Business Correspondence. Apr. 1, 1930 - June 30, 1930

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Everglades (Fla.)
Okeechobee, Lake (Fla.)
Okeelanta (Fla.)

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I.frand UMr. 1AtadPree /
59 N.'". 50th*J-S*
S. .i mi :laA
my 4ear friensdat- .
I hsd a ocxferenoe,+toqdayM, our matter f With 4rVance W.HelmnIngrahaMa Bldg Ujia.
7treln ia easily one of the best business men in.la.it a friend of .ine of 20 years
attending.
He gne-r ed thnh+,if not yet, att.led on attorne,w-e night wel, ge+. sacuainted with Mrt*.
COhsR t0rBeroSeybold BldR .t; :ndii
Ifroieroe hIrT had Mouh ex-norienoe with Federal mnattersi and legislation aineliti ntin"
-e in licensed to prnntioe bafos the Supreme CouLrts f $la*,WaahlnegtonD.O. andth *L A.
Rie has been in toe (iovernrlmnt ioarvriaoinclding the U.S.PForest ServiceIithw itih I was1
at one t"iaoon. _. ne',o .-.
: .reln siay' r*?ircea in espeii.all, strong in finding uneeot.d and hiad ola.
through whih .hioh his oliont O U. oflep:tfeolhnicalities andfinepoinls few other would see ,
and by usai.ng .whih he turns t:e scale his way. He tfinlzs than the 10 years of the- le i '1
our distric+,r.'" P w iid undcubtedr V-?ind so-'IthingE f.hat V would aevemat cas t)

outlinitl,4 our n +.t nr' on' +nlling him '-ihat we desired.

I alno toCk thet l.iberty to mention your nanwias also isntentedjand saying that you migh+ -^
po6s ibW see hin oBT the natter.
I .Ginoo we h:we but 4 w-eka now till the Judgment Diy set for unowe nmut move fasto FurthO:e;
if I 4a1 to strt theo jlowsat OiaeelltatI aon give littlee timetright now,to litigate*'. .
naszs.zah as .I'r*ltverha.*ti does not see muoh in +tho Federal Courtslfor us,and 4r*Piirce is-:
I teratrmdgrepaniailly straong- thereland nine lir Rein has been so please *.Atbhirai l her .
tiOdiht you niI t ik-e to call on -IrP7 and form an opinion of hi.;betwee'i qturl hunts for
failures of our Ditaf+Board to keep the law of 191 .

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GOV. DOYLE E CARLTON CHAIRMAN HOWARDW. SELBY. VICE CHAIRMAN
TALLAHA95EE FLA WEST PALM BEACH. FLA
COMMISSIONERS OKEECHOBEE FLOOD CONTROL DISTRICT COMMISSIONERS
ERNEST AMOS ADMINISTRATION OFFICE GLENN H. CURTISS
FRED H. DAVIS A. W. YOUNG. EXECUTIVESECRETARY F. DEANEDUFF
NATHAN MAYO RUSSELLG SNOW
W. V KNOTT WM. GRIFFIS
WEST PALM BEACH. FLA.

April 2, 1930.








Mr. Thos. E. IJill,
209 S. \. 6th Avenue,
Fort Lauderdale, Florida.

Dear Mr. Will: :' *

Mr. Young sees no reason why your arti in
the Ft. Lauderdale Daily News, February 1S, 1930, .uld .- a
not be handed to the Board Members at the next meeting or
mailed to them and since the next meeting has been post-
poned and no date set as yet for such meeting, I will a .a
out the copies to the board members.

I thought you were going to live at Belle Glade'
and sent you there a copy of Dr. Lord's report, with which
you are probably familiar. Senator Fletcher sent down a*
number of these and I am mailing you another to Ft. Lauderdale.

With best wishes, I am


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Dear awence -- ;

As to ggat L n ~raotore-Dollea canal empty of hys. Boate-a-mtor
ncd row-boat--at Coville's. C.-n use one. Tractor parts at CO-
vil e'e.ton. Cun get theso. Tractor probably not robbedgand In
aU good conditi n i.f cauld be expected after 2 years of non-use. *
Barge at Canal Cronning en Which tractor cun be brought to rightA
of Cans; N.W. Corner of ..rou;;ing.

'ec .nio should ak,' tooln.gasoliney&ilanid h-tcver mny be neosa -
nary to put -:clhine 1n running order. Get the loone -.artn thot C.
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'Then,1 hicpe to rut i. t iirj1Jl pumpinfl :nf t suited t:. 1.0 arses.
Ford motor,o.k.,if in condition. Tunnel Ir.. .lhich propeller Raat
operbte,to i,e built f --o'd. Propeller found,AlF,'o Most of thiM
imwy o rtnoclnd-hi .r, and answer. Hppey'u will looc' thee 'ipapbut not
i/itert bIlding till further word.

Not *ure tnnt I har mtrj n. He heard lots of bcjthing?. Still,
I a jTiful. If 3o n.t .ve to stiyTeonger in Ld. to raise
funv~d, n19ll ..ro b bly try to get moved up in nexa few duya.

An to cur H.H,Goodn--f/ant-ed to talk thin over with you. -:nc. I
trit GertrAde end I havo been working on. Hope you can accompany
truck th-t brings up H.H. goodasthat we mayor advtso together.

ReJ member thnt,if I geV thi ge goinFg t Ok.,ycu ore to phne bnv nrafl
its I male.

Mighty sor-iy not tL. vee seen m e of y.u at thi~ time.

Bent regards to .Anne,and kiBses tor baby.


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lParhero.ir. Be has -a nanitho iea %iWU1 to get in on it,tooala oafor .V80' aeres;and we 8 'v: 1
are to be in there naex+ Sunidaylooldng yovr thin gs. '

'hat in not tiall 'r. has a nonn-vsaw in nLat ,ea.h owning a900.0 p be mnth
as Manager td sort if Ceneral factotum for Garl Pisher ir. 1% is goiag tb see hin to-
norrowir d got hin to go in on 1100 aores#no'res frABR will nseare himpso that if we 'lose. I
the piam'or -man will not lose. -
So ,there in a job of 3Q_gAregs rof corn That 'wean.- rei haPineassend no mistake."
/ Nowren-'nberwhaewpr-naakoe m A gd will haveto havenome help from yOU ,
SPleane T S IT t,h.t Andrvt ty-' nior,and eat into the ard of the Wills -a soon as
pos :blejaTT 1K'-h:1p shape andready to plow S aores 1.er day.
The plotw is thorn righ+, nowgat mar oanral-oros~3ng corner. It ne-ads to be happened
sadit: e iaild hb.ar scoured ',hat the dirt n,' lip right+, a Th--n the woulter noe-ds to
be t.r'r nod.to 4
TeaxtGondbread's n"gro +tn. oll w he could nl.ow A aores per dayrmd maist ha*re 3O fi lay 4 .
h: -no. rGr Vicre I s.id trn hin," till you plow ahy -.he orevat 91.00 PEiR AORI ie -
sAidr" y.RSA' By-7' wish you would find- whether ho is .trvnn,,vand 1OC If so,I WAIIT HI.
Dih n mrn i.:- a Rold-raina.
.'--in., onghtt +b. h'-r or 3 otht'inr arr nn llaILnpnf no:-s 'ileton the sane terms;
plowin; 1r THE'i iir1notf,i TIEM DAYsant'nf we oan got 1. done at 1.00 per acrethait -is fine.
A thrci-s.prs :n.n o.:ldlri ni 'K 3.0l) per dio.,h'oCh .i, not be b)ad at thi:- tinf of year.
Please look for sauh rmen. Thfiere Uar'on,- or two at +,reclarntLabut J$havorn-,t learned what tley
wanit. One i Joln.son another,Oowgill: both str'mng- to no.
A2in,'I halrJ..rlnuhbtles Pwntto plT7~~ sglft,. f i one d3~asto get n big job like
thi. donerr-i q doklythnt we may not risk the early rains That means there nust be a light
or' +he ftr.hoor ,0 pl'n;_ in the nifht. Oinn you ~ftnior rig. up onoa I re~rnmbsr that such
thirn war doni bac:, -in our Ukeol-m., d"yn .by some or.
NesxtI mriet, to h-vr anwoth2ano ntor.oa2cap I hope,.t thin tinr of? earatractors magnet -
be n- h--rd +,to get at ot,hrr time. I get +thin ,ndrea one FISFRe. I wish I ai'h t strike "such
luck ignidn;but h;:ill '*-obsbly, have o pay. I'd rather thFMAjit thhe triatorsand hire a man
to run it,. -ut a tr -tor owner night inn.st tnhat Hi run it if it inIlsedel. In such oaseplease
find wlt; i-, wi4l onnt that n; ~. If we rent the tr'atoronl.ay.fnd what that will coat?
thren hu c-red ;ores mnans n. lo ot of I want I,tu to ha-vo that business. If you can
figure a li-ttle disconn,-in case it ir;Incimted. n,b'oet-.e work that out
After n littlo,troe 'int rig up tha: orn-plant r that will plant S aores per hoar;as we
piante~ d i.n 1.9P(i or' G0ole pli nt-ra;ntL, aohod o ; fra. nagthi+, hitched behind the lordraon.
One -:In on the trao+,orgoeo behind the nplante-rtendinf, it.
V'rm remnambr our pl'n+toriRtended to shokes We thought some knd o of cutter running in front
would be a big help. G ,~ figure out onot .
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: his rferend lm ought to carry, BIG. It's the ONE THING that will help the Back Country.
id the Back Country will-then help the't0wn -

.. Lauderdale needs the Glades worse than the Glades need Lauderdale. Lauderdale can't live
on Iuris. SHE MUST PRODUCE.
That means her Everglades must be farmed. Then, as in.Dade Cod ty, factories will follow.
S These will bring pay-rolls, and a YEAR-ROU TD--TOWN. ....
,. But.the Everglades must have reclamation funds. Hence the Broward Drainage District must
i sell.its bonds.
But it musift* have more people and more values in it.' This the bond-buyers insist on.
S .t,. ost' .. '< c I
-,' a..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.
U .' .Further, it will help put a foundation under.Lauderdale, and make it a city.
,. Do you know ho ,the. Everglades havq 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?
;i 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 "YE S'' on
.'. this referendum. -
Some have said, "We won'f vote any more money to the old Board.."
-II .But do you.Mknow that-these men are all out?-.-
You ask, "Who wilt 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-
S gladers w.at.these men removed, let the Governor remove them." That's POPULAR GOVERN-
MENT, and it's the solution of this problem. -
'. V'OTi-"YES." And then help the Evergladers get their own kind of a Board.
'- *.* THOMAS E. WILL,
-.. 209 S. W. Sixth Ave., City.

W right Printery
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Ul dear Larweneg-
SThe Kilabirrow have been her agpin. ea missed hia san-in.ln in 1Moieheaehbt his wife
wounded uTrenotuh friends to take another 100 aqrasrall the assee
The other prmspoftReiy A.udleris said to be hot on the trailed ReBan4 I are apeoted
see you and Okeelnmta Suanday neXt "
-X Then that aon-in-law doubtless an be reaohedalmost asy times As it is#a. has raisedhi
fi oaipand added his wife's :riendnsthe two combined making l aoreassure.* Thn 100 toi iW
r^,, more in prospect. I'm getting i little nervousaleet they 15 me up with more than we can .
swing before the wet spell comes. I' suggesting that we havo about a load*
New that, atreades the point I raised yesterday. We have the Andra -U-notor in sight.
I hopeyvh the wayyou hrav had yoJw man onnitfti*l6 I want greatly that you xWy make an eni
oouragingp, r olrtfi~ yto Be He asked me to-night what he mnt expect then?
Then there is the State Boad trrator at t'e Canal rosanin,. 1's in hoes I can get in on
this,too. iuteven nowe should have all the tractors we have ,whether jl, % or mordvrunning
day fadni.ght That, naken it, neoeesanary thad7i,0Onf ovr^W % 0% rumen in sightand
a light on eaoh tractor for night work.
Mr.Je is a gaUjR. S he seems to have a In, af-frienda in tlisca. She has Bnown that pl oe
since about thoetime ilglaler brought, in his R.Re-18giW judge shn oan raise a lot of moneysin
0100.4 installiments. Those look nigtygnod to me.a But they cannot all gonbinto earn st
this stage of the season'
Thit lTann I h1ve op.rri~ l ity to re-hiild 01EFAltA1Ag which I have long been eager to do.
So I want-to lapBff the 3.E .aarner of I.Ofk.( Se enoe plittnarked in red),into a district
,: i.(itohedlorod ant pu~ ped It is projSooted ,naowon three aides--East ,y th and north
"firFE a by oanAlv gd.s Oalooa. street. Only the weat aide needasioah rotating from eut-
.aide.
Then s3alladitohes--aytt~~ 3--'ned to be out throughwhero neoesaary the water brought
to a col-sion polntlthn thrown out 1y a punp. I'd like to h.ae .you stud-thin;getting advi oe
Uf praotioablem Interior-di4bohes should,I think,run aauth mnow ra Perhaptono on 'Pine
N'd,'andoncon each all.eylone@i block E. and one.l blook W. of its Oan you estimate what these
would cost? I think a good part of the work oan be done with the tractor andplowlthe remainder
with hand ahovels.
/ th this area .'oi lied',as to waterweo oould oall iLn ~aopoople to Qaguprand make gardens
n''it" This would help bring ibefunds to do morele agsoarry tbia pumped area weat to WSt St.
Theanse onuld treat+ the NI.E quarter of the town the sane waYgthln the 1N.. 1/4.
It ay be prAtaioablo t, incorporate The OkeelantaSettlement Oo.Ugand let ra3,-Dw selL-steo
in blocks .ao 100 a00 eaoh or so. This money would reolaimpaf9 fLaean1 br. g in_ouPpoul-
try foraer3smwFom I havepl:nrwd for so longer. eed for E-iehaokens an be raised Jut outside.
JI has no-Jinerest, in thilbu+, hinwife-the better _man' of the two-.will enthuse overia.
I believe she onn raiza all_ he capital I ned for At* Then it oan -non itso n power #
when lnmohedgon a ohioien basis ( Dr*Beok sBryas "ake it+, DOKS3,and I'm Intereated.too."
That is all righttoo. -
But I nead Xu on the physioaLJand- I*d to have you filege on the aoat of ditohes,lev-
ees an! pump. I mentioned this in nty lftter of 4 A you she the ois
4nd you shnre the proflta.
Look for us up tunday
Love to Annn and baty. As ever youras





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S'VOTE "YES"

ON THE

S 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 Couhty, factories -will follow.
These will bring pay-rolls, and a YEAR-ROUND TOWN.
SBut.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 Cbast, 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?
N 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.answier, "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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LAND FLOODED YESTERDAY AND TODAY STOP WILL BE READY TO

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209 SOUTH SIXTH AVE FTLAUDERDALE FLA.
AT OKEELANTA TODAY OP-NDITIONS EXAGGERATED WATER NOW DOWN TO TEN
INCHES BELOW SURFACE GOOD CURRENT IN DITCHES CANAL HIGH rFOP CROPS SLIGHTLY
DAMAGED.BY WATER\-S DON'T THINK RAINS OVER YET -STP CA PROBABLY RENT HIGH

GRUunIi AT hUOSti (F ujLaiRED AtiJ PLayiiT h riT uF OROP INr EN"CH PLAUL.

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Lawrence, Kans.

Lawrence, Kansas. April 3rd, 1930.


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West Palm Beach Florida

Dear Mr. Will:


: : I thought I had answered your letter
Sof December 1'4h, but on looking at it. t,5 day I
; find no &ark op it where i had answer i thanki-_
Syou for your trouble so, although this is months late
I am going to do ,it anyhow.

Charlie ;olliday ,was in today and wee had r,very
interesting visit.' This'is the first tir a Le has
been up to see us since h# has been north. Do not
know whether he has been to Lawrence before or not.
He says he will in a few days return to Florida and ;
I think he feals he should be there now.

.<' We attended his'father s funrral in Bv.-ldwin some
time last we.ek. The father too was b very fine man
and everyone in Baldwin and the surrounding country
adored him and the family altogether are very muc"
loved.
lHe tells me that altho he has n6t Etep .d on the L 'L Ar.
he knows what it is. I, am wondering if you are familiar..
and the two.of us this morning wondered if there mi,tht be
such'a thing as this ground was bein- worked 'y pec e in
this vicinity. 4e says sometimes this does -Laoper Wi.

Am sorry we do not have the expense.egy ;o st.fsr .ur
selves gut we have to depend on others for the informatio- *
we receive.' Mr. Moore,i photographer here in Lawrenae
says he heArd of you when he'w's livi--' down'there and.i,
was- somethig'a. about'. the .Rosenthal deal with- yo6a. He- a
inter.easted-wiith that deal. .DiT 'Tth:.tJ! eveer gm- jf,
.t the promotion. You may remember nim. 'e -i a.
property down near therernow He take- the paper r' -'ltxJ'
and is muchly interested.


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and what ht,M ofa asproprfation allowed .


ThMnks for asndr ng out sto+,ria Here is next( Snolosed.) Mott ituffbut lot hot
enouh. JNtS+, aaw OiTeelaeta 4..2, ShookinGI Going there to plant large aoreag of
on, R-14dd atroolius Ngearl killed deale Boh our ornale DIW(S 8ID. i ghw vat .
when should be low. Oldest L+ttler losing fiith in % !rgladaes About to go fo .o
la t tine. Jsa grann saot+,ements simple, uirdereod. Now,AOPIZOATIOA looking*

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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 ivill 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 Brovard'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, mo9t 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.
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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Ld olrraespondei oe with the State offiotalf will show thatgbefere thia...during the
yaOrs of arm. and _Sras following 19Ml20Swl I wan expelled fron the Evergades-
I have been minnaed aore than onoe.with situations sinilarto the one you e*al .r
attention to. Ntere titmehowever I hkae found a way oat and I ftulY expect to do as
tids time.


I am ma~r you wi. be, interested to know that I have just raoently been able to
enter into an agreement with flnsaeial2Y nespaonible peoplegunder whai I am. to
ow.-belginning at onae--several hundred eares of eorn in the Okeelanta Distriot
for sale in the rnrlcot now being established Mr Mf~*r.OSebringsnear Pahokeegwit.h
receiving staVtif at South Ba ey
enoalosed folder r4llteatiffyten years agoandaore. was doing By utaoat to get
orn-ggrowing strtedsvwith a canshhone market assured us in the Lower and -pper
01adens" Mvert aonditionsIvph sical or -finanoialgor bothghave hindered but now
rys aasSinte a-lzred aseonly lest nightiandlth night obfeeaethat I can jount on hin .
and he is linin. up more buainesas pprobablythn X dare undertakegin the interval
between cold .a=n waetslnd with no pumps in ior ta'ertozF

XI I.s a itq-oo i faot that the very distriet to whioh we have been paying taxes
dine 1980 .-i we oould raise the none OUTSIDI the Evergladea-that has long proisid
us a pumring #stem.and never tlfilled the proaisegthat is now eating us .OO r00
aore for thasr' san pumping aygrtemewhite its officers admit to me not only tat the
havr failed r ,ts far,to sell the bonds upon which the pumping egatem depends,but
th-i they havwo o idea when they wAll be able to s411 -henmand are menacing our pros..
ne- ,Wty ti fhn depriving us of the utilities we need and are taxed for.-berpd the V
api'raised va'ie of ou landa--4at tl ese vyer people should now threaten us with
eanfi antion of the land we were far-ming back in 19i1 and 1914,bu1t from wich we
h.-a been barred. I wish to ask you to eall the attention of Attyg e nlBJa s to .
tid.s fnotsand ask him whether we haven remsRtr* I should appreciate his reply*
With ve monodest returns on the above esnqpl should no+, only receive nah ore .
than then tap demanded lr the diatrist in questionWbut ahould.esBanmbe in position to.'
resumn p .flrg the Ib.IBoard the balnnoe long due on rf lands in eaSt7 and SS 44-..-
r, TWith th wat-ereaontrol assaurei usaI eauld have paid you in fullyesaras o.
The records show that I never failed to pay wmvetr ent of i taxeseanadof ItervAit
due the .1 ,,pardland thattn the ver daYor boeforestillbegause at our firstQlades :
floond -n ',f wa foaroed to abandon v.r j lades hone andfarn. While on Bys way ino
exile on .A desert sands of thin coast1 stopped at a banks.-the only one I have -'
ever fouAtd Ihnt would heln em Rver~ ader-.and borrowed 41300,00,at 10% interest, t
over ,a00nn00 ofat hich went gAT ODEKto pay UKq taxes on *rz Glades &asda* But a n ever
oould repeA thts borrowing: etfortanor oould earn the funds while awash from ay bnae*;

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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.
Artd the Back Country will then help'the town.

Lauderdale needs the Glades worse than the Glades need Lauderdale. Lauderdale can't live
ontourists. 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 pild in $700,000 or $800,000, -most of which has
?"t'. helped build the Coast, rather than the Everglades?

Dp you know that, for 15 years, most of the 20,000 old Everglades buyers have been barred
.out from their owrn properties, tept 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 timer VOTE "Y E S" on
S this referendum.

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

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

You ask, "Who will follow them?" Ianswer, "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-
S. gladers want these,.nen.removed, let the Governdr removedd them." That's POPUL'AR GOVERN-'
MENT, and it's the solution of this problem.

SVOTE "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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you waul be intfaested to lao"W +.hat W' 0arnf7ro'ig gfeaeat is Uaomn through fbeyi e
in frItbaynnd ir expeotationa. On a recent viit ta keelantawith aF aasloiate in tui
effortbwe found the BoIlea Eanalwest of Okeelanta slear of hyaciathagand the oveU 'l
amtor boat vilable for our use in getting to the tra tor and putting it into ruinasng
da. ,
1 have arr-aged with W aeon.MLawene Bseo? Belldeglad to haOehia beat lmehanio attend flt
t.01a AT XOEs.- .* -;
lr0aCwell tells The theparta Yoq left there are at ll In Ids hasrge,aad oak Also that
he thanks your tractor has escaped the usual robbing* -
I aM eager to hear of good news -re our auij- The 0one Dmate has not only notified a
!W anproaching fatepbut thae har notified the lIsoard of -heir respcaalbility on ldan Vs
I hold from that Boarden montraot. NaturpallYth notlfl netdaiing me -to take qare ofT'
those tfen,tootin whiah they are within th orr 1 ts
This aussunin that the taies are justly du. Wo someone* Andthat is just what we want t:
learM'neaa qulidy as possible.
,+l vrerhart polirted out the role that tdah dealiaties ca piaF in a law uitra mat. ter ..
I have tested 4ith much satisfactione Againjo rerall the use made of that very point
IV Portia in -calling down tMr*Slmookintent an his3 pound of fleaham fe muat out
SWONE PmJ. ir 'thse a o .ae mut not turn in the eatsnaSan at a hairz?* fturh'o.hea awis
let not '. Or n o B.roo WD, or m- ast he plot agsminst the life at s e s ltizeea a T enat- ;
onrhisj.*e life was forfeit. -
In atufying the lists meant me ad Vthe X*.eloard Wthe OenD*tat*a find where they bhare
-ade ORi ?-dataeseea least. Maybe we -annot use t in our oaset t t proves ta to be
fallible. Ilencein he 10 ye earethat they hae been doing bulauifes landm amad
far fran the Court Nouaa andfar from" the State Capital t would seet In edible that thaiW.:'
have escaped all mistakes. The shanoes are they have ade dosenss of dtakoks. Now H w
to find a few as sc~ as possible mandget an injunction on thatiif the oeerts are ,Iuffe-.:
eat th the !ITS of th anhe deri the ohsel smith. demerit of the trataent we have been asorded .ewr
to Heaven for redress.
For eaB.iple9n aiootate on the eorn mntteredeli.ghte wit'- theland.the aluastesthe opp7i4
tidty asdthe fairness and liberality of 'n -propMoittloniwas ver nearly taken from mea il
the AES&afPEIyt X ATROGIOUS OCNDITZON of the SouthJ.ay..Os alanta Bead Ahadthat road we pat.,
into the bond voteplus S ndlea more of oadgi,*,fram Gladeoreast via Olceelantas jtg ard. -
ena mndup to RitR +n 19S Oar a h f the rS ner was dalpy WOIBM.WBman e are almost ,tI
inel1 in eaamequenoe When -we +a' +.6 oome bralpefar ftianeio.rs. have 3ad others thereibesi
fowe not OrE of whom would tolerate te condition' he *had to face gnotably in TRAWSPOR
ATlae reep led ly the maookin onAditiaons And when we appeal to the e iOamera*n ftrb
l L ofn S oftl as of otand mlsserd..at rigbttasthgy some back with the demadni -
WRRE AR CTR POrLETL l o tirselves destrher afrtialsharedriven them a aa
wll as -o~sr finMoA hlpersa If e'wria like +tat ha e 3no Tlasein lawtfhen I V -
OMR LAW o O fRTSfliah go interne the'h o wlw
I hop" yonu -* have seen 1em Pierepoa'f the Serbeld "ldo* Wbat fr'elma told me of Mia a
Shi. KWR3R latiaginsgantresated
hPough awuhml spend wveagl bs t qaen the farming endmesverthelea pit O dan help hutrw
and enaure the legal reliefdo not ,nZtafe to4ll an i. The tate Mm hapry me haWp "r.'
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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 fir.t have more people and more values in it. This the bond-buyers insist on.
This won't cdst 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 carrj-ing 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
W. Broward Blvd. at 121h Ave.






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'.hs RoaseBth;il. ttatnar h-a uWo12'y yinated ftuouul7N?
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hm1ains-?g of thfw GTlads oqe tery lad. dri-ego as' *
of Viaji LaBge Maa* Glonswt ts. Whe "i t .7n *ma* pi Oa ma
Mwe fimlt omt f -re e atlaml# aB '
AMst crfdit+-wina w. 3w1il hIl' rA.'. sa, aM adlav.'
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0i^t^' idSam first wireW Luek3lyIan siek edm't g6, aeeI did not haveto tell.
ea tUb41e4 fI helped ash, .
T i i t fi w (AMAL DAMs, Ok. haas ways out for water "
lt s blZo dkd at Sillabare. ridge to botto. Qn vrts thru Spiter lays
JAfiBll WIH WS Probably so.
*e...Wet, HisCanal DZAITID ,jut above l ,aSen I:al -2
U3.a-ouths N.N.R .OHan DA lid D jurt below F-S.1. le bend,
Sow X a g beginning to raise a little Gehenna about this N.lnC0anal. Ch*of Came with bia h
STROINGLJI. ugees( quietly ) that I oiroulate a paper in the Lake sountr.sasking relief. The*
thex w.ill ll41 in with u
Would h~rohad thi-paper wl+,h you befosabut. r waiting on W.P.QOfle of SthDrage Sd. for dat'_L
Ion what. BdA&utbhorimed tarton tctAopnlant Oit,* think heisaolarly CTXSIDE his riPhts dtid 1;4 .,
1poste e but wantthe evidencesbeforetalkiug too laedly, -
IMeanvhile eptart t',o ta4kk -in our plan and all around that these 3 oanals are all. DA~ D. -...
SOLID( Inquire if A N Y water getnout at-tie Nllseand of- Grosa fm*$z Canal) land get
ppl. stirredt;up over itthat they may be -ready .to sign the protest when it seas. up there.
If m'y think +hata's All Okeelanta. %ha% '4o W E oareT "Show that OROSS' QGAAL serves -
should servoithe TRIANGLE in who. some B.G. ppl. areintereated andall should be liarther.that.
I have things all lineup to launch a IIG Qorn-Growing propeitionl That Sebriajr rand ad ..
a Hwe1.M11anaiare arebehindits that Sebring writes me that he will put a RBEXIV G SfTTION.
in at BILLER QLADI( tho the Elevator,at first1-till Cong* fizeathe Lake-will be at Pa$koeb ee |
That ay bahoers are reaofdtf we can make good. on hhinoora eropeto mp .BTRBOU that
they are rah pleased with what thaU have oan at Belle Gladatelgattf thoy i.hour t B,0.
would go bek on us just because we are trying to revive the Oldest EHff/ Settlement, '
that would end their arFFpothy for Belle Gladel they rpuld rank that place along with the en-.
ernaes of the Rv.,of wha t I havetold then fullyeandthat would be the yd of ary interest they
would takethere* As it isany work I may -get done and.amy revival may bring to O k. will:
be of r.'i, r KMEL P to E-B. ERverything I~ST co thru Bol. Slaing will haveto be done therseY',"'
B.c. will ge+,tin her adv, IS getting it in right now,STRO0NG And BoG. ppl. muet be reCa t.:.i
play MIGHBOR to the old fattlenent thatlile the traveller on the road froni Jerusalea 1 'i
JERIOOnhaw FALj M.TO 'Pf0TIUTRS. .
Now I w artto get fY these delays in any right way* I waet to goet-aorn geino-~Intc t Ia
at tie EARTLI'iSJAY. Y0u augeast rentings-4ad near Chaose If I entI ,IP lEH H Pt r
heve agreed to furnish AliJ TIJ LAJDwithout ren ohree owrePern-
afybe somebody there has a neighborly spiritlrather +,han the hold-.p spirit. I have done. f
hbores on roads ang.Addeaind everything iagSinable for -BOG. wud all the w. settlements f'rfe
the beginning. When .Jeatheraan..-hosen'a Abriahmr-aparflted before our Good Roads LeaguS ...
he a VISITORJ I a BOARD llMTSIER he KNOCKBID our Ok .-tladeorest road#to Ifl faeeand begged .:
for hoa road northanenr the Lake Shope I could have HIT IT LARD. Instead'l mIred that our -'
LEAtE sReT FIRIND IT2right then andtheres Andwr did* That lasthe waY in which I have
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' Nowten to one,a lot of "that, bean .and will lie idle endgrowup in weeds eWy oan't "
get so me of 'it+,jut outeo beansaand anaost or .uite ready to have oorn drilled with thoae-.
C6leplanteragthusanving both time andmoneyj and either at NO RENTeae I havelet sa land o.. -,i'
almost alwarn nor -ata very .RFASONABL rent for M.f oaMW Pleaae look into that right.2p;, Wr.
If we can do thatit will make us wholly safefor that land anyway;andsaveme time whble ,'
aw getting these oandemned DAlTS -or onegat lrasteout.
Parthwerthias will sanfjha MORALE of WfpeT -ple 'I they get gtndof anything like yogrwirfl,
ay whole prqjiat my ISLOIUP. S it" if I ooild start drilling e ra into old bemlandT.i ti
I1 OIAYe,,go,,their asi~rit would SOAR to'the stars I-would b willing to pay aoarenl'. t0o at
a point as valuable as hat 'h :


Spetpeyaeterdr~ in I With the Anrtrea anda lawer gett S.ig ready to bloak.the j31rtUli
SSEAL-e4 Ir the Jaef, BoareF and probably eggad on hy the A wgain owd.( 0onfudew;tialp tf-.
we hive a flOOD A sp and a GOOD ORAMAe If ean hold them off till can sell a arop.gr
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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 Latiderdale. Lauderdale can't live
pn tourists.. SHE MUST PRODUCE.
-That means her Everglades must be. farmed. Then, as,iJqDade 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 ifs bonds.
But it must first have more people and more v alues 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 $8,000 per year.
-But t$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 mnak 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?
It' 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
S W. Broward Blvd. at 12th Ave.

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PIONEER SERVICE STATION
AUTO REPAIRING, TRACTOR AND AUTO PARTS
COOPER TIRES AND BATTERIES
HUDSON-ESSEX AGENTS
BELLE GLADE, FLA.




April 8, 1930

Dear Dad,

Was out to Andrea's place today. Thactor is in good
condition except that water had got inside. One cylinder was
rusty and valves stuck also clutch. It took all day long just
to get there and inspect tractor. 7ent to the wrong place first,
then came back to Okeelanta, got another boat and went again,
with Cowgill and Edwards. Had trouble with both boat engines,
and had a propeller get loose. Recalled old Boating experiences.

Will go tomorrow with mechanic, get machine in shape to run,
land bring in on barge, rySr.,

Cowgill has been using State tractor, but the cylinder
block is broken and also gears stuck. It can be repaired
without much expense, but have not mentioned using it to anyone.

I have a good man helping on this.tractor job- Buster
SBliver, a friend of mine, a good farmer and first class tractor
man and general mechanic. If your farming project goes thru,
you could not get a better man for for. ian. He will be free
| and would be glad to get the job. He has a tractor which can
be used but needs a lot of work, that is it needs a new cylinder
block. I have one here all ready to install. He does not own
the machine but it can probably be bought ver. cheap. I can
probably get one other tractor cheap but it will need consider-
able repairing.

Andrea's plow is already at Ok. in good condition. His
disc is only a single disc and Shiver says it will not be of
much use, but will bring it in. He also has A Centaur, cultivat-
ing tractor at his place, but as you don't mention getting it,
will leave it tgere.

The rains seem to have stopped, and water level getting
power. Water had stood on top of the ground, but"amaZged crops
ery liJ.le. Plows could be used now. With pumping system,
crop could probably be protected during summr er. Small ditches
could be made with plows, with possibly some finishing with
shovels.

Dr. Allj.on, from Exp. Sta. went down N. New River
/Canal to inspect rock dam near 36 mi. lock, which was put in to
% "protect lower coast farming" I asked him how about protecting
upperGlades farming but got no reply. He could not get farther
than upper end of roc: channel an acct cf jam of hyacipths.
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LAWHENCE E. WILL


PIONEER SERVICE STATION
AUTO REPAIRING, TRACTOR AND AUTO PARTS NOT
COOPER TIRES AND BATTERIES

HUDSON-ESSEX AGENTS
BELLE GLADE, FLA.



He did not say whether it is planned to remove dam, but said
water is being forced to flow out over land. but did not think
7 the dam would affect the water conditions at the upper end of the
Scandal.

Am expecting to get more information from_you as to
what you are doing. I hope the teelsram I sent advising you
not to come Sunday has not done any damage. After I went to
Ok. wished I had not sent it. I did not see your letter
saying you were coming Sun, until late Sat. afternoon. While
reading it ,I saw Anjima and Ruth, and asked them what the water
conditions were. They both said it had stood all over the ground
for two daysover the cultivated land and around the houses,
severalinches deep. That sounded reasonable, as we had had
rra~ e day and night for about a weck. I learned today from
Covell that water had been on the surface but he said it was
a week ago. However it is down now ten or twelve inches below
the surface,

Must close and get ready for an early start tomorrow.



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TELEGRAM FULL RATE
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LETTER LETTER
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NEWCOMB CARLTON. PRESIDENT


J. C. WILLEVER. FIRST %ICE-PRESII


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ALL MESSAGES TAKEN BY THIS COMPANY ARE SUBJECT TO THE FOLLOWING TERMS:

To guard against mistakes or delays, the sender of a message should order it repeated, that is, telegraphed back to the originating office for comparison. For thin
one-half the unrepeated message rate is charged in addition. Unless otherwise indicated on its face, this is an unrepeated message and paid for as euch, in consideratipe
whereof it is agreed between the sender of the measaee and this company as follows:
i. The company shall not be liable for mistakes or delays int the tranumisaion or delivery, or ror non-delivery, of any message received for transmission at the unre-
peated-message rate bey,:nd the Eum of five hundred dollars: nor for mistakes orr delao. in the tranamissirn or delier'ery, or for n.n-ddivery, of any message received for
trannmis'i.on at the repea3td-meajage rate beyond the sum of Ev-e thousand dollars, unitei sprec/ily tdi'iced; nor in any case for delays arising from unavoidable interrup-
tion in the working of its lines; nor for errors in cipher or obscure messages.
2. In any event the company shall not be liable for damages for mistakes or delays in the transmission or delivery, or for the non-delivery, of any message, whether
caused by the negligence of its servants or otherwise, beyond the sum of five ithb.usand dollars, at which amount each mc-siage is deemed to be valued, unless a greater
value is stated in writing by the sender thereof at the time the message is tendered for transmisi:on, and unless the repeated-mt-sage rate is paid or agreed to be paid,
and an additional charge equal to one-tenth of one percent of the amount by which such vluaulonh shall exceed five t houand dollars.
3. The company is hereby made the agent of the sender, without hlbili;y, to forward this message over the lines of any other company when necessary to reach
its destination.
4. Domestic messages and incoming cable messages will be delivered free within one-half mile .f the company's office in t.i-ns of 5.000 population or less.
and within one mile of such office in other cities or towns. Beyond these limits the company doer not undertake to make delivery, but will, without liabdity, at the sen-
der's request, as his agent and at his expense, endeavor to contract ffr him for such delivery at a reasonable price.
5. No responsibility attaches to rhiscomp.any concerning messages until the same are accepted at one of its transmitting office.; and if a message is sent to such
office by one of the company's messengerl, he acts for that purpose as the agent of the ender.
6. Thecompanywdilnot be liable for damages or statutory penalties in any ca.e where the claim is not presented in writing within sixty days after the message
is filed with the company for tran;miision.
7. It isagreedthatinanyactionbbythecompanytorecover thetolsfor any mernageorme-sagee the prompt and c3rret:t trarntmi;ion iand delivery thereof shall be
presumed, subject to rebuttal by competent ev'idcnce.
8. Special terms gocerning the tranimisic.in of meisagei according to this r cla~:es, aS enumerated bel.w,. shall apply t.o mes ages in each of 4u.:h re-pecdiive claases
in addition to all the foregoing lerm'.
9. Noemploye of the company is authorizedto vary the foregoing. THE WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH COMPANY
IN'ORPOR4TED
NEWCOMB CARLTON, PRcSIDENT


CLASSES OF

TELEGRAMS
A lull-rate exp:dted service.
NIGHT MESSAGES
Accepted up to 2.00 A.M. at reduced rate? to be sent during the night and deliv- *
ered not earlier than the morning iof the ensuing buine;s day.
Night Messages may at th option cr tre Teler-aph Company be milled at de.-
tination to the addressees, and the Compiny .hall be demed to hive di-charged
its obligation in such caies with riipect to delivery by mailing such night meisagesi
at d' tlnation, poLsage prepaid.
DAY LETTERS
A deferred day service at rates lower than the standard telegram rates ai fol-
lows: One and one-balf times the standard night letter rate for the Lr~inmission
of 50 wolds or less and one-fifth of the initial rates for each additional 10 words
or less.
SPECLkL TERMS APPLYING TO DAY LETTERS:
In further consideration of the reduced rate f.r this special Day Letter service.
the following special terms in addition to those enumerated above are hereby
agreed to:
A. Day Letters maybe forwarded by the Telegraph Company as a dc'erre.]
service and the transmi'iion and delivery of each Day. Letters is, in all re;pecLts
subordinate to the priority of transmission and delivery "f regular telegram.'.

B This Day Letter is received iubiect to the expre-r understanding and agree-
ment that lthe Company does n-ot undertake that a Day Letter hall be delivered
on the day of its date absiclutely, and at all events: but that the Company' a olliga-
lion in this respect is subject t t he condition that there hall remain tufficienr.
time for the transmi'ion and dl'liery cf such Day Letter on the day of its date
during regular office hours, subject to the priority of the tran-mision of regular
telegrams under the conditions named above.
No employee of the Company is authorized to vary the foregoing.
NIGHT LETTERS
Accepted up to 2.00 A.M. for delivery on the morning of the ensuing business.
day, at rates still lower than standard night message rates, as follow: The atand-


SERVICE
ard telcEram rate for 10 words shall be charged for the transmission of 50 words
or Itk and one-fdth of snuc -tainard telegram rate for 10 words shall be charged
for each additional 10 words or le-s.
EPECLAL TEP.MS APPLYING TO NIGET LETTERS:
In further consideration of the reduced rates for this special Night Letter s-rv-
ice, the follol'ing special terms in addition to those enumerated above are hereby
armed tL-:!
Night Letters man, at the option cf the Telegraph Company be mailed at
der-tinaion to the addressees, and the Company shall be deem-ed to have dis-
cltarged its obligation in such cases with reipect to delivery by mailing such Night
Litter.s at destinati.on p'-tage prepaid.

No employee of the Company is authorized to vary tne foregoing.
FULL RATE CABLES
An expedited ;r. rice Lhroughout. Code language permitted.
DEFERRED HALF-RATE CABLES
Hal'-rate meP.ages are subject to bring deferred in favor of full rate mesages
for not exceeding 24 hours. Mu-t be in language of country cl origin or cf destina-
tion, or in French. Tris class of servic-e I1 in edect witn moiL European countries
and nith various other countries throughout the world. Full particulars supplied
on application at any We tern Union Olice.
CABLE LETTERS
F.,r pla;n-linurige communications. The lantgate of the country of des-
l;naton may beemploye-d. if the Cable Lettrerevice is in oneraton to that country.
Subl.st to d-li.er-. at the convenience .-f he Cr.mpanv with 24 h-ur' i telecraphic
delivery is Eelec.ted. Delivc', by mail beyond L.Lodon will b.! made if a lull mail-
ing addrei' is Egi'en and the words "'P:.t London" are written alter the destina-
;.:.n. Rate is approximately one-third oi the full rate; minimum 20 words.
WEEK-END LETTERS
Similar to Cable Letters except that they are accepted un to midnight Saturday
for delivery Monday morning, if itlegrapric delivery is selected. Rate is appro;-
imately one.quarter of the full rate; mianmum 20 words.






CLASS OF SERVICE DESIRED
DOMESTIC CABLE
TELEGRAM FULL RATE
DA\ LETTER DEFERRED
flIGHT CABLE
MESSAGE LETTER
NIGHT WEEK EIND
LETTER LETTER
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NIEWCOMB CARLTON. PREIDiEhT J. C. WILLE'VER. FIRST VICE-PRfsIDENI


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ALL MESSAGES TAKEN BY THIS COMPANY ARE SUBJECT TO THE FOLLOWING TERMS:

To guard against mistakes or delays, the sender of a message should order it repeated, that is, telegraphed back to the originating office for comparison. For lhif.t
one-half the unrepeated message rate is charged in addition. Unless otherwise indicated on its face, this is an unrepeated message and paid for as suoh, in consideration
whereof it is agreed between .the sender of the message and this company as follows:
1. The company hall not be liable for mistakes or delays in the transmisibn or delivery, or For non-delivery, of any message received for tranmission at the unre-
Speated-mesage rate be'.,ond the sum of five hundred dollar; nor for mistake's or delays in the tr-animi.si.i.n or delivery, or f-.r non-delivery, of any message received for
transmiioi In at the rep.ated-mea.~age rate beyo-nd the sum of five thousand dcllas, ini.cr Ipc;i 'y i a'ltei d J; nor in any cas' for delays arising from unavoidable interrup-
tion in the working of its lines; nor tor error in cipher cr obscure mei.ages.
2. In any event the company shall not be liable floor dama-es for mistakes or delays in the transmi.iion or delivery', or f;.r the non-delivery, of any message, whether
caused by the negligence of its servants or otherwise, beyond the sum of five thIouisan dollars, at whi:h amount each men.ace is deemed to be valued, unless a greater
value is stated In writing by the sender thercf at the time the mes-age is tl.ndred lor trannsmrion. and unlcsi the repeateL-mI'asge rate is paid or agreed to be paid.
Sand an additional charge equal to one-tenth of one percent of the amount, b-. lch eiuch c valuation shall exceed in.' thihusannd dollars.
i- d3i. The compass' is hereby made the 3aget of the sender, without ability, to- forward this m ..age over the hnee of any o other company when necessary to reach
its dlest i nation.
4. Domestic messages and incoming cable messages will be delivered fr,?e witl;n one-half mile of ihe, compan;,'s office in towns of 5,000 nCpulation or less.
and within one mile of such office in other cities or towns. Beyond these limits the cm)Doany d.-- not un.Jertake ti make. delivery, but will, wiLtnos' hiDAlult, at the sen-
der s request, as his agent and at his expense, endeavor to contract fcr him for Euch delivery at a riearsnable pri.:e.
5. No responsibility attaches to this company concerning mes-a.gei until the same ir.: accepted at one c-f its transmitting office:; and if a mei.sage is sent to such
offce by one of the company's memsengerc, he acts for that purpose as the agent of the s nder.
6. Thecompany wll not be liable for dadiages cr statutory penalties in any case where the claim is not prcsenrted in writing within ..ty da a after the message
is filed with the company for tran.miEion.
7. It isaereed thatinan-.actic.nbytthecompanytorecoverth- tc.llsforany meo-'ge or mesiag: the prompt and caire:t transrnmisi n an.d deli..:rv thereif -bhall be
presumred, lsubjeci to rebuttal by c-.mpeIenr evide-nce.
8. Special term;, gvernirng t tre LranimIli.-n l me!zagsi according t Lh,~r cla,.es, ai enumerat.J below, :hall apply to mr_:ag- i in each of se:h re-pectusie *.la.es
in addition to all the foregoing terms.
9. No employee of the company is authorized to vary the oregomng. THE WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH COMPANY
INCORPORATED
NEWCOMB CARLTON, PRESIDENT


CLASSES OF

TELEGRAMS
A full-rate expedited service.
NIGHT MESSAGES
Accepted up to 2 00u.; .. at reduced rates to be sent during the night and deliv-
ered not earlier than the morning cf the ienruinvc bu-tnes day.
Night Mesiage.' may at the option cf the Telegraph (-ompa:n,. be mailed a1 de:-
LinatiOn to the addre.sees, and the Compan. 'hail be deemed to havr di-chargedJ
its obligation in such cases with re-pect to delivery by mailing such night me.::ag3e
at destination, postage prepaid.
DAY LETTERS
A deferred day service at rates lower than the Ftandard telegram rates as fol-
lows: One and one-half times the standard night letter rate for the ttansmi:i.:.n
of 50 words or less and one-fiith of the initial rates for each additional 10 wirds
or lems.
SPECIAL TeRMS APPLYING TO DAY LETTERS:
In further consideration of the reduced rate f.:-r this special Day Letter en;r-vie.
the following special terms in addition to those enumerated above are hereby
agreed to:
A. DavyLetters may be forwarded by the Telegraph Company as a deferred
service and the Lranimission and delivery of luch Day L-ette.r is, in all re'pecti.,
subordiniae to the priority of transmin;ion and delivery i-f regular telegrTam-.

3. This Day Letter is received subic-t to the cepree" understanding and areT.c-
ment that the Company dc,. n:,t under-take thit a Day Lntter shall be d.ll 'ered
on the day of its date abhsluel:.', and at all cient ; but that the Company' a ,bliga-
tion in this Crepect is subje-t to the ccnditii:n that there hall remain esuicirnt.
time for the tran-miiion and delivery of u.:h Day L.tter on the day of I i d.re
during regular office h.:.uri, iubect to the priority of the tra'.miaissi. ol regular
telegrams under the cc.nditic.n named above.
No employee of the Company is authorized to vary the foregoing.
NIGHT LETTERS
Accepted up to 200 A.r.. for deliver on the morning of the eniuine buine:.-
day, at rates still loaer than Elrndird right, me:.age rates, as f:llo .* The stand-


SERVICE
ard telegram rate for 10 word .shill be charged for the transm;iinn of 50 wcrds
or Ie,. ar.n. rne-riftit of suuch rltandad telegram rate for 10 words Etall be charged
ifor each additional 10 words. *:.r ]e: .
SPECIAL TEPrJ13 APPLYING TO NIGHT LETTERS:
In further c.:.n:i,.erari.n of the reduced rate: for this Ep.-dal Niht Letter r--'r-
ice. the following special terms in add;iuon tI those enumerated alrove are hereby
aQrTvd t-):
Nght Letters may at the c.ptlin of the Telegraoh Company be milled at
di.tinati.:.n to the addres;:ee-, and the Compiany ball be deemed t.. have dii-
chirgel its obligation in such cases wn h repecL to delivery by mailing such Night
L:iter, atL de.tain1ni :,n potLage prepaid.

No employee of the Company is authorized to vary toe i-regoing.
FULL RATE CABLES
n ecped.ired sE:rvi;c. throughout. Code language permitted.
DEFERRED HALF-RATE CABLES
HiJl-rate m-:i!agie are subj.:t to b- ing defeirrcd in fav-or cf full rate mi .n.agc'
f,.r n.:it exceeding 24 houri. l\u.st be in lanuijage o: c:untrv c-f nriin or of de-rull-
tl,,-n. .r in Fren:-h. Tnhii cla. oif rc.-v: i- in cnfe:!t wvbt mOls Eur'-.pan coiunries
an.J in h v'iriou, other countries thr.)uebhout the world. Full parttiulars supphed
cn aprp'plihin at any \We:Lern Union Oface.
CABLE LETTERS
F:.r plain-lin-uiae c.,mmuni.:ci.:.nr. The language of the country of d.;-
tin iri.n ma..' b'r mpIl.' d. ;f r L ti Cat.li. Letter Es-rviic i in iopeirat.n to tnat country.
Sub -le:t toddi-eryfat the converienicei:. the C,:mpan.' s-wriin 4 h -.ur i' telseralph,.
deli'c'ry i;s -l'ticd. Del; ery b. mail bey-nd :L :ndJn will be mide if a full mail-
ing adl.r-'s is gr.-.n and the wosrd '" P--t L:ondn are wr-ntten after the d.ittna-
t;.n. Rite is appr.jimatel,; one-thild of the full rate; minimum 20 words.
WEEK-END LETTERS
Similar to Cable Letters except that they aie accepted uo to midnight Saturdi'
fo:r deliver. Monday morning. it tel egraphi. deliver. is 'elected. Rate is approx-
imately one.-uartcr of the iuil rate; minimum 20 words.




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P1 dear Laurenoe '
JHae just wired yon:-
Report on followings South half section 33-45-- S safety and accessibility. Are
road nd bridge fitt Ie oanal darned
Section 6--4.-4? safety and aveilabilityt
bouthwent 80s"ection 5--44--S7 safety?
Other goodSaailablo mland Roadines:; plowing outfit? Thos.E.Will."
Which beingg internvetood.. have been going over land ntt.ers, with O.Jfleotor today. ,,
Pro i hinI can get the free use of *eo, 33--45--37; 280 aoresj all S.1/2 saetioneleen
40 acres in TSW oonrer.
The question ias Is this better than our Okeelrmt or Pruitorest land,&n pointespo-
gllJY, of freodIo from haazrd. HaNzard neansaespeoially d7ATER LAZARlD. I seupectoedfrrm what
I had heardthit thins trao+, was no better than our landlexcept tbhat it has an open main
o .nel--the IHllaboroalwhil all our .anals are choked or dam-aed* I ampropqsing to get this
HNOmaal dm ouit,andth:nk can do it, Have little hope of Mi*t ifia oanal dam coming out
soon, ftet+ing atoppage at es+, ( Hi.llsboro) end of Groan oCnal removed may take a big fight.
SPovWeat" naY' +,he oainn eoxmse

There is -a question whether t'ie road isOt from tio Pahokee road.to Jeo.33 is rin fit son-
dition. A.lso whh+,trpr a bridge i:" +, has yet been built. Then there in a Rorth-and.South
oanal tb'ro'la or pant it which which Ketohin tells me is damned. -,onder if this is nos
anrd whAeher it cm. be gotten out? Is saidto be of -7ood. Oufht t+o be eaasity removedunless
snin big intarent in'det+ermined to keep thn dnm there.
"eoJ 6-4.-37 iou go half-way around on the run tg So. BAy It in supposed to be a fine
-eotione Ketohin think.i part of it may be available Stillphe thinks that,liko other uns-
tlrd n.nle land!it fallen to O'AUiATE' well. By thatphe neana,faild to ereroisa capillary
attr:iotion fl iu:'oiOnntly to brin- up the Nwte- fro- a I. lo ater t bl;leaading to t,h dry,
drought soils we ha hard of gond deal n-..reoent years as characteristic of custard
apple a1lnd. Thi- big question would beV'" ould this -land ,if available,prove too dry for sormnt
(ry Centu f diotion.ary has not discovered the word&' Oapiulate',thlo it mEay serve a purpose,)
South-'Test 80-aro trnot in Sea, : 7 is ri.:gh at t'e berL h of the road +to "nBay. It
belongs to Hector. I export to learnto-morrmv,lf an get it If sosit would seem to be
an IDErAL .piece upon 'hlich to begin r corn operations
Rector als o h th+, ;nR"H HALF OF :;!C.1-44--37ICGiT Ol THE ROAD to ;OUTH BA?;aig1e of
rMad frontage. If I could get thia,rent-free,1 should be in clover. rHoweverit is doubtful
if I can* 'any learn tomorrow. Ktfohin'n fnra is in So.1l/2 of this soGtiong3.E.1/4e Tie think
his is better than Wo.1/Rbeing outside the dry oustard apple belt. I should lik to try this
'o./, pf 7,tho,if -ould get chance.

SOther g.od 'nd,M I an in hopes you have found some gooddeairable land,as bean landnnow
gcing back to weedstill fallt+,ha. ncn et rent-free orif not freebtt'en for a'rent we could
afford to pdV out of our half the 6rop. Un fine lind,~.00 per acre might be cheap insurance
where pumping plants are genuinely h-lpful.
There is another points aome senn tothint th- Jeff. pumping asyten is doing the settler.
little good. W"het'er broae ias-handled--as Kchwen's wa ,i the storagwhen the puTrp m-an
ran away;and in other oane:;of bun' management, of whioh have been told--IV Werts,se*g,or for
other reasons mnn be a question. Stevens told nn.,i. repfy to "y quesntionthat the aen he
sees have very little to say about the pumpas,ne wea or the others That'n funny:iasnuoh as
these pumpralsa delivered or not-are costing us suoh prices as to menace our ownerahi-' of
our land.
I certainlY hopa the trfaqpr 'andplow are Oady. Il mnay get .gAdtafu. Yours,Dad.

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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 recld ation fut is. Hence the Broward Drainage District must
sell its bonds.[ t
But it must first have more people nd' o it.' This the bond-buyers insist on.
This won't cost Lauderdale one cent. It wil le roward 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
l~lped 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 "'YES" on
this referendum.
Some have said. "We won't vote any more money to the old Board.l.' C ./I
But do you know that these men are all out? G
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.

Wa right Printery
\W. Broward Blvd. at 12th Ave.


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1W darMre.,nton -
As to t So. Flaw lotnaervanou t Diat. In l91 9in dead oreolgU pnponaent put it U
and put Veiiaelves on Its payP+roil. all done before we knew mobh a.thing was daresued .i
PersonallY. hoped for the bepht.
19 you Oan point to any actual good Your oopamQ has ever gotten out of itAI shouU ii
to see that good.
In 1Pp,40the agt, of this Dist. put another bill thru the iegialtores. his saddles a'.
bond is.ue s 4 50j0000.Q0 onto us klX1 Agaitnwe were never sonmulted. Oui masters di'.
'for our good .
They have long pled. ed us an Okeelanta raping District' Nobody has ever seen ;it1
Now we arotaxed 13,00 pn aoea ?OR pTIS DIST.,nadnly Th, lL' ta admits it cannot deoite
these Iumpjin goods' till they sell their new bonds They hseesignally IAILEI to e.a.
thengthn mnuh was being Salideeme S months agoabo titheir sellingthema-thea praetoalS,
a iAtE TCHIG," I was following the selling very olonl2yjchiefly .at W.Palm Beaohwhe.-*.
waff stnyiniand viitit ng their officesaanl. those of he Bandteallin people right .altaiQ
Reoently.thea ndmittel. to me in !-Aiaw..in their main offies.ltha' they see no wayswhtiie.
wherredthey flAM sell those bonds3and ptt in that punpinr plants, An we t are RIG~S f i
that ,0,n -po.r-aore burden of a non.delivered pmsping plant .*
I have finanolal people behind aegautharizing t~e to plant 1 s orea of oora.right asiwu
probably to be inareqased to 38O or naor-eand we havens more itpeetion for our oropfetroD i'
thaot Diatr'-otthan we hrre had right alonggand far oas. than when I first took you to 1 i'
Okeelanta Umuntrytboforo ,M.i 'COnaervanay DiLet, was spawned.
NowAifpeople in that dist' hawefailed or refusedto pw thone oppressive ,hold-up taxied-
they are notified that they JIST DO SOO 30 : ay lst or lose their lands FOREVER with no -'
ohnoe of redewqptLra ei+thor in this wnrld or in that to oqume If-they would savltheir ld-b
they miau conatnue to grolanli 'e your campaWsmunder burdenslike thin* -
Homne are out+o end this appreaieon andextartion, A petty i of the taxes they are tr7#p
i"g to ear stt fraon e would be sufficient to enable m.eaWITH 1'0 OWC HADSand indepenadttlr
o f thersto establish ur own 'Iaping aPstemaend revive thVe dead anddofw Oktelautaawaselfi '
RUWIED 1v methods such anthem haRaerut upon u( gee enon* press story,) .
The way to do this in to get this whole rotten nean into the Federal Oourteexpose itaat.

Tour emrparny probably p ays this one Distiiot 3.00 per aoresper year, 640 x 1S.00 *
$1,9900on per .ear, You own mmuh morn thnn 840 acres, Oall ydr taxes *to itsfd SO.00.0
Here is +,he question fo Youg-- .
Woukd 3re rather n.y yhem 2,300.00 Iper year andeprobablyiha v shem greatly Inorease thki*
a little laterlly loblreing more lecialation thrubehind- our beeksoor


Pay Sa500-l-saPy^..ito our '* DPCISH UE WDtfer pr6teotin4r6r Olad
unju4,3y taeddeieved of due benefaijss d now threatened n t sonfip e
Ther wil. be no second sall fran us. We expect to write man atnidi
r espond welliRwe ay Ie able to refund half you now payr~ r namn* But we
attorney f100,00andget thing started.
And 'aYy Ist, is uat three weeks awaRHen. e,wew havenot a di to lose,

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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 Bro('ard 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, $70,0,000 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 knowthat, 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 tq 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 Eier'gladers 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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1 dear Lawrenoes ..
Yours of 8th.a t h.Pp 0' 0 D) Wov I a wild to START THE PLOWS, aeasoa gettinglate
and I need to ab a GO)D R0POAt to the is. MNaon't seen then for a few dqays
Unloso- you hirto struck something fine near youalay off the first land thuas--
Star, ast 'f ,*TOeoer of ao+4, seo,,3 ..-4 .. JL. and marks oulterts tractoriand iron
stake.) I.3. ', UOe tr;a#a a 0ar
stake.) l.?.r3 1inne %. WtaIo be t nanagl iossgyou will aert at B.E.Oor. of 50-aore
trac ,dosoribed. horoixj.
Go weatson no.border of :Traot 94umboit 800 feet. ( Striotly 805.48')
Then-ao asu+h.,tt+,ing ItNWcorner'of Lot B.oain New 0keelantag thence on south to no.
border of EuaoPYptus iWd1. ThiJ lUie is 300 feot south of south border of Norvls place.;j-/-





ruinscW of -h-r early Tv'oivilir:tinn.
I'm delighted thn t you have a roael mn,you Oan recnnond. If we Cet on right there ought.
to be a gond,big field before hiM ;for.daspite the pol* orooks,land.-thieves,andall the rest,
I'm out r+, n+.ir+r, real CO'V-BlAOs~ and a whole lot mone.
Tell hin I ram out to pinw Ph ,l0n per aorearith tractorJplowgansoil,reauir.ssotc* fur-
nished. &
:tenrhilobul fig~rinrf on the bee+, tro:tor ly-outlat least moneysthnt we Oan find. We
shall hweeo rim trw tr-riotor-rqat vlpastif 'we e get hee on ar big opportunitY I should
prefer to rdont,rn+,h-r th-m bIuyptlun 'rl buying nc00:t littloand even .*a o ought to be allowed
to nby eit,her buying comst or rent out of orop returns* ?tr offer has been based on having
thi. Andma trrc, tir arhih Cost' no oaney save for repairs andupnkep. "o oash wilv be soarae
till. e'op heobnn to, go rntn marketed
3.l*inatoof:'or .ahts,,ith CO'.STATIT RUII:I of trators,, dayLsin the week. Time is short.
tetahi na.ea-3rurntwoerdayth-,t The corn ought to be in thn gootnd a N'7,* That fact stares lae
i n the fvo.,and nmakes "ie hnpo we nay .eat s-one desirable land u'der prup,where late orop 'night
be -s~tely "grov'win evn ",.?. bgi rains begin'
tsw fr-pent L- pnllg thi:n a.ren Recently' rofurned fromi P-Iai bond Da" is ,hare functioningg
finelA -.'.atearrnning out+ of thie ana ll over the lands Cofferdsama started "ne leaBs
up-st a.-anl, t top -n tk bot,+,on :;nnlk into iud. ioenoe I4G. Saw owelllagainrs -d'oayPre.
Ld*Chainber of 0onror'c ise lI n+,ronfg for gtittiig the dam outandrgettin boatas to running,.
without w;i.tinv for Fodleraiv aid. Hle would htae put a b ;EAL LOOK in wit,h themoney Norton had;
but it got mway sotnhow.and ewe have only sonIo nme wreokand an aoeursed DAt.e Think we
shall c,+t +,hn dib no ut,
;hrxln plows stur t.plenoa "IRf, 'st* I'll get t+ho word s3tr.igh, to t' 'o B. family.
Oordi'ally yours,

Pl:-nty of love to the :family. "aed
ml'FI.
:sone one shdA walk in fron+. Of tractor,and watoh for wroe age on first
run north u onb.-ir9 yearR agowe ran 1 -to a hole bet' ioth'e and
School House tha1, cost, us p. lot of time and bother Ther e may be
fotunda+ions gf burned houses that iwill mako trouble* Old iron in
our shed at Id Plae,may be there yet, oig Ben is in sight.
rnolosed is deed for Sar copper. He and ,iwhardton traded lots.
coh* sara hi'" 'boot* is Ten Dollars"ewhioh You ahd.oolloto .light drop
tanm a oard re deed. Intended to bring it last w undnay TE.W.
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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.
':" Theib 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.
SFurther, 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.
Sotme 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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!4F dear Priendag-_


Faolosed please find frontn IIr0o'.,O0akessuba to
Thi jiLtb sub. of !bist MHJ.Lawmrene,o
and from Irel4CeAlexandersof
adkesaas A total ra adeto date,


our DESE FI NDof


I have been working a' other dissatisfied owners of land in the So.
?ao* ansorvanoy Diatrioteineluding W eMKetohrnli/4 'eotionelir'0 Jal
ReatorPs80 assand r-lBentongwith others owning over 1A0 ase

MPrKetehin was about to start tn hisfarm near Soo*By, e isinter-
entedphard prea:;edand aboutprobablyeto colleot some funds. In such
oeaehe will help-

I was to see -'r"Hector to-dnyphave made several effortOa, b+, ,thus
farp.wIthaut uonoean.

On leaving youI wrote frpnton a letterfuly setting forth the
onanetnd havehoped strongly for his cooperation. I shall probably
follow matter up furtheo


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Tod4ny, received letter from n7san Lanrenoe Will He sGaysga-

Was" out to Andraesf place to-day. Tractor is in good condition except that .
water had 4t inside. One cylinder was rusty and valves atuok,also olutho "
It took n19 day long just to get there and inspect tractor* "'ent to wrong plaoae
firststhen onne back to Okeelafntagot another boat and went again,with Oowgll. and
Edwvrdas Had trouble with both boat enginesand hba a propeller get loose. Re-
oalled old boat'ng experiences.

9 ll W so to-norrow.rith noohaniO, et machine in shape to runjand bring
in on barges..Aindrae's plow is already at Okeelanthiin good oonditionh.

'lhe r.ins seem to hmrae stoppodganrwater level getting lowvr* Water had stood
o top of grtondbut damaged oreps very little* Plows could be used now* With
pain enqeefai rop could probably be protected during sumner* Simall ditches
could be unde with plow ,with po-sibly so-n --iniahing with shovels,

A.UAlUMon fromrx.StationwOnt doan NIew River Canal to iAnpect rook dam
tear 0 -ile oo aklwhih was put in to t" prot at lower enast .farmingng asked hil ,
Now about prtecatinp TInper liade s fzarminng got no reply, e would not get
farther than upper and o. rook ohannel,.n asot of jam of hyainths* o.

ole did not say whether it in planned to areove dampbutsaid water is beingforoed to Y
flow out over land but did not think the dam would afTeat the water conditions at
the upper ond of the oanal."
Wa+,er in down now ten or twelve inches blow tho sarfaceoa -

ThiManor n, aRI a I rmk Marahalaoft PFt.td.boatmBn and contractor ,who had re-
Gent3y visited the 0-Sile Bend* He reported that, the daa is thbraewater nA upper ad
several afet higher than on lo'eares9nd flowingoa t ovr banksaonto the land, Attept .
haid ban .nade to build eafftr- dEr s Une had saken a. t. ap-streasm end.anusing itq:
u paper end to be out of pq~rpndirm.d andth swwth s,* No work is on at the dam -
1 4 o t snr a to-aP e br 0mame o9 end ; ino rdo (bo)aiidtha mon? ts s te r


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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. I,
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 munt 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
W. Broward Blvd. at 12th Ave.











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Rowewers+,he rmney had gotten awvayandthere waS not enough to build thelook. lennoewe
haye no look,or prospect of omelbut we do have a DAMa He .i indignantandeeady
to help ge' the oa'\e rer"mdieda


There should be a asriot accounting of the money required.
wowk on 1thre loctnhould be begunor the d~n should 00.ME OUT.


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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 C6untry 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 Pond-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 tases 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.
7THOMAS E. WILL,
S/ 209 S. W. Sixth Ave., City.

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





-- LAWRENCE E. WILL W). O. DUNCAN


PIONEER SERVICE STATION
AUTO REPAIRING. TRACTOR AND AUTO PARTS
COOPER TIRES AND BATTERIES
HUDSON-ESSEX AGENTS
BELLE GLADE, FLA.


April,ll, 1930

Dear Dad,

Your letters of the 9th and 10th, reed. I have got
Andrea's tractor in good running condition except for about one
hour's work putting bearings inTa front wheer'and a little
adjusting. '7e ran it into tkL. under its own power. It runs
goQg. The baXe was toqglow. Am ordering a manifold forthe
5/t other-tractor which I am figutrng on using. That will be 15.00,
/. -. "r but there will be no charge for use of machine.

Have looked over the tracts which you mention. S.W.
corner Sec .5, east of B.G. road looks best. It has been
burned ogyr bdt noJ eep. Is covered with ead vines, and a few
weeds and custard apple lo1Q. There is about one acre in the
S. W. corner which is under cultiyation. This lan'dqs not
need to be plowed. The tractor can pull a middle buster and
corn planter at the same time. and thus plow and plant at the
same time. Shiver says he can make good money doing this at
1 l.g per acre. He just finished planting fifeen acres this
IE5is '1 way in onae-ay. He says he will also plow.with a turningjplow
at $14Q per acre. He can furnish two Lasers and a jisc., and
i' .r rif the tractor which I mentioned, but the expenses of the tractor
that is fuel and parts, you will have to furnish. This Sec.5
is in the 7:Jj. pumping unit, and is jhih. The fact that the lxX
land will be dr while the corn is growing will be an advantage.
/ If you wire to start on this tract, and the dimensinnt of the
tract, how far east and how far north of the corner, I can star
tart planting_ monday.

On Sec. 7 south of the B.G. road, Lozjer is using all
the NLE. part. Part of the 1U. W. quarter is farmed by Creech and
Starling. The rest jisin weeds, and would probably have to be
plowed. Sect. Q,_is partly.farmed, the rest would have to be
plowed. Have not located any bean land but have heard of one
suitable piece, but will have to see the man who used it and see
if it is available and who the owner is.

All theg s~sections are better protected from water than
the Ok. Land. Sec. __ is pretty far from the rock road. I was.
told that the muck road bridge has probably not been replaced.
Looked for ditches from t~t direction~ "at should empty into
t:ie Hills. Canal, but aLl of them seem to be stop ,up. This
Sect. is not in any pumping dist.

If you don't send word to start on some other tract, I
shall probably start lowing at UQ., altho it will takejlonger
Sto plant there on acct ,.f plowing and the danger of the land
Being flooded is much greater. T we plant there, it strikes





* LAWRENCE E. WILL


PIONEER SERVICE STATION
AUTO REPAIRING, TRACTOR AND AUTO PARTS
COOPER TIRES AND BATTERIES


HUDSON-ESSEX AGENTS
BELLE GLADE, FLA.

me that Norve tact would be better as there is less rubbish
in the way, altho we can skip Cooper's blown down shacks, the
machinery etc.


What kind of corn seed do you want?
some other?


Cuban Flint or


When do we get somei._ney for expenses? Andrea's job
came to about fiftydollars, counting only five do lars a day for
Shiver and me. I don't know what he will expect for that time, JM
but I told him I would see that he did not lose, as he hired a ma
mIi to take his place so he eould come with1 me. If Billsberry is
going to finance the work, now will be a guod time to suggest
that you must but some gasoline and seed, and the men expect to
get their mney when Sat. comes or when their work is finished.
Will notify Copper about the deed. I think he is in
a hospital on acct of being hurt in a car wreck.
Do you p&an to come here Sun.?
'7ill close and send this to '7, P, B. by
a salesman so you should get this tomorrow.


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April 11,1930.


Mr.Lloyd E.Fenno,
Court House,
W.Palm Beaoh,Fla"
IV dear !.'Fenno:--
Will you kindly, list for me tie back taxes on the following tracts:--( Flat enclosed).


I--Sec 2-45-3 ::
All included in blue,namely:--
A--Tract NO.14 = .20 acres.
B--Tra ts Nos' 15 to
21 incl., 87.74 ) -/ cpa
0-- to 12'incl.,=3.47 ) = 104.21 acres )
D-- 37,40,41,S.1/2
of 42,43,44,
53,54,5 i5,58,57,58,59,60, = 135.00 "
E-- Tracts 33,3,4,35,38, and
No.1/2 of 45,48,47,48, = 0.00 )
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1--Tracts 82 and 3,of 5 acres each,=-10.00 )
2--Lots R8 and 63,of 1 acre each, = 20n )


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Again,in Sec*35-44-36 i( Plat enclosed.)
l--TWhat trstsr, in the N.E.1/4,west of canal,are not subject to sale,after
fiY 1,1930,by the So.Fla. Conservancy District fo.- back taxes;
_--\Thather Tracts 4' and 48,in the N.W. 1/4 are thus subject to sale.


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Thih 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-RQ/UND 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 youiknow 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
o this referendum.

Some have said, "We won't vote any more nioneyto 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 th'e Governor to appoint them. If, later, the Ever-
gladers want these nien removed, let the Governor remove them." That's POPULAR GOVERN-
MiNT, and it's the solution ofthis problem. *
:VOTE "YES." And then help the Everg4aders get their own kind of a Board. -
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This referendum ought to carry, BIG. It's the ONE THING that.will help the Back Country.
SAnd 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 far ed. Then, as in Dade County, factories will follow.
These will bring pay-rolls, and'a YEAR-ROUNb 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 holy 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, n st of the 20,000 old Everglades buyers hate 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.

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Hnreyour' of the 11th. ou are surely maknig arasord, YMIN E
How Its brealdng a hNme string to get those lands in S3e* 8 & 7w! probably 200 as,
Heotor is Vr ying to sall thl.m, llen is handling the sale thru X Al en is afraid to say
a word about hiwin'- th*htilnnd farmed till X Bees buyersand says OK.'" And Allen has a
time finding X. So I am.:l-ft I th tjra HowfverpIn str s-ing my point to Allenand thin l
we'll get th+g-tB 0 an. or no*, I r-:3that's worth a lot of trouble. 4ndwith the pumps '
operation thereif te r.dns oano,they ought not to do us o .aunh harn. /
fut4i? deola still continues in T ,% 7,letas start on Norne's RS & M :hoping thatbefor-e :
Ve'-ve goe f.arwe'll h-aothe 5 P 7 1;
Nextl sought out Billabarow, It meant a w-dlk o t ort mise R~t I found.him. Now he has.
to g a to he Mlni ban1' Manday to sen homq hi- balance stands ,That blocks my plan to wire
yon to-nitFgh+, to atart, ni-,'; rve's iaond Y morning at daylight# and kee", going with all the
tA-~tors an.A shifts wavlable.gt," get a LOT in in thislast hmo th.
.mondnvy n y b-ing theword that 5 and 7 are avrnlable* But be readYto ritart with Norre's,
i-f- Fn Idran:y :Aondny night.
I oan see B8 has the u noY;it oonlen in on him.; *l,00Oj80.00 e4200.00" etc. But he's
written r lot of cheokska.i-.,ou+t keeping record, and he wants tb know how he standspand
r-h. t+I.e he mrs+, wire mnr:;!tor ore funds.
ieotor's folk'.: aro qui+,t willing ie should hrvet o "80 as. in "eoa. 33;but.till we knw
p+.trnn>portntion and raolcmnation are. ook*I feel as tho I'd rather try Okeelanta or

.- .+ to ser d: ~~ilown sny hearingg sa.yn,, Use Oubon *lintNassamaV.'. ut or Florida
/" hite. Ohrley .Rode3ssay.i "''ix Ouban lint,in thoh biagoith Florida "h'ite' iLeod Bryan
th'nkn this not god mixture to nell* He would look with annromval on the mixture
"'h-il-y Rodep tr:.ught o 1ij3 eln)tLndlhr;+, brought *uch grid re zlto,n~n*r el',No~ sau oWith
Uold le Jinto mL_ in in the b g .
You .an prob-,bl phqt-:'jr- Br_ don onon tt i.apint. :'.Thatovr he ain-rozesand on furninh suits
.era Toult ]IoIhe han sood corn to .ell.nrlu seWln ohener -+,han others understand* I want
t o keer clono wi+7,' him-aniy y.lv ir a l thin oorn mUttnreas of yor se
re.
.. hope no !flp hA.w- two tractor:- ruinni ni -U.h+_iand-..lY,turning 4 to r acres W nay;
ano a pla)+,in,-elut2it .tri une just v7hen e iantto u.e it,andtha will plan- as3. per Abour
we d(3ii .in 9n0 ), 7(, planWted F 7' rows at one time : n as. per hourby the T'toh.
0 n ln1 % like aos5,it shd be 9a:y. to handle big aornage peda r-Y robablv 7 mty be as
good. .
SAsq qii4k as -wa eot these inas-Iging,I -wantus to look aaa'J.ly into the Dmp natter for
"keelata. iMInder Err you Ihven' a go.-od For tnotor thnt will drive th'n bueSesa?
Th-n the propq2l ral s a implo n: ttor' There :may '*e one in lr.,lade thP.+ aqn be picked up,'
"hen the tunnel can bo made iityour shop,ensily(andthe -vhole mounted.
At OInl-.n. e h1reo.n hg n thq "aithi- ;:ain uanal. on the weet+ the SaFla Gons Dituh;
on the :;ouththli Bollesoanall On the Hort+h i~ Onlfonni-atohee- St.run-win-h lf way to the ditob
4' _-" k tch s should follo3.7 th it Caloose rgad fr-on the ,.Ozial to the Con.Ds!t. ditch.
'' hen ,hor area need! little ditches I believe t+ tractor plow oaq go far toward cutting
'ease. These shli probably be fininhe. vith nhovels in nen's han'L:, The puimp shd'
expel water o'erthe b:mnk into the f olles Onnal* 'hen the traqt shd. e fi le'l up wi' h
interior ditches" TheInlowI helieve,wi.1. largely out these, mhon menrwith shovels
hold t+, ihro, at the re"- ining maoke
'ith 1.fpr Q a n, of or 3.E. cornerr in wntear.Lantrolpplecan raisaize pnff here year
roiuidand Hell It to coast towns. Add a oa'inninr ictory,and so -ruch thef better*
..Then we oan UE.LiL .PL. That, done,l o nill ll well~ringing returns Ohiqkens and
'#rbbitn Oan be ralsedswith profit Mus+ qt ti 1 Almost, asleep2
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This referendum ought to carry. BIG. It's the ONE THING that will help the.Back Country.
And the sack 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.


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On .werk ago*IdanyJu wave, to go to Okeoolauta sPleridaef Upper Gladss" with'
ir. (O Bl sbi.4rrow and maj aou wore iUllid unable to ,to go. ';
inoo thenI hayr' been n l to hear from youd I have asked IrI* ir labarrow
hat he onuld tell me nothing .

I should be very glad on mako yor -aoquainetace If you are il: should
be glad to oall upon you.
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I' an t tllI hore.in the A B:Ri I as on tho B&i Lot* juat Two LOCKS
ri&M WHST 01 THE POST OrTIC 1g9 D7QX 6 e.santh of Second 4reet. Ona't yoaq;
call or mot? *L I should' be absent,please leave 7our nare and address on
alipsatuol under the doorrnd "i shall try +to find you.

ae have a W~BNDERIL COO'ITRY up threr'in the Upper dlades soemies sMe tried
S ddesperat-l.y to kill it. Liars have worked over-tine to so' sleaner it.at no one
-ill believe thetruth about It. In faotpitia a country of the grweatW possible ".
Soportunity. It still needs things,mainly because of the above nemaies and
llarei but a few gocd,oarnest an oan work wonders wi+.h It, and it is -Jasred fall
Sof A is T H for those nonif they will gac after thrit wci*lth ganr not+ allow
+,.he enemies; keI-p' then out+,ead thehiars deceive the into believing that *thore is .i.
othiing, other for then.
Let's geot aoquaintbederight awarRand see what you and S cam do.


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S-ON THE

SBroward Drainage District Referendum

i;. 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.
'.- ,.jLauderdale 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 wt cost Lauderdale one cent. It will cost Broward County one little mill on the dollar, about
$7,00 $8,000 per year.
.I, "But the new taxes and new business this will bring will tuln 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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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 Cost, 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.
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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 Printer "'
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April 14lso0.

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el.le Gl do,?lora-tda.

Incmkers and ofttrgeour Oleeslan-ta round disoouraging- Bla-bain ow.

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209 S.W.8th.Ave.,
Ft.La derdale,Fla.,
April 15,1930.
Mr. Roy 1 Fuller,
City.

My dear bir--

One week ago,gunday,you wene to go to Okeelanta ,Florida,( Upper Glades) with
Mr'George Bilsb.-rrow and me. eou were ill,and unable to to go.

.Since then,I have been unable to hear from you. I have asked Mr* Bilsbarrow,
but he could tell me nothing.

I should be very glad to make your acquaintance If you are ill,I should
be glad to call upon you.

I an still here,in the Bi. House on the Big Lot" just TWO BLOCKb
DUE WEST O THE POST OFFICE One-alX blook ue asou of Second Street. Can't you
call on met If I should be absent,please leave Your name and address on
a slip,stuck under the door,,-nd shall try to find you.
We have a WONDERFUL COUITRY up therein the Upper Glades Enemies have tried
desperately to kill it. Liars have worked over-time to so slander it,that no one
will believe thetruth about it. In fact,iti3 a country of the greatest possible
opportunity. It still needs things,mainly because of the above enemies and
liars, but a few good,earnest man can work wonders wi'h it,and it is jammed full
o f W A L T H for those men,if they will go after that wealth ,and not allow
the enemies keep them out,and tneliars deceive them into believing that there is
nothing there for them.
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ril .17, 19,30.


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Dear Sir:- .. "

Your daughter, Mrs. Lane, gave me your address; I am the party
she spoke to you about some time ago, I am'interested in some truok-
farming proposition, and am favorably impressed with the Lake Okeeahebeei
section, Mrs. Lane informs me that you have some lands and a house in'"ie
Okeelanta section, and you might let me in on a deal with yeou. .

I just wonder if there is something that could bIe profitable grown tbher ;
in the summer time, that is ti start right' a way planting, what would;l' be
your best offer, and would you like to have me call and take you a long .
if I decide to go up soon?. '

Please give me an out~ne of what you would be willing to do for aie in. i:i
the way of ri.tal, if I can earn some money up there I want to buy .someie :
land, I think I want to go up there right a way, so please let me hear. 0
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N dear 1aweneta-.
SiB's sold feetand fooling alMaot weJake the aholo plan Uaw m erefterCf a huge hunt,
I'fe faathe RVA~,grNG--h. YEIwMhn is worth a oar load of hime She ansureame she
I s 3ea~y o prforminand will as her monGy friend SUNDAY. Then let me know at once what they

This of caureno ho.n c a:.ahed our aaoroagOho7ever uI h money any be raised NHW. But it looked^
like a anr-o gofr what we onn Faut in beforethe end of April* I don't want to go farther.
I rrtain.tly honp You haveftoi saome sh ltoued land. If aomprepare to start on it. If not,
let +th start, 1- on Iorvoats land, Then -11 tell you of the net moves '
Ty hope -ow and 7rrnn', cl'l.rri.nr g IStrUidityr But could not help it.
Ihope mir crg:nnin+,tion han not gon to pieces. If 2 tractors are radyhavo forces to- run
both to mnudinir o oof'eetienmns; 10 anres or more 1nr dany, hope. Two 'chiftr, of 10 as"
each night b berst Losvern +,i--n for- tink>ringpy men -rho hre' slaspt other hours.
Th"n I an nalding ail plan: to gn+, a i1. on our IT.Okt, placeO1 a*. at leastas a
st-'rter,+,o get ppl. lrnClsanho', none lifc into thnt corner" Then .ae on Got :;3me pub.
"inprovmr nts; i~now dl nid or delyqnd an thegroudth t therolr, 'onnoody there"--after the
r'-ril'- "'-ernrle it. inpr3:iblc -r anybody to be there. ( "ee to-dacr'a to-ry ane.)
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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."
B' 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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npril lA8iA930,

Mr. T'..Prairhild,
* 04 '1,10 19th,.Ave*,

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XcuIp f-vor o? +he 17t+h.reod. Thank you. !, daughter had :'nntioned your interest.

lnoloaed find sundry p.perriincluri.n.s-
1-- ;,~ of genearl loo...+,inn.'l of ,,O3reelarnta To"n Site;
i--olnldern 1.101 23ha7 ing ponsibili+tieR and attrrtotionni then.a
.-jioon'; mout-'i ,gs fro;'i iy r2titi!gu( t-4-mOc & 4-18-30) showing the work of the
'rfsde&en.T 'who haeo 7'ro oI'y negl',rtnd their du&hiestoD h'Ivf triod t-co vr6ck our
vradj lrlde'- oivilizatione

I a- plr'ring to return ,:no.-jto Okeel-inta. ity job in the Everglades has combined,
in K '".V --
1--'hA+, f Molesnho t-ie-t for 40 year:vto got the Ohildrujn o? Ilr- ,-l into the
ik'or~ts-eiL 'rind;
C2- .T : o? Joshi, rw!n nought tfo soirl tlhrt, country frao t'ae "aalalekitarltittites
o0'1 a;l onZnifLe: n:od now,
-- 'Tha.:, of Ioh^nirhi1rho v.ilsoied the wreae: of hia hone oityviooed it with a rrow,
-n cn ot. nu to re-b.i.lA it;+,ooil in on.1 hmndrl .Ti: 1aPnnon in t,%n other. Th laUtter
lr r't nr'-'en'w tt-.'ke
Plentine wan nevor in it'" *--a Is.t;u the recordg--*.r.th tho Evergladas a. a
potentrin3. i.-r'%on 'if `Joii. ut cnVon +,th lrttfl wain guardeler. .wig vritti flmi4rg
.;wor'i: i' j .. l:c our lfirf T'rLnltIi- .aUt o

]jl.'r ri rtn rin.no fnmd.i +thi, vwill on-.Lble 13n trnnt,to waget a suonessful war against
+th oncryt.
'7r Fi."'t noer in ,i ImtAl.. a loo ?, wATERR-ONTfROL syt om on a .nlot of sorto ten
.-ron.e .1T:d .in bhi" on ?!.0 Pl.at*e h e:ooo+, to n ak a 2r.al.L ar-ea a -r a- .rnst
r ,':,T'. r. .... : ,..? ",. ter, : o," L.'!.I....Coll.

h +,t]i,:' pl.-n o t:ia eandharWtvraio3ed by other;.tho f n-jiy' ve g t.blea..etce whichour
I on ,~orinr 1nel Lrovn &91L Ihe- muc.;eRn fully hra:dled w ,ih -ator riegtly handled. I have
l i-, .of sunrh hodnt+s. see ] Ensurr- Youra living* ,pp' 4--,)
ol+2il.? :Vr1o T-.on +,h.-' v. r b-ost -1,. oasioit line',i %? producti+on:noti.-.bly bocuse 70O
c."tn .rise.a.l-OTJhe nendiul feed,orinniy,,abiAantn i tl r and aheaply. ( 3oo eno" folder
; : I o t y ,. doirn ,g )

A 1oon 1-; w'. Ioi;ge+ 2oorl3ry It .r-,od,with !a1 r i-cointrol" :apnt.to i;witce in a inmabor
of ret, .JA'-ra3.TanT mon.G & in uleonriRted,I 7nt1.-;O cnlare 1U.0o ?ate-r-oontrol'ed
ru'eea,vi' i:nvis.o in i+,Jill lornpra.-. .-,0 one

or -y.u:'1:,'-re hvo boon bnyin 'rpri'yin oar ?Unato'r--con-trol which nevc et'.:.. dollvoreds
n"' I an planning to 1) IT 'ffST..Q in addition to "nying othor people to do it,'nd who -
Clo not, do no.

Xe., hrvn nli+~~ l0 hounrlargo enou -h for- t or more, I sh:ll :;pend part of .y time
t.hore4mu nof it at 4ello Rflad', There will e roon for you.

If ymi c.,- o run up here andtalJ those Tattea r over with me, shall be glad to see
y or. 1hen we night, wnnt to. 'ive to 0ho:el nta wnd see things at Mirot hand*
early notion to e s To :d ys when you can oonn will enable me to nama one .hen
I on be !,ure to ho here I 21 wire to above addrane vwill reaoh mee
P..,I thin!: we can figure out sooe wmtual arraseg. einoerely yours,
nent +,ha4 nmry ert a str.-Vaght a rental* proposition
LI) Moses double discounted me; for havebbWlat it onl THENTI years.


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This referendum ought to carry, BIG. .It's the ONE THING that will help the Back Country.
And tfie 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..1
But it must fisp.have more people and more values in it. This the bond-buyers insist on.
This won't cM-_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.
SFurther, 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
South 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 t6 do justice to Evergladers and yourself at- the same time, VOTE "YE S" on
this referendum.
Some have said, "We won't vote any more money to the old Board."
SBut do you know that these men are all out?
"-" You ask, "Who will follow them?" I answer, "Let the Everglades owners nane 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,
i 209 S. W. Sixth Ave., City.

SWright Printery
.' W. Broward Blvd.at 12th Ave.

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April 180.-1N30.

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Andes Uopr Mirritng (oI.,
Pottrorfl.onOhilea,.,.
Oxide Dept.

I regret that your lott-r wax not, prmptCly answered Enolosures n..y help to explain why.
I :T l;lyingeO'on n+,nt+.yto hr-1Y got ti- ;voerrgladen region nIoe cultivablo and habitable'
,eh- ciiffiultIes arttonding thin ti3r7: are suggested 'y enoc

In 1- wS-y,r& job co-bine: *,he ta.k of MojesiJo3shua and eahorcni.Uh
So'-es tried 40 ye -rs toeg. +the Ohildreen of lizral into heo Praoised Land* Nowevorho
."oubl~-U..scmulted negfo.r hme bcen on the job only r;'7" :T TE. ~Rr.nd Cn.-.an soe:ns alU-i t
a f:,r rif nfc7 ri 7 vrh.n I -iuartuedJuily 1909.

Jo-0au. rio'--o i--.c : fu.r le;yhm(e:,'--to conquer Oanamin fro". t: -'4ealdGitesaiifttes a.l
o th."'" ncnr!ions h'rvp not+, uhl.n-'ed our onenion yte+,bni-t an saill trin;".

!Tr-eheris- vi -itol h!i:i 1I! oi. Ioe 'To:n' ( piocin a no nonliht night o do it i):*iized it up,
a..:1'.e.-. r?,tk.'ew-ri the .job of Sti'3i:t.:-'iZ t+, up ani.n" I a-iabout t, return to the Oldost
Pl-.-iood *tl: 3k. nl in the Upper 'la.de.-SOhc .lnanta--which I foLdied "''ot's4.1913lived -i ,
uc : ? 4**o Wia ao-: nr yea..i.rnin e lled r firo:! n;y cotton fphrSial C:dtion.whloolly nmedlea89
u '.'h,-et'i'.'L OV- :.neo +,.-, .,un +,.l t I .vn tryi :. ,'~ ni::, n.. h .,v to b. st;T rn nnIouh to S3te
? ~.et "o i nth! .j idnji bi)it i--, rill 7e Tuish like fcrin- t alief-oa r in 1917- .

Pon r7 i to yiurr traTs+' 7.v irsid it.,and went, carefully n-c- ift rr-r -'ao-rn .ag' A .
_1'.L-; "'e'i .. .. ,,...n t,-- :hen;.it.'.,- ,. ^ r.!a?'ni-de :+J.i. l.-?-.e theS;"---r'-':.r' your 1',.-" T .-.+. 4.;rpli- s
t!v# r-1"u i -.s t 3 i* t.^-1 'r'ij: t ;b7.
-,:1 '0 n-or1e t'-,I- -1.- -l b- run n m yo r Lr et*uh nirh hp.; L smlj.80cheap bridge
h- vo f-r.T- to hw built mver a ditch
tH, .:4 f:: ur ".:-'r ;-r nr oro. re ., h- -, r thi *o Drai anage Dis-ric ri? hbing

'-. ,T.". 'hi n, '?h'i 7 1.." TolnMi :+t.i.l. hera.

ULrnder.sl, ftn.xd it '2lc 3%b .'ci o+ the rr-n ini 7rro1w7;rl Co. -a szhip..I i oi'tni f'"otld
1n. 0+.; 1.Bavi n J:,-::. n -e-y "eo;,:: II-r-vrahC r"ot a :-UTS I'7 about 1:1 yr.: ago;
L- %th +A.; t-cno't'e her" heal. She hrr 4inno tL-npe to the PO 'o he:- ol::': s a ship :nhipn point
S.. .-1 nou.n+t.. ...Al o un:1ln( o~ for.etr y ronr- s hbr ..' at .Ilo and. -r.re i.
o0r. o-" r o .f.-i r ons yoi a-l Par h sOi F) 1 .-) nof nhip')inJ ai5 .-vi-t4 in tLhi region' Too nuch
;:' ."-; ..'ll TD:..r:,T." prop-Ta i na;: ,n:.le:,e7*I'T ,'O9NIT 1ORK',or lot a4ybodd elso work--i-f I can
oel'-- iA." mr.o ,nnd. n g rod de-2 of rodutoe to .tL!t. o-''. to '.*7?o PC l.9 Bef*
"tt'rr~tin.: n:y'-,;u:. tena .lor;oic.-Z unee. no be aozt1lyiT: 2f': oh' j.3e:e t :. r- 0 0on.ey. T am
pO n. .i:? tn n.-: one inet .1 ver"- low fiLgwrie n:-:ysof.io fr -. i t : ', hou
h.:: rthoqn neflo-gur'rdn
Thee .. -.T o .-.hyr ro.r n +thinkth-: your l.;t-d :Ji'i-.l ait prodlic-e itr:ni '-n j e L sa
of .Cr.."'-. "al.hno near you*

Lake'lo' oolr) ntro! .eens pritoti+ally c.;rtzinhnnd,.ed lr'goly -r 4.hollYo,7b toe der-n' ovCt
Th. ata'- Drailina onrd is *a .R0'2, t-ir susanped in debt. h" Flood Board it;"lirgtly a
lobynl: iln l3titutionfl thhirjc,to hl n interest Unnol 'n, a*

T.ero I f' .;onethtin decidedly rotten in out-h Florida" and IIORTI FLORIDA ,too. I ,am ach
for a-gooid hneoo to help lprove thin' It lnoka as the ma h!ivo n ohanoeI for I am now fi.3.h
in" an for lr'lifo to o erp a loonl draina dint. from storing y lannr;dsalmost in tot.efor
non-~~ironn 09 truaxo for real nation .jndlatorncontreol never rendered3 our tax payments having
been very lrge.ly diverted to the building urp of rival polnts'vhile '"e hawebeen lef. to peris

I qrn gl.1 to welcome you to aur Developmen leaguee" 'Its mnnberahip numbers nearly 400 nowl
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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 ih 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.
i Some have said, "We won't vote any more money to the old Board."
i 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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If dear LaIgrenes--
your wire road. Rurrahl You are at itain spite of obetructiaBndelays end all threat*
SA ship off the old bleokr, ( or loekhead") *an saoe hight say.
That 1/5 orop rent is not bVd. If the othora will -hnre it+ with neit will be still more
liiht. I armn anvy that when I nade w offferpI had ownm landing aind. Then B. iaaiatad that
we get other land*whioh. changed the case* That,if W'-:ant to go ahead on r7 land,he will
pay no ront;but+ i he insists in g iing in on rented lnad,then he should bear his half of the
extra cnnt.
With rs. H. to deal withI think things will move easily anyafy. She is finevintelli-
genteand a buainesa womnnn We get on finely. If I could havefoundher sooner we night have
had no hitch at all* But B. wanted her 't -ft out.tho she was raising more mmaey than he.
Me's a queer old dimk. I My be jealous of he- highs" gift.

Yea.go head Iaady on th:rt 0W aoreshowever things go hereaor if you do not get word from
me in time. *hen I'd go an with that 3d. trnctthe rem-ining 2Oif no new developments asme'
With S tractors-mQr-ybe cleared laRndtoo --we ought to get son -hingdone yet before April 39
As soon as +t.h corn is in-or corn time is upI# wrant to Pet busy on the pump.-ditch w ori.
It's clear tha+ Jpff.? board will nevwr get us anywhere,butinto the poor house. If we wi -
it will be in spieo of thearand by beating then in the wants. 3o I wautto put is our op
water-eontrol.on a smalll area: In as~if neoesTaryg a get people in* That will enable us to
get more helpanore noney,san 'id P:R W'3,etc* So it will grow bY wha+. it feeds one
-hao find.oarbon ooTy onf my Saith-Rubison notes. Running pAmps with Fordson ought to b
practicablo We sh;ll daubtlesa have that Andraa tractor at our acon and soar time. Th-,alater,
if neceasary we eight+ hafeoua own notor* The tractor will unt our cost andlabor a good deal.
If we have bat i0 aorer--nn; niith antd bisonn that we ought not to make a small outfit
handle nirerwe o-in figure:
*olle- an-il on south;
11,H.R. Oanal on east:
On~lona ridge on north+tn school hnupe;
"henrat that -ointtie should tur-a south.with tractor and plowand makelas well a' we Aan .
vith tihosa,our lven mrnd ditch. Rrmd work night finish this. Then we should have pur t&ast.
surrounded. Ditch shd. follow Bolles Road, Small ditoheaenpty into its
Then little ditchho I r oonfideint can be made with tractor andhand shovels*
Then,-.-plan'ning for the second ten-nare traot, to the west-we'd rt our pump at 3sWe
corner of first, toenan' S.Ja corner of 2d.ten. I believe +.isnwnolr job will be a snap
beside mntry things we havedono in the Gladesa
ra --rough draw..ngs yio can figure out *11s plott+e t'1e ontoh basin. Rubison shows
beajligs )if shaftin tunnel. He and Eolaii thatit is well to haveyour propeller a little
to--igin dinn.mmal so have chance t +,tri blades -nd get better fi+ than otherwise. Nat-
ur-al shape of end of blade oauses a had loakethey say.
BY mkeein,- the ythons front choking usnnd keeping, everlastingly at itwell win this
gameyet.

11 p'ne 'snt get nsoe sleep. I've run till 3 *&a tw4oe this weekend late *very night,al-
m ost. h t to
Tell your helprrs I ap-reointe isense3l the wayhey treall taking holdgand wa to fig
ure so that all will get ben-fit atu of a BIrG 'WIN'lNGA
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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 wi-ll 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.
S 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.
S This won't cost Lauderdale one cent. It-will cost Broward County one little mill on the dollar, about
"i". $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
Coast, rather than the Everglades?

you ow that, for 15 years, most of the 20,000 old Everglades'buyers have been barred
'r 1 n properties, kept from voting, and taxed without representation?
So y ant to keep this up? Do you know that, badly as it hurts the Everglades buyers, it
ur t ,ou s worse?
If you want to do justice to Everrladersanad.oaurself at the.-ame --time. VOTE "Y E S" on
this referendum.
Some have said, :-'Wewon'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 menemoved, let the Governor remove, them." That's POPULAR GOVERN-
MENT, and it's the solutionrof 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.

Wright Printery :
W. Broward Blvd. at 12th Ale.

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": ". '.- Do you know Broward's Everglades have pajd in ,$700,000 or $800,000, most of 4hich has
'.- helped build the Coast, rather than the Everglades?

SDo: you Know-that, for 15 years, most of the 20,000 old.Everglades buyers have been barred.
.out-:from their oWn properties, kept froni voting; and taxed ivithout representation?
Do you'want'to keep this up? Do you know that; badly as it hurts the Everglades buyers, it
,* .- hurts you still worVise?:
If.you want to do.justice to Evergladers and yourself at the same time, VOTE :'YE S" on
this referendum. ... .
SSoine have said, -"We won't vote any more money to the old Board."
But do you know that these men are all ?

You ask, "Who-will follow them?"- I answer, "Let the Everglades owners name their own
board, by petition.; and then 'let :u all -ietition the Governor to,appoint them. If, later, the Ever-
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:: "': :MENT, and it's the.solhition of this problem.
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.. THOMAS E. WILL,
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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 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 $8.0004per 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? I

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
mLrts you still worse?

If you want to do justice to Evergladers and.yourself at e 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.


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And the Bac 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 Bro.ward 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 takes 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 ;han the Everglades?

Do you know that, for 15 years, most of the 20,000 old Everglades buyers have been barred
out from their tv'n 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 juice to Evergladers and yourself at the same time, VOTE "Y E S" on
t this referendum. '

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

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 ;:.tem. If, later, the Ever-
gladers want these men removed, let the Governor remove them." That's POPULAR GOVERN-
MENT, and it' 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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gi- a fUPwr world. I'n srely having a tii, o, it' nih thoe sa, .F been eponeting
t Q frMon theza..bt r*.
To-.diy, I got a ridn rlu th-roemandleft a note under the door. They were both outfbut I
told thon of your wre.and h-w you were driving right ahoad.aithout waiting for'helpsand
that that is an illustration e-" hw the Will family do things if they get a ghoat of a show.
"h'n,I returned.anl here c-a a letter' m nled before reapt. of r. note by the a's) and
fro-, i4r. a, .tall.i3g how they had gone over natter:l considered the awf l road bet. S.*B
&: Ok.othr d3rr.:eIl u' eaitland the unprotected Okoelnta l.!nd,and had decided they nuld not
eo on.in the iriunstmAnnes.
WellI visited them agin, arriving about j 30 p.m. Mias B6 was there .had read m noteasnd
""s3 groaty irares3ed by it. T el. aboratdrli sho menmed all reCVdy to 'oflfter all. Th en
?JrrvO.--froi +,t'e flold.tired -nd dirty. I had to ai+t for himu to 'ashedressaget rested,
et.. t.l!:d pleni-itly an t..hings n I; ner-l. "hen we had supper together finely She sug-
gest (t thn tin.h we had nea all the objections.aud he ouht to go head. WEt hesitated,
an' -initae for n opening.
aoon .ftr-r rmnp'er hoe 'aont tn bled* He Nand -I ti dked'nl 1 hp ovoni-:i. PHe had a bad eae
of neurnalgiea hich did not, inviet presmura ?An me munles.; aanted to make him mad. Re'
is quaietiv ilWrmnting a arll 3 pumain. Autiit far anAll' tnact a whiah.very likelywill be the
thinag;an ord c-: are. fnr the litfIe fellow* I encouraged hintand tol him how what I want
to ndo .-'u.d fit in with what he i tLryins to do.
then he brought+ ne baoc +,n the ,J.O.;we talk till nearly 130OOU0 His neuralgia seemed to
have let up.* Aspirin.naybe.) hen he told me he would see me again in a da or two.
It's very likely
4dii4 n t*."lr M~by4NJ zfNQOftW d pa1st ia ouwr:
which is aoneo oamnsolaion*
m wondering h-o yri r-ur doing the financing; on wredit,l supose ; the hbAf waiting ai
their -4namtnVo rdvranoing -as and oil;aInl eed. Am wonmdring if you can go farthergand
whehear yoni hamvr g ,dr,sa-.- Irad to work ln. If we can m-rke a few thousands out it all for
2urselves.-after -ui all-around t+,u-down.itwould surely ho a bi- joke on the others;and
should delight in publiating it. Nuit if its tying you upFth ,t is noeothing I have had no
-. 1^h, o doing. *
I'~i- r.en;ing 'i-'s. B th encliddI;wihich v.y do So-d. If nenawhilo you CAN geA in a totl of
saTy,100 as..and thon we zi-ak a hit it rdil be great. Do't knoa what la d of arts% you are
pl ;ntingelmu asuune it is natf and amoeslib"es If soahat rent is no serious obstacle,
I tel' t! i R'*- -,hant -' pnln hna benn sight alongsto ito. pl-ntint April 50th, andhat what '
i d 'Ione nuIat e d-.n quickly.
"illl tell Yhou l thrt is worth ICmwing.

This is iot the best,but much better than a flat and final, r eWP..
turn-down,. It is,very U.ikely they will come thru,after all.



(*) showing we had coveredl every point Gottex Mnr7 front the menamed land and onto proteeted -
1-d;gotte+, awny from the HIM Road and Dn-sned (lal ,to good road and clear oana3,iSd mwed
preeiou ftine by your aggreanive work lining lOpdRUr tracrtoresplanting 15 gas bWy Sataft
ra-oaRbl.y 20 as. aore 'l ndaytand another 20(this guessed at) by to-aight. kd.by Apr.*0
we aouldcrobablyhwae in near ly a total of 20,'aasif financed. :-

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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 'i
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. .'., S
This won't cost Lauderdale one cent. It will cost Browvard 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 whidh 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 barr-d
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" "n l
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 otit?

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-
gladdrs 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.


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,: :. This referendum ought to cairy, BIG It's the ONE THING that will help the Back Country.
And the Back Country will then help the town.
Lauderdaleheeds the'1Gades worse than- the Glades need Lauderdale. Lauderdale can't live
on tourists. SHE. UST PRODUOCEN








S But the Everglades must have reclamation funds. Hence the Broward Drainage District must
sell its bonds. ck try en help te
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this won't cost Lauderdale one cept. It will cost Broward County one little mill on the dollar, about
$7,000 or $8,00"0 per year.
S But the new taxes arid 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 youkndw Broward's Everglades have paid in $700,000 or $800,000, most of which has
helped build the Coast, rather than tb i ergades?

SDo you know that, for 15 years, mostof the 20,000 old Everglades buyers have been barred
l' ~out from their wn propertes, 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
S 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 wi] follow them?" I answer, "Let the Everglades owners name their own
;" "board, by petition; and then letus 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-
SMENT, and it's the solution of this problem.
"i ."VOTE "YE '.. And then help the Evergladers get their own kind of a Board.

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: 209 S. W. Sixth Ave., City.

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Wi 031a g yu osee ve still doi with this Panotoreaft Ipxus aSaa onXe Bae oap 4 'ia
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the ihliileal bonds which have connected the with anotherpandto assume among the
powerk o.f the earth that separate aadequal station to which thelaws of Nature and of
hat~re' God entitle timsr h mad that they
a: hall rmake known the re a or e ep anl U i
We hold these truths to be T*f" vi t..ret l n A qual; that they
are endowed by their Oreator with certain unali ee rights among which arelife,
liberty and the pursuit of happiness; th fj hese rights,governnents are
S instituted among men deriving their just r ghts rom the consent of the governed;that,
wheeve a government beoo ddestruotive. of th ights,it i the right of the people to
alter a d to ga its
anoh p z)sani I f n sur them
likely y ao fie afeliy o. jid V'pi-, "7 i V M1"'qiqL-iqqttuuuqq

This referendum ought to carry, BIG. It's the ONE THING that will help the Back Country.
SAnd 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
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.

I Do you knpw 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?

SDo 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? a

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 rerroved, let the Governor remove them.' That's POPULAR GOVERN-
MENT, and it's the solution of this problem.

SVOTE "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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Lawrenca', Kansas May tanid, SQ *1


S r Mr. Those. E. Will. Manager -'
.Okealanta Settlement Co.
Okealanta, Florida.
., 7.Dear Mr. Wills:

... Thank you' sincerely for the informative
'-. latter and literature you sent me. So sorry to hear
experience if we kep on living. These losses do aomeedo
each and all of us in the course of time. Life is onie
oc'cession of pleasure and pain.

I notice the little map of Okealant., Fruitrest Bis tict.
and the little towns about it. Are these towns of arSy sia
S~. ad o, about what population and what is the nearest town
to out place and how near is cultivation? -
Y. 1In reading your pamphlet "To the lost tribes of Israal-The
.. buyers of the auttered dlaes Land" it mat e mde.. ak mylf -tlef
:asticn Could I have im.e one. plow up an.lpait e%_the &oil ad
qt... hat ~o~st and then hae a some reapomfileb farm$r-ol.;F. & ,
t iWarD take it over and till the soil Kt a share pric? .,;:
Pe haps some one who has some land near would be glad t .o. hbandl
"'a ?t:'is 0for ame. I wonder if you could sand me soma informai.1 r
S.regarding this It mi h- be of mutual, inter'eit to botI:"s. Ia.

Yes we. like Charlie oi4.-1iWa. very mush. aza do so hope t4t i .
this,,Florida venture will prove szoceseai .f~r he certatnly de;ar t
it. He too has had so o ,n' Afbrtutia .
hen yoft .ee hi pleas or i'Le ,ih~ b Itw.C'a .

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?vI rneacpold fri-snd Wigaeras- M

.ihty gl.nA to zsee you again; in ithe prneer0. neqalth.pnrpos rity and long life to 7Oqd: !
I .*.F'o notea,with ernuiiftu pleaiwKrt',tha+ niotlhr old aictoni d-4our etatsf'hi*e aopGanr,
ion in trirbultican rwn uth pirita in PImon' ),han at lat coae into his wam by having
been tiuph..-vottlyZ e.'.cte'i t ,fhe Oiy Cr.i-'oinion. GO1D$ "C

Now "-m irt;-i3hlnsbcorJlysti aeO whether you become the City Mtangerg Aieane graat
th:1tbo'. 1'enI we*U it+nes n l soen-bauk* sure enaught

.*rn till filg.ingi +,he 8 -iles of the '.ildenms.-a U]M prwMitted,1 fight them in 13
the ?eagl3re.o- Jungleas. "Ten run ou+. of therr ,andfor year.;s:looked out--as had b ee0n
exs-rie2+nce ,inco 1921.-- fight them on thO de~er+t a-.n of. the Lower ast Ooast : .
'.7ePr'o I h:w'e been .i eile..

Loe.:.,; ou-t?" y S I-- Boom dct.:, whcn I eight have go+,ten real helpg.-Loerit was
Raeta -'Ualy lnrn oisibleoawsh of the tin,f or one to .get to Okeekanta at allpsave tlirou*I;
erperi--nee that +wouldha.rvo bro lutC ly -reskei all poa.ihility of i:terea-+ing a belpier.
A1 it wn.n,I foracvd r-f wayr I n+,wo or thIree n tine:but th- reaotioon on-ry hoped-for .
helBner:i wanr f.r r4.
r.,,e i nui.1 .1 help. fiil..y e-it.-d1-ttedeald -no htal .ide Ial our aTrr m gemr nta '. :
~a. n rnvil hmour-,le scmfided to hA.n "b:ai'r hib lnl+al.:d in-ediatoly h, twas not wi-th
a. i + 0" thnt nettled all t.i at
'e enaivt-L !~Po hrad pln.n all laidand a heloar fully so ritted and. nledged to 'help *
no nlnt, 230 to FSon atres of a, 0 R Nfor the new Ocsa !i-rkttcpromoted by iLO. brings, .
.:L*B-ERratdo-2 r.i a il.7-illion.aire AgtinI took y Ihel-r to tho seenae f s.tio .
'he re.-ult5 -ru-L dnnnariha in encloned :tory," M C ) AI .'," I haw trisedin every

brie!:3 wititat, Gtrawsiil Qpfd eot a fine 'doijonstratitin ,without funda.and vith some- ,
thing anggeantirng all t'-te feuds of the Pit at ;y hel;:,,then5ipn7ybea year hence--
,rhmun the l-3jin-thivansif theY can blut, ork their will.thnll have grabbed froa 1s me
about ovrrcti:n 1 h;-ave to sholu for r-7 20 year of Fgrc.ling toailn.mbc he'll hpjad
e ut tlhr.- v!xeyon a go1..-' haniisfor a auro tl-ing.

1 hll, h-mvnn+. Jrmped into the riveror +, urnDoc on the .a3;r.ot bo3ong. Sin to th.1
pnntieulr' or'l aMf thouiV". & 2ut I'm ?fitit-tg on.m.acAffdent thb-L 9
istht i3 Jight.aas Codx iz odo
Ana 1IGT the daYF will wi~e
To doubt would be dialCd7altr;
To fI.lt+er vouldi bo ain.s
'nen o -'t do L 7trin else for the casZa, ai.d when there i- still a pr.tor or two
froa I hish I h:eo not beon Mut out can till keep zs old t.peowi-er- going;lifti ng.
the liddsh.i- to th0i fe who iTo-. m 1an t 'o r a n3 "3 Y ho e ergladoe Iiell
i3t.st:' i .7 ?n'i idns it and -%4 1 An a life-long student of encomloiescpoliBtis
asd soail. nues.+tion.thia nrin intenael7 interesting +ay;b"ut for its- tefri-.:'
b"y trvnic 9eat'nres*
typinl n -' the In+tt.l ,ni'AoAe 7my Jitti.o L'swe SLtoy*M,"o.ich I Mat Mre a coul like
yours; nn approoiat, If m-.~ a. though.rt that larh aorning eall .the ligtr Tvre.
suMdienly tur-ned caf .Ianct'io n+,ar withi them. But on. -.nat hb a mnapand bOlieeanch.
tings awre al.k fwr the beatawdthat we need the dialipline of asferpige I thought
Shad had bout my ful sharelnt fl viitan in linitedanid ;q viewr i Meaed.
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I 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?
SDo 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, "WVe 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.

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


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au.oKpJaq Mias Then O there .ds stid SAetmIflK *
Lawfteho and lived thena tMl 1919 and 1928.whea espblled Ib a asslea floofloa
PIRST :IN: 0(1.0? 1913. I've b3o-`n abwe ,wiy I stayed awa,. Oas reasAa fvs .lo .. ,.
RSsnaae l'S tihditi oautraueabe a@ to -gladeVSA eaeel garlyi ,eoase as t o





%uondata hn,\ 11n litl1 of my p t wh e*sh "i"es tried to aa .h.
Now,with th nao of Atnying nn the Oaat tberuse of BT wife gone forew. rForaver*I t :OX :'
ACOXKif 1it eolan ne xrs lifte
14Nthm%-.higa Is evatUmtti.ajwllua i ow.-.4 -hsl axtrag1S of-1tryingatone Warst' b
hand on the ?h Wrglna tJkrottlaeand 0 G P E L lane of the riht things to GlT C R
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a Lake Mhore nuat evera represaanto the o'rgladss raper* i*tA -*eoman73yV5 has Bethlab
but aoeno Fr i rdootempt, for the sao rass' soCantr.y A'Ywairing the votes ,ao abuat a.;:,
eoralaed on the Liake h' 3rewalry shaild he let ac' *otta y saoey gat dom inte th at .
o wor3hiless sw jra, s awnwaT, Xheje0 one of fJ% BI; MASOWNS for the retrogre isalon of
Sthe IiAvrg1aEie' O para I goet sore eansolation oat -Goast man on the OoOa:-*orand
thin aui, at Iesaw haere epresiwentati"vea (Keen that qt a yet,) ,-t
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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. r,

.:::.. Lauderdile 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.
''"::'I These will bring-pay-rolls, and a YEAR-ROUND TOWN.

But the Everglades must have reclamation funds. Hence the Browyard 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 Cotinty 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.
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.
South 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
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."

SiBt 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-
g]aders want these men removed, let the Governor remove them." That's POPULAR GOVERN-
.':... M'NT, 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 :ji' .,, 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.
i.; 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.
S.That means her Everglades must be farmed. Then, as in Dade County, factories will follow.
These will bring pay-roHs, and a YEAR-ROUND TOWN.
But the Everglades must have reclamation funds. Hence the Broward Drainage District must
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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 BIG INCOME.
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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 rent. 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 arcity.
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 '"YE S" on
this referendum.
Some have said, "W'e 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.

Wrighl Printery
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To handle ,lhaluw r.iP1+,,+,;lluy Sruiid b!- arzan33d alphabetieaal ll. Thsn addLreuser
turn to 5n.* n*robut4.*,onmnnne ij n o.1*Tp943R.'SI. flie 0impqres his two lists,
.5k O .-(Vi 'ABi, Iw. if foay a-nws in bo1ok fr 1-4:3-S i. in lha Ret+,atu ho oaic s that taan
:--. 'to on +rtO3h. floe poats faoilit-fy after a lit+ereastiaeo.nnd 3avee a lot of
Hic.' RIYTgRS. S

'10o.1i Esv:oln-ars n31 need & G b h;ad. '-aheyl wilU !)elortg enough lor tie fPolisra
Tlt Book Litt.notea ponoillingu. Names marked *NO ar" Dapliatesa t one air.
crlnr hr'zld -a to ori namae* ( That has bean violatedandI ton havoRM to one personn.
I hwrp not .ar4ht all th0 aupJli.aeesndWritr W at watch fr- others. (1)

Th.s Book rind Return Lint will be in ehnrge of WfWFf f/I # fl/M /#1 who wil
hn1i "then yto Y'a*.

cnnd p nnrny a you think be7stal wir+,rah for renaults. ilnio will returnvhAite-er c
we do.

I hWve mre nampeasBy.p100 or SOnlrwhih ay bo mnon, o ur lest. These r, nn. 3oroor
eto. 'hat, wil tleakm .ra I cannot give.r igiht iow.

(1) n,. I~..r.ely mighf be out. "ill leawe tAeaeall in one big boh,'ith ~irs.CTE.N
ry good naighboparadjoining ao cmn ortheasat. Ihere is always some fonB tahen.


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!*e '' This rJferendum, ought to'carry, BIG. It's the ONE THING that will help the Back Country.
|Il:U":. .:'Anri:the-Back Country will th'p help the town.
S': Lauderdale reeds the Glades worse than the Gla:des need Lauderdale. Lauderdale can't live
S...: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 bdnd-buyers insist on.
'. .This won't cosh Liuderdale 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 andnew business this will bring will turn this little outgo into a-BIG INCOME.
Sa .ti. *" ,- -" ** -
Further, it will help put a foundation under Lauderdale, and make it a city.

-:.... ."- Do you kndw 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
S -helped bliildthe Coast, rather than the Everglades?

D ~ Do you know that, for 15 years, most of the 20,000 old Everglades buyers have been barred
li;-".;..- ut..from.their own properties, kept from voting, andtaxed without representation?

.. : Do you vant, to'keep this up?. Do you know that, badly as it hurts the Everglades buyers, it
N':*.,:bih rts yoU still worse?

If you want to dd justice to Evergladers,and yourself at the same time, VOTE "YE S" on
,.i: 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 aslk, "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 reroved,-letrthe Governor remove them." That's POPULAR GOVERN-
ME- NT: and it;s the.sohltion of this probleti.
TVOTE "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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S,:,... .:. W......... :Boward Blvd. at 12th Ave.

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