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. - . . . i - J ..It m 'I i 1 I I I f I ft Volume XXXIV. Sumner puxtajuokdj hkkai.d, n n ...min, nflrnn I FARM and GROVE I I Agricultural Newt "Service E ' 1 Extension Division V. of F. f TO AVOID HOG ( HOLER Give Animals Double Inoculation ! fore It Is ( Late The recent low pi ires of pork have caused a general laxity In the inocu lation of hogs for hog cholera, which is likely to result in an epidemic of cholera In the state this summer, ac cording to Dr. A. L. Shealy, veteri narian of the College of Agriculture. The symptoms associated with hon cholera are a loss of appetite, a cough, discharge from the eyes, Jerky movements of the body, and a stag gering gait. The animal Is constipat- X X X nr. mmmwmm A m iii i V x y f y y y X y y y y y x X cigarettes 10 They are GOOD! NOW THE GREATEST AUTOMOBILE YAl.l f. IN AMEKICA Today i Overland: U mtlat to the fellon; l-tt bony, i'o'rfa tnmtnvt fini$h: 130-inch spring bmsm HERE'S a car that makes a friend of you, from t;ie first moment you see it. Eager, willing, on the job, sparing you tire and gas money, considerate of your com font. f. o. h. Tolrtlo TOUH1NG . . .SM ROADSTER . . 550 COUTE S90 SRDAN 95 Let mo tell jou how you Willys - KniKht without J. E. Skipper, Agent ITNTA A Larger Helping, Please 7 t'D LIKE TO 'vVHY HE'S WORSE ' & ed at first, but later lias diarrhea, and in the last stages of the disease red spots are noticed on the skin of a light colored hog. When food is takrn at all, it is usually vomited up immediately afterwards. There is always a high temperature and young pigs have convulsion. Upon examination aft r death spots are found on the skin, and surface of the lungs and heart covered with little red spots, spleen, or melt, may be enlarged covered with blood spots; and red' the are The and the kidneys, after being removed from their fibrous capsule have blood spois on their surface, giving them the ap pearance of a turkey egg. The lymph glands are reddened, and the inner lining of the stomach and bladder may .show ulcers and tiny pin-pointed blood spots. In the treatment of hoj, cholera, the well animals should be separated from the sick ones, and Immediately Inoculated with serum and virus. The sick hogs, which hae the dis ease in the early stae may be vac cinated, and many so treated will live. Keep all sick hogs within an enclosure, as the sick hot is the greatest agent of all in spreading the infection. Bum, or bury deeply, all dead animals, and use disinfectants very liberally around the premises. Don't Spray in Hot Weather Spray-burned fruit makes a bad appearance on the market and, for this reason Dr. O. F. Burger, of (he Florida Experiment station, says particular care should be taken in spraying fruit in the hot part of the day during warm seasons, as it is at this time that most spray-burn oc curs. Much of the shipped fruit of last year, that was condemned or brought exceedingly low prices, was burned in the grove. Burns are of ten so severe they show up on the fruit even before it is harvested and J v 4 i y I Y may own an Overland linanrial inconvenience GOKDA. FLA. therefore, it never reaches the pack ing house. The tissue of spray-burned fruit is weakt nd and is more liable to the attacks of bacterial and fungous diseases, especially those of decay. .Much of the loss from decay could be avoided, if greater precau tionary methods were taken in spray int; the fruit on the trees while the weathi r is unusually warm. DEPRECIATION lint Vpplled Outing Slack Season ill ( ause it to stop (lei the most out of your farm buildings and machinery by keeping them well painted. Don't allow yoni depreciation to be twice what it should be on account of the rust and decay due to exposure and moist weathi r. Paint prevents this destruction to a great extent. It does not allow lh" moisture to come in contact with the metal and cause rusting, which as a rule is more destructive to our farm machinery than the actual use to which they are put in the regular farm operations. The loss due to lusting is not only in the deprecia tion of the machinery, but in the loss of time when breakage occurs. The buildings need the paint loo It prevents the wood from absorbing water, ami will thereby double the lite of any sap wood, as well as pro-Ion:- (lie life of heart wood. Now is the time to do this work while tiie slack season is on, accord ing to Frazler Rogers, professor of agricultural engineering of the Col lege of Agriculture, University oi Florida. Don't delay, for ii means dollars to you. Fnjojable club Meeting. June 22, 1!J22 the M, L. S. C. met at I he home of the president, Mrs. J, . sikes. who requested Mrs. W. B. Mobley, vjci' president, to conduct the meeting. A motion by Mrs. S. J. Hewitt that the dub discontinui its meetings until the first meeting day in September was carried. A motion by Mrs. J. E. Skipper that the secretary notify each member by posi card a short time prior to the date of the St pteniber meeting, was carried. The meeting then being turned over to the hostess, Mrs. Mc Queen entertained with a musical selection, "The Flatterer." and later rendered Mendlesohn's "Song With out Words." 1'apets on different branches of pictorial art were read by members as follows: Mrs. Wotit- sky, landscape painting; Mis mire, architect ual painting; Lauback, portrait painting; Cell, animal painting; Mis Hewitt, paintings relating to Walt Mrs. Mrs. S. J. ordin- ary home scenes, having no historical significance; .Mrs. N. C. Hewitt, mar ine paintings. Miss Elizabeth Coop er, accompanied by Mrs. McQueen, entertained with several selections on the Raxaphone. A guessing con test resulted in the club prize being awarded to Mrs. Baldwin and the guesl prize to Miss Elisabeth Cooper. Mrs. F. D. Robinson read an interest ing article from the "Mentor." Miss Dorothy Mobley gave a piano select ion, "Narcissus." Kach person then wrote a question on one paper and an answer on another paper. These papers being collected and re-distributed and read aloud caused much merriment. After refreshments were served a motion by Mrs. N". C. Hew ill that tin clu,b use the magazine "The Mentor," selecting therefrom a subject for i he program of each meeting of the club for one year hereafter, was carried. The club adjourned to meet with Mrs. W. E. lb 11. September, 1922. Secretary. Alachua Is already making plans for a big county fair in November. At the annual meeting of the Alachua County Fair Association, held a few days ago, H. McL Grady was chosen president and other officers elected for the year. It is expected that the premium list will be brought out early, and the fanners and others ex pecting to make exhibits will have ample time to prepare fou the biggest and best display possible. should He Full Cooperatlon There are few people in any com munity who realize how much the development, growth, and prosperity of that community is due to the news- pa pers. Generally speaking, the mass of people take the newspaper for grant-; ed. It does its work of assisting in j every forward movement of the com- munity almost as a matter of course ; and it all is taken as a matter of j course. As a matter of fact, there is not ai sin-le other institution In any com- munity in this country that does so j much for the development of town.; city and state as does the newspaper. The church of course does its great j work as not even the newspapers can j do it, but in these days it is the news- papers mat a raw m auu wumeu in to communiteles and that make it possible for churches and schools to exist. Banks have their part in the up buildinir of a city, but without the constant aid of newspapers banks could not build a town, oilier line of business Nor can any o constantly assemble and present that tact ana ao the urging thai is nccesstry In build- up a section, a community, a-city, ! li na ran and as do the newspapers. If there is any forward movement suggested, the first thing its promot - ers seeK is newByftyei nv-vyvi mi"", for without thai co-operation they know their movement will fail to at - tract general attention and will not succeed. And how loyally does the n wspaper invariably assist in ev ery movement that looks to the upbuild ing or the betterment of the commun ity? The newspaper co-operates with private business as does no other lQ- stltution and as no other Institution can possibly do. The merchant, through this co-operation gains for wider publicity than his mere adver - tising gives him, because the news- paper realizes that in the building up of the private business of the mer chant or other business man it is aiding in building up the community and, incidentally, itselt. Tin. newsnaner. therefore, is a con sistent and persistent force for (level-1 opuient and for progress without which all other enterprises would i fail. f AiH all this is pretty generally rec ognized by intelligent business men. What they sometimes fail to appreci-, ate is that they should themselves co-1 operate in sustaining an Institution that gives is time and energy o sup-' porting them. Miami Herald. Sorehead Remedy. A. T. Harley furnished the follow ing formula for a sorehead remedy and says two applications will cure any case: One quart water, 'i t a spoon sugar of lead, three drop- creosote. Apply under the w on head. and St. Petersburg doesn't wait tor time or tide, but builds right along. The Independent says the total esti-, mated cost of new buildings, for which permits have been issued, for the first ten days of June, was $27S, 000. Pretty uood for the "quiet sea son" in Florida. The world's water area is 140, 000 square miles. ...;..;v...",..'Vv. ... r I Bells H. R. Dreggors, Pres. A. P. Hatch, V.-Pres. t . IDALIA NEWS The v. C. T. U. met Wednesday at the home or Mrs. Wiebdldt. Mrs. LiddeH led the devotional exercises. Interesting papers w re read by sev i ral of the members. Mr. and Mrs. McsXeill, Mrs. Jones and little daughter, Virginia, Mrs. Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. Wl boldt and children, Miss gcbmelcke, Mr. Walk er and family motored to LaBelle Thursday to attend the big barbecue. Mr. and Mrs. Wieboldt and family visited Mr. and Mrs. D'Arcy in Cp cohol, Sunday. Mr. Frank Walker made a busi ness trip to Arcadia this week. Mr. Hoffman is building an addit ion to his housed Dr. Walker went to Denaud, Sat urday to spend l lie week-end with Mr. Boclair and sons. Mrs. Frank Walker and daughter, Ila spent Friday with Mrs. H. T. . Jones. Mr. Rowlinson has purchased a ' fine' Jersey cow and calf from Mr. raicon. Mrs. Jones and daughter Virginia, and Mrs. Johnson were the dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. .McNeill, Sun- day. j Misses Hannah Schell and Lucille r en . aie t-ujuj mis a w ccia mv.anuu : as ihey are exempt from the final cx- laminations that ar being given this , week in the Ft. Myers High School Mr. McCormick of LaBelle, the Messrs. Bartleson and McFerron of Ft. Myers, and Messrs Hewes and Osteen of Buckingham, had a meet ing at the Idalia school house Wed nesday to decide whether or not they j should build a new building. 2 You can always depend upon the quality ol un.Uhing that o. from Blount's Grocery. If we sell you egs as fresh eggs, the.v will be fresh. If ue sell you butter as the highest quality, t at is Just what you Hill get. We don't claim to undersell all out am petltors, hut we do claim to give you hat you pay for. To oar mind QUALITY "s more Important than PRICE as applied to Groceries. We appreciate your business. That is why we Rive you first )iiaiity and as prompt service as it is possible for us to give. If you want GOOD groceries and want to le SURE they are GOOD, let us Ik- your Groceryman. Frank R. Blount PI XTA GORDA, I LOKIDA Ring-Cannon Boom Let the hells ring and the cannons boom on July Fourth. As our forefathers bravely fought and won the war for our Country's independence, so our noble lojs of this gen eration fought heroically In the World War. by the side of our Allies, ami speeded up Victory for the cause of justice and freedom. Fidelity tofour Interests S. C. McCulloogh, V.-Pres. J. E. Skipper, Casbier Friday, June iU h, 192:: in LAZA Theatre XO SHOW MONTH ' TUESDAY, JULY 4 "PRI MAL LAW," a extern draniu featuring Itt-; i Vttf mi III. SO SHOW WEDNEfcDAl THURSDAY, JULY Watch Him Step" featuring l.ichard Talmadge. FRIDAY, JULY 7 "VH TORY," starring Jael Holt, Senna Owen, Lon l hajney, Wallace llerry, Laura Wins ton and Bull Montana. A picturization of Joseph Uon ard's famous novel of tie sea. (.No, this picture has nothing to do with the war.) Also the ninth . de of "Winners of the We . 2 I y y ii y i SATURDAY, .ILLY "MAWS . story Mit, fe- i e. Also I I I y Y y y LAW AND GOD'S," of the great North till ing Jack Livings!. ' a MACK SENNET! EDY, "Hani Kno Love Taps." COM-and 1 y y y X X y y y -X X I A t Y Y I no TTtimillllHIIIIIIIMtlllMMCOlO i ......... . d . .