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Business Correspondence. Apr. 1, 1926 - Apr. 30, 1926
ALL VOLUMES CITATION THUMBNAILS PAGE IMAGE ZOOMABLE
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STANDARD VIEW MARC VIEW
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/AA00000147/00154
Finding Guide: A Guide to the Thomas E. Will Papers
 Material Information
Title: Business Correspondence. Apr. 1, 1926 - Apr. 30, 1926
Series Title: Business Correspondence
Physical Description: Archival
Publication Date: Apr. 1, 1926 - Apr. 30, 1926
Physical Location:
Box: 13
Folder: Business Correspondence
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Everglades (Fla.)
Okeechobee, Lake (Fla.)
Okeelanta (Fla.)
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Dear air,- .iadly release my papers at the bar at enee

art, aue bank frtward to me.

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SAM'L R. COPPER
LICENSED BROKER
EVERGLADES LANDS
OKEELANTA, FLORIDA
Apr. 5. I'co.

Thos E. "ill,
Fort Lauderdale, Fla.

near roctcr:-

In re the Tempnleton tract, the bank ..islaid the deed,
and sent a new one here for him to execute, a:nd evi"-ently -rot
the description froi.i the mortgage Linle & Co sent.

The description is .rron, as I never haa the ,'4 of
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I supnose the bani: can ohane,.e the :.escription to conform
to the deed, .;ith the consent of Lin *le :Co. but if not, It .;ill
have to be sent back.

;o..' Dr, this has been hanwinr: fire toe lon-i, and I have
been waiti.: for my icney too loivn, and so have you.
I i.a:.e this deal thru you, ani. I ca-nnct surrender the
deed to Lin-ile an:.. Co., until a settlement is i.,ae, anend I surely
aii not 'oi... to let t:.ei. have it at cost, which T would d oe .0oin-
if tl-hy get the ?ee., and Tei.,ei1ton the mort.,Lae.
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,et 3. y 'u 3-...49, and. "r, Li ,:le '3- ...E and T have no
right to release the ied. until this s~etle.,eent is ...a:.e.
-.o, this is f-rLial notice to you, that unless the auove
settlei..ent is i.&le within 30 :..L:ys froi date. I ill ;ive Te..pleton
a liort.,g executed' by L.e-, and return the ...IT :. Lin.,le pii.,
in excha.n~ for tle abstract.
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tract.
.';. please attend to this at once, for this is final.
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April 5, 1926.








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

Dear Sir:

I have your favor of the 27th ult. relative
to your contract for the purchase of my ten acres of
land in Palm Beach County and contents noted.

Since you have had me tied up,I have turned
down several bona fide offers at quite an advanced
figure over what you were to pay for the tract.

This is to notify you that I expect to hold
4you liable for all damages which I have sustained by
reason of your breach of your contract. I am also
expecting the Bank in which you deposited the binder
money to respond to me in that amount. I wish also to
have my abstract returned inasmuch as you have abandoned
your contract. I will instruct my attorney to take the
necessary proceedings to enforce my rights in the pre-
mises both as against you and the bank.

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April 5th, 1926.

Mr. Thomas E. Will,
Miami,
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Dear Mr. Will:-

I have received word from Mrs. Hayes, persuant to the arrange-
ments which we tentatively made while I was in Miami, recently,
and she is willing to accept the acreage which you offer in
Exchange for the Holmes-Martin tract*

SI have written my son to go to the bak and make arrangements
for them to receive the paners in escro, from either end.

S I shall expect you to execute a warranty ,ee o ~Xh.tou.
au&_ and render a written_g.tatement to th e .ffec.t that the
ta.-are...aL!_aid. and that they are antlrelyLfree from all
Miahr .9,f ~ any kind. My son may wish to look over such
abstract data as you have on these acres.

Mrs. Hayes will forward the papers which should come to you at
an early date.

It is a pleasure to me that we are reaching an amicable adjust-
ment of this matter.

Very truly yours,



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April 6, 1926.



Mr.Thomas E. Will,
229-Bryan Avenue,
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Dear Sir:-

We have received a
letter from Mr. Thompson of Sheridan,
Oregon stating that unless we receive
payment at once for his tract, we should ;
return the papers together with thebinder.

Trustin; that you can make
arrangements to take this up at once, we
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7. It cr r .- 1 tha in nr\' ct iT 1.- thI nrr-,'p-nr s .: r. r :,c.- r th I- i i..r .i.n mn -.. .r m-si i-:t tl.. pr-:rnr t an.i corrr L t I rI n-itono :i r 1 .lilrl ry th. rF[p (
Ehlb l br pr- ir,~li. uI i' t to r-bur r 1I -,y ,ifm D.:t- t -I *'--1.i '1-.
S ^pt-- II II-r rtr rcI rr.Ir : it- Ir er r ii i :.i .. t r.i :- c-, i un-I- r ith cei at ni ms i lia a c e Lunit 'i fila Blil -l rI .I 10 t nn' %ri e it a- r I I oui h i i I.it -- ui II-E .-
It rid dlii,.-n wi ,ill I r. i -n l I.r...
SNo -no.,l ...th. r,'.mp.i,, u uthurz.hr i to vrs iLt Ic..-..:oai THE WESTERN U*NION TELEGRAPH COMPANY
SIhCORPORaTCD
NEWCOMB CARLTON, PRCSIDLrNT


CLASSES
TELEGRAMS
A fuli-rate expedited service.
NIGHT MESSAGES
Accepted up to 2.0)0 Il i. nt reduced rates Io be ent during: the
night and de'hl.i-crd not eariber than the niitrnine o(i the ieniu'IU bus.-
ness day.
Night IMe-a er- may at the portion of the Tele:raph Cnnmrnrinv bI,
mailed at dr-tin-.il.at iitr. thp niddJr ;i-:c -. and the- C(ompan,. li.ill hb'
deemed to ht-o -e drlch-.ricl it is obhhation in c.,.ih r.i-l ce wit ri'prect
to deliver, ty mailing suih Night Mlle-iagi, it d&-6tination. posta o
prepaid.
DAY LETTERS
N .iTrrr- dil:, service at rri; Ij,'r t!ij.n thie tandird ltc-lo'rirni
rates i? folloiw- (n ii nd iu .n-n-hb ilf in. ti.-' 51 indardl Nihlit Lirttir
rate for ihe: rrronnis:.ia o'f d. s-.r.i -,r I..- and onle-tilth of th-e Initial
rates for e -'a.h .-bl.1t1-tral 10 v.,.-ri- or I:-.
SPECIAL TERMS APPLYItNG TO D.\, LETT FR
In f-rtne-r ,onitirriatin of othe Fi'lrd I'-1 rilt for this .pe-rial Day
Lertirr -ernt.. the fill-.w.'in sp--l'.ial t-nerm.- in editionn to thl)-e enu-
merated ab-,'.e are he-reby aCrn c-i t:.
A. Day Letter- may -e f-r-'ar3Jid'l by the TleEraph Coimpani as
a deferred service and the transmission and delivery of i'lch Day
Letters it, in all respects, suib.irdinrte 1 ) the' pri.nity of trarnrtmisiuit
and deili.-ry of regular tltlePeram
B. Pay, L-ittir-r; ih'll be wv.-rt n in lain En'hlih. Colod, lanrnuai
is not p'ermrriiiihle.
c. This Day Letter is received subject to the express understand-


OF SERVICE
oC and1 d arceinent that the Companv d-oes not undertake that a
D.,' Lettr.r ball be debhv-.-r:d on the day of its date absolutely, and
at all events. butt that the iColmpny'pns oblgi.-itl in Ihl- rts:pect is
,bjhject to: the condition that there shall remain suflfirlnt time for
ih, tranrsmi.4sio and di l;very of such Day Letter on thi day of its
.1'ri d.irin regular olffi e lilhurs. ubject tn the priority of thi trani-
uj-i:non of re-rilar tele-crams under the conditions naunmdl above
N-i i.mployee ',f the C'impany is authorized to vary the foreCgoII .

NIGHT LETTERS
Ar.'tn td up tIo '2 11 A I for drilr.cry vn the morning of the en-
-ttintT lilui.-in'. da at r.at- ill I.I er tlian slandtrd ml n ht iwi'e'a'ce
rac. a. f[,ll-.-., IThei and.tirl i-leograim r:tec for hl wirsnl shit ll beh
eh-lareei f-or lihe. tr-in-nmeaiiii i..f I0 n) .ris ir IPr -, .ii.m l ,i. e-lifthi if
sit'h -tandarlirt t-el-,,r.ini rat' fir t10 worJds .-ihuill 6 riiargled for rach
additional lu wjrdls o)r 1.',-.
SPE-i .L rLrtL1%S WP'PLII T"O NIGHT L.t-rrc-<.
In frlrther :-onsideration nf rlir- ri-ilrtnc-l r-m[i for this reri:l N lnht.
Letler crervinc, the f.llojwtin S|l.,i lal tierini in addition to llti ern'i-
merte -l above are hereby agru-'d I.-:
.. Night LetLers mr'y nt thli otliser of thl'Ie Trle:r)hnli Cnmpiinv
Ii' trI. 'dd at dF--ita:t .n:rn to Ihr- aildr. e-.r't.', "indi thle Cit'1nll tnv '1'III
he d-Jemrn'd to have dishhargCedi itt olsltnion in EUCI C.LP( a with rc-
sjliCt ito delivery b.y mtilir.n su-ch Ni:ght .etters at de1stlnation, pnst-
1ae prei-taid.
n Night Iette-r.s hall be written in jl:iin Enghldli. Cnde langunar'
iJ not permissible.
No employee of the Company is authorized to vary tho foregoing.





ASS OF SERVICE DESIRED
TELEGRAM
DAY LETTER
NIGHT MESSAGE
NIGHT LETTER
Patrons should mark an X oppo-
site the class of service desired
OTHERWISE THE MESSAGE
WILL BE TRANSMITTED AS A
FULL-RATE TELEGRAM


WESTE


TEL
NEWCOMB CARLTON. PREsIDENT


UNION


AM
GEORGE W. E. ATKINS. FIRST VICEPRESIDENT


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


To /J//

Street d No. b f'
dvo /. / ]. r ,


Form 1207A
NO. CASH ORCHG

CHECK

TIME FILED


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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 i, tclieraph.?d back to the origib.ting office for comparison For tins,
one-half the unrcpeated message 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 between the sender of the mersage and this company as follows.
1. The company shall not be liable for mistakes or driea in the transmission or delivery. or for non-d,.livery, of any message reertved for tranamsm sion at the unre-
peated-message rate beyond the sum of thv. hundred dollars: nor for mistakes or delays in the trannr ierion or deliver. or icr non-drlihery, of any message received for
transmss-ion at the repeated-mes.saEr rate beyond the sum al five thousand dollars, ufdsss spclatlly rlrduel; nor in any case for delays arising from unavoidablr interruplion
in the working of its hnes: nor for errors in iiphcr or obscure messages
2. In any event thr company shall not be liable for damages for mistakes or delatv in the transmission or delivery. or for the non-irlirvry, of any message, whether
caused by the neglienree of its a' rvants or othcrni'e. beyond the sum of rve thousand dollars, at which amount "ach me-age is di-emed to le valued. unless a greater value
is stated in writing by the sender thereof at the time the message is tendered for r.in.smisnson, and unless the repeated-message rate is paid or agreed to be paid, and an
additional charge equal nt one-tenth of one per cent of the amount by which such ualuasirn shall exceed tve thousand dollars
3 The company is hereby made the agent of the sender, without, kibilay, to forward this message over the lines ol any other company when necessary to reach its
destination.
4. Messages will be delivered free within one-half mile of the company's office in towns of 5.000 population or Ires, and within one rile of such office in other cities
or towns. Beyond thee limits the company dc.os not undertake to make delivery., but will, without liability. aL heI endLr's request, as his agent and at hi expense, endeav-
or to contract for him for e-rh delivery at a reasonable price.
5 No responsibility attarsbh to this 'ompnny e..n.r rninc messages until the same are acrepLtd at one of its trr n.rmittinc offices, and if a mre'iert is acnt to such
office by one of the compare's micssangrErs. he ne lior that purpose as th'" agent of the sender
6 The company will not be li-ble for damages or statutor.t penaltis in any case where the claim is not presented in writing within si'ty da s aficr the message is
filed with the company for transmission
7. It is agreed that in any uaciin hy the comp-ny to recover the tollI for any mrsange or mearsuq( the promnrt and corner t transmission anl delivery thrreof
shall be prrsumnd, subject to rbutt.l by competent evi.llence.
8 Spe ial terms gu'errnin the transmission of nlessages under the classes of messages enumerlatd helow shall apply to mnesages in each of such respective rlnaseg
In addition to all the foreg..An, terms
P. No employee oi the company ia authorized to vwry the foregoing. THE WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH COMPANY
INCORPORATED
NEWCOMB CARLTON. PRESIDENT


CLASSES OF
TELEGRAMS
A full-rate expedited service.
NIGHT MESSAGES
Accepted up to 2.00 A..t. at reduced rates to ho sent during, Ihe
night and delivered not earlier than the morning of the ensuinE busi-
ness day.
Night Messages may at the option of the Telegraph Company be
mailed at destination to the adnlrps.ccs, and the Company shall he
deemed to have discharged its obligation in stich cases with rislperl
to delivery by mailing such Night Messages at destination, postage
prepaid.
DAY LETTERS
A deferred dny service at rates lower than the standard telegram
rates as follows: One and one-hlalf times tie standard Nitght Letter
rate for the transmission of 5U words or less and one-fifth of the initial
rates for each additional 10 \words or less.
SPECIAL TCIltM APPLYING TO nAY LETTERS:
In further consideration of the rctill-i'.l rate for this special Day
Letter service, the following speltcial terns in addition to thase enlu-
merated above are hereby agrecdl to
A. Day Letters may lbe forwarduil lv the T'ltlegralph ('Comlpainv I-
a deferred service and the Iralimntss.inn and delivery of miuh DIay
Letters is, in all respects, subordinate to the priority of transmiasion
and delivery of regular telegrams.
n. Day Letters shall bo written in plain English. Code language
is not permissible.
c. This Day Letter is received subject to the express understand-


SERVICE
ing and agrrcment that the Company does not undertake that. a
Day Letter -hall be deivredl on the.day of its date absolutely, and
at all events, but that lthe Company's obligation in this respect is
subject tii the ri-ndhillon that there shall remran sl tllficient time for
the tr:tnimis-wi',n nIII deivrli ry of surh Day ILtter on the day of ils
dale durinit r r,-gilar fflet Ii tarqt, subject to llter priority of the tran'-
irnTwiIon rIf retitlar tclrgratln und'r hlle ondllllons named above.
No emni;oyee 'i the 'omptiany is authorized to vary the foregoing.

NIGHT LETTERS
Ar'cpltedl t .I 2 0no % M. for delivery on the morning of the en-
sing humit inc' diay, at rat.i' still lower than standard night qiessang
ratrnl ai f llow- "': Th, si.tnliarl: tIelegramr rate fo.r 10 words shall be
ch.irwcd ffor titi Ir:tiitnilsi.on (if r 1) words ior le.s. and one-bfth of
sai.hi ta:ib.ir'1 C'l vlr-t'in rT:c for 10 words shall be charged for each
additional 10 word.- ur Is's.
sri'> iu. ri:rMS .%APrIt.Y N TO NIGHT LErTER3t
In fiirlltr rnnsidleratl.on of the reillred rates for this special Night
Letier service. the fillbiwinig lpevial trmsni in arldition to lthoste cnu-
miratlitid ailivI arte hcrehy nacire'd to
A, Night Ltttei'rs nitvy at tlit option of tihm Telegraph Comin niv
i'he iitlli'l .I ll illuilln Iln lith a iilres-e-. andi li t Cinolp ny sh:ll
lie doonnild to have disnhlrgedil its obligation in suh'l clens will rc-
spect to d-liver y by mailng atch Night Letters at destination, post-
age repaitl.
u. Night Letters shall be written in plain English. Code language
is not permissible.
No employee of the Company is authorized to vary the foregoing.







W SSOF SERVICE SYMBOL
TELEGRAM
DAY LETTER BLUE
NIGHT MESSAGE NITE
NIGHT LETTER N L
It none of these three symbols
appears after tne check (number ot
words) this is a telegram. Other-
wiseits character indicated bythe
symbol appearing after the check.


Form 1204

W ESN CLASS OF SERVICE SYMBOL
WEST UNION ^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-
wiselts charactersindicatedbythe
NEWCOMB CARLTON. parstorEN GEORGE W E. ATKINS, FIRST VICE-PRESIDENT symbol appearing after the check.


The filing lime as shown in the dale line on lull-rate telegrams and day letters, and the time at receipt at destination as shown on all messages, is STANDARD TIME.
Received at
1 .1Z -IA 17

CO ..11 A11 FLO 342P APR 83 1926

THOMAS E WILL

FTL AUDERDALE FLO

WIRE QUICKLY IF YOU CA! DELIVER EIGHT HUNDRED ACRES PALM.BEACH

COUI'TY AT SIXTEE,! DOLLARS PROSPECT I E 3UYER \JAI I'lG

j I vIIA uRKEo CO


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,rmni 12'04
CLASS OF SERVICE SYMBOL W E CLASS OF SERVICE SYMBOL

DAY LETTER BLUE DAY LETTER BLUE
NIGHT MESSAGE NITE NIGHT MESSAGE NITE
NIGHT LETTER N L NIGHT LETTER N-
If none of these three symbols It none ol these three symbols
appears afterthe check (number of L appears after the check (number of
words) this is a telegram. Other- words this is a telegram. Other
wiseits characterisindicated bythe wise its character Is ndcated by the
symbol appearing after the check NEWCOMB CARLTON. PReSIDENT GEORGE W. E. ATKINS. FiRST VICE-PRErIDNC symbol appearing after the check.
The filing time as shown in the date line on full-rate telegrams and day letters, and the time of receipt at destination as shown on all messages, is STANDARD TIME.
Received at


imZ MI 9

STAUGU STINE FLO 1147P APR 8 1926


THOMAS E WILL


FTLAUDE:;-'LIALE FLO

ARRIVE '4C-TPALMD! ACH TO'JlOi-:ROW t.1ORil l[f PLLA3. : IlL..T I E 1.1MOiTl-'EY

HOTEL


JOHil H CHANDLER


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COAL TAR


B. M. EATON. MANAGER


April 9, 1926.


LMr. Thomas E. Will,
Box 275,
Ft. Lauderdale, Florida.


Dear Sir: aw

Appreciate your letter with check for 5.7500 and enclose
herewith receipt. Will have this deed executed by my Mother if you
will let me know who to make it out to. Assume that you may wish
it made direct to Angima if he is the party you are selling it to.
You can figure up the balance due and if not convenient for you to
send check, will take a notege vering balance and send deed along.
Presume if I send you the tax bill I paid for 1925 you will see
that your party sends me money-order covering same.

Am writing to Fenno as suggested and assure you I much
appreciate the suggestion. I have inherited a small lot of land
at St. Cloud and unless something very unexpected happens, am
going to6pend next winter in FlPxida and at least have the satis-
faction of going over these lots if they are not too far under J
water. Do not know any one in the vicinity a.nd yout will be the
first man I shall call on.

Yours very truly, K \


B. M. Eaton.


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We locate buyers on Gov. Specializing in Farms and
ernment, State andpriaate Fruit Lands in Florida
properties and Jackson Co., Mich.
A. A. BAKER, Real Estate

LAND AGENCY

Permanent Address
West Palm Beach, Florida
Parma. Jackson Co., Mich.


746 N. East -.vco
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Just vr11''e 0o e. AC in r,-c i c a 1 'cr fror ..* ...,Cullour'.
I an inclo.ninr- 1 !r. Ic' -or vwi'h tile lani n lelecr, trustinl; i.:t on u, i:
Sanswer the-c le, j.'r ; -,..1 r. .urn tl -cu-:- letter to Lr . cCull u,,- for
'cLo" 0n.
If you wll call at .2- '.:-rt'_ J. ''t anri bc- rP,. lie:; n'1- 7.e ill
t 're -7ou the .cci:- I ht I ler. f or ou fror: the :-,..nhi.
'1.c c 't' r 1 In "- ,. v I '!- N'cl"- :. chl pic:. ti1 to
S* e 1 Tone.
,. so.i:n as -. :. *.r" e, t:-', r(: r -, ..* f. c n I .ill
n.c:.;-. to Qto e Cet I. n ome 'i' f '.- l" 1. w ': r -1 en i'.''
Ln :'.' c-::..'n';i *"o-eor- t n. If he : chr;-.: tz c:.l .]~.<; nc ot u-o "' I.o:".;
-- ill In a " '. the -n r:. :.t .- I be-lic-. ch..:: tz l:... Cold
f ee' .'. :ecir.l n n ,*1 rdin-' if 1' e 3t.".l ,.r- 1l1 .-: ,: -4,:. I would
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.ec. 4 und 1', ", 1, i. 7. he.: to c i .'- r
r. onr r.nd C-' a.r:in: 1 :.:'.n e'. for 20 J. nr r : ro f'r-) the
ut'! rn at' ':-] '' "':' Co. e f .n aid Ur' c. 4, . c:'.-
re re soet e !..cir : d a lil'et le.3. for ", 10. ce 4 i4 11. -:.t
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Letter to 11 i 'ro..., ind Iox e ,. Juilo, o- 1 1-..
v. li ,. l .eh -. 1 .1. ire ch cither. '.c 1 v1 v ], ."'e 'n: < :~ ia 'n cr '-;-c
O1:-e lI' to Ahn:ioeiaton. '" e- l r .': e o C cJ' of he rtlin- r'. uf t11 ',e*-
in1 of 1010 u:nd I n no l-" 1.'d .; '1I rive :.vu. u -1tuplic.te. .f '.tLI 11ll
write to ;rn. 11-.m ..:ith of the Lalk orth ieOrt l a1'.c 111 I .l:. r Iv
-r c V .T"o t JIn *- 'r1 oJl.' 1' lC' (t o "o '. I h'l.i v 1 1 ... :0
r' l ie"c'r '-t:'.c' -ir-lar, Judre '. ii' -.lf', h ve lei trr.' id 1.' fuct I
tr''nl" l noec of !"' nirtfClcatr c- nd oithr-"' v:. 't: ')lo itji JuI;:e ;:lth
f'cOr. he dl"'-',. onf.ldc'ntlial ma ilr r.rn the-- u:nt h v'.. .. -' :.
their filco. i-'oc.:-l- r the c' n,-'c c' l'..C Aith rt ..I! 'r,. '" ,.dlc'
i*' ,;,:..-o fn:. or Attornc Cil.-.', '~ e j t LrI.c tz; t d '(c-nd. C'" an wss
Jerome *.c3.1 rn. I7e liv'.. in P1'o ".' *h n' pos- '1 ". .'r 1 iar -&
frn maIon l '-i'o. tlho",e oi'r-,- al 4.or- ... and .e an- h- ve this ,vid.. co.
'.he 1: is coombisna',l n or a '*-rn'-. ae -LJ.le.in. '*- c ha:ve no
noliticnl infl' en.cc *'. l1 i.C1. 1-:flucncc ia the -'o'. Or in :1.. .
:.-.nd that is ;'-mcr r 1a J -h- t ia the ,. ul'r objjetl.,- to :hc, Davi: c..: '.) .-
tl.on for at' .:..:' .- '. t I. 1-,e. -'t, i,-i :s e d a ze" p ,l-j Il
11 *e' in i' ~ (':.eb o d 'c h -' flii, 't for us. I c., n :' j i '. i e 0
th Iat I lh r. in :Il.1d r.:: ni -l.a r;rlu is th .. of thi .
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We locate buyers on Gov- Specializing in Farms and
ernment, State and private T Fruit Lands in Florida
properties f and Jackson Co.. Mich.
A. A. BAKER, Real Estate

LAND AGENCY

Permanent Address
West Palm Beach, Florida
Parma, Jackson Co.. Mich.

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We locate buyy on Gov- Specializind in Farms and
Ma State and private Frnit Lands in Florida
properties and Jackson Co., Mich.
A. A. BAKER, Real Estate

LAND AGENCY

Permanent Address
West Palm Beach, Florida
Parma, Jackson Co., Mich.

746 N. East Ave.,
Jackson, Michigan
April 10, 1926

Dr. Thos. E. Will
229 Bryan Ave.,
Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.

Dear Friend:

Just arrived home. Am in receipt of a letter from Mrs. McCullough,
I am inclosing this letter with the Funk letter, trusting that you will
answer these letters and return the Funk letter to irs. icCullough for
request.
If you will call at 424 North J. St and see Tir. Iiles and he will
give you the specimen that I left for -ou from the mound.
The weather is fine in Michigan now and I am very much pleased to
be at home.
As soon as you perfect the iea'rt and forw.'y, a copy to me I will
proceed to take action of some kindTnf advisable 44 apply for a receiver
in the Okeelanta Corporation. If the Schwartz deal does not .o through
the- will be in a mess. At the present time I believe Schwartz has cold
f.ft. A question in his mind if the railroad will go through. I would
advise you to get acquainteJ. with one, i.r. Peteson, who is the owner of
Sec. 4 and 10, T. 42, R. 37. These two sections formerly belong.-d to
'Ir. Conners and were originally purchased for ,.200. per acre from the
Southern State ELand and Timber Co. Peter:son paid for -.c. 4, ,,50. per
acre sometime back and a little less for Sec. 10. Sec. 4 is the finest
section on the shores of Lake Okeechobee.
Letter to William E. Brown and Geor-e 'i. Jonas, Royal Palm iVay,
Pplm Beach will reach either. They have valuable information for the
Okeelanta Association. The- also have a corn- of Tte minutes of the meet-
ing of 1919 and I am satisfied will give you a duplicate. If You will
write to r.-. .111.ism Smith of the L:,k.e '.orth Herald she will also give
you information and would be pleased to meet v,.,u. I believe that she
and her mother-in-law, Jud,' e ".iiith's wife, have i,- lel1,i-r : and in fact I
trusted some of my certificates and other vni.n1Tble :ajter with Judge Smith
before he died. Confidential matters and i-he. :iust have this matter in
their files. Possibly these papers were left with Bert..inters or Judge
Thompson or Attorne*. Jully, The Attorne- that defended Cap an was
Jerome_ eidman. He lives in Palm Beach and possily he borrowed my in-
formation from those other attorne- .: and he may have this evidence.
The Davis combination of attorneys are RepuJlican. They have no
political influence. The political influence is the niover in Palm Beach
and that is Democratic. That is the only objection to the Davis comaina-
tion for attornie-o that I have. Thompson, Winters and an-iexed-Tj.l-e'0--.1io
lives in Palm Beach would be the finest for us. I can get th-e-judd'es name
that I have in mind from DouglasGraham who is the owner of the Graham
Circle on the Okeechobee Road between Olive and Dixie, hou se ', 4. We

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e lo b G Speeializinf in Farms and
W St r1oae ybuatera on Gov- Fruit Lands in Florida
p properties and Jaokson Co., Mich.

A. A. BAKER, Real Estate

LAND AGENCY

Permanent Address
West Palm Beach, Florida
Parma, Jackson Co., Mich.
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Dr. Thos. E. Xill



t;-lkel this matter over and he certainly has had the exri ce with all
attorneys in Palm Beach and is capable of ju]rlin- who is who. Mr.
Graham is one of the most reliable and trusted friends that I have ever
had in Palm Beach, a person who has acquired at least a million_dollars
by good judgment in Palm Beach Count," and with plenty fighting ability
to get it. If you call on him just mention that you want the judges
name that I talked with him about in Palm Beach and he will kindl-- give
you the name and this person I believe will engineer our deal through
to a finish and will never lay down or flunk out. Whatever -ou do
rame up submit a copy to me and I am quite sure we can agree. Before
ve take any action ve must be setJ._c -:in this important matter.
This property will run into millions of dollars before five years
and worth fighting, for and in order to get action we must have perfect
coorirt-tion with some stockholders. Mrs. ..cCulloun h should be in Lake
Worth or Palm Beach to take care of the correspondence. She can do more
and understands better than any attorney in Palm Beach County and she )
certainly need _encouragement and sur-ort. She with others of the same
nature are the only owners to guard the stockholders and in this kind
of people the stockholders must place their holdingsland trust or they
will simply have nothing in a short time.

Yours with bes v wishes,


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Okeelanta, Florida.
April. 11. 1926.

Mr. Thomas E. Will,

Fort Lauderdale.

Florida.



Dear Mr Will.
We have recieved the Receipt and your letter
and I thank you very much. and we will try and make another
payment as soon as we can.
Everything is alright and hope it is the same with you folks

Enclosing you will find a money order for Fifteen (15.00. B)rs i
for the lots.

Best regards to all of you.

as ever your Friend.



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CLASS OF SERVICE DESIRED
TELEGRAM
DAY LETTER
NIGHT MESSAGE
NIGHT LETTER
Patrons should mark an X oppo-
site the class of service desired:
.OTHERWISE THE MESSAGE
I WILL BE TRANSMITTED AS A
FULL-RATE TELEGRAM


WESTE


TEL
NEWCOMB CARLTON. PRESIDENT


UNION

RAM
GEORGE W. E. ATKINS, FIRST VICE-PRE[IDENT


Form 1207A
NO. CASH OR CHG


TIME FILEDCK
TIME FILED


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

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T.:. r r. ',.:., i mi l. i .I. I, I. 1 t, ,. .i.r i -1 message should ordI r it r r.." It.i. that is, i .. crapbL.r!] 1.k in the originating office for comparison. For this,
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I TI,. .rip a[., I ,ll tI I. L', liable for n. I 31.. : or delaI iri. I. r.i.rl'. i r : .n ,,r delivery, or for non-delivery, of any message received for transmission at the unre-
r I. i.. .j- Cn ,c: r.~l: i. .. I 1 I -ul I of fiG,. L .n-.lr .I 1L liars; i..r I.1r i.. -i i' .. r .- i .'I.* in the transmission or delivery, or for non-delivery, of . mr : .L'. received for
tr i ri r.-,, .n r ,I r ..- i. J-r, ,~. rate .r .-.r. i tl .,ii of fii 1,.. ,ri .1l.. I r-, ,'I;'. .. specialty ralued,; i -.i ; .,Ir ease for delays arising from IIr. i .' iL -lIlI interruption
Iii i .: '"..rtl o.,- '.ti I't. i..-. I. .r [.r rrors in cipher or obscure messages. I
It, r, r *.%t I1.. i .i [r, shall not bi lihblp for dimirasa for mistakes or delavs in the transmission or ,I I I ., or for the non-delivery, of any message, whether
-'.1l l\. r11 L I'l.- I .. I -, i 'ts1It or o I i, I .. l ir -. i i- ., .I h i, I...,.- 1, I ,l.l *\"d which anouint) L ...I. .' .1 emed to be valued, unless a V'r, Ir ir i, li.
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.l'ii .i..n 1 hiir, ., t to one-tehth of on. r..-r i t 1.1 *.i t,, .aI...art t . ti-h ou-h i .., n, -I. .II exceed five thousand dollars.
u. i'',. *-*.,rl'lir. is hereby made tII. jt,.i -.1 hi, -.. n> r. 'vAli...i,, I .'. In i.i- ,iii I-,. message over the lines of any other company when tineessary to reach its
i. 'Iill 1t,.r
1 .1. .... .-II I. .I, livered free within one-half mile of t'L- ,,l'r ,,r'.'- office in t(o .. '. "i'' i i,,,i ai..r ..r 1. is, and within one mile of such office in other cities
: r '.. r. P ' .T.1 Ih1. .. .i. i, i.....I! Ir s does not undertake to ~.11.i ., lI r. but will, 'I i I st v I, 1i r's request, as his agent and at his expense, endeav-
or to contract for him for ,... I. It -r .1 a reasonable price.
5. No i -r. ..,'* II' ches to this company concerning messages until the same are accepted at one of its transmitting offices; and if a moessae is sent to such
office by one of r1, .. iI, '. -esseingers, he acts for that purpose as tihe agent of the sender..
6. The ***i '.. i '1 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 iar r ,.; :.
7. It is agreed that i r. ., n .i by the company to recover the tolls for any messagFo or rmeissa;res the prompt and correct trarnmiision and delivery thereof
shall be Tpr. ..ih, l. :,.l'ct to rebuttal by competent evidence.
8. i i, .e,. ,:.., .,;r, i,,. transmission of messages under the classes of messages enumerated below shall apply to messageR in each of such respective erases
in additi-.r, I .i rl I..r ..., rlr...
9. No employ. .1 it ...r..i p., is authorized to vary the foregoing. THE WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH COMPANY
irNEWCO B CAR.LT Pr SIN
NEWCOMI3 CARLTON. PRCSIDCNT


CLASSES OF
TELEGRAMS
.\ iull-r.'i r\'I..dhted service.
NIGHT MESSAGES
\--.' .'t.l up to 2:00 A.M. at reduced rates to be sent diirmr the
night and delivered not earlier than the morning of the ensuing busi-
ness day.
Nicht, ?,.'-- -i-.: may at the option of the T. I,:crnph Company be
rm-.L,' at destination to the addressees, and the Company shall be
deemed to have .1i.-1, lir: its obligation in such cases with respect
to delivery by mailing such Night Messages at destination, postage
prepaid.
DAY LETTERS
A deferred day service at rates lower than the standard lii -r II,
rates as follows: One and one-half times the standard Niglit I. 11. r
rate for the transmission of 50 words or less and one-fifth of the initial
rates for each additional 10 words or less.
SPECIAL TERMS APPLYING TO DAY LETTERS:
In further (..n-idr:ir.i of the reduced rate for this special Day
Letter service, the following special terms in ilI.hilit I to those enu-
merated above are hereby agreed to:
A. Day Letters may be forwarded by the T.'1 I.-er:il 'r.1. '0I.r, as
a deferred service and the transmission and delivery -, 1*h I ay
Letters is, in all respects, subordinate to the priority of transmission
and delivery of regular telegrams.
u. Day Letters shall be written in plain English. Code language
is not permissible.
c. This Day Letter is received ',ilbli.i I to the express understand-


SERVICE
ing and I :'li rni that the ('Im'II '.P: does not undertake that ,I
Day Letter shall be dehvered on the day of its date absolutely, ani
at all events; but that the (..i, '. '.'.- blibation in this respect is
subject to the condition thai Ti, : -! '11 remain ,, ii ,,. II time for
the transmission and delivery of )L '-,. Letter on the day of its
date I,,.in: regular office hours, 'I.I.: I th e priority of the trans-
mission of regular telegrams under the conditions named above.
No employee of the -', iLIl.rI is authorized to vary the foregoing.

NIGHT LETTERS
Accepted up to 2:00 A.M. for delivery on t1he 11 ., ,'in. of the on-
suing btuiness dlay, t rats 'il lower than standard ,t mitwes:I-a
rates, as follows: The standard Ielegra:1 rate for t) worns shall It
. h lr_ .I for the transnmissin of 50 words or t's,, :an.d one-fifth l,
such standard 1'.,r ,,, riate for 10 words shall be charged for each
additional 10 words or less.
SPECIAL TElMS AiPPLYSIN TO sNItIT IrWctrEIS:
In further consideration of flte reduced rates for lhis special i, Il
Letter service, the following special ter ns in i 1.11ii. I to those en-
merated above are hereby .iiL' r I to:
A. Night Letters may at the option of the L'. 'rn.lh 'i*i..nan
be i. Il I at destination to the 'irlddrc .... and iI. I 'i..mi ', hall
be deemed to ha'"- di-ehl'iroad l *l..h. i in l .ll I i. \.' il re-
spect to delivery ', I11In l2irn -' ch \ .ll 1., Ilor at destination, post-
age prepaid.
t. Night Letters shall be written in plain i'I'II'I.h Code language
is not i" r1ill -. li"
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CLASS OF SERVICE DESIRED
TELEGRAM 7
DAY LETTER
NIGHT MESSAGE
NIGHT LETTER
Patrons should mark an X oppo-
site the class ot service desired,
OTHERWISE THE MESSAGE
WILL BE TRANSMITTED AS A
FULL-RATE TELEGRAM
Send the following mes:


SWES


TEL


NEWCOMB CARLTON. PRaEIDENT


UNION


AM
GEORGE W. E. ATKINS. PIerS VICK-PREIOMENT


. hereof, which are hereby agreed


STelephonea


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BENDER'@ TELE-
PHONE NUMBER


Forms 1207A


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ALL MESSAGES TAKEN BY THIS COMPANY ARE SUBJECT TO THE FOLLOWING TERMS:
1. r:,.,Tr.t 1 K II.-r n.iplr..: r rr ,-lI i' iI.r :.I 1, I n i r .'," -hc.uid 'l .r.-ir rr I [ pr l' r i ,'1 I reil. :r r.I.-.1 i.'i k -.. e "r nr lIn iinc 1 ii rr for com p .ri..n r iIc'.
',n_-li ill II. ,rr -i .iI .. J ri, i r I \: h ir'_ ,I ,n i.l'litnn I .Il north., rm r 1n lI if ,.J on 1 .i IIr 1hi I rL l in irr r. Pl r- .l, n ar' paidj i'-r as such. i, -.n l.J ri pt,
I li.- "..r,i-. ,] -i ,,pI i,, i.. i,.I. 1 i r hi Tirsk., i r jil III il i .r '[-.ii'b.n 'r lir r .. ,r r .. .,. hiri r I ,ny message received for transmission at the unre-
r.. *] i r,, . i,.. r .1 i l .'I.. .I .. .... I II . ,,..r. I .1. 11 r- ... r.r il r r' I. i. i I ,,,,. ... r ii , or fo r non-delivery, of as r. I' p r ,,' r e. r
,r n....i ir. .T ilt,. r i.. ii..t-,i... --.c rate beyond the *.n.. ,' i rl...i ii iIll IrII r,..- '. I.... r dud; nor in any case for delays arising from ,.r l .1.1.. Inrn rri-r.o r
1 the .L ,'. rL : .in t .I in .n..r I.,r errors in cipher or 1' i r. r, Ic, -
2 In ,n. . rl i ,. .... ., Ii. shall not be liatl. I.,r ,1-.nl.11. I-..i" i.l-il .L. r 'LI r, iir1 .r,, *i . ** ..r h.i II.. r. ,.r ,,.r ,lhe non-deliv vry,of n I r,., r l.. r
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,- .;i i..l in rilnrI r.' II. -i. .'.l-r Ihereof at the timt i l.. pm s .s p. t, I r r.I i. r .ir .-.. ..i... .. ,r,.I urli' th. r. ..- p .1 ... i iI paid dor greed t I, [ .I ,,.1 ri.
.lirii- .rn ,- .harge equal to one-tenth of one per cent I II r. oi.llr l 'i I P il.i I, t i .11 .i III i.. I ..- r. 1 .I ..I1 .
.3 The comoanv is herebv made the abent of I.l -, r1.l r, 1.t.t.ul, li.rbility, to forward thi- i..... "-.r li Ic.. ,1I 4,I. ,her company when necessary to reach its
.I -t nation.
4. Z f, p n-P s i) 1.. .1. r,,i fr' witi, ,.'r. i, 11 1 1ii .. of Ihe company's office in to' r,- .If "' ., pi. ,,i ,,;,.r, r 1. a. nd within one mile of such office in oth r 1i ,..
. r I.wns. P...:., I 1 .:. .I ,, : I r., ~r p r .1.. '' .,I..i i t make delivery, bhut will, I i...I' 11ii ii ... n.l" request, as his agent and at his expense, n I -
'r to contract for hl i r ..* 1. .I.1-,' r.. .' 'i. ..niil.]. ..rl-
5. No respo.. ,l .1, ,, I 1i 1,- ..'iiq. rn ..r,, rr. ,n1 messages until the same are accepted at one of its transmittinge offices; and if a message is sent to such
.~fj.- by r.,. ,f It, ,i-ica i,, .-. r.:. r he ..* ..r i- .I r.'rr..... as the agent of the sender.
i "ih ..... r-\ .il .rI I..- for damages -i i.i't r. penalties m any case where the claim is not presented in writing within sixty days after the message is
ril.:- w ith iI.P re..nm ,,, l..,r I r Ir ,,,,... ,
7. It .. .,Tr- I I, l.i b. .r.. ..I ,on ,. ih.: r.pl rI I i.. recover the tolls for any message or mressaes the prompt and correct transmission and delivery thereof
I, I11 b e ,r .,] .-.,,l. ,. 1 .. r I.,i, I l by ( ,,' .1 .t, nrt l '. ..
8. -'i i i r i TP,.. rr,.r. il,, transmission of messages under the classes of messages enumerated below shall apply to messages in each of such respeerive claeses
in l.1.1 I,I:. pe. I I1 p. .r c P-n I.r,
ht. ;. .. l.e. ... .i p...l -'.I.A.uy is authorizedto vary theforegoing. THE WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH COMPANY
INCORPORATE
NEWCOMB CARLTON, PREncoc~T

CLASSES OF SERVICE


TELEGRAMS
A full-rate expedited service.
NIGHT MESSAGES
A.cepr-r.di uip t.. 2:00 A.M. at reduced rates to be sent dulrinm the
inicht and d.:l : r.i not earlier than the morning of the m-i-uio, busi-
iipz drwv.
Nigh,. Mi-r-iwr-. may at the option of the Til.'h~ith C.-mp ii, be
mraild at destination to the addressees, and the ('onipan~ shall be
dle -mi.d tL havr.- 1;-'l-ar, .1 its obligation in such (:;-- iv.t respect.
1, i-l.r.hr ry by inpiili.: sui':h Night M'. -J ,: at destination, pI"-l'ii.
prepaid.
DAY LETTERS
A deferred day service at rates lower than the standard 1.'- rrii
rates as follows: One and pne-half times the standard ',. i 1. Letter
rate for the transmission of 50 words or less and one-fifth of the initial
rates for each al.l.iii.nal 10 words or less.
SPECIAL TERMS APPLYING TO DAY LETTERS:
In further consideration of the reduced rate for this special Day
Letter service, the following special terms in addition to those enu-
merated above are hereby agreed to:
A. Day Letters may be forwarded by the T. I-crrriall, r"'imP '. as
a deferred service and the transmission and I' Ii. ty of such Day
Letters is, in all respects, subordinate to the priority of transmission
and delivery of regular telegrams.
D. Day Letters shall be written in plain English. (',,i language
is not lnrrrnilcsillj .
c. This Day Letter is received subject to the exprTCs understand-


ing and .iL,'-'-r-mrlf, that the '..nprltp'. does not undertake that I
Day Letter shall be delivered on the day of its date ._..i-.,,li. 1 nd
at all events; but that the I '..uiii i's obligation in !I,- r. ;,-..' 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 d'lrin.; r.-ilPr office hours, subject to the ihri;ori; of ih.- trans-
mission of r'"Il ir 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 iiiI.riin. of the en-
suing business d i.r it rates -i ill lower than stantlrd not h n - -
rates, as follows: [he stl ndard telegram rate for 10 words shall bi!
charged for the t ransissio ut f 5f0 words or less, .Iand ..i Iilii of
such standard tclorram r:iatl for 10 words shall bo charged for each
additional 10 words or less.
SPECIAL TEUMIS \1 li '.'. TO NIGHT LETTERS:
In.further consideration of the reduced rates for this special '\. it
Letter service, the f'ill, f ite special terms in .i.li.iip. to those enu-
merated above are hereby .i: r. .'1 to:
A. N\elci Letters may .11 ilI- option of the T.1. :r-aih Company
be mailed at destination to the .Hl.lr. -.. -, ,i.1 the '..iii'Ipv hall
be deemed to have 1;- 1IL'' .1 ii '.li:. i i, 111. such ,'.-..- .1 v Ii re-
spect to delivery by n IIln.11i -c111 Night Letters at destination, post-
age prepaid.
n. .Ni.hlI Ix tters shall be written in plain Ii:1i:h-h Code I-iunii:r':e
is not 0 1" rii"; ,l ,,'' .
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for yrir Qt4f *w.

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On Jao*w3,4,1 10I o $wed .1O4 ;.WUJ,,ihout Interostpnal on July 14,1919,
I cared .waaBGkwAthout ntoea44 t.

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I sali bq v'qy gtail t4 s.rq .qu hqo. ,kjolast %U3i* *u i 14 tlU 0t14t ,i
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in locida,ta he Ir'as writte.on Ork IU Br yan,"

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jtfolllzg t:y roquarofcsttod:1iyftLift to -r3 flur.3 found anisa-
u ions.s-,:z on. t?:; twq *cyxmlooed iAeniLtiqna* Dili, otl, 9j4q39

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DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE
p TALLAHAS SEE

NATHAN 3MAYO -0 1 FDrE3
COmM- SI ONER' LPY

April 14, 1926.








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

Dear Mr. Will: -

I find that you still owe the State

r7,422.92 on your land embraced in Entry -:o. 16,449,

of April 18, 1914, which is long Ihast due.

Capt. Lewis informs me that the last

interest payment received from you was December 13,

1921.
The Trustees have waited patiently on

you for twelve years in which to pay up in full An

this matter and wish You to pay the same at a very

early date. As stated in rly letter of March 26, 1923,

the Trustees do not wish to embarrass you, but must

have this matter settled as soon as possible. I shall

therefore, thank you to write me promptly stating just

what you will do in the matter and if you are not able

to pay for these lands, if you wish them to cancel your

agreement as to such lands as have not already been

deeded to you.

Yours very truly,

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ADDISON T.r MIH. IDAHO.CAIRMAN
NICHOLAS J. SINNOTT, OrEGON
ELMER 0 LEAT.lERWOOND0 TAH
SCOTT LFLVIrT MO. TANlEM
CHARLES E. WINTER, WYOMINO
PHILIP D. SWING, CALIFORNIA
SAMUEL S. ARENTZ, NEVADA
JOHN C. ALLEN, ILLINOIS
FREDERICK M. DAVENPORT. NEW YORK
CARL HAYDEN, ARIZONA
C. HUDSPETH, TEXAS
WILLIAM C. LANKFORD, GEORGIA
J. B. REED. ARKANSAS
MILES C. ALLGOOD. ALABAMA
SAM B. HILL, WASHINGTON
W. M. WHITTINGTON. MISSISSIPPI
JOHN MORROW, NEW MEXICO
VERNON B. WALTERS, CLERK


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Committee on

irrigation anb 3eciamation

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MR. SMITH' COMMITTEE ASSIGNMENTS:
IRRIGATION AND RECLAMATION,
CHAIRMAN
PUBLIC LANDS
REFORM IN THE CIVIL SERVICE
ALCOHOLIC LIQUOR TRAFFIC


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Insurance Conmpany&

:fMadison.Wisconsin

April 20, 1926.

Thos. 3, 7111:

I received your letter of March 20th.

The other day I received a circular from the Florida Muck Farns
Co. of Miami. As you know this is a $2,000,000 corporation, composed
of some of the wealthiest men in the country, who have purchased a large
acreage south of Lake Okeechobee. Some of their lands immediately adjoin
our section 27. They are asking 4600 an acre for their lands. This is
very encouraging news and it looks to me that from now on that country
will come into its own. Don't you think that the fall of this year ought
to be a propitious time to dispose of the remainder of section 27, If
you haven't already received the literature this company is getting out
you will be interested in looking over their prospectus.






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E. DAVIs
B. G. ADCOCK


DAVIS & ADCOCK
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
307-309 GUARANTY BUILDING
WEST PALM BEACH
FLORIDA
April 22, 1926.





Dr. Thomas E. lill,
Fort Lauderdale, Florida.

Dear Doctor:

Judge Davis delivered to me the papers which you left at
the Lake '.7orth office and requested that I go through
same and make a digest, setting up such questions as we
would like to have answered in as much detail as you
can answer them. You will find them noted below.

It may be that certain requests for information have been
made that you cannot comply with, if so so state, but in
each case where you can give detailed information kindly
do so and in giving such information if you can will -ou
kindly classify it accordingly under the heading of the
question asked.

Following are the questions:

/r 1. Furnish a full, true, complete and correct copy of the,
trustees agreement.

2. Furnish a full, true, complete and correct copy of the,/
articles of incorporation.

t 3. Furnish one of the stock certificates that has been
issued, or if you cannot do this then kindly furnish a
full, true, complete and correct copy of same.

S 4. Furnish a full legal description of all the land in
question.

S5. Furnish full names and addresses of all the present -i -. ,
officers of the Okeelanta Corporation. L

6. Furnish the full names and addresses of all the officer s'.-. -
of the Protective Association.

S7. Furnish the 'ashington, D. C. address of Laura V.
I.IcCullough. .

8. Set out in detail in just ;..1:it way and to what extent!
the affairs and property of the Okeelanta Corporation
have been mismanaged and dissipated. ,, .
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9. State whether or not there is any mortgage or other
encumbrance upon the land in question.

10. State whether or not the company has any outstanding L '. '
indebtedness or other obligation or obligations other
than mortgages. -'


You gave us, in your interview at Lake 7'orth, a great deal
of the information asked for here, but in order that we may
have same before us ask that you kindly answer,in as much
detail as possible, the above questions.

Thanking you, I am


Very truly yours,





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E.Will,-

Dear Mr. Will,
Tne Impression I gained
from several of your latest letters, was
that the sale of my holding was but the
matter of a short time, a few weeks at
the most. Perhaps I have read into your
letters more than you intended.

At this time I am not in favor of
trading Lot 27 for any other lot. I am
interested solely in disposing of my
holding, definitely, finally and as
quickly as possible. Trading lots, to
my notion, would but prolong the sale
of lot 27, or rather the lot I trade it for.

In anticipation of your early closing
the sale, I kept putting off a darn good
proppeot with the result that he has lost
interest entirely. This has resulted in
my writing East to a possible prospect
who is associated with a couple of lawyers
. whose object is to buy Florida property
solely for speculative purposes. I realize
this type is entirely at variance with
what you want, but I consider I have
waited quite a long time now, and some
definite action is now in order.


Since you speak of going to New Okee-








lanta with a party interested in procuring
buyers, I will not push any prospects I
have until I hear from you again definitely.

I shall be leaving here for the East
about the 2jat of this month hence will
have to have some definite statement.

Wishing you all the luck, I remain,

Very cordially,


Box 96
Kirksville
Missouri.


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CO NY
EIGHTY-EIG OAD STREET
BOSTON, I__ ACHUSETTS
B. M. EATON. MANAGER


April 22, 1926.


Mr. Thomas E. Will,
Box 275,
Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.

Dear Sir:

Acknowledging your letter of the 13th -.:ill have deed made
out as directed and sent to you at an early date. I enclose paid tax
bill for which your party who has been paying the taxes before, might
send me money-order. I have the old papers as you surgest and will
figure up the interest when I -et around to it. Your figures look*"
all right. -

'Then you receive deed you may send me your note for six
months and assume that it will be convenient for you '-Tnay wif-hin
that time. wouldl d like to plan on us-'nL this on rny trip to Florida
which will hardly be able to nm:oe before nextliecer:ber. Am going to
send you shortly some p .ers in the matter of the other two parcels
as would like to ,-et them straightened out. If the situation looks
favorable to getting b,,ck a new dollar for an old one, I mirht like
the idea of puttini some one__a=To this land but I am totally ignorant
of the entire situation except what you have told me.

I wish to spend winters in the future in the south anyhow
and expect when I have got acquainted with ou that will know more
about the :verel ades thL.n I do o---w.

Will try and have deed for you within a week or so.

With kind regards and best wishes, I remain

Yours very t 1l,




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EjiJJ:tax bill.


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CAPITAL STOCK $ 50,000.00



FORT LAUDERDALE, FLORIDA







April 23, 1926



Mr. Thomas E. Will,
229-Bryan Avenue,
City.



Dear Sir:-


We have received a
letter from theState Bank of Antioch
stating that Mrs Pierstorff states
that she has letters to the effect
that the purchase price on her land
was $400 and that she is entitled to
the other $5.00. Also that they wish\
the ab.bxact and tax recipts be re- /
turned to them.


Yours very truly,


Collection Department.


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ROBT. J. REED, \\ 4 Homes for Sale
President t I\CORPORATED Houses for Rent
C. F. JOIES, Choice Truck Lands
V. Pres. and manager Choice Business Lots
. A. iRU f Ocean Beach Acreage
Secretary River Front and Residence Lots
J. D. BALE O Orange and Grapefraut Cror-es
J. D. BAILEUJ Muck. Marl. Prairie and Hammock
Treasurer Acreage Bargains it Ei erq Countq in
the State of Florida
Tarpon Hotel Bldg. Telephone 1to. 242
INVESTMENTS THAT PAY

Fort Lauderdale. Florida
April 24, 1926.

RJR-W



Mr. T. E. Will,
227 Bryan Ave.,
Box 275, City.

Dear Sir:

The hot days of summer are just around the corner.
Why not get located by the purchase of a large lot on the
beautiful Lookout Mountain Range? Do this while the prices
and terms are reasonable.

Read the enclosed leaflet, which sets forth some
of the improvements and developments already there. The
Cloudland Park Club will continue n.aking improvements until
this property will be one of the beauty spots in the Southland.
Cool refreshing air at all times. A vacation on the mountain
for a month or so, and one returns to take up his winter work
with renewed energy and vigor.

Now is the opportune time to lay the foundation
and bring this about. If you will allow us to select a lot
for you, we will do so in the very choicest location.-
(First come, first served.) And should you be dissatisfied
with our choice, we will allow you to select one of your own
choice- same price and exchange.

Let us hear from you.

Very truly yours,

REED T1VESTMENT CO., INC.

SPRES.
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fly dqer 1' n.idaoy:--

I ran into .SQOc*-ela4-j6 y.~:c -i'td. ,JiL. It lJlc.! 'n 1'. ;.o~Etint tr us-
aotion I fa-. o-n

obyt ?.": r4c :-y "by.r. ii.! h que.t to. Mir on 1"4-S6W tto, i)Lg JiL2:D
DO4ARIS :4; AX11t

On JFob.d,boi ;oMa ji M .h O oLi t to'. p ,t p *. about Bob,4, mother nan

W 2I bo E o1 i' /,-:t o'r% 1 .", -i ,-_ :,"-'.
1".:; fic "0la;l .(X; iw : .*U I t ip . h.r ffailoo." 1i; ,hd lao ir" e oot d hay I .sell
ic .ati n If ? ::1t^ ',:t o .c o no. co Lulo".; "' -;ca;c l.,.

I e.;"ot t* ao bo t BRell Gi LdeO og SE~iy otaqhst tQcl.* V.)f a.dau .l ai
roy brfoioe b'iS.' t:t (;tc5A a3^ .23 1 1.- 4C :t7ld o r: ;' *o:y Y :10 o: Q onolu2cxy
elian ;3,. *it.3 Ji,,L I .;' go war VA, UJli .;'U at, (3OCn I :niy ;1:270 te:o
buy"e' ;i-Ji ;:2.

On Oac. co oting3,3 zheit 1i* ttu, 2iwo thie __cy 1Ltjst :t'id bI.Ot figures.
Pleamu tb vory o ,fiul to fill oA Ai: a. Jli.M, tV t ': y n.it be uncertain.
" Ono riot la44in oVftn 1ll34 Ak i .Artl.

iLny other good ua-rts Qt Jri.Js 7oQ3j :ILV. lemaso Iu w Cito the bl:nism
Real etxlato :lai boon liJorlly sllil to poo1o: t10l yAajr,.aa millilonairos
of liast y7iar oulIot pg..y marll aQcounto. -.veryiUng aiii 1-:mL i7y i5; tied
A in .i :t13r-1 2not.

I an fhoping.t:r4a ry !LB Zoa .tch i3JvJcf t tu e t:Li.i I eCoo gotl oigna
of ti th ionoc it, 0 tlo laqro igjportant ci;Utt liaMetC tlic booat liatingo, and 1have
Utmlq U. *-'4 Bf4TE. ihve .

kriooa !ItVyJ f.4llon Ecrrbily. I h* 8X00 ;acres of aotttrcdp Bryant and
Grouaiood uaid .&It $Ai.UU per aqpe, nad oull nu t inIL a buyer. I hiAd an -
othirs' 8 ( rji Ea 0o tQI1h niillaboro at 416.0U I p'W ;Wu'rQL[ia SUo..xJO1e 10
apparently bHatton nr to it by gutting it at 15.4A Just ias tiica '.16-
44-36 at kIAj sweaopt me off r1 feoot y.3t& 3y

Keep u3C inforu3c id to Ocnagia 1.i priois, atorni, aondiUti afot. I :ust be
U:' T, JAT ,ai 1. 'iattlug, ozt is a ngo

anainoly yaurs,
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S14 de4ir ifaMOochi--
On ,JwUn.3,t126,I urote you tLhat oioey "qo1-.oy07 plitcod,
this da,- in tQ ~ .~ t q.tiou Ba k of ts .itm,.to .you
orecdit~ oovwrig f 'lp !apce" youlr idivdida& trzot azl
alao o4 th ti trnts left by. y~r father -in sootion 27,44e37
PaLa Beach .O.*,iFla.,~4l that tlc1 n1ooossa0 ntoes coult be
salgod and JAr poiltcLd 1 sam bunk o. folcuing Ilouncky.
all those things woro done.. Ioroevor,uie h ve ngZcgcApt
frou you slhpWoln that fizc nquqy Unt rFod.,noiin hia the d1iak
for & 2 over r op noa b4ak to us.
o are thorSofore without thll noossary or7gLaJc th.4t to i;vmo
dono our partto dvto,,i coa.lctinc t:hi tr ~Potionl.andll that
you htlvo rolivoe.- your ;.anao ami no tose
I t:oroefore onoloase Plit oov v'ig .1 ..o :eovowl points,
aj nd vill rcqudr you to sign t,tav o ;:ign-:tur. Lutsed,amnd
Sotura receipt to u hqIro. --
Staiapud ai addrossed envelope iq elauioad.

On Janmelast,I urote .yqu of a O due on tlhe N.1/2 of the
.o .1/4 of Seoa*7-44-36,4fiol, oass p.tid aoon,ailgt rmtJke
us trouble.

I aq pJoasod t' I taterad yAou uill doubtlQas boe PliotEd ,. -i
to learn, that I jxLit tlwa., t.- aooount of Q 68.91,and hold /
rooolpt for saio. -
I ull addLi t:at I Ln very azaous t t take I1P Ulbric i. tract
Also oui teora agreed uponan4 au working to this ends I hope to
tako several 9ersonstq Oklelantai next wOeeCk idch nay listen this
end.
there rha boon a L.gat sZa3p oIn tlhl.eq ast 1, ro.l tat e gjttoras
.,.' .n ul y nu i Imp boon vary g....tt.qt. Jlocoo suoh ~ oas !~ve
Sdrao Very truly yours,








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April ae, 1926.



* Scoule.r copperr
OteGlalt.d, Fla.

uy del&r Lr.Coppct--

As yqet, lutwo been uble to aoc plish I 0 T ii I ,G th
th.t T'zcplc-ton sale. likCx yUi3,I y Mq eagor to gtf tic L12non1y,
but tho buyer qseou .uiianx. ,,

I lud uluewo tons of id-no sold .aoutuiqouia& cimeU,a.a blndors
uit up bu1t i.t *;: ; JlTot.her t;evw bindr jl uoaeyi h yot
bean ,sL." titaint ovul r 4,U0J to ;iJLf it could have
c~a.n thg 1 TLP Sdi A urf zing l anyi ttiUs .'pgeatecd,
nIU t oues u~jrvsoai t 1f.'

"anolused flida t=;z rocijny; fqr Trap .ul a c.a35-44-386. 'ira.
,anjia t..iutsiAit uadv-estanC. L n t yor GJc shiea2iy
lavo it bj rsjfltia: t X 6o0a1t of &t ,.'14.T8

-loaseo tell ;IE;l3.Ajima. ha sh iisrcay to ; hoc aounit,
1;LVC 2her buy a .p.,.j.Ji,*Li froz' a.,1 ISaton, 33eL it to :v3,and
givo hior the 4aw A ccoaipt.

I 1hiwotlemitter oftJiistfltain fLkhaiIJIjo \;w torpriOdir.
very fino aliZuAc;at lit tLIi'y ail L' able to J1.ay outf,thiOy mCn
hav li lio dJd.L

Shiave never untutel te oroufI ti33,MGAoti-ig hot. 101;,L tlhey
:iavobeen ,reeaod;4Lad tiuttt ialho' it oicns t;ht "'I'Eaton
thLougt he1 .UjLI. uxis w all off." !i and I areo Lir;-e'ct
agreaUiut. a o a c, L hua-,huu avelf ,.iayucitsarenvaqt too
long dloforroli. 1 Thope thiwy n'y to iable tot make a little
nouuiy aLgKi n^eLlonig.
Sinocrcly yours,
.... JI '.y bU. uG nxjt R..da.ii
Olith IoIea' At.ilcS
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J.bat iaatrer oftr.0 $bftU .novcE,
I au2 il.liig salill b~k.ouon :n UOicolantam
if itf in of uiy aituezw t.o iOc JIhuC
;vubeoon g;reatEly tried t;Uiit I do nuot
;appear bQ bo rollia la3 t3althth. o3ar-
ttla looil tIniLd g',ttrs aro in que l:oa.
;y shriaOe 1in 0ila "'a loton tra.ot t-ould ha1ve
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lanAl sale 1W1 in JLhl I ;ai intersoatal; al
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iosprOnMin- LO your Elfttr of tlheo LAd, i .inat ,ill 3tt;i! ti it,3as soomn as
.jty bu,I thtll1 uendlvor to rijply 3o your (juoutions r%3 the Uiaool utI:.
Oorpo ttion.

I h.Avo be--n p~liniiag to pruitpre a Liportolloting tio outline I gtv3r you
'irilly in JIJik "ortlh.

inuL t'Vera' u i.VetJ &;bi,-.LA J l. o gu.irL'-.h2-itS rL.thu folloGiltaI--

1---.-.tter of ,uv*L2,11'Jl3 by 1ho ipisanLiti :.ript Io .;oxutive Ooma;ittoo of
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-jAfotteCr uf-u*rc; 17,1U1Jy oprosuoizn rricorw,so .aSouLtivo UtjoiaLtteo of
oij-aojlita irranoiL ttion, tilth siglntull3ls.ia fAllitf ill UU.;ittocui in an
xall trus:Atuis4
--i-Lotuor of Ju Ib i,:U. 1i, J,y .os un'o l urlcrto koelultc. Ass* Cornittou;
lt li eartur i of Ciustkos *ajljf1 ;iII% kwu iaU
i-lro ilf inOlto.lin1;s GoaiU.ion linturost: of thl 4p,800 BIuyer oft;lOlorldn
LEv.rglgi-os JhARItL 3ou Y3 y'u M.uimdas LhVil riluna,"(l j...i.)
0-" Stpra.ngling tVWi Trwz-eavrglides 441iioid," (i .)

.ira.i oUulo-.4 i's 4ust writcton ima that i6* o1i ls:1olmtuta corpon.rtio$j
h ia ftupa .1 o0%1 oOImuiuLytILil are L1lasingti'joi n-S'J Lto s1n2i. thitc seaook
in to Austnl.-llOs u. li&s reioivod thio letter a;ini boi'uugit, It to 1o2. 1
il1 .have a ,opy LaIdo a sooIn as possible .Li4 irl Co you'"

1 1had frwnrd tiit thiuuias co;mlig. It 1;3 quito in liioj ilth th:u1 Tontino
klan'tanainu'M by Austi-nl i uc ijo 1. ApriAL,1912u0ls thlu Lropor pillu to
apIjly to tU1- Gift iuad alI.Lr-Os;ulorUoy ,out of anuay iltiatci,a bo4d,
ooast., ntCy srni/iii ,of .aurvivor',ix ight rlo din- a 'ia3 Iny to b
aitVOdLL",LaniL qulru thu entire jjpr4.oyrty.

The shIUling-out policy fatis Iniuguratcd at tiu nary bogiiLiIg. thel notid-
I loss demand for $ L.tIA IaB ii oUdltioi of tol1 sdoa'iuro tio shalro of .toolt
tiUh oti ti 'rust deood re;idratl sw Lu be out," Aill piLd aitx nonr-lasoauablo"
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an*Aillta io of all t1h\ou 4 dzito. jojse whio sand thoirsia billlir3t3um1tbly,
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be'illoowol otlUie.' sroIk for it,,on .L bha .i of iUadu ue wingb-dll yz;u lo3O.
CL:;;on ho.io th'jsii) no rntun their ipr E~ s:out tOck till flil- it or'til,,; o
Lo 1l11 all of ii usiLlI havo elovya, ro'talv oCur sUaokol find ours.

iL:a-.4:CEiotP. GoraEiOPratiuo. offlio.r aro Llwa teLVing to sell thio Coprpor-tlion
.Lol~d;i ia P'o JI.. uadi 17T, .Ui 37. ILPivc not hsitLm. Lth t thir;: o.alo Il3s
._otully beck ouawwiBtodbctiiiL i.w nuotii.4.- nut b'caus,? th-2 oftcora
Iva:i it.rs3t an tWici ;i.l hy hli.vboarrbou t:i y ol.i wKCI p 3i $S1,litu(t

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oftfio.rs'io '.gt .cu i.tiou t"aioc.t'o^ could ly," All tr:ic t.iLu ihave' bon
_uid.; ,4 .yethy .i-t t,.oir i.onuy bak olLal1 s"ie Lno 1iy of r' covp3ifp? but by
sQ.Ltf clouro cQLoii.2 land.m ,.

l n p.od i.tvii. ;irn r.ol: a) brLilJy i.i r'oait.lths,il li ij L3prob-ible tLhat
acaT..trta cL.rP.2 no buy t:he I.Li.s ;it aUOdR a 1rice .La .ia ;I- i...una.xl.

I h2yve .hAI i.,.-i'jrac'dj at tLh. Court jiousI .3oaroa. yo a i) 0se t.'iot.a' ;ae- oU I t ran
:oti.i ;.-:. b'3'.1 i'coordodlbut ta10 v.tcoxtrd:i si1:...L none. 1 ;al- ;.uta d t:a&t
clrt lo datify :on if iioili i' c)urid Aiould bo U.1A11i';bl u :1i7 .rlo TorI an yet.

I;. tdLn .ztoa;t..;i 3.. of Li.-;11 .to jay taSX ;.1 n1 lLr.EicaU.1.a :lo in t3is
cit. fi-oto ju[$gi3oic, uoustIobi: L; abunmA3i. LLI UUL *C*, -:.--isn .a. i74 cQ

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ul:..'.i cljar t..t 0ti AS V.a sia utolly igoraiid by tiao group thoby bro:'c.i
:of .Lit;i ai. bo'c.oha 02 o of oatriz tus 1 tpaUr t., control oif Lii.- toror.tio;i ; id
L: ..Idt'J.: t.ji :furoo of I CL'V7;i: L' iould nL f -Ait'r go. IOur cOulon 13i-
Lcru;i:,;,iot.iib-y iii th1e coi] ui 0on Lt,.,1A &ia.jottltix.;; aad icvclopnont-
t;o C;I'-iat3t..0es-Od il. til. orreosowmlJ ^o o4'f iJ13s-hvoF boen o..st to t;0 Ctins,
.a'.L t. o liirj abtUyd,.3S a .u4OsinL 'o u o il .kri .lil~LLa .: boon %otr to
*- tontin "t:10 .;*opiostl i oan, ,l .i tI as zn;iiy as poZ3ble :ai -loivO :A a(;f.l in
; lour30:0io.1 iA '7it' iro-;.P'rty.

You 'hA;ve osu3flaci "ic oirouli.ai I l;ft fo.' you" 1iloa0e .Loru sugie'Oj-dJ to u.,
,.xr-; '.uir'o aiio z in fia tU i. l1tig.latiou 2l'o :.i 13* ic v .t:' r ligt;
though s3ubooqucnt activity by thl: lilndeitigtil :r13" 'oaulloug j0 is bi'ntt
:aue ;urato' of aigsg n U^ to 1bouk l0i;; if L'i. 4,UI<)J. L: .1:1.1`013 ii :] liii-
arc about 1u70,;n aibuitc 61i .-ortiftiocto:-;.

Irut uI-.lt .tuorti. is o.ll.;ia Wi tlu atdtuoio,.1iy ofao:w. :ji.atr'o ar'olii.rly to bo
cL.A aIL;. ftron us. I r1CtJtb1 a I lOl o-ttiy fO'i WuY. s&l3:oIAillough prices,
*t .iiuasLing:an114it t" L30- ..u- Go Ct: cturn &t3 thi:O'ii utEiPri.

ji Al r iai tta quutio of ; 'tiOti td of flticinii the suitA. oruo;nally, ic
Siv LVUilu ftuia fur Llhat ,uirpoie. IIn f.tob,l Iol of fund. :i.;o boon our o.n gOX rit
ubst.!oli to vigorua acOtioa in tt^ial;so.i0

Shul l to he.i.' roi.t your firm thiaiij augoa5L.tiCa or advice oi this
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i.o6.,iuit at all adequatoT If it is roturneod, ill Lhat blthGk action?

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NEIL P. ANDERSON & CO.
COTTON
PRINCIPAL OFFICE: FORT WORTH, TEXAS


Ft,Worth Texas,, Apr.26.1926,


Dr. Those, E. Will.,
Ft.Lauderdale Fla.
Dear Dr. Will:-


In or er to help out a bit I wonder if you
could "end me a check for, say, $50, now and arrange for
the balance in six months ~A a y.e'.r. I ;~ant to get ?qu-3ired
aro cn if I can and to make it easy on everybody I'm willing
to make it an even &$QP if we can make this arrangement; ie,
the $50. now and $150 in equal installments of 6 months and
a year, or $75. each. I believe this will work ui out and -ot
.e a hlarfhi.4p on anybody.

We've had lots of bad weather up here this
Spring. Been raining constantly but clearing up now and sun
beginning to show it's face,

How are you Aiiiing out with the boom, I wanted
to get down there but had my head down and could Tn make the
boat. Let me hear from you at your leisure.


Since


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4 S19 E. BERNEY


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April 26,19d.


Mr* ~oemu T.;*ller, of
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Attorneys at Aw,
SItPalm BewMi, la.

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eqlB pOndin to your 4otter of lt4e 2Pd. irnwt.,ill st;ite th;Lt,as soon as
ilay be.I shi4ll eoqdevor to rtljly So your questions re tuG Okecl:1nt,:
Corporation.

I hi~oe ben pl wu A ag to p pppre a ,j4aerrtoloing theo outline I .gw V yoQ
orally in lakeo north.

no-Jiuvje,oU 1*-Letter of QV2* 2,l913 by. tio present .gitur 6t, ;xeoutive Cooaittoo of
Okleeinti A aoiiaotion)
S- atraot fro., 'Trust *joc4;
3-Laetter ofArolh 17,1913,by presuet wrlitr to 'eeoutivc Uoimantteo of
Ukelatntat Aaao.oltion, ltlt salg gtures,in iU1,of all O9qisitteeumn mad
all trusateeso
4--eott"qr of June &,1913,by yoeseou wrLt~',ato okeelrusta Aspn. Omaiittee;
Wit li -spmtures orf reeusteesa QPylun et~i BaTjn
efr. .loniti ng" Oomaon 14tureast o, tl)e 4a6l0 juyers otlheFlorida
t W4eloas land 4GQimp.yU a ad t tale P onna2," (T.. .)
W trangling tlhe 'trtsavraglidea r4&I1Road," (4:. :,. .)


^ O*Quluig4 h.ie uwt written io ttuit ,ThIe Uelnuita Oqrporatioy(
rmtat ,itua ootapiyiand are akidngtl)ooyqiers tio, a=n," thlcii' spook
J s; *tirnrieMmal U., h.&u rqoelved tl1a letter iUvi bruugwt it to Iane I
ye u ,oop0y 0 iulo Amq eQun os possible and1 iJatl to yuu*"
Art tipt titl4aes somitg. It ia quite In. linet tthtb t'ithe Tontino
i 4*'a i ed7y Akastin Wo iel 1.i Apri.l.J122as the proper pl. S to
S, apply t .t*^ eGt fadCLi slskes; eorely pout o.qf iay initatesoa body,
soet( k or f seu r.3i dghlt4 iaoAdn-a- r o ,r rmin$* tuo be
t"ou tl4e eqtirp ",gPy4
\ TIhe aSIaxP4O 4 at 4'ic Vary bogiiing. Tiie uoded
lose 4Lq* .g Mt 4 oq#"tion on w Sta3iaof tvo sharo of .to*
ch the pngUe tCL4.9b< aantA,* illC'^ pa ala noni-aesasable*'
*Ha4"W-tVyir t* i&llc of thlo noiarde-sued stQook-0 :iui- ounes the0
-a41 4"ti q43 4 -9ta4 whL "io siind tlira.i bill, 6 PvrestUmbly,

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then tho3ie hou do not return their present stock uill fia. it oirthilon ,
as Ill1 all of us, op ihve never reoa veW. oar stook, find ours.

SaemsmberP,the Gorporit ion ofiocers are~ alo trying to sell t3l Corporation *
holdings in Soos,9 and 17, t.42#it.. ) have not hear tfaItt tl.s 1ale-ax-
actubJLy bteeh QOsuaumattd;but 1it 4ii4 noqt,thisial not beoouse the officers,
ladtk terest in the alo-. eoy hkvtbProoeo thy olairnsoa m $18,0(10
on their uin credit to p y Gift Jtun xixesand tilhir oan sal.ties. ThCe
oativity of thi- OXeelQant, IPteotivctvo snl doubtless spurred t:: above I
offioersto gt 14to p sition whereth4q oould Sa.Ly All the taxes have beo '
lpanid* yet thtCy vint t.eir 3mionoy bwiok,anlJ see no un;y of recovering but b
sale four ooPaon lan d.

Land prices biving dropped so bidly in r acen1ti.ntlsit isi iaprobab.e thatt
achta;rts carc- to buy the l and at audh a price aos iasw an ounoed.

I have had theracorda at the Court House ;r.i wlich to see ihothira' arny sua; Iran
action hidx been recordedbut eie .g ords i.k uone. I alse A a d tshe .
clerk to ?iotify no if sFch ruord i jiould be ~idtc;but a.etveno tior as yet.

In this attempteld sale. of lndv to piy taxwt aqti sa riesajd ale in t3is
n0t a0t1&a jugagaaE sea r ni ii.w aibunlaitc ounAc trioiman. a rQoaL vor

theo papers I onoloset further,t3th geTud objet &id und of this gr:ut of land;
and nake clear that this Ond A ia wholly iguoraid b. the group who,by broach
of faith arn breach of ontraot,usaurped the antmrol of teo Corporttion aind 4
the lands. fho foroe of pervereioi equld no farther ga O ooEzon ln-
torestsnotably in, the oomi0ao town iitesand Anaqttlement and devcloinont-
the eizistres3ed in th,. oorresponenoc of It13-h~av been oistt to the rinds,
and tAe entiro sdyas augg-etoei to, M 14 Aprill91.l;has booe ho*u to
ton4Lo*sthe Eropomtlon, lmLmna;tuo as m~uy aas possible, .in leaveoa 1hi.uf.ful in
possession of the property*

Xou have oeuaino4 the airoul.rl I .Left for you, These t(r: sug;:.oted to u.,
4aadrep irad, to aid ii inamucing litigiition. 'co response ior2 r .t:;ir lit;
thtigh sbsequoent activity by tl., irndfatigi bllc IrUi'loOullough :is brought
the number of aignars uj to about 10;4 of thl. 4,800t ( :Caures on iand
re about 10oon about 8r crtifOatt.t .

m~ou tlut Austiil ia cIlling in t~c sto00ok,~a; y oft ose shares areliicly to be
demond c l fr,om uI. I receav.ie a iill to-d;y fp cne.i Mrsh*HCullough writes,
requosatngthit liit be sni; ';cr to o utLurn to tihir owners.

Thir raises the question of the b:'thod of filncing the shlit .Peorsoially
h, vqpo fUd for that purpose. Ii facp,liac of fund. h.as been our o'.o gr;
obs9aol to vigorous action in Iteaose. ,,
I ohoul. beo ead to hqtr Croi: your fi m thoir suggeostion or naviolb; t1
j iiaportLmt Voint. I th atpok is r.aineod,o.an it bq used for fin i~ n
b ob i.o.,isit at 41l a equatet If it is roturneodwill that block acOiot
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mglaht be jt iq or hBAlWs.
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MraeL*araU VMo gtouI's a4ri'ess 1% "JQ6 0 $to, t. t.,iahington, 3.0. A he
ean. u*Abtleis furasah yon a ,a-Wtie shatro of stock i:- the OLk~ lanta Corpora- -
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I'lca Presldant
ELU.kGL Ii. LIALLDWIN


J. I). INGuAIIAM


ue'.rns Se retr,
A. A. COULT


All for Florida and Florida for All


FLORIDA STATE CHAMBER of COMMERCE

Florida Development Board


FL
"-al the %e r.

'Wonderfui 9Oin rs
Delightful Summee


Directors
GEORGE H. BALDWIN
Jacksonville
C. A. BLAIR
Kissimmee
JULES M. BURGUIERES
West Palm Beach
W. F. COACHMAN
Jacksonville
L. W. CROW
Miami
HERMAN A. DANN
St. Petersburg
CARY A. HARDER
Live Oak
CHARLES E. HARRIS
St. Augustine
HARRY B. HOYT
Jacksonville
J. D. INGRAHAM
St. Augustine
FRANK D. JACKSON
Tampa
PETER O. KNIGHT
Tampa
KARL LEHMANN
Orlando
SCOTT M. LOFTIN
Jacksonville
J. H. LORD
Sarasota
GOV. JOHN W. MARTIN
Tallahassee
CARL C. McCLURE
Fort Myers
J. C. MURCHISON
Orlando
DR A. A. MURPHREE
Gainesville
THOMAS J. PANCOAST
MIiami Beach
WILLIAM A. SESSOMS
Ionifay
W C. SHERMAN
Millville
DAVID SHOLTZ
Daytona Beach
MRS. M. L. STANLEY
Daytona Beach
DR. J. H. THERRELL
Ocala
MRS. KATHERINE B. TIPPETTS
St. Petersburg
CLEMENT S. UCKER
West Palm Beach
ISAAC VAN HORN
Polk City
FREDERICK VAN ROY
Crystal River
ALLEN E. WALKER
Winter Haven
G. G. WARE
Leesburg
LORENZO A. WILSON
Jacksonville
WILLIAM' L. WILSON
Panama City


405 CONSOLIDATED BUILDING

Jacksonville, Florida


April 28, 1926.


Assilant to the Presidert
A. H. GASS
Director of Publicity
DUDLEY V. HADDOCK
Director of Extension
JOE C. JENKINS


A Form letter--Yes,
But important,
We must move fast for Florida.

You were in attendance at the "Florida
Takes Inventory" Congress and, therefore, have
first-hand information concerning the work which
the State Chamber of Commerce is doing..

I am sure that you will agree that as a
result of the Congress public attention is now
centered upon Floridats substantial, permanent
achievements and values. We want to keep it
there.

The State Chamber of Commerce has a busy
year ahead of it, and it must act quickly and
efficiently if the interest aroused by the Con-
gress is to be capitalized with benefit to the
business interests of the State.

The Congress, as you know, was not a
money raising affair, but money will be required
in order to carry out the program for which the
foundation has been laid. Our task is to main-
tain and increase faith in Florida during a
trying readjustment period. We must keep the
investor, the builder and the real developer
on the job.

This program touches the very heart of
problems which are of interest and concern to
you. We should have your help in meeting these
problems.








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CHAMBERS OF COMMERCE
And similar commercial organizations are enrolled as active members of the Florida State Chamber of Commerce, and
are co-operating in the State-wide program of encouraging visitors to Florida, and in the agricultural and industrial
development within the State. This is in addition to the individual and firm membership of the Florida State Chamber
of Commerce.

Following is Personnel of Group Membership:


ALTAMONTE SPRINGS CHAMBER OF COMMERCE, Alta-
monte Springs.
ANNA MARIA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE, Anna Maria.
APOPKA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE, Apopka.
ASSOCIATED BOARDS OF TRADE OF THE SCENIC
HIGHLANDS, Avon Park.
AUBURNDALE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE, Auburndale.
AVON PARK CHAMBER OF COMMERCE, Avon Park.
AVON PARK BOARD OF TRADE, Avon Park.
BABSON PARK BOARD OF TRADE, Babson Park.
BARTOW CHAMBER OF COMMERCE, Bartow.
BRADENTON CHAMBER OF COMMERCE, Bradenton.
BRADFORD COUNTY CHAN IBWR O COMMERCE. Starke.
CLEARWATER CHAMBER OF COMMERCE, Clearwater.
CLERMONT CHAMBER OF COMMERCE, Clermont.
COCOA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE, Cocoa.
CRYSTAL RIVER CHAMBER OF COMMERCE, Crystal River.
DADE CITY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE, Dade City.
DAVENPORT CHAMBER OF COMMERCE, Davenport.
DAYTONA BEACH CHAMBER OF COMMERCE, Dayona
Beach. .- .'
DELAND COMMERCIAL 'CLUB, DeLand.. "
DESOTO COUNTY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE, Arcadia.
DINSMORECHAMBERI OF CONMMERC ~, Dinsmore.-
EAST HILLSBOROUGH 'COUNTY CHAMBER OF COM-
MERCE, Plant City.
EUSTIS CHAMBER OF COMMERCE, Eustis.
FERNANDINA CHAMBER-OF.-COMMERCE, Fernandina.. ,
FLAGLER BEACH CHAMBER OF COMMERCE, Flagler
Beach.
FLAGLER COUNTY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE, Bunnell.
FORT LAUDERDALE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE. Fort
Lauderdale. -
FORT MYERS CHAMBER OF COMMERCE, Fort Myerm
FORT PIERCE CHAMBER OF (OMMERCI:. Fort Pierces-1.
FROSTPROOF.BOARD OF TRADE, Frostproof... .i
GROVELAND CHAMBER OF COMMERCE, rooeiand;.; 'r
HAINES CITY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE, Haines City.
HERNANDO COUNTY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE, Brooks.
ville. a
HIGHLANDS COUNTY CHAMBER OF,. COMMERCE, DeSoto
City.
HOWEY BOARD OF TRADE, Howey.
JACKSONVILLE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE, Jacksonville.
JEFFERSON COUNTY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE, .. 1'
Monticello.
KEY WEST CHAMBER OF COMMERCE, Key West.
KISSIMMEE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE, Kissimmee.
LAKE CITY & COLUMBIA COUNTY CHAMBER OF COM-
MERCE, Lake City. .
LAKE COUNTY CHAMBER OF CObMMERCE. Tavares.
LAKELAND CHAMBER OF COMMERCE, Lakeland.
LAKE WALES BOARD OF TRADE. Lake Wales.
LAKE WORTH CHAMBER OF COMMERCE, Lake Worth.
LECANTO CHAMBER OF COMMERCE, Lecanto.
LEESBURG CHAMBER OF COMMERCE, Leesburg.


LONGWOOD CHAMBER OF COMMERCE, Longwood.
MADISON COUNTY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE, Madison.
MARION COUNTY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE, Ocala.
McINTOSH CHAMBER OF COMMERCE, McIntosh.
MIAMI CHAMBER OF COMMERCE, Miami.
MIAMI BEACH CHAMBER OF COMMERCE, Miami Beach.
MOUNT DORA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE, Mount Dora
NEW PORT RICHEY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE, New Port
Richey.
NEW SMYRNA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE. New Smyrna.
OKEECHOBEE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE, Okeechobee.
ORANGE CITY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE, Orange City.
ORANGE COUNTY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE, Orlando.
ORLANDO CHAMBER OF COMMERCE, Orlando.
PAL"ATKA CHAMBER VF COMMERCE, Palatka.
PALMETTO C l NM HBER OF COMMERCE, Palmetto.
PANAMA CITY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE, Panama City.
PASCO COUNTY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE, Dade City.
P.4SSACGRTI-T.E. CiH.MRER OF COMMERCE, Passagrille.
PENSACOLA CHAMI ER: O6 COMMERCE, Pensacola.
PINIELLAS PARK. CHAMBER OF COMMERCE, Pinellas Park.
POLK CITY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE, Polk City.
PUNTA GORDA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE, Punta Gorda.
REDLAND DISTRICT CHAMBER OF COMMERCE,
Homestead.
ST. ANDREWS BOARD OF TRADE, St. Andrews.
ST. AUGUSTINE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE, St. Augustine.
ST. CLOUD CHAMBER OF COMMERCE, St. Cloud.
ST. PETERSBURG CHAMBER OF COMMERCE, St. Petershurg
SANI-ORD CIIAMNBER OF COMMERCE, Sanford.
SARASOTA COUNTY.CHAMBER OF COMMERCE, Sarasota.
SEBASTIAN GlI AM k ERdOF COMMERCE, Sebastian.
SSTLItA'RT.CllHABER OF COMMERCE, Stuart.
SUMTER COUNTY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE, Bushnell.
SSUVWANNEE COUNTY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE, Live Oak.
TAMPA BOARD" F TRADE, Tampa.
TARPON SPRINGS'`CHAMBER OF COMMERCE, Tarpon
Springs.
TAVARES CIIAMBER OF COMMERCE. Tavares.
TAV,LOR COUNTY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE. Perry.
.THE GREATER EAST TAMPA MOVEMENT, Tampa.
UNION COUNTY IIAIIMBER OF COMMERCE, Lake Butler.
VERO BEACII CHAMBER OF COMMERCE, Vero Beach.
WALTON COUNT, CHAMBER OF COMMERCE, DeFuniak
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WAUCfULA C.HAMBER'OF COMMERCE, Wauchula.
'bREATER PALM BEACH CHAMBER OF COMMERCE, West
Palm Beach.
WINTER HAVEN CHAMBER OF COMMERCE, Winter Haven.
WINTER PARK CHAMBER OF COMMERCE, Winter Park.
ZEPHYRIIILLS CHAMBER OF COMMERCE, Zephyrhills.


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I note from the records that you have not,
up to this time, been a member of the Florida
State Chamber of Commerce. Yle vould like to
have you in the family, and I am enclosing a
membership blank which I hope you will fill out
and return with a remittance. The minimum mem-
bership dues are i25 a year. Many individuals
and firms take out multiple memberships, the
dues paid running from ;25 up to :2500 annually.

I would not venture to suggest"tTe number
of memberships for which you should sign, but
I hope that you will give the State Chamber
the benefit of your generous consideration, and
I especially hope you -ill reply promptly for
$1.00 expended now is worth $2.00 or $3.00
expended later on.

Please return the membership application
for our records and make your check payable to
Florida State Chamber of Commerce.

Yours for a better Florida,



President.
HAD..G
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We locate buyers on Gov. Specializing in Farms and
ernmna State and private Fruit Lands in Florida
propertiess and Jackson Co., Mich.
A. A. BAKER, Real Estate

LAND AGENCY

Permanent Address
West Palm Beach, Florida
Parma, Jackson Co., Mich.
746 N. East Ave.
Jackson, Michigan

4 April 29, 1926
Dr. T. E. Will
329 Bryan Ave.
Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.

Dear Friend:

I am enclosing a copy of my letter to 1,.rs. 1.icCullough to you

and please give this immediate attention and if possible call on .;r.

Grewell at 511 Hibiscus St. and see Mir. Bacon who lives on Hibiscus St.

Use your best judgment and I will cooperate with you in this matter.

Sincerely yours,


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Horac ,' It.:l0-cr saiido tho U.-..Sa darned go:t ldiold.n8to coamphl it to cit out,
its rotten gailing in lots.3ioaroeadog3,ebo.rman selling sunshine ard soon-
sb5ncmerclusity-l a=1 to P C R 0 E it to p Cy o.is attention to its OE,9EIG
aR)-CO'RdEvie. its ;A2I3CIoTUIr and HORTIGUL .*,
if this 1io.tkecanbhined tiTh the 0 knocking ethol pnioBalanip,atc. Intafve beca
har.-in i-- tho t ract yo.-rplhe Inss -w Gt the 1'snin1 soome o? u"- tbh- i-h "hu- had abirut
l"-11-)ltt lhEf' -iroiao :l3 ;1 rove *; T in t3ic'3.o h'-, ? beon the b-_.-at aasot thaib tv;..
iirT.cren cd +4o 0 u
I'm not batting that ur ruling olass has learned the less. It ztny have
to be lizioe" a few morwet -tLm3pand the rest a" rn along with it;buttiX it takes
Lal tihe pl.am o Egt to m-M tbla 031BIG LSCjGi d.z'n ito. throuatsond the
p4Ut;Zei t 2 o lear' BCame OcaSaQuciac tine.
orsdially yours?









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