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Group Title: Letterbooks, 1899-1909
Title: Letterbook (Personal): 1901 September-1903 April
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Finding Guide: A Guide to the William Sherman Jennings Papers
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Title: Letterbook (Personal): 1901 September-1903 April
Series Title: Letterbooks, 1899-1909
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Subject: Jennings, William Sherman, 1863-1920.
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Madison, Pta.
Bear M MNorrew:

I have intended writing yor for sometime, but it seem
that I am kept on the run all the time. We31 I am about ready to
have *F- house fixed that you and I were it' ..respondenoe about, so

70o cana ,,' tio -w or-k at ary r Tio n '..* a xJ riend I have all the 'onf!J
-,e'nce I I'.i. j.oali possilt1 .*-. #, 'i . so I am going to li aie ..,

to you beiSveing dat y'o w5l- d' the right thing. lix the blinds &
In-t at ywi said you had made an eanabsnt and that 18 00 would

do the wirk. Be suer and fix the pla~sa in the baok and the stove

flue in the Dining room. The banisters on the baok need repairing
badly. The flue on the inside of the Dining room has sunk down so
.S. i i:. fear .. ,"i have to put se.." nics :.:~- c.c on t:

'. '. the ' .r om to hold it ;,' When you put them on
y.. v-. .~*.v ":'--: ,- w :.as little as yeu possible .an. I wa*t the

plaoe put in ordWe and think that you said you and Mr Rowe had gone
sircugh it carefully and knew all that was nedede I want to have

it painted after yeo get this done, bt this will be a separate job,
as I thing I cOa have it done some cheaper that yo:a to do lt
T .yo t It done le me know and4 I will se.r, ."- a or ,

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SNa,. s, 1"1i.

Mr. A. S. Andmrson,

Older, Fla.

My dear Sir:
Th SuprNme Court decided the case of th. PFirst National Bank of
St. Augustine 's. Kirby and other friday of last week, and the mandate

1ill probably go down at the expiration of thrity days from the date of
the decision. I read over the decree, whic.I is very lengthy, belag
twlve paaes of typewritten matter bt niot beiOln fainiliar with the case,

nr your interest in It, I e' r:,.t ahie to give you a very clear or def-

initt imprmseon of te decree. I gathered from reading the decree that

the ilteresis of Middleton and Oliver are held to be entirely separate
from those 6" the bank; that Middleton and Oliver -laim that they pur-
chased the ltmber on the mill yard of the East Floria- tand and TPrduce

Co., while thi bank'A.claims extend to other property. Middleton ansa

Oliver are decreed 1J4iS on the lumber w sf the East Flerida Land and Pro-
duce Co. Burnidde is also decreed a lien on the lumber. It is ordered
jhat all taxes ordered paid by the Court below be affirmed. It is held

thMt the bank h a e.uperior lien for $1,000 and interests iuder. mert-
gage but &a to other property in the same mortgage, Middletan and

Oliver's rTghta are held to be superior to those of the bank. The appetit-

-nat of receivers is held te be improper and the decree of the lower















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Court as agai,..-t the baaac arid Middlet.o aria Oliver held to be vsearImes
asa is mofrvras T&he dties affrims a part and revreflm a part of the
decree bel*w and directs the Court beliw ti eatir a daecre in anoeltwrmee
bkrewi tH.
if y6It *tWat ilkt 1* have A epy. f tSI etir o*PItt*e^ Wiea1 Sle
asa I wi1 hUave the 1sefk 6t thi Staprl tftE aurt mtakE yeA E raMttItI


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Dec 3rd, 1801
Me.., :'s .e.. Reese ,

Live Oak, Pla, ..
Ge'r.ti + a P".;:

Your le-tter came to ha i-id on yesterday and I hastej: t .reply
I h\av ,' fr .,, :.iL. th:" tie '+hat W.idswo .'th was playing for tme and

see I am about r l-t. I saw- him in MadIlson a fey.v daMyS since and told

him I Wuiited to see him but aftnr tlh-t I Co171L ;not fin:.' l;i: anywhere

He was drinking and so3med to b'-i havint) fin T'- tune, Now you are on

the grounds and know better hojv to manage it than I do. T think though

every day that ymo delay the oows are gattirn; poorer all the time. arnd

lose valuable. Yon might enquirer about the horse well for I feL ho

h'sr: qre something. with him If he ha; i.sst let him kno you atr.- going

to tackle hTm oriminailly for I mean to -a--: i.iy' :mony if 'ou .see iy.

W'y. to g t It He has aotS:.t jj't l2i.-' I th:.u .ht he wFas t -'i., to

do so so t'e o'iey the mit G qui' lckest w.Vay -o can, V I arf ; i'

to ha v the uows I want to ; ov, it so that I can get them hmcrnc on ot'

pasti'e, v a I hear th4e'y are In bad fix, I wiu; much prft'r j-.:irir

the money if you can, possibly get it. Do the best you eah for me

in the premwisesao

vrurs t'uly,
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The S "'. :,-e-:r Co,

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Gentle mien


I have the honor +tn.nclo* yo c lheek for etventeen / Fi/o

?o_:,, rs to :P" last uill or-er-, i:.-- you, Please s ..2 reer+ .

Pl ; e ,:::i m.e -,, Y~t'r-. express + *e follu i -, g- n ,, ,--.

One (1) No TI", B-r-' 'T.-y~ ~ r *-- 'r--~ e, P. 440 t of :0* ,

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The S. F. )', *.rs CO,

New Ycr
,3 c..tlemen:

P! ;'--. include in the o'.,.dr Ithat. I sent you this morn';:.;,

the fo!!o0w ing,

One (1). {1:3 Silver watch (Huntinc-) Par-e o" of 902 ,Cat logue.

n:- (i)# 11152 Rolled plate aest ohain P:D-- ?.7 :-. 190 Cat'

P?"..e tryV and t'rt this order off wit; the ?.nc sent In this ,.,iE. .1r:;.

Yours very trul ',



Private Secretary,
Mr. B o

Also include in r"dr One (1) No 2~'7 En.-; ~s&.,-- Gold lined Cup

'ith the nare r' ":.:" nicely -:.raved on it. This is for the Cov

er n.. -'"-'tlo boy, so ::iL- 1,J see that the :ra:~:.i is ni 7 -1 ..'..'

Par- 448 of 1902 Catalogue. The set of 12 pi'Fee.- o:rder- this morn'-.-

was .mT'thed e.-,'..--.t- the Black seal leather li fo'-- ase to

.- with it,


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Dec 16th, 1901.


The 6. F t -
New York, .. a

Gentler.en:

Enclosed you .illl please find P. 0. Money order for EiPcht

". C-,/ 2G00 olla.rs,forv wtiorY you will ease serr the following per

first express.

f:ne (i) only 'o jlo69 Ch'atal ine Purse. ia.e 6r of 6 Lf2, C at'

Cnd ) 183 i ra Niokel plated Cha-I'r:p Dishes. Pate 449 of

1902 Qatalogue.

Please hurry these off at once as the: are for Christ-

?-an preser 9.

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Dec 16t,, 1901,

'r. F. L. Reese,

Lire 0.,- Fla.

Friend Reese:

Doubtless you are an~d have seeded tired of my letters for

sometime, but I an a little worried at the way things are progressing

and cannot help but tr'ings ought to have been.pushed some more than

the-' have regarding the iadsworth matter.

I wrote you last Funiday one wee: hao that he had dispoRei

of the wagon and thought that he had the horse, and to take action be-

hitdhe, Wadsworth, was then packed to leave. It appears to me Rseae

?t i-.t tis act of his is enough to Thave you start suit for dispoEinrg of

;nortJLged property. Aside from this, it seems to me that in the length

of time that you have held the account that you ought to have been

able to aso. :. : i : 'a .:.-. -.' . ` oe

session. If. not, it looks as if I ou,'r-Tt to 'ha;- "j.;r :. -: art

the suit ori'irally arrinst him w-iob would hae forced the payment.

1 fear that you have had so mar.y more cases that seem to be of

heaterr importance that you have neglected mine to a .e'tain extent.

Now Reese T write this to you personally for I have always liked you

and th.ff :'. :'' 1 1 r. Vthait you w ap' ?t y -"r pds, that would

.a 1 '7 : ". '3 hope

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No 2.
first of
money the nex mnnth to pay the mortrFi.e off of our pl.antation.
I hope that you will give this matter your Drrson attention r.r plusB
it in the :roannrr you think: most practicable, !-e has acted th-,e -rasoal
with me au- I rant t'1e moeay. Please don't re.ay,


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De,. 20,1001.
Pev. L. G. Geiger,

Apopk.e, Fla.

Dear vnrther Ge. er:

I am just in receipt of your letter in reference to Prnther ,ahnn

and i-r. -pleased to state that he :add- a very favorable !mpression'while

h-!o1- C',Riday. I think.-that the entire con imeaton wperP .rpecIlly

rplea.-rel with him an.; the splP.nid ernr-s he :re':.ed both n.nr:.1, and1

eve rii.*

7 replizo that" he t.s a hT". p~ iced man aL have uidqrsr~Cnd'that

Ptrrther rparkrman aid rs. King will raise his salry in Ar:-,1.a l efor

t+,ey ,"'mAl0 have him leave, but he seems to ef interested in the work

h-re aid .it is my opinion that he V.'w01;lr do gnn work here. I doubt if

the congregation will be able -to sufficiently supplement the allowance

of 1400 made by the Convention for salary to 'P:'r him what he would be

entitled to, From infonrmarion I have, I think so50 would be all that

could be expected of thd membership'h3re which would be O900 and this

withiEt a parsonage w rld not be equivalent to what he is now receiving.

I uei eve..th.-t the church will eaiL him i-f'they .have any encouragement

at ali thereh will accept.

With best wishes for yourself and family in which Mrs. Jen ,iinge

joins, I ,s,

7ours, ve+-7 -'r:, .


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The News Registers.,
Brooksv F., Tlaa
1 have +the honor to enolese you,

herewith, my check on the Leesburt & Gouity State T.'ank, Leesburg, F14

for One & No/loo Dollars, which is in payment for one years subscript-

ion to your paper.
Kindly send receipt for same, anadoblige,
Your very truly,




Dec 20th,1901.



The Brooksville Star,
Brooksville, Fla.

1 have the honor to enclose '

you, herewith, my check on the Leesburg &! County State Bank, Leesburg,

Fla., for One & No/loo Dollars, which is in payment for Qne.years be:':

scription to your paper.

Kindly acknowledge receipt of same, and oblige,
Yours very' truly,




Dec 20th,1901.
T

The Florida Index,

Lake City, Fla.

1 have the honor to enclose you
herewith my.check on the Leesburg & County State Bank, Leesburg, Flori

a. for 0 ...... .- or
subsor iio



vry truly,


'MW AW*PWW






The Bradford Coio;ty Teleg.r '.h,

Starke, Pla.

1 have the honor to enolb-s
you, he-ewijth, my cheok on the Leesburg & County State Bank, Leesburg,

Fla.,for Oe & No/loe Dollars, which is in payment for one years sub-

scription to y.ur paper.

Kindly acknowledge receipt of same, and oblige,

Yours very truly,






Dec 20th,1901.

The Ocala Earner,

Ocala, Fla.

I have the honor to enclose ya, ]hr:t. lth,
my cl.ck: oz the Leesburg & County. State B~nk, Leesburg, Fla,, for One

& No/loo Dollars, which is in payment for one years subscription to

your paper.

Kindly acknowledge reoilet of same, and oblige,

Yours very truly,





Dec 20th, 1901
Citrus Countw. Chroniole,


Inverness, FlP.

T have the honor to enclose you
herew it- ,,rrI ih- tr +-.hF r ,.r ,R nti <^ ,;s, e ,r. FL.

for Or;. .

to youg tn,

Peis.d acknowledge receipt of sam., and alie,

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The Mayo Free Press,

Ma:o Q PIaa
i have the honor t.o nclose you hdre-

with, oheok .. '... .... i:C Stat :.r-nk, Leae burg, Fla.,
.rs b-n N i./,C l -L..s~:.'u, wh' n~h .l in full iay"ment for one years sub-

siristion to your paper.
Kindly acknowledge receipt of same, and oolige,
Yours very truly,




Dec 20tn,910l.



The Perry Herald,
Perry, Fla,
1 have the honor to enclose you herewlth

my heck on the Leesburg & County State Bank, Leesburg, Florida., for

One & ro/loo Dollars, which is in full payment for one years subsorip.

ion to yur paper.

Kindly acknowledge receipt of same, and oblige,
Yours very truly,


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Dec 20th, 101



The Lakeland Sun,
Lakeland, Fla.
1 have the honor to enclose you, here-

-:ith, my check on the Leesburg & County State Bank, Leesburg, Flort-
,-. ;' ne & No/loo Dollars, which is in payment for one years sub-





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DeSato Couty News,

read la, Fla.

1 ha'-.a the honor to a r-lO .,, re-

with, my oheok on the Leesburg A: County Srate banK, LeesbuLrg, Fla.

for One & TO/leo Dollars, which is in full payment for une aears sub-

scription to your paper.

Kindly acknowledge receipt of same, and oblige,
Yours very truly,




Dec 20th, 1901.


The Sumtervill Tires,

Sumterville, Fla.

I have the honor to anolose
you, herewith, my check cn the Leesburg & County State Eank, Leesabrg,

71a.,tor One & N1/l o Dollars, which is in payment for one years sub-

soription to your paper.

Kindly acknowledge receipt of same,ana oblige,

Yo rB very truly,



Dec 20th,1901.


The aiiu;vtto News,

ralmetto, Fla.

1 have the honor to enclose you here-
with, my check on the Leesburg & County State Bank, LeesuLtrg, Fla.,

for o .. ....... i.. one yz sars stbscript-




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Colunlmia Pourty Citizen,

Lake City, Flh.

I have the honor to enclose you
my cheek s::: th LTeesburr and County State Pank, Leesburg Fla., for

Or. a.nd ... D:;', "", c;.vyment for your .;ar for one year.

indly acknowledge receipt of same, and oblige,

Yours very truly,





Pec 20th,1901.



The T rrna Herald,
'Tam.p, 'Fla.

I have the honor to enclose you my check

on the Leesburg & County t.tate Bank, Leesburg, Florida., for Wour &

No/leo Pollars, which is to pay for one years subscription for your

paper.

Pleare acknowledge receipt of same and oblige,
Yours very truly,





Dec 20th, 1301






SI have the honor to ncolose you
herewith, my cheok on the L.e ure & County State pnk, Leshurg,

- '. :...o Dollars, which is in full payment for one years sub-



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Pfteattet iabeniane Floiety
*t"Annaoh Ga.

My dear Sir:


I .-' the hur f nor f the 25th nst, which came n m,, a .ne .

lappointe n H. Cay Cafon Mondycr March o1' th, I n you reference
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:o over t matter fuUlly ""1th you,

With best wiqhess 2 am*
Yours very tyruldy,
/foveor.


Jan. 350 1902.



ion. C

Euiitervil e* Fla,

3psat S 1r:

I i-ave :-arwv f-i\r of 't.o 2P5th tnst,, hillch came In mX-ab' asncbe aid

the saaxL4 bac tiean Q"94efdlly noted. As -nu have doubtless observed, I

appointed 30Fl H. Clay Craw'ford Secretary of State. I note you reference

to the Staste Attorneyashtp and do not think tbsat you nhouAd be dis-

1cia" shwri3.cd o ld the matter be left to the general primary. I shall be

jl.eaeqk to ee y"u bifO!e the aeneFRl primary election ts called and

'oo overy thf, matter ftilly -I1th 5?ou,

With beat wiqhes, I am,
Tours very truly,


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May 1 t,,1902o


Hr. H. L. -cirfeth,

Leeasburg, F7 a,
Lear eir:

I have the honor :.. inclosej youx, herewith, check on the
La,;iur mc- and Cr.urty State BEPk, Leeebur,, Florida.. for Fifty dollar&,

whieh please acknowledge receipt of same, and oblige,

Yours very truly,















May 1st, 9gW0.


Dr. J., Co L'r:.gle,

Jef' sonville, Fla.


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Hon. D. U. Fletcher,

Jacksonville, Fla.
Thanks far University letter. I agree wi, ':.', views fully and urre that co,-3se.


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Tallahassee, June 2nd, 1902.

Dr. Fi. Forbes,

Rochester, N. Y.
Fletcher has written me concerning University matters. VWe advise that i-.r hold the

fort and we are with you to the end. Regards to yourself ad family.

W. S. Jennings.


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June 8, 19.i.


Br3. J I Prbea
Rochester, N. V,
My dear Sir:-
I am just in receipt of a letter from Hen. D, UI Bletcher, one of
the Trustees of Stetson University, In reference to matters in connec-
tion with the vacation tendered you and his views on the subject that
leads up to this ams proffer for ytu &6 have a year's vacation.

oe writes that there are influences at worg that are not qsatis-
taetory to him and I write to say that i agree with his views as expresri&
in his letter fully all of which Z understand you are advised of,

having had a contfrenee with him and I have t4aJke the liberty of sending
you 4 telegram this morning which expresses my determination in this
matterl
I J, oppn. '.d to aZn promotion of Dr. Poster or his being retained
' in the faculty or in the employ of Stetson Univeiaity. I am strongly

in favar of your retaining your position and decln.l.ii to accept the
proffer of a year's vacation and that eou stand your ground va4 coe-o
tinue the good work of building up one of the very best Universities
1 th48 country.
X write hurri .d'ly to give you my views aqn the : :i.'., to con.:. rm
my telegeri ard *<+ *..* ** **cu t.a.' ,' 1t a' o t ye2tlcng to
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and family and My fll confidence in you and your work. I pan only

prov Ity further good-will by sustaining pur good work? which I Btaad

ready &ae determined to do,

With i surances of high regard for yourself, Mrs. Forbes and the

Children, In which Wlre. Jennlnge joins, I aa,

Yours very truly,






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June 24, 1902.


Mr. Williamn 'egley,

c/o Hon. C. EH. assenplug,

Lewtsburg, Pa.

Dear Sir:-

I wrrte to 'our attorneys 1:esrs. Coogler & Son of Brooksville
some days ago in reference to the suit recently decided in the Supreme

Court in your favor agarinAs e, 'reve-3sng the opinion of the lo,'vet

Court that was tn fivnr of me against you, stating that vrithnnt wa.v in

any rights or Cdlsccussin. the merits or defences of the case t would

ante*tain a, proposittoi t amntueal adjustment

I am now in recAipt of a letter from stating that -on wanted the
total principal, interest, attorneys' fees and Court poats, all of

Shich I did not dotbt, but as I do not think you are justly entitled

thereto unde- the circumstances of the lose of the grove, etc, as

formerly stated and being iesiro-s 'l-f wanting to do "hhat is reason-

able and fair in the premises, I have decided to imn e you an offer

of f600 for a full and final settlement and receipt without further

delay or litigation and am writing Mr. tHassenplug to this effect.

Other-ase I shall ,-n the niatter nver to my attorney and let It take

its course

Yours truly,

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June 24, (1902.



Ho. H :assenplug
Lewburg, Pal
My dear sir:-
SORe weeks go the Supreae Court reversed the decision in case
of Wlliam Fegley against me, the facts, etc. of which you are familiar
with. I am not in a position and am less inclined to give the matter
of IftiCafIon further attention and without discussing the merits and
defences of the case anLd In OrdeT to show a. wlllgnedSs to do what Is
reasonable and fair in the premises I write th say that I will send
you~my a heck fbO 6# 00 for a full and final settlement Of thennote and
interest. Otherwise, 1 sall take-p the question of a new trial
and let the matter go into the hands of our attarneyp agaia. I as
eae-)p#1lg bheewith a formal proposlttoa of Settlesme to Mr. Pegley
vw~ie you mIay present to him
Yours truly,

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July 4 th, 1902.


Hon. Awrtbhr -T. Williams,
Jacksonville, Tla.

Dear sirt

I have the honor to acknowledge the receipt of yoar favor of 1st inst,

in reply to my enquiry relative to your executing the deed to Taylor county lands

to C~aeon and associates in case Trustees negotiate sal* with them at price named

*250.000.00, less proportinate price per acre for lands deeded to settlers, and beg

to advise you that I handed the letter to M r, Colsonin presence of Trustees, and he

declined and refused to pay you $10,O000.0 8a compensation for service rendered

in connection therewith or any other sum.

I have the Ir.-,or also, to acknowl,:.1ge the receipt of your favor of lit

Inst, in further :rersnc:- to same subject, in which you write that you will expect

Trustees to cary out their agreement with you as per letter of January 30th, 1902

and aubaequent negotiations, and beg to advise you that this letter and subject

matter referred to was presented to Trustees and carefully nd fidly considered by

theq with result that Trustees recognize that you have rendered valuable service in

L:.i behalf and W ihey feel favorably Inolid to deal .fairly with you and have re-

quired that $15,000.00 be paid you by purchaser, provided, the negotiations now

pending are concluded. I enclose copy of resolution which explains itself, which

will be adopted If nigotiatica stated are concluded.

Yours truly,




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Mr. R. Boven baniel,

Jacksonville, Flerida.

Dear sir:

I beg to enclose you herewith, my. check No. 98, on the Leesburg county

State Bank, Leesburg, Fla., for Tweity nine & 90/LOO dollars,to pay premium on

Policy No. 987.995, due on the 7th inst. Please send receipt for same and

oblige,

Yours truly~


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Aug 2nd, 1902,


Hon. T. T. Stockton,

Jacksonville, Fla.

Dear sir:.

I leave this afternoon for California to be gone four or five weeks,

and while away thought I would like to have the news of Florida, consequently

you will please have the daily Times-Unioi & Citian mailed to me at the felio

ing points, to-wit:

San Francisco 0/0 Palace Hotel until August 8th.

Salt Lake City C/O Cullen Hotel until August 13th,

WAinut Hill, I'U, until September 1st,

Altar the lest date mentioned continue to send it to Tallahasea, ,fl.

With best wishes I am,
Yours very truly,





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Aug 1st, 1902.


Mr. C. A. Hilliard,

Rural, Fla.

Dear siz:

I have tlhhonor to acknowledge the receipt of your leiLer of ,,' 23/t

jL July, ..-ci:l m v'hP.t I will take for t.,e 20 acres of land near the dwelling

of Mrs. Rylas. In reply 1 beg to sa, h..fL you can have it for 100.00. Let

me know at once what you intend doing about it.

Yours very truly,






Hor. W. WV. 6oachmanv,

Jacksonville, Fla.

Mear sir:

I have the honor to transmit you, herewith, note froa B. E. E. bia st

Itin, f Three hundred dollars bearing four por cot intrswt. You will fid

the same duly transferred. Please send me your ohaoek payable to U .S. Dickinson

for this amount. I will then deposit it in Bank here and give him my individual

cher.k. Yce:.: uen.erstLand all.

Yours truly,

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Aug 6th, 1902.


The Madison County State Bank,

'Madison, Florida.

Gen tlemen:

I enclose you herewith, check on the The Western National Bank, N. Y.

No. 715, for Three hundred dollars, which please pas:; to the account of M. S.

Dickinson. Kindly acknowledge receipt o, sade.

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