Business Correspondence. Sept. 1, 1928 - Oct. 31, 1928

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Business Correspondence. Sept. 1, 1928 - Oct. 31, 1928
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Everglades (Fla.)
Okeechobee, Lake (Fla.)
Okeelanta (Fla.)

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University of Florida
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BROWARD COUNTY PORT DISTRICT
BROWARD COUNTY CREATED BY LEGISLATIVE ACT 1927
PORT AUTHORITY ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICES LAKE MABEL HARBOR
C. C. FREEMAN, CHAIRMAN P. O. BOX C.
HOLLYWOOD
RALPH J. BLANSETRDLE FORT LAUDERDALE. FLORIDA
MARTIN C. FROST.
DANIA
SAMUEL L. DRAKE.
FORT LAUDERDALE
C. L. CHANCE. ATTORNEY September 5 1928




Dr. Those E. Will,
Fort Lauderdale, Plorida.


My dear Dr. Will:


I expected to see you at the Chamber of Commerce
Board meeting this afternoon, I supposed we would discuss
the data which you, Colonel Powell, Mr. Ketchin, myself
and others were accumulating. I gave the profile map
covering the North River Canal to Colonel Powell as he
is on the committee and a practical engineer, contractor,
and construction man; suggest, therefore, that you get in
touch with him and we all clear our information through
Colonel Powell, covering the engineering and construction
features. I do not think there is a more sound con-
struction man in this section than Colonel Powell.

I am sorry I did not get to see you at Board
meeting as I thought you would be there.


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October 26, 1928




Hon. Thomas E. Will
Ft.Lauderdale, Fla.


Dear Sirs :,

This will acknowledge your letter of October 24th, wherein you explain
that you are inviting Mr. Gerren and myself to divide time equally with
you on discussing the question:

"HOW MAY THE HIGHEST INTERESTS OF THE SCHOOLS OF THIS COUNTY .
BEST BE PROMOTED IN THE IMMEDIATE FUTURE?"

at Stranahan Park next Thursday evening November 1st.

I shall be very glad to accept your courteous invitation to participate
in this meeting if it can possibly be arranged. According to a plan .:-
which was completed yesterday, all the Broward County Democratic ; "i
nominees are to attend a Rally and Barbecue at Dania next Thursday.
evening, November 1st. Would it be possible for you to change your -: '''
meeting to a time that would not conflict with the one at Dania? ..

I should be glad to hear from you.

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My dear 1Mr.0hapman:--
Am still fighting the Glades battles,as one night
swim up NiaUara Rapids. T7y son edsapethe hurricane
by a hairs breadth.
Hiihty glad to welcome you to our League: the fighting.-
unit here.
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And the Back Country will then help the town. .
Lauderdale needs the Glades worse than the Glades need Lauderdale. 'Lauderdale can't live
on.tourists. SHE MUST PRODUCE:
That means her Everglades must be farmed. Then, as in Dade County, factories will follow.
These will bring pay-rolls, and a YEAR-ROUND TOWN.
But the Everglades must have reclamation funds. Hence the Broward Drainage District must
sell its bonds.
But it must first have more people andinore values in it. This the bond-buyers insist on.
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Further, it will help put a foundation under Lauderdale, and make it a city.



.helped build the Coast, rather than the Everglades?
Do you know that, for 15 years, most of the 20,000 old Everglades buyers have been barred
out from.their own properties, kept from voting, and taxed without representation?
Do you want to keep this up? Do you know that, badly as it hurts the Everglades buyers, it
hurts you still worse?
SIf you want to do justice to Evergladers and yourself at the same time, VOTE "YDE S" on
This referendum.
BSo ie have said,- "We won't vote any more money to the old Board."

But do you know that these men are all out?
S bo a, You ask, "Who will follow them?" I answer, "Let the Everglades owners name their own
board, by petition;a and then let us all petition the Governor to appoint them. If, later the Ever-
S. gladers want these men removed, let the Governor remove them." That's POPULAR GOVERN-
MENT, and it's the solution of th problem.
SVOTE "YESD" And t help the Evergladers get their own kind of a Board.
THOMAS E. WILL,
Do y209 S. W. Sixth Ave., City.

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THOSE. E. WILL. GENERAL MANAGER
209 SOUTHWEST SIXTH AVENUE

FORT LAUDERDALE, FLA.


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1Ir.Lloyd Fennlo, /
Clerk's Office,
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My dear 'Tr'Fenno.--
I thank you for return of receipts for redemption payments.
The bill as rendered rnd.'ecei-ted for is:--
1--Zrs- 95 --98,incls,"16.12
2-- ots 61 to 183,incl,6.78
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VOTE "YES"

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Broward Drainage District Referendum

This referendum ought to carry, BIG. It's the ONE THING that will hell the Back Country.
And the Back Country will then help the town.
Lauderdale needs the Glades worse than the Glades need Lauderdale. Lauderdale can't live
on tourists. SHE MUST PRODUCE.
That means her Everglades must be farmed. Then, as in Dade County, factories will follow.
These will bring pay-rolls, and a YEAR-ROUND TOWN.
But the Everglades must have reclamation funds. Hence the Broward Drainage District must
sell its bonds.
But it must first have more people and more values in it. This the bond-buyers insist on.
This won't cost Lauderdale one cent. It will cost Broward County one little mill on the dollar, about
$7,000 or $8,000 per year.
But the new taxes and new business this will bring will turn this little outgo into a BIG INCOME.
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This referendum ought to carry, BIG. It's the ONE THING that will help the Back Country.
And the Back Country will then help the town.
Lauderdale needs the Glades worse than the Glades need Lauderdale. Lauderdale can't live
on tourists. SHE MUST PRODUCE.
That means her Everglades must be farmed. Then, as in Dade County, factories will follow.
These will bring pay-rolls, and a YEAR-ROUND TOWN.
But the Everglades must have reclamation funds. Hence the Broward Drainage District must
sell its bonds.
But it must first h\ve more people and more values in it. This the bond-buyers -insist on.
This won't cost Lauderdale one cent. It will cost Broward C.unty one little mill on the dollar, about
$7,000 or $8,000 per year.
But the new taxes and new business this will bring will turn this little outgo into a BIG INCOME.

Further, it will heIp put a foundation under Lauderdale, and make it a city.

Do you know how the Everglades have been carrying the Coast?
Do you know Broward's Everglades have paid in $700,000 or $800,000, most of which has
helped build the Coast. rather than the Everglades?
Do you know that, for 15 years, most of the 20,000 old Everglades buyers have been barred
S out from their own properties, kept from voting, and taxed without representation?
Do you want to keep this up? Do you know that, badly as it hurts the Everglades buyers, it
hurts you still worse?
If you want to do justice to Evergladers and yourself at the same time, VOTE "Y E S" on
this referendum.
Some have said, "We won't vote any more money to the 61d Board."
But do you know that these men are all out?
You ask, "Who will follow them?" I answer, "Let the Everglades owners name their own
board, by petition; and then let us all petition the Governor to appoint them. If, later, the Ever-
gladers want these men removed, let the Governor remove them." That's POPULAR GOVERN-
MENT, and it's the solution of this problem.
VOTE "YES." And then help the Evergladers get their own kind of a Board.

^ THOMAS E. WILL,
209 S. W. Sixth Ave., City.

Wright Printery
W. Broward Blvd. at 12th Ave.

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Broward Drainage District Referendum

This referendum ought to carry, BIG. It's the ONE THING that will help the Back Country.
And the Back Country will then help the town.
Lauderdale needs the Glades worse than the Glades need Lauderdale. Lauderdale can't live
on tourists. SHE MUST PRODUCE.
That means her Everglades must be farmed. Then, as in Dade County, factories will follow.
These will bring pay-rolls, and a YEAR-ROUND TOWN. 1
But the Everglades must have reclamation funds. Hence the Broward Drainage District must
sell its bonds.
But it must first have more people and more values in it. This the bond-buyers insist on.
This.won't cost Lauderdale one cent. It will cost Broward County one little mill on the dollar, about
$7,000 or $8,000 per year.
But the new taxes and new business this will bring will turn this little outgo into a BIG INCOME.
Further, it will help put a foundation under Lauderdale, and make it a city.






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Oct. 20, 1928.


Thomas E. Will, Esq.,
ft. Lauderdale, Fla.,

My.daer Mr. Willk, I

Your letter of October 18 has been received. I
heard about the gooR work of the Coast Guard while I was in
Tampa attending the ceremonies in connection with the dedication
of a tablet to the U. S. Coast Guard vessel SS Tampa.

I am glad to have Captain Jacks suggestion. It seems
to me it is entirely feasible and proper to have this help by the
Federal Government, and will pursue the matter with vigor. There
ought to be more than one of these buildings of refuge in the
Lake Qkeechobee region.

Where would you suggest they should be placed?

I am going to follow this diligently. It is a practical and
helpful suggestion. I have asked Mr. Hill to send you the latest
report by the engineers on the Okeechebee survey.

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Wolfe's Dressmaking and Tailoring College
Room 205 Ewing Building, 3542 Main Street
Kansas City, Mo.
September 27tn.1928, .
Mr,and Mrs.Thomas E.Will, .:4'
FT,Lauderdale,Fla,
Dear Friends:-
I suppose you will be surprised ,to receive a letter from U~
at this time but we are anxious to know how you all are in FT. LauTCeu~4'.
-dale after the recent storm?

Theo from what we gather from the K.C. news papers,you diQ4t':4 ~'
e-seem to be in the storms pathor if go just the edge of same but at ."'
that it dos'nt take only the edge sometimes to do a world of damag.';I

We sincerely hope your home and family was not in the path ef "
the storm and that FT,Lauderdale in general was fortunate enough to
be out of the storms path.
It is certainly very unfortunate that such a nice part of
Florida has to be hit with these storms so often it seems in reoamt. -.',
years,it is certainly an awful blow to the country in general and'
especially that part in a certain radius,it makes one wonder if it wi
ever be a safe place in which to live,
Of course Florida is'nt the only State Or Island that se8 0
have such calamaties but Florida is so_olose seemingly to us. up
that we notice it more,and with us having our little tract of JladL.
down in the Everglades,we watch it very olosely,and have been h q-
that some day in the very near future we could go down there' an
live in that part of the country,as we ooth liked it so much when
were down there in,I believe 122,

;We often think of you and wonder how things are going forfl
and your family in general,as you were sonice to us when we were
there we couldn't very well forget you altogather,we were just
some friends Fla, pictures Sunday,and run across those we haa tak-ea
up at Okeelanta with you,we told them what a nice time we had wfth

And do you ever see Capt.J.W.Ziegler and family that liiv
FT,Lauderdale at the timePwere down there,you remember we went 4;'
,to FT.Lauderdale on his freighter,and you furnished us with the .
bedding for our nights ride down the canal.
If they are still down there when you see them remember p',
to them as they were so nice to us also, will nuver forget how. .
"pretty it was the morning we arrived at FT. Lauderdale thbt 'lt
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| Brdward Drainage District Referendum

This referendum ought to carry, BIG. It's the ONE THING that will help the Back Country.
And the Back Country will then help the town.
Lauderdale needs the Glades-worse than the Glades need Lauderdale. Lauderdale can't live
'on tourists. .SHE MUST PRQDUCE.
That means her'Everlades must be farmed. Then, as in Dade County, factories will follow.
., .These will bring pay-rolls, and a YEAR-ROUND TOWN.
But the Everglades must have reclamation funds. Hence the Broward Drainage District must
se i.ts londs.
'ut,it must fist have more people and more values in it. This the bond-buyers insist on.
n.t cost Lauderdale one cent. It will cost Broward County one little mill on the dollar, about
I'rr $8,000 .per year.
Bi^ tt^lie new taxes and new business this will bring.will turn this little outgo into a BIG INCOME.
:.o.he l T ttw1I help.pt :a foundation under Lauderdale, and pake it a city.
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October 29, 1928







Hon. Thos. E. Will
Ft.Lauderdale, Fla.


Dear Sir:

At a meeting of the Democratic Central Committee this
afternoon, the meeting scheduled for Dania next Thursday
night was changed to Friday night.

This leavesme free to accept your invitation to speak in
the Park next Thursday evening together with yourself and
Mr. John Gerren. I should be glad to hear from you
regarding the time each speaker is to use, the order of
the program and any other arrangements which you have made
regarding this.

Yours very truly,



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Oot.29,1Y92.

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Ilm till fi. ltini the Glardo3 battles,as one
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1.y son escapeJ the hurriicne. by a hair's breadth;
but with buildi.i and "-.uines-. wrecked,.
Thi L iog1- i : htin,, Unitewith the ,IUi PQG1~R1
t1at covers th,- c-Alind. 3hi-ll be mighty glad to
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SE\ ENTH FLOOR. INGRAHAM BUILDING
MIAMI. FLORIDA
Sept. 8, 1928.









Dr. Thomas E. Will, '
209 S. W. 6th Ave.,
Fort Lauderdale, Fla.

1My dear Dr. Will:

You will recall that on March 30, 1927 we
loaned you $65.64.

If you can possibly arrange to do so, would
appreciate a reimbursement of the loan at this time,
as we ourselves are having considerable difficulty in
satisfying our creditors.

Even if you cannot send the whole amount in
one remittance, forward as much as possible, and then
pay the remainder at so much a month.

With kindest personal regards,

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o you now now tne nvergiaaes nave been carrying the Coast?

SDo you know Broward's Everglades have paid in $700,000 or $800,000, most of which has
i" helped build the Coast, rather than the Everglades?

-: Do you know that: for 15 years, most of the 20.000 old Everglades buyers have been barred
out from their own properties. kept from voting, and taxed without representation?

; Do you want to keep this up? Do you know that, badly as it hurts the Everglades buyers, 'it
hurts you still worse?

SIf you want to do justice to Evergladers and yourself at the same time, VOTE "YE S" 6n
this referendum.

,.i Some have said. "We won't vote any more money to the old Board."

.. But do you know that these men are all out?

You ask, "Who will follow them?" I answer, "Let the Everglades owners name their own
board, by petition; and then let us all petition the Governor to appoint them. If, later, the Ever-
gladers want these men removed, let the Governor remove them." That's POPULAR GOVERN-
MENT, and it's the solution of this problem.

XVOTE "YES." And then help the Evergladers get their own kind of a Board.

THOMAS E. WILL,
209 S. W. Sixth Ave., City.

Wright Printery
W. Broward Blvd. at 12th Ave.









VOTE "YES"

ON THE

Broward Drainage District Referendum


This referendum ought to carry, BIG. It's the ONE THING that will help the Back Country.
And the Back Country will then help the town.
Lauderdale needs the Glades worse than the Glades need Lauderdale. Lauderdale can't live
on tourists. SHE MUST PRODUCE.
That means her Everglades must be farmed. Then, as in Dade County, factories will follow.
These will bring pay-rolls, and a YEAR-ROUND TOWN.
But the Everglades must have reclamation funds. Hence the Broward Drainage District must
sell its bonds.
But it must first have more people and more values in it. This the bond-buyers insist on.
This won't cost Lauderdale one cent. It will cost Broward County one little mill on the dollar, about
$7,000 or $8,i000 per year.
But the new taxes and new business this will bring will turn this little outgo into a BIG INCOME.
Further, it will help put a foundation under Lauderdale, and make it a city.
Do you know how the Everglades have been carrying the Coast?
Do you know Broward's Everglades have paid in $700,000 or $800,000, most of which has
helped build the Coast. rather than the Everglades?
Do you know that, for 15 years, most of the 20,000 old Everglades buyers have been barred
out from their own properties. kept from voting, and taxed without representation?
Do you want to keep this up? Do you know that, badly as it hurts the Everglades buyers, it
hurts you still worse?
If you want to do justice to Evergladers and yourself at the same time, VOTE "Y E S" on
this referendum.
Some have said, "We won't vote any more money to the old Board."
But do you know that these men are all out? -
You ask, "Who will follow them?" I answer, "Let the Everglades owners name their own
board, by petition; and then let us all petition the Governor to appoint them. If, later, the Ever-
gladers want these men removed, let'the Governor remove them." That's POPULAR GOVERN-
MENT, and it's the solution of this problem.
VOTE "YES." And then help the Evergladers get their own kind of a Board.
THOMAS E. WILL,
S209 S. W. Sixth Ave., City.

Wright Printery
W. Broward Blvd. at 12th Ave.


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CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
REoo R DEo AND PALM BEACH COUNTY
CLERK OF THE BOARD OF
COUNTY COMMISSIONERS. WEST PALM BEACH H, FLORIDA

September 20th, 1928.



Mr. Thos. E. Will,

c/o Okeelanta Settlement Company,

209 S. W. 6th Ave.,

Fort Lauderdale, Florida.

Dear Sir:

I am enclosing herewith calculations on Tract 6

Okeelanta Addition 35-44-36, and Tract 8 (N1/2) Okeelanta Addition

35-44-36. Our reason for sending these notices to you is because

Wirthwine has made application for tax deeds on same. If you

do not ieel as though you can redeem both State Drainage and Highway

Drainage, please return the calculations for the redemption of State

Drainage-together with your check for $ 9.63, as we have Mr. Wirthwine's

money for applications for tax deed for State Drainage on these

two tracts. Let us know what you can do about the State Drainage,as

we have been holding Withwine's money for tax Deed application for

State Drainage on these two tracts ever since April 1928, andwe will

now have to advertise same for tax deeds if not redeemed by September

30th, 1928, and this we hateJa.. do.

Yours truly,

Fred E. Fenno, Clerk,

09 S W 6th. Ave .
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1T.E JFR R WAGS ORGANZATiION i*
Si THE OLDEST AND LARGEST AGENCY IN THE
UNITED STATES DEVOTED EXCLUSIVELY TO
THE SALE OF REAL ESTATE IN SUBDIVISION

S 215 SOUTH OLIVE AVENUE
--EST PALM BeACH,FLORIDA


October 30, 1928.
DEPARTMENT OF SALES



Dear Dr. Will:

I have your letter of October 27th. I have read
with considerable interest the enclosures and will file
them for future reference.

I am deeply appreciative of the support which your
letter assures me of. I am definitely attempting to
give a constructive service to the district. I con-
sider your support a definite expression of approval
of my work. I trust that you will use your influence
wherever possible to assist my candidacy.

.iith very cordial aids and deep ap-
preciation, I am

sincerely yours,



Alfred H. '"a 9

Dr. Thomas E. Will,
Fort Lauderdale,
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Ft .Lauderdale ,Fla.,
Oct.29,19".

My dear r".Lee:--
.. to have neglected jour letter,but we're ::. 7 ,
with !lu~pps,hurricanes mand bankruptcies.
This whole region is literally caten up by unjust,oonfisoa-
tory taxation. It all grows out of the rotten program," Tour-
ists 0 n L IY. "fo won't work,or let others work," That would
kill any country on earth.
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for the 7- 1- P ..T ;iLhe O!LY P:.'"' :1 that will savethis
region.
hur-ioannwas BAJ)D-but ri.ld beside this loafor';t program.
T shall be ii. I_-'' glad -o -elco-e you into the League.
hat's the way to help n~ hel you.
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Broward Drainage District Referendum

This referendum ought to carry. BIG. It's the ONE THING that will help the Back Country.
And the Back Country will then help the town.
Lauderdale needs the Glades worse than the Glades need Lauderdale. Lauderdale can't live
on tourists. SHE MUST PRODUCE.
That means her Everglades must be farmed. Then, as in Dade County, factories will follow.
These will bring pay-rolls, arid a YEAR-ROUND TOWN.
But the Everglades must have reclamation funds. Hence the Broward Drainage District must
sell its bonds.
But it must firt have more people and more values in it. This the bond-buyers insist on.
This won't cost Lauderdale one cent. It will cost Broward County one little mill on the dollar, about
$7,000 or $8,000 per year.
But the new taxes and new business this will bring will turn this little outgo into a BIG INCOME.
Further, it will help put a foundation under Lauderdale, and make it a city.





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I find that the records of
the Pahokee Draii ~e District show
that the taxes on the SW- NW.- SEZ
of Section 13-42-37, for the years
1926 and 1925, amounting to aLO.00,
were paid November 30, 1927.

The 1927 taxes on the
a.ccve description are nriosid at this
date and they amount to $20.00.

Yours very truly,

PliD)KEE Drl::..GE DISTRICT,


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INVESTIGATIONS


J. P. COCHRANE
CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT
607 CITIZENS BANK BUILDING
WEST PALM BEACH, FLA.
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Mr. T-.s. E. Till,
Ft. Lauderdale,
Florida.

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Do you know that, for 15 years, most of the 20,000 old Everglades buyers have been barred
out from their own properties, kept from voting, and taxed without representation? .

Do you want to keep this up? Do you know that, badly as it hurts the Everglades buyers, it
hurts you still worse?

If you want to do justice to Evergladers and yourself at the same time, VOTE "Y E-S" on
this referendum.

Some have said, "We won't vote any more money to the old Board."

But do you know that these men are all out?

You ask, "Who will follow them?" I answer, "Let the Everglades owners name their own
board, by petition; and then let us all petition the Governor to appoint them. If, later, the Ever- 4
gladers want these men removed, let the Governor remove them." That's POPULAR GOVERN-
MENT, and it's the solution of this problem. .

VOTE "YES." And then help the Evergladers get their own kind of a Board.

THOMAS E. WILL,
209 S. W. Sixth Ave., City.

Wright Printery
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T is referendum ought to carry, BIG' It's the ONE THING that will help the Back Country:.
I.tbhe Back Country will then help t-he town. .
:Lauderdalej .eeds the Glades worse than the Glades need Lauderdale. Lauderdale can't live
t.uin sts. SHE.-1VST-PRODUCE.
OZ ". That means her Everglades must be farmed. Then, as in Dade County, factories will follow.
esi ill bring pay-rolls, and a YEAR-ROUND TOWN.
'But the Everglades must have reclamation funds. Hence the Broward Drainage District must
a1lita bonds.
.it": But it must first have more people and more values in it. This the bond-buyers insist on.
1 .iswvon't cost Lauderdale one cent. It will cost Broward County one little mill on the dollar, about
;,$7i00 or $8,000 per year.
;" But the new taxes and new business this will bring will turn this little outgo into a BIG INCOME.
iI :rter/; it will help put a foundation under Lauderdale, and make it a city.
,- D i.o-y'o.u know how the Everglades have been carrying the Coast?
D'o y6u know Broward's Everglades have paid in $700,000 or $800,000, most of which has
.hed build the Coast, rather than the Everglades?

UDo you know, that, for 15 years, most of the 20,000 old Everglades buyers have been barred
fin their own properties. kept from voting, and taxed without representation?
Dop you want to keep this up? Do you know that, badly as it hurts the Everglades buyers, it
iyou still worse?

SIfoyou want to do justice to Evergladers and yourself at the same time, VOTE "Y E S" on
l referendum.
!piSome have said, "We won't vote any more money to the old Board."
i But do you know that these men are all out?
Y.;.ou ask, "Who will follow them?" I answer, "Let the Everglades owners name their own.
i;dby petition; and then let us all petition the Governor to appoint them. If, later, the Ever-
iJ rS.want these men removed, let the Governor remove them." That's POPULAR GOVERN-
P EaT;:.and it's the solution of this problem.
S .OTE "YES." And then help the Evergladers get their own kind of a Board.
THOMAS E. WILL,
i -. 209 S. W. Sixth Ave., City.

Wright Printery
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ON THE

Broward Drainage District Referendum


This referendum ought to carry, BIG. It's the ONE THING that will help the Back Country.
And the Back Country will then help the town.
Lauderdale needs the Glades worse than the Glades need Lauderdale. Lauderdale can't live
on tourists. SHE MUST PRODUCE.
That means her Everglades must be farmed. Then, as in Dade County, factories will follow.
These will bring pay-rolls, and a YEAR-ROUND TOWN.
But the Everglades must have reclamation funds. Hence the Broward Drainage District must
sell its bonds.
But it must first have more people and more values in it. This the bond-buyers insist on.
This won't cost Lauderdale one cent. It will cost Broward County one little mill on the dollar, about
$7,000 or $8,000 per year.
But the new taxes and new business this will bring will turn this little outgo into aBIG INCOME.
Further, it will help put a foundation under Lauderdale, and make it a city.
Do you know how the Everglades have been carrying the Coast?
Do you know Broward's Everglades have paid in $700,000 or $800,000, most of which has
helped build the Coast, rather than the Everglades?
Do you know that, for 15 years, most of the 20,000 old Everglades buyers have been barred'
out from their own properties, kept from voting, and taxed without representation?
Do you want to keep this up? Do you know that, badly as it hurts the Everglades buyers, it'
hurts you still worse?
If you want to do justice to Evergladers and yourself at the same time, VOTE "Y E S" on
this referendum.
Some have said, "We won't vote any more money to the old,Board."
But do you know that these men are all out?
You ask, "Who will follow them?" I answer, "Let the Everglades owners name their~own
board, by petition; and then let us all petition the Governor to appoint* them. If, later, the Ever-
gladers want these men removed, let the Governor remove them." That's POPULAR GOVERN-
MENT, and it's the solution of this problem.
VOTE "YES." And then help the Evergladers get their own kind of a Board.

THOMAS E. WILL,
S, 209 S. W. Sixth Ave., City.

Wright Printery
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VOTE "YES"

ON THE

Broward Drainage District Referendum


This referendum ought to carry, BIG. It's the ONE.THING that will help the Back Country.
And the Back Country will then help the town.
Lauderdale needs the Glades worse than the Glades need .Lauderdale. Lauderdale can't live -
on tourists. ,SHE MUST PRODUCE.
That means her Everglades must be farmed. Then, as in Dade County, factories will follow.
These will bring pay-rolls, and a YEAR-ROUND TOWN.
But the Everglades must have reclamation funds. Hence the Broward Drainage District must
sell its bonds.
But it must first have.more people and more values in it. This the bond-buyers insist on.
This won't cost Lauderdale one cent. It will cost Broward County one little mill on the dollar, about
$7,000 or $8,000 per year.
But the new taxes and new business this will bring will turn this little outgo into a BIG INCOME.
Further, it will help put a foundation under Lauderdale, and make it a city.
Do you know how the Everglades have been carrying the Coast?
Do you know Broward's Everglades have paid in $700,000 or $800,000, most of which -has
helped build the Coast, rather than the Everglades?
Do you know that. for 15 years, most of the 20,000 old Everglades buyers have been barred
out from their own properties. kept from voting, and taxed without representation?'.
Do you want to keep this up? Do you know that, badly as it hurts the Everglades buyers, it
hurts you still worse?
If you want to do justice to Evergladers and yourself at the same time, VOTE "Y E S" on
this referendum.
Some have said, "We won't vote any. more money to the old Board."
But do you know that these men are all out?
You ask, "Who will follow them?" I answer, "Let the Everglades owners name their own
board, by petition; and then let us all-petition the Governor to appoint them. If, later, the Ever-
gladers want these men removed,..let the Governor remove them." That's POPULAR GOVERN-
MENT, and it's the solution of this problem.
VOTE "YES." And then help the Evergladers get their own kind of a Board.
THOMAS E. WILL,
209 S. W. Sixth Ave.' City.

Wright Printery
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Lauderdale needs the Glades worse than the Glades need Lauderdale. Lauderdale can't live
on tourists. SHE MUST PRODUCE.
That means her Everglades must be farmed. Then, as in Dade County, factories will follow.
These will bring pay-rolls, and a YEAR-ROUND TOWN.
But the Everglades must have reclamation funds. Hence the Broward Drainage District must
sell its.bonds.
But it must firrt have more people and more values in it. This the bond-buyers insist on.
This won't cost Lauderdale one cent. It will cost Broward County one little mill on the dollar, about
$7,000 or $8,000 per year.
But the new taxes and new business this will bring will turn this little outgo into a BIG INCOME.
Further, it will help put a foundation under Lauderdale, and make it a city.
-Do you know how the Everglades have been carrying the Coast?
Do you know Broward's Everglades have paid in $700,000 or $800,000, most of which has
helped build the Coast, rather than the Everglades?
Do you know that. for 15 years, most of the 20,000 old Everglades buyers have been barred
S out from their own properties. kept from voting, and taxed without representation?
Do you want to keep this up? Do you know that, badly as it hurts the Everglades buyers, it
hurts you still worse?
If you want to do justice to Evergladers and yourself at the same time, VOTE "Y E S" on
this referendum.
Some have said, "We won't vote any more money to the old Board.'"
But do you know that these men are all out?
You ask, "Who will follow them?" I answer, "Let the Everglades owners name their own
board, by petition; and then let us all petition the Governor to appoint them. If, later, the Ever-
gladers want these men removed, let the Governor remove them." That's POPULAR GOVERN-
MENT, and it's the solution of this'problem.
VOTE "YES." And then help the Evergladers get their own kind of a Board..

THOMAS E. WILL,
209 S. W. Sixth Aye., City.
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CASHIER'S OFFICE


Sept. 21, 1928
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Mr. Thomas E. Will,
209 S. W. Sixth Ave,
Fort Lauderdalq, Fla.

Dear Sir:

Replying to your letter of Sept. 10, we realize
that you have been financially handicapped by the
closing of the Fort Lauderdale Bank & Trust Co,
and we are willing to allow you additional terms
in which to pay us for your unpaid check in the
amount of $5.73.

Your past business is appreciated and we are glad
to assist you by extending your account. We shall
like, however, for you to let us know when you ex-
pect to be able to pay and a stamped envelope is
enclosed for your reply.

We have referred the clipping you sent us regarding
Broward County to our Agricultral Founation as
we are sure they will be interest.


AL/S Very truly yours,

Sears, Roebuck and Co.

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VOTE "YES"

ON THE

Broward Drainage District Referendum

This referendum ought to carry, BIG. It's the ONE THING that will help the Back Country.
-And the Back Country will then help the town.
Lauderdale needs the Glades worse than the Glades need Lauderdale. Lauderdale can't live
on tourists. SHE MUST PRODUCE.
That means her Everglades must be farmed. Then, as in Dade County, factories will follow.
These will bring pay-rolls, and a YEAR-ROUND TOWN.
But the Everglades must have 'reclamation funds. Hence the Broward Drainage District must
sell ils bonds.
But it must first have more people and more values in it. This the bond-buyers insist on.
This won't cost Lauderdale one cent. It will cost Broward County one little mill on the dollar, about
$7,000 or $8,000 per year.
But the new taxes and new business this will bring will turn this little outgo into a BIG INCOME.
Further, it will help put a foundation under Lauderdale, and make it a city.


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ORANGE VILLA
Davie RED No 1
Fort Lauderdale Florida October 29th 1928


Dr Thos E Wills
Fort Lauderdale Florida

Sear Prof. Wills:

Your letters of 24th and 26th received, together with the

enclosures, which have a very strong appeal for any thoughtful

person.

I cannot however get into politics any further than I have

done already. With the multitude of duties I labor under in con-

nection with the Federation work, the Club here, and my church work

I am simply swamped. I only accepted the presidency of the Hoover

Woman's Club at Hollywood with the understanding that all detail

work was to betaken off my hands by others, and the same understanding

was had when they put me on the republican county committee.

With my very best wishes for your personal success I am

Sincerely


(Irs C A Walsh)


Mr Walsh speaks very highly of your qualifications for
the office you are a candidate for.


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VOTE "Y]

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Referendum


This referendum ought to carry, BIG. It's the ONE THING that will help the Back Country.
And the Back Country will then help the town.
Lauderdale needs the Glades worse than the Glades need Lauderdale. Lauderdale can't live
on tourists. SHE MUST PRODUCE.
That means her Everglades must be farmed. Then, as in Dade County, factories will follow.
These will bring pay-rolls, and a YEAR-ROUND TOWN.
But the Everglades must have reclamation funds. Hence the Broward Drainage District must
sell its bonds.
But it must first have more people and more values in it. This the bond-buyers insist on.
This won't cost Lauderdale one cent. It will cost Broward County one little mill on the dollar, about
$7,000 or $8,000 per year.
But the new taxes qnd new business this will bring will turn this little outgo into a BIG INCOME.
Further, it will help put a foundation under Lauderdale. and make it a city.
Do you know how the Everglades have been carrying the Coast?
SDo you know Broward's Everglades have paid in $700,000 or $800,000, most of which has
helped build the Coast. rather than the Everglades?
Do you know that, for 15 years, most of the 20,000 old Everglades buyers have been barred
out- from their own properties. kept from voting, and taxed without representation?
Do you want to keep this up? Do you know that, badly as it hurts the Everglades buyers, it
hurts you still worse?


If you want to do justice to Evergladers and yourself at the sarne time, VOTE "Y E S" on
this referendum.
Some have said, "We won't vote any more money to the old Board."
But do you know that these men are all out?
You ask, "Who will follow them?" I answer, "Let the Everglades owners name their own
board, by petition; and then let us all petition the Governor to appoint them. If, later, the Ever-
gladers want these men removed, let the Governor remove them." That's POPULAR GOVERN-
MENT, and it's the solution of this problem.
VOTE "YES." And then help the Evergladers get their own kind of a Board.
S., THOMAS E. WILL,
..- J 209 S. W. Sixth Ave., City.
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VOTE "YES"

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Broward Drainage District Referendum

This referendum ought to carry, BIG. It's the ONE THING that will help the Back Country.
And the Back Country will then help the town.
Lauderdale needs the Glades worse than the Glades need Lauderdale. LauderdaJe'can't live
on tourists. SHE MUST PRODUCE.
That means her Everglades must be farmed. Then, as in Dade County, factories will follow.
These will bring pay-rolls, and a YEAR-ROUND TOWN.
But the Everglades must have reclamation funds. Hence the Broward Drainage District must
sell its bonds.
But it must first have more people and more values in it. This the bond-buyers insist on.
This won't cost Lauderdale one cent. It will cost Broward County one little mill on the dollar, about
$7,000 or $8,000 per year.
But the new taxes and new business this will bring will turn this little outgo into a BIG INCOME.
Further, it will help put a foundation under Lauderdale, and make it a city.
Do you know how the Everglades have been carrying the Coast?
Do you know Broward's Everglades have paid in $700.000 or $800.000, most of which has
helped build the Coast, rather than the Everglades?
Do you know that. for 15 years, most of the 20,000 old Everglades buyers have been barred
out from their own properties, kept from voting, and taxed without representation?
Do you want to keep this up? Do you know that, badly as it hurts the Everglades buyers, it
hurts you still worse?
If you want to do justice to Evergladers and yourself at the same time, VOTE "Y E-S" on
this referendum.
Some have said, "We won't vote any more money to the old Board."
But do you know that these men are all out?
You ask, "Who will follow them?" I answer, "Let the Everglades owners name their own
board, by petition; and then let us all petition the Governor to appoint them. If, later, the Ever-
gladers want these men removed, let the Governor remove them." That's POPULAR GOVERN-
MENT, and it's the solution of this problem.
VOTE "YES." And then help the Evergladers get their own kind of a Board.
THOMAS E. WILL,
209 S. W. Sixth Ave., City.

Wright Prinmery
W. Broward Blvd. at 12th Ave.


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3so11-troa^Gd -rAt.*-. hiw atanedoe.a finely it1 .ir. t ynesrwa Go'itmrisuly, rirghtl
h v'tod- a1 there you have t3he as a ne soil M trota f. rTE S'Aaf,awnd 3SA :0.; A7.
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p@epl@ th their own lanruape or at least near renugh to it so
they can understand it and so that their attention will not be
called to their ignorance or lack of education. Now just a little
more When you tell people or infer that they are or have been
hungry and cold you infer inability incompetenca aand failure.
reference to"starving and trembling"is more of the same people
don't lbke that and you are off to a wrong start at the very k;f;
beginning.
inng. You wont bring people to the Everglades with poetry.

Now Dr Will I have an Idea you think I have more presumption
than is necessary but I have wanted to write you this long time
but did not know how to go at it and your last letter made it
possible for me to write youve had the brickbats now for yhe
bouquets. This new typewritten description and information is byd--
far the best one yet. """
Facts are I have been giving half of my time this past
seven weeks to trying to interest people in Florida I find a
splendid interest in many cases but I find it extremely
difficult to find people who are in a position to actually
get up and go.
I am very anxious to get a mag showing section range and
township I am about to trade a 1Q:t..ere for a teg acre tract in
sec 17 Twp 44 Range 36. is a tract of ten acres in sec 17 worth
say 8800.00 seven or eight hundred dollars is the value of
the lot I 11 giving in trade but it will increase the fact to -
consider is that I have several lots here but do not have
any south Ochechoobee land and would like to have sone hut
l6ke so many others do not have the cash to buy.

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This referendum ought to carry, BIG. It's the ONE THING that will help the Back Country.
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Lauderdale needs the Glades worse than theGlades need Lauderdale. Lauderdale can't live
on tourists. SHE MUST PRODUCE.
That means her Everglades must be farmed. Then, as in Dade County, factories will follow.
* These will bring pay-rolls, and a YEAR-ROUND TOWN.
But the Everglades must have reclamation funds. Hence the Broward Drainage District must
sell its bonds.
But it must first have more people and more values in it. This the bond-buyers insist on.
This won't cost Lauderdale one cent. It will cost Broward County one little mill on the dollar, about
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A.7k ,LLWESSAGES TAKEN RY THIS .COMPANY ARE SUBJECT E1TO TLOI

Toguard against mistakespr delias., Li i ofaaehoultftrIt-atled, t ee b t o foromparion
peelialf.the unkepeated domestic message rate ar.ontp-cuarterli unre led cable.-ssageftt chagd aaddltq' j41tes oiherwigasdiated on ltsface,-l is. an
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pated-meaage. ate beyond the sum of five hundte dollars; noa fofmistakes or delaysin the transmission or delivery, or for nn-deliey of, any me eceved
Stramnsmlon at.the ripeated-message rate beyond the sUm of five th6usandvdoUllars.i lessspccialJy.aIued;' nr in.ay case fo delays ang from Aiavoia e Int t
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2. In any event the company shall not be libei for'damages for. mitarei or delays in tlnftransmuxsBon o deli ,ery, or or. the.non-delivery,-ofany message..whiti .s -
caussed by the negligence of itsaervants or otherwise,' bqond the sum of five.tbousaid dollars. at which amounteach.message is deemed to be valued,,unless greater .
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4. Domestic nessages and incoming cable messages i l be dlvered free within one-half mile o the company '..pfie. li .toWrs 'f 5.000 population or Ies..." .;
and within one mile of such office In otbe'dles:or-towns. Beyond tiese.llmmi the company.does not .udertdke Lomakeelivery but will .without lablty, at the n
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5. No responsibility-attachea to this company concerning messages until .the same are accepted at one of ils transmitting offices and if a.message-1s sent to such.
office by one of the company's messengers, he acts for.that.,purpose ps tteagent of the sender. -. ...
6. The company willnot be Ilabje for damages or'statutoiy,penalutes. any .case.whee the claim, is not presented m writing within s day after the message
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7. It i agreed that in any action Ty the company to recover the Lolls for any message or messages the prompt and correct tran mission and delivery thereof shall be .. '.
presumed, subject to rebuttal by competent evidence. .
8.. Special terms governing the transmission of Tessages avcordintg.to their classes, as enumerated below, shall apply to messagesin each-of such.respective. classes .. -
s In addition to all the foregoing terms., -
9. No employee of the company is authorized ovary tiheoregoing. THE WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH COMPANY "'.
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CLASSES OF SERVICE
-"TELEGRAMS -- ard telegram rate for II words shall be charged [or the transmission of 50 wotds
or less. and one-fifth of such'tandard telegram rate fir 10 words shall be charged ::
A full-rate expedited service. .for each additional 10 words or less.
NIGHT MESSAGES SPECIAL ERMBS APPLYING TO MIGHI LETTERS: .. .
In further consideration of the reduced rates-for this special Night Letter.ser -" "
Accepted up'to 2.00 A.I. at reduced rates to be sent during the night and deli- ice, the following special terms in addition to those enumerated above are hereby.'' ':.
cred not earlier than the morning of the ensuing business day. agreed to:
Night Messages may at the option cf the Telegraph Company be mailed at des-. a. Night Letters may at the option of the.Telegraph Company be mailed at
lination to the addressees, and the Company shall be deemed to have discharged destination to the addresses, and the Company shall be deemed to'have dis- r
its obligation in such cases with respect, o delivery by mailing such night messages charged its obligation in such cases with respect to delivery by mailingsiuch Night
at destination, postage prepaid. Letters at desunat.on. postage prepaid.
aDAY LET S Night Letters shall be written in plain English. Code language is not per-
DAY LETTERS .. miiible.
A deferred day service'at rates lower than the standard telegram rates as fol- No employee of the Company is authorized tp vary the foregoing.
lows: One and one-half times the standard night letter rate for the transmission. FULLRATE CABLES
of 50 wordatsr less and one-fifth of the initial rates for each additional 10 words :
or less. An expedited service throughout. Code language permitted. :" : ^ .
SPEaCIAL "aERMS APPLYING J0 DA LEERS: DEFERRED HALF*RATE CABLES '- ".
In further consideration of the reduced rate for this special Day Letter service. DEFERRED- RT._ .HAL. RA -C B S ..
the fdoowing special terms in addition to those enumerated above are hereby Half-rate messages are subject tobeing deleired in favdr of full rate messages
agreed'b: for noL exceeding 24 hours. Must be.in language of'country of origin or of destina-
A. Day Letters may be forwarded by the Telegraph Company as a deferred tion, orsin French.. This class of service is in effect with most.Europeanacopntries' .. .' ".
-. service and the transmission and delivery of such Day Letters is, m all respects, and with various other countries throusbout the world.. Full particulars supplied,'. :.-...
: subordinate to thl priority of transmission and delivery of regular telegrams. on application at any Western'Unioh Office. I :' ..
". Day Letters shall be written in plain English. Code language is not per-
misible. CABLE LETTERS
c. This Day Letter is received subject Lo the express understanding and agree-
ment that the Company does not undertake that a Day Letter shall be delivered For plain-language communications. The language .tf the country of des-.
on the day of its dale absolutely, and at all events; but that the Company's olliga- tination may be employed, if the Cable Letter service is n:opertil to that country;
tion ii this respect is subject to ihe condition that there shall remain sufficient Subject to delivery at the convenience of the Company within'24 hours if telegraph ; :.,
time for the transmission and delivery of such Day Letter on the day of its date delivery is selected. Delivery by mail beyond London will-b qadeif-a fii maild. ..:. ; .:
during regular office hours, subject to the priority of the transmissionn of resgilar ing address is given and the words "Post London" are written alter,the destiny.;,:. ,.-;
telegrams under the conditions named above. tion. Rate is approximately one-third of the'full' rate; minimum 20 words.; ', : *. ..;::
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1200 W. Maple Ave,
Downer's Grove Ill.,
Sept 17th 1928.


Dear Mr Will:-

Here is another letter in the same envelope wasn't
quite finished when I clo ed the other letter so here is another
thot or two that comes to me as a result of my summers experience
here

While I know it was done years ago when Florida was first
presented as a new thing I seriously doubt that any portion of
Florida can be settled by picking out and endeavoring to
interest individuals 'here and there to come down now not at
least without considerable money to work with. I do very strongly
believe that more very much more can be done thru the medium
of the CARAL and other wa er._deelopme nt in other words once
transportation begins up &nd down the North 1sRi-River Canal or"-
a very slightly expensive effort need be made to co3onize al'
the land that may be desired. Quite possibly considerable
progress can be made thruu colonization of groups thru their
organize tions for instance thru Mr Frank Morrison Sec of
the American Federation of Labor we could possibly reach the
proper authorities who could interest the miners in large
numbers .

I do not mean that I will wajo for those things because I
am working for Florida all the time and find a great deal of
splendid interest and some results will come.

I will be in Ft Lauderdale insix or esar weeks and we can
go ver the situation then, ni-the mean time I will appreciate t
it very si3-f if you will seni me i3 aip sheIn- ne the tr"c -ft
l-.r' re"'-fc: -' to in the legal description in b'e other letter ad /-
and tell me what you think it nijht be worth.

With- kindest r.-rcrds t. M'r's Vill1 an. yacurr'clf I am,

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VOTE "YES"

ON THE

Broward Drainage District Referendum


This referendum ought to carry, BIG. It's the ONE THING that will help the Back Country..
And the Back Country will then help the town.
Lauderdale needs the Glades worse than the Glades need Lauderdale. Lauderdale can't live
on tourists. SHE MUST PRODUCE.
That means her Everglades must be farmed. Then, as in Dade County, factories will follow.
These will bring pay-rolls, and a YEAR-ROUND TOWN.
But the Everglades must have reclamation funds. Hence the Broward Drainage District must
sell its bonds.
But it must fir.t have more people and more values in it. This the bond-buyers insist on.
This won't cost Lauderdale one cent. It will cost Broward County one little mill on the dollar, about
$7,000 or $8,000 per year.
But the new taxes and new business this will bring will turn this little outgo into a BIG INCOME.
Further, it will help put a foundation under Lauderdale, and make it a city.
Do you know how the Everglades have been carrying the Coast?
Do you know Broward's Everglades have paid in $700,000 or $800,000. most of which has
helped build the Coast, rather than the Everglades?
-Do you know that, for 15 years, most of the 20,000 old Everglades buyers have been barred
out from their own properties: kept from voting, and taxed without representation?
Do you want to keep this up? Do you know that, badly as it hurts the Everglades buyers, it
hurts you still worse?
If you want to do justice to Evergladers and yourself at the same time, VOTE "Y E S" on
this referendum.
Some have said, "We won't vote any more money to the old Board."
But do you know that these men are all out?
You ask, "Who will follow them?" I answer, "Let the Everglades owners name their own
board, by petition; and then let us all petition the Governor to appoint them. If, later, the Ever-
gladers want these men removed, let the Governor remove them." That's POPULAR GOVERN-
MENT, and it's the solution of this problem.
VOTE "YES." And then help the Evergladers get their own kind of a Board.
THOMAS E. WILL,
209 S. W. Sixth Ave., City.

Wright Printery
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Wolfe's Dressmaking and Tailoring College .
Room 205 Ewing Building, 3542 Main Street
Kansas City, Mo.
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Well to date we hav'nt--eceived the paser and just wonder. i. 'it.
the Editor was injured in the storm,or his plantjuined.or both?. we '. J
hope neither happened but as the storm seemed to be so severe around :i.'
that part I fear he was in for the same a number others were in
that locality,

It must be an awful jhing from what the papers say up ar,.uns&,-
the lake, region,as it seemed to make a clean sweep of so many hoPsea .,.
and families and the towns,and then the floods_following made it so
much worse,as was hard for rescuers ito be able to do any thing,

I have just been wondering if it is worth while to pay~.3tee .. l
on the tract we have down there as it seems as tho, we are getting
no .earer to relizj-ng anything from the tract than when we first
bought same,have been watching the progress they have been making
/iin different ways,but they don't seem to oe helping things much
Around Okeelanta nor south of therei
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The big SugarLen seem to be' able to get ht things they want
while it is the power of man so to do,but of course when the asamS
come that no one on this earth can olontrol then all have to be on the
same leave it seems,of course they help to improve the country in a.


way and may work out alright fob the oenerit or the whole Glaes.,but
the class Qjeoqple they seemed to have brought-Jn to the Glades doonPAf
seem to be very uplifting to me,or course in order to oDtain hebp to
take care of such ,they may have to bring in such a class as this

Well how are tbJings ,ging in_Fla, as to the Presidential .
campaign?suppose they are using all kind of tactics downt'here as
up here,that is politics these aays,I heard Borah of Idaho last nite .. ,
part of his speech was very-good and the rest was'nt O gsood as to my .
idea,want to hearSegbinson Fri, nite here,well I hope the best mam.
wins,that is the one that will help-the couory and the people "~n .",;
^general,busin~as in this part of the country has been verygLa.ok f'.,
JVsome time,so we hope for something better in the near future,

We would be glad to hear from you ,if you can find the time to"'''
write us a few lines,if you oan,t spare the time at present possib ly :..
you may a little later,if you have a paper that will give us the
exact news of the storm in general,and especially the Everglades,as we '
are mos positive FT,Lauderdale escaped same. "

We will appreciate tany news you may send us,letter preferred,
Trusting you are all well and prosperous,and escaped the storm whaS..- ?'
ever you were espeoialy interested,

Mrs Wolfe joins me in wishing you all the best of :.
"verything,v'tth re-"ras t." yo- all,
sincerely yours,

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VOTE "YES"

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Broward Drainage District. Referendum

This referendum ought to carry, BIG. It's the ONE THING that will help the Back Country.
And the Back Country will then help the town.
Lauderdale needs the Glades worse than the Glades need Lauderdale. Lauderdale can't live
on tourists. SHE MUST PRODUCE.
TlIat means her Everglades must be farmed. Then, as in Dade County, factories will follow.
These will bring pay-rolls, and a YEAR-ROUND TOWN.
But the Everglades must have reclamation funds. Hence the Broward Drainage District must
sell its bonds.
But it must fir.t have more people and morq values in it. This the bond-buyers. insist on.
This won't cost Lauder4ale one cent. It will costBroward County one little mill on the dollar, about
$7,000 or $8.000 per year.
But the new taxes and new business this will bring will turn this little outgo into a BIG INCOME.
Further, it will help put a- foundation under Lauderdale, and make it a cily.
Do you know how the Everglades have been carrying the Coast?
Do you know Broward's Everglades have paid in $700,000 or $800,000, most of which has
helped build the Coast. rather than the Everglades?
Do you know that, for 15 years, most of the 20,000 old Everglades buyers have been barred
out from their own properties, kept from voting, and taxed without representation?
Do you want to keep this up? Do you know that, badly as it hurts the Everglades buyers, it
hurts you still worse?
If you want to do justice to Evergladers and yourself at the same time, VOTE "Y E S" on
this referendum.
Some have said, "We won't vote anS' more money to the old Board."
But do you know that these men are all out?
You ask, "Who will follow them?" I answer, "Let the Everglades owners name their own--
board, by petition; and then let us all petition the Governor to appoint them. If, later, the Ever-
gladers want these men removed, let the Governor remove them." That's POPULAR GOVERN-
MENT, and it's the solution of this problem.
VOTE "YES." And then help the Evergladers get their own kind of a Board.
THOMAS E. WILL,
209 S. W. Sixth Ave., City.

Wright Printery
W. Broward Blvd. at 12th Ave.




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VOTE "YES"

ON THE

Broward Drainage District Referendum

This referendum ought td carry, BIG. It's the ONE THING that will help the Back Country.
And the Back Country will then help the town.
Lauderdale needs the Glades worse than the Glades need Lauderdale. Lauderdale can't live
on tourists. SHE MUST PRODUCE.
That means her Everglades must be farmed. Then, as in Dade County, factories will follow.
These will bring pay-rolls, and a YEAR-ROUND TOWN.
But the Everglades must have reclamation funds. Hence the Broward Drainage District must
sell its bonds.
But it must fir.t have more people and more values in it. This the bond-biuyers insist on.
This won't cost Lauderdale one cent.' It will cost" Broward County one little mill on the dollar, about
$7,000 or $8,000 per year.
But the new taxes and nev business this will bring will turn this little outgo into a BIG INCOME.
Further, it will help put a foundation under Lauderdale, and make it a city.
Do you know how the Everglades have been carrying the Coast?
Do you know Broward's Everglades have paid in $700,000 or $800,000, most of which has
helped build the Coast, rather than the Everglades?
Do you know that, for 15 years, most of the 20,000 old Everglades buyers have been barred
out from their own properties. kept from voting, and taxed without representation?
Do you want to keep this up? Do you know that, badly as it hurts the Everglades buyers, it
hurts you still worse?
If you want to do justice to Evergladers and yourself at the same time, VOTE "Y E S" on
this referendum.
Some have said, "We won't vote any more money to the old Board."
But do you know that these men are all out?
You ask, "Who will follow them?" I answer, "Let the Everglades owners name their own
board, by petition; and then let us all petition the Governor to appoint them. If, later, the Ever-
gladers want these men removed, let the Governor remove them." That's POPULAR GOVERN-
-MENT, and it's the solution of this problem.
1VOTE "YES." And then help the Evergladers get their own kind of a Board.

THOMAS E. WILL,
209 S. W. Sixth Ave., City.

Wright Printery
W. Broward Blvd. at 12th Ave.
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This referendum ought to carry, BIG. It's the ONE THING that,'ill help the Back Country.
And the Back Country will then help the town.

Lauderdale needs the Glades worse than the Glades need Lauderdale. Lauderdale can't live
on tourists. SHE MUST PRODUCE.

That means her Everglades must be farmed. Then, as in Dade County, factories will follow.
These will bring pay-rolls, and a YEAR-ROUND, TOWN.

But the Everglades must have reclamation funds. Hence the Broward Drainage District must
sell its bonds.

But it must fir.t have more people and more values in it. This the bond-buyers insist on.
This won't cost Lauderdale one cent. It will cost Broward County one little mill on the dollar, about
$7,000 or $8,000 per year.

But the new taxes and new business this will bring will turn this little outgo into a BIG INCOME.

Further, it will help put a foundation under Lauderdale, and make it a city.

Do you know how the Everglades have been carrying the Coast?

Do you know Broward's Everglades have paid in $700,000 or $800,000, most of which has
helped build the Coast, rather than the Everglades?

Do you know that, for 15 years, most of the 20,000 old Everglades buyers have been barred
out from their own properties. kept from voting, and taxed without representation?

Do you want to keep this up? Do you know that, badly as it hurts the Everglades buyers, it
hurts you still worse?

If you want to do justice to Evergladers and yourself at the same time, VOTE "Y E S" on
this referendum.

Some have said, "We won't vote any more money to the old Board."

But do you know that these men are all out?

You ask, "Who will follow them?" I,answer, "Let the Everglades owners name their own
board, by petition; and then let us all petition the Governor to appoint them. If, later, the Ever-
gladers want these men removed, let the Governor remove them." That's POPULAR GOVERN-
MENT," and it's the solution of this problem.

VOTE "YES." And then help the Evergladers get their own kind of a Board.

THOMAS E. WILL,
209 S. W. Sixth Ave., City.


Wright Printery
W. Broward BLvd. at 12th Ave.

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Do you know Broward's Everglads have paid in $700,000 or $800,000, most of which has
helped build the Coast, rather than the Everglades?

Do you know that, for 15 years, most of the 20,000 old Everglades buyers have been barred
out from their own properties. kept from voting, and taxed without representation?

Do you want to keel) this up? Do you know that, badly as it hurts the Everglades buyers, it
hurts you still worse?

If you want to do justice to Evergladers and yourself at the same time, VOTE "Y E S" on
this referendum.

Some have said, "We won't vote any more money to the old Board."

But do you know that these men are all out?

1O You ask. "Who will follow them?" I answer, "Let the Everglades owners name their own
Board, by petition; and then let us all petition the Governor to appoint them. If, later, the Ever-
gladers want these men removed, let the Governor remove them." That's POPULAR GOVERN-
MENT, and it's the solution of this problem.

VOTE "YES." And then help the Evergladers get their own kind of a Board.

THOMAS E. WILL,
209 S. W. Sixth Ave., City.

Wright Printery
W. Broward Blvd. at 12th Ave.
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VOTE "YES"

ON THE

Broward Drainage District Referendum


This referendum ought to carry. BIG. It's the ONE THING that will help the Back Country.
And the Back Country will then help the town.
Lauderdale needs the Glades worse than the Glades need Lauderdale. Lauderdale can't live
on tourists. SHE MUST PRODUCE.
That means her Everglades must be farmed. Then, as in Dade County. factories will follow.
These wi bring pay-rolls, and a YEAR-ROUND TOWN.
But the Everglades must have reclamation funds. Hence the Broward.Drainage District must
sell its bonds.
But it must first have more people and more values in it. This the bond-buyers insist on.
This won't cost Lauderdale one cent. It will cost Broward County one little mill on the dollar, about
$7,000 or $8,000 per year
But the new taxes and new business this will bring will turn-this-little outgo into a BIG INCOME.
Further, it will help put a foundation under Lauderdale. and make it a city.
Do you know how the Everglades have been carrying the Coast?
Do you know Broward's Everglades have paid in $700,000 or $800,000, most of which has
helped build the Coast. rather than the Everglades?
Do you know that, for 15 years, most of the 20,000 old Everglades buyers have been barred
out from their own properties, kept from voting, and taxed without representation?
Do you want to keep this up? Do you know that, badly as it hurts the Everglades buyers, it
hurts you still worse?
If your want to do justice to Evergladers and yourself at the same time, VOTE "Y E S" on
this referendum.
Some have said, "We won't vote any more money to the old Board."
But do you know that these men are all out?
You ask, "Who will follow them?" I answer, "Let the Everglades owners name their own
board, by petition; and then let us all petition the Governor to appoint them. If, later, the Ever-
gladers want these men removed, let the Governor, remove them." That's POPULAR GOVERN-
MENT, and it's the solution of this problem. r
VOTE "YES." And then help the Evergladers get their own kind of a Board.

THOMAS E. WILL,
209 S. W. Sixth Ave., City.

Wri'ght Printery
W. Broward Blvd. at 12th Ave.
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VOTE "YES"

ON THE
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Broward Drainage District Referendum


This referendum ought to carry, BIG. -It's the ONE THING that will help the Back Country.
And the Back Country will then help the town.
Lauderdale needs the Glades worse than the Glades need Lauderdale. Lauderdale can't live
on tourists. SHE MUST PRODUCE.
That means her Everglades must be farmed. Then, as in Dade County, factories will follow.
These will bring pay-rolls, and a YEAR-ROUND TOWN.
But the Everglades must have reclamation funds. Hence the Broward Drainage District must
sell its bonds.
But it must first have more people and more values in it. This the bond-buyers insist on.
This won't cost Lauderdale, one cent. It will cost Broward County one little mill on the dollar, about
$7,000 or $8,000 per year. /
But the new taxes and new business this will bring will turn this little outgo into a BIG INCOME.
Further, it will help put a foundation under Lauderdale, and make it a city.
Do you know how the Everglades have been carrying the Coast?
Do you know Broward's Everglades have paid in $700,000 or $800,000, most of which has
helped build the Coast, rather than the Everglades?
Do you know that, for 15 years, most of the 20,000 old Everglades buyers have been barred
out from their own properties. kept from voting, and taxed without representation?
Do you want to keep this up? Do you know that, badly as it hurts the Everglades buyers, it
hurts you still worse?
If you want to do justice to Evergladers and yourself at the same time,. VOTE "Y E S" on
this referendum.
Some have said, "We won't vote any more money to the old Board."
But do you know that these men are all out?
7ou ask, "Who will follow them?" I answer, "Let the Everglades owners name their own
board, by petition; and then let us all petition the Governor to appoint them. If, later, the Ever-
gladers want these men removed, let the Governor remove them." That's POPULARK.GOVERN-
MENT, and it's the solution of this problem.
VOTE "YES." And then help the Evergladers get their own kind of a Board.

THOMAS E. WILL,
/ 209 S. W. Sixth Ave., City.

Wright Printery
S ''. Broward Blvd. at 12th Ave.

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VOTE "YES"

ON THE

Broward Drainage District Referendum


This referendum ought to carry. BIG. It's the ONE THING that will help the Back Country.
And the Back Country will then help the town.
Lauderdale needs the Glades worse than the Glades need Lauderdale. Lauderdale can't live
on tourists. SHE MUST PRODUCE.
That means her Everglades must be farmed. Then, as'in Dade County, factories will follow.
These will bring pay-rolls, and a YEAR-ROUND TOWN.
But the Everglades must have.reclamation funds. Hence the Broward Drainage District must
sell its bonds.
But it must first have more people and more values in it. This the bond-buyers insist on.
This won't cost Lauderdale one cent. It will cost B reward County one little mill on the dollar, about
$7,-i00 or $8,000 per year.
But the new taxes and new business this will bring will turn this little outgo into a BIG INCOME.
Further, it will help put a foundation under Lauderdale. and make it a city.
Do you know how the Everglades have been carrying the Coast?
Do you know Broward's Everglades have paid in $700,000 or $800,000, most of which has
helped build the Coast. rather than the Everglades?
Do you know that. for 15 years, most of the 20.000 old Everglades buyers have been barred
out from their own properties. kept from voting, and taxed without representation?
Do you want to keep this up? Do you know that, badly as it hurts the Everglades buyers, it
hurts you still worse?
If you want to do justice to Evergladers. ani yourself at the same time, VOTE "'YE S" on
this referendum.
Some have said, ""We won't vote any moremmane-y to the old Board."
But do you know that these men are all out?
You ask, "Who will follow them?'' I ahswei. "Let the Everglades owners name their own
board, by petition; and then let us all petition the Governor to appoint them. If, later, the Ever-
gladers want these men removed, let the Governor remove them." That's POPULAR GOVERN-
MENT, a'nd it's the solution of this problem.
VOTE "YES." And then help the Evergladers get their own kind of a Board.

THOMAS E. WILL,
209 S. W. Sixth Ave., City.

Wright Printery
W. Broward Blvd. at 12th Ave.


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I r. To guard against mistakes or delays, the sender of a message should order it repeaLed, thatri-, telegraphed back (6 the originating office for comparison. Fbir'thi7
one-half the unrepeated dometLic message rate or one-quarter the urepated cable message-rate is charged in addition. Unless otherwise indicated on its face, this aI
unrepeated meaage and paid for as such, in consideration whereof it is agreed between the sender. of the message and this company as follows:
i-'': 1. The company shall not be liable for mistakes or delays in the transmission or delivery, or for non-delivery, of any message received for transmission at the unre-
peated-message rate beyond the sum of five hundred dollars; nor for mistakes or delays in the transmission pr delivery, or for non-delivery, of any message received for -
transmission at the repeated-message rate beyond the aum of five thousand dollars, unless specilay senlued, nor in any case for delays arising from unavoidable Interrup
tion in the working of its lines; nor for errors in cipher or obscueinmessages. .
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and an additional charge equal to one-tenth of one percent of the amount by which such valuation shall exceed five thousand dollars.
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Ip filed with the company for transmission.
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presumed, subject to rebuttal by Competent evidence.
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in addition to all fhe foregoing terms.
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TELEGRAMS
A full-rate expedited service.
S NIGHT MESSAGES
Accepted up to 2.00 A.M. at reduced.r-tes to be sent during the night and deliv
M ered not earlier than the morning of the ensuing budines. da\.
.'. Night Mleaagces may at the option of the Telegraph Company be mailed at des-
tinatjon to the addressees, and the Company hall be deemed to have discharged
its obligation in such cases with respect to delivery by mailing such night messages
S at destination, postage prepaid.
DAY LETTERS
A deferred day service at rates lower than the standard telegram rates as i'ol-
|i lows: One and one-half Limes the standard night letter rate for the transmission
f 50 words or less and one-fifth of the initial rates for each additional 10 words
or less.
aree SPECCALL. TERMS APPLYING TO DAY LETTRKS:
In further consideration of the reduced rate for Lisi special Day Letter service.
the following special terms in addition to those enumerated above are hereby
agreed to'.
'"- A. Day Letters may be forwarded by the Telegraph Company as a deferred
service and the transmission and delivery of such Day Letters is, in all respect-.
i t subordinate to the prionty of Lransmission and delivery of regular telegrams.
S. Day Letters shall be written in plain English. Code language is not per-
missible.
c. This Day Letter is received Eubiect to the express understanding and agree
'' menL that the Company does not undertake that a Day Letter shall be delivered
on the day of its date absolutely, and at all events; but that the Company's oblga-
tion in this respect is subject to the condition that there shall remain suiifiCent
time for the transmission and delivery of such Day Letter on the day of its date
Spring regular office hours, subject to the priority of the transmission of regular
W telegrams under the conditions named above.
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NIGHT LETTERS
S' Accepted up to 2:00 A.M. for delivery on the morning of the ensuing business
S day, at rates still lower than standard night message rates, as follows: The stand-


ard telegram rate for 10 words shall be charged for the transmission of 50 words
or less. and one-fifth of such standard telegram rate fAr 10 words shall be charged
for each additional 10 words or less.
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In further consideration of the reduced rates for this special Night Letter serv-
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agreed to:
A. Night Letters may at the option of the Telegraph Compian: be mailed at
destination to the addresueet. and the Compan' shall be deemed to have dis-
charged its obligation in such cases with respect to delivery by mailingauch Night
LetteiL at destination, postage prepaid.
B. Night Lttters Ehall be written in plain English. Code language is not per-
missible.
No employee of the Company is authorized to vary the foregoing.
FULL RATE CABLES
An expedited serna.:e throughout. Code language permitted.
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Half-rate messages are subject to being deferred in favor of full rate messages
tor not exceeding 2- hours. Must be in Languaee of country of origin or of destina-
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and with various other countries throughout the world. Full particulars supplied
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For plain-language communications. The language of the country of des-
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Subject todelivery at the convenience of the Company wihin 24 hoursif telegraphic
delivery is selected. Deliver y mail beyond London will be made if a full mail-
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Similar to Cable Letters except that they are accepted up to midnight Saturday
for delivery Monday morning. if telegraphic delivery is selected. Rate is approx-
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:Miooracd nar oopien of my latent OirOulalo.ff the pPagNestat While sWeU mayr.
think I sahold have s.rent thu last tw Montha in playing politioep.and pledging
votser seniy idua ouS ovito duty nn in a different 41reetioB. Sn the uthe rrane.
IT 'hw devoted eabaot Vy entire Utime iin workinG to help ensure Oongresoioaal Oabtrol
o' lhoocholne flow nd.nrthL snveo South Iorida "ra doldrs sadecsa anddeath.

To timoie wh To diua.UdI "ry -4 vou not sate out sooaner T'beatin parttai ay reply*
iofther pnar t the titne imlkoned In anoughICf the object is to ge+, the feats and
O:ytdilttt Cn-o) t. vO^cr.I* Mhim omn be done rwith reasonable operation.

Vo^Jtor 1'rtw,:3ie adionttiq th-At t was agppoBoAby, a naythat I would be aoaaped
'.I Riv .Rw .blIoans. was well Imown that I wis at-r.soblreut as an I'BEP 1 e
wt at .0'1034? p' vnw. ThP.t maiAfiention probnbl3 spoiled things with the '100%'ueBB

An It 3,l I rsa *tt out both parties. ButMif the voters prefer to hewe their
ochocs1 nado a nP rf a political party ealdhinetho Cpo rtulity is sema uasalpat bet.


c'ratiute auch
poo^'e oat.


trumkstboairsj, igns could be run ;rw!nd Hollywoodor any other town
,a Mnot.un tin sirmnood an slip enalosedNit should be easy t6 set the
2crarnz. .Sy1T have no ftimd for such worke


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ON THE

'Broward Drainage .District Referendum

This referendum ought to carry, BIG. It's the ONE THING that will help the Back Country.
And the Back Country will then help the town.
Lauderdale needs the Glades worse than the Glades need Lauderdale. Lauderdale can't live
on tourists. SHE MUST PRODUCE.
That means her Everglades must be farmed. Then, as in Dade County, factories will follow.
These will bring pay-rolls, and a YEAR-ROUND TOWN.
But the Everglades must haye reclamation funds. Hence the Broward Drainage District must
sell its bonds. ,
But it must first have more people and more values in it. This the bond-buyers insist on.
This won't cost Lauderdale one cent. It will cost Broward County one little mill on the dollar, about
$7,000 or $8,000 per year.
But the new taxes and new business this will bring will turn this little outgo into a BIG INCOME.
Further, it will help put a foundation under Lauderdale, and make it a city.
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VOTE "YES"

ON THE

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This referendum ought to carry, BIG. It's the ONE THING that will help the Back Country.
A'nd the Back Country will then help the town.
Lauderdale need the Glades worse than the Glades need Lauderdale. Lauderdale can't live
on tourists. SHE MUST PRODUCE.
That.means her Everglades must he farmed. Then, as in Dade County, factories will follow.
These will bring pay-rolls, and a YEAR-ROUND TOWN.
But the Everglades must have reclamation funds. Hence the Broward Drainage District must
sell its bonds.
But it must fir.t have more people and more values in it. This the bond-buyers insist on.
*This won't cost Lauderdale one cent.' It will cost Broward County one little mill on the dollar, about
$7,000 or $8,000 per year.
But the new taxes and new business this will bring will turn this little outgo into a BIG INCOME.
Further, it will help put a foundation under Lauderdale, and make it a city.
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VOTE "YES"

S.ON THE

-Broward Drainage District Referendum

This referendum ought to carry, BIG. It's the ONE THING that will help the Back Country.
S And the Back Country will then hell the town.
Lauderdale needs the Glades worse than the Glades need Lauderdale. Lauderdale can't live
on tourists. SHE MUST PRODUCE.
That means her Everglades must be farmed. Then, as in Dade County. factories will follow.
:';. These will bring pay-rolls, and a YEAR-ROUND TOWN.
But the Everglades must have reclamation funds. Hence the Broward Drainage District must
S sll its bonds.
But it must first have more people and more values in it. This the bond-buyers insist on.
* ~ This won't cost Lauderdale one cent. It will cost Broward County one little mill on the dollar, about
$7,000 or $8,000 per year.
But the new taxes and new business this will bring will turn this little outgo into a BIG'INCOME.
Further, it will help put a foundation under Lauderdale. and make it a city.






A4000B8 SEARS, ROEBUCK AND CO.

ATLANTA

CASHIER'S OFFICE
Sep. 6, 1928
16633


I.r. Thomas E. 1ill,
209 S. V. Sixth Ave.,
Fdrt Lauderdale, Fla.


Dear Mr. "ill:

j.y we not have a reply to our letter of Aug. 27, a copy of
which you will find below:

"In your letter of July 25th you stated that you expected an
early re-opening of the Fort Lauderdale Bank & Trust Co. on
which we still your unpaid check for $5.73.

We have heard nothing from you since this time and wonder if
this bank has re-opened for business. If it has, please let
us know at once that we may forward your check there for coll-
ection. If the bank is still closed, could you not let us
have a new remittance for the *j5.73, immediately upon receipt
of which we will return your unpaid check to you for cancel-
ation.

We are very anxious to close out this account which has been
running for many months, and ivill thank you to let us have
a remittance on this matter at once."


Enc. E Very truly yours,
FG/169
Sears, Roebuck and Co.,


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Broward Drainage District Referendum


This referendum ought to carry, BIG. It's the ONE THING that will help the Back Country.
And the Back Country will then help the town.
Lauderdale needs the Glades worse than the Glades need Lauderdale. Lauderdale can't live
on tourists. SHE MUST PRODUCE.
That means her Everglades must be farmed. Then, as in Dade County, factories will follow.
These will bring pay-rolls, and a YEAR-ROUND TOWN.
But the Everglades must have reclamation funds. Hence the Broward Drainage District must
sell its bonds.
But it must first have more people and more values in it. This the bond-buyers insist on.
This won't cost Lauderdale one cent. It will cost Broward County one little mill on the dollar, about
$7,000 or $8,000 per year.
But the new taxes and new business this will bring will turn this little outgo into a BIG INCOME.
Further, it will help put a foundation under Lauderdale, and make it a city.

Do you know how the Everglades have been carrying the Coast?
Do you know Broward's Everglades have paid in $700,000 or $800,000, most of which has
helped build the Coast. rather than the Everglades?
Do you know that, for 15 years, most of the 20,000 old Everglades buyers have been barred
out from their own properties. kept from voting, and taxed without representation?
Do you want to keep this up? Do you know that, badly as it hurts the Everglades buyers, it
hurts you still worse?
If you want to do justice to Evergladers and yourself at the same time, VOTE "Y E S" on
this referendum. '
Some have said, "We won't vote any more money to the old Board." 9
But do you know that these men are all out?
You ask, "Who will follow them?" I answer, "Let the Everglades owners name their own
board, by petition; and then let us all petition the Governor to appoint them. It, later, the Ever-
gladers want these men removed, let the Governor remove them." That's POPULAR GOVERN-
MENT, and it's the solution of this problem.
VOTE "YES." And then help the Evergladers get their own kind of a Board.
THOMAS E. WILL,
209 S. W. Sixth Ave., City.

Wright Printery
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And the Back Country will then help the town.
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These will bring pay-rolls, and a YEAR-ROUND TOWN.
But the Everglades Tnust have reclamation funds. Hence the Broward Drainage "District must
sell its bonds.
But it must first have more people and more values in it. This the bond-buyers insist on.
This won't cost Lauderdale one cent. It will cost Broward County one little mill on.the dollar, about
$7,000 or $8,000 per year.
But the new taxes and new business this will bring will turn this little outgo into a BIG INCOME.
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Come On Up To Siruared On New Government Aid Pike

rr n 6i All Lots Covered With Beautiful Shade Trees
ore Than Fet Abe Sleep Under Cover All Nighs in the Summer
Sea Le tel A Wonderful Health and Tourist Resort

lOHN i. GERREN Overlooking Pikeville and the Beautiful
Sel e Owner and DeC-eloper Seq iuatchle Valley

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Fort Lauderdale, Fla., Oct. 26, 1923.



Dr. Thorras E. Will,
Fort Lauder ale, Fla.
Defr Dr. Will:

I am in receipt of your invitation to divide time with you at Stran-
ahan Park on the evening of Iyov. Ist. I thank you very much for 'our kindness in this
matter ut inasmuch as the speaking dates for all the nominees of the republican party
have been arranged by the republican county committee I shall hve to adhere to their
program. We are appearing as a body from night to night at various places in the county
and on the night of your speaking in the park we are already billed to speak at another
place in th- county. I notice that we are all to appear at Stranahan Park on the evening
of Nov. ?nd.
Assuring yu'a that I appreciate very much your kindness in this matter
as well as the interest you are taking in the educational work in Broward county, I
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CLASS OF SEIIICE DESIRED NO. CASH OR CHG.
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Send the following message subject to the terms on back hereof, which are hereby agreed to



September 80,1928
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SECRETARY TREASURER
WASHINGTON. D. C.


Oct. 22, 1928


,r. Thos. E. Will

Fort Lauderdale, Fla.

Dear lr. Will:

It was quite a surprise to meet you at Fort Lauder-

dale and to know of your interest in the reclamation of the

Florida Everglades. In conversation you spoke about the re-

port by Dr. Arthur E. Morgan. Can you readily tell me for whom

this was prepared and whether a copy can be seen?

You also spoke of a number of other reports. If con-

venient, I should like to get a check-list of these in order to

see whether I have them in my library.

Cordially yours,
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October 31, 1928


Hon. Thos. E. Will
Ft.Lauderdale, Fla.


Dear Sir:

It seems that you phoned yesterday while I was away from the
office.

Inasmuch as you have stated the question to be discussed, I
think it proper that you speak first and interpret your
question.

I am also of the opinion that no speaker should use more than
thirty minutes and that he have the privilege of using this
time as he sees fit. This would enable a speaker to make a
first speech discussing the question that you have proposed,
and to make a second speech answering any arguments that may
have been presented. If such an arrangement is carried out,
the second speeches should occur in the order in which the
first speeches have been made.

I have accepted your invitation with the hope and full
expectation that Mr. Gerren would be present and participate
in this meeting.

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VOTE "YES"

ON THE

Broward Drainage District Referendum


This referendum ought to carry, BIG. It's the ONE THING that will help the Back Country.
And the Back Country will then help the town.
Lauderdale needs the Glades worse than the Glades need Lauderdale. Lauderdale can't live
on tourists. SHE MUST PRODUCE.
That means her Everglades must he farmed. Then, as inriDade County, factories will follow.
These will bring pay-rolls, and a VEAR-ROUND TOWNT-
But the Everglades must have reclamation funds. Hence the Broward Drainage District must
sell its bonds.
But it must first have more people and more values in it. This the bond-buyers insist on.
This won't cost Lauderdale one cent. It will cost Broward County one little mill on the dollar, about
$7,000 or $8.000 per year.
But the new taxes and new business this will bring will turn this little outgo into a BIG INCOME.
Further, it will help put a foundation under Lauderdale, and make it a city.
Do you know how the Everglades have been carrying the Coast?
Do you know Broward's Everglades have paid in $700,000 or $800,000, most of which has
helped build the Coast. rather than the Everglades?
Do you know that, for 15 years, most of the 20.000 old Everglades buyers have been barred
out from their own properties. kept from \vting, and taxed without representation?
Do you want to keep this up? Do you know that, badly as it hurts the Everglades buyers, it
hurts you still worse?
If you want to do( justice to Evergladers and yourself at the same time, VOTE "Y E S" on-
this referendum.
Some have said, '"We won't vote any more money to the old Board."
But do you know that these men are all out?
You ask. "Who will follow them?" I answer, "Let the Everglades owners name their own
board, by petition; and then eet us all petition the Governor to appoint them. If, later, the Ever-
gladers want these men removed, let the Governor remove' them." That's POPULAR GOVERN-
MENT, and it's the solution of this problem.
VOTE "YES." And then help the Evergladers get their own kind of a Board.

THOMAS E. WILL,
209 S. W. Sixth Ave., City.

Wright Printery
W. Broward Blvd. at 12th Ave.

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ON THE

Stroward Drainage District Referendum


-i'i,:Th is referendum ought to carry, BIG. It's the ONE THING that will help the Back Country.
't .t the.Back Countr'' will then help the town.

L..auderdale needs the Glades worse than the Glades need Lauderdale. Lauderdale can"r live
i""pturits. SHE MUST PRODUCE.

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: ,:' ...sell it, bonds.
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7.": 0.:$7000 or $8,000 per year.
'."tt the new taxes and new business this will bring will turn this little outgo into a BIG INCOME.
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.. l.- o you know Broward's Everglades have paid in $700,000 or $800,000, most of which has
.. -,eliped build the Coast, rather than the Everglades?
S'... Do you know that. for 15 years, most of the 20,000 old Everglades buyers have been 'barred
.;!ut from their own properties, kept from voting, and taxed without representation?

S Do you want to keep this up? Do you know that, badly as it hurts the Everglades buyers, it
: i: hurts you still worse?
..... If you want to do justice to Evergladers and yourself at the same time, VOTE "Y E S" on
: ... .this referendum.
Some have said. "We won't vote any more money to the old Board."
S But do you know that these men are all out?
You ask, "Who will follow them?" I answer. "Let the Everglades owners name their own
.:'..:bpaid, by petition; and then let us all petition the Governor to appoint them. It, later, the Ever-
.laders want these men removed, let the Governor remove them." That's POPULAR GOVERN-
I~~E. NT, and it's the solution of this problem.
s::::: i VOTE "YES." And then help the E'vergladers get their own kind of a Board.

THOMAS E. WILL,
209 S. W. Sixth Ave.,'City.

.'. Wright Printery
S- W. Broward Blvd. at 12th Ave. .

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VOTE "YES"

ON THE

Broward Drainage District Referendum

This referendum ought to carry. BIG. It's the ONE THING that will help the Back Country.
And the Back Country will then help the town.
Lauderdale needs the Glades worse than the Glades need Lauderdale. Lauderdale can't live
on tourists.- SHE MUST PRODUCE.
That means her Everglades must be farmed. Then, as in Dade County, factories will follow.
These will bring pay-rolls, and a YEAR-ROUND TOWN.
But the Everglades must have reclamation funds. Hence the Broward Drainage District must
sell its bonds.
But it must first have more people and more values in it. This the bond-buyers insist on.
This won't cost Lauderdale one cent. It will cost Broward County one little mill on the dollar, about
$7,000 or $8,000 per year.
But the new taxes and new business this will bring will turn this little outgo into a BIG INCOME.
Further, it will help put a foundation under Lauderdale, and make it a city.
Do you know how the Everglades have been carrying the Coast?
Do you know Broward's Everglades have paid in $700,000 or $800,000, most of which has
helped build the Coast, rather than the Everglades?
0 Doyou know that, for 15 years, most of the 20.000 old Everglades buyers have been barred
out from their own properties, kept from voting, and taxed without representation?
Do you want to keep this up? Do you know that, badly as it hurts the Everglades buyers, it
hurts you still worse?
If you want to do justice to Evergladers and yourself at the same time, VOTE "Y E S" on
this referendum.
Some have said, "We won't vote any more money to the old Board."
But do you know that these men are all out?
You ask, "Who will follow them?" I answer, "Let the Everglades owners name their own
board, by petition; and then let us all petition the Governor to appoint them. If, later, the Ever-
gladers want these men removed, let the Governor remove them." That's POPULAR GOVERN-
MENT, and it's the solution'of this problem.
VOTE "YES." And then help the Evergladers get their own kind of a Board.
THOMAS E. WILL,
209 S. W. Sixth Ave., City.

Wright Printery
SW. Broward Blvd. at 12th Ave.

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And the Back Country will then help the town.
Lauderdale needs the Glades worse than the Glades need Lauderdale. Lauderdale can't live
on tourists. SHE MUST PRODUCE.
That means her Everglades must be farmed. Then, as in Dade County, factories will follow.
These will bring pay-rolls, and a YEAR-ROUND TOWN.
But the Everglades must have reclamation funds. Hence the Broward Drainage District must
sell its bonds.
But it must first have more people and more values in it. This the bond-buyers insist on.
This won't cost Lauderdale one cent. It will cost Broward County one little mill on the dollar, about
$7,000 or $8,000 per year.
But the new taxes and new business this will bring will turn this little outgo'into a BIG INCOME.
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S Do you know how the Everglades have been carrying the Coast?
Do you know Broward's Everglades have paid in $700,000 or $800,000, most of which has
helped build the Coast, rather than the Everglades?
Do you know that, for 15 years, most of the 20,000 old Everglades buyers have been barred
out from their own properties, kept from voting, and taxed without representation?
Do you want to keep this up? Do you know that, badly as it hurts the Everglades buyers, it
hurts you still worse?
If you want to do justice to Evergladers and yourself at the same time, VOTE "Y E S" on
this referendum.
Some hale said, "We won't vote'any more money to the old Board."
But do you know that these men are all out?
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board, by petition; and then let us all petition the Governor to appoint them. If, later, the Ever-
gladers want these men removed, let the Governor remove them." That's POPULAR GOVERN-
MENT, and it's the solution of this problem.
VOTE "YES." And then help the Evergladers get their own kind of a Board.
THOMAS E. WILL,
209 S. W. Sixth Ave., City.

Wright Printary
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ADDRESS ALL COMMUNICATIONS CABLE ADDRESS
TO THE COMPANY CAMDEN.NEW JERSEY' US *A" "CAMELSOUP"

September 18, 1928.



Mr. Thos. E. Will, Gen'l Manager,
Okeelanta Settlement Co.,
Fort Lauderdale, Fla.

Dea, Sir:-

Replying to your recent inquiry regarding our requirements
for carrots grown in Florida, be.: to advise that we can only say at
this time that we buy each year large quantities of carrots for man-
ufacturing purposes. We have noticed that the price during february,
March, April and May is usually very satisfactory to the grower, but
there is some exception in this respect, as is true of all other
agricultural crops.

We buy at the prevailing market price for the kind and
quality. If they could be shipped 2sucessfully by wavpr in saks,
hagmers or bayrls, it would reduce the cost..onsiderably as compared
with rail movements and would therefore allow the groxsa a higher price
per ton. "Le would not consider contracting for_this or other crops
until the growers had demonstrated their ability to produce the crop
in a satisfactory and econornicil way.

The proper carrot for our use, as well as the domestic
market, is the imprtovd Chantenay. The bes4--strain of this variety
that we have tried is produced and sold to the seed trade by the C.
C. Morse Company of Caplijrnia. We understand they 'sel seed to the
seed tra [ oy and do not-sell to the grower, we advise growers to
secure seed from a dependable seed house that will guarantee the stock
to be the Morsergpwn Chantena_ pee.

We are convinced that carrots can be grown profitably in
many sections of Florida but we are not sure how long it will take the
growers to find otL hw to do it right. Our observation in the past
has indicated that the growers TiTlorida have to talk about the prop-
osition a good while before they really do it,

Yours very truly,

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helped build the Coast, rather than the Everglades?

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out from their own properties kept from voting, and taxed without representation?

Do you want to keep this up? Do you know that, badly as it hurts the Everglades buyers, it
hurts you still worse?

If you want to do justice to Evergladers and yourself a't the same time, VOTE "Y E S" on
this referendum. i

Some have said, "We won't vote any more money to the old Board."

But do you know that these men are all out?

You ask, "Who will follow them?" I answer, "Let the Everglades owners name their own
board, by petition; and then let us all petition the Governor to appoint them. If, later, the 'Ever-
gladers want these men removed, let the Governor remove them." That's POPULAR GOVERN-
MENT, and it's the solution of this problem.

V'OTE '"YES." And then help the Evergladers get their own kind of a Board.

THOMAS E. WILL,
209 S. W. Sixth Ave., City.

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Hy dear Miss .-T. t:-.-.;i: --

I'm sorry I've notbeen able to help youbut I'm almost
flat on my back,myself.

The i 'i i. : of the Glade --R- c. i o'i ,Oonservation,
T.'-n ot '"i.u and all the rest--has been enough to b L...1
the Bank of 'n- .'*nr Itts turned our properties from a
fine asset into a fierce liabliity.
MeanewhileI'm building, up thin League,with ':he O!TLY
'.-- ..I that will save South Florida firo' utter ruin.
If yon' can get others,who are interested dorn here,to
help me help the he -here's a ohanceto climb out of the
" horrible pit" in which vre have been engulfed by the
Orazy Program of TOURIST-':':'
I'11 be glad to pay a oomnission of 10 for any business
you nay be able to do.


Our landis wet. Our new pumping system has ,o,
started yet,tho the Conservancy Dist. had begun !
it before the Hirricane*


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Sone 8 or 10 still linger at Okeelanta. T.. .,e soul on
ruitcrest.
And ours is the RI:CHI.-.:.? T ". ? ON EARTHI
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1200 W. Maple Ave,
Downer's Grove, Ill,
Sept llth, 1928.



Dr Thos E. Wil4,
| Ft Lauderdale, Florida,
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Dear Dr Will:-

Tour Letter of Sept 5th, is recieved also the
previous one of May 28th A number of things prevented or delayed
an answer tothe previous letter, in the first place I had more
on my hands than I was able to care for. For most of the season
I was running levels and suprentending the work of two gas power
shovels and one steam shovel and the trucks that go with them.
That left little time for else. Besides thai, nave some sub-
division property here that required attention. Besides that I
became extremely discouraged if not disgusted with the type of
people we were considering as prospects for Okelanta. On my work
many such people cam- under my observation this summer as well a
as in previous years, they wontL.p_.n at anything .o10g nnuh -
to get any where in fact I had half a dozen good sort or enape
pretty well lined up thru the summer and now they are scatteredf
to the four winds they are wage _saves by there owU wish so
to speak. People who are worthy of consideration have more than,
*200.00 as a rule quite frequently it is tied up in a home or
property of some sort at any rate they have something.
I do not mean that it cannot be done it can and is but the
right way to do it must be found and it must-Te a better average
type of individual.
There was one other reason why I did bnot write that reason
is quite a difficult one to describe or discuss because it is of
a rather personal nature but since $ou have been so consed-
erateof my silence and have overlooked it and written again
in spite of it in this splendid way I am going to say what I have
wanted to say this long t6me back. Dr Will You have practically
given your life to the Everglades you love it and you are bound
and determined to make it go absolutely make it go, your mindC K
and heart arerapped up in it and it has carried it to xx
certain extremes that you do not quite realize almost to the
point of radicalism. I under stand it because I understand and
love the Everglades and love them and understand the hold they
get on a person. I hope what I am doing will not bring months
of silence or be miss understood I am doing it because I believe
in you and in the Everglades. To Be Specific. We must remember
that the average individuals vocabulary is only eight or nine
hundred words that is generous I believe. Mr Wills Not one in
a thousand of th0 people we are trying to appeal to have the
slightest idea who Cinncinnatu as or what Old Boreas is
g yigagejow rguable to find ott they would all be sunk when h


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VOTE "YES"

ON THE

Broward Drainage. District Referendum


This referendum ought to carry, BIG. It's the ONE THING that..will help the Back Country.
And the Back Country will then help the town.
Lauderdale needs the Glades worse than the Glades need Lauderdale. Lauderdale can't live
on tourists. SHE MUST PRODUCE.
That.means her Everglades must he farmed. Then, as in Dade County, factories will follow.
These will bring pay-rolls, and a YEAR-ROUND TOWN.
But the Everglades must have reclamation funds. Hence the Broward Drainage District must
sell its bonds. ;
But it must first have more people and more values in it. This the bond-buyers insist on.
This won't cost Lauderdale one cent. It will cost Broward County one little mill on the dollar, about
$7,000 or $8,000 per year.
But the new taxes and new business this will bring will turn this little outgo into a BIG INCOME.
Further, it will help put a foundation under Lauderdale, and makk it a city. .
Do you know how the Everglades have been carrying the Coast?
Do you know Broward's Everglades have paid in $700,000 or $800,000, most of which has
helped build the Coast, rather than the Everglades?
Do you know that. for 15 years, most of the 20,000 old Everglades buyers have been barred
out from their own properties, kept from voting, and taxed without representation?
Do you want to keep this up? Do you know that, badly as it hurts the Everglades buyers, it
hurts you still worse?
If you want to do justice to Evergl'aders and yourself at the same time, VOTE "Y E S" on
this referendum.
Some have said, "We won't vote any more money to the old Board.'"
-But do you know that these men are all out?
You ask, "Who will follow them?" I answer, "Let the Everglades owners name their own
board, by petition; and then let us all petition the Governor to appoint them. If, later, the Ever-
gladers want these men removed, let the Governor remove them." That's POPULAR GOVERN-
MENT, and it's the solution of this problem.
VTOTE "YES." And then help the Evergladers get their own kind of a Board.

THOMAS E. WILL,
209 S. W. Sixth Ave., City.

Wright Printery
W. Broward Blvd. at 12th Ave.
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