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Group Title: Correspondence, Business and Legal Papers
Title: Correspondence, Business and Legal Papers: July, 1906
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Finding Guide: A Guide to the Napoleon Bonaparte Broward Papers
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Title: Correspondence, Business and Legal Papers: July, 1906
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GovP. N'. P. Broward, of Florida. one|
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policy horders' committee. whiich has
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ilato:
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b- forthepmibs, and thle Repuvblicanj
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DOnMhERClIAL, W7EDNESi~DAY, JULYU 11, 1906



'""o't Tales Tersely Told of the Men of the Hlour


16 eVer
ter how
confine-
not con-
.ed men;
mto pa~-
are they
puirpowe.
Insf~orm-
,rings o~f
ad oth.r
iminated
leir own
Punish.
v foolish
law re-

eform if
rep~rieve
sn could
ver ex-
tefam-
rande-
b f so-
enacted
nt ~t

not as a
reprieve.


Repujb-

sful, de-
artion,
it cer-
reident
sed, on
tion as
aind in-
said:
happen
la work
stlarge,
anthe
pr per y

of' those
.:oasarity
tInuan.:<

Tilit.1nt
psrty
:tpres.
ce B:-
ro~b-
3.:*rtl--
1.-.. lelt
Federal
Search
hearth
9, aid
,like




Or
Ihtting
s34 1
g'uard
to the
emna-


one of his fiercest shafts was hurled gt p eriod of the gold fever in that, far off
skating rinks. The church was crow~ded section of the world. H-e w~as eighteen
by the townspeople, and by degrees he years of age then, wRent out from Lan-
began to receive requests to preach cashire in the steerage, "filled with a
against this, that or the other evil, real' or vision of gold and of the then;lcht that all
imaginary, which some resident of Batjh the problems plaguing England's poor
thought especially reprehensible, Icould be solved in the southern seas."
I~t hapDened that at Bath at the time IThis phrase is WFard's -too. In' physiqlue
wa.s a popular Universalist minister, an giant, a mechlanical engineer, who knew
whose salary, added to the income his the blacksmith's trade, blunt like all the
clever wife. derived as a public elocution- men of Lancashire, happy, hilarious, "re-
ists and reciter, enabled them to live in mlinding you- of a big engine even to the
good style. This divine "sported" a fur- end of his life," he tried his luck in the
lined ove~rcoa~t, wore gloves from NIew diggings back of Olelbourne. But to no
York, had several cravats and was in the purpose save the stiffening Zif his indom-
babit of keeping a "shine". on his boots, itable resolution to rise in the world.
This was sufficient proof of worldliness H3is wanderlust led him to ~New Zea-
in the eyles of some of Day's parishioners; Iland--the land of the Maoris, of the pink
b~ut there was other. The Universatist and white terraces, of the primativ~e sav
preacher 'owned a fast borse, and be did lagery of the "race. Forests, -untraversed
not hesitate to give the dust to any wastes, great rivers be found there to bar
"plug" in town or to have a "brush" lhis advance, to alarm his soul, to wear
with any lively piece of hdrseflesh-in the Iout his Garguantuan strength. But he
neighborhood, n.-, matter by whomn driven. Soared over obstacles like an eagle, leaped
The situation ,r'lar developed when, clad thlem like a greyhound, blew them into
in fur-lined coat and polished boots, he Ifragments., by the dynamite of his will.
raced, with the principal isaloon keeper IYou should hear W~ard describe the thing
was very gr~ave:. *. wonderful story, which none but a
SDay's leading mpn called upon him, Niew Zealander could tell.
suggested that this spectacle of clerical Finally Seddon opened a miner's drink-
recklesisness was demoralizing and asked ing saloon, the nearest thing to a hotel in
him to preach against it. HEe said be | all the region. Here it was he began to
woulld do so next Sul,,nda: the oburch learn of men in a sociological way, to un-
couldn't hold the crwds, a nd Bath was lderstand types, to see how this, that and
in an uproar, the other should be handled,~ and .to gain
Hlis text was chosen to enforce the some, knowledge of the laws that apply
lesson of setting a good example. Not a to the democracy anywhere and Yevery-
wford was uttered .concerning the Uni- whlege. Some such shack, doubtless, it
versalist preacher and his fast horse, un- t ras, as the Forty-N'iners. knew-and the
til the orator closed the ~Book. Then, western American gold hunters of later
ire~ppngr to the side of the pulpit desk, date: some structure far inferior to the
D;1y 'i~i: "gin-mills" of the Klondike annd. Anltnk
SBl rbran. I have been apked to de- settlements.
nounce th~e Uhli~t of horse racing~ In gTen- In rlls environment be conceived the
.eratl and particularly the prac~tile of a thollcht of pec~l;ital lendership: he would
wcell known rtergyman of Ennh I have be a "boss." Thle term had no~t been ap-
preached my il-rmiln. I wish now to add plied in itate-crAft then, but' the ilea was
that I amn orry my own_ people can not working fast, even in New Z&ealalnd in the
afford to i.ive me a fur-llnine -w\erralnt and early ievelnti~e In 18379 he found -him-
'a fast horse. IMy clerical rentemnplrnry I-self a member ntf the New Zealind p.*r-
and fellow citizen is luckier in thiat re- Tlinment Twrenty-;Pven yea;rs a~fterw~ard,
aspect thatr I am. Buit, brethlren, if yr'u in dile sixt-rilrt rier nf his age, he died
crer make u~p youlr minods thait I risarr.= n Ipremicr ..f the cojlio.ntater havrigF hbil
fur-linnrl .-recent~ andl a fast he~ree and lever pow4t of power in its government.
c;ive thrm to~ me,? I p~romi; e 7.:*u rhot I'll Newf Y.-rk friendj s atuke Sir Joseph
lay for the? Univerialistt mlinister and hij T'ard If the economic thearles of Seddern
fleet stcell at the eafrliest opportunity and had., nm the wi.-.le, maorkepdl wll in N~ew
do, my parn at andl Eslemn best to Siv-e Zenloud. Thp new premier hzsitated b!-
hirui thle biggest beating be ever had in his folre replrinc. "Yes. I think so. In our
lie"countr? wre bare riealized a cril.d deal o-f
0nireb S~ir []..~~.nles Mo~lr? w~r.re in 1,14
Nojt the least plpenonn me~mor certnin '"UF..pit' in 1.111.. 31.-.re wntn to Onie
pnew Y.:.rk-ri re~taiu of Sir Josep~h G~eorge bir7mldemann Trower HIll I'\e wonrlered
11ilrd: the New Zcaland premierr eu~cced- often if the thati~ries of ijPm l humnn can~..1-
Ing the inmientcd Sir Richard John Se.1- tionn he- concei-ed in his imagina-ry is-
dnn, is the mem..ry of w-hat be told them Innd in the wrorldd of 'Nowhlerc' bodln't as
ol" that remarkable man, whose inst pub- much tn doj with his execution as did
lic speech was cancernlng the United King HAl's worry about the Anne Dolern
C'tates, whosert Inl ast itten messnger was, renln~i.:nti;n n,:r. If J>[are codnd ha\e
"I am leaving tonigit for God's own Iro-me toj 1ellingtonn, he wouldl~ have seen
eniintrr" and w~hose finnd w..rd. as he lay COmpullldor arbitmrntin, old-nge pensio~ns,
SdymgS in the arms of his wife at- sea, was sholirt Ililurss for shop assistants. female
".Mothler qnffrose. AlI those t1.ingBS we bare be-
Waord~ wa~ greatly dep~ressed by the an- cause of Sp.1.10n. and Se~dden go lus best
nrl~-r!ur~.co u: Seddern'sl ~ dieath, through it i*prto rmSrTon [r.
brougeht pre rent to hims~elf. H4 told! I 1 no~t thatr An impyresting revelation to
his Amerienri hosts herrrt that Sedrll:ln wasr the American Democrary?' Seddorn usedr
one of Brlitai's gPreatSt emlplre buiblere. to call hi4 rl-'rs, take a copyS of "Utopin"
anil that n.. other u~nn in a11 hier An ltr~s- in ha~nd and eao*For an hour's reading' Or
losion d?min~ons had so marked a pprsoni- Irsst to a point qu the wild coast where
ality-. "He was a dreamer," said SIr J...- Tasman landed in 71:-V and where Cap-
spth, "~hdt many of hisr wildest dream. < tain Cook set the pion Per's foot in 17:70.
came trl by dict of hris patience andl Sortionr .mdad :L-> nearest-a~pproach to
roll en "o.uil~ t S~ te7 "Utopia"' the world will know for many
.Redde ntt urai I.'-h reenturian. R


Do you see that powerful looking ani-
mal--tall, lithe, dark almost` as a Semi-
nole, w~ith the straigIht hair plastered over
a mas~sive skull, and a big, heavy som-
brero mustache drooping over his full, but
tightly drawn lips and hiding their ex-
pression? That is not a N~orth American
Indian. That's Napoleon B. Bro~ard,
the "Cracker" governor, of Florida, anld a
member of the International Policy-hold-
ers' C:mmith~r-!. .noF in session at the
Waldorf-Astoria. He's all ngh-lt when
you knIow him( but you've got to know
bim Sirst.
Mrr. Browrard is on the right side of
fifty--a mass of steel nerves and muscles
inherited from the days when he was a
rivermann" mn Filorida and' when in all
-the wIild business of logging and lighlter-
ing: in that land of palms and turtles there
was none wfho could givre him points in
his trade. In New. York today are men
who recall ~the picturesque figure he used
to be w~hen he managed the saw mill and
cut firewfood for the wPOrldC outside.
' From. sawv mill to governor's chair, and
all in a for swift years. The ascent
would not be possible except to a man of
th-- ruggedest type of physique, -o~f the
ruggedest type of morals. But Broward
is just of that tribe. His bonesty. 18l--
his sturdiness, was a proverb in Duval
County long before his fellow citizens
decided be w~as about the sizq and sort
they needed as sheriff.
MrT. BrowRard wfas not around when
they. gave out book learning. "Fair sci-
ence smiled not on his humble b~irthl."
But some ministering spirit endowed him
with an unusual ble Pir.Ei of common
sense, "horse sense,"' political ".r..
isll; "; and, when the two factions ..f~ tle
Florida Democracy-, the pro-corporation
land the .Inri-...rp..llr;ticr factions, .were
about to face one another under the new
prnronrr law, it wais to Broward that the
..nent="lli of the Flagler phalanx turned.
for n leader. Re- hesitated: had no ambi.
;-J~n fr~r high office, he r sl aiind, and no
quallitticnc.They woulti nolr listen.
**0,. in. Br..m~ird: .10.1 will sweeIp tie
p~nirimrie ::nd then thet tate Ta.1.1v
he ic go~vernor, .r;n.:--lrally .Ine If the? best n
Fl,-rida bns kinn-.n. A~nd ~th moS'nges
and rtate papersl are hiim, nnt anntherP.<.
Y?u 1a'40t arlwars tell. Sou lee, w~hat a
mmu -iill do if his father names him


One of the lifel..ng friends o~f James
g,..s.:or Day, IChancellhir of Syr'rsuse I'ni-
ve~rsitv., whor think< that doughity thenlo-
cin.in tenrbr, and administrators has breen
blamed too se~verely, pedlinps, for rthe at
litudie he hos nlnptedl t.-.wardl the federal
Frr'-rnment'a ''mid upon thec corpora-
te~ns." tells n sto)ry of him that Jnoh D).
Archbold w~ill not thinke la.:king in rthe
cha~ra.:-teristic Day notle.
Dr. Day, as evryrbn'dy know*,o began
h14 .,. as;C .1 1 Aleth.~di~t itinerant, w\ith I
hiF --r ncsignocent at Bath. 31nine. He /
was youngn, bernrtlv. enthlsilaterle, hig-
doe~sted, big-male~-.1, big-~rained, writh a
slight tendency to, big-hacnrd .ness--as Dr
Bulckhir, clitert of thle ch'rlctian Advlo-
rnte, would probably sor. But ibnt is
no thler Pt.:ry. Day felt tmr neet
upon him to live up! to dier letter anrdsPPirit
of the Mlethodist discipline--the code of
thz done~m natilon.
.,B.ne..began hisr Bnth minlist~r* with a so-
w~hich he can. a.a jniusePmotrs
wholer' rn7-uearkedi harm on the
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insurance ccmpa~ny thalt Is deignelF d to nlot implroVe the standing g of' the pihysi1cian this information.
S1..- fillet hin by th.~. .Iri1-11111.. Phycsiician is with an ;in-lar. IIs.. companyJ and certainly A doctor should realize that it is to his
D u~t there for a -1.--- It.. I...i----, aqd w~\hile do n~ot nol.; rlh claimuan~t in g~et~tinga the own advantage to properly complete these
--~~ 11.-;ll --f ;- n- nlaay atr useless; to un- indemalltyg due ihiml blainks at onlce, thus assistingi hibs pntieunt
'i b.r..~..l ..I .1.1.- thiey are ercy necessary. All clininunts have a right to dtemandl and also himself as in many cases his Ag
IIntelligent answ-ers to all questions ns- that th~e bhllaksi frnished by an insran~c e services are paidt for from the indlemnity
sist the com~patny in makfing early pay- company to thei Itt. nlin: d cIntor, should reczeived by the claimant from the in.- POT
nenlt of a clim. be p~roprl~ly s**I.ll-l*'** i. vIlllin twCllve to sur11anlCe conL1p1Y.

Imme

CONVENTIONN GIETS DO)WN.TO8 BUSINESS IN EARNEST

Bett
(Conltinued frntm Pag'e 3.) and -some of th~em mr...- insis;;.-ntl; ilo the impIossible for us to obltain complete and au-
result during ~the year from mutual confer- future workr of the -, ..ilit.l. I rals Itm- thentic couples. of all insurance measures
onces a...l laons. .-.. r.nr ...ild be inosshlel. .,ra~'n: matter, which have become law la time to present a
Our ann .. .l~ I1. 1.1.1lot. I. .,,,>.,<.2. 1'. are just rounding out a year which reliable report at this time, but, if it is de-
tion of ..rtIInt~ ..0.1 1. .]se. ...~ui .s ...- ps.. has poved ovry d!fiastrous to the fr~e com- slled. yourv committee wivf ll supl*Lin**n its re- For m
seats from ti eto A e ey ifiut n e Data. nla..;i .s.r <~ .1 .-01 ter p wi -. ~i,.s, lso arll I; I I rl i enact-
wrtngpolmems.~ m Ma of ~;the ld ones are contlr nr~r.i I.. ;.. r. Ipr.-...- from ments i.rn lt ml.-11.tisr
yet in ..T- -1 and( withi the chtolges an the caus.~ s ub-l~Is l,:11: havpe been controlled, ance as ...o ... ar :p ,rs-s.t os, Pr
ways **r 1IningI and working. in tmrveling on but .carl ,.nii.,r~l.. generon1J- andi par- We al.**llull' IrI;. 11I the dopton feelq
land anti In the varilnons and readijuit- ticul. n~ II~ I.... ....ius.*.1 r.. rs.. I..i-lla.-- of by this .1-----s..rs..n *4T some plan 1,,~-ol,
ment of power andi machinery la manufae- aerlldent and health Insurance, have been an*c ~iis.*.II.-n irn .: effected of Its.- leaol: that
turning and in other business, new problem, fo~rulnatr ioth; in regard to the volume and of -1.. 1. 111... 1.:b.g.v, ,of ~the varWious com- surane
now hrazardsi, and new .. nl~n~bere ..i- i.. ..- character of In~siness transacted and the loss pan:c tol ..,1... ,,~... and w-e believ-e that
arldls constantly are .. tn I..-[.-ratio sustained. suha .casr.na.1110sud:1 1, Sks m
These modify, and in ..; ,.r .s a W in ha ,1 'whsLn .. n th ...... .1,1..... !. n g.sru us ra wa.u
utterly destroy. value of past .i.. 1 Integrrityr of life in usan~r~- - br~nl.... by the r~.l....rirc 1. .w ulr~,.. 1 3. n f
More than everr before Is it I1... --.. llscar latte **. r .. ..~1: 1 I n ;..*1 Ii. r.II..r ..~l even in such ..:1-,ri --.r ... r. ,. .t~..i ll! re. v\llli,,a 31.....mp
wie should continue to worke 1 r..; rs, our s... nIIna. n...l'r IIIII il.n. c.I.I .L..l'l il Bro 'l.,rr, ji.,1. rl jr,-...!i l,, .1 i lnnislan
give to each other the benefits of comp~a rt- is :11..:I ..av til...r. -d.. m.*,-..a-i~ t..t 1' rl! J. Moore, and this r......r IIl .c.=.rs..i
son, the adv-aninges of mutual . real~ in protection of insu~rrs may 1... ..ru~lul< ac.ji10.( 1 Adectison has- heb ..c r..I.r o rr.
order thnt we may adjust onl. I..inI~ to to our ownl bulsiness *aud :n II... I I..1- o now celebrated Wh'litfieldl case, ard necording- Imi
these and other changes, and in ...I. rl.. w e insurance to the injury of all. ly '$a report other than -- ll;-~,o.n usu..o.. us..\
shpll apprc iante In* .i.1 both the Increases in .r iis~sdte r. lay.1i~ n tne o e i ...r. ...te..arI[* *D
the hazards to -~I-b1 ..nt1 compaules may be -.f ..~i~-n.. 11..accur..nlt. i- 10.I. i!". c...' I.ommon Mitssouri ar-.j. .) ,-I.1~1.i3. II..] oa ..uwilr.:.I
subjected, and those against which our patrons Inn . ~le. a ri i :Ir..-~~i-, ?. I~r.il." bal- will be heard from at in! ;. n nll..a.i
should be ,affor.1,.1 I. ; . ...1.. I .'i.ica, *al. 11n.~ ~ 1 1 i .. r.D~i ~ l~~into.~ 1.1 .... j dg- We are cleasted to tati.; rl,- r r ,. .-.mailtrr
Fian v te*e r rsIr-- I .. ..I..l.h, IIs l l Ont, it wSi1ll t founil rIair 1Ii -. Insigni- on unif~ m .I; i 1,- n.,I: ri .i .... reticca III
;.I..I .. our co-operation we mutst con- :i ir .-mare~rd with rlt.. Ilnespr.....-r. resullts revhort uol .11....11- 1.-_. :.E= in ...-.meL Ir,
Il.ma. ri -r -I.. I i.hieve a greater me as- .1..I ..1 evr n b~y -. .3 .,r .1.oi against adop~tioi n I J~I.l.. = at nrn r!,;,.r <.1. r r !..fus
I ~ ..ar.I. Our assoelation than w ih t n .u : ., o t srn~ i ... .. u. .. cIe t I. .I
any of tis could hope for acting as ther ep direcitod. ris..I i.1 ILlrl !I7).. 7l...: 1sI" ..r '!' neI e ., ..icu.. 11
resentatrves of individual corporations, Thi nr..ncl. r~.. ;nit I I1.Ir. po n mi t..aic .re s an..11
brief recitali indicates so great a necessity -....o .., -b t by- millions the ...mi~ll-n.i all-I. l~ 0..1 =trotel IjlC. ruler
.for that hearty mutual- asus~.ple L~-l~-l.. lf-s honesty l~rl.1r ;1.. 1.11ine; : ~ orInsurance N~o ..II corroni l..r. r.. ii 1. given 1'. ru~nal..-c
so notably a feature of r:0-- alo~~l~.In.Ie...UII bunss. public or private..,has b~een main- of the -=... I~rl..r. \olio hlve not inor:rlanr.1l
association, in all- of th. rr s l -- 4.1. 1 tained unon Il 1I.ili h. .11rs .i of 1.no r and th- wr:.r..i n al l(!ii n. i t~ill':.
.tend to -I.. i~~ng....~, .as u If I ...Is~ honesty than IIl. :.,,-3... ..i ill.llli len e No 10 l .1 a a re-rn = .
that it is ..III ...all. I,.--11.11..0 rIni I have tro*+t 1' . i*- ...1ruar.1.rr t.. .I a'irl greater -I1~I-' -1.=1. 1 1 .11 .1-. ) and .x,,.gIIIIr l* .r. rl-
must be in the mind of- every one present. .. -a .....1l. nn lvebn .nirl. ..stites rrn in...
.\llil... ~.r:1 I.Lave not as yet reached a moren~;r .<1 *. is .ty. c Inventlrl It will be recalled that at the Muosloka conl-
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as reiei. tInc ar.... Inau.1.ngent.: ar.d nlasatisfus** anid tc. 1.=. wirll fall to resp~o nd to, Ib. re,[]. na-: hope.] n .uld be tenod red. ionsequeurly
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rilu'lI.,i of .il. 2 es~-the~ 012.105 by wnbni IhC( if.tcad W. nw it ll that could be desired W'e agaln urge up-
-much o~I famid Iis rlpapeoriad tsy wrill.:i a'l- 4, ieran nterr.igew srne r the membjers of hIsl assoiaton1O the Irra
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..*n.:rr.l, inad a Ili~ion.:h to the bertsines. o Ther mile st~nrs Iinto aned-sornes nng rcnlati to healln In;Iurance. Inasmuch as lbi*
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.Litme~g nomay .anmendhigly te Wthin the past year two more mlle- Bac fisbdeth aeapra-pro
p~r..irnI frm andr~ the n~icTld asipe of thC shre ae o sbencagdInohn-ct One, and WeI ask the6 earnest altCtetiOn o~nCe
0..elcn ur. 5111... t..rm C ilf polc mov~ c1 be Utl.1..1L rioni .0 ..g.,-re j clil.Dltn.Aasa piac wt the1 seomnatin whic un-~ It doe
the standlp..inc of storefull unds-rw~ritind. --iici 17alty. was mortlnlY strickern ia doubedl~y wIll be made the-rcla
Th suric l in.Lis r. ror li itd o il]lle life: Lir~elll when near to (11@ sc'rip- b~?
thle amo~unt whih wirll In-lmultyS thei in rui1I limit. butt oncli In th. rGll mni'ulr of GREAT W'ORK HAS BEEN DONE lrr
SulrPed jr aCtuaJ l exrnatulres for sullginst mntal~l grnap andl powe r DOrhi Ivirel .crer luter
Ili~ I...ret andr theC khI~dle1 rul so .r~rld(*d Invnigrratorls of the trulr1. Tca..De*Inrit.~an: and BY THE INTE;RNATIONArL BODY. under
thlt In many) lu~enan..s Ele claharint maiy Inth'fatlgablle worker r..~:urrr from! the icompany, in additleoo to his staunch friends Each In tals liferim~e wap G. I~Leonard ..11.NEIll. 6'ecretary of' the4 mlay
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~dI emnlritd \hltiurpl e od e the ller PRGRSSSO NINR RTsIof rill ame familiar with the inet that haDT
aff rdcd Tan-topl"Ituinilrtsy tt ~reularl prun OF ETECUTIVE COT1VI'iTTEE. du""" n e rsp rr ~ ?r'1. behrass iato ag~pa
of the tw\o, b.~:rause, by gpason of the ab- In its general report fo~r ~i t ,Tear, tlir- undeIr Its hannrjlr aost of the necident~ Insur- -hoolar
FLence r' **..>rds of Intloiatio, the Jistincion exet'tithle carrimtlree! recoralB Pl'sress along auce omar~nizations which are doing business did
beweo odl ijuic=ofecedtrough ex- Innn line* Svrlpolm f eiu ntucuntiry rad asl.met




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GEO. B. ECKER, PASSENGER DEPARTMENT,
GEN. EASTERN PASS. AGT.
JONAH H. WHITE, 1918 ROADWAY, NEW YORK. July, 12th, 1900
EASTERN PASS. AGT.
IN YOUR REPLY REFER TO FILE





Governor Napoleon B. Broward,

Tallahasse, Pla.

My I)ear Governor;

I am very much better and mighty glad of it, Mr. Haw-

thorne expressed his best wishes to you, I told him that you had expresaw

ed your best wishes to him, I always like to be the bearer of good neve .

I send you four of his papers he has said everything that is grand and

good about you, I hope you are all well, with best wishes,

Respectfully ours.




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GEO. B. ECKER, PASSENGER DEPARTMENT,
GEN. EASTERN PASS. AGT.
JONAH H. WHITE, 1218 ]$ROADWAY, NEW YORK. July 12, '06.
EASTERN PASS. AGT.
IN YOUR REPLY REFER TO FILE

Gov. Ilapoleon B. Broward----#2

I want to be r membered to Emnet Wolf because he was calhd

for Robert Emmet andto 01ay Croffer because he was born within the

red clay hills of Lean County. It looks like the crackers have quit

giving out political jobs to Georgians; they are trying to help each
other. Now, Governor, if the Irish had stuck to each other, Ireland

would have been free just as well as Ouba, and it broke my heart

when I looked coming up New York Harbor and saw everybody's flag

flying,-even the Cuban's,- except the Irish. I wonder sometimes if God
will ever help an intelligent class of people to be free. It is pro-

bably not right to ask too much from God, but we cannot expect to do

anything only throue;h his mercy. While the Cubans,-although I fought
to free them,- are ingrates and mongrels, the Irish are an intelligent

class of slaves, and when I was there last time I declare to you that

I have not got words to express tk@ misery that I saw among the lower

class. The.. people in Ireland who have got a noinche are the

plergyzethe pean-broker, the liquor dealer and the general Governor.
bar -rooms
None of these have to do any hard 10 rk. There are more inches f or the

amount of people in that country than any I have ever been in, and I
if
have been all over the world. It looks to me as no body seemd to take
there
any interest in the hard working people over except the four classes
named above; one to tell him how bad he is, sad the other thrde to

fatten on his misf ortunes, d 9-9-6JM V <3.0-: w..u .eR am. -L






W. M. BOSTWICK, JR.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
GUAnARTY 'I'atrsT AND Styrwes Co. Boronma,
Conwan BAY AND OceAN Srns:nas.
JACKSONVILLE, FLA.


(Personal.) July IBth, 1906.


Gov. N. B. Broward,
TallahaRPee, Fla.

My d.e r Governor:--
In accordance with my talk with you, I am enclosing

you herewith another deed to Lot 6, I)rlarlond Tract. Please execute

this deed with Mrs. Broward as soon as you can reach her, and insert

the date of execution in the space provided for it in the deed.

Your promptness Will oblige,

Yours very truly,




Form No. 168.
THE WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH CO1WPANY.
--- INCORPORATED
24,000 OFFICES IN AMERICA. CABLE SERVICE TO ALL TI4E WORLD.
This Company TRANSMITS and DELIVERS messages only on conditions limiting its liability, which have been assented to by the sender of the following message.
Errors can be guarded against only by repeating message back to the sending station for comparison. and the Company willnothold itself liable for errors or delays
in transmission or delivery of Unrepeated Hessages, beyond the amountof tolls paid thereon, nor m any case where the claim is not presented in ing within sisty days
after the message is filed with the Company for transmission.
This is an UNREPEATED MESSAGE, and is delivered by request of the sender, under the conditions named above.
ROBERT O. CLOWRY, President and General Manager. *

RECEIVE'Dat I S. Mon. -.e Et., Tailahassee, Fla.

24. C. BG. GR. 87. PAID.

Dy. Jacksonville, Florida, July 16th, 1906.
Hen. A. C. Croom,

Tallahassee, Florida.

Epatotomia instabills in chrysochro to hungerkorn and kookbakker
dredging and disruly harambure corporations eaeoramdo state lands
and drainage domaniste epicarides haradam gromatoket gladiatam
assitied except to trustees.


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Hon. A. O. Groom,

Tallahassee.

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Dear Governor:-

I did not learn that you were in the 01ty
until last night, when I iceediately telephoned to the

Soldorf. You were out at the tine and I left a message

inviting you to take a trip with me to the Immigration

Station at E1113 IGlend. Upon arrival at my office this

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late last evenin .

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HEADQUARTERS

Bl2YAN RECEPTION
UNDED AUSPICES

commercial l Travelers' Anti-Trust League
Room 100, 110TEL VICTODIA, Broadway and 27th St.
NEW YORK July 20, 1906






Hon, N. B. Broward,
Governor,
Florida

DEAR SIR:

I have the honor to inform you that at a meeting of the

Plan and Scope Committee to arrange for a Reception to the Hon.

William Jennings Bryan you were appointed a member of the Committee

of Reception, of which Governor Folk of Missouri is the Chairman.

Very truly yours,

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Pa sonal. FLORIDA


ACOSTA & BAHL
STATE AGENTS
SUITE 401-2*3
DYAL-UPCHURCH BUILDING
JACKSONVILLE, FLA.


HARRY F. WEST, PRESIDENT.
GEORGE K.JOHNSON, VICE PRESET. DR OLIVER P. REX, WIEDICAL DIRECTOR.
LINCOLN K.PASSMORE,299VICEPREST. JOHN W HAMER, MANGR.LOAN DEPT
WILLIAM H.KINGSLEY, SEcY STREAK HENRY C.UPPINCOTT, MANG'R.AGENCIES
JESSE J.BARKER. ACTUARY. HARRISON S.GILL, SUPERVISOR OF APPLICATIONS
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Dear Sir:

I have the honor to acknowledge receipt
of your letter dated July 16, 1906, 1so under sep-
arate cover the literat.tre in mention. Please let
me thank you very much fo: Elese, which I am very
glad to have and read. I have only had opportunity
so far to hurriedly look over the drain-.< e pr-:posi-
tion; it is certainly a big thing, an undertaking
fitting the man who has tackled it. I know tha.t you
will succeed over all your opposition, and take gen-
uine pleasure in the fact tha.t you are the man to d.o
it.
I beg leave to enclose postage in return
for that which you expended.
Again thanking you, I remain,

Very respectfully,


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Hon. N. B. Broward,
Governor,
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OFFICIAL BUSilfES GlvEN PROMPT ATTENTION. .). E. INMAN. MAYOR

DaRe City Pollice Department
1) CHAS. F. EATO'N,
Chief or Police.




Lake Chr, Ph., July 24th,1906.


Hon. N.B.Broward,
Governor Of Plorida,
Tallahassee,

Fla.

)& Dear Sir:-
In reply to your letter of July 19th, inst., I beg to say

that I have just returned to the city hence the delay in answering it.

I have not seen Mr. C.G.McCormick the gentleman that informed me that he
had been told about you having the negros to qualify .to vote in the gen-
eral election to vote on the Everglade amendment in tne counties of Daval

Leon and Madison counties. But the first time I see him I will do my
best to get the name of the authority that told him and others as I un-
derstand it. I understand that Mr. McCormick will be in the city to-
morrow and if he come sI will see him personally and inform you at once,

for I assure you it is always a pleasure to me to serve you at any time.
With my regards ?.nd best wishes to you, I am,

Yours very truly,



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has demanded o'f (4 Ex cutive authority of the State of Florida the de ery and surrender of
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to said State of Florida, and has produced and filed
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nevertlysted ana it is expressly unherstook, all fees, expenses or charges
in the execution of this order be paid by the said State of. 2 _od A ft
Hereof fail not at your peril.
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Flo ida, at Tallahassee, the Capital, this 2, a f.vday
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Lake City PoHce Department
CHAS. F. EATON,
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Chey, FE.x, July 25th,1906.


Hon. N.B.Broward,
Governor Of Plorida,
Tallahassee,
Pla,
My Dear Sir:-
I seen to-day }7. 0.G.McCormick and he would not give me
the name of the party who told him that you was qualifying the negros
to vote in the general election. I tried to get him to tell me but
for some cause he would not do so, Mr. McCormick is the Route Agent
for the Southern Express Co., and lives in this ofty. I am sorry that
I could not asertain the name for you and I will see if I can find out
by other ways. I told Mr. McDormick that I did not believe the story
and that I thought that the man that told it had no regard for the
truth. Any time I can favor you, I assure you it will be a pleasure
to me to serve you at any time. With regards and best wishes to you,

I am,
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A. C. HAMR/CK, GC SORUi e fa. July 25th 1006
Supervising Deputy for Georgia and Florida.
P.O.BOX545





Dear Sir Knight:-

I expect to visit every Tent of the Modern Maccabees
in the State of Florida during the month.of August, for the purpose
of making a report in person of the session of the Great Camp Review
which was held in Ludington, ich., in June, and where I had the
honor of being one of the representatives from Fldrida. Aus sy,

There were some very important changes made at this session of

the Great Camp, which places the Modern Maccabees in the front rank
of Fraternal Beneficiary Societies, and it is my earnest hope and
shall be the greatest pleasure of my life to put the membership of the
.adern Maccabees in the State of Florida, in the first place in the
membership of states. Now, this can be accomplished if I have the
hearty co-operation of every member in Florida, and after I have made

you a visit and told you about the Hodern Meccabees, I believe that
you will make an effort to build up your Tent and make it a live
and growing one.

I will be in your city on the / 47 / of August and hope

to have the pleasure of meeting you personally.

FEi.EM.E.ER THE DATE and be present.

Fraternally yours,


Supervising Deputy.







GILsoN WALLETS
SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT
54 VIEST "itorn STREET
NE1V YORE


July 25th, 1906.



Dear Sir:
The Christian Herald (N. Y.) has asked me to obtain from representa-
tive Americans a reply to the question:
\HAT CAN THE INDIVIDUAL AND THE STATE AND NATIONAL GOVERNMENT
DO TO EDUCATE PEOPLE OUT OF INTEMPERANCE?
Your own views are earnestly desired; that is, a reply to this, in
the form of a letter to me, even if ever so brief, will be thoroughly
appreciated.
The moral, physiologic and sociologic sides of the drink evil need no
detailing here. However, a brief summary is given below.
Do not the facts in the postscript herewith call for active atten-
tion of public men and women in developing education on the drink evil?
Nearly 50 per cent. of the revenue of the U. S. Government is derived
from drink traffic! That a Government having such consideration for the
welfare of its people, should continue, for the sake*of revenue, to foster
an evil which is so seriously affecting the lives of the people-- is not
that an anomaly?
Should not citizens write to their representatives in Congress and
State Legislatures to support bills introduced for the promotion of
temperance? Should not the sale of intoxicating.1iquors be forbidden on
all government premises? What is your State doing toward lessening the
drink evil?
Above all, should not the effects of strong drink be included as a
subject for study in the curriculum of schools and colleges? Can we not
educate the people out of intemperance? And what can the individual and
Government do for the promotion of such education?
A reply from you to any or all of these questions, in the form of a
letter to me or even a brief note, for publication in the Christian
Herald, will be esteemed by all concerned. Copies of issue containing
the symposium will be mailed to you.
Yours sincerely,



Special Correspondent of The Christian Herald.

P. S. Nearly half the revenue of the U. S. Government comes from drink
traffic. Forty per cent, of taxation is for the support of inmates of
prisons, almshouses and insane asylums who are there thro' drink -- and
we have 250,000 criminals, 150,000 insane and 50,000 tramps. 75 per cent.
of crime, pauperism and insanity is traceable to drink--and our prisons
cost $60,000,000 yearly, our poorhouses $7,000,000, and our insane
asylums $13,000,000. *
The nation spends yearly for intoxicating drink $1.400,000,000
This is nearly twice the amount spent for bread, 3 times that for meat, 7
times that for tea and coffee, 5 times that for shoes, 10 times that for
public education, and 50 times that for preaching the Gospel
Five million persons are idle (in jails and institacians and unem-
ployed) thro' strong drink. 400.000 persons were arrested last year for
drunkenness, 1-3 of arrests for all causes. And there were 100,000 deaths
due directly or indirectly to intemperance
Is there any form of race suiciae so prolific of results as this?







OLARENCEASALE, leg. Dist. IIEADQUARTERS- sta e et at an.
DR. M. K. ALLEN, 46th "
":ER:: = :: Democratic City and County ..... :::EH eman.
CHAS. C MARTIN, 49th "
JNO. J. KEANE, 50th EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE
JULIUS E. BIERACH, 96th "
BEN O. WATSON, 51st " Fwru ConnassioNAL DisTRIcT
M. W. NEAL, Chairman. ROOM 404 EQUITABLE BUILDING. CHAS, C. MARTIN. Sec^y and Treas.


July 26 /06,





Gov. Impoleon B. Broward,

Tallahassee, Fla.

My dear Sir:-
You are requested to serve on a committee to invite

the Ron, William Jenrings Bryan to attend a Southern States'

reception to be held in Louisville at the new Armory building

on a date beat suited to M'r. Bryan"a convenience after his ar-

rival in New York. An early sooeptance will be appreciated,

as it is necessary to communicate with Mr. Bryan at once.

Very truly youra

/ n, Chairman.

Swagger Sherley, Paul 0, Barth, Mayor;

Owen Tyler, J. C. W. Beckham, Governor;

Chas, P. Granger, Urey Woodson,

W. 3, Haldeman, J. 0, S, Blackburn,

Thos. 2, Gordon, Jas. B. WoOreary,

W. J. Semonin, J. Prootor Knott,

Chae. A. Wilson, Louis 'Maquown,

Henry A. Bell, Thos. H. Paynter,

Jos. F. Herrmann, Jas. P. Earvin,

Robt. J. Kagan.







AN ILLUSTRATED WEEKLY Of CARTOON AND COMMENT

GA MG "If IT'S MIGHT WE ARE 10R IT"


TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA July 27, 1906.

Gov.N.B.Broward,

City.
My dear Sir:-
The Express agent in Tallahassee informs me that there are
some papers addressed to A.C.CroomDe'?uniaE Springsstill undelivered.
You will remember that you sent me a telegram instructing me to
send 1000 of a certain issue of the paper to Er.Oroom at De Funiak. I

presume the papers got there after Mr.Croom left. The local express
agent desires me to ask you what disposition you wish made of the papers.
I think there is a small amount-of charges on them.
I believe this is the issue containing the parallel showing the
attitude of the Times-Union in 1902,where it favored drainage.
Youra very truly,


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FINANCE KEEPER.
NOTE.-A sr Knicht when as ting another Tent the fir t time, who cannot be rouched
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on presentation of this receipt twith ha name signed on the mnrcing, provided
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such a congratulatory letter as you have received from the captain of

4 tug *TATOOSR".
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5- Yorl.,July 50thI906.

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Governor of the st-to of

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Hon. N. B. Broward, Gov,

gallahassee, Fla.
Dear Mr. Broward:-

You will no doubt remember me. I am Ben. 8,
Liddon, the son of Benj. S. Lildon at Marianna, Fla, and I
had the pleasure of meeting you there during your campaign
for Governor.

I have applied for a position with the above bank at
this place and can secure the position if I can furnish satis-
factory references. I wanted to let them know that I was

aquainted with some of the best people of this gy state, I

gave them your name, stating they might write you it reference
to who and what I am.
I certainly would appreciate it if you would do what you can
in the way of writing them a goodrecomendation.
Assuring you I will appreciate anything you may do for me,
and trusting I will be in a position to reciprocate next
election, I ad yours to command,


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WHE WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH OOlWPANY.
INCORPORATED
28,000 OFFICES IN AMERICA. CABLE SERVICE TO ALL THE WORLD.
ROBERT 0. CLOWRY, President and Genei*al Manager.
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on back hereof, which are hereby agreed to. I

Tallahassee, Fla., attly 30, 1906.

Mr. J. 3, Cobbs, Ditizens Be.ving Bank, Birmingham, Ala.

Cannot recommend man men< ioned in your inquiry of July 20th.

21. B. Broward, Governor .
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July 20, 1906.


Ron. 7, E. Broward,

Tallahaeace, Pla.

Dear Sir:-

Mr. B. H. Liddon has referred us to you as to his

star.ding personally, and we would very much appreciate any

information you can cive us as to his character and personal

standing.

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Liddon, and we would like to know something about him. Any

information you will give us, regardia,::his.,will be held in

strict confidence and much appreelated.

We enclose utilip for reply.

Very truly yours,



President.




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THE WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH OOlWPANY.
INCORPORATED
23,000 OFFICES IN AMERICA. CABLE SERVICE TO ALL THE WORLD.
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ROBERT C. CLOWRY, resident and General IVIanager.
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THE LARGEST TELEGRAPHIC
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OVER ONE MILLION MILES
Of HIRE IN THE UNITED
ST4TES AND CANaDA.

It. ha over 24,000 Tele-
graph Offices, including Branch
Offices. "It has also Direct Con-
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phone with as many more re-
mote and smaller stations, mak-
ing a total list of over 48,000
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England, direct; both Cables duplexed. o 0
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France. z z o
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connecting with the Mexican Telegraph
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Telegraph Co., for all points in IVlexico
and Central and South America.
Direct Wires and Cables to Havana,
Cuba, and all points in the West Indies,
and to the Bermudas and Bahamas.
Pacific Cables to Austra-
lia, New Zealand, Honolulu,
Guam, Philippine Islands,
China, Japan, etc.
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THE WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH GO1WPANY.
INCORPORATED
28,000 OFFICES IN AMERICA. CABLE SERVICE TO ALL THE WORLD.
ROBERT O. CLOWRY, President and General Manager.


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To guard against mistakes or delays, the sender of a message should- order it REPEATED; that is,
graphe-1 back to the originating office for comparison. For this, one-half the regular rate is charged
in addition. It is agreed between the sender of the following message and this Company, that said
.mpany shall not be liable for mistakes or delays ih the transmission or delivery, or for non-delivery 0.
;' UNREPEATED message, beyond the amount received for sending the same-;t nor-for mistakes or delay:
in the transmission or delivery, or for non-delivery of any REPEATEb ECisge, beyOnd fifty times the sum
received for sending the same, unless specially insured, nor in any case for delays arising from unavoidable
interruption in the working of its lines, or for errors in cipher or obscure messages. And this Company is
hereby made the agent of the sender, without liability, to forward any rgessage over the lines of any other
Company when necessary to reach its destination.
Correctness in the transmission of a message to any point on the lines of this Company can be INSURED
.,-- contract in writing, stating agreed amount of risk, and payment of premium thereon, at the following
rates, in addition to the usual charge for repeated messages, viz, one per cent. for any distance not exceed-
ing 1,000 miles, and two per cent. for any greater distance. No employee of the Company is authorized to
vary the foregoing.
No responsibility regarding messages attaches to this Company until the same are presented and
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.
Messages will be delivered free within the established free delivery limits of the terminal office. For
P.imery at a greater distance, a special charge will be made to cover the cost of such delivery.
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
BOBERT C. CLOWRY, President and General Managero





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