Business Correspondence. Sept. 1, 1920- Sept. 30, 1920

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Business Correspondence. Sept. 1, 1920- Sept. 30, 1920
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Everglades (Fla.)
Okeechobee, Lake (Fla.)
Okeelanta (Fla.)

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S115-100 --11-11-19






(ulf &finingq (ompuan


C. E. SHEPARD. KEROSENE. GASOLINE
DISTRICT SALES MGR. LUBRICATING OILS
G. R. WILBY. AND GREASES
Ass'T DISTRICT MGR.

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.Dept I,I920. ,


i.ir.Thomas E. iili,
Okeelan t, Fla.


jLear Sir:-
In reply to 'our letter of aug.EIst I beg to
advise that I am unable to i::ake you prices on kerosene
and gasoline delivered in Okeelanta as we do all of
our business F.O.B.Ft.Lauderdale, and we only have a
limited aLnount of drums to take care of our business
with, and ir.J. ".Baker of Okeelanta has the majority of
them tied up jt present to take care of his business, s
it might be that he would be in a better position to
take core of jour wants than I would.




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NOTICE

TO THE REGISTRATION" OlFICERS OF THE VARIOUS -- t I r .. P;ER X5

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open in your Prect oommencing let, Monday in Sopt( Sne

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Ft. LaudordaloFlao Sept. 2.,1020,



Mris la r-f V.'2ui7.ou12l
Wasbhigton,D. G.

Sy ldc~r Irr. ":cOullough.--

ao hbv3u.: cC tncth-.:r close co.l o .usJig oOF sche 1. ;.eo2tai
vlaitcei hC: ;2 k Cuountry.but LEoro toldth-y couOl not get hotel
aoo=oraol'tions .t OkeelranthUncec: C-i nbt conet soc us* Our
hotel iorinig irtLo 2Oulr last.)

Then ,thoy oretoldcL at aoutL ay ;3aL a ,,ca hi only 6 cr 7 r.unilu
posr:t--. ..Lnt~adring' flur-> ,? !,h.:- wrat. no e w re to won our
17?. "outh ayby bort.
h... .ot writon tL. Cu;.t1 it vo I... .'oft i-.'t inly,al
otho.'. o 0 o0L I't 0tr ni no" li .: :', c lett er first.
Jr. ar o.;n v 7as nolt !m-lc*

I mstl-1 .. ... t -- in,
Of'Or. u;a locckc. ,,tlnr. :.'r: pou'poneu, I rn J.-'. Dyer,went
ovr- -' tm h: Tl.rg c r :i ,]1o r', :.-: .. a ".:o.r "ly .u t Steod
as -l r,.nV t!-u. we "~ i-hL 'i-e7 a teachorand school hIwd be.ttcr- open
3oyt. 30.

ThEcn 0,te 10.cjll of [:. 0 t. c:E.or. n Z'. it c.r t-A i.- s.r cCullough
would not rcturn1?" "o. It ts 'r.-.-in as:'- woul,iT: -, l.l not
cao_: to fcaoh longeci w" If' -r i .., -I5 . ol.
be GlT. .: i-; -.'ort i 0nly7 o+ : c. th- vrIY ~ DET teachlor. i1 the
County WoilE I 1nott p-yto -t hor :to ic'Lct:- scho" agai? ( Thi
fror t'roo. %lner.)
I s'! 1 :cught 7011 rt. .: hd .e:ir c I di .o tinl:
w tit' yo.nr olI nt "'t;,*. "._ -.- -'n-Sto y. u"l2 y up 'for t.!:.t
IIe s~a.-.zue edr ', hait yoe. noesd. nbot wori- over :t-at. ilhcy no-7 h vo an
oCX .:_i,-" ', Co.L-r '..:'.. t5l'v1 '-7 1:. ,t.:t.t". eOr-cd.n-in, .; ic" s .,
Th .cacl.cr f IAt.a r i. sill o:. still, c._- o'cml-ain; h- h':t lin0d. 9
a lot of t-l.cvicr-.- r.-centl' Ion'. to la-ve cnoct of thcn t-7 : other
arJ1 T:: -t-.-r j'4aittics ri. Lt --w cy tL do cc rrc 1 ol' h!i r;):
ov;r tlim' ib le lburden to lire ?le -rl.o::;o o? opinion T;'Irt,wth
xcir,:.:---tio:). oonC.L;t ::.; "no cr:,yc.a nco:' not worry rt all*
The 2 after 'ix0Or: iJOi T1CiN1C'7TT c, 'T'. Dyer w7e: strong,
Stood on fthUJ -ointhln e scI '- t' 4ici-i. oral,
cThe Js8id1if Zo:. WA:ll Cnx.i:':. hC' eC,in &2Lc.?.'2alo,1ept.* 28.
0.-_7 ex:;17;: ev l . ..... n, o
. M f Dy1er m:tnt e T n wrrt y ro 1r rrj y,a iil :lr you -7o'ildc not
tako t1h,:' dc.ool -- So I an doing it,
' 1i. not quiz ]I(:LJ- 61 sl.rybut lo arn. .,. t 1- por,that young 4
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Lovem, (2)
o not told you how young feas foolismh"Wi'se ome down to Okeelantr,
Sj.like a drunor, after v business pyroc6ededJe to canyass our neighborhood,
.laronpltraon or bothaind sollvit patronagefor his "Onth Bay oShool.
ple came rmrning in to toll no about it. rtesentliyI :cardL hin ac-:ost
.n Fr nnszand proceed to solicit* htim* w aited my cha~ c9pthen inv.t-
him to ra housevtolC his cone Oi:eelaint> out,;. Bay History, am gavohIn done
;her ly a dfioo in language itod to hi, comprehension. A thrin- Le in-
*'sDoot6 LatcrI. learm that one o thcr tronc I :d told h tc see ee th
orrAcr.tLut he sa'-.I. h? i hcr. not thought it necessary*. I lnnimagi in fu-
04'9Ii0e riP- tlcke u different Tier of tfiimattur,

ua Sur '. Zrim:1 clc3a1n."an toto:-k 2 LaiWL in t- c rmattcre Jut a:. tor I had.
I tal. '".h ~ an... oO, !h::- h.al fi.ull 'pport-unity to le1rn the latest
.t $m .-s, -o Mo toli.-tta h ir-1 2 in it was .all c21e.ve were to sandour
35oufl Bay,Iad I Lt,:7 C u p-rpn ti o :ha- fii f!foo with Wise. So
r Aol toa n:,Rlirrot.
art.lieor#,e. L.LHounsley,So. iay .hE.. agtor9peii hit;' twice per Eounth
Okoe "t" inquired s(llolitouslyat tho' Ohuroh 'iotinge wh it ,r we wero to
70 a sBR ooi thin, year,. 1 Ta3 thoreo, and sl" Of course. e Piways Rhave
c30hool hero9e Orh ..s t 2.':.i.ost school in thit entire .c'.~;.-uu" ih-is
h2s Ifke one of ou cldf t iliar ex ~-riences, May Irovilace Las Rten the
7 uwh our mn=ibrz .tll ren-' T ii- .' ." i- ti'- vlt.r"-l. .or :iTy of
3se Trho 2ft-cr cnaijoying our .oJljs'.r:tionwoul l,ii2 tihy 30cU1l.I: 70TuK U
Lye* a -
.1 this ma!es me the mor- E::oioy that you shall taLe tLcaI ; .o2.l ..minand
Ip put our school so far hiacI that no such uttonn*t. *will 3-I r :- !-- n

mU on_ thie o.oad crusade agaib tLb- Sca. .c:- .ti-: t c'u: ro.':- 7 w-
re no: o: t: Pf.nodust. 31 n the b--Lt nc* 3n :;orcl, 2L. t our ro..
:..rprisc iz "* broL-o* 'thc power so-: to e Cat c cnda2 t ILn'r rone
okwood goo,3 off aftor oicLionr a 3.h... n .2,::A :::..s t aa :i' 9. ho',; to
g .ccto .
t tTiC- 3n -i ris -In aniotl..'G irtLi -- fU not ,o0 t. :: one( Ip~1."U. (t-
Lor ') JauC..dlc. _- EEJ tc get r ry .-' tr.-.u 1. !l. .WTuri tafoft. b-.ok
our fr- t planvizS9 th.:. o' t -kdng ovrr oill Ql-des coi.ittr-,ad.. :.::.Lig i.t
Srwar Co* aom Coapoibell i- p1r.cic 11y st"Y .o be our Str.-Atc bonC:-tor-aind
.* eiyle tc be re-procr :.t' lvo frron Brovart t:ld Tom tells rk li. BoaSh fthrtn
it Ldee not u.tt tha road through.,hi T,-ill -:.t .,h bill t1 brought t"h Sonmte
Sadd us to iroward-- if we only er.y "eu". -leo would;of course ;,kvb; i
rough the House* ho there i ? ir ivy tr., l. Lc aoaa*o Brcuard Co* would
it"rto r'sc t!?e oncy, 'y hey l: '-vc a "bi r-t i .'c lan G r oetc.l
*tiIed.,tc. meprve th.r- cC:2.1 ii.hl chEit E bu'lx.r' vi'. roadt.
t TWeP.Eea.clh . T.w-ing uCp hr. C.C.1aill1%-nigutorIth ic out rit>l 3 l- u
gcanize to Glader cou::try eait.e Ooast sootio. in our Road Di'ntriot,.zs,
P.Bcaohe A 'bidg neoilng:i t b hjld 9-4 on the BIllaboro to Torw' this fDl,
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The novr AR froa Moore Nave a to band Point is said to be a sure thing,
and we are courted from that direction. Thenrlastbut not leastM iams
gettfig buay She wants to fix it so we can ship our staff by water from 4
section to aanIvia the Miami onal,(tdeopencd andwiduenad t thencoby a shi
tered water-waylall theway to New York 0ity. It is a BIG kSCmfl3,worthy of
the big tMd that Miui is gottingo "be,ancd very attractive, So re may no'
get wholly lost in the sUatrle aftor all.
Lawrenoe and I ha in 10 acoes of d&Lheans, al 40 acrts of corn* With Grij
fin's holpwe h.vein@also,4.5 asres of potatoes* In addition,I planted
6 as. more of dasheuns for the hDLiovgo group. Wi9h more time,would put in
on aorieageef peanut otoo.
A OaQn elevator is to go in here sooner Th2zt will maZe a hobei na.rkct for a
S0ea4tostaple orop
You B ftbthe Bst grins h1?s been prove" ouit as La fine matril from which to
nal a clags paper. I sa w J.BScDonzld ycnterday. HeJ is enthusiasm.
r t* ait. ythe thin- s e Ei'Nr at Leosburg,andhe hopes to got a
lisper factory at Moore Haven.

I preaching to the D.C. eownMrn to iGet in" or *oe t outIana not
i K0te grounM I wish you idght sot Miss Harston right. I think
Gavloda bas poisoned hor. Sae aot very uppish with mee Mislaid her deoi
I preaumenthal blnted mec wit.:l not hc7ing riven her ome in 1913-- a du she hr
nevor hbatcd that she h.ld not'recetivodl ne I '-5 sure I aent hers3with thi
bdig batOs In No. 1/2 of S 36. Thoen I aent her cue, nonC wooks aagarind
she did not evon ac koow ago rc!iptAo say nothing of .pying the little bi
the deed cost. I did not mAnd the bill,but I don't enjoy sanuTi,
Sh, hdM wantal no to sell her tract* I agre:G. pa year Go /two agoto sell
it on the "Cost-Plu 0qft plan=. 6horliEtot c" swoer I uWr .tc h3r :again and
agacleand still she didn't answer Then ::hecomplained tu Mr. Tlan that I
not siven her het deed' to the Tract in No. 1/2 of S35,who:uevovery buyer go
his dood early in 1910, o i rote mel I wrote hir..TE ncocived a ca-uoy se
swer* Thcn I took my timebut senthor her deod,No. 2,rm.1 recoir-cv no r'ply
even. I can'tatprove that a ec over got that* In 7 years moreuho ma-y l-dny
t .t I oTor cern; Zic: th.:t once
i had a buyer all ready for her tractabut she woas so highai-cdighty --bout
it that stclost th lE~ cIc,n'?tho~buyr b ouAi t other lia4 NoRI hivonot
an authorization to soil it. Zo its oft the marktI prcesume.vn

I presumo max hI- toldyou be in carrying t e m-il bot. Oke atntanCnhreaoer,
Torah ha-s marrieda ir, JohLnsonE anlthoy livein the N?*djWill house*
Best ro-rd-: tc all told froincz
PoSl "ra. Will ani I I havnow advanced to I&j ay yours
dignity of grnad-parents. Mo' is a fine boy,
nasmd George s arnsarda ush~aer.l Mothot
and boy in fine shape, iront,.Aug. 15th,
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sirVl'2e to sty-1in D.C. tomeet Te r itr ,vnTh v' Th u 1- :.er.ri<.i 1.

SMo:.: ,- --ly mls n 39i. ;re .tlj,- in. Zact-,I feel c1mo_ s r,-tle-l --A
"Ut -. .*;t lot. aow -o r, r, ealizs h.' ?';e xe7C ilj I: r y :c'cr, j -t. :-i.ly
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Opt,. 2,1920.

F't, Jnudcr-Jn-!.e State Banks
FUt Lu:18-rtaloPla. .( ttention ?r. IHyle).
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In order to brcak the deatlockr in oomt:cotion 7.t:i the Yohn eds
tl.c CnT:rr *isi. -ring s ia uony beefor- hr gives title,.nw'.th buy>adcs:'ring d(
-sti'.e &t'A in tflir nrtioE- b:tororthe-y pay- it ses bt seems thr.t h lvaS
the cae Cltl;fttik c&, Rd locur( deefdo anC abstraot.nto dategin nzaies of
uyesdl,-i. ,olL on t ?'rom those tbuyero myself
'The b.i.-nue duc he pr .ont owner h -uts nt a, ~0.1L.{. '):LLy is crom his 1
te.1`2i.3aiv:c. to-CLy., by at:- nrr. ac C- ceel:nt'%,but t;:-nk his rfigie iv

rto orm.. -i tL k..i i:y in Lqborty 1onudm- .c:.,o" rl3l osoe he pre
ouat, ttino~-t. iT:'r it shm t- 7:-' c.- .~l l,~r~ ih" -

Jash I th cinounit of "'o I.Cl.rc.. Dollar. (.,C',,.0o,) uLul, thc-creforcbe
.;ale to i5at cLs claim.

if :jo' 4 ill av O:V-L C. th*r: -- nafor hn,6I r.1. )r,-, -'.r.2 o' ny &-ifferdenoe
.1)0o 0 o" u-'lo; -i bI.' (miUit,

leaOve to-.iorto,;- at 7t30 am, for O7Cena:i te". ':.a I Till examine my
co:zs.::nCuneco a!m. cnLrt.:.- :'. r:-.~'-a r -. 'io ynou, it onoe( probcbl;
L.. Lil. .o.,t rcuriung Satr.:,y nirht) o any corroeotirns ti.t need to be

i'fas i nic -tdc t1o me to-d-yyou will sand ifr e tl ncoeas:ary f?,rmssZ wdll
sia4o not for Thre Hundle Doll '3(( 00,00) ,.-r. senia it to young* i iip.
aLs 1.jcrccts tlt oiit 1 -11 : .ill .:,eap t 7O diflorence with ly ch(
arnd. ohbin,: hi-. airing mr; g-r.. on also.n-~t I right otherlse/1ose on salr oi
Liberty BonDln the buyers will reant when atisi ticri with cd'cua acnclabstrnct"i
I caE waiting Er. obn0 on tisi: point Tier6oviTth.
lHoping y.u -il finil thi.: a' ti;::fctory #I rcanin,

7ory r'e-opcotfully yousra
F.c. .lec buyers h-.v,; Lre' adc y )i -. oneo
o200.O on th ir contract with Yoh2, Now, V I *
by aiutu-l acgrcun ut, they areprcp:aLrti t.)
c;,aL. out ~n te imuac i balanco. All pcrtieo
?,are ecgroCec. o LTroIunts i an terast'.c-c.culy Lif-
foronce being on abovo pointeach wanting
his v-lue( noney or p3?po-rks first.
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Chisego, Ill.
September 3rd, 1980.,

The Ft. Lauderdale State Bask,
Ft. Lauderd&lea Florida.
Sent lomen t-
Cleas4ed please find Liberty Bonds, Berial numbers
and aumunt as follows:
30000058O 7 s 50.00 15223 6 *100.00
101960780 5C.00 03830421 S0.00
A01960 l 150.00 58138017 50.00
10042754 100.00 L12433051f 100O00
10147610 100 .0 -cc- 3j0. L12017437 100.90= O /o,
These bonds (total aaa wt $?70.00) are deposited in
escrow, as payment in full, to Thoe. I. Will, for Treat of land
known as Tract #41, In Betioen #35, T-44, S.R. 36 I. being ten
(10) acres, mere or leOs.
Whenever the said Thos. I. Will, abtll deposit with
you, geo and sufficient warranty deeds and abstracts, record /
at West Pail Beach, in names of parties meatiortd later for
said tract, you are bereby autborised to pay him in fIll, th
sma of Seet HunT red forty Seon Dol2are ($747.00) and to send
to me by registered mail, all deeds a=d abstracts, also, eashier's
obeok for tIQ.90,Te trTig 84.O differange between purchase ~Tice
and total amount of bond% and t1.0 aegnied Intsrest on bond
up to Augast Slot. tlal.
It is understood and agreed with Thoe. 1. Will, that
bonds ars to be accepted at par value.
Deeds and Abstraete to be made up aa follows;-
MT . Perrin, Park Ridge, I1. for 8 acre.
Mr. Go. E. Anderson, Chiago, Ill. for a acres
Mr. 0. Crouwell, Chiego, Ill. for (6 aOreei
Mr. Will has information am to what a@atge these
deeds and acetreots arx to apply on. This wattar directed in
your care, on request of Mrl 11.
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Chicago, Ill.
September 3rd, 1920.
Mr. Thos. E. Will,
Okeelanta, Florida.
Dear Friend:-
Have today mailed Bonds to bank with instructions
as per your letter. Your letter of the llth., ult., as
mentioned not received. Probably the wrong address was applied.
Kindly submit deeds and abstracts to bank, as /
soon as possible, also submit a statement to me, showing f
interest figured. This account we are three to split this,
and feel as if I must account to them for the amount of interest. p
Copy of letter to bank attached.
Cannot say anything further at this time, on
sales in Section 27. Expect to be able to state something
definite in the near further. If possible for me to get away,
will make the trip to Okeelanta, about the latter part of this
month, or the early part of October.
With best regards, I remain,
Yours truly,


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Sept. 7, 1920.








T. E. Will,

Okeelanta, Fla.

Dear Sir:-

We have sent the parts as per your order
of the 23rd. We are enclosing circulars showing all Planters,
and giving our present lowest cash prices, freight pepid. Also
the list of parts herewith enclosed, gives the cash price for
each part delivered by Parcel Post.

We presume that you are using Planter like
No. 11 with sword opener. We have no coulter or disc, to pro-
ceed the runner. We furnish the machines only as shown by the
enclosed cut. We are delighted to hear that you have had great
success in using these machines when attached to a tractor.
Several of our farmer friends have told us of making such
arrangements. We have not been able to put out anything in
the way of several machine together, because we cannot supply
the demand for them now, as we regularly build them.

Thanking you for writing us, and wishing
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Naperville, Illinois, Sept. 7th, 1920.


Mr. Thos. E. Will,
Okeelanta, Fla.

Dear Mr. Will:--

I have your letter of Sept. 2nd at which I am surDrise4 e
of the manner of the buyers and the action you are taking in t-e matter.

First, you must admit that it is not at all customary or in
regular form to have title on Real Estate transferred on the Records
previous to being paid up in full. This is the way I bought both
tracts. It is only asking a safe business transaction.

Secondly, in the payment of Tract 41, I agreed to accent
U.S. Liberty Bonds the same as cash, But I did not-agree to have
any sold and be paid -..hat they bring on the market, as I expect to
kegp the Liberty X onds and eventually to get full face value for
them. Therefore, if the buyers pay in Liberty Bond, I want the
bonds themselves,not the proceeds from the sale of them. In all of
my correspondence with you, I never agreed to any other basis, and
it was understood that the buyers could only pay in Liberty Bonds
on even hundreds or fifties and pay the balance in cash. They are
assuming something I never agreed to when they want to sell any
Libery Bonds at my expense and want me to accept the proceeds. As
stated in my letter of Aug.25th, I will accept $LQoo00 in Li)Brty
Bonds and draft for $6.40 which is balance due me after deducting
discount for cash.
Thirdly, if the buyers are paying you for your commission
of $5t.00 in Liberty Bonds, I wiljLuy# 5.0-LDO liberty Eond from-youl /
at full face value, so that you would have no shrinlkage, but the
buyers should pay the rer-aining_6.00 to you in cash, as that is
the only fair way. You could send me the 50.00 in L.Bond to the ,
Reiss _State Ban: of Naperville, Ill. in escrcw and I woull h-ave..- T\
the; mail v_yo I raft for $50.00. Before I '-ould ar.r*e to assume
the ihteest" on the money you borrowed from the Rank, it is nrily
faii tha[ I know how much it is. In all of my dealings with you
I have been endeavoring to be f&ir in every way, but the way vu-
write what the buyers want, it looks almost they want me to rive
them the tract instead of selling it to them. I made a rock-lott.om
price of $580.00 less your commission of $56.00 at the start, and it
isn't right that any other things to lessen my net amount should now
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Now, Mr. Will, I do appreciate the interest you are taking
in the selling of Tract 41, and if I have overlooked any feature
which is not fair to you yourself, I shall be pleased to know it.
But I believe that if you insist that the buyers live up to the
conditions of our contract, all difficulties will be eliminated.
I surely want to do the right thing, and all that I ask is that the
conditions named in contract' be followed. I believe that you will
agree that I have kwpt my part of the contract alright. If the
buyers do the same, there can be no differences.

I had hoped that you would also dispose of Tract 42 for ne,
and I want you to feel that I am grateful to ou for what you havedo-n
already for me in getting a sale forf ract 4T. I have triel to be
reasonable in my correspondence with you, and I will be pleased to
have you take up with me again if you do not feel that I have
covered every phase of the situation satisfactorily.

You may count on me to answevrromptly from now on', as I
am not expecting to be gone long fromhore at one stretch. I ans-
wered all your lettersas soon as I could, but I was away for over
three Sundays which delayed me writing.


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Sept. 7, 1920.






Mr. Thos. E. Will,
Okeelanta, fla.

Bear Mr. Will:

After going into your papers more thoroughly, I find that
you state that the amount due Yon is $306.40, while we are
in receipt of a letter from Mr. Yon advising us that the
amount due is $504.00. However he handles the matter in -
a little extraordinary way by stating that until you de-
liver us receipt showing that this amount of $504.00 has
been paid over to him, we are to hold all papers. However
the matter can be handled satisfactorily by the money being
,paid to us, bat we must have some evidence that Mr. Yon has
received $200.40 before we could release any of the papers
as his letter states $504.00.

There is another matter that is undesirable in handling
this transaction and that is that in a letter from Mr.
)errine, he places us responsible for the title of the
property being purchased and as you are familiar with
bank's affairs we do not assume any responsibility in
acting as agent in transferring of funds or papers.
However we try to be particular and handle the best way
we possibly can, but we do not propose to guarantee any
titles that may pass through us, but of course, if it web
instructed by the parties to have our attorneys examine and
#ive an opinion, we will be glad to do so.

I am inclosing you a blank-note and if you hold receipt T
4from Mr. Yon for payment of the $200.00 you may inclose
with this note and I will arrange the matter so that the
abstract and titles can be forwarded back to West Palm
Beach for completion.

However if you have not made this payment, it will be
necessary for you to pay the $504.00. 7-.

Yours very truly,

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Dear Doctor::
I have seen Mrs. McCulloutLh who has given
me your address, and I ask if you will oblige me with
a little information which I do not know how otherwise
to obtain.
As you probably recall, some of us who bought
the tracts in the Everglades received lots in Fortlauderdale
upor paying in full in advance for the `racts. 4
My brother-in-Law John H. Dripps(now deceased) iM4-'
were two who received lots, and I want to ask you if
you can give me an idea of the value at the present time.
ixes have been paid all these years and we have the
deeds.
Mine is
Lot 13, Block 8, First Lauderdale Addition

and John's is adjoil-.i;.i either lot 1C or lot 14, I do
not know which. I have understood that the lots are
on the Boulevard running to Miami. I have never seen
them but hope to this fall.

Mrs. F. A. Miller lives on the lot next to mine
I do not know the size if the lots. Have been told
they are about a mile from the center of the town.

I have been out of touch with the situa ton as
to drainage of the Everglades Lracts, aid if can enlighten
me, I shall be greatly obliged.

Dripps' and my tracts(10 acress each) %arV in y
Section 2, Township 51, South, Range 39 East, in
Bro-ward County, and I should like to know if they
are still under. water. According to Mrs. McCtllough
the land near is being cultivated, and I should like
to know whether mine is above or below water.. Dripps'
tract adjoins mine. Are they worth anything?

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Sugar and Food Products Company"

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G ontil mn --
Your f:ivor Sopt,7at hand. I nto th at yon, a rIvc.ive.1e.tt fromn
irn. J.H.RIobErtasonCl~Cl n-.SChiLopemding 12 receipts sign od by ( me)
amounting to $273.00 tog tehor with a purchasing con.trot."i? .s.irG
Sf at;ryou wire him U.O,00 Yyou- encloo pr pern sment, y notertson,
andJ riiouest advice ja3 t*o .ly wishes.
In reply,I will stA'tetht thi paper nrc correct, altho:izh to7y inclCudea
il a&V.ition to p'yount. 'de: oontr.rp weoeipt for a substcrtlption
mad:I by Robertson to our Okolco.nft Tobrn Hall.
You arr horeby authori~ze2 to wire Robortsonbtvo ano T mr.ros r as hE zzay
have giv-n you, the Oneo auM re Dolln ra (1f00,00o)deposited by me with
you on aUg&. 31 last ror this purpose.
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a AUGUST R? TMS47RSTaror thiu
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copy of letter by mof ovaen date to Fto
that the $1000CO deposited by me &ith thcmn
exparose pirwpone be WIED) to ynu.

desItAug e S3litt the dates of your threat-


ST sy letter to 7yo of .Sept, S#Il f e aolonoed a forsa o ProZoip in ablc'k
w yao tto aign ans. yturn mesv Please o tbise I n; not vrithbolding your
ay- t=Ll you snt this rocoiptaa *I tuseratairq owur spool t-onc' intoi
tsok aet vte mtienT you into flMamcil straits.
'n 'the olmroCZatn.ces 1 trist ynu may be ooGd e nough to io ~' you c;.nn
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M10 ARE a. MatUD you been vi to wait for thoewacs the mevo agroo-
tent between ano pevitteWa4 a umalatgneMwanllo r' oresdit of Obs you would .
tac receiared back easly e t e pltry 00.00 you
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203 TAJO BUILDING
LOS ANGELES, CAL.




September 10th
1 9 2 0.


Dear Friend:

From the tone of many letters received at the Great
Adventure office, it would appear that some Single Tx'ers
are under the impression that we are having our own way in
California. They do not seem to realize that the wealthy
and powerful organization, known as -he Anti-Single Tax
League is our opponent in this fight. This organization
has money to burn; and you know that money buys brains.

For instance, the Antis have just imported Leslie M.
Shaw, Ex-Secretary of the Treasury, as one of their speak-
ers to stunip the entire state and to belittle the Single
Tax movement. Of course Shaw is very respectable and rep-
resents the ultra respectable class. The big dailies are
eager to print his picture and poses on the platform,
and devote columns upon columns to his speeches -- a dona-
tion by the servants of special privilege. But when we
ask for a chance to reply in these same papers, there is
nothing doing. The Anti-Single Tax speakers are telling
the voters that Single Tax will disturb our present con-
dition, and that things are now just about as they should
be. Yet in the face of this fact, these same r!-Irers tell
the story of how the Federation of Womens' Clubs is trying
to raise a fund in order to save our own starving babes.
Just think, among all this vulgar display of wealth, we
are begging milk for our starving children; and yet these
respectable beings dare tell their audiences that things
are just about as they should be.

Here is a part of the story taken from the "Times",
which is the Champion Anti Single Tax paper. It says:
"These dying children are not thousands of miles away in
a foreign land. They are in Los Angeles. EvEn now they
are half-starved and in a depraved condition; all they
ask for is milk." The wealthy Antis are great on charity
-- the idle rich will throw a little sop to the poor.

It was many hundred years ago when Solomon wrote:
"Cast thy bread upon the wvters: for thou shalt find it
after many days." It would seem that the land hogs
thought it meant feeding swill to the pigs that it
Emiight return in the form of pork.









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.h:en the Single Taxer si,~-'-:.ts that special privilege
get off the ,icl: of the poor, instead of doling out charity,
they drop their charitable look and commence to spit poison.

Say, Single Taxer, have you ever been in a real Single
Tax fight -- I mean where the measure is actually on the
ballot arnd the voters are about to adopt or reject a Single
Tax measure? That is the time the beast. called "Special Priv-
ilege" ruffles his fur, shows his glittering fangs, bears
his claws; and as you look into his glaring, hypocritical
eyes you feel his breath like a hot blE at from Hell. That
is the thin-g we are facing toda.y. o, Single Taxer, this
is no tea party. The beast called "Special Privilege" real-
izes that at this election he ws1:.>-; at. bay with his maker.
He knows that ninety p-er cent of Californians are groaning
under the burden of high rents. He knows, too, that of all
the men who fought in the trenches "Over There" less than
three per cent own one foot of land over here.

The idle land hogs realize in times like these, that
the God of Justice is remodeling mens' souls. And when they
see them getting ready to march up to the ballot box the one
hundred per cent hog trembles with fear.

Now, just stop and think, California has about two
hundred weekly and several daily papers. If we could get
the proper amount of advertising in these papers, we can put
Land Values Taxation A .ine.:irr- t T.iriM:er Twenty over this Fall.
It is simply a question of money. Let your brain go into
partnership with your conscience and send us your share in
this fight, This is a time when you and I must bear our part
of this willing burden. If )you and I will do our share, we
can win this Fall. Do not wait, -- SEITD IT TODAY!


Yours better


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alam ISear Brainage ami iigltway itrirct

J. B. JEFFRIES, Chairman
Miami, Fla. OFFICE OF
J. L. HOLMBERG, Supervisor BOARD OF SUPERVISORS T. T. REESE, Treasurer
Miami, Fla. C. F. WERNER, Secretary
T. T. REESE, Supervisor P.O. Box 1183
West Palm Beach, Fla.


Miami,Fla., Sept 10, 1920

Mr. Thos E Wills,
Okeelanta, Fla.

Dear Sir:

Received yours of the 7th and in reply will say that I will

be in Mimi until the middle of next week and will be glad to have

you dome in any time before then andntalk things over.

Yours sincerely,
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STAT[ OF FLH..j..',

UNIVERSITY Or FLORIDA. DIVISION
O' AGRmICUTURAL Xr'ENMioN. ExTrNYstoi 0vtIION
AND UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT UNIVERSITY Of FLORID*
OP A*IICULTURE, COOPERATING.

Gainesville
September 15 1920





Dear Sir:

The hotel :i.,i restaurant accommodations in
Gainesville have been materially improved to meet the
increased demands from the city of Gainesville. How-
ever, it is important that anyone planning to att-rid
the Citrus Seminar make reservations well in advance.

The enclosed slip gives you the principal
places which I believe will take care of the situa-
tion in a satisfactory manner, inasmuch as the Citrus
Seminar and Livestock Round-up program will not be
run together this year.

I7erything will be done to make the accom-
modations just as good as possible. It would be best
for you to make your reservations direct. However,
if you pJ'erer-chat some of us look out for you, it
will be our pleasure to do so. I'.. Ralph Stoutamire,
Chairman of our E.;tertainment Committee, has consented
to look after some of these details.

The program will appear in a few days. A
program will be sent you well in advance, altho it
will likely be published in the papers before you re-
ceive it.

Yours very truly,






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STATE L i ;

IV U EFRsITY OP t.Ci.ORDnA, ClVIOM!N
OF AOG1ICULTUR iAL), 3;;'::;!7t EC:E N DIVIlION.
AND UNITED STATiJES BEBl".1iMr!NT UNiVE WfUi'VY OF FLORIDA
OF AGRICUlLTURE, COOPERATilNG.

Gainesville
September 18 1920



Dear Sir:

The pror::>,am for the Li:ve too Round.-up to be held by the
SE:.ensio Disiio i o the Colleg of Ag: iculture, October 7th and 8th
looks 1 Ier lvry day.. Thee ill be a l.t f ood things on the
program that will be of it erest to all wo at tend

Hon. Ca.: A. Iard.ee, Governor El t, of Live Oak, will deliv-
er an address that every Ploridian will vant to hear.

Onae subj ec that will te f ospoc i.8 interest to all livestock
men will be ".'inanei ng thUe Cat. Eu..in s." by H. M. Eennett of Cali-
fornia, who has ha years o-f cx-rienc e in t~ce Cattle Ln oan Business.
This will be a good. chance fr th lives rok. men to get first-hand in-
for&mation on finan cing the catl.e business:. .-ryon interested should
p[ii n to be in Gainesville and hear whaht I. Benenett has to say.

S. W iatt, ubl ii'- and field tag-ent for the Southeastern
Peanut Associat-ion, h for his subject, "P:anuts, Pasture and Pork."

In addit ion to the above, e have eci.ur.ed as speakers for the
Round-up-, four of tho best agriculture and livestock men of the South.
They are all so-uther]n men, having been bo:irn a:. raised in the South,
and they know outh.. .rn. condi tions. Th es. e ien are: P 'of. J. F. Duggar,
Director of the .Al.abtamria 7-:: client tat ion; C. A. Cobb, l.tor of the
Southern Reualiat, whose 1work in the Boys Club WCork in i --ISissippi put
that State on -te imap for "ho and hominy." His subject will be "Coop-
erative U Fk.tiong of Livestock." W. C. ~ assetter, Atlanta, Ga., one of
the Editors of the Progressive ]1TFarmer, is a Georgian by birth. This
goes without sayig -1`1hs-t L ie kns southern, conditions. He will speak
on "Soil Imp:iroving Crops and How tc Use Them." Dr'. 1.. P. Jarnagin, of
the University of Georgia, has bIee-n w:.ith us before He is perhaps the
beat known livestock man in the South.

The Citruos Seminar will be October 5th and 6th and the Live-
stock PRound-u'p, Oc tob-er 7th and 8th. Conjs and enjoy a few days at your
Agricultural Col-les. Rer:Len:1sl] the date an:,d ralke hotel reservations
early.

Yours truly,




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DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR

BUREAU OF PENSIONS

WASHINGTON
September 21, 1920.

Dear Dr. Will:

Thank you for looking up the matter of re rainin- title to my
Florida lot; I paid the back taxes, which will insure for me the priv-
ilege of continuing to pay future taxes thereon indefinitely, I sup-
pose; but Mr. orren seemed sure that that was the wise thing to do,
and I will try to believe that his j.Ld;_Clent in the matter was good.

The main object of this letter is to ask what you think of
that newly organized Florida Sugar and Food Products Co pany in whose L'
interest ir3. .cCull.u;jih is spending the winter in ,.-shin ton. Her
presentation of the subject soiiunds rather attractive, but there are
other opportunities which do not require three years for an- returns.
;Ly mother is in poorer health this summer than ever before and has been
under a doctor's care for about the first time in her life, and I don't
want to tie up any more money in thin-s whose returns are too far in the
,future tense. I am enclosin a clipping on the subject of Florida sugar
taken froM the -.1.shin.-ton Star recently.

Do :in still retain sufficient interest in District affairs to
have read about the appointment of 1abel T. Boardman as one of our Com-
missioners: I am glad to see one woman Commissioner, but .i.T.B. is not
the one whom I should have picked, after her mud slinging at Clara Barton
in an effort to grab all the glory for Red Cross work for herself. She
has pledged her efforts toward i.-.in- ..ishin _ton "the most beautiful city
in the world" but does not mention alleys, self-government, lower public
utility rates, or similar trifles.

T-erh.-ps you know that after the deaths of Mr. Rose, -Ir. Dakin,
:.rs. Munroe, -.rs. Bebb and irs. Keeley, the People's Church voted to
suspend services, and some of us have gone over to the Universalist
}huurch to try to help retain their new live-wire, progressive, Single
Tax p:.stor Rev. Levi Powers, of Ia.ss-chusetts in his pulpit. he
has alre:d;: been called a Socialist, an Anarchist and a Bolshevist, and
several specimens of the genus fossil have left the church. 7.: the way,
the ex-Rev. Edwin Evans has just been .-;po-inted a clerk in the Pension
Office ,rid is on the smne floor with me. Mrs. Evans is w.vojrin- in the
War Risk Bureau. They have just bought (were forced to buy, like ::;.:,
others who did not wish to do so) a house, 2228 N st. n.w., for some-
thing like .7,000, I think he said. ite;' have cert -inl done well to
save so much during these times, and with four children to support.

You have probably met Mrs. Thompson and her niece before this, /
as they left recently to make their home at Lake -.o.rth, .rs. T! .;i:-so
being one of the beneficiaries of the new Retirement law.

.hislnkil-,: you in advance for any inside information on the s';-ar
situation, and with best wishes for your own success, I remain, -


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to "e :e sl data so that i could t-.0, etc.

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One Co ..any houl t thd, that we make a shi pment
on hconsi:, irt, indly ':... e ,if you wish to do this?

.o what Jrce would you con Ir fairy r:in .
refr -n d c e thie f.o b. OkreluVr~ a. 0, 'd A you -
Eo _' me on this -: turn tail if possib-e so that I can get


Your let teted that the dasheene were c ing
s.:e. A friend of Line fc'-. the coast of .' taed me ast kif t:
thacot twhe rua. have been very he ', and that only half crops
would realize if any in, that we a

Leon conm hear from you on this

Yours truly,


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Yoo1)3 of ie 21st. recd. Gl.::d to hair irom you :gain

-a.i 'g._.r concern yo:a n:lr'e I. vre nr iTltimflti- kn-owledgn of.
E-.;, eI .r ,.,r. Br1,z: nt i;- ti6 l .-qrr'onm vioni v,~. ought -our COlres
l-,nd 10 Years -ago '.,r Anderson is hit as.ooi to. I
am Ln..tiIC ?-,,2i L. Bi_,r' bus .i- s t na.2i.g,i tis r-e '. :i:,is
ni.h,t..,l; th ir motivoi-, ,sooc. Th.-y .'re out to hrlp
,gr:. Cone a/i' mace sirup tlhi ,'l- tee u,-.urr Thi- is
a i11i ta -t promises to become hig hly irmport nt in thF. iL-ver-
S. de....: ievPlopiuent. i ut.' expect t'.. Se- t'.he se t~ t hepir-
-.,r*,.^,. fulfil'l.thcir obli.-'ti .ons. ..e.: -": ",: .

I enj .e1 the .,.C. poea b; th- ini ,itable It." He 1-
-: .- r., .W hit ~.-m i.s vi..'. 1 s ,u ,. -cr ,ed to -_sth-
er in se': king politio- : liberty for the serfs oi the District.
".-,ta,.. it-. victim.. 1.iVE in rellsnu,Armeni,&mrni ocpou or
the DiL:trict cf Colua.bia.,I . m,lasalt;A',." GA13ST TY'tIflYi
I. rther,I -t.i3l b- !1.ive it, going the whl.e lngth,,Mr-i not 9
in s-tor-ing h-ilf w-y* 'he-Star's style of em:.nciwtiion
for tbr Di-itriac. is ,s odlous t.o mie ,s in 1914. Supf,-
c.c t',i@ Ci "cr;' nv."VF2' appealedi to me.

I knew oi -sor of tie deaths in the r:.nks o oif .ur ologf faith-
ful _v:. in the Peoople's Churcoh ,b Itn nut of il] yzr. chruii-
', i.*,1.;r. D kin, u n. r. --ebi ,n. ZenlEry* ifdno of
these c~- v l: .be at,: r.td. Lut tJtt-y 're working still whe're-
Vor tLe :.r6. '

I 0! \'on!ir. 1.; .' t.ur, :.T 6en the worn!uc ,.else-.here,all c1 ve .
tlt U.S.,ts "rmble `o vote-on Nov. 2,t .e vor.ien,.in DJ.C.,* i'


who bel-nc them get -;, vote. tievy sol' J t hI v.; f'ri th.- ns.lvc:,
t'.ney will. fel. a lit'.louooe ,: o ,- .;:

I'rarely go to Lake ',orth,nn.i hence h:vo not y-jet seen --rP
ohomnps on. -

7au will h1 e tJiC i ..whilr longr-.r,yet,befor' rc,,lizlfin
oloi i0 G~a dei lnd ;but it h is future. I I doi.g ngy
uaeftM4- %ossolve the GI- dec problems. If snorae %L the .'1,000
GCi,6-vPUy'bl6Pe6r-1 coual .aee t eir v-y to cooper& te vith mp n


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State of Florida and that State's great resources are behind the
drainage of the Everglades -- when drained they will be the GARDEN
SPOT OF THE WORLD and famous the world over, and those fortunate
enough to buy now, while the price is, comparatively speaking, on
the ground floor, will, indeed, take pride in their foresight and
judgment. The national I might almost say international --
reputation of one of the greatest drainage engineers is behind this
great reclamation project. Please investigate it. Above ALL things
get some of it NOW and reap the benefit of near-future values. In
my opinion, you cannot invest your money to better advantage anywhere
else in the country.

If you cannot work the land yourself, we can show you how it
can be worked for you.

Make up a party, go down to the Everglades and see this won-
derful country for yourself. Excursions rdWout of Washington twice
a month. You will return glad you went, glad you bought.

Come to one of our stereopticon lectures -- notice enclosed.
Make up a party among your friends and spend a pleasant, highly
profitable evening as our guests. Come and see our soil exhibits,
tropical fruits and plants -- take a sample of our soil exhibit
S.away with you, have it analyzed and prove to your own satisfaction
just what it is and will do. We show you this wonderful country with
the aid of magnificently colored slides, some of which were made
from photographs taKen by an employee in the Government Printing
Office. All these things will convince you that HERE is your op-
portunity -- the one you have been looking for.

Ladies are particularly welcome at our lectures, We can refer
them to one of their number in the Forest Service, who returned from
a visit to the Everglades enthusiastic over her purchase of twenty
acres. She is urging her friends to buy.

We can help you to pay for your land come and let us explain
how we can do this.

Don't throw this letter and literature into the waste paper
basket. Please read it carefully, then pass it along by so doing,
you will not only accommodate us, but your friends still more.

Come and see us at your lunch hour, or on your way home from
Sthe office. We are centrally locateA, on the ground floor. Our
Address is 809 G Street, N. I., -- Ouray Building, opposite the
Patent Office our 'phone number is Main 4260. We shall always be
glad to see you and explain things to you, whether you buy or not.

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.r. F. E.3bh:idinger,
Okeel;,nt.,,Fla.

:Ay der ,ir. ..hdinger--

I .iir going to Lauderdal to-motrow. The
Co.:-iittee appointed ycstardy ,:,ill need t':; reso-
lutions rropred ti.en by Cc.p-. -.ertz- neg-
leoted to re,uaest a copy of these while with
you yest er,'.iy .

I -onder whether you can tzk.e oai copy,anni snmi it to
me,by mrnil,at box 5*J ,'t. Lauler,::.letn time,
for use at the ume.ting Thuredty night,if it
sh:-lj be held so early: A copy in the h nds
of Capt. iert2z,~i hae cooe.i dori, w on'i tone's
boat,Thured:y morning,will ns.erW.

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until it will be worth $500 an acre. The reputation of the great
State of Florida and that State's great resources are behind the
drainage of the Everglades -- when drained they will be the GARDEN
SPOT OF THE WORLD and famous the world over, and those fortunate
enough to buy now, while the price is, comparatively speaking, on
the ground floor, will, indeed, take pride in their foresight and
judgment. The national -- I might almost say international --
reputation of one of the greatest drainage engineers is behind this
great reclamation project. Please investigate it. Above ALL things
get some of it NOW and reap the benefit of near-future values. In
my opinion, you cannot invest your money to better advantage anywhere
else in the country.

If you cannot work the land yourself, we can show you how it
can be worked for you.

Make up a party, go down to the Everglades and see this won-
derful country for yourself. Excursions run out of Washington twice
a month. You will return glad you went, glad you bought.

Come to one 3f our stereopticon lectures -- notice enclosed.
Make up a party among your friends and spend % pleasant, highly
profitable evening as our guests. Come and see our soil exhibits,
tropical fruits and plants -- take a sample of our soil exhiolt
away with you, have it analyzed and prove to your own satisfaction
just what it is and will do. We snow you this wonderful country with
the aid of magnificently colored slides, some of which were made
from photographs taken by an employee in the Government Printing
Office. All these things will convince you that HERE is your op-
portunity -- the one you have been looking for.

Ladies are particularly welcome at our lectures. We can refer
them to one of their number in the Forest Service, who returned from
a visit to the Everglades enthusiastic over her purchase of twenty
acres. She is urging her friends to buy.

We can help you to pay for your land -- oome and let us explain
how we can do this.

Don't throw this letter and literature into the waste paper
basket. Please read it carefully, then pass it along by so doing,
you will not only accommodate us, but your friends still more.

Come and see us at your lunch hour, or on your way home from
the office. We are centrally located, on the ground floor. Our
address is 809 G Street, N. W., -- Ouray Building, opposite the
Patent Office -- our 'phone number is Main 4260. We shall always be
glad to see you and explain things to you, whether you buy or not.

Vet Entrulen7 yorAgent


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State of Florida and that State's great resources are behind the
drainage of the Everglades -- when drained they will be the GArPENM- 0"
BPOT OF THE WORLD and famous the world over, and those fortunate
enough to buy now, while the price is, comparatively speaking, on
the ground floor, will, indeed, take pride in their foresight and
judgment. The national -- I might almost say international --
reputation of one of the greatest drainage engineers is behind this
great reclamation project. Please Investigate it. Above ALL things
get some of it NOW and reap the benefit of near-future values. In
my opinion, you cannot invest your money to better advantage anywhere
else in the country.

If you cannot work the land yourself, we can show you how it-
S' can be worked for you.

Make up a party, go down to the Everglades and see this won-
derful country for yourself. Excursions run out of Washington twice
a month. You will return glad you went, glad you bought.

Come to one of our stereoptioon lectures.- notice enclosed.
Make up a party among your friends and spend a pleasant, highly
profitable evening as our guests. Come and see our soil exhibits,
tropical fruits and plants --take a sample of our soil exhibit
away with you, have it analyzed and prove to your own satisfaction
just what it is and will do. We show you this wonderful country with
the aid of magnificently colored slides, some of which were made
from photographs taken by an employee in the Government Printing
Office. All these things will oonvin.e you that HERE is your op-
portunity -- the one you have been looking for.

Ladies are particularly welcome at our lectures, We oan refer
them to one of their number in the Forest Service, who returned from
a visit to the Everglades enthusiastic over her purchase of twenty
acres. She is urging her friends to buy.

We can help you to pay for your land -- come and let us explain
how we can do this.

Don't throw this letter and literature into the waste paper
basket. Please read it carefully, then pass it along by so doing,
you will not only accommodate us, but your friends still more.

Come and see us at your lunch hour, or on your way home from
the office. We are centrally located, on the ground floor. Our
address is 809 G Street, N. W., -- Ouray Building, opposite the
SPatent Office our 'phone number is Main 4860. We shall always be
glad to see you and explain things to you, whether you buy or not.

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Dear Sir:
Please give me the number of white people, and colored
people, that have registered in your Precinct up-to-date.
Yours truly,
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Dear .i. ill:--

As I haven't heard anything from you since my
letter of Sept. 7th in regard to paying up balance of Tract 41
in full, nor received any "0.00 monthly payments since your
letter of June 25th, I've been wondering just what is bein'p
done the matter, and whether possibly you did not fully under-
stand my letters of Aug.35th and Sept.7th.

First, as to Liberty Bonds. Surely I have been
more than fair to agree to accept U.S.Liberty Bonds at nar value,
but I want the bonds themselves so that I can hold them 'till they
mature and that way get my money out of them. I could not be
expected to agree to accept the proceeds if the bonds are sold.
In that case, I would be entitled to the full amount in cash,
for balance of $30640 which is still due me on tract 41. AS
I have also offered to purchase at oar value Bond for '~5. o
frt-' you in case the buyers paid you in Liberty Bond, I don't
see where I have not been liberal all around.

Ofcourse if you remit a check over the amount
of $306.40 I will return that to you. I only want' ,hat is due
me, but as I mentioned before, the proceeds of what the bonds
will now bring on the market is not acceptable and I have never
agreed to those terms by contract or letter. Let the buyers
stick to our contract. You know me to be strictly honest and
that{do not want one cent more than agreed upon, but I do insist
receiving that much if the buyers do not want to forfeit their
contract.

As I said in my previous letter, if I have been
unfair in my demands in any way whatever, please he free to take /
up in the matter, but I have conzulted those versed in lepal
matters, and they say that I am staying by the contract. I surely
do not 'vn .t to offend y.i u in any wa, y, but t"]',-i, -,rt tr. rtj,- t n
your Pri =n L-hi n. IT annr-r ",i t? vour t lnri- 111 n t .ra.-t -.1 r.'. -r- -r 1
hope ',- u "i 11 'i?".a's r1f track' t 4' a ].:o. All I ai'-k i- t,-. t..-t
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6y0. due p yn-nt?, orr 0 uLrt in full. in .a:.,h i'. i .-r. 1- r .i
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EDSEL B. FORD; President.
F.L.KLINGENSMITH,Vice Pres&Treas.
B. J. CRAIG,Secretary.


Automobile Manufacturers
Automobile Manufacturers


FACTORY AND GENERAL OFFICES
DETROIT


Jacksonville, Fla.


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Mr George C Barco
West Pal.m Ibech Pla


IN REPLYING REFERTO 8
ALL STATEMENTS OR AGREEMENTS CONTAINED IN THIS LETTER ARE CONTINGENT ON STRIKES, ACCIDENTS,FIRES,OR ANY OTHER CAUSES BEYOND OUR CONTROLAND ALL
CONTRACTSARE SUBJECTTO APPROVAL BY THE SIGNATUREOFA DULY AUTHORIZED EXECUTIVE OFFICER OFTHIS COMPANY. CLERICAL ERRORS SUBJECT TO CORRECTION.


Dear Sir:

** regret to inform yocu that we cannot pass any
credit on the tractor differential gear and worm L'e1r recently
returned to us by you, removed from tractor 92415. These :p rt's
show evidence of having been run without any lubrication wh~at-
ever, therefore, our reasons for not passing credit on same.



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