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Title: Business Correspondence. Sept. 1, 1926 - Oct. 30, 1926
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Subjects / Keywords: Everglades (Fla.)
Okeechobee, Lake (Fla.)
Okeelanta (Fla.)
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JOH F'RA 'E I DR. C. FRISCHKORN. HORTON HELD. CARRIE L. HAYES.
S PRESIDENT VICE-PRESIDENT SECRETARY TREASURER


VIRGINIA BEACH HEALTHATORIUM
VIRGINIA BEACH. VIRGINIA

REFERENCES:
TRUST COMPANY OF NORFOLK
AND
NATIONAL BANK OF COMMERCE ,
NORFOLK, VA., Sept* 1st, 1926.

Mr. Thomas E. Will,
229 Bryan Ave.,
Fort Lauderdale, Fla*

Dear Sir:-

I am in receipt of your letter of the 27th, ultimo, encloesin. .
letter to the Bank of Biscayne, together with Warran e ed
to be signed by my hu~baid and myself

Tou surely are aware that my husband has no /thority or
jurisdiction to sign any papers in the er of Holmes-
Martin or Martin Holmes admxaiitrati o The only signature
necessary is myown signature as iinistratrix. I am mere-
ly giving you this information. passing, as it seems that
you are not familiar with is phase of the law, t

You speak of a Quit ain Deed, this is not necessary inae-
much as you have never seen fit to render deed to the Mart
Holmes estate. A deed from you for the other parcel of land
can only be handled by _me in the name of Carrie L. Hayes,
not as aUJ.-~.~i tr.t,.or on lthe :-rtin Ho'c ..e est..t .' must i 4?
bave known thflt I could not have resold this i.1.rty j and/c
given a clear title to the pur... ,T_

I a advice ~ today by my attorney to state the above facts
to you and to also advise you that I can bring.r.,i.t against
you to claim the amount of money aid to you by :Iartin
\ Holmas, deceased, with accrued intagest. I have every reason
"t3 believe that you will not force me to do this.

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the section in which you offer in plai-e of the Holmes
martinn tra:t, said deed to I-. :.Ae i the name.of Carrie__LJ
V es and not Carrle L. Hayes, Administrator on the martinn
!n.,=.s estate, I wi! in turn prepare a ru'it t 1i nl 1D.e
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ADDRESS ALL COMMUNICATIONS TO THE PRESIDENT AT 2817 VILLA CIRCLE, NORFOLK, VA. X






J r. HAYES. DR. C. S. FRISCHKORN, HORTON HELD. CARRIE L. HAYES,
PRESIDENT VlCE-PRESIDENT SECRETARY TREASURER


VIRGINIA BEACH HEALTHATORIUM
VIRGINIA BEACH. VIRGINIA

REFERENCES:
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AND
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NORFOLK, VA.,

In carrying out Martin Hloeae instructions it devolves upon lae ,
to collect .fraa 'rou he amount of money involved, same to be
turned over to his legal heir. It seem to ue the easiest way
to handle thin patter'-,...,it'-r ;-' ..i. t. csnd me ;yur erti-.,
fiel cjliai for three hundred and eighty (3o80.00) dollars, r
with axs accrued intgAt froi the date of the tr;iiaiactlo: I
would return you then all papers in the matter, together with
affi'iavit releasing you from further obligation to the Martin
iol;,L~ estate.

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stated. If unable to 1i this (it is not my disposition to
press you on ti.i : .Tit) )en.i t p together with the
a:--c t, too the Be: Jca jc. y .e--ty upon the re-
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Your '.'.'u..Lu le letter came in y i:-ird.. It is
-.. first bit of inform-ticrL with tiat from :.cksonrvillo ti+.a'
].. cr: able t. ,t in five '.-:aru To be frani-~ th inforcma-
tion frc.i, a I-Lyer to a seller 1, iuvor satisf..c'cry, it iis biased
I a- m c. rrlkii g : ,.ve the p-. act of a seve i.. .. c f. .;
ar.e .,i1th .".'i I ti: :-, ..CCG0 btLra ., --.. afrai,1
ti. t will not t-- ..:' n to nm.ko: a lil,.r, b_., ,u t f thie 5 soil.
It ..il. not pEoc(Luce without itrtiliz...tion ,.rd ..:t heavy.
;' 0 sorme tim-' now ar.i ,citn to. try out -tra t o.rrii '. .r. '.' erimuda
Sonicn. iC for umn,:r -. i'r. rnd the othtr ier ..ir ter
n case car.not raise pl ,.tu *.111 'L. tliem f:i Tex-s
Yest:-.i y .. call.. I_-c. -' well to 'C ..c ntl r.,c'. r' .,.
L-c iej.-- our ounlt; seat who has made tl'.:. ti .. Lu.
.-. s i ij'.,a over T..h~:ie cnd been arou:L. Laike kecCo io c." .
He said that on .i- r;u C 1- '..l tl:. ro t-Lht cotali nj'; U d is ,orth
Sa .,iinn.... i .ts ,!. ,nWI -s ai'.d "ti eae that I ar. ,w;kin . h;-t my
ten acres i' t 1 .o *-at-r i. ,o-.lh a thousiai' acre. Cf
course, I do not c~' ..n ythi:' ah,- t .t n -, F:o t .11
excites( about it. Got it as a :.t in a ':L( . r- if it is .cod
cat all right. Have lost about- three .tho~~nan i:vv'.-L, j._ '.u
but h:1.va had J:u jobs for six years here te:.lin. .:-c it all
works out well. This youn-, man would joiQ i- I think ir. a
truck and chicken proposition there in CKecl-:.n: a- if ti-,t
is a livable place. at any rate am -,.ing o :L"i.. Cov '.
That is one point; I have never been able to finri- ri.-t ...c t -le
there is a Post Office there. .-hcther a h r ':c,..l1 bc built on
the L.,now,. ,iiother there is anyone liviwi J .&l now.
My informant tells me t. t the lar.'i north ,f '..P e mirj.,- cf the
Big Lake is hi -er and better and that buth the l:sic' settles
icwn Icvier yo..ar's Miami. I.:;in our l..n' l-"ca esir.lle until
as '- cu say CC'i,'i L. Co not notice ._ny mate: iol. v1.ri..inc in
the compared reports. I am not worrica about L'.' F .rs
but have thought that the rc-'.t state of Flcri7L. *-',l. ,cij
expcndi, six_~ million on a ncnfoaaubl- project- dr:-ai.c,.
Lven if m.y ten and Lot are not on livable spot ;c i a*t 1.'. at
s--'n me on e iin of cc~fort; that there ar-e :.;ts ,-.at c '- 'c
trick-d. Toiu. toes at 25 cents per pound ar. chi'kens at i.
iill help. ^m hatching a thour.nd every t'ent_.... r:-
find it pays at 5./ for broilers and ti, ccrt for tcm&.uc.
Ca-nnot produce licre as should.
I surely thank you for the letter .'.ni th- r..'. s and ** ill in
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Okeelanta., Florida.
Sept. 2, 1926


Hon* Burton L. French*
Moscow*, Idaho.


My dear Mr. Frencht-.

Your recent letter reached me; also the
desired U.S.Senate Document #89, for which courtesy you have
my thanks.
In the Atlanta Constitution of the 28th,
ult, I see the renomination of the three members belonging
to Idaho's official family at the national capital, Congratu-
lations go with these lines.
In youI letter you ask me to indicate
specifically what I consider could be done. *A congressional
investigation into the whole Everglades drainage undertaking
as carried on by the state of Florida is what is needed".
As pioneer settlers and earliest investors
in Everglades land on south shore of Lake Okeechobees we"
charge the state and the county of Palm Beach of a conspiracy
to defraud these thousands from north of the Mason & Dixon
line who showed their faith in the agricultural possibilities
of these swamp lands by investing some of their modest means
in ten and twenty acre units under the promise of early drain-
age and means of transportation.
We further charge that the state and coun-
ty have persistently ignored their promises and disregarded
their given pledges in order to favor the "East Coast" and
predatory wealth. The official slogan has been, and still is,
*Damn the Settler*.
The accompanying county map shows the sector
on the south shore of the lake, the very heart and cream of
the Everglades, so discriminated against by the state.


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Hon. Burton L. French.
Moscow., Idaho.




The Florida Everglades Land Co. the earliest to
subdivide their holdings into ten and twenty acre tracts, dis-
posed of 64,240 acres, in 4,860 units. Other companies and
also the state sold perhaps as many or more to buyers from all
over the United States. A random selection of one of the sections
Seo 13, Twp. 45, Rge. 35, represents nineteen states and Canada
with only one from Florida, in the owner-ship of the 64 tracts.

The settlers dependent on the full function of the
Miami(South New River)Canal, and the Ft. Lauderdale(North New
River)canal, were given to understand that these canals would
be given immediate attention; The Miami canal would be widened
to 90 feet, and deepened to 13 feet; the work would take five
years and would be done by 1922. No beginning has even been
made at this time of writing, but the Pennsylvania Sugar Co.
has been permitted for years to obstruct this drainage canal
by a dam, obviously against the law, but what is law in Florida
when wealthy corporate interests are pitched against the help-
less settlers

To better control and hinder immigration into, and
settlement of the Everglades by the legitimate owners, a four
mile reef was purposely left ito obstruct the free flow of water
in the North New River canal.

We further accuse the state and the county of Prac-
ticing a system. of taxation which allows of no representation.
The state and county in joint conspiracy, deliberately main-
tain conditions which make a safe and remunerative settlement
by the respective owners impossible.

Taxes which in 1913 amounted to $1.30 on a ten
acre tract, have now mounted to $14.00 for the same unit, with
out however, one single benefit in drainage or public highways.

The reasons for such unfair treatment by the state
and county accorded to the actual pioneer settler, or non-
resident owners, are both political and financial.

The influxlof these thousands was looked upon as
a political menace by the politician, state and county official.
The wholesale introduction of sheb alien leaven into our
democratic south had to be averted. The end justifies the means.


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Non. Burton L# French#
Moscow., Idaho.





To dispossess and, automatically through tax
delinquency, manipulate these lands into the hands of a few
favored men of wealth, is another aim.

The result of this short-sighted criminal policy
in Everglades reclamation is seen in abandoned homes, impover-
ished discouraged settlers, who still cling to their desolate
surroundings, hoping for the time when the Government shall take
over and finish a job, that, under the state's management was
a means of appressaon and graft.

Is it possible to bring to national attention
the need of governmental relief? Are we entitled to a con-
gressional investing ation into the present stage of drainage
of the blades?

Almost ten years have I spent in the Everglades.
Former oov. Cattp appointed me Justice of the Peace, the first
of the Everglades. I was the first minister, conducted the
first funeral, and for eight years acted as secretary of the
Okeelanta Community Councill this frees me from a charge of
ignorance of conditions down here,

Thirty-five years of christian ministry in the
mountains of COlorado, northern Tdaho, western Montana should
establish my credit for truthfulness.

If you can offer any suggestions, dear Mr. French
as to how we can enlist national interest in this matter, kind-
ly favor me with it. The reclamation of the Everglades means
the addition of an inconceivable rich agricultural empire to
our country, not in competition with farming elsewhere*

Kindly remember me to any party friends, and
with best wishes for republican success the coming election
in the Gem state, I remain,


Yours Sincerely,

Signed. V. W. Roth.


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Po S,

Have just found out that the Miami canal was dug to contract
depth just as far as the Pennsylvania Sugar Coo desired*

Also* that the Internal Improvement Board has given the
Broward drainage district a permit to build a dyke from the Miami
canal east to the Ft. Lauderdale canal, along the north boundary
of the district, also a permit to put dams in the Miami and the
Ft, Lauderdale canals to hold the Everglades water back.


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ir: w'o; ac pt 1rpr Vrt' lo&R t ti3n mIsRr th laud lrj th could Uvu cmi ant un /nvt Chn aalde
tirno eas liU theaQ waBwato0f se -a"ry
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f.Laudtrdalelae *,Sept,2, ipg$.
!fM ltraBeuoallaug.- -; s

UAWt be btogL d V abn h be aroe night anrge thbrefren hm ewalledfor the reed.
7 ba Cr the dresolaai
nla tfs Gift Lad propoeitioniet'sa read the reoluttaion
3W -rVlBeaag thousands orf acattred people bought Glades laBdm frar oWp wllaene Then
ftI around themselves in a ftga in a horrible pit and the Sdray olay. toy wnreseoob and aUll

SThy Part4y beoaue of the toke of RB.LAAR11Cs ANDMB *LABfWPORAtX...lnohg still o3sttingin
lawgo raOAurei
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Seariwart stations are made to supplybt which had no stah momas fbr thear
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DID 10l EVE EIST;sand -
' Partly for divers and sunry adooellanmeus laokoslone of which wao LACK OF 1 OTEYnwhioh
!ark T'acdn has onlled a the root of all evil.*
t ay rthoteasdo at these bxuyereathe ae hu t(boatrtjaragmB presant6ocverpowering lake
Sthe 't eRiddl of the GadesawsB the IK OF LA, he Glades eMct had b-n so ut
f/ that would fit. no ao in he eavens above ,the oarph beneath or the wters undr tho earth.
Sb this e yAt. has never fit thom; and till the Pordised Air Ship makes air travel as easy and
chop aS land travel aor good roads it i=ULL TEViaB IT. tltiTPlied thbousado aof area : the
finest landuona howni-sitoes nd a no rising iothern' for bEar snotonnca oc eaalibeolato2y
POLLED IW TIE '.WAK9=
"h this eowo,1 m2of ouLasereferrin; to the pl-ns'3a Riddle ca isopd b the Lack of %6onca.
S'taetion ct HoldiqgSof farms and h'mo asts. in ahortoof the P"WA-ES :AN7the 8 CAT E -.
AT TI 0 Nightar*s I
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ithis rook Ahall be brotLC ibut upco vbaS it ahall.it. will grind hiM into rowdar"'
SWeOl4it did not take me l4ag to diavover this rootke I wsa well a'mro of i' 1.4 baf oro Q
erania their innoIooso pl cofidocepsuserted its esltence. I knew well of it btcfPe we
Zent to the AUctiQC. .lli *$Baob I ad iso idea hon it bad 1t .onally wsI in oar a 6 2x till
I sapVthe nap over -iah l e utm lea es driven qy q blaot thO lao ts 2f the 4.'iG 3at
been acattared and atrom* 'Than gaMped.
SoBete bnyerB..u-?rstitally allein fac$tfIT. To thin dyw,I hare never cpitgbut I Iaeve nsrwfor
a Ecfz=stV!dzniiled the diaseatr which had fallen upon use
Tho IO solution-he only ap roaoh i to a solutionmroeadgtOR SOATTER. TICOL 0BSIeTLUTE Si
CESTRaA B Q Get yourM people VtofethQerthse they a=y live humnU liveosholp adi otLariUth-
e9 s!ihartba&ndepomeatzboskBbabllft .ad in ..11 the yap oivilized = m ar waan have laneqd
to help each othermand maoa life poocible ad wartbh tile.s
,. till ts fall SQGAlEATLW oauld at least in a -*easurebe rrCzdiodwe r:eore A 1 T! I Mt
1- oplete-y as were over the aeboa In the toodds.
titkled it-bafare t'e 4tctiton. Igt ownrws of ,,000 aores to si9 n im spcreent t4s6 .if
o ANWZBOD Wiuld tlue their lands,3ad to then have a iooe all.4ogetherso loe tAd that thftA
ould live an itsiand raise arops out of Itothese owners at tho anid 1 C000 areas r.u.Acd binzg
tbaeslves to znoe in -oe year.upon this omaoeonteted lndaeBm baild c asettnta enad as&
OWWG oft the party that let tham hwae the laod they oculd live oin a'l ua ndt lathey wonl d
take le3 th n,O o Qorasetooeif noeocwtay*
Could we fiadtho nraniaon aUl the bicg Glades xraropFrFivte or publl,tac rould give us= tA .
qS SI Quld ybody ovwr find who killed oook olnaar who.it Blly Paittusnor dbi" .
W 4;#ero the ?Nlt BRpverUyiy And no mae F would w aspily did not ylb O










FOR SALE. WANT & E)YCANR.. BULLETIN


FOR SALE


POULTRY and EGGS Cont'd


Aas. L,L. MILLER, CRYSTAL SPRINGS, (PASCO).
SI'REBRED R.!. ioF EG'S, MAHOOD STRAIN, DARI
'FD. TESTED LAYERS, NOW HALF PRICE, PR!CE,
EN 1 $2 PER 15, PEN 2 $1.50 PER 15, PEN 3
,1 PER 15,

:'Ir'S ANCONA RANCH, WINDERMERE, (ORANGE), 2
:ENS, BREEDING. SHEPPARD'S ANGONAS, 10 YEAR-
;ING HENS AND ROOSTER,$15 F.O.B; 50 YEARLING
!ENS AND PULLETS SHEPPARD'S FAMOUS ANCONAS,
31.25 EACH DEL; 3 2-YR COCKS.$2 EA DEL: EGGS
$1.25 PER SITTING DELIVERED.

A JOHNSON, CHANDLER, (MARION), SC.R.I. RED
AnBY CHIX, io6 EA DEL: EGGS $1.30 PER 15,
2.50 PER 30.

4RS. M.G. ROLLER, R#1, ALACHUA, (ALACHUA),
i .C. MOTTLED ANCONA EGGS, $1.50 PER 15, PAR-
-N! SiO.A v -;icCi 1-tOM SHEPPARD, BEREA, OHIO,
JERSEY BLACK GIAN1 GS'$2.50 PER 15, PARENT
S STOCK FROM MARCEY.


t MS. CECIL RHYNE, MARIANNA,
rIlREBRED W. LEGHORN ROOSTERS,
OLD, $1.75 EA.


(JACKSON), 2
1 AND 2 YEARS


J.B. PEDEN, MOORE HAVEN, (GLADES), 25 S.C.B.
F'GHORN HENS, 10 MOS OLD, AND 2 ROOSTERS,
$35 FOR THE LOr, PUREBRFD STOCK.

3. BLACK, R#7, Box 196. So. JACKSONVILLE,
(DyVAL), OUIE 10 SERIOUS ILLNESS OFFERS FOR
QUICK SALE 225 PAIR-HOMER PIGEONS, $200; 165
oA!RS WHITE K!NGS $160; 96 PAIRS CARNEAUX
$98. OR 400 FOR THE LOT F.O.B.

_,J. VOL.AaH, WEST UNION,S.C.. PUREBRED S.C
iROWN LEGHORN EGGS,$1.25 PER 17 OR TRADE FOR
ORANGES $1.25 PER 100.

.J'A. T. McLAUGHLIN, SAWYERVILLEALA., MAMMOTH
:. F i R.F.Y Y, YOUNG BEEDIN3 STOCK. HEN-
1 3. TO-aS $4 ANn D.

I HC) THo'-'E, t-VLARWATER,(PINELLAS), BARRED
GCK ANu C:Or:EREi.. PUREBRED, 5 tFA
S S2 PER 15, $6 PE,. 50, $11 PER 100.


1.1 i:;T, MC!NTOSH, (MARION), COLUMBIAN
WYA,-.:,OTTE COUKERELS, Hi.T..IHE FROM TRAPNESTED
HENS,[ 2 EA,EGGS $2.50 PER 15; 1 W. WYANDOTTK
CnrKEREL $2; DARK CORNISH EGGS, $2 PER 15.

!.L. TOOKE, FLORAL CITY, (CITRUS), 12 S.C.R.
1. ..DS. PULLETS LAYING...THEIR 1ST SEASON,
ALSO 2 COCKERELS 1 YEAR OLD,...FINE TYPE AND
COLOR, PUREBRED STOCK. BIRDS RAISED BY H.B.
LAN EiN, POULTRY EXPERT.

R,R. LAY, FLORAHOME, (PUTNAM),- PEN OF PURE-
3REn .BUFF LEGHORNS, YR OLD, .6 PULLETS AND
COCK, $8 THE PEN F.OB.

MRs. C.R..KING.. ORANGE RIVER, FT. MYERS,
(LEE), PUREBRED W. WYANDOTTE ROOSTER, $5.

LS. RI-YEA, DADE C!TY,(PASCO), W. WYANDOTTE
HENS $1, $1.50 AND $2 EACH; EGGS $1 PER 15,
6 PER 100; DAY-OLD CHIX $12 PER 100.


MIPR:R LAKE FARM, POMONA, (PUTNAM).
LIGHT BRAHMA COCKEREL, $4 F.O.B.


FINE


N.E. CHESTNUT, R#1,Box 10,BONIFAY, (HOLMES),
PUREBRED S.C. BROWN LEGHORN E6GS, $1.25 PER
15 POSTPAID.

A.S BURNETT, MADISON, (MADISON), PUREBRED
HOGAN.TESTED,, FERRIS STRAIN W. LEGHORN DAY-
OLD CHiX, .$18 PER 100; EGGS $1.25 PER 15
oREPAIo; BROWN LEGHORN AND BARkiD ROCK EGGS,
$1.5) PER 15 PREPAID.

GORDON.ADAMS, CENTER HILL, (SUMTER), JERSEY
BLACK GIANT EGGS, MARCEY STR IN, $2.50 PER
15, COCKERELS, $15 EA, WILL TRADE FOR FARM
'KRO; .JCTS.


V.I. CANNON, R#3, COUSHATTA, LA., EGGS
GRI!I CHAMPION AND ''HITE GAMES, $2
15 POSTPAID: GRIST CHAMPION STAR,
4 eOR '310.


FROM
PER
s$3


'4s M..N SPNCHF.Z, R# Box 44, NEWBERRY,
IAL'.- J~': SHEPrARu SiRAHlI S.C. ANCONAS.EGGS
l.I5 i- S 15, $6 E,. 1I00.


FARM IMPLEMENT, -I r., o-H,4 i


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Bi& lend Maenwth landat thatnhich oe ;mig-htf uset 1 Srry couldn'tt think atof it. S&La
seae 1'.1 M,* fWit Mlrsit mas thea oaie stozys "TAiet coul.2 I d3 -Aith a lot of chickten fed
acattorod broadonut over oauntieoaf
I tried the I.I Jord* ode wi. them pa allaaeo tho Jakeonville9a= a :rr talked
them blind an myself to a at re of nevwusf mEBtratioai VTry aOS by :h f -0hI
sosttered lan nowe lour only show is to WI AlMAI.MW0'! UBSa d ro-seoll to your frincla.
-4'ihty poor oonsolationa hen'my frtlendl*who thoubt tbSy h hd an h.h2d beenjaerib bWfora,
talked into buying a IA mor fifcthMwho-ulP center of their interests and hope. TIour bohouo is good. I'd LLo to DhlW yoFI-albut
ve just bought amothG r.--Fiam Ho-cm yculY zucesoed, %d yr,.'
But there aas that G I F T X A U D 7T0 a4re aof it. huih of it wna wull blocked up.
Wh could not saoe of this LOi-ffl 1 : 'it ett l wl looatod tor trinda-Bgrtteo.axd "ood
Ilawb trodai for isae good land EIOHT B' l HO SITy If y old ,o yt*,
than we might omall in the waEndororeeio ti alive on their Okeolanta lotaUn,1 usOe 9o0. of
thin ocarao lad for oroprong* '
'rraegcein-zt f.i'httbo nadlu to let them bu Itsrnte0loaso it.o e1vono a tit,Oujt it Z tia..
freettlll we gothtian go OinL Ip awf t trsye could eatrt settleanr. n3d d&colopinO t( D 1D
at -ur C0.Y'011 GS Tr oveo mtEpll fl ori- 3 ar2 ocat itucuy tlau (hoe bullastina OUr Oi oo.
lantF asootiisan had already opwin O to out and raMh TO ul ly intendC nihould cru into
a biggpermaaenttanolunblo a means of oaeniovtiomnkonrratioaneno. eooragnntv tta
ead general up.butiding oa our Okeelasna Townnanr; sirr? C0:3 ONW I LS3'S.
All this atund ats.higbr 7ht, and ola&te its ny thiobk o ,f cr;j-:.'alo.: dat.. anId hstlery,
boaad.poPe4dand adus3o0d0 at uy elbow.
.'ellwhWy should tha.'1it LGaf L mot tn 'ot uu ?t:1 t'.4h VERY L' aba (cpa nonbth.A idaol,
perfect solution? Ji*4 theoe not sawe 10 cores -x2? ttat 1 .? ra.-c l -t3-z'3r&lz Ad
l 'lit not that other Wi O 0 aaro ,gor a CDart -.'f it bho tdsd for ennC aloo-i..n-to..Le9lanmta
land to furnmiah the fiou-daosn for a Vt*8,3?.? 3SaLG'it W?
The P aap s are W thoro all right. Ando without doubt ,tio tradoo r4gaM bhr !oon f^t' iZu1
B U Tthe awfatIfbut.*
Pccs 30 Sto3 ad usa38 02? anxam, UIed Saa h Ytar- a th -the iri--, 3s1: .7"t1r% tait trndo
Sand interest was d veloping. e BUT rthe fi sa ang ios -the ?ct th tc fH1 t :.' rs asti3
('f hoS hrando of the truatJ epa4q bio nrhobably hlwd 3o ao tr do tbh a. n1l.
Th&tm.ThatT Got tho* eoe la u aarapjay" orggaii odnd s0 ea3 i it could nty nit -o'2 a atr.:.-. ad
so rct tigMto gaing*
S trulylbut anotei*Wr sT,* But, istlat ao to ga thy 4% -n lait C=01ri7y c nimsedt It
t "JaiSao fti (81) -laSironxiegrno tt1 iihs to got Vt'at lit'Alo rv'ni.actitn o^ootaol'*
Zto had alroady saaid oince 19? r w0 V-3t *o-A : &i7lw d ad saxmotiT' baok luta o W 0r irwoat-
mnc0.0and a to awdft ftrwver to cot tar t orgatni-sAftim fctsrd look&i hard.
0.whoilo "o. merely u wvitingr but 'VfllCCil ,i:o a TrojaM -.aa-nd ;:oY -M n 'd for it-^Iylng
to hoIp got thab Cummpay irmedethe writer aoc pfed tho !card ltcrict:i f l th I:.Ta2cri ,
and tridbuyi:i again and reeselling to hin rlnjijg'-
Hio biank fron this. Ral 4sate.- --as not 'At all to 1' ta**-:;to. cart.-'t<-, L-o crwrlz.'oa
ga a r0C EilVATICIST'anowt as na rn aeAroand heo antod to i. stick to h a lostW, bt, ib es
did not stfurt that aettleamantno one eslo9 ouilso ho tre i& . Th4 n the z:ao!:a :s).z' to
flyo ie was just grinding his asx Let bin alone.
A beginning was nad 9nevertbhelss. The Or':ocoontr teoucera l-n3od on t#mo Okojlarnba Pl2-nrith
RookFI I TE pon LMotG'4si*,S 3ad ist to ork*. &A -.:r 1.i h& e heIfozrnLea of history.
itt they Oere fotw *d lanusamoe -th ni edod ea3soolatea3dozens anL sor-co zf thc::;B U T
that Coipany still waited to get formode
Those to rot teo Gift a' aorganiscr3' the Oboolamta eoaisationm: ,i. noeraCildid habcUt
all tho Everglaodoa .not that-was dmo at alltliggl E.%C fla .i-.mat noe too tg-ac +t Ibow to
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I.D. VAtAIN',TtmE, LUTZ, (HiLLEEro) ITI'!vu
IltES, EMP00tD of ROUGH LbOO STOCK,AkY *3113
ziTAktAP VAR;LTIY ES. REASONAOLI, Or5E.

J.E, Fwicm, GAINZ4YILLE, (ALANIIIP), ROB& #4
*OT*T)ER, SLED Of tATIN9'PU9PIP ii.2# AN0 39.
f*411 L.;q; 9"-S'R O)RA0hJI-. SFhJBnl.UQLG2 TO 6 9T.
LOCAThD I48Ak GAUCHULA, FLA.


PFOLLTR I anoU EGGS


I W. We.SON, FilkiT)_nt, (JALTOM), 8b 6.C. W.
LEaNQRN H HkhiS, YACA! QLO,, $I.4$ I; i100 HWNS r
YRS OLD 1 EA. ALL STANTWN T ,APftLT~r
4ND '.ULL6D;80 PWILET 4 MOt owo.aAra STRAIN,
$1.25 EA. POISLS F.A~t, DFvmiAPI SPees


IMI-FARID FAMOVS laCONAS, OOCKS, E8 ACM-


6VE.RAL rvitem8mg RM CEA .6CRRELS'-,
PARK'* SIMA N. 4AALY 9P5Iff H0ATON, 84 MA

dz,. C.B. SMITH, R#l, ##w 11, CHATTAHQOOMuSX,
(GAWaPEn), 1 BLACK MINONVA PYL64TO, MANI'
HAT9H. $1.5," 4A.


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3ERT M, Rust, T, x 721, BmALJsnmN, (MANATNK),
WyrTP OAR kAVXj-IDftQN6, $3 PS, P RR $6; PEW
C*4iCE YOUNGSTiRS $1 EA"N.

1 2. PARNELL, R#A, LAxd CITY, (CIOLSIA-IA). 3Z
ravaEmmE5 1. LgCim(sp COeKEri-LS, A 49RAO 2 TO
j LOS, 01 EACH1. CASH WITH QROIbR.

.4t*. -.X., K MLrIF-l F. LR#5, -BOX 349I JAVK69111
vJiLL.m (DUIAj V La~i'nT 13r'MpAnI CS'IL25EL5,WE~ijE
ZIZ, 11.25 RAI. 1 GRO)"Of COOK.

I.C. FOWLER, R#3, JACKS901VILL%, (DUvAL),
xewrs* 1, Lno'qRN COCKEREL*, 4 7-vos ot-'omb
16 4'mos mLP, $1 AND 42 SA QOR tRAQE-. 1*
amOTOWuR 0 WHITE PEKIN DJCK*.PAkO9E STIMAIM
aACH.

IRS. Al.c. 0,.ws ZOLFO p-imQS, (KHkerame, So
yokow cOCKi."", Aa'.fL W4ATCH%, $1 *A POV
ALL1 rwommaw-1) fto REDS

O. ( OLA, L6ac) 4Ui rgmawhue" 4.
. R4, REP' PiJLLTS, MARCH HATCH, Wnid@t '
i,.sz.ANP oR, A .25 EACH.

I.J. VAUsE, JOHNSON, (,'yTNAM), JtrSFY OLA-0f
3iWj4T 099KEWELA AND rVcL0LI, fMAIfCY StL.AINR,
Af&;h A16 ICN ()CKU.LS 54, PULLIST 02 LA OR
Tri1 37.

I I 6wg Ssis. RFA. GgrilH am Qoio I. f Spim 3
S.G. 1. UINI.PRN5, so*F-I~~rYQ8 s
STtAIS CHOICG NOCKS, F ULLKTO.
02, 13 ANP $5; FC.S PQ5TP'AI9 R2_PR 16,13.W
,'-EN 30O, #W : itR lUQ; DAY-13LO CHICK$ MATOMMI
To OR*QE PZO EfR ivO PU51PAiD.

J,. I &J, fl, I _1q yonm-, 'MA* I O), A W, YANDQTTI
4o0;L*L.*. 6 ha6 OLD. m tit lkFINEW PVCi &
4^1ITiM., i2 EAQWH
t.f". LaY, FLoRAHoMR.' ,PUTmsA,).$S PrIREUR~ D W
1,.&QHMQfN COIQKSlRLS, AhCOFF STRAIN, 750 IEA.
ILL TRA E 3 Fo0 3 GUINE.AS.


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MELa
They I aos tboatntaea-ey'ad ear what was going on. Downbock of Laderdale they as th
first t ZEta' tet m aa* tbaPDavieanow in the bsadC of a A vodUlveasau CsOI.
PAR that was pinSina every Aakoable to bld the settle t and help the settlers
aocod in the ockmpdst of their bit of V e gpet Glades coaritry.
they d aup the xoe and saw a taql lW4aetplaed don oan tho atiad ( loaand called
*Mwre am Xiain ;arths an It toop)& a 1gsabranong caOrMMvv haokC of it boati amqbVDnog ad
buildinrc itaw saendin it faowrard an Sweveoeaago oot.a
Thoy koma that cd the !udry and dfer3 aod of OksolanStnthi wis ooti oe aaof those mast
ertivoly roegrsed 't needed a god!.bgZliv (flVAoEaffiojd bIpql oe waho baliovod ia
Oltl a as odeadarstood o to aeet wthefead ner to -I*d md be spatd in
the oa- rre Fr a rio into 5. 0 I 2 7.
the Cgor slat haeo Bon fltnoespbut there their wpee I7o aar at, fta lsilbolasiag -
to AI Me OBWsad dadloaoed to tie OlOMERL GooD OrB THOC; o880.,
Aldte tbase 4 AMMOG ,0 A.YTA=UA wa e t Bhoe B SOl ,rtbhockal -a^ te "'-crld OCeaertha MbeAround
,*dioh varythbag in the Eawglades realwaed.
Okejzefan ci sh4dboythc biea.Qmuarar tcav the t aiponir,.nsl itx 3 ita rad.,rteOpmalJ OIJBJSJ at ITESU.
Its GOron Lad',witbhfca oarseo,tho oamsett of tho majority of tho satoc..h .ldersa.bAt What
sean stookhwldner wiouldtf* a ascnt ,thn: of betlgld bo utilise. iij 2agcingro
promoting alnd gnrnrnlly up-building p the 001 'R Ci MID M TTLEfST.
,ow 6o use ity
-y trndiea a pwat of it for land by Oieolartothnt, asCt 'Ier ialgt uasfro Spqsy t firstsa.
Ca a s ta a w bor nigora
P.-.8y rrebag asa uch as posaiblo of the more remote laeland turalg the nd petflt-..after
pnsla tmaaBse.into the OGa ie: Treaary
.g.Joesibly.in tunSr J rttoer crc'Xftul aoaiideration, y seij- coto= of t'; ao te repoto and
E4 6deIs a porDteawtbat only hat tho pe&At be used Mflf TIME OMQfa GOODytho huyerSSP
of tfeOolantagto eaoh aooordin;c to hid boldi nas
lone of this ha d y ot? That is a lons sr yaInar oYa th-r nhoda to be mrittea with
a p p i a tale oif a? ge otat ous of blasted hopesaoat maCdl ead eS
*t 1fewthods eo? oa4tacet Cm oSB o OtBolacti and evOyfAmtog thr'Cunho
Wappfr6fino- tho little 80 acrs of adjaoonrSt and*
j'glin a goAd ehpftireighted with po 4 od rneod raEeWble =on anl rx rna ft d usteuird
a l'Oatmcartnio towrad k*C. ar ofold c Oi al da ae people roeblt veolved
to asOe the lew WorlCd~ad help Tiy its foundttisa Ty aro tFe .e .it.i a Sn their.
btrasnaeftw aIth taa are nble wmua efS to be atthwa a the *Cof tbe sadBbugta ma
Idmnolha yet to oCEar
Stbeir b ar htigb*:tht resolve is st.ri.tbheir faith is asmasettheir porpoao as the
die to t poles*
As they agUsthey plarlogsac ry. ThiaLs is. a atsaheweaoan..bo
autWOKt what In thaty A lazonglorklha craftqblactE 1fag ull and 'or -@saaboj pw
Pistols in belt.
O"eltAl'd 4 fh i t babwan tooth sod short amnd in h3d45 PIRATE board oar dapa It is
CaptuzrodI) T-107 Boo.the !p o tu our ta "dip rite a oWUrsoea cx&i strange" ". are
we now boIrdai "a Boox not. 9 asn bw that it in to a deatAz.tioin aft hiah no hape awar
raemeds It ii aot mar ship. ia thoirs. Owr plans are wrooad. '1wr b&pos aro datohd*
Are e -los et hID *Aaal dsliv" .a;:
What shail we do? seo tonm witth these pirates? COaupeLee ra thsa n &zaggmet tht they nzz
a little a rela littAo near the vanda treat us with a lit-tle ore sweaidetrotla
Our coarse I B MR OwllrPA3F, STER tiE PIUABTOan: TUW OoCR TtfW TOnZdaB oui OaMa AUD MYL
GOAL*, tmaode taalonathed couwrageothi ailltha heartthc brsat Tha % SSOIE and IOt
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TRACTOR MOWER AND RAKE; WAGONS, PLANTERS AND
HITCHES; ONE-HORSE FARMING IMPLEMENTS; CREAM
SEPARATOR, GASOLINE STOVE AND FARMING'TOOLS.
SAMUEL KIBDER, MONTiCELLO, (JEFFERSON).

MRS. WM. KINARD, FT. WHITE, (COLUMBIA), 140-
EGG HOT WATER INCUBATOR. USED TWICE, $14;
STEEL TRIPLE-TURN RUST PROOF CHURN, 3 GAL
CAPACITY, *3 PREPAID.


OLIVER KINARD, FT. WHITE,
CONSIN INCUBATON. 40--44
EVERYTHING COMiPLTET, .SED
BUY LARGER SIZE, $14.


(COLUMBIA), IS-
SIZe., HOT WTi~iK,
ONCE, FELLING TO
t-i.


MRS. DEBIIE PRICE, R#1. Box 94, PALATHA,
(PUTNAM), 70-EGG OLD TNKasY 'r IcuATOR, USED
3 TIMES, COST 116 SELL FOR $10 O6:TRADE FOR
10 R.I. RLD OR W. LEGHORN HENS.


LIVESTOCK and PET ANIMALS


0. G. CHAIRS, SR., CHAIRS, (LEON), ; YOUNG
MILK COWS WITH HEIFER CALVES, COWS WILL GIVE
2 TO J GALS MILK A DAY. PRICES REASONABLE.

R.W DUDLEY, NEWBERRY, (ALACHUA), 4 FEMALE
POINTER PUPS, 3 MOS OLD, THOROBRED BUT NOT
REGISTERED, $10 EA, 2 FOR $18.

J,G. MEADOWS, ALACHUA, (ALACHUA), LLEWELLYN
SETTi-r PUPS. 3 MOS ULD, $10 AND $15 EA,FROM
TRAINED STOCK.

JAMES H. MCCRANN,R#3,Box 123, TAMPA, (HILLS-
BORO), REG. FEMALE COLLIE, FINE BR*EDER AND
WNTCH DOG,17 MOS OLD,SELL OR TRADE FOR PWRE-
BRED CHICKENS, .AC.JNA., PREFERRED; 2 PUREBRED
PUPS 10 WKS OLD.


OLIVER
FEMALE
HUNTED


KINARU, FT. WHITE, (COLUMBIA), DOWNG
SETTER, GOOD HUNTER, WILL RETRIEVE.
ONE SEASON, $25.


M.T. KLEIN, ORANGEDALE, (ST. JOHNS), FINE
WATCH AND HOG DOG.

RUSSELL T.MICKLER,STATE CAPITOL,TALLAHASSEE,
(LiON), 5 PURESRED REG. HOLSTEINS, 2 FRESH
&EST TO FRESHEN IN 30 DAYS, CLOSING DAIRY
INTERESTS, QUICK SALE, $110 EA.


A.L, .,Ia.u.NSC-,i NDL MiAMI,
FEMALE AIREDAL;, 6 M$s OLD, t10.


(DADE),


EuCLI PARKER. PITTMAN, (LAKE), GUARANTEED
SLOW TRAIL DEER HOUND, FEMALE.

R.C, RIDGaeWAY, D.L-RAY, (PALM BEACH), 2 PRS
OF GUINEA PIGS, $2 PR.

CF. KINNEY, WINTER HAVEN, (POLK), 5 FEMALE
REDRONrc Q aND PUPPIES, $5 EA; 4 MALE REDONE
HOUND PUPPIES, $10 EACH, $15 PER PR OR 2 FE-
MALE AND 1 MALE $18;3 FEMALE RiP RAP POINTER
PUPPIES $5 EA; 2 MALE RIP RAP POINTER PUPS
$10 EA: Z-YR OLD MAL: HOUND,j BLOODHOUND AND
SRECTO-E, PARTY TRAINED, 025,


J.W. EMERSON, BDiLL--VIEW, (MARION), REG. OUR,
SOW. 3 YRS OLD, AND 8 6HOATS 2 MOS OLD. S
WEIGHS 600 L S, 5MOATS 40 LBS, SELL LOT
SEPARATELY: MALE MOUND PUPS,2 MOS OLD,34 E
TRACE FOR POULTRY; SPAN OF WELL MAICHEu 3.
GELDINGS, 8 YRS OLD. WEIGH 3000 LBS, GENfL

PAUL H. WINTER, R#1, GAINESVILLE, (ALr'
10 FLEMISH GIANT QOES, $1.50 EA; -
GIANT BUCKS, $2 EA. ALL I-YR OLB IG .
FOR BREEDING, CASH WITH ORDER.

A. CHRIS[QOPER,BROO.SV ILLE, (HERNANDO), REG.
JERSEY COW, $100; 5 HIGH ,RADE JERSEY CSWS,
ALL FRESH, $50 EA; GOOD YOJNG MULE, $100.

W.J. SHEARER, R#2, GAINESVILLE, (ALACHJA),
PR MATCHED MARES, 1400 LSS,8 YRS OLD, 3 TIME
RIBBON WINNERS,TEAM,WAGON AND HA NESS, 'CUU.

EDW. L. DINKINS, HAWTHQRNE,(ALACHUA), rnuo-
BRED ESSEX GILT 4 MOS OLD.

MRs. A. JOsNSON, CANDLER.(MARION), 5 BELGIAN
HARES, 4 DOES AND 1 BU-K, ALL HEALTHY. $6 OR
TRADE FOR S.C. R.I. RED BABY CHIX ON HENS:
MALE PUP, 4 MOS OLD, CF.OLS BETWEEN COLLIE
AND FOX 1ERRIER, $5; FEMALE PUP, WHITE WITH
RED SPOT., 4 MOS OLD, WEIGHS 11 LBS, $4 OR
TRADE-FOR RED BABY CHIX,

L.J. VOLRATH, WEST UNION, S.C., RED BONE AND
BEACLE HOUND PUPS, 5 MOS OLD, $12 OR TRADE.

J.,. S~MONION, MICANOPY, (ALACHUA), AN.US
CATTLE, ALL AGES.

.,. A..BOTT. PAL.iA SOLA, (MANATEE), LARiE
MULF, SOUND AND IN COOD CONDITION, NO FUR-
THER USE, $75.

t;" E~-AND, 0 ANGE PARK, (CLAY), GERMAN PO-
LIrE PUPPiES 3 MOS OLD. SIRE INT. CHAMPION
Iso VOM DOERNERHOF,R:S, GOAND CHAMPION ARTSU
MEF-E.Ue.S AND CHAMPION JOMA OF LEWANNO. 3
BLACKS AND 3 GREYS.



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.pa .ct the -t, reod" last might.b IfrStDuarB bas heen ..tt ng Btao; a little :
peroed4 auspeaotbsoaBne I to aot sheow one tlatasest.e
Lsk. nightZI aent his a py m Pleatre storysad wate thtE.. .'
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The enclosed thows whuen I etad adhew I teds.
On this iftk Land buust.s3X*vw beam l it fr. m the frat day .n the ai..a .
things w sharaan of the GEwauittee that git theo anteeA the eroot tadhe
ConFeataselped wits tha n..Ieatieus that made the hobsaeira mmsinetha A
held a coafntnr to l trisf th. ft5asf bhoed fo a this ar.. ':
the tliit obaret.mnd ,d9d0rbttyJO% of all the work ha ae
the job t ll-athe pirates ptrd the ship. ..
o.,htIn man r pose thaa ae ths meant trem with tthfnsi tie.
or.at ebetr.oapture the shIpsand thba SPL1T It= U AP D EW t UNTO EAfl A
BPLIrTSRI gafre nothing to sa..Jsat I eal too much* Z feel that I otsld
norand should hesitebe to-ade the aabject justihen. I IlU
When I get anto this thing agai~a if th allblt s to be with Cthe DITIOT
TINDMSTA NDIS that w e or t nst only tbora pobtae the shilp .bt to O C 3
TE VOrYE tfO TBE WBELD. B Splinters for thoe wb like ohelabut fir ie, .
tnot ny.tha~ .t
That ne aml be worth th00 doe not intwet s att al I' igh t. .
Phen I do he.eo H5Ar anS SPI 1 '
At iproee tho DriBven areal to g pTroosaioeo ea of whioh Zel~a .P f
ULL Wffeagd IBS" A3GFusuB r P13oar nia my Gift Land areeel. An%@ ,%
be foladstn o ao d piac :ates
And I also oororiag wtBh aftt.Uneys ho bell ve' thatwi h what I -s
bhoting theaat hay mwer a better load tham the oaest fr a revolver who '
iaghC how notwahiuned oare lease dor the AL THIl.l ie s
hsanet might be chiefly aotie in eating our subs tanB .'
,men .....q M UO







I oleod twic -as J ydge Damrsbztg both tmasehe was porefaoopied.
be ours va d tr ly*

Zlf.Dhad ti.ttean mu If a oasseanacc tb suitroa would hate to come qpiia"ht .
give ywour iltanatian to the atctoraeyand 'btset him in isht.
ndt is jt rwhat IZ Mao What I hare zna" h bhee is ESSEh IA f r the ight A,
hedldig tbthis matter. ABs hare given sen mal dayar-.ebigloag da
sdi nigta this weaekto t auff s ad ED right tA ther'
dot for the weal InO SHwlrtS aa ,bstame,

-the oansbti then re u & D thab I am nomfnd as n e ws p. So It's no
change an Iy peate. ;
X never ae into the lades sktr jsut tao s unable for a few little-ti ts
At Xaadear papora represenbze lhta of laend. I caine to help nake thatb'reLa *
"THE B0K1 Op AFL fFi D WOME 09 MANANaatwre meant it to be. Aaithat*S eath
I tllt fighti ngfor. Dati and Lae Wo ~rth had their aM cpanie to bask
ad help thbe. e WOLD ha1 r had .bt Lfor the tr'aire .id PBABs .ho headed ..
them help ebe Fmad as nely weoed everything* IX-r glerda jt B aB e
to get to the GOAL a to abihe players and very aush more wmrth while
wrng faor 1, .. "':
Red aothO big talk wAth w arwr toight.and left the some rael staff -
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I also told then the Pirate story,and of the Uaplnter" nore at '.PPQoaoh.
and my donire to do' better than that .
Ua:,I hpo y, D.C. friondp will give me a ohaene before thoy +.io up y Mth
;the wplintir people.
Ye,Bakero snuggea cd to me that Dilseore night be the 'cool-or. 1 ee' thaLt
that r'onld rean--nothing oroh having.
Againthe Court niLht select sne Trust, Co.,that hrP as Puob i.t Leros't it
o rLuaohing ou" Flynourth Rock ae sanaB has in saints. "et' lookgweli,
bhofor we lep*.
tiinoerely yours






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RICHARD W. ERVIN
TAX AGENT


STATE OF FLORIDA
THE TRUSTEES OF THE INTERNAL IMPROVEMENT FUND
TALLAHASSEE
Sept. 4, 1936.


Hon. J. Stuart Lewis, Beretary,
Trustees 1.I.uand,
Tallahassee, Florida.
Re Redemption oheok Fred B. Fenno, 01791.8 LV
Dear 81rl
You will pleeas have Trustees lesue their oheok to Fred
I. Fenuo, Olerk of Oourt, Pala Besah Oounty for =I191.5_
to oover redemption of individual dra nage oertifioates i over.
ing lands deeded to Mr. Thomas 1. Will of tort Latuerdale,
Florida, and against which the Irusteen hold Mortgage, vift


ij of NZ* Am of See. 37-44-36

Tracts 5 to 58 inal.
Okeelanta Addition See.35-44 38

Tracts 79 to 82 inol.
Okeelanta Addition 8eo.35-44-38e

Tracts 87 to 90 final.
Okeelanta Addition See.35-44-36
Total


$143'T.9


77.51

94.01 5 3 -


Please give this matter your immediate attention
as I am informed by Mr. Fenno that tax deed will be issued/!
thereon on the 30th inet. provided this redemption is not /
made.

oure very truly


Tax Agent


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JOHN W. MARTIN, GOVERNOR
SE-OrrICIO PRESIDENT
TAT ERNEST AMOS, COMPROLLER
STATE OF FLORIDA J.C.LUNING,TREASURER
J. B.JOHNSON,
TRUSTEES OF THE INTERNAL IMPROVEMENT FUND ATTORNEY GENERAL,
NATHAN MAYO,
AND BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS TRCOSTEES.ORD. OS.LEMA:
OF EVERGLADES DRAINAGE DISTRICT
J. STUART LEWIS,
SECRETARY
TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA

September 7th, 1926.







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


Dear Sir:


Your telegram of this date addressed
to Mr. Luning was brought to the attention of the
Trustees at their meeting held this morning and
I was instructed to advise you that unless you
protect.land which has been sold for drainage
taxes, upon which taxdeeds are about to be is-
sued, immediately, the Trustees will have to can-
cel your contract.

I am enclosing you herewith copy of
) letter received by me from Clerk of the circuit
Court, Mr. Fenno, West Palm Beach, Fla., showing
land upon which tax deed is about to be issued.
The amount of taxes on these tracts are as follows:

Section 27 $ 1,437.98
Tracts 55 to 58 incl. 77.51
Tracts 79 to 82 94.01
Tracts 87 to 90 incl. 182.05

$ 1,791.55

As you will note from Fenno's letter, these
certificates myst be taken up immediately and if you
do not intend to take them up, and expect to have con-
tracttcancelled, advise thisoffice immediately so the
Trustees can project thisproperty. At the meeting
you were given ten days in which to do this today is
/9I the 7th, so on the 18th, if I fail to receive a reply


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from you, the Trustees will proceed to cancel
nut contract and pay these redemptions themselves.




Yours very truly,


J. Stuart Lewis,


SECRETARY.


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Form t207A
Of SERVICE DESIRED
SSO SERVICE DESIRED W ESTUNION NO. CASH ORCHG

DAY LETTER
NIGHT MESSAGE CHECK
NIGHT LETTER I
Patrons should mark an X
site the class of service des red T I
OTHERWISE THE MESSAGE TIME FILED
WILL BE TRANSMITTED AS A
FULL-RATE TELEGRAM NEWCOMB CARLTON, PREsIDENT4 GEORGE W. E. ATKINS. FIRST VICE-PRESIDENT
Send the following message, subject to the terms on' back hereof, which are hereby agreed to

3e:.tr n' *r Si::t:. 1916

To Joh. O.LUr'-iC'."c "-I -.-i.-: -co. ,:'.cM L, '.r.

Street and No. (roT.phos ) Lc?'.-'t.I b1lli~.-

Place l.' -,:".'" )ria_.

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SSENDER'S ADDRESS SENDER'S TELE-
FOR REFERENCE PHONE NUMBER







ALL MESSAGES TAKEN BY THIS COMPANY ARE SUBJECT TO THE FOLLOWING TE .
To guard against mistakes or 1 d, lava, the sender of a message Fbould order it rrppaird tht i.. telearaph.d back to the originating office for comparison .
one-half the unrepeated message rate is charged in ail.livin UnltI' otlh.r'l,' indicated on its face, this i, an unrepeated message and paid for as such, in cohthe
whereof it is agreed between the sender of the rrn, _.5ce ar.d iJ i 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 message received for transmission at tB
peated-message rate beyond the sum of five hundred dollars; nor for mistakes or delays in the transmission or delivery, or for non-delivery, of any message recivi,
transmission at the repeated-message rate beyond the sum of five thousand dollars, unless specially valued; nor in any case for delays arising from unavoidable interrulpun
in the working of its lines; nor for errors in cipher or obscure messages.
2. In any event the company shall nirt b. liable f...r Jd ..rr,:,_,7..r mi ijk. c.r .cla a in thei transmission or delivery, or for the non-delivery, of any message, whether
caused by thi r.. .lia. ir .- of its servants or o:l, i ,, %i, .\id th, ,.nm ,lo t.'.. th:i. sand dullhr-. I [ whi; h an,.--irt i :.,. I. -ssage is deemed to be valued, unless a preatcr value
is stated in wrirllf i itl. sender thereof ai ili. lmin i,- rt.r?..- I,- I. ndJ.-r.d -..r trnr,,nIn,.son, ari siiit' l th. r(lp.... ed-message rate is paid or agreed to be paid, and an
additional charge equal to one-tenth of one p. r - A tI i* .,r.-.u.it I.. -., I.. 1 Ii.i 1 1 .i d .-:I i\. 'I ,I.l. .-i, lI dollars.
3. The company is hereby made the agent of the sender, withc.-ll I. il,.r .. I.. i.r' ,rdl it-is message over the lines of 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 to' rn.,. ..- "*n. r p..pl.lli.n ..r 1-. and within one mile of such office in other cities
ortowns. Beyond these limits the company does not undertaketo make delivery, but will, `0it-l. t ii .' -. in .t it -.. i. r ;request, as his agent and at his expense, endeav-
or to contract ',r hii, f.rr -ich delivery at a reasonable price.
5. No r pr-.ill.i attaches to this company concerning messages until the same are accepted at one of its transmitting offices; and if a message is sent to such
office by one of ili ... rl. 1. 's i. n-.:r'. he acts for that purpose as the agent of the sender.
6. The --.mp',rn. il nol i.. li, Ie 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.
7. It is agreed that in any action by the company to recover the tolls for any message or messages the prompt and correct transmissidh and delivery thereof
shall be presumed, subject to rebuttal by competent evidence.
8. 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.
9. No employee of the company is authorized to vary the foregoing. THE WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH COMPAN #
INCORPORATED
NEWCOMB CARLTON, PRESIDENT


CLASSES OF
TELEGRAMS
A full-rate 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.
Night 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 ir- ohblicai.in in such cases with respect
to delivery by mailing such Night iMest sigs at destination, postage
prepaid.
DAY LETTERS
A deferred day service at rates lower than the standard telegram
rates as follows: One and one-half times the standard Night Letter
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 consideration of th? reduced rate for this special Day
Letter service, the following special terms in addition to those enu-
merated aninvie are hereby agreed to:
A. Day Letters may be forwarded by the Telegraph Company 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-


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 day, at rates still lower than standard night ni..-.r:.?
rates, as follows: The standard telegram rate for 10 words shall be
charged for the transmission of 50 words or less, and one-fifth of
such standard telegram rate for 10 words shall be charged for each
additional 10 words or less.
SPECIAt TERMS APPLYING TO NIGHT LETTERS:
In further consideration of the reduced rates fqr this special Night
Letter service, the following special terms in addition to those enu-
merated above are hereby agreed to:
A. Night Letters may at the option of the Telegraph Company
be mailed at destination to the addressees, and the Company shall
be deemed to have discharged its obligation in such cases with re-
spect to delivery by mailing such Night Letters at destination, post-
age prepaid.
B. Night Letters shall be written in plain English. Code language
is not permissible.
No employee of the Company is authorized to vary the f.)re..;,:






'F (' OF SERVICE DESIRED
cLEGRAM WEST
MDAY LETTER
NIGHT MESSAGE
NIGHT LETTER
Patrons should mark an X oppo- T E L
site the class of service desired
OTHERWISE THE MESSAGE
WILL BE TRANSMITTED AS A
FULL-RATE TELEGRAM NEWCOMB CARLTON. PRnnasiNT


UNION


AM


GEORGE W. E. ATKINS. PIRST VICE.PRESIDENT
a


Form 1207A
NO. CASH OR CHG

CHECK

TIME FILED


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


To Y 1 t_ an U ,T-1r,
i Street and" Nz-.,i -a) gt -I
"n ^ffLa^ -l,
rp.c lT,...,.-(_. Rg-t_







ALL MESSAGES TAKEN BY THIS COMPANY ARE SUBJECT TO THE FOLLOWING TERMS:
To guard against mistakes or delays, the scndcr of a rmr. ,:e. ~trinl. d nrd-r It repetedrl. tI.t i,.. I,-lcirapl,. J 1,L,.k t.:. ti -.ripin iLung offt.-: for r.-.mparison. For this,'
nr..I,. lI the un:. I. i,.. r.., -. .,,* rate is charged in addition, ('nl, :. il. rn"l e .IdiLatLLl ,n II a hae. this i, a *enr. r- trre m.:sage and paid for as such, in consideration
ah. r.-.i it is ag,.* il I t..r i i' I.,l.r .f i.,, n. .. ,.J il.I. company as followa,
1. The ,,nr*., .1,...11 It ,.I ,.,r r,,-. ,i ... .r .1. I ,., ; ihf i,-i ,.,il.i inin nr d.'IiV-ry. or for non-delivery, of any message received fr irn'..; i-;.r, at the unre-
pm .L d-mn,. ',. r,.'t beyond the sun. .. 1..'. 1,I,.... I..1 i.lr r ..r iis,. ik. 0r .J-la.'i in Il.r transmission or delivery, or for non-delivery, '.. o rcaure received for
Ltrairi ini ,,,r, .1 the repeated-measag, r,i. I., .,,. r r,, ,, ...,1 1,. I J-u n r, i ollar., ,d; ISi,, u, ,,1, ;,, ..,,, case for delays arising frcm i ir.u .. idabl. Ill.: rr ptU tn
in Ih1I usrlini f iA.. irn. nor for rr.'r. il .IrI,.r *r ,i.~..ir,- n., ,
2. Ir, Ly tl I i hel. compact .,,II .1.. L, I. I- l,..r L.n. eI i.. .r misiak .r r Idel ,. I II II r, i..nnir,, ..,'-.l ,. li. \i i r,, r i:r Ihe non-delivery, of any mri .sic.g .ibth-r
runn..l lv Ii. I.ovhis r . --I its servants or otherwise, :... r.. I th, ...,nr of i,,i t ho 4.inI d.ll 1 ~1 III. h ,,nur .. .1 h r. ,c. i- ,l.eemed to be valued, n rn = rnl, r t ..,- l,
1 r',tI ir, ,rirli. I,- itl, Bender thereof at the timn II1. ... ,., I I.rlr. I.r ir n.-I,,-. .. ,,I Lr ith r ,:i. p. : :- a :-ip. i rate is paid or agreed lt be pr.,.J. and an
n'l.l lt.,iil I,,,r, i1 Il .. one-te"nth of one per cent o.i .. n. ,,,, t I.. 1. 1.. ;1, lr % ,l,, ,. ,i, I ,Ji . ,'l i.r.I.- th,. ,[.|r J il. ,rI
I iI,, j.mlr.w., I- hereby made the agent of IIl I. l..r ILlii0it I lh! ; i.. l.,r .l ih, n.. :: .hr sI. a. it. t L IC .,L ;, rAther company when necessary to reach its
destination.
4. Messages will he delivered free within one-half mile of the company's office ir, i,. r,, .; .,'.,4ii r.orllail.i.n .ir Ir .;, ur.l nii Ln one mile of such office in other cities
or towns. Beyond these liits the company does not undertake to make delivery, but ill, '11- bI, I.aI,,It.. I t,. ,, r. rl,-, i.. ia, his agent and at his expense, endeav-
or to contract for him for sIllh delivery at a reasonable price.
5. N, r. -1.......i. Int attaches to this company concerning n.- .: .. Itil II. m.I ,r., accepted at one of its transmitting offices; and if a message is sent to such
office by .or,.-.l 11 .,r..- r.: .*... r ., r.. he acts for that purpose .. I r., of l. :, ..1. r
6i ri..,h l11 t, 1 I., H 1. for damages or statutory penalties in any ease where the claim is not presented in writing within sixty days after the message is
fled with the company for transmission.
7. It is agreed that in any action by the company to recover the tolls for any message or messages the prompt and correct transmission and delivery th. r-. i
shall be presumed, subject to rebuttal by competent i ...
S. Special terms governing the transmission ,f r.,.,- ., a under the classes of messages enumerated below shall apply to messages in each of such respective classes
in addition to all the f... c.-inc itertns.
No employ oi IbL company is authorized to vary the foregoing. THE WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH COMPANY
INCORPORATED
NEWCOMB CARLTON, PRESIDENT


CLASSES
TELEGRAMS
A, full-rate expedited service.
NIGHT MESSAGES
AAcer,'.l ilp I, 110 A.M.. at reduced rates to be sent during the
night and delivered not earlier than the morning of the ensuing busi-
ness day. :
Night MlIc'..:-ce m-I', at tl.. option of th': Tclr.-raph C. '.mrani be
mailId at (d stin.li...Inn tl.. :,lJr,':.e -in.i the Company h.Ill be
detemrn. to have' ,iichlirzeI. it obhliatin In :u-h b ca,:e-s rithl rl-iiect
to delivery byv nialinrg such Night lIMe.sa-ce at di.tinatiou, p:ostage
prepaid.
DAY LETTERS
A deferred day service at rares lower third thln -tand.lar.l t legram
rates as foll.l- i- :. and i.ne-holf tun.:- til, Sti-ndarn Ni:hr Letter
rate for the Iranm;llI-in of .i0 words orless and *-.,r-rdirth of the initial
rates for each alIl ,,on:al 10 words or less.
SPECIAL TERMS APPLYING TO DAY LrTTP1r'A
In furth,:r ,,,nid,.:-rat.iin cr Lth rc.liI.--ll rate for tlhi, special Day
Letter serr-i. the I'.ll..I:ng special tel-rm in addition to those enu-
merated above are her':.v acrf*-. rt.
A. Day Li-t.-r, n.a- Ie for.. .ini1,., I..- hhe. Telegraph Coir. as-. as
a deferred ;-:r,]i..' and the transmi sinn and delivery ,f -luch Day
Letters is, in all respects, subordinate In the priority i:f trans.lnl:..,i-.
and delivery of r.,,1.tt.r t.-lc-ranim .
B. Day Letter shli:l lihe n-rllt-ri in plain Fr.nTi i Code language
is not permissible.
o. This Day Letter is received subject to the express understand-


OF SERVICE
ing and agreement that the C..mranvm doe: ,ot undertake that. a
DaLi) L. tter hil, l h'- Jd-1,l er.3 on the .-i'., of its .-I e ah-...lntely, and
at all iv.-Ent: hlb t th.at the C3 mpI n',I' .:' hli -l jti.n I thtl re Ssubje-t to th n.t t tllhat there ihall ri.-rain iulffi~i-rnt time f.-r
the transmission nlld h h''.,:ry ..f zi.ch )Da\ Lettir tn th.- da;. ..if its
dat.- Iri;r- r.edil.r '.tnhl(, hoiir: ; iihj.a to thi priority of th.: tran --
Inli-i.'o rc.'ll:Lr teleprarms ujdr.j r thI crln'.lhitInt n:am!ed a;bh ve.
S No mph.y,.: ofi the (C-'mpai.y, 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 day, at rates still lower than standard night message
rat:-. as foll.>w. The standard telegramrr rate for 10 words shall be
..hajred for the. tr- rnill--ii..n T .',, wr.rds. or less, and one-fifth-of
;ru:h 'tannJ ir.l Ileraiu rI.i. I-, r ir eI.. ,rd shall be charged for each
additional 10 iwrd o.r ,i-.
SPECIAL TERMS APPLYING TO NIGHT LETTERS:
In further Ic,-ns.id,:r iti-n of the reduced rates for this special Night
Letter service, llth full.'-".ii-. 'peciil termrn it, a'llition to tb. 'e enu-
merate] ho'.ve ir..- hereb'h agreed to:
A. Nil.ht L:-ti:rs may at the option of the Telegraph Company
be mailed at destination to the a.lir.--.ee-, and the C.,-mrpiinv shall
be deemed to have di--:1lareJ-its obligation in such i: ei-- with re-
spect to delivery by mia!ing .urh Night Letters at destination, post-
age prepaid.
B. Ni-.Lt Lelfers shall be written in plain En.lihil Code language
is not p.-rmisibl L
No employee of the Company is authorized to vary the foregoing.W






:LASS OF SERVICE DESIRED
S TELEGRAM
DAY LETTER _
NIGHT MESSAGE
NIGHT LETTER _
Palions should mark an X oppo-
site tne class ol service desired
OTHERWISE THE MESSAGE
WILL BE TRANSMITTED AS A
FULL-RATE TELEGRAM


NEWCOMB CARLTON. PnIuIDnzmT


UNION



AM

GEORGE W. E. ATKINS. FIRST VICK-PREsIDENT


Form 1207A
NO. CASH OR CHG


CHECK

TIME FILED


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



To 19


Street and No. (O"Telepo)


Place




I r


ALL MESSAGES TAKEN BY THIS COMPANY ARE SUBJECT TO THE FOLLOWING TERMS
To guard against mointal:ps or delays, the srdcr ,i a mrsacEge should order it repeated, that is. telerraphed hack to the oriinating" officer for ermpnrson Fori
one-half th' unrepe't. d nie-cSag rate is charcid in addition Unless otherwise indicated on its face,.tbis la an unrepeanted mesEaL a and paid for as such, i cronlderl-
whereof It iL 1aTCed beiween trie ecder of the mr. r c.: and ih.- comnpua n as tollowb 1
1 The company atoal nut be liable for miiLtak c or 'J:,'i~., In tih tr anetmis.ion or delivrn'. or f.r non-dertlr. .:.f -.ay mrIsne,' received for transmission ai at.e unRT ,
peated-mes.,age rate beyond the asum of bve hlndrr.d do:llr--. no3r i-r miTiilakie or delbas in rbr trunaieilaiurs at I.llivery, nr for or.in-delivhrr ol ansy mrnsare rr.rived nfor
transmrrision at the repeateld-imes jae rite beyond the sumni of Evr thousaijnd dollars, uni s' spec'.illy rdluJ;c nor in anD car I'.,r dela.ys aruimng rom unaxoniablr initrruption
in the worLing of its hnte. nor for errors in ipher or ob-cure omesagn'
2. In any event the company ball not be liable ur dt aragesa itr mistakes or dela s in th' trannsmll ion or drili rI. or Ifor the nrn-dc'livrry. of an r meager, whether
caused by the nocligence oi its servant, .r otti:r ine, bLvnnd the Eum of five lliausaod dollars. at wlhih rnnioiDt Lr. h niL rAr: as deenmil to In valued. unlrss ii greai.*r value
is stated in writing by the tender therreo at tti ti'mi: thi- nmrtsa.- is tcuderred or trnnnimi-ai.n. ind urnl -. tL"r rr peatl..-nmir.6agep rate i.- p.idd or agreed to b' paid. and an
additional charge equal It opL-tellJt of one per ei:nt or the amount t writh iui:h viluL ii-u; n :-hill r C .:d li- thnlou.and dollars
3 The company is hereby made the asenrt of tte sender. wn-thor liability. to floorird this mi.:c.nage over the lhnes el any other roinpanv w hrn uecessar) to reach its
destination
4 NMe sagcs w-ill be dilive:red free thin on--ihalf mile of the roimpiin offr" iri tuivin o 35.0"00 population or Iis-, und within chnP mile ei such offie in other rltirs
or towns. Bevornd thsce lnt a there comriuay Jndo'.( nir Iondcliae to make delvery, bLIt will. n.thoult lnabli.n, at thh 't r1.J r' r[i iusl. as h1 agent and at his expenEr, erdnev-
or to contract for him ftr such deliuvr' r at. rrie rnibl-' priCe.
6. Nn respap n.illlt, attahrbs to this ronTipanrF .,riccrnine m.esiges until th'- sim. 're nci.ept- d at r-un: cl its itran'rTiliti'' Ocffl ,. and if a message iFe F:nt 1o auch
office by one of the companr'a m:r. .:nc:ra, he ni-ts for tli purpr. as tl: .icr nt .:F iIt. rLnd( r
U The company aill not b. liable Icfr damacesi .:r lsatut:',r' pcnaltiv In iany rs li r.sL.'re the Inim is rn.:.t rF.r. nt.-d in rating r.ithin ir ixt da- r after the mrsiagr is
filed ilth the company for transmi.iton
7. It mi nareel that in an i :tlion by hb-- cLtnmpn-' ti- rYcover the I':l:i lor anyn mci l.-: or mi' --.. the prompt and corr.'c trInrrmilsiou and dJlivrry thereof
shall be prieumed, subjert to r,'bulttl bv rorn-_tcnt r.vi.i r,,r.
S Special terms. goiTrDinr the tranmiasitori of m..ages uJnder i ib- classe of mresages -num-.rat, i] belno shall hpply to mresnpzge in each nf atllh rrepeFrtfv rlasers
In add, ion to all thr forrpoing tPrn.T
9. Noeemployceoi tmaecompany Is authorizec to vary ithioregoing. THE WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH COMPANY


CLASSES OF
TELEGRAMS
A full-rate expedited service.
NIGHT MESSAGES
Accepted up to 2:00 ,i...l. at reduced rates to be sent dunne the
night and de-ivered not earlier thin tha morning of the ensuLcn busi-
ness day.
Night Mcssaees may at the option of the Telegraph Company be
mailed at destination to the addrercsir., and the Company shall be
deemed to have discharged its obligation in sui:h cases with respect
to delivery by mailing such Night Messages at destination, postage
prepaid.
DAY LETTERS
A deferred day Eervic? at rates lower thin the standard telegram
rates S follows: One and one-half tim,'i tihe standard Night Letter
rate for the transmissioh of 50 words or less and one-fifth of the initial
rates for each additional 10 words or leIts.
i SPECIAL TERMS APPLYING TO D.lY LEITT-RS'
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 mav lie forwardedT by tih TelregTph Company as
a deferred serFne and the transmission and dellhv'ry 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 En-lish Code language
is not permissible.
o. This Day Letter is received subject to the express understand-


a


INCORPORATED
NEWCOMB GARLTON, PREsIDENT

SERVICE
Inc ain aircneeent that the Company does not undertake that a
Day Letter Fhall be delivered on the day of its date absolutely, and
at all event.; but that the Company's obligation in this respect is
subject to the condition that there shall remain sufficirint time for
the tranmroislon and delivery of such Day Letter on the day of its
date durnn retiil]-r office hours, 'ubject to the priority of the trans-
mi-si:',n uf ri-niljr telegrams und.-r the conditions named above.
No employee of the Company i. authorized to vary the foregoing.

NIGHT LETTERS
Accepted up to 2.0)0 A.'.. for delivery on the morning of the en-
suimg bi sin:erd day, at rates still lower than standard night message
rates, as follows. The standard telegram rate for 10 words shall be
charged for the tr in'nii-ion of .10 r nrds or lecs. and one-fifth of
surh standard. telezrarm r.Jt. fior 10 woalr shall be charged for each
additional 10 words or lcs.
SPECiAL TERIIA APPLYING TO NIGHT LT.'TEILS:
In further consideration ,.'f the reduced rite; for this special Night
Letter service, the following special terms in addition to those enu-
merated above ajre hereby agreed to:
A. Night Letters may at the option of the Tc.leraph Company
be mailed at destm.ition to the addr-ser-es, and the Company shall
be deemed to have discharged its obligation in such cases with re-
spect, to delivery by mailng such Night Letters at destination, post-
age prepaid.
a Niht Letters shall be written in plain Enghsh. Code language
is not permissible.
No employee of the Company is authorized to vary the foregoing.


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P ASS OF SERVICE DESIRED
TELEGRAM WESTE UNION
DAY LETTER
NIGHT MESSAGE
NJGHT LETTER
Patrons should mark an Xl ppN-
site the class ol service desired:
OTHERWISE THE MESSAGE
WILL BE TRANSMITTED AS A
FULL-RATE TELEGRAM NEWCOMB CARLTON. PRESIDENT GEORGE W. E. ATKINS. FIRST VICE-PRESIDENT
Send the following message, subject to the terms on back hereof, which are hereby agreed to (


Form 1207A


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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 r.r .i.,
one-half the unrepeated message rate is charged in addition. Unless otherwise indicated on its face, this is an unrepeated message and paid for as such, an con..ld r ii. ,i
whereof it is agreed between the 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 message received 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 for non-delivery, of any message received for
transmission at the repeated-message rate beyond the sum of five thousand dollars, unless specially valued; nor in any case for delays arising from unavoidable interruption
in the working of its lines; nor for errors in cipher or obscure messages.
2. In any event the company shall not be liable for damages for mistakes 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 each 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 the repeated-message rate is paid or agreed to be paid, and an
additional charge equal to one-tenth of one per cent of the amount by which such valuation shall exceed five thousand dollars.
3. The company is hereby made the agent of the sender, without liability, to forward this message over the lines of any other company when necessary to reach its
destination.
4. Messti-e. will bh d-livered free within one-half mile of the company's office in towns of 5,000 population or less, and within one mile of such office in other cities
or towns. Er :.,.n 1i h I l. I i the company 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 for him for such delivery at a reasonable price.
5. No responsibility attaches to this company concerning messages until the same are accepted at one of its transmitting offices; and if a message is sent to such
office by one of the company's messengers, he acts for that purpose as the agent of the sender.
6. The company will 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.
7. It is agreed that in any action by the company to recover the tolls for any message or messages the prompt and correct transmission and delivery thereof
shall be presumed, subject to rebuttal by competent evidence.
8. 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.
9. No employee of the company is authorized to vary the foregoing. THE WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH COMPANY
INCORPORATED
NEWCOMB CARLTON, PRESIDENT


CLASSES
TELEGRAMS
A full-rate 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.
Night 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 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 telegram
rates as follows: One and one-half times the standard Night Letter
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 consideration of the reduced rate fbr 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 Telegraph Company 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.
.o This Day Letter i received aubjeot to the express understand-


OF SERVICE
ing and agreement that the Company does not undertake that a
Day Lc tter 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 day, at rates still lower than standard night message
rates, as follows: The standard telegram rate for 10 words shill be
charged for the transmission of 50 words or less, and one-fifth of
such standard telegram rate for 10 words shall be charged for each\
additional 10 words or less.
SPECIAL TERMS APPLYING TO NIGHT LETTERS:
In further consideration of the reduced rates for this special Night
Letter service, the following special terms in addition to those enu-
merated above are hereby agreed to:
A. Night Letters may at the option of the Telegraph Company
be mailed at destination to the addressees, and the Company shall
be deemed to have discharged its obligation in such cases with re-
spect to delivery by mailing such Night Letters at destination, post-
age prepaid.
B. Night Letters shall be written in plain English. Code language
is not permissible.
No employee of the Company is authorized to vary the foregoing@






.LASS OF SERVICE DESIRED
e--------------
TELEGRAM
DAY LETTER
NIGHT MESSAGE
NIGHT LETTER
Patrons should mark an XItopp'
site the class of service desired;
OTHERWISE THE MESSAGE
WILL BE TRANSMITTED AS A
FULL-RATE TELEGRAM


UNION


AM


NEWCOMB CARLTON. PRESIDENT


GEORGE W. E. ATKINS. FIRST VICE-PRESIDENT


Porm 1207A
NO. CASH OR CHG


CHECK

TIME FILED


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

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To


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FOR REFERENCE


SENDER'S TELE-
PHONE NUMBER


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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 nrds.age should order it repealed. that Li. teleiruphtd back to the orisinatiunr ,liTrc for crmparis m For tius.
one-half the unrepeated message rate is charged in addition. l'n[ki otherwise indicated on ita [a:e, thlb is an unrepeated mcsag.e and paid for as su:h, in considcrutiin
whereof it is agreed between the sender of the message and th]i ci'ompnpy as follows.
1. The company shall not be liable for mistakes or delays in the transmission or delivery. or For non-delihvry, of any message received for transmission at the unre-
peated-message rate beyond the sum of five hundred dollars; nor for ,muitaLke; or delays in it,- tranzmimsion or delivery, or for non-delivery, of any message revrivrd Ior
transmission at the repeated-message rate beyond the sum of five thousand dollars, unless specially ralue-; nor in any case for delays arising from unavoidable intrruptln:.
in the working of its lines; nor for errors in cipher or obscure messages.
2. In any event the company shall not be liable for damages for nu.isakes or delays in the tranamission or deli crir. of.r r the non-delivery, of any message, whether
caused by the negligence of its servants or otherwise, beyond the sum of 6Eve tbousjand dollar.. at aliacL amount *'ah nl.:,.. c 13 deemed to be valued, unless r pretier value
is stated in writing by the sender thereof at the time the message is tendered for transmission, ard unless th, r. porid-mer-ln. n rate ispaid or agreed to hb paid, and an
additional charge equal to one-tenth of one per cent of the amount by which such valuation shall : x'-.:d n e thlousend dollar,
3. The company is hereby made the agent of the sender, without liability, to forward this message over the linf of an y 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 less, and within one mile of such office in other cities
or towns. Beyond these limits the company does not undertake to make delivery, but will, without ability, at the sender's request, as his agent and at his expense, endeav-
or to contract fr hii', f. r -uch delivery at a reasonable price.
5. No r1-', -pI -' -ilty attaches to this company concerning messages until the same are accepted at one of its transmitting offices; and if a message is sent to such
office by one of the company's messengers, he acts for that purpose as the agent of the sender. '
6. The company will 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.
7. It is agreed that in any action by the company to recover the tolls for any message or messages the prompt and correct transmission and delivery thenroi
shall be presumed, subject to rebuttal by competent evidence.
8. Special terms governing the transmission of messages under the classes of messages enumerated below shall apply to messages in each of such r.:ipet iv. crlsse
in addition to all the foregoing terms.
9. No employee of the company is authorized to vary the foregoing. THE WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH COMPANY
INCORPORATED
NEWCOMB CARLTON, PRESIDENT


CLASSES .OF SERVICE


TELEGRAMS /
A full-rate 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.
Nicht 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 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 telegram
rates as follows: One and one-half times the standard Night Letter
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 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 Telegraph Company 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.
o. Tia Day Letter is received iubjeot to the express understand-


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 day, at rates still lower than standard night message
rates, as follows: The standard telegram rate for 10 words shall.be
charged for the transmission of 50 words or less, and one-fifth of
such standard telegram rate for 10 words shall be charged for each
additional 10 words or less.
SPECIAL TERMS APPLYING TO NIGHT LETTERS;
In further consideration of the reduced rates for this special Night
Letter service, the following special terms in addition to those enu-
merated above are hereby agreed to:
A. Night Letters may at the option of the Telegraph Company
be mailed at destination to the addressees, and the Company shall
be deemed to have discharged its obligation in. such cases with re-
spect to delivery'by mailing such Night Letters at destination, post-
age prepaid.
n. Night Letters shall be written in plain English. Code language
is not permissible.
No employee of the Company is authorized to vary the foregoing


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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
WILL BE TRANSMITTED AS A
FULL-RATE TELEGRAM


WEST UNION



TEL LLAM


NEWCOMB CARLToN. PREgIDENT


GEORGE W. E. ATKINS. FIRST VICE-PREUIDENT


Form 1207A
NO. CASH ORCHG


CHECK

TIME FILED


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


19-Z


Toj r.Lt- t, (15 1,A412 mrkiiJ,


Street and No. (or Tele"Pho

Place- "r"


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ALL MESSAGES TAKEN BY THIS COMPANY ARE SUBJECT TO THE FOLLOWING TERMS:
To cu.j:ad :,i;in t mi.-il.r- or d. lay.e, the stindr r[ a message shoull order it rrpeaicd, that i. ielt .raphed back k' the originating office frer comparison i ur tLI.,
one-hall thie Inr.- pl-rr'- me.;,a, rit is .liarg d iD addition Unless obtherwie i indicate on its iace, this it an unrepeated messago and paid ior r such, in nuc inE, it..it.n.
whereof IL Is a'rt,,d betwePen ti,[ 6-.:[di r F thie rr.i:a.L.:e and thij company an fololo s:
1. Tbhe :,mp.ny italil '.t be liable for nu:.I.uke. or .elays ln the tran.n~ui.loo or deliver.ri. or I:.r non-delivery, of ahy rncs-age rec-i\.ed (.r I in.rranission at ril, uinrL-
peated-me.esage rate be!onj trh ;uln of five hundred dollars; nor for mistakes or dlavys I tie rrr..rir.llir.n or delivery, or lor non-d,:lvery, .f a b, neesie. r.t rt' l [kr
iranamnision at the rer,:l'cd-rrme.-ure rate beyond the sum of.five thousand dollars, unless spcciplly valued; nor in any case for delays arising from uniavc-idable iittrr"i tirn
,n the wor.inr oif i [hnrt.. nor Ir.r errorss in ..phr or obh.,ure mreasag.
2i. in any *: vet It rcomprny shall r,,.. bi. able io.r damages l'r mitakLca or dela' .r, th. 'raIisni.,ion or delivery, or for the non-delivery, of any message, whether
caused by the n'.rliwh e.'..I is.-rv'nts or oti:ri ac, bvcyo d the sm or alve thc.sand d.llr-.a a, rh arrm:.unir ach message is deemed to be valued. unless a greater velue
taisiated in wrliag_; h the &,nd.r iltereof at thc t.rne the mesange is teiderrd irr tranenii..sic.n andi uni ., thr repeated-message rate is paid or atgrcd to be paid, and an
additional charge ceuil to .one-t:nth of one per rt i of the amount b\ wlii h s., t valuation shall exceed five thousand dollars.
3 The ronpany I.; hIre'l- made the agrnt of the endcr. subhrout hiriliiv. to forward this message over the lines of any other company when necessary to reach its
dreiination
4. Mesnages will b.e dcl;iv. red free within one-half mile of the compin '. orf,. iin loars of 5 000 r..-platiiin 'r lr . anl within one mile of such office in other cities
or towns. Beyond thtoi limits the company does not uind-rtiae to make dv.lev r%, but aill, nithiut liihili av. ', th.v i nd,'r i r',i-iCeI. a., his agent and at his c.rpenee. endeav-
or to contract for him f':-r liuch deliveryy at a rEasonable price..
5 No r.epon-ibilitv arti..'he to this company ron'-.rnine m.~-raps unrll the same are accepted at one of its transmitting offices; and if a message is sent to such
office by one oi the company. '. me.-.engrr, he acts for that purpros as [th. -cn of the sender.
6. The cro'.parn ill n...t liable for damages or itatutrr, pernali.i in any case where the claim is not presented in writing within sixty days after the message is
filed vath the company fo-r trar.Am n-i)n
7. It is 3ir.:.1 that in an5 action by the company to recov. r ih,: tI:.ll or any message or messages the prompt and correct transmission and delivery thereof
shall be pr sumed, sudbjct to rebuttal by competent evidence.
8. .pei al t.rmr3 g ..vr.rning the transmi.sion of me.,age under ihc rlasdes of messages enumerated below shall apply to messages in each of such rr ipoer;- rlLea
in addition to all th lortegoino terms
9. No employee ol the company is authorized to vary the foregoing. THE WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH COMPANY
INCORPORATED
NEWCOMB CARLTON, PRESIDENT


CLASSES C
TELEGRAMS
A full-rate 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.
Night 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 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 telegram
rates as follows: One and one-half times the ;tAndard Night Letter
rate for the transmission of 50 words or less and one-fifth of the initial
rates for ea-h additional 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 mav be forwarded by the Telegraph Company 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 Enclish. Code language
is not permissible..
This Day Letter is received subject to the express understand-


)F 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 day, at rates still lower than standard night message
rates, as follows: The standard telegram rate for 10 words shall be
charged for the transmission of 50 words or less, and one-fifth of
such standard telegram rate for 10 words shall be charged for each
additional 10 words or less.
SPECIAL TERMS APPLYING TO NIGHT LETTERS:
In further consideration of the reduced rates for this special Night
Letter service, the following special terms in addition to those enu-
merated above are hereby agreed to:
A. Night Letters may at the option of the Telegraph Company
be mailed at destination to the addressees, and the Company shall
be deemed to have discharged its obligation in such cases with re-
spect to delivery by mailing such Night Letters at destination, post-
age prepaid.
B. Night Letters shall be written in plain English. Code language
is not permissible.
No employee of the Company is authorized to vary the foregoing.





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.r. Thes. E. Will,
Ft. Laudereite, Fla.

Dear i.ir. Vi.i. :

1 .. aving y a.fint...ets at

133uJ So. Andrews Ave. now iai ca. see y.u -

Sat 9:3'j tu....ri 'w j.,u niin at that address.

Very truly yours,



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ALONZO WILDER, SE HEAauRER


W. W. LINGLE^APER IDENT JAMEW LU.4. vIrne. r IE I l



tlingle & Qompany
INCORPORATED
REAL ESTATE INVESTMENTS


MIAMI. FLORIDA
Sept. I3th.

Dear Doctor Will:-
Back in i..ieni, lave given up the office, also have moved down the
block to 158 U.E.4th. street, next door to where I first lived when I came to
S.iami.
Indiana people all think Florida has gone to the bow wows and I
did muth t-,lking. sany people will cone dovn this winter and w'ril invest if they
find conditions as I told then. Indiana has.the greatest what, fruit and corn
cop in thr history of the world and farmers mnkiii gney. A fti.ure ini our little
to.in ruine-d m'n:,y people. iore thaLn .:4300,000.00 lost in it and m:IJ-.ny poor people
lost every c-et. It also carried do:-m a few m~rch:-nts and soiEle more ftiilures are
due coon. .;y brother got caught for QI,000.00, but fortunately he can standit.
L;any more people here than when I left, but don't think conditions
are really any bettor as yet. Air told the R.F, .ri.i missikeel'--itas anjd come by
ILke I!arbor, is his true? MLy in:for;..ait said he knew it to be. Hope not, but such
is life.
Hvae some Indiana farms that are clear, well located, and can
be traed for Florida property. CJan :ou dig up a. deal or so? Would like something
',. c0n cut up into a torm_ site proposition. -Have one place of I,000 acres, six
-miles from, French Lick. Another place of 408 acres, on stone road, three miles
of county seat, i- fruit brlt, good timer&c. Free of -ebt. Also many small farms.
E.ave a to-.n site man .who :'-ill tn'ke ovir and nut on a rcal honest to goodness deal,
but h-? must have a square deal. Let me hear from you at your early convenience.
Tool: cc.re of th? i terest o0, the 90 acres from hone.
!'.ith best inchese s for yo!u And yours,
1;ill Ling.le.
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Lake WorthqPla.
?hj dear' LadamS-h
To-r favE o the 9th. just received.
Ton have toaobed a very large and important suBblect~-ah too larpe to
handlo- by asrrepo-denoes
If you erre to seall I shall be glad to give you w infarnafmlton I oan--and
I haew a plntye
Be sure to bring 4il your Okeeleasa Oorporation papers and dataeincluding
letters. *
Thore is esselloen bus serve to this point ff-et yoursa I u e it*
My addPeose,829 b&aPn weeu.Ur.i3s west of R*REa,.lag Third St.,about 4 blocks.
Large housebaok eang the tree..
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gacr fCrw car ta he v7Mi riva r oolwdet IW alreyd am*t 1P*Lamidnc rn pt y mw iSire oZ
the OWth,atDeloh yM a saA r ms b the 7Oth e nn heinn the th. howefMo, tihat
the Brw Bin qwefiEtan had adsaeted mdtlw paweps b Frpotgecotaedewas ou desire.


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'rW_ W VW-,, /or at $.n/ a, tc ete, e.o.pt the o flnidn;ifarw, *'tc I hold
d(sn 0" the bOaeuOcMiH
a snk c'ed V psm Hall' 0ad 4she94* &A sitgin 8.I/A of o* ,*/4 of at 4.4i6;
*.fW, I t*o ,taltuatrne4 to diO )nolasvwoand, 14 to e0 io3ac tnve in 0 a'
W.- e i8 as 8-4d4.vp. pla6 eattied- .
A~ga..s1t Iad ia theqsev reow a asehwd that olamis for Vt=m da ds asuld beM rd. onl y by
SPaa '~.eh Wa'ana and liway iawtElc t ad FC.Alelan.
thtro Bho PiBe.iDia no o ould bad y hadbo de by ltr I had and mwtraan Ing with its aof.
f oifID m the cont-ary. -,
A olItAr agbthoAwr r.be miii by PUC- balsE Z1neh e vewbasrwdae. to ~m ud taGatm.1tI
M wE- d bQ nwtifed e. amn-* nI saoh aOg #IZ meld go at arem +aniihe, d stsreLiw ;ki*Oi
aoefb Yed, lkaIls -as esatqtaS-a wat ld aplQ y to him f br am entfe i at tiree.
Lmasr yearaten ho upplead fhr titS.ded ae the to 18 a1 .htW '2oi1/4 at .N7ai.44Q6( iet a
*armtsonaot tvahaf mew') I fodA Ida in lIeads.e my am ,rososueated a XIbcw oiuan ot
tner ch he Arwai lly gwratedaand I then proedad to raised the money &ad peyw thic t3
far* oath I Ltvld rToeipA.
I ht3a'etaret lt osertata treublwle swuia.a ftrIeeI t P.BilEDiotrS.t per4 tbL* it neoetsa0ey3
I could pft tireB free a 1alls.lahich dide
onrver .aLbeemm'ma btiper did nct EomntA6 thie G2oatmast* lsd aI s la re dmich shoulfS
be noftflts jad nestled the twujtaasatfa R9t hPoe iaos twr e i adBrxaIesfbahtinh
ooouie;d*
On reaoopt. of IRltin'a aoiyw of Inftar of to youwlast once amnt zw vdro op*
tfeo teanaure Xadne aidal th9W faUowribng wLeagWesBl went to iand. Iael ait 0*b We
Xlanrafesax his ftoa m s ated wt oUUi ras
LblA .an had written ClGrk F'dat we tan dae*oi ab oouse( M)ts gLtet hIsad rooeived rerpy,
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Vtharte obfrotn tneoit wouAld be newuaey r Mfltrsts wamw other d
ocLmANt ohmes claim giod mature In 4egf

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Afte o had %ss o wvP owa ttera. IE p td =y weaft for taie 14r*AeAlls was vwry Peancn-.
able* i aaid ho Wad ben at laeolfouta!amewv or-atZg of By Swene'Lnug uitat tiieypand
Whi1ofa+ a o rte r amn e of aneah dd n C eatWaI t.o ~p ibp ia at dood,~i3 I D
BOT AFPLY FOR S131I A t' 20lIIT tagS "
-,-bhn airwxx1 tWhat ho u'Mld a las o c iiLy dnqu ( ifr Sept.,7) in wtlob to may the caraunt. *ue
The ftollostg manina.ora3yZ left fr WPala Benbue. I want over both the lork's reo ..
o rds amn ty nwapiry fuathuhn 2aloya nErQed rouioas L wiped ltrmling thI ov evning '
*th t no othBr tas doEad a r.gd be re 3e7foeld be mma. against mor a theee b4cwa -t "

I toa d-'-S.mrc .I_ deewrwd, to adre L" uAng .-a.t iwht.,to that emtef~n.al wav assured that
ho autmld boar no at In wuab a stetamba tE I thUrequp sent the followin-rm-

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vFah Fme nmade five hour eaeob at oaMntraot land mth bhlf rth iJatst
rtur wanmd Coih -uorta aeofotlan twenty ews eo n ad mauth Uirt Sea tLaGfU thirty
Svo SRtad nottn e L ne a-bject. to ta deod boetar 197 ; e~ar asi cotitr.,
aienO yoar ri~cttatoe amaeooa ssar


This 1 tr'nt ^11 r a n all olea-r ?.At atmmr-sd ctiaL n oa no acne wui-rned to yarotect
thano L--i( r@ only e gr't t.ho]t% the tUmad mtaoe ehoud y s au har bom putf to my 1ina.xm
vouSfiioro this vtls -o rsRandyriflailan orjlubyj tp s alip Wocurrtj Ioaodur beai ca.w k 1 .t
abcwv.
.i wu' e r, tly ~Apc- + o J 'oton .-ph oal cad 1 n nci3ac.Ur I, 1o ,S two in WW.x2 lc-r.
Ida and thW e *rIS1r 'ltrens wr oai n ar I oem mde a alo ? r StOe thr wll eanale Io too
py. not o y al imm to lbA all m'sc l and ixite wst Xow the tru.tases
*HEawt oQvw 4w-dir*ar ^ t hat :t.i t ,1 0 .zusrus law to tlha we tnut tsraugta in I9 ".'i..
inE tbo Ixpsiloe in the U.s. Coue ?. a*aataea.haa uean wugeu agxairmt &ifAriua. *nen
t w uaaooeonftatod upon the Av!r elSdtinet-iq twii a dsfseed move rpuanet the 3a ar V0b
asstbIr, Glad p.op. aala &a"C" marze. 3wg ith OCtt !?eplrt5! tik Paoisod pmae
wal in Aicdaro lande inm boen badly diaoaaraged.
She iP:aiair ntC conrwho rvar,in tho 'hppmr Ql-cuL io a ft as It on bu finaaootdia iehelpef
E-I ito i osa.;lblbu %hbt wnteaor vinstart mqsin nefamwe stun fropam ra-Ilot gv-abling to the
3BGAL 3S3IGen ,lS YoyJVlyWY'3'r S 1ard'A45TrI AD m EAVLO'amfzfS Cfl. y la st. atel.tby ilttitanr.
prt-i.eopntOd in a lng omtFarFonn iitih a baIr r nl r oonaly oamieldetdar *e po :it&:L1ity
a I Tabrki, I Croittn: an behtiws t.ltdoo f*l'Lngf 2 awe a emrar to visit racew e the saar s-1,:*lades
landt2 it a fr daeys to 3se what msay h3 pvaadsblse
In thIs ommnratiam n y I re5pseot tho talmsnaqp 4owaldatcs.rtwma ino) yaanto help usIaf ronitbi4es
in thi 3fllonVirg wigynf-a
7 onuSf Des 0,y. ( Dom aoloasd)l2 th94 Iieal. CoacLe thehey roxwved iu)w .4 $a ca nald
to -ee toe SY rh 3rve ofInAl. mha* wer YfC3n6fat13iWs cW it f6rae (A Lee uy LbttrGw
to Gemariam a at Jly a3*" .)}
t-Blsi wMC~sa t~ St~ate Oksto f -" mar- tQ munlvy tb3o -f io.u.ng i4sA i the Qdongo..
nI2 =1ew arnd detbale)
4 Sto tde sfmwes t. .
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ordered la.inlae a s to --a he 4.. On As. ard ,.n.. a a.reen told .ha ot .,he
inJfanetrfa also restferBd i the hbad. floam $ astie* tEhe eagersha nmwerediargarded toe

oan iay seBBoks ensep beanst tIognakx4 as Vbat a the stsaa sen frSto Uan acn mbft
racsa Gcaml ram owsac 8o mhi *Axa( 3teia*9),amd eaedhecy werr aeanf md r to blow oat saeedB>
WSha marsb ana w thtm 4 hadt t UhBe blanr ---
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n stf l-.ttt of awet aeWe tile tfsi to EaOne tfat ( See Map eno.) As amy a4
SB enhlag huamous peneis wao olate to haNOM itteawtold tae of it nd dearoed A *M
thit Sed lmwt fet. aukb it the o dwmhm rix. i s-uw.,wru us.









aecod' bl'o m upth lo gg.lr n

ab 1w sul q -on a to r mAtat WAoron teat to .t. feCoos taoi Ue th O i
o1bi tnedhu coatuiat0 tor .ebrsm 1 to farasl asom uea toa deaths. fSrthobe o*a

The dnaruaS n balOwl t ti te GE.hs a Ia Ba tolda iSm nti a&;n
aai MWoCanrr TAO ir sem brtrw to tirGta t vmt %S wl isp on)Ite
(th eiq ..Uola orW ae % ba.nlan at -a tha me o8 It t, dn Eo lblod s-t 7
tlo a GislnA w&U .chn.-*. T,,..V.bi_ w, s-.he mi gd O tobww G9e. .
the cuhr How "ica UpSIA Vitwbea them sa t."ama at SO-


IAt ino seemt as geiraot tatruieh Fhr the Dra B g nttion a n h oe h OaiwL Mockt an DbmRhasa
ftZrn tlw I t tw Glrlabat, vt meanrys hto fmachtheMa toa Sa th 1jd ce3 SoA't tiROOaler%



S .ioat broo ot. Amnt .thmae t n b aa ton e ,ly t tall ta pot of n.' .
SDt lio ;u mttesadathe thsotWpico vAsse ia o St w towwhl doua thoi l bat .1t af19 d m
a t* n cma-I mol-S otBlet St R a ppe rooh tsle a. s te Ant. b told M mthd .oha.*aeia

V11th A*% w n e. .Mamt o1. SMIt .A 2 :""W IM" TI.
I tin 3 KB ey"ita maostnI&o saOf Ma1 am 3peP alda w-:a a0 a@iqo t ara !, aw b 'y
aU,. t~ ins oWat3kWy tm o.e th do he .r8eQamois dsteoiaa In the Oft c wiwta ._etDria e _.ji

-0 t "OIe&AfAh Pine- and brth HMaale UM Wa tt be w utest
tAh .t tfo 0 fjy LSS9r!s Ci'ieji LekonQiaLaextl 2aw.t Jamlnlst ~ tie rtoted dotrs ouktahe <-s ::
aceo to Coal aicAt r lSLi to Ch oaJpr leae waA ter. arum k es. bOi tol uhi; WfMtfi 1Na
a P-,t/:! Vs-le azW. Va3la~w the S.-HR G=aalwto ti ftrowfd 3tale Tsy'ne* ^affi B*MI fAD ;



towei OItse tlan anld BNoaodl GCbe oeHd S'WTT TJVE own aPe bein toi iqcatAl ob atauotke.
r nTorhe lfotc a Sb1 eedeb farWa% JtflX S9 vaualec.Mssfa t CanReiAseA A ctcnV the a



Ta. .rX P,"Z t* bta 197 fc the cot a c
.tear. no' 'eZxL 1SvfM Dhes par aT C:4aW-iueo4&nd e Li metr n 1+e fran 4..


to r O- ka o S't -2 !ieuw tow QlnsLetaPa .lauolcws toes us3"'"-m kt. The 'as
a9 ?. /fltl 7Wicials- tn ame ?theR. MW tode the 'onne 4 Uwnedaorswth" d.31. tbe.



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Lr-~Pred Eiemuo,-lerk
i.FPalm Baeohellsa
atienton gM. LLLD IW3O.


My dea 'r.Palenmo..-
Enoloaed find oopy letter from a e oa this date to eofyJ.St ar Lewis re
my taxes an 00ontraot Land..*
In the event he hfites you re these tasesyou wille an swrebe able to ac..
firm amy atemeto re the tax situatia e
Since neither IMr1UAllen ano the Palm Bea eZb &ghway Distriot is going
to apply for a tax deed.oertainly before 60 days frao SBpt 7tthreif no oocaeion
for pagntnt now by the II.Boaerd
yares very truly.


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thank yeu.


I hear with aob srrow of the overflows we still hae a O deelanta*
Not all of our peope saesa to mderstsand that th Mairi oal is dama d up
not above the feCmia plant-that dan uOs blown out-bat abeve the junction
ao the ovut mhCal sad the aumi Canal* Thjs latter dam bus been there about
2 /j ,ears but few see to mnow abaot it. It beeps both the I.ami and the
,CoM aal from discharging water from the Okeliant country.
eagaiatbho hyacinths I-' the North New Raier anal unless now ourtwhioh las
btablyIL the oaue-prwnent that oaal from doing anything like its

1 think it would be proper and rlgbt for the Oeelsta COaaSlnity Counnoil to
petition the I.lBoard to h'1p the Upper Glades in reset of these matters

I aw glad to know of the beginrdng of the Okoelantsa.South fB roads* t
aay be alo7abot it Vw'll in tie .
2he,htaen we get the tWp N' 1in st Okeelanta which P Jeaffries has
praised useand aOnl.iah aizre paying D.B.D.&e BLTaand the R.R. eomesase the aRLI
people have pre oied o ,iwe shall certainly get out of our tr hleo at last.
I-= doing evcrythinggat this end fa the linthuat I ;an do to help Ok-eelantas

Sincerely yours.


Please have attention of neigh-
oalled to enclose, sw)n of two
daMs. If it ao right to loaw out
iO.2#ehy is. not right to blanroat
,ol Pe'ople alang the South Canal
objected to tlhe Pemna* Da but the
other does not hnbt their It oeaw
tataly miat hurt Okeelanta. B*s,
then.has the smearightto object
that the Souh Canal people had to
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tl.Lenderdalo .Flnes
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-Mr.V. ,J.oth,
Okeelanrtasla*
:y dear Bro-Roth-s
I teoo up the liquor matter with a judge herebut. learnod,as I had iappoeed,thr.t I should
see the Pod ral offoerse

Thic took me to !iamiE re I ford a representative oftho Bureau in the Offoie in the
Seybold Bldgbut was toid thatiin our caseeif action were hadit must oone thru the Federal
in Lake 41arth,n.lO oyderton Dldg,So3Jay St.
I rao told t.hatbbofore a saorch w rramt could Le ise.Udman afifid~.r t rust be made* Some
one uhoul 1 see a violation o? the luawand testify.urder oathto 4he foot that he had seen t.
Or ho should r-io a purchase of the liaorandl sign an affidavit that he had done so. Then
actio" oould be had thru tho Lake aarth Office.
I have als3o been givinS attention to the LaNttOr of gttini the, 'Oel1nta bohonl re-opened.
Still y7ou will roxenber thatin 19228the Giamunity rVanoirl of Oreolasnt-or what puwiportod
to b? tihn,; Io-XpI owMl a Resolution ( Sat,.5.92?) forbidding me to do any such varo unm-
loso a =nd until formally avthwised by that bod -nd publishing mein the Pain Bench ot
and Tr'pico1 nusd by letters ndoopioe of t said relolrtion o the S3HOr,0 BOARD,
County vmoria3loiner and Cihamber of Coaesoe to be UAs riailfiel to repwoent Okeelanta in
winy ugy till prervijod with formnalwritten oredenaials r*ou the Coon*ouoil-.
In the Palm Beoch Post,Se.pt.j1jt922,a half-.oluma atory appeared entitledin score heads
:'X .%A2'TP.S'S 0- S E ,- FOR THFE!SELT7E
Declaro that Solfish .on-RIeidoents L-'ve i-sre peasetad Thems
And th.:- thIe resolntion rmewd an. Ita whole object L.nr- to recent ne frolmever doing
anich things en the very thing, I au now very earn sily requ.C jJ:v'. bym 0':el.ert.xna to do.
T made a sriors effort to harethis damnable rosolebior fomar'lly reasindecId rd repudiated;
but fro an.v anI Vll informatio'-i have ever bee n able +.o pat,-it REVflR YE HAS BEIy.
P-dit could1 he sroduoed against c,at sy timein '-.Palm B5acP; idhal" 1 qcU stion liLo this@
ooeou up.
Thcn i:. the Co'Bupt.'s office, aon my recent visih.,I ? -.undtherethe very er.ilnoyee wit: w-ho
I took up thio repolution 4 ye:arn epgo She roeenbere no wollaml doubtlo3s re nmberoa the
resoltionao rell;und oould probably turn to it on the roocrds of the OouAnt Sohool osord.
You dwi. rcoall tr-.t I eantyou a book of this stuff of nr-.c 75 'o 80 pp. ky copy is be-
?C.:-c no newt-B
t.... ,,'h Cor G*Snpt ."rTomngbloodpresented the caas of Oeleslantaennd received very
or uL eP.. m rpathetio hearing;anmd have written the reasu ts to thse :ot-erpEbngi morah
-';- -.a.ton eo to help them get a school for hur little. girl,and 3ve1ier an her daughter
t-. jAui of moving out of Okeelanta. I hare sent t.hon a retition to have signed by
theo ar'nt.- Ir guardians of School Childrentlisting the nan a of tho ohiidrcn.ell to go
to th?. Oc.'nt*?.,nid School Board.
V ira. ve'rZ likelyy to have too few children for a school'tho the Vm supt.+ s tw'.i e8 the
Bon8 w-ould be vory liberal in its interpetation o the law and the ru es il l o cauo.
I'thizLktheyrule retd rea 10 pupilmbut he would not oo:rit himself to that n imberand 1
think -o uoll.,d -et b y with a Tmallor nmnbar.

But here no run iato this liqan mattnere1 fear 1 think the f-ramily aof "ldoth you mritu i1
"'-e v3ri oon I -as asked to help get in that thtir children mighthelp pull up th O G1kc anta
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We oert0iay DBO*T want the liqeraand we certainly DO wntthe school. W not br-in this
matter up at the C(0Canoiltad if the fate of thO school it irfolvedaee if you ean't get
the liduoa busineBs aIto d by moral eamsaf ,~wpe ,ally sinoopfre m i Fat you wroto me
probably nobody would be willhin to fulfill the *sderal red ro -nto aI ed above. And
thon.all_ go in together to get the meooolt
this matter has oaueod me a lot of thought;and +thi loaEoks ,fra this distanoe .as the on ly
way oaut of the snarl*
No lond-.aellng at.to speak offtho oe are told in the press there will be a big Orowd
here this "winiert And since the sand-lot gable has burned itself prettyjwoll osutiaybe
we r:sa get people.resad ent.pogople ,n p3tioular..a-to belp start things In the Glades-.
not mere landaellingsbut SrKl-EL"ENTANF DEVELOPHiT. In that wvaythis PABIO.-for it has
praotioally amounted to that-..ma prove a bleskong in disguise.
Olrdially y-s 're
P.b, Iln e Ole]lsarn is aiw'sring fraom" it.s annual ovef ,, e
I a aniting tfhy e 'eo not STIKfl AT THE B'OTReand ask for
the reiwral of tho D A N arose the Ifanr Oamal haore the
Junction dAth the South CanalT
I have witten two lctte'o an thia subjeot to Oboilmntaen( hAngfsaund LotherdbaueghSand
one to th tl .Boarda. ll last nigland sent them all maps. s dam la 0 T the dam
aboe tlhe .na Pbaot which was blown out* 1Thi is farther uprrdbs never been blown out
abd ,ouae t'an the Penna. DwmoIt blocks the outlet for Upper Glades waters from both
the laied Canal andthe SOQSII OQATL*I
The ineer at Sputh Bay told me- ahile baak that the hyacinth Jan in the EN.R.Canal,
rduaied its discharge cpaeity about 7S L. that means that TWO of the canals that sahuldhelp
us got rif of our Upper ladss WRVPV/dl A D,to naoand the other is 3/4 dead, hy
aheuld not Okeelafta be drowned ui.t ho the LOW3R GLADBEL ARE IE3S AND DRIT
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at W"Qt Pnla Beeach n hae a o he to aelat e patrnu as up P si a e a r
eno),)ad lMdit to him I O0 S T MPTl Ir MSLKlla,Ooaur6F Houae,,~,P 3a Boai aB]SM
he mot mtaber of teOdran re he oauld not state gRe to i bestad d tbe
ol would be liboerl in helpi us g-et a sabool agatne
I head anie fisaily was to aotn in.aund bring sovoral a obho obhildroJ d they or',t If
uopthoy should o-Cn up.
AgaicdI heard thct ao'- family aW though t to be selin- liquoreand amdt hwaSta lBeae a-d
take cwt school ohlMldr on ha maots a delicate oa.o* We do not w the io quw there6
and mo do vnert yth school children andtis ob.ool.
Ye oauld not tle Coarnttty Commnal taho the natter upswd -ee It plilfht the aetlers -
nll notate,' for liU ow7aelling thaerebut weart thao whildopm anl the asnBol. AMd tht the
thing is to cat oub the lqualfsand all get tMogathr on tm aochooleasd put It thronra t
In rearea) to tthet 7.m ho boaalr you traP n eO *3O45-4 ,rWito S ~r s iJ.SgleQliBSLZB
4th*S3t.i.and.i a9 lie has beon errsnm'lbut is baclk notr..
L"r'*1Inroto of your deaire to bly the little house an that treat* I do not knmo the oanO
di~.ai rcn tlh hoIsc.cornThat tP f i nterth,bua a Oaeriltten ,aight put a valo or. italedrQperwt ..
yku still wairr to buy it.
Glad tha pumps aro rrnor I n wall. Hpe the r d viill ace. right along
Dobe aybcy Inmo.yst .mbhd'r1 er little house la ton olose to the enal a tnk I hves sls .
ufmrastood that nt asote Thmlaif the dred people araauln oa r r t; to Pmba s wlr s
can't they baol that rook wiradb they would throw ton y o T Ist
If mter is atli so bsdww does nat the Oaeraity aounall wAte the Z.IjBo-dalmut itT
X010" ap O Ba raw Edang District mhoss TI) ;Y IS a os the Ltast Cau6l. the
i sast taa oo rsBgatelll thornettho fw people have var hoerd of At. It has beaa thUer
about 1/8 yars. %he BB3 has be=t bloan nuto. e fre told the State tpopl regarded
B! O- a rs Ou mSeand blew it cut* Thun tlgy is not 90. an 0LAW E to It bloh Both
the MLest and tl-the -8oNW river Oueal fraa dnoh rgng 8ater frw tihe p Glades. I Mwote
ten State Ofiters about It its t nit. uandthink the Okelms peoplebi gae the abiat
tbagersa fran itIght vaey properly petly ktbhe Z*I.Bowrdto reaove itSae a m mSa nuflsnoe,
Al2 well hae.o Hope 9 will recover y ur stronfth.
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Dear 1Zrs Grip'st:-
In re the ohoolyou not ktow thart.as a part of the fightoeretan persens have
E-lwayj made cw me,there was a resolutWin put. through t -e Okeelanta Canmmnmity Oounuol
one dark nif4htSeptf.boTji1229,iti oinly five persons preBJentwhiaih i1 VORSIJIMi LE U DO MiZ
ALD ;d.L 3UC:1 T1111i:'.! A YU REqrESTor renreset beeeianta in any ayuanipes the eulcamit th
Council first nooto-and passes a resolution forma. y/ authorizing no to do auch thngan.
Thin rim cotit toarnyuibllshbed I.n tho Palm Beach P'ost and TrmA4aai aun4 havethe copy.
ri"h hero~an l orl:o rentto the SCHOOL BOARD ,theo CCut'Tin' OiLCESIO, iRs and the iiJZPJa
ealoch Cnhober of G'Jmerce.
r'j1i:L;, as intndod to P"A'JALYZE _o in an~y and all effo-ts I might makce in the interests
oa. Ok.oalmira;.aud-' believed thun.and feel thrat I hlaveeselltent reason to knor. nouthiat
1t nva all a part of a plot to drivo me out and grab ry lWnd at tas sales* ,
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I aient very full infoLrnation of thi to Ok9elalnta in u booklet f c" some 78 or 80 pages,
and asked t at this be luid before the popjlo-there that they might know what was going
on. I have never found OWN tlhaat had ever seen or heard of it.

I aloo vrots uplau-ng that that ranolution bo rescinded by the ConCounoilanidt he
abore papers and bodies be written that it had boen .r ioondedgbut I a- swre it waa
nevfr l7'lone.
N 0 '1f tie people aof Okeolautasant my hAnds tied forever in helping tbhemandtheifr In-
teresstzthe thing at do is to leave that vicious resoluti on the boo-k as they b -mve
done ,despite my efforts .and th':se of certain friendlid Okeelantans.for F US TSStMS
If the ,- c.antry helpt-io FIRST TtIoIU TO DO 0i to call that body together az. tget
rcr-olwti.,n renoindod d rai-. writo r o th t tihry h'we done aorand write':'Palm klach also,

Okeelautonu rrite me rirht along to help thema-
--To got the ocho>l re-op nod;
5--to get families in Thero that others :ay be enough pupils to get a school
5.To g-t the liquor-salliL they say is going o thero rtoaped.
--To got the (O oolnits: .-Odoorest Road built;and various oheu thin.a-
No' thin: of asking ne to do surh 'hings E'd.at the seae time having that habrless"
1 ibellou solution on ths O.Jauo,_il book and 4. file in impo rtantaffloes. in fWet
Pai LesmohL That they should haveref -sed to raeeinzd itTuhen I asked them to do so a
1 regarded and still rogard an i astoaaunding pforman"oe.
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Gentlemen. -- .

VWethe mndreijgedpherby oertify that we are the parents adea of tI,
children whom asmes wre witten belo ,andthat w eaurneatly d aed dewt -. idb p.etM ,. :
your honorable body farto re-opening a the school bueeehhabooEusb tbad at -r.7
and trneporbtaon oahcshent been oantlau0ly folojed uang the fi.e y. ..e.
to the gasat hardship aof oeinta sohbol chdldrnegand the d cagm ot th asmBttk


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Mr*John 't.Drury.
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Sdoer :.' l)Druy:-
I re Ft to sny that birth the 854O abo ho I you gave me nioe bask unpaid
Sinao re nivod no other co2enation.Irooulv exa ntly nothing a
for y work of one month on *Lanardale Cala.

Of ooureIj do not wmune th 't yiu dosie to hr-ave ps~er of that+ kind outt
Bt nding:hinoc '- Arite yothat you =ny re-pq at least that petty Sm by
P.O.a3 ordar.

a srtainlyhope yao- a ;f-rc aro prospering and that you be or ,our feet
aeain soon.

I,tookhoowv. wat it mnnu to be hard prewod.

Haoing to Poar ro yon u rromptlyI remain
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t OB tb & 9 oall aw as m X sao aem ye at osM en re ot little

-- The question was whether it ts t, me the eamml.euil be damepd Wor
destrooSd by thie ardging you muat dao.
thus fa-Fthaewa t leams t1he ammae sibhkt be gad to do s o.:
Sha ar edha hus thati.f taw too newra friend who was to o .
oupy it would pul it far enough eBat to be out It the wars
BtwemmwUetis aem ha lesht the eig ehborhoodas k left in doubt.
Sahall be glad to kmow Ia you whether the house 1i too near the oiana
beak1 fam aou fSrmer oalwe les);ss ,we have Alwnys understood it. w ts ot
too neaa
fAhatf it is dageaualy searxthe eaood Qltion UsefiaSat-Since are
to haun m aeril fro tihe NS.NRiver Qamal to aoke to buld the road their e
.- M it tn be posaeble far you to bmhl sah eoeass material as might be '
dig in frant a qmy houniSaidhinot be needed sff osa ruBaa u"eBelazte trou af
homse)gad hadl it to Pahoke* s wall a- dmup It on the hoeTl
O oursw.li tshre shoAd aet be found eoaghb fA ow road beo eIa tie
ounal ad the hbommthem the haultu tof dit would do no goodlbut am- rc .
op opaon thab there is reoo f* the reo bseen house and anal
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4 &Pi~wla.ter Bat about yeo w lie tr iuble
AM.to a raderand wumd n' ta o1M th at gme ire AR.Q a

Oar tt .ae s assuwaoe he his had ay bettF m. eoa e th. that sl
with fratf the OONUArCT ba bena let t o build 2' t kee3auta.A 'y adatnd "v": t w
the onal as Bam begun. -
I harw no good reason wy the RiR asuwld give the lie to all the napswlncludglaatgdirs$
own,and make a IG decwl ana fefew the liak Shorf o wiih will eldo4 ftei ht f ie
in their foMldreand get heigi froa EI sEdea at the .n :l
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Ptaps at South DBay are doing wLll. am easwnedad -e are promised IWO at OmssaB-ki .:'^
When these get inaw shall be thrn with oar trinublese. believe. Agdaineyo ,
taate hngiwa saa the BfLucise will le ready to baution at ftl force and a
aboa that L 0 IT. hac Ahe hmea t+mhe ond w o overflow. .
- If say body mawts toby MRBS GaOO SBH. 1 m prepared to talk business with '.:
SeoSL' T1.4-~"atS aad i'.d.., I Ocan iSfer 10 a cre os a~iguou G& lij
BffTand make a lghty good p-posoitlcm*
The'tag u tie sandlot gamble eugft to teaob people to DO aGseAR v BIn at Ia *
irat e6Ato the farm couty anake it rightwand raise nor thing else th-wr prienasrri'
and the *RL.. That ad want to dos
Ja sti ell vr to arwng he sites at Ok elia,&a ;.ni -fa lead w .thin raob q
FnerAtmd copy of letter to -aVUM e blle banks e wanted to buy the little bhoue an
t* .and maks it a up .ate: eabsp* S s it is I n preVty bad shape ,'
Mlad you pid interest sa 90 sore a !a atti workIng- on Ab trast m atter they are ti
1 a to tus. i tem o mah with thatr s-tys hersend can show them thet the
otbw~ people are aff* -y .hare to eme to trial mSath IZ we oa pea th.;
what we rew thea=sta ila help oer rputt verpy mcab. tihy s wreste the Sqpees**-
i e that e are eimply segig fla tatit ay bt -
I faded wat that w owed Uthen S74of TherA wat o o00.bnt have Car oreo toboop.t QSo
ar'oeaSb to- abrselvep(aly 2),'ws to peay aoDU of atinolading $25.00 to their.atty .
asd maybe more .
their reods rwe in a state ofaoa w.t d hare greet treble t n rwing ea ob aof mythis,
I have atoe thia matter with wkWs1.rdsasa ye a eo see
Ta. sat to be able to ay," o s ye mya d offer It haereithIn osah. hec 1stt

that r i a ilE B ihBnminse T I ha C Ebe the matter with Ii atll hare .
ter it Et o No a t it to ell. it will aa l a easy tre.ean't you gt that
dma' It oan be aewaea I din't cam sBo rneet _iL youa p when X
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I an pleased to have your recent oard.and to know you will return iabot Oao*<
I have oCaled,I t timeat y au Miami offce ad inquired about you.: pwarts
seemed veay enoraging. *

Sinte the lo.meolling industry has received uob a Setybabk,I oeol th-t the
time os propitious far pre fsng on the lLnee or whbih s told your.!d ing not
rices rentala and the HB0..L*but RAISING 'OODand promoting asetlament and de .
velopment of the BIG,BA0C OUNTRa

I find that this ideaswhich I hber preaohedaowwfor 17 yearesmd for doing
which,I earned the nam f Te John -e B istl of the Evergladese Oi now
striking root I regardit ia the ONLJSYATLVA H fO SIOOId YLORIDAe U

I hope to see you on your return

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September twenty one9. 26

To Mi George B Bash

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Acc,'-pted 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.
Night NMes'a"c may at the option of the Telerraph Cmnpany be
mailed at destination to the addressees, and the' Cnmpan, shall be
deemed to have discharged its obligation in such ca.-r-s n-l h respect
to delivery by mailing such Night Messages at dtstinatioin, postage
prepaid.
DAY LETTERS
A deferred day service at rates lower than the standard telegram
rates as follows: One and one-half times the standard Night Letter
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 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 Telegraph Company as
a deferred service and the transmission and delivery of such Day
Letters is, in all respr-, it. siubor.inate 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-


SERVICE
ing and agreement that the Company does not undertake that a
Day Letter shall be delivered on the day of its date ar....lii:1h, and
at all e-.'nls; but that the Company's obligation in this respect is
subject to the e...n.,1;iu n that there shall remain sufficient time for
the trarini;-:iri and dehvery of such Day Letter on the dil-v of its
date during :cell:ir off; -, hours, subject to the priority of the trans-
mission of regular tel,-,irams 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 ioirnin- of the en-
suing business day, at rates still lower than standard night message
rates, as follows: The standard telegram rate for 10 words shall be
char-r.l for the transmission of 50 words or less, and one-fifth of
such standard telegram rate for 10 words shall be charged for each
additional 10 words or less.
SPECIAL TERMS APPLYING TO NIGHT LETTERS:
In further consideration of the reduced rates for this special Night
Letter service, the following special terms in addition to those enu-
merated above are hereby agreed to:
A. Night Letters may at the option of the l'Ir-.raph Company
be mailed at destination to the addressees, and the Company shall
be deemed to have d;s.ohargaed its obligation in such cases with re-
spect to delivery by mathlin such Night Letters at destination, post-
age prepaid.
B. Night Letters shall be written in plain Ennli;h Code language
is not permissible.
No employee of the Company is authorized to vary the foregoing.




CLASS OF SERVICE SYMBOL CLASS OF SERVICE SYMBd
TELEGRAM __ WEST UNION TELEGRAM
_DAYLETA BLUE WS U a A DAY LETTER BLUE
NIGHT MESSAGE NITE GIHT MESSAGE NITE
NIGHT LETTER NL NIGHT LETTER NL
If nne of these three symbols IT If none of these three symbols
appears after the check (number of appears alter the check number oa
woris) this is a telegram. Other-. words) this is a telegram. Other.
wise its character Isindicated bythe wise its character is indicated by the
appearing after the check. NEWCOMB CARLTON. PRESIDENT GEORGE W. E. ATKINS. FIRST VICE-PRESIDENT symbol appearing atter 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 209 Clematis Ave., West Palm Beach. Flo. ALAYS

170o3 10M ri ? 2.
PRIOR OKLA SEP 20 1015.
MHOAS E WILL,
HoOasEL 674
PTLAUDERDAE FLO
ANXIOUSLY WAITING TO KNOW IP YOU ESCAPED DAMAGED IN STOh M

N H WILL.





CSS OF SERVICE DESIRED O N

TELUITER
ID, 'LEi'TER
rh 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 | NEWCOMB CARLTON. PRESIDENT GEORGE W. E. ATKINS. FIRST VICE-PREIIDENT


Form 1207A
NO. CASH ORCHG


CHECK


TIME FILED


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

r 19

To o-Qo.(.il n.kil,_e


Street and No. (" Tolerb. )

Place Pr.or1 Ok,'. ,,r






Vq111. 1 71 "i.i "a -g


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_______________________________________s_______________________


SENDER'B ADDRESS
FOR REFERENCE


SENDER'S TELE-
PHONE NUMBER


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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 c.rd. r it rrpr' ted, that is, i.learapbhd 1:.-..L ii. the originating office for .npr.. T .r ltl0,
one-half the unrepeated message rate is charged in addition. Unless'Cthcrwi.e indicated on its face, ii. .. aIn ur. pt..dl message and paid for as -1u. L 11 tj. riti.n
whereof it is agreed between the 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 I ........ r...i e.-d for travl'..i -... n ati urI.r-
peated-message rate beyond the sum of five hundred dollars; nor for mistakes or delays in the transmission or delivery, or I..r i-.-I, -.1i r%, of an Ir r ., ri'' i c ..
transmission at the repeated-message rate beyond the sum of five thousand dollars, unless specially valued; nor in any ease for delays arising from unai .l :ii,. I n, rrni ..n,
in the working of its lines; nor for errors in cipher or obscure messages.
2. In any event the company shall not be liable for damages for mistakes or delays in the transmission or delivery, or for the .r.-..I. I.,: r!, of any message, whetl:rr
caused by the negligence of its servants or otherwise, beyond the sum of five thousand dollars, at which amount each 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 the repeated-message rate is paid or agreed to be paid, and an
additional charge equal to one-tenth of one per cent of the amount by which such valuationfhall exceed five thousand dollars.
3. The company is hereby made the agent of the sender, without liability, to forwardthis message over the lines of any other company when necessary to reach its
destination.
4. Meifeass- will b' d-livered free within one-half mile of the mrinv's office in i, rt, n ,.. '.jn r ,:.pulru.-.n -.r -. r II. a l in one mile of such office in other cities
or towns. RI` r.r,.i i b. -r lrri -i, the company does not undertake to inaIl. d. Il. rj', but will, "'uh o, :.,uI hlit i. :I Ir, -, rI r. .I- .r :I his agent and at his expense, endeav-
or to contract for him for such delivery at a reasonable price.
5. No respon.ihilifhtr tti,-h- t this company concerning messages until the same are accepted at one of its transmitting offices; and if a message is sent to such
office by one of the neIr,. .,. .. nr i- he acts for that purpose as the agent of the sender.
6. The corn: .ir ll r, i ,I. I, I. l I,. 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.
7, It is agreed that in any action by the company to recover the tolls for any message or messages the prompt and correct transmission and delivery thereof
shall be presumed, subject to rebuttal by competent evidence.
8. 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.
9. No employee of the company is authorized to vary the foregoing. THE WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH COMPANY
INCORPORATED
NEWCOMB CARLTON, PRESIDENT


CLASSES
TELEGRAMS
S A full-rate 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.
Night 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 its obligation in such cases with respect
to delivery by mailing such Night Messages at destination, postage
prepaid.
DAY LETTERS
A d,?ferre.l day service at rates lower-than the standard telegram
-rates as follows: One and one-half times the standard Night Letter
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 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 Telegraph Company 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-
missionr of regular t.l.ea-ram- under the conditions named above.
No employee of the Company is authorized to vary the foregoing.

NIGHT LETTERS
Accepted up to 2:00 'A... for delivery on the morning of the en-
suing business day, at rates still lower than standard night message
rates, as follows: The standard telegram rate for 10 words shall be
charged for the transmission of 50 words or less, and one-fifth of
such standard telegram rate for 10 words shall be charged for each
additional 10 words or less.
SPECIAL TERMS APPLYING TO NIGHT LETTERS:
In further consideration of the reduced rates for this special Night
Letter service, the following special terms in addition to those enu-
merated above are hereby agreed to:
A. Night Letters may at the option of the Telegraph Company
be mailed at destination to the addressees, and the Company shall
be deemed to have discharged its obligation in such cases with re-
spect to delivery by mailing such Night Letters at destination, post-
age prepaid.
B. Night Letters shall be written in plain English. Code language
is not permissible.
No employee of the Company is authorized to vary the foregoing.












Fl.Lsaderdale ,la.,
Wed*,ept.22,1926.


-B M ORANDUM


ACCOMPANYING
REQUEST FOR PERMIT FOR TRIP TO MIAMI
*******************

Thos.E.Will and Lawrence E.Will,his son,of 229 Bryan AbenuaN.W.,ftlLauderdalee
Florida&
Desire a permit to visit MiamiFlorida,to.day.
REASOLA- Thos.E.Will is father-in-law of Harold Loring Lane,Auditor for Tatum
W-roti~ere,S.E.Corner Flagler Ste,and N.E*Seond Ave*,MiamiFla.
Mr*Lane,with his wife Gertrude RMiWilldaughter of above Thos.E.Willare owners
of house and lot at 1,660 S.W.I3thft*,Shenandoah Subdivision.Miami Fla*

Mr-and Mrs.Lane are now on a vacation trip to Ghattanooga ennessee.
Thos*E.Wll and L.E.Will desire to inspeot pbpye property;andif necessary
and praotioableaid in protecting the perl M@ portions;hence the above
request*

Respectfully submitted,







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Ftuderdnle ,71a-
IaedSwpept.2 ,slSl.

IE M 0 R A D. UM



MEisEST 701 ?IEUI FOR TRIP TO 2iaU


Thoa.Ee3fll1 ad lauCr'-:aoe ESTillh3i 3snof 2?9 ryari AemUulilsN.IJtJsauderdalo.

Desire a pornlt to viuit iasrddlarida*'o-day.
R2.lIe.S-. Thos.n.e tll is fathr-.tan.lag w af Harold Lorine LanJAuditorB for aitsa
I r'S .' SU.l.Corner flagler tSf.and Ii.E.Seoond. &Ave..tUdisla.
t.!*ane ,with hi.s fn.s Cortbrada Ra d.ltdrasghter of above Thos..WillI aw owners
of house rnvw lot at 1,460 z3.". Sth.3* ,Shan-andoah Sabdivision14aasir FPai
!.*anwd "rs.ti ace rf on a vaocttioa t*t3y to fliEttanoogfenneasee.
Thos3Er'l11 1 L.E...ill doeiri- .o ins1oc . Os propertfcyandl,5f ntoessaary
-agdu praoticableaia. ir prot: oting the ii portionzyhncoe the above
requoe3t. N
Benpeotfully ouliwrtted,





Form 1IZH
S OF SEICE/ SYMBOL I CLASS OF SERVICE SYMBOL
TELEGRAM E IO TELEGRAM
DAY LETTER BLUE DAY LETTER BLUE
NIGHT MESSAGE NITE I NIGHT MESSAGE NITE
NIGHT LETTER N L NIGHT LETTER N L
If none of these three symbols If none of these three symbols
a as afterthe check (number of TMappears after the check (number of
words) this Is a telegram. Other- wor this Is a telegram. nthr-
wiselts character d yh wiselt charcterisndicatedbythe
symbol appearing after the check. NEWCOMB CARLTON, PRESIDENT GEORGE W. E. ATKINS. FIRST VICE-PRESIDNT symbol appearing afterthe 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

148JN N 22

MACON GA 815P SEP 22 1926

LAWRENCE E WILL

S255 (NEW RIVER BOAT & ENGINE WORKS 229 BRYAN AVE FTLAUDERDALE
FLO

WE ARE ON WAY HOME WIRE COLLECT TO SOUTHLAND HOTEL MACON GEORGIA

IF FOLKS ALL RIGHT AND IF ANYTHING WE CAN DO

HAROLD L LANE


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r7'


CLASS OF SERVICE SYMBOL
Telegram
Day Letter Blue
Night Message Nite
Night Letter N L
It none of these three symbols
appears water the check (number ol
ordi) thu Is a telegram. Other.
wiselts character is Indicated by the
| ynibl appearing after the cneck.


WEST UNION



TEL RAM
NEWCOMB CARLTON. PRESIDENT GEORGE W. E. ATKINS. PIRBT VICE-PRESIDENT


CLASS OF SERVICE SYMBOL
Telegranm
Day Letter Blue
Night Message Nite
Night Letter N L
II none of these three symbols
appears oiler the cheik (number ol
Oards) this Is a teleoram Omher.
wlaeits character is Indicated by the
symbol appearing after the check.


E The filig time as shown In the date line on full rate telegrams and day letters, and the time of receipt at destination a shown on all i sm iM D TIMD
RECEIVED AT
JA401 22

MiCON GA 22 815P SUSPECT B WPLIICA

7 55LA) W NCE 2 w *

S ~R RIVER BOAT & INGINS WT0S 229 BRHAR AVT ~G PJAIATJn FLTO

WE AIE ON WT MLf WVIRE COLTECT sO SJT LHANMD HOTM MACON

G SBGIA I POLKS A~T RIGHT C Ab Iz AerRING WE CAN D0

H AOL T TA MS.


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Prywf.Okals
i ar de r aorrn-
'ToIu wiro rod A replying* Boeflad Olades letter to 9JtSead6la1
pnperfspad woIgrMthx.


The Glades you nwarm in the aWphanathe BSake Ia
gets qVbL n st a.llUlt should be eternally grasteala
people there wre flooded aouss well a wba hqppe s


aopiese to several


Gsear t nobool. If that regLroe&
I baring a=da what happened when un
all the tfmea.


Hare uv lost our wsragw( Leareao got ertrudesa car at just in t e aick at tiasb hban
the garage went) li lot ion perhas.a 1In bed pa( badly Gaged In roof.) trees
wrecked. Place tutrad into a Great Balt Wate. r am tw u a g 'm. arealU we ll.
ai mNreoe 'd I want to me Hold anm d atreudate plaeysteBrd e( the arwe vaei onag I :
XTnn5#,a9eto*) Ream -s -argely ompaeked Abn S-ttry Ms araper( Ta_ iser 11d) -re :
oentnly tepleBedauBt d B ront .= th fgoe and 4b'selaa loo4k )r mort
in* Besng moved matpnow
naoiwms dsag&e in tlar Daun tarn seotis esaoped better than I expected to see* Whale
.-goua between Laadm and r.M d ledol as tho the ihe eg hbad been hereiaure enough.iv th hts
big gUnX aUd ta med tdbae I o llfyywoodaima anid allandaloesuaug the wurrt hit*
7wa rema-ed to fead the a oe ased over the landao'apeu o qstoeadownat barely
scretahed. In IlNIE SAPE. Epilsrantc m nk it is this..a-.ht hoasa was built by a house-
builder for hlaself f hls em a ooaqpor and use.w ai lew aye&d T ea seah -
editnrial aUthe nEaeib y bildina g thIA bha been gorng on in- s eetlet marbei to .
sell0 ai Oi aee it. ra ak erayer. Ares e t ~ feet r the LaeM bmyase As a
stadLr.alooldng homue witb rof all oftf By it is an qpertM hboaseabadly w-oke Another,
about a bl]ek a agE
Pit se tl.* Bank hIr* here In flln shape. tGoodaB w realdences pra'etally ISatate' Other
buildings that looked gmoo asattered tber the .let La- fathers

Wires here bean domagbtu a .atle rutnlngo aS daV.awrote 9"etche a oard. I started
doa to mail it* Stopped ty Ouard( "maml I ) i go d.am Saidhe Iould ail
it. Rope he did.


'Water off. ma r a sad r-e--uhelddng
llyod.s a* g it= tizs.e 1Ualae


in nerao a In live Seaifms.liko tL sd : ,

Oordafdly yatrf

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CLASS OF SMERVCE
This is a full-rate
Telegram or Cable-
gram unless its char-
acter Is indicated by
a symbol In the check
or in the address.


WES TERN


UNION


NEWCOMB CARLTON. PRESIDENT


J C WILLEVER FIRSI VICE.PREiGENT


SYMBOLS
rBIUP Day Letter
mrTiE Night Message
NL Nipht Letter
ico Deferred
CIT Cable Letter
WIT V.Wecl Erd Lrrter


The filing time as abown nt the date line on full-rate telegramS anra ay letters, and the tune of rectlpt at ditinaiion as shown on all meagea, 1j STANDARD TIME,
Received at W. U. Bldg., Bay and Laura Sts., Jacksonville, Fla. "ALO


141 31 6 EXTRA NL


1926SEP 23 AM 3


'MD MAIDEN MASS 22


TAOMAS E WILL

& TAUEALE _P1o


I HAVE WIRED


OKEELANTA


FOR INFORMATION OF MY FATHER BUT CAN GET


ND ANS~W~ CAN YOU TELL ME OF, IM SINCE TiHE STORM ANSWER COLLECT.


ROBT T COOPER 89 MAGOCUN


AVE MEDFORD MASS


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SERVICE SYMBOL W UNION CASS OF SERVICE
LEEGrAM TELEGA1f ___
DAY LETTER BLUE DAY LE BLUE
NIGHT MESSAGE NITE NIGHTLY e SAGE NITE
NIGHT LETTER rWL LL\rifTETTER i. NL
If none of these three symbols f none of these thiae symbo
appears after the check (number of appears after the cheklnumber
words) this Is a telegram. Other- words) this is a telegram. Othe
wise Its character isindicated byhe NEWCOMB CARLTON, PRESIDENT GEORGE W. ATKINS. IRST VICFr eIDnr wise its character is kidicated byti
symbol appearing after the check. symbolCOMBCARTON, PRID GEORGE W. AKINSIRST VIC ID appearing efter thech
The filing time as shown In the date line on full rate telegrams and day letters, and the time of receipt at destination as shows on all messages, is STANDARD TIME.
Received at 21-23 West Flagler Street, Miami, Fklo

aB587 10 10 3

'NAZARET PA 23 910A

THOMAS E WILL

c 9 FTLAUDERDALE

WIRE INFORMATION~ REGARDING H S SEMITER TO'HIS SISTER COLLECT

C M ENGLEMIR.





CLASS OF SERVICE SYMBOL CLASS OF SERVICE SYMBOL
TELEGRAM TELEGRAM
DAY LETTER BLUE S I DAY LETTER BLUE
NIGHT MESSAGE NITE NIGHT MESSAGE NITE
NIGHT LETTER N L NIGHT LETTER NL
If none of these three symbols If none of these three symbols
appears after the check (number of appears after the check (number of
words) this Is a telegram. Other. words) Ihis is a telegram. Other
wise its character is indicated by the wise its character Isindicated bythe
symbol after the check. NEWCOMB CARLTON. PRESIDENT GEORGE W. E. ATKINS. FIRST VICE-PRESIDENT symbol aesarng water 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 209 Clematis Ave., West Palm Beach. Flo. ALWAYS


A2 15 2 EXTRA s EP?3 m R 03

Ji WASHINGTON DC 213 Z4

THOMAS E WIlL T.

229 BOJAP? AVE PORTLAUHERnALE PLW

ARE ALIJWEILL FRIFJDS HEHRH ANXIOUS WIRE TO GEORGE WARREN

IIOmIao DEPARTMENT COITECT


WARREN MACKENZIE MCCULLOUGH.





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that re2@09 tbaa ame eabe leI to tovrlook tohe resent aud Zlatet Is83 orgsapfi-
VIVA all yuW nibttes.I resaet atrmesf aother;tub I erO you 12 roolve thit mU
eurEa In tho aqdt In whi I s A.

Sorely yours









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baopt.!, b.y ipakia

u.i raL oi wcrgqthban Lurrtoale&

Shall tay to orvl soons

Very truly yoars9


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*3oristl,'v.rthfnd finaoroial pq.pearsgadt L-1L3 l VIop] oe It ought yo h:lp
-TI ere ill be plenty oZ hlp. The thin, toj look out fo' is that the Uptor Gla-iea county
r'itu at YX3t; a lo.' ir.n

OCn uity aougiig :ichucd tC toguthw.erepr opere a o'rai'kltathihi3.'l sittbernaLt cC c.jt' :.C aeiu',
nnrn0 1+, to ;r tonzols ea0loabach 3oatsr6 dn an s' whmrweor elsa it will do good. LCT'S
oil' *-i i TT i EL of *idffrt th.' people irlll in.rid are 0r-r nouring inpbj tr-.tin lodres.
nrki't uit-- fior the CCoaAI Luo vunedizare Uc' ; iet: rancutber. Dan*C ' o+rgit ho r? y:' fO..rt in
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CLASS OF SERVICE DESIRED E SIO N N A H OR
DESIRED NO. CASH OR CHG
TELEGRAM UNION
DAY LETTER
NIGHT MESSAGE _ CHECK
NIGHT LETTER
Patrons should mark an X oppo- T E A M
site the crass ot service desired TIME FILED
OTHERWISE THE MESSAGE
WIL BE TRANSMITTED AS A
ULL-RATE TELEGRAM NEWCOMB CARLTON. PRESIDENT GEORGE W. E. ATKINS. FIRST VICE-PREUSIDNT
Se the following message, subject to the terms on back hereof, which are hereby agreed to


To September PA41928
_ A
Robert T Gooper
Street and No. (or Telphone)
mber 9 agoun avenue
Place____
edford MassaohusettB

y ou faher saae Roofe aof Uond1i.tlne bat P-ople need hnlp

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SENDER'S ADDRESS
FOR REFERENCE


SENDER'S TELE-
PHONE NUMBER





ALL MESSAGES TAKEN BY THIS COMPANY ARE SUBJECT TO THE FOLLOWING TERMS:
To ruar.I anciini mritakle or dil'-a, thee srndrr I- a mrreacr6 shouldd ordir it rerrp(sed. thnt ., tel.cripbh. blak I* the or :cr, atiir oit.-. for ronp,',ri.nn Tr.r Ili .
onr-haIl tiL[c ,.-i.rcr.i d mrnr ' c' r I., i h- ti ,I inl i-.Jiii n Lllini. OltrB iE- IIidl.ited on itt., tiled on is Uainr'p it.ti m,:rsage au Ittra 1'.j t .' I,.i.L i3 l. tIll :r-1Ll T .l
htlcr.o It is aiF gr -.. 1 hr-e i L c:r. d. r i. It,.' ni- -a. ir d t ll.' conimp.r y as 'cllo
I Tric cnnpmnv r il l ol t -. L hi bl. L fr n- ':ri l.. f i r -i" ,]a. in t I i tirD. inn it n io t r drnlivnL on, lie r -. r if-.r Trn-. ir rv,. f :rny miee-i.c r' l ii.tI 1f:rl r Irinniisiosii at Ili.' LiT.-
prat.d-m '''iai' nrt- be.,nd i .- S unm f i.v. h nIndr.:d t.ll-ar;. D..r r 1. Ar. rr d lias in i.o tian-m, -1rr ..r li, 'I ur ir ...i11-i ,| iiiy i .. ce r.:r iv- r
trirn ma-i.-' .0 iS .! r.: oi'rl-nic--eage r t. ..i':t.orit. the iun. ,A I.vC h ru a d d.ollair, iUntEL :pci.1i' Vi0-. I; Bur in au i i- r.r id..1 : ir.i; r- .in di i L. ,ni.:rr1rli, 1S
in the a.ur ine* ..I ila liDi.. n-.r ..r .:rr.r r in *i .:r or oLb urn: pni : -'
2, Io an lvin rlt Itic .rni ..\ .-h ill rt is.le i.r duamr igt ..r nte.erliei or drla%' In the trr.eii ci..i *.r fr (.,r ih. i-, -.Ji.hl .ri, .1 aI nv nli i.. ~'. 0h1 Il r
rauecd by Ihe ni.cl-r.r n ui' i is ..i .jnit .. r f ri. r i L rl t h- em f fiv. th.. Aind l. ir -t r li.:t ntl .' ir- h c r -- i.r r d L:rr'.:J ,:. L' v lu. .l . u rr. t r .t ,1, .
16 ai c.:l in wriliiin tl, h. i .: dT r tl. r'- '.l t t Cl ti a T l.,' n.-ec-',: is t..nr ril 'r1 ir tr a- rl-'i-n.n iid unr Fi It,. rt ,p. i...-l-U' -. :r- r.tL: I- pbnd *ur tro-l.I to I paid- a.n1 n..
isnirl.l sal .i h ig.. I -ii.l t) i.r!--t. nth nf onr r' r .:.1 tI"c *'nClt Iti t.I. h t I h %i h ..an :t.il .'.. -1 .', 1 trir. I r r. I Ji. l1 r;
I f'c? ..ump nL, i s luri t.' nide the agertr of Ith( -endcr. %ith.:.ul l bl. i.ll .. to l)rn ..r.J thli n .is ,c .-vn r llr i In. In.- : n itLcr e.:mipary ilirn rnea r ,:.ar'. t r, ail its
di ,til'etOi
1 l ssac.'., ill ill Id. itv, re.i fr v.t itheD r.ne-hl-.f nilr of the I.. mprni l,'s office in tc.rn- rf, 0I' r."Pni.',. .s, -.r 1. -. r.n.i t iIl n rn. mil, ri llr h o- l ," fi n .. t..:r .11.,
or t.r n. hv.rr.I th,. t lin tl 0 m.. 'rr .'oa. l., r. n und.rt ket inmak, i.:hIvs, r ,'. but will, athout liL ili .,t hI .. 'e l. r rs ui t. .. 1 s t nr l aniJ h at ie r' .Iii,, nira'.i -
..r t., r..ntr r' 't fr I1II s i r .i .ur d li'rr It r. 5 )I st.1 le price.
5 N.' rr-lpjr,in.,lt .' IItt1r-t,. it lir 11 .orpll:ii concerning messages until the same are accepted at one of its transmitting offices; and if a message is sent to stith
ollire L.\ on- .i th i ,n, -'in .-. r i,. :- r,-:. r.. .* I f,:.r that purpose al l *. r.i of the sender.
I 1 i, c-..rip,.srI, .' ill nio tn It'ilE f.lr J.ii.rigec or statutory [....l'l, a In any case where the claim is not presented in writing within sixty days after the message is
1,11d 1at1li lh. L- ri i,.n. f.r i lir L, r i.'i.na
7. It i .,r ..I- ll. t i. u.r ., I,.'n I.v: if. ric.rni:..n t i-. r cover the tolls for any inessage or messages the prompt and correct transmission .and delivery therof
shall h- r'r. -s11'. I.- r.J '.-r i r. i.,i r .1 Lv . Pir', i nt . .1 n .
1 -. ...-I r. ir c.... rr.l.. 11.1 ir irn-ri.l.-l..n I.f r.. --jcc under the classes of messages enumerated below shall apply to messages in each of such respective classes
in addition tis. iil 1 i-,r. .--in I. ri ., -
Il. No.rurlcy. oi [it.-cuacpi. isauthorized to vary the foregoing, THE WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH COMPANY
INCORPORATED
NEWCOMB CARLTON, PRESIDENT


CLASSES OF SERVICE


TELEGRAMS
A full-rate 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.
Niht L ~.%cF c;l may at the option of the Telegraph C.niApirri\ be
mailed at destination to the addressees, and the Company shall be
deemed to have discharged its obligation in such cases with respect
to deli'.ery by mailing such Night hl-~.-:jies at destination, postage
prepaid.
DAY LETTERS
A deferred day service at rates lower than the standard t.-le-rnim
rates as follows: One and one-half times the standard Night Letter
rate for the transmission of 50 words or less and one-fifth of the initial
rates for each Z-,.liir0na11 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 .r.l.it;on to those enu-
merated above are hereby agreed to:
A. Day Letters may be forwarded by the Telegraph Company 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 telegram-i
B. Day Letters shall h.i, rirten in plain English. Code language
is n.)tt perto tmi. ebl.p
0, This Day Letter ie received subject to the express understand-


ing and agreement that the Company does not undertake that a
Day Letter shall be dl',,er..-.I on the day of its date :d,.-ohiutch., and
at all events; but that the Company's -.bl;U!rl3i.n in this respect is
subject to the condition that there shall remain sufficient time for'
the transmission and delivery of such Dav Letter on tho day of its
date during regular office hours, subject t r i. s .'ri, in, f the trans-
mission of regular t-lt'cr.iri- under the c,',nlhtirit.r niared above.
No employee of the Company is authorized to vary the foregoing.

NIGHT LETTERS
Accepted up to 2:00 A.M. for delivery on tl-re morning: .-f the r-o-
suing business day, at rai,: itill I.nc-r than -i.nJ.ird nrii- nic-'nes.
rates, as follows: The standard telegram rate' i-r 1) iv.r.J -I;All b,:
charged for the transmission of 50 words or li:., andl rne-lihflh if
such standard telegram rate for 10 words shall be charged for each
additional 10 words or less.
SPECIAL TERMS APPLYING TO NIGHT LETTERS:
In further consideration of the reduced rates for this special Night
Letter service, the following special terms in a-.l.htl..n to those enu-
merated above are hereby .;ircoe'. to:
A. Nirlit Letters may at the option of the T. Ile-r (ii Conmipan
be mailed at destination to the addressees, and the C'-.rip in-y 4lill
be deemed to have dis'harg,'d its obligation in such i: 1-. with re.-
spect to delivery by :nmailn. .u..h Night Letters at destination, post-
age prepaid.
B. Night Letters shall be written in plain E'n-:lil. Code language
is not. permissible.
No employee of the Company is authorized to vary the foregoing.





Form 1207A

TELEGRAM U
DAY LETTER
NIGHT MESSAGE CHECK
NIGHT LETTER
Patrons should mark an X oppo-
site the class of service desired; TIME FILED
OTHERWISE THE MESSAGE
WILL BE TRANSMITTED AS A
FULL-RATE TELEGRAM NEWCOMB CARLTON. PRESIDENT GEORQE W. E. ATKINS. FIRST VICE-PRESIDENT

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

painmhm o4th-p 19- .

To r_ __ Y1.-r_


Street and No. ,(oTelesph) 'ie D---

Place 1fanhlng.cn nD

Tajl pl mmimty Emuea uan am d Peops idl ed TOe well Slightly dea=ad


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SENDER'S ADDRESS
FOR REFERENCE


BENDER'S TELE-
PHONE NUMBER


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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, til.-rarphd I. ,. 1. there oricir. i;rc ofliice for comparison. For thbi
one-half the unrepeated message rate is charged in addition. Uni:. i ic. i:rwisi indicated on its face, li. n. at urn:,i.. ti...j I r Ur..-, l pra1l for as such, in considerate,
whereof it is agreed between the sender of the message and this .,nap-r,. ., irllwa-
1. The company shall not be liable for mistakes or delays in the i rano-min-ion t.r delivery, or for non-delivery, of any message received for transmission tt the unre-
peated-message rate beyond the sum of five hundred dollars; nor for oir, r.J., i, drrlay in the transmission or delivery, or for non-delivery, of .,1r nm,-. ccic rc :iv ,1 l I..
transmission at the repeated-message rate beyond the sum of five thousand dollars, unless specially valued; nor in any case for delays arising from an.,.,.lialIr inlr truiti.i .
in the working of its lines; nor for errors in cipher or obscure : ir .,.i-..
2. In any event the company shall not be liable for d( .,irag.r. I.,r ir;nir 3.. r .d,_ts i iin tr Irnimi-iien c.r delivery, or for the non-delivery, of any message, whether
caused by the negligence of its servants or otherwise, beyond thi .-ir,.,m' ivf ll-...hiarI ,1. Il'r.. ai c h h im.iunr each message is deemed to be vale.'.] ,lrdli a greater value
is stated in writing by the sender thereof at the time the message is tendered for :r.r,-..--r.... rD. -J .ii.. ith: repeated-message rate is paid or jrr.rcl ti. be paid, and an
additional charge equal to one-tenth of one per cent of the amount by which such i r .'. : .1, -1. ...l rivL I thousand dollars.
3. The company is hereby made the agent of the sender, without liability, to forward this message over the lines of 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 less, and within one mile of such.office in other cities
or towns. Beyond these limits the company'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 for him for such delivery at, a reasonable price.. .
5. No responsibility attaches to this company concerning messages until the same are accepted at one of its transmitting offices; and if a message is sent to such
office by one of ii, ..or. -r;-. 's messengers, he acts for that purpose a- th' I~ent of the sender.
6. The *.n[..,r. rr ill not be liable for damages or statutory :...u ili.- r any case where the claim is not presented in writing within sixty days after the message is
filed with the company for transmission.
7. It is agreed that in any action by the company to recover the tolls for any message or messages the prompt and correct transmission and delivery thereof
shall be presumed, subject to rebuttal by competent evidence.
8. "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.
9. No employee of the company is authorized to vary the foregoing. THE WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH COMPANY
INCORPORATED
SNEWCOMB CARLTON, PRESIDENT

CLASSES OF SERVICE


TELEGRAMS
A full-rate 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.
Night 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 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 telegram
rates as follows: One and one-half times the standard Night Letter
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 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 Telegraph Company 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.
n. Day Letters shall be written in plain English. Code language
is not permissible.
o. This Day Letter is received subject to the express understand-


ing and agreement that the Compafly does not undertake that a
Day Letter shall be d(li; icrie 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 day, at rates still lower than standard night message
rates, as follows: The standard telegram rate for 10 words shall be
charged for the transmission of 50 words or less, and one-fifth of
'such standard telegram rate for 10 words shall be charged for each
additional 10 words or less.
SPECIAL TERMS APPLYING TO NIGHT LETTERS:
In further consideration of the reduced rates for this special Night
Letter service, the following special terms in addition to those enu-
merated above are hereby agreed to:
A. Night Letters may at the option of the Telegraph Company /
be mailed at destination to the addressees, and the Company shall
be deemed to have discharged its ,i,li-ition in such cases with re-
spect to delivery by mailing such Nr.-;t. Letters at destination, post-
age prepaid.
B. Night Letters shall be written in plain English. Code language
is not permissible.
No employee of the Company is authorized to vary the foregoing.





LASS OF SERVICE DESIRED W EST NI N
TELEGRAM T LU
DAY LETTER F
NIGHT MESSAGE
NIGHT LETTER
Patrons should mark an X oppoT E A M
site tne class of service desired;
OTHERWISE THE MESSAGE
WILL BE TRANSMITTED AS A
FULL-RATE TELEGRAM NEWCOMB CARLTON. PRtIDLNTr GEORGE W. e. ATKINS. FIRST VICR-PRESIDENT
Send-------- th oiwzgmsae ujc otetrm nbc eef hc r eeyae t


Form 1207A
NO. j CASH ORCHG

CHECK

TIME FILED


r. /( AIAY


SENDER'S ADDRESS
woi RNVFERENO


SENDER'S TELE-
PHONE NUMBER


Send the following message, subject to the term s on back hereof, which are hereby agree to


To19

Street and No. & ,















^xj~y7\^if4]dP---
_______________________^ PZP^l ',.





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ALL MESSAGES TAKEN BY THIS COMPANY ARE SUBJECT TO THE FOLLOWING TERMS:@
To guard against mistakes or delans, the sender of a message should order it repeated, that is. teleerapbed back to the originating office for comparison For this,
one-hall the unrepeaied message rate is ..barged t addition Unless otherwise indicated on its face, this ia an ucrepeated message and paid for as such, in consideration
whereof it is agreed between the au.rJtr of trne mnesage and tbJ6 company ai follows:
I The company shall not be liable for trmtakes or delays in the transmission or delivery, r.r for non-delivery. ',f riny messrce received for transmission at the unre-
pealed-message rate b'.onrd the eujm of bve hundred dollar;: nor for-mistakes or delays in the trnsmaislion or deliver,, or for non-delivery, of any message received for
transmission at the repeated-mnes'cage rate beyond the sum ro five thousand dollars, urilea sp pciatly faiuted, nor in any case for dcla6s arising from unavoidable intenuption
in the working of its urrel. nor for errors in cipher or obscure messages
2. In any event the omnparn shall not be liable for damages for mistakes or delanys in the transmis:ion or delivery. or for ite non-delivery. of an' me-nEsp, whether
caused by the rneligene of ites erviants or clther r.- .:, beyron- tihe sum of 6ve thousand dollirs. at which amount eachh m--iage is dec-med to I-e valued, unless a greater value
la stated in writing by the sendtr thr:recof at tich time the- mncage is tendered for trarremission, and uncJ e the- repeated-meoagcr ratE is praid or agreed to be paid, and an
additional charge equal to one-tcnit of one per cent of the amount by which such valuation shall exreed hvr thousand dollars
3 The company is hereby made ihc agent of the s-dt of r. without ability, to forward this mesige oir the lins of any other company when necessary to reach its
destination.
4.. Messacrra will be dellv.'rd free within one-half mile of the company's office in towns of 5,000 population or lesi, and within one mile of such office in other cities
or towns. Brvenr1l three limits the company dues neot undi rtake to make deliverry. but will. eitholit liabhlJtv. at tha send' r ,? requ-es. as his aint and at his expense. endeav-
or to contract foir lmrn for such dJlive:rv at a riic, -.r-i bl: pr-.i'.
5. No r. pr.oniubility atta. hes to thi' company co in~ rnine mEi.sacs until the same are accepted at one of its tr.nsmttimng offiT.e, and if a message lb rent to such
office by one -f the cimpanv'b mrscr-ngers, he acts for that purpo.:e na lb" nvent of the tender
ft. The company uill not bt Italbl fur damages or i-atutiory penalitei in any :ase where the claim is not prescnitd n writing: a ihin 6shit dans alter the message is
filed with the crunpan> for tra.ni-mib.ion
7. It in agre*-t. that in any action l, the company i... rIcov:r the tolls for any m..aba~e or miesacis the promr in J corr'.-: trarnsmarrsion and delivery thereof
shall be prs-sumerd, subject to. rebuttal by competent evidence.
8 14pecal tcrrin nco. rriing the transmission ol mr:;.s~fec3 unr the classes of mrseages enumerated below shall apply toi, mer'sces in each cf oilch respertive class
in addition to all the forecoilna ,rrm"
9. No employee of thE company i authorized to vari the ior coing. THE WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH COMPANY
INCORPORATED
NEWCOMB CARLTON, PRESIDENT

CLASSES OF SERVICE


TELEGRAMS
A full-rate 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.
Night Messages may at the option of the Telegraph Companv be
mailed at destination to the addr'seees, and the Company shill be
deemed to have diseharced its obbeation in su.'h cases with rr-speFt
to delivery by madlng such Night Mlessages at destination, postage
prepaid.
DAY LETTERS
A deferred day service at rates lower than ithr standard telegram
rates as follows: One and one-half times the ,i ndard, NLcbt Lettel
rate for the transmission of 50 words or less and one-tifth of the initial
rates for each additional 10 words or less.
SPECIAL TERMS APPLYING TO DAY LETrERS.
In further consideration of the reduced rate for this speciall 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 legraph Companv as
a defer-red service and the transmission and delivery of such Day
Letters is, in all respects, subordinate to the priority of tranrmisnsion
and delivery of regular telegrams.
B. Day Letters shall be written in plat English Code language
is not permissible.
c. This Day Letter is received subject to the express understand.


ing and agreement that. the Company does not undertake that a
Day Letter shall be debvered 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 lime for
the transmission and delivery of such Day Letter on the day of its
date during regular office hour-, 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 2-100 A.,f. for delivery on the morning of the en-
siung business day, at rates stdl lower than standard nmght message
ratF., as follows: The tlirindare telegram rate for 10 words hall be
-barred for the transominson of '50 word-- or less, and one-tilth of
,-ii:hi standard leleeram rate f,:r 10 words shall be charged for each
additional 10 words or lesIs.
SPECIAL TERMS A.PPLYNG TO mnoHr LETTERS:
In farther consideration of the reduced ratrcs or this special Night
Letter service, the following special terms in addition to those enu-
merated above are hereby agreed to:
A. Night Letters may at the option of the Telegraph Company
he made at destination to the addresees, and the Company shall
be deemed to have discharged its obligation in such rases with re-
spect to delivery by' mailing such Night Letters at destination, post-
age prepaid.
a. Night Letters shall be written n plain English. Code language
is not permissible.
No employee of the CompanD is oauhorised to ry the forouoms.


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WASS 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-
wiseits character is indicated bythe
symbol appearing after the check.


P* n F 1"04
CLASS OF SERVICE SYMBOL

DAY LETTER BLUE
NIGHT MESSAGE NITE
NIGHT LETTER N L
If none of these three symbols
T E L A appears afterthe check (number of
words) this is a telegram. Other-
wise its characterisindicated bythe
NEWCOMB CARLTON, PRESIDENT GEORGE W. E. ATKINS, FIRST VICE-PRESIDNT I symbol appearing after the chfck.


The filing time as shown in the date line on full-rate telegrams and day letters, and the time of receipt at destination asshown on all messages, is STANDARD TIME.
Received at
108CH NA 18 NL


MD MALDEN MASS SEPT 25 1926


THUi.AS E WILL

72 4 FTLAUDERDALE FLO


RECD YOUR ANSER TO MY TELEGRAM I AM SEiiDUlliG THIS RETUL' :J.ESSAGE THAT

YOU MAY KNOW MY APPRECIATION

ROBERT T CUOPER


715A


F


I w~pr I 70


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Okeelanta Florida.,

September. 24. 1926.




Dear Friendd:-

Just a few lines to let you know that we are all
still liveing. hppe that the storm did not damage you folks much
and hope that you are all well and not hurt.

Grandma came home day before yesterday and she was so worried that
I thought some thing was going to happen but when she was home and
knew that everything was alright she began to feel better,we were
just as worried as she was because the storm was harder down there
they say but we had it just as bad. there is not a house in town tfk
that is tiotdamaged.there all gone to piecesahoteltroof is offethe
store.soof is off. and the townJhall is all inethe piano is stand-
ing out in the rain and sun not worth a centeschooLkpuse in all in.
Mothersbaugh house is turned and about threethundred feet from where
is belongs. fooQing is alY off our house and the whole sde caved in.
part of another house hit ours and broke the side out.everything we
had in the kitchen is spoiledvall what we had in the trunks is spept
spoiled. liut we are not going to live in it until we are sure of
Slter and the land is safe of floods. we will out ert soon
for we cannot live here all our lives in two and three feet of waters
the only house that is stancind Is Mr Fenners,Mothersbaughtand a few
others'biut the hotel and store is the roofs all gone. Mrs covell
just Apt'a new sheet iorn roof on the place and now it is laying
across the North New River canal. Mr Fenner paied a Hundred and
thirty for a sheet iorn roof but thejfdid not have it all on so
it blew all away and what they had on the roof is all gone and
spoiled, they are all eoing out here soon and I don't blane them.
o one can live in a place like t is now.-ihl.I a_ wnUnAdUAo.n ,ae
.Tik nnt. th w it is nw, we will go out as
soon as we herevfrom Dad if he has the house he was asking about
the day they came home w th grandmaM

grandma went down to see a Dr. about a week and a half aro.came
home the other day and feels pertty good but the Dr said that it
would take some time for her to well. she would have stayed in
Lauderedale but she was so &tM in a hurry to get home to see if
the family was saved* but we were living all in one house.

we have seven hereyand before grandma came we had seven'but Mr Coppr
went to Miami and that left me six to chok for'and believe me I
was kept busy from four in the morning till sometimes nine at night,
but grandma is here now and helps me quite a little. I have not
much more time so I will close and hope that this finds you all well
and in good condition, we recieved MIr Wills letter with the
Receipts. thank you.
Best regards toll the family.
as ever your Friend.,
ALI .. ..





SFORM 3L 12-24.IOM
Ri E. BERNEY BERNIE L. ANDERSON

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

Ft.Oorth Texas,, Sept.25.1926.




Dr. Thos E. Will.,
Pt.Lauderdale Fla.
Dear Dr.Willm-



I have been scanning the papers to see if
your name was among those listed among the sufferers but so
far I have been agreeably surprised not to find it and I hope
this communication finds you and yours well and as happy as
could be expected under the circumstances.
This has been a terrible thing and the whole
Nation, I am sure mourns, This town I notice has liberally
responded; having already remitted thousands of dollars and
more coming, I suppose these things are necessary in the
course of human events to draw us more closely together but
for the life of me I cant see the reason for such things but
it is not for me to question.
I would be glad to hear from you when you
can pick up the threads an-o-aow that you escaped-__

Sine rely,








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