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Title: Correspondence, Business and Legal Papers: June, 1907
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WATAIATR :'. D AVIS.
woolt Izo In B H rt o s ru.ao.,
... ...-....o,.. Jacksonville, Fla., June 1, 1907.


Hon. Napoleon B. Broward,

Governor of Florida,

Tallahassee, Fla.

Dear Sir:

At the request of Hon. W. J. Bryan, County Solicitor, of Duval

County, Fla., I have, to-day, transmitted to you (through Mr. Bryan)

an affidavit touching the affairs of S. T. Shaylor, j~uge of the Crimi-

nal Court of Record for this County, in connection with the pending ap-

plication for his removal from office.

I want to say that it is, with the profoundest regret, that I have

found it necessary, in line of my duties, to make this affidavit.

I have known Judge Shaylor intimately, for more than twenty years,

and our relations have always been mast cordial and friendly; and I have

no object or motive in making this affidavit save that, having been call-

ed upon to do so, I feel that I could not decline to make it without dis-

regarding my plain duty in the premises.

I have urged Judge Shaylor to resign and he has refused to do so;

therefore, I am left with no alternative save to testify to some of those

facts which lie within my own knowledge. I am satisfied that Judge

Shaylor has neglected his duties as Judge of the Criminal Court; that he

is not qualified or competent to hold the office, and that his general

attitude and manner and his official acts, on the Bench, are calculated

to detract from and lower the dignity, standard and authority, of this

Court.

It is extremely difficult to procure the necessary affidavits, in

connection with an undertaking of this nature, which you can very readi-

ly appreciate. I know Mr. Bryan is prompted by the loftiest and high--

est motives, in undertaking this matter, and I feel that he deserves the





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commendation and backing of all those who have interest in this CQurt;

and my candid opinion, from a thorough knowledge of this situation, is

that I am expressing the real opinion of all parties familiar with this

matter.

In conversing with various members of the Bar, and citizens gener-

ally, I have found this to be the general consensus of opinion regard-

less of who may dr may not be willing to take an open and public stand

upon the issues involved.

I have the honor to be,


Very respectfully yours,



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ThisCompanyTRANSMITS andDELIVERS messages only onconditlons limiting its liability,which have been assented tobythe sender of the following message.
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ROBERT C. CLOWRY, President and General Manager.

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INCORPORATED
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ROBERT C. CLOWRY, President and General Manager.
Receiver's ,14. Time Filed Check
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ALL MESSAGES TAKEN BY THIS COMPANY ARE SUBJECT TO THE FOLLOWING TERMS:

To guard against mistakes or delays, the sender of a message should order it REPEATED; that is,
telegraphed back to the originating office for comparison. For this, one-half the regular rate is charged
in addition. It is agreed between the sender of the following message and this CompJiy, that said
Company shall not be liable for mistakes or delays in the transmission or delivery, or for non-delivery of
any UNREPEATED message, beyond the amount received for sending the same; nor for mistakes or d'l..
:i the transmission or delivery, or for non-delivery of any REPEATED message, 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 i;
hereby made the agent of the sender, without liability, to forward any message 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
by 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 mexages, viz, one per cent. for any distance not exceed-
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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
delivery 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.

ROBERT C. CLOWRY, President and General Manager.


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THE WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH COMPANY.
INCORPORATED
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June 6th, 1907.



Governor N. B. Broward,

Tallahassee, Fla.,

(PERSONAL)



Dear Sir:-

I am going away to Virginia and will be back in about

a week, and -.:ant to have a heart to heart talk with you about

things in general.

Gus Brown says he cannot come up this afternoon, but

will in all probability do so to-moprow morning or afternoon.

I have no special one to advocate for any of the positions,

but would like to talk over the different appointments as

Inspector of Naval Stores, particularly at this point, if it is

agreeable to you, before the 15th of July when the t rn of the

present State Inspector of Naval Stores expires.

Please accept sincere congratulations on the result of

the legislative session as a whole and thanks for having appointed

me County Solicitor of this County.

With regards and best wishes,

Yours very truly,



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May 23rd, 1907.



Governor N. B. Broward,

Tallahassee, Fla.,

Dear Sirs-

Mr. Albert H. Mickler has written me and asked that

I call to your attention the fact that his father, William

Mickler, would like to be State Highway Commissioner, if the

bill creating such office should pass. I hereby make the

recommendation.

Yours very truly,

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Say 3rd, 1907.


I have gone over the papers submitted to me, and which are return-

ed ':r the same messenger as who brings you this, and I have tried to elim-

inate from nay consideration of this matter all thought about how it

would effect persons, and to consider only how it would effect the pub-

lic service.

It has been impossible for me to divorce myself fror.n the hope that

I would be able to make a recommendation favorable to the man invlovled,

who has for his friend the man of whom I am- fond.

I know that it would have been pleasing to this friend of mine to

have his friend re-enstated, and the desire to do something that would

please my friend has been strong; so strong that I have been unable to

repress it.

In spite of this, I am forced to the opinion that the action tak-

en in this case was the proper one, and no good reason appears w'y that

action should not remain in force./

As to the question of ie-enstatement, if I had a voice, I would

say no.

The papers show that injustice has been rampant. There was ample

time and opportunity afforded before the char-es were formally made to

make good. This opportunity was not seized. It is not shown, nor is it

clear, nor is the way clear for the supposition, that he has acted in

such manner as would lead one to hope that he would show an improvement

in his conduct and in -4i6 purpose, that would prompt him to act more in

conformity with his oath of office. Since he was suspended he may have

been badly advised, he may have been in bad company, but his known actions

were such as to bring upon him the official act.

Then :.-ain, if he was re-enstated, it is probable that he would be

under the same influences, and might be tempted to yield to a human im-






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pulse to get even.

I really do not see how a man ) charged, as he is, can remain in

the same comr.unity, or how he can accept his position, unless he has not

the pride in well doing that he should have, or unless his object in

seeking re-enstatement is to again do the things that he has done but

more adroitly.

There may have been a small element of desire on the part of those
who brought the charges to get the man out of the way, but that is almost

entirely overcome by the actual facts.

If it was my duty to pass upon this case, I would feel that it was

best for the party concerned and best for the principles of right and

justice that he be not re-enstated, and if a legal duty involved upon me

to make a formal recommendation, I would recommend his removal.

Understand finally that it goes seriously against my inclination
and desire to please my friend to make these suggestions, but I would

not be wortlyof the confidence you have shown in me, if believing as I do,

I were to advise differently.

This communication is neither addressed nor signed for reasons that

you will no doubt fully appreciate and understand.


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W.E.IRVIN, PRIvA-E SECRETARY
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Hon. Napoleon B. Broward,

Tallahassee, Fla.,

Dear Governor,

In addition to the formal invitation which you will re-

ceive from the Georgia Commission for the Jamestown Exposition to

attend the Georgia Day Exercises on June 10th, I wish personally to

extend a most cordial invitation that you honor us with your pres-

ence on that occasion. President Roosevelt will be our guest and

deliver the principal address of the day on the line of the commer-

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PENSACOLA, FLA. June 1st, 1907.

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Tallahassee, Fla.

Lly dear Sir:-

Referring to the recent private and confidential conversation

between you and myself I beg to say thE.t I shall not, under ..ny circrm-

stances, support T.r. Burr in his r-ce for the nomination. I shall labor

from now until the primary to defeat him, no matter whether I am

eventually in the race or not.

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I notice 4V1rw T Ii- counties of
this i .i ,.r, nLp. _ji it-tie-legis'-:
lature to enact a law by which the
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ity to transfer a part of the surplus
money that has accumulated in the
Fine and forfeitti-e fund, to a "good
roads" fund, or some other purpose.
Now, the question which arises in
my mind, is this: If other counties
have accumulated a surplus to "that
fund. why is it that our county has
not a surplus there, .too? I suppose
the "same law governs the finances
in each county alike.
The fact is that in the last four or
five years there has been irarl. -rred
from the building and n!oi:d i inds in
this county to this fine and forfeit-
ure and to the county proper fund,
nearly ?'i.' i-1i. Further, re, all the
money coming to this county from
Sthe hire of State convicts has been
placed to this fine and forfeiture
tund. when only half of it belonged
tlhire; and yet there is not sufficient
Money in the treasury to pay these
demands. Evidently some depart-
mnitt of our county must be very ex-
pensive.
Our board of ('.-.,nrt Commission-
e.rs seem to scan evdry account very
closely.
Whoever will solve this question
and give a' practical remedy will he a
public benefactor. '
This is not written as a refli.-. ion
Son anyone, but simply in the interest
Sof the taxpayers of Columbia county
a ld for the information of
SJAMES R. LITES.
*' County Treasurer.
Lake City, Fla., May 20, 1907.





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_onor:nble Governor of the ;tate.

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Yo'ir Vxce.llency: ,.

T hpire ask Iyou in the nri:me of the Good Lord anI the
*lives of this "t'nte, for anr investigation of a case in this '.soaimbia
County, la., of rTenr '- b'b shooting si'd 4A. L. 2trickland,"',ithout
any cause at all, an in in t th fere st, the court t T dan't.- thain n: r hh h it -t i ll .i. t.e curt-s, n-t 77. of
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Sntn ani, hlrj-o ic'en to the pcnii ontr! y -n-i i. have- the re l-ation of beirra
r l.- inmn here, anld you cn v.rite tor U.f rneorx tore, if
c-'n :ol ,hi .lesCe co so, m: y ?y life is in st, ke Tvi1h hin
bhein tuirnoa out n :'ren man, i: tout e n i i:nih. Thin -n.n is a
r--':rnr '! .I ri ifrrid o" hi r. 'i ,o:'son- i rnply to yo n-i-: that
thif; man o.Trries his r:epons on.i :. 11 ii ,, i hoo-n 'o. ill
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Mr. Henry W. Tiernan,
Editor The Inland Sea,
St. Louis, Kirkwood Station, Missouri.
Dear Sir:-

You will recall the first time you came to
see Mr. Saunders and the undersigned that you brought
a letter from Mr. McCormick, of the Chicago Drainage.
Canal, which in substance said that he approved in a
general way of the idea of such a publication as you
proposed. After considerable delay and talk over the
subject I gave you a letter as President of the Lakes-
to-the-Gulf Deep Waterway Association, in which I indicated
an interest in your plans for a publication and thought
it would be a good thing. You will also refer to the
fact that both Mr. Saunters and the undersigned told
you, however, that you should not under any circumstances
use our organization either directly or indirectly for
the purpose nf promoting y-ur enterprise or securing
subscriptions.

I now have your letter dated May 28th, asking
for my photograph and I find from the Inland Sea letter-
head that you claim to be the Official Organ of the
Lakes-to-the-Gulf Deep Waterway Association, which
statement published on your letter head is without
foundation and you have no such authority from the
Lakes-To-the-Gulf Deep Waterway Association. I also
note on your letterhead that you have printed the names
of the Board of Governors of the Lakes-to-the-Gulf
Deep Waterway Association, as well as the officers,
including Executive Committee, in such a way as to convey
the'idea that your letters are written with the authority
of the LA4kes-to-the-Gulf Deep Waterway Association, and
in fact it would convey the impression that the Lakes-
to-the-Gulf Deep Waterway Association was back of your
publication, all rf which is absolutely without
foundation as you well know.

I think it is a presumption on your part to
publish the names of the Board and Executive Committee
of our Association in any way, shape or form on your
letterhead, and I shali write today to all the Board
and officers advising them that this has been done
without authority on our part and I consider it a piece
of presumption on your part.
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BOARD OF GOVERNORS
PRESIDENT
WM. K. KAVANAUGH, MISSOURI
FIRST VICE-PRESIDENT
DAVID R. FORGAN. ILLINOIS
SECOND VICE-PRESIDENT
M. J. SANDERS. LOUISIANA
THIRD VICE-PRESIDENT
S. M. NEELY, TENNESSEE
FOURTH VICE-PRESIDENT
J. L. HEBRON, MISSISSIPPI
FIFTH VICE-PRESIDENT
GREENFIELD QUARLES, ARKANSAS
SECRETARY
WM. F. SAUNDERS, MISSOURI
TREASURER
GEO. H. MUNROE, ILLINOIS
SERGEANT-AT-ARMS
HON. THOSE. M. HUNTER, ILLINOIS
JNO. M. PARKER, LOUISIANA
JUDGE WM. M. KAVANAUGH, ARKANSAS
R. R. BOURLAND, ILLINOIS
JAMES E. SMITH. MISSOURI
JAS. F. BUCKNER, JR., KENTUCKY
DREW MUSSER, MINNESOTA
THOSE. WILKINSON. IOWA
R. E. OSBORNE, WISCONSIN
HON. CHAS. SCOTT, MISSISSIPPI
JAMES S. WARREN. TENNESSEE
WILL. J. ZEVELEY. OKLAHOMA


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ARKANSAS ...........ACTING GOVERNOR JOHN I. MOORE
FLORIDA..............GOVERNOR NAPOLEON B. BROWARD
ILLINOIS..............GOVERNOR CHARLES S. DENEEN
IOWA.................GOVERNOR ALBERT B. CUMMINS
KANSAS...............GOVERNOR EDWARD W. HOCH
LOUISIANA............GOVERNOR NEWTON C. BLANCHARD
MAINE................GOVERNOR WILLIAM T. COBB
MINNESOTA..........GOVERNOR JOHN A. JOHNSON
MISSISSIPPI...........GOVERNOR IAMES K. VARDAMAN
MISSOURI............GOVERNOR JOSEPH W. FOLK
NEBRASKA .......... GOVERNOR GEORGE L. SHELDON
NORTH DAKOTA.......GOVERNOR JOHN BURKE
OKLAHOMA ..........GOVERNOR FRANK FRANTZ
OREGON ..............GOVERNOR GEORGE E. CHAMBERLAIN
TENNESSEE ...........GOVERNOR MALCOLM R. PATTERSON
TEXAS................ GOVERNOR THOMAS M. CAMPBELL
SOUTH DAKOTA.......GOVERNOR COE I. CRAWFORD
WISCONSIN ..........GOVERNOR J. 0. DAVIDSON


EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE
ILLINOIS
FIRST VICE-PRESIDENT D. R. FORGAN AND
E. S. CONWAY, OF CHICAGO
TREASURER GEO. H. MUNROE, OF JOLIET
R. R. BOURLAND, OF PEORIA.
MISSOURI
PRESIDENT W. K. KAVANAUGH
JAMES E. SMITH AND
SECRETARY W. F. SAUNDERS, OF ST. LOUIS
ARKANSAS
JUDGE WM M. KAVANAUGH, OF LITTLE ROCK
FIFTH VICE-PRESIDENT GREENFIELD QUARLES,
OF HELENA
MINNESOTA
DREW MUSSER, OF LITTLE FALLS
LOUISIANA
JNO. M. PARKER or NEW ORLEANS
MISSISSIPPI
ALEXANDER Y. SCOTT, OF ROSEDALE
V. H. FITZHUGH, OF VICKSBURG
WISCONSIN
R. E. OSBORNE, OF LA CROSSE
TENNESSEE
P. P. WILLIAMS, OF MEMPHIS
M. T. BRYAN, OF NASHVILLE
AT LARGE
JAS. J. HILL, OF ST. PAUL


ST. LOUIS, June 6, 1907.


lion. 1apoleon B. Broward,
Tallahassee, Fla.
Dear Sir:-


A publication called The Inland Sea has
without authority from the Lakes-to-the-Gulf Deep
Waterway Association used the names of all of the
officers and Board of Governors, as well as the Executive
Committee of this Association on its official letter-
head in such a way as to give the impression or convey
the idea that the Lakes-to-the-Gulf Deep Waterway
Association was back of The Inland Sea publication.


This has been done without authority from
this Association and I fear that the purpose has been
to secure advertisements and sudscriptions either upon
a direct or indirect statement that the Lakes-to-the-
Gulf Deep Waterway Association was backing the Inland
Sea enterprise. This is absolutely not so and no
authority has been given the editor or the publication
called Inland Sea to use any names in furthering the
interest of that enterprise.


It is only fair to our Association that
its various members be informed on this subject. We
consider it a piece of presumption on the part of the
publication to use the names of the officers and Board
of this Association.
Very truly yours,




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F, P. CONE
ATTQRNEY-AT-LAW P 8ersona1
LAKE CITY, FLA.
June, 7tu. 1907,

Hon. N. B. Broward,

Tallahassee,Pla.
Dear Governort-
In regard to matter of the charges against the
Sheriff here will say that since my return home I nave found where he

has Stolen a great-deal more from the County in the way of constructive

mileage, and also charging for work he never performed, the fine and

forfeiture fund has long since been depleted, and is indebt, and the
combination he has with certain other persons tLere is no way to stop

the stealing, and our County will be bankrupted if tLe timing lasts
much longer, you will see by clipping of paper, containing letter from
the County Treasurer, if I haa the time ana the spare money I could

furnish you, several more cases wLere ae deliberately stole from the
County as in the ones you already i.ave,- I uave no personal feeling in







F, P. CONE
AT 1T y N E Y AT LAW
LAKE CITY, FLA.

in the matter at all, but when I know of my own knowledge that tLis

stealing is going on, I feel like it is my duty to call your attention

to it, the Escambia County cases are nothing compared, to what is going

on here in a small way, let me know if there a is any thing further

you want to know,

With best regards I am
Your friend





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In re Mamie V. Gately matter. June 11th 1907

Gov. N. B. Broward,
Tallahassee, Fla.
Dear sir:-
Yours in relation to the above matter received, and note
contents of same*
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EDWARD E. TANNER, Treasurer ,,
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Dear Sir:

The Democratic Society of Western New York is arranging

to publish a. full-page of Democratic sentiments in the Buffalo

Evening Times of July 3rd 1907. Will you kindly read th.e enclosed

editorial and send the Society a word of patriotic greetin- for the

symposilmn. If you prefer to express yourself on the sentiment

THE NEXT PRESIDENT MUST BE A DE.YOCRAT, we shall gladly ,ccept it.

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ATTORNEY-AT/rLAW Personal,
LAKE- CITY, PLA.
June, 14th. 1907,
Dear Governor:-
You will find enclosed some conclusive evidence where

the Sheriff has been stealing, now this is only a small matter still
hundreds of these amount up to several thousand dollars during the year,
the history of this matter is where he went down to Lulu, and arrested
two boys on the same day for wiicl they both gave bond at Lulu,
and he charged miliage in both of them and made hie account to show
tiat one was arrested on one day and one on the other day, and he
also charged eaci. of them with Jailing and releasing and transporting
each of them to Lake City to Jail wian Dotl of tiem were released at
Lulu, and came the uaxt next day on their own accord, to Court,
see Affidavit, of J. E. Inman who is a Naval stores man doing business

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LAKE CLTY, FLA.

is J. L. Ward, a saw mill man and promonant Farmer at Lulu, and you
will also see by Certified Copy of the cost bill in each case, now
Governor, there are hundreds of these kind of cases that, I can cite
you to only it takes time and money to get the conclusive evidence
in each case, and these are all White People, and as to the Negro cases
there are hundreds of them, but they are not so easy gotten as they
in most cases are unreliable and besides are afraid to testify, against
the Sheriff, I hope you will let me know something aoout this matter
as soon ac possible, as the County is loosing aoout $600.00 per month
and no way to stop it,
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ATTORNEY-AT-LAW Per0onal
LAKE CITY, FLA.
June, 16tL. 1907,
Hon. N, B. Broward,
Tallahkasee, Fla.,

Dear Governors-
Your letter of the 13tu. read. and in reply will say

that the Comriseion will not meet in Tallahassee, before the 24th.
as we could not get our Accountants ready before that time, and I will
not be in Tallahassee, before tiat time, but if you want to talk over
the Sheriff matter with me, let me know and I will run down to Tallahaase

one day to see you, I sent you some additional proof of the condition
of i the case a few days ago, which I consider conclusive evidence
that there is something rotten and I am satisfied that, the Escambia
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County stealing are small in comparsion to what is goingAhere.
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and when you take action, I want to talk over the matter of appointment
with you, as the condition here is suoh that something should oe done,





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ATTORNEY- AT- LAW Personal,
LAKE CITY, FLA.
I would be glad to bear from you at any time, witu beat regards to
Syou and all I am

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FILE "Personal."


~- ae, June 20, 1907.


librarian Supreme Court,
Tallahassee, Fla.
Dear Sir:

Will you please give bearer for me "Newell'on Slander
and Libel" and Oger on Slander and Libel,wand consider this re-
ceipt for same.
Respect flly,

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OFFICE OF LOCAL INSPECTORS
JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

June 12, 1907 JNS



Hon. Napoleon B. Broward,

Governor, State of Florida,

Tallahassee, Florida.

Sir:-

Your license and letter received requesting renewal of same. Enclosed find

officers oath which have sworn to before a Notary Public, inserting in brackets

whether native or naturalized citizen, also sign your name in full, return oath

to this office and license will be issued.

Respectfully yours,





U. S. Local Inspectors.


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Attorney-at-Law.
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