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so as to [[red underline]] get the train for Miami [[/red underline]] The second brother of Williams was just barreling two barrels containing his [[red underline]] 200 lbs. of crawfish [[/red underline]] which he had wrapped in seaweed and which he is shipping to Miami.  The road runs first along some rather irregular lime grapefruit and orange groves cultivated in patches made in the woods Here and there a bungalow of fruit growers and the bare huts where the colored help lives in. [[red underline]] Jewfish station [[/red underline]] looks rather progressive compared to all this. Then come a place called [[red underline]] Everglade [[/red underline]] which is the beginning of the Everglade district. Lonely and deserted as ever. Flat swampy land
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[[strikethrough]] dry [[/strikethrough]] more or less dry at this season and here and there endless knolls each of a hundred or two hundred feet diameter made up of bush groves, sometimes some palmettos and this as far as the eye stretches. The RR built its track by digging ground on both sides which made a canal of fresh water. [[red underline]] These canals some day may become the feeders for a fresh water line extending to Key West. [[/red underline]] Then came [[red underline]] Florida City [[/red underline]] said by the land promoters to be the [[red underline]] "City" most Southerly [[/red underline]] of the U.S. A real [[red underline]] Boom city [[/red underline]] at the beginning of the Everglade and the end of the wood pine district. [[red underline]] Herons, white and gray, eagles [[/red underline]] and other birds are frequently observed before entering the settled district [[red underline]] Florida City has [[/red underline]] an Ice and
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