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The Homestead leader
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South Dade Pub. Co.
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June 10, 1930
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Vol. 1, no. 1 (June 14, 1923)-
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Ceased in 1931.
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B.E. Archer, editor.

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ON gy-products: citrus fruits TRUCK CROPS In planning next season's CROP HANDLED ,

are beginning to appear on the vegetable list it might be well

shelves of metropolitan groc PRICE to give some thought to the
CITRUS Juice ers. Orange in conned and form grapefruit'be* green or Italian broccoli. Thus BY EXCHANGEAnnual

ing displayed more dli and JI far Florid grower have not
apparently the sales are Increasing Florida Grower Profit By attempted to product this crop
Head Of Clearing
on a commercial scale although
House Reviews Work Some firm are also distributing I Unfavorable Weather a few shipment* were Report Brings Out
powdered orange Juice -Tomato** High tnt to New York with good Achievement Of
Of OrganizationBy that require only the addition ...,-- result this itaaon. Part SeasonBy
of water to make it an acceptable By COLONEL BROWN The demand- for this vegetable
N J. A. GRIFFIN orange drink. Spring frost, heavy rains la Increasing, not only
Retiring President Florid. Citrus The market for orange and and then drought did more among; the Latin race but FRANK R. HAMMETT
grapefruit juice drink can undoubtedly thai the anal. amount of dam. among I.thnu native population Three outstanding achievement ,}
Graver Clearing\ ROHMSpecially be extended. If U truck this spring a* fir the market
age crap
feature the annual of the,
Association people to drink which has hoed reflected In relatively has never been overloadedwith
( Written for Florid tIrb.UIn whichare light receipts, fairly this vegetable and It enjoy Florida Citrus Exchange, mad
of a very doubtful health high price/ and a late season practically a year round public at the annual meeting on
Firm and Grove Section) value It ought to be easy to In eastern states. Florida probably demand. It might prove a June 3. The most striking thing
After serving t.year a* a director develop a demand for products had a* much bad weather profitable Florida crop and It to keen
In the according
of the Florida Citrus Grow. whose health .value I* a* any ef the southern it at least worth trying on a report
t ers' Clearing Home association, not open tq doubtVegetable states Jiut wa by no veins small scale.Graphic. observer of citrus affairs'! I I. the .,'
director and alone In this respect Alabama > fact that the Exchange, contraryto
and another al
Louisiana Mississippiand what mightbe
its president, I *m thoroughly convinced other states also had their regarded asa

that U the Co-op trouble However, the great. Chart On natural! trend,
objective for est ahortsre appeared to be In
thoM crops In which Florid In a light crop
which It Wi treated Group Will MeetBy specialises luring the spring Commodities OutThe year. Increased

arc carried month' such a* celery, *trlng. I its control from
out, the association been.Aewambera, cabbage aidtomatoes.
31.8 per cent te
.d can be:beneficial very 1.. M. Rhode All .f the southern states State Department of Agri- almost 40 pet

useful and Co, mtkioner< State. Marketing. .Including Florida have been failure "published a Graphic cent-SO5 to be
to the citrus Bureau see I* two ween later than Chart of Commodity Price that is I exact ef the to .\
grower of, itual and Florida was ..tIIlahlpln I tal. The second! ,
the and
most complete Informativethat
The movement to perfect an organization t
thin state, if properly heavily during the C C. CoMmander feature la the
I managed.1 for the cooperative marketing middle of May In contrast has ever been attempted. Anyone fact that while
I ':! r and the grower* of vegetables, which U being with some Mason when the Interested la a study of markets the state as a whole showed a decrease s
and marketingJ. encouraged by the Federal i movement was getting along t.F products, eitherfrom of 18 458 carl or 33 per Cent
A. Griffin agencies support Farm Board, the Florida State toward Its close at that tine standpoint of a grower. as compared with the lesson of
the organisation. Marketing Bureau, the Agricultural Other state* have begna In shipper or student of economics 1928-29, Exchange shipment tell
Inaamuct a* the grower pay Extension Division and moat,of any a limlter,way as ,et.OH..d. should be Interested: In a study oiI i'I off only 2478 care or 14.4 per cent
the cost of operation, they shouldbe the vegetable grower cooperative Celery I, these chart I In volume over the Urge crop year
the deciding factor In determining already operating in the state, has Celery has been In good demand The Graphlo Chart take up last season. The third outitand- p,
; what the retain it and- how mad some at two meeting and the sprint ehlp- Florida crop at different aeasoniand leg achievement U the cloning! of a
much they are willing to put In for t called for fbu of considering meal in common with recent in leading' markets, giving canning deal which itablKies the
advertising, expense of operation, such an organisation yean the have winter averaged higherthan It price received day by day in each! sale price of cannery fruit

and other purpose Harmony and good will prevailedand U seldom that spring shipments.celery I II market lilted and the number of In regard to Its Increase In crop> 1
The marketing organisation of a committee of nine, composed overdone aced It is entirely cars told. By comparing a series control, it I* significant that the
I the state, both co-operative and Independent of fire representatives from Bible that even more could polo be of year the fluctuation, periodicand usual history of cooperative mar.
can render an invaluable vegetable cooperatives and four produced profitably. Not much Incidental. It will enable one keting I organisation has been that
service to the industry by becoming from the Federal Farm Board Bermuda celery was Importedthis to work a fairly accurate "expec the cooperative Increase its per
member of the association, State Marketing Bureau and State year i Iant- tancy" of a crop on the average restage of control during heavy
II thereby eo-ordJiatlng the effort Extension Service are working on lags in the' Bermudan.: la the for a number of years-condltio-u: crop year, when return low .i
At all of the operator through better theoperating a set-up tor inch an organisation.A seasons .f 128 and 1921 remaining average normal. These and the speculative buying' slemenOis .
committee control, for a of disContinued meeting of this committee, some rather large cargoes of charts are free upon request to I inactive! and losses in: percentage
I and more effective ( which ws called to meet In Or- Bermuda eilery were brought: the State Department of Agriculture of control during the years
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:: Florida Leads II I ITS WATERMELON SHIPPING TIME IN FLORIDA I Iv II Texas CopsCucumber ,.:

I I la Farm Values Florida' 1110 watermelon MarketBy '

crop I II ea

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Its way t* market
Department of Agriculture figures a Staff Writer
aa of March: 1, show that It I* expected te be The shortage of Florid
while farm real estate value forth .
i cucumber Texas ,
both (tate and light, gave grow.era
entire dropped one
country .
their first good
percent from last years figure I .. with good ,rICHpre"m. to market their spring
Florida led the nation In Increased .. If le In New York and
: car crop they
valuation over the fix prewar the year 1811 '. '. exercised In gradlag. have been making the most of
The figure year
i It. Ordinarily Florida control
to 1914 a* being 100 percent, andllorlda .
Colonel the New York market but
has a 1930 rating of 172 .. .
.. ... there were so few Florida cucumbers
Brew noted
72 market -
percent, or an Increase of percent '.. .. ,
than . coming and Texas hd
fourteen percent higher analyst whow
10 much larger than .
the next scats, North Carolina. ... i .. crop ,
usual thatMi*- Texas stock
Taking the states geographic ', / 111 a. exclusively J
has dominated the market
divisions the 1930 value* a* cornpared fer Florida Farm ''filJ
with those .f 1920, still usIng .. 'i\ cently. ,dl,
4 aid Grove Section From Mr 11 it inclusive
the 1912-114 period a* representing 0 ,,
100 per cent, are as fol. \ la this state roatrlb- the receipt of Texas cucumber '
lows New England, 1271 Middle r \: amounted to 195 can and
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Atlantic lOG; East North Central, ; : :;: 1 ",. :. aces *. Interesting a* high a* 29 carload were
'' : received In a single day. Last
North Central, 109 "
86; West ; ; article .a watermelon
South Atlantic, 128; East South .," .. year during the same period 7
: \ In this bra Texas sent only one age to
Central 128: West South "
136; Mountain, 102) Pacific. 115. \. '.". ; p / :/: : : (Pig I) Photo New York. Florida shipped

The Index for March 1, 1930, I. ; .. ....,;.'.//'r; :..'."1': \' ...,'' ,.. ,. .;;.. L' shows skipper treating only SO car te New York In
; r contrast with 150 cars during
placed at 115 per cent of the prewar ".." < i(, ,. wsteriseleas
average, compared with lit the same period last year
parp.r of pre-war 192* 117 wl.lllIor4. *! paste Price have remained at
tent: io 1928, tape cent In te prevent .t..-... high. level for 10 late la the

lim, and U4 per cent la 1929. rot llaeon.

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Better -Handling And Specialist Outlines t Farm and Grove Calendar of Work 1'1

Acute Shortage Are Types Of Dairying I For June

Said To Be Causes By J. M. Burgos '
Marketing 8p UUet, Ptorld Btnto MarketSonso RY3.F.Cowan allowed to tome ta tontart with the t.0.
tiller Agrirakonl tenorim*** 'SUUoo It ...... b* rocked severed feet from U*
merchant ..II. ....... torn cloth- Aa tho inlay: otaaan toot on, citrus ground or floor and provided with td*<
"tire Very HiP CtttJr .t log, hardware while ethers mall a line groweit should auk plan to dlnemlnatofirlondly quato voatUattoax Yard foramen *h .M
Poor Quay Or Or*..**. of 14=1 merrhandtoo. Each: ewe ,..noIoc : tome ta their help ta.Mini make frequent Inapottioa* 'a* a* to dated
And Of Gr psfrs't that plan which tuiubto. fancy or coodl th* of whUeOy gs d truer. KoeVktoded. tb* ret before damag* to don* la the aN
liar ..... 8* with dairy fanning then to wMt-hded owl black seals-,.a < and also to pnront th* dmUibatkio el la-

this year tb storing .1 Florida orange no ono road to follow, but then fa onite should k* Obtained from trsrtorr.for tonrtnctlon
+ much It did choleo nO depending npouj the conditiona Mtgkborimg grove* and G r / :
M Sine the eII47.&Ma" under which the farming to to b* don and ta'road.rhlt fl fungi Inspect an material before It to good Iaconalnlttl. ;
... and discard all Infected lot
the likes and dislike of tb tenser.Probably
tb "'II'I active market for
setaat an :
,j k obtained trot
Florida ana notwithstanding the simplest type of dairy farmIng eaa questionable piece should- timbers o*
oranges to when th* farmer bas an abondaiM the State Plant Board at foundaUon*. can b* eienieed U
that DM of pasture but doe not can U milk the CaiatarUI allow tt least U "Inches of air apace .betweea -
" .sS average quality of th* eons II* limply lets the calf stay with Thee fungi ran be tile eon surface and 'M classes woetl.Th .

fruit haa been Mow fa tin cow, getting his profit c.J spayed *... th*. trot aids should root oo ronmta, trick,
lie ........ price bat r*> bsifen or heavy tpringen, me For this purpose uo akaapaark itona, or metal plan. Wooden plen thouU
npenee. bat to moot ao state inspection which never b.* used because they provide direct
matted close U I7.M at Under each sprayer: for the from the' toil toother
law and that hat fw werrie boon lead. forIT passage fuagut !
New T.or almost |iMT few good _' boa coyer puts of the building TAe pier
rows an developed --
box higher than tt :.= :=17Z. followed only when land to,I Corner Bercte..r..Im., .emlphur... Bor- should jb* palated. or coated with creosote ;

did Ut year. heap and labor acarc. This type of farmer ... other fangkid Collect aa mock or tar, ar a piece of aipkalt reading should
Fancy lino of fruit very seldom Improve* hi* bri' any ; ta b* placed between the pier tad ailL The
have told! from ft to Inromo From Work of tile fungoa material aa possibly put timber In contact with the piers Should be
. swab the
c. 1. Brown '10.60 with some be kite, Another milk to sold, but b water, Mir vtirorwuly: to apon with will tooled or painted with mortis> takIng -
and then the tree '
M The demand sec 1 tot the .:r-: tacom This farmer 1 out itrala splay greet can to cover all surfaces and
UaiMd but OB .. n'sites right through invsots lam turn ta breading stock bam the water ta which I : : spores to end. Silk Joints studding, mb-floor,
May and aUca tit tad smaller net* Ulna i tad other equipment and aspects kid profit of th* tangier material"- M In the. entire partitionetc.. should b* well covered wits Y
at the bait prices. U quality ka4 been, to some from the telling of th tocreas not mouth cover of each tree creosote, extending up the partitions stud
batter tt .. taft to tar that price would of the .... lie knows that bin cow will grove, tpny 117limb or two the fungi will ding and walk several fort Ventilation ,
" have averaged a toast Ugber than thy I' not give enough milk to make a profit If, One* : U r the. material. to should be provided through the foundation.
' did. Th price ban bee11 ] only milk to told For this reason the 1 spread naturally The (par* between the lower surface of "
below what they wn at thla U:1.-Cza1: : bar firms chain of tbs. milk and i place It la a pea of water and dip method only its alha and the' toll surface under the
when the trop WM shorn but the storage' only-u surplus to nold. Thee hard an aa Mao\oaoallwawla. into It. TWO doe structure should be *f ....1I..lcht that on.
lees wasteful than tpraying a* or*
quality bttUr. I always pur bred and an nearly! always could outer and Import for Indications at
to throw tile larger particle
not aced
away )
Florida Orange Needed U Spring wned by very wealthy men. Thee mentittle. which would clog op the spray ....1.. dry rotPlant_ ' profit ta the pleasure they: get
Thla bat dem.Nrtr.ted that OwnS fruitIn
spring ta baring high bred cattle aid the relax*. But mite an appearing on young
\ a real Bd for Florida orsagv during while tuffklent Numbers to demand the attention
from their business .a
the spring Booth. Then have been sod-, tion such they a farm.get The lacrosse from such hero 6f growers )IN many part of the Patent BillPasses
orate supplies of California oranget to boMro citrus 'brit aayt J. R. Watson, ontoawkigM
to sold to those who wish to begin pun
but the California Navels ran nsostlvU of the Florida Experiment Station. I
bred herd, or who wish to auprovo In
Urge ah**-. 80* to JMu. Valencia herd by: the Influx of nrw Mood. This type When th* nhe art found In h'IS contwWabla House \
were ., fta appearance but a little to tadua- Number the trees b* ,
has beau of greet help to tile dairy
sow to wit tho .....* person tot juke It for tile mall tprayed or dusted at one*. It to a good
by making possible
Bwpoaoa Florida orange bar boon much brto: get well bred rattto at a fair idea for grower* to provide themselveswith A bill recently: pawed the Berne ef Representatives
C:4. of them could hay cost and tuck brooders an under lasting good pocket lenses, and famUiaria that admit new rorietiea of
tt they bad 1 obligations to those mo of wealth who themselves with the appearance of runt plant to patent This assure th developer 1

I eea_ .ni.laIJM... .1 have In the put, and who now an carrying mitoa. During dry period* a constant watch or discovers of such plant of somerevenue
To L. acute UM aoortag* on this typo dairy firming should b* kept. ta cat their development I I. worth
range'bb.- it la neceessxy ) :; Income .: Milk Product Barfed fruit uniformly bring town It by allowing them eiclueive right of reproduction.
onparo th* receipt of Florida at Law: Another type of dairy farming to that pric* e* th* market thus doe bright The bill 1 follows.Be /
York for the five weeks "Mi.. May: 11 followed by those dairymen who expect to la mailer, and eenaequeetly takes man It eaarted by the Senate sad Hoot
with: the oomepoaduig period' last your, ret their income from the isle of milk and to.r.n: box. The keeptac quiltta of the of Repnsentetive of the United States dAmerica
During; this period ealy 428 ran war rMivtd ksppod acts. Tb bards soy b* either pun ale Impaired. >rait eac noted ta Coagnsa assemblod. That sea
-or withdraw from atoragaajrsiast bred: or grade. If pun bred the owner ox. cannot b* brightened again a* that tontrol goons 4884 end 481 of the Revised Statutes
MM can loot year. Pniahlj poets to Improve his bard by the UM ofIwtter of nut mite twig for prevention rather se amended (U S. C. title U. tee*. 1
there war toe many: last year .bat UM ulna and rsJalng -to* heifert from I than cur*. Tb prevention consists .. 44 and II). an amended to read a* fl
market could sadly: bar absorbed seethe the better _.. H. may aIM derive some tpnytng .u.o. treat with one part of lima lows
CO to n can ": California baa I Income from th* able of hedgers and ball tulpkur part of water, or ducting "See ... Every patent shstt coafol
abort crop .hot bonus of the shorter attempted arvea. On ether farms n* calve an kept with tulphnr a short title or description of the Inveo- ,
to get ta aa many: can aa possible and the owner export to maintain his bard Spray Crape ,I Ilion or discovery, correctly indicting its llnatun
and receipt from that. source for the tire >:y buying row a* needed. This farmer Crapes an subject M attacks at ripen and design 1 and a grant to the Patentee t
woe: i were actually: heavier than they ... Ie hooking only for production. can nothing lag time by ..hat" known at ripe rot bit heirs or .laIlfna, for the tent .'\,'
lad tsar or M8 ran against Market outside of Now y..k.... area will serve his purpose. Herd of this type preying t* n* Ion considered ne*..ary.I to rnsko use, and vend the Invention or
nor poorly supplied with YlorW..reata of farming may or may not k* near the and when applications of Bordeaux mixture discovery (Including In the cs of t plant [,
than Now York and for the put week have city where the milk tt nulled. The firmer ,would wave chalky" bleaches of roaiduo onth patent the exclusive right to asexually re. ",
I i reported practically: a* aoctioai aalea ., .has the choice of doing hi* awe selling or fruit at harvest time and render the produce the plant throughout the United i 1
Florida *ranc*.. he may Ml to the distributor H* may fruit[ nnitUbl Steles and ha Territories thereof referring'
Th* grapefruit mulct" waa loot favorable Ira to far away that the milk will have to Th copper acetates are noaetalniag ADd to the specification for the tartlculan
but her* again it to a eaa of Inferior be shipped to th* distributer This type are recommended by Dr. A. 8. Rhoad aa- I thereof A copy of the rpeclfiratlon and
fruit with' which: fill th* tUmaod. Fancy of dairy' farming to nearly always followed social plant pathologist of th* Experiment drawings shall be amassed to the patent
grapefruit such wo bad during the tnlJ by there who give their entire time: to Station n* offectiv sprays for grape to and b* a part thereof.
die .f th* current aoaaoa would probably th boston for very close aleattoa I* re- b* put on the market within a month Copper :"See_4886 Any: person wh bas Invent! 1
have -Tor>(*d $LM to f3 oar box mote quired. One question that always baa to acetatei an stronger thin copper Sol-! ed or discovered any new tad %f"UI arta .
then it did.Hnry. ha answered i% win Who best to stay near rfiite, or W....., and can b* used to marhuH manufactun, or tontooeitlon of
: Sapplioa From Porto tie the city aad deHvor th* milk! direct or'get mailer qoa. tJ-. ratter. or may new nod weld Improve
i For th* moot part grapefruit has averaged out on cheaper land, grow th* feed .tiedfor I Stock Solutions of the copper acetate ran monte thereof or who has Invented or discovered .
around K 0 per box at Now York tho herd and sell the milk to :distributor. b* mad by dtolving one pound of the and asexually reproduced any .....
alar the clooo of th* shipping town which Price and local condition will bail topper acetate vordigrle) or the natural timer and now variety of plant, other than: ,
1* a high price eonaidorlna. tho avvragimiatity answer tb onestlon. copper acetate ta a f.lloo. of wagon n .......propagated plait net known or
*f the offerinc Individual Uraahowinc Dairy A* RloeUn The neutral copper acetate to ta crystal used by othen ta this country: before his
{ naJnr -sty bar sold at twice Stilt another type of dairy farming I is form and require more ttirrlng. Warm Invention or discovery thereof, and not pat*
that : peat week aa exception[ when th* farmer keept a herd a* aide DM water should not b* u..... anted or described' In any printed publication
liDo of Porto Rico grapefruit sold for f 11.- to his general crop lie may have grndet For fifty gallows *f epray, two galkm* la this or taw foreign country before
12 in the New York aurtiod which shows or pan bred and may ship milk or cream of this stock solution may b* mixed with his Invention or dtonvery thereof of nor
that th* demand to her for fruit that U .p .a the condition wtrnnt Tk cows nn forty-tight gallon of water. Gelatin I is than tw years prior to bit application, and
to (tandard.Bowew. kept not a* th* chief ource of 1 Income on required ta (acrea** the adbetlvraw* when. not ta public us* or on tab ta this countryfor
N, tt matt not be loot eight of that the farm bat to cat and convert into rash the Neutral acetate ta .... and to ..goal...him mon than two yean prior to hit SB.
Porto Rico and Cuba were big factor ta the much of the surplus feed grown and thus when the bail acetate to w eL To th* plication, may, upon payment of the footrequired +
grapefruit deal during tile part few wooki.Artnalr convert Into a profit what would b* a watt fifty gallona, add man gallon of gelatin by law and other do* proceeding
/ the combined receipt at New The herd ta needed to kelp maintain the solution mad by dissolving four ounce had, obtain patent therufor*
York have ban heavier this put five weeks fertility of the farm and aom* farmers ty of tn Innpenoiv grids of gelatine ta a Sec. 1 Section tent of the Revised fitat
than they wen a 1"P.... This doe Mt that this to the. chief reason for keeping gallon of water. Thin ahould b* added to otot, a* amended ( B. C, *cvU
Mean that tt wa aO eonoaiojod her oe the herb I the copper Statute solution after it bat >. to amended by .. at wand then*
much of the Port JUNo stock wa ont elect It.weet nm or whole .I1k-ll1Dlll then been diluted to tpraytog ttnngth. of th* foileoJMg _... .. "No plant palest
where to rodent the .!tort... the regular state Inspection matt b* met Dry Bet of Lumber Bad BnOdlag hall b* declared Invalid ant ground ofnoncompllane
For the five weeks ending May IT '. but It only: -ream for-churning to hipped During recent weeks the Experiment 8ta- with this section if the d*>
total of IIS ran of grapefruit war* told then no impaction to required. However, loa hit received aevoral requests for ... arriptlon to mad a* complete at U reatonably h.f"the
{* New York against aD tent :yoar. Co the .rreamsrtoi pay h premium for sweet formation on the control of dry rot In build. : posaihb." .
the. other band, tbor wore I'll :or. from hurting cream and the farmer thould on- BK*. This trouble also attack lumber Sec TV first Sentence of section I
rarto Rico and Cuba again only O for I desert M got this premium when U to not proporry handled (tend and m Revised Statutes, a* amended
the mow ported lad :yoar about Should gibe farmers of Florid who ai.renot pntrted.k Th trouble to named by a funUB. (U. 8. C. title 88, to*. U). b amended toroad I
Porto Kkm stock ho* averaged. ta position to follow tile other type, ) aa allows
the BOW* ta prim a. FtarMa ascept for a : or who do not ran to do to* add to their According M Dr. O. r. W.borwe 'Sea.' 4m. Th* applicant Nan make .
few of th* beat broad Who the eating farm five tews for each mule then would plant pathologist at the Station the fungus oath that k* doe verily believe himself
qoalitr of Porto Kir grapefruit to fairly I b* very: math bat trying af bard time and I. quite' easily recognized In :its various to b* tile original. and first. inventor or dto
'", good the park to teUoei up to th* standard much mon prosperity ever tile States If Btttet of dvlepmBt. It usually starts ta roveror of the art machine, ..manbfactum
of Florida pack I cream ia sold then the. skIm milk! should. .b* the. Umber closest. *rta tooted with'th* eemp eltlos. or Improvement, or of the va-
OM featur that ha bees .-Jte' to orlaW : fed to noultry: and pig, tad add two BOOK oil, inch a* wooden flan, Ilia, step@ redfloors. rid, of plant' for which h* solicits a pat
la the citrus deal a* now York ha of 1 income to th*.farm. This type of dairyIng It appear often a* papery, fan- enti that lie doe not know and doe not
d base the much mor skillful handling of doe much to regulate tb* pries of dairy Shaped, yellowish shorts of mycelium believe. that the some was ever before i
nppDo placed to ttorag Both these. watofcooermea product Them me* lean bow to produce *m.adieg out ever: the surface of tlmben known or used end shall Mate of whatcountry '
and the trod .adontaad better milk at a low teat, then If they equip to of flooring when there to Ugh humidityand b* to a dtison."
f boot bow to bandit citrus fratto ta otor- meet Inspection they caa son milk cream little venUUtiea. TW tavaded wood
and than bar bees fewer mistakes or cream for ckuralng M the market demand heresies well dried shrunken and cracked,
:: laat year.Th and the price vamota.I irowqhtk and brkUei benco the om dry Han you any technical question an for g
>upp Md grapofrult to being oihaatUj rep ly: *- a general thartag of orange It U at- board may bt aaailv broken ta the bandt difflcaltlMt Our i.i. and
and ta meet of tb othor nurkrta oolygraprfrnit moat Certain that. prke* will coating* high 'and the wood *as. b* pulverized between 1 Grove Information Bureau will kelp you
to loft. Now that Porto Rtrograpofrult batil the close of the stone deal for fruit th*'fiagon.Umber at M chart Address the bares at th.*
import ar* falling off and there: bat any close nt all. stared ta jrmrdi. ....., .*. bt ''limsben Uoto Wdg Tampa fla.ill .



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rWatermelon ---- -

Iderable ef the work. The men on whoM* Stem-End Rot '
Agricultural AgentExneriraentingWith land the crop were planted were J. W WHAT'SDOING
Parrish and th Brough Booa. 1 secured Can Be Checked By The I

complete report on plot with Mr. tarnish UM Of Bordeaux Paste
but none with Brongh Bros, aa cattle ate 'INTHEU.S.DA.;
the plot before It was nature.
StenvenJ rot' should not be allowed to

New Feed For CowsTwo rate Yield of M.7J on Mr.ton Parrish'of mantels plot war and at 80.49 the cause a further heavy. lost of melons when \.-..-.By E. G. .Moore-..-.-

ton of carrot per acre. These were plan they mature since treating the steins with
td In 3 1-3 foot row and werenot me Bordeaux paste win prevent the disease, Sclrntlfl research often yield Interestbif -
Varieties Mangels And On. thick a* they might have been In the drill. Dr. 1C. N. Walker, associate plant' pathologist by-product While studying the proteini -
Of Stock Carrot. Used In fact we had to do considerable transplanting _fat cottonseed meal recently _.Henry
with the Florida Sta
Experiment Stevens
In In those plot There was a heavy unexpectedly
Dairy Experiment application of cowpen manure broadcast (ton, and stationed at the watermelon dls- covered that cottonseed

on the land before planting, and not another ease laboratory here, recently ssserted. meal I* very rich In two
Report en Experiment with mantels and fertiliser used except the Calcium Stem-end rot fungi enter bruises had cut important vitamins. B and
and Stock Carrots) Nitrate. There were two applications mad G. This discovery It especially .
ff4. B IK. ft MeLendoa. Agricultural of this. On the check where no Calcium caused b rough handling tb. field Or significant because
Agent, Florida East Coast Railway Nitrate was applied there was a much poor packing in the tar. but the most com the latter of these vitam-.
CompanyContinued lighter yield, In fact, en the fertilised plot rntln\.t entry la the cut tent, he ex Ins la the one necessary
( from last Issue) the yield was 8 I-I times greater. This plot melons should never be pulled to prevent pellagra. a dia-
St John. CountN : In was on Bladen Fin Sand type of soil and from the vine, but should be cut with case found in many JIIU'Uf
County Agent
this county when most of the work b was only fairly drained. Trot better a* long a tern a* possible. When they ) the South. Yeast III eonsldered -
big don. was drainage or improved 'drainage we planted are being loaded In the car the stem should by chemists to be
9 to work with Dairymen who worked or agreed on rather high ridge' or lists, thus having be cut doser to the melon, and Bordeaux: : the richest known natural
ua wore also potato grower to give considerable distance between row. past applied to the fresh cut. A mall
and the Eo G.Moore .-.Tth--;;. :
potatoes kept tnera rahter busy, *o There we considerable wet brush I Is handy here, he added. The tmpartanes source !

1 had to look after the crop and do con tamln and the work of
April and May. There wereTIood of this treatment' cannot b* overemphasized ; Sienna has demonstrated
4 this field. The bottom of the carrot and many buyers ere demani that commercial
rotted root Ing 'he treatment cottonseed meal, even In the unrefined Hate
near the f''f1: : until A commercial Bordeaux past v / be la the only substance that even. appnxt-
latter part of June. I could not notice that -to or a mixture may b* made, cheap] mates yeast w a source of theM vitamin.
the; excess moisture seriously affected the at ., In either case the protection I. This work li a cooperative project between
m.n...*. There were com mantels in this worth more than the cost of treatment, h. the Department ot Agriculture and the Notional -
plot the middle of July and just as sound stated. It It convenient to place a row IIf Cottonseed produce Association In
E I sea i a* a dollar. melon at one end of the ear, and treat the meantime Steven. I* continuing his
1 1r Th next plot which we secured a recordon them while another row I* being put In the study of the nutritive Mine of the protelna
was in Flagler. county. Mr. L. T. Mie- other end ta cottonseed meal.Four .
t +r..."' land county agent and Mr. L. C Weisman To make the Bordeaux paste at home, '
I laden Fine Sand, place I ounce of copper sulphaw or bluestone 4-H club members, two boy and
but I'J'iln.cbTr.ftI. right on a eanaL and a 1-4 quarts of water In an enamelware two* gM, from Florida will be viiitor In
Comes, Still to be sure of not excess moisture the pan and boll until the bluestone<< the nation' capitol the week of Jane 18-23.
You weAtlant. row were 8 1-t feet apart and ridged high I. dissolved. Add mixture ef starch mad They will represent the thousand of club
This was one ef the 'Ybutl: r %* had b iy mixing 4 ounce of laundry or cornstarch boy and. girl* in Florida at the National
being near two acre., one-half I ell In one pint ''of cold water. 4-H Club Camp, held each year by the Ex.
the plot being transplanted. This plot tension Service of the Department of Agri
whether on business or pleasure. Mded at the rate of 11.62 ton per ref culture. The girls are Guild Yates of
you will thoroughly enjoy the L r. Wessman fed his mantels to his I was BO eewpen manure 'heed to t'la plo County and ERs
grange Mary of
trip If yosl live at the Atlanta some thirty milking cows. He had been land only one application of Calcium Nlrate Leon County. Th Bradley
EUItmore. Modem, rumbaed la feeding beet pulp previously, costing him The ro were three feet apart and of Union County *and boy are Hugh Duke.
quiet elegukos,with genteel cUeav some fSB.OO per ton He fount that 400 the mantels and tarots were thinned more Washington Wilson'Huberts of
ti tele. MO outride rooms, each pound of the mangel wa* equal to IOC than was necessary. County. Theae boy and girls
with bach. Yield it white French wet elected a* the outstanding club mem.
private 8veat sain- beet pulp At the rste of S1.42 fcalf-augar man
lire from railroad stations, yet rndMf per car there wa a feed value i gel at the rate of 74.2S ton per acre ben In the State both In leadership and
tree from trade din. Servicewhich for his mantels, with beet pulp selling at nd for ret carrot 11.53 tons. Mr Sexton project work.
aaaay prooUnenf people ton and four ton of mangel* was rtart of silage and fed the man _
t declare Is the = OnrD:: ton of beet pulp, of S4N.77 gel* and found that be wait able to hold up Peanut hulls,. now regarded aa a farm
tares are as low ase$3.50.. Notedious per acre. >la flow ef milk aa well a* with com silage waste, with a value of only about f 2 a ton
waiting. for room. Situated This was the only plot thst-w found the but he had etch a mall plot we could for fuel may become commercially Important -
tea 4 acre park, with three two varieties of man-el yielding about the not get comparative milk yields with the a* a source of cellulose to supplement
putting greens and enclosed" pla* same or a little more for. the Long Red .Hag*. However. Mr. Sexton la So well cotton lint.... and wood pulp In America'
around breaknut for of ch Bilrmor.. Club Jumb pleased with the crop and yield that b* rapidly developing ceMnloac industries. aychemists
and service 75c luncheon quality Indian River Ceuaty. County Agent Mr expects to plant ten acres this season. of the Department of Agriculture,
to 125. dinner $3.00.BaTMORa 05e W. E. Evan, and dairyman, Mr W. E. The. next plot we got a record from was who have. been seeking to discover and develop
Sexton, was where our nex plot we got In St Lucia county. County Agent, Mr. profitable outlet for this farm waste
RATES record of was located. This plot was nol Alfred Warren and dairyma Mr. Mowsrt'aylor. of the Southern State Several. attempt
Single Double planted anti: late for lack of moisture and The type of soil I would ' $.. $,. $' f6.90 $10 there was a lack of moisture luring the Bladen Clay, prairie phase. It I. a heavy. which collect annually at the shelling
30 Room at $3.50 whole growing season. With good moistureconditions prairie soil and i* very productive. This plant in the Southern State have. a* yet
f this plot would have given exceptionally was In a drainage district, so drainage was
If* ATLANTA BILTMCkjlB, heavy lights, Therty c.*f moil well taken care of:On the account of lock a"Mk with hulls only partial success. However
peanut because of their1
Am AI 1r*<*>< */ Prestige pas a good ruder Fine Sandy loam. ThereBROGDEX of moisture the seed r retarded untillot their availability In large quantities eheapnesand / atthe
r and the crop was some by]
w* a perfect stand shelling plants, appear to offer a promising *
dteI r.:1If10: a.) of mois i source of eelluloe* for the future.
tore. The ro-f were three feet and the
(ants were given more distance in the drill Most of the food poisoning cases Investigated
than wa leeessary, and the land was never by Federal food officials during the
thoroughly wet during the drowning 'sea past flv.. year hare. proved to be the result
y son. The land was given a good application of carelessness- In the kitchen, says
of cowpen manure, also Calcium MlVhis the Food and Drug Administration. 71t.
'Apartment of Agriculture has booklet
plot yielded at the rate ef 20.82 entitled Food Poisoning and the Law."

ANDCOLP'STORAGE= tons per acre. which Informs! the housewife *f the pre.cautions
sue should take to prevent. load
poisoning In her own kitchen. Information

CHICKS Co 0. D. SEE BEFORE PAYING is also' given on how tI.7.; tainted
food and how to safely Copiesof
.u. brines tr ntam pit .., r.,lm. Mel
Pertain Soothe salad >r diMer. this booklet will be sent free oi\ request.
he. II... Ml
*.>. .**. cab Wk. KM...__.p.u Nee in IM David Griffiths bulb of the U.
N M Ores. wrae.----- N II II ,
J: :z. -.-_.._?._ 4.M is II II S. Department of Agriculture anticipate
It make little difference'whether havea large
ve crop or a a i t..nnJ s. I* MNOItMAM that the time will soon com when Amerlan -
short one Brogdex render a very valuable either .ATCnElin. KNOIVILL* t_ ,grown lily vvlb will not only supply
case. When there i* too much fruit in'a given m market Drog- the home market but will also offer oner

des and cold storage may be used to safely carry over surplus and better varieties of hybrid lilies than

stocks thus stabilizing price.. When there) i is a shortage Brogde _. _.__. "'- aN now obtainable in Imported stock. The
and cold storage may be used to hold for those advance native specie of lilies, be says, will be
looked In much the light
upon same aa
that generally take place under such condition ATLANTA'Sfavorite species' of tulips are now regarded.The

When our Beacon closed on April 15th It 'wa variously estimated new and better hybrid form will be so .
much superior a* to be ought after and
that from 1,200 to I.JOO car of Florida fruit were In .
will supplant in our garden the native
cold storage at various terminal markets. Very little of this that no predominate. Doctor Griffith Is
fruit except thai which has been Brogdexed is till in storage. -* HOTELSIN author of Circular 102-C. "Th Production

Decay and shrinkage have forced its rapid withdrawal of Lily Bulbs," just issued by the. Department -
i of Agriculture/ It is based on the re-
Cold storage men have stated thai it ia their belief based upon THI HEART Of THE CITY suit of long experience 1* bulb 'culture,at

several years experience in handling Brogdexed fruit in Bellingham, Wash. and at the depart

storage and for export that late varieties can be safely carried, ment's experimental farm at Arlington Va.
over for July and August market A number of big Brogdex The circular la primarily for commercial
of the and to +: Towers of bulb,' but Include ,mack material -
Kippers are same opinion expect carry a con I '
of It
aiderable quantity of their fruit now In storage for wine week !'Ii,: ; .14 free for interest the amateur gardener

f to come in anticipation of the) better price the late summer 't' ''I' 1 '

markets will afford. American hamlet and (mall village. may ,
destined for the but of
discard towns
Before contracting your fruit for the coming season you Mould AWAY.GIADY from 1,000 to 10,000 population an doing

investigate the advantage of Brogdex, Your packer will be more business: than ever, in the opinion ol

glad to talk the matte over with yon or Information win, bee 1000 Rooms .. Dr. C .J. Calpin, rural life specialist ., the
furnished from this office 'upon request. grin;Q1n'r tepartmeat "Although the general treed
fort baa been for farmer to shift their baying:

More Money for the Same Fruit is Justa eoa.. lass Ri.w. perk, be "....110...* at country crossroads, In hameta -
.. -, and in mail villages, to larger retail
te rice and
Question of Making it LOOk tv. "a m1,7 Newe bb ear Dirt' trading centers, the shift in farmer buyingto
-- OF """". slues (qm II _" town ranging from 1.000 to 10.000 in
Better and Keep Better -., ,... ....... population ia Increasing the trade area of
1e'"t'e'a -j
:: = no these" towns," says Dr. Galpln. U* balievee
= bat the decline of the hamlet and small
fide of/' village. I* the remit both of a decreasing
FLORIDA BROGDEX DISTRIBUTORS, Inc. Wf f She IMPERIAL farm population and of the higher .......

B. BKDttER! .......... DUNEDIN FLORIDA. 1%...... why ard of farm living III recent ,...... He says .
lie.screed.... that although the farm population Baa d.
Tame In en WFtA Ckarwater every ......., grassed by ,OOO,Wo persons since 1902 tie
might at ItM far ear Bregees rro.r... *V JSa>rM rM! tr tuinntht grosa cash tneem from agriculture of the
t _'44*.THE KANACXMINr 7,000,009 of farm population today to thesame110,000,000,000
that f
a year--a*
the Jl.toO.000 ,f fen., people tea year ago

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A be. U thatwere Mown it would be easy

',I". Bumper Egg Crop Watermelon Crop Expected To Be to grow watermelon at a profit.
Lwt year FlorWa melon were wen graded -
Brings Low Prices and this had a good effect on, price '
Both Late And Light-Careful

itffff) piece are the lowest line the PriceBY WB PAT *% OR MORE ON SAYINGS
Grading Will Likely Help
:r spring of 1927 because of the heavy production Otartartr DhrUwfe .tw ewrMr .la..Yqe.
throughout all of the important COLONEL L BROWNfew __ tsa.d..rte. .>i \l producing Itate Supplies have been so OMHMtV.riV% ...a..W h.eet
lets ...**sere ire km My en I
heavy that wholesale price at New. York: buck crop exceed watermelon In wand for melons. The market Instead of -

are a to lOc per dozen lower at New. York I speculative poMlbilltle and It I II almost an lagging off from heavy supplies actually Tal alK'tlarrt asesr.MNe, _AND LOAM CO.Ja.b.a.we .
than last season. Impossibility to foresee what may happen went up while shipment were Increasing.
;For the first four month this year the I' during a watermelon lesson of even from Price were much better thai usual despite
) consumption of egg In the larger markets day to day Reasonably accurate coaclu- a hamper crop not only Florida but la
>lon* may be drawn concerning inch crop Georgia a*, well.Th .
wa very good but even lo the supplieswere foUtoea or citrus fruit but not 10 with molt Important competitive! products JACKSONYllLKtBEACHES ARE
a* abundant that the stores* holding watermelon. inch a* cantaloupes and peaches were abort NOW AT THEIR .BEST ti
: Increased! rap fly. By May 1 the itor For that reason it to difficult tp form list year which pared the war for a larger
act holding were the largest ever known any advance opinion about Florida watermelon consumption of watermelon Peaches were
prospects this teason. All that U scare and high and cantaloupe were the
for this data. Sine then consumption hat
definite at this writing U that the crop li highest In several yean which had a sympathetic
l on poor. fully two weeks late and that the acre effect on watermelon value
g breaking plant which prepare frog.esfeggi I to somewhat lose than last year. Yield will Weather probably count nor than anything
for food product manufacturers be determined by weather condition during else for a hot ware sweeping the .
*wire especially active during the spring the next few week subject North especially before on
tJrhrcb"e vacation and Scattered all
summer are
to a number of acton
.000th. but bar largely coated their
now er 1* over, invariably result In a quick Jump in
activities.; On account of this Increased Florida aon Ha Jump Oa Competitor i prices advances under favorable condition .1.1J
deity there are more frozen egg In itor!. Florida enjoy tome rather definite advantages will $100 per car or even
age than uiuaL Added tor that has been a'' over other state.'.* a watermelon 1 more in a day y
heavy import of froten from China,' producer line It i* the first to start chipping Th rat at which the Georgia crop nature r.
also ha its effect the Florida deal
on ,
that and hence ha opportunity to distribute
this being due to the fears tariff rate especially the North Florida deal It the
its over a Urge area. Florida
I would be railed In the near future. Altogether crop
between frown egg and ordinary watermelon are, in fact probably the most Georgia crop I* just late enough so that.
of Florida la through shipping It Invariably
widely distributed of those of single
bell egg in there It an increase any
of IS to 20 .tor''t ft i storage holding a* state A checkup of the receipt at 66 help Florida growers
compared with any recent year. leading market last year showed that M Shipment Probably Lighter
The export movement to Argentine I I. of these market received Florida watermelon solar ai the likely season i* concernedIt
ordinarily an Important factor during; the during: the .....on. Town **> far seems quite i that both Florida and
spring; months bat this season condition inArgentine distant a* Denver Duluth and Portland, Georgia will chip lei melons than last Maeon. Hotel Burbridge i
," hare been unfavorable and thexport Main, all received care last season. The However, last season was especially
movement has been the smallest la medium tiled town throughout the Middle heavy and shipment outran all early (climate JACKSONVILLE
< five or six: yean. West and Northeast were good customers *. At tile same time there will be
Report from shipping point Indicate net the shipment to these point ranged much larger supplies of California cantaloupe
i that the May and Jan production of egg from SB to 100 cars each. with which to contend although the -FireproofSUMMER -
ft* to be heavier than but year New York was the heaviest receiving latest advice Indicate that the crop will be RATES
[ Egg dealers are looking for low price for point which of course i* common to practically well spread out with no period of abnor With running water .
|tile next few monthi but hope that the lowS all Florida product Last year It mal ihlpment and that the Arizona crop Hlxtle, ..... $100
price Induce a heavy consumption later ill used 1,863 carload!if Florida melon which will be rather late In itarting Other commodities :=:::::: :!
that with water.melons ?
might compete
lib* season.Potato. was only a little aiorthaa DoubleWith
the total Florida I shipment and therefore: such a* citrus'trultal strawberries, Private Bath.
not out of line with this market' Importance pineapple and not be any 8ln1 ...uu.._____.. ....U.
Crop Prices a* a distributing center. Chicago with hearier than normal and more likely will Double _____.___________|4.09Twin
S33 and Detroit with 681 can were the next be below normal. From this angle the deal Bed ___________uh.GO
most Boston look reasonably favorable. But the real Gang Acre** Street
important. Philadelphia, ,
IExceed/; Last Year's Pittsburgh Cleveland and New Orleans mystery I* what the weather i* going to

were next in importance, each taking ZOO

*I',,1t I* safe to :that: prices for the BOW to Florida 400 can.watermelon shipments have beeninenincreas BQLENS Jral$& f f

,1 crop potato box exceeded all expectations steadily I yean bar-
.. this sftton. Whether price have bee from .277rcars: in 1926 to
high enough to offset the rather disappoint '10,479 ear in 1029. It 1* rather doubtful M01OII.------
tag yields is open to question but in al In view of the smaller acreage and the setbacks u a e.w JSSrTij=... 6.0 ":pea.Sea ever W S
a see m* r. k Ml Are WA"
,Probability a bumper yield would have the crop has had if this leauon' total ....w a.w w.w ar"
meant much lower prices on Number Ones. will bo within 1,000 can of last year I.w .uwrr. -= =-.Q Sea = ,
,,'fc,d The big: acreage planted In Florida this If2f Season Favorable ( Wwwpaq..aa..paa..rv..a
v'season :I.thra cause of much apprehension last season wa a peculiarly fortunate =
,It and Northern market* feared weather other condition soe.I.eNae -:"
one a* regard and
= .:. =:.::::.._ =
(s. that there be an A* It -
i might cveriupply. *. opened very e with
"!has actually worked out there has beer en'fem"r.. a* compared with l first --e1 W ter ooIoofCLEASONBAILEY Mae-Ye.Y.e..NpY.ew.aN teee.e..e./r a o.
i. something of a shortage of new potatoes shipment around May 15 this year About
and price bare been even better than thesatisfactory the time shipments wen at their height the .CO..
price of last year and far bettor weather turned very hot in the North with r. o. .Prid.. e seamrroMM.: It .cam
than two years age During May most the result that there was an abnormal de- isAMNt10. rloa 5 rases
"'' Number One Spauldmg: ROIl in
', at barrels have been at IT to '8.SO compared as
with W to (7.60 last year and. M.60 to ,, .
.Io' t.: ;'. .."J.a\IIIm.! iJU '
.1' ( < $ : 1
So last 01101infler: ,
year : .r Jt
"":?g caniffr/iwrai/ 3i<3 *tE* rte *snr
The wisdom of planting over a long 'per- PAM
,. teal eo a* to avoid having all the crop ready
< for market at one time ha been amply
demonstrated again this season. The longer
season eliminate both glut and shortages
and keep a steady flow of shipments

, moving of ihlpment to market.due Two to yean planting ago a most bunchIng of- :=1 MULTI-FAN DUPLEX LVVI L_ LTV :::

the Unsatisfactory crop' at the price same time resoled In highly All Steel Construction

i More Member Two This Tear
Small sizes hew been more of a problem J'" J Opevit** at Lower Cost
than they generally are and the difference Cites Longer Service 'I M1I I
In price bet.......One* and Two ha* been
greater than usual a* might be expected .
:The Number Twos tan be sold all right but I-I I .. ,

at a discount Considerable interest has
been manifested In the North in the report J-1f'
'that Number Three have been used extensively I.1 I-{
for canning. If the canned product
can be marketed properly it will solve the FEW .
problem of what to do with{ the extra null J f
stock for it 1* seldom possible to chip It _

profitably. \ 1-1

Q 1

/ Greater Capacity
Q la the sere Floor space

EMBASSY at .haaeler few wed Is >n etalwliMu
l e04 '- I -'oa.. the
.\d1YAYATTIOT"St Z"r1.(t' Section. one *r air nevly .* kmUM
a-** 0 a..g auawe Pwtfi
NW YORK This to a picture of enr'aeiT Skinner AH Steel Multi-Fan 1IoW. AN stud a.eaeeue sags
[!i!] Drier.. Wo make these drier of various length to give the .... bane nos testy ...... w .
MOO lARGEUGHT(RMS capacity desired for any'given Job. Our Engineering Departs .-.. -kii. tae MIMMI $Meow

Alt WITH l1ATMUAW went to wen oalified by long experience t help la do- MM ore M sw one IKM SUM.kf .
I .. ( xou ki *W MSH nmt seas h FOR M troll.S7JSOA signing: and building equipment that will give maximum *fflciency tours" to am .Mao .w2
at th* lowest operating cost. A Skinner wan will be should van a seen wane Mw _
!WAND. UP FORIIIO. Q glad to make yen a proposal without obligation tr.o drier II:..oe.a.e+eee, ... .....
Bpeclallat. for PorauBewt

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VEGETABLE COOPERATIVE! Net for good itock. A good than of the EXCHANGE CONTROLS BIG' Florida Proves To t

time was bean were Mara aad old nesthgher SHARE OF CITRUS CROP

GROUP WILL MEET SOON, than they price*. A Escarole i iI
I Tomatoea were low wail Impart wereat -Pare Be Big 'l"
I their height bat jau a* uses a*Cab and (Continued from prices make
(Caaimaed. .frasa Fag 1) Mexico began to atop shipping tile aw r. when th. crop to light end hip New York

laado May 29tk ha* beta postponed star. bet begaa to ar.N slurlaggMMar.:The NoW peculatl buytoc profitable. I Factor In .
west at rpeataUv. from &Joe at t* to ft per reiK racMMtd Tennig report \
Baud not being able to attend. However, this prfnv iOntnU what inpertod la wplalntn this situation

this commltto will asset to thea' stork sea do to the ..kC se this to a Escarole prices war the teat this pert
and tonnage wa been la several seaem -
in kayo
futire. There were ample supplies This Increase OMM that they
Than Is a* dooytac the _lty to aad line May 1 prices do-. tore mtoat to the assistance l at Jta* Fed *. While shipment were mwhat '
unity of effortamong the vegetable an trained about fl per crate and la seats fc I aral Farm Board, acting under authorise.Won lighter thy scarcely accent tot the bi| i

mall fruit growers of Uw state, who pro' Kansas .-.. At the .pnila. of the watt I of the Agricultural Marketing Actrb tile Improvement la price this seasssw I
due approximately ...DOe ear of perishable thane vegetables ware **tang at 14 to *i Federal Farm Board negate 1 large pert ef the Florid eecareU crop .

produce valued! at from S8,006,1W t* per ento for faaer grade bat they' wen ppHcattoaj ef th Freda agree Exchanf. moves directly to New Turk which Oft M. mostly t> to $4 by tb* .end of the third west tota) count of IU large foreign population h an \

ooeCe.per.i** ....... of the month.Temaa. how-1 eneHmt market for thin gross This eeM -

Tk fifty- wu cooperative, .... tier *W Caaipettitoe) lataertoatOM Ftorlda ihippsd 47$ tars to Mew YorkMmpand I
SS cent .... to. teaditina* theiaailaa mad possible th* f age and 139 tar
nadir 9rgantod, presenting per hiportaat a long period, with M4 aysr i iI.
., the total tonnage, should unite, 10 u te to worthy ef ass" tkaa pe* of merger *f mrga kidcpeadeat grawerahfpper Citrus .yean u*. The heaviest receipt M aswelwere
avoid competition among themselves regu _Jee. That, to tb grewiaf kaipwtaaMef Interests with the Florida in January and the season ended about

late their shipments; '..,; their grade; Texas a* a ee.apetitr. Texas la fail be Exckaag: Of these peadiag nacres, three the teat lot March. I.
thin leaaaa Chess
standard tb emttty ef their product, aa early a* Florida and that Iaternatioaal Fruit Corporation, The higher price this year were bJ/Mtl'
mark, ete-i secure flnance mad aNd pncrw* with these erea aad the, IMLaad Packing ef X,49:4NWIN:
brand, trade sad Campany to the
Mere T:* aa ear pert .eTaIJa .
la Flu ds. / ,. '
according to the need ed the industry are pactoltto hipped Ceepaay--hove boost ee.piebd."There and to Ue gwoAe
beaaa have been see.aatfor --'
ndver- berm and string bowever do set It. Thdaierage
intermit subetitatadfar
ef ; ear
reeeeMibt rate mergers might
at which
la ell -
than previen ,
tim Flotilla vegetables H aaiwdautry; provide late Mew York thin spring oavhh d. For the fail gaze b eoatrol ef the Exchange.Th quality also rail slightly better audi A

sale service for tbeee wb need it) end *prto leawna cucumbers anitriag :1 vohsme the* repreemted mounds 1.1 to wan. n* doubt en* of the factors In the,

perform aU ether nervk that CM be bettor first time Texaa. ircewa keea Important tllAl'bt.faeMn. ..1 per cent of the 841 per teat Thus higher Market. It to ate probable this
performed collectively than t.dlvldll'laUYI hew have are Juet starting per cent ba been hi gneral. small grawereentract mar people are boglitato to UM eaearotoae

and to piece themselves tot position' would. Texas not tomatoes be surprising If the .heavyshipments gain, :t."et-- well for the a salad. ere** but the bulk of it to rtiU':
caoparatton end II' and rt in Florid* where there to a largeLatin
to receive all peeeihU from Taxes issue a slump general the. old la acction
istsnc from >Ute aM federal mutating Watch Texaft. It to going to be Exchange with the growers throughoutCitrus popalatbMk It to M*could be ntrad f '

agencies. Is sheet, to bring orderly marketing values facto U the spring vegeta.There state." ed to other Classes of people 1t":1dcto MLhaa ,
important ****
aa th part 4Ue
fur broccoli <
eat ef chMtie merthAndleijie; profit Exchange: shipments heel done with ,

out ef leer mpto *acca* out .( per- h probably a close relation between ar* tabulated. a* oBeww UJt.JI Ie even triple the quutltlea of thJ4'
and thquantities 11>21-29: could" be told la New TrkvFrkea
lial fai)ure. the quality ef trees com vegetable that
that can be sold. For the moot Car Orange ...._.tfn SAN.? Ui..... la Teen ,

SHORTAGE OF TRUCK tha quality ef from both Can Grapefruit ___-.IJIW so 611 Prices were ceunUoUy: high, throughout
part useptib '
BOOSTS PRICI Tixa* and Florida to to vast improvement. ,Car Tangerine ----- -- I JM eeeeeai although the ear kilt wa reta
CROPS Most any coantner can detect 10 lively lower deriacthe opening months dthe
: that are cob and I Total ___.._ _____..JIT U um'Decre wtewa than they" were \aift.n. ttnrteg
(Continued from PaP 1) they tsua.tar..ars an cured of baying muck core if It ____ : ___.-.I71 or two 14.4% February and March coaeieWahle tck

In during My and placed to ,\Orllfe. wormy. Retailer get areand tb The Exchange, lees by wivti tea- WM sold at $3 to 13.50 per Urge fcaaipic.
Celery price her Imaged mostly $3 t. worm problem n.trof rutting: plies ass to detail** rn ,lie table below for table sass While there were a few liana during the
$460 for the deakeWe sizes of Florldl off the husks en the the rather. parima with tk* sinter preceding Maser whoa values dropped M few a* II,
It .dowa from the tat1 shipment the sale this seal
took. than by tripping on hamper the balk ef ,
Florida grower were much more for': 1 Uumally"th* worm ors worst at the top Oranges ..___ 711 C *- TJ* per as were p to (3 per 1Iam,.,. Let kceea ..

Oats with cabbage than the Carolina i ef the ..t'. nil practice may enable tile Grapefruit ____ 1, 9T Car-W0 leeet oaks fett within a nag ef $1 to

the market held up want classes the elcef .. retailer to aloud hat wm .-bnt *ary one Tangerme ____..: 84 Cars40.8feTotal .It and twe yean ago they were meetrjr
to .
the florid eaaea. After that 1MrI..ed : a Masen to the sewn caiitwner. ft probably .?Oboo_._ M7 1150 to 92.60. '
ehlpmcaU of new cabbage pigs as amen':: tarpe*.lb* to catch all be wormy From tbM table 8 to wrUrnt that,while As rule tM eartteet eMpmoBtt do not
: broke the tni bat certainly some taapr W.ft per cent af the a .. .*
lotion nf imported and immature oars the Exchange: shipped sell a. well ae the later ease, possibly
ket badly :dowser the season II ,,_ate ca b* mad M green setswere It:8ap a* of May 10th, U Increasedits ef quality or became III eia:
a whole 1 It li likely that Florida a* wet graded a* Florida potato would, control to IU pet teal .< th state'sOW cause peer from ether aoarce If the""

calved the best cabbage price la year. pepper aad. trm. bases the demaad during the pelt eianan. piling greens ia good. February to usually a high
Cucumber were Kane and brought hl&,1a; Show a remarkable tocrcae becaaa thereto .. Meet ........1.1.. rrUmTK toulalaaa has not aterted to ship
the market began to *a.. lack of csrft on the eb" .... aa
although continuant
price a* repast time and vegetable anpplle/
off about May aad kept deelinmg grad oo ra sits it to a :ack of good corn. Tb* Affiraltle presented la tb* sear much In general at are *t their lowest ebb of the
Had H not bona far Damper season' provided a toot
lly.l := etlng of this' .
in Tease the scarcity w* M bar kept CLEARING HOUSE HEAD vf the meichamtMinr ability ef the Exchange mtlre aeaeen.Ftorida Eeearele etele4a sad Phase ....

at very high tovtia. PROGRESS wpatlTIIO Eacbang* has Hew York
The supplies of string lean. were TALKS met and bandied those me chaadleiat wreklesM 1327-23 Seaaoa

what more plentifal tai with aiert *t:: to a manner which.prom to abifcty Can Price* -

Florida product hot them wee* aa (Ceatlaaed from Pag* 1) to ret matt. for Hs __. -
baYOU market ?
Price ranged tress ,1.5 to $4 per itrbsties and tawBiattan of our for I spits of aha fact that tk* South sad December _- 112 1.60-1.7a

If **sbedy find* a better scheme favor of Wt were closed to ai bat itorittoed fruit Issuer __.-,_ ITS 1.2&-Z7B .
these things I aWe to plat approxiMately ??
dM Gr..J the Exchange waa In
K. The Florid Cltrn ClearingHouse II the same perteatog W this aea- rebmwrr 111 2A-2L ',
useful '
CAN RIDE Association has don many territory a* delivered Merck -
m UI-t.M
on'* Crop 4
tbab it ha, April ._
tk past Thin move wa
TO PROFIT thing* daring succeeded Car 11 all et the her* tb* preceding sewer mar- may u______ I ----
by no mean* ihalliretir impets to Samaler tile even with -
It can and should do. from ... >
THAN thing that *.. **
1. __. 1st
at the annual meeting he to the Total ---1>
aa president :director and cca* supplies with a tmvMqaeat IPJ$-19 SeaaoNovember I
YOU CAN WALK bat will continue to serve ai a devoc such .....*". Care Prit.eDeeeehee
will b* cud to continue .to theergaaieatiss ........ Crewel Fvof 't
et -
time as I* necessary to tb affair offset ba proved .__.__ im --- L
merckaadtolag 310
"Tbto 1.
with tk* boe that wile centims through theFlorida ___ 99
to reader good Mrvlc to th crewer profitable to grower skipping Thin sense'ssverag" I January ..?._-. 161 l.OD-US ,

;*of the.... Otna tarfcanga.> eats free the. beRtn- February .-.... 165Tetab IAi.Ae
bawd aa a 1.11.15
I afaHwreiy appnetoto the eardtot esppartand I and Including March .__ t5
help I have teteNed from *o wary 'tiny of tile mmm to May 1Mb A.... ____ 1J>>.L1I
leading marketing all grade and varieties wcra ......
growers and from our 13). Nor ____ --
My only regret to that 1 '
Tganltationa I" 1.00
to do more thaa .I have nQrapafrairHI-Z 504l .
able __ .
hen. Tangerine* __-.___._ IJtS ""': 3rM SeaaonCar .i.t
d_ MTbana
Caataur do.ethe Cannery Crapefraitu, Prlcea
Howrha GRAPEFRUIT figarva ar pet to SobFxcbangesafter I ,..
IN a 0Dowbee /
md room U. S. LEADS iemekberirTEim:
k of mesa eeal Mlea aad advertising -
CENTla fivlghk sod f* 1.00.515January
PRODUCTION BY M PER llousa -.._,? Ut
ni nMt sesse7:= retained including the Clearing ?...___... 1M 1.75275February

..-'6.egss.n., r production the United seats,bar been deducted. Deal I. _____.__ low 1.T53JIOMarrk
.5..hi. ..:? L.r? States! grapefruit had the world by such a wide margin I "Probably Cleeee.. of the most tosprtat facet M fMay. 420.2.50April I-.LTI
lll .r.Fiti < abneat consider the grape- In the Industry. during -- "
fc Ctt that wa may af baprvmnt
j Statistics quoted of ---
America fratt. the season bas been the eamptotlon
rait a. put
: ::: :: :I"- '": by the Bureau of: Agricaltaral Eeeaamlc*, a grapefruit cannery contract which stablIses Total\ TTin 47ttk u '==
... af Agriculture. fruit and, -
-"' -.- de..a.rwv..d. United State* Department the sale lcf'v= ... ....
(Including I at the .a are to* 1 14 '
I-t- --J=. -= that'the United State In.turn, provide
:: haw of Car appHea to ear actually s.......dL
....-, sea...,mom ftfee) produces above M per seat product over the brand name *I tb psrclpitlng ;..
all a w = TV FMto Ryan croprepresents canners pRELATION
ew world eapply.
.. -... air world ltEST1tT HAS DKFINITB:
III tM details of this
-- ..... 4 per moo "The essential TO FARMING
Cameos TRACIOI' COIPOIATIOMBernt apply, with tb United State. prianpally have been described to the growers ef the latdHceat nos gamest ef the boss tear

II ..>. Greensick taw FtorUa grawfaw mt ef tIM red at the' state. It permit the contlanal adv.e'teingat eat to new ef retegntoed totpertanee. la the.
Eschangethroughout :
reed we relates 5e c.- r- -.. ne We fit .... I C when territory, the brand names of the tam schedule In many region. says the
.n- .. tad) makes
.. single wmipMiU the summer *
iw"._......... ..........--.-- but to the tt predatte mart Impertaat only sheet S pt cert*f the Possible valuable year 'ro'" advwrtlaingMeat of rarest Agrtraluter.Service United The farm State requires* Department timber
., o.-- however, b the fact
a.- ............-..-... world crap Jamaica grows sees grapefruit important, ar *s- for buldua-aad repair lag *a welt a* wood
and Sowtb Arm h grtMag fate the seer .l rthitiag* gnmfmit crease for feet Tree* are needed on farn for
af a anfitabl* margsa am their cannery the protection ef the sell against ereaion,

grade frail. regardless ef the fluctnattom Joe the shelter ef ,Dveeteck and crop
af pines from. season to poison en ef soma ee and nM,winds
the freak frnit" :fa-:: beaatifvhuF.'Hw faa *.

Tb balance of the report severs other' teed. l.., game anlm. ." M
peauws of Exchange activities. aad antainseons. kind* of bird thai aU tb* farmaa1'oi"feu. "
vary enlightening and vaktake infor- troDine toed* tests, flad fend and *kite.'

5 nation on the induitry. In the woode.Coed . require knewUid

ra af the u* totunerciat TtJwt of
o 96a NOW aa a mail seals nsrida wow pre- different; .fads ef tore methods. 4 tailing

dww about .hr_ ed .tbe. United for improvement of the *stead and ttetbod.,
States adept Canforaia ahaat .*4w Uth, of protecting the wood from fire *xrd.njr .

ToM w per cant. MIl AAMMmjg I _*OI cent to the rarest navies
The tMBtattoaa are that pndactton will In- A nrtoioa ef Valued Stales
crease greatly ia that near tatara because of: Aarirntture B.l",rthi N*. ... Forestry

only about 41 per cent ef tb tree planted Mount ea Heaw ".. obtained. *>w been

have, com to bearing ag*. A ceaaiderablibsovaa no*... Copies may be rr.e from

to expected free Tare, when ,the ttepartm ef Amrlcolture WaWng"
then ar maay mara yeeauj: tnw thai ton, D. c., a* hung na tk* apply tot

WiseFertilizer than ar* tea* at beach ate
eeamntonee -
New way ef delay tkb g sew

Buyers PMitryb eper car* ol *) for tb fanaer sew reelpes *r kHch.ea .'

I sheets, the rUbMed tar tb* right ass, kelp tat the how wife-for all tkete
KnowQUAUTYV roan Florida Faro and Crew Thing;
thin bird b* abtauvd ear
InfwmaUsm f may
an and CrovtIafrnatto Worth Knowing ........ or address our
free fret amr FkwUa
now Ridge
Bfematiea Bortaa, lIIaabere
Bums Betel Bldg, .
Tampa, Fbv .Tamps. Fla.:

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1 New U"ckreel fnuullfy care w. k* free. **** thirty' ccnta a pint
Frozen Orange Juice is thought which!
and fifty cent a quart
Disease Manual Published
compare favorably with the of -***.*.

knowing II New Market prIce: of orange, bbl
Provides L
I Li**** ** a ltd! Paoltry Oiataiei by W. to the work wlthnorang*
--- addition
A. *Jlb
ti. a V. X. ha funk been indeed
!l\ I a* another hi the Kwal Scwne S.rlihe -. ky For Citrus In North juice. the. By-Producti and Sale Corpora- +i

.. UacaaiOM Co. ties which U affiliated with the Terminal
rowIM MOWING wnnmiNT. A *.. The < extension
veterUariaa otnctW
author forth baa developed .a method of the
fine of *-. auwln oqulpamt,
r *f a oompM* po UlaoeaaU /
Collar AgrictOtur and
Ml BN.W aad lwr-Ur Saotote WwoJktaa essential ells from the peelings wMpb" areleft
bah tIs MtM and rldln for ..p ,a.. Experiences Station. B. <* well known la Ton earbad *f buses orange juica, put after the juicing that will open

= man IVM, large oddrwa lUtao mir,Florida Md Korm*. and To his fiU sod his hook shows muck car ap la galle. can, bas been hipped from up another market hitherto process monopoliawl by

lbws- Jntorm-to. ...n... HUtokor.. Howl Bid,., praparatiM, a* well a* deep knowledge Tampa t. a bunt distributing firm la Cftv-) Italy.

i Mta."a' Y 4'aoalMaR cmv ADV1CB. Tkla lia slay .m.Uw of hi* iDbject Cairo by the Tamp* Union Terminal Co. A program U now on foot to produce an
>> kooaM, full of nmam fartlliiltia sup In the preface, Billing aayai Th The Jiilc will b* distributed from hmnt oil resembling cottonseed oft from eltrus
SIliMk many o( ...lok wll) kt' advice I* not meant to take the place of to house in the same manner that milk ia seeds, sod likewise the left ewer peel can

to .... .row.this 'I. 10 wrtttoo...... I.wltk....U... ",.. author YBate. competent veterinary service, but rather to delivered, and! fruit air expressed tbeavehre k* ground np and coed as fort tier. a*
........ well known low rhea eat. emptaaia* its Importance mad at the aaao M herM** tnt a. important MW fork feed or to prod_ pectin.
.. u .iota/.wd I from our Florida Farm .ea Gross Urn to place la the hand of the reader market ha* teen opened. Citrus area have said that by these and
r IIMer..tas I ao, IIuU.b.e Bead Bids. Taps up-to-date information e* hi* varte.e rise be
i R. Brief w, who charge erf the similar Method the entire orange: an
'f f AlihBIDS OaS. A, k okM wane .n .("M* Ibis eaR problems In a-tango*!:* h* can under- chemical research for J.u.o |a deKnbaag made la bring a profit to that grower, mln
a lthd .r ._ 0.. _fort of she did U 55.55 I atalld.I ." Uw method by which the )aim toincured laiaiWC the risk of poor crop or low price.

' _be _Tor I.lie tin_tars.LI7.__Contains_".. _sat._Needed Ie..amp.... I Tb. book dianuM Sanitation, first aU said "Th* oranrea ago brought
Mel pro,* to be l..kl.e aid general car .f livestock and poultry, N1r'paeidi..h.d; and then p.*. the**** -- -
in..npl., .ddre.w u.fEv.:1:: .. good thoroaghry' hat ft.
yes I. gea yrofmriy
" an 6r,..., skin. a circular: knife Better, and a reamer I
Gran Fin.i illustrated, and k well worth reading mad works aat n Mlfall The MM Me awe LOWEST RATESTo
nxD *ROB MINES cawwaf esls. raffled Into Individual eon-
= threvgh a pip
This awaM U dnwa.d to ikm tk* )'
i /M Sea toad his .took Oft base a...... tamers and ti freaea ,t twenty degree
|taws. end 10 full of ......_ ... trading for below a***. F.3ew .g Wa K I* pet fate EVERYWHERErAJtES

= obtainedd': Florida .f'sffT..S adD.. u W..u.w"11beMs..r1! Mtt..I storage and kept at a Mr temperature er "
r .. shipped ha refrigerator can U a central
.1.-"'" I- Worn CAWNINOWes, aid when FROM JACKSONVILLE
wb.t the base u611y: aterag plant."
.Ib.r ad .aata :
_79ISS1I_ ...llaN BOOKLim,...../.A.. Ctor..... .Grape. .... sod_Oei -. evening.. '::1-Glees'..prer..a..y.a<<,':=,sea falll.6we Pfur4.Fa. That roc*** development U la lio wttkmaanfc TOt
ties skating. .a and be. .-. Map he gob.eal..d SM Tblr. Tamp rkk that has keen wmdurted for years, BATAVNAII. .$ t-M
awe eras her Florida ram tad Grow I. LIQUID' SPREADER a kooklcl -erfbl.a ,a MWV with a view to the canning and preserving CHAituarroN, 8, c. TOO
i, 7 JuDA B8T.. Hflalwn OA8T.Hotel A booklot bldg.>l S : developed evade oprMtdor, whl 1eII lo wiporlov toe of cltru: While some success ha bee RICHMOND, VA. ............ IWiWASHINC.ION
: lu* with Snob ipran M Arwulo ml Loud For a
I :; SLwUI end Agricultural MorMtloa AwrlptK'O ....kl.. address vr FlorUo Farm and: attained, especially In California it has D. MOO
IS.... Mnt as 4ba out --. lnthul a OtoM Jnfonutloa. a......., HUUbw Hotel been prlnelpaUy: with grapefruit k*vta, and NEW YORK.-N. ------- :..00riHI.ADEI.I'lTlA.
l p.NI4.'ffl the entire yarns' .lale.and Or Mar... be.'.obtained... .. fret 3WR" e"ATttRnUIMl VIA, ft, a..VYta tm aw..1 thin k b .....**... fa the first distinct ad- .Yp ;. .50

", W.'11.1n.. new 911.1 ., YIa.TiCI .aa erh.l.l Yw.:the .a..m W n-m4 tame that baa bees mad with orange jute PITTSBURGH M.U 3

d PEVER Arri.ltee0. A tr:..the don U ipUwt DrasMsr.nt a( the :::a:.p-:::: -' =-- lam-of ibi flown..1 ft WM .aU wb>d TuIee-r. CHATTANOOGA.LEXINGTON KY TENN._' .._ 11.50 11.30CINCINNATI.

Oak s.d the 6. sa..ed by 110 sad -U.4 of ....let writ *w Florida! ).i. sad <*o** I..,....""" four to live gallons of pure each f. 1SJJ9
t awl liat55eve Beni Tws rkb I Mencea.. krinrtac die coat tt the OHIO _-_
-:. Juice to twenty rests a gallon, to which CHICAGO ILLINOIS .._.-. SS.Z8

GROWERS REPORTING must k* added tb coat .f extnrUoai, Ur> The Florida Motor Line and Greyhound .

'' ( Galvanized Barbed Wire PEPPER LEAF SPOT are .and marketing. :Refrigerating coat Line offer the __lei'* most
will k* kick. beaa. ** at UM -'t' W complete network *f motor bus .erv

keeping the tale from from extraction to .Ire to practically every My !I. the
Growers of pepper ar* reportinK appearance eonaumw The price .f the product In Chiaaarrla United Slates at surprisingly few

( *f tile ..... knew a* fare*. .
t* the Florida Experiment Station, at the I
aM tilDe iaovarlaa f it taaaaa W CMB aid wkft" center*. The leaf aor- I FLORIDA MOTOR

W. Ship In Quantities Of trolling it in tint to prevent serious VMM**. rounding tilt spots may be yollowlah. Th
SPOOL TO A CARLOAD Spraying the plant with 4-4-M Boo spots grew rapidly' Th .leaves wilt sad LINES
deaux mixture: seems to bo the moot effective fall. The cause to a fungus and I Its epo roe
n, Get Out Low Price Before Buying aiaaa of centreII ag lisle ......, me- ere easily tcatterad kr mesas ./ wM ad

-1TANKS GARAGES eerdlng to the replies !cent to the grower rain, thus making early and ejfwUt* prvcntlv *-
;,{METAL- SILOS In order to be absolutely sure to control It, measures impnathr*. GREYHOU
"COOPER'S CATTLE DIP praying' ahould commence vn before the Sine leaf-ipot make its appearance eo .

'r Disinfectant Insecticides young plant are removed from the aeedkeda suddenly and unexpectedly, Dr. Weber -

Write to and *nthw d recmlarly after they an urges gi...ei. tie spray the plant vn OKNKIAL OFFICE

|!r COOPER CAmE DIP AGENCY planted to the AeId8.T though: they show no Indication of the ORLANDO rLOBIBA
I diaeae*. mnfmg la tor. & F. Weber bwabkv Thia to smother .ataa.i wker
1', .. o'N..a Qoa, 0. Dart"Talvis
101 Franklin St. (Box 1111) Tampa '
aaaoclat plant pathologist lint appears the proverbial 'atitch la time ari Bin*
602 If:. St. Jacktonvlll* i ra.esr Maness
r. Bay "
4 r *i small brown ipota having dark, bold trIM, ho oaya. '


Roach 350,000 rural Floridians at fte per w*


i r
**J Leff-rho,10.55 wi PAT t nmcnrr!: OR iiona ON SAYINGS CITRUS tlUCK*. Oroa_ H. 'Pan.orinee.
.- .. GOVERNMENT .iMpwtoJ Porto Rl...a potaM 'U>t> W IMmrOBrat Wrl*> far ..* ass >llotou, MWW ..,leU.* &.h.... Vul
vl>.IMM, lotllla r_ Wororooi Go. $140 par thousand F.O.B., a__ Ga Sell'& I.r.bJ.'i'. wash BulHH* .m4 ton Oft.'. kiln 'X!.- ,.:. Broo B.. O, OIMM rio.COLLECTIONS .
recurs ......1..... R. A a.- .k.U". ila
A VQCADOII: lltaa_ .d that _.... tull
& bunMat FIELD PEAS AND BEAN. RrobkuM. Irw cr, FOB SALS-aid ahrok 6o r .oW<.l> _. Ask tar uli lht/a "'I'"' ......._ arse
aturo. a".ree..w Hotrh.ry. ';. hVr1*> I V {pp. MlMd sd Mkv I'uli' rw*| 4-mob-to X kM tow K ins. Mil 10 write Ba. O. On.... Fla. ?
t. rW I Mid VMOI. Writ far totaot _rUt ..-. frm ,
'M C... SnlIla PIa ANMr. .wr .. rt9Per.
< CATTLE HMO (=: rordoubn l w? .. .

I ,ml rwolM. Otui, Chi. w. COLLECT any areovot, ....... sore .. aawle.bush
roil the Wit -.- ..t HoliKlo 4>lrr "I'* PERSONALT. _..... of .I..f.._ .. assess ofnDtrl'
i: CASH too fob tootfc. MUl I .*)< dlordrd fw.Inst. -
.. ..
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In their endeavor to organize into state regional and national commodity I

cooperatives under the guidance of the 'Federal Farm Board"the farmers of the ,

nation ate merely trying to put themselves on a parity with other industries. ;J I..r.'"" .,.:l
Being a business-like attempt to put business principles back of the 'coun ry)

basic industry, the effort has a distinct appeal to business men, irrespective of \

the fact that business prospers only insofar, as the farmer prospers. \ ,
Speaking to the business men of the country ,through the United States

Chamber of Commerce recently, Alexander H. Legge chairman.of the Farm
Board said:

"The Industrial Conference Board reached the conclusion back

in 1926 that the situation confronting agriculture could not be met .
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by a political l palliative. "If agriculture is confronted with fundament !

ally adverse condition, making for a general and persistent i inequity ;

I -t and maladjustment said, 'they not only constitute a serious men ,- .

ace to the progress and prosperity of American industry, commerce ,
and trade, but are equally of great significance for our national welfare

for they deeply affect the future economic development, the
social: advancement, the political unity and the national security of
the United States.
"In the present depression.. there is evidence that one of,"the prime'

causes, of unemployment and lack of business' activity is the lack- 'of t 1 ijo.
farm purchasing power. 1
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"Business men some time back came to realize that it was money

in their pockets to pay wage earners more than barely enough to live
on. High wages make the worker a better buyer. If the,farmer's I

income is improved, it likewise will be of advantage, to everyone who
has something to sell, because his buying power will be increased by :

just that amount.
"The Agricultural Marketing Act: supplies the means necessaryto
help the farmer help himself out of his present major economic '

difficulties. His success will depend largely on his own willingnessto ;
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do his part. The Farm Board I'is going to give every assistance, r j
permitted fey the law. Its purpose is to help agriculture, not to hurt
some one else:'

Mr. Legge'a statement is one of real significance to the business men of

Florida. It is a challenge to them to do their part'in helping the farmer to help
himself.. In so doing they not only serve a worthy cause, but ihey'help to bring t

prosperity to their own doors.. Cooperative marketing organizations have made t
it prosperous farmers and business men in this and other countries. Urge your

farmer customers to become identified with one of the established Florida cooperatives i

and to work with the recognized governmental agencies which are 'I '
trying to help him farm for profit. Support the Agricultural Marketing Act .r-

,;,the< ;tion-. pledge to its basic .industry the'Magna Charta of IAgricult r .I

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