth Florida.
An F lori. acre janted lamde a in the heart of a ma Rile 71pni, 1
The Pabor Lake Colony gallleon*, alie. ngtoi, of:
in cottolli in,: any state in. the Union. The business far 1) 'of Mi doun ties,' L About midway between the Atlaut ic Ocean, and:tbe.Gulf of Xexle% be L t7rntb4Mh and 28a
t,: O'aJn, it16 f or m&r. -parallel of latitude. For thin colonyavb6tee selection og.about 2,000 acres of.blgh pine'land, :interbeL made profit: Sthat of fattening ca
spersod withlive oak, turkey oak,,and blackjack oakwas madein.06 "nimer of IM, There able:iJI.Flo'Ida, istheLgrowing of sugar ket, has been neglected almost entirely J6 AOL L -extent and tho
lakegio'n every side of the tract; lakes of various areas, the imalle" about, roe in
as 11 e'.", In" faot,.:there Is not 'another- in Florida; says the Citizen. The reaSOD laxgediaboat 800 acres; these lakes are from 25 to 75 feet deep, with pure, sweet.
Wholesome freet
vale in'- South:,,which -h 8 two. L field generally given, that,, FloridacoTtlld not water. There are no marsh lands ab, they have a gentle Incline from !the high ridges down totho
food -ler'wedge; nostagmant w ter and no. malarlai conditions 'No healthier loeatloj'r',
k a wa L 8 L LL _a L sLIs
-. rQpsfha Pay, aft: much. per: acrd as produce the L necessarTstoc i, 'L I d ln:,the Stat4 of, Florid Freedom fro
an bo foun M'Moequitoe so an Important feature, thesq,
or da, oaneand tobacco, alid them is: been diimpprove uring. b ,
dL d' th pas year life a on
trou 1 some Insects make burden on the east coastAmdaj f -but they, are'not ovep--,
everyindication no that th grow n g b the abiin! ant,,L.graiii .aRdL y. Ot6pSL an an a Urr high.
noy'"ce Inibe liii regf6ns Wiez the'land n ounaing the'Lwater. firs -A rMdeb iii"
oftoibac6Q will belaigely Increased next. harvested al o"r 'the State, he few this section: ns.pleasant In,-sum r a ItLIA in winter; the frequent nbo eia an d the br"zo that blow$
fouith bet*eenL
be d L the:ocean and the gu I make the AfiLedol And the n'ghts wonderfully coialni-,rl
ag Fjdt dairyifaimst at JJaV6 bee6'-:e9i'"i1s
,par. RIC tdils' 'in theTrodite
Ive, sound &lumber.
-ifon of' these. she has do e L im the St to. ve ;pro*od:remunera ive, 'L b L 'rests on a lake about fIf ty Acres In: extent, Around this A I o avW, IhIrty
morejn p u -on and.the busijiesb Wide has been reserved which Is eyentuall;v to be met tosbade trees and inade a plemant, lal,-O_ drive
espec'all An- tfij's u; :fmCC6ASf, I i I I 1 n
Jmmedlate Section L fo Villa Bites of an acre, more oi less, have been laid out, whicli,,will malre'lo+eIy, ie,,ddenre tracts fact A i
the Isis. Reeldenee, and business lots cover-forO "A of the i6wu idto-anerioJoining these are- twQ-In this line resultai have- bee accom.- reasonexists Why these important in- nd pin6ap antationsy t 9king up the balfibco 6l
16h ar sinip ders of-two and a halt acre bloclis for reslden ax a pin PI
118hed v 1v dazzl ndqd Beef, alaBee L i 'L ,
g nd, dustries should not be. exta 0 L the land: haaLbeenjaidolit Into 5,10 20,aU4
h he 6he 190 acres @eib &part for the town kite. Theb
-Oug 'In 8 Ome ins an e the resul dream, milk, b ter and 0 ese are 10 acre tracts.for Kr6yosi orchaYds, plaittatioi is and gardens. -These tiacts r An g o.:In price froffl-*6141-"',!
faV, to Slo,
h, down per acre according-to distance from to" center'and ";,a ohebdrd cauh and but.
were drable,. 't L e Pplendi& shIppedL'I to F orida in large quantities old fox
pccess'w tLu'ded- many, is froinstates th at I bannot'L L L' ce In one aud1wo years without interest. Every acre of the 8 tj I& LH6'fioui
produce t eseL
Oe as bold to be more valuable than those not havin U, fr
In the way of vegetib e L articles of foo d cheaplyk L a4.; We c g a wa r on age And Are sold in tracts of ton-,
.cient evidence, an Itcres more or less forfromL ldlt6 Town lots are sold at $25, $50,and 75 ae Irdiug to
L L."L 0, Ptr, U $875. ch
gro ing bythos h a e proper The capabilities of Florida fia'. this line tion. Business lots'ar, 25x125 feet. Villa Bites sloo ea These andtown Iota are payaifl6vne-hall
L' f L ' '' L L I I I I L I I I I I L I ; w " I
:.There are or n S n L j tite tire shown in -A; letter written to the incuebbalancelhoneyear. Title totbese land perfect and In arranteo Deeds are given.i'
so L Man acturers' Record by Mr. E. T AL L - L e L I I P, Uf L L number of famillesLare already I settled onih L eolouy L lande;otheri are improving th lr
gamie and..p4 mptio,. and I ar as the L oionymauager. More col'onisti wIlVsettIeihnr6 this Whitgr and Othur4'iafs
der the charge of tke
United cerf: Vi to Jolwour uwalb6n And find a borne wbdje'g6oL L I L' iL
States i$-_qb 1 11 L ied, Florida has MoCart otAnko" Who FIS manager 'L jed -- I'- 'L L fnatUr f
'L L d society wii :be.a:isaln 9 -Alle, colqny., ,,
will e is making gyeat.suoces I of L ;Loo f .11, M"Lil, I.Llu opnj&tiou, tv k L
almost a monopoly, of eac -files,' t a'd L ma 8 UqLclofletouch with'the Whole. world.,' ej
f jheL. St Will posto LLL aLLd
'L. n the J jjn n and' eneral Store is In con mplatlon. AL c oo SL chureb, a. put) to Hs.]Ftv
S weral yearsyet,- e ore Scand via S at White- City ei-Loonstr ctl L"
,;,nd Library are looked for in-thensar future;.for the choice reservations of been -uiade T 'i
ieliimmiinse Orange crops of -east r. McCarty' wfites as
pro, uce at it 16
'10*a 44 thespedal.featuren of. this- settlement to th
apt;- but it i&by, pp. means certain follows:.
P- to L
A Temperance Colony.'
lat ther6 -*Lill be less money the'
at to diversify its indus't'riesJs the Every'deed gimi contains A clause forever probibitingLthe inanufact ro or.L'Leals of iutoxicatil
oWer6,frpmoranges'inthe future than safe Oliey for,; Floildians to pursue is liquor as a beverage upon-theland So sold. This u o that, lnsertiid ln'
e L L
hL. ngs. L (Coldi) ed, I
I li'l t e qtUreLthan inthp past. Where setiled thorou"hl L d(;4io given by the Colorado spri Town Co.' Thlch haspa 'troughtlieb con
g y. e must"produce
e growers have lieret6fore received 10 our own: sta,17 &I that-State and been affirmed as legal.
e oods and breadstuffs. r
kt present we are eighteen miles from a a ro dpol tthe nearlDit.VeingBo ifn'g Green,' ni CAU! L, 6fItLOUtofAhe pri for' Prominent among the. neceisitio$
cen 'p- ce paid L are' le, ri" gLouthern division on the Jackson rilli, Tamp a and Key West Rallrba -Dalmlermotof >
or anges hey will -,These railWay-from. Avon Park to Hain rt
now beef, milk: butter and es City' fo Miles u jM'L has, been, projected, wbjcl will pass,
L"L 'djeat. more,:th an L L cent of it, and alonStjtut a L I rgeL Part 0 t food of -d d In,
L _per e a -hmugh tho'coio I y Ian o and It 18,belleved will be constructed am operation before the epd
Thiowill give useasyland We;i d ill enha'noe" thA,77
ex SeSLwM:b6Lmore than paid, but of mankind. L: All' these a prodo o 1894.1 L quick trAnalt to.trunk InesNorthaffd Ala
_peiq L re 'the f hundxedt6 Ave Mn4red:.
I~; -L'. L 'NL -h L ralue of everr Acre within the colony limits from one P r ceut.- La" WIntag"
Ahe increase. at the orange: the cow In someLform.' It1ollows, th ree the mamager projected of
gore age has been reduced, by the hand fore, tha. wein SouthL Florida mus I t culPineapple. Plaptati
.,to L 'I- basisit should [or a6ftlors and formon-residents, *herebyL. for a fted AMo'n t'.ofm6noy he guaranteed to -cl' ar 1h'
ence, a pay ng tivate a. q oser acquain ance with this
Florida. caii ploduce too animal of iforrn scres of land on the town site, fence the.samo, plant 10.000 pi k neup pie ell ps 6-3u6&0
Fir atro; is,
un usd Iness. That on the 11rt ",iaiatUredL orles
mid fortill"the same until the first crop art of JbeL j6 L r. L f Me WaA Very gua i
many' things to.d6vote attention Ao one thieBbould have been neglectedso long seful, resulting In belting the east tier and tie; 0 tracts
'an. extent as will glut, the. is surprising. We have a:oOUDtry- Le I p nth vylth plantations,
in *Rlahce of the month tier' and all on the wefft;side were reoerved for 66: em, 4
Sh&"L'o an prod 4 c e m. ore L Or7 Second Bari which is 'nmi '
]Park which: no shelter is needed Auring Ahe apen to membership to D"ex having a feiw hundred dollars tolUTO 0*,' Fuller partleulare regaxdf4,T,0
eq fibres than the :_ Un
aug r 6hase pIantatdo hich the manager civeo his imrsomal attointion, will be given upon a application, 4
Augm, tpbaoLco and entire yea in which the range is Pneap
at e Culture I FI T",
V4ited. States..uses, and can grow more limited, and which the law guaran- ft may be said bore th PI n orlda isin the Inf6gey of its development; It 11,
anly State In the Union where they can be grown. Aidhere enly belo*Ltb"Sth parallel Lof iatituda Ri yeget4bleSL than th e county can tees protection to the cattle business., n WoY
who! so that tueares Is limited.. The returns are early sarB after
af.: She can do all this and'StillL Stock and range cattle are ark ably one does not have to Wait to Seven Y firfi as with -an orange There are novir,
welve acresset to Pineapples at Pabar Lake andft Is a $ro b,
kve xl "fod t s tor acreage will
millions of acres-of land to Spare cheap and. require-only grading, up to
pr6dubts. We have: been ane planted next season'
6' enh e their valtie largely, This is ILI on, 6in tie to" eltii
There 1, inthe near.vicinity, from thr tafeur H Ir digabodf of, Ian be
e..b6neAts of diversity, and the corriplis
thL -very easilyL an(I ChesplyL hed onging to various rallway'and Other nor orations, 11 lormblchAhe )nrulger ""of:' the C016nyLlis
eginnin t LL .-p
P jqgt, g to realize what Thejnti oduction of a few cholce:Lmales, jqan, These laidscan be bough in tracts of from tO to.640,ftrex Orovan largerbodlom) al rip
eau coo beof,,and milk, prodAping strai-ns 110 per acre, one-fourth cash and balateb In' one, two, orthree is&es', With Interest'st 10 per, nt. poi
mpliqlieAln the, orange belt of-good,
rk &,
knlaum. r SomoL of theme tracts are high. pin# lands, suitable lot allelfing Irnito andplusappl ber T '-of Flor a. In lactf the, f aTmers of this would wo re*o ution JnAhe appearr low
are lands adjoining &1&k0Lofover1,500;ac as 0; bntT- I'
in'exteut require dr
teotloji: are 0- the eve of a most pros er ance and value, of ota es, .15u tuT
our cattle within 'a orhen so drained, wouldbe very. rich lauds om.wbtbh tw can ,,ftufi
peri dL,.
OuS, few years. This hiiS been:LL,,dohe. with &!number,. of ja raill ,
gratifyin L A in 'close Tjclu
g success, n-some-Tarts of.. the
fll r. ch. h _.a -ho
he Manager f t 1.
-Wd -d'.'.'.g tracts ad
iload "'kinda 'o"-- and garden
ct li soffetted
4 th _the I .. din
THE wrNTM 91FAS01W. State Low r Brevard county has thou- ""on so dratuea, Would "e Tery r'c

T h-C. ny -..I
-e Co I drado I d-p

ce '. .19.ys t
sands 6[!aores OfLt ec L oidest pasturag
_F1 idl- e,
.d their.. A J ern
lans have always looked forwirrd' fr e. for. the. talking and so surrounded big latest colony
ts'prise, an nV. any y UDLO__ wMan lemeno of
"A m yawre 0.
erp swexpe once g 13D p es
with.pleasureto: the Coming Of L S Las to be praott 6fthGjkdq*)W- L
theLwin- L by ri ver b -AnallY:Reected his mervouii4os
*ng and-active. Me-in the highaltitude
ter season the, -.L Northern tourists., nature. Th territory, adj ad6nt to White j6-jUehaU otent L to u6ee68,jJts:'
ji]ilet t
cb bad re4d0oaM a lower ultlt de:
m8ofn he Orange ;..crogwould L not City on the At. L Lucie river is of this tia4y ban tmmoasurablyL benefited "d cau, sin ar*ly d Hko allife
;%beLl&rge the vegetable, crop would. oh raoter. :'In thi's -Laoinity,.: which. re- L ja;aplj. GDjnoaudbe-he6l6d.'
ail' 'jop of .:tbtrI8tS L could al quireiso.-much paper cajisd
chemical fertilizer,,: the
wayibe depended upom -manure produced by I --hai "L Pabor Lake
oatt e s ali!Leg-ea t of" aub"ption N cents -per auhiw- tac -Isk- Jcbn
The"Pearrhas. been. express hat'be- ;, peoia ya, uej:and:3ha-"ca 'ilk 10'..bow Is it-a Wond YOrLol publIcatica,
-two pages, derfoted tDtbe an cemett of thb Colony and flin sidfi vi b into
Oun 9 supp y of nativeg
ha ng no orange crop isseason rass a owis
roe off etfflity' Is notto,-,b T- -TT
a1sQ haVe a short tourist crop.- dear
we-w6uld sou
jfid6s, nd:bbnes are-al Ir Lr* '
c,- -however, ths, lue' T eL ,O"euoa Is lAvItbd, 012 Ta ble
rifer,,ls, FUCed 'Tas a field-' of tthybpt

1 11 i
10 1 1 111

V ty r rlch co!qre se&
'16T walgO. Large, rich to I bred PI aids are
"Wej ,ja k also in'] avor.
etao 'of,
No holks' will be WrD,,,a8,1 y1ery thing Is in
6,1ctblog btit oputberand bijbbW short bodice style,-#* the :sUk *Mstsl I are
t6 ljghji fi.uisbed without a beV :
sleeve'sLare.aEr :large if inot larger.. than
fire of despair; ester
i6ruInly.worni. buj.--Ahay droop from Jle
-d L in
e jDan led euhlday without
-- 4 :r rth' Width just w s" h' aia
!Ln grow is 0 1661, used there.
be 6.thq elbow. of Ti bre
a AnJrrterlining
WTlfp leakettler of trou we ul afioisll serv to,. keel), the, aleov An f
nda erj, ratio f6119 In the pof;
-'gei of if,,, sfewaLbout, double, shape.
c 1;ir Mo.del 1803 Shot-Gun 'is n w'used
imaby of-tho, fashionable ele 0
eyes'areo made
I 'inot m a from shoul
ko"inot such treatment Is crulil in sections, with trimmedsea by-all d tra Shot-0- s1n; der.16 wrist. The seams may be pressed the,'niogt advance P
pdyetbi keeps storing up fusi, flat and stitched on., -both s16,, with gilk.
II'L e'a where the ti,5bI;,'c t
B. & A. spool eat 00telfs.
or machine twist is R fi
ga e's 1 es,
silk V A& ift 'h 16 Sh6f
f6I tile stitching
If soft thick material. is useds Asiatic* ASK YOUR DE]ALEP.T0. SHOW YOU THIS GUN.,
twi i will alio*:better than the finer silks dung is N6vest and' Best in'. Repeating
oilow, still and find hoe'' E that Arms. as -well as
'There Bball I ver
and is especially, suitable 'for stitching on.-Annhuniii6n arie, made.. by
] elp, sure help. kin& bf the
skirts. The %seams may be covered ;with WINCOSTER REP, few. Hiiven'. co"
EATING AkAS 'CO., Winchester Ave., B,
braid or passementerie or p1pings of Bilki: VIMJ)Ed en'ce th the- be*iizts_,Iof duty.... gives end'a Postal CCU- s for our112-page Mustrated Catalogue'
'T in, orLVLO'Vet, with a machine, stitebirtg
n love is lacking-and peace .,3at'
_i te q everi ,w e '. U., .1- -1111 : I U
one-side,,may-be used.
thlng ffianl h ary AL
For this purpose And to finisir the, edges
tvefrnore.. d Con
qj eto'jLA Very pretty an
]WOE 6y.Ilk' rZRI I :PIE 0 -A-,I,%Q
Wd on And v= elilt piping Is t-heN..Vi
aT HE, 0 N LY -WAY -TO GET WHAT:YOU WANT.ooiir on', In prevsii
8 9. general
rr hee o'L eXpressL a Oranges, on Tri Oelestial..Figg
re as formerly, haviugLaii;jn keadqn6rters: for Poar.,Trees :L Sat6iiru
k -, ' - -oio ktli6: ", "
Charn 19,11 and Oue Ti -Now, Full of Fruit. Everboarl M
ar torlIning.of "Fibre will.:. e -Year Dg Ulberries f6
P onse d LIU'; L I I 9 .. I L .. L IL ,
It erta Peach Trees by the Thousand
med. Pigs and 'on E lb
Y)grioraU t about inoney.."He knows d f' C
,Ko';,norp of money than a I w om an, L is alm L OSLt L Machine stitching, bands of velvet ribbon, Sen OrLln cresting catalogue. THE OLD ILELIABLEL ARCAI)IA NURSERIES, J. H. GIRARDENU, Prop.,- MOnWC6, Fla :-,
m 'Oroverb- The absurd stLstpm -arc per --or, braid, are used around tile sikirt; a band
2etubdly told 01 woman's total 'of velvet or fur, oLr a pofflng of silk may trim OMAJU. 0,L-DENVER C141 CAG
"t MmlskiArid- e of e. lower edge, or the seams maybe ebver d I L .2
'CLU 1140 6HANdE_011F',dARS -7
*ith braid, passementerie, or bias straps.-of
Q'effi are doubt ess I believed, says arp r a 4.
both edges. JULF,
the material stitched down on
01397;sr." hat as current a eg agoin-re .L I __ L L.
current now, aricifa "Itn"t Bilk;, satin, or. velvet may be used-instead M U 'll
Ofkelyto Aairrcredit as it was tbeo_'Lkeif of jheL dress material for the straps q I Z
&to -hat extraordinaryLehanjoaL and 44WAresses afe notArimmed the- LO W ER S
,'wburari has undergone in thi3 oenitir iu f1MQ.Lyhe-JaSt7half 6est pro ,
, t i axficularly.- She may- Ave' ThevelvetpipingN.V.B.I e Y EC ETA LB LES
-- h n th fe: 'tee Lmr FR
afinanclal simpleton in e Temo 'tion for the edge of the sk.rf.
R..:E R rTlea r6L or: profit. bOLORAO0 To
,;,E e sure y is not nolff' n roo' eases., I
iWhere sbeis'41iolly uninformed on, th TEXAS AN6,TH t
Shbiuld'gee thaitbeJournal they subsulbe through 'vestibule
Orin Mon JYL 'j8 'am;
': How' tb Ikke Dii4y Tno*Po1l&--6.. 'the best and most reliable
herlack- of informati6p Ise SOUTH WITHOU;rL
h rity ob4-timble I I I I
or Men nearES[ jr i-jjo, or,
f,.,db6 LbAte man CHANGEOFCARS
e wgic
giv, her any nstructjorr,-- ,and, hL
L tast efu I an ca be fflft(je6f
Tih iilaugh at her, d(Aets,," is much-- their SHORTEST LINE
haidkerchlefJor. -Is gen ernan On L P.
, customom in 64 )er t hings. Man get, knowl 't ,
would be av- A
-of pvactical affairs consiant ex ... ... from rk-Iqllower. : : 'L BEST SER,10EL
'Cla eC Says
that wonia A does'not L ar e: .
'that, It isIbefad-Ab niitke-sudh.elegant on,;,. To Te kas,; 01 L a rie L Aco
wILhoulADy expcriei ce. c ca v wi f h I oand,:ogetabIft
lt isthetimeto Aake advantagee of. 'lt deals-p71"Wncir he irit -ach her about ey. ubs"itild t]
to e Mon d woman is alway ag In toLaddL to;, 0, the toulslaiia,- Florlda"and ALLL
itS'Vft U e'itS Te, : Yst,_:netlzally
Ations, its purcha (Pig po'%V 1 je I is, Iij her dainty collect on: of handker6 dth6iouglijy, South astern and Soutbern,
to Jearn, and hi S' mail
:WelihAs tier-quick IdegCrIbGP 72AUtIlOCt,, Of IJdj& L L' Tourist Points.
8VejyLap ttoLta e pride inth:efilmyex "d
aLrirp YLreeorupe
I ,to
]t e P_ iaby
qu a w6rkmamhi
an.,tha t I L
_Wib kkn6wilwwoin it" w .1_oat jztib#,
way of makinL tbei-n is to get, linen
See that your ticket reads: L
aoy sort Of fi'lancial edticatlon-tha -nof ou ireL not abl to buy such
"Cambric, _and if y e P eLop le 1 1:
:a grat'l?'arid "Vlathe.U. P. DENVEP & GU ILL
k 'j'ofitecl by, it? often she show : LL
expefi e material,,get the French cambrlc, fhtt
.Z6ompichem jorr.of monetary matter ,us well, Th pa*
orflue linen lawn. UutLthcm outthe maual; For full Information regarding rat4 ro LGS;'0Ck b,
as det ails of b aled,
usit eEs, that aro'geh oni L 81.00 a Tl ar (24 numbers).
1, r '- 'I I -I near qf ajent. o?'ssfdmw
andmake a narrow hem. aud hemstitch, rEO on yodr
h b. T or-brother.L he jq"'uj
r PT us 'and
jaboye; theater, and embroider your initial L Sps men'L copy Land. Moage catal VD. As tsti4iding'c6ntfaiy belief, a n intelligent, b6rtIdjjI,
ellecomer-WIth., Very fine Coitoj flo Be., L, tiral flooks'FREF on-& it R. L. WINCRELL, Gen. aBs' ge3i
it' L St ',C DE V%
wheivsfie'cbmes to learn WhatL Lee GOLORAD IL "
arid another. Way. is to hem a narrow hem L pier,., C-ar U oil N .
'orny,'meA 'a If-is frequentlysaid bk th d' embroider, a tiny vine of" fo et me.
roth rsexthat she'afin
mots" Above the hem
-foisslthey can maketwo- Jn i IS this:bya W 4 L
young girl mAking ode'whldh she'
J ang jage L if, L
a cllrawn herse and th e delicateenibroid-, 60L p1by:
i avy a, h mbrind b" 'dis Ve ed :that L L M
was exquisite. Such. La onelLbough T H Ebis'wife can buy morowith'a small amount, It
wroild have.-Coat her several dollar ngi,
. ofmouey than lie oa)),andhe sin the habit L.,]' WL
1 '', ;L'
,to h h. looked like French vrork, And was made,' 11 m i- F Eym!n
t er for t a purpose.,.To tb is
Orr briCL, T riter, Alen
r Ui We ;"h L lbe. sheerest of lin A half zen.
i,4c would g dr( erand SSYL 0'
made at:hom e wDuld not Cost much, and yetL -TY PE b
mothers, 6rilu wait und 'your" daughters g rij
pould be e.e a for. a kw hL 78 characters, and L MeatS Ill
ny. occasion. WRITE a7t payinent for a high e Amo,
are grown women and -taught by, h us- 'L L I the' L 'bleyole, wwh we scnd them onapprVval. M
Nothing a4ds more to-tire, d4jn.tinen, of,4 SINCL CASE ODELL) work done unj;JIL rhe picycle, arrives an(I proves
.w 6 ter
bandL. f Takebek int,6, ti aiwlrg: hud, V arranted to do worle"tban any;L machine satisfuwry."
young giri et than a filmypretty hand Yottlig
tle. Tcach bar 'to,-vAjqe(;L money I I I f;Lt I 1 -'employ&fl an the
er ierelitef. Tire laund 8,1 In a Same 6;.
rying o hem I In
' youthfull days, and then wben shp J ena lock'Woll- It combines SIMPRcItYL with Durability. SDeed. boys, rIS np ly
p9rtant., 0, ave must be well
T h a 1 0 1 Ease of Pperatio eari longer without' cost ot, m rf, they
will be tt'oractica nano er. ended. rite for paqlcdlari3. .:L
muc 0 hem course ves., Ira' no Ink'
litb beef -, R. 0 hc
work -rep4 th r- a chlb 0
ACME CYCLE' C0r1PANY' iMake a wbite lather of ivory soapand ra tOL neat, anb_ L
ribbon, Indther1be opera or.
uter; iasenostarc :or blUeIng, adapb d Ltb ELKHAPT- IND.:
What, t6' and whit staatial,-tdckel-Vlabid. 'perf ct. and
damp'Lpat them on your miTror, t0L dry,.: ali kinds oftypq-,v#tIpk. LUkq u, printing press L k
odgh,, 116 d r1eir d,,,a nly in abook. it pr9apeos. sharp, Cleall, legible manuserl
U When dry, fold eve
:I ems- coucerning Tuhidria le wqortencoplescaabe ma e a one wr ting.
V 6,; F
e I n-glean"ed"and'vp be g ven 6ry L ny Its'
re sinrha i.& in Illgent J)ergowcau ecome,511, operator lopid L j
fi,L indus ha beendeveloped *'L
,for day .
oror s ,.rea ers w ol in We 460
or e oonverrien c Ap
g at A distance from fashion the pine forests around..Pensaool iL The ,Fxllable-Agefits's.Ao Saleemen anted. Special. I although livL=
,_,able Jik4, to, foil L forests. abound in wild :.smIlax L. an LoV q;w"L Inducements to Dealers, Devoted w the -L' L
cell 'erH 07: the L prevailing L, yor. Pamphlet gIV g. Inder ments, wte. D' alopment'of ':FloridA Ahd'thi:ji
enci r L L Se Interests ofthe reople '4'
green vinewhic cles.the trunks of
iterlas Which MUcIrL 0(),:bU't..iS urafJourria 6, swa -j,'
:"Eiorue of'( em the trees very much likeL baulb
0 DELL Y tE ; W A I TE R
_us d for dresses OnL areLruo of. much fln"- texture., L' Many oarload St,"._L C C,^ earties late
h', L fL H COJILL, A03110
a liiirn ICA
heavysorge, OUCIeCot rijadAn ixed 'b thissmlliix jra vereIbent y been a. lj peo, Vrrla"tunyl
7A avo ago And MARKET G&RI)EP1140" PO"TR-F,
8 in to XewL York,. BItimore, Chic 'K RA_1811id"
"bresses and hats differjin c 1lokfkdh,.Ahos6 I IL I 1 1 L L '. I jL .. 1, S13RICUL"
thj r ,. qrthern._Uoints or, decor&ting 6iiny of the Va110116
ihe',ps4'fcw -seasbng. Wol lfk6t: hkfi OMEN 1, with. t Tm TwREDA Acrot,
purposes" and t -has found ready sale. 11
j tberWin ter goods Are In dark
The decorations for the famou's ti.b
W U? 9 Do R8 W 'I
of Andit G S16 ISC RI PTIO
the heiress, -SINGL, ',C0PIP R

ihassee, had on-exhibit all kirids of 'the'treed1nattd,ari irtidc-, M~fll -, 1
St Ol. wites, also'.pear cidbr"and, fite frug.frr -wth Eist ide; h
,apple,, juice. J. S'. 'Bakndof is probably,^adapied. to" Flora wtihFf o 62 edtr, r Wewaitcka, lsohada ixce ol-soil; ,i'n this we were, especiallIdasl lectio ofwns ei ier. -and, terested. as we. hav two. or three' taii the sgt'ft6IViw
mberry wine. Th-itnCn yugtesgoing onor60 ter a.L
Th sot i ee be onig.Cmpn hdan asiortment. place.. Mr. Wign idy. gav-O." His cout
give to, thee Ct- oal tno of candgoods, and.G, A., Dan-, its' a couple 'of ,fhe fruit, wih' mbereds
tentoa xp tat ey,, of; Chipley, mnade,.a nodivel Show e6gg-shaped and, of the regular 1%at.:
wera malyEpso dev. hetdeat of vegetables in large. glass jars tomato color,,and also, %as full o
annto Ariu IHotcu-that Was unique in'-character as seed as the parent type.,
tue sben 9 itretWell as conmprehensive-in varieties. ,Squth Carohina, Arkan~sas apd
which mnay be orecdse- for no SuaI aead yusibeahoAaaa l a rdtbed
deaiedrenio al a i-shown. plays in the' Agricultural building
trsigdpr,'Cudtetwo. display from that of Arkansas: being e Ispecial1 TE tS L INES E-J UNL--C,
AtoteEp isftisFl orida have been concentrated noticeable by its apple Collection e'~~ nber isduea asicr
ntytcmltehbtone building, the State would have of Which there Were perhaps tv, inadir~able Takgiving num-.
bu a esi ymc been the, gainer by the more favor, hundred varieties. South Caro, b,', and is espcal engraginge 'n
41an e Si tbe'r,muround, able: impeso that could -be lina had sixth spciens -of hard utainigt2 vr
displays an ev save a- made. wods, and a glass case containexcledt th
tedne h sgnrl Some of the 'Southerni States -tea f rom the famous tea farmn at sksgiving-' P.n1 diversiono
Ath at theeoeiontpt made ncrexhibits,'in the Agricul- Summerville. There was also Member hoshod
ronizit an asytsidepub.tural building, or in any of their grain pavilion. h ut hgCm
licha nt comee armsides tob own. Those that did made a very The' Government building ispn, Pilae 61bi;e dollar- -per'inaethe walls. Th~resident's creial soigpehaps the best ,patronized of any ya; ten snt e .
day,, of course, 'Shoe a large at- Louisiana's display-'was mainly on the grounds,, 1,l various de
tenanc an At -peialayfrom the Experimental- Station. partments being as 'fine as thosVEeO for NO ,ernof "Thrursday of-h0 week-will Thr .ee71 varieties of Corn, 51 shown at the Columbian Exposi be as as its 1 dhgartice sd dobtes b ab: ;-utta-of sweet potatos 75.o sugar cane,, tion. The pomological s ectic iomt~s. regular eartmntn
in th geeal ce itI is. 60.of cotton, 15o Of Irish potatoes, was carefully looked over, and we, pbeaper ,n afo a~r, h is, 13fr
1"d~~~ Id?~9if inrasd 38 -of. cowpeas, besides, rice ,and found Florida well to the- front I and its valuwoldea
tererunning e areme other so 1 pro ducts. -The fibre de- the -wax models of tropical. fruits' inepreted by Po. anklland'and
by receiptsth lat John II, within
hdisPlay fro mFoida wasis0n merous portrait 11u' iiistrationl'
twoa~ buldng; the -Plant T ubehyiroisey
Sytm' h n md and ''I iustriationfs, l-vno unless thia, here, Polk coub y .ehibit w-as yn T eve of Review-s
-ery, prominent, an y go.New Yok peranu
Maish ofL Lkelanrnd ea good-showmngof trees an~ian's pDin- CH'osmor 1",aftet n b
apple plants and< -bnnas.were s~ne.(which w. anotA acon
quite prominent. Th was born fo)6 several ,o< o
ifnFr eade an:omeland, c~es the PH ,-,P 'Eand isw-'
Toiefr1x:a aso Cm, naot,'Only >t fntrto
Cote, and th a eed ,vu but by r fu assc
twegity or more fet igh an i ps yb tse
at least. twlIn diameter. er C en~a hie,
atits base shwmoustrate stugling to i the Int
tesrength of sil of the Oen, a- Weely aou ofa p
cou ty.. An orange treWith hun Weaecf Aes
drdsof Oranges on istoodin.qhe 1hch lis ,M
foregrotin 8of thle dspa,,placard- rSlatest eff ot- a fid so)se-,1
ed i"polk County's Ehbit'"; but tb:b.somewh ato filled.'
this, particular treer 'vr grew in ROSELAWN, HOUS E ON1 TOW/ LIEI AO \KE FCA, vr. alker is.h, if he is~
Pkcuty .soil,' bu~are from agrssive,. amda. 6rgetic as i
Man -ate el.county; Thr. Is a Ide- 'parimerit was particularly. notice- There. were .specimnts of sap-i OP tinisI.c.-He as inaid<
ctio about this, dacoes not- able,, showing jute, henip, Cottoidlaavcope, loquat,, pose- mgificent succ s4th his fiagcomimend itself, tc.toe who think and ramie, of which last there were. granate, manigoes, pawpaw, guia -a, and. prove-a montIl Polk -county: go deogh to go innumerable fabrics rnaifcue vswIld ad Japa pesmmons e the da.onf,0 cn l$12
upon its actualmert. We hunted from it uc asuhlsterinig Ikumquats, citrons, oningesi leth- paoUtsseda Fis owvil cnfor' some6 stuff fro 'nFotProof as goods, 'netting, lace, silk, JImn oils, limes,: pothoeloes, and at least trions aenesmtc being th'e nearest p ouiow ens, etc. There Was also a fineta dozian varieties' ofpeaches. L nth .it s f n
section,- and final yfud Hamp- collectio of. tobacco and' forage specimens ivere. plainly- labeled, lcvaue; then hen, ctoJ ton-'s Otaheite Yar .ehbit and a plant., The one (tor )novelty in showing th~e county from vWhichisse is on 4''Som.e: Sculatibbs'; ; Rple Que-r..Ktelhis department wa(wa a hycm.We must -not forget to -Rpi Transit," ul imiustraid'."
which had his -car oit tied be- labeled -'Air Tuber, Dioscoria make special mention of noble, per year; io.cns per 'cpy hidthe plant,: wil iront Iwas Guatemala,! said to grow well in specimens of Porto Rico and Rip' :I tok, Ne W, The3
one-,announcing iwsgrown by Louisiana, bearing ar, edible tuber' ley Queen pineapples fromn Bre- lipotad Publi l ~ ol Mr..:: In man At WneHaven. ort. its branches, tasting, wher vard county that had the ho nor 0 Callirighis attention t hssingular cooked,,somewhat. like a Is benIi as y hmelethe SOUTHEN- 1PTES 1rQ
statement, he ver pomptly ,del potato. 'W wulhke to touch upo e, a Th P. I r
stroyed the -card an laced the California had a building of its, the Negro' buld an icn aocs;,and Capili-e of its M :blame on Col. Ell11 I is not fr own not half full and also adslytn, hcweem iyi the i y" occu4pies ovrhrtyia
th rter tos e or ti the Agrictiltural -biiiling. ,It, dtistrial .and educational line.,They iti opioiuslyi dandk
-,..was,.but hbad we otnticed it-- like Florida,. was as :a.home di- showed a remarkable advanpea.n. ery tl sectio sy em ,
Who: knows ( ha) a d of mis- vided against: itself, to its, own det- skillan culture and Flrd wa s wdely ta ra statement might stl betere. We riment. I Southern- Callifoinia not behind in its exhibits., We fmCovering the:ms impo if, found nothing from Deotch coun- seenied to be arrayed against spent three days, but could pirofit- ith Gedrg,
ly, eite -nthi's deprteilt, or inothr,,ard it. had a, very.enter- ably have spent threemweks withinmand1 the. quarters. in' t iciltura piing manager in Mr. Frank these buildings-- which' mark an
bidnwhere the Wet Florida: Wigginis, who is superintendent -of e'ra in the. NewSouth- inwhcRI Gin
exhibit is made. H-rthere was tfie Los Angeles Chambaler of Com- are ,grouped all the industries of, oianot aep fiedslyo es from meci ehis e e found the -the elation. aury .4th,' I96 il beitrs
DAde' County, one- hdig:frtuit-. oaI fIly.'*ell exhibited i The trat ott-oi cirteesaa wek join L ic f
TeD esi:asw ailiori 'studded .wt :the golden extended. to thez.Florid a -Press. As-,,sm price it is nq llpus e3i'
might, term -..tha sa, : el- fruit, .and were told that:California soito'ebeswrevdhe r ta