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Prices for Coming Season Prom Promise Promlisp PromiS ¬
lisp > iS Most Flattering Returns ReturnsIMPROVED ReturnsIMPHOVfD ReturnsIMPROVED
Depression of Last Year Had Benefits in inOrgnniiition inOrgnllizatiollof inOrganization
Orgnniiition of Growers GrowersNo No County CountyMore Counlyi
i More Promising Than St LucieOne Lucie LucicOne LucieOne
One of the strange strRn e traits of mankind mankindis
is b ghe 11l case n e which they are influenced influencedin
in any given direction and as an illus illustration iIIUHtrlltitlII illustration ¬
tration of this fact we recall the thedepths thedel1lhs the1elis
depths of despondency dm Jlondcllcy which overhang overhangthe ovelJlII1 ovelJlII1tho
the piniapksection pineaple illlapll Rectlonon section on account of the thenxtreme thef1xtrclI1C thenxtrcule
nxtreme low prices that prevailed last lastseason Ilistsea lastseason
seasonthat season seasonThat sea lOIl lOIl1hllt
That these conditions were were extremely extremelydisagriable extremelrdiIn extremelylisagretuble
disagriable diIn Ilable and caused a good many of ofI ofour ofour
I our growers to put Jut on their thinking thinkingcups thinkln thinklnCIIJlH thinkingcaps
cups and dosome do Rome figuring fi urlng that they theyi theyhulnl theyhad
i hail hulnl neglected lectecJ to todobefole do before there is no nodoubting nodouhtin nodoubting
doubting but that the failure to realize realizea realizeaprofitII
aprofitII a profit on the business should cause a ageneral atnernl ageneral
general tnernl IICineraliZatiollOftheenter demoralization of ofth the enterprise enterprisens rise riseas
as some seem to believe believe would have havebeen haveheln save savebeen
been to under estimate the spirit of ouf ouPpeople oufpeople ou oupeollh
people who have developed one of the themost the1I10 thelilost
most 1I10 t intensive jutliis ve systems of production productionand IIoductionIInil
and built and maintained a class of ofhonics ofhori ofhniin
honics hori lo air no whom else to he found in the thestate thoHtah thestate
state of Florida lmlda out uutRldl side of the cities citiesIt I
It is an established fact that last lastseasons lastseasons
seasons seasons crop crop with but few ox exceptions oxceptionA oxceptiuns ¬ I
ceptions brought hllIu ht th thu growers rOWIWS little it itany Itlny itany
any profit irulitovr L ovortost 0VI1I cost of production but liutthere lIu butthere tl
there hmil is no other business IIIIHitll H that docs not nothtfviits liCIthlivl notRave
htfviits Rave its years YljU of depression unless if ifii IflitII ifis
ii litII Ih Standard Oil lit or or monopolies of ofthat ofthllt ofthat
that class classVn IIIIIsWI rlus1Vn
WI Vn had labored lahoredunlllJr under handicaps in invarious InvarinllR ino
various ways which in our nn more m o r pros prosporous prosporoul 1 1os r rporous
porous years we had submitted to towithout towithout tor
without attempting uU mlltin r to t correct hut butwhoa hutwhen I I
when our OlltIVClIlieR revenues were reduced wefound we weifound wefounll
found that our ourrel nu r freight ht rates were out outof outof outf
of f proportionto to those of 010111 our iir competi eonlpecitors competitors ¬
tors in Cuba this hlR matter was was taken up upand uputili uptad
and intelligently placed llIccl before h lnle the thol11ttNtato theIntwrstato thetriterstab
Intwrstato Commission in in Washington Wmdlll1gtonwith Washingtonwiih Washingtonwiti
with the result that wegotn we gotn trot ti reduction redllltlonwhlch reductionWmeh reluotionwhich
which amounts amounts to a saving if the out outipul outlUJRhoul1 outpu4
ipul lUJRhoul1 should ho tho same suet eas us last summer sunmlerfat summerofat summelat
ofat fat at least 80000 on the pineapple pineappleliron
ron alone I
things thln s were responsible for forast folastyelllsdepIeRRlon foract
act astyelllsdepIeRRlon years depression in in prices p eR chief chiefimong chieflnon chiefhmong
hmong imong lnon which was tin fact that forthl1 forthl1first for thusfirst the thefirst
first time in the history of oethe the pineapple pineapplebusiness plnenJlploIUs1ness pineappleusiness
business + on the East CoaSt the th crops cropsjf cro p pf
jf f 1 Florida and IIn Cuba came into the themarkets thelktts the thearkets
markets lktts at the same same time I and the thefurther thef thefurther
further f tlwr fact that both had the largest largestcrop IIfrgestrori largestrip
crop in the history of tho business businessThese husIDeR11Itse businessThese
These conditions were not fully under undertow undortood underho ¬
tow or r realized by b those w wormer who ho had in inornll in informor
formor ornll years yearslundled handled the output from fromthe flomhe from fromhe
the he two sections Rectlonsnnd and before before they kn IIt loony loonyt < nv nvit
it t they were loaded up with more fruit fruittban fruitbnn fruitban
ban they had ever been heencaUed called upon to toliandle tommllc toiandle
liandle during ilurhl the same period and it itis itK its
is K safe sp 1 Ie to say wltho without t casting any re reflection reectinn reecfion
flection On on any one Who Was was handling handlingthem hlHullinghem handlinghem
them hem that they were were notprepared not prepared to toako toak toake
ako ak care of Qfthe the increase inc1easethnt that hud so soihuxpictedly suoexii lOlIlxlctecllycome
ihuxpictedly lIlxlctecllycome oexii etedlycome come to t themNo themNo them themNo
No one thinks that there was any anywetproduction am amVHIIotluction anyverIa
wetproduction VHIIotluction verIa oluction but was simply a 1 caso casof
> f whoro wliernthit Y WII the handlers wereil1lUft were insufficient insufficienty insufficientr cienti cientiY j
y posted pORtcllns 4 n Ins as to what whato they were w ere going goingo n r
o have ha to tndisimse dispose of and when they theyver theyell theyere
ver ere ell given this unusual increase with withnit withlit
nit preparation for its proper dmtri ilistrintIna dmtriiiition tlisttiulill
iiition they went to pieces and got thin thinlarkets thoharkcts
harkcts so RI completely C omp leteIY jammed jII rmned that thathey thathey <
hey could not cjean cleanthmn them up UJIWhile I
While this was the conditions that thatirovJIwl thlltrl thatreviled
reviled rl iltd last season it would he an al alnosc alosr allostt
nosc osr impossible 1l1IJlo fllhle thing fol for it to to happengain happen happenigain haJ1ptl1gotill
gain even if Ifth the siame same amount amnuntof of fruit fruityas fruitiIi
yas iIi tinown I IIllvpwnnil on miLHi Urn market marlcetitt at thin thollnnw thollnnwrnt tramime tram tuimoirni +
irni rnt for 10 the dealers delorHhave have had hudafsRon hudafsRonhat a IPSROII 1Pssonhttt IPSROIIhat
hat they will witlnnt not forget and will no noirepiired l be bereparel l lIn
irepiired to meet such conditions II IIhey if ifhey I
hey should ever v Ihavothonl have them to contend contendclth contendItt
clth Itt again which is not very likely likelyr tWe I IWI
WI < r Illl 110 not I1UI know KIIOW 11 if the UIU ilinivc above reasons ICHTMI ICHTMIavo I IaVl jav0
avo been heeqadvlcd advanced as nsoneof one of tin tinaiuos tlwRUMS theawns
RUMS for fortheummtillfactorYICsultR the unsatisfactory unsatisfactoryresults results of oflast oflIst ofast
last lIst Hummers summers operations but that 11 11vtis IIM it itus
vtis M ontt on of If the main factors fll torft there i i io Is Iso
10 o doubt Possibly PO 81hly the dealers lealei s will wiltalce willako vlllnlte
ako exceptions x eptlolls t to l this view of the tlwnatter thulitter theatter
litter but it is I the tl e most mo3tcharlta mo3tcharltaIe charita charitahe
Ie construction that hat clmbl can bd p p11aced aced OIl OIlh o ohe
h he results of o f their operations perati s and Wo Wehink Wohll1k WOpink
pink the proper t orie orieTliat otielhat 1IIeThat
That conditions for or this thlssealonartl thlssealonartltprlallydifferent season ar ariatnrialy arts artsatonally
atonally tprlallydifferent different from those lre lreIllllng tire tireaIlnr re reuiling
uiling last summer s rnmerR is evidenced e vlde c I by theact the theact tlmn
n act t that t that at numerous numerous buyers ens a aKendel aKendelrmg cndeav cndeavrmg endeavring
rmg to nurchdae p utch se the h output from this thisie tlu tlucUon thisectlon
ectlon cUon Erices rleR hnveheenoffefed have been offered that Ullitjc thatare
ie very flattering ft ttcr IRbut but there is is Isever IseverellRtJ cverY cverYeat even eveneason
eat eason ul to lotnUeve believe Ith that t pineapples pin ppleN wail wailring will willring wiltrin
ring rin tf I ti figure lturQb beyond yen those lho eJoW now submit riubmitcd Kubmlted submitedl
cd edl > and andfeWQt few feWf f 0iir growers rOwefficar care < t take t take tl tlaimless +
aimless ake less than tharith thef the full market prlctJIich price pricelileti pricuhich
hich is I IR Iil lively ly toprevail ty prevail as astheseasoit astheseasoitdVIU1ceR the seasoii seasoiidytincefl seasotifvitnces
dytincefl dytinceflAt
At the coae cose os of otJasLRensori last season when wlIm the thedgerfl thld thisdgers
dgerfl d e of ihft th jfroweja growers were balancing balnncinalion balancingpon bali1nclnp
pon p lion on thevyrdng the fOnltslrte side there Ayasjiever Ayasjieveruojiadeaiife was never neveruC1ta ever everuqh
uojiadeaiife uqh uC1ta lpfes desire to tod desert r a acou country trv US USas as asaj It Itrihj
aj as expfertpnced here and if ai u fewen few fewKen
Ken rihj en wIth buHinesa busineRsfofeajght g lh lf fousight i had Jis JisJ1nwI step stepIh Step Steped
ed J1nwI Ih wiittui with a littlemW little money they cou couay coull coullavecnreil
ay avecnreil jccor t1 r 1iareair rJ jiar tr aIJlfJ ahi > 8iri in l spme some lm of > that twtrfdmeafe thatin
rfdmeafe in 1 oinest fu N reI et > st1t ltajitehoth te both Ii h f fromn fromnnA fromiiu mJ mJIII
< III nA IQr of < irlieautyVandjntrJnHic beauty u u yIaId mpiintr JI1rJn mC mCKt aiC lc lcoVl oVl valuo vt t I u ut
Kt t Ii JI > tu eyur tOr dun rl Jlllce 1 gut I t thit thitarkel n nIt
It arkel et J J d 1
tb rya k a
1 During Jr C k h rtitim t ra t s6i sbma wMt who were werer a
I r a s
J i1 y < < ft 1 t t It r J r I i iI
I J K l J
t 1 t r 1 > I IL s
L 1 li J > fii
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more timid ti nil 1 tlian t I talllhe the rest rushed off to toother toIIthI tonthr
other section of the country COUlltl but as
I the peii pendulum ltdUili has quickly swung swirg hack
ami moral conditions have lillV again asyrI as asri IIR IIRtllllIl1wlvs
yrI ri d l themselves It is safe to say
that tiins Ihml who stamped IItlll1llec under the first
1 dPUressun dlIlIlIJ liiMpasl iJll will regret their hasty IIIR y
arI at nrIOII lion and lung < > ng fol I the ho 10 rttun of the
tinu time when they can I nll resume 1 UIl1 their resi
I j Ince rlr nee in ill the land of flowers
I WI Whenr te helll of lands of promise andpl and andj IIndpl1l1t
j plenty pl1l1t pl uty in ill the various sections of the
United States Htlt titles some of our citizens
have at various times during the past
I ton years elllR pulled up and gone g011 in search
I lor of t them them only to return better satisfied satisfiedI Hatilfiedwith satisliedwith
I I with the Indian river section than tllllnevOl ever
before hot beforeOne ore oreOne
One thing our recent experience has
taught us is the fact that wr as grow growers growms growens ¬
ers must unite and stand together if we weexpect wexppct wePxpPC1
expect to get et the full benefits that be beongs
longs ongs to the pineapple business hU llnesR also it
has placed the enterprise on a more
business Illlq lleH I like basis tor 01 t as things had
been operating there were cle hundreds hundredsof
of absolutely irresponsible people en engaged elluged engaged ¬
gaged in it who were e1e operating on or orabout orabout orabout
about the same plan as 1I 1 the floating floatingvegetable floatingvCgetlible floatingvegetable
vegetable grower rowCl who buys hUiI his fortel fertelizer
izer Izer crate material and every thing thingelse thill thillelse thingelse
else connected with it on time and has hasno husno hasno
no serious interest in it tls a permanent permanentprofit pelmencntIlIofit permenentprofit
profit producing enterprise therefore thereforepay thClefolePIlY thereforepay
pay but little attention to the matter matterof mutt I Iof
of what kind ot of fruit he grows or how howhe howhe howhe
he puts it up for market lIu1Ik t for he has hasnot hsnot hasnot
not one dollar of his own money invest invested invested ¬
ed and as the records prove prove that they theyare theyare theyaree
aree are not very prompt in paying for ma mitterinl material mllterilll ¬
terial bought on time tln1 they the are now being be being hein ¬
ing in dropped out of business hU lintHs for they theycannot theycnnnot theycnnnnt
cannot get credit as they have in the thepast theI I IIIIRt
past I IIIRt tst This is going to put HIt the business businessin
in II the hands o oC the responsible r business businessman
man and grower rowl and thus eliminate eliminatethe
the growing of crops by shiftless shiftlessmethods shiftlessmethods ls lsmethods
methods which alway al way produce a poor poorgrade poorgrade
grade of fruit and has been a curse to totho tothA tothe
the trade tradeIt tradetilt
It tilt is is never nevOlsafe safe to judge a business businessby businessby s sby
by ono year C tt Tango of prices prIClS but it itmust ItmURt itmast
must bo taken for a 1 term tellnof of years and andthe anclthl andthe
the future must mU lt be deternninedbysonte deternninedbysonteinvestigation determined bysome bysomeinvestigation by ome omeinveRti
investigation inveRti ation of supply and demand demandand dO111 dotpaneeIand d dand
and whon wh wen n we we put ut this ths test to the pine pineapple pine pineapple IlI11Q ¬
apple applehulneRRof business busiuessof of the East EU lt CoaSt Coa tancl tanclpedllIytoSl and andespecially andespeeiitlly 1
especially pedllIytoSl to St Lucie County we arp arpforced III IIIferled arpbreed
forced to the conclusion that no man nlnnis manis manis
is justified in Retting his hi property here hereat herenta hereat
at nta a sacrifice in the vain hope that he is isgoing Isftolng is isgoing
going to be able to better his hiRcondltion hiRcondltionin condition conditionin l
in any of the Lands of Promise Promltlethat PromltlethatWe that thatwe thatwe
we hear so much about in other sections sectionsfor sectiOlisl sectiOlislfOl l lfor
for when they get there they will find findthe I Ithe IthellCOJlle
the thellCOJlle people there more anxious anxious to sell sell1than se11FI selltuui
than any man in In Florida FI Oll I II I I
One of the reasons r rNpasons asons the Postoffico PORtofficoDe PORtofficoDepartment De Department Department ¬
partment is II being run at a 1 loss is isUmt isUmttho that thattho thatthe
tho Government is paying the railroad railroadtoo railroadtoo
too much for the carrying of the mail mailCongress mailCongletls mailsCongress
Congress has just appropriated npproprlattII46OOJ 46000
000 to pay for the carrying of the mails mailsin mailsin
in the fiscal year vein 1911 The sum is ismore Ismnre isnlOro
more than double the amount the ex express expless express ¬
press companies pay pa pily for carrying a asimilar ail1ilal asimilar
similar amount of like hk matter matterBut matterBut mutterBut
But another and more mOI serious com complaint comcan cornplaint ¬
plaint can he justly made against n llInst the thebusiness theIlnSinCSS
business of the thePoRtollice Postofliee Department Departmentin
in n the thelelltal rental of Pqstoffice PQ ltoffice cars from fromthe from fromthe I
the railroads lmhoa ls of the county In addition addi addition ¬
tion to paying pnYIIIg the railroads so much a ai apound I Ipound
i pound for the hauling hnulin of the mails the theGovernment theGovclnmonl theGOveinnient
Government in its unexampled unexanlptedgeneros unexanlptedgenerosg generos generosity generosity ¬
ity also al lo hands nand nandfor g over 4800000each 48iOOOQeachyeal 48 0000each year yearfor
for the rental of the cars in which whichthe whichthemails the themails themailll
mails arehauled are hauled A parallel case would wouldbe wouldlIP wouldhe
be one which would require a person person tohtiv to toImv
Imv a railroad ticket to a certain point pointuiiil pointunil pointnod
uiiil then pay a fee for the privilege prrvile e of ofsitting ofittlll ofsitting
sitting ittlll in inthe the car while being transported transport ¬
ed to the destination stamped on the theticket thetiekel theticket
ticket ticketThe tiekelThe ticketthe
The most ridiculous feature featureo of theCIII the thecar thecur
car rental situation s tuuL on is yet to be told toldhowever toldIHlWOI toldhowever
however While the entire entirAcoRt cost of con construction constriwt conshiition ¬
struction striwt ion and equipment does not ex oxeeed exceed exCl ¬
ceed Cl ed 7000 each the Government pays paysnil paysit
nil it 1 annual aJlluallQntul rental on these cars of 3 I
57510 The average lifetime of If a mail mailcar midical muralcar
car is ten years For J Fora a 7000 car the theGovernment thejovell1ment thenvernulent
Government pave 35751 in nll rtnialfl rtnialflIn aIA aIAIt
In It there surprise smpri lo that the Postoffice PostofficeDepartment POHtofficeDepaltment PostofliceDepartment
Department is not selfsustaining u der dersuch derHllch dersuch
such business methods methodsPeoples methudsPeople methodsPeoples
Peoples Candidates Active ActiveZlm ctive ctiveZia I IZim
Zim is ismuklng making a strong race racea against againstFrank againstFrank Rinst RinstFrank
Frank Clarksaid Clark soul a well known political politi political PQIitIcui ¬
cal observer l11 crvCl who is stopping at one one of ofthe ofthe f fthe
the local hotels liThe The people whoknow who whoknow whoknow
know Clark 91ark well are not going goln to to sup support fiYPpl sillport ¬
they find out outabout outabout outabout
port rt him and the more
about pl Zim the better they wilMike wl11l1keftlm wl11l1keftlmHe wih like Mm filmHe MmHe
He is getting around too and yoiTwill yoiTwillHCU youwillRep you will willHO
that Mr Frank Clark is gong goingto goingtohave to tohave
HCU Rep have the greatest surpfiseof surprise e of V his W Whave life lifeThey lifeChey fe fefhe
They fhe are tiro all taking it for granted g anted that thatvpu thatypu thatyou
you cant capt beat Frank Clark hut they theyare theyarogoing h y yn
vpu are n arogoing ra going foln to b be badly fooled Zhn Zitnis Zitnisgoing is isgoing IS ISgoln
going goln to show r0111 em now watch andsee andseeBroward and andseeBraNard see see8rlhvnrd
Broward is doing some home good work tooHe too tooHe tuoHe
He isnt is t making kin any ny fu fUinbout fuss about it but butthe butthe hutthe
the old filibuster is IS hunting huntingand and dpnt dpntforget dontforget lnt lntforjtpl
forget it Hes getting ettingabolltashe ettingabolltashehever about ass as he henever henever
never did before and he is is seeing the thepeople thepeople thepeople
people people He never never w was s more popular popularand popular popularnmhe popularand
and nmhe he w making new friend fri lldR all III thewhile the thennd t twhileBroward
whileBroward while Brnwards n wonderful man manand manand
and lie hedosent dosent fall to impress his hlsper hlsperRon per perRonality pe peRonslityuponpeople
Ron Ronslityuponpeople Ronality lit upon upo people whenever jie e a athe has hasvquVffloWi as astheopport
the theopport hpportunity lty There is s some something somethingvqu htn htnvQ
vquVffloWi vQ vqu kJiow ini I being of ofsenatorint senatorial size sizelirowarcliis ize izeHoward IZ e el
lirowarcliis Howard l owatl fs it The people peophlkehlmhe peophlkehlmhee penpltllike like him hhnbe hhnbeeaiiaahc be beeaWhtf
eaWhtf e eaiiaahc ll R is IS honCst able nhlcplnmfJllc plain noel 8 sin Rlncer sinceroHoKawinner n ncertv
certv cer ceroHoKawinner Hij Heft Ii a winner dont worry worryMiami worryMlautMctropoti > ry ryAnan
MlautMctropoti Miami M MutrqpoU MutrqpoUI trppoi
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OmahaFlorida Land Company to toColonize toColonize toColonize
Colonize Immense Tract TractWEST TractWEST TractWEST
Plans Submitted at at Special Meeting of ofBoard ofBoard ofBoard
Board of Trade Will Encourage EncourageDrainage EncourageDrainage EncourageDrainage
Drainage of Prairies and Flats FlatsA flatsA flatsA
A special spf1clalmeetin meeting of the hoard boardoC boardoCtrade of oftrade oftrade
trade was held in the court house Tues Tuesday Tuesday Tuesday ¬
day evening evenin upon solicitation of mem members membels memhers ¬
hers of the OmahaFlorida Land Co Cowho CoIvho Cowho
who had been in this section for several severalweeks se veral veralIveeks veralweeks
weeks investigating their holdings and andlaying andlaying andlaying
laying plans for an immense coloniza colonization colonization colonization ¬
tion scheme which they expect to soon sooninaugurate soonInaugurate sooninaugurate
inaugurate inaugurateThis
This company is Isrepre represented lented here by
Messrs A lL B Hunt of Omaha Neb NebW NebW Nebw
W R Pedley of Bertrand Neb Ben BenI
I Tanner and A G Bauder Blluderlf if f Cedar Cedarly CedarRapids CedarRnpiIs
Rapids lowaand Iowa and havo a tlhctofnear tlhctofnearIy trlict of near nearIy
Iy 70000 acres which they propose to toohave tohave tohave
have platted plattedandlaid andlaid out into farms of often ofenaCIes often
ten enaCIes acres and tell same to farmers in inthe Inthe inthe
the far western states statesThe Htat statesThe s sThe
The meeting meetln was called to order by
Secretary Hammings Hemmin s in the absence of ofPresident ofpresidents
President Pennev e epresidents and both of the vice vicepresidents viceIlrRldents I
presidents and May Mayand Mayor R It Whyte was wasselected wasIIelected
selected selected as temporary temporary chairman chairmanMr chairman chairmanMr chairmanMrHunt
Mr MrHunt Hunt of oCthe the Omoha OmohaFlorida Florida Land Landcompany Landcompany Landcompany
company made mlldea a a statement as to what whathis whathis whathis
his company om mny proposed to do in develop ¬
ing in their holdings which extend from fromnear fromnlI fromneanPenMile
near neanPenMile TenMile creek bridge west as asfar aRfar asfar
far as Fort Drum and north to the thecounty thecountylinealtellInting thecounty
county countylinealtellInting linealternating sections only
He stated stntedthnt that they needed no noassiRt noassiRtII11Ce assist assistance assistonce ¬
ance once in their thehprojecthllt project but laimplywant laimplywanted simply wanted want wanted ¬
ed an authortive statement as to therecent the therecent therecent
recent bond issue in this county insofar insofarHS
HS the same same related to the thehard proposed proposedhard proposedhllrd
hard surfaced niadswestof road west of Eort t Pierce Pierceand Piercefind iercand
and throu through h their property on on the flats flatsThe flatsrhe flatsThe
The subject was wa discussed by various variouscitizens variouscltlzenR variouscitizens
citizens and nndup up n motion a committee committeeconsisting commlttpeconsistingof committeeconsisting
consistingof consisting of A K Wilson A AHrown 13Brown B BBrown
Brown and James E Andrews was wasappointed wasappointed wasappointed
appointed to prepare the statement Rtatcmentnsdelllld asdesired as asdesired
desired desiredMr delllldMI desiredMr
Mr Ben I Tanner addressed addressed theoardon the theBoard theBoarl
Board oardon on the thesuhject subject of discrimination discriminationin discriminationInhomeseeker
in homeseeker rates rlltesagalnst against the East
I Coast stating > that tickets can be bebought bebougllt bebought
bought from Chicago Chlc ago to Fort Myres M les for f or
6 less than to Fort Pierce Pierceover over ex cxactly exactly exI ¬
I actly the same route as far furlls as Jackson Jacksonville ¬
ville vill making it evident that the dis discrimination disclimlnatlon
crimination exists on the Florida East EastI EastCoast
I Coast railroad Mr Tannerstated Tanner stated that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the low rate to west coast points were wereattracting weroattr wereattracting
attracting attr cting hundreds of homeseekers home eekers to tothat tothat
thutsection that section who were becoming per permanent P permtment er ermanent ¬
manent settlers He also called atten attention attenlion ¬
lion to the fact that the railroads had hadBO hadso hadso
so far refused raf sedtogIve to give homeseeker homeleekel1btes homeleekel1btesat rates ratesat ritesnt
at times when desirable farmers can canleave canIeuv canleave
leave their farms giving as their ex excuse excuse cxcuse ¬
cuse cuse that it interfered with the tourist touristnites toul touristrates st
rates Mr Tanner showed show d that it was wasabsolutely WIlSabsolutely tts ttsabsolutely
absolutely absolutelyrates necessary to have the home homeseeker
seeker rates te inaugurated during dllrln Decem December December December ¬
ber January and February Upon Uponmotion Uponmotion Uponnmotion
motion a committee consisting of James JamesE
E Andrews rews Fred F Fee eeand and A D Penney Penneywas Penneywas
was appointed appolntedtotakeup to take up this mattewith matter matterwith matterwith
with the railroad officials and endeavor endeavorto
to have hnvesame same adjusted adjustedThesubject adjustedThesubjectof adjustedThe
Thesubject The subyect of drainage dlainageof of the greatcountry great greatcountry greatcountry
country west of Fort Pierce was dis discussed dlHcUHsed discussed ¬
cussed by various members of the theboard theboard theboard
board and by Messrs Tanner and andBonder andBouder andBonder
Bonder of the land company These Thesegentlemen rhesegentlemen thesegentlemen
gentlemen assured the board of their theirhearty theirheartysupJJort theirhearty
hearty heartysupJJort support of the Broward drainage drainagelaws dlnlna drainagelaws e eIaws
laws and their willingness to have hav a adrainage adralnagedlstJlct aIrainage
drainage dralnagedlstJlct district declared declar d in this thissec thissectlon sec section section ¬
tion through their lands and asked for forthe fOlthe forthe
the co cooperation of the citizens and andother andother amidother
other land companies companiesMr
Mr Pedley addressed the board on onthe onthe onthe
the various subjects subje ts under lmderdlsclJsslon lmderdlsclJsslonand discussion discussionand
and thanked the organization for the theinterest theIntereRt theinterest
interest taken and andcuurtesy courtesy shown the therepresentatives therepresentatives therepresentatives
representatives of the OmahaFlorida OmahaFloridaLand omahaFloridaLand OmahaFloridaLand
Land Company CompanyHarry CompmvHmry CompanyHarry
Harry K I Hill R N NKoblegard Koblegard arid aridGordon ariJlGoi antiGordon
Gordon Goi on R Broome were werothen then proposedand proposed proposedand i ilind
and elected to membership and the theboard thoboard thetlOarl
board adjourned adjournedMessrs adjournedMCRsrt1 adjournedMessrs
Messrs George and William Ruptennd Rupte Rupteand Rupleand
and their nelce Miss Sue Keenhold Keenholdwho Keenhnldwho Ieenholdwho
who have spent the winter 5it t their theirpineapple theirpln theirpineapple
pineapple pln apple plantation plantation south of toWn toWnleft t townleft wn wnleft
left Tuesday for New Milford Mllf r d Ohio Ohiowhere Oh Ohiowhere 10
where they will spend the summer as asusual aslstial asusual I
usual usualINCOME usualINCOME lstialINCOMf
To the th voters votersof of St St Liicie L cieCouiltv cieCouiltvThe County CountyThe
The income tax is a nnational national matter matterand matterand utterand
and it is me one of the few national nationalqueatons nationalquesto08whichcan nationalquestons
queatons questo08whichcan which can be injected in to tojhe tothe
state stateclmpalgn campaign Our primary primarysystem primaryYNtem lirimarysystem
system enabling the thePC9 people le to toy toyvote vote votejdirectly votedire votedirectly
directly dire Uy on on oncaneli candidates candle atedor for United States StatesSenate Sta statesSenate es esSenate
Senate goes far r to divorce national nritionalissues nrticmalIssulS nationalissues
issues from fromstatepohhcs state politics andjt and it would woulcJperhapsb woujd woujdperhaps wouldperhaps
perhaps be < better b tterf if nn lUiiNslle issue like this thisof thisof thisof
of the income taxcotld tax could bg b subiiitted subiiitteddirectly 8uhuttedd subihtteddirectly
directly d i ecty to tf to the he people Phi for the reason reasonthat rea reasonthat S on onthat
that it would undoubtedly un loubtedl be over overrwlielniingly overwJlcl overwhelmingly
wlielniingly wJlcl m jnJtY adopted ad ptlcl if irlIoflubm so submitted submittedliut submittedbutt ittCIJt
butt Jlu if t ja in ninUer is < n n1tafltnttd alt > t agitated and andthe nntl nntlth arttthe
the th po p pohilu OJte le tixpreds X1Jr snu no iiitecuJt ill aQJt it is iaVV isI
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highly hl hlyprobahle probable that those whose who e in income Income income ¬
come might be taxed will muster a asufficient aBufllcient asufficient
sufficient influence to defeat Floridas Floridasendorsement llordasendorsement Floridasendorsement
endorsement of this amendment amendmentThe
The constitutional conRtitu tional amendment sub submitted suhmltted submitted ¬
mitted to the states is very broad in inits Inits inIts
its terms and is not specific as to what whatkind whatkind whatkind
kind of an incotnetaxshouldbe Income tux should be enacted enactedbut enuctedbut enactedbut
but from the customs of other counties icountiesand countiesami countiesout
and from Iom previous income tux laws lawsenacted lawsenacted lawsenacted
enacted in this country it may be said saidthat saidthat
that an income tax usually exempts exemptsan I
an income up to a certain amount as asfor usfor asfor
for instance a thousand or two thousanddollars thousand thousanddollars thousanddollals
dollars and levies a tax on that part of ofa ofa ofa
a mans income which is above this thislimit thislimit thislimit
limit For Forexumple example if a mans income incomeis
is 2500 2 OO and the exemption is 1000 this thisman thiHmnn thisman
man will be heclllled called on to pay a certain certainpercentage certainpercel1tage certainpercentage
percentage of 150000 to the Govern Government Governmont Government ¬
ment of the United States StatesIt
It has also become customary toclaA to toclassify toclassify
classify claA llfy incomes and require a higher higherpercentage higherpercentage higherpercentage
percentage from from the larger IncopleIt income incomeIt
It will be seqn that those states in inwhico Inwhlco inwhico
whico the largest aggregation or wealth wealthexist wealthexist wealthexist
exist will be compelled to pay the larg largest largCRt burgest ¬
est amount of taxes and aIH11IIso also that those thoseof thoHeof thoseof
of moderate income will pay little of no notax notax notax
Compare this with the present taxa taxation taxation taxation ¬
tion by tariff and it will be seen that thatthe thutthe thatthe
the tariff taxing sugar coffee tobacconnd tobacco tobaccoand tobaccoandl
and clothing taxes the necessities of oflife oflife oflife
life of the poor as well as the luxuries luxuriesof
of the rich We of ofthf this country cO > Jrllry would wouldbe wouldbe wouldbe
be very well pleased to have a pro protective protective protective ¬
tective tariff on pineapples and if we wecould wecOli wecoldO
could cOli coldO have our products protected we wewould wewould wewould
would find little or no fault with the thetariff thetariff thetariff
tariff system but as the tariff making makingis
is conducted we arc nrccolnnellpd comnellfd to buy buyIn1l
inii protected market ketal1ll and sell our ourpl ourplductsln pn pnducts products
ducts ducts ductsln in competition with the world worldland worldund worldand
land und there is no way of doing away with withthe withthe withthe
the present injiistioies of the protective protectivetariff protectivetariff protectivetariff
tariff system S ystemuntilcongress until congress is provided providedwith providedwith
with Vlthan an 01 alternative way of ofrnlslng ofrnlslngrevenue raising raisingrevenue raisingrevenue I
revenue revenueAn revenueAn revenue revenueAn
An income tax while there ar are many manyobjections I
objections to beutgoed be urged to the means ofcollloction of ofcollection I
collloction collection C ollo tiol1 yet is in principal the most mostequitable mo mosteluitahlemethod
eluitahlemethod e equitable < method of taxation taxa lon It bests bestsconforms bestsconforms bestsconforms
conforms to the principle of compelling ofcQmpellinKpayment compellingpayment compellingpayment
payment of taxation by those who are arethe arethe arethe
the most mo mostable t able to pay I
It might mlfhtalRo also ho said of this amend1 amend1ment amend amendment amendmentthat ¬
ment mentthat that public necessities or emor emergencies emorgencies ¬
gencies may require additional sources sourcesoivroyenue sourCORolpvenueand sourcesPvenueandao i
oivroyenue olpvenueand or orhas Pvenueandao and an income tax such uch as ashas ashas
has been used used before may be urgently i ineeded I Ineeded lneeded
needed tit It some future time when there i ilariot sisnot
lariot 1 noUlmp time to secure se lire the th adoption adoptionof of a aC aConstitutional j
Constitutional C nNtitutlmal Amendment No other othercandidate othercandidate others otherscandidate
candidate for the legislature of Florida Floridaappears Floridaappe Floridaappenrs
appears appe appenrs rlto to have declared himself upon uponthis upon uponthis IponthlH
this issue FrIED fEE
After two years of phenomenal suc success successin suercess ¬
cess cessin in their home citv and andsunoundln surrounding surroundingCanadian surroundingCanadian I ICanadian
Canadian territory the Toronto Male MaleQuartet MaleQuartet I
Quartet is iRnow now making maldn its second le ond tour tourot toursympathetic I Iof
nl ot the United Unitedblending ited States S totes The sympathetic sympatheticblending I
blending of voices in ensemble precision precisionof
of attack and brilliant forte effects effectsproduced effectsproduced I IproelUc
produced proelUc ed make m ke itequal if not superior superiorof
of any quartet now before the thepubhic thepubhicIIie publicihe public publicThe
The repertolro repertetridsvnried is varied and extensive extensiveincluding extensiveIncluding
including both classical and popular popularmusic pOI1Ularmusic
music rendered lenderedinsuch in such a amnnner manner as toplease to toplease toIJlease
please the most critical of audiences audiencesScotch audiencesScotch audiencesScotch
Scotch selection in costume and the theplaying theI theplaying
playing of the novelty instrument instrumentMnroharp InstrumentMnroharp instrumentb1aroharp
I Mnroharp add variety to the entertain entertainment ente1tainment entertainmen ¬
ment menti men t tr
i The management of the Fort Pierce PierceImprovement I II tImprovement
Improvement club takes pleasure in inpresenting inprese inPrese
I presenting prese ting this organization organization of high hi highclans h i iclass I ICIRflS
class artists next Friday evening ateongApril ateongAprilj April AprilInt AprilIHt
j Int They are areyoun are young young men of sterling sterlingcharacter sterlingcharacter
j character possessing voices of excellent excellentquality excellentI
Ignnlity quality qualitylhe
I I The Marshalltown vn la Republican Republicansays Republicansays Republicansays
says of their recent visit there Tho Thoevenings ThoI
I evenings entertainment by the Toronto Torontoquartet To 1oolltolIrtet mito mitoquartet
I quartet lIrtet which proved roved to be a group > of ofI of7out offour
I 7out four exceptionally exceptionally strong voices al alleapa alleapaIbleof nllcapaI I capa capaI
Ibleof I hIe of solo work and each one was on onjoyed rnI onjoyed
I joyed in solo parts fully full as as a much if ifnot ifnotmot notmore not notmore
more more mot than in the quartet singing r The Thetenor Thetenor Filetenor
tenor solo loloThe The Carnival and its en1 en1core ell ellcore encore
core I Am Awearin for You were wereeespecially wereespecially wereespecially
especially strong Mr Gardner as usa usat areader a areader
t reader IcaderpoRsesseci possessed more than ordinary ordinaryability oldinannbility ordinaryability
ability so so that with the selection of a aprogram it itprocrram aaprozram
program made madeu up > mostly of music new I10Wtathe newto I Ito
to tathe the average audience the evenings eveningsentertainment eVlnillgsenteltalnllle eveningsentertainment
entertainment twas was as of the best that four fourvery fouri fourivery j jver
very ver talented talelltcdmusicians musicians could giveReserved give giveReserved iiveReRerved
Reserved seats will be on on sale next nextMonday nextMonday nextMonday
Monday at the St Lucie Drug Com Companys Gompanys Connpanys ¬
panys storeThe store storeThe storeT
The T e Creator of an Em ire ireJohn ireJohn
John JohnEStrayel E Strayer of Johnston Pa n nlarge a aUrge alarge
large purchaser of Everglades land handwrites landwrites 11111111 11111111writes
writes the theMluml Miami Metropolis As an anenhusiast ani anienthusiast anenhusiast
enhusiast over the possiblities of the theEverglades lheEvergladps theEverglades
Everglades and as a a purchaser OUlcha er of Ever Everglade Everihulelad Everglade
glade ihulelad land from the th Florida Fruit < rui L LandsCompany Lands LandsCompany LandsC
C Company inpallY the information n as aato s to t o the thejalignment thenHgnment i e ealignment
alignment by bywhichGovernor which Governor Broward Browardis Briwnrtiis
is to tobe be eliminated comes aRa as as a distinctshock distinct distinctshopk distincttiho
shock tiho k But no nomaUer matter what the politi politicians politielaoR politiclans ¬
clans may dp d they can can never neverr take from fromNapoleon frl111apoleo fromNapoleon
Napoleon apoleo B BBr Broward ward tho name that isrightly is isrightjy iRn
rightly n htJy his hl as the creator of an empire empireHe empIreHe empireHe
He has in fact fuctmudej1Qssiblc made ppssible the birth birthof birthof birthof
of of a new land landa n a land that is isdstined isdstinedto destined destinedto
to to be bethehomes the h homesofmillions homes of millions of contented contentedand contentedRod
and hnppy people and in Whose heartstis hearts heartshis heartsislimnge
> his islimnge image will he he enshrined as the realsavior real realsavior realsavlonvho
savlonvho savior who has given Iven them the theop oppor opportunity opportunic > or ortlnlly ¬
tunic tunity to get a a home from fro III their smallsavings small smallsavings SI 1 1I 1Isavings
savings that thatwould would have given them tlwmbula thembut them thembut
but bula aere a mere pittance elsewhere el in this thiscountry thl I Icountry
country countryS I ISOStewarr
S SOStewarr OStewart of ofhlI1en Jensen 1 onsen was a 1 husi husiRJS3vlBitoif busif
RJS3vlBitoif pass J if 18Ito isitof in hiO1rcltySUlul our pur city Saturday Saturdayri SaturdayI ay ayJ j
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Giving on Oath Amount of TheirTotal Their TheirTotal TheirTotal
Total Campaign ExpensesNAMES Expenses ExpensesNAMES
NAMES OF WORKERS WORKERSStatements WORKERSStatements c cSlolements
Statements lo Contain Names of All AllCampaign AllCampaign AllCampaign
Campaign Workers Contributors CnntribulnrstoCompalnn to toCampainn 1 1Campainn
I IThe
Campainn Fund and Loans Made MadeThe MalleThe 1 I II
The following followhl taken from the stat statute stntilte stattile ¬
ute e of the state of Florida h should he bo boread hI hIread s sreal
read by ever clll candidate llidllte and anl voter voterNotice volmNotice i iNotice
Notice to candidates Laws of Flor I ior ¬ i
ida Acts of If 190ft Chapter M29 92f1 No NoGO
60 Be it Itenacterl enacted by l > v tho Legislature Legislatureof
of the State of ofFloIicln ofFloIiclnSectIOn Florida FloridaSection FloridaSection
Section 1 That each and every candi ¬ i
date voted upon theStatc in the State nndCounty nndCountyprimaries and County Countyprimaries i tr trprimaries
primaries of the State of Florida bo boand beand rf
and is hereby required req lrt > d to file in the theoffice i infllce ioffice
office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court Courtof Courtof ° I Iof
of his county if he is isacandidate a candidate for acounty a acounty ncounty
county office or in the office offi e of the theSecretary thlSecIetury theSecretary
Secretary of State if heis he is a candidate ncnndidlltofnr candidatefor
for a national or 1 a State office not less lessthan lellithall r rthat
than ten days before the Primary in inwhich Inwhich inwhich
which he is a candidate a a completestatement complete completestatement cOlllplelestatemant
statement in itemized form of his hiscampaign hiscamraign J Jcampaign
campaign camraign expenses expensesfhls This statement statementshall stntemeltHhal vJr vJrshall
shall include the names 111 mes of all the con contributors coltrlbutors con contributors ¬
tributors to his campaign fund whether whetherthey whethcrthe A Athey
they the be persons persons or corporations cOlpora tim s firms firmsor f 1ms 1msor t
or or associations and their theirrelatiollHhip relationship tt ttto
to him by blood manage business or orassociation orassociatiDn w art artassociation
association political pol tical fraternal fraternalolothor fraternalolothorwise or other otherwise otherwise ¬
wise and all the expenses expenses incurred as asa usit asIt
it resultof his candidacy and shall he hegiven hegiven begiven
given under oath And each candidate candidatevoted candidatovoted candidatevoted
voted upon in the State or County CoulltyPti CoulltyPtimadeR Pri Primaries Primaies ¬
maries as a aforesaid afOl esald shall shalltilei file not later laterthan luturthlln e ethan
than ten days after the primary in inwhich inwhich inwhich
which he is is a a candidate candldateuother another state statement Bt statement te tem ¬
ment m nt in I the same samJ pillceas place as is respective IS respectively ¬ l l9e
ly provided p ovllied herein for the first stato statoment statoment 9e
ment ment and including includin any an > every every and all allof nitof allof
of the specifications divisons and reef reefquirements re requirements I Iquhements ¬
quirements ofthe of the first first statement asabove as asabove liBabove
above required up to and including thednvofthe the theday theday
day dnvofthe of the Primary in which he was a acandiclate a acandidate Itca
candidate ca 1Ilidatej and each ea h candidate furnish furnishing furlli furnishbig lh lhingttils ¬
big ingttils this last statement statementshallswem shall swear at atthe atthe atthe
the time that the two wo statements of ofcampaign ofcampalgn ofcampaign
campaign expenies expeneshereln herein required in include Inc1udea ¬
c1udea clu clude lea a complete completeand and full account of allthe all allthe ultthe
the expenses expenses incurred by him its as asn a it re re
suit of his hlscandigacySection candidacy t
Section 2 At Atthe the time the thehlRtstnt thehlRtstntinent last state statement ¬ e t tinent
inent required in Section 1 1 of this Act Actis
is given Iven another statement shall shallh shallhfurnished be befurnished 4 i ifurnished
furnished also under oath by each ellchaml ellchamlevery andevery and andevery
every candidate voted upon in any nn nnState r i i iState
State or County Primary of Florida Floridagiving Flol lhi lhigiving rI rIgiving
giving the names of ohls his political work workers wOIIterRllnd ¬ Y Yers
ers erRllnd and andtelling telling for what consideration considerationif
if any such work was done tho term termpolitical termpolitical
political political workers to Ief refer r to those thosewno tho thosewho lo lowho
wno who left for a time brpart or part of a time timetheir limethelroldilluryavocations timetheir r
their thelroldilluryavocations ordinary avocations to further hiscandidacy his hiscandidacy
candidacy This statement shall be befiled betiled
filed in the office of the theClcrkfth theClcrkfthCircuit Clerk of theCircuit the theCircuit
Circuit Court of his county orin ol n theoffice theoffice the theoffice
office of the Secretary of State StlllHaccurd StlllHaccurdilJ accord according ¬ i iing
ing ilJ to whethercandidate whether candidate furnishing itwas it itwas itWIIS
was a candidate for a county countvor or a anational anational f fnational
national or or or a State office officeSection oIJlCfSection officeSection
Section 3 At the same time that thatsworn tllntsIVonstatement i
sworn sIVonstatement statement leitt required 1 uul in m Section 2 2of 2of Zof
of this Act is furnished each and everycandidate every everycandidate ovm ovmcllndldutc
candidate for a county or State oflico officein oflicoIn J
in the Primaries Pl malies as as hereinbefore men mentionedshall nHlItionedRhall ¬ c ctionedshall
tionedshall furnish and file in the ofhcu ofhcuof ollicoof i iof
of the Clerk of the Circuit Court or 11 his hiscounty hi hicounty u ucounty
county or in the thcofllcu office of the Secretary Secretaryof
of o f State according to whether wl1e hethel tier he is is acandidate a ucandidate acallclidate
candidate for fora a county or national 01 of uState u 11Statu nState
State office another statement giving givingthe Kivingthe r
the names of all those persons to whom whomloans whomluans t tloans
loans were made during his hi candidacywhich candidacy candidacywhich calulidncwhich
which would wouhlnqt not have been made had fill henot h hnot filllIot
not been a candidate This statement statementshall statcmenthall statementshall
shall hall also be given Ivcn Under lllulelonth lllulelonthSectiun oath oathSection oathSection
Section 4 All tho statements hereInhefore here hereinbefore hmcInbefole ¬
inbefore required except the one onto to be befurnished tJ tJfurnished befurnished
furnished before the Primary in which whichcandidate whichcandidate whichcandidate
candidate furnishing it is isvottJd voted uponmany upon uponrnaV UpOIIIIla i
many IIla l be heswoln sworn to at one time andshall andshallbe and shall shallbe ii I Ihe
be given ien and filed on on the same day dn and anddate IIn IIndate anddate
date dateSection dateSlctl dateSection
Section Slctl Section n o ii Any An candidate cnn < lid 1to refusing refusingor Ieluslnfo
01 or o willfully willtullvfl1i1in failing to obey any an of t till thoprovisions tillwoIllons fhenovlsiois
provisions woIllons of this Act shall bo punished punishedby i iby
by y a line not to exceed five hundredOchins hundred hundreddollars hUllllrllldolln
dollars dolln and shall Rhallnot not be allowed to tohave tohave tohave
have his name printed on the ofliciiii ofliciiiiballot oflirlll I Iballot r rballot
ballot at the next ensuing general generalelection generallelection enelal enelalelection
election or his name presented as tho thocandidate thocandidate thincandidate
candidate of any party for the thoolficoof thoolficoofUniteclStl1tos theullice oliko ofUnited of ofUnited
United UniteclStl1tos States Senator SCIlIltoro o o the next sac sacceeding succeeding HU HUceecling ¬
ceeding Legislature Lf lslntm according to towhether towhether i iwhether
whether he is a Ii candidate fora fo for a I Slatn Slatnor St Hnlofir tite titeor
or County Countyofl1ccor office or for a national nationaloffice m ionltl ionltloffice k koffice
office as the case may he beSudden heSudden heSudden
Sudden Death of Estimable Lady LadyN LadyN
N J J Cooper of the East Coast ConstLumher CoastLumber
LumberSupplyorecuneultliesad LumberSupplyorecuneultliesadintelligence Lumber Supply Co o received till sad sadintelligence Indintelli
intelligence intelli elll e Wednesday W dn sduy morning nHIInin of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the death of his mother Mrs E E ECooper ECooper ECoo
Cooper Coo per which whichoccUlcd occUred the early hours hoursof hnulsof hoursof
of the same day at the home of herson her herson Ilrflon
son G B Cooper at Oak Hill Tile 1heleceasecl Tlioll Tiledeceased
deceased atcsi resident cnt of anti antiwas
ll VV < I VVt was C4C M a LkllUWIIkUl 1lImpaaJd 1lImpaaJdwus Tunijla 1 till 1111 Ill ll llwas
was making mukin a trip to the East Coast COII t to tovisit tovisit tovisit
visit her two sons sans when death overlook overtookleer overlookher IIv rtollk rtollkh
her h r Mr MICooplr MrCoopnrleft Cooper left inimediatelv and andaccompanied andttcconupnnied rlll rlllIccompnnied
accompanied the remains to Jasperwhere Jasper j 1tisperwhere 1 pel pelwhere
where interment waa wu made His Hi many I11all I11allfri
friends fri 11Hls extends sympathy in Inhhi his fu fuhereavoment sadbereavement sad sadbereavement
Mi Mils s Lena Orrel of Hallundalo spent spentSntuday spel spentSntu t tSnhwlny
Sntuday Sntu day undSul1dllyjn intl nd Sunday Sundain in our city cit jthe jthegU03t the theguest
guest oi ot her brother It It C Otrel At Atv i i
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