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> IntJ1 In the f tike of the severo et rbbuke ke administorod < tmlnlltor to JIearlts political politicalambition P9JaU al altmb
tmb ambition tlo tike Wb q t in 1tlt tab election l tt n Rstd l 141pt it Tusday ru daY Iuot all of th the Dornocrado olatl olatltlCkl
1 M tlCkl t awas elected to 1 bt < > > 1Jf ifo > abh tJ llUral pluralfUe i t1 with WI tl1t the exception XC p l n 9f Hearst Hearsthwo elti
hwo h wow was w 4e defeated e ted by b ° 1 a hepvyrvote h efcvjr r Vote vot there arc ar many m anyt thousands Qu ds of pf thoughtfulAtrierl thoughtful th9U
1 Atrierl nietldaunoklnl 3 ns now r i asking 14 thernslve them emeltftlthe lye + a these leqtJ questions questionswill ttonl 1
I e eatof
< Wh atof a of Hurst lW po1ttIc Jlt ca llr y In the futur futuroV futuroVV 1t 1tWbt
V Wbt t will 1ltl s d do nloW nowfi i ii
i i Wat t bat ftl tigiuce rt will Ulh he cut utll1tb in the politics po olnICJIoflhe itics of o f the nation n nation tyro o years e earrs r hence en e r rf rI
4 f I J it the h1br subject t of fthe these e speculations inoculations Ji qul tl J1 was w any oneexcept one e except cep Hearst II rst t the tleI theqeustioncould e
f qeustioncould qet1 tloncojJJd tiancould be answeteji an wor dyerr Very easily ea sly by 1 spying I frlng I
ti v 1 J lt e 1 Is a dead cock co t In the thepOlitical e P mical pit pitV pttt ptttt
t l V vMthis But t f answer 1rt rWIU Wiirnbtdpiyhen will not 1otdp dp wh wken n Wll W It H Hearst rst or prra rather bertWUlt WilliamRan WilliamRantiolph Wh lianl nl Rani l
I > df it Uolpheatlt tiolph ftearst as fa lI atylyllttni styles WniBelf 1fwh when n running unnlngfor for office Q1n is coteideiedV coteideiedVForpoIWcal csidereaFo ht re L
h + ForpoIWcal Fo political resilience Hearst art is TfcBPURB T THE JE PURE PARA PARATor PA f
K Tor l9t COMING COIIJ1ifJDA BACK Hiij JlAllp iARDafter il aft6r ft r a t severe throwdpwn Hearst Hearst makes a aubberf
11 I n 1 > r rubber ubberf bberbatllooklIk ball Ic look ik like a doorknob doorknobW a
I W or any other man Irt this Ut Country o nry today tod yor or for any nYmanYho man who has been beenon beenon eel eelohtb
on ohtb the political OlItlC l stage t1l iuHng durinthe duftnCitheput the past half hatrcent century try a rebuke buk like Uk that adtoln adtolnIsterfedlto a adhlniitereQto tntln tntlni
r i Isterfedlto I ter d to Hearst at tibopoul the polls this week would be bea a flntsherbut finisher but for f f Hearst it itmay
I f j may matbQ heiQmethIngentirely bosgmetbtug Q me h Ing entirely ntl lt different d diftor tIl er e4t t for tQrn no b one one can tell t ll about about4ears obQU carat a1JJI M ni o
When Hercules ereuel was accomplishing accompl1shing ccomplIl lng his blltwelve twelve labors he met on his h I s sl
l t + n travel traveyrone one Qn day the giantAntaeus who challenged him to t01rest1 wrestle Hercules Herculeshad
t aT had 4 > Utle tt1 difficulty dlmeu1tJnthrowlnl in throwing him hlmbut but Antaeus A 1t us who wh was the son of Earth Earthf
J f < f I tneWstrer ne strength tteq th eachttheeh each Mc time he hectt1Je came came In contact with his I jnotaer Imo o eJ er and a drQI roses r
< l upready u read for QI th U4a t gontMt ont with w chances aqr for f r success success increasing Inele llnt JWnfllngUMt nd s g jl t
> o rij he 1 eontbV6t boui t f 1t conper c con terlll ur him W b throwing tht01ilnghVm him Hercules Hef ules held hl him htihu W a in the t theW theWovr bo l ff ffi
i j ovr qv rhi his head a sid dbef d being beldgrePrlve gr deprlved d of oflh Ibd thesupport support of his tlsrl1 mother th r the giant giantwas gitUltj
j war was wuU s4sily Overcome OvercomeHearst ° overcomer v me I Ii
i r Hearst Br It seems mtQ to gain increased In reaed strength from each defeat and as he hegets helet heV
> V gets his hl 1 power W r to wale his hi contest FROM THE MONEY WHICfl ills IS
NEWSPAPERS NEWSPAPERSMAKE MAKE FOR HIM this thl power Increases n reases each elchtlme time he hepulls hepullsoff pulls pullsoff uU uUotfon
f off otfon one of these th lec contests contestsHe nteltliBeha
He Beha has what Whatmlhtb might be termed a SELFAUGMENTING SE AUGMENTINGeampalgn campaign fund
Hemay B Hp m irnay y spend hundreds dredi of fthoulJndloftollar thousands of dollars in a campaign 4fmft fopttho foii tho thonomination
nomination n lnaUblf for f president he h may maYlpendmanythou spend many thousands andl try tryingato ry Ingcto ngf be beelected iuele beT
T elected ele ttd mayor tnayorof of ofOreat Greater New York ork and nd soine hundreds of thousands mpre
In organizing rpnIII tperfeetlnr perfecting and andearrylng carrying out plans plausfor for othercampaigns other caD1palgn ns and andeach tinseach nd nde
each e ch time he h goes through thrb ghQne1 onef these campaigns and pours but butthfl this nione nionenecessary honey > yJ yJneceliiryto <
necessary neceliiryto to prosecute pJC cute them HE HECOMES OOMESBACK COMES BACK RICHER THAN BEFORE
His BI newspapers ne piper make more money on YQut out of the campaigns than hespends he hespends heIpendl
< spends The Increased Incr aledl8les sales of qthlvarl his ° various unew newspapers papers and the consequent
J > increase IncreueQf of advertising dvertl lng patronage commanded by them MORE THAN
MAKE UP THE COST OF HIS CAMPAIGNS
As A certain as he goes I jillt into a campaign 1p lg so 80certatn18 certain is ItthatQU It that alt theot the theothen other othernewspajpers e
it newspapers newlP rl line up against gatnst111th him 1 They do o this thl not so much from lr principle
V k y but because b uelt11 it is a matter of r business u ln foresight foreslghtforthemto for them to keep down as asranch asmaci
> ranch as possible lt le the eve ever Increaslngtide bi reall g tf tk f o of Hearsts earst newspaper new ape prosperity
Ii 1 Thus It t nappepii I p J ith that thatederybody te everybody rybod1 his friends trl nd as as welt as a his ls enemies buys
Hearsts Hear t newspapers newlpa radurll during r Hearsts campaigns can1pal the former form r to see I eh how w he ler e
Is flaying ft Y1i the enemy and the tbelltter latter to see see i what particular line of attack he
has opened up as each new t ewdaydawnl day dawns For Hearst Hearstcantbid can can find a sensation to
spring IprlDCuoften as often as there th re are days in which to toftprlngtbem spring them
So as Aataeus AB eUlpined gained alned hew i1 w strength from each fall he te received r ceivedatthe at the
lads of His I1 unconquerable foe fooHeaiBt Hearst GAINS ADDITIONAL SINEWS OF
WAR WARIROK FROM BACH EACHCONTEBT CONTEST HE HEWAGES WAGES I IAil
j As Antaess Antae was overcome OY roome by being Separated from the source of his
strength Itrenatbio so so Hearst can canbe be beellmlnatedaI8 eliminated as a political factor when the t e circula ¬
t tion < of his h1Inewlpaper newspapers begins be < < tn to wane wane
I do not look for the shelving of QfHcarstat Hearst at any anyd day y likely lIkelytodawnsoon to dawn soon
j It is certain that thataeveralyearamuat several years must pass before he joins th the ranks of polite polit ¬
kcal featbeen bu beeJlla4orned beena adorned by so many names that once Qncewere were were potent to o klndlo
Ute fires s of political P 1IUcal enthusiasm enthulla m
I UUnk It unfortunate that Hearst should not have been elected Governor
of New York YorkHe Y YorkHe rk rkBe
He has promised so much for the people and andhebas he has REALLY DONE
SO 8011ANY MANY THINGS that he holenUt1 Is entitled enUtl d to a place where he could have the
power to carry out his hi ideas if he was sincere and to demonstrate for all
time Umeblilaalacerlty his isslBcerlty if he is Ia a demagogue
ViV ViVU U He has not been proven to be bea a demagogue demag gue although he often oftentalks I talks like
oneJtMt one JtMt as we are about to make up our minds to put him hlmln In this class he
does d sose bold original forcible torclblepr practical ctlcal thing like IU e the bringing of the
4 Coal C a1 Trout Trutto to time Umeor or the securing of the 80cent 80 cent gas gas rate or the over
reacting of the Sugar TrustThis Trust TrustThis TrultTl111
This view must present itself to anyone who will wlUtblnk think about Hearst Helr t
calmly eilml1ventbouh even though he h may have a personal distaste for the man m n and andf for r
what the th name na e has come to signify
Those who know Hearst have no nod doubt ubt of his sincerity even though they
may not 1I0tapprovepf t of his garrlsh
approve vainglorious valnglorlPQlanUcalJi antics In Journalism and an I In
Utlcl UtlclI
politics p politicsI
h I know Hearst not In a personaUsenso personal senso because while I Ihave have a a personal
acquaintance acqualn nce with wltbhlmlt him It is very slight I know him in a dlflerontHny different way I
know hip because I studied him for year while
a year doing newspaper work i ix In n
x New Folk I studied him blmbecaus because 1 I was was there to study newspaner ti wepan rm making ktrAR
and andHeant Hearst was then as alhe he is now add andwill a1 d will be e for some years years THE DOMI ¬
U NANT FACTOR CTR IN INNilWS NEWSPAPER APERCQOLta CIRCLES IN NEW YORK
I wanted to learn about this man man who wbollvaded Invaded the greatest newspaper r
g center on onthllcontlnent this continent and andlnten In ten years took the lead In lull it
< I made diligent inquiry Inqulryamonctb among the newspaper ne spaper men mellotN of New w York or1cthgs orl thpse e
> < who worked WortedforHearlt for Hearst t those Qle who Worked for rival newspapers those
+ ° liked him inlthOl those who whofl disliked disliked Jlked him those who praised hlmandthol him and those whp who o
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J damned dam n jilm timwith lmWltbthequeluon with the question everon ever pn on my tongue ClWh What at is he tellme tell nie ail a1 i
f you know klJowabout about him1 him And although alto ugh there were ere vague stories of what Henry
a tU Watterson calls caUIthelhame the shame W gbtbe > the tb Newport Ni rt Bet et1I I FOUND NO MAN In thar that t y t
k r year of Inquiry who could say THAT THArHIJARST HEARST WAS CttllLTY IUILTYOF OF SAN ANY Y
ry PARTICULAR BREACH of the moral business or social code and CITE A
FACT TO PROVE IT ITI
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t 1 x I concluded then and I have since bad
i no noreuon reason to tocbango change my IDYopnton opinion j
that that1carlt Hearst must be pretty tty straight ItraI t In I all 11 of these thelethlnlbecau things because enJiehad If ehad d
t t W R V not been n SOMDBOPY SOJOBO Y Would Hare bilhin b n in position PMIUonat at SOME OME1IJuJ41rnC TIME dur durk durthose durln
atg
k those thOHtenyean ten years TO CALL CALLTUE T THE E TURN on CnSOMElhady SOME shady transaction fn IInbi rnbult busf ie t
fJ1CII ness IB
I fler or morals moralsLincoln moralsLincoln
Ir r 1 1LtnC91n Lincoln t Steffens Sterrenldeacrlbel describes Hearst H eant as a a man of mystery Yt Greelman cr In t
1 8 lmnt n L
IIB magailae maiull1eketch a sketch pronounced him a supreme lupremeecoUltOther egotist Other writers
1 J lure e i laid that he Is s
a
moneyladen nonenlty who has
sense
biiy J the bestquality of brains br n only enoufch onou h 1 1f u uf5 to toi toJ t o
i f5 f HEARST IB MORE THAN TIIANANY ANY OF THB8Khe is alabout about the thooJ only big hieo bl g
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t 1k k feUnixllCeOr f my 1 cquaintaricooritaowl co Ow OwHe w WUUUER WUUUERHe DOER DOERHe
He wears the bellbottomed frock coat of the e Parisian boulevards boulevardseyerTe wheByer whe wheeyerhocoe
eyerTe eyerhocoe Byer he goes abroad but butler h hetg4cklee tftcklej ck1e toe g 0rceJ Q C THATREY T IUDY ON THE Poo PooANP POOAtilT P00AND
AND AtilT TOT TfXBf T PNFORTUNAfTSl jy P FOR V VNAWm V r renergy with JU1 a vigor l an JntelHgence JJlt lnlence and a tlrele tlreleJerll tire
energy that gnatdoe dpes not n9tUfiJU usually tJYlq gQ Wtit OTTJ t 1J9JC1 rwt onusers n trgttsreand w and nd tontalled long tailed coi coa coae wi wiHe
He e wears wearlanQuWmobU wearsan an automobile and an i 9 ops ra aJ a I1 at bat battroublesr buthefcnPws 11 h ha know WI5 s all a1 1 about t ttroubles th thtroublef
troubles and struggles of OfltbQl those who tjnafc WOt worldith with lth their hands AND l lALWAYS a H HALWAYSlBEE
SW ALWAYS ALWAYSlBEE BEkIN WOT WILLINGAIIOUS WILLING PIOW OVfJ ANPiAioJ AND l lrrOlHELP ABI4 I TO rrOlHELP HELP THEMr THEM THEMHevtrles THEMnet
Hevtrles net d foget wg got t bigger Jgge1iJ lumps p of tJ iceforOhei Ice fg furTc rJ dwellers J11f Uerln in tenements wit witas v1as
as rt8 r m much cbze > t zeal ze Tand tend andp persistence slstenee aq a b Jo usess e fJiEJ1 hat kocke ocklS on the door doorthe doorthe doorthe
the Supreme S i uprome pr tI1e Court Coiirtof Q1 rtQf of the United 1J lte S att Istes tes wftlbi F t tb an appeal a aippeelto l to correct the theSfes Trevils Tr TreV
eV evils I Sfes age f M h J has done aohep1any many great Ife things thtngstJndl and l to the ffi doer lger of great things thingsshould Vi Vis rrshould
should s should QuldPot notJook ook with Wlt too cciti critical flt1 al an ey6 ey In I l pawlhi niaaine J > b in n review th the am amr sm smt s sthlgs
r thlgs thlgstdoeswill t u pf1e SeaVpt f tdoeswill will tfi continue 9 th1ue to bq b EvBIG i nI BIq fA AC ACJCPR Ot OR R < fOklTICS 9i zITlcs ITIC S as long as hi hiis h hfs he
is e THD HE EDPJfm DQMjlNANTriFACT0Bt nQMINANTb Nrr AOrQIt 4 iN N 4QTJBN4 TOuRNBltix S 14tt tt hfa f8 country countryI ou try tryI
I think ll k lie G would u1 have been en eIgct eiqcted elq t II Giqverflpr qver 9r jj PIN ptNew tiN V York Y rk It ho had noj nojallowedhimseU n naIJow nallowed
allowedhimseU aIJow allowed dh htmselt m e1f t to stack Jlta k Hughes H he1 so bitterly I terJf auaperonally a13dpef an peronially 0 a11Y He should havj havjconfined hay haycont1n hayconflnQd
confined cont1n d himself to attacking those who were er behind Hughes ugheB His cuo wjl wjlto Vi Vitoh y yto
to toh have vep praised alseJhhJ his opponent as a good manwhom Vthe the th evil powers th thidominate thdoml thdominate
dominate doml 1at the Republican IJep bUcan party were w reuslpg using a au an l anchor cast to windward windwardkeeP windwardkeePPihemoff I Ikeepifehemoff
4 keepifehemoff keeP o so s Bhoy h v J Mtjt m t V f f1Aster > 1Aster
After r all uffHO Hearst lj was the h strongest t riggk manthat JJf tii the Ittt tNew New York Democrat Democrathavefound Democrahave Domocrahaveound
havefound have ound to bear b fr their ppJltlcattandard ppjltical standard S IJ since QO o DaveHill pave I > v Hlll carried the Sta Statten Stat Staten
ten t ny yjars yQas ltl ago agqlo for he polled poll dmore more yotes than anyother any nfoth other r Democrat who ha haLr h
J1n 1r Lr µ 11 ol dPCt5 lti > aCes AUvll tRt time lw hn > n j i < ar fr4 r4t i 44t i if r Ie v vV aer aerfl 01 01t
V V
P > fl V < < t im Arairagc ige WillG ddl Cro 1 f fTo
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To the people of Florida i who 1 b wllf wh iOrive derive rlve great gr tg good dand and increased pro properlty properltyfroD proparity
parity perltyfroD from thesticcessful the successful carrying out of ofth the project of draining the Eve Evergiaies Eveh Eveglaoes
giaies h ti Heslre i destreto to t < < parr ay ayTha That That iti they i teedd li eed e not no notdespalr despair de pf btthe the attainment of thl thlhnh thlt thibenefit
benMtTHEi ben benefit benefitT ft L t 1 > t > > i I t tTfE
T THEi TfE ii VERGiiAPES 1 WILLW WILLfIJPJDIWNED DRAINED DRAINEDb i itl
tl tt t > wl I b be done tie bytS by t t tb fel nt tl 3 aard d oT 31 rind nd their successor successoro
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1 T ftepreisent e Ip presentboard ent tpoard bad wil iJ i ll carry cars a fr on n this Nark WQ k > because > ecause they are convincethaf convince convlnciKat convincei
thaf iKat i t at It is IsthEIr4lJtY their dutyto duly tQ do so sOand Jarid and because ecau e they tJ ey ar are certain that great go gowill g gwn1colI gwill
will wn1colI will come come of ofU it t t 46 the people op e of 9ft fie t o StateTheir State Stater
Their r elrslcces successor pr s ln bf6o ft cci 1Vllf vill r carry c rr on OJltbt this work because ecause the people peopleFlorldpi peopleFlorida i iFlorida
Florida can can be relied d upon upont to elect l good feoodmento Ilen men l to oQm office officeiANO oMeeiAND CO
1111 iANO t1Ar U NQF Nq Q1TmI FIVE VEMSN > > ImNWHQ N TOPCAN CAN J toALl UALIFt U Y FOR A A3AQHf4NTHJ SUCOESBFU SUCOESBFUJ1ACE SUCCESSFURAGh3
< 3AQHf4NTHJ J1ACE IN NTIE TIlk7 iPnJ PRJkIARIESvOANTUDrTHIS PRIHIESTCAIJ ARU S OAN STUDY TQDY THIS QUESTION QU TIOlf AND ARR ARRFAT ARRAT ARRA1
AT A CONCLUSION DIFFERENT T ROM PROM THE VIEW V1 WHELD HELD BY BYPRESENTSOARD TH THPRESENfPBOARD THPRESDNP
PRESENTSOARD PRESENTSOARDN PRESDNP BOARD BOARDaQt
N aQt i flve v emen men who W4 < fwlB will look l lab Ol in into b this question1 question1can CM can do otherwise thaj tha thaPf thapro
pro proBecu Pf JI ecu eau J + thls S Work W O rl µ JJe becaijBo bec a u o thex tit i Ihr Hj tiurn turn tU will fI ll bee become om e as much enthuse enthuselth enthuselyit
lyit Jt1 lth its 1tarJ importance 1poJtanc lets p a 8 great gte ctjtqi1 t State tat Pt W r ork > rk as they th y are re bound to be ipressed In InMedwith I Ipres
pres pressed Medwith ed ith their thelr1lIgatl oDlIgatlonas h 1 Jiubllb B bll blib servants dcrvl rv f t to to topr prosecute ectJte it itTherefore ItTher itTherefore
Therefore Ther fore the Everglades Everglt des will wl11b bedrained be drall drained ecrtthd ahd the WORK WILL NO NOSTOP NOSTO NOSTOP
STOP STOPThe The e people own twopowerfu two powerful dredges 11e g fJ There TheroIs is sufficient money In th thtrust thtr1st thtrpst
trust fund fu dnQwto now now to operate these t1 the e two t vo dr dr0dge dg i tot f aphtcftime oiri time The trustee trusteeARP trusteel trusteeARp
ARP l CLOTHED WITH FULLPOWER FULL POWDI to tosellanyandall 0slt sell any Yi Hndf ldra110r all of the lands no wremaining norem noremaining
remaining rem 1nlpg intheir In their hands FOR TH1 TH Ht11 PtJRPOSBrOfr DRAINAGE ANRECLAMATION AN AN1RECLAMATION ANREC
RECLAMATION RECLAMATIONThere REC AMATION AMATIONJ1ere
There have hl1vefbe ben n applications apPUc UoJumad made contlnuoilBly contln oU81 r for State lands he hetby heby helby
by the t Q t trustee u e9S With the exception x ptlonof of 59000 5 OOO acres er s 44 44000 > 000 ACRES 0WHICH 0 0WIIICII 0WflICa
WIIICII ARE E IN THE GULF GULOF OE G MEXICO sold to t Joe Jennings at 412 412cents 412centsan 412centsS
cents centsan an acre the tb trustees HAVE HA VJ MADE NO N I SAI SALESslnce SAtES S J Sincethe ce the adoptionthe adoption adoptionthe
the drainage dr lnageact act and the constitutional c nstltutl na amendment amen rlel tj Which W1 lcJ has been defenteI detente
I 1 Isnoy h say that th the trustees have sold s 1d no lands lands Occasionally they havj hay hayma4e haymade
made deeds eelsto to a twoacre tractora tract or a1 th threeacre ee acr tract Pf t a tonacre ton acre tract rsomebodys cl clsomebodys r
somebodys SOiplebOf1y previous prevlouaselecUon selection scattered around a ound In different parts of tnj th thh thhigh
high h gb lands of otthe theState StnteBUT BUT NO SALES OFEiARGE OF ARGE BODIES HAVE HAVEMADE DEED DEEDMADE BEEIMAD
MADE MAD MADEThe > r rTbo
The reason > no iosales Q sales fJJl s have been made wu that the trustees were tryinto tryjj trylno
to o avoid a old selling elItngtb these i lands at the price that could couldbe be obtained for OVEFhOW11D OVE OVElFLOWEfl OVEnWJDp
FLOWEfl LAND While the constitutional cQn tltuUonal amendment amendmentWI was pending beans becaueiif beeausif
if the amendment had bt badbeenratifed been b enratlfted ratified itwould Uwouldnot not haverbeen necessary to se seany sel selany seany
any more State S at lands to raise money to to drainthe dfaln the theEvergladesuntllleelnlme theEvergladesuntllleelnlmeland Everglades until reclaimlandcould reclaim reclatmeland
landcould land could be beoftered beofteredrrU offered offeredThe
The trustees after a 0 careful study of thl this question que tlon conceived the thethat Ids Idethat Idsthat
that Jt it would vou1db be ll best tfor for the people of this State if all the lands which wer wento wert werto
to t be benefited b lieftte by drainage dr lnagelhould should bear the burden The people p ople have no noBuafalned n nsu nsustained
sustained su tal ed the trUstees in this view By their thelrvot votes l rejecting this amen amenflment amenment amennient
ment they t4 y have declared decl red that IT IS THEIR DESIRE THAT THE EVE EVBKGLADEQ EVEGLAPESSHAL EVEGLADES
GLADES GLAPESSHAL SHALt BE DRAINED AND THEPEOPLH rHE PEOPLE SHALL BEAR THfl THflWPOLE TIIWJOLD TBWOLE
WPOLE COST CO COSTThat T r l
That Was a the he question t that was decided last last j Tuesday rru Tue day and now tij th thE thEverglades
Everglades E will be e drained and a d the people will Olb bear ar the th thole Mole hQle cost buns becawthe becausth
the th peoples poplellandwlI1 land wvfllbesold will besold be soli at the th best prices prlc that th t can can be 1 1f obtained for Itt Ittprocure It t Iproou tproou
procure proou e money mOD Y to pay thecQlt the coat pf t drainage
NiNta f e people peopleJ1avflven have tt given the rallrQad add QtbetcOfJorattonB other ° the corporations ation8 THIRT THIRBy THIRTNINEFOJ1TIEJIHSof THIRTNINE m mNiNta
NINEFOJ1TIEJIHSof NINE FORTIE H HS of f their ar lands r t
By r reJ relaicting ectitig this thlsamendmcnt amendment they have hav v now now declared their purpose purposetake t tmke ttake
take the thewateroft water ° off of f them themTHE3Y themTHEYH
THE3Y THEYH HAVE VE GIVEN THE C CORPORATIONS TEflkEARTH E EARTH
T THEY f1E HEY HAVE H VE NOW DECIDED TO PUT F U1 T A fe FENOEAROUND FENCE AROUND IT ITi
i i 111 n the th meantime meantl e the peoples dredge dre r is tlatp at work k and a the t e other otherbel fired dredgbelon8lng
belonging bel ° SSn t to the people will wllllOOn soon bib bbat at work
The first canal C na1 J Is being cut t and ndthe the TitoestlntPn rrltn Un n Van VanDuzer Duzer V P Ken Kenand
< and other o her plpeidreamers pipe dreamers n o o5hffit3EiiaifV 0thelEt
to the tb Contrary jiotwithitandinr J1Otltb l dtDl the operations
5hffit3EiiaifV those tRO todr dt ealgeawlll d e wlU < wlS within WltJ lt t twelve welv vP inbnthsAVeclaittV m ntbl l lnilOOO 82000 acres of ofwhich Ian Ianwhich l
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