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Title: Legal papers: 1904
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Finding Guide: A Guide to the William Sherman Jennings Papers
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Title: Legal papers: 1904
Series Title: Legal Papers (correspondence, deeds, legal briefs, receipts, etc.), 1886-1906
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Publication Date: 1904
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Subject: Jennings, William Sherman, 1863-1920.
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FLORIDA

BANK AND TRUST

COMPANY


JACKSONVILLE
FLORIDA






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FLORIDA

BANK AND TRUST

COMPANY

Cor. FORSYTH AND LAURA STS.
JACKSONVILLE
FLORIDA





OFFICERS
WALTER F. COACHMAN, President
WILLIAM S. JENNINGS, Vice-President and General Counsel
ARTHUR F. PERRY, Vice-President
W. ALBERT REDDING, Cashier and Secretary
FRANCIS P. FLEMING, Jr., Trust Officer

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE
WALTER F. COACHMAN CHARLES E. GARNER
WILLIAM S. JENNINGS CHARLES B. ROGERS
ARTHUR F.PERRY HUGH A. McEACHERN
THOMAS V. PORTER DANIEL T. OEROW


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H AVING large resources, conservative
management and a representa-
tive Board of Directors, and being
equipped with unexcelled facilities for
the transaction of all branches of
legitimate banking and trust business,
the FLORIDA BANK & TRUST COM-
PANY [solicits the accounts and busi-
ness of :corporations, firms and indi-
viduals as well as of out-of-town banks,
promising the utmost liberality of
terms consistent with prudent busi-
ness methods.


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FLORIDA BANK AND TRUST COMPANY
IN ITS

BANKING
DEPARTMENT



Rents safe deposit boxes.

Buys and sells foreign exchange.

Receives deposit accounts subject to check

Issues foreign and domestic letters of credit.

Is a depositary for Stale. County and Citl
funds.

Discounts commercial paper of customers
and bankers.

Collects checks and drafts throughout the
United States and foreign countries.

Acts as correspondent for out-of-tovn Banks,
Trust Companies and Private'Bankers.

Holds savings deposits and pass interest there-
on at the rate of 4 per cent. per annum.


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FLORIDA BANK AND TRUST COMPANY
IN ITS

TRUST
DEPARTMENT


Transacts a general Trust Business.


Takes entire charge of real and personal
property.


Attends to the preparation and proper cer-
tification of municipal and other corporate bonds.


Acts as Trustee, Transfer Agent, Registrar and
Fiscal Agent for Corporations, Cities, Counties
and States.


Executes all that large class of trusts usually
reposed in individuals, such as executor, admin-
istrator, curator, guardian, receiver, trustee under
will or appointment of Court.




GUARANTEES EFFICIENT EXECUTION IN
ALL THE ABOVE NAMED CAPACITIES


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DIRECTORS



GEORGB W ALLE.ri Preiduent First National Bank. Key
We-t. Florida.
CBARLES H BROWN Presideni First National Bank.
Live Oak. Florida
F R&K E. Bown. Cashier 'Vlusia Counry Bank. De Land
and Merchants Bank. Daytona. Florida
WILLi M M. BRO.wN. President Fort Dallas National
Bank and President Bank of Ba' Bj-'aiyne. Miami.
Florida.
C. WV BARTLESON President of Lbe C W. Bartleson Cc .
Whole-ale Grocers. Jack-onville. Florida
W F C S.a;BarMAN. F're-idCn of the Company. President
of the Con.,:.-ldated Land Company and Vice-Pres-
,dent Cono-:.-:liated Na,.al Storei Company. Ja'.k.
sondile F hlorida
A. D CovrN:-roN. President Hillman Sutherland C:, .
and Manufacturer Na .I St.re--. Quincy. Fla
RAvtUOND Ca.. Manuiacrurer Naval Stor-e Jackson'vill
J H CRo~'.. Prc,1denr Greenleat &A Crosby Co JacK:
sonvdle. Florida
JoHN G. CEIRItZ.OPHER. Machinery ana Mill Supplie-
Jacksonville. Florida
H. L. Co."TNIr-TO President American Natinal Bank
and Vice-Presd-Ant Con-oli jred Naval Sti:.re Co
Pensacola Florida.
JOHN H CARTER. Preldent First National Bank Qumincy
C A C..iSON. Pre-ident State Bank of Ki.simmee. Ki-.
simmet. Florida.
ALBERT CARLTON Preident Carlnton & Carlon Banker,.
Wauchula. Florida, and \'l,:e-Fresident Firt Natio.nal
Bank Arcadiia Florida
C Do.%;TNC-. President National Bank at Brun-wick and
Pr, iden' The Downing Comp nmv Brunswrck Ga
JOHN T Ei.-trKEa President First National Bank. it.
Auguo-rine. Florida
FRPANK H FEE. President Bank it Fort Pierce. FOvr
Pierce. Florida.
F P FOR'rER. Cabhier First Natio:nai Bank Saanord
W. R. FrLLER. President Tampa Board of Trade. Whole
-alk Grocer. Tampa Flir-ia
L. A FRaLEIC-H V'i.e-Presldent Fir-' Natiunal Bank
Madi.:.n Florida
JAMEE M 'iR H A.-i. President First N'tliinal Bank.
'3anlnes' iJ.- I- oridja
C E Gan .NER. Pre-ident jac.:k..:.nvllle oard ol Trade
and Pre;ident Independent Line- of teamer- Jack-
sonvill Florida


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DIRECTORS-Continued


D. T. GEnOW, Postmaster, Jacksonville, Florida, and
Manager Standard Oil Co., Jacksonville. Florida.
S. B. HaBBARD. JR., Vice-President The S. B. Hubbard
Company, Jacksonville, Florida.
A. M. IVES, President Julington Naval Stores Company,
City Treasurer, Jacksonville, Florida.
W. S. JENNINGS, Vice-President of the Company, Jack-
sonville, Florida.
J. F. LEWIs, President Citizens Bank, Valdosta, Ga.
J. C. LITTLE, President The Cooperage Company, Sec-
retary and Treasurer Consolidated Naval Stores
Company, Jacksonville, Florida.
W. S. McCLELLAND, President McClelland, Hubbs &
Isted, Bankers, Eustis, Florida.
H. A. MCEACHERN, Vice-President Consolidated Naval
Stores Company and Treasurer Turpentine Opera-
tors' Association, Jacksonville, Florida.
D. H. McMILLAN, Vice-President Consolidated Naval
Stores Company, Jacksonville, Florida.
W. H. MILTON, Cashier First National Bank, Marianna.
Fla., and President FirstsNational Bank, De Fuiak
Springs, Florida.
JAMES I. MUNOz, General Merchandise Broker, Jackson-
ville, Florida.
T. V. PORTER, Capitalist, Jacksonville, Florida.
J. P. TALIAFERRO, United States Senator. Jacksonville.
JAMES PRITCHARD, President Indian River State Bank,
Titusville, Florida.
GEORGE M. PARKER, General Merchandise Broker. Jack-
sonville, Florida.
ARTHUR F. PERRY, Vice-President of the Company, Jack-
sonville. Florida.
*C. B. ROGERS, President Consolidated,Grocery Com-
pany, and Vice-President Consolidated Naval Stores
Company, Jacksonville, Florida.
CHARLES E. SMITH, Vice-President Smith, Richardson
& Conroy, Jacksonville, Florida.
TELFAIR STOCKTON, Real Estate, Jacksonville, Florida.
P. L. SUTHERLAND. President Bank of Green Cove
Springs, and Vice-President Hillman-Sutherland
Company. Green Cove Springs. Florida.
G. W. SAXON, President Capital City Bank, Apalachicola
and Tallahassee, Florida.
LORENZO A. WILSON, President Wilson & Toomer Fertil-
izer Company, Jacksonville, Florida.


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STOCKHOLDERS

Acosta & Babl. State Agent; Penn Mutual Life
Insurance Compr.any. Jacksonville, Fla.
Aird, Henry G., Cashier Manatee Banking Com-
pany. Manatee. Fla.
Alexander. T F Jak3sonvllle, Fla.
Alford. S. A Maniar'acturer Naval Stores, Chip-
ley, Fla
Alftord, W. C. Manuraciturer Naval Stores, Cot-
tondal-, F-la.
Allen, Geo. W., President First National Bank.
Key West. Fla.
Avent. Geo. J., Jac.kso.rville, Fla.
Ball. John, Jaeksonville. Fla.
Barnes. C. H.. President Barnes & Jessup Conm-
pany. Jac ksonvill, Fla.
Barnett. W. S.. of Smith. Richardson & Conroy.
Jackiornville. Fia.
Barrs. J. M.. City Attorney, Jacksonville, Fla.
Bartle.son, C. W President C. W. Bartleson Com-
pany, Jaet ksonvlle. Fla.
Bartleson, Mrs. H. A. Jacksonr lll- F1 .
BiEah.. W. R. Capitalist, Wa'y,.ron:-. GIa
Bell. J M of Dian & B ll. Mllnufa.:turirrs of
Naval ~.kores. Waycrosq. Ga
Bettes, C. C.. Druggist. Ja.?ksonville Fla.
Blount, B. W. Manufactur.-r Na% -l Store-, Oeala.
Fla.
Boardman. Geo. M., of the Pat-rso.n-Boardman
Company. New York.
Bond. Frank E.. Cashier Mer.:hrints Bank, Day-
tona, Fla. and Cashier V'rluta County Bank.
DeLand. Fla
Bor ,on. K. Manufac turer Na\,.l stores Cres-
rent City Fla.
Brer.:ton. I -a.:., Carotiall-. Jac:k.-Si'. k tle, Fla
Brown. C NI. Prei.dnt Fir-r Nriunal Bank.
Live Oaki Fl,-.
Brown, Wm. MN.. Prei:,dnt FrLrt Dalias National
Bank and Pr.i.-,lnt B rank .:.i Bay Eiscayne.
Miami. Fla
Bryan. W. J. (County Solicitlr. of Diu.-al County,
Jac:ksonvilie. Fla.
Buck. F. E.. Dentist. Jack-.nill-. Fla
Buckrnan. C. Real Ert t.: B'ro,ker. Jacksonville,
Fla.
Burroughs. J. H.. Audtr:.r Freight Receipts S.
A. L. Railway. Portsmoutn. Va
Carraway, F. W. Marnu.fat:rer Naval Stores.
Tallahassee, Fla.


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STOCKHOLDERS-Continued

Carraway, W. E. Manufacturer Naval Stores,
Carraway, Pla.
Carlton, Albert, of Carlton & Carlton, Bankers,
Wauchula, Fla.
Carson, C. A., President State Bank of Kissim-
mee, Kissimmee, Fla.
Carter, B. A., Manufacturer Naval Stores, Hurds,
Fla.
Carter, W. R., President Carter & Russell Pub-
lishing Company, Jacksonville, Fla.
Carter, John H., President First National Bank,
Quincy, Fla.
Cashen, T. V., Jr., Jacksonville, Fla.
Catlett, B. S., Wholesale Live Stock Dealer,
Jacksonville, Fla.
Cay, C. A., Manufacturer Naval Stores, Tallahas-
see, Fla.
Cay, J. D., Manufacturer Naval Stores, Tallahas-
see, Fla.
Cay, Raymond, Capitalist, Jacksonville, Fla.
Chalker, Geo. A., Merchant, Middleburg, Fla.
Champlain, E. A., Vice President Consolidated
Grocery Company, Jacksonville, Fla.
Champlain, Guy R., Merchandise Broker, Jack-
sonville, Fla.
Christopher, Jno. G., Dealer in Mill Supplies,
Jacksonville, Fla.
Clark, Chas. A., Undertaker, Jacksonville, Fla.
Clarke, Thomas, Druggist, Jacksonville, Fla.
Clarkson, Mrs. Jennie S., Jacksonville, Fla.
Coachman, W. F., President of the Company,
President Consolidated Land Company, Vice
President Consolidated Naval Stores Com-
pany, Jacksonville, Fla.
Conoley, W. B., Manufacturer Naval Stores, Val-
dosta, Ga.
Conroy, F. P., Secretary and Treasurer Smith,
Richardson & Conroy, Jacksonville, Fla.
Cook, W. J., Transfer Company, Jacksonville,
Fla.
Covington, A. D., President Hillman, Suth.erland
Company, Quincy, Fla.
Covington, H. L., President American National
Bank and Vice President Consolidated Naval
Stores Company, Pensacola, Fla.,
Covington, C. M., Vice President Consolidated
Grocery Company, Pensacola, Fla.
Covington, R. V., President Covington Company,
Wholesale Dry Goods, Jacksonville, Fla.


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STOCKHOLDERS-Continued

Crosby, J. H., President Greenleaf & Crosby
Company, Jewelers, Jacksonville, Fla.
Cullens, F. T., Proprietor Windsor Hotel, Jack-
sonville, Fla.
Davis, T. S., Fernandina, Fla.
Dawson, W. B., Wine Merchant, Jacksonville,
Fla.
Deen, C. W., Capitalist, Waycross, Ga.
Dignan, P. A., of Dignan & O'Brien, Grocers,
Jacksonville, Fla.
Dillon, B. F., Supt. Western Union Telegraph
Company, Jacksonville, Fla.
Dismukes, Jno. T., President First National
Bank, St. Augustine, Fla.
Downing, C., President National Bank of Bruns-
wick; President the Downing Company,
Brunswick, Ga.
Dozier, Screven, of Dozier & Gay, Hardware,
Jacksonville, Fla.
Drew, H. & W. B., Officers The H. & W. B. Drew
Company, Jacksonville, Fla.
Drew, M. C., President First National Bank,
Madison, Fla.
Edwards, J. C., Manufacturer Naval Stores, Wal-
ler, Fla.
Edwards, M. E., Manufacturer Naval Stores,
Lawtey, Fla.
Ellis, W. H., Attorney General of the State of
Florida, Quincy, Fla.
Elwes, F. C., Capitalist, Jacksonville, Fla.
Fee, Frank H., President Bank of Fort Pierce,
Fort Pierce, Fla.
Fitzgerald, D. D., President Fitzgerald Com-
pany, Jacksonville, Fla.
Fleming, F. P., Attorney at Law, Jacksonville,
Fla.
Fleming, F. P. Jr., Trust Officer of the Company,
Jacksonville, Fla.
Forster, F. P., Cashier First National Bank,
Sanford, Fla.
Fraleigh, L. A., Vice President First National
Bank, Madison, Fla.
Frazier, Wm. W., Real Estate Broker, Jackson-
ville, Fla.
Fuller, C. M., Vice President Greenleaf & Crosby
Company, Jewelers, Jacksonville, Fla.
Fuller, W. R., President Tampa Board of Trade,
Wholesaile Grocer, Tampa, Fla.


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STOCKHOLDERS-Continued

j Furchgott, L., President Kohn-Furchgott Com-
pany, Wholesale and Retail Dry Goods,
Jacksonville, Fla.
Futchgott, Mrs. L., Jacksonville, Fla.
Gallaher, W. A., Vice President Consolidated
Grocery Company, Tampa, Fla.
Garner, C. E., President Board of Trade; Presi-
dent Independent Line of Steamers, Jack-
sonville, Fla.
Gerow, D. T., Postmaster; Manager Standard Oil
Company, Jacksonville, Fla.
Goffin, S. S., Nassau Sound Packing Company,
Fernandina, Fla.
Goldstein, Harry, Fernandina, Fla.
Gray, Frank S., President S. B. Hubbard Com-
pany, Wholesale and Retail Hardware, Jack-
sonville, Fla.
Graham, J. M., President First National Bank,
Gainesville, Fla.
Groover, E. A., Groover & Co., Insurance, Jack-
sonville, Fla.
Haile, W. K., Superintendent Southern Express
SCompany, Jacksonville, Fla.
Hall, R. S., President Marion Hardware Com-
pany, Ocala, Fla.
Hall, T. C., Manufacturer Naval Stores, Ocala,
Fla.
Hardee, C. A., States Attorney Third Circuit,
Madison, Fla.
Harkisheimer, H. E., ExecutOr, Jacksonville,
Fla.
Harrison, W. T. B., Manufacturer Naval Stores,
Blount, Fla.
Hausman, E., Manufacturers' Agent, Jackson-
ville, Fla.
Haward, Fred W., President Duval Theater Com-
pany, Jacksonville, Fla.
Hearing, A. T., Merchant, Quincy, Fla.
Henderson, John, President Chattanooga Pot-
tery Company, Jacksonville, Fla.
Henderson, John W., Mayor, Attorney at Law,
Tallahassee, Fla.
Herrin, D. J., Jacksonville, Fla.
Herty, Chas. H., Inventor Herty Cup, Professor
Chemistry University North Carolina, Green
Cove Springs, Fla.
Hillman, W. J., President W. J. Hillman Co.,
Naval Stores, Live Oak, Fla.


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STOCKHOLDERS- Continued

Hodges. F. S.. Capitalist, Jacksonville, Fla.
Holder, Edward. Phosphate Miner and Exporter.
Dunellon. Fla.
Hollomon, J. A.. Editor Industrial Record. Jack-
sonville. Fla.
Holrmes S. P.. of S. P. Holmes & Co.. St.-..k-
brokers. Jacksonville. Fia.
Hoover. F. P.. Physlcran. Jacksonville FlP
Hough. %. V. Manufacturer Naval Store- DE-
Lan.. Fla.
Howard. F. K.. Stev-dore Jacksonville. Fla
Hubbard. A S., Pr,eident Citizens Gas C,'-om-
pany; Presidr-nt The S.rtringn ld Company.
Jack .:,n. ilie. Pla
Hubbard. S. B. Jr. Vi,.- Pr.-'i.1. nt S. B Hubbard
Company. Wholc.ale and Retail Hardware
Jack :,n\ tile Fla
Hubbard. Estate of S. B. J:a .ksor.llle. Fla.
Hunter. Dexter Cjpltalist. J,'.k-onvllle Fla.
Hyde. F. J.. of Clark .:onr & Hyd,:; Chalrrnan
Co Lrunty Conrni ;i31,i -r Du.al County. Ja.'k-
Sonrville. Fia
Ilts A M Pre sldnr Julring tn Na'.al Stores
Comrpan,. and (Cir Tr.iasturer Ja.?kson' ille.
Fla.
Jarkson. W. C. Pred,:rit COperators Tool Com-
rpanry Grien Co:'-. Sr-rring Fln.
- Jacksnr,. Mrrs Gra.:e E Tampa. Fla.
ennlngs, W. S., Vi.:e Preiid'nt of the Com-
pany Ja.,ks:.nvill'-. Fla
Jordan. Wm S, of TV S Jordan & Co.. InSur-
an'c-. Ja.-ksionvlllii Fin
Joris. R H. Yulee. Fla
Kernedy.J. A., Manufacturr.r N:ival Stores. Nix-
ron Fl*,
Lane. Jas. F.. S..-retary, and Tr.a-urer of the
Grieanleaf & C'risby C on.rpary, Jewelers
Jak.sonviii,. Fla
L'Engle E. J. Attorney at La?.. Division Coun-
s.c1 S,'.athern R.,-i lw..y. Jac k.onri lle FPI.
L. :. Br,.:. Dr:. G ,od- Tall. riatI. .3 Fla.
L--vic. J. G.. Miarifa.: tujrr Natal Stores. Bloom-
nle d. Fla
L vis. J. F., Prei- id, nt Citize-n s Bank. ValdIsta.
Ga
Lerwi. W. C.. President State Savings Bank.
Casnril First Nati.:.ral Bank Tailahassee
P Fla.


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Little. J. C.. President The Cooperage Company.
Secretary and Tr-. :surer Co,nsolidated Naval
Stores Company. Jacksonville, Fla.
Logan. J. J, President Florida Cottrrn Oil Com-
pany, Jacksonville, Fla
Lutterloh. R. B. Manufacturer Naval Stores. Tal-
lahassee. Fla
Lyon. Miss Mary S, Jac.ksonville Fla
McCall. Cay. Manufacturer Naval Stores. Talla-
hassee. Fla.
McClelland. W. S. President McCleliand, Hubbs
& Iste.d, Bankers, Es.u-tls Fia.
McEahern. H. A., Vice Preside-nt Consolidatnd
Naval Stores Company. Trieaurer Turpen-
tine Operators Assoolatir.n. Jac:ksonville, Fla.
McLeod. G A. Manufacturer Naval Store-'. River-
land. Fla
McMillan. D. H.. Vice Pr sidenrt 'onsolidaied
Naval Srores Company. Jacksonville. Fla.
McMillan Brothers. Copper Works. Jacksonville,
Fla.
McNeill. P R Jasper, Fi .
Ma.:duff. Eliza J. Jacksonu lle. Fla.
Macduff W A Capitalls.t Jarksonville. Fla.
Martin J B. Manufacturer Naval Stor-. Ock-
lawalia. Fla.
Mahoney. W. A.. Mahoney Canning Cmpany,
Cedar Keys, Fla
Maxwell. D E.. General Agent S A L.. Ry.. Jack-
s:nville. FiD
Maxw -ll. D. E. Jr. Jackso.n ilie, Fla.
Nleggs, L L. Manufacturer Natal Stores. range
Springs. Fla.
Mickler & Co Merchanti Callahan. Fla
Milton. W. H. Cashier F.rst National Bank
MNrianna. Fla
Mitchell. R. F. Consolidat-d Gro.:ery I.:' .pany.
Pensacola. Fla.
Mitchell Thomas. Clerk Cir:uit Cojr Gadsdien
County. Quin.:y Fla
Moller, Carl. Manager Standard Na .,i Stores
Company, Ja,:ksonvllle. Fla
Morris. Ida Lee. Jacksonville Fla.
Mote. L H.. Ja,:k :onville, Fla
Munnerlyn. J K, President Soutnern FP'ul and
Supply Company. Jacksoni lle, Fla.
Munoz. J. I. Merchandise Broker, Jacksonville,
Fla.
Munroe & Cham-ilsi, Bank.-rs ,cala, Fla


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Myers. C. L.. Manager P. & 0. S. S. Co., Jackson-
vllle, Fla
Myers, H. & Bros. Wholesale Grocers. Savannah,
Ga
Nasb. E. S., President Paterson-Downing Com-
pany. Exporters Naval Stores, New York
O'Neal, H. N.. Proprietor Aragon Hotel Jack-
sonville, Fla
Padgett, D., Manufaeturer Naval Stores. Moul-
trie. Fla.
Pace. J. G.. Manufacturer Naval Stores. Jack-
sonville Fla.
Pace. J. H.. Manager Tool Departrnenr Consoli-
dated Grocery Company, Jacksonville, Fla.
Painter. E. 0. President E. 0 Painter Fertilizer
Company, Jacksonville, Fla-.
Parker, Geo. M., of Wilson & Parker, Merchan-
dise Brokers. Jacksonville, Fla
Parrott. J. R.. Vice President and General Man-
ager Florida East Coast Railway. Jackson-
ville, Fla
Paterson, R. W.. President Atlantic Investment
Company. New York.
Patterson. J. H.. Manager Julington Naval Stores
Company, Jacksonvllle, Fia.
Pepperday, C. E., Merchandi.e Broker. Jackson-
ville, Fla.
Perry, Arthur F.. Vice President of the Company.
Jac: ksonville, Fla.
Phillips F M Tallahassee. Fla.
Phillips, J. J.. Manufacturer Naval Stores Citro-
neile. Fla
Powell, B. R.. President Southern Manufactur-
Ing Company Wiir.l-sale Drugs Jackson-
ville Fla.
Powell. W. H. Archer. Fla.
Porter. J. R. Preqld.nr J. R. Porter Company.
Wholesale Tobr.co. Ja-,ksonvllle. Fla
Porrer T. V.. Capitalist. Ja.:ksnrville Fl.i
Pritchett. H E. Prisldent Mierhantq Bank Mc-
Rae. Ga
Pritchard. James. President Indian River State
Bank. Titusville Fla.
Redding. W. A.. Cashier of the Company Jack-
son\llle, Fla.
Renfroe Bros. MIrchants, Qultman Ga
Richardson. 1 W.. President of Smith Rich-
ardson & Conroy Jacksonville Fla.


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Robeson, J. D., General Manager Operators
Steamboat Company, Jacksonville, Fla.
Rogers, C. B., President Consolidated Grocery
Company, Vice President Consolidated Na-
val Stores Company, Jacksonville, Fla.
Rogers, Edgar H., Jacksonville, Fla.
Russell, Rufus A., Secretary and Treasurer Car-
ter & Russell Publishing Company, Jack-
sonville, Fla.
Sabal, E. T., Capitalist, Jacksonville, Fla.
Saunders, J. R., Vice President Consolidated
Naval Stores Company, Pensacola, Fla.
Saxon, G. W., President Capital City Bank, Apa-
lachicola and Tallahassee, Fla.
Shaw, R. K., Special Agent New York Life In-
surance Companyv Jacksonville, Fla.
Smith, C. E., Vice President Smith, Richardson
& Conroy, Jacksonville, Fla.
Smith, T. C., Cashier First National Bank, Madi-
son, Fla.
Spencer, L. E., Agent A. C. L. Ry., Jacksonville,
Fla.
Sperry, Mrs. Julia A., Proprietor Duval Hotel,
Jacksonville, Fla.
Starke, John W., Orange Grower, Beresford,
Fla.
Stevens, Walker B., Cashier Union Savings Bank,
Jacksonville, Fla.
Stockton, Telfair, of Stockton & Budd, Real
Estate, Jacksonville, Fla.
Stowe, C. M., Capitalist, Jacksonville, Fla.
Stringfellow, R. L., of Stringfellow Bros..
Wholesale Grocers, Jacksonville, Fla.
Sutherland, P. L., President Bank of Green Cove
Springs; Vice President Hillman-Sutherland
Company, Green Cove Springs, Fla.
Tallaferro, Jas. P., United States Senator, Jack-
sonville, Fla.
Taylor, Lee, Cashier Consolidated Naval Stores
Company, Jacksonville, Fla.
Thames, Elmo, Cashier Consolidated Grocery
Company, Jacksonville, Fla.
Uedemann & Co., Capitalists, Jacksonville, Fla.
Ulmer, M. W., Manufacturer Naval Stores, Lar-
go, Fla.
Van Deman, Carl B., President C. B. Van Deman
Company, Wholesale Grocers and Cotton
Factors, Jacksonville, Fla.


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Varn. L. B, Manufacturer Naval Storts, Wl.:,on.
Fla.
Verelat. Charles F City Assesour, Jacksonville,
Fla.
Walton. W H., of White. Walton & r'c.. Whole-
sale Gro:ers. Jacksonville Fla.
Ward. J. W., Jr. Manufacturer Naval Stores,
Floral City. Fla.
Weston, Miss Marianna, J:cksonvllie. Fla.
Wiggs. Paul R.. Vice Pr.:sident and S- cretary
J. R.-Porter Coraitpany, Whole-ale Tobacco.
Jacksonville. Fla.
Wllkie. L. N.. Capitalist. Jacksonvllie. Fla.
Wilkinson, H. L Merchant, Hernando. Fla.
Willcox, Ceil. State Agent Mutual Life Insur-
ance Company of New York Ja: ksonville.
Fla.
Williams. Artolr T. Real Estate. Jackstonvili -
Fla.
W illiams, Isablla M Jacksrn llie, Fia.
Wilson, J. R. Manufacturer Naval Stores. Cal-
laban. Fli.
Wilson, Lorenzo A President Wilson & Tojn,-r
Fertilizer Company. Jacksonville. Fla
Wilson, S. B.. Secretary and Treasurer Cunicsli-
dated Land Cormpany. Jacksonville. Fla.


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EVER) FACILITY. CONSISTENT \\ITH CONSER\-
ATI\E BANKING. EXTENDED DEP(O)SITORS

INTEREST PAID ON SA\INGS DEPOSITS AT 4
PER CENT PER ANNUM.

THE COMPANY ACTS AS TRUSTEE. TRANSFER
AGENT. REGISTRAR. AND FIS -\L AGENT
FOR CORPORATIONS, CITIES, COUNTIES
AND STATES. E\ECULTES ALL THAT L RPGE
CL-SS OF TRUSTS ISUL\LL\ REPOSED IN
INDI\iDUALS SUCH S E\EC:UTOR. ADMINIS.
TRATOR, CURATOR,. CGURDIAN. RE'-EI\ER,
TRUSTEE UNDER \\ ILL OR APPOINTMENT
OF COURT.

ACCOUNTS SOLICITED

CORRESPONDENCE IN\ TED


FLORIDA
BANK AND TRUST
COMPANY


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FLORIDA BANK AND TRUST COMPAiY.


Jacksonville, Fla. Dec. 1904.




Dear Sir:
I tike much pleasure in inftoring you thi th r ...-

ganization of the Florlda Bank and Trust Company is progressing

satisfactorily, and has now reached that step its organization

that we are enabled to begin business upon the payment of not

less than 50% of the capital stock and procurement of a certifi=

cate of authority from the State Comptroller, as required by

Statute.

The purchase of the Uereiant ile Exchange Bank hars

ing been agreed upon, the consummation of which is to be affected

and tho transfer made to us on the 5th day of January, next, which

date has been fixed as the date for the Florida Bank and Trust

Company to ooamence business.
It is understood and agreed that a sum equal to 5$

of the capital stock of the Florida Bank and Trust Company shall

be paid to the stockholders of the Merclantile Exchange Bank as

the value of its Incidental assets and good will, making the total

cost of the shares of stock of the Florida Bank and Trust Company,

including the purchase of the Merc&antile Exchange Bank, one hun=

dred and five dollars per share.

Therefore, in accordance with the Statute, bylaws

and resolutions of the Executive Committee, I beg to announce that

in order to procure the certificate of the Honorable Stats Coamp=

troller authorizing the Florida Bank and Trust Company to cornence

business, as required by law, on the 5th day of January, next, it

will be necessary for the payment of at least 50% of the capital
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stock to be pad-&n^ by the second (2nd) day of January, next( Jv, tr

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may make oath that at least 50% of the capital stock has been paid "

in, which oaths mist be forwarded to the State Comptroller on the

3rd day of January to enable him to issue the authority t coassence

"' .s6ss feot later than on the 4th day of January, next'.

Under the terms of the purchase of the Wfercantile

exchange Bank it will be necessary to pay at the same time 5% of

,the* tital stock.

I find that you are entitled to ___ shares, t 4


50O of which is - - - - $

5% of your subscription being - - -$

Making a total of - - -

which be good enough to remit, making your checks payable "to the
? order of thf Ylorida Bank and Trust Company, and mail in the

Inclosed addressed envelope so as to reach JaX sonville not later

than the evening mail of the 31st instant.


Yours very trnly,


President.


NOTE:
Any stockholder desiring to pay the full amount of the

subscription is at liberty to do so, and upon receipt of the full

amount of the subscription and the 50 mentioned, a certificate

of stock will be issued therefore.


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A-OUmr-s OF PIMIC :1.0t
-n .r.~nt as Shownm rom State Treasurer's Leder 5,alance July
31, 1904.
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Atlant-o Jti onal 3ank of Jacklsonville


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-'atio:a'l Lter-: of Jacl:sonvil3.o ==.===========
First IUtlonal Ban: of, Ta-1.l.sCo -==========
Capital i.ty :r .anl: of Va7llahannoee =======
First :'atil.onal .anki: of Ponoacola ====n===
.uataonal P1.rk 7anl: of Te York = =========
Co:-,:..-rcial -riaUnl:. of Jacknonviille =============.
iorchantile 2xchanue Lani:, Jac::oonville =c==s,=
-irst U ... tional fn: of1 ..if' ============ia
State rol.: of .'foriida, J..cl:;on r 2o ==a ==a====
:- .ohan'c .. I.ionrl .Ca.' of Trr.a ==============
jtir t t lional anik of St. A. ;stiho s========s
State :a-.: of :.iosii2ae ===- -======= ======
-Fir nt ,..tional m-1.1: of dison ===========a
:ir::" .':,.iona'l ra-l: of Oc.neTille =======I e
.or-. .1.. a..3 :: L ional J .anl.i ". :i ==============


90,710.57
25,872.55
G5,173.05

34,979.82
O, 5n,3.:34
30,424.95
, 055,0
15,000.00
75,0X', 00
9,500.00
45,000.0
10,000.00
10,000.00
9,500,00


Total --- 498,631.89

















AliOUIITS OF PUBLIC MO1 ffYS

in BEn,-! as Shown From State Treasurer's Ler-er Balance July

31. 1904.



,+? IIc.-tiona'l EBn? of Jac sonville $63,881.35


i.e~'o,*--'i B.a..' of Jac.sonmille ================

First National Bank of Tol.1ahassee ===========

Capital City Bank of Tallahassee ===========

First nationall Bank of Pensacola

IT..tionil Park Bank of lNevw York ===========

Co...-,ercial Bank of Jacksonville

1.'erchantile Exchange Bank, Jacl:sonville

First ITat.ioinl Bank of :ni ======

State B:-'n:- of Florida, Jaci-o-.i-le ==========

E'."- .'-,r--e N-tional Ban'k- of Ta2 pa ==============

First National Bank of St. Augustine ==========

Statc Bank of Kissimmee

First -ational Bank of I.adison

First iTational Bank of Gainesville ===========

Fort Dallas National Bank .1ani --==============


90,710.57

25,872.55

65,173.65

34,979.82

10,583.34

30,424.95

8,055,66

15,000.00

75,000.00

9,500.00

45,000.00

10,000.00

10,000.00

9,500.00

5,000.00


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-MEI IORAN DA-

OF SERVICE TCriBE CONSIDERED III PROVISIONS OF

LEASE OF PRISTONERS-


(1)- To prepare and pass upon an agreement to be entered

into between the lessee and the Board of Commissioners of

State Institutions under the provisions of Notice, Bid and

A-ard of March first 1905.

(2)- To examine the lease on the subject .covering the

powers of' the Board of Commissioners of State Institutions,

to lease and contract and conclude the contract, vesting

rights in the lessees that subsequent legislation cannot

effect during the continuance of the contract prior to the

delivery of the prisoners.

(3)- To protect the interest of the lessees and all

legal and reasonable provisions of the contract against the

iD)osition of prisoners not inclu.-Id. in these contracts

proper, such as minors under the age of sixteen and disabled

and decrepid prisoners, escapes &c..

(4)- To advise with your leasees and aid in the ::n~y.e

ment and contract of matters arising from time to time betw-

een the Commissioner of Agriculture and the lessees concernla

ing the maintenance .3uppi.lies, clothing sanitation plans and

specifications of stockades, the conduct of hospitals and

such other matters as may arise from time to time concerning

the r.:anrgement of the prisoners under such contract.


(5)- To conclude the conditions,covenants, agreements

and provisions of the contract between the Board of Cornmmis-

sioners of State Institutions and. the lessees and in the

m-n".ement of matters arising from tirie to time under the

provisions of said contract- the management of the prisoners,

the rules and regulations governing the care and maintenance

sanitation ,hours of labor, allowance of mrounts for escapes

.inors, the hospital population, the payment of chaplans,
1\r--..ician at the hospital and such other matters as may arise
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from time to time between the Bosr-o. of Commissioners of State

Institutions and in the settlement of matters concerning

escapes, minors hospital population quarterly payr:ient &c.-

(6)- To confer with the Supervisor of Convicts ,anri

Convict Camps in matters concerning complaints of an:. viola-

tion of the terms of lessees contracts from time to time as

necessity arises.

(7)- To prepare subtant lease for lessees to e::ecute for

sub lessees from time to time as ocassion may arise with view'

of protecting the lessees in the proper care and mrintrenance

by sub lessees the payment therefore as may be agreed upo::,

lease to become forfeited if not complied -vith, with cove-

nants of indeiniity in all cases of damage arising out of the

mang -iment of said lessees for which the lessees right become

liable and all costs and attorneys' fees arising thereunder.

(8)- To ir'ep.re bonds to secure the fulfilnent of con-

tracts entered into by sub lessees and for indemnity mention-

ed.

(10)- And to advise in all matters concerning the rights

and status of lessees between t.er:i--elves and the state author

-ities and between theis'lves'and sub-lessees.


(10)- And to advise in all eases arising in all suits of

lessees to be instituted by sub lessees under the provisions

of its contracts and the Board of Commisioners of State In-

stitutions Or between it and any of its sub-lessees, or any

suit instituted pg::inst said lessees by any sub lessee, or

sub le',-ses, or Board of Comnaisioners of State Instituions or

any suits on.behalf of any prisoner or their tegal represent-

ative for 0l---' -es or ciilins or -m.es for personal injuries

or othrvise-w- But the pro sional services intended to be

rendered under the provisions of this memoranda shall not em-

brace litigated cases. All litigated cases shall be subject

to special contract.


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short st -ary ,:- a : ,orti '_, of his *r :' d ."d in -, i. ..*
' tato '~... te, : ' hin l] read .nd ciic' 'R t r
ne ,rs. .
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Co.: ~ tte., r; p.c t.o cs ve :o0 or f :to;r ii vo yeu : ith
..c i or;... .tion no o .ct esire r 1f timo to t~.e
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If :-o. have not L-.roady in .-our valuable collection,

I vc.';1 1:;2 -cst t-at ;'ou ;ot ain editorial :bli,'.od It1n vt

il',orida. Ti:-s- unionn -- tat see !e to ,:o 'avoraYile to r.. ,al-

ia:'cro's candidac.--of Tece. ear 2, I .'0., wiheroi:i o' .-i.21

fin. this stato.l.ent:


"Out of a total i.,_ o:.tatio:, of 7,0"0,000 h ofd o c.t'lo
in 1901, '1.a c.drivec _roiz tCiLs cou.t:;- C out I,..'0,_30
iead, ::;.t of .7:iich cire :;. crted -c. Te:.:ad anc. lo-
ri-.a. At "hat ti:.ie -..h cdt.- i..; ..o:cd :' ,.on L- 0: ort.-
tions was *... a head; tT new t--cat-, ,. 'or- .i.ill
Sc,'raftcd, rovic-iod for a r :-ction of *.. c in
Sis ;ut:,, 7::.ich was, at :-.-An tor T.lic.fc-ro.s ::.3 o:.t-
ion, incre-.sc to 40 per ceot, at '. _ich i" -ure thie tar-
Iff now stands IT. the ".'"..n -c.i, rocity ':l13 ..ich has
u;nos d the -oCe, and -a'i,;:1: -i ,oi/ .-,..,i'-. in t.c "c.late"*


I fin, th-t dut: h," to ".. '.:*- onl :_on lbce. cu.t-

t e ':i ":in:. over' fiv. ., 'd ...:d, t it -

servo that to *.-ord I"l-. .t'.2e" does not c,.. 1tC.1", Dit n iulr

U few cattle ". ;-rerj with the otal.

-.c a'. c c in C...i. iifori c .a.. er .at ..

./..:,ust .., 1903, .-..t .Ic tot-l .rt ticn of cattle .:*:, as

fo2 o.:..:

In the year 1..00 ========== 2 ,:-4.
U 1" 01 ========= .- '' ,7.'.
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c iottl .n t'..- o ,.'c "" c 4,.* .

" t of t..is .1. e:. 75 c- cent -erC :1 irtc: ' ot.. c coun-

tri.c .", l t..t Z .o ,t 4 5 .rjc cent of the .;.. i.. ...

,'.::r cc;nt wore 1 :..rt.O1d *, .'- ..~".ri.'ca. In oIl'.:cr vo;.-ur 1, ~. r -













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orts of -hc '..to.-. .o"riro at 2inta .t jo:a, P ita 7.-sa and and .-

opi. o',ort less t .an 15,'::-0O heae. for the :--car _l01, of '_ich

c:att.e:: en osti ate one-fifth -.:-:re dutiable stock.

I an also a.'.vi::Cc t'at the co s '.ti;i of C Co-" ror

_i.!h ":.bi.nt in 1' / s 1J. "'. ... ds, :nd in 1..-02 43.07 -..uncos,

c.-id t.:at with a i mion of 1,. ?2,797 the 2,:1. of Ite t :.:f
--.,- co:r :0,000 well-to-do citizens, tle re_-.in or o-

1- in o ...c ..,it-,t-,o-n .ni T;c 2lt r..rin.; the yc,-..rS1 L -,



I .o. I. .ac.c to ,a.e you i.i.or.. e, as C2air-

.:,an of the ....-.. .v. Co -:Jittee, '~ it is that "en.tor TIu.li-'e.'ro

,, -ot ,cade ,o.:e e.'fort to h.-ve all ti-c c-.t:t -ta-:on off for

". .uit--'s sd:es a-:c1 as in the intcr:c:t cf the cattle, on

of 7lorida. 6)

I am also ;i.20-orie t: noti it'- t"..d .i; Ia-> atti-

vity 1 -. c t -.:: this rc,'ucti:n t, t he vo'.e.i c. L ....-t ,..

.-c:.t'' ---' in the '. .to. '-l" r ; iVi;'o 1me if is cCr-

rect.

I oJ'ld 1i:'.'. "'o '-:c.c .-ou :.c..vi me :.' t: '7 -.: ,:and

t h :v'e ;:".:-re "ci:.to': '..'.... L'.-'e ror 0 :,.'o t-8 c,,n l .: fo' .: to

.:r; .rz a .. c. r, '.t on for tie i .:--vo-.'. t of the St.

Jolns -i.:-c -:-- '. .:.; fo:- the t..-crc "i o t.t c:u.i...: as s en-


I -".' c L.... 0 :c leoa -'. t, : ave :-ou is with
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:rocr'.e. its JpaLcave -rantifn: .-oi- .O of ci.ht dol,-.r -or

.c-'t.h, each, to the survive' sol'.ier3 of the oe. iole In.iian

ar of I-r,,'- 7, and 'h wido-n of .ho ccacc. a2diers tere-

of, ;occ:.-:,."ad .. 1'.'02, -;Y'-ch jou state wa;s -.'ho -:.-j.;ct of -ona-

..or .a.i serro'a co,,.. ca.-e, LI(. -.ill result in the cistri-

"'Ab*in in 'lorida a.:.; 11 for Zo .u ..oeu.r0 Lt:i s Ol .-. ..ot

.'10',3000 fi:-,:a do 4't. t.... r ,;ith .hc .10' ,0-.0 e0ti':.-..to,

:.(.d you :;ill c.' a f.-.vor .r 'in .;."ln.; e ,,i.' h tf '. o r

O a .. '.. ; O:I 'O"TOL in a ..iti to tie I itnc,; to t'e

bill .:..J., for.

I would also t.'..':. you or the nzioer of ~' vate ,-

o_.1n ".1sl 3 -or ?lor J.i',.-.I. that he ,,: c' .-oi.'; t'_G as..'. ;e of, as

I can ol. r f..L-:d seven or c'.,- i

U :'.er t.o hc o tho '12 --id,. ro ..i .ir ou cn-

--- .. ,:',.-.or *:o the ,.u;,-n : A_ -_ of the c'.ele _:ation I :..

.-oc':'i.i; over *....,0).'OD~ whic.. i. :.co.ple ,f Il ri. a have

.cen ,:cno t.e'itt .e nvcr .,;7 c. ,ita, 71e good reo:."- *, ':. rnish

: ..th t1 '.r. of -the -.o' -Je and ruai -oa.i.. ..t ,;ill be on-
7....urs, .u2 lic
r, t'.. y 7 the t.. -.r. .riu.t.2'ns for ri' :-.n ,..'. r u- lic_

""1 -- :.n.n and light A .-.-.... ,.; .i wtt ,-" t the o..... 1

*n-:r r c.n ll -,c; :e.: Ittei. 0

Y u,,r rto,' .;.vi ,.' to i.^_ iZltU n ar 1l.,j, i.- inteo"i.ti.,;,

- ..t is :c .u l..tc in that it does not .onW that Senator 'al-

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.cda, bill olr c i..i.,.eL. th>c ount fro:.'. the c.. 'unt fiuCrd i:

.I-..co'tive .'oc' ..ont '68 of the f't I.on. :-ess 'Lich "r. PTasco

>4d rre.ared and o.. roved .ad ....e Scveral ;-,.vorabl~ re..orts

A
on a a: a.-,1ccr o:' '1-c :71a.. .:o. ..ittc o' the A:,.ate, and ^

trod-::ced a bill 7.":ich p.. .a;cd the ;'cnat in t..e O hL, ..nd,

.' rd, 54th and 65tC, Co. rcos' s, --ut fW.2.ed. in the "o' cc of



t '.-.:n -r:"om tt .c t.teme'-nt s"' rc. 0 'e...a .'.t co c.,' .- 3

onie dollar. I a ;',-t.cr .'-.o_:..c t_.t tU -.c- ..,: n -vor

, cen aimn composition to t'.-s ".--:1 in t..-.c c ..te, _. ti at tc

o' o.2-tion na-'.,rali:r arose in the :oi'.:,e o7 :.c" rcL-et!.tiv-s"or

the rrn. :on that it *7ao in its :i...t'rc ~n u. :ro. r'-:..ion It l. unid

:- propri.'l tions orL *.i:.iUt6 in A'-c onse.
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it 7as. :7 l .-...-irce to 1'c :.- :.t ...d .i t to i' c roa(... o

t i t.r.: rt']..e ad:dr-:;:;. It is conceded. I.t-- t I i is a boatu-

tif.. pi. :.. n 1 but t,.; --t ti.t i- A . L. o .o t

j:.:t now ,,; u .on which I '.. :,. ...: .-: li-ht, i; his c..,.-c cion

in o:". .'-erene to r's'.: .L. .." :d sow use these

-.i...a.-...--s: "I Qt ~'-,- Tor t ale election o ._ .'.-l'_.od "f-.;..:,: "'...:.,tors

S-- (':. ct ot the .le I ie .en .L:i.ous to k ow

-* h uses the ,:o:d "stood", ...-" '-... co..-.ld-;.:. thadt he Its ood"

C : : c '.- could not '.-- that :'.. : vot t-C' u ..:cL a .a ..:..':*c,

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S'been --:Ot to :'o ;: h .Lic. he favored* ..nd have lil"-

.a :i:e conl -."r':'. t at it was beV e : c-:2 l no, ;::." that -o

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I n. also in r. ,-" ::.. of a letter *aoed "Un'. .

s : nate, :.-;L ce': r 5, 1 -







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'- c-.. 1 ,-- on -. *..:,. :.* t.- i.j.:.l..::tion to the .
"..tc:3 Senate, s.n ... :1 o3bli, A? -n can f.: *-ic toiG
ti .e to to:ive it cosicdoration.
_If -: ties in the rnat, do not detain :e I
IT ': have the l ..- of .-i.u on at no distant
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a ..-l..te it, as I fQ ol re 0 t ;-o in .t:ence wo0'
"'.O' of :.",.-i' "i r. asnistance.
'.Jith h.1.-7 .'.. 2. and a -T urancC of cst ., to."


al "., "; o0h in apreciatedO *:.&.I'" I a: ,riti-.;; to ': ..tor

--. 1,- 'or a l.':ter of a 'oic r.* o'-ri1 c0 .2-. ';to than I
'-;,,.fv . ; to .-'to to ". -'_ ,,- o ..1ittee.

Aoj,,i y to he Ou h .:1 .- k .L.*: .'

:ou in advance for the :'..' .o o s o. o ht, i :-ou a
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.1 01 hetr ec, .. 'C L- 0o tile

onr e pi rt .ar S.Je Ai. u .- Ct' tr part.

S itnessetn, tr -, t the .---

e b l th --. pre .?! t -- le i e ..: let '..-.te tre s.."-^ ''S.

Je, .., : ert- i 1 lI.t n. e, a,, art,1 ,...ce an-1 premises

tnereor sjitt,.%t ,.ci, .-isi S t et whi-ch ho'.se is numibereia

1815, .I. .icre n..r+.,rl'l rly describe as 1ollcwo to-wit;

Bei,.. tj.it tr-i.k : ;.r:.-. or lot owne-.. by ---------

3it'.uate o-, tne Sc,:.t :-i.je or lot 2, block 33, Springrield

.. or ir .! to t- o:'T' J.J.*. lit ci sail Sp ring iela sJt urb

t, J .- ,, *i ',, '., .f j on Uairn Street, teing; a two story
-<-&-u
------- r oa i. use ; To nave an j to nIol .I tne

preiaise:i c.,i re dii lor tie sai-i lessee Irom the lbtti. day

oI' Decami-er 1)04 J'Or a term Oi one year then next ensuing,

en.li:,, Deje. n:er :'t] l'Ot, -subject to the provisions o0t

this le.ie yeil !
her neir .3 .. .-,..i,_t e s', 01 Six hu'in-.ireu. Dollars ,

payale Ji. .j ,v ,e Li. t!,e -'.,.n cr 40O. per month, payable on

tne Ilt. :, Y CI' LicJ, Ln. every i.ot.th rent for and during the

OCu y i t Jv L' I' N: S. t )..eIt la jtC

T, i K. .. om g B%.iler heater, one Bas range,

-- .. -. r. two iariroLe.s, the electrical an-i

i'f .i- .. *- T, , o i,, 11i ,e rei eu'e apfe

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I r ,- i. lt:-.t C t !:hat shoul.Y .

'. unpaia 'or thirty aays, alter

noti-. tni.t tj.n -i.uite kecnies tue antdl payable ,the lessor snall

be entitle.L to irtbrest -t the rate o01 Ten percent per annujm

oni the iak'lte'i pLr.dl >i rent.










It is also expressly run ier tuuQ. that the said premises

shall not be unlderlet or reaLte without the Les'or's

written consent to tb-e tr ar!t 'er of tinis- lease or such under-

letting.

On the expirationi o this:. lease the property is to be

given up in a.-> bo, oro.(.r in o.ll respects as it now is,

rea.Sonacle wear .t .A te 4r an1t :.i.a,5.e-rom 1 ire--a-a.4--her--

unavoi'adble cau 'se3, ieDteri.

Thel nfovilions 'nin I oovenants of this lease shall be

binain, u 'poti tziit heirs'. "Uwinistrators, Executors, andi

A3sini 01' the r.rtiea hereto.

I, vitnneai w'rereof the Parties have hereunto set their

n han-.Is ani jea.ls oi. t!is t-h 30th. Day of November A.D.1904.






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proved commercial condition which will obtain winen the said canal shall

have become an accomplished fact.

In accordance with the arrangements made for the said convention, I

have been requested to invite, and do hereby cordially invite, the Gover.-

nars of all the Southern States of the Union to attend the said conven-

tion, at Tampa on May 4th, 1904, and to appoint as delegates to said con-

ven'tion such number of citizens of their respective states as to them may

seem advisable; and I further invite, upon the same request, all commer-

cial bodies of the cities and states of the South to send such number of

representatives of their organizations as delegates to said convention as

they may consider desirable.

It is earnestly desired that every Southern State and all commercial

bodies of the South shall be well represented at the said convention, that

the most satisfactory results may be obtained. All communications and

names of all delegates appointed should be addressed to Hon. W. R. Fuller,

President Tampa Board of Trade, Tampa, Florida.

Yours very truly,


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ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. Dec. 30, 1904.

W U. Molcntosh, Jr.,

Sec';; of the Board 'of Trustees of the Internal Improve-

ment Fund of th,; State of Florida,

Tallahas:,ee, Florida.

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':ou.: letter of -jc -.'er : 2-th was received, enclosing a

cop; of an o:,..ract fi-or a r'-.,olution state-d to have boon adopted

b;, the o. i. r':.Ls' st_.; at a ..eti:- hcld. on Tove-.ber 21st, s .'t o ,

to t ... o 'Cct ttt:, the ,ecre .. of the ,id o-ir-. was i-str.ucted

to make a de..:t-.d upon the Camail Compi x.: for a deod. of recur-.,-ey-ance.

or 1 :.L s .1.'e -ore ded. ,J to said cl ". o..r in excess of '., .it it

was entitled t., and Js o cl". ;r o. the -_ conveyor" in '?. "J.

l .7Lr .:.-ci Septenbor .. -, I ;. 1; -. ?o. 1 ... .3, Dat.d T".'ch 13,

;1. _; d.ci. '. l l .'. c,. --'. . 1. ,1891; deed !o. 1 'CO0 dat. ,

October 5, 1. 1. cc!..- . daT- da' S : ... or 3, 1!^2; L.^ed : .2

15. d.L... ,: 1 .7, c..Toying a total acreage ., 9, 069.50.

(c-- 1, .:"-. south of ...... south nor-th- ond of Bis-

c...; :.e a., -1,, -o.olvinrg that u -o:: 2 ..luroe L' i- said Ca:.i- Con-

pL.L;'L to reconvey !..-o said 9 .'".'..50 acres of land aforesaif, -...t

suit bi: 1.....titu .. to recover the L_.'_:s or their equiValent.

The C .n.1 C-:, -.-.7 is not aware that an:: l-'d has been

cc-v,'.- L, to it in excess of what it was entiti.- to, or that a,.-r

land I-,a boon e.*.ocotely doc:J.Io to it, and your letter an..] the ex-

tract 'f.-on tihe resolution of said Trustees encloc:d t.erein do not

in .n st. to or 1 i.cate l,::. or .orerin the 7-',,'"ct-s now; claim

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.no infor nation of any such, or of any gro-'crds upon which it :.:- be

supposed tl..t ..n: lands have been conveo;,ed to it in excess of what

it was entitlJd to or e,. .oousl;J.

The coT--n.,r s *czsts that the resolution to institute suit

again;:t it, wii..,lut i-- notification or information to it as to

the -''.jud, or basis u the idea that lands[...v- been cLnv:: C to

it in 3::cos: of *.iat it is 0'_titl...L' to or,orrLi .ut cl and without

givin- it an opportunity; to "-.a.rd '.\ the "... .. upon the subject,

is at least pre:.at-.;v.

-ot being,aware of ..:::: such lands, as aforesaid, the

Cv.-. .;.: must ...ocli to o : such roconvo-: nce.

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7Dear Sir:-


Herevwith I encli.:e :'ii.,e:. of meetingg of

the SuLccriuers t,., tLe Ca. ital Stock o01 the Florida.

.J.i]k -~IL Trust Co:- .al.n Will :'ou be kind. enough to

LanL c'.O tt., Governcr Jennin s ':,hL, told ie this

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.inut Fi of the first meeting of the Subscribers to

the capital stock of the Florida Bank & Trullt Com,-any.


Pursuant to notice, the subscribers of the capital

stock of the '"lorida Bank & Trust Company met at ten A. I1.

November 9, 1904, at the office of P. F. Coachfman, 'sq., in the

Dyal-Upchurch Building, at the City of Jac&-sonville, Florida.

The : .tin i, .*..liatoly aitjourned to the Board of T7- ..ie rooms

in tho same-3 ity.

On motion of 'Mr, ~'. A- "cEachern, 'r, ,. coachman

was request '.J to act as chairman of the meeting and MTr. P. P.

Fleijin, Jr. was made secretary.

The chainraan re-. Vcall for the eatingg as follows:

('are insert eq:,- of call) O i

he3 sacret"-- calrld th ? o1l of subscribers to the

c-i' ital stock, he following' persons representing the number

of shares severally appearing after their names responded in

person or by .'roxy.

(Here i,.sart list of subscribers to the stock as present

in person where their names are ch cal'ed on the left. "ose with

a sal p to the left of their nanes were present by proxy and

shouldli be in srttJ.', )

The chairman stat d that it was desirable tc rell so-e

conclusion at this tieo as to the ao-i'nt of caj tal stock

the corporate on.

Tr A ic'7cachorn moved tat the chair appoint a

comoili t3a cf seven to report o the ie-1tincf thoe onnt of capital.

stock consider-.. advisable, I ?hi.ih notion was sec'(ne" by "'.

J. T. !4unoz.

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The meeting took an informal recess while the coIL..ittee

retired.

In five minutes the comsnittee returned. and reported

th rough the chairman, ".'. .. A. "'c-chern, that th.e had reached

the unanimous conclusion that the capital stock of the Plorida

,an Trust r'nripany should be cne million dollars ($1,000,000.)

and that the scaling, of the present subscriptions for stock

should be left to the officers of the corporation to be adjusted

b-. thern.

'Ir. C. F Po ers iyov.' that the report of the committee

be adopted. which was -seconde. by Mr. T. K. Taile. The question

was put by the chair and unanimously carried.

The s !cretary read the proprs'.d charter of the corpo-

ration as follows:

(HTre insert proposed charter .-ithoit the ac.-ndments

made at th, neting.)

Senator J. P. Taliaferro moved that the clause in

Article T of the pro[os:d charter, containing the wvc.rds "':.h3rev-

er necessary or cornvonient" be am.oended by'-striking out the word

"convenient" and substituting the *-:rd "'desi rle", so that the

clause should rea. "wherever necessary or desirable".

The motion was seconded by r(overnor :. ). J.rrinr-s.

The question was put by the chair and **"-'nimously carried.

r. T. A. "'c~, hern mCv:-.. that Article I of the pro-

posed charter be ane' i13J by changing the -.:axi. ,-'.: irt of di-

rectors from thirty as read to forty-five. ""-'ch motion was

seconded by -r. 1 v. Covington, The question was put by the

chair and unanimously carried.:

rfr. T. A. 'ic ~.hern moved that the charter as read

and amended be aridopted ari t ~at the officers thierein naned be

a-, c,,.L d +c t:. -I o:' t secret:"" -t -.; ns:['er n.a ,i ; f' ll i 'p the

c.; L'r b I.an' -s .v h' e i ',',, .. C r : 1., q'. ,i..iO .f"'' i Cer's oe

f-Irt .r .::'. '. i co -- ,/er i-,it. ,o -!n cesoary t o comiilete

tLh? fropios-: cha-ter a-.rn tc. tal.;t n lett.ers ratent f-r'r the corpo-

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questionwris putt by the chair anid it was iinardrnously. carried.

On mfotion f 0S enator J. P. Taliaferro, seconded by Tr,

P. !I. Covinfigton, the meeting. acijourned.















Jacksonville, Fla., Ucvember 1st, 1904,








Dear Sir:

It is with pleasure that I am ev:adled to advise you that the

capital stock for the proposed Charter of the FTL-IDA PAL1: AND TRUST

COMPANY has been subscribed, the amount of subscription having reached

upwards of one million and a quarter dollars.

The time has arrived when the essential features of the proposed

Charter, the amount of capital stock, and other matters pertaining to

the organization should be deter;::i..l up.o., therefore I have taken the

liberty to call a meeting of the subscribers, to the Preliminary Articles

of Association, to meet at my office at 10:00 A. M., p'ovember 9th, and

you are respectfully urged to be present.

Should you not find it convenient to be present you will find en-

closed a blank form of pro-.., which kindly execute and return, that your

subscription may be represented and your views expressed at this impor-

tant meeting.

Yours very truly,


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MINUTES,

of the first meeting of the Executive Committee.



Immediately following the adjournment of the first

meeting of the Board of Directors of the Florida Bank and Trust

Company held on this the 15th day of December, A. D. 1904, the

Executive Conmmtittee of the corporation assembled at the offices

of the company in the City of Jacksonville, Florida, at o'clock

on the said day,


WHEREUPON, the meeting was called to order by Mr.

W. F. Coachman, President, and its object stated.

Upon motion duly made and carried the following na
officers and employees not heretofore elected by the Board of

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To the Hon. Board of Trustees of the
Internal Improvement Fund,
Tallahassee, Florida.



Dear Sirs:-

Agreeably to Section 2249 of the Revised Statutes of the State of

Florida, I beg to advise you that the President and Directors of the

Florida Coast Line and Transportation Company, have fixed the rate of

tolls for the use of their canal between New River and Biscayne Bay as

follows:

For vessels up to 40 feet in length, 10 cents per foot.
between 40 and 70 feet, 15 "

79 ft and 120 feet, 20 "

t" 120 ft and 200 feet, 25 '

I wish to inform you that for the year 1903, the total measurements

of vessels using said Canal between New River and Biscayne Bay was 4528.5

lineal feet. The costs of constructing of said Canal between New River

and Biscayne Bay was $183,684.04 ,

I also beg to inform you that during the year 1903, the wages of

the toll keeper for seil Canal was -8.00 in excess of receipts from tolls.-

I mention these facts so you can see the above rate of tolls fixed by the

said President and Board of Directors are more than reasonable, and I ask

your Board to approve same agreeably to said Section of the Revised

Statutes.

S. Very respectully,




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Hon. W. A, Mac".'llliais,

Atty-atLaw,

St.Augusti ra, Yla:-

EPar Sir:-


Referrinr to yours of the 8th inst. I respnctf.f1ly ask that

you furnish a statement showing t)he nurib'r of boats or vessels of each

size that passed thronr'h the craal or over any part thereof rnd irfor~b

me wriether or rot any small boats used by settlers for conveying~ vepe-

tables, fish, &e., from one point to another on the canal are to be charge

the fill rate mentioned in your letter.


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Hon. W. M. McIntosh, Jr.,

Tallahassee, Florida.


Decal 3irs:-

Replying to your favor of April 15th, I enclose the information.

therein requested, also reports from toll keeper and vouchers for

Sanrtipaid by the Company. After using same kindly return, Awaiting

an early reply to my fav.r, I remain,
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PENSACOLA, FLA., April 30th 1904.
i ov. W.S.Jennings,

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Dear Sir:

Replying to your favor of the 28th., enclosing bill of Fulton
e godkin for advertising on the "News Gallery" I beg to say that as I
explained to you the only connection I have with them wax is the renting

of the space in which to operate their machine. When you told me of the

representations made to you by them, I went to ,r Fulton and told him
that the name of the News must not be used in connection with their work,
and that your advertisement must be out out which he assured me would

be done,and this is the first I have heard of it since. If he is running

your notice it is without my knowledge and in spite of what I have writ-
ten you that I told him. I will take the matter up with them and you can

write them that it has been referred to me.

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