Sugar, produce it in America with American labor and capital.

Sugar, produce it in America with American labor and capital.

Published Date

  • ca. 1918

Description

  • The War is over. The American sugar shortage will continue unless the allies use German sugar or a large American cane-sugar industry is established ... Give America and its allies low-priced sugar.

Transcript

Sugar
Produce it in America
with
American Labor and Capital
The War is Over
The American
Sugar Shortage
will continue
unless the Allies use German Sugar
or a large American cane-sugar industry is established.
The German-Austrian surplus sugar-crop was 2,415,395 tons.
The Allies' Sugar Shortage is 2,500,000 tons.
Java sugar available for export to Atlantic ports is only 25%
of sugar-shortage, and is 8,000 miles away.
Java one-crop cane cannot compete
with rattoon-crops of the United States and West Indies.
The Sugar Trust
Is opposed to a great American cane-sugar industry. Therefore,
the richest cane-lands in the world
are idle.
A cane-field in Florida 45.52 miles square will produce
all the sugar consumed in America,
at a cost of 2c A LB.
A great American cane-sugar and sirup [sic] industry must be
established. It will
conserve sugar and save shipping.
Full information and statistics in a new book,
"The Sugar Situation"
A strong organization is needed
One dollar pays for book and membership in the
All-American Sugar League
Jacksonville, Florida.
Mail it today


A sinking-fund of one cent a pound on sugar, for 5 years, will
pay the entire cost of cane-lands and factories, and
give America and its allies
low-priced sugar
The Drew Press