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Articles, Speeches, etc. - Miscellaneous (Folder 2 of 3). c. 1914 - 1938
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Finding Guide: A Guide to the Thomas E. Will Papers
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Title: Articles, Speeches, etc. - Miscellaneous (Folder 2 of 3). c. 1914 - 1938
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Publication Date: c. 1914 - 1938
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Folder: Articles, Speeches, etc. - Miscellaneous (Folder 2 of 3)
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Subjects / Keywords: Everglades (Fla.)
Okeechobee, Lake (Fla.)
Okeelanta (Fla.)
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THE BELLE GLADE NEWS, BELLE GLADE, FLORIDA


AY NEWS

ed a group of friends at a birth-
day party at her home on Friday
evening. The evening was spent
in games and dancing. Jello top-
ped with green whipped cream and
angel food cake was served to
Louise Rawle, Charline Mathis,
Wootsy Warrne, Elsie Mae Wi-
lits, Betty Rawle, Mary Chal-
lancin, Martha Register, Mary
Louise Jeffrles, June Goodbread,
Nancy Hooker, William and Ver-
nie Boots, Lloyd Mutchler, Harold
Hawkins, Dick and Red Miller.
Julian Clark, Dick Reddltt, John
Billy Mathis, Jack Ratley and
Jesse Locke.
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Willits, Mr.
and Mrs. F. B. Willits, Alyce and
Elsie Mae Willits motored to Mi-
ami on Sunday, took dinner at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Casey
Jones and visited an old friend,
Mrs. F. S. Ralston of Maine.
Elmer Anderson, youngest son
of Mrs. Cowen, visited Mr. and.
Mrs. L. J. Cowen at their home
here for a couple of days last
week before returning to his home
in Pompano.
Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Layfield mo-
.ored to Lake City over the week
eid to take Mr. Layfield's parents,
r. and Mrs. W. B. Layfield, home
after an extended visit at Lake
Harbor.
Mr. and ,Mrs. W. H. Rawle, Mr.
and Mrs. C. E. Forbes, Orel Van
Horn, Patricia., and Pearl Ann
Fbrbgs, Betty Rawle, Paul Loney,
"9 ..C. 'ardy, Earl and Paul Dil-
lbo enjoyed a camping and fishing
trip'to Fisheatij.. ,creek on Sun-
Say. .
M.r. and 'Mrs. J. S. Scogin, Miss
B; Secdginj Dorothy Layfield, D. L.
Campbell of Lake Harbor,. Mr. and
Mrs. S. iE. Campbell enjoyed an in-
fotrmal "sing" at the home of G.
J. Barsto* and family on Sunday
evenlig. -Strawberry ,shortceke
was served.
Mr. and'M's., F. B. Nance of
West Palm Beaoli c4lledon friends
in South Bay, and Lake Harbbr, the
first of the Week.,
la. MS Earl. Lee iL visiting: an
au1t 'at Bartow at, present .
:Ni GMay,'Adolph Driggers and
Joe Wall of Liberty Point visited
friends here on Sunday.
.. Noel McAlister transacted busl-
less in CanaM Point the first of the

M, s. M. i. Cook is quite ill at
Ioflhome third week.
w; Ap. B. Barnes, ars. W. M'.
~ afes an.d Mrs. Joe Stewart
ide a business. trip to Lake
th recently.

f t axness, vallr ,inX Iake
or e first of: the wee.. .
fItan:'powen. and fanifly of
aton vidted here the first of
"e. ieeW M.s. Cowan's health Is
pwly improving.
R:ei.nfrcled steel cement hous-
t-ae 'jiAt beeri completed over
e. urnin mechEhism at the
ke Harbor hurricane gates. This
as found necessary because of the
c' that the forc of the wriid in
e.:of the fall hurricanes scares
ade it almost impossible for the
erator to work the gates, mak-
g-it necessary to secure several
ditional men to close and open
e gates. With this protection
om the force of the elements tile
erator will have no difficulty in
e future.
Among .those who attended tb
resident's birthday ball in Pa-
okee from here last week were
Sand Mrs. E. M. VanLanding-
am, M.i' dhd -Mrd G.. Fisher,
r..and Mr ;,- -'.H., Rawle, Mr.
i s. E: Forbes, Jack For-
s, Claribelle Morris, Miss Alyce
Willits, Casper VanLandingham
'of West Palm Beach, Mr. and Mrs.
Fleming of Chosen.
..;,M. and Mrs. W. M. Coons of
obldfield, Iowa, Mr. and Mrs. A.
'Sitterlee, of Cinciniati, Ohio, who
are.enjoying a, three weeks' motor
P through Florida and the south
:called t n Mr. and Mrs. G. J. Bar-
stow. arid family on Sunday after-
noon. Mrs, Coons was formerly
k high school pupil of Mrs. Bar-
stow. They reported the tem-
perature in,,Iowa. when they /left
last w -r
- communications


Following correspondence ,with
federal and state road offices, we
.now have the following letters:
.I"'"United 'States Department of
Agriculture, Bureau of Public
Roads
January 29, 1936.
Mr. Thos. E. Will,
Belie Glade, Florida.
Dear Mr. Will:
"This will acknowledge receipt
of your letter of January 15 con-
cerning the delay in undertaking
the construction of State Highway
No. 26 between Lake Okeechobee
and Miami, Florida.
"We stated in our letter of Nov.
29, 1935, that a sum of about


$331,000 of state and regular fed-
eral aid funds has been allotPd for
undertaking construction of route
No. 26. Since that date, the state
has submitted a second program
Which will utilize the state's entire
ap'portiomnent of these funds.
This second program lists an al-
lotmeni. of .'662,000 of state and
federal funds for grading about 7
miles of the rather high estimate


on the cost of this con:emplated
work. However, we are hopeful
that a revised design for the grad-
ing section, as now being studied,
will make possible the construc-
tion of 10 or 12 miles of this road
rather than 7 miles in the utiliza-
tion of the above allotment.
In our letter of December 19,
1935, we advised you that the de-
sign features of the highway proj-
ect programed for construction
with the United States Public
Works Highway funds made avail-
able under Section 1 of the Hay-
den-Cartwright Act were also be-
ing considered with a view to
making it possible to extend the
length of the improvement in the
expenditure of the available funds.
Our district engineer has already
contacted the state highway com-
mission and requested that it ex-
pedite the preparation of these
revised plans so the project may
be readvertised for bids.
We have received no informa-
tion or report since that date con-
cerning any cause for an unreas-
onable delay in undertaking the
actual construction of this proj-
ect. Copies of this correspondence
are being forwarded to our district
engineer for his information.
Very truly yours,
H. E. BOYDKIN,
Acting Chief of Bureau."
II.-"State Road Department of
Florida, Tallahassee.
l January 31, 1936.
"Mr. Thos. E. Will,
Belle Glade, Florida.
Dear Mr. Will:
"I wish to acknowledge receipt
of your letter of the 24th; attach-
ing petition requesting the con-
struction .of Road 26 from South
Bay to Miami.
"The department has approxi-
mately $450,000 set up for the con-
struction of Road 26 this year.
$120,000 of this is national re-
covery funds on the project which
was advertised last Augustkbut
was turned down on account of not
having the proper design for the
road.
"Since then we have taken bor-
ings and have now prepared plans
to cover the expenditure of these
funds which will be let to contract'
sometime during the month., of
February. We have in. addition to
this $331,009 of regular'federal'aid
which we expect to let to contract
shortly after the contract which
will be let in February giving us
sufficient t i m e to determine
whether not the sections design-
ed for the roadway will, prove
satisfactory.
"I am surd you will see during
thd. year 1936 practically thiken-
tire.route under contract from
South Bay to.Mia.i.,
Yours very truly,


"%.'-i'&,'ff~~ujler .. Ynlm~' di


t.t. ttHighbay Engineer.':
''A ie, on .the,- history of i.this'
road ,(ablidaiti'data at hand;).-
Ih. 191a this .writer founded at
Okeelanta a Washington, ,C.,
settlement; first, planned settle-
meht iii the tUpper Glades, and
began an earnest effort to connect
it with its county seat,, Wst Palm
Beach. This road was authoritef
by tihe legislature which allote
funds; but no road was built.
In 1929 a driving .campaign to
build Everglades roads in Palm
Beach county was arranged be-
tween West Palm Beach and Up-
per Glades people. This road sys-
tem included several routes, chief
being the Palm Beach section of
the cross state road to Ft. Myers.
Again, tWo sections of the
Okeelanta road system were in-
eluded:
1. The 4-mile stretch between
Okeblanta and South -Bay.
' The East-and-West link be-
tween .Okeelanta and Gladecrest
on the Hillsborough canal.
All these roads were bonded, the
bonds were sold and the funds col-
lected. Not one cent of this mbney
ever went upon either of the
Okeelanta roads. From 1913 till
1920 and later, the chief transpor-
tation link between the East
Coast and the Lake was the North
New River canal, with its boats.
Everglades business was then done
chiefly with Ft. Lauderdale.
The Okeelanta-Palm Beach road
dragging (now dead), this writer
conceived the plan of a road via
.the North New River canal from
Lake Okeechobee to Ft. Lauder--
d:Iile. For ye'nrs this road %'as
known as "The Lauderdale-to-
Lake Road." First, Okeelanta
rushed into the campaign. Then
quickly followed South Bay; while
Ft. Lauderdale held a large, pub-
lic meeting for it. In fact, Brow-
ard county, helped by the I. I.
Board, soon financed its stretch
of this road up to the Palm Beach
county line.
Getting the Palm Beach county
stretch financed was a problem.
The Coast was not interested. Then
Everglades owners in this county
petitioned for a bond issue on
Everglades lands,, only, including
their own, to finance this stretch.
(Original petition with autograph
signatures at hand.) This was
turned down at the county seat.
Brovward's road committee de-
layed building with funds in bank.
Years later it built an ungraded
section up two mUes beyond the
Twenty-Mile Bend, but no more.
Meanwhile, Miami people were
working on an "Okeechobee road,"
.o follow.' t1e Miami canal from
city to Lake. In 1929 the legisla-
ture switched the whule Lauder-
dale-to-Lake road tn the Miami
canal route.


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WANT ADS
RATE--Ic a word, 25 minimum,
strictly cash in advance-coln or
stnnmps.
-------~_.~-~- --.4-. --
IF YOU WANT to sell or bi'feal
estate see C.' A.-Bailey, Reg.
Real Estate Broker .at 'Bailey's
Grocery, Pahokee, Fla. tf.
WANTEIDr--_sti r of aereage,~nd
farm lands. --C. A: Bail'ey, -
hoke, FIa.' l i tfi


FOR SJAI -Eiguty, acteo ex0ck
leht 'qulity ;aqu d ;iaftipy
liamrocl land oi surfaced road;onb
mile frdth Indiaritown.' Good for
linerock land on surfaced road 'one
and poultry project. ',Houpe and
small grove now on property. Only
$18.00 per' acre with suitable
terms. For particulars address P.
O. box 602, Pahokee1 Fla., F28p
FOR RENTF-Four. room; hose in
Pahokee for rent~ ..ae cheap"
See A. A. Jdhnso 3 ; Belle
Glad!, Fla. ;fbi;LTLt .F14pj


F. YU ''WANT. TO. NT,


FOR SALE! ttlPSS OP
PORiTUNITIE1! :It ES1 T A J -
RAlT!, GROCEiY NT iORt, FILI-
INI STATION, 'SliBDWVISIOiN
SEE C. A. BAILEY IN P.AHO
KEE.' ,
HIGHES'I CASH PRICES Paid for
yoiu old dry cows, steers, 'bulls
and calves for beef. Write' J. D;
Pool, Chosen,' Fla. F7p
FOR SALE-20 acres, all cleared
and being farinied, canal froht-
age,'location South Bay, tract 16
Sec. 14. Price $1500,00, all cash;
This price ivithdraiwn after Mfirch
1, 1936. Address M. K. Wright, P.

Fla. F21p
DON'T LET YOUR PROPERTY
STAY VACANT- List 'vacdt
houses, buildings iand iand for. reit
with C. A. Bailey, at Bailey's
Grocery, Pahokee. F7

NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING OF
LANDOWNERS OF PAHOREE DRAIN-
AGE DISTRICT.
Notice Is hereby gien that. pursuant
to all' of the Board of Supervisors of
Pahokee Drainage District, the annual
meeting of the landowners of Pahokee
Drainage District for the year 1936 *ill
be held at the office of said District In
the Post Office Building at Canal Point,
Palm Beach Coupty, Florida, on Friday,
February 28. 1936, at 11!00 o'clock A. M.,
eastern Btandard Time, for the purpose
1. Electing supervisors;
2. Receiving annual reports and.tak-
Ing sach action With tdepect t'ertt 6.as
the landowner mnay detettiene;. Init.'..
I--3- Tran'artliVn surch other tbiUlnFS
in. ivn" ,-,-ni brior,: rbe neeLlngr
.OA RD OF SUPERVISORS OF
p.~IlOKEE DRAINAGE DISTRICT
By: ft. Y. PATTERSON.
President
Feb 7-14
NOTICE FOR FINAL DISCHARGE
I (Executor-Administrator)
IN COURT OF COUNTY JUDGE, PALM
BEACH COUNTY, STATE OF FLOR-
IDA
In re Estate of
I. H. DAVIS. (Deceased)
Notice is hereby given, to all whom
It may concern, that on the 28th day
of February, A. D.. 1936, shall apply to
the Honorable Richard P. Robbins,
Judge of said Court, as Judge nt Pro-
bate, for a final discharge asAdmln-
t6rrator of the estate of I H. Davib, de-
cearcd. and tbht at. the same time I
will present my final accounts as' d-
minlstraaor of sald estaBte 'and ask for
their approval.
Dated January 30, A. D., 1936'
W. L. OCaUEV
Pub Jan 31, Feb 7, 14 and 21, 1936
NOTICE OF SALE OF BONDS"
Notice is hereby given that the Town
of Belle Glade will receive coucealed
blds at any time prior to 1 o'clock P. M..
on the Blh day of February. 1936, at
the office of the Town Clerk Ina said
Town for the purchase ol $44,0u0 prin-
cipal amount of Water Bonds of the
Town. dated November 15, 1933, In the
denomination of $500 each, bearing In-
terest at the rate of four per centum
i4%) per annum payable semi-annually
May 15 and Novemrber .15 of each year,
both principal and interest payable at
the Central Farmers Trust Company,
Wert Palm Beach, Florida, or at the
Central Hanover Bank and Trust Com-
pany In the borough of Manhattan.
City. and State of New York, and ma-
1'n non norerhmber 35 in the y".e-i


Then tee two interests, Miami
nsd Norm Canal. united on the
north ad south link between the
TwentyfMile Bend and a pofht
south on the Miami canal.
In 1931 the writer spent three
months in Tallahassee pushing a
bill to make this combined road a
state road. We won. The bill de-
scribed the road as follows:
"STATE ROAD NO. 26-Extend-
ing from a point on State Road No.
25 where it intersects the North
New River Drainage canal, thence
in a South-Easterly course fol-
lowing thb said North New River
Drainage canal and the New River
to Fort Lauderdale.
"Also from a point on the North
New River Drainage canal at or
near Twenty-Mile Bend and pro-
ceeding in a southerly direction to
the Miami canal, and following
said Miami canal to the city limits
of Miami."
We passed our bill, but got no
work done.
In 1933 came federal aid. I
visited the United States Bureau
of Public Roads often and was au-
thorized thus: "You may say that
this office is favorable to road
Twenty-six (26) because it has
been added to the Federal High-
way system."
On the East Coast end of the
road work was done, but none at
the upper stretches. The old drag
seemed on again. However, now
we have the two above letters.
If, with this assurance, we do not
get our road built it. will be our
fault.
THOSE. E. WILL.
Belle Glade.


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;nIm IIIIIIIninlli LIlu[sumii inuljl iun; i nn u 11111111111.1^lr n

e Miss Peggy Meredith, Miss Mil-
s dred Chard, Miss Clark Hull, Miss
d Florene Yarbough and Carline
S Cone.

BOY SCOUTS HIKE
Rev. Joe A. Tolle, accompanied
Sby a group of Boy Scouts, hiked to
the Scout camp above Port Ma-
yaca last Friday, remaining until
3. Saturday afternoon instead of the
a previously planned trip to Big
h Mound.
n While there the boys passed
various tender foot and second
Class tests. An enjoyable time
was had in spite of the extreme
cold weather. Boy Scouts who en-
e joyed the hike were: Bill Reynolds,
Vance Denton, C. E. Williams,
George Henry, Billy and Bobby
Stafford, Edwin Rice and Jack
Danson.

Mrs. Grady Boynton and two
daughters, Misses Anna Lee and
Clara Nell, and Mrs. Ted Daniels
were shoppers in West Palm Beach
Monday.
Mrs. Earl Maxson and little
daughter, 'Patsy Ann, returned to
their home here Tuesday after two
weeks visit' with relatives in Glen-
wood, Ca.
Friends of Miss Sarah Everett
are glad to learn that she is re-
covering from several days sick-
ness.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Pass were
week end visitors in Wauchula.
They were accompanied home by
Mrs. Bass' mother, Mrs. Davis,
trho will visit for several days.
Dr. George Elarbee returned to
his home here Wednesday after
being called to Cairo, Ga., on ac-
count of the death of his brother.
Mrs. J. V. Thomas and Mrs.
Luke Frasier and daughter,
*Yvonne Lee, werp visitors in West
Palm Beach Wednesday. They
were accompanied home by their
sister, Mrs. Coff, from Marianna
who will visit her sisters, Mrs.
Thomas, LMrs.,Frasler and Mrs. E.
G. Kilpatrick. Jr.
',-Mrs. Olin Cowart spent the past
week end with her:parents; Mr. and
Mrs. J. RI;'NeaJ, i n.Wauclula.
4r. Charles Hatcher visited her
sister In West .Palm Beach Tues-
*y;.. M. .s -.
.Mrs. Jimmie 'Butler and. Mrs.
Paul Rardin were visitors in West
Palm Beach Tuesday.
Mr, and Mrs. J. R. Miller, Jr.,
returned Friday from a visit in
udowici, Ga. 'Mrs. J. R. Sullivan
of Ludowlct, mother of Mrs. J. R.
M Ser, Sr., is expected to arrive
SaTurday for a visit with her
daughter.- ,
Bob Schroder was a visitor in
West Palm Beach Wedneday.

ANNOUNCEMENT
A basket ball game will be play-
ed Friday night at the high school
asium at 8 o'clock with
oore Haven teamed against Pa-
okee.

HERE COME THEE KNIGHTS
The Juniors successfully pre-
sented the play, "Here Come Three
Knights," to a well filled house at
the high school auditorium Wed-
nesday night. Mrs. W. H. Willits
directed the play with the assist-
ance of Mrs. Frank Willits and P.
E. Walker, sponsors for the Jun-
iors. The proceeds will be used for
the Junior-Senior banquet, which
Is an annual affair.
"Here Come Three Knights" was
a comedy in three acts, a story of
three Knight brothers, who loved
the same girl and schemed to gain
the admiration of the heroine and
an advantage over one another,
and yet keep the letter of the gen-
tlemen's agreement which led to
many laughable situations.
The cast included Adrian Daane,
John Hooker, Arthur Larrimore,
Flbrence Collins, Thomas Creech,
Mary Wlnn, Maye Arrington, Em-
ma Lour her, Marcelyn Creech,
Geraldine Thomas, Lake Coleman.
The ushers were: Kenneth Mock,
James Beardsley, Geraldine Shive
and Floreid Coleman. Special num-
bers between acts were: Vocal
solo, Earline Walker, accompanied
by Mrs. P. E. Walker; tap dance
by Ruth Ann Fetzgerald; popular
music played by Katherine Rice;
chorus by Junior girls.

VALENTINE 'PARTY
A Valentine party will be given
on February 14 at the parsonage,
given by the Ladies' Aid and the
Epworth League of Canal Point.
Refreshments will be served,
I consisting of doughnuts and drinks.


Entertainment will be under the
direction of Mrs. Hudson and Mrs.
Adams. Admission for adults 25c
and children, 15c. An evening full
of fun for everyone.

MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT
The piano pupils of Mrs. P. E.
Walker will be presented in a
musical entertainment Monday
night, Feb. 10, in the Pahokee high


school auditorium at S o'clock.
Mrs. Walker stated there would
be additional numbers of enter-
tainment, some of which are: "The
Pink Lady," danced by Gloria Jane
Dulany; voioe numbers by little
Earline Walker; piano solo, play-
ed by Joy Lou Bailey.
The public is invited. There is
no charge attached to this pro-
gram.

Miss Ruth Royal, teacher in the
Canal Point elementary school,
spent the week end nwth her par-
ents in Lake Worth.
Mrs. Ora W. Powell, Miss Nell
Dunaway an Mrs. J. R. York at-
tended "Major Bowes" amateur
night in West Palm Beach last
Friday night.
Miss Laurie Gates and Miss Mar-
garet York will go to Tampa Fri-
day evening after attending the
wedding of Miss Mary Love Tolle
and George Reynold Allen at Lake
Wales, where they will visit Miss
Gates' parents. On Saturday they
will be joined by Ansel Holt and
Browning Roach and all will visit
the South Florida Fair in Tampa
this week end.
Gordon Vann, student in the
University of Florida, arrived in
Canal Point this week to visit his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Vann,
between semesters of school. While
here he will act as a special rep-
resentative of the University
Alumni association to obtain the
membership in the alumni organ-
ization of persons who live in the
Glades and previously attended the
Gainesville college.
Miss Nell Dunaway of the Ever-
glades Insurance Agency spent
the week end ,Aith friends in West
Palm Beach,
Miss Alice Morris, who is em-
ployed as secretary at the Uni-
versity of Florida, and former resi-
dent of Pahokee, arrived Monday
to be the house guest of Miss Mar-
garet York and Mrs. J. R. York
for a few- days. d.
Browning Roach, Vann York
and Miss Alice Morris motored to
Miami Tuesday to visit relatives
and friends for the day.
L. W. Armstrong, Lee Rawls,
Carmen Salvatore, J. C. Berry and
W. J. Larrimore were business
visitors in Moore Haven Monday.
Miss Reta CanRada, of Orlando,
cousin of Miss Lulu Barfield of Pa-
hokee, was married last Sunday
to Jim E. Barnes, who is employed
at the Pahokee News office. The
marriage took place in Conway,
and the couple will make their
home. here..
Attorney. Thadd Whidden was
in Jacksonville. the latter part of
last weekly on town business.
Morris Fletcher, Ed Thomas and
,Van fork, students" f the Uni-
versity of Florida, are visiting it
Pahokee this week.
Mrs. W.-H. Willlts, Mrs. Frank
Willits,and Mrs. R. W. Rawls of
South Bay attended the meeting
of the Pahokee P.-T. A. Monday
night.
Frances Howell, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs.' W. A. Howell, who is at-
tehding the school in Tallahassee,
ihas recently been elected vice
president of the Epworth League
of the First Methodist church
there. Miss Howell will serve as
a contact between the league and
college girls.'
Mrs. Leona .Rainer, who is at-
tending a'business college In West
Palm Beach, spent the past week
visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
J. R. Miller.
Rev. and Mrs. Joe A. Tolle,
Betty Jo and Rosalee, left for
Lake Wales Wednesday to attend
the wedding of Mr. Tolle's sister,


Miss Mary Love Tolle, to George
Reynold Allen on Friday. Rev.
Tolle's brother. Dr. Robert L. Tolle
of St. Louis, is to be married on
Saturday to Miss Mary Virginia
Murphy of Mulberry, Fla. The
Toll.s will also attend their wed-
ding.
E. E. Messer left Friday to take
a load of produce to Washington.
Among those attending the
Home Demonstration meeting in
West Palm Beach last Friday
were: Mrs. L. W. Armstrong, Mrs.
H. C. Graham. Mrs. J. C. Mock,
Mrs. O. B. McClure and Mrs. Earl
Meredith. While there they visit-
ed Brown Brunk, who has been ill
for some time but said to be im-
proving.
Dan Padgett arrived Saturday
from the University) at Gainesville.
to spend a few days visiting his
mother, Mrs. Charles Moran and
family.
Mr. and Mrs. Abe Dobrow visit-
ed their son, Oscar, in St. Peters-
burg first of the week, where he
is a student in the Militaryacad-
emy.
Mrs. Bill McClenithan honored
Mrs. Willard Arant with a surprise
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MIAMI. FLORIDA
39 N. E. First Avenue

MIAMI, FLORIDA


Indexes Denoting the Trend of Business in Miami, Given in Condensed Form for Investor and Business Man






September 16, 1926




BUSINESS TREND: Business in Miami, to use a "nautical term" is on "even
keel". Compared with two years ago and the years previous it is active.
As the Fall season advances it becomes more apparent that the stabiliza-
tion process is really a building-up process. A truer perspective of
the future is revealed.


FREIGHT: Revenues from freight receipts of Florida East Coast Rwy. for
August increased almost 1,000,000 pounds over July this year, and
3,000,000 pounds over August last year.
Freight received for August this year was 35,000,000 pounds
more than for July and 47,000,000 pounds less than for August last year.
For the first eight months of 1926 the volume of freight for-
warded was 69 per cent greater than for the corresponding period of last
year. The significant data is that only one month May of the first
eight months of 1925 shows more freight forwarded than either July or
August of 1926; the difference being 1 to 3 million pounds greater in 1926.


BUILDING: Iot" ithstanding the fact that there are now 150 hotels and over
1200 apartment houses in the Greater Miami district, builders are encouraged
to erect new ones.
The greatest activity, however, at present seems to be in moderate
priced homes. Miami is making sure that no matter how many visitors come
this winter there will be accommodations for them.
The Hotel and Apartment House Associations are putting themselves
on record as to rates. The city officials and civic organizations are pre-
pared to see that the visitor is rell treated. The Chief of Police has in-
formed his men that their most important duty is to be courteous to visitors.


REAL ESTATE: Those engaged in real estate business report that inquiries
are increasing. Sales are being made and payments on contracts which were
delayed or postponed during the Spring; and Summer are no-, being made. In many
instances readjustments have been made between buyer and seller -- a spirit
of hearty co-operation that has been remarkable.


FTTIANIE: Building and Loan Associations Could place more money on moderate
priced homes than is nor available. Withdrawals from the Associations have
been very small. Payments on maturing obligations are being promptly met
by 90 per cent of the borrowers.


AGRICULTURE: The recent announcement of the colonization of a section of
land with experienced Italian truck gardeners from New York is only one
among a number of similar ventures.
Milk production in Dade County has caught up with consumption,
but sweet cream is still imported in large quantities.


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Dr. Thomas E. Will Fort Lauderdale, Florida, is
o authority for the following list of agricultural and hor-
ticultural products that are successfully grown in this
section of Florida.
Citizens of Okeelanta, Florida, in 1915, made affi-
davit to the successful production of 60 varieties of
fruits and vegetables.

Vegetables and Root Crops
Beans, including black valentine, lima velvet, wax
and pole; okra, cabbage, collards, spinach, lettuce,
cauliflower, celery, peppermint, tomatoes, mustard,
beets, turnips, onions, radishes, cucumbers, squash,
egg plant, Indian pumpkin, English peas, cow peas,
sweet potatoes, Irish potatoes, dwarf Essex rapepr
dasheens, kershaws and yautias.

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Watermelons, cassavas, cantaloupes, avocadoes,
bananas, grapefruit, oranges, tangerines, limes, lem-
ons, pineapple, kumquats, guavas, mangoes, figs, sapo-
dilla, mulberries, blueberries, roselles (Florida cran-
berries), strawberries, Tokay and Malaga grapes.

Grasses and Feeds
Crab, crowfoot, guinea, natal, napier, Para,
Rhodes, St. Augustine, Merker, St. Lucie, white clover
and crimson clover. Indian corn, kaffir corn, milo
maize, camel corn, Japanese millet, pigeon peas, up-
land rice, Japanese cane and sugarcane.
List o-f-'are-.tr~pieal fTauits f-unished by H. W.-J.ohn--
ston, of Homestead, Florida, all delicious and good
to eat. Many of these are experimental, but promise
well.
Tangelos, limequats, calomondin; Persian, Rang-
pur and key limes, citron, sour sop, custard and
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icaco, pitanga, pitaya, feijoa, jambolan, rose appl-el -
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EVERGLADES FARMING ASSOCIATION.


809 G St., N. W., Washington, D. C.

Telephone M. 4260.



The cultivation of the Florida Everglades is no longer a dream
but a reality. A flourishing and enthusiastic Washington colony
is already established and at work on the eighty-dollar land of
the Davie tract, amidst a farming settlement on the South Canal,
west of Lauderdale, where the company is conducting experimental
wpr~k;.of which the .olonists get the benefit gratis. Among these
dc'EiSsts is the representative of the Everglades Farming Asso-
oiation.

The object of this Association is to learn and earn as much as
possible this year, to the end that such Everglades buyers as
desire may hereafter cultivate their own tracts advantageously
or, in their absence, may have their lands successfully culti-
vated for them by others.

The Association has secured, without charge, the use, till Octo-
ber, 1912, of tracts 33 and 34, of Section 27, Township 50 South,
Range 41 East in Dade County, Florida (in the Davie Tract), and
entered into a carefully-drawn contract with Mr. Herman B. Walker,
President of the Everglades Plantation Company, as Manager, to
cultivate this land. Mr. Walker is under bond faithfully to ac-
count for all the Association moneys which pass through his hands.
Work has begun; seed beds are started and are very promising.

Following is a single illustration of possibilities. The world
crop of potatoes is very short, and potato prices are abnormally
high. Mr. F. A. Forbes, until recently a police officer in this
city, is cultivating land almost adjoining that of this Asso-
ciation. Some six weeks after planting, he reported potatoes as
large as hen's eggs for which a local hotel offered him one dol-
lar per peck. The Fort Lauderdale Sentinel, of December 29,
states that Mr. Forbes' average yield will be one hundred barrels
per acre.

Potatoes are easily and cheaply raised on the Glades, and will be
one of our leading crops.

The Association's work is supported by subscription, each sub-
scriber paying, ordinarily, from $25 to $50. No assessments will
be made, and the subscriber will be liable to no other charges
whatever than the amount of his subscription.















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EXHIBIT I.


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CELE.R'. ONIONS -\ND CUCUMBEILR BESIDE CANAL oN AN E\ ERL.ADE.S FRIRM


THE EV'ERGLADES OF FLORIDA


BY THOMIAS E. WILL


T 0O-DAY the pul.,lic intert-t fcuses on
the Everglade- of Florida. This terri-
tory coimprises a tract about half the size .f
Massachusetts. It lies south andI southea-t
.'f Lake Okeechobee, in Southern Florida, anl
i; a part of the Florida grait made to the
United States by Spain in 8ii.o.
So far as knoIn, the tract ala.vjys las been
iet. Florida was admitted- to the Union
in 1545 and, in December of that year, its
legislature. lby resolution, in tructed its
Senators in Congre;- and requested its rep-
resentative to press upon Convress the pro-
'riety and policy of forthwith appointing
engineer- to examine and s-r'e.'i the Ever-
glades region.
In 1,47, Senator James D. \estcott, Jr
of Florida, requested the Secretary of the
Treasury, the Hon. R J. walker to have
the lands examined. Shortly afterward, the
Secretary of the Treasury appointed Mr.
Buckingham Smith t,. make such in'.estiga-
tion and report upon1 it The result ha- thi
famous Buckingham Smith report of 1.4,.,
which was i:ubli.hed as a Senate document.
This report, recently republlished by Ihe
United States Stnateasa part f Senate Docu-
ment 8), Sa- v\ery\ favorable to the Everglades
and their reclamation.


In the e .ie ear the Legislature of Florida
reqluec-ted Co('ngress to grant the Everglade-
to the State of Florida "on condition that
the state will drain them :rid apply the
proceeds -of the sale thereof, after defraying
the expen-e of draining, to purpo,-se- of edu-
cation "
In the -alrae year, also, Senator \\e-tcott
introd-uced bill into, the Senate to authorize
the draining of the Everglades by the State
ot Florida, andi to grant the land to the State
for that purpose. ['hi bill wa. not passed,
but, in iS[o, Congress pa-- ed a general
-aamllp-lands act "to enable the S.tate of
Arkansas and other State- to reclaim the
'S.wamp Lands' xiithin their limit-." By
this act the ELerglalde v.'*ere granted by tlhe
Uilited States to the State r f Florida, with
the following express pr(,oision: That the
proceeds of said land-, whether from sale or
b direct alippropriation in kind, shall be
applied, exclu;siely, as far as necessary, to
the purpose of reclaiming said lands by mean-
of the levees and drains aforesaid."
Thirty-one years, liho-,ever, pas-ed bIefore
tile State made a seriou- attempt to drain
these lands
On February ,6, i8Si, the Trustees of
the Internal Improvement Fund, having


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EXHIBIT I.


THE AMERICAN REl'I.\Il OF RJI'71.ll.


Proposed Canal,Nowifrdernr SJAonn fis;--
Excavated CaIw~5os omZ ytuS:-
i t...'r)"Dr Dti.tag / i/,If Sironn..tfrus:tL um.
-'.'.L As/conJrAus:--...-CouTiyLines TluC_ S

charge of the State's wet lands, entered into
a contract with Mr. Hamilton Disston, of
'Pil lelphi i, and others, in which it was
agreed that Disston and his associates would
drain and reclaim, at their own expense and
charge, all the overflowed lands of the State
of Florida lying south of Township 23 and
east of Peace Creek belonging to the State
of Florida or the Internal Improvement
Fund. Mr. Disston worked on this drainage
task for about eight years, draining certain
elevated lands in the Kissimmee territory
and cultivating them.

WHY TIE EVERGLADES NEED DRAINING

A word as to the topography of the Ever-
glades and the reasons why they are wet:


1 T-1- I..tke (O -eccholicc is the
-I. center 'if thlie LI blenl It
... 1- niiay bl con[).iril Ir a great
tank on top ii .1 gently
sl,-l'ing house r, jf. On the
loll er edge of the roof is an
-rLC. ele-.iatel- rim. Let the tank
'Lt ifE A0,1 be lillc.l 'with water \\hen
.7 m, re rain fills it \vill over-
flim, run lduln over the roof
and lb checkt-d l.,y the rim.
La I.ke Okcechobee, coWer-
r ing .i ,'iut a half-million
acre-, receives the waters
From Jn .irea st\ven and a
S' half tinme- it, own -sie. The
D lake h:is no outlet. It fills in
', r ,i the rainy ;eason and then
_i, ''' oetrllhw., the water flot -
S ing ,ovcr the great prairie
Btort it n.aches the ocean,
ho(u-ever It encounters the
rock rinm of coraline lime-
stone. This rctards the out-
flow of the water into the
ocean. Through thht. rim the
Sweater has cut pa.siagte, but
not enough to release the
entire \olume of water until
the next rainy season ha' arrived. Then the
lake overflows again. Thus the prairie be-
tween lake and ocean is always more or less
wet.
It seems the drainage w-rtk was first at-
tempted by the SMpaniards. Then came the
Disston enterprise, anri then, early in the
present century, the latest effort.


THE STATE s-\'TEM OF CAN.\LS,


Everglades drainage is in charge of the
State of Florida, through its Internal Im-
provement Board. Its plan is to connect
Lake Okeechobee with Gulf andl Ocean by
canals. These are to lower the lake level
from its present height of twenty and four-
tenths feet to sixteen feet Thu- a great


PROFILE ALONG SURVEYED LINES FROM LOXAHATCHEE RIVER TO LAKE OKEECHOBEE. FLORIDA


BlNANAS. ON E\ ERCL.DE- SOIL


dIrainage rc-.r' lir i- tI, lie creauteLd t.,
rcc:-iue the infl .im from the north plus tle
lainfail, emit it gradually tliroiuih the
canals to gulf and ocein and thus pire'.nt
the ov.er flo..
Under (i,'.ernor \\. S. J-nriings (i:ioi-
i.c- plan- for this drainage \, ork '.ere laid.
ULnder Governor N B. Broward Ir(os-i-o jo.~
the actual .litch-digging b:egari. Goxern,.r
Broward askev I the United States Depart ment
of Agriculture fi.,r expert advice. J. O).
\right of the Drainage Division "las s 'cit
rt. examine and report on the tract, v.-hich he
ilid. He mnapled o ut a sy-teln of canal-
v.hich, with slight imoditicati,.n-4, i, ii.n:. bcinL
installed. For the past t~,.i year-, Mr.
\\'right has Il tin in the employ .of the State
.as it- Chief Drainage Engineer. The dredg-
ing '1as irt done by the State since July i
i.lio, it has been in the hand of the Fiurmt-
Clark Coimpaniy i .f B:ltimore.
Just how much canali.'ing \ill be neccs-
-.iry? Here the dctlitr.rs have slightly di-a-
greed. Broward' plan '.va- that of "cut
and tr\." L.a out andl cut a s\steim of canal-.
If the-e do the \otrk, well and good. If more
,re needed, cut more A-. for fund'. noI
e-ri'us problem arise The State drainage
i-- financed from t\vo -iurcc-: fir-t, an annual[


tao 0I li'.e cents Ul.on liach r,- Ibjneited;
_-c,.d, Ihe proceeds of the c.le -of `tate
land s.
The iprL.ient canals includes the fill,..Ing:
I un the wcst, one ciuiinecting Lake
Okeech.I.hee, through L.ike Hiepochee, itli
thle Cahl'i,::Lahatchce, thl.i- li-cliargig Gllade
waterrs iinto the- Gulf 'f, MAlcii' Thi- candl
has. beii e open .iril noi igatel l,,r tl.'o andl
h.lf yv rs.
2 On the s-)titheast and I c-s, a sricUs
enilptling in t. the Atlantic. rhey are: f(.L
The North New Ri'.er or Middle Canal.
This -.:niL-cts the north branch of the N e
Ri,.cr, in lwhiich Ft. Lauder-i dale i,. iilualte ,
v. ith Lake Ok(ech'ailnt This c.inil i- :ut
through, Ibi lhe Mii.imi 'r South Canial.
This i. to c:,onnect MiLini i th I-ake keC--
cholje:. .\bout .,o per _L-it. of the ist.iin.'e
has heen .ut and the caiKd will probal:Iy he
open l-.v the crnd f4 ini, ici Tile South
New Ri'.er C'dn.d, running ec-st andl1 \v'.st, to
connect cnals ili andri lI. Alout o per cent.
of this has been cut., Ii The Hilkls|oro Canal.
Thick lies north of New River Canal, and \%ill
conie-it- Hillb.o:ro with the lake. .About
'.o per cent. of its length hr1.. been cut; le'
the 'ahlin Beach Canal. This has recently
been determined up-in by the State. It %ill


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EXHIBIT I.


connect Palm Beach with the lake. \\ ,rk on
it has not yet begun.
The plan further includes several smaller
canals, and scores of miles of lateral ditches,
good beginnings on which have been
made.
On the main canals the dredging company
is operating nine dredges, drill boats, and
the like, night and day. It is bound by
contract to have its work finished by July i,
1913, and is understood to be well along with
its schedule, 59.6 per cent. of the entire esti-
mated yardage having been excavated on
June 30, 1912.


LAKE WATER R WILl. nE RErAINED


The question is sometimes asked whether
the drainage plan contemplates tht eilptl inii
of the lake. The answer is an 'empnlh.tit Ni,.
The lake is an invaluable asset. Water, in
general, is an indispensable resource, and the
water of Lake Okeechobee is, for several
reasons, peculiarly valuable:
i. The lake is an inland sea, containing
vast numbers of excellent fish. It is capable
of bearing the vessels of future commerce.
In addition, it will undoubtedly become the'
center of a far-famed pleasure resortwhich the
Palm Beach of to-day faintly foreshadows.


2. The lake is an imliiirtant factor in the
mIn llilittiMn of clinlm.t. .\- a protection
against frost, it, value i. bt\,lndl estimate.
3. The lake i, the great resen' ,ir .for the
supply of water ti the Glade region. This
water is needed. fir-t, blr the cralI-s. These
have already becinme high .iy', i,.t ecrit oce n
and gulf. What they will mliean in future as
means of trar-p.llrtatlion ma\ be inferred
from the part plaiyd 1,\ the canal of Hil-i
land and our o.wn Erie Canal.
Again, the lake waterr i- neeic-di to -supple-
ment the rainfall 1 hi-, it is true, averages,
in the Glade region, sonme tilty-seven inches
per annum. Still, Ilre as clewkhere, there
are times when ., hlitiunal 'w.ater is helpful,
perhaps pricelk- Lateral- are being cut
from the main uLiiaiI into the land. Sub-
laterals branch off from these By means of
locks in the canal, and gates in the laterals
and ditches, the height .ind tflow of this water
can be controlled. It passe- horizontally
through, the lo-.,-e, poronui soil as through
salt or sand, and capillary attraction brings
it up to the plant root-. From the standpoint
of sub-irrigation, the Glade region, if made
to order, could hardly have been improved
upon.--State legislation, providing for sys-
tematic control of the height of the \water
table, is advised lb competent engineers.


I'ROuTS .AR R \1


Mention ha; bccin male i fr ist. The
Everglades are, in thi- regard, peculiarly
ble-t They li.- irl a region nimure nearly Iret
trm frost thli.n an' ,the-r inL the ULnited
.ltes The \\eathcr Hureau'- Bulletin V\
on Frost D-I )t. of the IUnited States" carric-
nlr', on which, right .c:ro:,- thle iC'.ergladil -
.cgi.i.n, .re inr-crilsedl the ords. "Fr,:,st .at
rare inter'...l- hil'.' t'C coalnut .:110ni' the
in,.s-t serI-iti'. ,i'. aO ll trees to Irs-t and.l ..-ild
al-.ounl[ .rn the rim in the
,. icinit', of M i.1i11i anld I ort
L.iudcrdalc .lVa.1in, thle c-
ces-ive Ihe.it- v. lichl mieht Ihe
Expected iii the far S.utli
are .ilso csi-spicuou Io, their
,tIJ-ence, the nercC urV .t1
IMiani having. reistered tlhe
hlt'xinun i.to ..l degrees I
teniperatLrt bu[t cnlt e sinciCc.
records ha\e been kept in
that vicinit\.


FI:- LTIIF U_ t TLNI. 0 -1 if I
SF RGcL.\nr- -
The hJealthfulne-.s ,:i l ll
region is an object of remark.
Lieutenant Chrt-topher R
P. Ro:dger-., .. the United
States Na'. ,, said in IS4.,.
" Alter obl.-)cr ing the climate
ot the E\erglades dt e'.er',
-eason, I ci:,nsider it o.lne of
the most health\ in the
worldd" State Chemist R. E
Rose of Florida:, -peaking of the agric:
work in the So's on the reclaimed la
the Disston Company north of the laki
"During a period of over eleven yea
company never employed a physician
lost an employee from deathh" '
testimony abounds. Doctor C. M. MI
ter, late of \Washington, I. C., who
last season on E'erglade- land in the
of a community\ conducting cropping
tions, is reported to have been much
full' occupied with fishing in the c.anz
with the practice ,f his professioIn.


r WX\V .\RBL I iC \TIiiN


The location of the Everglades territory
is exceptional. A glance at the \world map
shows the peninsula of Florida jutting straight
out into the ocean, to the southeast. The
Everglades tract is but three degrees north
of the Tropic of Cancer. This puts it on the


parallel runlling through or near the Nile
Valltiy, the Persian Gulf, Benares, the Holy
City of India, the Saildwich Islands, and the
mouth of the Ri. .. Grand-in a : oird, through
the rtgi.ins %\here hon man life first tL.ooik ruot
upon th.e I.Il:aet .\Nain, the r'.tnama Canal
is -oi0n bt be .n11 accom|ic lished fact. It lies
.Islt s,,uth .io I-l, rida \e-sel l. between Norlth
.,nd South Ai.iic i ai] (l Occident and Orient
-, the canal route ill l:ir.elv -kirt the
Ever'lLdes- tract., Lt.ii:hiijn la-t, ..n goingg
-,uth, it Miamni, Quccen Cit'. the Ever-


FIRST CROP OF BEANS ON E\ ERCLADEs SOD-
CROUND LNPLOUGHED
ultur.il :laade reg-lcii, and lirst, again, .t M iami on
nds oif thcir return northward.
-, said.
rs, the ", s.R1 i\1I,, IiR N \ n i.IN'. I:R|,cirs


.\id the re.l significance if Everglades
reclanmatiiln? Not the profits of the land
-peculator, whether ,.f to-day or to-niorrow.
Under present forms of land tenure, these,
of coturs.e, are inescapable. To-day our public
lands are gone. pcpulatitn, native born
and immigrant, is swelling in turgid tide,
and, as effect follow cause, land values mount, I
like elevators in office-buildings.
wherever therefore, ur under whatever
auspices, goo.d, new land- are opened to uCe,
sometlung or somebody-railro ad, land com-
pany, landlord, Indian tribe, actual settler
or, possibly, even the long-timle tenant-is
bound to pocket an "unearned increment."
While private property in land prevails,
this must follow as s- hadi.i fil:lo ,Us -ublstance;


-.I


THE AMERICAN REVIEW OF RL II ..IIS


THE EI'ERGL.4DES OF FILORID.A


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EXHIBIT I.


TIlE .I,11AI/('.I.V REVI'l\I' OF REI'/liI'S


and the public interest lii- niii in iilher lielp-
ing ,r hinilering the pililng ii up i tlh gratui-
tl-ls ga inl's. It lic', iristjil, in the bringing
tI-'giltht r of lthi' mian iand ( llie lind. T'o 1mg
h is the loo('n Oi industrial centralzl/itiion
.wept '.iur rur.'l p'[julLitions tity-wardl, L
heap them. st.,iry uipon dti r\ in -ky-icraper.,
tenenients, ,v e.tt-;hors' and fact'.,rime.


The prg)rec-i\t dli\- rcm.ni1et if man from
land i ,1 might\ lact,'r in the lurcing upward,
.niinr'el'. t i-.fl thilri.i...If If l. Further,
liI raini Lu)pII hluni.mn nmaturet- is intenilying,
lill Ir h .il-.t. i ,L i .i4 t is at hi.and. 1 he city,
1n1 i 11, *lhnt 1 ,dni tarnmii\eld bllec inig, i. ItC0om-
ill', Ilt r ii1.111\', .i II l I.i e .111I I, I'ICtr e. 'IT Lh
Iili r, Ihi\ u s I|, iil 'llci l i. il .Iln m ural, i
iiu ilizA.tl i n -.i lre.uly ie'li ing, as the
Iil-rit I' im .n i i% ilization yielded 1500 years
.i ,g. TliL les.in if \ntaeus-the mythical
N.m- .l-is againn )pertinent and instructive.
' i.r.iltd fri>m hi- mother, the earth, he be-
a.iine, like his 1Hlehrew prototype shorn of his


locks,. a uweakling, a % victim if w whatever enemy
might lift hnd to ,l.v him. But brought
again into contact with the soil whence, as
from a battery of electric generators, flowed
his energies, he became irresistible.
To-day the pui-ksant Orient is rousing itself
from the slumber of ages, stretching its giant
thews and sinews, rubbing its blinking eyes,
and caistiig glances upon upstart, newly-rich,
stripling nations \which. but yesterday, pro-
posed ti dismember it and divide its frag-
ments, as Roman soldiers once parted among
themselves the garments of One greater than
they. The time may be near when the Occi-
dent-- whther r for war, which Heaven for-
fend! or industrial competition, or world-scale
co6peration-will require all its resources of
intelligence anil strength. At such a time,
we nmay w ell piinrler the lesson of Antaeus;
and \welctmen, from -whal.tever source, the op-
prt unity to bring our people once more into
normal, vital relations with the land from
which tino our supplies of power, and insure
to our nation its place on the map and in the
history of the world.


IIAR\ESTING SUGAR CANE. ST. CLOUD PLANTATION


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THOs. E. WILL. PRESIDENT
MRS. LAURA V. MCCULLOUGH. VICE PRESIDENT AND EDITOR


WILLIAM L. ALEXANDER. SECRETARY
U. S. SHEWMAKER. TREASURER


ilnrtna Eurglara lomenmbuilbars'


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N THE

SBroward Drainage District Referendum


This referendum ought to carry, BIG. It's thOe 11 help the Pack Country.
And the Back Country will then help the town,. .'
Lauderdale needs thq Glades worse than the Glades need Lauderdi Lauderdale can't. live..
on tourists. SHE MUST PRODUCE.
That means her Everglades must be farmed. Then, as in Dade Cou factories will follow.
These will bring pay-rolls, and a YEAR-ROUND TOWN.
'But the Everglades must have reclamation funds.'` Hence the drainage District must
sell its bonds. .

But it must first have more people and more.. values in it. This t1 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 ilite outgo into a BIG INCOME.
i, Further, it will help put a foundation under Lauderdale, and make it a city.

Do you know how the Everglades have been rdrrying 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 Ev'a6dtfes?
Do you know that, for 15 years, of the 20,000 old Everglades buyers' have been barred :
F!t out from their own properties, kept fr6a ting, and taxed without representation?
| -:. ': .Do you want to keep this up.p you know that, badTy as it hurts theEverglades. buyers, it
hurts you still worse?


ergladers and yourself at the same time, VO1 "Y E S". on

Some have said, "We te any more money to the old Board."

But do you know that these re all out?
You ask, "Who will follow them?' I answer, "Let the Everglades owners name their own
board, bypetition; and then let us all pet n the Governor to appoint them. If,' later,' the Ever-
gladers want these men removed, let the Gq ernor remove them." That's POPULAR GOVERN-
MENT, and it's the solution of this problem.,

VOTE "YES." And then help the Ev:: riders get their own kina of a Board.
THOMAS E.- WILL,
209 S. W. Sixth Ave., City.

Wright Printery '.. .
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'o4 tJl ad ebrin pwmmr ae ,s e ,tMdos da=S to i make n
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rw w diwe gawiibV thanuSeat
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ge har fIS g ie at en l wt to hbg Ie Lake wlsdmaebwhaver beeases at Obr
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Drainage :District Referendum


SThis referendum ought to carry, BIG. It1's the OE~ that ill 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 Couiity, factories will follow.
These will bring pay-rolls, and a YEAR-ROUND TOWN. -

But the Everglades must have reclamation funds. Hence the",rainage District must
sell its bonds.

But it must first have more people and more values in it. This th 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 wiU.tu.ihf1siti'utgo 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, mo~t'of the 20,000 old Everglades buyers have been barred
out from their own properties, kept fro ting, and taxed without representation?

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

i Jii f voun want .to do inHiId rcrladrs and vnourself at thpe same time VOTE. "V P 0" Q..


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;e any more money to the old Board." *
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But do you know that thed.., e all out?

You ask, "Who will follow them I answer, "Let the Everglades owners name their
board, by petition; and then let us all pel the Governor to appoint them. If, later, the E
gladers want these men removed, let the ernor remove them." That's POPULAR GOVE
MENT, and it's the solution of this proble"i,

VOTE "YES." And then help the Evre ~ ders get their own kind of a Board.

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

Wright Printe .. .t
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I. 'this true?' 'Consult the ree '. tes Aof
S the Conmnasisoners meetin- for Ju. an y a122p.s minutes :
carry two vital documentsviz,:.-- .
1-The n Bbd eo Gal -that "B'onds be i, s
sued for the oppose of E iways.. nd Gat
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the amoutxy. req zre 'l iQO
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..2--The' t ..o s Role These. desolate the roads .to be oon-
S structed from the propose .
Thee resolutions are' formal, p




;' *?They begLn by referring 4l0 egoiution passed, calling (or a Road

:.i^ o~ ^'f~ it Aaal It~een dede ed by -the Board
.that roadbet oad.s amead s

Op w e roads*
aned is te t i ate Road N0.4e,whioht
ai l oyed $ 00,000.00f I *
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Sa.one D. 0..O for constructing


e, .. other items -follow .one, oever names & .ite s, e.ept t
soonerr 1. iro n. et Bd. -ch i. $40,00o0 .he resolution s..
sa athi resolutii "be spead upon the m e t

Q :di'..0l.e pinstruoted 'to ha ,ame published once in- ea c, pwspaper in
U... Cl=:a.' " "r. :

order o re Boardt. t'ounty' Coissioners'' this 1'th.
A.B,1921. (. P*508.) .
.Are these resolutions "open? e thte thatthe Co ssioners:-- .
1-.A-'ee among themselves that the roads should..be designated". 'to.be. cn-
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struoted from...bond issue."
2-Specfitaily named $10 00.00 for the -rth New Aiver Canal road.
S- 4optad the, reso ti
4-- -Ordered th.ep u spred t.'.iLtte

5- '" ns'ruted the oi j~f them published*
..And the substance oft owas publiShed in both papers immediate-
.ly after the. Board meeting Ia the public was informed that

:te Po .~ to building the -orth rew
e!' Cana;0 l roa .

Informe he, N o 25. (See Commissioners a


t .oe eo thinkk he can et stis $100,000
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t is 0onee11 "Dori-pVI* 1br .
ow!o L a .l ..voters. can vote more to can lend this goney
.. verei oters? And i fthe .o. i ...ed before .:_,
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AL....e ,, soerap o.t-.paper..w y vote another bond issue?
Ag in,qif thias- "ae ltsi. ierrn w.ereiartually attempted, would

the people permit it? R, i
What of these voters who 0i i'..ftongand were then handed
another? '

S ha't of the investors who bAi t large tracts ofland from represent
S.irves of the County on. the strength of the above resolutions? %;<,':

."^ Have none ofthese people ever heard ofoourts,and of writs of inJunotlon?
S 'dentsly. thg would-be "fuznd-switchers" are not well advise -


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:. iriseas,. of foresis n float -.trl~ -a tot M.-ffice at fl t.0,n..
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,ttoint r te 4$sooo,efoolQ .M meB r-in a


btan real6atai the value of forest r flot .it. -~
to maeti aa-*owlU bfrag aln ptnaiwlettuem a to a m~Ma
tta.e*. ..vs ai. es -a-. . hea fl "aj". a- .
mail.threatemet, themawiM tiewhere

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dfe ait ntat do 8s* Bl kerr "A ft guir u
battlesld ia oialf O s mu. suem to ua m te
tsttit should be oaqy. RmfilObr that I3 EH'
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.i .*oettmis east ti. Mt(rafls 9to %6r~ to 04ea kit E if
rromes@ PWS#Rle ri n-' s; e i~*afena* $glantpad .nnS1 t
t~tyis all 4 aspects Mo tru ,o lmis=O at



llle*nsaeqaU tgi tastieusia V.*dagtineaor ktauor at PaaattL 44.(ata at heSi9.
) .rgaied first rtivetad iia ay : Oudietnat ae stlletrl m fol


WotiStu ad t trom; 5 fele X rtsI Aftogle Me It glae sfmn t.
4. ,4ttmnptd. Polsi A.bPeur.7t aukiage-te s^,tio'in** seltls. t at st'oen
l 112,l*eaas ThuuBed the rStnot neulsrg 'artbats Unr*.t.s t&, mo At
."Ci Ttj au.alu oflo.. t* ita elaa Candatn A6 to fltlrei et d Rea e
e, .9at. SIens was. dnlflo ed th tet OZ& OSTAf WASiW #ASE to0n. Sinwtn
stated Uae.jefts fleoiset S0A.9--alrt.t rgladts taM bel to te
and a Mi.v tass in bt aOsitted tLWfrtigat*,ViS.lf R1s Qosalit tap -0
L1asemuirf State Suprme PoCart of flAida.)
Xnlaxrge d4.eth fprom WasttBta to zrywatSaut.. a sttl uq t' .&
Vst Wm Slea&t LSa4 d1.tributia). AtUt pa*ttaiaterpLuga urtdeat lt
sad d*leT pmm et. .....
3-.. lt to Tallasae and 1be l owe rsettios lad fro. thle X1Z.Sa .
Stn as ee aboe Sttles-aebubt 4,00. g
lflm9M5*4uoadsd w Okeetatttafirpt plas ouS atttl ast &tstttCiertla *eld 5114 a0
U"f' s l waflatr 0a4a3 ia.~.a.. as.?i rt a. .r,fltS tjoo ie nkeut. f, '
e' urapd r Glade s'tp'ats to .?t.ladetal. af laatstu/h. 1... 3
mas* Warryied 4y Cabptatu NasfssebatweuA P4suderdalS eaa Lake,
31* ui"ega first .ama aes aptiniu ll owtfor tvetadesodue,
193i4.-(a Cbear.) Reved fno ia4..tdi. to At.Jmdods1.e t* peSO Xy*1d6aO.s
SllS-aflttlod at Now Okeolastaskin it eaer of l u ipper Raefltlade *ettohi
$91i4toi.n"Tey atte yaers it NHw OkualasutataexprinMetasUSlvTteag 0i4w. praw
S.s a ns k vital ts tntstnd maintatitg atr ae of' waste OGadi'e be nwfttk.

iets*Xauttset sumpaise sa r 9 Olden t Z EdettaUtfs'ku Road *(sov ned 4
sata a a w in .ats ,,ad

;919-' .*-ttl amt striding fornAt,. Yaw,* a xa a-ge f ,At. ov tfl at
0wte litit ugtW. .NSerIta o.tffita"dm pefrmet ..a s 4.-"
SUAs ~ epella sT.ad lJtt use ali to .ftadeFale ,and am y a, yet UIb i mlsl P4at
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wr.'. A a t -wl h Nrf l uai tmq. to oi\tiW tS Li.'Wn
,. urh t dd .ab2 foe eb& r l *,-)*I ,ii.e i.t M. t SC


Ejerglsden tit hoMpttl ottort Mild lIt- a .ial b.h.


1927"-'oetiuued ffortE Sn 62a0 nstsntlnaa 2lNbihed amib.
I ;-StOr m eae '. ( a i 49 t) naf6 )r to k. a r~bda rtoratie
l.a **eflge ld e #*ai w at Wi9 pot to le eEs. facts iees
Iet seek. Beated uvp mfl fa16 ?St.LadexdaU.


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3I.-A-a. t by *. . itor Ati a ba iisw a o is 'elqam taie.
-4akeed ast IwV e arf$i o aw ath ad 6O .ly to a .l. 0aub.,watXi
t ~da1bedSale ad New heelattas Dfated thiu
1930l-AgitUatig atd pubUtbhlu for BCvrgeid -
1 9rs.atpea 3 au.th rtltII"W ." M.ri..O. to"oat" d .elp d"y G-t
*W Sdweu#sgsha4. mat t alt. Read 36. $100 et attiw tlot"
flR.2te**it 4S7as? tfl tl #asatla'ugtwaupa1to Waoke Kaeith Onal tarry wtter
apd biatlruat et uit oue reassei Xs a sMik4tiA l j& flna.tzS p tdafeS
by atYvie at: -aaelyg
,4ei, destroy~ what rrmesa of xerth CBaal aflti atieU.l
5.-To aed -*ha nariigatite a tf St.*1t0e a to t Peree belS
Qi-4 Mlake Glade4 ay f or 4.i eo idetruaeto a. .
.-bt build a Aatae.p.O. o. t.h.e s ter e Lke Sai*ee. .! :'
.195.3-A--JStorea Iad Perth Ca. uii al En Iak dwsa ti daee watn. rd Anerig .
.bie t ip Ibi blatkit t ttI" m s y nwa wolk isz .it9.6 a fttsa a alrt .
dFf. h .ie a.w st .~P,, to 4nal hekaits. X*Alst trap iy ar tharoasdh &adim *tlt,
NWer (eae .befor or sstnbjlt At earthed the IWSW 1AOt*
" -Al'te" $1 9. s t5e "pmlt Sariy W.at it ,W t. .oa .nt
aw .aad4 S,sls fatbS er bp y 1. LAssaud at Ofie oif usea of 2amnil s -ai:
O EatILf nl ieb 3kB1j..tt' O ls 6 te 0 nst orat Gef l5ti vDoi
WOT.; "w i*1 S/IN a NO NS IRtin r"AWA '6-mn1-i that's ,
0*r.- atiyf e.unramed by r GrXatleytler~, S ptch f Fat atFiern s, .M
*abfwvAt bw we msay til OeP ea04sX mAeto wast leaving asew lfd *lt44 Be. gSZOl *
St;a alvftslnhts had. Aibi Aim
," the na". '. tit a" a aua b :Cae as -et r ~ti .rkat. ws t ,l
.es S.TABD, es, with twe. a. baensftera aM peptre. TO ,Y c tap

*a8-A lfl&'t~teAn..tuo ep eow & nnMvr.owa
Adne trliu thi. awyet, 1n Sm wad esitte er.. atise o 1
N-Werktpg @ 2r4* heasetit eople liave t- ha
e^rfvilgs PdiraWrl Road da4lItto:e to repair Nadt 2 ttd aV tirehO
trt ; lsr Sat sawl S- 4sea tbrgh t fStle fin a Cm i a ato'* ey .g J9*s
thrh evntrPL flq ap ai alou th MWrth @aunalbseart Adeg( the
m10 thu rea td. sat epuuiwg 'p lSrfl% t .untyl $01 ii7 Pletititttl Pattr.
tfl0em5eate & 40 ao do thts. SlWrmd 8s2 aIgoris Iu Eqa Jate was-
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1i.d the QQNSGSEaI? Om 0otader tb i i9A RlAaw.'.

Wash'e his m91is -of Qhautta 106 ke ms'p the Middle Wat, on the man 00eo4
:In c. e e ientve *eks he delivered 64 lectures in diffent towns d eit'-
Theee lectiwes itresaed the eonservatien of foreats3waters en3 seMlao and It4e nee r oyea U.::
ald +o this dad, ;d. ..ov
DreA.ll oaried with him a ecapaet summary of hi lecture, i 4 or di.ffereat fo aits u
personal referepees),and supplied soah paper sah t&nn ith a Gopygs two a Mk Pra
ally every paper ran the toerygin full,and unchanged. Thus his audience wasa geatly mltip
Ubder U Dzriinage, the diBopased wet ss t lwladsineludlze U ETERADN' 4fV 01.'T
a On f th. greatest reos pta

A yohr later,Dr.W fL1 ellibed finitelydand a for the 'Far' in the Everglades sauste Is
Aug z nfp _0esehe p .ui e ,in s ervstioW I gan of the mer, Farehat oiAatn ..
strong veraglades atory D Giffordof esenut GrovftheM arqds a little lateromad. m
first purchase of Everglades land,
IM January, 19O10 he paid'his first visit to wh EvergladessLa e kee O pkeea V IeruS9lfia
It aderdale Jaakionvila e and TallahanSseelsng lesrs Soward nni glR a ot r
verglades notables.,
Raeuring to Washington,D.C .,he resigned his position in the Amerisan Forestry Adpo-iatitn,
and threw himself into the Everglades work. .


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This work he entered as ah Everglade$ Conservatienistia settler and developer writh the hiaf
resolte to maester the factB and.if need berto exhaust hia powers and resouroea Lr helping
make of the Bif Prairie a Hor of Plentv yand Homna ofP uan


To t~as task he has $ ven e s. e af 01 I. e. a' s.a; fros
WashinobnroDe.O and Now1orsgi K: xt rflaeg. o
In the manae Year:he eoneeived and compiled the.. first, d aiee kterglades book oepriasing
all available State and ederal matter ea the verg aadeul1e1ulJ wi0 fa3o5mpa ppressod s'..
port by MO.ght i aiaou the work of Sesater D.Ujloteherwas made
U.S.Senate DOeMeut $to* IYR0LADES OF VLOBZIA,'
In the Ani e A ately follaningeand enacted before the Mose Omndittee of the
VtS.louae of Rle8 ii nDeemeber,and following,he was active on the Everglades side

puIn S gDr 1 planned his own Wverglades settlementrat Okeekantasat which place the
S. r as i st l eTas ngn Ogtober r4,1015. Of thesepone was his sonmLawrenee t long
kaows an the oldest inhabitant.'


In December 1j.4I,Dr.Will oame in perwn to Flridaand ,in the fol owing S ringo d
k..e elanta set cement. Sinoe that timehe has conoeniaeted so lose y on t os
Sgle that his friends* up north' almost think of him as dwalbowed up in the Everglades


torheu "
marahest


Driven from the Everglades,in 132l1by impossible conditions,he has sinee oont$nuedon the
Aoasthis fight for their iprovement laoludingnotablythe essential REGLAMATION- -with Water
oautrol-and ROADS. hoserin turnat the earliest possible moment,he would have followed by
.lNUWJ ALPRAOTICALI,PLANBED SETTLEMENT AND DEVELOPMENT,


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HELPI#G T^ /EVRGLAD3S.
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SEOTION 27,Tp44 South, B. 3 East,in
rlan lioac County, lorida.
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I.-l ne4 or- controlled y Vendor,( below)- -
1icJe ;a;L :onaigon'Ds liodags of Six Ares (a as,) each--
Sa-<-(L. )-Nos. 1 to 7, Jinac l*es ..-----------------.W.. 10
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II--OCen for Re-Sale:--.

A-Qouiluo v.tiiL 96iL13 Xct a (abtixe), N:osa(a5,) Nos:.2% ;75,-gI- 5
B--NoIn, 0 w 39,40 ,41, 44, 51, 68
--oE-JoLod d I o.-3ontiguougs 10, U20,212.. 23,75,
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Grcups of 10.p Ln. 5 holdings a *21 Holdingsv 126 Acres.
rSay, 5O 1-o at
Prioc jo~t to Vouedor in all cases,a$20 or oare for CUTa, $24,000 00
Terms, Calh, OneGi-Hlalf, dorm ImiS .ttj
-Iiiot isL Oine,Two a'. ThIrc- y3iarspin equal u:mt;mets, a 4,00ij
lnior'eFtat Siax Dler Cont (010) per anaii.

GoonclQASi as ta TrjiS--
I" a binder or al live Per Cent (i) .o ta ae TU t (;t) irlaings,
01,G0.013 jer iolding,vtslu$14000.OOi3s dero'3sitocE ;thin days
from this dateKioldings in addition to 'ibove TWOnaty ,D)uxiAy be court
oL follotwng
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T=Iithini an additional thirty (Jiu) LLty3efMro;a this dLItd,teni (li)
uioliings as follas--
ipsh, for a.ll,(B20 lu La 1= us) ;a1:,(oa?.O; Iti.:z L;t.a.s above.
2--WBlthin a dd additional sixty (60) darsfraoa this dilntc .tcu (10)
hal.ings as follows--
OaLsh for last uon (lo) Ho.iings,oneo-fonarth (1i/4) ;si.f.:'-I .." "
b:ri BUX 1i CQlj T
i-- godnSolidclction-- Groulping 2l]an unLaralled i J .he,ooJ..Ak
ti noiiborihooi ltt.autLul aid and gncir.l aall-iruund success.
--iLt Rate-- Aajoining :laudl amr offered up foll os:--
a--SeotIon adjoining on west,' $300.I00 per aoi'Ce
b-- a north. 0.00 b ;.gc*, 400 .qr a.
j--Zasy Tor.a(Sc- above.)
'IUPIUMN--eGuartanteuc agiLrstb s:tas or wictidraclla :C alI:. J.ll rcJnt:go af
above Holdingsa,n-d.ing e;.osit of bindcr(abovc), Oa be soured oil:-' an
,!; asoa.blc. i!.'p-osit(r4t-0ell0ers ;taiiious to closo).
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SHALL THE BT.LUCIS CANAL BE jgD TO DESTROY,FOREVER,
THE NORTH NEW RIVER CANAL? U


Recent experience) with certain officials has made very clear that they
are resolved the North New River Canal shall not be used for navigation,if
for any purpose whatever. They are hostile to Port Everglades,and quite
willing the people of the area served--df at all--by the North Canal may
suffer any hardship,so long as their canal lies dead.

Long and careful study of the question of North uanal rehabilitation
makes clear that this program is by no means confined to local interests.
Following are some of the points gleaned from official documents:--

The North Lanal should be eliminated. This end may be served in any one
of several ways,as follows:--

1--DAM IT SOLID,AND KEtEP IT DAUMED.
A--Articles run in the Ft.Lauderdale News,iov.19,1926 and April 12,
1927,make this transparently clear. They fill several columns,and are supper 1
orted by one editorial in the above paper.
The author of these stories gives Chief Drainage Engineer F.C.Elliot as
his authority,whom he comunends very highly for his vision and statesmanship.
B--The Report of the Evergld6s Engineering Board of Review is a clas-
sic on this issue. It is dated May 3,1927. The point may be found on pp.
78,79,83 and 88,on which is Figure TO. 2". These passages advise the con-
struction of control dams",of solid earth and rock",* across the exist-
ing canals at points indicated on the figure"( Above Fig-2.)

That the effect on navigation may be made clear,this stat.mentis made,and
leaves nothing to be desired:--" SUCH DAMS WILL DESTROY V JATEVER DEGREE OF
THROUGH NAVIGATION IS ITOW AFFORDED BY THE EXISTING CANALS*. The authors
state,however,that,if in the circumstances,any actually desire to navigate
the canale in-. .euo oirumotanen,they should be allowed to do so by erecting
their own locks,and maintaining any other necessary expense. This would seem
to resemble a road policy under thich. any may run their cars,freelypFrovid-
ed,only,they build their own bridges.

This does not end the chapter of canal damming in the hvergladesbut is
suggestive.

2--EXPEL ALL TRAFFIC,AWD KEEP IT OFF. This policy-has been in active eff-
ect,certainly since 1921. Much data are available on this. Certain it is
that the policy has been highly effective. A one-time heavy traffic has
been utterly destroyed;and it has now become possible to publish such a
table as appears in U.S.S.Dou. 115,71st.Cong..2d.Session,p.22. It shows
S '* the corm:erce of SIvergle~es canals...for ...19281' Data appear for the
Liami,West Palm Beach and Hillsboro canals:but absolutely n6:mention is made
of the rorth Canal. Yet,from 1912 to 1921,this canal easily led all Ev-
erglades canals. Officially,this canal p DEAD. Further Locks NOs- 2 and
absolutely esr;ential to navigation,are gone;and,of them ,we read in Bien-
nial Reports of Everglade, Drainage District:--
A--1925--26,.p. 7,after the name," North New River*,( lemp.,use dis-
contin'td.")
B--192--28,p.19,after North New River N0.2",( obsolete");
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2
This,as regards the continuance of navigation,is equivalent to refer to;
one's car-wheels as Temp. ,use discontin't and Obsolete.0 It means
that,officiallypnavigation is ENDED.

5--FIGTREI PROHIBITORY COST FOR RESTORING' TRAFFIC.
A--Run Cost of Improving North Canal Very High.
a--Brofke. In Hearings before Com. on Flood Control,U.S.H.of R.,
Jan.10 to Feb*1,1929.Lt-Col.Mark Brooke testified( pp. 163 etc.) On p'182,
he quoted Chief Drainage Engineer,F.C.Elliot on cost of "getting a channel
6 ft. deep and 80 ft, wide for navigation purposes" as About threeqand-
one-half million dollars." To get a channel that would give you that 2500
extra discharge would cost about $ 7,000,000." ( p.182.)
b--Frazier. In U.S.S.Doc. NO. 213,70th.Cong..2d.SesFion,Lt.Col.
L.V.Frazier also quotes Mr.Elliot(above) on cost of same channel as
$3,671,000 to $ 3,692,000."
c--Hills. In U.S.S.DoO. 225,71st. Cong.,3d.Session," Report to U.S.
Dist.Engineer,Jacksonville,Fla..Galoosahatcee River and Lake Okeechobee
Drainage Areas;Submitted by'Okeechobee Flood Control District of Florida",
and signed By George B.Hills",we find MR. Elliot again qu6ted,thistime
with figures"prepared ...for the purposes of thisr6port". This time,the
cost of improving this canal,as above,is estimated as $ 4,171,648."
These figures,it will be observed,continuously mount. Next,over against
these,comes,

J--FIGURE MINIMUM COST OF COMPETING WATERWAY'S NECESSARY IMPROVTE1ItT.
L--The St.LIcie Canal is the ONE GRATD RIVAL of the North Canal,
and the one waterway,in whose interest,the North Canal must perish. Nott
cotae.
a--Frazier. In U.S.S.Doc. 213,70th.Cong.,2d. easion,Lt.Col.L.V.
Frazier( p.28) after quoting the abovi highcosts of improving the North Ca-
nal,follows thus:--
"As compared to this,the additional cost of providing a channel 6 ft. deep
and.80 ft. wide from LaXe Okeechobee to the Atlantic Ocean THROUGH THEST.
LUCIE CANAL and the St'Lucie River,is estimated to be TWENTY-FIVE THOUS-
ND DOLLARS.) i.e-.,006 per cent of the cost of improving the North Canalt
In U.S.S.Doc. 115,71st.Cong*,2d.*ession,Col. Braxier(at p.22),repeats
these figures showing the petty coat of getting the required nqvibation thru
the St'Lucie Canal.
.b--Brooke. In the above Hearings before the Flood Com. of the H.
of R.,0el. Brookestrengthens the case for the St6Lucie canal by declaring
it t@ be COMPLETED. Answering a question,he says,* That( the St.Lucie Canaz
WAS COMPIETED THE ITTER RT OF 1926."(p.165,) Howeverat the Conference
on Florida Everglades Reclamation,Baltimore,Md.July 18-19,1927,Mr.F.C.
Elliot,Still Chief Drainage Engineeraanswered'a question by declaring,
( of the St.Lucie)," THE CANAL HAS NOT' EEN COMPLETED TO DATE."( p.21.)
and,in answer to further inquiries by Mr. Warfield,he agrees that the coat
of completing the StiLucie canal is about a million and a quarter.(p.21).
This figure is vital. Compare it with the following:--

At the above Vlood-ControlHearings,Mr.Walter F.Lineberger was very certain
that the North New River Canal could be constructed at a figure very much
les.; than figures quoted above. He complaint( p.216)that The Commiittee on
Rivers and 'arbors were unable to obtain from any one in authority an accu-
rate estimate of what that(the completion of the North canal:j6ft. by 80 ft)
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uld have cosn.* On p. 221,however,he says:"I estimatethat it will cost
n the neighborhood of a million dollars." He adds," I would want to con-
firm that with the contractors but I believe it could be done for a
million dollars.,

On p.216,Mr.Lineberger says:" We are,at this particular moment,obtaining
from contractors,an actual estimate of the cost of enlarging the North
River Canalto 80 feet wide and 6 feet deep,as included in the the last Rivers
and Harbors bill."

And on p. 224,he says, "I think it car be built for a great deal less money
than has been estimated. I think there are gentlemen who will appear here,
if necessary,and tell you they will take a contract for that."

That figure must be found,and carried to VWshington for use before the
engineers for Rivers and arbors.

Contrast the results:-- To get a canal Connecting Lake and Atlantic,6 ft
by 80 ft. in dimensions:-- (_ )
1--Coat of North Canal is 166 times that at the St.Lucia Canal;
2--" "11 n If t 1 i less than. f w I ,
To that,add cost fftmaintenance. The North 6anal is almost exclusively
a MUCK canal,whon r f maintenance is almost negligible. The St.Lucie canal
is a sand canal and old boatmen shudder at the thought of using it. While
Uongressman awing,Chairman of thr-- ilood Commnittee,said:" I anticipate,to the
end of time,as long as there is sand there,the St.Lucie canal will be confron..
ted with a SERIOUS SAINTENANCE problem,and that trouble might develop right
in th e middle of a hurricane",causing the canal to 0 shrink suddenly at a
time when it is needed most. I would much rather see a canal for the spill-
way discharge that RAN THROUGH ROCK AND MUCK,which woultnot blow...and not
wash." ( p. 221.)

Again,note this. M. F.C.Elliot was before this Flood Committee. Cong.Swing
quizzed him regarding the sand situation of the Sts Lucie canal. Have-
n't you had diffiwulty,too,...when you needed its capacity the most you were
least sure of having it,gur.ing a heavy rain,when the SATD would drain inand
the canal would fill up?"

Mr.Elliot not grasping his meaning,Mr'Swing continued:" .. Your ordinary
rainy season// On that part of the canal where local drainage is permitted,
your canals carry into them every year considerable deposit of sand which
chpkes them to some extent."

Mr.Elliot. That will prevail in ordibary seasons,Al C0TINUAL AND PER-
PETUAL MAINTENANCE WILL BE REQUIRED ON THOSE CANALS.( 9?WJ#s Ofry ZtC

Remembering that that canal has already devoured j and 1/3 million dollars
of precdous Everglades money,and is now to be used as a chief competitor of
the Everglades,its great mid way canal,its harbors and adjacent cities, is 5
it not cheerful to contemplate the prospect of paying,eternallypto shovel out
that ever-in-pouring sand4and probably pay the bills with more Everglades
money-and lose our North/Canal navigation besides?

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TALK ZTT'1:75 T.E.W .12M BOATIMEi7C FTL2A:T V.D LRAi,31
1AlU:ABOUT JuL' 19,1924.


Freeman: Certain Ft.Ld. people say they want here
only MILLIO:TAI..3 A1D S.R.AI:TS...

Sorme 2 to 3 years ago,Cpt. 7reemzn was tied up on the Caloo
sahatchee River. State people were working there. The head
man for the State mate it clear that the State people are
indifferent to the N.N.KH.anal;and that the real canals east
of the Lake would be the St.Lucie,W.Palm Beach an' Iliiami.

At Ft.lyers,Capt. Freeman told the representative of the
A.C.L.RR.that he desired to cooperate with that road;giving
them his passengers who wanted to go north,and receiving
theirs who wanted to go east. However,the A.C.L.RR.Agt.
made it very plain that HIS ROAD was not intOrested in any
such arrangement.

From his own experience,Cpt. Freeman is convinced that
both the A.C.L.RR..and the F.E.C.RR.are HOSTILE to a Ft.Ld--
to--Ft.Myers Boat Line. It interferes with their getting
extra fares from passengers going around the horse-show
route,to the north.

( Compare this with TEW's experience,about Jan .15,or 16,
1932,when he suggested to the FEC RR. Akt. at Belle Glade,
that he contribute to his( TE?''s) ex penses to DC. ad re
Govt. improvement of N.N.Canal. The Agt. replied that he
cpuld not do so,for he did know ".'/THlER HIS ROAD APFROVED
OF THIS ILTROVIE.TF" .)

The Braddon representative was told at South Bay that
they understand there that ELLIOT INTENDS TO KILL TRAFFIC
on THE NORTH NEW RIVER CANAL.( Compare this with data sent
by TEW. to Fed.Engs. in D.C. re Elliot's KILLING OF N.CAUAL
NAVIGATION.Sent 12-5-31.)
Four years ago,(1920),Freeman bought his boat,and attempt-
ed Cross-State Ft.Ld--to-Ft.Myers,traffic. His runs were
killed off.

Two years later,Capt. Freeman tried this run again,adver-
tising with Foster and others. He secured the business, but
was again killed off.Such,also.has been his experience in
the past winter.

Capt. Freem:.n says the Ft,,y rs people are STR TING FOR GOVT.
COIITROL;'of NAVIGATION on the Caloosahatchee River,and that
this now exists.( Note,also Elliot's HARMONY" Proposition
of 6--20--24;Ref. 794;p.29.)



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The ~ raged- of W "a sotto muoh that ppl' get dlledlor property deetroyedbut that we
fight abut the WRON i H.
The raou is wasted in fighting over petty aide smtee." Red Herring' blunders and plots
The RkAL BATTLE rarely gets fought at a l he real issues are ignored,subordinated.or
messed up"' vith elsh tIaes*
Thic it the o:.se right nowpin this big Everglades fight*

The decision is being left to men who Ikow almost nothing about itwhile those who do are
ignored as fully and completely as re. the real issues themselves*
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TheS'ient Enginee'ra* pra the ends of the earth pand the mighty moulders of public .
piTnion Imkow about as nuOh about -ia aual isaaae.re:aing for a hearing gas did the
famous three friends f b imnuit .al ob* 'hy are the visiest aate rs en the issues
tbhatElike babs in eahiititt reeoeywae dampead in t dit'i 6to pEriAlltad IlWe, such issues
their arbiEtiaent wou:I.6 an iprtin nos -...-... ..

Those who do knowand who ought to be heoarare the AVRAAS ?Pe. TTh3MIVBS I. this
rgumentthoy occupy the plaoo that was oodtpigd by the young Blilhuson of .araohel the
Suite* T1r are wall flowerglthe U alesoyans in the political oampa .igstho faoes at
the indo at t'o fea ot of 5elshazpre and they may yet prove the hands i.,.ltiug on the wall
.o a t ey? they are TE SETTLERS AhD TLMRS ANlD BUILDERS IN THE ACTUAL IbBIM TiD EVER,
AD* 'o knoW hoiw they feelpread JobPhap.SS*.

TO dateswhat voie hare thens people b.ad? %sa. twmitbaion have they received to shew
their opini en? t cho nweseas it did at the famous oonferenoe abc'.ev
S- Pros:nt ..3-ve j i? ether !e are getting enough for our bonds,
The R 3 A I L. sU E is this

U APTERWqIE AVn! SOfP NMiL BONDS OR AMid So B aABViSREOR Ta PaSSaJT PBOP oS0D PBIOE,

W A 2 T. I E II ahg, are weto geo for the SI

hat are we planninag,new,to OEG FOR OUR OGLAES IOMOly
SDraining" i li 0 T the reil issue eitherr i1 draininr' rcolaininpor otherwise
gring the W&OLE -;LADIEIS RIO RIGHT NOW the real isue All that i., beside the point,
SrFepresents aaniaposeible Troraul an endless Per jx tintiong a further deferring of the
hope th.bt cieken the heart
r ,.e i t- EAIl Z Is. I-et' a PLOET .nd JILD soh portions of the G1sde= as are IOW
BADY FOR 00l V9i;;! &

aWereT l.-n che Upper Gladenlinoluding Islands in'Laket.ira t Upper Gladea Zone.a nil oar.
tin reas serth hs* . .
tam W'Con i
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LH..ollywood hpainago Disti(al
2..-a Looka Distrist
PluAaleh and -gar, 11l area t
...Areas betwoon and lying baok of these,and south of this genera, areain ao far
as people are trying to handle +it .
InUpr las,st. ne is bounded on south b olle and O.ladeorest anl to Bills.
bore O sa L b on ':a "j
BdbBone lies gouth of thi roughly to ightbAle Bend cd MO.NIReOanal.
May be held to inolude Brown Ou-apanyOs rast now in use
Sr A th sird mone pay be conoeived of as that region bordering the Crose.0anal
between the P*o^*anal and the' tlaboro Oanal* This is the Gladeview.--Gerworth region*


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About midway between Pensacola and Panama City. A
short distance to the west is the 75,000 acre tract,
recently acquired by the Ringlings, who are planning
an extensive agricultural development.

40. 240,000 acres, Columbia & Baker Counties, $5,50 per acre.

One of the last large, solid tracts in the state. Two
railroads and a hard surfaced highway serve the property.
The tract lies between the St. Marys River and the Suwanee
River. There is a second growth of'timber on this land,
which experts declare will be large enough in 5 years to
cut sufficient lumber to off-set the purchase price of the
whole tract.

41. 34,000 acres, Franklin County, $15 per acre.

SSt. James'Island, with 40 miles of Gulf and River frontage.
Fine tract for beach resort development. Lies south-west
of Tallahassee. Probably the cheapest Gulf-frontage tract
in Florida. : ...

42.* 148,000 acres, Charlotte County, $22 per acrQo.

Located between Ft. Myors and Punta Gorda. Almost a solid
body, with frontage on Charlotte Harbor. Railroad and Tamiami
Trail cross tract. Sveral hundred million feet of timber
S' included.

43. 630 acres. Palm Beach County, $1,575,000.

A wonderful tract. Almost square, containing 630 acres,
with nearly a miles of ocean frontage. Approximately
4 miles of Canal and River frontage. x Extends back to
Dixie Highway and F. E. OE R. R9 About 3 miles -south of
Delray and 21 miles south of Palm Beach. Three miles
north of Boca Ratone and 48 miles north of Miami. One
of the'best, and perhaps the cheapest, ocean subdivisions
between Miami and Palm Beach.








famous three friends' of the immortal Jobe On the BLrning motionss on which the very kibe
of the Erergladea dependand whioh..like urweloome babes in ancient 0reee~s re dumped in
he dtahtho y are the veriest asateurwe about as competent as is Ford on amdic or

Berhard haw on baby.tendingeor lenry Ford on imslio


Nis Ta laaaseeA.Jiai fight is a battle of
MAMDOthat ought to be getting fought and


ktes and O(ow'as against the ACTUAL Art
is hardly ncntionede


Tat we need isnot a fight of a special interest against the General interest* That
is just what we have all along had far too much of*
Whct we need is a fight of the GE EAL INTe against any or all f1 need bespeoial
ittereets* +n this wnynlyoan we truly and effeotively'serve very right and worth.
ohile special interesatand ouraelves,as woele


f 'the eme my* whioh from the boginrnngr have had to
po erflare the binand deof bute py not dum
inz oAlatine w declare, is an
IweI b al to sgd ilow with the exhora uone Let ui
well able to overdone iteo
Out back oemes the apnwe We are not "'oThe lai
thereof*I There are 1 lents' thereathe so of Anal
their sight" ,we are a a sh papers'
Andthen the people i aarane and rwee andour enmies (


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I*l and who bill are present and
bIratie~onists wklax descendentss of

, up at 'once and posess itifor we ar'
s**eateth up the inhabitant
SandpIn our own eight'*,end'in

Imand that they atone us with stones.'
-a. ~u *4hn Aaannirlpt.n oP the


8ahll we proteoetand push aitthe Practioal PointBt
Ivoe ben a vioe oryin in the wilderness"e :henatain *ve not even been permitted
to crye iove been at sled and gaggedandshut out of papers In the very heat -d f ury of
the battle in whio PaPeresmr as essential as gu-powder in the other kind of wargerzaotly
asphere and nouptn derdawl, an thua shte out.


Ev'drainagearen 'veree*-vastly we W....
SattieI r ed rsmulLaneouslylall. at once nd nothing first* ,asy*
Let us O0ast down au buckets where we wae$ Dog hat d be
and where it can be done thing that be done.when


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13. 6,500 acres, De3oto Courxty, ,2.50 per acre.

NIorthi-east. df Arcadia, near Atlantic Coast inei Rail-
road.' Mostly cut-over pine land,,especially suitable
for citrus culture,

14. 320 acres; Brevard-Goulty, 30 per acr .

High land, with a 20 acre clear lake in the center,
located two miles north-west of Cocoa, one mile from
the Indian River and Dixie Highway, and one-fourth
miPe from th new State-Hig hway route.. Only one-
fourth mile west of Carloton Terrace -- a D. P. Davis
development. Especilly suit-able for do luxe sub-
division.

15. Withdrawn

16. 20.000 acres, Highlands County, ;i. 1.50 per acre.

On.rrailroad and paved highway, approximately 25 miles
south of Sebrint Virgin pine land, on which sthe
timber cruised in excess of thirty million feet.
Either th3 land or the timber is worth the money.

17. Sold

18. 13,000 acres, Levy County, $20 per acre.

Timber tract -- cruise approximately 27 million feet --
mostly pine, some cypress, gum, cedar and oak. tHigh
claqt agricultural land, located near railroad and
tuwhendie Riv o r.a :

19. 10.000 acres, Manatee County, $30 per acre.

Splendid property, near proposed extension of A.C.L.R.R,
-'befrth n Sarasota and Ft. Ogden. Thore is a wild scramble
for land in Manatee and Sarasota Counties, or account of
the tremendous development along the Gulf.
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With rare oxeoa ionathese may be held to include about the enire iABAOD A Dl a I 8AI SBTL.
MEST AND DBBLP.B arealunlees another is ngw far enough advanced oeng the anami 2 rail
farther west then indicated above including rineoreat and "ollieA s -antrents*
Osl all of this the 1 IIMDzI BBBI h CE REIOM i the ISBTLEME T AND 'A LOrR0AiNT ARMA.

his ahouldreceivo FIRrT AIDMrth the DItO T OBDT to EWUP IOESJIUL SETTLEMENT AND
DETEOPMEI and :sDItlMAUIS. :
Help should come from all fe tws that can be enlistdcdJvia.s-



0. onan I and Mavigation*
-.state sUraina a atffin a5
1 = L Unncyel
-ake 1 paq y s wing akQo-.ike .soatI
...eeping anals openaes f olly aq ponsiblesoonsietent with agrdAeultresto hce-p lake
level dowas
efficonoy~and handling it wi~h the of zantaining a
Ss p verdin ayaLt Weh the Kai ni irreo ter-ied water ,in no fL r a. may be
found osactioab -leo1 O a rt o without ijaio n i&t,)s 4 tr0 -.ke a ll
/AOTnUdl^J IJanal~fka Pt S arBta 01.aC andN IN l MSTA111POON1ia TO
He f'i e UOa
8-o O a a anra. i=dot Lirin ug Loc al WATr_.OONTROL, making


?i phanrdsneu eoe_ OUT POS ITI OLIGAZONIa MADE lNl GOJI JOIO 'DITH GOOD
b-Jsr road3aand trailasthat orops may be brought front fields to ncin highwnrs and
c cia:l'
e-Jlaking County Agent opteam as efficient as possibleD seeing't+haL At* uIHOL Iep-f
iss p syti rthy rlith it and T ll learn fra -*"*w- eople,.here their knowledge i; aiperior 4p theirs'
( oward O *ahorriie example of how au o to o its)
..Oounty-ido C rhaaber of Oameree-tof
RW.ha8*1-9 a Y rsAX OW N-A -1009.
a-..Llsting Eilood Lead's Offioe( .S.BRooepaatioi service, anhl,DOe*)
,.b ^sting heal nt ate men agnd ouzLEa n 1jht en are in sL
1i 0i0a qA S aa d -s tiBgihed fon .,haV,, ve M' hrd h Aon anr for n ",
c-j~alistig OAPtlAL for EvnSO&D, as othor 0bast agonies gnd influences hav e ens
I sed it for ob division Dr~pi*eLot ing pmoelling portPr tioneto ealioe tat tbhe AS
GA IV ha a t I h. d ua &e a e and a headed ppolty of
RNw Tor 0 ty( eee zna u eand "se Iesan) D2;y) tJr or r:'Loi8
Bh TYork try( See Bripbane' ahnsia of this point)l d deliver daty KJra lfor direct
object of tranfltormiue WE BiA in LADES from a oWLJi WILDE 0 eO ears after Broward' s

and IlTELS32AJj It IT PROJLOTIOX.
.THS PRBBBS Mere is the GREAES OPPORSLTY it h. ever yet hcad to do the REvA SlMOR
atfd "eM tiofttt Widat natoh:ethe obbhodibeb and Aedti hiay to interest the
to its oityoa Munty. lade n tueno*rand hS r'h It bhn ever et had* ere in the way
in which to get q Ulades subooription lisfcanliline of a ag j ertisings 'hen t ladea ppl*
d isoovor that a ty paper hase otuolly RO0VEIRBD i iLB and has a se intelligent
idea of wy .I it needuphow the meeting of these needs will Hp and !MA TH tOA3Twand is
willing and ready to render t"is service *then the Gades pooile 11ei ast helro gim
toward suoh paper and baoone their nest absolutely LOT M U'DET 0E o AD O.Pr A'a.
The Eve propp, hasalways been handled in a purely one-sided way& It has been a jufg-handle
affair all on one side* The Local GOyt,that ofthe Oo0oimarse*has represented this tO a
finality* t was composedfor long,
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20. Soe #5.

21. See #35.

22. Sold

23. 32.000 acrus, Dado County, $40 por acre.

Near Tamiami Trail -- about 40 miles west of Miami.

24. 6,000 acres, DeSoto County, $16 per acre.

West of Arcadia. Near two railroads. On surfaced
.road. Lands carefully selected for adaptability to
citrus culture. Cut-over pine land, with a sprinkling
of prairie.

25. 2,400 acres, Volusia County, $500 per acre.

A magnificent tract for subdivision purposes. Dixie
Highway runs through the property for nearly 5 miles.
Property fronts 5 miles on Halifax River and 5:- miles
on Tomoka River. Beautifully wooded lands -- moss-
draped oaks, magnolias, palms, etc. J. D. Rockefeller's
home is just across the Halifax River from this property,
which, in turn, lies almost immediately north of Ormond.
Water-front lots of property lying next to this tract
were sold for $7500 apiece, and have been resold at
higher prices. A five-acre tract adjoining cannot be
bought under $8000 per acre. No more beautiful property
in Florida for subdivision purposes. This is in the
general Daytona zone, which is experiencing such a wonder-
ful growth.

26. 5.000 aeres, near Jacksonville, $66. per acre.

About 18 miles from Jacksonville. Twenty miles of Ocean,
Sound and River frontage. Approximately three-fifths high
land, covered with heavy growth of oak, hickory, magnolia,
pine, etc. Romainder can be easily filled. Jacksonville
.noeds a high-class beach development, which this property










a.-A. vnrglade man was aeddsdbut he never re resented anything but the Lake Sharg no
Io lades representative on the Oounty Board of PDBOoer hasever represented anything but

th*'* *the y Lestes of a Board *ember who represernta -
AI- tie P mnln beaoh and 1alm Beaoh Dieb.,and
The %,ossamml l mone*-A fine thing .fd one more Everlades zone.
knothor Wadeas roereaounfean ed sdal -Ro n t Uo d.e -iaoneand he or she should
definitely represent thI I i AS EBB this tereritrr tAwaral nonI aep-
rgeosrted someta iol MISiBERaaEaTE vreris d Peeg*) mayat IaAfc o E I
nB **G. der eOf adear caa mglanta.- arena region due efl y to such nonrbep-
resorntationand iw "wt iE I e*;&)


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53. 15.000 acres, Osceola County, $16.50 por acre.

Frontage on east shore of Lake Kissimmoe and north
shore of Lake Jackson-- bothiautiful beaches.
Hardwood hammock cover larga poPn n. Entire
tract fenced. Newproxpo ed road from Kenansville
to St. Cloud will probab j~ thru this tract.
A fine location for a ovnsite. One of the best
buys in South-Florida.

54. 225,000 acres, Dixie County, $7.50 per acre.

This tract comprises about 80%o of Dixie County. Runs
within an average of about 2 miles of Gulf of Mexico
on the west and borders on the Suwanee River on the
south-east. Extends from about 8 miles north of
Cross City almost to the point whore the Suwanee River
empties into the Gulf. A.C.L.R.R. runs thru northern
portion of tract, and the proposed new I.CGR.R. is
routed thru the western portion of this tract. The
land is above average of South. Florida land, about
80% being rolling or level, or what is ordinarily
classed as flat-woods. The remainder needs some
drainage which can be easily done. Probably the
last large tract of cheap acreage in South Florida.


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55. 40.000 acres, Citrus, County, $20 per acre.

Approximately 65 miles north of Tampa, running thence
north 15 miles. The Crystal River and Homosassa
developments are located only a few miles west and
south-west of this property. The entire tract is
high and rolling and requires no drainage. Elevation
varies from 50 to 100 feet above sea level. Sandy
loam soil with a yellow and red sub-soil. Similar lands
in Pinellas and Polk Counties bring from $100 to $500
per acre. Paved roads have just been built thru Citrus


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Don t defer the GOOaD-NEADfto bring up the lTenJearesJaok.
Dion' pull out the big or aralks to give the littlfeellowe a chance to grow.'
Don't stood the wholeoilte g _tesso to wait for the laggard in the middle.
egregate hbitandthen order the GRUe MAM Lrartd


Get working agreemenon with eanselLenlist the W.P.BIiO.o 0. to help on this programs
( Share has been lmookAp bh ad a Se s1 so that they might appreooate a change to
prove their loyalty to aT. *MS.

Xnsensate folly of West-.aie road-buildng- I had had no other itrp rdX Ri I"
still have looked like the methods of the aunken sailor. ,with their M yet
tL dldheold baok 6-8 years by divertingt funds bbenother tourist road.to throw this
Ls,witbhout rhyme or reasoninto tha, trackless wilderness and sw apli little better
than a crime *s*
X am ready to leadthie eight. To do so,aust have ooltune of p, .
Poat now reaching uppr ,la eB.In early morning of day of pub'* Ie Sld,' alsohave
BrestuEf united to iapof paper' 'o )enco in letting *e pose as prophet,priest and ing of
Spaper will say yes4eill help its oiro* and Evestand iag ith itIl oan FORWE this rerlute*
ou want to be on safe side l1.-ant e*aessuranoe.-2"- ant assurance that paper will
not c o aonised*
.;e to be aefe. A~surod will not be amzzed4at qri~ical moment in fight* ( Oase of
e=p W h Sharp 4 yrse ago.) S-J.Wtaassuranoe that oan make my property oome ford(,and
get my EsharGotoo*
Lctis have ontraot ooveringthoso points* If diff,' of pinibn on parer polioylet's
arbitrate its ( Bense, Da ausar type o*k for neo)
Martin.mamn light LetS get thitaad tlodes3me "way.-enyway,aboatthat t may beaoutof
way and we c an get th Ci e I OU-' quaroly boforothepple
y Okintratge represent probably a half-=ll on to a d.llion{ all depending on hiw
it i-bsandlod* 'o frightfully mis.ihandled by ollt i a n-ereresenttlve oomraras etoe that
does not p a fraction of itc taxes on r. ptty fraction of the valuation it is capable
of reaohnc;,
ESIMWflTJES-z T.E.5j4il Proparty interests InOke0ntry*


"IZ 1/S 0fl 'l/2 ayq 128 esat ,o00 186,2000
&.Jime 80,pl.,s 10 aonorth( S san 8
65327 as, @ 81,00 BS.2 70.
** 1U 84M aas.'e 1,efO, 184,00lO
P.--B.EJ Areace SONOo00 (18C as.) St,so00
seo'PT7A'.-.6, 640 as.O 00. O 320,000
riEr CIKa a so. (TB w 8,000
Linglo andl ,0oo0
total, 79g,270

( ig gyrs*einoldg* debts & Taxes to
take out* ut lots all figured at ~l,000p
par acre, Iae nold 8 lo o a @ g000 per aore.
elle jade lot a ~800 ea, where nine were 8 250
each* Menomwy e. tinate lows
Leaves yw ectinate of np interest at J00,000
to 1,000,008
a reasonable estimate
m1ow does not pay txeeaon present low valuajinm
or lds ao *tig "na neoesary to tap h1 nIL
'or GaOD or "frit e o wont hs lp and will
d17 pay for it out of the aure product*.


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Miami, 1lo rid a.a


February 11, 1925.

TO ALL REACTORS:








. .il.ae -' r ci crus ca ture :u7d t .c e.Kii. 're r endous
de--eloorrent !ic uncier v ay in tn 2s sect ioi. On'Jr1 a
Hfew ile.s frolst hrnota, fh test. .rowin* twvrn of
its c-sss in bli.., wr.re hity-three million dollar
dev' loLmetS arn assured for 15.

2. 11.000 acres, Dade County, 0 r acq r re.
Foivr mi.le- fr. o itag- on Ingr liamd -- so.nHiha and Caal.
dte. _lo ient .i viJler vy ida t.... SeC.iO..a









3. 40.000 acrrs, Lvy countt, ,15 per L.cre .

About 80 miles north of 2T.flp... Riilroad anl. paved *
highway cross trrct. Most of it naturally drained.
hBali-ice rfbily ruclaima.bl.r. Several strauns through
property4. Fine dark soil for general farming. |

4. Sold

5. 10,000 '.crc-s, Oscoolta Couinty, ,11 er acr.e

Near Kissimnime. All fenced. Several hundred head
cattle at *12.50 per head, .extra. A fine body of ,
land -- mostly prairie.

S6. Sold

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"r V (IE Y S"

ON THE
Re fere du .- .:.
I 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
.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..
This won't cost Lauderdale one cent. It will cost Broward County one little mill on the dollar, about ..
:. -
$7,000 or $8,000 per year..
But the new taxes and new business this will bring will turn this little outgo into a BIG INCOME. .
Further, it will help put a foundation under Lauderdale, aid ?nake it a city.
Do you know how the Everglades iave been carrying the Coast? '
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$i] Do you know Broward's Everglades have paid in $700,000 or $800,000, most of which has
f;;i helped build the Coast, rather than the Everglades?
Do you know that, for 15 years, most of the 20,000 old Everglades buyers have 'been barred
^; .out from their own properties. kept from voting, and taxed without representation?

hs" Do you want to keep this up? Do you know that, badlyas it hurts the Everglades ,buyers, it
i.i;:'-* ', ~hurts you'still worse?
":"' IW fItyou.*arn oi W justice to Evergladers and yourself at the same time, VOTE .YE SE.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-
If 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. WIIL, -
209 S. W. Sixth Ave.,. City; .
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Wright Printery .
S: W. Broward Blvd. at 12th Ave.
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VOTE "YES
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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 Ba.. Country.
SAnd the Back Country will then help the town.
I':,' Lauderdale needs the Glades worse than the Glades need Lauderdale. Lauderdale can't ..live
on toRrists. SHE MUST PRODUCE. -. ,
SThat 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.
SI 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 hai
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
o~out from their own properties/bept 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
S : ; hurts you still worse?
i;:. .. 'If you want to'do justice to Ev.ergladers and yourself at the same time, VOTE. "Y"ES":o on
Bt'-, .thi"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? "
f. You ask, "Who will follow them?" I answer, "Ljt 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.
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
I::'. "- W. Broward Bird. at 12th Ave. -
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*VT YON THE "
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SBroward Drainage District Refere ndum
:R :.
i::" This referendum ought to carry, BIG. It's the ONE tHING that willIhelp the Back Country.
And thq Back Country will then help the town.
':, Lauderdale needs the Glades worse than the Glades need Lauderdale. Lauderdale can't" live .
on to6ists. SIt MUrST .PRODUCE. .* .
S' .7 't. hat means her Everglades must be farmed. Then, as in Doade county, fatoriwl fof1 .
These will bring pay-rolls, and a YEAR-ROUND TOWN. ': .
%:.... But the Everglades must have reclamation funds. Hence the Broward Drainage Distriett iust
| 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 Copnty. one little mill on the'doliar, 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 beez carrying the Coast? .

S* .D you know Broward's Everglades have paid in $700,000 .or $800,000,' most of which has
S helped build the Coast, rather than the Everglades? -
Do you know that, for 15.years, most pf 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 Evergldes .buyers, it
:'. -hurts you still worse? -,.
If you.warrtto do justice to Evergladers and yourself at-the. same time, VOTE' 'Y.;S'.on
-.this referendum. ..
-.:"- ". Some have said, "We won't vote any mor ri-neyf t'the old,Board,"

But do you know that these men are,all out? .
t",. You ask, "Who will follow them?"' I answer. "Let the Everglades owners iame their 'own' i
board, by petition; and then let us all petition the Governor to appoint therf. If, later, the'"Ever- -
Sgladers want these nim'eremoved, let the Governor itemnbve them." That's POPTjLAfR j ERN- i
'i\. 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,
i. -. 209 S. W.-Sixth Ave:, City.

S W,. right Printery .
W. Broward Blvd. at 12th Ave. .

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1 VOTE "YES" ....
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ON THE

I Broward Drainage District Referendum
" "* ..
SThis referendum ought to carry, BIG, It's the ONE THING that will help the Back Country.
And the Back Country will theft help the town.
SLauderdale needs the Glades worse than the Glades need Lauderdale. Lauderdale can't live
:on'tourists. .SHi MUST PRODUCE. .. .. .;.
S That means her EvTrgIare mnlist e-ar med. The; asi' i e Countya iktias'il6i .....
These will bring pay-rolls, and a YEAR-ROUND TOWN.' ''
i, 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-buyets insist on.
This won't cost Lauderdale one cent. It will cost Broward County one little mill on the dollar, about
S.- $7,000 or $8,000 per year. .
_- r fN
Bult 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 Laudetdale, and make it a city.
Do you know how the Everglades have been carrying the Coast?
D'o 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?
S. Do you want to keep this up? Do yoitknow that, badly as it hurts the Everglades. buyers, it
hurts, you still worse?
-" .If you, wapt todo justice to Evergladers and yourself at the'same time, VOTE '"Y E 1.S" onr
Sthis- referridum. '. .
Some have said, "We won't'vote any. more money to the old Board." .
SBut do you know that these mefi 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- .
S 1..ENT, 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,
S39 S.,W. Sixth Ave., City. ..

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

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VOTE "YES" ...

ON THE '

Broward Drainage District. Referendum

SThis referendum ought to carry, BIG. It's the ONE THIN.G that will'help the Back Country.
Anid the Back Country will then help the town. .*
Lauderdale needs the Glades ors thn the Glade need Lauderdale. Lauderdal live
on tourists. MUST 054PRWB t.r ': {@ J Ty. '..


SThese will bring pay-rolls, and La YEAR-RQUND TOW .- .
But the Everglades must have recamanition funds. 'Hence the Broward Drainage Djstrict must-
sell its bonds. . '
...I:: .

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. .
r But the new taxes and new business this will bring will turn this littlefutgo into aBIG INCOME.
S" Further, it will help put a foundation under Laudeidale, anrd Lnak4t a city. '
.Do you know haoW the'Everglades $ave been carrying the Coast?: .
Do you know Broward's Everglades have paid in $700,000 or $800,000; most of whi ch hasw :
": 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 1 u rr'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 ers it
i-' hurts you still worse? ... ,
If you want to do justice to Evergladers and 'yourself at the same, time, VOTE "y E S' .qon,

*' :; Some shave said, a'Wewor't vote any more money to the-old Board." .;.
S. But do you know that these menare all out?. -.
SYou ask, "Who will follow them?" I answer, 'tLet the Everglades'' owners -name heair own: .
'..: :board, by petition; and then let us all petition the Governor to appoirn them. If, later, tl e" Ever- -i
gladers want th"4 men removed, let the Governor remove them." That's EQORULAR GOVERN-r
MENT, and it's the solution of this problem. .
!:T D n' VOTE "YES." And then help the Evergladers get their own kind of a Board.
THOMAS E. WILL,
S209 S W Sixth Ave. City .

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VOT YES"

ON THEIR

Bro'wa rd D~rainage "Disrc RfenUm

This referendumn ought to. carry, BIG}. It s the ONOE THING that will hel Ip .the Back Coun -ry-
And the, Ba'ck Country will then hel the on

Lauderdale needs the Glades worse than the; Glades need, Lauderdale. Lauderdale cn'tli
'on toulrists.: SHE MUST.,RODUCE
met ians her Everglades must be farmed Then, 'as in Dade--County,: factorie willn lE
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 m ust first have, m ore people and or e v alues in it. h s t e b n u e s i ss n
This won't cost Lauderdale one cent. -It will cost Brow~ard County one little mill on the dollars about,
$7, 000 or $8, 000 p*r
But the new taxes and new business this will bring will turn this little outgo into a BIG. INC-OME.,
Further, it will help put a foundation under Lauderdale, and make it a ci ty.,
Do you know how the.Everglades have been carrying the Coast?
I) o Boyou kn ow board's. Evergylades have paid in $700,000 or $800,000, most of Which hps
helped build. the Coast, rather than the Everglades?,
Doyou know that, for 15 years, most of th 2000 odEverglides buyers, hav -bee'n barred.
ou rmtheir own properties. kept from voting,'and taxed without ersnain

Do ouwan t kep hi up D yu kowtht, adly as. it- hurts the Everglades buys it
hurts-you still worse,?
Ifyuwant to dd jstic to Everaders and, yourself at the samej tie, VOTE S o
is r6ferendurn
So0n e have said, 'We won't vote any more m oney to t116 old Board.
But do you know that these men are all out?
You ask, "Who Will follevbthiem?",, I answer, "Let the Everglades ;owners -name their own
board, by petition; and then let us all petition the Govero oapitte.Iltr h vr
gladersa want these men re moved, let the Governor reM.,ove th em." That's ,POPULAR:, GOVERN",
MENT, and it's the solution of this problem..
VOTE "YE S." And then help the Everglaalers, get their own kind oqf a Board.

THOMAS. E. WILL,
2098S. W. Sixth Yv. iy

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B']roward Drain'g ".Distjr.1icti teernu

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And the Back Country will then help, the town.
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4 o~n, t6.iiri sts. SHE 'MUST PRODUCE uA C s
"That means h~er Everglades must be farmed i Tahn, 'ag'lin Dade Cbunty7, fictoie Tol folin
These will' brifig payrls and 'a YEAR-ROUND TOWNq.`
But the Everglades imust have reclamnation fnds Hen th Boward Drang ititms
sell its bonds.
'But it. must fir9t -have more people' and m ore 'values iin "it. This the" b6nd-buyers insist on.
This wdn't c~ost Laderdal o'ic t ItWill cst BrowadC>nyoeltl ilo h olr bu
$7000 or $8,000 per year.
B tt enew 'taxes ,and n ew bu nss this will bin w ill-turn tisi litt# o t oi t I N O E
Further, it will help put 0 ':ndtinunder Lauder demandd meIt apcfy
DQ. yourko ho the EVerglades have' bee arynthe Coast?

Doyu'know Boad Everglde, have paid in $700 000 or $800,000 mofti6 of whichha
helped build'the Coast, rather that the' Everalades'?
Do- you knipw that, for 15 years, most 6f the 20, 00.0 old: Everglades buyers: 'havqe been bar~re d
out from their own properties. kept from voting, an txed, without repeetain
Do yu wnt to keep ths op? Dor You knq th aly as :ithurtsteEvrlde ueri
hurts you still ?orse
Ifyou w,4nt -to, os tce qo verg;a.de,5 and yo uself at th same time, OE"E8o
Som hvesad,"W wo'tvoe nymoe moeyto.te l Boad.
But d6 you know that. these men a-ealot
You ask- vWho wijll follow hei? Ianwr, "LetA!1 th Evridsonrbnm hi w
, boardb petition; anid then let us all Petition the G ro oapitte.Ilter h vr
gladers want these men remed le h overnor remove them. ThtsPPUA GOEN
MENT, and- it's; the solution- of this.-problem.
YOTE kY A n %! hn 1ep the Evergladers get their own kind PfaBad
TH OMAS E. WitL
iCity.

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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 LaudI-dale. 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
f-' *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.
r" 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 B.G INCOME,
;I. Further, it will help put a foundation under Lauderdale, and niake 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" oh"
i :.;, :'this referendum. .
.: Some have said, "We'won't vote any more money to the old Board." -
But do you know that'these nmn ate 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-
SMENT, 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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