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ALL MESSAGES TAKEN BY THIS COMPANY ARE SUBJECT TO THE FOLLOWING TERMS:
To guard against mistakes or delays, the sender of a message should order it repeated, that is, telegraphed back to the originating office for comparison. For this.
one-half the unrcpeated mno,-vp rate is charged in addition. Unless otherwise indicated on its face, this is an unrepeated message and paid for as such, in consideration
whereof it is agreed .: -.. -, i .. sender of the message and this company as follows:
1. The company shall not be liable for mistakes or delays in the transmission or delivery, or for non-delivery, of any :r. .- : d I.- .; '.d for transmission at the unre-
peated-message rate beyond the sum of five hundred dollars; nor for mistakes or delays in the transmission or delivery, or I r ....:, J h ry, of any message received for
transmission at the r. ri ..i --.,.. ,. rate beyond the sum of five thousand dollars, unless specially valued; nor in any case for delays arising from unavoidable interrup-
tion in the working i ,i.o :, L..r lor errors in cipher or ob',ure rlm .e
2. In any event the company shall not be liable ford -, ,...:.:, i.r r ,:..t 1., or delays in the transmission or delivery, or for the non-delivery, of any message, whether
caused by the negligence of its servants or otherwise, beyond the sum of five thousand dollars, at which amount eaca message is deemed to be valued, unless a greater value
is stated in writing by the sender thereof at the time the message is tendered for transmission, and unless t .. r..: -. 1-.. .,.. rate is paid or agreed to be paid, and an
additional l' ... equal to one-tenth ci one per cent of the amourt I.-. -,. 1. -,. 1i valuation shall exceed five i ..- .r, I .
3. .. >)mpany is hereby made the agent of the sender, r ,at '. i, o. to forward this message over thq lines of any other company when necessary to reach its
destination.
4., ?' .. -,-. -;11 be delivered free within one-half mile of the company's office in town' o.f nno r-p...pu1, .-.r 1 ss, and within one mile of such office in other cities
or towns. 13. , Is limits the company does not undertake to make delivery, but will, a -r r* uL t A .. .at b.:- :i t r's request, as his agent and at his expense, endeav-
or to contract for him for sun 1. -. i r'. at a reasonable price.
5. No In o r. i. .; ': th;c re. a. r. ..acerning messages until the same are accepted at one of its transmitting offices; and if a message is sent to such
office by one of r .- ,,. v' messengers, ,: %., -. I i [. o purpose as the agent of the sender.
6. The . ,.. icoi not be liable for damages or statutory penalties in any case where the claim is not presented in writing within sixty days after the message is
filed with the company for transmission.
in addio pecialterms governing the transmission of messages under the classes of messages enumerated below shall apply to messages in each of such respective classes
8. Nol t rl...y,:, ..-i i,. company is authorized to vary the foregoing. THE WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH COMPANY
INCORPORATED
NEWCOMB CARLTON, PRESIDENT


CLASSES
TELEGRAMS
A fllj-r.ate expedited service.
NIGHT MESSAGES
Accepted up to 2:00 A.M. at reduced rates-to be sent during the
night and delivered not earlier than the morning of the ensuing busi-
ness day.
N. .i:t Messages may at the option of the Telegraph Company be
mailed at destination to the addressees, and the Company shall be
deemed to have discharged it. .l.,l~;i..;r ;r, such cases with respect
to delivery by irii.ill such I;.!tI. .;., .- at destination, postage
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D A V .T"-'rC S
A deferred day service at rates lower than the standard telegram
rates as ... One and one-half times the standard ':; 11 Letter
rate for-the transmission of 50 words or less and one-fifth i i!. initial
rates for each additional 10 words or less.
SPECIAL TERMS APPLYING TO DAY LETTERS:
In further consideration of the reduced rat- fnr th'; special Day
Letter service, the f :1 'n. special terms in .I Ii .,i o those enu-
merated above are hereby .. I to:
A. Day Letters may be forwarded by the Telegraph C..' .. ii.- as
a deferred service and the transmission and delivery of such Day
Letters is, in all respects, subordinate to the priority of transmission
and delivery of regular telegrams.
B. Day Letters shall be written in plain English. Code language
is not permissible.
c. This Day Letter is received subject to the express understand-


OF SERVICE
ing and agreement that the Company does not undertake that a
Day Letter shall be delivered on the day of its date absolutely, and
at all events; but that the Company's obligation in this respect is
subject to the condition that there shall remain sufficient time for
the transmission and delivery of such Day Letter on the day of its
date during regular office hours, subject to the priority of the trans-
mission of regular telegrams under the conditions named above.
No employee of the Company is authorized to vary the foregoing.

NIGHT LETTERS
Accepted up to 2:00 A.M. for delivery on the morning of the en-
suing business d t rates still lower than standard night .... -:,:._
rates, as follows: ihe standard trl"' r-tn rate for 10 words !. I! 1,
charged for the transmission of i ; ., or less, and one--ifth of
such standard telb'ra:i rate for 10 words shall be charged fir each
additional 10 words or less.
SPECIAL TEU:MS APPLYING TO NIGHT LETTJL:S:
In further consideration of the reduced rates for this special "ll _
Letter service, the : 1. i.; t special terms in addition to thoso enu-
merated above are hereby agreed to:
A. Night Letters may at the option of the T.. 1 r-.li Company
be mailed at destination to the addressees, and the C'.." i'.l -hall
be deemed to have discharged its obligation in such 'i--1 v.-,b re-
spect to delivery by .in ,ir.l such Night Letters at destination, post-
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First national. Bvnk,
Ft. D.udordArle, Floridlt.

Gentlemen:-

I am sending hereoalt; to the Floridct ;Abstract Co.,
7. Palm Be-ach, Florida,- daed to So. 1/2, Tract nO. 42, v ,'/
Section 35, T. 44 S., R. S6 E. "'alm Bench Co., FloriC,. /
in favor of Thou. E. \'ll, Ft. LiT.dlrdi..lo, Florida.

I ah reciunstin- the company to ;,ropare abstrrot
of title for auove tract, nd sieni same and ('cee to yo:.

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when rolO, FroL this sum yo ;re iLeroby .uthVorized
to p..y .0 bill of tie ab:.truct coml,,pany ,an C .rnmit balance
to meat- above ac.dress, ihanding doed i.nc abstr-,ct to
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CAPITAL. $50.000.00
ABSTRACTS OF TITLE AND TITLE INSURANCE
W. R. LAWLEY. PRESInENT THE TITLE IS MORE VALUABLE THAN THE LAND" 1. N. COLCLOUGH. SECRETARY
J. W. MEANS, VICE-PRESIDENT J. W. COMSTOCK, TREASURER
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September 15, 1922.








Mr. Thomas E. Will,
Fort Lauderdale, Florida.

Dear Sir:-

We have today received from Mr. Allen Coll-on, of
Washington, D.C., a deed covering trTFY'0O in
Section 35-44-36, and also a request for an
abstract.

He further requests that as soon as we have completed
the abstract to forward the same with the deed to
the First National Bank of Ft. Lauderdale.

We will complete this work within two or three days
and forward the same to the Bank with instructions
contained in Mr. Colton's letter.

Yours very truly,

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Pa Washington DC Sept 12 1922

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::>'. Thomas E. "'ill,
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Dear Ir. i7ill,

Your letter of August 26th addressed to "'Lerville, Ill.
just reached me as I was marric.. about a month ago and am
living in Chicago.

Your mention of a prospective sale for one half of tract
42 is good news at this time, so I am now in the Hoopital
convalescing from an o eration for a ienlicitis a. can use
the money .:. .Iy

I am agreeable to dispose of i,- ten acre tract in five
acre lots and am willing to acce t ,200.00 net for eac.h five
acres, but it was ,i desire that the lendc be sold at a price
sufficient to take care of cost of new abstract, commission
Etc., leaving te ) C^. ^ net to. ... ov ,ever, if this cannot
be done ald it is neces, sary that I pay t.hi costof nel_ ...: ct
in order to male the sale, I will accet 1'200.00 less cost
for each five acre tract.

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Leu cii:rdale as youy! request.. but would appreciate the 200.00
net if you can -)ossibly arrange as you are anare, I actually
paid that much -7or it years ago.

I am much pleased w'it:. the interest you are t. l:in in
enceavoring to Cispose of -u property ad: will certainly
a~preoci".te it .:hen you fin .. :- for l te rt' emainin five
acres. Copies of my letter to FloridL~ Abst -act Co. a*. the
bank: for ,--rr ef er ce .re enclosed hev eith.

ill be gla to hear from o oe ti ;:i to time.

CorTdiaIly youns,




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Washington, D. C., Sept. 2, 1922.



My dear Dr. Will:

I do not like to make excuses, as I am about to do, or explanations,
as I think would be the more correct word; but I am so constituted that
I feel better doing even that than making promises without knowing how
promptly it would be possible to keep them. "It has been done" sounds
better to me thah"I am going to do it." That personal kink, foolish, per-
haps, is back of my long delay in answering your two letters, both of
which were received. But I would have written you promptly on receipt
of the first letter if I had suspected the delay was to be so long.

In our correspondence about two years ago concerning my five-acre
tract I explained that I was really holding the tract as a hostage for
money loaned our friend Benton at various times to help him in his troubles,
and I took over Benton's apiary at an inventoried value to apply on the
.debt. Benton's son in California signed a note with his father, and paid
me part of it, but the two children, the other being a daughter in Illinois,
still owe me several hundred dollars, not to mention untold labor and time
in behalf of the Benton family, for which I make no claim; all I want is
a settlement of the cash account, with reasonable interest. There has been
some desultory correspondence, and a very little money has come my way,
but because I have all along been so intensely busy with troubles nearer
at hand I have not followed the matter up as I ought to have done. I think
the two children are inclined to be fair, but my own preoccupation has
prevented me from pushing the matter earnestly. I do not .want to take any
chance of offending them by selling the land without their express consent;
and for months, literally, I have tried to find time to write the son a long
letter, going exhaustively into the whole case, almost from the beginning,
and urging a settlement from himself and his sister. Indeed, my own unavoid-
able negligence has loaded me with a share of the responsibility. Two years
ago the daughter, after considerable delay, consented to the sale then
proposed, but I think the son was not consulted, though I took the chance
of giving you the authorization. After the lapse of two years I somewhat
doubt the advisability, as a matter of policy, of proceeding with the sale
without consulting the children again, especially the son. I delayed
answering your first letter, hoping to write both of them promptly, and then
inform you, as I have above, of the situation, and that I had written.

I resigned from the Department of Agriculture at the end of June,
after nearly ten years' service, most of the last five years being in editori&t
work, with never a promotion. In recent years a hostile high-up blocked
the way, and recently a consolidation of bureaus threatened my job altogether.
Then I began to figure on turning to my bees for a livelihood, which I had
long considered for reasons of health. Casting about for a location I
fell in with William Deane Ham, who is a single-taxer, a builder of concrete
houses, an Abou Ben Adhem kind of a man, and the originator and promoter
of the"Fairplay" project a circular of which I enclose. As we got acquainted,
Mr. Ham invited me to become his assistant, help in the office as needed,
but more especially go out to Forestville and live there and look after
the development matters at that end of the line, and I accepted, beginning


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My dear Dr. Will:

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found a remittance from the First National J!;-' of Fort Lauderdale of

$177.50 awaiting me, proceeds of the five-acre tract sold to you. The

Florida Abstract Cc:;r.v chahd 1:0.00 for an abstract covering, as

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with him July 1. Mr. Ham had bought a 90-acre farm at Forestville, on which
he plans to develop his "enclave." It will not be called "Fairplay, how-
ever, as we find that there is already a "Fair Play" in Maryland. My work
has been mostly in the office thus far, attending to various problems of
Mr. Ham. Among his troubles has been a lawsuit, resulting in the bankruptcy
of a printing plant in which he was interested. His health has been poor,
and some days he has not been able to come to the office for more that two
or three house. The latter part of ,June I notified the owner of the house
where i live'in a suite of rooms that I would be out by the end of July, as
I was going to live in Forestville. Mr. Ham's need of me in the office
has delayed the removal of my effects, until just recently I was notified
that I would have to get out anyhow, as the house was to be remodeled.
The combination of these and other cares was at its height when your first
letter reached me. I worried along from day to day, hoping to write the
two heirs soon, and being further delayed, but only yesterday did I get off
to the son a t-in six-page, closely-typed letter, saying what I had long
carried in mind to write. Then I sent a carbon of it to the sister, with
a short note. I urged them to consent to the sale of the land, and made
the suggestion that the son wire me his consent. As soon as I hear from
them I will let you know, and if I have the hoped-for permission I will
start the sale proceedings at once. Your suggestion Ia in the second
letter that if anything is not clear you will be glad to make it so, carried
the idea that your prospective purchaser can be kept waiting a little.
Whatever the result, I will write you when I hear from the heirs.

Mr Ham formerly did business for a time as a real estate broker by
correspondence, and has a large knowledge of the field of such work. He and
I and two others are planning a revival of that activity, starting with
the data he. already has. Contrary to my wildest dreams, I therefore seem
likely to become a real-estate man myself' You have my sincere apology
for the delay I have caused you. I will add that if I had not been writing
in a hurry, at the end of a Saturday's work, I might have condensed *d into
half the space. .pAf

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hcrois ne great. friult of th-l Xrot;d bu.ild1rng noTrw Jlfts of aisodpriLtatlonS
hero prina-sxwept pl-:Lnst"ere* Pllirg up t-e moncy .in drifUn givs the,
Cat oe or graft. Contract for 36* ,of rook; allow 18h aut on. DB Ivado tho
--rico piridf-or the wprk not domo* Ono .Co0i liaLoner int rIie o0 oti er Jo .ra
ni:asionor cvEonis pem3s-dtted to have am rid to any. A.axoeertaiiy uo one elqe.
Thoroclo vheretho strong itopcndentwillJingatio-fight organ rtigaitiQn nonesinLr
It should watch, report result s;anid K I C K efecotivolyS,f F l1 isnot well.
It c-n easily t-ll x1other the oontrlact ics 1ingcarrinedout. 3B. should put;
dowmn1r ofrcor;'glohr rai-tma.tcierita.t2, 20 feet Tid.e. If th-- com .-tr1.ruIs outl
Ihe In us-o 0 sgfrl,Aiari). mut f focot of co0inglo. ur toi-. Very 44a17y fQrtlhe
1:-y -~uii to chEck thlt,-. up* fAoquires .no ,sEiodt;ifib expert. Oight to b.e .donQ
to hoSd iof.? gSrtt if for no qtheo reason Ahnose Jans3eifiOatibi3 or .. .o
.','r:xlA left dour uo;en to c mll f .rtune .it .grt rte. 3r .2o vilol A fright
ith uli. body ni tchingh,oould. steal ':l. of tlitt depth ..
'h-.:; i wh".'.E-i 1 pobily ,wrong withi thoue L'Ujc 5.t'ce all owances. DIhes not.
:.n-.". those ppl wvil13, G:t snoh fine '.-r.a. -o-'o biody ri._ .got richtin'- _ad .
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story,'-:inoiuch iorto V.i.:ZIa Belac;h notuablosn lotteor 1hi; n. :.-i ..-dy,
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t.:e le: ~C-,)PI do a.ot bcifAv : thli II. sho 3oi.A,-u. any ao .:; i, .;cr tl'- he
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W0 -,so wvell 131t t!'? -ol.nt tt;icko o ?o l wrto dlic;r jdlth B, Xt satyou'Ll
finDCaii on hi':: ecs0or on thenune. I hv. ia4 n goce '1lfir .prop to ake
to hismlaut Iv el!idfltcl not to raLt3 tim-e dignity on .him. Amithorc
-.-;oartatinly nwo teoC NOWf,t. IT'-ce a grct.t, conuuonlion to In g

PFurLherri' the O00.0, ricote tht way nor qr all tiresit would .arouse
;th:iioi;i tht;. It was i4 rith i1, on'f norldt t-o Qoant cti2g3nslldtj-.-n pal'-1-
Cut. O.?c-.n't fnl thtt Stncla-l yE ur.1 fUinilty. If rny Cn oaCD;c-1l needs
to bo .!-.rlc,-v .o2 rO-e on itanhuRtl it throughlarit; lwont looi: lii0c Ir k.
on'Cr;l stndX her g"rumabrt u-mn tr' n.. out ror fvorna

Thc ;:.., if :;Lytji ..tmgcft cUCan up. JiJ: :1 thI tjiir of tk.t fight,l
au I :4-.ibi vi-TJI non1111 .- oo Iiobli hC.li-is- 33at p:op-CLe it'?d.d'.- s.houuld not
h:'veo rl;.'Wr-3kJ r.ca.neti y olit.:.:; tni I do nut ;even re 3p.1r1nt ry o..'n C.O.
If notd'7 ',l c :1 t:ito the- inittiA-Lre.
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1918 Su derlaald Place,
Washington, D. C.,
Sept. 4, 1982,

Dear Dr. Will:
Last July, just as I was going
away for my summer outing, I got a let-
ter from Florida, notifying me that
there were listed in the Palm Beach Post
,320 aores of land belonging to the
Fruitrcest Association, in Sec. 27,
and 80 acres belonging to an unknown
owner, on which the taxes were delinquent.
As I nelieTv all the Fruitorest land is
assessed in your name, I do not see how
there can be an unknown owner. However
that may be, it looks serious that this
land is listed for delinquent taxes.
It may be that you are looking forward
to paying these taxes up before the land
Sis sold, and paying the penalty on it.
The Fruitorest owners can not afford to
let this land go for taxes. If you are
not able to carry it, they should hare
lan opportunity to come in and save it.
Will you not please explain the situation
to me?
I am onostantly reminded that you
are falling in arrears in payment of
the loans you made, and even of the in-
terest thereon. I am sorry for your
embarrassments, but if they must occur
it seems that the creditors should be
kept informed of their situation.
Yours truly,
B: Pickman Mann.





i OKEELANTA, FLA.
00 o o HAV /N 1 First Planned Settlement
Racked, till late, and rent with strife Upper Everglades
Turn we to the peaceful life: paper Everglade
From the hell of War's alarm. THOS. E. WILL,
To Founder
OKEELANTA'S .4.

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SOKELANTA,\ LA. ,
Ft,.Lu:d.ld l e Fla.,Sept. 5,10)22.

SL-.k of ol,-..iston, (.%tf :/ ,3,
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I need ,1,.500.00 in coon.i-otion with my Ooel.-An.ta matt..s. Rc,. e ;) ring
.a- u forftmer disposition to aocor2modate,anl -ou uni form cou!r'".esy,I submit
the cncl''s-'- data.

You will notethlz't inr.'-v : its anddevelo-! 'tsare coming into our section
at an encour -'.i. r;ate, hIicse include drainage,daily m]ilso,tel.'i hou'I i-rc-
roads,bridge over Iain Canil,a:ad IfAIL ''1'., Important be idL-v.i'ii.n op or-
tunities are noxv at hr'ndvawaiting c- pital.

Values at i'kt-:.l.nt a are,I feel,on a suzbst 'ntil '1 a sis. Thle table of lot
sales s-.-oaks for itself. Force '1 -'ld ed when itis known that, almost all
those sales :r otically madethemsolves."

.unL for t'e extreme financi '1 strini-'cney in the north,1 think we might have
had quite an influx of .- o.'..:: bnu.i:,ess at Okeelanta last year. riess
reports now,however,indicate clearly a large :'.lt:':....ly incoming of people
this fall. a.i',I am confi id nt,should enableme to turn ro,.-r'ties there,
both small andlarge;andsecur:-fo our little ncilgherhood so;i., subs'. in"i;.l
settlers :andovelopers. With these,all other neiodfl t1.hing- will follow.

I shouldlike the loan for 12 months;but,if necessary,will be satisfied with
half that ti!ic. The security isthe sane yonucce:--tcid before. I have additional
..:-;eollent security in :eJwOke:e.in-!t%,,ast Extoe sion"( See Plat,bottom.) Note
that tho610,OO- :'(r-mile rook ro ct ;to ski: it on the west;tlh' simpler
s';.f :ci6 is advertised for)linrit, epti.1;this for ro:,d le-iding direct to
i /.P]alm -;~ -.ch whilee the F.- C.O..R. survey is but about 900' cast and t new
bridge across tLhe, in Oan .: is contracted for,to exMcd! west fro:I it S.V,
cori' nr. T: clear title on tlhii; 30-acre track t will take,however,som .5 extra
per -'crew- a triflein co:;r. -ison with its value.
Ho:in;, thli.si.-y -.rove -ti-f-ctory,I remodin, f /
Very truly ycx .i

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THE OKEELANTA-FRUITCREST DISTRICT
AND VICINITY


FRUITCRESr, FLORIDA, the practical plan for settling a new country


BIRD'S-EYE VIEW


T C I Plicy
FRUITCREST CENTRAL SQUARE, Publicly Owned


FRUITCREST, Sec. 27, T. 44 S., R. 36 E.


Heart and Center of Upper Everglades


DETAIL.
See Upper Glades Map, opposite page
Best Opening
OKEELANTA POULTRY FARVS: In sections 35, 27 and
neighborhood. c
Features
"THE SQUARE:" Territory between North New River and
Miami Canals, and between Bolles Canal and Road, and
Lake Okeechobee.
"THE TRIANGLE:" Territory between North New River and
Hillsboro Canals, and -between Cross Canal and Road, and
Lake.
NEW OKEELANTA: Center of Settlement. At Canal crossing.
Section 35. Expanding.


CKEELANTA ADDITION; 1014 ft.
Sec. 35, T. 44 S., R. 36 E.
Began with Tracts 67 to 74, inclusive,


ERUITCREST: Designed to group buyers, concentrate tracts, and aid co-operation. In Section 27.
Corners with Section 35. Quick run from New Okeelanta by jitney on dirt road.
"OLD" OKEELANTA: Center of Florida Everglades Land Company buyers. Includes Section 25 and
E. 1-2 of Section 26. West half of townsite fully ready for utilization.
NORTH NEW RIVER CANAL: Old, historic highway between Fort Lauderdale and Fort Myers.
Forbes' Pioneer Boat Line carried passengers, freight and U. S. mail in 1913.
]"BOLLES ROAD: To connect with Lake by road on east-bankof Miami Canal.
.r ,Palm Beach Drainage aid Highway District
Cuts ditches, and builds roads and bridges. In "The Square," (above) cuts 10-foot ditches north and
south, and leaves Dirt Road banks, one-half mile apart.
LIMITS: North, Tp. line 42-43; South, Tp. line 46-47, 12 miles south of Bolles Canal and Road.
Easto Range line 37-38; West, 4 miles, W. of County line. Includes triangle between Hillsboro
Canal and Range line 37-38 extended to S. E. corner of Sec. 13, T. 45, R. 37; and excludes Territory S.
of this triangle and E. bi Range line 37-38.
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Business Correspondence. Sept. 1, 1922- Sept. 30, 1922
ALL VOLUMES CITATION THUMBNAILS PAGE IMAGE ZOOMABLE
Full Citation
STANDARD VIEW MARC VIEW
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/AA00000147/00116
Finding Guide: A Guide to the Thomas E. Will Papers
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Title: Business Correspondence. Sept. 1, 1922- Sept. 30, 1922
Series Title: Business Correspondence
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 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Everglades (Fla.)
Okeechobee, Lake (Fla.)
Okeelanta (Fla.)
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Box 1437, City Post Office,
Washington, D. C,t Sept. 2, 1922.



My dear Dr. Will:

I do not like to make excuses, as I am about to do, or explanations,
as I thiak would be the more correct word; but I am so constituted that
I feel better doing even that than making promises without knowing how
promptly it would be possible to keep them. "It has been done" sounds
better to me thaA"I am going to do it." That personal kink, foolish, per-
haps, is back of my long delay in answering your two letters, both of
which were received. But I would have written you promptly on receipt
of the first letter if I had suspected the delay was to be so long.

In our correspondence about two years ago concerning my five-acre
tract I explained that I was really holding the tract as a hostage for
money loaned our friend Benton at various times to help him in his troubles,
and I took over Benton's apiary at an inventoried value to apply on the
.debt. Benton's son in California signed a note with his father, and paid
me part of it, but the two children, the other being a daughter in Illinois,
still owe me several hundred dollars, not to mention untold labor and time
in behalf of the Benton family, for which I make no claim; all I want is
a settlement of the cash account, with reasonable interest. There has been
some desultory correspondence, and a very little money has come my way,
but because I have all along been so intensely busy with troubles nearer
at hant I have not followed the matter up as I ought to have done. I think
the two children are inclined to be fair, but my own preoccupation has
prevented me from pushing the matter earnestly. I do not .want to take any
chance of offending them by selling the land without their express consent;
and for months, literally, I have tried to find time to write the son a long
letter, going exhaustively into the whole case, almost from the beginning,
and urging a settlement from himself and his sister. Indeed, my own unavoid-
able negligence has loaded me with a share of the responsibility. Two years
ago the daughter, after considerable delay, consented to the sale then
proposed, but I think the son was not consulted, though I took the chance
of giving you the authorization. After the lapse of two years I somewhat
doubt the advisability, as a matter of policy, of proceeding with the sale
without consulting the children again, especially the son. I delayed
answering your first letter, hoping to write both of them promptly, and then
inform you, as I have above, of the situation, and that I had written.

I resigned from the Department of Agriculture at the end of June,
after nearly ten years' service, most of the last five years being in editori&t
work, with never a promotion. In recent years a hostile high-up blocked
the way, and recently a consolidation of bureaus threatened my job altogether.
Then I began to figure on turning to my bees for a livelihood, which I had
long considered for reasons of health. Casting about for a location I
fell in with William Deane Han, who is a single-taxer, a builder of concrete
houses, an Abou Ben Adhem kind of a man, and the originator and promoter
of the"Fairplay" project a circular of which I enclose. As we got acquainted,
Mr. Ham invited me to become his assistant, help in the office as needed,
but more especially go out to Forestville and live there and look after
the development matters at that end of the line, and I accepted,-beginning








with him July 1. Mr. Ham had bought a 90-acre farm at Forestville, on which
he plans to develop his "enclave." It will not be called "Fairplay, " how-
ever, as we find that there is already a "Fair Play" in Maryland. My work
has been mostly in the office thus far, attending to various problems of
Mr. Ham. Among his troubles has been a lawsuit, resulting in the bankruptcy
of a printing plant in which he was interested. His health has been poor,
and some days he' has not been able to come to the office for more that two
or three hou rs. The latter part of ,June I notified the owner of the house
where i liven a suite of rooms that I would be out by the end of July, as
I was going to live in Forestville. Mr. Ham's need of me in the office
has delayed the removal of my effects, until just recently I was notified
that I would have to get out anyhow, as the house was to be remodeled.
The combination of these and other cares was at its height when your first
letter reached me. I worried along from day to day, hoping to write the
two heirs soon, and being further delayed, but only yesterday did I get off
to the son a Amap six-paRe, closely-typed letter, saying what I had long
carried in mind to write. Then I sent a carbon of it to the sister, with
a short note. I urged them to consent to the sale of the land, and made
the suggestion that the son wire me his consent. As soon as I hear from
them I will let you know, and if I have the hoped-for permission I will
start the sale proceedings at once. Your suggestion Hk in the second
letter that if anything is not clear you will be'glad to make it so, carried
the idea that your prospective purchaser can be kept waiting a little,
Whatever the result, I will write you when I hear from the heirs.

Mr Ham formerly did business for a time as a real estate broker by
correspondence, and has a large knowledge of the field of such work. He and
I and two others are planning a revival of that activity, starting with
the data he. already has. Contrary to my wildest tresms, I thmeefore seem
likely to become a real-estate man myself' You have my sincere apology
for the delay I have caused you. I will add that if I had not been writing
in a hurry, at the end of a Satgrday's work, I might have condensed 4 into
half the space. r"

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nissionorcevonis pnerid.tted to have a.,w rd to sym AmIcetetatinly fa ,ono else.
'Therioo wherethc atroisg,iydopndonn,willingntiO-fight org.li?'ition ouraonetu
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he uy luse u 6s sal,:mt rut t1 �oot of ong.oo:. on to-::. Very .asy fQrt'ich
lLy in to chock thW.1, up* ioquirei no .bioaitific expert. Ouight to be donaj
to heoai cf, gr e t, iff o, no Qthic roeasot. honse J.an.spocLaiot ins or,. . ..
c.nro.d. leTft dour _pen to craEil r rtune .it gr'&f.. 3o! ,*6 wiC.eIl A rightS
ith n. body w~ .tchinrg, oould steal hiAij1 of tl;�t .oth. . . . -
fr.,-: i1z hat .ia p1vobibl$ ,wrgmg with tiioe LrJ40 Si-'. ll owarces. Dges not
:'.-'.n those ?'I. will, g-t suOh fine r - o.a. os '"o0 by r-.y ..rt f'ich,tvi, ..IlAe
Ni fit�ht-lt.:4 hou to oll atAntion to such .4uarr!cf. c-inc to-t roadfi -.a
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eo are wol ;ist tIioint there t7 hiwto dilclr jwith c* dsttyou'll
findhim on hbU.elameosor on therun. I uv.azi 4 a goad,tiir vrop. to ixetc
to im;3ut h]w? d.ci,'ld not to vasta tine .o.' dignity on. jhir Andathore
:i_0.�1'ttnl.ly n o. reod NOW,t: inu-e a gpeat conconsion; to him.

Farthery,:If the 0 -.O. acted thit- way now of all timesit would arouse
eusmicicn thli;It VIs 14 with H, on torjing th CIoast citi2nliKxth:'n nul1lig
out. OkO.c:n't ffPord tht._ St.'ndcn yur. d--ignity,. if .,.y cowo.;au n eds
to boe !:ylo,v "-.'.l p'0gre, on i"t an-nu,t it throughaw ulit won't looI: lilco L
von't st:nt hier grr"i1,b3t n.u'n3 to Rll out Vol t:;vorOf.

hnowi^ if t7nyf-:-.urgeft QiCn up. lii0 i' � tjiia of thUis fight,
a I :i-,uia thi !.W) ton aioI I11 s.- ,ua-r 1u p afi. -',iJ - 1 skouid not
h've .ry!:-lb crxend by oli:..'- th', I 4o nut -.'an r ' ' esent r3 o'", 0.0.
'I noA-l T.,1 ,- : to. th- init:1itire.
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' * 'inoorilyyours,








1918 SuAderlaAd Place,
Washington, D. C.,
Sept. 4, 198822,

Dear Dr. Will:
Last July, just as I was going
away for my summer outing, I got a let-
ter from Florida, notifying me that
there were listed in the Palm Beach Post
.320 acres of land belonging to the
Fruitcrest Association, in Seo. 27,
and 80 acres belonging to an unknown
owner, on which the taxes were delinquent.
As I believe all the Fruitorest land is
assessed in your name, I do not see how
there can be an unknown owaer. However
thu-t may be, it looks serious that this
land is listed for delinquent taxes.
It may be that you are looking forward.
to paying these taxes up before the land
Sis sold, and paying the penalty on it.
The Fruitorest owners can not afford to
let this land go for taxes. If you are
not able to carry it, they should hawe
)an opportunity to come in and save it.
Will you not please explain the situation
to me?
I am constantly reminded that you
are falling in arrears in payment of
the loans you made, and even of the in-
terest thereon. I am sorry for your
embarrassments, but if they must occur
it seems that the creditors should be
kept informed. of their situation.
Yours truly,
B: Pickman Mann.





,eC gr & OKEELANTA, FLA.
OOFE HAVEN First Planned Settlement
Racked, till late, and renl wnh strile U EWl)e
Turn we to the peaceful life; Upper Everglades
From the hell of War's alarms - THOS. E. WBLL,
S.Founder
_ ;=ro OKEELANTA'S " -
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IOKEELANTA,\ FLA.
PFLa.udt.:.i. lIe,Fla, Sept 95,1,0.1
Mir*. D. teew;.u't, Cashier,
B~ink of Clewiston, Q f ' *,
C0ewiston,Fla.

S :y do .ev. o*, tew:-.."::--
I need ,l,:1050.00 in connection with my Oireel anta matt is. :,:'ci .rinil
you- former disposition to .oco ::ln(d'. teancl .ou- uniform cour-'.sy,I submit
the enclosed d:'ta.

You will notethat improvements anddevelo-?.mtsare c'"-; into our section
at an encouraging rate. these include drainage, daily irdnls,telelhioni,rook
roads,bridge over Main '>anland TH.'IL 2:.D. Important bT:u-vw'.!n 'ing 0o oP-
tunities are now at hand,awaiting capital.

Values at -l'eelanta are,I fe.l ,on a substantial bI)i. The table of lot
sales speaks for itself. Force i-'...L~d when itis known Lh.-. almost all
these sales -rctic :lly i madethemselves."

Duti for the extreme financial scPriii-.:ency in the north,i think we :iicbt Ihnvo
had quite an i;:flux of r. u-l. �n:l bun:i ess at Okeelanta last year, -rces
.re.rts now,however, indicate clearly a largo andearly incoming of pcoT-le
this fall. ,ii�,i am confiiL-i'n.,should enableme to turn ro.'erties the:'e,
both small :.nc'_l i.ge;ands. .'cur:'fo our little neighborhood some substantial
settlers anddevelopers. With those,all other ne,:dful things; will follow.

I shouldl.> the loan for 12 months;but,if necessary,will be sa.ti-fied with
half that time. The security isthe sane youacce-ted before. I have additional
excellent security in " NewOkecln'r. ,. ;ast Ex -'ision"( See Plat,bottom.) Note
that th<,10,000-per-iile, rock ro e-ct to ski.J it on the west;the sip'ler
surf'-cini: is advertised. for limit, ei J..13; hbis for rno-.d leading di',ct to
..'.Palm BA..ch;while the F.. .C.R.l . urvy is but about .00')' east4and t new
bridge across tho -in Oanal is contraobr-d for, to extend west fro:i it S.V,
corner. -o cloar title on thi:i 30-acre trict will take,howeversom A25 extra
per acrew- a triflein co: r: :ison with its value.

Hopinv\ th:isi.-y :.rovo -'-ti'-f -ctory,T renin, /, /
Very truly ycyr~ '- /







THE OKEELANTA-FRUITCREST DISTRICT
AND VICINITY


FRUITCRES F, FLORIDA, the practical plan for settling a new country


FRUITCREST CENTRAL SQUARE, Publicly Owned


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DETAIL
See Upper Glades Map, opposite page

Best Opening

OKEELANTA POULTRY FARMS: In sections 35, 27 and
neighborhood.
Features
"THE SQUARE:" Territory between North New River and
Miami Canals, and between Bolles Canal and Road, and
Lake Okeechobee.
"THE TRIANGLE:" Territory between North New River and
Hillsboro Canals, and between Cross Canal and Road, and
Lake. *
NEW OKEELANTA: Center of Settlement. At Canal crossing.
Section 35. Expanding.


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CKEELANTA ADDITION; 1014 ft.
Sec. 35, T. 44 S., R. 36 E.
Began with Tracts 67 to 74, inclusive,


ERUITCREST: Designed to group buyers, concentrate tracts, and aid co-operation. In Section 27.
Corners with Section 35. Quick run from New Okeelanta by jitney on dirt road.
"OLD" OKEELANTA: Center of Florida Everglades Land Company buyers. Includes Sect.ion 25 and
E. 1-2 of Sectidn 26. West half of townsite fully ready for utilization.
NORTHi NEW RIVER CANAL: Old, historic highway between Fort Lauderdale and Fort Myers.
Forbes' Pioneer Boat Line carried passengers, freight and U. S. mail in 1913.
PBOLLES ROAD: To'connect with Lake by road on east bank of Miami Canal.
. Palm Beach Drainage and Highway District
Cuts ditches, and builds roads and bridges. In "The Square," (above) cuts 10-foot ditches north and
south, and leaves Dirt Road banks, one-half mile apart.
LIMITS: North, Tp. line 42-43; South, Tp. line 46-47, 12 miles south of Bolles Canal and Road.
Eastk Range line 37-38; West, 4 miles, W. of County line. Includes triangle between Hillsboro
Canal and Range line 37-38 extended to S. E. corner of Sec. 13, T. 45, R. 37; and excludes Territory S.
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CLASS OF SERVICE SYMBOL
Telegram / _
Day Letter Blue
Night Message Nitle
Night Letter N L
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words) this Is a telegram. Other-
wise its character is indicated by the
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GEORGE W. E. ATKINS, FIRST VICE-PRIEIDENT


Form 1204

CLASS OF SERVICE SYMBOL
Telegram
Day Letter Blue
Night Message Nite
Night Letter N L
If none of these three symbols
appears after the check (number of
words) this is a telegram. Other-
wise its character is indicated by the
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RECEIVED AT
1"; 11 CH 39 .5 EXA iL,.'.

FY CHICA -) ILL 936A SEP' 9 1922

.-'- THOSE ELMER WILLS

FTLA.' .: .-'DALE FLO

WILL DEEPLY APPRECIATE HAV I'! YOU EET DR PRICES GRA '...ON I-'L

COOK ON TRA IN FROM JACKSO' LLE REACHINg FTLAl. .D--rALE MONDAY

', RN " - SEPT::! -ER ELEVENTH GO ";01' TO 'O.KEELANTA ON NOCi' BOAT


PLEASE WIRE "' EXP;-: . E HIS ARRIVAL


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ALL MESSAGES TAKEN BY THIS COMPANY ARE SUBJECT TO THE FOLLOWING TERMS:
To guard against mistakes or delays, the sender of a message should order it repeated, that is, telegraphed back to the originating office for comparison. For this,
on-h %h'It ihe unrepeated message rate is charged in addition. Unless otherwise indicated on its face, this is an unrepeated message and paid for as such, in consideration
wbereof i, i-~ :.reed between the sender of the message and this <(. -r..a, F, _.llows:
1. T1 he .:.r.ip , . :i Al .1 .:r be liable for mistakes or delays oa rt. 1.- .om -[,:,- or delivery, or for non-delivery, of any message received for transmission at the unre-
pr ol,-r. -.r.'- ' r.i. L.: :..l 11-.- urn of five hundred dollars; nor tor mistakes or delays in the transmission or delivery, or for non-delivery, of any message received for
ti rm:;. 0a i,' , .-. a-.... at..l- i-,... ,:..: rate beyond the sum of five thousand dollars, unless specially valued; nor in any case for delays arising from unavoidable interrup-
t,..i. n the - ri-,, - .:-, a , u :. i r.:.i lor errors in ciher or o%:- ui.. I,. : .-.
2. 1l ,-. . .ri.r tt.: .... rri . 1, Ill : . *. i.. l ble ford < in,.c- l Ir nri,1,t. 3 :r il.-:1. a; i, ,i transmission or delivery, or for the non-delivery, of any message, whether
r~s.j- b'y th, . -ni.;-r .. .- its r ., ...:-r ,. ' . beyond i-. .rumi .:.1. . ir 'a..,-n. ,1.i r.., .r i; rn..,i eaca message is deemed to be valued, unless a r'--Icr value
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3. ILbc: :..mp i'. , ...r .'.' -.. .. ar * the sender, without liability, to forward this message ,. . r i,i. hi.:- ..I a.., iher company when necessary to reach its
4 "le'a;.:-_ r-,i| h-e l..1,..r-.- 'r.:.: -.c- n C.r.-half mile of the company's office in to-r - "' ,''**' r..:.pi ,,, , ..r 1. --, and within one mile of such office in other cities
or trn, na. BfE .. �d ic. L - . rtL, tr, : , c. a,c '.' I.w.: d .:, Lundertake to make delivery, but will,v Y'.l , i,1. ,bUl ', - L i.. -: rl. r'a request, as his agent and at his expen e, endeav-
or to d.-o r, iC ,i ...r . irt I.:.r - .,r -J.I , .:r. ' . . t r .:.,- .ble price.
.. I':, rV:-r...r-.!L hii. -! [r. i.... i it- .:.:.,, rauy concerning r.. .-'.. ' Util the same are accepted at one of its transmitting offices; and if a message is sent to such
o tee' L. C.D.: o . . '. , ... r .' ri'.. :.:r,..:r . -,: ,r i,, that purpose - ,1..: i :..ur of the sender.
6 TL-....:..f.' -. . lj a.Ar L.. I... t I I-. r *Jur., i,. or statutory i-... S ir, , any case where the claim is not presented in writing within sixty days after the message is
filed r-rbh ih, c-'onisr- for transmission.
.. p.:..-, 1. r-..; !.:.% earning the transmission of messages under the classes of messages enumerated below shall apply to messages in each of such respective classes
in addition i., Ill i,.; ...r-c,.:.ii terms.
i. No -.-F,:.-. .*, 11ib. companyis authorized to varythe foregoing. THE WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH COMPANY
INCORPORATED
NEWCOMB CARLTON, PRESIDENT


CLASSES OF SERVICE


TELEGRAMS
A fuU-r.ile cxpedit.:d service.
NIGHT MIVESSAGES
A.::epted -ip to 2' .11 A.mx. at reduced rates-to be sent during the
rirTht and dl'-l.'ircd n't earlier than the morning of the ensuing busi-
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rnil,:1 :, t ,l,- it ri-,.r to the addressees, and the Company shall be
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I... ..-l..ry i.:,i L ilr -i. h Night Messages at destination, postage
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L , , i , r, , , [,- following special terms in .1 t l'ii'-n to those enu-
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A. ii,v l.. :ris ., be forwarded by the i, _ri 1i. Company as
a d, i. rr_:..cl -..r-".. - ir.. the transmission and delivery of such Day
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and delivery of re.-ei lIr i el e- i 11i.
B. Day Letters shall be written in plain En-:1Ih. Code language
ri not pn 'ni-ailIh.
c. This Day Letter is received subject to the express understand-


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Day Letter shall be delivered on the day of its date n %t. h.iI --lly, and
at all events; but that the Company's obligation in this respect is
subject to the condition that there shall remain -,iiii. .it time for
the transmission and delivery of such Day Letter on the day of its
date during regular (.Ii. - hours, -,l.i. I to the priority of the trans-
mission of i-.:-l r telegrams under the conditions named above.
No employee ot the Company is authorized to vary the foregoing.

NIGHT LETTERS
Accepted up to 2:00 A.M. for delivery on the morning of the en-
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rates, as follow: I -. standard +..1-,.o-i rate for 10 words .11 I.!
charged for the tirac ini ion of - ;, or less, and oiw-!ifth of
such standard tel',aran rate for 10 words ', - be charged ,i)r each
additional 10 words or less.
SPECIAL T'l:Ia.IS APPLYING TO uIOIIT LETT;l;3:
In further consideration of the reduced rates for this special " , .
Letter service, the - .i1. * . special terms in addition to those enu-
merated above are hereby agreed to:
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be mailed at destination to the addressees, and the (C..- .'i.- -hill
be deemed to have d; .', r:..1 its obligation in such . ,- ' .h i -
spect to delivery by m:in,.r such '2. It Letters at destination, post-
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CLASS OF SERVICE DESIRED WS T
Telegram IJ -W E E
Day Letter
Night Message
Night Letter
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OTHERWISE THE MESSAGE
,WLL BE TRANSMITTED A A NEWCOMB CARLTON. PRESIDENT
FULL-RATE TELEGRAM


Send the following message, subject to the terms
on back hereof, which are hereby agreed to

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Form 1207A

UNION



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GEORGE W. E."ATKINS, FIRST VICE-PRESIDENT


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ALL MESSAGES TAKEN BY THIS COMPANY ARE SUBJECT TO THE FOLLOWING TERMS:
To guard against mistakes or delays, the sender of a message should order it repeated, that is, telegraphed back to the originating office for comparison. For this.
one-half the urni . i,.1 i, .1 : rate is charged in addition. Unless otherwise indicated on its face, this is an unrepeated message and paid for as such, in consideration
wher...fl i. i .. I t..:r -'..: ., 'u.. ender of the message and this company as follows:
1. Th... .nr. ,. -L , 11 ri :.t be liable for mistakes or delays in the transmission or delivery, or for non-delivery, of any 1r.. -..- . r. I' for transmission at the unre-
peated-message r r. L-.. .-i ILte 3um of five hundred dollars; nor for mistakes or delays in the transmission or delivery, or I r , L.. .', of any message received for
Itr~u nu *:....a it . rr: I 1-r..-. _.: rate beyond the sum of five thousand dollars, unless specially valued; nor in any case for delays arising from unavoidable interrup-
.jr , a I.,a . .. .:.r,.,..: ..r I I a - h ,. r .r ior errors in - rnhc r or ob... ur: in..-.
2. I ai a......t it,.. .*r.- ir. shall not be hIt.k for I: ,, L .r -r- - ,3 or . S.:- . ., ii. transmission or delivery, or for the non-delivery, of any message, whether
c .1 -r.i hr cl ..- I. -.- n. -. - .- . r ants or otherwise, beyond tH, : um II .c: ...'a ..1n.1]., .. r which amount caca message is deemed to be valued, unless a greater value
L : r.:d . -i rT.,,-_ i Z ,. :. L .i- . r thereof at the time the rn a.- i. . :r, r. .1 rr I _Ir.'. r,-i.. and unless the repeated-message rate is paid or agreed to be paid, and an
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3. The company is hereby made the agent of the seil..r, r-J I .. 1.- . .I ... I ) i.. . r I is message over the lines of any other company when necessary to reach its
& I-;li[A:ili-..'Q
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or towns. Bey.:..J j 1;, . Im, 1 it. t r. ,.ar In-i does not undertake to make delivery, but will, without liability, at the sender's request, as his agent and at his expense, endeav-
or to contract '.,r i, i i .r , iu ,.i ..i ...r :,' r reasonable price.
5. * No r.. p.., . ,i.L .'[ r r J.*i,.-1 I., i h,. comp i., *:--...ra L ;, rn.- :.. i until the same are accepted at one of its transmitting offices; and if a message is sent to such
c,tfice by one of , i-:.::mr,rir ' n. - -, r.C. r ,. I,.: acts i.:.r th *r [ r i:- ",. -- --*.'. r of the sender.
6. The .- % .., ,". ',- i a.. t.., hIlt..i i-:.r damages or statutory penalties in any case where the claim is not presented in writing within sixty days after the message is
filed with the .-.:. ,ri.- f...r ' rrw-i .: i on. - �
7. Special terms governing the transmission of messages under the classes of messages enumerated below shall apply to messages in each of such respective classes
in addition to all the foregoing terms.
8. No employee of the company is authorized to vary the foregoing. " THE WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH COMPANY
INCORPORATED
NIEWCOMB CARLTON, PRESIDENT


CLASSES
TELEGRAMS
A fiiU-rate e'..pelit.:d service.
NIGHT MESSAGES
Aieoptd ii) to 2 .' 11 A.M. at reduced rates-to be sent during the
ni;ht h nI drei. -crd r..:t earlier than the morning of the ensuing busi-
ness day.
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dr:..: 1 to have discharged its obligation in such cases with respect
t.'. :i, Li cery by mailing such Night Messages at destination, postage
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D'\Y LlETTEP~ S
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i .i.. i ,i the transmission of 50 words or less and one-fifth.. '. :... : i
i a,: I ,r each additional 10 words or less.
SPECIAL TERMS APPLYING TO DAY LETTERS:
i.1 f rather r consideration of the reduced rat f-r thi special Day
. I I...- -*ervice, the Ii i .L- special terms in .I. .I, . I ,0 those enu-
iu i .'* I above are here!:- . . I . .
.. D ,- - L': i...-: ,..,, I.. t ,1. L .'.:..i by the T. I.:i !.hi Com pany as
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is not ir-ei n 'iil-le.
c. This Day Letter is received subject to the express understand-


OF SERVICE
ing and agreement that the Company does not undertake that a
Day Letter shall be delivered on the day of its date absolutely, and
at all events; but that the C.'[ir.. -rj,, obligation in this respect is
subject to the condition that there shall remain sufficient time for
the transmission and delivery of such Day Letter on the day of its
date during regular office hours, subject to the priority of the trans-
mission of regular ,i.- :r.ii- under the conditions named above.
No employee of the Company is authorized to vary the foregoing.

NIGHT LETTERS
Accepted up to 2:00 A.M. for delivery on the morning of the en-
suing business d-, - rates still lower than standard night . . ,
r J, .. as follows i....- standard I ' i I rate for 10 words -hall be
charged for the tranmi::ssion of " . I or less, :.undl onc-ifth of
such standard tel c:ram rate for 10 words .i i be charged I r each
additional 10 words or less.
SPEC1IAT 'PT-MS APPLYING TO NxIIIT LETT'It:,:
In further consideration of the reduced rates for this special " .1
Letter service, the !i . _.- special terms in addition to thl os enu-
merated above are hereby agreed to:
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be r'i. r destination to the addressees, and the Company shall
be deemed to have discharged its bhli.if inn in such cases with re-
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Seojtomber 11, 1922.




First ITtiontl. Bvnk,
Ft. .Laidordrale, Flori(c'.

foutlemen:-

I am sending herom;ith to the "loTid Ab.Lstract Co.,
':. Palm Boach, Florila,- cld-dl to So. 1/2, Tract ITO. 42,
Section 35, T. 44 S., R. 56 E. .alm Bet-cl Co., FloriC't
in favor of Thou. . . ill, Lt-. LlordE.10, Plo-rida'..

I an rh ucatin the company to .rop&re abstract
of title for ibove traot, znd :oIC same anO 'ooi to yo ..

For tdhi. tract, Mr. 1'il]. is to py me .200.00
Wv .emn sold. From this sum , yo, (-o ieroby authLorized
to -, thle bill oS' t'.0 .botr;ct comp>vny1 ni.C rTnmit balance
to rae,at- -.bove adidires, 4Lndi-nr: e( nKl ahsJtrtc- to
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Pa ,ashi-ngtoff DC Sept 12 '1922

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Fort Lau-. le Fla

Have executed deed v.ill forward at once


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September 12,1922.



Mr. Thomas E. '. ill,
Ft. laud L, 1- :e , Florid..

Dear . '., ill,

Your letter of August 26th addressed to "- erville, Ill.
just reached me , as I was married about a uicth ago antd am
livin- in Chicago.

Your mention of a prospective sale for one half of tract
42 is good news at this time, Es I am now in the Hospital
convalescing from an operation for a~p endicitis and can use
the money ..: - . .

I am agreeable to dispose of my ten acre tract in five
acre lots and am willing to accept %200.0Q net for each five
acres, but it was my desire that the 11 .'. be sold at a price
sufficient to take c::',e of cost of new abstract, commission
'..: O., leaving t se O~.CO net t-_.~. However, if this cannot
be done and it is necessary that I . the costof :e._ -'.:.tract|
in order to make the sale, I will .acce t 2-0.00 less cost
for each five acre tract.

I have therefore written t: ' ir:: Dational . : at 1,.
L.ud :,.'lIe a9s :-ouy requestf.C, but would appreciate the $200.00
net if you can w-ossib1- arr.ngeas you are 1awre, I act-u:
-:id' that much for it years ago.

I am much leased with the interest you are taking in
endeavoring to dispose of my ro)perty t... will certainly
-reciate it when you find a y-r for the remaing five
acres. Copies of my letter to FloridL Abst-act Co. Lan the
bank for your reference.are enclosed herewith.

21ill be glad to hear from you from ti_.e to time.

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CAPITAL. $50.000.00
ABSTRACTS OF TITLE AND TITLE INSURANCE
W. R. LAWLEY. PRESIDENT THE TITLE IS MORE VALUABLE THAN THE LAND" 1. N. COLCLOUGH. SECRETARY
J. W. MEANS, VICE-PRESIDENT J. W. COMSTOCK, TREASURER
...-- WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA


September 15, 1922.








Mr. Thomas h. Will,
Fort Lauderdale, Florida.

Dear Sir:-

We have today received from Mr. Allen Colton, of
Washington, D.C., a deed covering trrffT30 in
Section 35-44-36, and also a request for an
abstract.

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the abstract to forward the same with the deed to
the First National Bank of Ft. Lauderdale.

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and forward the same to the Bank with instructions
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Dr. T. F. Will,

Fort Lauderdale, Tlorida.

My dear Dr. Will:

I returned yesterday after an absence of several days, and

found a remittance from the First ' tional Bank of Fort Lauderdale of

1,77.50 mwaitin~; me, proceeds of the five-acre tract sold to you. ?..

Florida Abstract rc:.:,.r." cha:'*-i 210.00 for in abstract coveriit-, as

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that CCL.z..A.y's method of patriotically ecvrrglng the settlement and

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