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Group Title: Correspondence, Business and Legal Papers
Title: Correspondence, Business and Legal Papers: August-September, 1907
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Finding Guide: A Guide to the Napoleon Bonaparte Broward Papers
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Title: Correspondence, Business and Legal Papers: August-September, 1907
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Dear Senator;-

SI wa. away from th- Capital when your Iptter rhivocd,

S hblae the delaT Is answering. I assure -ou that an a Tlication from

you for .a -position would. receive my very earnest c.n' careful consid-

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iZr. J. Blackman,

Tampa, Fla.,

Tear S r:- '

Sleaze accept my sincere thanks for '-:ur-kind invitation
to :drrees you on Labor Day at Tampa. If .. find it practicable for

Sce to be there I rill wire, yo,for I assure you I appreciate-the

opportunity offered me of addre:-sing the people of your city on

Labor Iay, and will avail myself of the pleaers if possible to do

so. '?iill1 wire you as soon as Id find cut whetherer I oan come or not.

V!ith kind 'g- yards and best isheM, -

Yours very truly,


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A.g, 29, 1907.


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lr dear ;rs. Basham:--
In reply to yonr letter of July 20th,- will say that I
regret exceedingly my delay in answering yoUr letter, but I have been

away fron the office for several weeks, and in the prfresi of work
incident upon my r-turn, I overlooked your conamrnlcation.

Referring- t the subject matter of 7onr letter, I think
that the best evidence I oan give yon that I consider the College' hre
a most excellent one, is to tell you that Joroa, r oldest daughter
is attending it- 'he ma tron, WiFrs. W. H. Riynolds, ts an exceptionally
fine woman, and the pupils all seem devoted to her,

I aR sending you under separate cover a catalogue of the
college.

Again regretting amy delay in answering, I bheg to remain,
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Hotel Chriambribin. Fortress :.onroe, Va.
rear-r a :- "-jor-

In aeknowl.edFing receipt of your favor of Aul8s

2;...t, will .ay that I appreciate exceedingly ydur follofinge upD and.

attending to the Anglr. matterr, and also for the trouble yoi :

took to obtain a return of these mone, rpid fnr trunk, at' ao'I 4.

I rep-ret excee i.nf'-l that you contracted a colrath.t-

proved so harmful and annoying to -you. 7I appreciate'W vry.

rtiot: your thouLghtfillness- in se.i.nC. the Auditor of the ",ar Depart-

iaent and obtaining the information ftirnished tme in reference

to the pay-rolls for Florida Soldiers, in the Indian Wars, from

49 to 58,.

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Major J.A.Dapray, U.S.Army,

The Hotel Chamberlin,
Fortress Monroe, Va.
Personal. August 21st/07.


My dear Governor:-
I have been intending to write to you for some days
past,but a very bad cold contracted on my return trip from New York
almost completely knocked me out for a while. And besides I was hoping
day after day to get a note from you telling me where you were,for
although Mrs Broward in her letter to Mrs Dapray,said you would proba-
bly remain a few days at Saluda with her and the children, the fact
that I had heard you tell officials in the Agricultural and Interior
Departments at Washington that you would probably be there again about
the 2oth,as I tnderstood,led me to think that you might visit Wash-
ington again before going back to Florida. But now I am assuming that
you have gone back to Tallahasseeand will send this note there.
I send enclosed my check for $10.83,which I think is
the exact amount I got from Maoy's for you on account of the returned
trunk. It took me fully four days to get that money back,and even then
I had to appeAl and complain to the higher authorities of the Macy store
before I could get the red tape out off and the money refunded.
I called at Vantine's.in N.Y. and delivered your message
and be agreed that the articles you had ordered would be shipped at once
in accordance with your directions.
Immediately after your departure from N.Y.that morning
I went down to the police station to see about Mr Angle,but finding
that he had been sent to the Magistrate's Court for arraignment, I went
there as quickly as possible and saw him. He had already engaged a
lawyer on Claude L'Engle's advice,he said,--a Mr Sullivan whom I sup-
posed L'Engle found at hand and took in emergency-but the next day
Mr Angle deemed it necessary to engage Mr Walker as advisory counsel
in accordance with the message of advice I had conveyed to him from you.
I wont go into thez matter now, except to say that I did all I gould
for Angle,even seeing the Judge (Barlow) and making known to the Judge
the degree and nature of the interest you felt in the matter,but the
Judge said that under the law he could not see his way clear to release
Angle except on bail and that the counsel knew how that bail could be
secured. Angle afterwards told me that he had been compelled to pay
his counsel,Sullivan,(I believe that was his name) .$100. for that bail
for 24 hours,and it was then that I urged Angle to let me put him in
touch with Mr Walker as you had recommended,and Angle agreeing I tele-
phoned to Walker telling him that you had suggested him as counsel for
Angle,explaining to him all the facts and he agreeing to do all he could
for Angle who,he said,had fallen into the hands of police court sharps.
Of course I knew nothing of that feature of the matter but I urged upon
Lawyer Walker your desire to see that Angle got justice at least,and
was properly taken care of,and Walker very courteously agreed that he
would do all he could for Angle if I would send him down to his office
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once for Walker's office. After that I did not see amch of Angle,except
upon the occasion when I met him with Congressman Clark of Florida, and
the latter said that he was expecting to get the matter fixed up through
some political friend. I urged Angle to write to you at once and he told
me that he would do so. It was about that time I received your telegram
and replied to it immediately by telegraph,telling you that Angle was
on bail to await the action of the grand jury and that lawyer Walker
hoped to av-id an indictment. I think you did a good service to Angle
in bringing him in touch with Walker,but of course it is not unlikely
that somebody else may have claimed credit for whatever was finally
done for Angle. I have not heard the result of it all but I had little
fear of anything more than trouble and a little money loss to Angle as
a result of his impetuosity.

I went up to the Auditor's office--the Auditor of the War De-
partment--and learned that it was practicable for you to secure the
names of all the persons j#who had rendered service to the U.S.in the
Indian Wars (1836-40)but it would be a big task as the Index Book showed
21 pages of Index to Pay Rolls of the Florida Militia for service in
those Indian Wars,averaging about 30 rolls to the Index page,which would
indicate thit there are about 600 rolls to be copied,and the Auditor
in accordance with rulings in other cases,especiallly in the recent pre-
cedent of similar request from the Governor of th e State of Washington,
said thgt although he would cheerfully have the rolls, copied for Florida
as he had done for 7ashington,tpe cost of the work would have to be charged
to the State. I promised to see him again and make known your wishes in
the matter.

I had a very pleasant interview with Secretary of War Taft, in
Washington,the other day,and in fact I made it a point to wait in Washing-
ton to see him. He is certainly a big man physically,mentally and politi-
cally,and I am sure that you ahd he would like eaohother very much.

Mrs Dapray has had a very nice letter from Mrs Broward and has
also written one to her and Miss Douglas,for thom a letter came here to
my care. I am very sorry that you are all gone from this section,for I
had looked forward to the pleasure of showing you all around the Exposi-
tion,and as soon as I co ldhave seen cerrin persons passes for yourself
and family would,I am surebeen sentbto you. Wont you tell me what your
plans are? The crowd is larger than formerly,but I still think the best
time to see the Exposition will be some weeks later. And yet the weather
is pleasant enough right now,and I wish sincerely you were all here.

Hoping to hear from you soon dear Governor,believe me with best
wishes in which Mrs Dapray joins, and with kind remembrances for Captain
Douglass,
Sincerely Yours,

Hon. N.B.Broward,
Governor of Florida,
Tallahassee, Fla.









SMITHWICK & WST J H.SMITHWICK
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ATTORNEYS AT LAW
PENSACOLA, FA.OR IDA

Aug.31,1907.




Hon.N.B.Broward,

Tallahassee,Fla.

Dear Gov.Broward:-

You are aware,of course,that Escambia County is

in the throes of a "wet or dry" election. People are lining up and

being made td line up on the question. Pensacola has a population

unlike 1hat of other cities or towns in Florida,excepting,possibly,

Taripa,and there are many of the better class of citizens who think

it perfectly decent and respectable to belong to the "wet" side.

However,some little ripple of talk has been created by the expres-

sion of Senator Mallory that he was not in imjpathy 'ith ith prohi-

bition movement. I have been requested,by two different gentlemen

here,who mix in politics a ,'ood deal,to write to 7ill Bryan and sug-

gest that he make the race against Mallory and make prohibition an

issue of the ca:.pai;rn. The request was made to me because they

think I know Mr.Bryan better than either of them d(oes, one of them

not being personally acquainted with him at all. It was also sug-

gested that if he didn't want to oppose Senator Mallory,he should

run for Governor.

I have not written to Mr.Bryan nor shall I before hearing fror

you. (I am thoroughly an administrationn man"). I am giving: you

this for your own information,and in the hope that you riight use it


With ver- kind personal re-ards,I am
Yours,with great reLpect,


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August 31, 1907.


R. s W. Br raw Co., '

Jacksonvilae, Fla.

Gentlemen:

The Governor directs am to enclose hereWith chook fc

Three Dol3s ra and Seventy-one. Cents ( $.l, t. oover b:ill also

enclosed. Please receipt same and retiirn to 'me

Respectfully .


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.?oo4 luck and an early return.

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MARIANNA, FLA.,
Hon. NI.B. Broward,

Tallehasse,-, Fla. '-

Your Honor :


9/2/07.


Yours at hand in reference to the price that I will charge

for the ?opies of the voters of this County, will say that tile price

that I a selling them at is $12.50, and think, this a reasonable price

as they are taken directly from the revised registration books of the

"ounty and only consist of the white voters, and have taken special

care to se, that post Office arl.ress of each and every one is correct.

If one of these is wanted, let me hear from yo .,

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Gov. N. B. Broward,

Tallhassee, Fla.

Dear sir:- Personal, Gately Note, Balance due.

On Last Monday per instructions received from M1r. 1-. A. Brown

who called me up over the phone, I drew a draft on you for $100.00 to

settle the above matter. lie stated that you asked hfmi to, phone me, and

that on last Tuesday when you returned to Tallahassee you would pay
the draft and thus close the matter.
I have inquired at the collection department of the Bank today and

they inform me that they have heard nothing from the draft, therefore

it must be as yet unpaid.
I iam sorry that the matter still remains unsettled, and would re-

quest that as a favor to me you would either send me check by return

mail or pay the draft, otherwise I will be forced by you to take steps

I earnestly do not desire to take.
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Hon.N,.B.Broward,

Tallahassee,Fla,

Dear Sir:-

In reply to yours of the 30th.ult.I have to say that a careful

search of the records of this Hospital fails to show that any one by

the name of Ben Franklin has ever been a patient here;

It is possible that he may have been committed under and alias

as has been the case with others. Can you give me the date of his com-

mitment,by whom committed and from what county?

I might perhaps locate him under some other name if I hnd

this data.
Very respectfully


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Personal.
"Septemtber 4,41907.
Cart. ::'ntcalxn Broward, -
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Dear
Dear :3rv1ther;-
I.cabtled Fdawer e, N-ssau for prices on ceaar and
ri :vIie 6Ad not r e.pv bj cable,. ebut'~ T Te just roceivea a
letter 4ron h.-im staat.in' tPlt ileA -tth k- c-1rieady completed ,rxrangments
to sce. a11*the rrte and and ce d e sar elsetL ere, or in other wiors it
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I. an s.ndcint- you' today, by e..lj'.F, the psin:.le column

half tonO cut, for whih you-i ade request in your letter of ,~g~ast

28th. After you have nse&d this out, please r-eturn it, as It 1; the

prorp.rty of 'Qh Capital City :lablishhing Cot, of T.llphassee, Fe..

Sith kind regards,

Y- ours very truly,


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JOHN C. FISHER,
Editor and Manager. Established 1885 b George Fipher.
SELDEN FISHER,
Advertising Manager.
T.' , 'THE EV ING CITIZEN ]
The Home Newspaper of THE EV ING CITIZEN
Cairo.
,.THE WE EKLY CITIZEN
The Only Republican Paper THE
in Alexander County.
Member Printers' Ink's
Roll of Honor. ...The Citizen Company...
United Press Telegraph PUBLISHERS.
Service.
Servi. CAIRO, ILLINOIS,
Aug. 28, 1907.

Gov, N. B. Broward,
Tallahassee, Fla.
Dear Sir--Could you furnish us a single ooluIn half tome out of yourself

to be used in oonneotion with the visit of President Roosevelt to Iairo

on Bot. 3d? A prompt response will be appreolated*
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C.,)t. Cha-s-. Garner,
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Dear Sir:

Tn aorknno. le. rj.i.' T .. '"!r- :tr estrn ed. i .' or ot'

August P.1st. in ;vhich youn cl-. ::.. .-.:Knrion to my :.3-: du1 n.tMo

I ask I -iP.t yo Ilet the maat- o-r ,tt li nniil. :X re:-ieI:wh Jai-ksnnille

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by y-ju, to pry ymn for the prrm.imum on :'.,icy ".F23.748, paR:able j.n

six nonths. c-y roconol s o.ion -; t'- ." y'oru i merw I7Tu coulo riv. ;i,:e

nine monthss, so I jn6g'e- thit. it I de.sit'r nine rmoths, at the il.d

of the six, I nFn get it.

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eo. '.-1lson. It is re.ny-;,.-. in svfrfti ,..a".

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THE EQUITABLE LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY
OF TH UNITED STATES
120 ROAD Y NEWYORK

J. S. COLES, JR., GENERAL AGENT, Sept* 3rd, 1907
414-416 DUVAL BUILDING, JACKSONVILLE,.
JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
M. L. MCILVAINE, AGENCY CASHIER.

Gov. N. B. Broward,

Tallahassee, Fla.

Dear Sir:-

I have the pleasure of enclosing you Policy No. 1533.747

for $5,000, premium $148.10, made payable to your wife as beneficiary,

policy issued in all respects, exactly as applied for. I wish to con-

gratulate you upon securing this policy, so promptly. I enclose you

copy of my letter written to Mr. Geo. T. Wilson, at the time the appli-

cation was forwarded, asking him to have the policies rushed through,

which explains itself.

I also have the pleasure of enclosing you policy No.

1533,748, the extra insurance applied for, attached to which is blank

note which kindly fill out and sign, making same payable at such time

as will suit your convenience, without interest, as I would like very

much indeed to deliver you this extra policy, although you are in no

way bound to accept same. However, I regard this special policy as

the best possible policy at this time, guaranteeing the greatest amount

of protection at the least cost.

Trusting to hear from you at an early date, stating that

you have accepted this extra $5,000 policy, premium $148.10, I beg to

remain,

Yours truly,


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Miss Tertrude T; zialnski,

."nnsOola, Fla.

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jr non nef .for R.o HhoiYr riPtnr rol.y tO0 your Ie tter

of Alfl-st 3.st.

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ca rip.ri.n on thr .-.n-ih.n t.

T. ppretlnste very much your '-riting tha+. you give ne this

information that I miht1 usne it in ma hl:-i- i .for !y:;o.l.f. I do not

acre to write Rny more on that linn for ti-rp pRFsent, "iut 7+ aFsSh.r

youe hat appreniate the position trken by yon. Probably will

be abh3r 'o s:-;- i;r:: 4n you later on.

Again thanking yon .for the information oontpined in ynur

letter, beg to remain,

YourA very truly,


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Form No. 1. M. T.
THE WESTERN UM IN I9 RAPH COMPANY.
NoO ,ED
24,000 OFFICES IN AMERIC A SER ICE TO ALL THE WORLD.
ThisCompanyTRAN.M ITS and DELIVERS messageson yo dito j i ab hch havebeen assented t b aesenderofthefollowingmessage.
Errors can b.guar.led against only by repeRtinga message back toi n t isoand theCompany i old itself hableforeerrordeoas
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days after the message is flied with the Company for transmission.
This isan U.L. LEPL.ATLU M ESSAGE, and isdevered by requestofthesender,undertheconditlousnamedabove.
ROBERT C. CLOWRY, President and General Manager.


MONEY TRANSFERRED BY TELEGRAPH.
MONEY TRANSFERRED BY TELECRAPH.CBLOFCE


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Receiver's No. Time Filed Check


SE ND the following message subject to the terms
on back hereof, which are hereby agreed to. 1907.
S llahassee Fla. 'ept 10, 1907.



Mir. I;. B. Broward,
Melrose Inne
Saluda, N. C.

Br read, to leave for home Saturday morning,. I will be there

Friday. writing g you now.

.RB. Broward.

Chg. ix. Office.


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&LL MESSAGES TAKEN BY TIllS COM PANY ARE SUBJECT TO THE FOLLOWING TEk l ,
To guard against mistakes or delays, the sender of a message should order it REPEATED; that's
:eiegraphed back to the originating office for comparison. For this, one-half the regular rate is charged
a addition It is agreed between the sender of the following message.and this Company, that said
Company shall not be liable for mistakes or delays in the transmission or delivery, or for'non-delivery o. '
any UNREPEATED message, beyond the amount received for sending the same; nor for mistakes or delay
in 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 is
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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 INSUiRED.
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 messages, viz, one per cent. for any distance not exceed:
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accepted at one of its transmitting offices ;.and if a message is sent to such office.by one of the Company' rt
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The Company will not be liable for damages or statutory penalties in any case where theclaim Ii
not presented in writing within sixty days after the message is filed with the Company for transmission
ROBERT C CLOWRY,.Presldent and General Manager.
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Dear Sir:

I h-g to acknorvled;re reinn, of your letter of "~pt,

9th, and I thank you for youmr kind minCre.:3tIon in r -.qr& to t.lne note,

hut I will not t:re.. advantage of it, unless' Z find it noinessary,v

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J. S. COLES, JR., GENERAL AGENT,
414-416 DUVAL BUILDING,
JACKSONVILLE. FLA.
M. L. MCILVAINE, AGENCY CASHIER.

Gov. N. B. Broward,
Tallahassee, Fla.


JACKSONVILLE, Sept 9th, 1907


Dear Sir:-
I beg to acknowledge receipt of your favor of the 5th inst.

enclosing note for $148.10, and wish to thank you cordially, for your

acceptance of the extra policy for $5,000, and the note which you sent,

for the premium.
Regarding the note, I beg to say that I made same read,

"With interest after maturity" so it will be without interest for the

six months given, and if at maturity, you desire three months longer
time, I shall be most pleased to renew same for you.
Again thanking you, I beg to remain,
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:"r. ChRs. F. Eaton,

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Dear Sir:

TIn reply to your letter of Sept, 10th, beg 1;o advise

you thaft T will norrmnir.ts :wilh you fi:rthevj in rpgiird to lthe mitfter

of which you write, sorle,; 3.i net;: ;arek. I a.n goin 1o :Nnrth i'c:rolinp.

to brinjc r' f&..:ily home i;toay., Fl l 7. ill F.ee v':h.t c'..n d, F; ~soon

as I rr.turn. I would be very fl.i, ic h:'ve your serviLers, if I can0

find a afy tn h.n;lP tLel'J..

V;ith kind regrdis,

Yolurs" very truly,



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SI hnj to advise you thftt I arP mzw.ninr you this day,

q unrer nser-.rate noeFr, lr-.te p;t.+.o'r--rh of r'he T'overnor, s per

your. letter of .-.eptrem.ber Ir th, to hb user in connect ton v.i;th

his visit to ;;t,, ouis, (Octoher 2nd.

I. th ..ini -regf rdsi(n1

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AND SUNDAY LOUIS POST-DISPATCH. CIRCULATION
PUBLISHED BY THE PULITZER PUBLISHING CO.

ST. LOUIS. Mo. September 10, 1907.

Gov. Napoleon B. Broward,
Tallahassee, Florida.
Dear Sir :
Will you kindly mail to the Post-Dispatch at your ear-
.liest convenience, a late photograph of yourself to use in con-
nection with your visit to this city at the time of President
Roosevelt's coming, October 2nd, and oblige-
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GEO. F. ADAMS, MANAGER
FORTRESS MONROE, VA.
September 15th/07.

My dear Governor:-

I thank you for your two re-
cent letters in reply to mine respecting ##S
"Florida Day"at the Exposition here. I at oxce
made known to the Director of Special Events,the
fact that you would be unable to be present on
that day,but it seems that the Exposition authori-
ties had already given out to the press the an-
nouncement that you would be here, and it was pub-
lished the day following the receipt of your tele-
grabl. What the Exposition people are after now
is money,and they are advertising the Exposition
in every possible way to attract people. By fix-
ing State and city and town days,they make special
events for thich the railroads can legally make
special rates,and inasmuch as people who want to
come to the Exposition *re benefitted,no one is
likely to complain,even though there is more or
less deception in the advertised special events.

I understand that a recent let-
ter from Colonel Brown announces that although you
will not be present he will be here and will make
a speech on Florida Day,and su-gesting the desire
that-, Goverpor Swanson and President Tucker make th
usual. w coming addresses;but ofcourse,as two of
the high Exposition authorities stated to me(and I
knew before), the Governor of Virginia could hardly;
be expected to make speech introducing a State
Commissioner,but President Tucker will make an ad-
dress of welcome to all Floridians,and likewise to
citizens from the Shenandoah Valley who will share
with Florida the honors of the Exposition tiMJ#f
on September 25th.

Hoping that you and all the
family have returned safe and well to Tallahassee







HOTEL CHAMBERLIN OJ
GEO. F. ADAMS, MANAGER
FORTRESS MONROE, VA.

after your summer outing,and that that this will
find you and Mrs Broward pleasantly occupied in
the arrangement of things in your new home,be-
lieve me with sincere regards and kind remembrance
for all,in which Mrs Dapray 3oins,

Sincerely your friend,


Honorable N.B.Broward,
Governor of Florida
Tallahassee, Fla.

P.S.

I gave a newspaper clip ing to L'Engle,who
was here the other day,which I had been intending
to send to you to read,but L'Engle kindly said he
wanted it to publish as an ofset or rebuttal to
that scurrilous article which ## was copied in th
Sun from the so-called "Arms and the L7an",--and
L'E. promised to show the clipping t: you. the
editor of the"Arms and the "Ian"is a friend Of Gen.
Foster who was with F. at the National Rifle Match
camp in Ohio at the time that mean article was
published or written against you an me--but of
course the earmarks were eawily detected. "en. F.
is going pretty far,however,in the opinions of peo-
ple up this way,when he undertakes to criticize or
attack the Governor of his State who is his conmman.
der-in-chief. Indeed,dear Governor I wish you coulU
hear if~e pf the things people in the military ser-
vice.are saying about Foster's attitude and actions
respecting you and me i4 this matter. However,I
am still keeping out of the papers,and mean to"lay
low"until my time comes,as it surely will come,Cod
grant,some day to let people know the facts and
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ship, '. hn:tever they ar, :. 1:,v.- ;Leen, .'iu .:i +hat 'ort.y e-t',

L.h.'o lbe n i ile;; by pn r.;i -'O t pointe; i, in ?l...st mo, : I :-."y; r;o ,

;by a "epublicn:n ;rns:ideRnt.

'"hr npl of o the country arc nntitle,- to the very best

service thpt wn repn.,'rerd by .~'on of. the loftj.est p.triotis+n.

I do not think ttt any nrm is fit for office, unle.s; he in

nl'most every official not obsnrvne f nsnin-' in npno.ruiJ.e vino., v.

people that he rnpreR-nts in the position 1. hich h'1 occuplea. -No













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person should be -appointed to one of thesp positions, "whose heart

does not beat in sympathy with the hartheFat of h .u. nityv" and who

does not truly; love nnd syhtpnthl.o with the great miass of the peo-

ple of his country. A. person nnot b4ceone the best official,

rho does not, not ,only lovn nnd syripathine witn the people df

hir. country, but- -,hone heart i- not+ aJ.~w filled rith hope,

-nJ.l v-ho does no+ only hl v --refrn nridA in, ns wpll. as hnpcr for the

- futuree of hi.r pople. Court' r.n hi, p.1 n1 nonefty vf 1n'r 'one

.r.r qer .-*'+.t1.EP that of n'tr 1-.- nI. l- I.- q p e by r rubi-. i r.ffi-

c al., buit' he houi.i r.sn 0'r- +,) ". 'I.- &h.i r- I nr,-rae

.to.

S i i.1. o .'- O.c'i nu lbl c -'t t.i" 1' 1 '-i f" ,('! ne o.0

endorrnC hir:,, th .i hE e...'.tn : hi" ci.-._'nl ,., .n Y i lee i l 1. 1..

in 'srrydnthy v.iPh th- n'i.-.; as of the .(o ,Ir of. the n.untry, that ho

posseSaes (conrage anTi undes .ttrnds merin to quit-, n r.' -'mlrkPbln die-

garee, and I believe that he would mnke a ronid United ::t;'tos T:ia-

triot Attorney, but I do not oare to endorse him, un.ltes; tnr. of

his party, whose endorsrmnnts v:ill probably effetuaHte thr Fary;oint-

ment, are disposeCd to Also frvor his appointirent, a r realize

that there,-are diffe.-renes in a.ll party lines, that the ontl.ider

Snot only is not expeotnd to know, but does not knov anything aRtonut,

-thernfore if 1 am treading upon d- nrnrous political gFr'ouim, .in

this nrttor, I hope that I nay bh pardoned, on ancoront of miy lack

of intinratn knowledge of thF politilol aRfairs. of that party. I

would be glad to hear from you.

.';ith kind regards,.
Yours very t ly

















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c~nn or'an .'z,\t :n .. c j. .i tt. wi.'. rec.tvo t];,. :.noint.eu nt as Tis-

tri.ct attorneyy, .(.f :ns .illl rnxf endorse t*a .:epulinr,-n/pT. hnve some

views as to who will r: ke a ,oodl Rep'bli- n i'triCJ: Attorney.

T an interested in the nppointnmnt oft a District Attorney,

having been honoree byv the people of vlorida by el.etion t.o ;he

highest office in their gift, -rInd feel that, it is rma duty to

do everything, thnt* reasonablly c;.n to seciryn for the prople of.

Florida the very best officials that T oan. The Republionts of

Florida ar- charged with great responsibility. The -resident of

the United States is a Republican, nti the Republicana have been

in charge of National affairs of the country for thirty-two out


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c; forty years, therefore the federr'l judgeshIp and federal attor-.

neyships, v.herever the? are and have been, during that forty

Z years, have be-n filled by persons appointed, in al:o:-'. very

instance,. by a Repnbliom-n president.

'Che p.qpln oX the oonntry are entitled to the v.ry best

snrvior t'--t noa., hb r,-ndie-r&e by rmen of the loftiest patriotism, .(

do no -hti.tn t.at: nyn;' nn is .:'it; for office, imless he in almost.

'" ovary offi.nttl ';t. ol .-rvnes pr- :inp' ir p-nornJ.n v.Hev, the peo;pl

that hlie. r: r---:, ntr: in Ih L -*o.-.1.; *.on s...1.:i h }n ,cii:-piei ,. ,au-; A -r:'.-cr






hona, hrf e. : t,- ird in., s w l a I h. ,or tu.- .Ut1r f.i:


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tndorepl him, that .t believe hi::.capab:h ;and .*"rhi : beli>Ve th.at he is
in Srily bthe itn h the mc s of the e ... Ole o tC lnontry, th.t0.1 he 1
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-h d .sa s no o rit .g ;t< : ::,' r-o:.- ; .i"h ;J. '..a ra~l ::i :'e ,

but V..hOmp hoar, is o'f n 'o.'.',l.S fil..d L .j.3.n jC),Ie ani,. ho io:3 flg

only hrve groat pride in, us re!.! ns hopn ."or th,' '.uturp of '. i:;

people. Coirat.o, abilit, and honesty .I. .:.r:on m.re aiu.lit.e.s

that of eolsie shoul d bwon posnessBd ay a pngoli-ui o'.i4., bist; he houl

also po-sess those attributes above rnforrad to,

T ,.-i7.1 saFy of' the one "-epubllonn that h, s rsked me. to

endorse him, that I believe hi::. capable and Y belleve that. he is

in sympathy with the masses of tho people of the nountry, that he

possesses oourage and tmdaerst.nds men to quit- a rerarkab1in dg.'raee,

and I believe that he would make a good United states District At-

torney, bnt I do not care to endorse him, unless those of his

party, whose endorsnnr:nts will probably effeotnate thn nnnointnent,














.an. };. :;. C. o 3.

qrn fiispioned to also favor his EaLnipointrflnt, af .T realizPe that there

are differences in all. parLrty .lin.:, that thfs outsider is cot only

not expected to know, but does nnot knov. an,.l',t8. about, therefore

if I rn 1:rea.aing? upon dangerous p oltlfil.J. .round, in this matter,

T ho'r' .;;& 7 PaRy bo par.ionrsed, on acr?.1/f4l cfr my Inck of Intirreta

knoA.l, -,3 o." I.t ,,.i-ic2i .l. ffi:-irf. of thIO-.f. rairt;,. I would. be l*ald

to hear 3'Ton m ,'ii.


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THE WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH COMPANY.
INCORPORATED
28,000 OFFICES IN AMERICA. CABLE SERVICE TO ALL THE WORLD.
ROBERT C. CLOWRY, Pmeeldent and General Manager.
Receiver's No. Time Filed Check


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

TallahasseR, Fla., Stpt. 19, 1907

Ji LoAb & Song

Cincinnati, Ohio.

Ship one or both suits ordered by me at narlient poi .9ible moorrnt,
one
Need 11R1Il by 27th,

Chg. Rx. Off. N.B.Broward, Govprnor.


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I GiiHl E 11SSAGRE. .

ALL. NIGHT MESSAGES TAKEN BY THIS COMPA~IY ARE SUBJECT TO THE FOLLOWING TERI:
The Western Union Telegraph Company will receive messages, to be sent during the night, for
delivery not earlier than the morning of the 'eixt ensuing business day, at reduced rates. ,
To guard against mistakes or delays, the render of a message should order it REPEATED: that is,
telegraphed back to the originating office for comparison. For this, one-half the regular rate ;s charged
in addition. Ir is agreed between the sender of the following message and this Company, 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 delays in the transmission or delicry, or for non-delivery of any REPEATFD message beyond
ten times the sum received for sending the same, unless- specially insured, nor in any case for delays
arising frim 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
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 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 regaiding messages attaches to this Company until the same are presented and
accepted at one of its rr.insiitting office s; and if a message is sent to such office by one of the Company's
messengers., lie 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 thirty days after the message is tiled with the Company for transmission.


ROBERT C. CLOWRY, President and General Manage,.


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Personal. 2

Sept. 19, 1907.





Mnjor J A. D)apray,
Hotel Chamberlin, Fortress Monroe, Va.

Dear Major:

In acknowledging receipt of your esae-r:md fevor of

September 15th,.will say that I am glad to know that you and

Mrs. Dapray are well, and I thank you exceedingly for the patriotic

service you are rendering Florida i attending to the matters that

ooe up for attention, in relation to the Jamestown Rxposition.

I herewith entlosei to you copy of a letter written by

'me, some tiUae ago, to General foster, I regret to Say that I

thought that I had sent you a copy at the time, but I neglected to

do. so.

With sincere regards to ra, Dapray and yourself,

in which Irs. Broward joins me, I beg to remain,

Tears very sincerely,


./ Governor.


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Sept. 19, 1907.




Hon. W. H. Baker, -
Jacksonville, Fla.
Dear Judge:
In acknowledging receipt of your esteemed favor of Sept-
ember 14th, will nay that I will call on you and talk over the bas-
iness matter of which you write, the first time I am in town,
which I expiet will be in a few days. I do not know exactly what
SI can Ao, as there seems to be no let up to the quite long existing
stringency in the money market. I find it almost as difficult to
carry a debt of fne hundred dollars today, an it was to carry a
. debt of a thousand dollars, six months'ago.

With sincere regard and best wishes I beg jo remain,

Tours very truly,


D./ Governor.









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'on. J. I. Buford,
.uincr, ila.,

Sear. *ir:-

'he m .tter of enrjiorelneg candidates for th.e position
of ::.ted Sintes ;-.Jtrict. Attorney is not seriously remhanrassing

me, in :.Zct I o" not feel embarrassed at all because the candidates

:.ho :ave talked to me are of such a broad minded character that

te.0; do not e ,.ect irplossibilities, nor Ab they ex. ect unwise

action on m rV rrt. I ha'-e -.ritten several letters, not partionlarly

ci inrsinr; n- one. of three, yu,.urself .included,more thvt another

and vwhen Y;ou'co ne to -allahassee, whether I am here or not, ask

my Trivateto 'ecretar; or iiss Tonglas or ,irs. Hopkins to let yu

see copies oL'f t. oletoters written on the subject,as they explain

t'l.(i selveu ,iandl,in my judmlE:fnt, tse; will be, go far as they have

rone, sn;tiLf:ictorl to you anr; I ,*esire yo. to feel perfectly; free

to tal-.lo or -:r.ite about ti.e :iuzttor nnd not'feel that I am beingg

en b,.raased by it. I atm sure t;.i t we are both working; to aoco,.; lish

the .c .
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r& yo se veral 40 o wt;. trf e to writl
re idnt' t'9ena rment ro i'when we: in al d;

't..eb up-to date I hae Waflt nothing from you upon the matters,
.'. :' _, '. .. . I -* . d . t', . Y. .U .
I ; s have heard' it rumore4 thatr you considered yourself ii a'
iort te position riegarto this atterin tath MHod.ge,r.
-; "ai my:. lf are eaoh loolkig to you or aid. .
O .. Nw.Qvernor ares of the Ifao that' i Oonpidered thi
atter 'tle when. I left SaludaI do not wish- to be the oause of
o: beingplad oin l.ti 3d$sirable position ad. I sincerely wish yow i
.*...to tak toourse- yo deem most advisable in the matter :gardles t


Mr.Oubberly and myself are-the only persons, who s pamea have
m ii,: toned in conneation with the matter, who have any show to get
t plaoe ,nd. .be ohoioe at present stands thus to be mad.. This is
; ..ot a mer opinion of min-e based upon the desire to win,but I
U, e every reason to feel sure that the statement is not in the least
: an exagg er I shall -be n Tallahassee within a few days and
will go over the entire matter with you privately and will bring some
* : docents with me. Please consider this letter confidential.
1....... os*;:,With kindest regards'I am,
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Sept, 20, 1907.


lr. W. M. Clemaen8s,
Memphi.a ews Soimitar:,i ; . v
-Memphis, enin.
I a sending you today, underr separate coveri, one W
wn photographs, as requeated by you in your letter of Septem-
ber 17th. I will endeavor to forward uy speech tS a day or two;
it is not yet co .pleted.
'ith kcind regards v '
SYours very tmruly,
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September O0, 1907.




Colonel E. I. RGnnby,

Tampa, Fla.
Dear Sir:

I will take a trip to Keokuk, Iowa, and there be a guest
of Governor Cu#nings end aid in entertaining President Roosevelt,

then proceed the night of the first of October to St. Louis, together
with a number of other Governors and the thesident, and there we will

take steamer for M1emphis, Tenn., and at Memphia, on the 4th of the

month, speeches will be made, under the auspices of the Lakes to
the Gulf Deep 'Waterway Associationg whose guests we will be from

St. onuls.

Would it be convenient for you to go to Keokuk or St.
Louis?, at that time? I understand that you and the President are

good friends, and iy opinion is that I could arrange matters so

that you would be one of tho party down the astissippt-. You will

remember that I had some talk with you, 41lout threb or four months

ago. t have reasons for asking that you keep this letter strictly

private for the present. Z think that I will leave on or about the

.27th of this month.

With high regard, I beg to remain,

Yours very truly,


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"Personwl." -

September 20, 1907.



Governor M. 7. Ansel.
Golwubia, S. C.

Dear Governor:
X do not know whether you are a money-making man or not.

I hope that you.aret, or Rt least tha t you know more about it than

do .
I rocol.l ot tIhat you told me that lands with only pine

stiumns thereon, in your state, were bringing good prices per acre.
I know of a track of land, from which the sawlogs have not been

cut, or the trees boxel, hut not heavily tlimbered at all; the track

contains thirty thwasand acres, and a careful estimate of the
mtiber of feet of standing pine timber on it, is fifty-two million
feet. I suggested to the owner that I would like to have the right

to sell it. 3y request was 6acoeeded to, he agreeing that Mhe would

t ake $4. per Rnre for the land, a lowing me 5~ commission upon
the' sale at that prioe, and that I could take whatever in excess of

p4. per acre I onuld get An addition for the land. The owner prid

.3. an acrn for a portion of it, I thonpht perhaps vyo could seonre
a price anywhere from $4. to 6. per acre, from the prices yno

told me land was selling for in your State. I think there are





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Governor. H; F. A.#2.

several oombinations of rich lmnA byerm here, who are attempting

to keep down the price of land, though contracts have been made for
more than a million aores by nome outside part or parties, thq

methods of proceeding being very similar to those generally pur-

suod by Standard Oil. The price oontraoted to be paid .for the land/
in nven t it s taken, rangingn from ?5* to $8, per anore and the

land contracted for can only be used for naval stores or saw mill

purposes.
If you can sell the land mention ed for $4.' per aore, I

an willing to divide equally the % 50 on purchase price, and if

you can sell for more per nore, I will be very willing to divide

equally all in excess of the $4. per anre that you can get for

tho land. If you oare- to try to sell it, write me to that offeot,
and I will not attempt to sell. it to anyone here, until I have

written to you noti.ying you to that effect.
With sincere rejnawe,
Yours very truly,


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:;ept, l. 1907.





Hon. W. B. Crawford,

Editor jena.rnola New s,

?ensarorLa, i7P.

Dear Str:

I forwarded you, TY yestonraa's mail, tnn photographs .

as requested. I regret that I dit. no, comply g:ith your ro qst

-more promptly, but I harT had ,many rewquents of n siiliiar nRtlrnO

within the last fnv weeks, and my supply of likenessea ran outa

With kind regaRd.,

Yours very truly,


GovernorT


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