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Group Title: 2003 Addition: Correspondence and Miscellaneous Papers
Title: Incoming Telegrams - General
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THE WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH COMPANY.
S INCORPORATED
28,000 OFFICES IN AMERICA. CABLE SERVICE TO ALL THE WORLD.
TarmCompany 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 onlyby relating a message back to the sending station for comparison, and the Company willnothold itself orerrorsor delay
Transmission or delivery of Unrepeated messages, beyond the amount of tolls paid thereon, nor in any case where the claim is not i tinwithin days
after thmesm is filed with the Copany or transmission. y
This is an UNEPEATED MESAGE, and is delivered by request of the sender, under the conditions named above.


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THE WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH COMPANY.
INCORPORATED-
2t.000 OFFICES IN AMERICA. CABLE SERVICE TO ALL THE WORLD.
This Company .ANSIMTS and DELVES messages only on conditions limiting its liability, which have beenassented tobythesenderof the following memgaf
Errors canbe guarded against oly by repeating a message back to the sending station for comparison, and the Company willnotholditself liable for erroraor delay
l tranmnission or deliveryof Unrepeated Memsages, beyond the amount of tolls paid thereon, nor in any case where the claim isnotpresented i writing within dixty dy
after the mage is filed with the Company for transmission.
This is an UiEPEATED ESSAGE, and is delivered by request of the sender, under the conditions named above.
ROBERT C. CLOWRY, President and General Manager.

RECEIVED at Cor. Bay and Laura 8ts., Jacksonville, Fla.
TELEPHONES: 955, 2176.
123 MI R OM 46 Pail 11 Extra

Miami F1I Apl 18-08

Governor T.B.Broward, Care Joe Jennings at Hotel Aragon

Jacksonville Pie.

We insist on immediate action being taken on committees propes-
ition as it will be useless for us te make further effort unless
it is l*ne at ence. Wire us when to expert reply freo trustees.

R.T.Daniel, Chairman
T.L. Tewnley
Jno M. Tewnley
J.E.Lummus,

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THE LARGEST TELEGRAPHIC
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THE WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH COMPANY.
INCORPORATED '
24,000 OFFICES IN AMERICA. CABLE SERVICE TO ALL THE WORLD.
This Company TRANSMTS and DELIVES message! only on conditions limiting its liability, which have been assented to bythesenderof the following meaeag
rorcan be guarded against oilyby repeating message back to the sending station for comparison, and the Company willnethold itself liable for errors or deay
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after the ae is filed with the fortrmison.
This ia EPEATED and Is delivered byrequest of the sender, under the conditions named above.
ROBERT C. CLOWRY, President and General Manager.

RECEIVED at Cor. Bay and Laura Sts., Jacksonville, Fla.
TELEPHONES: 955, 2176.
2k FY RN 16 Paid 849 A*r

Tallahassee Pla Apr 19-o8
GoT N B Breward
Aragon Hotel

Jaoksonville Fla

Best wishes forin en your birthday sorry you cant be hmne baby

better family well

Mrs N B Breward


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Cables to the Sandwich Islands, Honolulu,
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The Western Union
Telegraph Company

THE LARGEST TELEGRAPHIC
SYSTEM IN THE WORLD.
OVwR ONE MILLION MILES
OF WIRE IN THE UNITED STATES
AND CANADA.

It has over 24,000 Telegraph
Offices, including Branch Offices.
It has also Direct Connection
by Telegraph or Telephone with as
many more remote and smaller
stations, making a total list of
over 50,000 in the United States,
Canada and Mexico, and this num-
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Seven Atlantic Cables,
Connecting North America with all points
In Europe and byond, including Two
Cables of the American Telegraph and
Cable Company, Four Cables of the Anglo-
American Telegraph Company, aod One
Cable of the Direct United States Cable Co.
Direct Wires to Galveston, Tezas, con-
necting at that place with th, Cables of the
Mexican, the Central and South American
Telegraph Companies for all points in


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oTHE WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH COMPANY.
S-- INCORPORATED-
24,000 OFFICES IN AMERICA. CABLE SERVICE TO ALL THE WORLD.
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Errors can b agait only by relating a m a back to the sending station for comparison, and the Company will not hold itself liable.for errors or delays
in transmission livy sages,yod the amount of paid thereon, nor many case where elaim s not presented in wri _within sixty days
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The Western Union

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THE LARGEST TELEGRAPHIC
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OVER ONE MILLION MILES
OF WIRE IN THE UNITED STATES
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by Telegraph or Telephont
many more remote and
stations, making a total
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Canada and Mexico, and 1
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Connecting North America wit
in Europe and beyond, inclu
Cables of the American Tel
S Cable Company, Four Cables of
American Telegraph Company
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necting at that place with the C
Mexican, the Central and Souta
Telegraph Companies for all
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(I Cuba, connecting at that place
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THE WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH COMPANY.
INCORPORATED
24,000 OFFICES IN AMERICA. CABLE SERVICE TO ALL THE WORLD.
This Company TRANSMITS and DELIVERS messages only on conditions limiting its liability, which have been assented to by thesenderof following message
Errors can be guarded against only by repeating a message back to the sending station for comparison, and the Company will nothold orr delays
n transmission or delivery of Unrepeated Messages, beyond the amount of tolls paid thereon, nor in any case where the claim is not in writing sixty dara
after the meinage is filed with the Company for transmission.
This i an UNEPEATED MESSAGE, and is delivered by request of the sender, under the conditions named above.
ROBERT C. CLOWRY, President and General Manager.

RECEIVED at


115 AJV'T 17Paid 448P

Jacksonville P'lo May 2

Gov N 8, Broward
Care Hon A.J. Knight
Tampa Florida

W11i take train ninety nine Sunday evening for Wt Lauderdale

hope to s ee you between New Smyrna and Titusville


,Ed Packard








S The Western Union

" Telegraph Company

THE LARGEST TELEGRAPHIC
, SYSTEM IN THE WORLD.
OVER ONE MILLION MILES
S OF WIRE IN THE UNITED STATES
AND CANADA.

It has over 24,000 1
S Offices, including Branch
It has also Direct Ct
by Telegraph or Telephon
many more remote and
stations, making a tota
over 50,000 in the Uniteu
Canada and Mexico, and t
b her is rapidly increasing.


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Connecting North America wit
S In Europe and beyond, inclu
Cables of the American Tele
S Cable Company,four Cables of
American Telegraph Compan3
- Cable of the Direct United State
Direct Wires to Galveston,
necting at thatiplace with the C
Mexican, the Central and South
Telegraph Companies for all


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Offices.
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ama Telegraph Companies for all points
in the West Indies.
Connects at San Francsco with Paciffa
Cables to the Sandwich Islands, Honolulu,
Guam, the Philippines, China, Japan, etc.,
and at Victoria, B. C., with Pacific Cable
to Australia and New Zealand. 0
Connects at Seattle, Wash., N,.
with U. S. Government Lines -
(1 and Cables to and in Alaska. w. u.T. co. OTHER CO.'
Exclusive connection with the Great 24,634 4,868
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(W Domestic and Foreign Money Orders by Telegraph and Cable


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Form 168
THE WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH COMPANY.
INCOMPORAT----
24,000 OFFICES IN AMERICA. CABLE SERVICE TO ALL THE WORLD.
This Company TRANSITS and DELIVERS messages only on conditions limiting its liability, which have been assented to by the sender of the followingmesag
Errors can be guarded against only by relating a message back to the sending station for comparison and the Company will nothold itself liable for errors or delay
transmission or delivery of repeated Messages, beyond the amount of tolls paid thereon, nor m any case where the claims not presented in writing within sixty daya
ter the message is filed with the Company for transmission.
This is an IMEPEFATED MESSAGE, and is delivered by request of the sender, under the conditions named above.
ROBERT C. CLOWRY, President and General Manager.

RECEIVED at

111. C. Kl. 14Paid 440P

,Tacksonville florida May 2

(Gow N. f.Broward'
Care Hon A J Knight

Tampa florida

Advertised and arranged for Titusville New bmyrna and Daytona

ivionday will wire balance to Titusville
4 T G Grawford








The Western Union

H Telegraph Company

THE LARGEST TELEGRAPHIC
0 SYSTEM IN THE WORLD.
OVER ONE MILLION MILES
S OF WIRE IN THE UNITED STATES
AND CANADA.

It has over 24,000
S Offices, including Branch
It has also Direct Ci
by Teleoraoh or Teleohoni


Telegraph
Offices.
connection
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Stations, making a total list of x
S over 50,000 in the United States,
Canada and Mexico, and this num- u
0 her is rapidly increasing.
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Seven Atlantic Cables, jM
Connecting North America with all points L
in Europe and beyond, including Two
Cables of the American Telegraph and -
Cable Company, Four Cables of the Anglo-
American Telegraph Company, and One d
Cable of the Direct United States Cable Co. W
ff Direct Wires to Galveston, Texas, con- o
necting at that place with the Cables of the 4
Mexican, the Central and South American W
Telegraph Companies for all points In o
Mexico and Central and South America.
Direct Wires and Cables to Havana,
1 Cuba, connecting at that place with the
Cuba Submarine and West India and Pan-
S ama Telegraph Companies for all points
X in the West Indies.
Connects at San Franclsco with Pacific
Cables to the SandwichIslands, Honolulu,
Guam, the Philippines, China, Japan, etc.,
0 and at Victoria, B. C., with Paelfl Cable
to Austrafla and New Zealand.
ConnhQ~ at Seattle, Wash.,
with U.S. Government Lines -
S and Cables to'and in Alaska. w. u. T. CO. OTHER cos.'
Exclusive connection with the Great 24,634 4,868
WI North-Western Telegraph Co. of Canada. O""CES. OFFICES.

() Domestic and Foreign Money Orders by Telegraph and Cable




Form 168
THE WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH COMPANY.
---------INCORPORATED
24,000 OFFICES IN AMERICA. CABLE SERVICE TO ALL THE WORLD.
This Company TRANSMITS and DELIVERS messages only on conditions limiting its liability, which have been assented to by the senderof the following message.
Errors can be guarded against only by repeating a message back to the sending station for comparison, and the Company willnothold itself liable for errors or delays
in transmission or delivery of Unrepeated Me.sages, beyond the amount of tolls paid thereon, nor in any case where the claim is not presented in writing within sixty 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.
S; ~ROBERT C. CLOWRY, President and General Manager.

R E CE IVE D at Cor. Bay and Laura Sts., Jacksonville, Fla.
TELEPHONES: 965, 2176.


6 K I RN 10 Padl 1153 .A

allahassee Pla Apr 11-e8

Sro N B Broward
Aragon Hotel
Jacksonvillle la

Paily well sent letter for you important addressed 4r Brown

ras Broward


MONEY TRANSFERRED BY TELEGRAPH.


ALWAYS OPEN.


CABLE OFFICE.







' The Western Union
* Telegraph Company

STHE LARGEST TELEGRAPHIC
SYSTEM IN THE WORLD.
OVER ONE MILLION MILES
I O WIRE IN THE UNITED STATES
AND CANADA.

It has over 24,000
S Offices, including Branch
It has also Direct C
by Telegraph or Telephon
many more remote and
stations, making a total
S over 50,000 in the Unite
Canada and Mexico, and
b er is rapidly increasing.

Seven Atlantic C
Connecting North America wil
[W in Europe and beyond, inclu
Cables of the American Tel
f Cable Company, Four Cables o:
American Telegraph Compan
Cable of the Direct United Stat
Direct Wires to Galveston,
necting at that place with the C
Mexican, the Central and Soutl
Telegraph Companies for al


Telegraph
Offices.
connection
e with as
smaller
I list of
d States,
this num-


ables,
th all points
hiding Two
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Sthe Anglo-
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Texas, con-
,ables of the
h American
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Cuba Submarine and West India and Pan-
S ama Telegraph Companies for all points n
in the West Indies.
S Connects at San Francisco with Pacific r
Cables to the Sandwich Islands, Honolulu,
Guam, the Philippines, China, Japan, etc.,
O and at Victoria, B.C., with- Pacific Cable
to Australia and New Zealand. l
Connects at Seattle, Wash., I a
with U. S. Government Lines a-- "j
jj and Cables*to and in Alaska. w. u. T. co. OTHER COS.'
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Form No. 168. M. T.
THE WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH COMPANY.
INCORPORATED
24,000 OFFICES IN AMERICA. CABLE SERVICE TO ALL THE WORLD.
ThisCompanyTRANSMITS andDELIVERS messages only onconditions limiting its liability,whiaveen assented to bythe senderof the following message.
Errors can be guarded against only byrepeating a message back to the sending station for comparison n many wil not hold itself liable for errors or delay
In transmission or delivery of Unrepeated Messages, beyond the amount of tolls paid thereon, nor / y prthe claims not presented in writing within sixty
days after the message is filed with the Company for transmission.
Thirisan UNREPEATED MESSAGE, and is delivered by request of the sender, under th ndition e above.
ROBERT C. CLOWRY, President and eral manager.

RECEIVED at



19-C-BY-36-paid. Govt Rate.

Ft-Myers Fli April llth, 1908.


Gov Broward,


Ocala, Flo.
Have written you two letters
Jacksonville next monday if not


ef boat have completed work


but no reply can you meet me

wire instructions as to diapesal


but boat in OKeechobee


Wrigh t.


Mp~E~~TRAN8FERRED BY TELECRAPH. CABLE OFFICE.


CABLE OFFICE.


N"AUTRANSFERRERDe BYP TELE.CRAPH.










The Western Union

1( Telegraph Company

THE LARGEST TELEGRAPHIC
0 SYSTEM IN THE WORLD. _
OVER ONE MILLION MILES
OF WIRE IN THE UNITED STATES
AND CANADA.

It has over 24,000 1
S Offices, including Branch
It has also Direct Ct
by Telegraph or Telephon
many more remote and
stations, making a tota
Q* over 50,000 in the Unitet
Canada and Mexico, and I
O ber is rapidly increasing.


Seven Atlantic Ca
Connecting North America wit
in Europe and beyond, inclu
Cables of the American Tele
Cable Company, Four Cables of
American Telegraph Compan
- Cable of the Direct United State
j) Direct Wires to Galveston,
V .4 -_A *_ -l .At .-<- __-..-t t /*L


Telegraph
Offices.
connection
e with as
smaller
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d States,
this num-



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h all points
ding- Two
graph and
the Anglo-
r, and One
s Cable Co.
Texas, con-
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neCting art tat place with IU CaDles oi the
Mexican, the Central and South.American
Telegraph Companies for all points In
Mexico and Central and South America.
Direct Wires and Cables to Havana,
Cuba, connecting at that place with the
Cuba Submarine and West India and Pan-
ama Telegraph Companies for all points
in the West Indies.
Connects at San Francisco with Pacific
Cables to the Sandwich Islands, Honolulu,
Guam, the Philippines, China, Japan, etc.,
and at Victoria, B. C., with Pacific Cable
to Australia and New Zealand.
Connects at Seattle, Wash.,
with U. S. Government Lines
and Cables to and in Alaska. w.
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THE WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH COMPANY.
-- INCORPORATED
i 23,000 OFFICES IN AMERICA. CABLE SERVICE TO ALL THE WORLD.
'Sif Company TRANSMITS and DELIVERS messages only on conditions limiting its liability, which have been assented to by the senderof the following message
LEors can be guarded against only by repeating a message back to the sending station for comparison, and the Company will not hold itself liable for errors or delays
hi nalsmissaon or delivery of Unrepeated Messages, beyond the amount of tolls paid thereon, nor m any case where the claim is not presented in writing within sixty dayt
al~ te m ae is filed with the Company for transmission.
Thf i an UNEPEATED MESSAGE, and is delivered by request of the sender, under the conditions named above.
ROBERT C. CLOWRY, President and General Manager.

RECEIVED at


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Jacklsonville, Flo 1/29/08

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Kiss- F1lo

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Form 1.
THE WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH COMPANY.
INCORPORATED
24,000 OFFICES IN AMERICA. CABLE SERVICE TO ALL THE WORLD.
This Company TRANSMITS and DELIVERS messages only on conditions limiting its liability, which have been assented to by the senderof the following message.
Errors can be guarded against only by repeating a message back to the sending station for comparison, and the Company will not hold itself liable for errors or delays
In transmission or deliveryof Unrepeated Messages, beyond the amount of tolls paid thereon, nor m any case where the claim is not presented in writing within sixty 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.
SROBERT C. CLOWRY, President a f.ner'al Manager.
Y 'D BY CHECK


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The Western Union-

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THE LARGEST TELEGRAPIIC
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OVER ONE MILLION MILES
W OF WIRE IN THE UNITED STATES
AND CANADA.

It has over 24,000 T
Offices, including Branch
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many more remote and
stations, making a total
over 50,000 in the United
Canada and Mexico, and t
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Seven Atlantic Ca
Connecting North America witt
In Europe lnd i.yoi-. LncluC
Cables of the American Telel
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American Telegraph Company
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with as
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Telegraph Companies for all points in x
Mexico and Central and South America.
Direct Wires and Cables to Havana,
Cuba, connecting at that place with the
Cuba Submarine and West India and Pan-
ama Telegraph Companies for all points
in the West Indies.
Connects at San Francisco with Pacific
S Cables to the Sandwich Islands, Honolulu,
S Guam, the Philippines, China, Japan, etc.,
S and at Victoria, B. C., with Pacifle Cable
to Australia and New Zealand,
Connects at Seattle, Wash.,
with U. S. Government Lines
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To N.B .Sroward,

Sanford Flo.

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Form 1.
THE WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH COMPANY.
INCORPORATED-
24,000 OFFICES IN AMERICA. CABLE SERVICE TO ALL THE WORLD.
This Company TRANSMITS and DELIVERS messages on limiting its liability, which have been assented to by the sender of the following message.
Errors can be guarded against only by repeating a message ba ing station Ji mmparison. and the Company will not hold itself liable for errors or delays
in transmission or delivery of Unrepeated Messages, beyond the ounton, nor in any case where the claim is not presented in writing within sixty days
after the message is filed with the Company for transmission.
'Chis is an UNREPEATED MESSAGE, and is delivered of the sender, under the conditions named above.
ROBE R LOWRY, President'and General Manager.


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The Western Union

Telegraph Company

THE LARGEST TELEGRAPHIC
O SYSTEM IN THE WORLD.
OVER -ONE MILLION MILES
U OF WIRE IN THE UNITED STATES
AND CANADA.
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It has over 24,000 1
Offices, including Branch
It has also Direct C
by Telegraph or Telephoni
many more remote and
stations, making a tota
over 50,000 in the Unitec
Canada and Mexico, and t
OQ : ber is rapidly increasing.


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Connecting North America wit
U n Europe and beyond, inclu,
Cables of the American Tele
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American Telegraph Company
Cable of the Direct United State
Direct Wires to Galveston, '
necting at that place with the C
Mexican, the Central and South
Telegraph Companies for all
Mexico and Central and Soutt
Direct Wires and Cables tc
W Cuba, connecting at that place
Cuba Submarine and West Indi3
ama Telegraph Companies for
in the West Indies.
Connects at San Francisco w
Cables to the Sandwich Islands,
Guam, the Philippines, China, J
and at Victoria, B. C., with Pac
to Australia and New Zealand.
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