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Group Title: Correspondence, Business and Legal Papers
Title: Correspondence, Business and Legal Papers: Undated 1907
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This Company TRANSMITBSand DELIVERSmesages onlyon conditions limiting is liability, which have been assented by the sAder olowingm
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TJhis is an r EPEATE ID WIESAGE, and is delivered by request of the ender, under the conditions named above.
ROBERT C. LOWRY, President and General Manager.

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Error can The awarded against only by repeating a message back to the sending 5tacion for comparison, and ie Com w lny will not hold IUsol lahle for errors or delays
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ROBERT C. CLOWRY, President and Ceneral Manager.


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Denr Friend:-

This letter is to "'ish you a hn-.'r.' holiday -e n, nna to

thnian' you for your patrona.n of Stetson University lam' T.ri.. ..

did all in our powr to advance the education of e7ery one. of oui

'u-::ils and ho-.e you are pleased with the result. ;9 Chall be .-:&'1'

Ito have your patronage agein next Ter:.;, .nd we 1.ill aprireciate you:

-in -inss very mLuch if you will speak a good word for :tetoonr U:L-.

versity to your frienr.:T a:..' neighbors ,:;-, have c(:h]..-rn c.1 -nou ;n .

to att.n ar.y of cL.. nine Schools at t.'etson.

In our work for the children of the State, -:e *. rfontinualn.1

striving to bring the wor k up to thie :.l l:-; t point .- "Cfliei-nc;

.:,n we should be greatly helped if ,e could have the hearty co-

operation of all the p'rr.ets-. Mray we count on you? \,' earrCest y

ask you to write to us occasionally. Te can always do ro -e for a

pupil when we have an acquaintance with the home folks. We are her..

to s?-:,' you. e need your support in maintaining our high standards?

Sof scholarship and in enforcing our excellent discipline and order,

,.hiich are on the hi:l.ost plain at Stetson.

Please accept our best wishes that you :uy have a Merry

-.riatmas, and a 'iapr:- New Year.

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Guam, the Philippines, China. Japan etc.,
and at Vctloria, B. C., with' Pacific Cable
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Errorscanbeguardedagainst onlybyrepeatinga esage back to hesendmg station for comparison, and theOompany will not hold tsel lableforerrors er delas
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Thissan UNREPEATED MESSAGE, and is delUvered by request o thosender, under theconditions namedabove.
ROBERT C. CLOWRY, President anrl General Manager.

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THE WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH COMPANY,
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,LSomp nyTRANSMn TS and DELIVERS messagesonlyoncoqditions limiting labirywhich have beenassented to bythesenderofte of wingm
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This is an U NBEPEAIED MESSAG ., and is debrered by request of the sender, under the conditions named above./ /
ROBERT C. CLOWRY. President and General Manager. //_

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Jacksonville Fla 6/8
Gov N B Broward
Tallahassee, Fla.
Awaiting reply to our invitation trust acceptance will follow, will
be gratified if ypu and Military Staff can come Anxious to -
know so as necessary arrangements Ala be made for opera
and parade. Your German constituents will give you a hearty
reception.
Maj J Bumbinger, Marshall of'Parade.
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Cable Company, Four Cables of the Anglo-
American Telegraph Company, and One
S Cable of the Direct United States Cable Co.
(j Direct Wires to Galveston, Texas, con-
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to Australia and New Zealand.
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from justice and located in your St~ta would you on demand
deliwr him to the proper authority, /s,


An Address to the Gomrnors of the States.


In asking the above qwastion there In c<-ly
one object in vlow and t is t* aLJ. CL ts;ne ns y have the
same and 7tqual lights both as to the Protoetion of the
Constitution of Thw I ritod Stat s and to whataver puai saennt
Wsr be due for crime.




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Is the Constitution of The Un ted States upheld by each

individual StatA or dos he Internal Laws of each State differ
when Citizenshitp of the Uhited States s affected*

An Address to the Governors of States.

In making an address upon the above named
question to the Governors of the Several States that make up

The Union termed The United States Of America I do so that it
may be fully determined what rights Citizens of State s have

under The Union of States comprising The United States and as
the life or liberty of- each individual,both Governor and Citizen,
may be affected I beleive that as there seems to be a difference
of opinion in this matter as expressed by tho Laws of the
Several States it should receive the attent on of all before

the time arrives when we should like to know the answer without
a moments thought and when it may affect or sopordize the

interests of The Union as a Whol..


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THE WESTERN WNKTON TELEGRAPH COMPANY.
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24,000 OFFICES IN AMWERCA. LE SERVICE TO ALL THE WORLD.
Tind Company TRANSrTBS and DEIJVEBmessages lsminyg its llablity. which eave been ssented to by thesenderof. thfonlowing meage.3
Errors can be uard ajnost only by repenang aes Iiesenlng etaion for oompariaon and tle rampany willnoth oldItael viable for erorsr delays
hi ianmaslon or delivery otnre pea2 ed 0egs beo heamountotolUpaid thereon, nor m ay rcas where the lam la nOt present in wrlng wnhin Bm y da
ather the messaBe sed with he Company for tranamissio.
Thisis an UNKEPLATED EJ AOE, and Isdelisered by request of the sender, under the conditions named above
ROBERT C. CLOWRY, President and General Manager.


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It has also Direct C
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stations, making a total
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Telegraph Companies for all
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THE WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH COMPANY.
INCORPORATED
24, 1)O OFFICES IN AMERICA. CABLE SERVICE TO ALL THE WORLD.
This Company TRANSIrITS and DE KVKBr messagesonlyon ndidiouslimiting its liability, which have been assented to by thesender of the followingmessag.
Errors can be guared against only by repeating a message back to the sending saton for comparlson and tbe Company will notholdit elf able for errorsor delays
S tranmnisionor deiiveryvf Un repeated Messages beyond the amount of Uls paid tli.reon, nor in any case where the laim i nor present in writing wihin saxty days
f er the message is Jlea with the Comy for transmission.
This is an UNJEPEATED MESAG E, and is delivered by request of the sender, under the conditions named above.
ROBERT C. CLOWRY, President and General Manager.

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THE LARGEST TELEGRAPHIC
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Seven Atlantic Cables,
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