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Personal Correspondence - Thomas E. Will. Jan. 2, 1917 - Dec, 1928 (?)
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Okeechobee, Lake (Fla.)
Okeelanta (Fla.)
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Okeel-intr, FI4.. Jan.2, 1917.


My dearest "n'ra,

I ht'd it wafully to n-glect to 'rite you last
mail day. TiLU' be~t c=mr a little too -oor.. I had to hurry to
finish a letter to George car:ibining business and family rm:tters.
It's now 1 1:15 P.I.,but I'll not lett th! hoat cetsh mer napping
this time.

So tlhe unexpct -'d did hI'ppen. thoui,.t the, veoyld not I
hnveth-'n nerve to evict" us.

Novr',Tur?remmber All "t.lilis -u: l toor there for g;ood to them
'who lo-e God." Good will rc:O out )f this, iorne way.

I've been t:y-t i'i; NA!TD to figure it out "'ul t'iibe a
Iolution?-- Tier-e'i the Dy'e house q'," ur. I could irr.-an,:- other-
ise for tti p: !e7'Jt oc,'unnt You -nd Gertrude. could live there.
L:nw:cnce ard i could divide tim? between tht- pPlac and this.
The men could live lihere ?nr~ as they do now. LI. c ilii cGook for
Lihema,unless xc.-! of theol suhouli cook, You,C. and i could sleep
at the Dyke" house'

As to school-- Ours isn't poor. Our building ; is good.
The teacher i bright !nd intereitin.-;. ?'Le Y.lekerson children are
bright a1s dollar ":d ,3:qf-t Ps v-hips. They would kee~p <1. cornp'ny,
I thin, frl. -n, mail, sm r norm chdin.%r t .rl'fin,"..nlto tihe s3 cho l
Hert,G. wouldd h;ve an outside, intires.t, i-,t would 'e ( a very im-
portant p-rt of her sduention. Thu :.arwii'' has had nothing but
book3L. Boo-s3 represent but a v.ry rn1sm nll : t of a d,'\l, education.
TI Olht to know. I beli!!ve both of you would find much more of
interest here and t-Alc more zeat in life than in Laud. Here we
h-ve a vital interest, e count as f'-tors in building up the
community. Peopll look to us to taLke the lend and make things go.
Ruskin College look-ed petty to rm anftetr the K.S.A.C. After I had
hben there a-hl e, ind hel.?fd :.t thin.7s or:.-nized --n.unlder vway,I
found I hed neyr been ce pc in my life vlihre I wos getting
:ore real good myself, by heloin; (?ivte otd to :t1her.,than in that
selfpsnme little college community. Thisf ii moving the snme way,
except th,--t we are mor'-, "t the front helre, and may Y exp 't to
gro- more here than w- could have< done there.

I offer this onl:r as a suggestion. I wouldn't for any-
thing try 1o persuade you to do anything tnat would rake you unhap-
py. Here,L feel much better than at "ud. You know how fearful-
ly tired I get when I go' there. The last tino "a s a frigkA. I
was not'so before gBin;:deon,and i CrO OVJR I" AS- SOOT; 3 I P~ TUHRITD.
"ihy is it? I believe you would be better here. Being a vital
part of things,aind feeling you are such,and thnt you are helping
nake things grow qTa-kes for health und lhppiness. Thing here ;re
i..proving fast. It won't be lo@n till we are quite civilized.
Mo r* rnon* Lovingly Yo-ir ,
Gld G. is sueh 'a eod girl,






GENERAL Op)FICE N SOUTHERN OFFICFM:
IONG IUI.LDING 227. 12TnB TRPFT
KANSAS CITY, MO. MIAm,. I


Eerglab e oma Bles (Jampany

E. C. HOWTl WAMnINOTON. D. C., HIIADQUATRRB.R
CGNERAL AGENT FOR TIR 800 C. STREET, N. W.
COMPANY'S LAND OURAY BUILDING
PHONR MAIN 42(00
Dear Sir:-

You will be interested to know that the work of reclaiming the
Florida Everglades is advancing by leaps and bounds.

The Furst-Clark Construction Company, a leader in its line, is
handling the work with extraordinary skill and vigor. Six great dredges are
working night and day, and several more are expected soon to begin.

Visitors, constantly coming to us from the 'Glades, are enthusias-
tic over the work and the outlook for the investor and homeseeker. One sub-
stantial business man declared at one of our meetings that the buyer is
"sure to win," and that "the only question is as to how much he will make."
The President of the State University of Florida visited us recently, and
testified to his faith in Everglade lands. Two men who have actually
crossed the 'Glades one, over twenty years ago, and the other, later -
have recently called, and strongly confirmed our statements regarding the
character of the lands and climate. Still others tell us that we understate
the facts, and that "the half has not been told."

Not long since, one caller bought of us ten acres, then twenty,
then another ten, and started for Miami, After seeing the lands, he wrote
us for twenty acres more.

Everglade lands are going fast. Within a year, one tract of
64,000 acres, and another of 180,000 acres were sold; another of 46,000
acres is now almost gone, and thousands of acres from other tracts have also
been sold.

The prices have risen from $24 and $30 to $40 and $50 per acre.
Our fifty-dollar land is now almost gone, and buyers can afford to waste no
time unless willing to purchase at $60 and $80 per acre, at which figures,
also, we have lands to sell.

Our office is now at 809 G Street, N. W., in the Ouray Building,
one of the best office buildings in the city. We are on the ground floor,
and have a fine window with southern exposure, in which are displayed choice
products from the 'Glades. Crowds stop, day and night, to inspect it. Our
lantern lectures, reinforced by new slides, are given Tuesday, Thursday, and
Saturday nights, and are finely attended.

We shall be glad to welcome all our friends, old and new, to our
Snew headquarters. To those who have not yet bought we can present THE op-
portunity of a life-time; to those who have, we can outline one plan which
will simplify their task of paying for their lands, and another, for obtain-
ing revenue therefrom.


Very truly yours,















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Eerglai e anh l alta companyy

E. C. HOWE, WAHRINOTON, 1I. C., HIIADQUATRE I :
CGNERAL AGENT FOR THE 800 G. STREET, N. W.
COMPANY' I.ANDM OURAY BUI.)ING
PHONE MAIN 4200


Dear Sir:-

You will be interested to know that the work of reclaiming the
Florida Everglades is advancing by leaps and bounds.

The Furst-Clark Construction Company, a leader in its line, is
handling the work with extraordinary skill and vigor. Six great dredges are
working night and day, and several more are expected soon to begin.

Visitors, constantly coming to us from the 'Glades, are enthusias-
tic over the wcrk and the outlook for the investor and homeseeker. One sub-
stantial business man declared at one of our meetings that the buyer is
"sure to win," and that "the only question is as to how much he will make."
The President of the State University of Florida visited us recently, and
testified to his faith in Everglade lands. Two men who have actually
crossed the 'Glades one, over twenty years ago, and the other, later -
have recently called, and strongly confirmed our statements regarding the
character of the lands and climate. Still others tell us that we understate
the facts, and that "the half has not been told."

Not long since, one caller bought of us ten acres, then twenty,
then.another ten, and started for Miami. After seeing the lands, he wrote
us for twenty acres more.

SEverglade lands are going fast. Within a year, one tract of
64,000 acres, and another of 180,000.acres were sold; another of 46,000
acres is now almost gone, and thousands of acres from other tracts have also
been sold.

The prices have risen from $24 and J.30 to $40 and $50 per acre.
Our fifty-dollar land is now almost gone, and buyers can afford to waste no
time unless willing to purchase at $60 and $80 per acre, at which figures,
also, we have lands to sell.

Our office is now at 809 G Street, N. W., in the Ouray Building,
one of the best office buildings in the city. We are on the ground fl6or,
and have a fine window with southern exposure, in which are displayed choice
pre.dut-.s from the 'Glades. Crowds stop, day and night, to inspect it. Our
lantern lectures, reinforced by new slides, are given Tuesday, Thursday, and
Saturday nights, and are finely attended.

We shall be glad to welcome all our friends, old and new, to our
new headquarters. To those who have not yet bought we can present THE op-
portunity of a life-time; to those who have, we can outline one plan which.
will simplify their tEsk of paying for their lands, and another, for obtain-
ing revenue therefrom.

Very truly yours,


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..R.W. (2)

One is just as elu %s he feel; and as he thinks he is. When A get away
from the desk,nnd get into touch witu the oea ties of nature",which,
you remember,you admi/re, I feel as young and chipper as a school bey.
This afternoon, .g.,I had a let of fun wit an old alliga:ter. I made a
T)nrty call on him ;t hi' hofe,as I do on eccHnsin. He liy there in his hole
in the mud,as hnp-,y as coui, be. Thfnn,ikp, a kid",I beg'ni poking him
with a big Tned. He resented it,,nd blewafter hAs f ahion. Then i
k pt en poking him, to see -hqther hle would cormi out or -,'treat. --ut he
-as too lazy .o do either* Unu.snl y he ba'ck- into tehehole. He nyver comes
out. Thi- time,hle just l.y there snd blewrtill I cenolude,- to leave
him alone in hi glory -- ':n mud.

AgninI was strongly t.impted to ch1:'3- rabbits to-dny. Russ and I
vere on t:he trict: knoekin!; dawn weeds aid gras,-. Tihe fir'? ui'! raging
up tow'rci u:n,and we were knocking down a wedge oa jungle with bart ground
-- Unele Nerve's tract on ons aidne,Ld the r;gin{g billows on the other
As we covered thle sp'ce between the clenres Ilnnd and the! fire you' ought to
h-ve seen the rabbits run. I mgw Sour at nes time By ch-ning,X might
a ive caught sae:e.- Like Bre Q ter",the,I guess n wi a too l-,y,nnd se
missed ser'-. mighty go o ment-- i f i' -A good.

There a"e ju'-t bush'l', of fu!. up here. As fm,: tli% muck,tile \iry
to h ndle t;lat in to we'a: higrht top,)-d s1hos. In th t "my re Le.t along
fin ly. while i' we ,oa out into it witUi litw shloea,7e finri we are 'not
?da ,ted to our environr-n t."

;.nc.find c:-rd fran IHrj. Keraechne.'. iah youi ~'d.:na.it.
"Rev. A.Lester Uli.slit L.Trinity Rectory," r.iitriit r-r.i-a ir about tihe
pcn. It w a a good Oaie. I ima sur.. iAi i -id it.
L. forg- ;. tJ;:- numb:' :f pumpkin-- Gues, i'. off. 'e cqinsand
mere if '",*nted. They r. gqeo9d. 1nc. fin.i Lochrie's bill-chk.,14.20.
No- money ought to b coicin1i in. 'When mor.. cor-as,rill py 'Thidden. Have
eore pigt rePdy,ii" hi. w-'nt; theim. Pr fsr to 3s ntl then live. Amsendg.el
f- k.*. Did M's single p'ir of shee! cot $15.00? 3S:me shoes!
rust close. A cresd a c rnp ny i: duo to-mor.,e'*: ne bunch
from Leke anid nnether from Kas.


Lovinl!y your.,






.HWRNI|AI. It;. G I II.)IN( !'7. INru IIIUF1



Eurglabr eIanu 'alns Qnompany

i:. C. HOUI'I '. *t lr.Tou I> r.. IIr.lIy .TKn.*
(. .It 'L .\ 4lT I IO H 10 r'np MAIN AM ( I24

Dear Sir:- *

You will be interested to know that the work of reclaiming the
Florida Everglades is advancing by leaps and bounds.

The Furs--Clark Consttuction Company, a leader in its line, is
handling the work with extraordinary skill and vigor. Six great dredges are
working night and day, and several more are expected soon to begin. P

Visitors, constantly coming to us from the 'Glades, are enthusias-
tic over the work and the outlook for the investor and homeseeker. One sub-
stantial business man declared at one of our meetings that the buyer is
"sure to win," and that "the only question is as to how much he will make." A
The President of the State University of Florida visited us recently, and
testified to his fai:h in Everglade lands. Two men who have actually
crossed the 'Glades one, over twenty years ago, and the other, later -
have recently called, and strcnAly confirmed our statements regarding the
character of the lands and climate. Still others tell us that we understate
the facts, and that "the half has not been told."

Not long since, one caller bought of us ten acres, then twenty,
then another ten, and startFd for Miami. After seeing the lands, he wrote
us for twenty acres more.

Everglade jands are going fast. Within a year, one tract of
64,000 acres, and another of 180,000 acres were sold; another of 46,000
acres is now almost gone, and thousands of acres from other tracts have also
been sold.

The prices have risen from $24 and $30 to 440 and $50 per acre.
Our fifty-dollar land is now almost gore, and buyers can afford to waste no
tim- unless willing to purchase at $60 and 0S per acre, at which figures,
also, we have lands to sell.

Our office is now at 809 0 Street, N. W., in the Ouray Building,
cna of the best office buildings in the city. We are on the ground floor,
and have a fine window with southern exposure, in which are displayed choice
prcdu'.-s from the 'Glades. Crowds stop, day and night, to inspect it. Our
ltitern Lectures, reinfcrcLd by new slides, are given Tuesday, Thursday, and
Saturday nights, and are finely attended.

We shall be glad to welcome all our friends, old and new, to our
new headquarters. To those who have not yet bought we can present THE op-
portunity of a life-time; to those who have, we can outline one plan which
will simplify their task of paying for their lands, and another, for obtain-
ing revenue therefrom.


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My dearest tfamie,

I have your letter of the 7th. Thlink L. 1;Id I
will comrn down at.next.,*so will bl orief thiii timro. You'll
excuse me,won't you?

fe cnn t:ilkl tlihouuse m-tt :r ov r so nuoa better thAn
--rit- it out" Of course.1i don't expect you' to live under trying
cireaunsLnnces a di-j l1.ng.'r than I must. if there in somteyhling
xn Lnud.tl:--t -Aill do,and youi want 1 it,we'll t:k! it. !itu U.i n
,).C., nd ],.and in- her h ,] thought ,as you d n't like "aud sinyw;y,
yo. mi lit like this b Zter.

1 Here,we're 1roring up witnl the count:cy. 'hlerever we've
liv-d,we'vesimply been 'o:ying rent to l.otr people,'iho -ere -able to
raise t i, rent because ,f the good ," "r1c we did.

Wrote, Brillinge.r to-d-y.

Will lokk fo- light r-cpt. Hope the, lInmp 13 o.k.,,nu 1
tou dear. I wish you WOULD writ- to Unity o.- Miss Gray and get
tr -ttent-ns. You can I't help,nn!i uuIAg:t to. i-ts.flay, 522 6th.
St. ,!.1f.,D.C..will beglA t i'lp) you.

If you t'kettlis hous- ,will try to se- .t is in rgoJd
condition.
A m willing to sell tli. desk.

Am not vor ying itbout button. If the rrant 3 to foreclose
we c1n st' id it.

W's j gld tu read P..'s l-tter. i;lid G(eo. qn:w -.bl 1.o h*W
h'lp hi case.
Now,":ai:mn dear, PL A'1 don't gtt excit.!d. Let's think
things~ ov-r c 1mly, an t:,y to find o.t v wi't is bent. You knor we
a41I lov you Mummnanmoru thi- ttynk.entll". 'e wantyou to be happy.
You cn-n't be if you'fr- fluatered. And don't fotrgt y.uy' ';ew
Thought, mndreligion. I don't see iioW-,d-oulil get through at all
withoutt these. At times, thl./ see: to be all tint keep" rns eflot.
Ne? p-orove nre coming in right along. 'e cain get mwr- by calling
th-1-m in. Three carm ~hl week. A ne-" f'irily r, corinrg f:-or:; Kos.
Tliy write me tnt a broth-i' fro Colo.wnill co too. te is buy-
in i-to P.C. now. I b liev" you wil viv or. or' n.'.ig!bo:rf th-'n you
nfv- in Laud. But don't co"e unlea-e yo p *f'r to do so.
11:30 p.m. So Good by,deanrat.
Your old husband,


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'AMUINC.TON. 1,. C.. Ill
,00 G. STRELIT
01. RA IlIll'.l
PFON I' 1 A IN l2I41,


Dear Sir:-

You will be interested to know that the work of reclaiming
Florida Everglades is advancing by leaps and bounds.

The Furst-Clark Construction Company, a leader in its lir
handling the work with extraordinary skill and vigor. Six great dr
working night and day, and several more are expected soon to begin.

Visitors, constantly coming to us from the 'Glades, are a
tic over the work and the outlook for the investor and homeseeker.
stantial business man declared at one of our meetings that the buyI
suree to win," and that "thi only question is as to how much he wil
The President cf the State University of Florida visited us recent
testified to his faith in Everglade lands. Two men who have actual
crossed the 'Glades one, over twenty years ago, and the other, J
have recently called, and strongly confirmed our statements regard
character of the lands and climate. Still others tell us that we
the facts, and that "the half has not been told."

Not long since, one caller bought of us ten acres, then
then another ten, and started for Miami. After seeing the lands,
us for twenty acres more.


Everglade lands are going fast.
64,000 acre?, and another of 180,000 acres
acres is now almost gone, and thousands of
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were sold; another of 4
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The prices have risen frcm $24 and $30 to $40 and $50 pe
Our fifty-dollar land is now almost gone, and buyers can afford tol
time unless willing to purchase at $60 and $80 per acre, at which
also, we have lands to sell.

Our office is now at 809"G Street, N. W., in the Ouray B'
one of the best office buildings in the city. We are on the ground
and have a fine window with southern exposure, in which are display
ronuctts from the 'G-ades. Crowds stop, day and night, to inspect
lantern le:tures, reinforced by new slides, are given Tuesday, Thu
Saturday nights, and are finely attended.

We shall be glad to welcome all our friends, old and ne*,
new headquarters. To these who have not yet bought we can present
portunity of a life-time; to those who have, we can outline one pi.
will simplify their task of paying for their lands, and another,
ing revenue therefrom.


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Yu m -ay real .is'e .-r' c3s h,, bu-sy I've b-rn ,ren 1 confess that
I am still tr--in., a little: at a tile, to -..t ,,~y .ias riits, car,'d and
greetings ackno .le.dlced at the rate of o.ne ever ;'.eek: or so. ihe card
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I -nd enjoy it, inste-rnl of wor'.inr .,i n urli .it-.. tr 1 : e .. oa
'.- "-reatly to rr.; conveni-nce.

I do not know- that there is very ,:'.:' rne-.s i'-. r '--rC( t: .itr.-l :,c-
.intances here except the death of -. :.ri'-e 1, . vIhich '.-', h-v- nr ,
.,ubt already heard : 3.-:, tell a:ir lc..'nlu:r,' & tr'-.,?i. ,1:~ .th r r.. rnin'.
last summer, of which I wrote Dr. ,'ill l st i;1l. .li .r. otter led
some months :-F, and :.-' Frost ..,hn's ';'is~3:-n; i c su '..nly .i'j..t .he
fir.:t of 3- te ..er, when th-:;,' all th i t s :. ut rc '.' red; it
3. med to "e quick coniu,' tion as nearly c3' tie-r .~u' ,. i. n.s, i.t.

Sr. George Hesselman ( of whom y o ..- u-i :.,V >.rd i h'is en
tr n-3ier.:-,, to New York, and. ,-.r',o e 'i- er n .-s t- .:.n -is I 'si3 tion, .ithi
i. rise of promotion n later.

*r. .r ., .. ra. Ileath have s-: arati:'. p-eir. o. t is ti,..e, I
t, ir. She is livi,:.- in -shi -ton with r .i...t r ': t t'.'- c il-
dren, .. he is iiv..' in -....1ti ore with -i! ...:,th; n-.. i .. t -r il' .
Le is doinr- well with his propellers; ..--r t--. a,- t.. l Ich -e
driv-:3 over to 's shinoton (one at a tic..:-, th.: 1- i- ,...ut .n e ..eek in
order t, confer with officials in the '.'-ir .r ,yv-- _.: ..-t,,nt ..- ,a '-.c
I celebrate' .,..: ta: by a .' '.red-miie -to r ith ,.

-.e oh--n3 a- .:. to be doir' s l:. iil,- ; ..rs. 3. called L'n us one
eveninep recently and told us of Proi. .''s invnrtijn '.. :1c t': ;'vern-
ment F:-.3 him a generous r-'.-lt-y on it ( i's wirelesss exp-rt T'e;
have just mo':-', into a nicer flat but I fe:- that they are -e::le ;.'huri
worldly prosperity will not spoil, and I aall ue ,-la' to as-6: them ei t a
good share of it. They live al:r.,st o site the -e.rIe ia..ily nu,. )f
course :- u know of Henry >-er-"e jr.'s ,..- ath .Ist _ovtUe A.er; ...rs. -nd
the children are still livir-i in the s:mie i..use 17'1 : !icli stri'-t.

mother still keeps well, end is -till s:crl't -r e shortt
Store 0iub (her 7'-:" year as "continuo-1 .-'.~,retrr--"' I r I -,''-. ol
:cono..- article at the last meetin-, ,i~. ;-:!:1 to. s ea1~fthe 'e ~oe ue of .m-
erican Pen '.omen (for membership in v-ic'., r.-- .r- sont sit- n rnr-,ers
me eli-ihle, -i.l. I i 'tavitated against -i .. h t .':'' riti t': .: ;r au-
thors the night I joined, to my initi tin i- -r.i --,. r's -r.d
th-,-r some).

I should deepi-,- a- reciate a lett-er ,r ,.-! 23 tiLei t.llir.. .,e
how you are t-.ttin-- al .n in '.rt 2au 2:: c r. .. '.ou li-o .. rida,
a:., ho0w the Ever-'lades are pro-ressin;, ctc. I si i.ld :-v: :- .r -te a
call from ... rian while sh6e ..as in t.ow- but :,f c.ursE h;icl',' i: -.cted
t-- t .;,uch attention fr.m a bride on hi-r h!jn .-rocn,

I am enclosin-~ a fcV,7 D Lditional t::r n. ti 4-s ich ..1': e turr. over
to Dr. .ill when you see or write to ir I rt---. 'm a rt '-tter
/few weeks ago, offering, to turn I": lar.. 1 t i iI .- -. in t it, r -
ther t`.an have it revert to the State ..i .ids r inr 1." oan not
afford to kee up the taxes on it until sucb- ti :e --s it :-.:-, 'oe-o. r.e r)l-
itable, wiich I fear will not be for so:r.' -.- rs -:-t, -,rJ L :-,. ~- t:, have
"sh:'-ii'- d off this mortal coil" (to u;e -:. the:rjuFKl ._ric--i'no1 o.::re i0Lon)
l.,' that ti:" e.

,s I am writing this in another ofice r.oni (the electric ..u1 cr.t
obein' t-:;. raril- cut off in my room) n::.n said r.om .,Cs not s-.3:. to ._.-
tain i .n s :, -. its '"o,:.:rn im 's", 1 shell 1.-, to -zic n this iet ter in
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31 'ea Street Northwest,
Tuesday, March 27, 1917.
Dear Mrs. Will:

Although this letter is intended for both of you, I'll address
it to you as you are the one to whom a letter is owed.

Since my last letter to you, The Times has changed management
again Liunsey evidently believes in "rotation in crops", and as soon
as one editorial staff becomes ripe, he picks it and plants another -
and the latest outfit had no particular interest in the woman's club
department, knew nothing of the extent to which I had trained the club
women of the city to depend upon that column for information, and of
course it was beneath editorial dignity to consult me as to whether my
department was helping the circulation of the paper or not; then the
price of paper took another jump week before last, resulting in the
cutting out of various things from the paper, my work and incidental-
ly, me among them.

Therefore all that I have written before in regard to letting
go of my Florida land holds true now with redoubled force. However, I
have a very little money still in bank, and if Dr..Will will take that
land.-off_my hands, as indicated in your letter, I will send him a check
to reimburse him for any taxes he pays out to hlj the. land for himself
if he advises paying the taxes. I have"received various brands of ad-
vice from Florida on that subject, some of which advises against the
payment of the taxes at all until the State fulfils its contract to
drain the Everglades. The latest advice received last evening it
to 'pay them under protest".

And would you advise the payment of the four dollars referred
to in the enclosed paper? In a multitude of counsels, there may be
wisdom there certainly is confusion!
to
It is not every one/whom I would send this blank check to be
filled out, on the strength of his promise to take the land later, but
knowing Dr. Will's word to be asdgood as his bond, f am willingto do
this, though it decreases my modest bank account to a very, considerable
degree. I am not quite sure whether the $23.52 figured in the pencil
memorandum enclosed in your letter includes all the taxes for which I
am liable, or not probably not, as a new tax notice of some sort
comes in every little while. Therefore I enclose the check blank, to
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burse himself if he has already paid it.

This apology for a letter is being written piecemeal, in be-
tweentimes at the office where I have a temporary (month's) position,
so please overlook stationery, haste, errors, etc. I do not know yet
what my next stunt will be after this work gives out.

Our street-car strike still hdlds out both the Washington &
Electric Railway Co. and the employees are standing firm and the
public walks, takes the other car line, or uses the cars manned by
strike-breakers, according to their individual sympathies. I haven't
touched the cars since the strike was declared; George warrenn says he
wouldn't use one if the company paid him a bonus, and Mr. J.K. White
says he pays p2.85 a month extra and walks a long way farther to get
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V And if I were willing, '.:ill Heath would be glad to have me in his
office in Baltimore, but i don't care to go, for several reasons. Will
was at the house when I returned from Riverdale last evening, having
stopped at Col. Williams's on his way in, and would have brought Mr. War-
ren and me back in his auto, but of course he struck there at just the
time we were all at the station. He is the proud possessor now of "a
Ford and an auto", the latter (a Buick) having just made its appearance.
Twrih is working for the Council for national Defense (I don't know what
her influence was) and seems to be doing ve well and looks prosperous
and'happy; I think she and '!ill are bot enjoying their married life for
the first time, now'

i am glad to say that the war fever has struck very few of our mu-
tual friends, but I heard yesterday that 4d_j.ibb had an attack and was
crazy to enlist notwithstanding the fact that an addition to the fam-
ily is expected next month. And -Mrs. Kent, I understand, is also busy
waving the flag for all of which I hope our friend J.P.M. is duly ap-
preciative, for it would be a pity for him to lose anything through his
loans to the allies.

is Lawrence the ape that is wanted by our militarist friends now,
and how does he feel about it? I don't think I need to ask how you
feel, unless you have changed in your attitude on such questions since
I knew you which I can hardly imagine. Col. .7illiams is advising mo-
thers to q&I thelr bays to Lanasa tu work on ferms, where they can not
be touched. in Washington, however, it is not safe to give such advice
even over the telephone, for the system of unofficial censorship End
S sp;,ing has reached even the phones. And I am going to ask you to de-
sttr'.y this letter after you have finished it, es one never knows what
may be the final fate of a letter, especially in times like these.

S ,Will you please tell me the amount of the taxes which you paid on
my land? I can not remember what was on those c'i, and meant to ask
%in my last letter to you but forgot to do so.

Low I think I have about exhausted the available supply of news
concerning those here whom you know, end must po down town to see about
a student who is thinking of studying for that clerical examination. I
am always glad to hear from either of you and learr how you are getting
;.'along and how the Everglades are progressing.

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71 'ea St. Northwest,
i..onday, May 14, 1917.

Dear Doctor and Lirs. Will:
As I owe each of you a letter, I will "externirPte two flies
with one swet" by writing a "double header". Your description of
climatic conditions in Florida is very alluring to the resident of
a region where spring has not yet struck except for two or three
days v.here the wind is at present howling with a Novemberish muan,
and where the atmosphere is still feeling the effects of an all-day
snow-storm in the Cumberland region on Friday last.
You asked about Mrs. Feigenbaum: all that I know is that she
went in bathing with friends at one of the beaches on Long Island
and got out beyond her depth and was brought in dead. Poor Mr. F.,
his friends say, nearly went crazy, end it is not to be wondered at,
for they were a devoted little couple. His mother is taking care of
the baby.

Old LI.r. Potter (husband of Mrs. Amy Potter, of the People's
Church) died some months ago (perhaps 1 mentioned it in my other let-
ter), and i~r. Abbott, who was being taken to Montana in the hope of
prolonging his life, died of consumption while on the train but a few
miles from his son's home, a few days ago. Mrs. Abbott is breaking
up their home here to go there to live. And about the same time, Prof.
p/Kirk died, after a lingering illness. There seems to have been an epi-
demic of deaths among my friends recently, but I think that, these are
all that either of you knows.

Deaths are not the worst news, though, by a good deal: just a
short time ago, thanks to the underhand machinations and political
legerdemain of his Catholic colleague, Patrick naltigan, Col. Williams
,-as summarily dismissed from his position as reading clerk of the house,
notwithstanding the fact that he and Mrs. Lane had both stumped the
state of Illinois for Wilson (at their own expense), and Speaker Champ
(sometimes known as Chump) Clark refused to speak the one word of pro-
test that wuuld have saved him. While reading clerk, Col. Williams
had hosts of friends but now they seemed to have dissolved into
thin air, for the most part, even those who were not left at home at
the last election, as most of them were, including Warren 7orth Bail-
ey. The force af- nation are strictly in_ the adle at Washington
now, and the outlook is far from hopeful. Had the blow struck a few
months ago, it would not have been so bad, but the Colonel had bor-
rowed additional money to build a house on the vacant lot adjoining
his house in Riverdale, and planned, with the rent from the house,
to finish paying for his own. Now, they can neither afford to com-
plete the house nor leave it half finished, and they do not know yet
what to do. George Warren and I were out there yesterday afternoon
to hold a little ways-and-means committee meeting, to try to suggest
something. Having recently learned that the maximum age limit for
civil-service applicants has been temporarily waived on account of
the present emergency, I have prevailed upon Mrs. Lane to take the

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clerical examination to be held on the 25th of this month, and I am
getting all the necessary papers for her, and shall help her in every
way possible. .ol. Williams speaks for the ri-eople's Church next Sun-
day morning, and they are to come home from church with me to dinner,
after which Mrs. L. and I are to have a private seance with mathemat-
ics. To add to the general gayety, there is a strike on the Washing-
ton Railway and Electrio Co. read which is being bitterly fought by
the Company, which has maae the boast that it will crush union labor
in the city, so far as its own company is concerned. Those of us who
sympathize with union labor have of course boycotted,the line since
the morning of the strike, and those living in Berwyn, Hiverdale, Hy-
attsville, etc., have been using the B.& 0., which has made it pretty
rough on Col. W. and Mrs. L., who have had to wait for the 11:30 p.m.
train after evening meetings. And now the railroad company, with an
evident eye to possible future reciprocity, is so changing its schedule as
'to cause the greatest inconvenience to the greatest number of people; it
has taken off the train that government clerks depended upon in order to
reach their offices in time, and most of its other trains now do not
stop at Riverdale so Riverdale residents often have to walk to hyatts-
ville. After getting tickets for Riverdale yesterday, vir. Warren dis-
covered that our train no longer stopped there on Sundays, so we rode to
nyattsville and walked the rest of the way. (I told him that I didn't
believe they'd be glad to see us if we went by the electric road even
if we should have been willing to use it.) Well, this is why they have
to remain in the city all day Sunday after they once get in (unless they
walk from Hyattsville) and so Mrs. L. and 1 are going to make a virtue
of necessity and in classic parlance put her through a little course
of sprouts.

You said THE TIMES wasn't hurting itself in the way of salaries:
no, it hasn't, but even that had stopped at the time your letter was re-
ceived, for iunsey, believing in rotation in crops, only waits for one
editorial staff to become ripe before picking it and setting out anoth-
er, and the new management had little use for feminine activities in the
District and still less use for anything started by their predecessors;
in addition to which, additional space was demanded for war news, and
paper prices joined the aviation squad so, as usual, all things worked
together to land me neatly on the out ide, and diplomatic relations be-
' tween me and that dispenserof light end learning were severed on St.
Patrick's Day. Two days later I went to *rk in a private office on tem-
porary work, and the man who had promised a big job a little later prompt-
ly fell ill and gave it up, which ended that venture. Then, the epidemic
of civil-service examinations being on, I started in to coachcandidates
for exams from which or at least, from appointment through which I
am practically barred, since I lost my legal residence in Maine when I
married, and Mr. Lackenzie had lost his legal residence in Illinois, so
I am something like Mahomet's coffin, suspended in mid-ajr, with nothing
to claim but the District, and, as Mr. Warren says, "that's not a claim
but an admission", and I stand about the same chance of appointment that
a pollywog does of being President. Nevertheless, just for fun, in order
to see what they are doing now, and thereby be in better position to help
my students, I took a sporting chance on three exams clerical, typewrit-
ing, and editorial clerk within two weeks of one another, but heard no-
thing from them, although additional examinations are to be held to get
sufficient "eligibles" (i.e., a sufficient number of those to whom Con-





























MRS. POST 'rO PRESIDE.

Mass Meeting at Poll's Theater
Interest of Peace.
'i-ing to the illness of Mrs. William
Kent of California, who was slated to
preside over the mass meeting to be
held lt Poli's Theater this afternoon
under the auspices of the District
-"LaJ-nbh n the Women's Peace Part,.
ilj:-. Louis Post, wife ot the assistant
'se-etary oa labor, will serve in her
rc '. Senator Works of California
has been added to the list of those
nho have beri invited by the commit-
tee in charge to pccupy seats on the
'ila storm
S'alloa ng a display of stereopicor,
.a-,'/ orman Angell, author and Eu-
tii- telna.tionial affairs, will speak
'q'-"The. .DilngeyE. of incomplete Pre-
ieedrti 's." Othetr speakers announced
iA hresentaiive Edard Keating of
-, rpatflo 'ahd Mrs, Marion Cothren of
"pw Yori, ,
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Hyattsville.

Speelel Cr'res.pondet',e of The Stir
H ATTSVILLE, Md. March 2a -M-rs.
Jessie L Lane entertaipnd the members
of the Riverdale Current Top.cs Club
V'eanesday afternoon at her home in
West Riverdale .Mrs. Edward Ieat.ng.
ail'e of Renresentative Keating of Colo-
ra-l].. spolie on the Keating-Owen child
labor bill. rich recently paP5-d the
,H-,.'ue aniel is now in the Senate T're
;LI'i adopted resolutihne Indcrreiig the
' ill whlicon It will forward to tIh1 proper
F~e Eil subconimitteie Others liresent
ncie 1tr \V, i Sanlt'rn. MITr Fred hlI-
Kc ," v\'i snriirgtoi Mr F.ui-bren Brrg-
1h31i :i C. llege I .i', il anil M r:
Clali C Lei-nrnm .:r. 31lrs E1 Terr-
,li: Ii I Fl 1.., Ni r Frank A
T.i 'ige:, lrr I '' Hi 'all. rs
M rr,- [. J r'-irr.'i i Mrs V.' E. Reib-
f.,,i ; 3? E B lariii, 31s R A Bcii-
Itt M1ir. I.iane i'rc.c'rilr.g the meet-
Iig J-lelgiriiul i cilalion n is served.
.Mr- Fre-J r A.E:e il r: e l lines to le
rclui a, r rtih r fHt n-e.:rin; 1 eir inei'a:. af-
t r-no-u,, in Ille H ic-l '-11d .rn, 'ashing-
101.


CHURCH TO BREAK GROUND.

Dr. S. M. Newman and H. Martin
Williams to Be Speakers.
Dr. S M. Newman, president of How-.
ard University, and H. Martin Williams.
reading clerk of the House of Repra-
seteadtives, are scheduled to speak Lt
the Trounrd-breaking exercises for theI
new Mount Olive Baptist Church.,!
1136 6th street northeast, tomorrov i
a.Ifteroon at 12:30 o'clock.
.A brick structure with a gray brick
front will take the place of the present
wooden building. which has been
standing there for forty yeas. The
building is expected to be completed
%tout the middle of August or thb
.sl of September.


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gressional favors are to be extended). Instead of filling in the blanks
in my application in handwriting, I engrossed the shorter answers, and
filled in the longer ones with fine fancy backhand (I used four kinds of
pens in the work), all in india ink; and when I filed them, the man in
charge volunteered the opinion that if my examinations were equal to my
applications, I ought to get something good out of them but when I
pointed to that fatal "D.C." residence, he shook his head regretfully,
with the comment, "Oh, that's too bad!" The editorial clerk was a clas-
sy, "high-brow" examination in which we were not allowed inside the ex-
amination room without a four-years' college course, a degree, a diploma,
and editorial experience which was where I worked my TIMES experience
for all it was worth (and maybe a trifle more). But, although there were
only about a dozen of us that took it here, the examination was held in
400 cities, and if ten out of every twelve passed, and the same number
took it in each city, there will be 4000 on the register, Pnd every state
in the Union must be satisfied before my name will be considered not
taking Congressional influence (which I don't possess now) into consid-
eration. So you see what a fatghance I stand. And yet one of my stu-
dents, who can not even read decimals, and to whom complex fractions are
about on a par with Chinese hieroglyphics, refused to study until the
second clerical examination (the one Mrs. Lane is to take, on the 25th)
but insisted on taking the one on May 5 (the one I took) because her Sen-
ator had urged her to do so, assuring her that all she needed to do was
" to get on at the very tail end of the register, and as soon as she did
so, he'd guarantee her immediate aEointment. And she will undoubtedly
get it and I shall not. All of which is very interesting. As Horace
Walpole aptly expresses it, "Life is a tragedy to those that feel, and a
comedy to those who think". So I try to take it out in thinking.

At the People's Church yesterday, Mrs. Josephine Bernhill (wife
of our esteemed friend who ran for Congress as an anti-suffragist and
landed there or in that vicinity, but not exactly as a Congressman),
gave the address, on "An Englishmoman's Impressions of America", and
she gave a fine lil k; she is bright and witty, and has America
sized up pretty accurately, I think. During the business meeting fol-
lowing the service, we went over the old membership list and discussed
dropping some of the names (our usual cheerful annual task) but it was
unanimously voted to retainyors, even though, as Mr. Shidy said, you
had probably too many nevL-interests now, to remember much about the church
or its members. A few lines from you sometime would be greatly appreciat-
/ed by them just to let them know how you are getting along.

Perhaps you know of Hyman Levine's marriage to Olga Wagner. They
are living in Toledo now.

You say it is a wonder to you that some of my influential friends
have not looked out for me; 1 have no influential friends (a fact that
Col. r. is just discovering in his own case) ani, fortunately, never sup-
posed I had, so I am not disappointed. The many friends who would be glad
to help me if they could, are not in a position to do so, end those who
are, are losing no sleep over it and I'd so much rather scratch along
by myself than ask help anyway, if it can't be volunteered. Of course
I am still teagcing my eveningclass in the University Preparatory School
and editing and typing mannuscripts for publication when I can scare up
such work; elso other odd jobs in typewriting.










Ei~t transpelanii: young trees upside
41ori I I, irt (hi br- hiche-s develop roots
nirdl Ihr roola Ice\s an Eilglllh rIll-
*ay l.L iI.I'I. 'Il1 *r n.l 'h e trses in
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f TO VOTE ON SINGLE TAX.

Special Election to Be Hed at Hy-
Lk attsville May 19.
SHYTATTSV'ILLE. Md., May 5.-rThe citi-
zens of Hyattsville are'to be given the
opportunity to express their sentiments
relative to exempting improvements and
personal property from taxation-the sin-
Sgle tax-at a special Election to be held
hIer Saturdhy. May I1 The vote will
have no legal effect. It is stated, but will
be had for the purpose of obtaining an
ettression of opinion. Jackson H. Rals-
tol, an ardent single-tax.r. accomrfanied
hb. William Giust.1. another advocate, ap-
peared before the mayor and common
council here last night and requested a
strav. vote on the proposition "t the
regular municipal election, to be held
lMonda The aurnorities di. not con-
.id-,Ir it fair to the various candidates
for oftte to bring this issue in the cam-
prir. it so late x d:>,. and declined to
grari. the renijques Mr Ralston agreed
to -?..i the expense oi special election,
an.i the counsel greald Io ths propoeaiion.
Mayor John G Htolder, announced r
the meeting tham representrritl- orf ith
pritli? z&rlce comlnishlon and the tlat.,
ro':id commission would he Ir. Hya'tst.ll.-
STI-3day ii. orniig to .- nf Tl' irh ilie tOi'r,
Sorni: ts anid represE-ntarilts iroro the Bal-
tllnore and Ohio Railroad Comrany tflor tihe
piurrose o ascertaining the beFt means of
Sdoing away wnth the dangerous grade
S-rcsing at -T lir-yl3nri avenue, where Mi Jz
Anne B. Handy and WillUia A. Alortor,
Ir ..ioit rhe r lih s on the night of Apti,
;1, last .. .
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The Horrors of War.
Senator Gore said he was moved to offer his
resolution of warning to Americans not to sail
Son ships of the belligerents, because they mighti
bring on war with Germany, and he wished to
avert "such a terrible catastrophe." In further
urging the resolution the Senator said the Ameri-
can who thus sailed, bore the risk of "ingulfing,
this republic in a sea of carnage and blood." Just
Show terrible a catastrophe or how much of a
sea of carnage or a sea of blood would take
place in a war between the United States and!
Germany at the present time, is something of
a puzzle. With hardly a corporal's guard of'
soldiers to be spared from- the trenches on their,"
many fronts in Europe and Asia, and with prac-
tically no navy to get them over here to invade
us, and with this republic without an army to
speak of, as armies go nowadays, to invade
Germany, it is difficult to see where any sea off
carnage or blood comes in.
SBut perhaps Senator Gore was indulging in
hyperbole, or speaking in a Pickwickian sense
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(.1*1ICIIAI. I P I 14 I'** SOUTHERN OJ ICER:
I.O I. Ill II IIInt. eT, 12nT STREET
I A NAS CITY, MIO. lIA.11, FLA.


Eurgln abe an Bals mpany .

1E. C. HOWR, NWAnHIINTON. 1). C., IIEADQUATRERR:
(EKNKRAL AGONT FOR TlE 800 G. STREET, N. W.
companyY' LAND OURAY BUIIII)ING
PHONK MAIN 4200
Dear Sirs-

You will be interested to know that the work of reclaiming the
Florida Everglades is advancing by leaps and bounds.

The Furst-Clark Construction Company, a leader in its line, is
handling the work with extraordinary skill and vigor. Six great dredges are
working night and day, and several more are expected soon to begin.

Visitors, constantly coming to us from the 'Glades, are enthusias-
tic over the work and the outlook for the investor and homeseeker. One sub-
stantial' business man declared at one of our meetings that the buyer is
"sure to win," and that "the only question is as to how much he will make."
The President of the State University of Florida visited us recently, and
testified to his faith in Everglade lands. Two men who have actually
crossed the 'Glades one, over twenty years ago, and the other, later -
have recently called, and strongly confirmed our statements regarding the
character of the lands and climate. Still others tell us that we understate
the facts, and that "the half has not been told."

Not long since, one caller bought of us ten acres, then twenty,
then another ten, and started for Miami. After seeing the lands-, he wrote
us for twenty acres more..

Everglade lands are going fast. Within a year, one tract of
64,000 acres, and another of 180,000 acres were sold; another of 46,000
acres is now almost gone, and thousands of acres from other tracts have also
been sold.

The prices have risen from $24 and $30 to $40 and $50 per acre.
Our fifty-dollar land is now almost gone, and buyers can afford to waste no
time unless willing to purchase at $60 and $80 per acre, at which figures,
also, we have lands to sell.

Our office is now at 809 G Street, N. W., in the Ouray Building,
one of the best office buildings in the city. We are on the ground floor,
and have a fine window with southern exposure, in which are displayed choice
products from the 'Glades. Crowds stop, day and night, to inspect it. Our
lantern lectures, reinforced by new slides, are given Tuesday, Thursday, and
Saturday nights, and are finely attended.

We shall be glad to welcome all our friends, old and new, to our
new headquarters. To those who have not yet bought we can present THE op-
portunity of a life-time; to those who have, we can outline one plan which
will simplify their task of paying for their lands, and another,-for obtain-
ing revenue .therefrom.


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Until you wrote ,1 Ih-d not iqerd of your tiinei di-':ou.'Lies.
Ycr -ar' oet inly brv-.,* I lb-i ve '... -.l1 ii ottr. !an3 7-itj. b?
gql d to airf urof your proorese,

I often t'1iTh: of thi'- mrt ry on Long p en. I f th-ai
h:.v- not ido-. -:.y dIity thrrT. It h-~s8 tsan snatlh 'r adse of thre fiaI
is wept.' :. I cou.L only 2olleot ra litli? of tjflat is otini mwr,
I oould do %,O i;Mn3 hhlings th -4 no-: seora b-,yond me. I oQu oou)nt up
atleast $2,500 t'ii. is lau a nd mot 0 it ,w A ..it .-*ls'nt.,unaoolLeaet
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fthcw und'r w y:' A it itbi Is ano-st ;ai:.i" t tine ,wlil 'I -it.
in: *for 'e east ,"

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quirT l ti-he spi.iitu l view Of lifP;io doaes no L U o : ;,o r- t..in
the LorJ.* W.ybo I don't knLa.: 7--:7y -711.?i ethrtZItl7' tl". litJ-;l- L do
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I ehoit; :j "^*li%.tn'd to ,it 5.-' -.d. t'.? '*rl&hr r --1 iuivf3 .-nd
friends ii. '.li srni2. I (r -ovi.er y-e *. ',a i - f F w t, 1 don 't
kno-:; Ir. -nI sli -cl-1;.

Zoi 01o ; y9 PC a 2 ha :aFn o e to L.,jud.:-d. l'= to .1.p a ,, l .-i- '.I-it prnT
Ycne.id b1 jtrprign-d to kno-. ho-,riht -Jh.V' o)r -Tolc-' s% rN ou.tatOl
era n.ent i-i, ': cy t --ini- up ct.t1. ,r-d fortu.ii?. id o eio ar.o.
h-v- i qu rt'-i a 'dion in hi-, tref cl.;im,. i well a1s *,iI -.xftie' s.'tion
of Ho-me's.'- .d .l ,'? T1i-t -rol.: ir-.Ice i ).3 'h, t ion f i t -. .3 f .dilies
Br>= tl.itwToul; n, in ,.fo-tn 1o1.
Ye ,I hv .- : f.~iily tre?,1bu t it i 'm bi.ied ii 'oi-- : .,.. '.t'-O;, o.f y
library, 'ith thit, c would tell J-l 11 hJve -ve s.?-d r2. .:rin 0 our faraly
I hvcuot &sLn th t pin for years. I don't r*ran or th-lt I ev~ r
h d it. tvond er if liettie would 'kno I should be r~l-d to 3,11 it
to yox i :( ?:it fin. i t.
rTYst. e ro-'tonEr nr' --i 1 you: fo-ily. I woandr if you see.Hate
tyls p.'opli. I h -.'n=gl-msd t.0ltioo.
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1.0.v1(; r IH'MilI .~~/.1 1. l ". A.
IANA, (CITY,. MO.


Erglab Janb alia (iomnpany 9

E. C. HOWE, w' nINTON, D). C., HADQUATRERA:
GENERAL AGNT R THE 800o ~REET, N. W.
COMPANY', LANDM OUIRAY BUI.)INC.
PHONIC MAIN 4200

Dear Sir:-

You will be interested to know that the work of reclaiming the
Florida Everglades is advancing by leaps and bounds.

The Furst-Clark Construction Company, a leader in its line, is
handling the work with extraordinary skill and vigor. Six great dredges are
working night and day, and several more are expected soon to begin.

Visitors, constantly coming to us from the 'Glades, are enthusias-
tic over the work and the outlook for the investor and homeseeker. One sub-
stantial business man declared at one of our meetings that the buyer is
"sure to win," and that "the only question is as to how much he will make."
The President of the State University of Florida visited us recently, and
testified to his faith in Everglade lands. Two men who have actually
crossed the 'Glades -- one, over twenty years ago, and the other, later -
have recently called, and strongly confirmed our statements regarding the
character of the lands and climate. Still others tell us that we understate
the facts, and that "the half has not been told."

Nct long since, one caller bought of us top acres, then twenty,
then another ten, and started for Miami. After seeing the lands, he wrote
us for twenty acres more.

Everglade lands are going fast. Within a year, one tract of
64,000 acres, and another of 180,000 acres were sold; another of 46,000
acres is now almost gone, and thousands of acres from other tracts have also
been sold.

The prices have risen from $24 and $30 to $40 and $50 per acre.
Our fifty-dollar land is now almost gone, and buyers can afford to waste no
time unless willing to purchase at $60 and $80 per acre, at which figures,
also, we have lands to sell,

Our office is now at 809 one of the best office buildings in the city. We are on the ground floor,
and have a fine window with southern exposure,'in which are displayed choice
products from the 'Glades. Crowds stop, day and night, to inspect it. 'Our
lantern lectures, reinforced by new slides, are given Tuesday, Thursday, and
Saturday nights, and are finely attended.

We shall be glad to welcome all our friends, old and new, to our
new headquarters. To those who have not yet bought we can present THE op-
portunity of a life-time; to those who'have, we can outline one plan which
will simplify their task of paying for their lands, and another, for obtain-
ing revenue therefrom.


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Bow do yot like I rated cut aid sketched 'it* L aein
rlraftel it.* The Natle. kgr-- vring Oo*,.O&.,nmlo tlhe otgadlthe ebtlSe el. ,
printed thrlettar headr


Phe baCO or sheet is to be 7 fll; also the front of the envelope.
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ueady for printer, whieh suits me pretty mwll. All I noed I- io n21RXt1S;LEO '7
axl itis boura to go* '


Lm itillU in Lauderaalelbat advertise Okeclunta as my hpa4qnlarters.

Iotaer has a little tounh oaf angue fomoera ncF in not able o write
ttsw4-t.ie worst ofr-. iit* visitingnow ith a caller. Was a little
S ia a N11l of aches aind p'ins.s Lota oft inI tMown zms


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fo( may hwvepead f t he fieroo hurioaone that blew up froi the south
dangtChe u4l veasts* t hurt things there pretty WAlr Hereeve sply '
.a A a age lot of paijn .Dtto in Okeolantaplus sonme heavy w ariathat '
i ew dve n la br imalinga tne a rned out sOmeQ potatoes andtba ns .


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.awrenme $akee 4kape of StoneOS boat,* afassing ThMP#nt1 veeks to frum
ViA.e per wkeek ot $)aRa sd l;ck4 A chance to iinke nore mLoney anA helpp


': e i ots tdGiautt.atohes In aur neighbtlad ood nmeorr moan :;
l twe Uvwe needed {a loPgtmeo the ooning jr-the 2
Sium^fsaw said tp bo mateed anithe RBBRs tio <4100pmtae
:i^^ ^ le na Oskeelata,4rte, tedq,aid othFr giA t stitat
Patus. oan the MAP

S W re I L r b' him. Well us 1mae more. aftiuh please wi
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S all .~ aCi g.o gcings.on of that wonderfully grPndson
ot h nf1Jie nov iries andt novclas I tolC'Tothl r to-ncly 1f
he 'ewiuld. do nothing Imirh bus bcoimitnrtrltedby hla"

.- s < wrote .'y thin tiGe, youhlOv.: proh:.'b lyo'boon able
.' o ge oi..-taife4t -EI its 1.:J ..a ,~c. ll .:: it lookl r it
br pe n train f t2c .-rt.. T.t "Wl t3i-nig tCO l to
S him whw .t -^own wiU corw0 tc, no.1

lou tklBeT IMa r% :rirso :.ls o:elaenore orf i : ttlU'. r
hlise al r: i' 1",f oes to ta 1" ;I7: -it ots
is slow e Dital ha sl h Z fo ldern of
: is *7e ve K 1 had sevor.. thliigu nearly 2 noBs.
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:'. ai. th-" :a l.0 t i^tC.flt season~ ai. oace o-f i:zy : b, at1

IA wit h' Ihh h.h.onkling, h-e.d of Palm.I Bcolh Post
Spes) a rane i adve andl.-ako hits J. O y in lots.
D ies to -theold buyers of 10 years ago
a n P O v a ithe Gitizens there. ave seat
jg" pa t.ng a daVy br i.oo on each advE. owr
Sto the Peopla crif EPalm BeaaosehowingL
arIdduty to ciulonie tiicir B1ierglfadesa

'me has beeb fearfuitly slow. Almost everybody
knot how themooncy of the county is tledupe
Ba hopt I hall not be pressed. I almost
4 anamp ant tlhi is $helongest and dryfet
Jase -osa* jua liefore you wwre bornthe
u Appleton. That time,Z earned $5.00 in mea

aetten tdhi time; the ke.st.by far, I have over
a loBt Psase ahm in e he a)lders bt 49Pe
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l I've fCelt that i" I could got advertisinggoinr. tc toll
about it it would 6 0 Andt;a .-is wbiat I stAll cunt on.

certainly hp'o it may be possible ruryou to visit us thus winter.
-s a long time sinoe we uaw Ueoe Sr.- o,.y anof yoa,now"' Should-be
F glad to get a 1 e from GeOrge sometimes. r.* Pinobot wrote Wb briefly
after meeting George.
I see George's friendm1eoy, loovershas beeb telling the shi)ping
profiteers Whore to get oft'." jorksinterostin,.
Mother oays," ome to suppor"f so iunst resprrnit.

Jell.Mo-theryQertrude and. I bad h o';uJ suppi;u by ti-,o kditt;on fire*
Thi is 'on3 of our Seaw cool apells Jout O.ae on to--dy* jnbabily.
ta~l from the New Yor'k bliz:;-rd. Ife h:av. been discussing newspaper uaon-
toons," The Duffs" ,1 Old Home rTon.*,eto- Thc latter we v t'? ui:ni:Limously
to be neg4 --DAB3s are bettor.

lhan lieIry Fort andFT his iusCoe tihoalsa prop. caH.I' in, HEI proposes to
do great nmcMnical stunts with it,andd iLn adr'ition,ruwn i-l':Jt
PRaGFIT to Mhis;irlf or any n'rbt'r C nir; f' zily, 7:".:' i2V' 'w."'otc;lQi indi
:f socia.llS- that I hope w.ll got triod, A~unset sol.'. ;cp- op.e o lhilinkiLg.
lid rather see Heunry Pori1 run thi thllat tin th`, bmu.`.s thy soue tLhir. Gaovt.
rtun it;e3;.- oially he krind. o govtu. ,;70 ua: '*e. Lt's vi.; Jhe fl.-
low who .ni things qog It a.ll vndshlkin !i'. wcrrk;:.i a:n4tE 1- i:pulic tlh.t
# gtots iym goat.* Wonder bow Georgo and I would contu tulit :i t.'Sun:;iosin of
such questions. We dontt discuss much in thih f:r-ilye'p cai.ly jr'
L eI is away,as now, ite women folks don't pget intercest-,. Too ributraot
for thert. Eari-cr to get ro'bodI thm ou n stuy h to str.p th:.pr o ns.
Lawrence has gone to the "ape .,ble oounlt-ry 0iG:dn.* iot eixpcte1 bao0k
for FOome tirme HI r been h'"re quite i A43t sinoc he :''ite onto th:tt job.
*uniing baoL auzdforth bc Airre antritheT P.lm Beoaoh 0anal bern. 'ow has
t&ka aboat from there to Sable neighborhoodto use in tho dredging job.
Se ir to run it and a motor truok. 'hinka he will lik-ethat kindof work.
Liked the boat job,too|but too little water aid .rn--yft as "e time. Loo~e
like a conspiracy to kill our onnal,
Broward0o, is getting ready to vote or bonds for ;)e.p "nter at Now River
.Itnlet,road repairs,and good rocds on botf. hor eian.3ls to Co. lines,one
S. ilng So. Canal to Miami Canalnear where Pa* Sugr Uo. is to put in its
SIm llioh Dollar Sugar millandi other to No. line of Brow. Co.-- Jun1 whewe we
want Its Tink they can get State Highway Board to build or up to *,ae.
jLeat for them and us,toogifit, goes thr .
S Our mail to Oieeolabta and t.ako country is to bo daily soon. 'hiLnk it
S egis so an Mon. next. UOmne by Moore tavonand Olewiston( See letter head).
"he daily p art is fine'but from harorn:il must tr-ivel up to New Sryrnaand
ba k vi foeope Haven; about 8 udles forone aovcredl A fright..

Beat regards to Geo* rP.,aud gl-e little George a spanking andkissing fo*
mlRa B*rampre.
Sever yours,
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